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Dodgers Are Stung Again in Walkoff Loss to Cubs
"Made it back to back extra reading walk off wins of the Dodgers had Wrigley Field Anthony Rizzo. The winning hit comes when it's 6 to 5 in 11 innings. The White Sox, though, held it just two hits, and there was nothing 10 inning loss. Who? The Cincinnati Reds Both teams are off today.
Dan Hurley on the Evolution of Coaching College Basketball
"Sword. Welcome integrate dan hurley to the world's greatest podcast notice courtside. I got a question for you at at your a guy of kind of your heart. New school parts. You're well more part. Ulster the job of being a college basketball coach today. Is it anything like you thought it would be when you got into coaching. You know. I think listen. It's gotten way more Way more complicated But you know for me. I think they'll just kind of growing up coming up in like a basketball family. With with with bob senior like kind of seen the evolution You know of it. Like as a player for him. And i think what prepared me well was like being a high school coach for nine years south when you know like i had i think seven. I think i had seven or eight. Mcdonald's all americans in those like those eight or nine years. I was at saint benedict's so i was seeing you know on a from the grassroots and exactly kind of what was going on with high level players and you know how. The kind of recruiting was changing You know in in terms of the amount of people that were were now getting involved with a kid obviously things like the portal social media. You know that these things have obviously made coaching College coachee like particularly challenging.
Josh Duggar’s History of Child Sexual Abuse
"Duggar has really dug himself into very deep dark hole The thirty three year old was arrested in arkansas on thursday without bail on child pornography charges now. His name may sound familiar to you. If you have seen or heard of the t. s. t. l. c. show nineteen kids and counting. And then the following show counting on He is the eldest child of parents. Michelle and jim bob. Duggar the show focused on the life of the duggar. Family who are devout. Baptists and frequently discuss a values of purity modesty and their faith in god. The doug avoid birth control thing they have decided to allow god to determine the number of children that they have which kinda ties into the title of the show. All of the children are home. Schooled and access to entertainment such as movies and television is very limited to them The duggar family has also used quote. Blanket time end quote which is a controversial practice with their children that is basically chaperoned courtship. I'm which the couple becomes acquainted only in a group setting so little odd but On may twenty second twenty fifteen. Tlc suspended the series when the duckers eldest son josh the one that was just arrested publicly apologized for having acted inexcusably following reports that he molested five years including some of his sisters by fondling them.
Breaking the Chain: The Story of Fleetwood Mac
"Mac are a british american. Rock band formed in london in nineteen sixty seven. The band's original members were guitarist. Peter green drummer mick. Fleetwood guitarist jeremy spencer and bassist. John mcphee would surname was merged with the nickname of john. Mack mcvay to form the name of the band who were initially a blues band managed by clifford davis so danny kerman join as a third guitarist in nineteen sixty eight in keyboardist christine perfect. Who contributed as a session. Musician from the second album married. John mcvie and joined the band in nineteen seventy and then from there on out. She was christine. Mcvie all three guitarists of the man left in succession during the early nineteen seventy s to be replaced by guitarist. Bob welsh and bob weston. Along with vocalist dave walker. So the three guys that left. Peter green had a pretty massive addiction to lsd and he was later diagnosed schizophrenic. Yeah a little bit of a spiral. After that jeremy spencer abruptly quit to join the religious cult called the children of god. I know about the children of god. Yes yes yes like. They had traveled to america. They were unto were then he was like i'm going to. I'm going to stay here. I'm gonna call in this call up and let's see and then during dany kirwin actually got fired and now considered to be a minor incident. I'm he trashed his dressing room and refused to go onstage for a show and they fired him man so the ban. You know the the lineup has been a little bit in turmoil. In nineteen seventy-three either remaining members of fleetwood. Mac told their manager cliff davis that they needed a break from touring and instead of making that happen. Davis decided to hire a fake version of the band under the same name. Play the tour dates that the real band didn't make that's and the whole incident resulted in a lawsuit over who owned the band's name so davis booked. Us dates for the all new fleetwood mac from mid january to late february nineteen seventy four so when the fake fleetwood mac walked into their first show. Venue outside of pittsburgh actually in a place called the syria mosque. The venue promoter refused to put them onstage. 'cause he was like those are not fleetwood mac no but they play anyway And only about a dozen people ask for refunds and so they kept going and then apparently it like the next big venue. They played in new york city. People were like this is in fleetwood mac and they like they kind of they caught.
'Boxing News' ft. Combat Sports Insider Deon Clubbs (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #13)
"Big terence crawford fan elephant in the room. Is we all want to see the task. Force earl spencer. Who is tasked. Crawford's bob arum aerospace is now heyman so let's pbc de espn top rank two different companies. And they don't talk that. Well bob air hill talk to somebody like eddie hearn's who's matchbox and that's why we're going to have the fury verse. Anthony joshua fight which will be happening soon helping the site but pack. I mean he has won. The belts task cropper. Only has one belt. Its way for our task offer to pillow more emphasis on how necessary that fight is to unify. Forty-seven welterweight division. I think if pack. Yeah winds i mean. Sorry one of the best boxers of all time but if he beats terence crawford somehow he'll solidified himself as how pound. I mean this may weather and then pack. Y'all right there for this generation. Yeah dan i honestly think that terence crawford will not come with the same protests when keith armand fault pack. Y'all was outclass outmatch. I'm saying a right now first clubs bangers clubs bangers on the list i care score for will win this fight In might go the distance. But i think tears crawford will will have pack yao dump by lisa sixth or seventh round. He starts a little later and then he wants he figures you out it's over with in pac l. Might be rabbi. He might be there with calmer. Gregor the wraps might be sectional. They all my internet things about life thing about how much they drink tonight before. Who knows what. I think pat will be going to sleep. Who could slum writer six or sound around that fight and crawford who have to belts. It'll be more if assist as far as him fighting Earl spencer fight really needs to happen for you have just one chance. I don't like all these these all. These belts and safety and buys are fine but we want one undisputed champion and had way divisions got right there startling towards that path with a anti josh will sisa fury and i think the wealth way forty seven trend towards that way hopefully by next year once cry a patio like trash that he has dispose disposable. Jettison get out here. that's to happen by next year. Oh yeah my brother. I completely agree. We got to have that match. We boxing match in our lives and i agree. I believe that terraced coffer will stop mini. Pack y'all i believe many we'll put up a good fight but yeah i don't think he has what it takes. I think he's a little too old to stop. Terence crawford crawford at the ball in booths. Podcasts he's really good. And i really like him and so yeah i think he's gonna stop him and i i hope so. I'm very excited. So we can have him versus like you said errol spence and see that joint in twenty twenty two fo the win- anyways so we have a huge fight coming up either this year next year. The heavyweight division is finally consolidating and we have tyson fury versus anthony joshua which will be the biggest fight in u. k. boxing history. So my friend. Tell me how we feel about the heavyweight division. How well they're doing art. We can't okay. Starts out first of all omar. Would you
Medina Spirit Wins the 147th Kentucky Derby
"And he did so from Churchill Downs where history was made at this year's Kentucky Derby trainer Bob Baffert winning his record 1/7. Run for the Roses effort, hadn't said much about Medina spirit and didn't expect to see many reporters around his bar and ahead of Derby. I'm sure I won't see you the rest of league, but I appreciate you guys coming by talking to me. Oh, you have to go back to the days when there's hardly anybody here. At the 15 to 1 colt changed the narrative with a half length win in the run for the Roses to give Baffert his seventh Kentucky Derby. The most in history came in under the radar, and I just know I want to come in here bragging or anything like that. You know, horsemen getting beat, you know, and so for him to win just happened, you know, so Heavily favored essential
Medina Spirit Gives Baffert Record 7th Derby Win
"Stern and upset at the Kentucky Derby, with Medina Spirit, beating out the betting favorite essential quality, and it wasn't just a win for the horse with the victory, trainer Bob Baffert said. A new record with 1/7 Kentucky Derby winning jockey John Velazquez notched his fourth win with Run for the Roses. Fox
Are the Tokyo Olympics in Danger of Being Canceled?
"Big celebration of sport is less than 100 days away the summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, But the news from Japan this week is not good. Nancy update us on what's happening. So it's very interesting because we've seen now in Japan. I, um, announcement of another lockdown amid a surgeon as it sees it, in cases with what they attribute to a variant, and so They're encouraging people for the next 17 days to limit their movement. And at the same time they're outlining how they're gonna hold Summer Olympics. How they're gonna have thousands of people come into the country safely. They have rules, for example, that athletes have to quarantine before they arrive in country and get a negative public test upon arrival, but then don't have to quarantine while in country they can't ride public transportation for 14. Days. All these rules about how to hold these games at a time of quarantine and so urging people to restrict their movement. And so there's a real push pull happy than on one hand, saying that these games can happen safely that it won't lead to a spike within Japan and at the same time containing a potential outbreak. Is there any conversation at all about just Pushing pause. It's interesting because you talk, you see surveys from Japan showing that the population is really not enthusiastic about having these games and we've seen the Olympic torch re routed in an effort to get around some of these new challenges. And and suggestions of canceling and game and yet a real reticence to do so from the Olympic Committee leading the efforts in Japan that somehow if we can sort of the suggestion has been, we can come up with enough bobbing and weaving and tweaking of rules in the run up all the way up to the games themselves. To somehow make this happen to give you a sense, they still haven't said. Whether Spectators, Japanese Spectators. We'll be able to attend the game. So can you both say there's a rising threat and we can proceed with this major event. We'll see.
President Biden Delivers Address Before the Joint Session of Congress
"First speech to a joint session of Congress last night pitched his multi trillion dollar plan to build America back. And he also addressed social justice issues plaguing the nation. We have to come together. Rebuild trust between law enforcement of the people they serve. Throughout systemic racism in our criminal justice system. No, not police Reform and George Lord's name that passed the House. Already President Press Congress to pass proposed legislation on immigration as the borders sees his surge of immigrants. Coming from Central America. If you believe we need to secure the border, pass it because it has ah lot of money for high tech border security. If you believe in the pathway, this is impassive. Over 11 million undocumented folks. The vast majority of here overstayed visas. Acid. For the first time in history to women, Vice President Kamila Harris and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sat behind a president as he addressed Congress. There were just 200 people in the House chamber instead of the usual 1600 due to the pandemic.
US Tells Citizens To Leave India as COVID Crisis Deepens
"Is urging Americans to leave India as soon as possible because of the covert surge there. The department has also issued the Thais level warning US citizens. To avoid going to India. India's health system is collapsing under record numbers of infections and deaths.
Apple Q2 Earnings Crush Analysts' Estimates With iPhone, iPad, Mac Sales
"Tech giant reporting fiscal second quarter sales of $89.6 billion that was up 54% from the same period in 2020. Bob O'Donnell is president and chief analyst of Tech Analysis Research. He told us that Apple strong performance was fueled by sales of Ipads, Max and five G iPhones, especially in China. China numbers are also looking really good almost double from a year ago. So that's that's a clear sign of the fact that the iPhone 12 having five G. That's what was critical for China because Five. The networks are very widely available in China, and without a five the phone Apple was at a real disadvantage. IPad in Mac sales also nearly doubled. Analysts say these results show Apple's control over the supply chain and its ability to outmaneuver competitors. Apple shares are up 2.6% in extended trading quote. Coma, the world's largest smartphone chip maker,
Benn's Overtime Goal Gives Stars 4-3 Win Over Hurricanes
"Jamie Benn's goal at two forty four of overtime lifted Dallas to a four three victory against Carolina then second consecutive overtime winning goal he also had three assists in the game Carolina clinched their third consecutive playoff berth with the point while the stars remain two points back in Nashville for the fourth and final playoff spot in the central stores led to nothing in three two but the hurricanes rally twice tied the game with about four minutes to go on a goal by Yanni Haken Paul Joe pawelski notched his twenty first goal for the stars Bob Stevens Dallas
Bond Denied for Man Charged in the Murder of 7 Year Old
"Has been denied for the man charged in the murder of seven year old jazz Lynne Adams. There was a bond hearing yesterday in Chicago, Mary Ann Lewis was shot and arrested Thursday after leading police on a chase and trying to carjack a family on the Eisenhower Expressway. At that hearing yesterday, the bond was denied. Prosecutors told the court that Lewis was driving the car involved in Adam's shooting. At that McDonald's drive through earlier this month. Yesterday there was a march to remember Adam's baby was innocent babies are being robbed of their innocents. Seven years old, No Chin Lewis. His next court appearance is scheduled for Thursday. Police are looking for two other suspects.
Interview With Michael Dougherty, Goodyear Chief Pilot
"What's wally hey bob. How're you been tastic. Another week and other podcasts and another guest this morning on the show we have. Michael dougherty the chief pilot and flight operations manager for goodyear which means he's a blimp pilot. Thanks for joining us. Michael guys Pushy on so i. I've talked to a lot of people while that we were going to have this discussion and a lot of people were excited and they asked a lot of questions that i probably had my head before we started thinking about having him on the show. The do you know many balloon pilots. I do not. I know i can say i know michael but he is really the only plan pilot. I know my sure you hear this a lot that this is a very unique position that you hold and you've done it for fourteen years. Tell us a little bit about how you got into it and a little bit. What it's like in the day in the life of chief pilot. Goodyear store it is it is certainly a a very small group of people are are kind of famous. There's more astronauts than there are pilots out there especially with the age of of space flight. I guess but others We we have a full staff at goodyear's is about Thirteen pilots including myself. We've got twelve guys that are attached to accrue for on each crew in In that. I'm the chief pilot in flight operations manager so i do all of the certification stuff check rides proficiency checks that kind of stuff and then i do fill flying gear lair when we've got folks on vacation or short-staffed or something but Bailey we we have a few missions with the airship First and foremost kind of the the one we're best known for is our area. Tv covered so each has a crew of about twenty folks that goes down the road. That's generally four pilots. Each team A couple of crew chiefs we have five aircraft mechanics. That take care of their ship from those detail Through all of its major maintenance and field maintenance and all that kind of stuff. We do have a maintenance support team that that helps support the guys in the field of those guys in the field. Do great majority of the the work. We have Couple of mechanics. Because we've got a preview ground sport fleet we have a semi truck crew boss a couple of mass trucks which are used more the airship two. That's a basically sixty five thousand pounds straight semi truck that that has a forty foot pole. Attached to the that allows us to to attach rate to the nose of the blimp and then when the blue since on the field at night. It's like a big win sock
Zimbabwe to Start Selling Hunting Rights to Shoot Endangered Elephants
"An income shortfall because of lack of tourism. Zimbabwe is going to start selling rights to shoot hundreds of endangered elephants. The African forest elephants is on the critically endangered species list while the savanna elephants is classified as endangered. Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management authorities said they're facing a $25 million shortfall due in part to a lack of sport hunting because of the pandemic. According to CNN, the center for Natural Resource Governance, eighth and Bob Way, environmental and human rights advocacy group called the decision quote. Appalling. I'm Jim Forbes.
COVID-19 Vaccine: Questions Answered With Dr. Johnson Fatokun, MD
"In today's episode. What talking to bob hawke topic the nineteen vaccine and addressing some of the concerns and worries a face around getting the vaccine and a lot of be concerned about getting the vaccine. And i just a good idea talk about it with medical practitioner would need to the as a medical doctor. Dr johnson photographer who is experience family. Physician practices here not berta so welcomed up. Johnston gets a happy ear only program. Thank you so. We've reached up the johnson today in his office in actually in limit. So how are you doing for staff about. The johnson are crazy busy. Yeah times and very odd certain tumbles love just so. There's a lot of backup false when it comes to these vaccine when it comes to the arrows reside surrounded. He has to put measures in place to mitchell. Everybody is safe. Count your office yasu safety. Those who can't calm you have to do provide catholic though. Sometimes you see some collision myself book late. Making phone calls to crash lot. Mitchell vision gets cab when you do give the house up gracie chugging discounts. So what do you. So i wanna ask you like the like you said. These are very uncertain times challenging times. What are you doing for self care as doctor like. What are you doing to stay motivated. You know into so many things. Well i'm me. Tried to go for walks. I make sure each row physically. No pounding gavin every day. Well it's good food and then rest will any to work. I take any date. It never ends now. Vision context you because of the accents so detects you to call you so you have to find out so downturns and which works and they'll which entity i don't sit in the quiet through soochow everything away
A NASA astronaut's lessons on fear, confidence and preparing for spaceflight | Megan McArthur - TEST
"Talks daily. How do we leave fear behind. It's a crucial question in this time of so much uncertainty. Well who better to address this question than a nasa s rinat megan mcarthur. She talks about risk ambition and how spaceflight is a family business in her twenty twenty conversation with ted women curator pat mitchell. Welcome megan although pat thank you for having the let's go with the question that i think is probably coming up for many of us. This is unusual husband and wife met during your training and and the year that you got married. You both flew into space separately. You on the hubble telescope mission and bob on the mission to construct the space station and ironically if your mission had gone awry or needed help bob was assigned to be on the rescue craft. You know launch day for all of us at time of great excitement but also anxieties about the risk and the fear. We might feel inside just watching. How do you prepare for launch day. Well one of the most important things to focus on for me was really preparing my son and making sure that he was ready and that he enjoyed the experience of watching his father launched and complete this mission that he'd been training for really for most of our son's life so when we walked out onto the roof of the launch control center and we could see the rocket off in the distance and were lining up against the rail ready for the countdown. And of course. I got my arms around him and we hear three two one liftoff and then and then we see the rocket carrying his father. Know jumping off the launch pad. And for me. It was this moment of of just an outpouring of feeling and emotion that had been with me for such a long time. And and you know this. I'm crying and i'm laughing. And i'm just shaking and so i had to let go of my son who was fine by the way he was completely fine and covering up my mouth. Because i don't know what kind of sounds i'm gonna make with. You know this this complete terror and this complete joy at this moment and thinking about what it took to get there my husband. You know an accomplished astronauts experienced air force flight test engineer. He he'd formerly been the chief astronaut. And i've watched him launch into space twice before and it's been terrifying every time Why is that so. Of course i love my husband but it's more than that. It's that i love my husband. And right now i can't do anything at all to impact the situation. I'm i'm standing on a rooftop. I have no job. I have no way to contribute. And so that's where for me. The fear comes from is that feeling of helplessness. And so over and over in my life. I've seen of course that training and preparation can get us ready for an event like that. But it's it's having the input having the ability to impact your situation. That is what removes the fear and balances it. It balances it for you. So the education the experience. That's a you have to have that but also having a voice Having an input having a seat in the cockpit is what allows you to leave that fear behind but what about your son megan He won't be there. He'll be on the ground watching. Mommy take off into space. Just as he watched his dad who returned safely. But how have you taken special. Preparations for him. Disea- mommy doing the same. Well his his first reaction when learning that mommy was going to go into space. I he told me no mommy. You can't go That was his very first response and then as he got more comfortable with the idea. You know his dad went up and came back and then he said well. Okay you can go for thirty days but one hundred and eighty days. That's too much you can't you can't go for that long He's also obviously seen his father. Go through all of this and so it it for him. It's become this normal thing. This is a normal thing that mommy and daddy do. We'll read stories back and forth while i'm here in russia over over video conference And i was given the idea to fill a jar with chocolate kisses and then he can have a kiss from mommy every day that i'm gone so he likes that idea very much just to be clear. It's a great message that this young man is getting about mommy and daddy doing the same job isn't it and i just want to bring forward a quote from the space x leader gwen chartwell. Who was asked about. You're going your husband's going and she was questioned about you're flying in the same pilot cedar spacecraft as your husband and here was part of her answer. I'd like to point out that you know. Megan is first and foremost and astronaut. When it comes to our perspective will. I did want to reach through the screen and high five michelle when she said that. I very much appreciated That remark you know. It has changed for me over the years the first time i flew in space I was married. But i was not yet apparent and both my husband and i came to nasa s people and we met and married of course At nasa at a different Thing to take on as a family that you're doing this thing that's for yourself Kind of for the greater good. The the notion of exploration and discovery is is something to engage in. And i think that that example You know for my son to see that his parents are engaged in this thing that yes it takes us away from him. But it's in those. These are important things to do and you were in high school. Megan when the challenger space craft tragically exploded and the whole world confronted the reality of the risk that you and your husband and other brave women and men are taking. I remember that moment. And i still hold my breath every time tearing each and every launch. So how do you find the balance between knowing
Behind the Story: Planet Aid Lawsuit Against Reveal Dismissed by Judge
"In two thousand sixteen the reveal. Podcast of the center for investigative reporting produced a multi-party expose on the maryland based charity planet aid and its connection to a danish cult called the series documented abuse of us foreign aid by the charity and its sub-contractors diversion of charity. Donations to the cult. The shakedown of its own employees to kick back chunks of their salaries and elaborate efforts to the schemes from government auditors on the ground in east africa without offering evidence to rebut the allegations to charity promptly sued news organization for libel a week ago. A federal judge in california ruled in favor of the center for investigative reporting. It was a victory at the expense of millions of dollars in legal fees and thousands of man hours for those who are savoring. Defamation suits against fox news for its voter fraud lies and incitements. The planet aid case is a sobering object lesson in the dangers posed by liable cases to even the most scrupulous and rigorous journalism. Victoria manetzky is general counsel at the center for investigative reporting victoria. Welcome to otm. So nice meet bob. So congratulations i guess. What did it cost. You guys to be proven. Non liars cost us Quite a heavy final number upwards of several million dollars but moreover cost a lot of time resources and sleepless nights for myself and everyone else involved with this case or more on the implications of dislocation to follow. I promise but i please just give me a capsule version of the reporting that you did that led to the lawsuit and the stories revelations sure you know. This investigation was almost a two year long investigation. That of our most esteemed reporters at that. Time took on to look into how government funds and grants were meted out to different organizations in particular planet and how those resources were then
"bob" Discussed on Bob Lonsberry
"City of Chicago have formed a pact or contract. Their goal is to of create a snuff video of a Chicago police officer. They want to create a video that shows a Chicago police officer being shot to death. And they want to do this to encourage anti police sentiment, and to encourage people in Chicago and across the country to stand up violently against the police in here's what they have done. So you've got again three dozen street gangs. And their plan is this. That, any they want a people people to anytime. You see a police officer doing his or her duty. Any sort of police interaction with the public everybody start videoing it right everybody start videoing it. And the deal is that if the police officer clears gun, you know host if they pull the gun out of the holster. at that point, these three dozen street gangs in Chicago have agreed that any of their members will immediately shoot that officer that it will be a a free fire zone and if the officer pulled. The any any any number circumstances where an officer might oppo his or her weapon, right but as soon as the gun clears leather. they want to shoot that officer down, and so they've got two parts of the plan they won is they want everybody video waiting videoing the police to if the if a police officer pulls the gun who if you're in the crowd wherever you are you shoot that cop all of you shoot that cop. and. Then they want to use that video. The same way isis used its snuff videos to build its supporters That's not from some scandal sheet that's not some trump campaign video. That's the FBI in a bulletin showing what it's intelligence has developed is happening in Chicago thus far this year fifty one officers have been shot or shot at in. That is four times the highest tally in any year previous. So it's not just marching around your fist in the air. It's open season. I'm police officers in at least some of America, and that is a war on them but truly. A war on saw to two to eleven eighty is the number for listeners on the loose whoever you are, whatever your view, whatever you WanNa say I'm inviting you personally to come on the air next at newsradio eleven eighty now listeners on the loose with Bob Lonzo Berry on newsradio WAM eleven eighty. Hello you're on news radio. AM eleven eighty you know most people don't realize how interwoven American Israel are. So doesn't it God say in the Bible that a few turn from your wicked ways and come back to me I'll hear troubled land I mean that's a pretty easy blueprint follow isn't it? Be Honest with you and not be simplistic or sound like a Bible thumper or some superstitious person. But that is exactly the answer to our problems. You know we can try to hash him out on our own but I think we get a whole lot better with God and I think that we have bumps in the road the farther away from God we get and I think that if we in our families in our society are more focused more focused on our individual relationships with God in the lives that we individually live I believe the fewer bumps in the road there will be. Hello Newsradio wham eleven eighty Bob I. got her sean for Joe Biden. Here okay. bye-bye. Joel. You. On your. Guy In. A. You Go. We love you. Beautiful beautiful music there. PNT appeal to your higher sensibilities. We have a lot of art on this program. Thank you Piano Joe we've. missed. Your stylings we will stop it is time for news with Alexa Olson. My Gosh that'll be outstanding and stay tuned to her all through the afternoon. Be Sure and catch that big. Wham Five o'clock Newshour. We she enjoyed the Monaco as you're driving home. Then tomorrow morning eight till noon. It's you and may right back here on newsradio. Damn eleven eighty..
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My friend a family report real quick my young son Scott, and Robbie have been impressed by the life story of the family orthodontist. One after the other, it looks like the young children going to have braces which you know we'll be a really great thing for keeping US poor for the next up several years it. What you do is you pay for braces and then you pay for college and then I think you live under a bridge but the deal is that the orthodontist? Learn to be a dentist and an orthodontist because the United States Navy sent him to a dental school and in return for some years of service after that. And so It's funny because my son Robbie and my son Scott, neither of whom have seen the orthodontist except to say, hi, both of them familiar with his story have each decided that they want to use the military to help pay for some specialized education. Robbie wants to be a dentist and Scott wants to be a a surgeon. And they both are got this thing in their mind that they're going to You get the military to pay for that. And I as the father and I while tuition payer I think it's a really good idea. I applaud their initiative and stuff like that. It interesting thing is though that Young Scott He says that he wants to go the navy and have the navy pay for him to learn how to be a doctor. And we which is fine. But we do politely point out to Him Scott you know where we're an army family and we we like to go in the army in our family and the Navy is not the army and he knows that I think he's fiddling with low bit. Aubrey. My Daughter who's an artillery officer in the army she is going to paratrooper school, learn how to be a parachutist and the deal is that will come up in a couple of weeks or so and I'm pretty excited about that. If they allow people to attend the graduation I'm going to go down to Georgia for bending and be there for that. I think that graduation from a jump school is at the end of their fifth jump and I think that out there wherever it is that they parachuted into that they you know still their gear and form up. And their wings are presented to them then and I I I grew up the the when the song the Green Beret was on the radio and I was in the army when we would dig that out and play it or sing it, and as a young Dad that one line in there put silver wings and my son's chest make him one of America's best. it's it's not my son It's my daughter and had just one hundred percent fine with me I remember there was a will ultimately after she goes through paratrooper school she'll be assigned to the second airborne out of Fort Bragg North Carolina, and the deal is I remember myself being a brand new soldier in some of the training that you go through. After basic and you know we had a a little baby who is on the way about to be born my son Le- who will talk about in the second but I went to the PX post exchange and I did two things I brought him a sleeper low peja not like a swamp, zip him up in a bag or whatever like that on there called by body. More those and I went to the uniform supply store and I got the combat patch, the eighty second airborne, and though the patch was large and and stiff, and the little sleeper was small and soft I nonetheless sewed sitting there in the barracks that eighty second airborne patch on that sleeper to send a a home for that little boy when he came along well. I I I had the right idea. I just had the had the wrong child and it will be a delight to have a Alonzo's Mary in the in the eighty second speaking of Lee. He it says for the last I don't know six, seven, eight months Ben doing a radio show out in Utah. He had been there very long when Kovic kicked in and so for the past six months until yesterday he has been. Doing his show from from their apartment right. The guest room has been his studio and he's been kind hold up for quite a while but thrilled yesterday to be able to, and the funny thing is he's like one of these downtown urban dwellers and their skyscraper apartment with all the amenities is literally directly across the street from the skyscraper with all the amenities that is home to his radio station. Any rate things must be going well. For him, they have his wife just contracting to have a home built in one of those subdivisions that comes with pools, gyms and stuff like that and development I think is what they call it. So we're pretty excited about that and along those lines. That's enough of that one last story here. From Chicago the Federal Bureau of Investigation has issued an alert to law enforcement in the. Land area most particularly should Chicago. Police Department. A a situational information, a report. And it says this. That, some three dozen street gangs in the.
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"You know there's no dirt to scrub. All right. Exactly. So I don't know but I Yeah. Lots of times I just use shampoo and I think I'm the same way. I I do like to use the bar. So like four to to take care of places that I can't you know whatever and I use a shampoo at one of us knows what? For places I can't I use the bar Bob. You're saying, please there's a lot of hair. Okay. Yeah. 'cause I figured that's where odors or or body sweats or whatever. It might have exactly exactly and I just I it's funny. I. I could do two or three showers a day sometimes just just depending on how I feel about. Is If I. Feel like you know. So. I, have an adolescent son does the same thing that can be something different. But Well, that's Yeah I. Here's an I went cova came and we had to wash our hands right I said all right I'm GONNA get a bar of soap I'm GonNa carry with me all time and so I bought like a big pack of like ten or twelve bars of Irish spring thinking that covid would last a long time I'm still on bar one. That's yeah. We then we got that, but we here's thing you know old spice used to be like Cologne and now it's like all they. It's gone young in hipster. We will often have like old spice squirting stuff you know. Like a bath low. Yeah. Yeah No that's that's cool. No, I was just thinking about. It's interesting because we're and we're fifteen minutes. Yeah. Yeah. Well, it's funny because I do you still do you ever wear Cologne much early like no like almost never and as a younger man I always did yeah and it's funny because my dad showed you know he he would give me the Cologne special one that he'd like and say. Dad You've got I can't remember the night my son who's your age Jovan Musk okay. Was What I wore a time. I gave him bottle like separate christmases ago he every now and again just to make the family laugh, we'll send a picture of that bottle with like almost none going remember the time dad. Got Me This I. Don't know that it's much of a thing at this point. Maybe with some some people do it. But I, I used to do it when I was on the cruise and that was you know fifteen years ago I? In the seventies and eighties, I thought Cologne was huge. In fact, if you're a man, you would have your smell your brain exactly and you know Little Trittin on it. It's probably stupid thing. You would also like Beckton we shook hands and you'd spray a little bit on the palm of your right hand. Yeah. So that like when you shook hands, you shorter left little send with whoever that Y M saying yeah. They think even like even in business that's what you did. Yeah. Like my grandfather when I went when when I was glover's house, you'd always have the. Clone and I can't remember what the brand was, but he'd always wear it all the time right and and it was there and then yeah and my often the scent of those l. and it was very pleasant right? You know my wife ends up hating it I my signature sent from the back then they don't make any more but I bought one bottle of it You know out of some guy's warehouse almost fifteen years ago and I when on our anniversary or like some big event our our that. Cologne yet my wife's hates it but I wear. See I could see it if I dress but I don't dress up very much at all like I don't even I. Even if I went to like a or something, you know I would just I just wear a nice polo shirt with nice pants but I don't wear the tie and they'll do the suit unless I really have to, and that's what I associate. The clone is when I'm wearing that those type of things are back when we were wearing pink izod shirts, you would like Dab Cologne all over. I let you way down wind. Yeah I wore here's thing. There were times my life when I wore a tie every day even when I didn't need to because it was like dress for success dress for the job you WanNa have in my thought was when newspaper Guy Every, day I came to work dressed for a funeral. Because thought. was you never really going to be sent to but you WANNA be able to fit in wherever you go so I always came to work. In case you know because he could be sent to court or you could be central funeral. Somebody's funeral today I was sitting the back and not stick out now but then you working radio alone by yourself a little room UCLA I wear blue jeans and t-shirts almost every day today have a button up shirt because I'm going to see a client at lunch but I address like a Bum Ivan I I have one tie and one white shirt that I wear. To, church every Sunday at with a pair of slacks and that's it. I just like to be comfortable. So it's you know and a lot of work when I was working on the weekends you know doing or whatever I come in here to sweatpants or whatever I'm just comfortable and feel that way and like you said, it's where you're going. I'm not big into these weapons. Gotcha. And here's the thing though I sometimes now you know again after having worn a tie every day for like some twenty years in an time having. Passi- then I look at like on the news or whatever like that TV men wearing suits and ties in use ask yourself where the hell did that ever Kyw what a stupid bashing. So. You're you wear a coat do you and you have a piece of cloth that hangs from your neck. Yeah. It's like what is nine? Oh I. Don't get it. All I. Know of course people wear those make a lot of money. Anyway saying just remember this happy National Radio Data you you as well. That's the way back in a moment on newsradio WAM eleven eighty we've got news next with great Todd Halliday on new newsradio wham eleven eighty. 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"Center Dot Com some restrictions apply. WHOA. Welcome Back Hey I. Am Sam Sam Schreier prototypical yes. Urban Dad Sam Schreier. That's her. Do. Did you know that today's national radio? Go I did todd just told me actually really yeah. You guys have little celebration or something like that he was. He was just telling me that we're the first original radio where it came I didn't really understand everything he was saying but yes, do. Go Yeah exactly. Yup It's bogus, bogus. Miserable I national. Radio Day. Okay. If I don't get the day off or get free pizza I really see. Be National Radio. Day New all the radio guys on facebook or a lot of back patting going. His master. This is our holidays are sacred. Day. I get nothing for it and win every. Thursday right? Yes. Okay. That's good. I'll take. A welcome to our national radio. Day Celebration Guys Braulio. We'll get little hats and noisemakers later Sarah excited for I think a a thoughtful message from the boss probably some engraved plaques for a saw a commemorative coin Gary in our pocket I. Think good stuff coming. It'll be perfect. I'll put it in my trophy room is The trophy room with the bath and shower or the one without the bathroom shower. Without how many how many bathrooms up at your we have one a two to. About that I. Bob Asks Sam tough. Questions. Yummy SAM. Right now, how many bathrooms in your house? pool gosh. Now 'cause I P in the backyard a lot. So I'm I'm unsure shirt myself. It's who both so two bathrooms at your house yet. Alright. Do both of them have like a tub or shower or something like that the one upstairs is fault full bathroom. The one downstairs is just the toilet in the it's a standup shower type deal. You know there's no tub. Yeah all right I think. I don't use the downstairs ever. I mean it's really go to the bathroom very rarely I see unless if I'm playing with my son down there, we're playing games or something it's downstairs in the basement I four K.. Oh Yeah. Yeah. Basically just have a ranch. It's just a ranch. So that's just one story and then the basement which tasting. Okay. Cool. That's that's outstanding. Very Nice very, very nice. Stand up shower you say, Yup, as contrasted with. While it's contrasted with are there are there are there lay down showers? You know that's a good question thing there are for old people they do have sit down show, right? Exactly. Yeah. I don't want one of those. No Okay. Last time you took a bath. Long Long Long Long. Can share something close sharing personal with you Sam because we've grown da like complete strangers over these months together. How long have we worked together now ending up ending two months now? Yeah that's all been covert time though. The. Do I don't want this. Have you ever heard of him royds yes can. You know them personally yes me too. Not that often thankfully years pass in between saying yeah, but. The the doctor toy longtime ago. Well, if you sit and really hot water, maybe that'll help you. You know. So the only time I ever get in the TUB is at that. At that juncture in life. Yeah and I really want her can I can I ask a question though because I'm curious colon? No. No about about taking bass like my dad like takes baths like I am. So he's got the emeralds row. Maybe that's just how he was raised right showers in using showers came about in my lifetime when I was a boy known haddish at least where we lived nobody had a shine. Yeah that was a new thing. Maybe your dad just grew up you know yeah, I mean I was wondering I didn't know if it was if it was something like you know like you said like at a certain time like my my dad's is about your age, right? Up Your fire get out of here. No other way to say that might have been you know my dad is a young man like yourself. He you know how old is your dad? Six. Same Age Sixty one outstanding Gary. Cool. Very cool and you're how old again I've thirty six. Okay. Yeah. I've a thirty five year olds. Yeah, right yeah and and here's thing I wish I'd had children earlier your address was smarter yeah a and I have a I have a half brother with that's a you know twenty years younger than I am so you know. Your Dad and I have lung common. y'All sustained vitality through right So your your dad has a teenage son. Actually it's my mom is actually my mom my mom has a teenage son what he's so he was twenty, one, twenty one. So here's the deal. Okay. Okay. He's an the age difference between your your half brother and you fourteen. And I hate to say half brother but your brother, yeah but he's he's in the military. Yeah. That's cool. What's he does in the army he works on helicopters. Nice. He's in Germany right now outstanding says the yeah that's cool. That's a that's a prudent thing to do exactly brothers actually in charge of break in a bob but different thing but we were back to. Your Daddy Engine You dad who loves to listen hear you talk on the radio who knows what fascinating subjects you'll bring up We're not talking about your dad in the bathtub. But he when he when he bathes himself, he takes a bath. Yes. Okay. That's cool. You're allowed to do that. Yeah I was just I just wondered if it was the thing that like you know because I know other people too that are again around the age that they do the tops and they don't really do shower and it's more comfortable for him. They feel like they get more clean by doing that So I was just curious. I didn't know I the argument for the feel like they get more clean. I don't I wouldn't be convinced by the shirt because you soak in your Jews exactly. Yeah. I like washing away a great just take it away all the gunk on me should go down the drain it should not flow back. Agree agree when your dad is in the tub, how does he wash his hair? don't get down or does he? I think I think he just gets a shampoo and then just just will it with with the shampoo regularly. Shampoos involved like how does he get his head wet and how does he? got like a company dumps the water in the company Okay Yeah, that's how you do when you're giving kids. In the TUB. Very nice well. I prefer to talk about the bathing habits of women but if it's got to be your dad I'm that's fine. It just shows again we're comfortable with each other stuff like. No and your dad could sue the station. That's fine. he doesn't use like Mr, bubbler anything I don't think so I know. About a tub is taking a bath the at least one yet with kids it takes more time. You have to draw the tub you know it it's a little more. You know it's a slower process I think. Yeah you know a shower you you shower I do shower. Yes. Good. Yeah. Do you is again this is we'll be fired before the salaries over in national radio. Listeners right now when you shower. Do use a lot of soap. Yes I do. I do in my bathing for most of my life, I've kind of not complete. Sometimes, I've skipped completely the soap part. Really. Yeah. That's non-judgmental response. Is You know it's funny. Because my what I use the bar. So I enjoy. My wife does not like to use bar. So all she I think should just use like the you know the liquid yes exactly. Exactly. We Yeah. I I I do use but I don't watch my whole body I wash places would grow got it and I don't like but here's thing I have an inside job I don't. I don't get dirty right?.
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"Different people folks just ask the question almost in exasperation bordering on hopelessness. What can we do? What can we do? Right. I mean, what? What, what is our stick to pick up and wave around to advance our interests and views? How do we get this guy off our back again everybody wants to you know where we don't WanNa get Cova dangerous but it is undeniable that the current restrictions imposed upon us by Andrew Cuomo have almost nothing whatsoever to do with containing a covert in are truly about containing us and as he piddles and dances and holds his daily press conferences as he writes his book and all this other stuff. Well We, we are suffering in businesses and jobs and careers and educations are being thrown away. On his say so. And we are a people who are supposed to according the Constitution have redress for our grievances. In this situation as I detail there in the column are our options are almost not existent. You can't sue him. You can't vote him out. You can't go to legislature and say help us help us. Right. He's got all locked up. He's got us all locked up. Is. There an active civil disobedience? I, it can burn tires in the middle of the throughway. Would we want to? could we find sixty thousand people to? March across the Mario M. Cuomo Bridge. Or are we just stuck? Are we powerless. Are we completely at the mercy of a man who doesn't know what that word means? Numbers to those are questions I'd like you to answer. And your response might be, Hey, bob probably you should try to calm down or something because it's clearly going frigate psycho numbers one, eight, hundred, two, nine, five, eleven eighty to two to eleven year calls are on the air right after this break on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Welcome back according to someone in law enforcement Currently, there's a twelve year old I'll read the text So right now a twelve year old boy is driving all over the culver road and Melville area in a stolen KIA and a high rate of speed with no regard for anyone safety almost striking police vehicles. it continues our PD cannot pursue just monitor. They're almost begging for a trooper or to pursue close quote. So anyway will keep an eye on that and hope that no one gets injured. that twelve year old boy of course will be a home for dinner to the extent that there is home numbers to to to eleven eighty Martin. Glad you phoned up. Welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Good Morning Bob. In my opinion if she doesn't humble and south and listen to the voice of the people who is supposed to represent. There's only one way this is gonNA unfold. He's GonNa push people too far and they're gonNA, rebel violently I hope to God that does not happen. But far as I can see, insurrection is around the corner. He doesn't wake up and smell the coffee. I I I. Don't think so. And I certainly don't hope so. insurrection is would be, here's a thing insurrection by. stable America Class America. Would not be likely to occur because the institutions society against which one would interact like the police and the you know the town hall of the City Hall. Are. All things which you know middle class America. typically respects and has a very favourable view of. could there be insurrection from disaffected America will. Yeah. But that would be from the not on this 'cause it you look at the video out of Portland Oregon, Seattle Washington portions, of Chicago that is insurrection. Created that little place where they cut themselves off from the world and said that they are independent and sovereign that was insurrection but that's of the progressive. Left. against. Governor Cuomo. people will not rise up in the streets. There will be no of violence. There will be no attacks or burnings or this than the other. Which interestingly, enough the the state legislature seems to respond to right he a little bit of riot here a little bit ago, and they had lickety-split the very next week all their so-called police reforms passed right through and signed by the governor. They are very eager for that prompting and promoting. no is something civil probably something socioeconomic I I don't know now here's the deal. Typically. A leader of a government entity like the state of New York or of a business or a family. Who Learns your nose or or or the tax that a large peop- group of people are upset or a portion of their constituents Europe said, they would want to get together and say, let's talk this out and work this out How can I do better? What do you need a? Here's my problem with you what your problem with me right let's talk it out. Let's fix this. That's. What you do in your home that's what you or your boss would do in your workplace. That's what you do. If you had a beef with your neighbor, that's what happened if the folks to pews over on your toes at Church, and that's what a prudent and reasonable elected official would do but that's not the way Andy Roles Steve I'm glad you called Sir Welcome to newsradio Ham eleven eighty. He rules like a thug and I, can you know I grew up in an Clifford Avenue, as a kid we're roughly the same agent as remember as a kid. We had a lot of the gangsters in the area that you know. They ruled that way people were afraid of. And unfortunately, the only way you bring those people down was legally and I mean you're not gonNa rise up and like your previous caller said and go after the governor because we're not going to go against the state police any of that stuff. So I guess I really hope Legalese you can try and take them down because he rules. He rose like a gangster. Did you know he rules with fear? He Inflicts Fear and People You. Had that guy on last week with Arrowhead from the golf course there and and I remember him saying he was he was a little upset that has gofundme page. You know that some of his fellow restaurants and things really didn't get on there. You know they wanted to. But there were freight because they know this guy's cronies will go on that page look and see who's supporting Arrowhead golf club and then okay after them Amen. That's how gangsters rule. Amen. Amen, thank you, Steve. The, only hope is criminal prosecution and there's there's almost no hope of that one. He may not be a criminal. to a member, there was that whole big commission and you know there was corruption in New York state politics all around him but the federal government stayed well away from him there will be no state oversight the State Attorney General will never investigate or do anything against Cuomo, if he were to be engaged in criminal activity I, guarantee you that a Democrat justice. Department which you know there's a fair chance about to get would not look into so you know are. I I. You know. Do you move you hunker down. The A takeup Yoga I'm not exactly sure why don't we stop Then, it's talked about something different Todd Halley's got a complete newscast for us this. Well, this is where you go looking for news because of Todd held in his wonderful staff, you go to newsradio eleven eighty..
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"I know you live area when the Hilton recommended. Hills. Of the West side of handed, they will lay outstanding as you get down into the where you get South Henrietta yet south Dan. So we have plenty O- hills around here news with a great Alexa Olson. Then you dear friend on Newsradio wham eleven. Pay Tax. Logging that tank we deliver propane straight to you exchanger and. Does through. That's. PAY TAXI PAYING TAXES DOT COM let's cooking this weekend. If grilling is your plan, then make it easy on yourself. Go to propane taxi dot com enter Promo Code Q ten for ten dollars I barbecue tank exchanged delivered to your door. It's that easy with propane taxi so you can focus on family friends and fun. Tell it's not the same thing I say not at the Fisher House the Fisher House is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having that assurance that no matter what is long as we were there for Anson, that someone would be there to take care of us. took. So much weight off our shoulders out. Can you help go to fisherhouse Dot.
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"We have never been perfect. We have always been the best and we have always been working towards being better. We've never been perfect in that. We have been subject in this nation to the frailties of humankind plenty. We. Have always been best in that. We have always led the parade towards liberty. And we've always been working to be better. We have through a process that has taken time. and which is a far from completion probably never will be appropriately complete. But we have been perfecting and expanding our understanding of liberty over the course of our history. It has been a journey. And each step has taken us to a new place a new celebration new embrace of the rights of man. Into denounce the places we've been because they are not the place we are now. Is To somehow reject the journey of evolution and growth and increased fidelity. To the principle of freedom which has made us who we are today, and if we will just keep working and pushing the even better place will be tomorrow. But. You do not build tomorrow by condemning yesterday. and. You do not help America by teaching people to hate Americans and you do not advance any cause by disrespecting anthem and flag. and. So like I said, you can neal if you want but I'm an American and Americans don't kneel before anybody but God and Americans, respect the national anthem from I know to last we stand at attention with our hand over our heart. That's just the way we row I'm Bob Lon spree and this is your..
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"Meanwhile appealed all canes die candidate seventy, four In Atlanta Georgia, his hometown of covid nineteen he went to the trump rally in Tulsa. He also was at a a few other public events in that time of frame. Earlier. This month he was diagnosed with covert and at eight seventy four he has today passed away He had a a presidential run. His big issue was a tax reform. You may recall nine, nine, nine was what he did. He went to I think morehouse a traditionally Black College he went off got his masters I think at purdue and he became a businessman R- ran. I. Food Service businesses for awhile became leader of like some Association of Food Service businesses. As I recall nationally, he was the president of the Federal Reserve Bank I believe in Kansas City some someplace in the mid West and he rose very prominently in conservative Republican circles a powerful keenly intelligent man with just a wonderful of a mind and way of communicating what was on his mind again, Herman Cain has died today at seventy four of covert Again, people will naturally ask about somebody's appearance is here of late including with President trump at that, Tulsa rally? weren't be joined by a anchor well-beloved in this community over channel. Ten is Deanna Durbin good morning ma'am. Welcome to the show. Good morning how are you good i. so apologize for intruding in your morning I. Know You're busy being a mom and everything else and just kind of thrown at you So first of all, I, appreciate your time and forbearance you're very nice person. Well no apologies needed. I was certainly what I'm here to talk to you about was an experience and I'm more than willing to share you and your son took a trip here the other day please tell us about it ma'am. We did so my son is just graduating from high school, and as you know for graduating seniors, this has been a really trying time, and so I wanted to do something special with just the two of us. And when I saw that there was going to be the public viewing and a chance to pay. Tribute. To. A Great Leader in a credible patriotic American and someone certainly who has made such a difference in all of our lives and that's representative. John Lewis I said you know what? Kiddo we'll make a day trip. And because I'm from the big state of Texas, where in eight hour drive is absolutely nothing We decided to go ahead and do it and we I'm so glad we did I'm exhausted but I am so glad we did now I want to tell you what the environment was like. It was hotter and BC than I've ever seen it. You know and I used to visit these see pretty regularly this was. Amazing and and I'm speaking as a Texan who used to heat but it was air temperature, seven degrees and horrible humidity. So it was a heat index well over one hundred. And so my Drove eight hours then we. Walked. according to my watch a little more than two miles and then we waited in line for another two hours and it was during that time that I got to talk to these extraordinary people. Of course we're all wearing our masks but I am always journalist I don't turn it off. And, I got to talk to extraordinary people who are there with their children and National Public Radio journalist who is right in front of me, and she was there with her eight year old and her eight-year-old went to the line was so long to play with other children they brought a car game and they were sitting there on the steps of the Capitol as we were waiting playing this card game and I looked at those children and they were children of every race and creed. Sitting there waiting to pay tribute to John Lewis. and. That was absolutely the very embodiment of history. You know he in Martin hoped for the sons of former slaves. Miss Sends a former slave owners would sit together the table of brotherhood and there they were. I was watching it happened right before me. I got a beautiful picture of these children all playing together and they become fast friends over this two hour wait in line. To, lower in line, we're all talking and I talked to a man from Virginia. He was late seventies and this was an extraordinary line. To wait in a white gentleman seventies. Waiting in this line and I said, why is it so important for you to be here and he said, where else would I be? which I thought was extraordinary. So we waited in the two airline which surprisingly considering the length of the line moved pretty quickly and they had his body with a row of gorgeous white flowers. And and then to members of the military on either side. And the coffin was flag-draped. It's at the top. Of the steps on the east side of Capitol, and then they had several lines of where you could stay there in front of the Capitol for in front of the casket for some time as you. Soaked in the moment and prayed for him and pay tribute to him. And you know we'd all been talking and and you know just kind of Chatty for the two hours that were in line, and then as you arrived right there in front of the steps on that you side of the Capitol it became hushed. And then this woman who was obviously obviously professionally trained she sounded like she was either a lyric soprano or a Coloratura which is the highest voice part. started singing, swing-low-sweet-chariot. I've just got chills. It was so Beautiful. Into look around in that line and to see people of every race. Color and creed. who had waited two hours in the heat. I thought it was especially poignant for his fraternity brothers to be there. So he was a member of Phi Beta sigma. Their colors are blue and white, and they were all there in their royal blue jackets with the sigma insignia on it full suits and ties. And their jackets in over a hundred degree. Heat. And so I talked to them about why it was so important for them to be there in a suit. And they said we needed to give this man to respect that he's do. And I don't care how hot it is. We are going to put on a suit. To honor congressman, Lewis. And then there were probably about forty or fifty of them and they all join hands and they sing the fraternity chapter him standing right there beneath the casket it was. Amazing to witness. It was amazing. Well. Worth an eight hour drive. It's usually about a seven hour drive but as most of New Yorkers, no highway eighty, one can be a bear and so we sat there for about an hour and a half. So it took a bit longer to get there. It was so..
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"And wrapped with paper. Sometimes I'll pour a beer down in their. Wrap it all back up and set it under there for another few hours until I get it up to about two hundred ten degrees, and it is fall off the bone. If there was a bone, there isn't in the risk, but it is justice tender as you could possibly imagine, it's wonderful food, and you make a few mistakes on the way up that ladder. Let me tell you. How heavy is that brisket? What's the way to their brisket? You're doing? Oh. Gosh I forget eighteen pounds. Maybe fifteen eighteen pounds ain't got the big. Dig There's the flat and the point and when you look at a brisket. The you think the point is the flat in a flat as the point, it's just the opposite of what you'd think of this and it is You Know Tim. Do you Cook Brisket? He Hung Up. He hung up yeah I I love cooking brisket. It's so much fun, but there's a there's a failure to once in awhile. Overcook it and dry it out. Especially the thinner part you, the more you experiment with the more I have, these I would love one of those meters, and when you're done using years. If you wanted to give me years, that would be great so I don't have to spend a hundred bucks. But if you and I have temperature thermometers that you plug into the end of it, and you can tell what the temperature is internally during the whole process, and that's the key. Jamaican yourself decent brisket. So speaking of hanging up and not hanging up. We've got a listeners on the loose. Following this final break, right? My Gosh were there. We go navy so when we come back. It's you our callers in. For the Bob Blondes very show to two to eleven eight. Eighty and one eight, hundred, two nine five eleven eighty for listeners on the loose after this final break..
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"They've got their political views, and they WANNA use their their broadcast to advance their political views I. guess that's their prerogative. Knock yourselves out. But. You're going to have to look the other way on this. Don't cover. Don't cover this right. Don't let this Sh- quiet. Keep these on the down low. This'll be between us are I. AM policeman hold real. Quick Rachelle. Welcome Ma'am you're on newsradio. WHAM eleven eighty. Good morning, Bob, thanks for having me how you did. I will thank you. Just want to. Yeah I just wanted to kind of the. or the pulling of the show cops and the paramount networks. I watched the show. Many times and I feel like the cops that are on the show are very compassionate with the folks that they're just trying to. They're helping the folks there. Multiple colors race races ages run. The show had one become dull to I'll be honest with you. sometimes on cops in years past watching a long time, but sometimes on COPS I. I actually thought it was a very straight show. Because when the cops were bad, they showed it I. Remember once show out of Buffalo and the buffalo cops were. Very, unnecessarily ruffo people, and I thought man and I remember once there is a show on cops. out. A New Orleans at Mardi gras time, and those cops were thugs. Okay, They're all white. Whatever I know. Thugs supposed supposedly some charge word I think it's a conduct thing and those copter dog, so you know I I I'm pro law enforcement, but cops opened a window, and sometimes it was jeepers I'm glad I live where I live. We have. We have a lot better cops that way back with you in a moment, listeners on the loses next on newsradio eleven.
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"What you drive away from your body as you ever. More focus on the pollutant You have put into. It is good health right you you as as the pollutant in your body occupies evermore Of Your time and and and who? You are physically than vitality and fitness. And you know the appropriate function of our Oregon Systems. And all that other stuff. There's less for room for that I think it's easy to see those things if we're talking about some substance but I and it's good that it's easy to understand that because I would like to suggest that you take that same kind of concept and you apply to non physical things that we could put into our body say Anger if anger is something we allow to pollute who we are That anger like most pollutants will grow We will If find ourselves you know with an escalating amount it'll be like one of those corona virus graphs from back win right And the anger will become evermore defining who we are and it will push out the other sweeter Pure better more useful Emotions and approaches. So that the natural compassion kindness and decency that are in. Most people will be pushed out the door incrementally by the ever rising power of of of anger that pollutant in our lives. What about pornography? And you know not to come off like The pastor from when you were a teenager but a pornography is something that you know this day and age and the last generation or so if pretty broadly embraced is a pollutant to our mind. Our our spirit to our a social attitudes and expectations and like other pollutants to our body. AH soul or mind it It tends to metastasis it You use a little bit and then you want to use a little bit more and ultimately it can become a priority all pollutants are potentially addictive. Meaning that something kicks in either of the mind or body which creates a a gnawing dependence upon that pollutant than that. Obviously as we mentioned is true of alcohol drugs you can also be true of of the the bad attitudes and emotional responses like anger it also that can be true of some of these pollutants we put into our our our mind and soul again like pornography there is undeniably addiction which can kick in and they're also in that pushing out of what is wholesome and good he. We can lose our understanding and even our Ability to Form Real relationships and find real satisfaction or happiness In the real world What a horrible damage that would be to a person or to American family There also are a pollutants of of of attitudes and even philosophies falsehood Typically is not very appealing But you know you can apparently Rapa Turda pretty enough bow and make it sell. And there are philosophies in attitudes abroad in the world and some of them do relate to things like politics or economic systems and these Pollutants of the mind and a society have the same effect as the other pollutants. We have discussed they Sink their roots into US and they tend to task the size and they tend to take us over they attend tend to become bigger batter and As they grow that's true of all pollutants to include some of these economic or political or or social ideas that are out about And being aware of this phenomenon and it just as you can become addicted to a substance or to a thought pattern or to behavior you can become. I believe functionally addicted to your relationship with even a political idea or a socioeconomic I idea and they Can leave the bounds of rational engagement and become something of a. I don't know passionate Kind of over the top Sorta deal How do we Avoid a pollutants. How do we handle them? The best way to avoid Pollutants and the addictive processes associated with them is to never try them or take them up in the first place the only time you can be confident of a escaping an addiction of any sort behavioral or attitudinal or chemical or physical is to never do that thing or use that substance to which you might potentially become addicted and how to do that or how to step out of the swamp into which we have stepped. Think you hold up a simple standard. Does this bring me closer to God? Does this bring me closer to my family? Does this bring me closer to the people around me? There's this make me want to do good or just make me want to do. Evil is this of light or is it of darkness and be honest in your assessment and that which is good and light go in that direction and that which is a dark and bad. Don't go in that direction and be aware of the lure and temptation. That may attach to that. Let's not pollute ourselves. Your hometown is a production of iheartmedia and it originates each week under the auspices of Radio Station W. H. am in Rochester New York. I hope that you will tune in again next weekend until then remember to do your best. I'm Bob Lawns and this is your hometown..
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"That's that's what every gal wants to hear right. How how how are you in Bob? How how's your house your marriage? Well he he has a go at it. I say the way I say I say to my kids all time. It's just give it a go. See what happens yeah right. Yeah that sounds more American there. 'cause here's the deal. The only time is going to pass no matter what right. This hour is gonNA pass. If you're lucky enough to stay alive in this hour's GonNa pass no matter what so go have a go at it. That's right okay. Well do you think that was helpful for folks. I think it was. Yeah why I think the thing that holds people back so much as they're afraid of not being able to. They're afraid of failing they're afraid of looking foolish especially the fear of failing which you and I do not suffer. Well you can't do what we do and be hampered by fear of failure of course not that three FS foolish failure at. That's right and if you have any of those fears I rice not the job for you. That's right so we've embraced of this slide on it's worked out great. Why don't you take your embrace of the three fs out out of this studio every day and bring it home? You know. I believe I will and let me know that you're gonNA give not being afraid of the three fs ago. It's picks up that I could say something right now but I shouldn't. It's Bobby Auburn shares. Stuff you won't hear on the show the BOB in Syria cast on the Bob and Sheri APP. Get it now I tune store or Google play. I'll work you know what's great about the subject. We're talking about things that people do to deliberately annoying you. The instigators are calling in. They're going yet. I'm the one who does. Is that because they enjoy doing that right now. I team eighteen All right how are you this morning. I'm well and is actually actually My son in law does it to my son in my. There's there's seventeen years difference my daughter and son a sixteen years apart so now now my son in law he knows I love games and he has every single game system dating back to whatever the smallest ones where back in the game boys or whatever and he puts them in or according to how they were purchased and my son in law when he comes in town to visit the first. Ip makes is he comes to my son's room and he changes maybe five or six games..
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"Down my driveway. Here's all the police. I mean just everything the everywhere you go up to the police well they just gave me these look like get out of here. Don't come over here here. Well how do you feel now. I mean you're out out there in the country and you've got these hungry. Who knows who knows who knows who is growing We'd around him. Does that make you feel you know unease. Yeah do you have. Do you have a man that you live with. Yeah he's he's got to at least two or three guns right. He has no guns no. I'm no I'm surprised began a BB gun. Well that's all that's all you need. That's all you need. You know we we. We live here because we want our privacy. What you want your privacy firm focused on your privacy for? I'm just curious. Because they get naked. They walk out in the back and they have a hot tub and the naked out there in the B- I knew something was going on. I can tell someone's going on because very often people that are real real focused on having their privacy have a need for their privacy. Because we've always lived in you know do these populated areas in the city pretty middle aged and tired of it all tired of the people and then what do you get you get marijuana growers and the US West Governor products in the backyard. What are you GonNa do open and take a relaxing soak in the tub that you can't Undo Gail really thank you? God bless you in a situation where doesn't need to mind our business because it could it be to make a long story short I look. I wonder I'm with you if perhaps that smoke interest. It's Bob and Sheri and stuff you won't hear on the show the Bob and Sheri cast on the Bob and Sheri APP. Get it now in itunes store or Google play. You WanNa hear some things I've found in your cat the owner's manual that can deepen and enrich your relationship with Kiki not at all. Are you sure because I have. I have some really good stuff like on page thirty two. This is about allergies. Because you know how you're allergic to the Katie and you suffer and and yet it's important to have this warm loving relationship with Katie and yet the allergies are between the two of us. It is not important. Horton Somme Dr Dr Marty Becker. WHO's the author of your cat? The owner's manual says investing. Kitty couture no. I'm not kidding. Dressing your cat not shirts sweater or bodysuit helps keep your home for free zone. I'm supposed to dress the cat up so it doesn't shed like in a little bodysuit. Yeah that's that's insane. That's a really really good idea. Yeah in the in the warmer weather coming up. That's a good idea. Now you know how you enjoy the sunshine you're always demanding to know where the sun is and fresh air is good right. Dr Marty Becker says how about taking your cat outdoors and walking anger with a harness that doesn't seo one person in my life do that and it was so ridiculous looking. Okay Dr Becker says all all right Bob that's not for you. One of my don't WanNa be walked. One of my colleagues a brilliant cat behaviorist tells me her. Cats live for the opportunity to go for a ride in a stroller. Any stroller with ZIP close seating area makes the perfect place for a cat to safely. See the world while you get in a walk. Have you ever seen a cat who is placed than something by human being. The cat felt comfortable. Whatever you you know? You don't know if Kiki would enjoy being pushed do you've not tried it. You don't know Bob Dr Marty Becker says one way to do is open a dedicated savings account and have of your bank deposit money into it to plan for Kiki's future healthcare. Needs Right here Dr. Andy would you like to teach savings account like like a health savings account. Yes the savings account which which like to teach. Kiki a treat a trick. I would keep Katie trading diving short and sweet. If the cat isn't having a good the time you're not doing it right sir. Tasty tiny treats that are easy to swallow and Bob Only Drink Kiki. When you're in a good mood the other thing that Dr Marty Becker suggests S.'s? Take your cat places. Take your cat with you. When you're making a deposit drive? Take Kiki with you to pick up fast food meal L.. Kiki experience rides in the car. You know there's an expression hurting. His heart is hurting cats. There's a reason for that expression. They can go wherever they WANNA go. They don't WanNa do what you wanted to. We used to have cats and we'd take them in the car and they would sit there and get really quiet and then they would just hang their mouth open with that tongue out and you knew what was coming next. Yep that's right you know how sometimes and this is the last tip Dr Marty Becker the author of your cat the owner's manual has you remember how I'm not sure she's doing it anymore. But you remember how Kiki used to wake you up on a weekend morning. Yeah because she wanted to eat right. Dr Becker has to tips visit you. Yeah the first I tip is to satisfy your cats hunger pangs without having to leave your bed. Purchase a timed feeder or leave a loaded puzzle hustle toy. These are toys. You can buy at the pet smart where you can put food in. The McKee can play with them to get the bits of food out. And you'll sleep restlessly while Kiki smacks around ARATU leaf plastic foodball. I know what you're you know what I did. I went out and I bought a A PAD scratching head. This is the fourth one that I've purchased. I've I've spent about Eighty Bucks on scratching pets so should stop tearing up she. She liked the thin one. But it wasn't enough. I found a big one and make me stop. Why am I talking about Dr? I read about that in the book. Dr Becker said that you should get down on your hands and knees and scratched it yourself. I'm going to tell you have done. Yeah and you know. There's nothing like scratching on something a cat spin on when you're allergic that it gets underneath your nails and then maybe later you touch your I. It's a great idea. Here's Dr Bekker's Final tip that. I'm going to share with you. I thought the last one was the final. This is this is about feeding. Kiki gets hungry. Wakes you up and once you feed her and she search she needs to eat. Becker says why not try a bedtime snack of fat free or low fat sliced is Turkey it contains strip to fan and essential amino acid. That is so she can sleep quality because cats don't get enough sleep. How many cats have you seen that? Were walking around and they just say I'm just not getting enough sleep all day. You should get down on your hands and knees Kiki's slice Turkey events if I could sit out of my hands in these in Kiki's in my mind she here on this show Bob and Sheri hot cast on the Bob and sorry. I was online at this British website and they had an article about a woman who is Carol. Anne Rice life coach it. Just we're talking now and I don't know how I feel about life coaches but Here's what she says. Commit or coast. Don't sit on the fence in in life. So here's how you grab your destiny like a boss and you can start today. Give one hundred percent to what you must due today. Stop Moaning resisting and coasting. If you are in paid worker you work for yourself go the extra mile give it a one hundred percent put your heart and soul. Olen Day everything you do address your home your friendships your relationships and all your actions own it Mann Simons sounds really tiring Do you do you put your heart and soul into how you dress. I've read everything. I live with such enthusiasm and it never gets in the way of my incompetence. I'm out I never let Pity uh or clumsiness. Get in the way mine. Are you telling me that you I mean I know people and and generally they're women though sometimes there are men and that you could tell held that they are thinking about what they're wearing no matter where they go they could be going to the supermarket and they are thinking about what they're where I am not that person I will throw on a cranberry island sweatshirt and a pair of Shorts and just go out even when I look like crap. It's enthusiastically. Yeah I'm one hundred percent I'm all in all the time I'm so even if even if it looks like a little strange you know that it the colors or even if they don't I'm in it. It's not by an accident I I live absolutely like. Let's go gator dime. Yeah other with the other tae coldly pausing the CHICK-FIL-A and there is a girl. I guess she was around seventeen or eighteen. An Inter Pajamas. Light Blue Pajamas and I couldn't believe it flannel pajamas waiting for her chicken sandwich. Tie wish wish I was the how can you do that. How can you do that? Some people are worried about you. Know being foolish or embarrassed or awkward or looking stupid you bid and that is just not something I live with. I know that I'm gonNA often look foolish. Awkward stupid or be embarrassed and I don't care it's not they don't care I don't WanNa let looking stupid stopped me from living my life your life. I've been tap dancing now for five years. I'm terrible like I'm I'm just straight up. Awkward almost almost get into tears because I struggle with so much. If you think that stops me from putting on like sequins and getting out there and tap dancing you can I just think again. I like ways but if I can't tap dance I'm not putting on my sequence onto slept just not getting out there. Now Stop worrying worrying about what people think about you. That's none of your business. Be The author of your own destiny. Commit to something and do it wholeheartedly. If you WanNa right then do it show show up and do it. Don't delay don't put off until tomorrow. There's never a right time. That's so true there is never a right time. If you just say well you know. I'll start this at this time it. That's that's just not true. Excuses are not a life plan. Allow your dreams as much credence and importance as your fears. Oh that's a good one there. Yup that's one. I'd have to worry about their dare to have a go at it and stop waiting. Searching Admit Right now take risks successful successful. People take risks develop their resilience and have a go at it without. I guess this this is definitely English because we don't say have a go at it. Do we I don't know I do. Sometimes I hear people say that. Yeah yeah I I agree completely with all of this you know. They start using that phrase with Mary. How about but we have a go at it? Maybe not it sounds like you're not gonNa do it. You just gotTa give it your best effort really. Yeah and let's have a go at it rather than saying let's do this. You See. Yeah you're right like I might fail. Yeah Yeah remind me not to use. Yeah that was a terrible idea on my part.
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"Someplace in taxes. I forget where you would be inside the snake cage and you would each some snakes. Did you eat them for real. No no you just pretended to swallow them. That's why he had this special pants. Well no because he also aid zone MHM pocket in the back of that make like I was. Yeah we got. Did you ever tell you. Any of the girls or women in the Carnival dated a lot of girls surprising. You women are sick creatures. Amen Amen Amen I listen. Hey Ed if I see a man that's sitting in a cage. Eaten his own crap. I'M GOING THERE IS MR next right. Yeah come on worse. We love show business where I get my shower. The end of the night there'd be girls hanging around. I'd be going out of there and they did. They say what do you do. I'd say I'm the guy that says an occasion. Oh let's go out you something to eat. I'm like okay. How long did ah by the way we just pulled up a poster for that for that carnival How long were you with them? Through the summer just through so why. Why doesn't anybody know this about you? This seems like a pretty outrageous colorful sort of story. Yeah well nobody where I live down knows about it. Nobody in the grass twenty years is heard about it. So are you married now or a single. I'm widowed. You're widowed okay. Now you've had quite Ed. Thank thank you so much. It's Bob and Sheri Bob and Sheri at instantly get podcast and odd cast years ago. We had a listener of the Bob and Sheri Show who owned a furniture company. And he said Bob and Sheri I want I like you so much. I want you to be so comfortable every morning in your Bob and Sheri Studio that I want you to have these chairs and they gave this is like fifteen years ago. They gave us these great chairs and I have the same chair that I sit in except the back started to go back too far and I couldn't figure it out and I want to thank todd for this morning. He came in and he adjusted the back of my chair and now is just perfect. Thank thank you todd. Now here is something. I don't WanNa thank you for last night. I was sitting outside at an outside restaurant with my wife. catty-cornered looking looking at you and you ignoring me completely completely ignored me. No this is. This is what happened Mary. We went to get a nice time. I I'm looking at the guy I just want the floor. Don't say anything. I want the audience on my side. Completely it so. I'm sitting there waiting for the pizza. You can sit outside and they bring you pizza. Mary's inside getting some some wine. I'm having a beer. I look over for in the table. catty-cornered there's like twelve th the picnic benches I go that looks just like todd except he's got an unrecognizable trucker hat that I've never I seen before. He's got big time sunglasses on and by the way it was it was getting kind of dark outside. He's got a t shirt that I did not recognize and and the woman that he's with has her back to me and I'm looking at the guy and I'm Bob Right. I don't have a hat on. I don't have any disguise on and I'm going he he can see me so that that can't be taught and then Mary comes walking along she goes. Hi Todd Go. Hi Hi hi Bob. What was what's up with that? What was that okay? You tied in the code of safety so that he can speak him staring at you trying to do I contact addict put. It didn't look like you all right step in time on Conan evens coat of safety is not what help. Here's is the deal Bob. You're out to dinner with your wife having a cocktail. Did you really want to be bothered by anybody. The the Likud. Thank you very much. I work with you every day. I don't see you very much. I haven't seen JEN girlfriend. A longtime umbreit like to say hello. Bob Yes and we did. We came over said hello but story uncomfortable hearing at you like you're like an undercover CIA. Guy I and I'm starting to feel creepy if that's not you and I'm staring at you. It's like who is this. I didn't want to interfere with your night out because I know how important it is that you just want to be left alone to eat your pizza drink your cocktail and spend time with your wife and so I didn't want to buy why is the res- you're looking for a bottle of wine. I was alone own at the table. Now here's the thing I was wearing a t shirt that had the high school that my children have been attending for the last eight years which I have repeatedly said over and over and over the name of the school yes do you believe him. No I and I was wearing a hat. It abused begins with an S.. Right no it was a p the word school begins with an SDS. You could have credit so anyway but no. I didn't think you wanted to be disturbed hurt so and we were gonNA come by as we wrap up because we were getting ready to wrap up well. It was so awkward. 'cause I'm staring at you and it looks chosen since you're in Kony safety Is it not true that you would prefer when you're out with your wife to not be bothered and to just be impeached with you. That would close friends that with people that I work with every day but sign out. I haven't seen JEN and a why I know but we didn't want to interfere. We knew you guys were out for a night you know because then you guys have that awkward then we have that awkward weird moment where you feel like you have to invite us to sit down to talk to you guys which we really knew you didn't want to. We were headed somewhere else where they had cheaper y Now Todd I'm feeling since we're in the code of safety now you have to be very honest was part of your decision to behave this way because you don't want him to do to that restaurant what what he did to about Schmidt Exactly okay or or the or the fact that there was a tap room in wine bar there too. I don't want any I don't want any bad. You can't talk bad about. Oh Great God of safety. So don't be defensive. Also this place. 'CAUSE I go there too. It's right near the dance studio so I'll be there. You'll see me there a a lot to. You'll say hello to her. Oh my God yeah I'll pull up a chair There's a concern that the pizza will not be to your liking. And Todd doesn't want to hear that and I can tell by your face that the pizza was not to your like it was good. Okay what kind of cases did you get suspicious Queenie anything. I got the Just the traditional cheese Pizza Margherita not the Margarita the one with tomato sauce as soon as I said your pulse. This is not to your liking. I could no. I liked it. I liked it was it was it was better than all right having a very nice sign above tombstone but nowhere or near popping dough Well I mean pepys. Let's let's not get crazy Very good I was having a very nice whatever Redo. Don't go to the place across the street because you'll order glass of wine and they will bring you out a thimble from barbies playhouse. It is the worst forever. Wherever and you know this show we stand for nothing else? We stand for quality poor at a bar. You know what both both of you don't WanNa see me out. That's what it came down to because I don't WanNa see that's another show together. Make your wife happy because I pointed out where all the half price bottle of wine nights were within the driving distance of where we were last night and that will make her happy. Yeah I mean if you have your strategy right you can go half price wine Sunday to Thursday. Oh you're good years zip code. Well we relieving the healthy lifestyle though uh-huh we've got him morons with Bob and Sheri a moron. It's morons in the news news. I just don't understand the world we live in sometimes. You've got a kid. There's a decent chance they're obsessed with playing fortnight. We were talking about fortnight. What about two weeks ago last week? let's just hope that you can curb that obsession before it turns into a situation like this there is a woman. Her name is Rita Hodge Hodge and. She lives way over in Sydney Australia and she says her fourteen year old boy is beyond addiction to fortnight. She says he only leaves the house once a week. He refuses to go to school anymore and when she tried to take away his. PS Four. He he head butted her. She's been bringing in doctors and experts to try to break his addiction. Nothing is working and while she keeps trying to figure out how to help them now. She says she's sharing her story to raise awareness about the video game.
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"Fifteen guys. Nee Matt Okay got to be careful with this one fun fact your body count. It doesn't increase if you already have previously been with someone with that name so for example my body count this year was one even though why was with seventeen guys they were all named Matt I have never. I'm senior thing I've never dated never dated a minute. I've never dated a matt or a Kyle but I've every woman that has dated a kyle has had her heartbroken by. Is that right. That other woman talking about that Here's another woman. I have slept with enough guys named Matt to populate a small town in Ohio and and and it goes on and on. There's there's like fifty. There's too many guys name mad at this whole foods food. So what do you think this is is this thing I've ever heard of this before. And I mean there are every one of these posts is getting re tweeted like hundreds of times You know because I've missed dating a Mat- I've only worked with mats and I have worked with now that we're having this conversation so many matt serve you. Yeah so you're looking in restaurants ONS. TV What you've never dated one. That's that's what these women dated Matt. Well you relate now and I don't want to sit sir say that I was anti dating because I don't want to hurt the feelings of any of the mats that I know what you would be anti Kyle if you're out there kyle. Kyle is very very appealing. But I've learned from other women Kyle is a dangerous concept. Anything could happen with Kyle. Yeah it's an exciting exciting name. It's an exciting relationship until he breaks your heart. Thank you so much for listening to the Bob and Sheri repoed cast. And the Bob and Sheri odd cast. We would love if you would subscribe rate and review and share it with a friend on facebook twitter instagram. Wherever you go and thank you again for listening?.
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"Canarian whatever you're gonNA live off week live off a lot of fish that you guys excellent fishing up there I mean that is so bob sting carrying a canoe factor no no not at all because like the like the experience the stories you would have had you gone and picked up sticks for three days without bathing with other men you know here's the deal you would commute ago so I would have the stories love yeah so many I don't know I know but the actual going through with it for like three days and the one in the panhandle I mean it was in the swamp near nothing that had a guide eaters and stuff yeah of the two I would have picked the stick trip and here's why no gators less risk of snakes and you're not it doesn't require like marksmanship or wilderness craftiness to pick up a stick you think I could handle that pretty well I could have blown everybody away to be honest with you know okay what I'd be doing behind their back I brush my teeth Oh yeah I would say would know and they were talking smack about they probably would they said he had fresh breath it'd be like yeah man can pick up the stick candy to rough it do that the father never took me again on that duck hunting excursion who's always kind of disappointed what probably was I remember I was probably talking to each st yourself not to be shut up and read it once and then you read it again leave this is Bob and Cherries and believe me you're GonNa like this Bob because it's about food eaten okay you like food you like to get eaten on you know let's just pause for a moment from your listeners because I I've just noticed I've been talking about food plot and how much I like to put my my head inside of a pizza box but I am not a big guy you have some kind of ours Jackrabbit Matab well you know what I get in probably nine thousand steps a day that's just wonder by the way before you before you get your thinking sticking me off I carry I hate the updates on the iphone I'd just cannot stand it so I carry the iphone with me when I'm walking the dog to see missteps getting right so I forgot to take the iphone the other day and I go to check the steps and it's got a new feature that let's be done on average during the week and it's saying to me by the way your average is down and I'm going by the way the one other thing criticizing me and I'm talking to it it's like well I left I left it at home I got his buddy steps in left home okay excuses excuses spy read what I'm about to share the thought of you because for eating and you know we give you a hard time about it but the truth is is like if my grandma were alive she could she would pay money need to sit and watch you eat nothing gave her more joy than to see someone enjoy food and you really enjoy Beckett works not a crime I have you know I mean everybody knows that food is the most delicious when you're really hungry right yeah well now we know why it's not just because you're hungry what's the reason when you are hungry and legit hungry not board hungry because we all know the difference right there's a difference between being really hungry and and there's nothing on TV so you go to cookie dough legit hungry there are a couple of specific types of brain cells that are responsible for changing your taste preferences when you're hungry you're hungry these brain cells suppress your aversion to bitterness so food that you might not ordinarily love is delicious yes when you're hungry because your taste is actually changed by your brain chemistry because your brains up they're going hey Cara Mia like Broccoli leany but you need to eat or you'll die and so it suppresses that averse oh it actually tastes different to you it's not that you're you're just you want put anything in your in your brain is signaling it's because you're hungry your brain and your brain wants to be fed because that's how it sticks alive so your brain is like this sky is not eating we need to do something here so it does two things on the one hand you're super hungry it activates this craving.
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