17 Burst results for "Andy Answer"

"andy answer" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

04:07 min | 2 months ago

"andy answer" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"Dear Andy I used to be a real heavy metal fan. My walls were covered with pictures of led Zeppelin Kiss and deep purple. I'm nineteen years old and maybe metal has passed me by but I can't seem to get off on any of the music anymore. Sure I still by the new kiss and purple albums and I like some of the stuff that Iron Maiden Judas priest have done recently. But so much of what's happening in mental today seems like nothing more than six theatricality to me. The atch goal it T- theatrical. You're on your own on this one. Seems like nothing more than sick theatricality, the ads for cal that's what it is. Okay. The Ashra Keleti. What's the story with black metal? Those guys can't be as weird as they seem. and. What about all this wimp rock like Bon Jovi posing as metal The great metal gone. That's from Mike are in Miami. And Andy Answers. He says, the fact is that the great metal bands haven't gone anywhere not only are legendary units like Purple Kiss and pre still cranking out quality product but younger bands like Queen's Reich Metallica undocking have come along to carry the metal gauntlet to new heights. You don't like black metal don't listen to it. You think Bon. Jovi's a WIMP don't buy his album just remember that four million people have already bought it. Maybe you have lent metal pass you by it sounds like you're just a little bit jaded to me. Everybody's got their different flavors, but it's interesting to look back at a time when you know somebody saying what's the story with black metal like it's something new like this is mayhem time you know people are just kind of hearing about it. Yeah. But there was not going to be a mainstream success for black metal no probably not. I love this next page man, it's a full page advertisement for the suicidal tendencies. The second invasion has begun to join the army on l., P. Cassette, and CD. Who what awesome artwork is that this inspired me is like I used to have this when I was younger but I don't have it now, and when I was going through this magazine looking at the pictures I was like you know what I'm going to go on Ebay and see if I can find it I ended up ordering too old school suicidal tendencies CD's. Let's go I love the artwork on that one might get that full back Tattoo. You'RE GONNA. Get that as a tattoo. Yeah. That'd be awesome. A-. Know what your wife's going to say how she's GonNa love it oh. Yeah. then. We gotTA article while Molly crew behind the scenes. Let's see. Oh boy. Oh boy this is the time when everybody molly crews do drugs but they're all saying they're not doing drugs. Vince Neil's especially knossos be doing drugs molly crew behind the scenes West Coast Wild Men put the pedal to with girls girls girls. I decided to do it because I was impressed with the list of other guys who done it Vince Neal said softly across the lunch table in Malibu. Dresses sleeveless black leather top and matching pants Motley so-called bad boy frontman was attempting to explain exactly why he agreed to be one of the several heavy metal stars featured in a thirty second public service announcement for rock against. An ongoing effort to combat drug abuse. Has More of a condition of probation. Yeah. I think so too says, I. Knew Johnny Bon Jovi was doing it. And I heard about Gene Simmons Andy Taylor do riot guys like that. Nursing, some recent dental work vince sipped ice tea and carefully spoon down some. Clam chowder. At intimation that this recent volunteer effort was part of the required two hundred hours of community service that when with his two point, six, million, and thirty.

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"andy answer" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

The MFCEO Project

10:32 min | 1 year ago

"andy answer" Discussed on The MFCEO Project

"Husbands Crappy fathers but something happened and they made a change and I know a guy that that like made a massive change his life he died a year later of of pancreatic cancer and I was talking about that with somebody and they were like Oh man. That's a bummer that he only lived one year the way he was supposed to live all along and I said Yeah Yeah but here's what's kind of amazing. If you would have asked his son who I was really good friends with he says the only thing he remembers about his dad was that one good a year like like all the previous years where raced because of all the good that he didn't that one years so what what I the way I apply to business so huge it is huge and people people need to realize that time is like I said not all not all days are equal in the hands of God. I mean God God can do amazing things in one day that would have normally taken a whole year or even a whole lifetime in the same way people need to press forward and overcome this fear that you know that they're running out of time because as you well know you can labor for fifteen years in business and all of a sudden within the space of six weeks eight weeks make ridiculous amounts of money because everything finally comes to exactly you know that's what people I think. We talked about this a few weeks ago. That's that's what people don't understand about. The compound effect of creating skill sets right right when I say like when I say and we have to be careful as as people that other people look look to for advice. I talked to Gary v about this all the time you know it's very hard for us to say information and for everybody to understand the context you saying that so when I say dude I folk and Grind Hi my ass off for fifteen years ten years with barely any pay Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah people can get discouraged by that but what you have to realize realizes that was in a different era that was in the era of zero social media zero zero useful Internet. Email wasn't really really a huge thing. Tax Messaging wasn't a huge thing. You certainly couldn't fucking communicate the way we communicate today so all of those things collapsed the timeframe so when I say ten for you it might before right right you guys are in this position and here's what the other thing that nobody really ever talks about. Which is the truth in the beginning. You don't know Shit. You have shift for money. You got shit for brains. You got shipped for product. Your your shit. That's reality we all start there but what happens over the course of time we develop skills. Our products get better. Our connections get get better our ability to have resources and reinvest in our company becomes a thing then what happens is since you started with zero it might like for me. It took me ten years to get the ball moving all right but once I got the ball move in and I started to get some income and I started to have some relationships ice shifts like the ones I mentioned before now all of a sudden I'm able to do what took me ten years in one year right now. I'm able to do this dude. I I make more money more money in a fucking month now than my company sold in the first ten fucking years not made into ten years sold within a ten years right people understand. I probably make yeah for sure to mud. That's what people don't understand. Okay your progress is going to accelerate with your growth of skills and resources and connections so you win. This is this is. This is real shit. This is why people fail because they don't want they pay that price for five six years right and they finally get to where they're making sixty seventy one hundred thousand dollars and they're like fuck. This is how hard it is. How hard is it going to be to make a million dollars and so even though they're making a hundred thousand they think the same way they thought on day one when they were making a dollar right there like dude this go take me another five appears to get to two hundred thousand right dude. I think that kills more fucking ambition and more success than any other thing absolutely people not understanding standing that your efforts compound and your your your investments compound even your time investments your money your connection investments the investments you making in your team that shit compounds and when it all comes together man it creates this whirlwind of machine okay but multiple quit before they get there. Yeah that's just the truth absolutely and I listen. I don't WanNa pick on your front but I think there's another aspect of this. That is that it's Kinda messed. You always say that early on in your business when things were going meanwhile you and Chris sat down and you said you know what what if we what if we never make any money off of this right and you said okay conversation still want to do it so I what I perceive even him. Is this this this idea that once he starts making the big money he's GonNa be happy now but you know what I'm saying talked about the okay and I told them I said Tony. I said when you first started when you first started doing your peppers because dude it was a one man show he started four years ago. Okay that that'd be. We're a twenty one years so that would be what eighteen years for me seventeen years okay where I I saw him doing his peppers. You know what what I was doing. You know what both of us were doing. We were working bodybuilding show at a table all right so I'm talking to him and he's like dude. You're right right. I gotta get back to basics and I'm like Tony. It isn't anything more than the basics. That's where people fuck it up. It is the basics set you know where I met him. Amendment of fucking bodybuilding show where he's sampling peppers and I'm sampling protein shakes seventeen years into my fucking company right you see what I'm saying right like all you mother fuckers out there. You think Oh dude. Andy's just as rich dude who fucking list is a trap music and takes picture of fucking cars. No I still go to fucking events still do those tastings. I still do that shit that I did back in fucking one thousand nine hundred nine. You guys just don't see it. You know what I'm saying right right and so what these people don't understand is that the basics are the business. It's not I gotta get back to the basics when you get away from the basics when you get off track but I was talking to him. Exactly what I said exactly what you just said. I said this is why I said I said Tony when you go due to tastings listings on a Saturday when everybody else is watching football and all your buddies or drink and beer 'cause he lost notre dame football when everybody's doing that stuff and you work to events say to tastings for two hours each and you talk to one hundred different people that day. How do you feel when you got done. He's like dude. I feel like the million bucks and I said that's because the work makes you happy. That's yourself saying absolutely dude. The happiest I am is after the hardest I work work. It's just the way it is and it's so counter to the way people wanna live because they're taught dude kick back. Dude take it easy man man. You need to relax quit. Take Shit so serious and you know what maybe they are a little bit right. Maybe you should just assume that. If you keep doing the work you're going to be where you I wanna be because that's the truth so maybe you should just relax. How would you feel stress wise. If you knew that you would be where you WanNa be twenty years from now you feel good. You'd have less stress and I'm telling you the way to be happy while you're doing it is to take pride in the daily work that you do and look at other mother fuckers. who were? I'm doing the shit that you quote. Unquote are supposed to be doing like sitting on a couch Saturday eating a fucking Papa John's pizza drinking a fucking budweiser like the whole all society. We'll tell you all do that right. They go to be dubs. They get a fucking beer. They Watch TV on the big screen. They grunt their men right. No motherfuckers curse men are the dudes who pass that shit up to provide for their families and the people that care about and create jobs and create the shit okay. That's men boys are the ones that go do all that Shit. I'm not saying you can't do it once in a while. I'm just saying if you're if you're going to build your happiness something building on something that actually makes you happy not on something that society says is supposed to make you happy agree one hundred percent up that might motherfuckers there fuckers guys as so often happens. This is not even close to what we originally had planned. We had some notes and such but you know the Holy Spirit Spirit led a different direction insured and I just want to recap because that's what I do really. We ended up on the way I would sum it up. We ended up talking about fear fear that you don't have what it takes and and you need validation. Andy says you don't need validation. You got what it takes. You just need to put it into action. Secondly the fear that you're running out of time don't think that way think of time as relevant think of it as compounding as I said all not all days are equal in the hands of God so just trust to put in the effort and the the crop the result will common then finally I would say the fear of basically there's some magical formula or secret sauce that you don't know. Andy's answer is no oh. It's the basics back to the basics you stick with the basics and you'll be the best in the business. Basically that's right so I I the only other thing I have to attend to and the fourth point is be cognizant of how your success is going to accelerate. Don't think that because it took you five years or seven years to get an eighty thousand dollar position in your career that you're not going to get to a two hundred eighty thousand dollar position the next four because right now you're more skilled you're more connected more resources and you have to understand that with the society that we live in and how fast it can be for us to communicate that timeframe can collapse collapse so your parents are going. You're going to say no. I'm going to build a million dollar business and you sold ten thousand dollars this month. I'm going to build a ten million dollar business and you saw ten thousand dollars.

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"andy answer" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

NBC Meet the Press

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"andy answer" Discussed on NBC Meet the Press

"Seems to say this is what he tweets and i'm curious if you take him at his word he seems to say that if democrats will agree to his changes any asylum laws that he'll perhaps you know move on this issue democrats must change the loophole in asylum laws but they probably won't they want open borders which means massive crime and drugs is there changes city asylum law that he wants that you would agree to well let's get rid of the mets at the democrats were arguing for open borders wide we've supported a border security and that's just a that's a red herring thrown in there a but they've changed they want is to get rid of the flora's settlement agreement that says you can only lockup children for three days and you need to move them into a state license childcare facility sillier into a home there is no way under any set of conditions that democrats are going to support indefinite locked up of children we know from all the child experts at this does traumatic injury that trauma is can be have a lifelong affects a it is a horrific strategy on the part of the part of the administration andy answer on that is absolutely not for us in fact needs to be applied to the influx facilities like homestead where it's not being applied current round and so we need to expand that application not eliminated i look at it feels as if warren this stalemate here where he's the press and if the president's not gonna budgen this congressional republicans are likely not gonna move they would move if he's willing to move we we've seen that politically in some other issues i walk me through how this is going to how could we x how do you fix this how dx but i just i it just seems to me were in a cul de sac here well we are trapped were trapped between a philosophy that says let's discourage immigration by mistreating refugees an argument that let's be a country as we have often been the treats migrants migrants and refugees worth respect it doesn't mean that they're able to stay i mean it's very hard to go through this process so most applicants are are turned down but there's no reason to miss treat individuals as they're waiting in asylum hearing i i don't know how we can get that core change unless we have some real leadership from republicans inside congress who say enough is enough i want you to get you to respond something the jay johnson the last a present obama's secretary homeland security wrote today in the washington post and here's one part of it he said we cannot as some democratic candidates for president now proposed publicly embrace of policy to not deport those who enter remain in this country illegally unless they commit a crime this is tantamount to a public declaration repeated.

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"andy answer" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"andy answer" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

"But right now, I think the ACC isn't a bad place. Right. Hot takes. I host a podcast called sports wars. I need some stores in the where we go in next next. Let's stay in that general region. So last year, South Carolina went through the middle part of their schedule. So like late September or October early November, whatever five games there. They play not the best not the worst teams on their schedule. So this was not early season dumping. This was not Clemson lates who actually played pretty well against and each of those games on average was decided by field goal something like three point one or three point two points. And we used to refer to them as are we did refer to them as they were like the most competitive team they were in so many games lates. We were like, well, they're not going away. And they're not really good enough to put away these teams that are pretty good. So they're just competitive and these were decent enough teams marine Florida teams like that. So this year when you look ahead, and I think by the way, the net points per drive scored and allowed like netted outs point. Oh to it worked out, really really well, South Carolina. So when you look at the twenty nineteen. Season who strikes you in this. I guess is in the same vein as the most average coach. But who is the team that they're they're pretty good? They're just not pretty or good. They're just they're aggressively competent and competitive. I think the answer's Iowa. They're going to be in every game. Really strong line coming back on both sides. Okay. Nate Stanley lose two tight ends. But Nate Stanley Glenn love, we love. I think the answer's Iowa here. It's pretty good. I think it's north western. I both went big ten. We're going big ten. I think Missouri is an interesting answer. Yeah. I think they're especially they gave Georgia trouble last year. A game at half time. I don't know of anybody that I would take right now. Cal's a half team. I don't like taking a half team like the defense to keep a minute. But their offense is gonna start to keep him out of bunch of games. They were two lopsided last year. They do they'd win a game fifteen to ten, but then they lose a game like thirty seven to seven. So I'm not I'm not down with Cal there in the big twelve. I I think man, I always states had some blowouts, but I think they are they have gotten to a point where it's going to be hard to comfortably beat Iowa State. We saw Oklahoma struggle these past couple years going one in one last Kim Butler had his way with some some Oklahoma DB's. So I think I was state's a pretty good answer there that they're just aggressively competent, which like we mentioned earlier step in the perfect direction for the loans. I think it's the Nate the Nate Stanley thing I'm gonna load a list upright now. But I was talking about this with our pal Andy Staples before we did. The sl live draft night party thing that we did for the during the first round who is twenty twenty Daniel Jones who is the quarterback. Why do you keep bringing up Daniel Jones? Sorry. I know you're are you are you still a giants fan barely. Okay. Who is the twenty twenty quarterback that college fans will look at is like that guy. Re this him who is that guy. Man. I'll give you know, Andy's answer was who fully by Franks. Oh, man. That's a good egg arm. Great physical tools athletic. I think Nate Stanley's on the list man, who I think somebody could talk themselves into because I love Jake from. I've liked him since day one. Right. I think people are going Jacobson Easson Isa's one that jumps out at me heats. He jumps out at like he's going to make some wild throws. If he wins the starting job if starter he'll make some crazy throes and he'll finish seven. It'll be the seventh or eighth most efficient Pac twelve qarterback in somebody's gonna talk themselves into Jacobson because the measurable z- Nate Stanley. I think is that conversation. I think is pretty good. I just wouldn't take them in the first round. I guess right now from picking Jake e Sohn. Is interesting to me. Oh, man. I need my time with this one though will Brian Lewinsky looking at his officiency metrics from twenty seventeen you can't can't shine twenty eighteen though. Daniel Jones there for a long.

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"andy answer" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:30 min | 1 year ago

"andy answer" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Sports. Andy meser crazy game crazy and the foul. Four game between Virginia and Auber. Virginia gets the win sixty three sixty two Virginia was down two points with point six seconds ago. Guys, three point attempt at the buzzer, did not go Aubert thought it had the win. But a foul is called on a play with just six tenths of a second left to guy goes to the free throw line sakes. All three the free throws turning to point deficit into a one point win. And now a chance at the national titles. The Cavaliers we'll take on Texas Tech after the red raiders held Michigan state just thirty two percent shooting. Any sixty one fifty one win over the Spartans. Title game, tomorrow, Virginia and Texas Tech. Both teams going to the championship game for the first time in school history. White Sox lose out here at guarantee Redfield yesterday ninety two Abreo where the home run. Also, Tim Anderson with a whole running back to back games. Now Hilo Jimenez with his first three hit game not enough as the Mariners us three long balls to beat them. Ninety two file gave the series today. Nova against the block. I'll have your pre game at twelve thirty five one ten is the first pitch with DJ right here on WGN Cup snap their six game losing streak. They win in a slugfest fourteen to eight over the brewers, Jason Heyward. Couple of home runs house three on the season hobby with a home run as well. Carl Edwards junior option to triple eight before that game started and the series finale will take place today, and they'll walk you being finale is that was the last Blackhawks game last night five two loss over Nashville now no playoffs for the second straight season. They did finish about the five hundred thirty six thirty four and twelve but what an individual season for Patrick Kane career high. Sixty six career high points one hundred and ten he is one of just four American born players to ever reach one hundred and ten points in a single season in the NHL of your the Blackhawks right now this morning, you're waking up season's over. What are the main things that you're thinking about for next year right now, they're going to they're going to the United Center today to clean out lockers and have exit interviews and things of that nature. But if you had one thing it's defense. It was very very few games where it was not obvious that the hawks needed some some help on defense. You can only do so much as a goaltender if there's guys camping out right in front of your net and screening you kidding free shots. So it's one of those things I think they'll have to look at the AUSSIE whether or not they can upgrade their defense in the blue one. But that's just me. That's your question. I just wanted to get your on that. That's what the biggest thing was this year. It was it was always. But I mean even national last night got off fifty shots on camera. You stop forty five. You can't blame the guy for. Getting peppered with shots at shouldn't be going through because good defenses will block those shots or not even give the other team an opportunity to get the puck to the net agree with all that twenty. Oh, I think it's fine. Taking note seven premium on that. I know I've been calling hockey puck for years. I thought Andy's answering was quite substantive as a matter of fact, yes, I've heard hockey puck and other things that we can't say on the air over the. Yes, that's a good point. Right. Okay. I'm not sure where to go from there. But let's go from hockey pucks to another basketball situation with the bulls lose at home last night to the Sixers won sixteen to ninety six. I'm live guaranteed rate field on the home of the Blackhawks doorbuster Wildcats and White Sox baseball, Andy baiser, WGN sports, WGN traffic..

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"andy answer" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"andy answer" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"I I must have lost some wearing a fedora and having my guys stolen out from under me Marlon MAC, Eck Eck sky. Yeah. And you know, what really for me, it's not is not necessarily the running back. I want to situation I want Andrew luck as the quarterback. And I want in offense of line that is back. They are full of young budding superstars last year. Pro football, focus, had them graded out as the third best offensive line football, outsiders had them graded out as the fourth best rushing offense of line. And that's what I want. I think that they're his role Marla max role is secure enough at the top. He gave you enough big games gave the colts. I should say enough big games that they don't need to be in the levian bell hunt. They don't need to throw a huge dumpster full of gold bullion and live bell. They're good and the guys behind him Naim Hines, Jordan Wilkins aren't good enough to supplant mar the MAC so his he is in a great situation coming into next year, and I'm going to be very excited for him. And we're talking way way too early ADP over on fantasy football calculator. But right now, he's in the back of the fourth round going behind Derrick Henry going behind. Let's see I'd probably take Freeman ahead of him. But they here's a interesting question for. For I'll throw this to Jason. Because I think we know Andy's answer Sony, Michelle or Marlin MAC, if Abby I'm sure you would take Sony, right? Marla MAC is takes if Marlowe amac is status quo that don't add or change anything. I think I would go with Marland MAC here because you'll be able to trust him when he's out there. I don't I don't like playing the trust game with Bill bell check. And and and you know, the New England backfield being said at the end of the year. I wouldn't be surprised if Sony Michelle score outscores right rather have had. Yeah. Because he gets the three touchdown games. And has these monster performances? But I think I'd rather have the consistency of MAC assuming he could play sixteen games. What about Philip Lindsey who right now on calculator is an early third round pick. Andy, would you go with Philip linzie or Marlin MAC? Yeah. That's a good question. I think I and we're we're not really factoring cost in right now. We're just saying the early ADP. People prefer Philip Lindsey. So I put them in the exact same area. I think they're they're about the same. It's funny. You brought up Philip Lindsey because he's going ahead of the guy that I have is my tear jump candidate. At least according to very early average opposition. And that's Joe mixing. That's crazy. I know Joe mixing lead the AFC in rushing yards last year with one thousand one hundred sixty eight yards. Look he was second highest breakaway percentage. I looked this up. Saquon was the only other running back with two hundred or more carries. They had a higher breakaway percentage. Higher proportion of his runs being fifteen yards or more mixing has fire. And you saw it on a team that struggled that lost a lot last year towards the games. Mix. Them was the one guy that was running hard. Just like he was in the first quarter. Look he finished the season by rushing for over one hundred yards and three of the last four games. And now you bring in Zack Taylor a new head coach new offense of system..

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"andy answer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"andy answer" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"The very end the last second. Okay. I joined field goal. I turned it on. There was a minute left. Chicago was a head Philadelphia. Had the ball. It was like third in thirty or something good. They had a great drive to pull ahead, really. And then the next thing in Philadelphia score and went oh my God. They're going to win this game. But then the bears had a minute left, but just under a minute left on the clock. And they went all the way down to the forty yard line forty second wherever it was. And this kid gets to kick kicks and the first one's good. But they called it back or something ice the kicker. They call timeout right before they snapped it. So he does the kick like it common tactic. You gotta expect that to happen. So he goes to kick it again. It's the upright and the crossbar and. Yeah. Listen to these. That's a heartbreaker for bears fans. You get it. Three end up the bears into blazing by one point sixteen to fifteen and then were you being facetious, Ricky, our producer over there when you said or was it you build they had to take him out of the stadium like incognito? So people wouldn't know. Absolutely. And it was no surprise if you saw. The internet has just ruthless because everybody immediately walking I must have seen fifteen in a row these lipid drunk doctors bears fans that just wanted this stuff. They said about this kid, oh, which is understandable in the heat of the moment. Right true. Then we find out about an hour and a half after the game. Some of the reporters are in the locker room, by the way. Cody parkey, the kicker this kid from Jupiter stood there in that locker room. Andy answered all the questions like a standup guy. Oh guts that takes. You didn't have you. Poor kid is a young. Yeah. He's a young guy. Okay. But we find out about an hour and a half after because some of the eagles players that said man, I don't blame him. I tipped it. Well, the players to handle that ball. Oh, sure enough. They look into like CSI forensic video zoom in on the thing. And sure enough it was tip. So if there's any saving grace for Cody parkey, it wasn't his fault. I just give the thing. I just really respected. He stood there. The team has said you don't have to answer questions. You don't have to listen, just go. You know, whatever in the locker room answer to that. Because I I feel bad. I thought I kicked a good ball. Brown hair down. There was tipped read it to the eagles full a great play. Well, we know we're going to hear from our sales manager today all day. Oh, it's early. All day. They'll be done before you know, it. Okay. Crazy is big big interview on sixty minutes. What you have to say crazy. Escort says she's still crazy. I'm sorry. Did she dance on camera? It's the burning question. We've got a next coming.

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"andy answer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:40 min | 2 years ago

"andy answer" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Your next tailgate just down the street here. Twenty eight to Pearl in boulder official brigade headquarters, how the Pablo's quickest side, by the way, Danny Jones, just won the national championship across country up in Wisconsin. And the buffaloes won the team title of the women's side. How about that? Congratulations to the program at Mark web more coach Andy answer as we get ready for the buffs at Utah tougher. What to watch for segue? Gary. What do you got something else? You want to drop me watch versus one physical football game. Runs. Ball comes elders. Whoever runs the ball. Best gonna win this football game. Whoever turns it off turns it over the most to lose the football game. But on another note for life in the middle or corporate challenge, you can go online and help both for life donate. We're looking for a thousand dollar donations. We've got a big corporate chase going on. Okay. Website. You want to set us to go for the bus for life dot com dot com get on there. And and to take a look at that. And help out the great group, that's helping alums right now handy. What do you watch energy energy energy? Let's go out on a high note in this last game coach wants a physical. I wanna see some energy. You guys have asked me all your what the sidelines like, let's let's just see the live playing football today. I want to see that. But for me, it's just match the physicality of Utah. They're the number one defense in the Pac twelve number one on first down the bus come out and play his physical as they do in this ball game and get a win on senior day the five hundred game in Folsom field history. You put a wrap up things here at Franklin field were heading down to the field of the surface of fulsome field. We're gonna get down there for our first segment the next hour, and we'll get you ready for that 1135 kick out between the buffs. This is Colorado football field. Here. This is a prescription..

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"andy answer" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"andy answer" Discussed on KGO 810

"John Batchelor show. I welcome Thaddeus McCotter WJR, the great voice of the Great Lakes and Andrew McCarthy of the national review online. We are in pursuit of a puzzle. The puzzle is now longer just Russia gate. The puzzle is also rod Rosenstein deputy attorney general of the United States these last days have created a significant number of questions that do not have answers at this moment to my understanding gentlemen, are very good evening to you since last. We spoke rod Rosenstein much in the news. Yes. For the ride on Air Force One. And the and the generous words by the president of the United States about a conversation with rod Rosenstein, but at the same time, the expectation was that this week, Mr. Rosenstein would be testifying to congress the judiciary committee about the events of may have 2017 much in the news since the revelation, the New York Times weeks passed that rod Rosenstein, joked, a remarked or mentioned in some fashion SP. Spoke of the twenty fifth amendment. And that in itself is surprising, given that it doesn't seem entirely logical that the deputy attorney general be speaking of an amendment to remove orch except for a an unfit president to step to the side. And also spoke of this is reported in the New York Times wearing a wire, which I think is Justice department and speak for using a listening device or in some way to ensnare a person's remarks that can be used against him in future in court and the New York Times reported that and it was at the time regarded as either ingest or speaking light of that is not no that is no longer the case. Because since then we we have a James Baker the chief counsel of the FBI testifying the to the judiciary committee that he believes that Mr. Rosenstein, spoke of this wire and spoke of the twenty fifth amendment more. Than once and to two people. It goes to report in the administration. So I come to you, Andy. I if I've got the timeline. Correct. So we get to this moment when rod Rosenstein expected to testify to the judiciary committee, not only will not appear so far, but also will not pass to the congress notes from that period of may of twenty seventeen to justify his remarks that he was not being serious. Good evening to you, Andy. Good evening, John. Well, I think that one of the things that is unrealistic about the reporting, John, or at least something that's being skipped over without more. Without the thought that it deserves is why Rosenstein was suggesting that the president behave recorded in terms of trying to make a decision about whether this is jocular whether there was something serious about it. Obviously. Rosenstein, did not want the president. Tape-recorded because he was trying to make a criminal case on the president. What the thought that was going through Rosenstein mind during those eight days when he was we know distraught because of the reaction, particularly if Democrats to the memorandum he wrote in support of the ultimate firing of of. FBI director, call me, what was going through his mind than was the potential that President Trump because there was a sort of a Radic performance because there were differing rationales offered to the public for why call me was fired because Rosenstein was being bitterly criticised what Rosenstein was talking about was gathering evidence to indicate that President Trump was unstable for purposes of ultimately supporting a twenty fifth amendment move. So the idea is they tape recording of the president and the discussion of the twenty fifty the twenty fifth amendment can't be separated or just aggregated. They're they're two parts of the same all the idea was that Rosenstein himself or others who were having meetings with Trump in the White House. We're going in there through Rosenstein mind record, the president not just so that they could have recordings of the president. It was in order to try to provoke conversations that would show he was unstable in order to get some momentum behind this whole twenty fifth amendment push. So the thought that this was a joke to me is really quite unrealistic. When you think about not only those two things the reporting and the twenty fifth amendment. But also the fact that this whole eight day period begins with Rosenstein, very distraught. Over the fact that he's being criticized over the call me memo and ends on may seventeenth with Rosenstein, not moving forward on the twenty fifth amendment appointing. Robert Muller at the special counsel biz nothing jocular about anything that happened in that eight day period. And again, I think it makes no sense to talk about. Out weather Rosenstein, mentioned tape-recording the president. Because I don't think there's any if Roe Rosenstein himself is admitting it, but claiming it was jocular that means there's so much evidence that had happened that he doesn't feel like he could deny it. So then you have to ask yourself. You must ask yourself. Why on earth would he be talking about that? And he was talking about it in the context of the twenty fifth amendment satis-. Maybe all all because of as you said before his reputation, correct? It's really about him. I really do believe so fatty it's and I think again we have to go back to that time frame. It's very easy. I always find in these situations. When you're looking back. It's hard to put yourself and to put our listeners in the framework of what was going on then versus what's going on now, but what was going on? Then if you recall is the Trump administration was trying still to get up and running it was trying to get its own appointees in place, which in large measure still has not happened at the Justice department. But I want to underscore at a time when it was very difficult for Trump nominees to get confirmed and get to work in the various agencies of the executive branch because there was so much resistance and opposition to Trump wide, Rosenstein. Confirmed by a vote of ninety four to six with overwhelming democratic support. And when he wrote the call me memo. He was bitterly criticized by Democrats, and I believe it was the first time in his life. Anything like that happened? And a lot of what happened in those eight days as reaction a distraught. Reaction to that criticism the puzzle here, Andy is this could all be cleared up with those contemporary notes that we're told exists the memo's Baker and page and McCabe are all professionals, and when they have a meetings with the department of Justice, especially a man who's putatively in charge of the department of Justice because the attorney general is recused himself from any of these matters that they would keep notes afterwards. Those notes are being sought by congress Rosenstein at at the reporting is that Rosenstein is not passing them to congress, nor Rosenstein, appearing I call upon your understanding the department of Justice defying the capital is this sustainable is this something that the Justice. Ken Ken to itself. Explain indefinitely. I think there's one person who can decide that John and that's the president. And and let me explain why I think that's so you're quite right that if all that information were put out that is all this this written work product. Whatever was done contemporaneous lead to memorialize. He's conversations that would clear up the mystery that we're discussing the problem, of course, is that not everybody has a motive to see that cleared up publicly. There may be a number of people who do, but I think there's a number of people don't, and I feel that Mr. Rosenstein may be one of them. And the reason that that is significant is that if he's left to his own devices. In terms of whether this ever gets disclosed or not what I assume he would be saying is that because these are discussions between him himself. That is the deputy attorney general and the chief counsel to the FBI and someone like Lisa page was also an attorney for the FBI the only person that can break that log log jam is the president because these these executive privileges belong to him. It's an it any attorney client privilege here. I doubt there is. But to the extent there is it belongs to the president. If there's any executive privilege. It belongs to the president. If there's any deliberative process privilege, which is also a component of executive privilege. It belongs to the president. So I think until the president decides to waive all bat and say put the information out. I would think that Rosenstein, would it be taking the position that these are things that could be withheld and don't need to be disclosed congress. Thaddeus? There's a question whether these accusations about immature or not, and I think you laid out of groundwork why they may be against Rosenstein. Why are they coming out? Now. I think that he s because Baker. Agreed to give a interview to the committee. I, you know, in the Trump in the Trump news cycle everything so jumps together that I can't remember now at this point if that was two weeks ago a one week ago, but I believe it's probably a function of the fact that as we heard and we haven't seen transcripts or anything. But as we've heard Lisa page, testified some weeks back, and according to people from the committee who talk and I should say it should underscore here. They didn't leak her testimony. But they did make it observation that she was very she seemed to be forthcoming and cooperative. We answered all the questions is the quote, Andy answered all the questions right now. Sometimes, of course, Jon answering all the questions doesn't necessarily mean that somebody's being cooperative. But my understanding is the way that was just described his testimony is that that was the case. But she answered all the questions in a good faith way that where. She was trying we'll have to see if we ever get to see the interview notes or the transcript and then Baker who I should underscore here. Has a very fine reputation in terms of he is integrity in his forthrightness. You can disagree with judgment calls. But you know, in terms of calling a Spade a Spade. My understanding is that Baker is always been pretty upright. He gave a he gave an interview to the committee a week or two ago. And I think that he is the that the the news coverage of that coupled with this this big story this big article that came out in the New York Times again a week or two ago that sort of constellation of facts is what has driven this into a public story where speaking with Andrew McCarthy of the national review online, Thaddeus McCotter, WJR, the.

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"andy answer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

11:54 min | 2 years ago

"andy answer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Washington's w. John Batchelor show. I welcome. Thaddeus McCotter WJR, the great voice of the Great Lakes and Andrew McCarthy of the national review online. We are in pursuit of a puzzle. The puzzle is now longer just Russia gate. The puzzle is also rod Rosenstein deputy attorney general of the United States these last days have created a significant number of questions that do not have answers at this moment to my understanding gentleman. Very good evening to you since last. We spoke rod Rosenstein much in the news. Yes. For the ride on Air Force One. And the and the generous words by the president of the United States about a conversation with rod Rosenstein, but at the same time, the expectation was that this week mister Rosenstein would be testifying to congress. The judiciary committee about the events of may of two thousand seventeen much in the news since the revelation, the New York Times weeks passed that rod Rosenstein, joked are remarked or mentioned in some fashion spoke of. Twenty-fifth amendment. And that in itself is surprising, given that it doesn't seem entirely logical that the deputy attorney general it'd be speaking of an amendment to remove or ch- except for a an unfit president to step to the side. And also spoke of this is reported in the New York Times wearing a wire, which I think is Justice department and speak for using a listening device or in some way to ensnare a person's remarks that can be used against him in future in court and the New York Times reported that and it was at the time regarded as either ingest or speaking light of that is not no that is no longer the case. Because since then we we have a James Baker the chief counsel of the FBI testifying the to the judiciary committee that he believes that Mr. Rosenstein spoke of this wire and spoke of the twenty fifth amendment more than once. And two two people. It goes to report in the administration. So I come to you, Andy. I if I've got the timeline. Correct. So we get to this moment when rod Rosenstein expected to testify to the judiciary committee, not only will not appear so far, but also will not pass to the congress notes from that period of may of twenty seventeen to justify his remarks that he was not being serious. Good evening to you. Andy. Good evening, John. Well, I think that one of the things that is unrealistic about the recording John, or at least something that's being skipped over without more. Without the thought that it deserves is why Rosenstein was suggesting that the president be tape recorded in terms of trying to make a decision about whether this is jocular whether there was something serious about it. Obviously Rosenstein, did not want the president tape-recorded because he was trying to make a criminal case on the president the thought that was going through Rosenstein mind during those eight days when he was we know distraught because of the reaction particularly of Democrats to the number random he wrote in support of the ultimate firing of of. FBI director Comey. What was going through his mind than was the potential that President Trump because there was sort of a Radic performance because there were differing rationales offered to the public for why call me was fired because Rosenstein was being bitterly criticised what Rosenstein was talking about was gathering evidence to indicate that President Trump was unstable for purposes of ultimately supporting a twenty fifth amendment moves. So the idea is the tape recording of the president and the discussion of the twenty fifty the twenty fifth amendment can't be separated or this aggregated. They're they're two parts of the same hole. The idea was that Rosenstein himself or others who were having meetings with Trump in the White House. We're going in there to. Rosenstein is mind record the president not just so that they could have recordings of the president. It was in order to try to provoke conversations that would show he was unstable in order to get some momentum behind this whole twenty fifth amendment push the thought that this was a joke to me is really quite unrealistic when you think about not only those two things recording and the twenty fifth amendment. But also the fact that this whole eight day period begins with Rosenstein, very distraught. Over the fact that he's being criticized over the Komi memo and ends on may seventeenth with Rosenstein, not moving forward on the twenty fifth amendment. But appointing Robert Mueller as the special counsel biz nothing jocular about anything that happened in that eight day period. And again, I think it makes no sense to talk about whether Rosenstein. Mentioned tape recording the president because I don't think there's any if rose Rosenstein himself is admitting it, but claiming it was jocular that means there's so much evidence that had happened that he doesn't feel like he can deny it. So then you have to ask yourself. You must ask yourself. Why on earth would he be talking about that? And he was talking about it in the context of the twenty fifth amendment. Thaddeus? All all because of as you said before is reputation. Correct. It's really about him. I really do believe. So and I think again we have to go back to that time frame. It's very easy. I always find in these situations. When you're looking back. It's hard to put yourself and to put our listeners in the framework of what was going on then versus what's going on now, but what was going on? Then if you recall is the Trump administration was trying still to get up and running it was trying to get its own appointees in place, which in large measure still has not happened that the Justice department, but I want to underscore at a time when it was very difficult for Trump nominees to get confirmed and get to work in the various agencies of the executive branch because there was so much resistance and opposition to Trump rod Rosenstein was confirmed by a vote of ninety four to six with overwhelming democratic support. And when he wrote the call me memo, he was bitterly criticized by Democrats, and I believe it was the first time in his life. Anything like that happened? And a lot of what happened in those eight days as a reaction a distraught. Reaction to that criticism the puzzle here, Andy is this could all be cleared up with those contemporary notes that we're told exists the memo's Baker and page and McCabe are all professionals, and when they have a meetings with the department of Justice, especially a man who's putatively in charge of the department of Justice because the attorney general is recused himself from any of these matters that they would keep notes afterwards. Those notes are being sought by congress Rosenstein at at the reporting is that Rosenstein is not passing them to congress, nor Rosenstein, appearing I call upon your understanding the department of Justice defying the capital is this. Sustainable is this something that the Justice Ken Ken to itself? Explain indefinitely. I think there's one person who can decide that John and that's the president. And and let me explain why I think that's so you're quite right that if all that information were put out that is all this this written work product. Whatever was done contemporaneous lead to memorialize east conversations that would clear up. The mystery that we're discussing the problem, of course, is that not everybody has a motive to see that cleared up publicly. There may be a number of people who do, but I think there's a number of people don't, and I fear that Mr. Rosenstein may be one of them. And the reason that that is significant is that if he's left to his own devices. In terms of whether this ever gets disclosed or not what I assume he would be saying is that because these are discussions between him himself. That is the deputy attorney general and the chief counsel to the FBI and someone like Lisa page was also an attorney for the FBI the only person that can break that log log jam is the president because these these executive privileges belong to him. To the extent as any attorney client privilege here. I doubt there is. But to the extent there is it belongs to the president. If there's any executive privilege. It belongs to the president. If there's any deliberative process privilege, which is also a component of executive privilege. It belongs to the president. So I think until the president decides to waive all that and say put the information out. I would think that Rosenstein, would it be taking the position that these things that can be withheld and don't need to be disclosed to congress. Thaddeus? Their question, whether these accusations about immature or not, and I think you laid out of groundwork by may may be controlled and Stein. Why are they coming out now? I think that he is because Baker. Agreed to give a interview to the committee. I, you know, in the Trump in the Trump news cycle everything so jumps together that I can't remember now at this point if that was two weeks ago or one week ago, but I believe it's probably a function of the fact that as we heard and we haven't seen transcripts or anything. But as we heard Lisa page, testified some weeks back, and according to people from the committee who talk and I should underscore here. They didn't leak her testimony. But they did make an observation that she was very she seemed to be forthcoming and cooperative. We. All the questions is the quote, Andy answered all the questions right now. Sometimes, of course, Jon answering all the questions doesn't necessarily mean that somebody's being cooperative. But my understanding is the way that was described of of MS testimony is that that was the case, but she answered all the questions in a good faith way that where she was trying to see if we ever get to see the interview notes or the transcript and then Baker who I should underscore here. It has a very fine reputation. In terms of is integrity in his forthrightness. You can disagree with judgment calls. But you know, in terms of calling your stay displayed by understanding that Baker is always been pretty upright. He gave a he gave an interview to the committee a week or two ago. And I think that he is the the the.

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"andy answer" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

04:29 min | 2 years ago

"andy answer" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"Percent, five percent difference between one and two. Just it can't happen. But will fuller is going in the middle of fantasy drafts. He was. He was the reason that Shawn Watson had such an unsustainable touchdown rate. How do you guys feel about will fuller? Are you in for the price? What's the current round? So right? Nessie sick right now we'll fuller is going at the back of the sixth round. Give me some names around willfuller. Okay, so here's KP our average as PPO. These are wide receivers you would be making the choice between for will fuller willfuller, Manny. Sanders Emmanuel Sanders from the Denver Broncos Emmanuel. Sanders. Yep. Pierre, go sown. Randall Cobb, fuller, and Jamison, Crowder. I would take fuller. Okay. So that's the guys at the back. That's the easier decision? Uh-huh. Now, slightly in front of fuller who you would have to take fuller over these guys. Sammy Watkins. Yeah. Take Sammy Julian Edelman suspended for four games. They'll say, jillions fuller. Ooh, I just don't like rostering guy are suspended for four games I get and we we know Jason's answer. So we'll throw this over to Jason aren't. We know Andy's answer Michael Crabtree. Or fully my answer by the way is will fuller might. Letting the people know my answer there. You know, I really would be Rosser constructive. I felt like I needed volume. I would go Crabtree, but if I had some quality water, she was already in my roster, which probably by the six round I do then I'm probably going to lean fuller there for the upside play. We'd all take Judy over fuller. Yes, certainly would. All right. Mike. Mission to move colds as a frightening, cover my mouth. Oh, yeah, thank you. The colts foreign twelve last year. This was a bad bed offense. If you watch the colts last year, if you had t y Hilton, if you had a running back, here's here's what you realized they were never on the field. They really weren't. They couldn't convert first downs, third worse than the NFL check. The oil was alright converting first downs they they scored fifteen point eight points per game, not very good. This was an offense missing a quarterback. That's what it was. You know that Endo layers, Brown's giants, colts dolphins. Those were your bottom defense or offense as last year. They barely threw the ball third lowest total passiveness in the league. And so you got a couple boom games from TI Hilton because his talent could not be contained a couple of times. We need Andrew lucked to come back, and we need to figure out where the ancillary value is on this roster from fantasy construction standpoint. The head coach, Chuck, we're gonna was gone. They've moved, they moved on Frank Reich, is there Dante Moncrieff? They moved on Frank gore they moved on. So there is going to be new, found value in Indianapolis, especially with the potential return of Andrew luck. They're all signs right now. If you want an update if you haven't been listening or following Andrew luck right now he's supposed to. He's supposed to be healthy. There's no restrictions on them in the preseason. They're gonna take it easy. They're going to keep him in his program. But I think at this point, are we all confident the Andrew luck is going to start week one for the Indianapolis Colts? Yes, yeah. Even even me who's been the biggest hesitate. I, I am confident the what he's been doing, and the fact. That they're saying he's playing preseason says that he should be good to go and that's huge for Hilton. I'm not a big fan of the ancillary pieces. I probably won't take oil won't take Hebron. I won't take Ryan grant, but it's for me. It's t y Hilton. And last time he played with Andrew luck. He led the league in receiving yards. Yeah. I mean, people need to remember that they have a gr in the thing is, is Andrew luck in t y, Hilton. If luck is healthy, this season, which we just established, we believe it will happen, then they will be a value on draft day. Like when you're draft comes around, they're not going to get all the way back up to the value. They had two years. I'm a Hilton. Hilton was when he was drafted. Just remember this when he was drafted before last season. He was a top ten wide receiver draft pick. Sure. And whereas right now like he's zich Steen. He is very close to that..

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"andy answer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"andy answer" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Five In on the title of the book it says other safe investing secrets of course what that alludes to is that a lot of people? Have put their eggs into, the IRA 401K basket etc that they have a tax deferred. Benefit plan of some. Sort what type of, options, are, there, for those types. Of accounts Loretta I mean can you raw let's say, if you have a 401K can, you roll that into another tax, deferred, account, that, will, provide, the, same benefits as the rash strategy maybe it's not tax free but it provides safety liquidity and, a, great, rate, of, return Andy answer is yes Another question is how do I want, this money, to accrue do we want to just have it, accumulating said that ten years down the road or five years down the road I. Can just take a whole bunch big lump sum out or. Do I want it to be for my legacy do I have enough money and. Income now and I kind of want to, save this for my children. My grandchildren or do I wanna have. Income and maybe it's something where hey I don't have really enough income to live on I realized. That age, fifty five or sixty. That when, I retire I'm going to have to try to survive on you know half of the income that I, have. Right now what can I do so that I can augment. That and have something more reasonable so I can take care? Of. All of, my daily needs? So there's, three different kinds that we, have had a great success with offering people they've really plugged into it is the ten ten IRA that's? On account you can set, up as an IRA you can roll your 401K or.

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"andy answer" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"andy answer" Discussed on WSB-AM

"We discussed in andy's office and i send onto graham said andy mccain andy's answer i don't remember that well somebody's lying and his office that's the deputy director of the fbi that means they're involved at the highest level to show you how things can be spin adam schiff who never saw camera he didn't want to get in front of here's all this stuff and listen to his spin cut fortyone he's also important witness in terms of the interactions that james komi had with the president and the issue obstruction of justice he may also have information about the allegations that we have seen that there were leaks coming out of the fbi office in new york a strongly anti clinton by his in the fbi office in new york and whether those leaks went to rudy giuliani or went to members of congress with an intent to be influential in the election that was he was talking about peter struck and will he come willingly to testify now they're trying to say there was anticlinton bias it's got to be investigated for mishandling of classified information the same charge that he was just unwilling and his agency was unwilling to go too far on with hillary clinton was at all really worth it guys maria by aroma you're all fired up to help out bill hemmer show you're going on at the top of the hour on fox news right yes i am america's newsroom maria thanks so much see assumed brian.

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"andy answer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"andy answer" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"We discussed in andy's office and i send graham said andy mccain andy's answer i don't remember that well somebody's lying and his office that's the deputy director of the fbi that means they're involved at the highest level to show you how things can be spin adam schiff who never saw camera he didn't want to get in front of here's all this stuff and listen to his spin cut fortyone he's also important witness in terms of the interactions that james comey had with the president and the issue obstruction of justice he may also have information about the allegations that we have seen that there were leaks coming out of the fbi office in new york a strong anti clinton by his in the fbi office in new york and whether those leaks went to rudy giuliani or went to members of congress with an intent to be influential in the election that was talking about peter struck and will he come willingly to testify now they're trying to say there was anticlinton bias it's got to be investigated for mishandling of classified information the same charge that he was just unwilling and his agency was unwilling to go too far on with hillary clinton was at all really worth that guys maria by roma you're all fired up to help out bill hemmer show you going on at the top of the hour on fox news right.

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"andy answer" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"andy answer" Discussed on WLOB

"Of broadcasting the gospel only heaven will reveal the glory which is being and we'll be under the lord jesus christ for all the pressure souls that have and will be saved our last letter is from florida we are thanking god god for bringing us through the hurricane storms also for blessing are granddaughter maria a new very good position in the workplace may he bless each one of you as well thank you for your letters in it's a real blessing to us to hear that so many are being bless through this radio ministry we are dependent upon our wonderful god and known each one of you who prey rate and support financially now it's bible time i'm reading today from the gospel of mark chapter 10 versus three to sixteen andy answered in said onto them what did moses command you and they said moses suffered your rate a bill of divorce and and to put her away in jesus answered in said under the for the hardness of your heart you root you this precept but from the beginning of the creation god made the male and female for this cause shown a man leave his father and mother and cleave to his wife and day twain she'll be one flesh so then they are no more twain but one flash would therefore god has joined together let not man put asunder and in the house his disciples asked him a gain of the same matter and you say it's onto them who's whoever shall put away his wife and mary another committed adultery against her and if a woman show put away her husband and be married to another she committed adultery and they brought young children to him that he would touch some and his disciple rebuke dole's that brought them but jesus i thought he was much displeased onset under them suffer the little children to come on to me forbid them not for assange is the kingdom of god fairly i say on you who's whoever shall received the kingdom of god as a little child he shall not enter their in and you took them up in his arms put his hands upon them and blessed them may the lord bless the reading of god's inspired preserved at infallible were.

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"andy answer" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"andy answer" Discussed on WGTK

"How many of you out there listening to me right now have a congressman who holds town halls on a regular basis raise your hands how many of you listen to me have a republican or democrat member of the house or senator who on a fairly regular basis we'll have a town hall and and they'll put themselves out there to the public anybody who wants to come in they'll answer their questions how many of you have a member of congress who does that on a regular basis who does that at all let me see a chauhan's i don't see many hands up you know why i don't see many hands up because most of you have members of congress and senators who like paul ryan don't bother to get in front of you and don't give me this crap about what paul ryan did on friday paul ryan talked about a town hall he had on friday he went to a pre selected company in his district andy answered pre selected questions from employees let me tell you some that ain't a town hall that's not a town hall a town hall is where you come home and you let everybody in your district no i'm gonna be at at at at the community college in my district saturday morning at nine o'clock anybody who wants to come out and ask me a question or get some more of your chest come on out and then for a couple hours you point your self in front of those people anybody who wants to come out you open yourself up to the public almost all of them don't do that because they're afraid almost all of them don't do that because they believed they're like paul ryan they're better than you i've been in washington for twenty years i don't need to get down and dirty with my constituents i'm telling you something you think washington is broken right now you're fed up with these republicans because the ruling that doing anything and by the way when are the republicans can do anything when are the republicans in washington dc actually going to do something will you not in you.

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"andy answer" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"andy answer" Discussed on Super Station 101

"How many of you out there listening to me right now have a congressman uh who holds town halls on a regular basis raise your hands how many of you listen to me have a republican or a democrat member of the house or senator who on a fairly regular basis we'll have a town hall and and they'll put themselves out there our to the public anybody who wants to come in they'll answer their questions how many of you have the member of congress who does that on a regular basis who does that at all let me see a show hands i don't see many hands up you know why i don't see many hands up because most of you have members of congress and senators who like paul ryan don't bother to get in front of you and don't give me this crap about what paul ryan did on friday paul ryan talked about a town hall he had on friday he went to a preselected company in his district andy answered pre selected rush chins from employs let me tell you some that ain't a town hall that's not a town hall a town hall is where you come home and ju let everybody in your district no i'm gonna be at at at the community college in my district saturday morning at nine o'clock anybody who wants to come out and asked me a question or get set more of your chest come on out and then for a couple hours you put yourself in front of those people anybody who wants to come out you open yourself up to the public almost all of them don't do that because they're afraid almost all of them don't do that because they believed they're like paul ryan they're better than you i've been in washington for twenty years i don't need to get down and dirty with my constituents i'm telling you something you think washington is broken right now you're fed up with these republicans because the ruling that doing anything and by the way when the republicans going can do anything when are the republicans in washington dc actually going to do something will you not in you know what they don't have.

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