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Fresh update on "bob" discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Can go to any of the platforms, scroll down, and there's three or four different plat sub platforms with cartoons. I've got two more. The first one is, at the risk of sounding sappy, innocence, and naivete. I miss the sense of knowing that people were good, and that the world was safe. I think a lot of us missed that. And finally, that feeling when you're pumping your legs on a swing as hard as you can, getting higher and higher in the air, and the elation when you hit as high as you can go on the swing. It's just not the same as an adult. And that's true. And if you had enough courage, you'd hit that spot, and if there's sand or grass below, you'd let go. Fly. Summers cup. We're gonna play the bob and sharing box office. Next. It's bobbing sharing. All right, let's keep the movie thing going here. Some of the movies that are coming out this summer look amazing. Now it's a mix of theaters or streaming in a lot of cases. It's theaters and streaming. Like they've remade fire starter. You remember it back in the 80s. That was Drew Barrymore as the spooky little kid who could set things on fire with her mind. Just a little girl when she was doing that, yeah. Yeah, they've remade it. And Zac Efron's in that one. The Downton Abbey movie comes out. In fact, the doubt and movies, the Downton Abbey movie is out right now as we see it. It is. Top Gun: Maverick is coming out in two days. This coming Friday. The bob's burger movie will also be out on this Friday the same day as the Top Gun movie. So on the 3rd of June, David cronenberg has a new movie coming out. It's called crimes of the future. So Viggo Mortensen who you'll remember played Aragon in The Lord of the Rings and a bunch of other things. So it's the not so distant future and humanity is trying to figure out how to adapt to basically the fake digital environment that we live in. So crimes of the future is about how our brains and bodies are changed. We met we metamorphis into cyber beings. June 10th, Jurassic World Dominion, the last installment in the Jurassic Park series. I don't know if you guys have seen the trailer for this. I've seen it on YouTube. I don't know if it's like out there in the world much. But the dinosaurs have made it to the mainland and like in one scene, Chris Pratt is zooming down the street. It looks like some European city maybe on a motorcycle and a velociraptor comes leaping off of a building and tries to get on the motorcycle with him. And I saw that and thought to myself, if the dinosaurs did come back, I'm going to take myself out early because there's no way I could survive velociraptors moving around the mall where I live. Light year, let your comes out June 17th, and it's a spin off from Toy Story. Which is a very strange kind of thing. So it's the origin story for buzz light year, which I think will be fun. You're going to like this one, bob at the end of June, baz luhrmann's Elvis comes out. Oh, is that when it's coming out? Yeah. With Tom Hanks. And Austin butler, that's good. I think that's going to be really, really interesting. The black phone comes out on June 24th. You need a good scary movie every summer, and this one. This one is about an abducted child who can communicate with the past victims of his kidnapper and the kidnapper is portrayed by Ethan Hawke. That's going to be really good. All right, for parents, a thousand apologies, but you'll be going to see minions, the rise of Peru. On July 1st. I'm so sorry. You know, I'm not saying the minions aren't cute, but the way the minions talk is a migraine waiting to happen. They really are just so funny looking though, aren't they? July 8th. I can't wait for this. Thor: Love and Thunder, Chris Hemsworth is back as Thor. And in July, in the middle of July, we'll have pause of fury, the legend of Hank. So this is the story of a dog named Hank, who's kind of down on his luck, who has a cat mentor voiced by Samuel L. Jackson, who trains Hank to be a samurai. Meanwhile, another cat whose villain voiced by Ricky Gervais plans to destroy the entire village will Hank the dog be able to save the day. All right, finally, in the middle of July, I can't wait for this, where the crawdads sing. I don't know if you guys probably haven't read the book, but oh my gosh, this is going to be, this is going to be so, so, so good. And then at the end of July, we have D.C.'s league of super pets, which is Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, Dwayne Johnson, plays Superman's dog, Kevin Hart plays Batman's dog, and when the Justice League gets kidnapped, the dogs have to come to the rescue. And it's a key and a Reeves is in there, Kate McKinnon, voicing squirrels and turtles and all of that. And congratulations parents. If you survive minions, the rise of gru, you'll be lucky to make it to see D.C. league of super pets. It's bob and sherry. If you've never listened to the bob and sherry off air podcast called the odd cast, you're going to want to listen to this one. It's about sherry's lost time. I'm going to tell you a story. A story that you're going to have a hard time believing, a story that I have been struggling almost my entire adult life to understand a story that will sound crazy and the only thing I can say is every word of its true and how it happened. The bob and sherry are cast with sherry's lost time on the free bob and cherry app bob and sherry dot com or wherever you get your podcasts. The bob and sherry website, the oddcast, contest info. Bob and sherry dot com. I have something right now that I like very much and I think that the listeners to the show will like it also very much. Someone might say someone who perhaps doesn't have as open a mind as I do that it's sounds familiar to something that I've done recently in maybe over the course..
Doncic, Mavs avoid sweep with 119-109 win over Warriors
"The Dallas Mavericks staved off elimination defeating Golden State one 19 one O 9 so now the warriors lead the series three games to one with game 5 back in San Francisco on Thursday Man's led by 15 and a half time extended that lead to 29 after three warriors rallied to get within 8 late in the fourth but the mass held on for the win May I shot 50% from the field hit 20 or 43 trays Luka Dončić led the Mavs with 30 points 14 rebounds 9 assists during Finney Smith had 23 Reggie Bullock 18 while Golden State was led by Seth and curry with 20 Bob Stephens Dallas
Fresh update on "bob" discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Your girl's on TV right now. Girl. Who? She goes, you know. And I peeked around the corner. And there is Jennifer Connelly with a tight fitting black dress and red, bright red leather boots up to her knees, and of course the long, dark hair that she has. And I have to be very casual about it, right? Now, if it's one of the guys that she thinks, what's his name, Tatum? Tatum. Channing Tatum. You know, she could go on and on and on. Yeah, oh, I saw him in this movie. He had a bare butt and I took a picture of it when I was, you know, she could say anything. But I have to be cool about the fact that I had been supporting Jennifer Conley's career for many, many years. And I'm very casually looking, oh yeah, oh boy, those are some boots, aren't they? And she says, she's too thin. She's just too thin. At that point, I can't say anything but you know you're right. That girl needs a cheeseburger. Eat a cheeseburger, and then I can leave. So I figure that's the end of it, like 5 minutes later, she has taken 5 minutes of her day just before she goes to work. And found and downloaded a picture of Jennifer Connelly age about 20. And then to decide by side with the Jennifer Connelly, who was on that interview show, showing me how she is falling apart as she ages. Now, let me just say she looks great. We all get in wrinkle or two. But she built this shot of the side by side Jennifer Conley to prove that she ain't what I thought she was years ago. Give me a break. And you can't fight with that because Mary's Mary's digital skills are so much greater than yours and she can move so fast that your powerless against her. Totally. I thought Jennifer cuddly looked amazing at the top going premiere she always does. I was a little surprised she was in the Top Gun sequel because she generally shies away from big commercial movies like that. But, you know, those kids are college age now. And I also read that the navy, Tom Cruise wanted to fly because he does his own stunts and he is a pilot. He wanted to do the fighter jet sequences. And the navy did not give him permission to fly the whatever F fighter. I don't know. Is it an F-14? I don't know my fighter jets. But they wouldn't they would not agree to let him fly that. Which, you know, Tom Cruise was disappointed in the filmmakers were disappointed, but you have to step back from it and say to yourself as an American taxpayer. Seriously. All right, I'm okay with it. Okay with the navy. No, it's true. Tom Cruise fly these multi gazillion dollar fighter jets. No, it's definitely true. It's definitely true. So it's going to be, I guess it's going to be the biggest probably the biggest movie of the summer. All right, coming up, we're going to play speaking of movies. We're going to play the bob and cherry box office. Don't forget to post a picture of you and your bestie at BOB. Dot com. We're giving a necklace away every day in May, and we still have a few days to go. You still have a chance to win. Post that picture right now at bob and sherry dot com. This is bob and cherry. The bob and sherry podcast, it's a podcast with stuff you won't hear on the regular show. I had Todd tracked down the founder of the American museum of the house cat. Which was a real rare finding. What did it look like, doctor? It looks like a distant alt right up here. It's bob and sherry, uncensored, uninterrupted, and unfettered. The bobbin sherry oddcast. You know, I like people, but I don't crave being around people, you know what I mean? I do. My odd. Not naturally. No, you're not. I'm not on that way. You can get the bob and Cherie a cash by going to our website, bob and sherry dot com. AND SHG RI dot com, or text the word oddcast two, 8 8 8 two 6 two 7 four three 7 8 8 8 bob sherry, or the simplest way, get the new bob and cherry app for your iPhone in the App Store. Every morning on the way to work and the oddcast on the way home from work every day. It's bob and sherry, unlike you've ever heard them before. The Bobb and cherry podcast. Now, let's open up the bobbin sherry, archive vault. All right, sherry, we got cow fever around here this morning, Tom walks the join us right now. Talk about cows. So what's the deal about cows? Were you raised on a farm? Yeah, then there are 64 years, so have gales. I've had gales a life, but places took care of them since about ten when I was showing gals. And back in the day, you could open the gate on the trailer and the cow jump up, ready to go. They knew they were being on parade. No kids. While you are the first person that we've ever talked to on the show about the exciting and fast paced glamour world of show cows. So what is it like a dog show? What is a cow show like? We're back in the day. It was all that simpler than this now. You'd get them, give them, you know, their registered cows. These were day gals and browns with. And they're almost like a big dog. I mean, they were just docile. And you'd get them up, you'd give them a good bath, trim them up, you trim up the top line around the back and just get all along her off of them. This is like, this is like one of those, I was a city kid, but this is like the four H kids that I used to just be so jealous of that they go out there with their four H Friends, you know, and they'd be showing animals. It looks so great. So the show cow, it's about beauty, and it's about like breed standards, like the Westminster dog show? You got brief Sanders. Everybody, you're in your own braid and different classes as far as age wise. And you'll progress while you get blue ribbon red.
Reversing Trump, Biden acts to deploy US troops to Somalia
"President president president president Biden Biden Biden Biden is is is is ordering ordering ordering ordering U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. forces forces forces forces to to to to Somalia Somalia Somalia Somalia amid amid amid amid growing growing growing growing concerns concerns concerns concerns about about about about the the the the African African African African nations nations nations nations Islamic Islamic Islamic Islamic extremist extremist extremist extremist rebels rebels rebels rebels that that that that comes comes comes comes after after after after Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon Pentagon chief chief chief chief Lloyd Lloyd Lloyd Lloyd Austin Austin Austin Austin asked asked asked asked to to to to re re re re establish establish establish establish a a a a persistent persistent persistent persistent U. U. U. U. S. S. S. S. military military military military presence presence presence presence in in in in Somalia Somalia Somalia Somalia to to to to enable enable enable enable a a a a more more more more effective effective effective effective fight fight fight fight against against against against all all all all should should should should Bob Bob Bob Bob the the the the al al al al Qaeda Qaeda Qaeda Qaeda linked linked linked linked militants militants militants militants have have have have made made made made gains gains gains gains in in in in recent recent recent recent months months months months after after after after being being being being pushed pushed pushed pushed into into into into remote remote remote remote areas areas areas areas of of of of Somalia Somalia Somalia Somalia a a a a senior senior senior senior administration administration administration administration official official official official confirms confirms confirms confirms the the the the president president president president has has has has signed signed signed signed a a a a deployment deployment deployment deployment order order order order which which which which reverses reverses reverses reverses Donald Donald Donald Donald trump's trump's trump's trump's lead lead lead lead term term term term decision decision decision decision to to to to remove remove remove remove nearly nearly nearly nearly all all all all the the the the seven seven seven seven hundred hundred hundred hundred US US US US special special special special operators operators operators operators were were were were in in in in Somalia Somalia Somalia Somalia the the the the official official official official says says says says American American American American troops troops troops troops already already already already in in in in the the the the region region region region will will will will be be be be repositioned repositioned repositioned repositioned Sager Sager Sager Sager made made made made Ghani Ghani Ghani Ghani Washington Washington Washington Washington
Fresh update on "bob" discussed on Stephanie Miller
"Politicians at the state federal and local level who are not in the pocket of the NRA and the gun lobby who have politicians that will go out there and say they're horrified and heartfelt like bob was saying And not so and you have like you said you have the power to do something do it Kevin and you know it appears to me that America first or whatever maga pretends to stand for It means pretending that no other country exists And as many people made the point yesterday that there is not mental illness in every country domestic disturb all of that There is only one country this happens in and to look at any graph it is an unbelievable statistic Any statistic you want to look at It is only human This happens anywhere else they enact gun legislation and it stops it You look at the ones shooting and where was it Travis the other white supremacist guy that I can't remember now Kevin I can't keep them all straight But they enacted gun legislation And it almost stopped right I mean yeah It's too many here It's because we have a Second Amendment and they don't So we I'm with Angela V sultan on this one I want to overturn the Second Amendment so that we can actually have sensible gun legislation so that when we do have enough policy When we say no one's coming for your guns we don't mean we don't mean me and Angela Angela and I are coming for your votes We are gun grabbers of the highest I have a brother in Texas who is always like oh don't come for my guns And I'm like no one is going to come to your gun unless you give them a reason We had a strong democratic majority when president Obama took over and nobody came for your guns That's a talking point And I wish the NRA would actually represent their members who the majority of them want common sense gun legislation so that this kind of crap stops Kevin thank you so much for your personal story And by the way you did look really cute and cute in that hat yesterday He looked super cute and not happy And isn't it funny what people think you think you look alike look like just because of your voice I know I sound like I look like a very hot Ryan.
David Gergen, Author, on His New Book, "Hearts Touched With Fire"
"In Hart's touch with fire. You also work for Ford. Now Jerry Ford, Jim Cavanaugh is the chairman of my board at the Nixon library. The chairman of the Ford board. And we've talked a lot about Nixon and Ford and their differences. Jerry Ford could never get elected president from the go. I mean, he could have won reelection. He could have won in 76, had things differently. What'd you do for porg? What did I do before? Well, I stuck around. During the next years, I had become, I was first hired by Ray Price, coming up his assistant ray was running a speech on the show. His speech writing and research. And I was his go to Gopher guy. I was very junior at the time. And anyway, I got promoted up through the ranks and then ray at one point said I'd like to be sort of a senior counselor. And I was asked by bob Paul the man if I would run this speech writing and research shop. So which I did. And for about a year,
Sen. Tim Scott Responds to Janet Yellen's Pro-Abortion Comments
"And here is his response cut to go Some of your comments in response to bob's question I found troubling And just from a clarity's sake did you say that ending the life of a child is good for the labor force participation rate Giving someone the let me just quote what you said that ultimately increasing access to abortion and reproductive healthcare allows for our labor force participation rate to continue to increase that denying women access to abortion increases their odds of living in poverty or need for public assistance to the guy who was raised by a single mom who worked long hours to keep us out of poverty I think people can disagree on the issue of being pro life or pro abortion but in the end I think framing it in the context of labor force participation is it just feels calloused to me I think finding a way to have a debate around abortion in a meaning for the economic stability of our country is harsh and I'm just surprised that we find ways to weave into every facet of our lives Such an important and painful reality for so many people to make it sound like it's just another .4% added to our labor force participation as a result of the issue of abortion just to me seems
Newsmax Host John Bachman Shares His Backstory
"John, bob, I'm glad to have you with us today on dot com's podcast. It's not going to be with you. Have you called my friend? I guess that's what happens when you share your waffle House menu selections. You really become tight with somebody. Well, you know, when we get to be friends, you know, when I tell you what to order at waffle House, then we've got it down there. Hey, as we get started, one of the things I love to do in this podcast and when I do especially people politicians, I do media people is everybody knows us and I found this to be true and I think you probably have as well. If they see us in the airport or they see us have they know us from this right here, they know it from the camera if you would. They don't know the background. So span just a few minutes telling us, you know, where are you from? How you got here and just give us a good taste of who you are. Well, I'm from Marietta, Georgia originally. I was born actually my parents live in kennesaw when I was born. And we moved to Tampa pretty quickly thereafter and live there for 8 years, but moved back to Marietta when I was 8 years old. And from 8 years on all the way through my 5 years at the university of Georgia and there after my first job in television was in Augusta, Georgia was my home. I love it. I love the braise. I love the dogs. Having the Olympics there was fantastic as well. And it was just, you know, I think I lived there in a perfect time when the state to me, we learned about a three pillars, right? Wisdom justice and moderation. And all three things were readily available to me. Growing up in Marietta, I went to Davis elementary middle school and Lassiter high school for those folks to know. But it was such a great community because people were moving to Atlanta from all over the place. My parents were actually from the northeast, my dad settled in Atlanta in the 70s with my mom when we moved back there, but at that time in the late 80s, early 90s Atlanta was such a boom town and we had people from all over the place. And it was just such a great melting pot of different Americans and all kinds of folks, different races and religions. And I really felt like I had a wonderful public school experience and when it came time for college, the only thing I knew is that I wanted to go to an SEC football school. My dad went to graduate school at the university of Florida, and he took me to a game when I was four years old. It was a Florida Miami game. And it was one of my earliest memories, and I just love the whole thing. And then, you know, my sister went to auburn, and I was spent some time with her at all. My older sister, and I was like, this place is great. All these people are so nice on the planes. And I was like, it's a little boring though. And then finally, I didn't think I was gonna get into Georgia but I did get in and I went there and I had a bunch of buddies of mine who are you older than me in high school that went there and I spent some time with them and the moment I walked on campus I knew I was
Radical Left Organizations Encourage the Targeting of SCOTUS Homes
"Yesterday we talked about the group rise up for abortion, which is really just a front for a shadowy revolutionary Communist Party group. A Maoist organization founded in the 60s by bob, avakian. Now, interestingly enough, some on the left don't like that group because they call it a cult. Which seems very apropos. Now, another group that's actually getting probably more attention because they were the ones that actually doxxed the 5 out of the 6 conservative justices, Samuel Alito, Amy Coney Barrett, clarence Thomas, Brett Kavanaugh, Neil Gorsuch, is a group called Ruth sent us. Ruth sent us is asking activists to target Supreme Court Justices who may overturn roe V roe V wade with demonstrations at their private homes. Now, can we just state it? As a simple, clean fact here that you should not protest at private homes. You should not confront or get in their faces as Maxine water says, when people are out in public with their families, this is not appropriate. If you don't like somebody, you vote them out of office. If you don't like somebody, you can go on Twitter and say something mean and nasty to them. That's fine. And there might actually be free speech on Twitter moving forward with Elon Musk taking down. You do not, and I repeat, again, do not protest at private homes. I think it's just important to say that it's idiotic. It's stupid. If you're a conservative and you're considering protesting in front of, I don't know, justice Kagan's house because you think it's respect that she or one of her clerks were the leaker. Don't do it. Stop. It looks bad.
Joe Biden's Ability to Screw Things up Like No Other
"This guy has an ability to screw things up like no human being on the planet Have we ever had a mixture of incompetence ignorance corruption stupidity and cognitive deficit in The White House like this guy No no No we have not No no we haven't Nope Jim says no geese has no geese still here Nope nope we have it He is a destructive force like no other in American history His success record had failing Is like no one else we've ever seen doesn't it tell you something by the way That the people who've been closest to him politically right I don't mean close like they like them or dislike them I mean they've been in his inner sanctum for a long time Barack Obama and bob Gates remember the defense secretary bob Gates who warned about this guy how Joe Biden has been on the wrong side She's about every foreign policy issue Obama warning us about this nincompoop loser in The White House This corrupt plagiarist liar you know Jim it may be time to queue up that thing we have We used to play it I remember Biden says he finished the first of his class He did not finish at the foot Biden says he graduated with 3° He does not have 3° This man has been a loser His entire life His entire life has been about a lie
Brave Republicans Confront DOJ About Whitmer 'Entrapment'
"A handful of Intrepid Republicans, and it's, it shouldn't be a handful. It should be the Republicans in a unified political phalanx. But no, it takes the brave ones to go out front. And here I'm talking about, I'm gonna name them. It's led by Marjorie Taylor Greene, but you've got Scott Perry, Dan bishop, Andrew Clyde, Andy Biggs, bob good, Mary Miller, Paul gosar, Andy Harris, Louie gohmert, Thomas massie Matt Gaetz, well, what are they doing? In the aftermath of the exoneration of two key defendants in the Whitmer kidnapping trial, the pressing attorney general Garland for some specific answers. Now, trying to get answers out of Garland is not an easy business. This is like going to the consigliere of Don Corleone and saying, hey, listen, we're we want to find out more about the mafia. You're actually talking to the mafia. But nevertheless, this needs to be done. And so this is a stinging letter and a demand. Of Merrick Garland copied a Christopher wray, and the questions themselves are telling, let me just read a couple of them. Who within the DoJ and the FBI knew about or was involved in the plot to kidnap governor Whitmer, tell us. Remember, this is a letter being sent by the legislators to the executive branch, which is accountable to the legislative branch. Number two, to what extent would the DoJ and the FBI motivated by the 2020 presidential election to paint political opponents as domestic terrorists specifically Vis-à-vis the plot to kidnap governor Whitmer and the events of the U.S. capitol on January 6th, 2021. In other words, this is not just at the FBI staging orchestrating infiltrating and moving along a plot. This is the FBI timing those events to coincide with an election. So the issue here being raised is the election interference, very important issue because these revelations came to light in early October of 2020.
Sheriff Bob Johnson: The Active Scene, Leading up to the Viral Comment
"So Sarah you're out there in the great blood red politically Panhandle We love it out there I spent some time out there myself What happened I didn't get I only heard that portion of the speech Did you guys find a body or was there a guy who was shot who came into the police station How did this whole thing start And did you expect this thing to go viral after you gave that speech Well you know and if you watch past press conferences with me I tend to talk a lot and I'll tell you I ran as a cop not a politician for this office And it kind of comes through in my press conferences but what happened basically was this guy he gets out of prison We sent him to prison for 6 and a half years for home invasion He gets out and then he breaks into four houses in a little community in the west side of our county named pace Florida And he breaks into four houses our guys are chasing him all around We've got a perimeter set up and we're closing the perimeter in And he's jumping fences and kicking in doors and finally one of the guys one of the deputy says shots fired And it wasn't us shooting It was a homeowner and so then he jumped another fence he did not get hit He jumps another fence and gets into another house and we corner him in a bedroom and when they kick the door to the bedroom he jumps out through the glass I mean just bust the glass out of the window dives into the backyard where one of my deputies was waiting and took him into
Sheriff Johnson Encourages Shooting Intruders, Saves Taxpayers Money
"Week from sheriff bob Johnson out in the Panhandle of Florida Santa Rosa county but in case you missed the gym you got that ready I just wanted you to a little quick reminder This was terrific Check this out And I want to say as to the person we don't know what homeowner which homeowner shot at him I guess they think that they did something wrong which they did not If somebody's breaking in your house you're more than welcome to shoot them in center as a county We prefer that you do actually So whoever that was your non trouble come see us we have a gun safety class we put on every other Saturday and if you take that you'll shoot a lot better and hopefully you'll save the taxpayers money Man if I was closer I'd be headed to that gun
Disney Stock Craters Amid 'Special Status' Feud in Florida
"I want to turn to Disney right now because this stock is just cratering. You know, part of it is the concern over whether or not some of these streaming services have sort of tapped out, right? There's so much content out there. There's so much information you can get. A lot of it's free and it's very competitive. This new marketplace. So Netflix proved that. They lost 200,000 subscribers. They're going to lose another 2 million, and investors are like, wow, okay, this is not worth what we thought. It was worth. Expectations are everything, right? And so now investors are looking around and they're saying, okay, it's not just Netflix. It's also other streaming companies, including Disney. And so today we saw shares of Disney continue to fall. In fact, in the after hours market, they are still falling down a little more than 1% in today's trading, ending down the day three and a half percent, a $115 and 77 cents a share. Maybe it's time for new leadership. Maybe this leadership is really not cut out for the challenges of this moment. And by challenges, I mean, not just the streaming challenge, but also the challenges from the political correctness police, right? So you have all of those issues going on as well. Disney is really up against it. And leadership really matters in the time like this. I would just point to bob Iger, and he was CEO of Disney during some really turbulent challenging times. And somehow Disney never quite stepped in it the way they keep stepping in it right now.
Will Disney Go Down in Flames? Dave Rubin and Eric Discuss
"There's no being able to stand up and say, what are you talking about? Like we're running a business. We're really not interested in your theories. And that has entered corporate America. I guess the most surprising to me, Dave, is that corporate America, which is supposed to be about the bottom line that they, that they're worried about those kinds of things. So you really do think I agree with you that Disney, they're going to go down in flames. Parents are angry. Parents are furious at the madness that, you know, you think, well, not Disney. Eric, I'm guessing you saw it, but you know, bob chap, who's the CEO of Disney, you know, he gave this really extraordinarily pathetic and limp wristed apology to his LGBTQI plus employees for not standing up enough for them, which first off, putting aside the whole Bill and everything going in Florida, which I'm happy to discuss if you want. If Disney has not stood up enough for these people, then there is no enough. And that's the point. There is no there. That's the point. They want this guy on his knees forever, and he has decided that he will be that actor in this play. Right. So he sits there and he does this Zoom video where he profusely apologizes for not being enough of an ally for not doing enough for these people. And does all he's doing is signing his own death warrant. He's done already. Yes, he may still have the job this very moment, but he is done at some point either the activists will take him out or the board will take him out because the board for as long as the board exists. I still will have to care about a bottom line. So they're going to have to care about that so it's either. They'll take him out because he destroyed the product or the activists will take him out because he destroyed their idea of what the company is supposed
Democrats Are Sleepwalking Into a Senate Disaster
"Democrats are sleepwalking into a Senate disaster reported on Maddie Iglesias He's a lefty substack They're noting that yeah 2022 isn't great for the Republicans but the Republicans will make some ground up because Biden's so unpopular But quote 2024 is much worse Look at the races in 2024 John tester Montana he's a Democrat and an awful one at that what he did to Ronnie Jackson an awful one How is John tester still elected statewide Montana I want to buy a place in Montana I love Montana I love love my town I had a guy come up to me in the place that he breakfast on if the church on Sunday this week telling me again how much he knows I love my tiny listen to my show How is John tester still a senator in Montana He's up Joe Manchin West Virginia Sorry gotta go Gotta go but he was wet He's not with us He's with the Democrats He can come over to the Republican side and then we can consider it He said Democrat Got to go Sorry Are you want to play cutesy time with people You go I don't do cutesy town I'll do a cutie time I think You want to do cutesy time You got to find a different show That's not this show Montana blood red state Virginia blood blood red state These two are probably doomed Sherrod Brown and Ohio one of the few states in the country trending red along with Florida Bottom are trending blue Jared Brown and Ohio 2024 deep trouble Bob Casey in Pennsylvania palous state trending purple big trouble Big big trouble
Mariupol teeters as Ukrainians defy surrender-or-die demand
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Mitchell, Jazz win opener 99-93 as Mavs play without Doncic
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TPUSA's Jobob Reporting From UC Berkeley
"Your approach, by the way, because you were a sort of undercover, you were keep California weird or perfectly weird or something like that. And we have some clips here that we can show. Actually, you know what? That's what we'll do. We'll start with that. This will give people a good primer for what you were doing. Cut 90 is some of your handiwork, Joe bob. Let's go ahead and play cut 90. Well, tell me, what's his deal? Should we like, what's his deal? If you don't like it, you're literally talking them out. Wow. You know he just tweeted that Kamala Harris vice presidency was affirmative action. At this point. The guy that gave us this, and he seemed like, I feel like nobody wants to work with Russia. Like, right? Like that's amazing. So tell us what you were doing. What we just saw. So Charlie who set up doing his thing, which was hilarious and I wish I could have seen more of it because I think there was some substantial Duncan on leftist thought there going on at the table, but we were incognito, kind of going around milling around with my black beanie on my sunglasses, my black shirt kind of just confused and aloof of everything happening at the protest. I think there are people protesting, but I don't think there was definitely some Nazi name calling going on, yes. Well, so I was just asking questions. Like I wasn't going out there to like stump people on their dumb ideas. I was just asking questions and letting people talk themselves. And a lot of the footage that I think we're going to see eventually. They're cutting it up and making it look all nice and pretty. Is people talking themselves into circles. We had one girl, by the way, who was adamantly chasing us down afterwards saying, you need to delete my footage. I have the right to have you delete all of my footage. You don't have the right to film me. And you know, we didn't get into the stole her essence or something. Yeah, the legality of like, hey, you knew that you were being filmed, so no, we don't have to do whatever you
Daniel Schmidt: Elitists Visit Schools, Unprepared for Tough Questions
"Account Daniel how did this happen I mean most of us are so accustomed to censorship on college campuses This is not a dumb question I really I've been out of college When I was in college it wasn't like this at all I mean they were lefties obviously but I don't remember ever being afraid to tell people that I was a conservative I don't even remember it being a big deal It was kind of like yeah whatever The guy next to me is sat next to me in stony brook was a big conservative too How did you guys get in there and get to ask a question repeatedly It wasn't just one You got an apple bob you got Brian stelter in there I think Evita was in there too I'm actually let you guys in How did this happen Well yeah I mean we're making a big joke we're like if we can go through a three times because we've got three questions that that's going to be like a miracle by God So maybe God will then who knows No I just came out there we were confident We rose our hands There was a Q&A session I guess you know we did an app and I'm glad we did because if we were not there I mean not to Twitter or in some really no one else who got in critical questions The thing that these events is easily if they go to the events knowing not to be cancer going to ask me to have questions knowing they're going to get a big check I mean they can come to these events pretty much hungover and sound smarter and Goldberg was actually there today afterward And he called me out He said you know the kid they before had a very posterous assumption that if the hunter by laptop combat had to know the election what it had changed So clearly he was upset by my question He still is apparently on Twitter Hopefully I really do hope that this might change things Motivate either kid that other top schools to really ask these questions because there are a lot of these events These people are not going to concern the schools You won't see them go to university of Alabama They go to these top liberal schools because it's an easy way for them to do very brag on Twitter how I spoke to the future leaders And hopefully we're going to chase that because it's ridiculous how much they get away with
'Walt Not Woke': Dad's Hand Made T-Shirt Causes a Stir at Disney
"Get first said they'd already purchased Disney tickets for himself his wife and their two daughters to go spend two days at two different parks at Disney in Orlando Cost him $2000 because he brought some other kids with him Neighbors kids then he talks about Disney CEO bob chapek A real coward Anyway this transgender stuff This was it for me He told the epic times I didn't want to go anymore so I may cause to see about getting a refund on Mike tickets They wouldn't give him a refund So this man red blooded American did what red blooded Americans do He used his noggin and he was creative What did he do He had an idea It involved a plain white T-shirt and a couple of sharpies He said I had to make a statement so I went out and bought a T-shirt I put a couple of things on the back and a couple of things in the front and I wore it to the park On the back Jeffers wrote hello boys and girls ladies and gentlemen Which of course has been now abandoned by Disney On the front he wrote Walt not woke Walt not woke Well he wasn't sure how people were going to respond He said he needed to do something to express how he felt the bottom line is People did respond almost to a man and woman They patted him on the back they thanked him they were all positive even many employees showed up because most employees behave they're not out there with their big mouths pushing a political agenda They're doing a job They have a background to do these jobs It's very competitive to get these jobs And they know full well Unless you're of the radical left Marxist ideology you'll lose your job
"bob" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Now available on the bobbin cherry website, it's the book of bob. Sherry has collected bob's insights witticisms and proclamations and now they're available in a single volume. With pictures. Where do you know what you will and won't do? What do I know what I would do? 'cause I am I. For an incredibly affordable price. You don't know. Just hit shop at the bobbin cherry website. I would not have lunch with a stuffed animal in their stare into a stranger's eyes. Dot com. Hit the shop tab at bob and cherry dot com. Leave us a talk. Talk back with the free bob and cherry app. Amanda hi. Hi. You want to talk about your grandma? We used to call her big mama. She's not listening more, but she was 7 feet tall, and my grandfather was 49. So it was very short. But I remember when we would all sit down at the table, she would always see the man in the children, and then the women, and then she would sit down. Well, one day, my grandfather was she used to sit down. He was floating to do something else. And she literally chased him around the house with a cane and told him that if he didn't straighten his cell up, that she was gonna jump. Holy cow, let's just processing the visuals right now. What she was making. She ran that house, didn't she? 7 feet tall. Ma'am, what I would not give for some of those genetics. And then your grandpa you said was four foot 9? Yes. He was extremely short and he actually said the grave site for Martin Luther King when he passed away. So it was a very, very tough man, but he was scared of my grandmother. Yeah, I am too, and I've never met her. She's like a giant from a fairytale Amanda. Actually 7 foot tall are just sick something. She was right. She was 6 9. She was right while she shrunk a little bit, but she used to be when she was in this role 7 foot and then she shot. She's shrunk to 6 9. You know, I know she was chasing around with a cane trying to beat him. That's not good, but speaking as a man who's married to a woman who's taller, I gotta give her some respect for going with a guy four feet 9. Big mama was born to be taller than grandpa. But grandpa had something going on, didn't he? Well, it's not the height of the man. That's right. Amanda, what was grandpa, did he have a nickname too? No, we just caught his grandpa. He was now very long because for an actor, he passed away. He had a stroke in his slave and that passed in the way. But my grandmother to the day she passed away. She said that was the love of her life. And she would never be with anybody else. Oh, wow. So she was still chasing him around the dining room table with a I bet that was some playful chasing. Was that some playful chasing? Passionate playful dress. She was very straight when it came to sitting down and eating. She was right. So fashion and she believed that when you sit down to eat the whole family sit down. I wanted to. I'm going to say that was not playful. I'm going to say that's a woman who was cooking and she wanted him in his seat. A couple of times. I was pregnant one time, and I remember I was so sick and I didn't feel like eating and she told me I was going to eat or she was going to chase me. And she did, I sat down and I couldn't my mouth full. And I was so sick as a dog. Amanda, I'm going to, I'm going to speak on behalf of big mama here because when you go to the trouble to cook a meal for people and you say dinner and nobody bothers to yeah, but she's pregnant. This is a table. No, she shouldn't. Mama shouldn't have been chasing you around with the cane. But this idea that you cooked day in and day out and you call people for dinner and they mosey on up there like ain't no thing. You wouldn't do that at TGI Fridays because you don't want to lose your table. It's rude and disrespectful. Now, you shouldn't chase people around and whip them with a stick. No. I think that's the line that we should. And she didn't believe in going out to restaurants and nothing. She believed in home cooked meals. She grew everything. So she was literally when you say oh fashion, she was so fashion. She did everything by the book. The white heart parents saw her, that's the way she did. And she believed that nobody was going to lay that house. I'm hungry. And she doesn't make sure of it. Well, that's very sweet. I know you loved her. So big mom is big mom as people also very tall and did any of her descendants inherit that height. Well, a couple of my uncles was pretty tall and a couple of kinds of, but unfortunately, I was one that took after my grandfather, I was out there late, reached up to also, I was pretty short myself, so. Isn't that amazing? I mean, the difference is two feet. Two feet. That's a lot. That is really a lot. Well, Amanda, that's very, very interesting. Last question, I guess, what did they do for a living? Well, my grandfather was a security cop. Like I said, he said, over with the king's great side when he has passed away and he really believed in the American Dream, he believed that everybody should be treated equally. So he fought for that. That's really cool that your family is part of that history. And the gram in your grandmother very quickly, what did she do? She was a stay at home mother. She did not work. She worked in a garden. In the garden and cooking, very good. Well, that's quite a story. Amanda, thank you for sharing that with us. You know that just shows you. That just shows you that when your soul finds its match, it doesn't matter what the exterior packaging is. It really doesn't. My grandparents, they were true love, sweethearts from the time they were teenagers, and she was about foot taller than he was. I don't think every woman can do that though. I don't. I don't think there are women that would pass on a guy. Because there's a couple of inches difference. You don't see a 7 foot tall woman. Every day. 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"bob" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Friend or slips up after a couple of drinks. Where's her best friend to secrecy? But then the best friend tells her husband and now my secret is in the hands of at least four or 5 other people and that's just the reality of life. Okay, we are at sex is a lot. Sexual acts frequency of one wants at the other doesn't. We're at number 15. Sharing responsibilities. Yeah, that's a big one too. Number 14, not showing up when and where you're supposed to. Number 13, who does more work? Number 12 chores, number 11, housekeeping. Number ten, now we're at the top ten things we fight about. And is it interesting that telling secrets and sex is not in there? That surprises me. These are the top ten things we fight about. Number ten, whose friends we hang out with more. Number 9 past relationships number 8 being possessive number 7 talking to the ex. Number 6 jealousy number 5 are feelings number four, not feeling appreciated. Number three, one not paying, enough attention to the other. And your top two arguments are lack of communication and the number one argument that we have. One person feels they are not shown enough love or affection. Yeah, that makes sense. That makes sense. I'm surprised sex is not in the top ten. Top ten is a couple up there that seems superfluous. And kids aren't in the top ten either. Yeah, yeah. But you know they're if the number one thing that we fight about is you don't show me enough love or affection or I don't show you enough lover affection. That would seem like an easy thing to fix. Yeah. But what if you don't show it is you no longer feel it. Now that's harder to fix. The bob and cherry podcast, it's a podcast with stuff you won't hear on the regular show. I had Todd tracked down the founder of the American museum of the house cat. Which was a real rare finding. What did it look like, doctor? It looks like a distant alt right up here. It's bob and sherry, uncensored, uninterrupted, and unfettered. The bobbin sherry oddcast. You know, I like people, but I don't crave being around people, you know what I mean? I do. My odd. Not now. No, you're not odd. I'm not on that way. You can get the bob and Shirai cash by going to our website, bob and sherry dot com, POV, AND, SHG R I dot com, or text the word oddcast two, 8 8 8 two 6 two 7 four three 7 8 8 8 bob sherry, or the simplest way, get the.
"bob" Discussed on Bob Bain's Farside: Paranormal Podcast
"Do you feel safe within the walls of your home? Even if you said yes to all the above, something may still be able to snatch you away and perform all sorts of experiments on you. Tonight's show is all about intrusions and alien encounters. Bob, Mitchell is our guest this evening and bob is a Canadian author and journalist. He's covered crime and sports for the Toronto star for more than 35 years. He is the author of 6 books, including two UFO books. Tonight we will be discussing bob's latest book titled intrusion alien encounters. In this book, bob shares the stories of four individuals four individuals whose lives have been forever altered for better or worse. You can find bob's latest book by going to the far side TV slash intrusion, and without further ado, bob, welcome to the far side. Thanks for having me, bob. That's a pleasure to be on your show. That introduction, I was just thinking, you know, everybody that I talked to in the book lock in their doors didn't have didn't do one thing because everybody said they came to the windows or came to the walls or came to some place in their house. So locking your doors doesn't matter one bit. No, it does not. I had my own experiences when I was a child. And they came through the down walls of my bedroom. Nothing can protect you. Now they can if they want you, they'll come to you. That's frightening that there's nothing that you can do to prevent an abduction. Absolutely. I mean, the people I talked to not only was nothing they could do. Once it happens, your you lose complete control of any sense you have. You are taken over completely. You can experience it and you can see them in some cases. But your mind isn't your own it anymore. They control everything. My own story, and I'm telling you this because of the going through walls segment, it took place when I was about 5 or so years of age. Mostly what I remember is something came and got me, took me out from the bedroom walls, and then I remember floating above the tree line and the trees were moving around just like a heavy wind was blowing around them. And then the next thing I remember is waking up in bed beside my brother because we shared the same bedroom at that point. And I asked him, bubba, why did you let them take me? But whatever it was, they put us back into the bed together, but on the opposite side where we should have been. Did he get taken to? As far as he knows he did not, he remembers it happening. Did you remember it? He remembers more of this than I do. To me, it's more like looking into a broken mirror and you get bits and pieces of it. But he actually remembers trying to wake dad up and dead would not wake up whatsoever. So he went outside and he saw a craft hovering above the house, hovering above the trees. That's what he remembers. And then the next thing he knew, we were back in bed together..
"bob" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Here's bob and sheri. Let's get things started the bob and sheri show with bob. I just gotta relax go with the flow and sharing billion go by day fearless vigilante now broadcasting from the palatial bobby jerry studios zero five in cherry. It's ron wide. Hey ron how're you doing this morning. pesos about nine dollars now. Did you have behavioral problems when you were were. You were a kid in school. Is this where this always been this guy. I've actually carried my behavioral problems into my fifties. Actually so but yeah as a kid you know i was a number one attention span of a gnat still true today and and it wasn't a very good student market but i just had this attention deficit problem in visual problems. So i you know anybody who's gonna get attention some way so i i was. I was a bit of a handful. I admit it you know. It's such a tough thing when you know that you're a smart guy and yet you can't keep focused on whatever the subject. The teacher is teaching. It's so confusing in your head. And generally i think people who do what you do or people who go into the entertainment business deal with those sort of issues. Don't you thank you know what it's real real calm and You know now. I think they over diagnose Attention deficit but it was certainly the case with me and i'm medicated. Even today but back. When i was a kid you were just you were lazy. You wanna try it or whatever so But there were glimpses of that. I was smart. Because i was very very funny. You know i was a little kid. I could get laughs when i was a kid. I always had timing and but just You know ahead. Read a book. That's for sure. Don't you think that if they would have had those diagnoses and medications. When you were a kid that your life probably would have turned out really differently. That i have for anything. I don't know. I have no formal education at all. I mean i didn't even finish high school but i am voracious reader. So maybe that makes up for. But i do treat that condition now with You know with whatever medication. It is well between. I guess i brought I have you got an advanced copy of the show. The special behavioral problems and i brought it home and and i have to say ron i of all the people whose mouths i never expected to form the word day. You were high on.
"bob" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Lawyer who and is successful on. He said i had to do all over again. I think i would have done something different. I know some guys women's conflict that. I'm glad you made it safely across the river. Keep up the good work with thank you so much for listening. It's bob and sheri that with the free bob and sheri popped and i was in jersey last weekend for my niece my goddaughter's wedding and we had lots and lots of exciting things happen and it was the next day when my brother and his wife through kind of an all day barbecue after party. So that people who had traveled from far away could get together and hang out and it was glorious. They roasted a pig. It was really great time. And so i got to catch up with a lot of family members that i some of them. I haven't seen since meal was born. That's how long it's been. Oh boy So this one. And i'm not going to name names but this one family member who is very very colorful. She's the one who paid in the bushes at the country club. Locked the ladies room Yeah and when. I said i'm impressed because in that dress. I don't know how you got it done. And she said off. Just pull it up over you have. Some squad was nothing So we got into a kind of intense conversation about the tattoos and piercings. She has a daughter and now this is a woman with a lot of tattoos. Got a lot of ink. But she doesn't want her daughter to get tattoos she said. I don't regret mine. But i don't want my daughter to get it. And she said well not not one she said well. I take that back now. I'm going to try to do her image high to talk just like her because it was so riveting it's the way she talks her pronunciation sir rhythm everything now. I'm going to try to clean this up. But i need everybody who listen to this. I need you to use your imagination because this is a visual okay. 'cause i can't really say the exact words. She said she said well. There is this once. Had so. I regret i did not regret it when i got there but when i got it i was a big girl and i've lost a lot of weight and she has. She looks great. I've lost a lot of weights when i got. This tattoo really worked for me. But i did not anticipate what would happen when i lost the weight. So she scoops up her hair and she turns around and on the back of her neck filling the back of her neck is a tattoo and she says no you look at that and you tell me what it looks like today and i'll tell you what it looks like when i was fat. So when she got the tattoo it was a beautiful vivid. Very detailed open. Pedaled pink rose know what it looks like. Now i want you to take that pink rose and i want you to take your two hands and i want you to press that. Pink rose together until it forms Like a long slager big. We all rolled we all we all know what that is and i said oh i see She says you see it. How could you not see it. It's a monster back of my neck. Now she's sitting next to my nephew. I thought you were talking privately. No this isn't a table all my children. My nieces and nephews. She's talking out loud. Says she sitting next to my nephew. Who's in his early twenties now and she said look at it. Look at it rai and he looks at it and now and she goes. Hey how would you like to lick own. She did not say. except i'm editing. I know i know. I know yes. Oh my she drunk no no. Hey talk about pain in. She said she said and when it gets hot. I like to wear my hair up. You know because it's hot and led to wear my hair up now. I wear my hair up. And i'm standing in line at the grocery store with on the back of my neck. People people are looking and they're saying stuff like lady scott on the back of what happens when she gets a stiff now then she said and if because then she said so i i added to the tattoo and and she turns around lifts her hair. So now we've got the on the backer for neck and there are these really really detailed beautifully calligraphy. Letters says that's my kids initial no. Oh oh why did she put him there. Because at the time bob it was beautiful fluffy blossoming rose and now. It isn't so so. I was like really surprised because i mean i know when you lose weight. You lose weight everywhere. Yeah but i didn't realize that you could lose so much weight. That were cohasset. Yeah neck would change that much. The moral of the story keep eating. And the cautionary tale here is when you go to your tattoo artists. I have one so. I'm not judging when you go to your tattoo. Artists ask yourself. What would this look like if i took two hands and squeeze also ask yourself if once you have something on your body. That looks like that. If it's ever good idea to turn to your honey and say hey you wanna and let me answer for you the answers. You're listening to the best of bob and sheri -solutely swag you just hit shot bob and sheri dot com. I am such a time wasting weirdo. You know i really. Hey you don't need to explain. Is anyone putting up a fight. Me here. I am a tie thought about that the other day. I know what you are. A time wasting weirdo. If you if you took the time that you waste doing things that you'll never be a part of or thinking about things that you cannot do and took time to figure out a way to make more money or figure out like Do the things you can do. You be so much better off giving example. I'd love to go to lows. I do. I like walking around is at lowes for you. You know not much. Because i can't fix a damn thing but and you don't stop i don't i don't know how to build anything i can't i can't If you gave me like a jigsaw. I would not know what to do with it. I just i just figure if. I walk around those aisles. Long enough somehow it's going to seep in and i'll be able to figure something out and once in a while like i'll say oh there's a thing i could figure out you you can Roll up your garden. Hose with this thing. I should get that. Because i'm leaving it out all over the place right. I love this thing. And i'll buy that right but the thing where i really waste time. It's not so much walking around. You know the different departments and lows. Sometimes i actually do learn something about fertilizer for the flowers. Something every time. I go and i look around and make sure that. There's no one that i know like my wife looking at me. I always thought at the you know the magazine section they. Have you know those. I always stop and look at the how to build your own log cabin magazine. You have one at this. Since the day i you and i and i stand there and i go through it and i say i don't like that one at all i want is. I don't like those windows all that's a nice one. That's the one that i would have that one right there. Look.
"bob" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Size to eight. Eight eight sherry. I have such great news for you bob. And it's great news for me and it's great news for so many people out there. I haven't been able to bring you news this great in a long time. Are you ready. Yes you know how you are he you worry and you over think and you worrying you over thank you you too on things and you're stressed anxious. You cannot let anything go. i don't know how to reply. I know how to reply. Being neurotic is going to make you live longer. Yeah yes did. I not tell you. This was awesome news. Because i'm always looking out for what you could land in my head that according to science and this is legit stuff okay. This is totally legit stuff on and you can read about this in the psychological science journal. They just did this. huge thing. People who are like. You are hyper vigilant about their health and safety. They live longer. You know it makes sense does not so. I thought you'd be happy. Aren't you happier. I well. I'm i'm letting it sink in because it never works out that way for instance. There's an area where i live. And there's like a shopping center on one side and a shopping center on the other side and cars are coming in and out of bull shopping centers especially at certain times of the day. And then there's a why near they're they're coming out of there and it's just it's crazy so i'm driving over there and i can't see all the cars because it gets very congested so You know slow down then. Is this one coming out of the shopping center. And i and i put the brake on a little bit and mary goes. Why are you so jumpy. Here's white. I don't wanna get t-boned this is. This is the best news for you. And i got more good news inside of that good news so take a minute as soak it in. Okay okay like there's a lot of different ways that people can be neurotic. But there's a specific type of neurotic person and that person is called the worried slash vulnerable neurotic. These are the people like you who worry and they. They're troubled they stew on things. Chew on things. They brewed on things. They over think things. That's you those people live even longer than other neurotic people so we don't drive arsov crazy or give ourselves high blood pressure or you know other things bad diseases well. They found that. That you're more vigilant. Yeah so you. let's let's start hauling digilent- you notice things about yourself. I'm i'm twitching a little bit or i'm not sleeping. Well they're whatever you go to the doctor. Your look look how much more likely you are to go to the doctor. The night yeah. That's right right well. I think i'm more likely to go to the doctor than a lotta guys men the torius for not going to the doctor and then something happened now. The only thing that was well we live interesting things here but before you go on. So we're gonna. We're gonna have a reset that i am not twitchy and neurotic and crazy. I'm vigilant vigilant. Are you more comfortable with much. More much magazine tie. Can we agree to remember to refer to him as the vigilant one. You kinda like that because it makes you feel like sheriff the old yeah or like live in robinhood times. You'll need to start floating this by mary. You'll need to use this at home. I'm not floating it. i'm throwing it interface. Start saying things very vigilant. Mary the vigilant one is home. All is safe. That was interesting. The scientists found. They said that people like you. Who are the best. Kind of neurotic vigilant. It doesn't stop. You have to start using the word. It doesn't stop you from making bad choices around like what you eat or drink or people who smoke like you can be as vigilant as you are and still choose you. Don't you could. Still you know it's not. It's not a perfect magic snow like yourself. You are the best flavor of neurotic. My my shield has joined the mine to vigil bows. Yeah all right. Well that's good. Yeah i'm going to Strongly mention this to the wife so mix it up a little straighter and try out. Try to song for size. I bob lacey. I'm not an overthinking anxious. Worrying neurotic bob lacey vigilant. I probably lacey. And not an overthinking anxious neurotic eyebrow. Police and the vigilant one. Feel better so good. That's nice and the payoff. I probably could live long and some crazy maniac. That doesn't even realize it show shown the chiller like. Oh what's this bump on my arm. I'm just going to ignore that. The vigilant the vigilant never ignores. That's right that's exactly right right. Well i'm going to go home and check myself for moles and i'm going to let the life. Check me for molds. Vigil heard a double scoop generous. One day you're having over here it's bombing share the fun size. Podcast sharable life-size motion of the show by texting. Fun sized you eight sherry so we've got to bring on right now. If you're a regular listener you know that every once in a while he will read from his spam box on his computer and he gets some really interesting women who want to be a part of max's life what's going on so i will read these out to you. This one is from miss anna so the subject is. How is life my beneficial mike cupcake smiley. Face my mice homes where you from. How old are you. How is life at the moment. I am searching for ad droit man. You're gonna joy although. Let me just say bob is beneficial.
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"Thank you so much. My friend Good Morning Americans. And Hello, my friend is a delight to be here with you a lot of stuff going on big elections last night. If you have any thoughts or reactions, I like to hear those I know there are an awful lot. A record setting number of absentee ballots still out there to be counted. That's a wonderful resource to have in the TIMAKOVA. A lot of people concerned unsure especially as registration. Time was going on. Will we be able to go vote? and people were. Were able to cast their vote even if they didn't feel comfortable coming to the ballot box, but it won't be until after June thirtieth that we can have a tabulation of all the absentee ballots, and so these results won't be official till then however most of them probably are are are known the likelihood of an outcome changing as a result of counting absentee ballots is not very high. It doesn't happen very often and so Some interesting things could happen maybe. The on of upsets, the right word but maybe one of the surprises that incumbent governor appointed county clerk. Jamie Romeo of Monroe County. She is trailing Challenger with no electoral experienced Jennifer Boo Tay It's fifty to forty eight with about nine hundred or so votes between them. We'll of course. Keep an eye on that it. Amy I'm glad you found us. Ma'am welcome to Newsradio wham eleven eighty. I will thank you. So I went to yesterday and I walked in, and I did on my little registration, and then they looked up at me, and they said you already voted with your mail and boats. And I most certainly had not. So I said I most certainly have not, and then they stare at each other for a little while, and they go about I. Guess you can go again. I'm like well, so then I get to go twice to know we'll be overridden, but here's my question God if I had not gone into out. Whoever mailed in my vote with my name, that vote would have stood. Well how to tell somebody get your vote how they getting in your mail. I have no. IDEA! Information all over the Internet, but if I wanted to fill out a mail in vote for somebody I probably I I i. don't share that view I, you know people can choose to do wrong. I think it would have had to come in the mail. They would have had to somehow steal your identity, or whatever like that? My which I mean claim to be you? When in fact, they weren't and I guess some people would do that, but would it really. Would you commit a felony? In order to in a cast a vote, one vote illegally or Inappropriately in a relatively meaningless primary I I don't know Martin thanks for calling sir. You're on Newsradio wham eleven eighty. Good Morning Bob along the same note I wanted to offer A. pushback to your position and maybe understand it better. I don't understand how you can feel so..
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"Oh! No it's it's a rare opportunity to to defend a lot of people. I'm sorry. No, it's okay, we. We have actually right now. There are more people listening to this radio station than any other radio station I believe that yet burger. It's because of you and I will give you. I think it's the news. Okay? and they come in a variety of ages, do they? Yeah, but we do better with people over thirty five women. That's our group. What's that and women? We could use more. There's no doubt about that, but I mean that's that's your at your cry every weekend. very good at bury. WHO's GonNa? Stop abusing me because I'm older. You're my son Sam. WHO's a seven? This I love this kid like crazy and he's just so candies wildly intelligent. But also all boy, and east. Any any completely can't. Completely, candid and He goes the other day. Was Saturday or Sunday? There was some we're talking about food and. So he he gives me a hard time for eating so much. He Goes Dad. You eat way too much, and he any goes your sixty, which is very old, and you have a fat belly which he shouldn't have, so you should not eat as much food and I'm sitting there like Oh. Thank you very much. Thank you very much more for him. I'm GonNa work you one hundred percent on that I'm GONNA, work into my late seventies to pay for his college berry right and he's giving me crap. Bobby importantly. I- winter's coming. Guys I'm just insulated Brian Thank you for calling services newsradio WAM eleven eighty. Hey, how're you? Could Sir hope you're the same? Yeah Hey I was just about the the woman in Walmart what a horrible situation that was, but hearing you tell the story about it. Like I think it's one thing like days later to to say you know, and it took about three minutes to talk about what happened in how nobody seemed to help, but I just imagine like if you're Walmart, and you're there to buy windex and in multivitamins, and all of a sudden somebody runs past you screaming like I. think it takes for that. Whole scene probably happened in about thirty seconds and I. Just it's not fair to the people that were there. Because I'm sure there were plenty of people that would have helped. If. I if they weren't. Process yeah, yeah, it's yeah, if they if they weren't cowards. Yeah if they weren't self absorbed. thirty seconds series a long time. I mean an and that probably is a fair. I know how long it takes to to sprint when someone's stabbing you from the back of Walmart to the front, but it turns out the human beings actually have quick reaction or have the capability ever watched a baseball. There's a ball and a thing. They hit it with a thing, and or like tennis or basketball very score, or are you familiar with the concept of war, or law, enforcement, or professional wrestling or boxing? It turns out that people can act. The people can respond. If they give a damn. Right if they give a damn we're short on. Give a damn in this country right now. but I hope you've got everything you needed. At Walmart the other day and hope you feel pretty good about yourself. We'll stop. We'll get news from Todd holiday on Newsradio wham eleven eighty..
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"When it happens anytime another hour with Bob Laws Bury starts now on newsradio WAM eliminating stood I appreciate that good morning Americans and hello, my friend there has been over these months of government ordered a Kovic shutdown. There's been an an awful lot of upset and inconvenience, and where that's may been felt. Most poignantly for people is in a government mandated separations. people say in nursing homes or hospitals have not been able to receive visitors and it. We have heard tales. Tales of people going through surgeries and cancer diagnoses and treatments with no and their of for them. We've had a people in a nursing homes who have not had loved ones some folks with dementia who've had no one there, and no comprehension is my guest, Berry or something like that. Put the name there something like if you get a chance but it. We've we've had You know we've been aware of those circumstances, but there's another category of New Yorkers is. Do you my guest? You'RE GONNA. Call her or something like that politics. Forgive Me France But there's another category of New Yorkers. Who have been impacted by these orders out of the governor. With in many situations, gray devastation, and seemingly for on unnecessary reasons in either people in group homes you know there are there lots of group homes around? Often there for people who have some you know unique condition. There may be you know the for. Developmental issue or maybe a physical issue, whatever else like that, but these cities are available and they they do much good and Anyway is that that's the guest. Okay, yeah, I forgive me, friends I pause distracted here but anyway the point being you have folks in group homes away from families, and that's created great difficulty. You're talking about that little bit. We're going to be joined by Lisa. Palumbo Ma'am Good morning and welcome to the broadcast. But mining. With what? What's your familiarity with this subject? How do you come to be knowledgeable about it ma'am? Well. My son is in a group home He has been in a group home now for three years with five other male individuals that he called his brothers. they have a certain bond together and I've. I've been basically banned from going there since the virus happened. How how old is your son? In these other men with women in are, are they? Disabled or which their circumstance. Yup. My son is the youngest at the House. He's twenty two and the oldest is thirty two. And they're all developmental They all have developmental disabilities. They have autism. Maybe epilepsy they have We have two individuals there that have Sanfilippo Syndrome It's so it ranges, but they all are probably..
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"Welcome back. Friends welcome back. I guess probably ought to ask you about. This deal with the Columbus statues there have been course. Some confederate statues moved the. Here's what they've done. They took down Roberty. They took down Jefferson Davis in Virginia Richmond they took down I. Think Mayor Rizzo or something like that? In Philadelphia last night they attempted to pull down the statue of a guy from colonial or early American. Times who is in statue because he was an abolitionist, but you was an old white guy and we tried to pull that down. They couldn't do it, so he just did. They got him with paint. Columbus statues have been torn down in Saint Paul. Minnesota Richmond Virginia again and Boston Massachusetts. the argument is that these are all symbols of America's racist past, and they must be torn down with a couple of exceptions like the Rizzo, a statue and a couple of the statues in Richmond Virginia these have not been torn down by the government. You know they've been torn down by MOBS. They've come in in an axe. They can only be called vandalism. have have torn down. Destroy these Danseuse. And they say oh, that's the voice of the people might say it's nothing of the sort. It's the voice of the mob in America. The voice the people as expressed through the voting box, and if all of a sudden. A. Communicates! Columbus. Wants to tear down his statue. Then you know the people in perpetuity city or whatever we'll say, we no longer want to have the statue, and they'll have a vote and they'll send out the city crews. It'll be taken down in and and cart it away. That would be the people deciding through their elected representatives a bunch of. Anarchists in the late of the night. Who are on their own modified war against the United States That's the that's the mob. What do you think about The tearing down the statues I can't help but think about Hitler, burning books and. The Isis people destroying art. That wasn't consistent with their culture, and in here now we have you know certain mobs in the United States which you know, don't like you know this or that and what? It represented permits, era and so They're destroying that we we. We can't accept. We'll history history and they were different back then and we may even. Even say different in wrong, but but we have to obscure and destroy relics and artifacts of the past, because they don't meet the standard of the mobs and you just you know. He asked the question. Is that is that? Is that civilized? America, are we? Are we comfortable with that John? I? Appreciate you joining us earn your on newsradio eleven eighty welcome. Hi You might not have the answer, but perhaps listener does. Canada Group of citizens be deputized some how to go after these elected officials that are obviously anti-government. They're sponsoring demise Cheddar etcetera. I. Don't want to name names. You WanNa name council. Women like Ao see that are sponsoring. These maps with their rhetoric and they're talking. What do you think? Deputized you, you WanNa you a group of people. Who What do you mean? Go after them?.
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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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"But the point is that At basic training. They are fairly stern with you. I'm saying they They're not much into that whole pansy thing. At least they weren't back in the nineteen eighties right and and We got an explanation right towards the beginning of Basic Training about two things. One that we're going to run we're going to run every day and you are not going to drop out of that run. The run means we're going to be formation. We're GONNA be going forward and you're going to be in your slot and you're not gonNA fall out. You're not gonNA walk and step aside. You're not going to be a quitter. You're going to be an F formation right. And they said here's the deal you can drop out twice the first time a you will in shame. Be Allowed to walk back to the barracks and wait for the real soldiers to rejoin you at the completion of their training. That day the second time you drop of a run you may walk to the company headquarters where you may begin to process for discharge because you are not worthy to be an American soldier. So that was the explanation on dropping out of runs and then they told us about these two hills misery and agony I knew nothing about their length. Their grade Or anything else but I did find their names. Somewhat focusing of my attention misery and agony and they said Before you graduate from Basic Training we as a company are going to run up misery. Agony right so at any rate Basic Training commenced I set in my mind driven by fear the commitment that I would never drop out of a run because I did not want them yelling at me. I did not want the embarrassment of going back to the company area Without my colleagues And I also needed this job Financially and in terms of skill development for a job on the ray I I needed to stay in the army so well we start having these runs and you know I I was so afraid is to I cannot drop out and the runs often were very challenging They are often very difficult and You but I did not drop out and then we got to be Near the last third or so of of basic training and it was It was time to run up misery indoor agony and I can't remember exactly which one it was but I remember this. We set out running from the company area In this very large of formation. Doing the jody calls knol like that's pretty impressive and Behind us there was a big empty. A truck they call an adduced and a half or something. I can't remember and And after a while the little road where you're on Presented itself at the bottom of this long steep seemingly never ending Hill and You know the drill sergeant started Shout and a little bit of instruction at us and we sort of You know got back. Make sure we're in exactly are dress right dress and Heads Down Up This hill we sat and It it was steep and it was long and People started falling out and as they did they would be sent back to that. Deuce and a half in the drill. Sergeants would shout to the rest of us to A reform and I remember putting my head down and just staring at the ground in front of my feet. saying I cannot quit and A up the hill We went in a lot of reshuffling and reforming and ultimately We crested that hill and I lifted my head up and there were just five of left out of the company who had run up that hill and To be honest with you that may have been one of the most important days in my life. I learned that I had been unable to Run the world famous canister living sign hill for those six years. Because I had told myself I couldn't and I had been able to run miss. Misery are agony. Whichever it was because I told myself that I could and that simple difference makes an awful lot of difference in life. I'm Bob Lansbury and this is your hometown. Welcome back my friend. I'm Brian. This is your home town Here's the advice for the week. Don't pollute yourself don't pollute yourself know what's that mean That's the part. I don't know I don't exactly know because there are a variety of ways to pollute yourself of them are Any good for you. All of them lead to potential sadness. Some more tragic than others. The deal is that we have the ability to bring into ourselves into our bloodstreams Into our bodies Into our minds The things be they thoughts or be they substances or be they habits or beliefs which can pollute us. Tear us down and though you might not think that a substance substance or thought Or a habit or an activity would be analogous or similar In fact they quite often Can be now I about a substances. Don't pollute yourself. I know that there'll be fairmont. A beer gets drunk over this Memorial Day weekend. And I'll trust your judgment on that but I come from a long line of alcoholics and I have not ever been able to Calculate accurately or reliably. What exactly is the acceptable dose of poison and I hope and and have confidence that your use of alcohol Probably does not broach Alcoholism but I do know that the potential exists and I do know that the cost of that realized potential is astoundingly high. I know the heartbreak that comes when people are addicted to substances As with any pollution of the body a soul or mind It festers and grows does the pollutant. And it'd be comes dominant in the behavior attitude. Health of a person and pollution's to who we are a as they spread and become dominant. They also push out and Eliminate other aspects of of who we are that probably are sacred and important in the situation of say a physical pollutant as some substance you would put into your body be it overuse use of alcohol or be it drugs or a tobacco or whatever along those.
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"Do people Assert an officially establish and subsequently defend those God given rights while of the history of the United States of America is any guide and it is It is through the shedding of blood. We mark this weekend. The sacrifice of those men and women who have laid down their lives to allow us to exercise these God given rights that may seem barbaric or sinister and yet history teaches us. It is the only way because those who would bind and press seem to a recognize other language nor respect in any other currency and it is of course an echo of a similar price paid for our spiritual liberty there is bondage of the soul. It comes about as a consequence of sin We are free to choose morally in the eyes of God and a we may will choose morally to do that which is wrong and I think that that may be pretty common. Meaning that some of us in some way at some time in our life in it to some degree have done exactly that and thereby bound ourselves with the consequence of our sin. We have stained our souls if you will made ourselves impure and unclean. Yeah how do we Escape the bondage of CNN its consequences. Well just as physical liberty secured by the shedding of Patriots blood Spiritual Liberty is secured by the shedding of the saviours blood. There is In the death of Jesus Christ the atonement of the son of God. There is a paying of the price for our spiritual and eternal liberty. And so this Memorial Day as we remember those who gave their lives to provide for our social political and cultural freedom let us remember he who gave his life to pay for our a spiritual freedom. I believe that understanding these two things will enhance our appreciation of them. Both those who we honor this weekend and he who I hope Every day of our lives we carry in our hearts remember also this last takeaway if freedom is from God then the suppression of freedom is from the devil and we ought to stand always on God's side and we ought always to stand in opposition to the devil. I'm Bob Blondes Brian. This is your home. Welcome back my friend. I'm Bob Blondes. Brian this is your hometown. You know We've had an opportunity. These recent three months to be reminded those of us with children at home of the great value of classroom instruction. I have nine children and I have had children in public schools now for thirty consecutive years. And I think I have another ten or eleven years to go and I naturally have Observed and appreciated over these long years. The instruction provided my children by teachers up at the school So many of them have done so much good and some of them Who HAVE DONE. The most good are among the most appreciated people in our lives our being myself. My Wife My children And so you know I. I've long been a fan and I've long been aware of the great potential. That teachers in classrooms have to To change lives for the the good in this shutdown of schools though. I appreciate certainly the efforts of teachers online and the various Very helpful programs there are for online instruction My sense is that you know looking at a screen or watching a video or sitting in zoom meeting will never provide any more than the tiniest fraction of good and true instruction and Compassionate leadership that can come from a truly committed. A teacher in a classroom of willing students So so I'm grateful An interesting thing about classroom is that it is most typically of a lecture sort and I don't say that critically because I love The lecture form of teaching. I love to have somebody stand up and teach me something. Explain something to me. Give me knowledge I for me at work one hundred percent. I'm so thankful for it. But the lecture of form of teaching is just one form of teaching It is a tool that's highly effective in the right environment. But of course in the wrong environment could be almost completely ineffective and I mentioned this not as a commentary on schools and teachers and the techniques they use but I mentioned it more as a lesson to those of us who might be parents right. Because here's one thing I have observed as a parent like. I said I have nine. Kids my. I do not assert by any means that makes me an expert or gives me any kind of insights Or IN ANY WAY INDICATES THAT. I have gotten it right or am in the process of getting it right because sadly I suspect Aware of you know A better anybody else. I would presume in all those areas that the answer would be in the negative not the affirmative. I have a far greater Tendency to screw up then to get things right but nonetheless. I'd like to make this observation that the lecture form of teaching so wonderfully effective with teachers in classrooms is only marginally and infrequently the right tool to us as parents in the home yes. We should be very clear with our children. We should instruct them directly. This is what's right. This is what's wrong. This is how you behave. This is how you don't behave. This is how this works. This is the way you do. There is absolutely an essential role for that form of parental instruction And leadership. But you'd be surprised. How infrequently hit is the right tool I think that more commonly and beneficially used for instruction in the home then the lecture method is the example. Method is so often like say when you know your children get to be a certain age and they start getting little Lippi Or they get adolescence on them and they start being creatures from another planet Pretty much hating you and thinking you're an idiot or whatever like that When you see squabbling and bickering and things of those sorts of amongst your children or insulin's a express towards you It is So often the natural impulse to see that as some inadequacy or failing of that child. Hey stop being a screw up And and here's the deal responsibility for our individual actions and personal moral choice or agency. They those are real things. And they apply to kids past a certain age to write When you're little teeny tiny they. They can't really make moral choices or just a little you know. I don't know what some kind of amphibian deal But they get to be a certain age eight nine ten something like that and they know right and wrong in naked make choices and and make you know that's when they become moral agents it at least to some degree I believe. But but here's my point When we look at little johnny or Suzy and say my gosh why are they not doing better say in the quarreling or the bickering or the selfishness? Or the whatever else like that. I'd come back to our teaching technique and while probably we have got the lecture portion of a down. Well don't do that. That's wrong okay. And again that's necessary and essential It is however Not Sufficient you need to get to the example way of teaching and children.
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"It was his decision and All of his tried to talk him out of him. I have worked with Bob Matthews Since nineteen eighty eight for thirty. Two years I at The Times Union where we were the last two columnist at that paper and then here this radio station as well where you know. We have the great privilege of of of hosting radio programs and You know it's it's not like Mr Matthews and I are like bosom pals you know all these thirty two years stood in professional awe and admiration of him He was a huge success as a newspaper man and he was a huge success as a radio broadcaster. He either one of his achievements as the sports columnist or as sports talk show host would have put him in the front rank of of media. People in Well really a couple of generations in Rochester. There's nobody close But from deal gun them. Both is is pretty spectacular. Any rate It was Bob. Stick a couple of months off. You can work from home. You just do work three four days a week if you want We'll get somebody come in and sit with you wherever along those lines But he only you know I guess he would know Just lying wanted to be done and I stood over here in the newsroom. During his last broadcast were several on the staff and listened to the wonderful tributes and hearing the emotional Mr Matthews Voice. There were tears in is all around he. has been for two generations and is a giant. God blessing and thank God. We've got news there. We're going to find out what's happening at wells college on Newsradio wham eighty..
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"It to be polite. I when I'm outside Again when I'm running but like if I'm going to the store or whatever else. Ike that Our mask because I don't want folks getting freaked out even though I think I understand that the likelihood of transmission Is extraordinarily low to nonexistent as long as we follow a simple Rules of social distancing. Like you know. Don't stand so close to me. I think we had a song about that. One time back in a moment on newsradio Wham Levin Eighty welcome back my friend. Oh what is this on? I know they're GONNA say eventually. I remember back then. I thought it was a long term. Go to the bathroom of very nice. Kevin Guide you called. Welcome to newsradio eleven eighty. Yeah I wanted to know your opinion on how president trump refuses to wear a mask in public. I think it's his call I think he's trying to make a point I don't believe it does any harm Masks to the extent that they are protective are the greatest likelihood. There's a very small. I mean they don't do very good at keeping germs away from you. They do better at keeping your germs away from others right so Trump is tested on a regular basis. He doesn't have covert he's not endangering anybody And also I think that the media is very much on him to wear a mask as part of a you know compelled to compliance thing. So I it's it's his choice doesn't it doesn't bother me I Yesterday ran out through highland park. Just for the heck of a chick see how the lilacs we're doing will probably kick them out Quite a bit But yesterday there were very few almost no lilacs that are out. The flowering trees are doing pretty well. They're losing some of those big Pedals there were a lot of people there Just enjoying being outside in the fresh air. And it was a delight to see them but at highland park just like At my front yard the lilacs are still you know their mailing in baby if there was going to be a year not to have a lilac festival yeah this might have been it no lilacs and it snowed when they would have been having the parade. Here's a thing of note. Last Friday Bob Matthews retired After is it thirty five years of doing a his talk show on this radio station. I was working on a a writing project last week. I was on furlough but I came in and used my office. I'm putting together. Look a book It'll be out in November something like that but is in here writing and I knew that he had you know in effect putting his two weeks notice and through last week You know a was the week before now I was with I back. Last was gone last week or okay. Whatever it was Oh Yeah it was. It was a Friday before last. It was a week ago Friday. He he retired anyway. The point.
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"Has had a difficult time of light and his recorded. Some lovely reflections. Recently after shop news that was inextricably linked to his own Bob Attempt so really big reason for the grand rounds and at becoming search of a family affair for the for the Hail Group and the groups are currently. My Wife's family Was that in. May of two thousand eighteen counties mom. Linda was was diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time in a life she should face the fords it every ten years ago and now going to have to face that again and we did briefly about kind of parking the the attempt to focus on family over that soon and the actually we decided to continue and one thing that was really nice about it was that. I was able to to fundraise and run. Linda run for a chosen charity. Cancer Research and raised over three nine thousand pounds. And and they're yeah every donation yet the whole family just took heart from Yeah it was and the whole thing took on a bigger meaning. It was wonderful distraction from from from Linda's Linda's treatment and the perspective of treatment. Also it meant Linda. Colley knock two lakes together and with with Harvey and that was those really special times and then when it got really difficult on our no that I D- I definitely given up from from herself. One point on leg four and I wasn't. It was just too much for me but then there is. There is a pathway back to the attempt by thanking about all of the donations that had been been made. The promises are made to to the people that donated all of my most supportive as well and I'd said even if even if it runs in twenty four hours are just trying to do my best to get round thing and encourage on a Linda and all those people who'd and donated and that just helped help keep back to help me keep going and I think that if there is a message that can take away from their the you can. You can do more. You can find more resources within yourself when you are when you're doing it for for the people and their that that to me was a really important lesson in the ADO cherish.