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"bandmann" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast
"What does regular order look like. That's what we're going to follow him. And so i don't think there was anything untoward in general milley said in that episode. I'm david preece. And this is the law fair podcast. September twenty first two thousand twenty one a forthcoming book by bob woodward and robert costa contains reporting about several controversial actions by chairman of the joint chiefs of staff mark. Milley in late two thousand and early two thousand twenty one regarding conversations with his chinese counterparts his discussion with senior military officers about following standard nuclear procedures. If need be and reaching out to others like the cia and nsa directors to remind them to watch everything closely where each of these reported actions proper for chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. And why and what about all of this coming out in books to talk through it all. I gathered the team on civil military relations. I peter feaver who is a civil military relations expert at duke university where he also serves as director of the triangle institute for security studies. He served in national security council staff positions in both the bill. Clinton and george w bush administration's he'll so had the misfortune of being on my dissertation committee back in the day. Corey shockey is the director of foreign and defense policy at the american enterprise institute who has worked in the joint staff j five in the office of the secretary of defense and in the national security council staff as well as the state department's policy planning staff during bush. Forty three's administration. She has also researched and written extensively on civil military relations. And alex bandmann is law fares pritzker military fellow and a visiting fellow at perry world house. His government experience includes multiple. Us army assignments and time inside the office of the chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and in the national security council staff. It's the law fair podcast. September twenty first milly trump and civil military relations with peter. Feaver cordy schalke and alexander vitamin peter. Let's start off with the facts of the case as they are known that is and that may be a funny word to use here facts because what we have from what general milley supposedly said did is is filtered through the words in this new book as as written up so we're not sure exactly what happened but let's take the reporting at face value. What is it that general milley is said to have done well. What woodward win and cost to claim that general milley basically took over control of key policy decisions to protect the nation. Because millie believed that the president and the people around him might be inclined to do really reckless things and so that was in the very last days of the administration milly was overstepping his role but perhaps doing so because he had to quote unquote saves the country. That's the allegation. And whether that was in fact what generally was doing depends very much on the precise wording and accuracy of woodward's reporting. I know from previous work that that woodward is very good about getting verbatim quotes from what people told him many months after the event and of course he's very good at getting schedule and the calendar and megan contemporaneous notes. But in this case what really matters is the precise details in so we can't be completely sure what happened. Well let's break that down into the two elements that are getting the most attention one of them is that general milley reached out to his counterpart in china and essentially reassured him. That things are a little bit crazy over here right now but. Don't worry things are fine. Don't get concerned. Don't get trigger happy because of something happening here. Give us a little context for that because some people are reacting to that saying and literally some people use word. Treason saying that. This is insane that he was talking to the chinese military at a time of some domestic political dispute in the united states. Many other people who have worked within the national security structure and have analyzed it for years. Say this is completely normal and what you expect someone at that senior most position to be doing on a regular basis. Talk through that a little bit. Well i provide to deeper points context. And that is that. If you're in evaluating general milley you have to view him as an olympic diver and evaluate him on the difficulty of the dive. He was being asked to conduct. And if you just take from june one. Twenty twenty through the inauguration those six plus months that was the most difficult time for any chairman of the joint chiefs of staff from civil military relations point of view. The most difficult time of our professional lives so he being asked to execute some of the most difficult olympic dives ever and that weighs in as we evaluate his performance. The second piece of context is to recognize that even by the summer of twenty twenty the process of the inner agency process a national security policy making policy implementation process of the trump administration a process. That never was very clean was breaking down and then after the election so from the election to the inauguration it completely broke down altogether and it was the messy est national security policy making implementation process again of our professional lives in those last several weeks so those are two important pieces of context to keep in mind as we discuss specific charges now to the specific charge of talking to the chinese. That's actually part of milley's regular job. He supposed to develop mil to mil relationships with other senior military leaders both in our allied partners and in our adversaries so that in times of crisis if we need a back channel. We have such a backchannel military-to-military so he is supposed to talk to the chinese and that is not unusual that he was doing so point. One point two is. He was doing so in the october call. According to woodward's reporting he was doing so at the direction of expert. Right the secretary of defense so he had top cover. Now we could ask. Was there adequate coordination between aspirin me on the one hand and the white house on the other hand maybe not but that just points to the my earlier context point regarding how process was breaking down in inside the trump administration. We should say the spokesperson of the joint staff did issue a statement saying that the chairman as you just said the chairman of the joint chiefs regularly communicates with chiefs of defence around the world including with china and russia and that his calls with the chinese and others in october were in keeping with these duties and responsibilities conveying reassurance in order to maintain strategic stability the specific context for the october call is precisely when a duty duty-bound to make the call that is according to reporting the united states had reason to believe that the chinese were miss understanding what was going on and were believing that the us might be planning a sneak attack and they were taking steps in accordance with that fear that was not what the us policy was was president. Trump himself said no. I had no plans to conduct a sneak attack. And therefore when general milley is reassuring the chinese about what. Us policy actually was he was merely conveying. What was president. Trump's actual policy. Which was. I'm not about to conduct a sneak attack and so this kind of reassurance confidence building measures is best practice in crisis management and best practice in civil military relations and is not problematic however the precise wording of what he said to the chinese as reported by woodward and kosta. You could raise some questions about that. And so i would imagine when generally does his testimony before congress and a couple of weeks. They'll ask him about the precise wording and he'll clarify whether he said exactly what would claims. He sat or whether he said something else. That is perhaps less problematic. In what would cross the line from a sieve. Mill perspective from this is not only acceptable for a chairman to do but it is precisely what the chairman should do at some direction from the secretary of defense the civilian authority here. What would cross the line. If he said to the chinese you would say. He has exceeded his authority done. Something that is inappropriate. If he made a blanket promise that forever and into the future that the united states will never attack china without general milley. First alerting the chinese that would go beyond his retirement. But i doubt that he made such a blanket. Promise i think more likely what he says..
"bandmann" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show
"Triple eight nine. Seven one. Seven two four three. We've been talking about how when it comes to the left. It's not about hypocrisy. It's about elitism. These are people that literally believed that. They are better than you the smog. You know it was like that girl that you wanted to date back in the fifth grade and you were wearing the tough skins and she had to leave is so you just knew it wasn't going to happen. Every time she passed by doing. You had your pro wings and your tough skin see what just she would. Just look at you and just be like no. It's not going to happen and and and you would just be devastated because you knew you were like just. I'm just not on that level but you really wanted her but you know no no. I'm not. I'm not talking about my life at all. I'm not talking about my life at all. so van. Men revealed in his memoir that he in fact was the whistle blower. See this stuff. They're elites their elites. They don't even believe that our constitution in my opinion is divine or great because they are totally tearing down our structure. They are totally there. They are fundamentally just as barack. Obama said they're fundamentally transforming america and it started with him fast and furious. Irs being ghazi and then it continued on with both he and biden with james comey and all of these frauds. We got the russia hoax crossfire hurricane. We got ukraine right. Which is what. I'm talking about now. Within inman we get the the the pandemic you better shut everything down. You better lock everything down better. Destroy the economy while trump happens to be an office in has a great economy and was going to easily walk away with a victory and november twenty twenty. But no no no no no. No we gotta we gotta shut that down dailies. Don't care if they have to destroy your life as long as they get to retain power. It's pretty sick. it's pretty sick. But it's the truth so in november two thousand nineteen the nfc leaker lieutenant. colonel alexander. Bandmann testified on day three of the atom full of shift trial ranking member of the house. Intelligence committee devenue nez republican california. Straight up aspen man. If he discussed the july twenty fifth trump's alinsky phone call with anyone outside of the white house. Being men testified that he spoke to people about trump's call to alinsky. That was george can't who is a state department employee. You guys may remember seeing him testify in front of congress and someone in the intelligence community about trump's phone call..
"bandmann" Discussed on Boomer & Gio
"I will get better on gave us through it all right. I'm going to step right in here. Gimme idea from the dugout. When i should swing about that ready just give me a one two or three. Because i can't see damn thing here man. This is tough. These you know with the elbow pads the hand peds alonzo's cut a a on his bottom hand. Did you see that. Yeah they all. These guys have the shoulder pads. And what i wanna know. Even all really started with barry bonds when he showed up there he basically looked like a transformer would've gotten to the box. I mean that thing on his arm that went shoulder to his fingertips that he would put on there. And ever since then. It's gotten the crazier and crazier all right. Let's go to. Thomas is back. What's up for dominance good morning. Hey guys good morning how you doing all right man. What's going on you know hanging. Hey i just wanted to say man. Please touching the money. You guys that i know you guys are excited about the next man. I have a and you got to keep talking about this and i. I don't want us to go down there. And what do you think at. This point is foreign to the season where they are. What do you think could happen. That they drop into one of those playing seeds and then don't get a real playoff series is average. You're thinking man. I don't know this man Ever since ever since we have you know this guy. He became a yankee fan and gangqi talk. That's the afternoon guy. Yeah that guy spank. But i don't think we're dominance right of that in that regard but renamo you also have to remember that we have been talking about the nixon's the beginning of the season. Gregg is a not a case of a nick fan. I've actually lost my nick bandmann toilet. Actually it was brought back this year. And we've been talking about tom. Thibodeau in talking about jewish renner all year long..
"bandmann" Discussed on Meanwhile On Our Plane
"About all things come from away. This is episode to. And I want to say a big. Thank you for early comments support on episode one. I also wanted to let unite then a future episode I'll be interviewing the Real Kevin T. so let me know if you have any questions for him. In this episode, all be chatting Nick and Diane Marcin the married couple that met each other for the first time during those five days new found land. But first, here's a few updates from the come for away. Well, this week Irene sank off one of the shows writers didn't interviewed Maestro about being a female in the musical. Theater industry is a really interesting rate and all link down below more information is coming out about the Swedish cost. As they continue hassles, you can follow the fantasize media updates including some video. Some of the Broadway cast members have been doing some fundraising this week portraying shot Joe team come runaway, Completed Virtual Five, K for Broadway cares and Julie Josh Astronaut. Happy spent the night sleeping outside to raise money and awareness for Covenant House an organization that supports homeless. You are leave ogling. He needs to donate down villa in Toronto. They clued George Maxwell alongside Bandmann Greg Cuco from. And their friend Jerry Finn a doing a live Gig in London Ontario not UK with their band. The row demand is on the tenth of September and our level the details down talking of live shows. A few members of our London UK cost will be singing at an event run by Geology Music UK at the Center Point Guards in need Tottenham. Court. Road. The event runs every Thursday to Sunday. From t to seven and this weekend's cast members Emma Salvo, his are Janice and Jen Tierney. All standbys are going to be a pair in be sure to check the event page. At Ten, am for all the details of hosts performing that day. My recommendation this week is going to catch up with intimations full live concerts that were streamed allies spend garden featuring various performers including right to Dhaka is really worth catching up on the website for one more week. So definitely go and check that out. That's the news for this week enjoying Condi-. Thank you very much for coming or musher. How are you doing on our spend a bit of a crazy time with everything going on redoing we're doing fine. We're mainly home cooking at home. Highlight is going to the grocery store once a week. Yeah. The making sure you wash your hands ready to. Wear masks and I need haircuts. Yeah. Being too. Comfortable going so I if there's any business to get Diane. I've got some little Caesar. So I've been trimming she has he hasn't seen what the back really looks like. Cut. Here. Is Fine as you can hide under the comfort away hotline you're wearing. The top mine. I can't take you anywhere. So..
"bandmann" Discussed on ConCiencia Podcast
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"bandmann" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"To another partner called Frisco and we also running this week and I thought twice time. When! She looks like. They dominant in the work at every stage of the work, so would that be that she made? The way she's She writes according to morning breathe. Not always happens. You Know Nice. She the win. Well the the weekend Led the course by the. the steak win Chris the how you coming along with with two year olds for the summer. I got a good grip. I've got to to nine tutorial last week in which I liked and one of them I- temperature three days before the May. Scratch now, then the cool, said the coughing like matter, the salute for the main the pointing both of them very well for the both of them New York, Grand. That's okay. We will bring them back and got plenty more coming over the next two weeks, so I'm pretty excited about the tool. Now. I, love it. What about casino? Grand coming up on Thursday in the easy goer. I've got a question mark because everything was great and I worked in a few days ago and so the what was not, and I don't understand why so my monitoring everything the moment. Name kicking him out to be showing up making a mistake. You've been a good work also designed somebody because puzzled. Don't make mistakes so. Amendment that would say question mark. All right and then. Okay And how about how about the New York bread Oak Bluffs bread the Freud Philly Fresco. Come back for the third start. The fourteenth timepiece tonight Catholics are the beaten count same amending shorter. She's the one I've been working gone, so it's a good line, so let's go imagine. Go and I train them. He's got them the way. How `Bout A recent winner! Going back the last weekend! shamrock it the tone a-list three year, old Colt breaks through. A nice off improving time. To short for him but the gang amount according to New York. We'll keep him in longer distance, and then we'll go from. Excellent. and. We talked. A call me. Love is going to run coming up with new. York and With. The. CAPPUCCINO AVOCADO I'm excited to. Go from there. And and you also already talked. You mentioned the sister Therapists sister, and of course therapists with With the wind. Two weeks ago and. Talent. Coming up one calls at Kingston. Teams, and then they have a New York pets tanks, which goes six on a tough I think will depend. so I, don't know, speak drive either, but it's my gut feeling too. For the six hundred weighs more than the. Agrees with with a clam. Excellent well Christoph It feels like it's going to be a terrific summer and coming up as soon as this weekend, and we got two more weeks and thing, everything will shift up to Saratoga You got you have a beachhead established. You've got some of the horses up here already. Yes I am actually in right now and. All the air. It look good. I'm excited and you know back to Bandmann tool. That's my my weekly within. Every Monday morning or Sunday nights ago? Come back on Wednesday afternoon, two women. Excellent Excellent Wow Chris Congratulations again decorated invader. We'll, we'll see. We'll see over there. We'll see Saratoga soon enough. BEKKER's..
"bandmann" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network
"Bon br. She trained very well. She won a best. brees was the last two breeze. actually proved that within the. which belongs to another partner called Frisco and we also running this week and I thought twice time. When! She looks like. They dominant in the work at every stage of the work, so would that be that she made? The way she's She writes according to morning breathe. Not always happens. You Know Nice. She the win. Well the the weekend Led the course by the. the steak win Chris the how you coming along with with two year olds for the summer. I got a good grip. I've got to to nine tutorial last week in which I liked and one of them I- temperature three days before the May. Scratch now, then the cool, said the coughing like matter, the salute for the main the pointing both of them very well for the both of them New York, Grand. That's okay. We will bring them back and got plenty more coming over the next two weeks, so I'm pretty excited about the tool. Now. I, love it. What about casino? Grand coming up on Thursday in the easy goer. I've got a question mark because everything was great and I worked in a few days ago and so the what was not, and I don't understand why so my monitoring everything the moment. Name kicking him out to be showing up making a mistake. You've been a good work also designed somebody because puzzled. Don't make mistakes so. Amendment that would say question mark. All right and then. Okay And how about how about the New York bread Oak Bluffs bread the Freud Philly Fresco. Come back for the third start. The fourteenth timepiece tonight Catholics are the beaten count same amending shorter. She's the one I've been working gone, so it's a good line, so let's go imagine. Go and I train them. He's got them the way. How `Bout A recent winner! Going back the last weekend! shamrock it the tone a-list three year, old Colt breaks through. A nice off improving time. To short for him but the gang amount according to New York. We'll keep him in longer distance, and then we'll go from. Excellent. and. We talked. A call me. Love is going to run coming up with new. York and With. The. CAPPUCCINO AVOCADO I'm excited to. Go from there. And and you also already talked. You mentioned the sister Therapists sister, and of course therapists with With the wind. Two weeks ago and. Talent. Coming up one calls at Kingston. Teams, and then they have a New York pets tanks, which goes six on a tough I think will depend. so I, don't know, speak drive either, but it's my gut feeling too. For the six hundred weighs more than the. Agrees with with a clam. Excellent well Christoph It feels like it's going to be a terrific summer and coming up as soon as this weekend, and we got two more weeks and thing, everything will shift up to Saratoga You got you have a beachhead established. You've got some of the horses up here already. Yes I am actually in right now and. All the air. It look good. I'm excited and you know back to Bandmann tool. That's my my weekly within. Every Monday morning or Sunday nights ago? Come back on Wednesday afternoon, two women. Excellent Excellent Wow Chris Congratulations again decorated invader. We'll, we'll see. We'll see over there. We'll see Saratoga soon enough. BEKKER's..
"bandmann" Discussed on The Heat
"Stafa he was addressing uniform like something essential costing I mean people are going to want to hear from him today right. Bandmann is important because the Republicans as we were talking about that so much. It's time trying to muddy the waters arguing about who was on the call. It's all who's well this guy. was there this guy. This guy did not like it when he heard it. This guy raised the the alarm about what he didn't like in real time and it feels like kind of the perfect Kryptonite to the crazy republic. Arguments it's hard to to for them to play their little the game when Ben is sitting in front of you in his uniform purple heart recipient telling the truth about what he heard that this corroborated over and over and over again. So what do we expect to come out of this day. So is this the last week of public test naval the decide with each of the US. President I I mean we. There's going to be an endgame him right. You know John. Bolton is sitting out there and Mick Mulvaney is sitting out there and they are trying thing to in some way of boy testimony or whatever but there are core proceedings going on trying to see if they are basically going to force them to answer congressional subpoenas so the Democrats seem to want to wrap this up before thanksgiving. I understand that. But there's a chance to get Bolton especially to testify if there's a chance to make it very obvious the people that Donald Trump's chief defender Mick Mulvaney is refusing to testify. It might be worth the week to to watch that. Play out now you know we live in this. TV Age and some members of the media complained last week. About the hearings of Taylor and Ken didn't make for exciting. TV lack of Za`Z. I think was the word Like it was sort of strictly. Come out single something about forty million people did actually watch. And you're GonNa Vich had a few moments world sharing and I just want to play. Oh you the end of the hearing. Because I didn't expect this. I don't think any wanted it. Returned Speaker Condition Business Very. He's experienced those members on this out of the aisle. We should have a chance to respond to your disparaging remarks district chairman. Demand is the chairman Mr Chairman Chairman. Now that was pools for a former ambassador to the Ukraine quite incredible. What did you make was that that was not a TV moment? They yeah. They were not applauding. The Republican attempt to muddy the waters further. They were applauding because at that moment when they started clapping Ivanovich stood up to take sacred leave from the hearing room. She conducted ourselves with integrity and grace in terms of these people who don't find this exciting as a legal correspondent. I have watched some trials. y'All don't know what boring is this is. This is riveting popcorn eating television compared to your average criminal mel preceding. Just say no we cannot allow our democracy can be decided by reality. TV ratings these people who have testified so far are incredibly dedicated public servants testifying truthfully incredibly and I think that the applause line the laws that we just heard is an indication that there are still enough Americans who respect and appreciate the quiet dignity Of Service because that is what we are seeing from Taylor and can't Ivanovich and that is what we're going to see next week from hill and been men then if you want reality. TV that's that's what's Don one is going to be four. Well Eliot. Thanks walking through this because it really is Quite compelling moment in American history thanks so much for joining stay really appreciate it thanks so much. They missed owl. Executive editor of the above the law website and a regular contributor to the nation remember the the heat is produced by. CG Sandia America our executive producer is Gareth h senior producer. John Gilmore was our guest today. Our digital producer is Joshua show about. Oh He's always sitting there and director of digital development is Marc chagall wants to get on making king and thanks so much for listening. Do remember if you have a comment. A question you've a complaint awesome even some praise about today's poker sandison email. You can find a heat podcast. CJ AMERICA DOT COM. And please if you like the heat help spread were by subscribing rating lear Komen put it automatically downloads with your favorite pok cost provider. Thanks a lot..
Brad Sugars on Business Re-Education
"Rad sugars and his team continued to build business reeducation to new levels. Today we are going to put but the F. Word back into business. You know we're GONNA tease that alphabet. Welcome Brad so the nice guys on business podcast. Hey honey could to be with you today. Happy to have you here. Obviously it sounds sounds like you have in northern New Jersey accent. When did you move from? No it's funny where you're from Australia. It's amazing the places people like you from the South Yeah just a little further to the south though a little further south keep moving south. Keep moving so Brad I've had I've had a number of friends now. I haven't had the chance to see it personally. Although I watched a bunch of your youtube videos videos over the last couple of weeks since we've uh scheduled this interview and looked at the reviews and and the Synopsis Of the Book Although I am we'll talk about that a little bit but I've had had many many friends that have actually had the opportunity to see you in you know in action on stage and they all agree that you that you love. The stage in the stage loves you. When did that love Affair Fair begin exactly Dang you know I I got on stage? I remember many moons ago. I was as a young man in business and when you get successively young age people like well. Can you tell us what you did as if there's some magic pill that I did something different whatever other person that was successful didn't so I started teaching and and then I think it was ninety. Ninety four Robert Kiyosaki invited me to come and speak at is business school now he's super famous with the Rich Dad poor dad series but and I went to a and he said you come speak in Hawaii teach business at my business school that came over to Hawaiian on my hand. I get paid to travel around the world. Hold and speak to people this is cool. I'll do this forever. Yeah no hesitation yes. The love affair began as soon as I saw that I could get paid to do this and travel took took some great places my eventually. I was GONNA say that eventually I worked out hang on. This is really hard work. Because I remember there was a couple of years. I did more than two two hundred events a year and I thought this is really hard wood. I gotTA actually create a business instead of actually just running myself ragged right all for sure I agree with you you so for you to to be able to go and bus home for for two hundred dates. A year doesn't leave a lot of time for I believe you have a family also so it doesn't leave a lot of time for that. Does it no well in those days. I was young and single today with five kids. It's like I think podcasts are much better idea doug where do you where do you live. What part of the country Las Vegas biggest home? My wife is from Massachusetts. So we kinda found a city that was halfway between Australia and Massachusetts not really but at least it's fun enough for an Australian Lynn and so you actually live in Vegas now yeah we live in Las Vegas which people go really you live in Las Vegas. I always joke and say yeah we live at the MGM. Oh it's a it's a great place place to I mean in real estate investments good opportunity there and it's still reasonably priced. I mean it does get a little hot in the summer but but it really is a nice place to live if you if you don't don't live right on this trip I would believe you know very spoiled. In this city we do have the entire Strip right there but we also have a ski field forty five minutes up the road. They'll lake forty five minutes that way and some of the best desert hiking but you know it's it's a great city to live in an as you mentioned real estate wise yet. We did okay coming out of the away crash. We wrote the couple of as you might say nice well. I've had an opportunity to go in. There probably dozens of times over the last few years to to to rent Iran Harley so I love riding my bike up into what does it Mount Charleston. Is that where the the ski slopes are somewhere over in that area Lee Lee Canyon Mount Charleston and then you do the red rock loop ahead on on APP to blue diamond and stuff. There's a lot of great places to ride so fantastic city. Now is definitely a great city well I. If I can remember back my dad past unfortunately in the mid nineties he created this selling system and he always used to say you put me across from prospect in a stadium filled with fans and I will close them. Does the audience charge you up to do the same thing or do you use that as your educational tool what I know there's there's money from stage but it also does a lot for your for your inner work as well. Obviously we use the stage to introduce ourselves to a lot of people and I think that's sort of where I started in the beginning. I remember way way back back did a deal with the newspaper company and they literally put me in front of two hundred eighty eight thousand people over two years and it was to introduce used to people and yeah we sold but mostly I believe in education. I'm people they say also your motivational speaker and I personally hate that because if you motivated an idiot they just do stupid stupid things and so my goal is always been education first motivation second saw so so many people today unfortunately are one month away from broke and I think I'm being even generous by saying they might even be one one month away from broke. Some of them are one paycheck away from broke. Who who is your market though because it you tend to gravitate or the people tend to gravitate towards you at least the friends that I have that been have have been attracted you or the ones that have already the achieved a huge level of success in their life enter just trying to figure out? How did they get to that next level so they're looking to us? Maybe talk about that for just a moment or two yeah yeah look we the people we work with the mostly business owners or those who wanna go into business for themselves. You know a lot of a lot of corporate executives too because when you're when you're an executive at a very high level or an entrepreneur running your own business it's Valey. I you know I'll put it very bluntly. Business ownership and executive level work is some of the loneliest what there is and because there's no one you can turn to so having a coach is something that is really important because two things things one is that coach will introduce you to a community of other successful business owners who people want to hang out with and learn with and learn from but also the coach is someone you can actually talk to 'cause when when you're a high level business post when you're achieved success or you're doing good and you WanNa do great. Who Do you talk to you know and that's the challenge for a lot of these people? I've always found again. I'm going to go back to some things that my dad said and he always said hey if you wanna do something successfully find someone else at at this time successfully and just see if you can attach to them just at least from a mentor apprentice perspective and and he he was so right through the entire process and and I'm assuming coming that your coaches they're not just educated by you. There's people that have achieved some level of success in their life and the ones that you put into the coaching realm are are others that can teach teach what they have done now. Do they do it with your system and teaching their industry or do you tell me a little bit about the coaches that you coach Yeah Look so my coaching team week. I mean we do a lot of to recruit. Great coaches is always a challenge. That's that's the thing so you know we're always on the lookout for great coaches is because they had the sort of person that loves helping others but also has that ability to build long term relationships and also has the ability to actually actually coaching knowledge now when it comes to the system and hence suave written. What is it now seven votes? The systematic methodology with which we grow businesses is my what am I. The latest book is called the Business College and what are we coach tweet coach to round thirteen thousand companies and business owners before I even wrote at that book and that book gotTa be fifteen years old now and the reason I say that is because what we find is there is a systematic methodology policy within which you can succeed in business. It's like there's a recipe for it and if you build a business according to the recipe it will actually work if you build a business based on just your gut feel like baking a cake. You know it's it's not going to be perfect until you've got that skill set that you know how to do it so we're very clear on doing that. NECC- that's hence why wrote the latest one that pulling prophets because it was about businesses doing good that WanNa do great you know how do you get actual exponential growth and how do you do that. Live with grow so you know it's been an interesting one to say that because the hottest spot for me in the beginning Doug was definitely getting out of my head will what is that that I actually do. How is it that I actually achieved this level of success and that to me was always going to be the challenge so Nice Guy Community? We're GONNA make sure we put a link Linkin. The show notes that you have access to to Brad's book pulling profits out of a hat I love the name but it but it definitely ties conjures up a feeling of it seems to be I'm just GONNA put some profits out of a hat. Obviously it's more complicated than that you talk about incremental growth versus exponential growth and maybe just spend a moment sharing the definitions of the two because I think so oh Manitoba's and all include me is part of a part of that US as well so many of us build our businesses on on incremental growth instead of the idea of the bigger their picture or even the larger picture is growing growth or building your business exponentially so maybe just share a little bit about what those two things me yes so let's let's even go back. Pre the incremental growth a lot of businesses do grow plateau will grow dip even they they do that sort of up and down or up and sideways type thing and that's really where they end up being the incremental growth is where you start talking in percentages and you know the average business is very happy to have ten twenty thirty percent growth way we challenge them with this book and we challenge them what they're thinking of. Why Gopher percentages why not go for multiplies so if you're saying okay I'M GONNA get fifteen percent growth next year and I asked you the question what would feed fifteen times growth and the average person looks at you have no idea what it would take to get fifteen times gross? You say great so now that I've asked the question someone once said to me that the answer the answer doesn't matter if you ask the right questions because you know by asking people the question of what it would take to get twenty daytime growth thirty times growth all of a sudden you're asking the right question. It's like the bag of the Tanzanian says. Do you have a dime. Those you know you have twenty bucks you. You know it's it's that simple difference in Austin the question so exponential for us is looking at the multiply growth so it took two years to put this book together to study got clients that are actually doing that and look at what's the distinct difference between Bandmann those who were not doing that level of growth. Can I'd love to go. Can we take a little bit deeper. Deeper dive into that. 'cause I really WanNa know what those what those disciplines are. That people are working towards in in finding exponential growth from from increment in incremental growth perfect. Yeah look so when we sat down and you use the right way disciplines what we found is as five core disciplines and the reason we use the word discipline discipline is because let's say you get it right today. That doesn't mean it'll be right tomorrow. you know you've got to actually be disciplined and stay on top. It's like so the five core disciplines number one not in any particular order strategy business development people execution and mission those five Kohl's away we find the result so if we take just business development which sales marketing and customer service side of the
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"When I was growing up my both my parents worked and when I was probably six <unk> six at six or seven but before you not go to school my grandmother would be the one who took care of me all the time and I would you know when you're little you know oh you just call her called her mom just because she was the woman was taken care of me because my you know birth mother was at work. Dad was at work but the crazy thing funny thing is I still call her mom to this day. I mean some people think it's weird or whatever but I it's. It's you know mom can help you know she she she she was in that role right absolutely absolutely so talk a little talk to us about your <hes> your grandmother's because this is what the foundation is in remembrance of so. I do you think that <hes> molded you and <hes> we're you weren't in a fatherless bliss home situation because there. I mean <hes> the whole family structure. Modem me <hes>. My grandparents accented that it wasn't <hes> my my mom. My Mom and dad raised me strong. <hes> and my grandparents were dead to support that plus some you know to to to bring <hes> a reference point of reference says well because you know unlike today. I still respected what my grandparents said right and when they said it wasn't like I'm GonNa tell mom on you grandma. That didn't happen as you try that once. AH GRANDMA SAYS GRANDMA that that was what she say yeah. It wasn't like going thickened opinion but will just to finish this. This line is I'm picturing by grammar there too and when you saw your mom respecting her you know you couldn't circumvent that right <hes> and I I wasn't even paying attention to the time we got some rapid fire. Questions were real good. Oh Seattle time here pretty quick so <hes> before we do some rapid fire and some other topics so <hes> what's the call to action. How would people find out about the organization. Get Involved Gault caught the accident definitely visit my website at Edessa ends allying foundation dot org a different family me on facebook as well but <hes> I'll be. I would be remiss if I didn't go through some some some quit. satistics real fast just give people an idea of the epidemic. DEMOC fatherless homes crimes eighty percent of the youth or who are come father's homes end up in prison seventy percent <hes> juvenile's in state operating institutions and this is all from the immune recorded dot dot Org <hes> if you education sediment percent highschool drop-outs our forefathers homes <hes> behavior you got decision to use what's the percentage of dropouts seventy one percent seventy one hundred one percent behavior. Yes sixty three percent for us. You suicide of a father disowns <hes> eighty five percent of us. Who Show behavior have you disorders cover father's homes ninety percent are followed his homes? Children are runaways health you got senator percent of adolescents percents <hes> or chemical dependent and also we look at the mess shooters the secret in order that or the <hes> the unknown truth most of them come from fatherless homes white or black was that white and black white and black her chromosomes because a lot of them have behavior issues right they had trust issue have bandmann issues and again none of these figures drop below forty fifty percent and then we look at the <hes> the <hes> the child's sex three auto moto shouldn't cover forest home so if when young girls who as as well as a young man. I mean it's kind of daunting or just <hes> it's almost too much to try to wrap your head around <hes> but I mean what organizations are taking the lead on this. I mean <hes> like the boys club. Whatever right or maybe the NO <HES> DO my research. I'm I'm shocked by the number that are not out there <hes> again. It's a salad epidemic. <hes> black community does not want to talk about it for whatever reason and white community. I. I don't think we the sees it as as their problem because again ninety nine percent of Ah here's that on the mentorship program Gwinnett county particularly that black minority primarily black so if they feel Caucasians occasions <hes> kids caught up in the system like this so again you have the hear no evil speak no evil see no kind. China thing <hes> but again you cannot turn on the news and see the implications of what happened in nineteen sixty five so I mean are are there. <hes> celebrities are thought leaders or taking any elite on this or <hes> what. I what I've seen personally seems team. Steve Harvey Yeah. You saw your personal facebook about Steve. He's he's big on this and he's the one that I've seen most prominently <hes>. He's doing a great job getting word out there there a couple of movies out there <hes> father this <hes>. I believe the movie came out. That's that's on my facebook page. So <hes> <hes> this gentleman who went around the country interviewing <hes> <hes> not only single mothers also single man who who who have been racing in a single parent households he came from a single payer hassle so the movie out definitely recommend this going to youtube. Youtube and and going to the site <hes> and just seeing first hand hearing stories of first hand wouldn't that they the effects of <hes> going up without a father. What do you think that the possibility of <hes> kind of reversing that legislation we can get the government involved to reverse some some of that and given incentive <hes> to keep the fathers in the home rate <hes> that I think that'd be very challenging in this Puerto Rice political environment environment now first of all the Democratic Party has to come to grips so what they did to relax and particularly and particularly not he sixty five and secondly blacks to look in the mirror and say this is a situation too and then move forward because come it doesn't do anything without the people stand ended up the same. We want you to do this immediate. I mean I don't know how to phrase this but sometimes I see like <hes> <hes> someone being featured on some of the outlet it and it's the mom with the kids and they're kind of applauded in celebrated that this mom raise the kids on their own right but at and and I'm I'm not trying to smerch women who are out there doing this anything new. I mean you know there were periods and mother's raising kids kids before Nineteen sixty-five i._T.'s before but as you as you said the celebration of it now yeah with that the more more weight right to say you could do this post.
"bandmann" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"A fight. If you got the best mood, paper, Bandmann, is it you? Here's the question, green. Here's the question. I got a I got because I've got your card. I'm a big fan of backstreet dreams, you know that both, you know. You guys dress, so cool. You look, so cool you go out and perform. Here's what I wanna know. The ladies come out of the woodwork for you guys. Because look how cool you are on there looking talented. Not just tag along with backstreet dreams, just one time, man. And you all let me just come along. I guess so, yeah. As long as you can care the equipment Dwight. Well, okay. Can't act like you're one of the backstreet guys came back street, drains, man. Can't. Okay. So how long have you all been performing together about roughly? Well, we do band nights every other month. Okay. We have, like different Saint people. But I just because we both the both lead singer. Yeah. And. And the kiss footling both guitar players and that Kelly is a gum and Greg Upton as the chemical. Okay. So how do you I see a kiss a shirt on here? Why did you all settle on the backstreet boys to kind of go with the name backstreet dreams? Why did you settle for that? Same idea. I guess. Because we had like a. We're like a like other especially like yeah. Like. Have bears Josh fires fellow watching. Action. And. Yeah. Put. Backfire frames. Like other vans. Bill boy, eight degrees. And all these these guys. Here's what I want to know. There's another group called boogie down. Yeah. Are they rivals? Do you all do you all get along with boogie down? Okay. Well, let's do I was hoping you didn't well backseat dreams guy. Tell us how all this came about. And I'm holding one of the cards here thing I've ever seen in my life. Tell me how this whole thing came about. Yeah. They I mean we have so much talent in our own. They're members and just one thing. I wished we, we need to share with any more stories like this. We gotta have somebody who just got modeling contract. We've got artists by the way. Yeah. It's just, you know, there's something every day I feel like we can share with the community and these guys just had talent and they get together and have their boys nights, and they rock out and obviously got a little following what how do we how are we doing how has down syndrome? Louisville are a we comparative to other cities or are we doing pretty well? We are the largest in the country in the world. Honestly. Lifelong learning center service from infancy through life, and yeah, we're doing a great job. We'll listen to be Sam Bailey. I can't. Thank you enough. I've got some things I want you to sign before you get out of here for me. But you said you were going to say, I can't help it, man. And here's what I want y'all to do. I want every one of the backstreet dreams to come back. At some point, you gotta say, I gotta have going to have to say about picture with all you guys. And then we want you back. We want you to perform, okay? Better than I know. Dot hard to do these days. Guys. Thanks so much. Thank you. Thank you down syndrome of Louisville police before they still sign up to play golf.
"bandmann" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"On the blues. Also Bruins offense Matori crew said this morning, they don't win. They face game seven in our building now outside this building here in Saint Louis Bandmann gathering. Sincerely this morning. The weather is perfect here in Saint Louis. So that now huge crowd in the streets anticipating a wild celebration with the blues win completing their worst to first incredible story. Sink Lewis was dead last, the NHL standings in January. Kenny Albany, Joe McNally coming up with call of tonight's game six right now we go down to the ice back from his. NBC. S N, pre-game TV work. Ryan rinkside reporter sponsored by progressives home insurance. Get your quote at progressive dot com. Brian, what about the atmosphere that you're experiencing tonight here in Saint Louis? I'll tell you what golden mean the outside scene was crazy. These streets are filled with, with fans blues fans in anticipation of this being a Stanley Cup clinching night. The crowd has been, you just feel it during warm up. The building was filled for the warm up session. You don't see that very often. I think the electronic in this building is high right now, in, in hopes that their Saint Louis blues team can wrap it up here tonight, the Bruins trying to stave off elimination all the conversation Bouche about officiating and all that. Most of them we scored one goal in game five. How do they get to the net? Well, they've, they've got to find a way to get to second and third chance opportunities. And whether it's their top line a little bit banged up or is it more? The Saint Louis blues defense doing a great job of defending in front of Jordan Bennington. Whatever it is. They need to find a way to get inside much more than they have their five on five plays in lacking all series long their power play has been silent in the last two games. They've got to find a way to make a difference here tonight at five on five they cannot rely on the power play. They've gotta make a dent early on high suspected, they will come out with a push like they didn't game five. I think it's going to be more about Saint Louis having to weather the storm here early on. I overall the blues setup perfectly trying to win this Cup at home. How much pressure is on them tonight. Not to have to go back to Boston and game seven. I think it's that they do not want to go back to Boston. They realize this is a big opportunity to win it on home ice for their fans. I gotta think that there's gonna be nerves at play early on in this hockey game for the blues how they handle that pressure will be key as to whether or not, they hoist Stanley Cup here tonight motion joy, at ringside we'll get back downstairs to you shortly as we get set for game six of the Stanley Cup final still ahead. We'll hear from Bruins captains today. No charge debrusk of the Bruins chats with Kenny Albert now, have that Rune of the blues in conjunction with NBC sports. You're listening to the Stanley Cup final on Westwood One. Life is lived by moving forward. Seizing the open room, embracing. What's ahead? It's why we created Ford pass everything you need to keep forging ahead in one right in the palm of your hand, only four past combines roadside assistance Ford pass rewards. And now when you buy or lease a new Ford earn points, you could use toward flexible complimentary maintenance for past built to keep you built Ford.
"bandmann" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"The move is the result of the FTC in the department of Justice. The US government's leading anti-trust enforcement agencies quietly divvying up competition, oversight of two of the country's top tech companies, the other, of course being Google. They are watching them closely Israel carry it out. Airstrikes in Syria on Sunday at response to rare rocket fire from its neighboring country, or you do its military with a war monitor reporting that ten soldiers from Syria, were killed, and some other foreign fighters has Woolas chief is warning that a war in the Gulf against Iran could engulf the region. Meanwhile, just weeks after secretary of state, Mike Pompeo announced over nude pressure campaign, targeting rans, energy sector, America's top diplomat said the Trump administration is willing to talk with Iran with no preconditions, but he added that the sanctions that have crippled Iran's economy will remain in effect. Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia continues having issues with Iran. Could there be at talk of war? Let's check in with Dr Jerome Corsi, author of atomic around, Jerry. What do you think of the prospects of Saudi Arabia going to war with Iran? I think they're increasing Georgia because Saudi Arabia right now is trying to put together. A coalition of Gulf states to oppose Iran, and really the, the conflict in the in the whole region is between the Shiites in Iran, and the Sudanese in Saudi Arabia as badly as hates Israel. They hate Saudi Arabia just about, as bad can Saudi Arabia beat Iran, without US help, probably not George. I think that's really the key issue. And right now. The Trump administration is trying to go the route of sanctions to really economically punish Iran for again engaging in nuclear weapons. Iran has ramped up his nuclear program, once again, with centrifuges producing highly wrench, Iranian now that the agreement that secretary Kerry, it negotiated under the Obama administration has been cancelled by the Trump administration engines in the region. I think at this point increasing their highest level they've been longtime, Jerry. Yes, that's correct. And the likelihood of a war, or an incident provoking a war right now is it's been years. Keep in touch with Dr Jerome Corsi. If North Korea's leader Kim Jon on his Accu cute at a top official over his handling of new killer toxin Hanoi the US North Korean diplomats says he has not gotten word. Let's check in with Charles r Smith. Are. Expert on such matters Charles, what do you think about this situation? Did Kim really killed the sky? Apparently not because he has already appeared in the press. So they say. Yeah. Well, he may have been kind of demoted, because he was ranked ten out of twelve appearing at a recent conference. But for all practical purposes, maybe lost a little bit of showing but at this point he's still alive. He's still breathing eating appear to have any holes in him. What do you think tend to happen between North Korea and tensions are still there, what's going to happen? More of the same. We'll have a couple of hats, we've seen them shoot. A couple of very short range ballistic missiles. We've engaged in some conversations with South Koreans about purchasing more f thirty five fairy taking possession of some so just expect to see like I said, more of the same, you know, we're going to see Kim looking to get a check out of this, and, and our guys looking to get assurances he's not going to do anything crazy, Charles website, soft, war dot net. Drivers in the loan state of Texas or about to be seen less read than Texas. Governor Greg Abbott has announced that he has signed legislation that bans red light cameras across the state. The house Bill thirteen sixty one there authored by a Republican save Representative would prohibit the use of photographic traffic signal enforcement systems. At least seven states, are trying to ban them. Altogether. Dr John Curtis. Online columnists dot com with us here. I'm sure a lot of drivers wouldn't mind banning these red light cameras, John, no question about it. I mean you go to places like Culver city and you see the city is wired, like almost every couple of blocks, there seems like a red light cameras, like one of the danger most dangerous places to drive. I think in the United States right now. But I think you know, when you consider the fact that Los Angeles had the wisdom city council Bandmann in twenty eleven when defect in two thousand twelve so that's a long time ago in LA, as you know, is one of the largest municipalities in the country, certainly with the most automobiles. I think it's a violation of due process for most people, the revenue that is brought into the state is unquestionably almost obscene amount of revenue. I don't know if you know there's a red light ticket in California right now cost an average of four hundred ninety dollars. Geez. S one ticket for one one ticket. And you know they tack on all these additional fees. It's like buying a gallon gas in California. I mean, everything is like tax. We have such a, you know, the legislature never met a tax. It didn't like and back there's a new one coming on on Tuesday. Hope people are paying attention about where the school board is asking to take if you can believe this one hundred and sixty dollars out of every thousand square feet you own a home. And there's some people that own a lot of square footage, there's some homes near where I live where they have fifty and sixty thousand square foot homes that Matt would amount to a lot of property tax. But I think it's never government overreach. You know, these red light cameras in a time, you know, they get rid of them because I think they really do violate the fourteenth amendment for most people, one of the problems too, is always been the driver saying, I wasn't in the car, I lent it out. They do that. And they, they, they also rig the, the yellow white timing, sake one that big green goes to read almost immediately. And so you're stuck you're caught on camera. Absolutely. All right. John. Thank you, John. 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"bandmann" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM
"Record him. Many. Bandmann is. So these days, do you find yourself strictly on guitar in the have other people play bass feel the inspiration on occasion that you need to play bass? Know that my latest report, and I play bass. Most of the lines on it up. Did. Very shown time that, that might be stay up. All right. Let's listen to that. Now is that if that's okay with you? We have a brand new single. This is the buckle records label out of Bordeaux, France. Brand new scheduled to be released June. Seventh we got a little bit early from Sarah Ferdie, shutout, Sarah, this evening. This is Clinton Barron's latest single jazz version of tune entitled time impact all have you introduce Clinton, please. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. This is related really coming up here in seven, and it's very EP for version, reggae dub. And then there's guys version and also instrument played with Tom, I drown. Instrument jazz.
"bandmann" Discussed on Men, This Way
"And so I wanted to invite people in we decided not to share that episode and why is that you have the great question 'cause I think that was important conversation to make lots of meaning about my feelings, and then realize that sometimes our feelings are not meant to make meaning off of. Yeah. And sometimes feelings farts Nick coming. Oh, next thing, you know, you're in frame of mind anywhere when you're feeling that feeling and so a lot of the came up on this last call was stuff that no longer feels true. And we moved through those feelings. Thankfully, with your mazing interview therapy session, it was helpful because I got actually express some of that stuff. But yeah, I really like it's important, not necessarily always share the whole extent of a relationship as it's in one of those moments because then it becomes something that makes me question. What is that? Men in what is actually meant to be broadcast versus actually worked out in privacy. Yeah. It's a thin line nowadays, it seems, you know, it really is. I've had to navigate that Meyer relationship because I was one of those writers, personalities really kinda got my name on the map, if you will, by being totally transparent about what I was experiencing going through this was a single man in a relationship. Doesn't really work. I'm someone else's sensibilities though to consider. Right. Exactly. That's the thing I hold her heart, so dear my wife Armenia. Yeah. It's a Queen. And so for me to be waiting through the waters on air as we haven't come to a resolution ourselves heels like it's putting something ahead of our relationship in sacred as lot. That was the dance that we're doing with that last call. It was powerful call. It really was helpful to to get through that. And now are in love again, feeling great. But yet, it's testament to how times relationships are not what they always are in romance movies where swept up off your feet in in. Love for the rest of the story. Yeah, that was challenging times bring up doubt here and all of that stuff. So, yeah. I'm glad that was about it. I am too. Again. I'm really just prison too because of how this went down in how you and I both went through this and really honoring your relationship in realizing that, yeah, that conversation was powerful. But it isn't for that was for you and I in really Carmina, and it wasn't for the world. I think there's this idea, a man, I have been so victim to it that in this day and age, you know, using vulnerability gain allow. Alano success in whatever external allies form that may look like or when you're famous, there's a spectator in that we should know everything about Scheuer. And I think, again, you know, your proximity to fame, I worked with an artist Ashra was, who was in the Bandmann Nudo replaced. Ricky Martin in Manute, oh. And he told me he was partying with some of the biggest stars in the world. And he saw overwhelmingly, how miserable people were with all the success in the world. And I'm curious you just went to India where I've been India few times, and yeah. The poverty at least seems through the eyes of a western mind staggering, and yet you experienced something there in the Piha. India was a really special thing, because there is that poverty, but then there's such a beautiful alignment around their faith, and look at how actually plays out day today at high everybody's bought into their faith there, and it really has people be certain way with each other consistently. It's really beautiful
"bandmann" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Replace screens. But. Almost glued together. There's no screws to take out there are underneath right? But that's always been the big question for me is, you know, how do you take this thing apart and then put it back together? Should be should be a challenge. Let's go on with this vegan women's restaurant that taxes men. Eighteen percent for attempting to eat there with them. Yes. So australia. I mean, shouldn't they forbid men entirely for trying to be they can't I don't know what the laws are are strata. Okay. If you can't forbid a man from coming into your restaurant, then you can't charge him more for being a man that's not how lost work washed up percents. Why why not just go the distance double double triple price? Bandmann? So they're like, okay. We'll just make you not wanna come. Well might be. I doubt it. I doubt they thought it through that much less ban bars. Do it. I don't know. I, you know, not frequenting lesbian bars. Probably not being welcome in lesbian bars. I don't have any idea. I mean. Create states, or I don't know what the laws in our area kind of oppressive from what I hear that. I can tell you that I would not feel comfortable from a legal standpoint opening of a restaurant in Keene New Hampshire and saying all women have to pay more. Dear god. They'd stone me states. You have that kind of largely one way discrimination. For gender. Although there have been bars who have been sued for things like ladies night, they lose. So so ladies nights is a legal thing. You can give away free drinks to women. Is that right? I thought it was that they cut in free. I mean depends on what are you? You get free drinks for being a lady. No, you either get free or you get certain percentage off or free drinks. There's that would be rare. Well, I certain that I have seen instances where women can get free drinks. Look if you like. Three drinks. If you're if you're running the honky-tonk, right? And you're clientele is eighty percent. Male ninety percent male. You're got a pool tables jukebox, and you know, a few female barflies. And that's all you got. And you run a special. Now, remember in many times, honky Tonks aren't charging too much for glass of beer might be twenty-five for Bud Light or cores draft. Not a big deal. So to give away some bud lights cores drafts in order to get the ladies in is then going to bring the male audience in even more thoroughly and they're going to pay for their drinks by and large get kind of watch. If you if a woman in a woman coming together that she's not just getting all the drinks for him. And her. The bartender isn't gonna go for that. But all in all it could be a winning proposition to do one night a week where you have ladies night. And then the rest, it's a discount or something like that. It's never like Saturday night right day or something. Right. So for visits not on that makes sense depending on where you aren't may. Or may not be legal. I think just rely on not getting sued because most people are not psychotic enough to sue over something. There was a lawsuit guys not being hired tutors or something. I remember that somebody decided that they had to have a lawsuit over determine who should be able to work at hooters who can't I've never seen a male. Server at a hooters. That's not why we go to hooters. What are you gonna hooters for the boobs and the shorts? I go to the hot chicks for the what I've considered to be pretty darn good chicken wings. So I had this happened was I literally back, you know, when I was dating not doing that now. But when I was a gal from work was showing extreme amount of interest. Even I could figure out she was interested which shows the level of interest and she clearly wanted to Astra day, and I like going to hooters, it was close to the place at that good wings, or whatever I said, hey, you wanna go to after work, and she was mad. I had no idea. Later. She told me that it was like, I just like the wings. And she started getting nice to me again. Because I think she realized I just like the wings. But if this is the sort of if I get hell over asking where we're going to go to a meal that I'm gonna pay for. I'm not I already done. So I'm not getting into relationship where the first thing that we're doing is dealing with somebody who's touchy and upset maybe I was wrong for asking somebody to hooters on a date. But I did it. I swear completely innocent. I just like the wings. That's shocking. I mean, most people who go to hooters go to hooters for other reasons. All right. I would tend to agree. I get now where people are coming from. You have a restaurant was naked staff. People are going to go for the naked staff. They do I. Gotcha. And this is a pared down version of that. Right. But there's just good burgers at the strip club. I can't how silly itself I feel you know, they do. Music videos like several times over and over again until somebody pointed out to me that they're like people in music venue. I was like, oh, I didn't. I know. Right. I I that's. But that's not what. I don't know why most people go to hooters. I suspect you're right. When you say that most people go to hooters for the hooters because that's the name of the restaurant, but I was going for the wings, and I was completely oblivious to this. And it wasn't me trying to gay just sitting there in the wings and look at any money. I can assure you have prior to dating me have have considered that a possibility, right. You have good diction diction, and you could be gay. But as the cases may be speaking of gay. Ran this restaurant where taxing eighteen percent. It's a restaurant by women for women. Can you tell me a little bit more about what was going on here? Just to some of the highlights. Yeah. So it was eighteen percent alleged tax. It was eighteen percent. Short surcharge. 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