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02:06 min | 2 years ago

"bill barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Live right here from the Metroplex on real news and information five seventy KLIF. Four fifty now five seventy kale Ernie Brown. Chad Dickson are surly millennial and of course, Oncle Bill Barnet's doing his part to keep the broadcast on the heirs are musical and technical director. I've told you before because I know you're into the outdoors that the Pacific northwest is the place you want to check out to places I really love you've been to the Appalachians. I've never been there. It's nice hill country in Texas beautiful. Yeah. Pacific northwest beautiful in different ways. Of course, they're not the same type of place, Appalachians are very much like the whole country just taller hills. I see but trees cover the whole thing. It's totally different than the Rockies to the Pacific northwest. And you have the ring of fire you go through go through California got mount Shasta than mount Saint Helen's mount rainier mount Baker all of which are volcanoes. You can always tell a volcano because it's a standalone mountain you've got a mountain range volcanic nature, but a standalone mountain is a volcano now. Whether they're active or not that's a whole different story is Saint Helen's in California, Saint Helen's. No. It's in Washington. Okay. So I thought yeah. All right. So mount Saint Helens erupted back in may of nineteen eighty big for a long will it didn't actually erupt. That's actually not true blew up. Well, what happened was it had an earthquake and half the mountain slid off, and that kind of just opened it up, and it and it blew stuff out because of that. But had that earthquake not happened. Okay. It I don't think it would have erupted in the classic sense. Or know if whatever it wasn't like the Pierce Brosnan classic. No. Which peak Dante's peak. No, it was more. Like.

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06:12 min | 2 years ago

"bill barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Dickson Bill Barnet's our technical and musical director during his parts keep the broadcast on the air. So I'm in Lewisville this weekend. I used to live in Lewisville back when it was a small farming community years ago and separated from DFW by a long stretch of freeway between Carrollton and thirty on thirty five there. Now, of course, it's just the middle of the city. Liked it. Then don't know how much I would like it now. But I went up to look at a couple of town homes up there. They have a new way of doing this, by the way, they have these open houses, and you just punch a coded on the door. And you go in there and the places empty so love it. Yeah. I kind of liked that. I don't like being chauffeured around. I don't either uncomfortable. I feel like I can't bad mouth a place. I know I wanna I wanna trash it. Even though there's no one there too. I think they have a little camera setup. Sure. Anyway. So I looked at a couple of town homes all town. No, okay. Near near vista ridge. Okay. And I liked them. Both thought they were pretty nice something. Well, maybe this might be the new stately Brown manner. I'm going to have to give this some thought I went to McKinney and looked at a couple of more. But Dr shorten your commute. Definitely if you live in that part of Lewisville. Yeah. I think it will also less than my total Bill two zero two. Yeah. Exactly. That's kind of a good thing there anyway. So I was passing by vista ridge mall. Well, now, it's music city mall that nobody calls it that. Yeah. I said I haven't been in this mall since probably I think the last time I went there was two thousand five I want to see war of the worlds with Tom Cruise the movie theater, and this is the year before they built a new movie theater. That's on the outside movie theater. You spend the entire remember it vividly. Yeah. Me too. So I decided I'm going to walk through the mall. And I went in and said, wow, this doesn't look like changed that much still very nice, very nice mall. Love it. But as I'm walking through I went both levels. I decided I'm going to do the old person Walker walked through. There are a lot of businesses in there that I would not have thought would be storefront businesses. For example. There's a senior activity center. Nothing wrong with that. But it takes up a lot of space, and there's what's the retail value of that well mall walkers that's a big deal. Now, I get it. I understand. There's also some place where you do something with credit. It looks like here's a storefronts the Bank or something or some credit type place. There was in other words, they were a lot of things in there that I thought there here because they wrote the check, but I don't know how big of a draw they're going to be and the place. Now, maybe this is because it's the weekend after the holidays not much foot traffic on a Saturday afternoon. There was just nobody there my girlfriend, and I went there right before Christmas. 'cause I remember going as a kid there with my with my mom to Dillard's every year, and she lives kind of around there. She lives in Coppell right across the street. Yeah. And so we went in there because I wanted to just see what's still there. Yeah. So the anchors are still there. Yeah. The anchor stores are anchors are still there. But when it comes to everything else, the only thing that I. I thought I knew that had been there since day one was the American cookie company. Yeah. That we're still remember that in the food court. Yeah. Other than that. It was a bunch of stores. I would never walk into. I think there was a couple of jewelry stores that were Zales. Yeah. It's been there forever. They're just didn't see a lot of foot traffic. I mean, it was a ghost town. Now, this was a Tuesday night. But if that's a Tuesday and you're saying that's a Saturday. We've pretty much covered the basis. Yeah. I it's too bad because it is a great mall. I don't know if I were in charge, and I had to say, and the reason this is the reason they changed the music city mall. I I got home, and I I actually had a tear in my I felt so bad because it used to be this pact plays. Everybody wants a vista ridge mall. Yes. So I got online I'm trying to find out some history here. It turns out a couple of years ago the entire mall was given back to the lender. It was you know, they said, wait. Hey, we can't pay the bills were done and an investor came in who had turned around the mall. In Odessa, correct by changing it to music city mall. Correct. Decided we'll do the same thing here. Well, I did find in that story which was a couple years old. Maybe it's different. Now, they only had about seventy percent occupancy. Which means you got thirty percent of the stores that was the other thing. I noticed a lots and lots of empty spaces. And that it's really disturbing to me because I still think malls play a great role in our our communities, but in this online world, I guess maybe not as much as they once did I'm one of those people who loves being it's weird being in a big space with not a lot of people. Yeah. Me too. I'll never forget one time. I went to Texas Motor Speedway doing a radio show there on a date. Nobody was there, and it felt magical. Yeah. It's like being in a greater and you're the only one there. I was I was walking around music city mall. And I kept thinking to myself if I had the money and really it was on the way out I would buy it. And I would just make it the new stately Brown manner. I mean, I would be I'd be scooters up and down. I mean, if I play house, I I don't know what the future is from all I've such great fond memories. But at the same time, there's nothing there's no reason for me to go there. Yeah. I mean, unless I need something that only Dillard cells, but but there in lies the problem, if there's no reason for you to go there is because there there's no stores there. But how do you get the stores to go there? So that gives you the reason to come there. If you're not gonna go there because there's no reason there's there's really not as big of a need for certain types of brick and mortar stores, bats the problem. They did have they did have a computer gaining place where you could go in and play which I I thought I thought well, that's good. You get the kids in. They still had a nice Cinemark theater there grog wish they would have kept the old one. Yeah. But I think those things for kids gaming, those have been around succeeded some places and certainly failed and others. Yeah. I just don't know. But what I win. They had. They when I went ahead at dressed up beautifully for Christmas. Super nice looked great. Nobody there. Yeah. I it's too bad. If you live in the Louisville area for goodness sakes, go visit the mall because.

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"bill barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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01:39 min | 2 years ago

"bill barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"For picky eaters can be frustrating. You try your hardest to make new foods fun. But a lot of times they end up in the trash with you feeling somewhat defeated. What's more children may be missing out on key nutrients due to picky eating habits, so says pediatrician Dr Mollie Fernando start with small bite? She says because kids will feel less intimidated by one small carrot or one broccoli spear rather than a larger serving don't try the same food night after night Fernando says hoping that one night they're just gonna take to it. No went to give it a rest and try again at a few days or even a few weeks. Most important Fernando says lead, by example, let your kids watch you eat the food that you want them to try and talk about how much you like it. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Helping you live a better life. Who came in time to be on star caregiver drive in the physical therapy, doctors appointments, be there emotionally and physically. Don't give up don't ever give up. Caregiving is tougher than tough find care guides at AARP dot org slash caregiving. Brought to you by and the Ad Council. All the news and information you need to know mornings at five with David now. More of Ernie Brown on five seventy ally. Nineteen minutes after the top of the hour, Ernie Brown along with our surly, millennial Chad Dickson and Bill Barnet's our technical and musical director doing his part beat the broadcast on the air as just thinking about the officer calls, there's.

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"bill barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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06:34 min | 2 years ago

"bill barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"On five seventy KLIF. Seven twenty five seventy KLIF Ernie Brown. Chad Dickson and Bill Barnett, by the way. Chad the Drake show next door at the American Airlines center. Just now getting underway. I know you had front row tickets for that that's going to be a nightmare to get out. And of course, we we have the Mavericks preseason game against the Beijing ducks. Does that can't be right? That's right. That's on Saturday night at the American Airlines center, and you hear all the action somewhere else, certainly not here on five seventy Kaelin. Well, actually, they might sometimes when things get pushed around the Mavericks do give pushed on our early. Yeah. Okay. I didn't know nobody tells me nothing Abby is in Dallas, Abby. Welcome the left. What's going on? Yes, sir. Hey, happy to be here. I think that this whole passage a disgrace. I think that it is diluting the meaning of sexual assault. I think going forward, I think sexual assault survivors are going to be in trouble because not only are people going to be hesitant to believe them. But I think people are gonna run into more issues and the whole the whole meaning of the metoo movement is hoping to help, you know, all of these things, but they're actually hurting it. They don't realize it, but they're actually going to be hurting actual survivor. I I agree with you, Abby. I think that's absolutely right. There are legitimate cases out there that are happening remediate. And now people are getting this saturation with this kind of thing. And a lot of people are just outraged by it, and and they're going to be they're going to be women and men out there who are left saying. Hey, wait, a second. This really all we've heard it all before. Right. It's sad. And and and it's just great on a plane. I think Republicans going to do the right thing and confirmed Cavanaugh or we're gonna have a whole bunch of issues. Thanks for your call. I guarantee you this is just a political aside here, I'm looking at this. And and, you know, just listening to callers here, and certainly it's a sample of people listening to cliff, but I'm gonna guess that if the Republicans ended up not confirming that they're gonna face a massive losses where I don't think there is this Blue Wave out there right now, I think that people Republicans are sitting back and watching this, and if they confirm Cavanaugh, I think they'll show up to the polls because they'll realize the stakes, but if the Republicans let them down they're going to say, what's the point? I disagree with you. I think if the Dem's find a way to to block this because I think that's how they'll see it. Even if the Republicans call to say, we're done with cavenaugh. Yeah. But they will look at that is Dem's have gone too far. And I think this starts the old Redway bad. That's very good point. Yeah. Maybe right. Maybe you're right. All right. Let me hit up, Debbie. You're on cliff. Hello, debbie. Can you hear me? I don't think I think Kevin is the liar. I think he did it. I believe everything the late says, I just think that they're trying to railroad her if we if they can bring Bill Cosby down like they did and think nothing of this guy. Now. So so you think you think that the judge did do these things back then? Absolutely. Okay. All right, Debbie. Thank you for your call. I'm glad you got through the first one. Yeah. I yeah. I'm I'm glad I did hear all sides of this. I want to hear what people see. And that's that's really the way things work nowadays is we get a perception sometimes people just rub you the wrong way. It would be so much better. If the senators would have just almost stayed out of it altogether. If we were to just here, I think that attorney whatever her name was just ask all the questions. She was she was boring. Treating it. Like a deposition. That's not what it was. It was a TV event. It was a TV event. But I think if you would have just had her ask him questions, and you just ignored all the new sights. And we lived in this perfect world. The Chad has created. Yeah. Where you just hear testimony? Yes. From Ford and then Cavanaugh. Yeah. I think people will come off just sympathizing towards both just I don't really know at the end of the day. I think if there wasn't all these talking heads that are now bringing up sexism and things like that. We would all be sitting there just thanking God both of these people seemed like they were really honest, I can understand cavenaugh beam passed because this is this whole career if he didn't do it. Why wouldn't you be absolutely furious? He's right. I can't coach my kids anymore. I may not get another job because I can't teach because of this like I get that people get that. And then you could also say man when I listened to Ford she seemed like an honest person. And I think. You said coming off as I don't know what to think exactly I and I have to go then with the presumption of innocence. I there's nothing else I can do because that's our system of Justice. Now as was pointed out, this is not a trial. This is not a courtroom. This is the court of public opinion, which I gotta be honest with you if it's all going to be based on the performances, then that's not a court that I have any interest in the outcome. Nobody the fact is you can't no nobody can know what took place here, but they can see the players involved in this. And and I'm not talking about the judge or the professor I'm talking about the players who engineered this entire event going on. And to me, the overwhelming issue was you had this evidence MS Feinstein for sixty days, and you did nothing with it until it politically suited you down. That is the point that needs to be made. Over and over and over again to me that completely makes the entire thing suspicious. That is what undermines any argument, and that is why I'm definitely going to err on the side of caution and go with the presumption of innocence, so much more to say about this as we continue here in just a matter of moments. It's Ernie Brown. Chad Dickson and Bill Barnet's right here on five seventy KLIF. At massage envy. Membership means more ways to be your best with massage skin care and total body stretch, including new seamy boost six highly concentrated serums that offer skin enhancing benefits to help provide a personalized massage experience joint between now and.

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"bill barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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07:46 min | 2 years ago

"bill barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Let's get a look at your forecast tonight, cloudy with patchy fog and a low of seventy two tomorrow much like today, cloudy with spotty showers throughout the Metroplex. Isolated storms possible high near eighty eight and then for Friday, mostly cloudy, warm, humid, slight chance of showers high ninety right now eighty one in Fort Worth for news and information, five seventy KLIF. I. On news and information, five seventy K. Six minutes after the top of the hour. Thanks so much for joining us on five seventy K L I F, Ernie Brown. That's Chad Dickson over there into my right? It's Bill Barnet's our technical and music director doing his part keep this broadcast on the year before it completely crumbles our bosses back. Yeah. I know he's on the warpath to Josh. She would happen over channel thirty three today. They they did, you know, they had that many people working on that thing something like sixty two folks lost their jobs as of November six so being in this business. I think probably you do the same thing. A lot of us like I pay attention to these sure you pay attention to the programming on TV and radio, and I've always been fascinated by that news fix show. I like that show you like it. Yeah. I think it's pretty good. I've always thought there's no way this works. I mean member when they tried to do a legitimate not that wasn't legitimate. But like your stereotypical new show on the CW and. And it failed miserably. Well, there's there's no audience there's no audience for it and the audience that watches the CW is middle school and high school kid, and I don't care how you dress it up. They they they consume their news differently. If they consume news at all. Yeah. And it sucks to see that many people got fired. But I was literally I thought, you know, because a lot of its voice over, and I just thought, you know, might only be like ten people working there. Yeah. Boy was I wrong sixty two. I think in the Houston station. I think that if another fifty something I thought it was like seventy something the the bunch people Houston. Yeah. It's a Tribune company. They were supposed to merge with another company Sinclair's and Claire and the people who brainwash others. Yeah. That's right. Somebody something fell through somebody didn't dot dot the or crossed the tea in the whole thing fell apart. Now, these people are out of a job November six though, have you ever taken a job that you knew was a long shot that would work. Yes. But it was a step up. Yeah. Yeah. The last job I had when I was in Washington. It was a new news network. Yeah. And they paid me a fortune to do it, and you, but you knew that was a chance. Yeah. I knew it was a chance. I went totally for the money left. KRLD said I'm going to take it. I'm gonna I'm gonna go for a money grab. Yeah. And I remember Mike Rogers telling me don't do it king. I did I. No, better two and a half years bankrupt. See you last two two and a half years. I lasted less than six months went to. So I was just working. I don't even know if I was working part time Bill here. But I got in Cleveland. There's a station called KC L E. Yeah. And they had a opening for an afternoon sports show. And I was like if I can get it. Sure. But everybody so our old news director was from clipper had worked there. Don't wanna work for that guy. Really? Don't wanna work for that guy was a step up. Well, look, everybody's got to take it. I was there. Six months. The whole thing crashed and burned down. Okay. Yeah. And it's funny. How we do. Then. I saw the FOX for people die only bring that up because I saw some people left FOX for to go over there. Yeah. Less than like a year ago. Yeah. And that sucks. Yeah. That does. And I'm sure they were kinda low people on the totem pole. Fox. Maybe this is their chance to move up bigger pay bear bear. I mean, you're all over the country apparently was syndicated now. And but there you go that's the risk. You're only as strong as your company is, unfortunately. And that's and that's that's a real shame. Yeah. I guess I watched my dad when I was growing up. He worked for the Houston chronicle, great newspaper. There was against instant post Houston chronicle just like here, the Dallas Morning News and the Dallas times herald, well, one of them in that case the post went out of business chronicle ended up buying the remnants of them. Just like the morning news did the times herald, and and he left, but he was in the position back. Then when you work you worked for one company, you spend your entire career there. And he retired from there and they wished him. Well, and he went on started another career Cher even in his mid fifties. He chose to do that. But he put in thirty five years at that newspaper, and to me that's just so hard to imagine. That's why I have such such mad respect for Hal. Jay. Ps snakes had arms, and that's not easy to do anymore. So no, it's incredibly rare usually kind of bounce around in this business. Yeah. And I would probably imagine the house said he's made some sacrifices. I'm sure he's been rewarded financially. Well, I'm sure he has. But yeah, it's amazing to see guys. Just stay in one market Dale Hansen to John McKay on those things easier and television, especially if you get one of the coveted anchor seats. That's why I never expected. It's not surprising to hear what happened to channel. Thirty three today. They let sixty something people go because a merger deal didn't go through. These were not people that you could. Here's here's the reality of you take somebody who's been on your show for years and years and years do you remember about ten years ago? Maybe maybe it's less than that. But you had all these big name anchors the Mike Snyder's, Tracy Rowlett, and they all started suddenly did Gloria accomplish they suddenly started disappearing. Yeah. Then then they're retiring. Well, I I know for a fact in several cases, they were retired. And they just let them go out on their own terms. But they just said simply I don't wanna pay you anymore. That's what's sad. And so over there these are behind the scenes folks, and you might as well be you might as well be fodder for the cannon, Tracy Rowlett when he went to CBS, he went for a million bucks. I read that love Tracy is a great great guy. Very nice, man. Yeah. And he's one of those old school guys that came up through the armed forces network during nam, and you're like, yes that is a that is like the pedigree news guy. I want that had that background a lot of those old guys were veteran as well. And it was just really cool. I love that about him. Sad sad to hear that so bond by tall. Those folks at channel thirty three and I hope every single one of them makes the right decision and leaves media for good. Get a real job. It's time any times people have told me that, but I've always managed to somehow claw my way back in. But that's I'm single I can do that. And I've saved for things like this. But you know, a lot of folks haven't so I I hope they do that. Never understood. Why people wanna get into TV? I'm just gonna leave it there. Don't get it. Well, well, we got faces for radio. That's why we do what we do hurricane. Florence is aiming for North Carolina and our Clayton Neville. Is. There live reports when the storm comes ashore, and after I'm Dave Williams with Amy Shadrach get the very latest first thing in the morning five until eight tomorrow morning on KLIF finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure, you can post your job to some job board. But then all you can do is hope.

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"bill barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

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04:48 min | 2 years ago

"bill barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"The hour. Thanks so much for joining us on five seventy K L, I F or any Brown. That's Chad Dickson over there into my right? It's Bill Barnet's our technical and music director doing his part keep this broadcast on the air before it completely crumbles our bosses back. Yeah. I know he's on the warpath to Josh. Over channel thirty three today. They they did, you know, they had that many people working on that things like sixty two folks lost their jobs as of November six so being in this business. I think probably do the same thing. A lot of us like I pay attention to these like, I pay attention to the programming on TV and radio, and I've always been fascinated by that news fix show. I like that show you like it. Yeah. I think it's pretty good. I've always thought there's no way this works. I mean member when they tried to do a legitimate not that wasn't legitimate. But like your stereotypical news show on the CW and it failed miserably. Well, there's just there's no audience there's no audience for it and the audience that watches the CW is middle school and high school kid. Yeah. And I don't care how you dress it up. They they they consume their news differently. If they consume news at all. Yeah. And if sucks to see that many people got fired, but I was literally I thought, you know, because a lot of its voice over, and I just thought you might only be like ten people working there. Yeah. Boy was I wrong sixty two. I think in Houston station. I think they'd have another fifty something. I thought it was like seventy something. Yeah. The bunch people Houston Tribune company they were supposed to merge with another company Sinclair and Claire people who brainwash others. Yeah. That's right. Somebody something fell through somebody didn't dot dot the or cross the tea and the whole thing fell apart. Now, these people are out of a job November six though, have you ever taken a job that you knew was a long shot that would work. Yes. But it was a step up. Yeah. Yeah. The last job I had when I was in Washington. It was a new news network. Yeah. And they paid me a fortune to do it, and you, but you knew that was a chance. Yeah. Yeah. I knew it was a chance. I went totally. For the money left. KRLD said, I'm gonna take it. I'm gonna I'm gonna go for a money grab. Yeah. And I remember Mike Rogers telling me don't do it came. I did I. No, no, I know better two and a half years bankrupt. See you last two two and a half years. I lasted less than six months went to. So I was just working. I don't even know if I was working part time here. But I got in Cleveland. There's this station called KC L E. And data opening for an afternoon sports show. And I was like if I can get it. Sure. But everybody so old news director was from clipper had worked there. Don't want to work for that guy. Really? Don't want to work for that guy was a step up. Well, look, everybody's got to take it. I was there. Six months. The whole thing crashed and burned down. Okay. Yeah. And it's funny. How we do. And I saw the FOX for people die only bring that up because I saw some people left FOX for to go over there less than like a year ago, and that sucks. Yeah. That does. And I'm sure they were kinda low people on the totem pole, FOX. Maybe this is their chance to move up bigger, pay bigger bigger. I mean, you're all over the country. Apparently it was syndicated. Yeah. And there you go. That's the risk. You're only as strong as your company is unfortunately in this day and age. That's and that's that's a real shame. Yeah. I guess I watched my dad when I was growing up. He worked for the Houston chronicle, great newspaper. There was an instant post Houston chronicle just like here. The Dallas Morning News on the Dallas times herald. Well, one of them in that case the post went out of business chronicle ended up buying the remnants of them. Just like the morning news did the times herald, and and he left, but he was in the position back. Then when you worked you worked for one company, you spent your entire career, and he retired from there and they wished him. Well, and he went on started another career, sure. Even in his mid fifties. He chose to do that. But he put in thirty five years at that newspaper, and to me that's just so hard to imagine. That's why I have such since mad respect for Hal Jay at WP's snakes had arms, and that's not easy to do anymore. So no, it's incredibly rare usually. Kind of bounce around in this business. Yeah. And I would probably imagine that house said he's made some sacrifices. I'm sure he's been rewarded financially as well. I'm sure he has. But yeah. Yeah. It's amazing to see guys. Just stay in one.

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03:10 min | 2 years ago

"bill barnet" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Eighteen minutes after the top of the hour thank you for. Being here Chad Dickson also joining us. In the, newsroom and of course. Bill Barnet's are tech up and musical director. Doing his part keep the broadcasts from going. Down the old toilet there. All, right only get. Back to. This duct thing I have some audio from this guy this boat. Sank seventeen people die. On this thing it's it's a car really. That can go on the water it's a boat. And a car and. They're kind of cool looking and they're kind of fun to ride in on land I wrote one in Seattle across lake. Washington. And I gotta tell you, I always felt like it was a choppy day I felt like it felt unstable. To me it just kind of felt like it was swaying an awful lot and a little water splashed in a little bit and everybody kind of laughed about that but. I I don't like that I don't want water splashing on the boat. I want to be on the cruise ship I wanna be in luxury yeah I do too all right here's a witness who said this started out like any. Other tour the conditions were fine it's just like any. Day in the Ozarks those storms can come out, of anywhere and They do frequently there was other boats on. The lake at, the time private boats you could see them in the video, and you could also see them they were the first. Ones out. There to start doing the rescuing and. Here he is one the boat started having some problems. Once we saw it start taking. Water through the front we. Knew nothing was going good from. There and then it started taking, water from the back right corner and then just stuff went downhill from there yeah that's. What eventually sank it it just took, on, too much water in a, capsized you almost want to just get out of. The boat quick as you can say to. Fill up you know what's what's interesting about that is watching the video I kind of expected somebody to jump out. The side but you don't something I. Don't know, who would do that. Though when you think about it I'm gonna. Boat and yes we're taking on water but. The last thing I want. To, do is now. Get out. Into that water that is looks like there's a hurricane on it. I mean we have. Surf out there on a lake and this. Is not this massive Blake then only vague You're also. Jumping next to a big thing that could hit you. A knock you out that's true I mean you really gotta be hopefully at the back of the bus I mean there would be a lot of. Thing, if that's me hopefully you. Never know unless you're in that situation but there's and. I'm sure that's why they didn't jump out because the the boats rocking all over the place yes. It seems like it's going one direction but it may not. Have felt like it was going one direction somebody may, have thought hey if I jump out this way the waves could. Push the boat this way, could hit me or the, wheels underneath that are, propelling the boat or whenever the engine is the propelling I could run into it it's really it's a I think this is so. Many people, died because this is a freak thing you're, kind of trapped you don't know. What, to do yeah And. I don't, know that anybody could have been anybody was wearing life jackets. Or not, I don't know if that was a requirement I know, when I use it yeah I use the duck, boat that one time that I did it I they didn't ask us to put one on and I thought. That, would have been probably a law thing, you know if the boat is a certain size but you know. It's funny everybody just, loves, those duck boats there you'd see, one and everybody it's like seeing the blimp flying overhead oh look there's the blimp everybody's gotta stop and look at it for a second and they watch what is it the..

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"bill barnet" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

Marketplace All-in-One

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bill barnet" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One

"In early september bringing afoot of rain and wind gusts up to a hundred in forty two miles per hour to the city of naples florida i spoke with the city's mayor bill barnet in the midst of the recovery mayor barnett thanks for joining us well thank you unlike was so you're past the main cleanup efforts at this point what are you focused on these days we are passed the clean up a lot of debris and we are moving forward we're really focused on the tourism season which we don't think at this particular time we'll be impacted at all if any housing sales in the area also took a hit especially in september in and around the storm at where sure thinking on this is a shortterm blip or something to think about the longterm i think it is definitely a shortterm blip i have many friends that are in the real estate business in that are realtors and they're getting busy as of now i think that that what you're going to see is sure there might be some people after this hurricane that said listen we we want out of here but i think that they are just as many if not more people that will say oh he's a good time for us to uh to purchase down there because it is beautiful and hopefully we won't see another hurricane for for years to come are you concerned it all that with so many tropical storms and the intensity of them and all of the reports from different scientists including the trump administration about the human impact on global warming you don't have any concerns that people might start looking at property in your city and wonder if it's really worth to have beat from property at this point well i really and truly don't until there an indicator that is going to uh go to show me or tell me otherwise in in naples florida i see no indication at this particular time that that is going to happen or that will be a possibility in the city especially about beachfront property i think that uh the people that that come.

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