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Democrats scramble to finalize spending package before Biden's trip abroad

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 13 hrs ago

Democrats scramble to finalize spending package before Biden's trip abroad

"Rossi a reporting even at half its original size Democrats are laboring to finalize president Joe Biden's big domestic spending plan congressional Democrats continue to say they're getting close but they still don't have agreement on all elements of president Joe Biden's now one point seven five trillion dollar domestic spending plan several democratic leaders met with Biden at the White House Tuesday afterwards representative Joyce Beatty who chairs the congressional black caucus was sounding confident our collective power is what will get the president's plan to sign but the Democrats are struggling to reduce some programs and eliminate others and representative privilege I appalled chairs the congressional progressive caucus cautioned yet again nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed to final

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Fresh update on "beatty" discussed on AP News Radio

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 13 hrs ago

Fresh update on "beatty" discussed on AP News Radio

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting even at half its original size Democrats are laboring to finalize president Joe Biden's big domestic spending plan congressional Democrats continue to say they're getting close but they still don't have agreement on all elements of president Joe Biden's now 1.7 $5000000000000 domestic spending plan several democratic leaders met with Biden at the White House Tuesday afterwards representative Joyce Beatty who chairs the congressional black caucus was sounding confident our collective power is what will get the president's plan to sign but the Democrats are struggling to reduce some programs and eliminate others and representative privilege I appalled chairs the congressional progressive caucus cautioned yet again nothing is agreed to until everything is agreed to final agreement may not be reached before Biden departs Thursday for a pair of summits in Europe Mike Rossio Washington

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Castillo Outdoes Buehler, Reds End Dodgers' Win Streak at 6

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00:32 sec | Last month

Castillo Outdoes Buehler, Reds End Dodgers' Win Streak at 6

"Kyle farmer doubled twice in the red snapped the Dodgers six game winning streak with a three one victory farmers two run double in the sixth put Cincinnati ahead three nothing he also doubled and scored on Tucker Barnhart RBI single in the fifth winning pitcher Luis Casteel struck out ten and didn't allow a runner past second base over six in the third shutout innings Walker Buehler was hoping to notches career high fifteen twin but the Reds reached him for three runs on six hits and two walks over six frames the Dodgers were blank until Matt Beatty's RBI single with two outs in the ninth I'm the ferry

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UK Posts the Biggest Jump in Annual Inflation on Record

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00:47 sec | Last month

UK Posts the Biggest Jump in Annual Inflation on Record

"Which is consumer prices have risen at the fastest recorded right during August you twit shortage in global supplies and higher wages the British office for national statistics said inflation accelerated to three point two percent from two percent the previous month the jump marks the biggest scam of increase month on month recorded by the consumer prices index the spike takes inflation way above the bank of England's target fifty percent and is likely to ratchet pressure on policy makers to sing consider raising interest rates from record lows the governor of the bank of England's now has to write a letter to U. K. treasury chief Chrissy C. not to explain what's going on as inflation has risen more than one percentage point about the bank of England's targets the governor Andrew Beatty is expected to blame the rise on temporary factors related to the pandemic Karen Thomas London

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"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:45 min | 2 months ago

"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Be right. Back doc. talking to babylon beatty devlin government. You know anybody else on the planet named evelyn. Actually there's a lot of filipino. Women named but really what i'm like. Wow that's crazy or i will look you. You were talking about a lot of stuff. Should we talk about bruce. Should we talk about pride month. We can get right into bruce. I mean straight from prides. Bruce i mean i i must say it. Just like this This man has directly stepped down from his position as a man to be identified as a woman. Okay god-given position as a man as head of his household as leader. He has mentally counseled himself from that position. Maybe it's too hard. Maybe he doesn't feel he can fit that and so he said i don't i don't want to be a man. I wanna be a woman. So i want to take a lesser position. 'cause i feel good doing that. And now this is the same man that you're gonna make the governor of california make sense that's not gonna happen We're gonna let larry elder as that's right nerve california but no it's just listen. This stuff is always complicated. And we live in such a divided society that I want i want to kind of come into the middle of the the bruce thing and say i've said it before on this program. My heart breaks for that man. Yes breaks for that man just brakes for anybody. Like let's say you're struggling with your your sexuality all you hear. Is you need to embrace that alternative sexuality and celebrated and live that out. Nobody is saying to you. You don't need to do that You if you're a man would some same sex attract you you do not need to go down the path of you don't want to. Nobody is saying that. And all you hear is one thing. So somebody like bruce jenner. He's he's not. nobody's saying to him. You need help. god loves you know. And let's pray for you. I mean you. And i were with sean foyt. My buddy can fish the other day. I mean there are people who can pray for inner healing really miraculous healing. Because somebody like that. I would just say i don't know what's going on but that that man is in pain. He has been pain his whole life. He needs real help and doubt people giving him the fake help and telling him go with that and they were and we'll be cheering him on to step up as a leader for others. He can have a mental breakdown at any given moment the same way. He had a mental breakdown. Can't be a man anymore. I can't believe my household he can say. You know what i signed up to be. Governor is too hard. i can't take it. I gotta missing every now up and i got it. Could it could go just like that. So do we really want. I mean if a mega step down from being leader in his own family. What makes you make. He can upholding a leader of the state of california. What are we doing. i I don't know i. I just think that. Larry elder is just gonna. He's gonna draw all the attention. And i don't think he's since been since then. He switched up larryelder ben since ben. Since ben's been so. I mean i don't see be now. Could you put that in english. I go up in different parts of new york than you did. I don't understand what you just said. So larry elder mini halfway. he'd been holding the crown. He's been conservative. He's been stepping up. He's been standing on his views for the longest so he's equipped to do it period pointing. He's he grew up in california. That's stomping grounds. He seen how it shifted. He has a heart for california. I believe the right mind to league california. He's the guy for the job. So you're going with larry larry larryelder for governor. That's right. I mean the fact that he is running. I'm so thrilled. I saw him at and our be not long leading it to hang out. But when i found that out i thought this is this is wonderful. You know what it is. You said this before about the republican party. Whatever we need. I don't think we should leave the republican party. I think we should make the republican party b. What's supposed to because there are a lot of people rhinos that are in it that they might as well be. I mean they are. they're they're just their career politicians. They don't even understand what they believe. They just want power. They don't care this way. I disagree with disagree already. Trump decided okay. He said he's not going to start a new party right right. He said i'm going to stick with the republican party right but he came in with the same narrative. I'm going to drain the swamp. Trump is not a politician k. He's a businessman. He's a leader. He's direct k. politicians they are. It is so many different crews. I just realized we're out of time. We're gonna come back with more. Don't.

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The Civil Rights Movement Opened the Door to Government Overreach

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:15 min | 2 months ago

The Civil Rights Movement Opened the Door to Government Overreach

"People have bought into this narrative that the democratic party is anti-racists. And all this kind of stuff in their history is different. So it's kinda complicated the credit when you obviously when you go to. I'm saying when you get into the sixties civil rights act in that that kind of thing You have to be aware of how many different things are converging. So when you talk about this. I don't think you're saying that the civil rights act itself was the problem. You're saying that it led to do a government overreach yes the quote unquote war on poverty. Which is yes. The explosion of the federal government yes to take over. Everyone's lives particularly in the urban minority communities which it was like look like landing the plane of communism into the ghetto. You go but listen. Let's talk about jews right. Y'all let's talk about james. You're jewish right and my jewish. Not that no. I've been grafted in. I've been adopted into the tribe. I'm greek and german. I'll tell him goi nice boy all right so follow me. There choose will also segregated against it just say no no colors would also say at times no jews but jews have always known to build within their own community. This is a tradition that they've had since Most time okay. So what the jews did was. They said okay. You don't wanna see your school's own schools better. You don't want our banks you don't want to think of banks. We'll build their own banks. You don't wanna business. We're going to create our own business. We're gonna make sure to find each other and now you. We go knocking on their door for help. They don't come looking for us. Could you imagine if the blacks had did the same had focused on building within themselves. We would've doors knocked on but we were too busy focused on being included and so in that we forgot about what was happening at home. Now we have fatherless-ness up to seventy eight percent in growing abortion twenty. I'm twenty three million babies. There's no way during cove it. Everybody's knocking boots and then again. Pray you think that. I run into the abortion clinic. I mean we're killing each other left and right and we're reaping what we saw in our streets right now there's death in our neighborhoods looking cargo.

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"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 2 months ago

"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"What are some of the hot topics we you said you wanted to talk about. Pride month prior month so black people only get twenty eight days but Lgbtq pride month is it's now the month of june and june teeth which is in june cuts into pride month. So it's fundamentally homophobic uh-huh need to talk about that so i'm gonna say something that's groundbreaking and is going to offend. A lot of people are right. The civil rights movement was the worst thing to happen to this nation into the black community. Why because the civil rights movement pivoted this. lgbtq narrative and it's also pivoting. Pedophilia push as a form of sexuality. Follow me for a second. we're gonna have to. This is crazy. But i'm gonna be real with you. People don't tune out. Could this always ends well. But you gotta hang in is heavy so now which helped understand the segregation was not an all of the united states of america. Right it was only in the south correct right so let's talk about. Harriet tubman for a second. I'm as an example slave in maryland. She traveled a hundred miles north to philadelphia. The moment she touched philadelphia. She was a free woman right. So this tells you in the north. Obviously since i found it fathers there was no slavery. It always was in the south. Okay jim crow laws and all of this stuff. This success always in the south. Now you may have. Had the north people like marco mex and all of these people talk about it and take on the culture in a sense of the depravity of what was happening but that wasn't there portion right so now martin luther king comes in. He says listen. We want to have the same abilities in the same access to what white people have but we had it. We have built our own schools. We had owned businesses. Our homes solid right so now. Civil rights comes in Jfk dies and the newborn johnson steps in and he says listen. I understand your struggle. we're going gonna make it equal for everybody but we also do a warm poverty. We're going to give you guys welfare

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Why the Civil Rights Movement Was a Bad Thing for Black People

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:05 min | 2 months ago

Why the Civil Rights Movement Was a Bad Thing for Black People

"What are some of the hot topics we you said you wanted to talk about. Pride month prior month so black people only get twenty eight days but Lgbtq pride month is it's now the month of june and june teeth which is in june cuts into pride month. So it's fundamentally homophobic uh-huh need to talk about that so i'm gonna say something that's groundbreaking and is going to offend. A lot of people are right. The civil rights movement was the worst thing to happen to this nation into the black community. Why because the civil rights movement pivoted this. lgbtq narrative and it's also pivoting. Pedophilia push as a form of sexuality. Follow me for a second. we're gonna have to. This is crazy. But i'm gonna be real with you. People don't tune out. Could this always ends well. But you gotta hang in is heavy so now which helped understand the segregation was not an all of the united states of america. Right it was only in the south correct right so let's talk about. Harriet tubman for a second. I'm as an example slave in maryland. She traveled a hundred miles north to philadelphia. The moment she touched philadelphia. She was a free woman right. So this tells you in the north. Obviously since i found it fathers there was no slavery. It always was in the south. Okay jim crow laws and all of this stuff. This success always in the south. Now you may have. Had the north people like marco mex and all of these people talk about it and take on the culture in a sense of the depravity of what was happening but that wasn't there portion right so now martin luther king comes in. He says listen. We want to have the same abilities in the same access to what white people have but we had it. We have built our own schools. We had owned businesses. Our homes solid right so now. Civil rights comes in Jfk dies and the newborn johnson steps in and he says listen. I understand your struggle. we're going gonna make it equal for everybody but we also do a warm poverty. We're going to give you guys welfare

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"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:49 min | 2 months ago

"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I warned you. I warned you to listen to this program. We'd stuff's going to go down right now sitting in the room with me issues here minute ago. Bevin bady she's still here. Eric and a look you. I never know where to start with you. You just one of these people. As soon as i see you. I become an idiot. I smile i run. I hug you i. I'm so happy to see you because you just you just you bless me bevin. Bady look We i met you. I guess you said through my friends. The benham brothers originally. Yes and you are. I don't even know how to describe you. You're pro-life activists your big mouth for jesus. How do we how somebody if somebody's describing. You just know you as a friend. How do we describe you Then a warrior and the army of the living guide the best way. Because we know that. But i'm saying on the resume on the piece of paper. What does it say. The evangelist first and foremost evangelists definitely an evangelist. Activists need be. Yeah okay well you. You became More well known because you Don't know how to put it when when described to my audience because you new yorker what happened like a year ago about a year ago more than with the blm to talk about this well Everyone knows me for facing the quote unquote mural placed in front of the trump tower on fifth avenue. Okay so in front of trump. tower's gone fifth avenue. there was a b. l. m. mural like on the street. Yes so how do they shut down fifth avenue to paint bela mural they shut it down and then afterwards they put barricades around it and they put a police officers directly there to protect it to make sure that. It's not defaced. And if it is. They had a the city. Come out and repaint it. The next day on y'all okay so you're that crazy woman and that's why i love you because we need way more crazy yes And we very people. Most people are timid. You what made you so bold. That i mean. Look that people are listening. You know just to be clear. Yes you are black so you bring a different Perspective kbia because so many white people are just like they're afraid to say anything like i'm not qualified to speak 'cause i'm white which is stupid but I can get that a little bit but most black people who think the way you do and there's zillions of they're afraid to speak to. I mean i'm gonna be honest with you. My walk with christ and who i am as christian identity in that is first and foremost before black. Black didn't go on the cross for me so any type of ideology organization that is pushing a anti christ agenda. It is my due diligence to come against it as a christian so it doesn't matter whether you were a white christian and asian christian black christian indian wherever you came from if this is your ideologies. Christ what you believe in your foundation. You gotta fight. Well i'm asian Christian as you know and I guess When i heard that you had two thousand joke bubble you feel when i heard that you that you did just become so stupid. Doesn't it like ahmadou some of that. Whatever like who cares you know. You can't tell paul's color when you read romans. That's right so but when you did that you went down there. What was this was this may of last year. I can't remember this. Was i think july. This is a few months before you got stabbed. Yeah we'll talk about that you you went there and you did this bold thing and you as you put. Defaced it i i think it was like a vast improvement like the state should give tax money because what you did but But that kind of puts you on the map that and what was what. What did the shirts say that you were wearing when you did this. Jesus matters jesus matters. She's a hat is straight up racist. I can't believe you would say something like that. So that's kind of how you got to be known but every cracks me up is i keep bumping into you. I was at this chon thing in southern california and boom. There's beverly what are you in southern california and then the other day. I was up in the bronx. The fantastic sean. Foyt let us worship event. Who gets up on the stage. The woman looked just like devlin beatty but it couldn't be so it's kinda funny. You're you're getting around. Yeah i'm getting on we're okay. We're here to talk about many things but the main thing is there's a film coming out. Let's talk about that The great american race game the great american race game move ins. That's documentary yes. It's the documentary. Bob mar in durkan and he is well known for documentaries in a actually he is the reason why the european the united kingdom got out of the eu us document. What is his name Martin durkin martin durkin okay. So this is a brave filmmaker. So the great american race game people can check trailer at great american race. Game dot com and It says according to my official document Here it says it sparks conversation on race that the country needs and it features larry elder. That's the next governor of california. Ho how do we love. Akeem believe larry elder he was just a talk show host just a bum. Nobody like me. Now he's running for the. I mean it's kind of funny is running up against bruce jenner but this is the part that's killing me because what i'm hearing about. More is bruce jenner than larry elder. I just found out today. He's running right right but as seen that at a bruce jenner was at cpac in dallas. So i mean in and also found out you know. I guess the gop is not endorsed and trump anymore because of the election fraud issues and claims like that. So i mean look. Here's the gop is dead is dead. Is that saying this. I've been saying this is january six. You've seen you seen a die all right. But with larry elder stepping in this is someone who has been a conservative from the beginning. He's never wavered in his views and in his stance. I mean if he was a rhino we would have known by now. I feel like this is the guy we gotta go full. We have ruled having any options. And he's been black most of his life. That's not a big thing. That's on new thing with jenner. The one thing that's like recent. I gotta take his baby pitches. But i think i'm gonna tell you the fact that he okay. So he's in the film larry elder and we're gonna have on this program soon. bob woodson another like mic. Drop bob woodson. What more do you need to know. What a hero he is. We've had him on this program many times. He's in the film glenn lowry and never met him but another hero and bevin bady so. When is this coming out. Officially so people can get psyched. It's june twitter. Yeah like it's just it's new. It's new now isn't as just out out. It just came out officially relaunched july fourth. And so we're really trying to get people to get out and watch it because it really is going to expose that agenda with black and the democrats and how they utilize that to push their agenda their narrative. Great american race. Game dot com alvanos's on salem now salem now dot com okay so we wanted the main thing i wanna promote that. So it's yes. That's that's incredible But what else is going on. Because you're involved in so many things bubbling. I mean which we talk about. Can we talk about the fact that you might have gotten married and didn't tell me we talk about. Oh.

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Activist Bevelyn Beatty: Black Didn't Go on the Cross for Me

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:55 min | 2 months ago

Activist Bevelyn Beatty: Black Didn't Go on the Cross for Me

"To my audience because you new yorker what happened like a year ago about a year ago more than with the blm to talk about this well Everyone knows me for facing the quote unquote mural placed in front of the trump tower on fifth avenue. Okay so in front of trump. tower's gone fifth avenue. there was a b. l. m. mural like on the street. Yes so how do they shut down fifth avenue to paint bela mural they shut it down and then afterwards they put barricades around it and they put a police officers directly there to protect it to make sure that. It's not defaced. And if it is. They had a the city. Come out and repaint it. The next day on y'all okay so you're that crazy woman and that's why i love you because we need way more crazy yes And we very people. Most people are timid. You what made you so bold. That i mean. Look that people are listening. You know just to be clear. Yes you are black so you bring a different Perspective kbia because so many white people are just like they're afraid to say anything like i'm not qualified to speak 'cause i'm white which is stupid but I can get that a little bit but most black people who think the way you do and there's zillions of they're afraid to speak to. I mean i'm gonna be honest with you. My walk with christ and who i am as christian identity in that is first and foremost before black. Black didn't go on the cross for me so any type of ideology organization that is pushing a anti christ agenda. It is my due diligence to come against it as a christian so it doesn't matter whether you were a white christian and asian christian black christian indian wherever you came from if this is your ideologies. Christ what you believe in your foundation. You gotta fight.

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"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:15 min | 2 months ago

"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You can discover it. Truth is not just a formula. It's not just a mathematical formula or logical proposition. It's a person in the person of jesus. And when i when i started to grasp how that was true and i look back in history. I realized that every significant individual who changed the course of history in science the arts education. Everything else was someone who believed that so unless we understand that truth is real and that it is also personal. I'm not sure what the way out is. And that's of course what you are about at summit dot org folks check out some dot org because i i want to say that you know what the bible says is true now. The funny thing is where it says. Things for example like god created us in his image male and female There are a lot of people. Don't believe that that's god's truth they think that's just an idea but the farther away we get from that the more chaos we see. I mean the chaos. We have now again anybody with common sense any anybody except an ideologue or person running in fear from something can see that this is just a madness that has been unleashed but in a way. It's a clarifying moment because you can see like okay. You want to go with that. Here's what you get. You have just got a couple minutes left about whether women should be drafted talk about that. Well we didn't do a poll on whether women should be drafted but the this is this goes back to the question of. Is there a difference between sex and gender. You hear this people say this all of the time. I was taught this when i was at the university. There's a difference between sex and gender. We know that sexually there. Six thousand five hundred genetic differences between men and women that is a scientific fact and and it's simply the case that men are are going to be better prepared for defending the nation when it comes to difficult combat situations than women extremely unpopular to save that to say by the way not just men manly men. Well right yes. There's a psychological aspect to this of course if you give up on the idea that there is such a thing as truth in everything is psychological. It's no longer what is actually. So it's what you feel about yourself in your head and that's just not going to make for good warfighting anyone who says otherwise. I think he's just trying to tow the line. And and people are afraid to say certain things and i think it's part of my theme over the years we become more and more Obliged to speak the truth boldly and so The idea that i would say women ought not to be drafted People don't want to say that well. Why don't you wanna say because you don't believe it's true. No i just. Don't i'm afraid of the backlash will folks. You better get over that quickly. You better start speaking the truth because as we can see we're reaping the fruits of not speaking truth of worrying what people think of worrying about polling politicians that So it's it's just an amazingly clarifying moment Jeff we're already have time folks Summit ministries check it out some dot org and let me remind you again that while the world's falling apart you can do a couple of good.

"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | 2 months ago

"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Guess we're bearing the fruits jeff of a couple of generations where we have not been really talking about truth and right and wrong in public schools in particular but in the culture in particular and so this is kind of where we go and my theory is that apart from god we're dead. I mean i really mean that. I don't see any way out of this except people turning to god and i. I'm not normally this dramatic. But i think it's that bad eric. I think well you've written a lot about this. So this is something that we share in common. Division in america's not between red states and blue states or republicans and democrats conservatives and liberals. It's between people who believe there is such a thing as truth and it can be known and people who believe that truth is individual that i speak my truth. There's a big difference between speaking my truth and speaking the truth so it is about over truth and my viewpoint on this is that listen Truth is truth is real. You can discover it. Truth is not just a formula. It's not just a mathematical formula or logical proposition. It's a person in the person of jesus. And when i when i started to grasp how that was true and i look back in history. I realized that every significant individual who changed the course of history in science the arts education. Everything else was someone who believed that so unless we understand that truth is real and that it is also personal. I'm not sure what the way out

There Such a Thing as Truth With Jeff Myers From Summit Ministries

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:32 min | 2 months ago

There Such a Thing as Truth With Jeff Myers From Summit Ministries

"Guess we're bearing the fruits jeff of a couple of generations where we have not been really talking about truth and right and wrong in public schools in particular but in the culture in particular and so this is kind of where we go and my theory is that apart from god we're dead. I mean i really mean that. I don't see any way out of this except people turning to god and i. I'm not normally this dramatic. But i think it's that bad eric. I think well you've written a lot about this. So this is something that we share in common. Division in america's not between red states and blue states or republicans and democrats conservatives and liberals. It's between people who believe there is such a thing as truth and it can be known and people who believe that truth is individual that i speak my truth. There's a big difference between speaking my truth and speaking the truth so it is about over truth and my viewpoint on this is that listen Truth is truth is real. You can discover it. Truth is not just a formula. It's not just a mathematical formula or logical proposition. It's a person in the person of jesus. And when i when i started to grasp how that was true and i look back in history. I realized that every significant individual who changed the course of history in science the arts education. Everything else was someone who believed that so unless we understand that truth is real and that it is also personal. I'm not sure what the way out

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Why Your Skin Is Freaking Out Right Now

You Beauty

02:16 min | 3 months ago

Why Your Skin Is Freaking Out Right Now

"I'm not the only one and signed that. We've all described as lockdown skin. So i've asked arundhati mama mia senior beatty rutta and fellow ubt co host to sit down with me and explain w t.f is going on without pesky skin. Hello and welcome ms erin. Hello how are you. Thank you so much for joining me today to talk about how ugly. I'm getting staffer now. Am i getting uglier. What the hell is going on with my face right now. Please listen kelly. I feel you so hard right now. My skin is an absolute been files like. It looks like a man. I keep being like. I'm giving you all this attention now. Why are you so mad. Why do you hate me. Why are you mad at me. That's like i just don't want midday mosques and ten thousand products on my face right now. So you're not going crazy. Locked and skin is very much a real thing. So i've been speaking to a lot of experts speaking yesterday about this because everyone's talking about it and there's a whole number of different reasons. Why asking is freaking out during lockdown right now so if your skin is a mess right now you're definitely not alone. Okay good explain to me what they said. Because it's not even one particular thing. When i look at it it just looks. Yuck hollywood you describe it really. So what did they say. What are the experts saying so firstly. There's like this whole big increase level of stress going on right now. So that obviously plays a lot of havoc with all aspects of asking especially acne. And those kind of like inflammatory conditions. Like eczema and psoriasis. Secondly also all now spending more time indoors and we've all got the haiti going. We've got air con and that obviously causes dryness of the skin mixed with the fact that it's also winter so dryness can lead to increased breakouts eczema and even that kind of periodical matatus which is just around the mouth. So next is the fact that we're online using zoom and i don't know about you but i constantly tend to just touch my face like the whole time so when i see myself on camera i'm always kind of just like picking and touching my skin which obviously makes breakouts and all these kind of skin problems a whole lot worth.

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Why BeautyStat's Vitamin C Serum Got an Instant Cult Following

Art Beauty

01:55 min | 3 months ago

Why BeautyStat's Vitamin C Serum Got an Instant Cult Following

"Universals see skin. Refiner is only a product now that what came out in twenty nineteen for sober our two year anniversary. Today it has on to talk. Over five million the hashtag beatty stat has over five million hosts and mentions i mean this is got an instant cult classic status congrats. Thank you every you know this was this was a this was not an overnight. This was five years of research. Three patents really looking and finding a way to stabilize pure vitamin c. Something that no other brand is able to sell. I mean yeah. I wanna talk about that too because you you were working as cosmetic chemist for some pretty big well known brands. Can you share some with us. Clemmie guests laura. Lemaire revlon come. I mean the best of the best. You're the one sort of behind the scenes crafting these products and at the same time beauty stat was a website that you created a blog to help sort of discuss ingredients correct so after working for a lot of those big brands. I felt there was like so many products in the marketplace. I- almost always better served. If i could just create log and review help consumers shop chronics by helping them zandt what what's working. What during this time amber. This is where. I really got to listen to consumers that were shopping for vitamin c. Products but disappointed in effect. That a lot of those products were returning orange round because vitamin c. notoriously unstable and yet and when it turns brown It's not working. It's not as effective corral. Rice just wasted your way. I hate to say it like you one of those practices. We all know that we do. And you spent a lot of money on it and it to run to stop. It's time to throw it in the trash.

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"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:34 min | 3 months ago

"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Name. Bevin actually is a lot of filipino. Women named but really what crazy all right. Well look you. You were talking about a lot of stuff. Should we talk about bruce. Should we talk about pride month. Right into bruce. I mean straight from prides. Bruce i mean i say just like this This man has directly step down from his position as a man to be identified as a woman. Okay god-given position as a man in as a head of his household in as a leader. He has mentally cancelled himself from that position. Maybe it's too hard. Maybe he doesn't feel he can fit that and so he said i don't i don't wanna be a man. I want to be a woman. So i want to take a lesser position. 'cause i feel good doing that and now this is the same man that you're going to make the governor of california. Yes makes sense. That's not gonna happen. We're going to let larry elder california but no it's just listen. This stuff is always complicated. And we live in such a divided society that I wanna i wanna of come into the middle of the the bruce thing and say i've said it before in this program. My heart breaks for that man. Yes rakes for that man. Just as breaks for anybody. Like let's say you're struggling with your your sexuality and all you hear is you need to embrace that alternative sexuality and celebrated and live that nobody is saying to you. You don't need to do that You if you're a man with some same sex you you do not need to go down the path of you don't want to. Nobody is saying that. And all you hear is one thing. So somebody like bruce jenner. He's he's nobody's saying to him. You need help. god loves you. And let's pray for you. I mean you. And i were with sean for my buddy can fish the other day. I mean there are people who can pray for inner healing like really miraculous healing. 'cause somebody like that i would just say i don't know what's going on but that that man is in pain. He has been pain his whole life. He needs real help and now people are giving him the fake help and telling him go with that and we'll be cheering him on to step up as a leader of others. He can have a mental breakdown at any given moment the same way he had a mental breakdown and said i can't be a man anymore. I can't believe my household he can say you know what. I signed up to be governors too hard. I can't take it. I'm missing every now appointment. I got it could go just like that. So do we really want. If a mega step down from being leader in his own family. What makes you think he can upholding a leader of the state of california. What are we doing. I i don't know i just think that larry elder is just going to. He's going to draw all the attention. And i don't think he's since been since then he switched up. Larryelder been since been since been since been so i mean. I don't see why he won't be now. Could you put that in english. I go up in a different part of new york. I don't understand what you said so very elderly. Any halfway he'd been holding the crown. he's been conservative. He's been stepping up. He's been standing on his views for the longest so he's equipped to do it period point blank and he's great. He grew up in california. That's stomping grounds. He seen how it shifted. He has a heart for california. I believe and he has the right. Mind to leak california. He's the guy for the job so you're gonna with larry. Larry larry elder for governor. That's right. I mean the fact that he is running. I'm so thrilled. I saw him at An r. b. not longer. We get to hang out. But when i found that out i thought this is this is one of you know what it is. You said this before about the republican party whatever we. I don't think we should leave the republican party. I think we should make the republican party. Be what it's supposed to because there are a lot of people rhinos that are in it that they might as well be. I mean they are. They're just there career politicians. They don't really even understand what they believe. They just want power. They don't care this way. I disagree with you. I disagree okay. Ready trump decided okay. He said he's not going to start a new party right he said. I'm going to stick with the republican party right but he came in with the same narrative. I'm going to drain the swamp. Trump is not a politician k. He's a businessman leader. He's direct k. Politicians they are. It is so many different. I just realized we're out of time. We're gonna come back with more. Don't.

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"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:02 min | 3 months ago

"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That's incredible but what else is going on because you're involved in so many things bubbling we talk about. Can we talk about the fact that you might have gotten married and tell me. is we talk about. Oh lord so yes. I got married. We the thing is social media in everybody's in our business and me and my husband went husband. Whoa i met this guy in the bronx holding has some guys like. That's interesting about. And i found out you were just an old mary couple. But that's pretty cool. We're not going to share his first or last names but He's right over there and i'm excited. This is a beautiful thing here But that's very exciting but you are. You're so busy and you seem to be everywhere. So what are you. What are you doing in your life now. Like what is happening right now. Right now has been just traveling speaking engagements really encouraging people in assisting with people that are breaking the ground as far as revival coming I really don't know the next move. There is a a bunch of different opportunities at hand. But i'm trying to figure out what's the next best date. But i feel like we need to figure out a new party. I feel like we need to start putting kingdom people up in office and supporting them on and really stepping away from just the republican party itself and setting up a new system for christians To push kinda like that guy. What's the guy's name that doesn't have any limbs nick. Avoid vich thank. You know what happened to him right. No bank oh yeah yeah yeah. He's a new nick. Nick voip vich He has no arms and no eggs and he was at. We were just at The the an r. I was gonna say are in b. n. r. b. recently. He was there. We didn't get to interview him. But i saw there and then i read that. He is so brave That he he was big bank canceled him because because of what because he's promoting in pushing and funding pro-life. Mind you this man. Of course he was born that way. He's like listen. It doesn't matter how persons born they deserve a chance at life. He's a walking testimony. And so he's been pushing this pro-life agenda and they don't like it they don't like it so they say you know why without any type of warning any conversation. They asked him so what he did was he said all right. I'm gonna start my own bank a- pro-life bank that's going to be in. It's going to be a profile pro- For profit bank and the proceeds are going to go towards pro-life organizations that are actually pushing and funding the kingdom. So this is one example of someone who's divorced a world system and has opened up a new door for kingdom people. And i feel like he is setting a standard for what we need to do across the board. This is so beautiful folks. I'm talking to bev badie and we'll be right back Headed folks. I'm talking about beatty. So i know you're still with us because it's just your fun and i think it's the greatest testimony is we have that joy a. You're not afraid to speak the truth That's the way we're supposed to live. Jesus died literally so that we could live like that and a lot of people aren't living that out. They still have a lot of fear and a lot of this and a lot of that and You're not that way and assist us fun to talk to. And i i can talk about anything. So what are some of the hot topics we you said. You wanna talk about pride month prime off so black people. Only twenty eight days but Lgbtq pride month is it's now the month of june and juneteenth which is in june cuts into pride month. So it's fundamentally homophobic needs to talk about that so i'm going to say something that's groundbreaking and is going to offend. A lot of people are right. The civil rights movement was the worst thing to happen to this nation into the black community. Why because the civil rights movement pivoted this. lgbtq narrative and it's also pivoting. Pedophilia push as a form of sexuality. Follow me for a second. I'm going to have to be. But i'm gonna. I'm gonna be real with you. People don't tune now. This always ends well but you gotta hang in is heavy so now which have done to stand is segregation was not in all of the united states of america right only in the south direct right. So let's talk about. Harriet tubman for a second. I'm used as an example. She was a slave in maryland. She travelled a hundred miles north to philadelphia the moment she touched philadelphia. She was a free woman right. So this tells you in the north. Obviously since founding fathers there was no slavery it always was in the south. Okay jim crow laws and all of this stuff. This always in the south. Now you may have had the north people like malcolm x. All of these people talk about it and take on the culture in a sense of the depravity of what was happening but that wasn't their portion right so now martin luther king comes and he says listen we want to have the same bility's in the same access to white people have but we had it. We have built own schools. We had our own businesses are homes. Were solid right so now. Civil rights comes in Jfk dies in the johnson steps in and he says listen. I understand your struggle. we're going to make it equal for everybody but we also gonna do a war on poverty. We're going to give you guys welfare right now. this is now you. There's two different things going on here. I for clarity's sake johnson lbj. He was a corrupt. I think in his case you could say racist basically but he understood that there is going to be unbelievable political power if he goes along with this agenda and we have to tell people most democrats were against styling signing the civil rights act was mainly a republican thing so you had entrenched racism in the democratic party going. All the way back initiatives. Susan many others have clarified this recently. Yes but many people have bought into this narrative that the democratic party is racist. And all this kind of stuff in their history is different. So it's kind of complicated when you credit when wall obviously and when you go to say when you get to the sixties and the civil rights act in that kind of thing you to be aware of how many different things are converging..

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Nick Vujicic Founds Pro-Life Bank 'to Further the Kingdom of God'

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:21 min | 3 months ago

Nick Vujicic Founds Pro-Life Bank 'to Further the Kingdom of God'

"Nick. Avoid vich thank. You know what happened to him right. No bank oh yeah yeah yeah. He's a new nick. Nick voip vich He has no arms and no eggs and he was at. We were just at The the an r. I was gonna say are in b. n. r. b. recently. He was there. We didn't get to interview him. But i saw there and then i read that. He is so brave That he he was big bank canceled him because because of what because he's promoting in pushing and funding pro-life. Mind you this man. Of course he was born that way. He's like listen. It doesn't matter how persons born they deserve a chance at life. He's a walking testimony. And so he's been pushing this pro-life agenda and they don't like it they don't like it so they say you know why without any type of warning any conversation. They asked him so what he did was he said all right. I'm gonna start my own bank a- pro-life bank that's going to be in. It's going to be a profile pro- For profit bank and the proceeds are going to go towards pro-life organizations that are actually pushing and funding the kingdom. So this is one example of someone who's divorced a world system and has opened up a new door for kingdom people. And i feel like he is setting a standard for what we need to do across the board.

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"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 3 months ago

"beatty" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Nobody like me now. He's running for the. It's kind of funny. Running up against bruce jenner. But this is the part. That's killing me because what i'm hearing about. More is bruce jenner than larryelder. I just found out today. He's running right. But i seen that. At a bruce was at the Cpac in dallas. So i mean in an also found out you know i guess The gop is not endorsed and trump anymore because of the election fraud issues and claims like that. So i mean look here's the. Gop is dead by is dead. Is that saying this saying since january six. You've seen you've seen a die all right. But larry elder step in. This is someone who has been a conservative from the beginning. He's never wavered in his views and in his stance. I mean if he was a rhino we would have known by now. I feel like this is the guy we gotta go full. We really don't have any options and he's been black most of his life. That's not nick thing. That's not a new thing with jenner. The woman thing. That's like recent pitches. But i think i'm gonna tell you the fact that he okay. So he's in the film larry elder and we're gonna have him on this program soon Bob woodson another like mic. Drop bob woodson. What more do you need to know. What a hero he is. We've had him on this program many times. He's in the film glenn. Lowry never met him. But another hero and bevin bady so. When is this coming out. Officially so people can get psyched. It's june twitter. Yeah like it's just it's new. It's new now out out. It just got came out officially relaunched july fourth. And so we're really trying to get people to get out and watch it because it really is going to expose that agenda with Black and the democrats and how they utilize that to push their agenda their narrative. Great american race game dot com alvin. Is this on salem. Now salem now dot com okay so we wanted the main thing. I want to promote that. So it's yes..

Celebrity (MM #3737)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Celebrity (MM #3737)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation were told we live in a celebrity obsessed culture. My question is not about that, but it's about what a celebrity is. How do I determine who a celebrity is or when you become a celebrity? I guess I was a radio celebrity in the towns. I lived in at some point was I really a celebrity? I see all the time online, all about the celebrity people, they talk about some of which I've never met before. Now, let's be honest, I'm older and a celebrity to Me Maybe different than a celebrity to somebody who's in their teens twenties, even Thirty s. When Ned Beatty died over the weekend. Most people knew of him as a voice from Toy Story, 3 game. I, of course, knew Ned Beatty for many TV roles, of course, that disturbing scene from Deliverance, what is celebrity? Maybe we need to come up with a new term, new terminology for levels of celebrity. There are lots of internet celebrities. Are they really thought this is there difference between Fame and celebrity? I don't know. I'm just asking because all the time I look and see people talking about a celebrity, some of which I've never heard of, and, for the most part, even as old as I am, I'm up to date with all things going on in the culture is what I've been doing my entire life.

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Celebrity (MM #3737)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Celebrity (MM #3737)

"The Maison with Kevin Nation were told we live in a celebrity obsessed culture. My question is not about that, but it's about what a celebrity is. How do I determine who a celebrity is or when you become a celebrity? I guess I was a radio celebrity in the towns. I lived in at some point was I really a celebrity? I see all the time online, all about the celebrity people, they talk about some of which I've never met before. Now, let's be honest, I'm older and a celebrity to Me Maybe different than a celebrity to somebody who's in their teens twenties, even Thirty s. When Ned Beatty died over the weekend. Most people knew of him as a voice from Toy Story, 3 game. I, of course, knew Ned Beatty for many TV roles, of course, that disturbing scene from Deliverance, what is celebrity? Maybe we need to come up with a new term, new terminology for levels of celebrity. There are lots of internet celebrities. Are they really thought this is there difference between Fame and celebrity? I don't know. I'm just asking because all the time I look and see people talking about a celebrity, some of which I've never heard of, and, for the most part, even as old as I am, I'm up to date with all things going on in the culture is what I've been doing my entire life.

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Ned Beatty, Prolific ‘Superman’ and ‘Network’ Character Actor, Dies at 83

AP 24 Hour News

00:55 sec | 4 months ago

Ned Beatty, Prolific ‘Superman’ and ‘Network’ Character Actor, Dies at 83

Ned Beatty, Titanic Character Actor of 'Network,' Dies at 83

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

Ned Beatty, Titanic Character Actor of 'Network,' Dies at 83

"A veteran character actor has died this is all made sure our goal was his scene in the nineteen seventy two movie deliverance as a camper who gets brutalized by a group of thugs that many will remember Ned Beatty for it was this speech in network that earned him his one and only Oscar nomination the veteran character actor has died his manager says Beatty died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles yesterday he was eighty three years old just get the Daily Planet here it was also memorable as Otis the witless henchman of lex Luthor in the first two Superman movies that starred Christopher Reeves Beatty also appeared in all the president's men in the big easy and more recently as the warden and the Denzel Washington movie he got game I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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'In the Heights' Makes Muted Debut, Edged by 'a Quiet Place'

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 4 months ago

'In the Heights' Makes Muted Debut, Edged by 'a Quiet Place'

"A veteran character actor has died this is all made sure our goal was his scene in the nineteen seventy two movie deliverance as a camper who gets brutalized by a group of thugs that many will remember Ned Beatty for it was this speech in network that earned him his one and only Oscar nomination the veteran character actor has died his manager says Beatty died of natural causes at his home in Los Angeles yesterday he was eighty three years old just get the Daily Planet here it was also memorable as Otis the witless henchman of lex Luthor in the first two Superman movies that starred Christopher Reeves Beatty also appeared in all the president's men in the big easy and more recently as the warden and the Denzel Washington movie he got game I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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'Deliverance'' and 'Network' Star Ned Beatty Dies at 83

Understanding Your World

00:22 sec | 4 months ago

'Deliverance'' and 'Network' Star Ned Beatty Dies at 83

"Actor Ned Beatty is dead. He passed away today of natural causes at his home at the age of 83. Baby got a big start to his career in the 1972 classic deliverance before going on to rolls, a network and the 1978 version of Superman. Some of his numerous other film credits include Charlie Wilson's War, All the President's Men and the Voice of Lots of the Bear in Toy Story. Three.

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"beatty" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:33 min | 9 months ago

"beatty" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Program Observer just asked me so I gotta open line Friday Question. How can anybody Tom Brady's age? Be so damn good. How can he still be better than anybody else playing the game at age 43? I said Look, it up. Answer is kinesiology. What did you say? Passion. How passion, passion smashing that's not extended from sunny South Florida. It's open wine Friday, I will guarantee you That Ben Wrap this burger has the same amount of passion of Brady has doesn't have the same kinesiology. You gotta look it up. And any rate I am the big voice on the right household name in all four corners of the world. Great to be with you. It's open line Friday. Look, I'm being half serious about kinesiology. I just thought of a one word answer, but it is a factor. There's no question that it is. Some people are freaks of nature and you and you can't You don't know who they're gonna be. You can't identify them, Warren, Baby. Warren Beatty. In many ways, the freak Of nature anyway,.

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Man charged with killing former Indiana U football player

Hammer and Nigel

00:42 sec | 11 months ago

Man charged with killing former Indiana U football player

"Have charged the man they believe killed former Indianapolis Cathedral and I, you football player, Chris Beatty. During the Indianapolis riots in May. Eric Berman reports Marcus Anderson was already charged with robbing woman at gunpoint in a parking garage across the street from where Chris Baby was killed. Marion County Prosecutor Ryan Mir says was the first in a string of five holdups in 20 minutes linked to Anderson and four companions as they circled babies block. Testimony from the eye witnesses you're involved, so we also have quite a bit of forensic evidence that they're related to cell phone location data Facebook messages. You know quite a few other things. Mere says it's likely more people will be charged, but says prosecutors believe Anderson pulled the trigger.

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Joy Williams and Unique Views of America

The Book Review

04:44 min | 1 year ago

Joy Williams and Unique Views of America

"Scott joins us now to talk about the latest in his series of essays. The americans tony. Thanks for being here. It's great to be here this time around you write about joy williams for those who are not familiar with her work. Who is joy. Williams joy williams is an american novelist and short story writer. She's still alive. She's in her seventies. She started publishing in the nineteen seventies. Her first novel was state of grace and she had kind of a loyal cult following in a profile of for a few years ago in the new york times magazine dan choice referred to her as a writers writers writer. I was going to bring that up. Which i think is a great phrase because she has a very passionate for. If you look at paperback editions of books you see a collection of big names. Don delillo herald broad key james. Salter all crazing. Her one of the things i discovered and actually wrote about in this as as that. She's a very difficult writer to pigeonhole or to classify. And i came into this piece to doing the reading for its thinking of her one way based on the reading that i'd done some for earlier novels stories and ended up with a different idea of her. I started out thinking of her. As kind of a realist. Almost in the in the sort of raymond carver or and beatty vein very close grain finally detailed reticent realism and ended up thinking of her something almost completely different sort of a fabulous surrealist magical or which he kind of writer okay. I'm gonna ask you all kinds of questions that i think. You don't wanna be asked to try to pin her down. There's a lot in here. I want to actually go first back to that original freeze you used writers writer but actually we'll just simplify it to a writer's writer because i think that is the kind of phrase that people use that to people who are writers baby mean something but that is kind of mysterious to non writers. What do we mean when we use that phrase. I've never really understood the phrase or particularly. Oh my god. And i think what it means. Is that if you think that writers read differently from the rest of us and our maybe more attuned to certain matters of craft and technique that the rest of us rush over. Let's say you know this is a caricature but most people we read for the plot we read for the characters we read for the emotions and maybe writers are looking at something different. They're looking at the brush strokes so to speak at the sentences at the rhythm on the sentence sentence level and i'm not sure that's true but it is true that within any profession there are people you know it's true of standup comedians or actors or filmmakers that there are some who have a special kind of respect from their peers that may be disproportionate to their renown or popularity or fame or a claim out in the world joy williams has won and been nominated for all the major awards and she's very well reviewed in her books stay in print so she has certainly a loyal readership. That isn't just writers. But i think there's something special about her and i think it has to do with her resistance to classification in a way that she's she's writing sentences at stories and characters and plots that are so unusual and that seem to result from kind of total inventiveness. I feel like having read just about all of the fictional msci's published in the last few months. I could say that. I feel like there's a kind of attention to words and sentences and developments within the story and the plot that keep you on the edge of your seat and at the edge of your attention throughout there are writers where you can kind of let your mind wander a little bit and coast a little bit in the okay. I know this passage of description is going to tell me something about the house. This okay these people are having this conversation now and and you could sort of skate already. Can't do that in a joy store. You have to be paying attention every moment because the terms of the fiction what the characters are thinking and feeling how they're relating to each other what is going to happen in the language from one sentence to the next whether it's going to be sad or mysterious or funny is going to change so you just have to keep your eyes on the road at your hand on the wheel the whole time

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"beatty" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"beatty" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"To stuff into the show. Just a day outside of the Masters, which will be all sorts of fun Weekend more night. You've got the SEC, which is his ravaged with covert cancellations, The big 10 getting hit. Now we're at a point where Going into the weekend. There are now five games either canceled or postponed that our work going to involve top five teams got Obama. You've got number three Ohio State You got number five am. You've got number 12, Georgia and you've got number 24 or burn. So as we've talked about every time this comes up, you know, just kind of hang on strap in strongly and And bear the brunt of the twist of the turns here, it's get worse. Yes, really is no surprise, but it's now something that we can know. Lord just say is a little tiny issue. It's become a big issue. This is a huge issue. Beatty and We know that the SEC and it's mostly affected by this thing. Shutdown of games postponement, Maybe even cancellation of games is best. Situated TTO handle it because they have a couple of extra weeks where they can maybe rearrange some of these games when this starts hitting the Pac 12, which it has to an extent because two games were postponed and weak in their weak one when it starts hitting the the Big 10 as we saw with Wisconsin on, If it's other programs, it's it's going to disrupt. The college football playoff because they haven't decided yet to move it. They're still on the same schedule to get this thing done, You know, by the middle of December, starting the rankings and then ultimately To determine who the final four is going to be, because they don't want to move the bowl games and I get that to an extent bt but with no I guess I can't imagine that there is other The old tenants that are trying to lease the bull facilities right down. I wouldn't think so right, because that one who's who's gonna be there. Ah, very affluent five year old who's having a birthday party and maybe get mean You're joking, But I mean, maybe it's about it. I can't think of why. We're we're still worried about finishing at a specific time with everything that's going on. Not just in college sports, but just everything in the world like you gotta be flexible right now. Otherwise, things get a little bit dicey. As we start to see Now we're going to actually get into the boat with, you know, based on some covert stuff with the NFL, what this means for the rest of the season and also some diversity issues that they That they voted upon. But to me the biggest issue right now in terms of, you know, and and there's so many of them, But if I had a boil it down to one thing that I'm that I'm most worried about pertaining to finding a way to finish this college football season. Get to a C F P have fourteen's Everybody feels good about worthy candidates there there on merit. You don't have to really Take too much of a leap of faith because this team didn't play the X amount of games require. They couldn't compete for the conference championship. I'm worried about Ohio State. Because that's the only team to me. Based on the protocols of the conference where it's a 21 Day interruption. We know this on and it's going to be highly problematic for the big 10 would come when basketball season comes and it's right around the quarter. But, you know, God forbid, if Ohio State has a really breakout. We've already seen him twice. We know their dominant We know Justin Fields is great. We know that they're well coach. We know that they're one of the four best teams in the country. Everything else is well today, and I am fitting. Well, what about culture? Ask in Florida? Well, what about if the I I would be grossly disappointed if the Buckeyes season is ravaged? And I'm not saying that it will be, But I think at this point You have to at least incorporate every conceivable thought and the complexity of the 21 Day window of isolation in quarantining that could possibly theoretically not allow the Buckeyes to finish the season. Yeah, play games without store players and lose multiple times. Yeah, and this comes up because the Ohio State Maryland game is postponed because of an outbreak at the University of Maryland. And so, But the other thing to think about, Bt is if Ohio State plays five games or so because of what's happening around the country with Koven. Aren't they had a market disadvantage once they if they do still gets elected to the college football playoff. Semi finals. Aren't they have like a real bad disadvantage? Having only played five or six games? You know what I mean by their fresh. I could say their front you could, but have they figured themselves? I don't know. I just They haven't played anyone yet. Marilyn would have been a good test for them because Maryland's playing good football over the last couple of weeks. But I mean they might not be tested. Nine. Now it's hard to end college football. You know that the better team is usually goingto win, You know, I mean, it's like if the House states playing I don't know. Fresno State. You know the hot states one in the game, even if even if they play their their B or C game, you know they're gonna win the football game. But if Ohio State without having enough repetition in big, important situations, robbery games, Michigan State or or Michigan even Are they going to be ready for the high states of college football playoff and not have the on field timeto execute at their best that? That's what I start worrying about how I never? I didn't think of it that way. I can't answer that. You know, one way the other definitively because you just don't know with with young kids if Justin Fields didn't play last year, If they were you know, if that a new coaching staff, I might I might be inclined to latch on to that a little bit more strongly. I I hear you. I mean, could there be a sense of staleness to pet and here's the other thing? You know, even say if there's along, it's not just that not just the Ohio State all the other teams in the mix not just that they could only play five games and theoretically not have a chance to sharpen some things that need to be sharpened for the elite competition, but depending upon government when something strikes They could be on ice for a month. So that would that would worry me more. The timing of if they're season ends based on necessity and protocol. Before the C F P fires up. That would worry me more than having intermittent interruptions but having a chance to play five or six games and getting close to the end of the season, where there's not a month gap, and they're really stale. We still see today what Jim Harbaugh's probably probably praying that game gets cancelled. Give Gilbert of the 60 spot. That's the last thing he wants to do..

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"beatty" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"beatty" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"But it's probably one of the coolest sports bars. It's just got its own feel and their Foods great and but it still fits your sports bar need so you have passed the rapid fire round with success dead. So real quick also want to mention the fact that blood orange because that is a big winner four numbers. Right? I mean how many awards has black blood orange wine? Actually not not too not too many and I guess that's probably our own fault. I feel like it has well, it's one a lot of money, you know, if we go to different beer events, it's it's more often than not the ladies choice and I shouldn't say more often than not but that's one of the more money I guess. It's popular with the female. It's one that award more often than it's one any other Awards if that makes sense. Yeah, we don't enter a lot of competitions. We're going to we keep saying we're going to but well twenty Twenty-One, right? There's there's always fear ahead of us. Yeah, absolutely. So for all the stars out there, please be sure to if you enjoyed the podcast to download home soon Hops, and you can also get the podcast off the other various shows on any any podcast hosting site and don't forget to check out numbers. You can find information about numbers on Facebook Instagram as well as their own website, right, correct, so they are open so go down to Lisbon the sun is shining so that too will heat up the patio and I enjoy the music that will be out there on the weekends, right? Absolutely and the food the food is really good too as well as the beer and enjoy the October October Fest dead. You gotta get that number correlation. Remember? What was the number watch octo? Oh see. Yeah. I'm not that smart. That's all right. Me neither. Somebody else came up then. I promise. Thank you. Cheers. Thanks for having us..

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"beatty" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

09:30 min | 1 year ago

"beatty" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"But and it's also again you have that stop. That we can then just go back to the bar and just and just order the beers from their stores, which is nice home and it is fun. I still I look forward to Brewing. I don't it's hard work, but believe it or not that big intimidated systems made it a lot easier. So oh that's good. So do you guys have a canning system? We do not know it's something we're looking into especially since some of our friends have recently bought gaming systems and and we can let them kind of work out the bugs and teachers. So you guys so you guys sell your canned beer in West Virginia, right as well as Ohio, of course, right? So how do you wash an all that beer? So there's a third party company. There's actually several of them but we've used ironheart canning. Okay for about the last two years. What's really nice for us about iron heart is they come in in the morning we keg as much beer as we need to for the month basically, okay, and they're gone. We don't have to maintain their equipment or work on it or store it or get your space back. We get our space back and and the way that our breweries laid out, we didn't lay it out with a canteen line in mind. We can always thought that that would be the next Edition or the next expansion but it's worked out really well ironheart does a great job for us and they've been able to allow us to keep up with demand for the cans. So has the dog And gone up with covid-19. Open this our parents are nuts. Oh, I'm sure I'm sure of it. Actually. I like Vintage estates. I would call up and I'd be like this is my budget you pick whatever it is. Just like you're the experts like this is my palette. This is what I like and I would pull up and they would load the back of my car and I was able to go it was perfect. It lasted me at least seven days, maybe 6 depends on the weekends on the week. Exactly. So you guys are open back up though, right? We are open we actually added a day recently. So we're open Tuesday through Saturday, you know typically Tuesday through Thursday. We we would close down at 10:00. Anyways, you know, if the bar was busy, we we allow our bartenders the freedom to walk make those calls on their own but typically somewhere around, you know, between 10 and 11 on the weekdays and then we would stay open till midnight on Fridays and Saturdays, but yep. How you know the state of Ohio still says that beer turns into kovacic at 10. I know so we're so so people been showing up earlier. Yeah people been showing up early and it's that's the key out of it. So now young people are drinking with us old people right day drinking is completely acceptable but it's covered juice after 10, which is which is fun. Yeah don't quite understand the logic of it. But yeah, so how about entertainment because you guys were like always having bands and everything outside. Like I don't know if anybody hasn't been two numbers definitely go check it out and we still have some time before the snow hits to check out the outdoor patio, which is beautiful. It's really gorgeous walk in and you have your stage there we do. So we actually does a great job of keeping up around there again, that's my business partner and he's kind of the the dog Manager if you will of the the tap room and in the patio and in the stage and he just put three new heaters on the patio. Oh nice, so and then the I mean were good. At least until January. We're going to try we're kicking around ideas. You know, we've actually thought about adding the three-sided tent and and seeing if you know took a leave out blankets and people would rather be outside. Yeah at all costs any time so, you know Nate and I were talking last night, you know, if we could keep that patio at 60° still think people would sit outside a hundred percent and people do enjoy the outside. Actually. I always wish because you do have a lot of development around here at that doesn't have a lot of outdoor space off and I always wish that that we would start with our new development making sure that we do have the exterior space for people to either walks it whatever it may be that you do. See in a lot of newer developments in the United States. But so I was hoping that that would eventually come here and I'll have to say that's one bonus of the pandemic is it's just like expedited that entire process because you do see a lot of other people that are now like listen, we will put our money into this to be able to give our outdoor space sure the treatment that it that it needs and and I also love the fact when I do see the tents for other businesses, especially restaurants that are that are so like they're stuck with their square footage. Yep, right and not until recently. Did Ohio allow people really to occupy that square footage in a in a smaller restaurant like like Village comp. Yeah, which by the way you guys are number four on the list the blood orange. Oh, yeah, we were there yesterday, but they're good to us. Yeah the dog Nominal I love them. But but they had to deal with the whole fact that they were in a small square footage of space. Yeah, they're a restaurant like so that their main thing is food absinthe and fantastic. Their food is fantastic. So but like with that like seeing the tent outside of the place when I saw that pop up I was like, yes now we can like they're able to have more people come in there. They're opening the doors back open again, and it's and I absolutely love it because they didn't have the outdoor space right and on the front end of this it allowed those that did and and I'm lucky for us numbers included think we were able to open back up 2 weeks earlier. Yes the most everyone else and and on this side of it, you know, there's no you know, we want to be safe place to be cautious and we're you know doing our best to adhere the covid-19 lines, but those guidelines don't pertain as Strictly To The Patio see now as they do inside and so it's a very real concerns. I'm for the industry and in general that what happens at the end of October when it's cold. I know and we have to go back inside and that's where we're looking at a way to extend the patio life if you age well, well I know on your where you have your outside bar. You guys do currently have the ability to tent it. Yeah. Yeah. We just nice we've done that for the last couple of years. We put the heaters out there and and and it gets really warm. Yeah, we're we're able to keep that space at a at a comfortable even in the dead of winter, but that only adds that I only know these numbers cuz we were talking about it last night that space is 12 foot by twenty-foot. Okay, I'm sorry twelve foot by 40 foot. So it does, you know, we can fit comfortably 25 to 30 people in there, you know at the bar stools and and at the tables but It's still cramps this down a little bit. So it does definitely does. Do you have outdoor entertainment happening now we do. Yeah, we we've actually been back in the swing of that. I want to say that we were allowed to start doing entertainment again somewhere around May. Oh cool and we always Ever every Saturday. We have some sort of local to us act, you know and by local I mean Cleveland Pittsburgh and kind of everywhere in between but we do every Saturday. We still have live entertainment and and name Randy and I were just going over the entertainment list. We're booked through the end of the year. Oh, that's that that's going to continue, you know historically we would move that entertainment inside. Once the patio reaches earth's. Is there anything special happening for Oktoberfest? No. No, I guess you can include like your weekend band and say yes. Yeah we could and off. You know, it's that's one..

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"beatty" Discussed on Homes and Hops

Homes and Hops

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"beatty" Discussed on Homes and Hops

"Homes and hops at the homes and Hot Spot cast Studio sippin on some numbers Oktoberfest with Brock numbers. Hey, bro U, good. How are you? Wonderful. Thanks for having us. Thank you for coming. I'm super excited. I feel like it's been forever since I've been able to interact with number right? It's been a long time. It's been a minute and you know, certainly all of this covid-19 helped any of us in our know get out and mix up and socialize. No, definitely and I'm definitely going to get into that with you. But first I want to start an and this is this is the biggest thing about like the home stops whole idea of between the podcast first doing the videos is the fact that everybody's story takes a lot longer than five minutes and we all know that people when they watch videos they Trail off after 2 minutes and then it goes on and on until five minutes and then you're there typically out. And that's why I wanted to start the podcast because I do think the stories behind the Brewers are extraordinarily important and inspiring very inspiring. I don't know if ours inspiring but it's it's neat. It's Unique. So Jeremy and I my original business partner, we went to college together and played football together pledge the same fraternity wage and when you're done with that pledge process things weren't as politically correct then as they are now we're going to date ourselves a little bit, but that's all right so that they're going to do a roll number and that roll number granted you a certain level of seniority. So it you know, we handed out chores on the weekend if if I pulled off the floor and I wanted to do the dishes if the guy that got do the dishes had a lower row dumber than me. I could call numbers and switch him drawers. Wow, you know if we were going into town To get a drink or to buy beer for the weekend. We could say numbers you drive. I'm not driving. That's awesome. So something that that we heard in that period of Our Lives. No joke probably three hundred times a day. Where did you go to school? Bethany College? That is that's a smaller College here, isn't it? Yeah, Bethany's probably an hour and half from where we're sitting right now about a thousand students private school. What were what was your major sports management and I ended up falling up with business administration because the the Penguins weren't really as excited to hire me as an agent as I thought they should be now. They they definitely miss their opportunity on that one. But so business administration though is extremely important. I actually wish I would have probably had a minor was a political science major so really as they joke the BS major out of all the other Sciences, but but I do wish that I would probably would have taken some off. Horses anything along the business line. So that's that's extremely important but getting back to the numbers if you will, I'm assuming that's where the name of the brewery from. That's where the name came from it it meant something to us and rang a bell to some people that were important to us. It was catchy enough and it allowed us to name beers relatively simple. So we'd we didn't consider ourselves marketing Geniuses by any means but was pretty easy to correlate a number to a beer. So that's true. A lot of I would say at this point. Ninety 6% of our beers have some sort of correlation to a number. Okay. A lot of those numbers are as generic as that number meant something to us and we hadn't used it yet. But oh it also makes sense. So it's not necessarily so when you go to numbers, there is the screen that had that split up with all the different numbers with the with the beer that's associated with it. So those numbers aren't like in which job Probably after beer too. I probably was like, hey, wait a second. Those are in in numerical order. So, you know the 8th witbier was wage assigned wholeheartedly exclusively for my wife. She challenged us to take a few of her favorite beers and and combine them into one. So it's the number eight would-be or because it was her favorite number one start brewing. I would say we got serious about Brewing 2009-2010. Okay. I had gone on to India for my day job. Okay and ended up going to three Floyds. I love Three Floyds. They do some fantastic mirror off some of the best I've ever had of different styles. And this is a very locally it's a brewery in I believe Munster Indiana. Oh, wow. Okay, cool. They do some really cool things. They're really unique dog. And they have some big Flagship beers that people in the Youngstown area pay big money to get really what are some of these Flagship beer Zombie Dust. Oh, I've have heard of that wage. Yeah. So zombie has has their big Flagship and then they do gumballhead and Alpha King and their their strange very comic-book very wage. If you ever go there they play be level horror flicks on all the oh wow, and all the big screens and it's fun, you know, as you can see, I'm fairly tattooed and I'm not tattooed enough to work their job, but it was but I spent $70 on two bottles of beer. Oh, wow. How big were the bottles are they just normal? They were 22-ounce bombers and well, at least it's bigger than her sixteen-ounce Jeremy. I was so excited to try that beer and so excited that I got my hands on it and it was terrible. Oh no, and excuse me fellas if any off From from three floods and a pair this but you know, I love their product and and those particular beers were just so disappointing and I don't even remember what they were is this when you utilize the the the on tap tap? Yeah, absolutely and they probably already know what you say problem. I don't even think we would have even said anything other than to your rate the stars, but it was kind of inspirational. We adjust started to play around brewing and it was kind of like hey if if what we consider to be the best in the business could make a beer that wasn't fantastic and it's still solid and people are still excited to buy it just like we were that maybe it was worth giving it a shot. So we started really seriously around that time. We set up a time you looking back and it elaborate setup in my basement and complete with a lab and night we went all in and we would brew and every other weekend and log Have parties and we invited our friends and family and we asked them to try our beer and give us honest feedback and to bring a six-pack of their favorite beer and would ask them to kind of tell us why that wage favorite beer and what they liked about it and what they didn't like about it or what they liked or didn't like about ours for someone with no background and Market that is exactly market research that needs to be done and you did it in such a way that you actually you worked smarter not harder for it. It was pretty awesome. So we did that for probably three years and and everybody when I say everybody is people that were close to us, but they you guys should do this. You should try this you should so we you know started formulating that plan. I actually bought the building and Lisbon in 2014, and it took that long, you know, we didn't open the doors until 2016. So how long did it take place? To find the right building we searched for a while. We actually kind of lucked out we had we had bought a building in East Liverpool and there was some Redevelopment going on down there and one of the redevelopers needed that piece of property for what is now a high-rise apartment high-rise for East Liverpool. Yes, you know an apartment complex and our building is part of their parking lot and we did we did well on that real estate transaction. Luckily. I worked out and our our other business partners, you know, Nate and Julie decided that they really wanted to see it in Lisbon. There was a lot going on in Lisbon at that time as far as the drilling and you know the days and was always full and there was nothing, you know, nothing comparable. So I lucked out found a building and started renovation processes. Like I said about 2014 and at that time the influx of new breweries in, Ohio. Particular took a long time to get through the government paperwork and actually get the doors open. Yeah,.

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"beatty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"beatty" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"This is happening. This is happening. Right now she's making fun of Listen. It wasn't she was great in it for what she was given, but I think she said some points on like all poor thing. Now this is the one movie where she says the F word. Her whole career. She's talking about how swans are monogamous, but ducks are not. And she's basically saying that her nephew who is Warren Beatty, in the movie that he is a duck, and that has not monogamous and so, But she says blank a duck if you want a blank a duck. But she doesn't even really say the f part of it because she knows she's so mortified that she has to say this on film. I will say Garry Shandling is funny in the movie. So it all comes down to this. They agreed to meet up at the Empire State Building in what in three months to the day to the time because boy, that's not a trumpet, you know. Stop it right now. McClane You need to acknowledge fake news. Fake news, McClane? This movie that it's based on was the creator of this trope. So yes, now it's tired and overused. But this source material for this movie was the first one to actually do this. Say fake news. Fake news. All right, so this wasn't a twist. So what happens is that he goes there. She's on her way. They both broken up with their Respective lovers to be together forever, So he's up there waiting for her, and she doesn't make it because she's hit by a car outside. Oh, no, he thinks she never shows up for the rest of the movie. He thinks that she just didn't care and and then he runs into her again. And then she's not telling him that she's been paralyzed from the waist down and is in Sitting on her couch but doesn't get up. That wasn't a twist Twist is if the audience is surprised by the plot point that wasn't previously revealed to them. This is just one character doesn't know about a detail about the other one. That's dumb. You know, Linus romantic at all? No. Why is that? Not a reason to be with somebody Just because you're in a wheelchair on Lex. She didn't want to be judged for her. Oh, no, I get that for her for her. Something she couldn't help help it. My, my. So what? So just finds out in the end the end, you know, because he's an ex Santer and probably, I guess so. He's a painter. And, you know, he painted this picture of her in Fiji. She finds it at a restaurant. He just sold it to some restaurant. So she buys the painting. He finds out where she lives goes to her house around Christmas and kind of there's this. Oh, God, it's candy. I don't even want to hear myself talk anymore. Yes, they're together forever at the ups. I just she Caesar at the theater lacks the painting. Will you just gave it away? To this because he was so just heart broke and he's like, I don't want this any more. I don't know how the woman at the restaurant go. God. Oh, wow. Anyway, don't have against love, love. Just liketo love people to see this and be like, Oh, I love at first sight. It's lust You don't know the person You've only known them for, like, six hours on a ship. Let's get real here. I don't want people to do this and then end up marrying eight people in their lives, because every person that just tickles their fancy for a few seconds on an airplane than they're goingto break up their marriage. I know some guys like probably learn different films like this guys that will leave their family on Christmas morning. Those paper guy D minus for this one on ly because Katherine Hepburn is in it, and she's a legend. Yeah, It's a beautiful school are so she did sound like an old cat in time. If I'm gone, What does an old cat sound like like cancer effort? It is a bleep like a dark and a little angry that turns out I can't believe you made fun of capital. Sorry. I just I had had it at that point. It is eight is 8 43 when we come back, dawn takes her aggression out. Not on me. But on Alexis.

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"beatty" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"beatty" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Series will become the runner stumbles where he played a priest he appeared in Warren Beatty's Dick Tracy he was wonderful in that he was if curious George it he was in that United the museum movies he's did that in the US so yeah a lot of a lot of documentaries you can find a man and then last year he was in Mary Poppins returns putting the younger people to shame with the energy that he had in that in that show seller in that movie yeah so odd to can take lots of movies you can check out the one that I really wanted to mention for sure was cold Turkey if you've not seen culture you should it's really really really fun I'll let you get more tax here Cleveland Tom texts in I remember my grandparents loving diagnosis murder when I was young my parents had introduced me to Dick Van **** previously so I didn't want to watch it because he was not the funny man or tripping over the Ottoman the show was on for years I wonder if it's worth finding if it's any good well was it had a huge run diagnosis murder I was on for like I think was on for like eight seasons that show was actually on longer than the Dick Van **** show ran the other thing about the about the opening credits of Dick Van **** when he walks in in famously trip over the Ottoman there are also the episodes where he actually doesn't trip over the Ottoman he stops himself and kicks himself side way sort of trip over the Ottoman I always was disappointed with that because I wanted him to trip over the Ottoman made me laugh every single time so in the episodes the opening credit we actually didn't I was always disappointed I'm Mike from you guys a Dick Van **** was a radio show host in Danville Illinois for awhile well bill here the song put on a happy face for bye bye birdie Dick Van **** was in both the live a Broadway stage in the movie the movie also had and Margaret and it sucked too many stupid changes from the original live stage musical yeah I remember not liking bye bye birdie very much so all right how bout via how about some more these are classic episodes of the Dick Van **** show up first but he thought Robin Sally were having an affair then rob thought but he was having an affair with a married woman this episode's encourage the thought that buddy and Sally are also having an affair but it's literally all an act it's always fun to watch Amsterdam and Marie perform features one of the only appearances by those dancing suburbanites Lester and Esther Bushmaster how about this a mild concussion is nothing to laugh at but this rob Reiner pen jam benefits from a whole areas jump cut that finds an amnesiac rob partying in red hook after a prop misstep causes and loses memory Sally Jones as wonderful as the debts who is swept off her feet by rob's sergeant Antonio Stradivarius that's actually one of my favorite episodes the as I was mentioning before this classic episode of the Honeymooners so Ralph has this this did this this guy that he's trying to impress he's like a boss at the bus company or something like that and so they're invited over for dinner so you know Alice comes within sort as Trixie in ed so they show up at the house and his wife this guy who they're trying to you know they're they're trying to impress and get to like get them to get him to like them has this really ditzy blonde girlfriend with a high vice and she smokes a cigarette with a cigarette holder and so in order to impress the boss both ed and Ralph go out of their way to compliment everything about this woman about how beautiful she is about how could you know the cooking is great even though she doesn't do the cooking and she's a complete order D. it's and so this behavior goes on and it's really making Alice and Trixie very angry that these guys are just toting over this complete moron woman but they're not they don't really mean it they just you know they want to impress this guy who's you know whose wife is this idiot so they do this they get a you know and so they leave they leave early they say they have a you know Alice and Trixie say they have a headache may wanna leave so they end up leaving and then route goes to work come home the next day and Alice comes out and she's dressed like a like a bimbo like the blonde haired girl and she's got the long a cigarette and she can such as how you doing baby and like is like all over Ralph and routes like all right and he's looking at her like she's you like she's nuts and then he close so all right Alice you've been at that rung candy again haven't you and then she's like would you like me to get something to drink and he goes yeah yeah listen I'll have what you're and I'd like to get a loaded to you know and then and she's like what reason you know then finally they you know she drops the act he's like what the hell is wrong with you you know she finally has a reason that what you like you know last night you were we were finding on that woman and he had to explain to her no I just did it because this guy's I need this I need this got to be my boss and so what what else they have you been at that rung can you get off of what you're having I want to get a loaded to you got to watch the Honeymooners man I know it's it's all there it's I I've I think as it was on Amazon I've got in for I've got in front of thirty nine episodes man listen you also give me a list of a hundred thousand movies after life is only so much time in the day I know I know so much time in the day but either the Honeymooners is essential though man I mean it's quite it's just classic it's the greatest show ever it's the best all right so that's little dude let when we get off their goal watch like five episodes of the honey was motors deep rising yeah and then I'll go all the other the moon time another time yeah yeah my brain I understand I understand but I do I I don't know why I'm surprised that you haven't seen the Honeymooners because it's just so ubiquitous you know I mean it's it's been on for so many years and re runs all over the place because it was all British TV growing all right because my dad's from the U. K. any right my grandparents here my grandmother's Irish my grandfather's Italian heated really watch TV rights so everything we watch was imported imported and I gotcha all right I understand you're forgiven thank thank you for the medical part no it's just weird because it was a nightly thing for me I watch the Honeymooners every night every night it was not like ten o'clock on channel thirty two I watched it every single night and I know every episode by heart I've got the whole DVD set of thirty nine and I've I've seen every episode I'm not kidding I've seen it yes it's like fifty times I'm exaggerating I laugh every single time so all right let's take a break we come back we'll wrap up the Dick Van **** discussion if you want to jump in with a.

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"beatty" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"beatty" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Good morning Washington sing to the Sauls Beatty show on M. seven seventy K. A. T. T. H. I think I I say time and again I think our listeners would love to hear what we talk about off the air lines and I'm just gonna share Chris Crandall looked at me and first he goes conversation to go buy a gun today so if I go out and buy a gun make all of our listeners happy who knows what type of gun it is I'm sure you're gonna be registered to mystery the registered will be legal the other one which is I I'd love daring to jump in on this never sat on the sol speedy show before Christmas and goes to just talk about something easy like abortion we can't win give me your compared to go and see I just don't like making everybody mad all the time but there's real what he could do the magic if we wore her like a Democrat I I don't think anybody listens today Ross's opinion on guns owns a gun what would his text messages would be like goodness gracious I want to switch to a different topic there is the Seattle city council elections we have a lawyer in studio one of the biggest disappointments out of this election cycle is argue Hoffman didn't advance out of district two we didn't get if we don't get a fair really race in that case but are you didn't really get a fair chance in the city of Seattle one he dealt with an incredible amount of vitriol and hate because really he's an independent but he was labeled the most conservative viable candidate in the race but then additionally we have our Attorney General who went just as hard core if he could on Facebook you'll love this he was literally running Facebook ads though up until the day the decision from Facebook came down Hillary friends his buddy at at down in the in the little swamp of Olympia was running Facebook ads for months after the ban and then how bout this N. Davison Sattler use Facebook ads to great effect to get herself to second place now already Hoffman not allowed to run Facebook ads during the entire election specifically because the writers at the stranger kept on Catalina on him they didn't tattle on anyone else this is clearly unfair it clearly gave an advantage to his opponents and two other candidates in the race who should he see you I think you should sue the AG the state of Washington and Facebook all right let's get into this one so we've talked about this Derren and and solve this together in different mornings that social media companies are moving towards an editorial they're no longer doing things that you know just are you know trying to keep things within committee guidelines on the pages of the violence and and criminal activity the moving to an editorial point and so what's going to happen is they're going to picking winners and losers so in this situation ari in terms of who we should sue I would like to wait for a moment for that but if the Attorney General is going after this it if it's any state actor can be view points from nation it's going to be non content neutral discrimination against his ideas specifically it's a massive violation was first member writes on and that's just for the actions if attributable to the Attorney General the state in terms of Facebook what Facebook might have done to him it we've seen a similar situation with Tosi Gabbard after great first debate performance she was pulled down pages not billable on Google she missed all these great donation where's all that good donation polls she is suing them for a significant amount of money I believe in the tens of millions of dollars and so you know the effects of this stuff is so far spread on campaigns were talking at a local race Littler presidential race and so on I think that Facebook is kind of assuming a public function role in terms of how important is in our political discourse into our political electric and given that and I'm in no court has decided this and it's all a bit much for me but they're going to be they're gonna moving towards where they have to guarantee first I write in a more robust and transparent when they do now you cannot have people in the same district some can run an ad and some cannot that's absolutely unfair well in in the same city yeah as well in these because it's it's not always race very straight and then what's really disturbing to me Chris is this was all said in the defense of trying to stop the Russian bad actors like that the Facebook ad you can't track but then what has happened you have the S. yeah you spend I think over a hundred thousand dollars through a pack over Facebook ads on trying to get Andrew Lewis elected isn't that also unfairly the Attorney General not only has stopped for free speech and made an unfair environment he's encouraged more of what he was quote unquote freedom you can't you can't pick winners and losers you know and there's it's a cliche but it's it's so it's supposed to the marketplace of ideas supposed to be a place where ideas are freely encountered by individuals who wish to hear them those ideas are wait out hashed out and debated through dialogue and that we all right close to the truth that's the philosophical basis of the marketplace of ideas the most people are familiar with it's the basis of a lot of personal protection we we really like only don't protect obscenity threats of like violent eminent action incitement of rye it's those kind of things is really limited areas we don't protect what we are steadfast on is content neutral you know this is the these are not but what Facebook done so there's something called a time place and manner restrictions the city can require you to have a permit if you go if you're in this in this way you can only use this kind of PA system you don't have the ball in their regional TPM time place manner restriction on this Washington state required disclosures from Facebook as to where the money came from who the demographics targeted all of that stuff could be arguably a TP a Thai policeman restriction what specially consider they're holding them accountable let ray we both know that you can buy ads very similarly from the cable companies targeted to one zip code to certain demographics and yet that isn't available online in a search database a media elite at my finger tips as his Comcast does to John it's about Ferguson but the through it's I I mean I don't know you look at look at the end of the day no matter what I'm sorry I I'll try the river it's viewpoint discrimination and we can have that it needs to be content neutral and if we don't it's gonna be.

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"beatty" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"beatty" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The place to go Tyler Beatty back to work here in the second. And he misses the first pitch. Fastball to Kyle farmer. Former dodger. Right handed hitter hitting one ninety two so far this year. He's got power three home runs. Three nothing reds PD pitches. And farmers swings. Abysses change from beady. It's one in one. That was the pitch that he gave up the home run against in the first two outs. Nobody on ground ball single bloop single. And then just a high fly ball that in this part turned into a three run Homer. The one Tich is swung on and missed strike to that is not too totally exonerate Tyler Beatty. He did not make a good pitch ahead on account to Derek Dietrich. But there was some bad luck involved in that three run first inning. One to got him swinging to Beatty gets his second strikeout farmer goes down. That is out number one here in the second nothing reds. Are iota out of town scoreboard. I look tonight. There are lots of other games going on across the big league baseball. We're here in the eastern time zone. Sunny, gray the pitcher Canada. That's eight this reds lineup. Tucker Barnhart the catcher is on exits gray against Beatty. First pitch from the right hander is called strike, but a ninety five mile an hour fastball. Yankees twins. That's a good series Yankees cooled off by the Diamondbacks, but still playing well we saw that last weekend at home and twins or nineteen ten playing great. Here's a curve. The just MRs gray was ducking to get out of the way that one did not almost hit him. It was almost a strike. Gives you an idea the movement on a curve ball. Count.

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