35 Burst results for "Bill O. Yeah"

The BEST Pro-Life Arguments Around With Seth Gruber

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:59 min | 2 d ago

The BEST Pro-Life Arguments Around With Seth Gruber

"There is this kind of raging debate around abortion in our country. It shouldn't be much of a debate. And let's just kind of start at the basics, which is for a listener right now who might be agnostic on it without knowledge or just kind of people can make whatever decision as they see fit. What's wrong with that perspective? Why should a listener the Charlie Kirk show care about life? Yeah. Amen. I gave a talk to a Republican women's group recently in Simi Valley about why conservatives actually have to be pro life if you want to call yourself a conservative. And our founders said we hold these truths to be self evident, right? The translation for that for gen zers is duh. You know, we hold these truths to be done. This is obvious. It's axiomatic that we're endowed by our creator with certain inalienable rights. And of course, he put the right to life first. And Reagan talked about this at length in his book abortion and the conscience of a nation. Reagan, former governor of California used to be pro choice. And actually had some blood on his hands because of some bad bills. Yeah, he did. And doctor Mildred Jefferson, the first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School who started the national right to life committee. Once gave a defense of the pro life position, so persuasively on TV, Reagan watched it, wrote her a letter and said that he had become pro life because of her presentation. And he wrote his book abortion and the conscience of a nation. And he makes his point, I think, to your question about why life is the most fundamental right and why we as conservatives need to get that right right. He says that Abraham Lincoln recognized that we could not survive as a free country, as long as some men could decide that others are not fit to be free. And should therefore be slaves. Likewise, we can not survive as a free land today, as long as some men can decide that others are not fit to live. And should therefore be abandoned to abortion and infanticide. So there is no cause more important than affirming than the transcendent right to life of all human beings. The right without which no other rights have any

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Where Will Congress Find Bipartisan Consensus? Mike Johnson Tell Us

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:32 min | 3 months ago

Where Will Congress Find Bipartisan Consensus? Mike Johnson Tell Us

"What do you see just briefly? Where do you see the next bigger breakthroughs coming that we can get back to a government that could actually pass something larger than a spending bill? Yeah, it's a great question. I do think that because the left went so far. They went too far, right? That the pendulum does now begin to swing back a little bit. Now some of the crazy about progressives, they're never going to come back into the fold. They're working on a totally different anti American kind of platform and agenda. We're not ever going to get them back. But the American people the polling shows that people saw the results of all that leftist ideology that pre socialism kind of agenda, and they don't like it, right? And so we have an opportunity to be able to speak truth into that vacuum and to explain to everyone why our principles are what's best. They're American principles. That's what's guided us since the founding. That's when it's going to bring us back to our greatness again. And I think that gives us an opportunity to strengthen our ideas, gives us an opportunity to build a new kind of consensus. Now the question is, what will we use that consensus for? You know, I left a just a couple hours ago. We had a task force meeting within the House Republican conference that House Republicans task force on the big tech problem, right? This is a bipartisan concern. I mean, Republicans and Democrats are concerned about big tech and the oligopoly oligopoly that are running it and censoring private speech and viewpoint discrimination, all that kind of stuff. It begs for a solution. It's an unprecedented issue. And it must have buy in from both sides to be able to fix it correctly.

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Understanding Huawei, China's Controversial Tech Giant

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:02 min | 8 months ago

Understanding Huawei, China's Controversial Tech Giant

"To us bill if you would about the this company while way that many seem to treat as just another telecommunications cell phone company why is that completely the wrong way to think about while way bill. Yes first off. The chinese are engaged in something called civil military fusion. This is a communist party program directed at the highest levels of both the government and the party which requires all commercial technology to be used for the military and likewise any military developed or stolen in technology then to the civilian sector while way technologies of bills itself as quote private company. It is anything but it is one of the national champions that gets funding and support. It also provides intelligence gathering tools. We learned from the snowden documents that the chinese stole router technology and then use that technology to spy on others and we were able to spy on while away and learn all its intelligence gathering capabilities. This has come out again because of that compromise. Nsa lost the ability. The national security agency lost the ability to spy on wall street. But we've never had the. Us government really come out and explain why this company is so dangerous and the reason. It's so dangerous is because we're on the verge of a revolution in telecommunications with five g. which is going to speed up the communications for that are used for everything down from whether it's washing machines and televisions to the most precision guided munitions that the us military has it's going to affect that to be able to communicate so rapidly and over many long

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:35 min | 11 months ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Oh, wow. I'm sorry. This thing on Netflix to Yeah. Oh, man. It's not. It's not Bill Cox. Yeah. Oh, man remark. I'm sorry. Hey, listen, we're gonna be doing this all week, so keep it tuned in. Okay. Thanks, Mark. All right, Mike. Just drop. So let's go to John. Eric is next. Oh, I'm sorry, Eric. Eric, you're up, buddy. Hey, Eric, How are you doing? Where you What do you do, man? Where you calling from? Cut glass for a living. I'm calling from a D glass. Middletown. Oh, cool again. My neighborhood that okay, There we go. Let's go before ZZ Top. What group did Billy Gibbons found? It was a psychic. It was psychedelic group in the mid sixties out of Texas. Yeah, only psychedelic group. I know strawberry alarm clock. And I got, uh, Strawberry alarm clock. I kind of want I like I want my alarm clock to be made of strawberries. Thank you, Eric. Sorry, brother. My wouldn't make it past bedtime. All right, Who's lying to let's go to Johnny? Hey, Johnny. Johnny. Johnny, How you doing? If we don't get a winner today, they'll just carry over and we're doing this all week. So make sure you tune in Johnny, Where do you work, man? What do you do? I'm delivered packages were FedEx, Uh, challenge, All right. Okay, listen. What was the name of the Texas Psychedelic group in the mid sixties that Billy Gibbons was in before? He made it ZZ top.

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(02/27) HOTL Hour 3

Handel On The Law

03:05 min | 1 year ago

(02/27) HOTL Hour 3

"This is handle on the law. Marginal legal advice. Where i tell you have no case. This is floored where a woman is suing the town. She lives in after getting more than a hundred thousand dollars in parking fines. And so is the story of sandy martinez and she parks in her driveway in such a way that she has violated the town ordinance and has been for over a year parking her car in violation of the town ordinance. Whether it's on her property it goes over the driveway. Whatever does the story doesn't tell us exactly what she did. But she's been sitting there and accruing fines of over one hundred grand and now. She is suing the town saying that you have no business finding be one hundred thousand dollars. That is excessive and therefore it is illegal and therefore the fine should be removed and the argument is that the amount of the fines are catastrophic and the government doesn't have the power to impose the financial death penalty so to speak for trivial violations. The company said or her lawyer said the town finder two hundred and fifty dollars per day for the harmless offensive part Parking your car partially on our own front lawn which is clearly in violation and she did it enough to where she got. Hit two hundred and fifty dollars a day and wouldn't and by the way wouldn't move her car it's not as if they towed it away. They just kept on hitting her with fines because they would hit her with a fine she would affect too bad. I'm not paying and now that it's hit a one hundred thousand dollars. He says that's unfair. And she thinks that the law itself or the fine is excessive. She's going to have a tough time with this. And the reason is and the only reason of the reason. Her arguing excessive is that it's it has added up to so much money. Well it's how much the initial fine was. And she's violated violated violated violated. And i think she finally got The two hundred and fifty dollars a day out of two hundred and fifty dollars a day for the entire year three hundred. I don't know but three hundred times to fifty years but it's more than a hundred grand so her argument is not gonna fly for example. Let's say you get a part. Let's say you get a speeding ticket day after day right. And it's a couple hundred dollars and you don't pay it and somehow you're ignoring the warrants. That are out for In your name in the end you get tagged after five months speeding every day and wait. That's too much money. You're charging me doesn't work that way. And so she's gonna lose. There's no question and and the legal issue is does the city have the right to impose a fine of two hundred fifty dollars date. Yes does the city have the right to determine where parked my car on my property. Yes you can't park on your lawn yes. Does the city have the right to say on a public street. I can't part more than seventy two hours us. More than seventy two hours which is my local ordinance. Otherwise they told the car. Hey it's my property. That's a public street. You can't have the right to take away my car. Oh yes we do and it happens all day long so great argument lady absolutely for sure phone calls. Hello audra welcome to handle on the law. Hi four and a half months ago. We were heading out of town. Pulling our brand new trailer year-old fish tailed and Flipped and it was totaled My trucks has one insurance but trailer has a different insurance. My trucks and repaired. We're all good. My trailer was sold. As i said I signed a month ago. I signed the title over to them and they in the letter said we're going to give you forty five thousand dollars. I can not get the money from them. I keep getting passed around to people by sue. Them you've got assume. You have no choice if sue the insurance company. Now it's all you can do. The insurance companies the one that breached the warranty the contract insurance company good news. That's good news. Okay so you find out where they do business. Are you in the state of california. Do they have an office in the state of california. I believe they. Do you find out where the offices and you sue them. And if you can't find an office in the state of california then what you do if they don't have An office but they sell in the state which clearly they do. Then you simply contact the secretary of state and you could do this all on the internet very easy to do and you find out who the agent for service of process is. There's actually the name of a law firm or a an individual where you can serve the company and then that individual law firm whatever law is representing whoever you're suing who is not in the service of process service awesome. Yeah just go right to the secretary of state. Hello jake bill. Yes what can i do for you

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Chrissy Teigen Savaged After Complaining About A $13,000 Bottle Of Wine

Fred + Angi On Demand

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Chrissy Teigen Savaged After Complaining About A $13,000 Bottle Of Wine

"Went viral after sharing. Not so relatable story about accidentally purchasing a thirteen thousand dollar bottle of cab fred. I feel like we've talked about this before. So she i tweeted. What's the most expensive thing you've eaten that you thought sucked then. She told the wind stories. That the waiter had recommended the bottle and they were shocked when they got the bill like they didn't know i'm sure the waiter was trying to take advantage of them She said that they didn't even get to finish the bottle and they had cleared it so they can bill. Yeah and so. I thought this was funny. Because i feel like waiters you know when you ask for a suggestion should probably like keep it around a certain price range. I guess she thought they have tons of money which they do but everyone yelling at her for not being relatable she was like. Hey this is twitter. you know. it's not relatable because you're not me. These are my stories she said. I ordered a thirteen thousand dollar bottle of wine. It's thoughts anything

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Bill Handel. Yes, it is a Saturday morning 805 to 01534 is the number All. And we have Ah, Couple of open lines this morning call in 805 to 01534 welcome back to handle on the law. Marginal, marginal legal advice where I tell you, there's absolutely new case whatsoever. Linda. Hi, Linda. I don't. Yes, ma'am. I have been waiting for looking in the mail for the last few days to see if I would get my impact Check. And I got one last time and it was in the mail. And so Did. Just today. I got this. Um, it says it's from the department of the Treasury. And here's your economic Impact statement card. Enabled by money network. It contains the money receiving from the U. S. Department of Treasury under the covert related tax relief, active 2020. Um And I've just haven't heard about that. Are you? Yeah. What did they want? Okay. Is it a credit card They actually put in three envelope. It's a real credit card with a chip in everything, and I have to activate it. Oh, interesting and I and I don't know how that's being done because from what I understand It's either your sent a check. From the I R s or its direct deposit into an account. I have not yet seen credit cards, pay cards, so I would I would call their phone number on the form to call. Yeah, there is some well call him. Call that number and do not give them any information. Don't give a social just say is this legit? And or you go on the Internet and find out the number. Of the Treasury Department. Just go in just that. Hey, I got this car. Just ask anybody. You look, you asked for the fraud division of Treasury and because that sounds to me like it's a little bit sketchy and make the outright fraud. I I I don't know. I mean, it could be legitimate. Doesn't sound like it doesn't sound like it's legit, but good for you for calling before you do anything you so you want to do some investigation? Whoa! Uh, Darlene. Hi, Kathleen. Hi. Yes, ma'am. Yes. Who am I speaking to now, Bill I'm Isabelle. Hi, Kathleen. What can I do for you? Yeah, I would like to talkto attorney about my problem that I have. What's your problem? My problem is that I want to have Tyler last was up in the hospital. For what? Um And, um, I would like to know how I could go about it because I went to another hospital on what they told me that they couldn't do for media at a hospital did for me. They closed me up on six. My kidney and everything. Okay? All right. So we wait. So the first hospital did not fix your kidney. No, they didn't. So you went to the second hospital, and I told him no. Okay, and I went to another hospital and they fix me up. Very well. I'm okay. Having no urine bag hanging on me and my colonoscopy is okay. Good. Good. Good. So you're you're available for dating? That's impressive. What do you want to see? Oh, okay. All right. What do you want? What do you want to sue the first hospital for for not taking out your sir? I went in there for Like I had a Yes right this problem or something? They said he was gastritis. They send me out. And then I went not like a week again and they said I might hold on his mess up and they went inside to fix my colon. And when they was inside of me with Mike Holland, they pull this string on my kidney. Then they came and they didn't tell me until after the surgery when they come in and said what they did, and then I have to take hope. My kidney and I said I didn't come in here for kidney problem. Nothing wrong with my kidneys. They wanted to take. They wanted to take out your kidney for no reason. For no reason. And I go like, have no. Okay. No good for you. So you went to another hospital, and they straightened out all of your problems. Now you were talking about a you had a colostomy also. Yes. They're fixed my column. A story. Okay. Take a piece of my call. Lateness. Okay. All right. I got it. Okay, Because now we're going in now You're going into some some some pretty serious stuff. Yeah, I know I have now is that the second hospital that took out a part of your colon or the first hospital? Yeah, the first hospital. Mm. Went inside of me. Be okay for the first time, Okay, That's all right. I understand. So, what you're saying is if I'm getting this right, the first hospital took out half of your insides, which didn't have to be done. The second hospital fixed everything, and none of anything had to be done. Do I have that right? No. They fix my colon. And then they take a little piece of my colon and fix my kidney that they had a hospital had break. You're like, all right. You know what this is? This is pretty confusing between your colon and your kidney Went in for colon problems. I understand you had gastritis. Yes. All right. Here's what I want you to do me. Oh, cat. Yes. Kathleen Kathleen. Yeah, well, think, uh, Kathleen, go to him go to handle on the law dot com. Go to the website handle on the line calm and you that we have all kinds of attorneys that do medical malpractice..

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"I'm sure it's it's not next year. We'll be a big star. It's not take taking it. I do more start with. Upset is hard you see. I mean i tell you the last three three records. I was asked to play. Wpa ex us night. Neil i can tell you that i'll suit concerts. I went to three records was standby slime family. Stern is made up by stevie. Wonder i want you back by jackson. Five must be concerts with g. Tickets are twenty two s loosely described thirds describe jesuits sa- michael tippett's the compose opera. The ice break intensify tastic mode. Music really threatening. I just astounded by and concentrate icon. Meant so i mean you know factual terms those what listed on radio and see if there's any life this deal which the there's a bit in places but it's so formatted by there's little sense of his radio hasn't an fantastic politics and i usually come to a country make pronouncements but as a matter of from a musician point of view. There's probably too much of the industry. The industry has created itself in years of noise success. Now it needs to eat it. It's a what is it. I said the greek greek press snuggled any heady heidari west. You can see on hydra. Is it a hydra something like that. It's just one of its until you know It's in sort of death. Security kind of awful. Beth writes in an aggrieved by briefing exists. Somewhere in this. We are interested in survival. Not any of our personal musical missions but in surviving somehow in this machinery it'll turn of course ninety five different sweep. Lv around down some either and it was always all day exactly exactly as well as being had it had. Maybe that's also seems to lower your dignity. The people incredibly don't the monster develop humans as well and it will remove diggity extremely careful and it usually comes through repetition that's sign of a constant need to formalize be the same people playing the same thing and repeated so you gee records billy one sell a million albums and states and we want you to sacrifice a little bit of maybe next top order.

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"I accept that something to tell them that was a good inbound but anyway Robot inside he went to install events for law and that left me to play with other people signing you about that states are played in rapid succession. Gone embroi- hop and i did some session and the genesis national health i here the record of upscale i was trying to find out what to do really what what to do by by being with other people when awesome. What is watching them. How about watching red. Cuban plastics went to rise to chin monday. That kind of thing. But it's always seemed to me. That's a running around if i could get since the drudge and hence feels good to me then it's slight a slight sidetracked through uk of designed around that time and is convenience me to use promotion and then again it's feels good to. She was kind of sad fight. Uk attempt an the non success radio k. mid alan success record. Let's say i have known known. It was a high priority thing. The president news put putting on the people you know. I feel a kuna draft now for us. They're gonna they're gonna want the money back that's for sure for may musicians but that's a good way to do it. That's why i'm not begrudging at that. And i knew it would be so. That's your experience with somebody other bands different levels of road. Shinsuke make you know. Probably make me physician of static over..

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"Wasn't sure that he would be person. You would like to talk to as many as i liked to. I actually. I am doing this as a promotion exercise. There's no doubt about. I need you know with mike to rice about what it is. Because i'm interested in. It really wants to get it across that. It would be lovely day. It's an insane people kind of associate. What communist play. There was no constant need to keep talking about see we have tried to compete with. Americans are americans be comforting to six weeks which seemed like forever but an american band will six months about thinking. It's an order to compete a tool to be in the same race as all must make use of here in college is coming in at smaller the low level where you stopped club. We're not we're not on the bottom is out. I mean the clubs club sold out and that's great. That's not actually at the starting gate and a lights to up. Cities is the american system. Sex could sound systems by much. And sometimes you can to the radio same time so food good system and there's no other way to do it. I mean next level of this hour talking about what the next rung. Up hewlett america. You have to be seen to keep climbing runs. And she else kills loose successful in the country. And i'm sitting. We'll be able to come back short and hopefully find some colleges and smoke. Fix that will. That will be good year to something like that and then we'll worry about what happens. Then what would you want to tell people about your music. It's not death you serious one out about the guggenheim museum. It's not it's the instrumental music. This must be either jazz or classical something like work about some h. Difficult music. And i see that tool. We have supply interesting music fry or or accessible particularly. I think we when we play. We play in such ways to invite people in this environment. Rob repel oppress them and defy. Likes which is not at you. Some refunds out. But i don't like a lot to recession music. Most standardized breath cheating quick tudor or the need to survive really. It's an era fear round action especially because in the bottom. That's right if there there's definitely a climate of whereas the sword go full next. It's partly to good specific management company that we're announces gun because well there's potential that may not be too modest talked about the groups that you played.

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"In this episode. We have one of prog rock's greatest drummers bill at the time of this interview in nineteen eighty. Broussard was thirty one years old and on tour with solo band supporting his album. Gradually going tornado in the interview buford talks about why he left. Yes how robert fricke try to cancel the king crimson. Nineteen seventy four central park concert and the advantage of making a name for himself and banned by yes genesis and king crimson as always we have music critic mark allen at the helm conducting the interview. One last thing before we get to the interview the tapes archive. Podcast is a proud member of cyrus media a global community connecting passionate fans with podcast and experiences about artists and topics loves. Thanks for tuning in. And now it's time to open the vault over. No i'm not gonna player stations here and i'll give you rush especially in that not many commercials. Well the recent that lies these senior can add vocals eventually note. I don't know that wouldn't think by. Anthony singapore quite probable. There's nobody bill. Prince discounts finals. I it's just that this particular album. Not on kuwait's america would voice and something this hotline dance especially yes and on such a huge level. You made your holiday every two years now here you are. i just. You're staying with less than had to move with yet more. Yes that's not the only ask you how. How does as eddie feel about the. Because you're obviously made a name for yourself willy. Mason soldiers is that america beside more for music and the whole thing is a viable proposition. She's really good. It doesn't so listen. I'm going to be stable kind of and who who doesn't doesn't mind. I like to be able to play madison back on. Not that i ever have to and <hes>. And trump's although there's not a whole level of problems occur pasta two three thousand seats by now we can just play music or problems. Did you have that are raised now. A group of flannel. It's magic pilot very easily that level. It's incredibly uninspired. It's amazingly easy to find some to seventy thousand blackout faces. Eight any pressure tool because the sounds inside. North and the whole shemozzle would sucha an isolated insulated kind of fair so much no reaction no visible reaction from anybody to your play like in a club. You can see people reacting in those places. None of that happens to. It's an extraordinary ritual. It's an amazing amazing feeding of power. But it was a strategic. Bit of works really got me to america to keep interest in on wants to in future thing this. I've had this time. And american gotten how planners do places north america generally in american about me and on you always make a good to substance feels. Good gets me and say you need some sort of strategic planning for thing like that genesis suitable time. You've got new playing it. Got my face around. It wasn't the best musical world. Then it wasn't gonna be paid for by a five month job which was fine. I could stay. Probably but i had other plans so i think we used each other way. German ankles return for it. Because i was having or without america trying very hard to exist by five synthesizers to buy a hop hannah's to buy another tunes. It's europe is a very strong place to and we could pass numerical together for the good work here more or less decided book. America's favorite and no sheppard's son to healthy strict with north vessel for any given output the musical direction. You're likely to gain the speech. Must people. you'll disseminate music. Quickest efficiently probably followed by canada. I wasn't sure that he would be person. You would like to talk to as many as i liked to. I actually. I am doing this as a promotion exercise. There's no doubt about. I need you know with mike to rice about what it is. Because i'm interested in. It really wants to get it across that. It would be lovely day. It's an insane people kind of associate. What communist play. There was no constant need to keep talking about see we have tried to compete with. Americans are americans be comforting to six weeks which seemed like forever but an american band will six months about thinking. It's an order to compete a tool to be in the same race as all must make use of here in college is coming in at smaller the low level where you stopped club. We're not we're not on the bottom is out. I mean the clubs club sold out and that's great. That's not actually at the starting gate and a lights to up. Cities is the american system. Sex could sound systems by much. And sometimes you can to the radio same time so food good system and there's no other way to do it. I mean next level of this hour talking about what the next rung. Up hewlett america. You have to be seen to keep climbing runs. And she else kills loose successful in the country. And i'm sitting. We'll be able to come back short and hopefully find some colleges and smoke. Fix that will. That will be good year to something like that and then we'll worry about what happens. Then what would you want to tell people about your music. It's not death you serious one out about the guggenheim museum. It's not it's the instrumental music. This must be either jazz or classical something like work about some h. Difficult music. And i see that tool. We have supply interesting music fry or or accessible particularly. I think we when we play. We play in such ways to invite people in this environment. Rob repel oppress them and defy. Likes which is not at you. Some refunds out. But i don't like a lot to recession music. Most standardized breath cheating quick tudor or the need to survive really. It's an era fear round action especially because in the bottom. That's right if there there's definitely a climate of whereas the sword go full next. It's partly to good specific management company that we're announces gun because well there's potential that may not be too modest talked about the groups that you played in about people. I band savoy grounding. Savoy was my best friend and that was pretty awful three days and that was that was good that i came up with my first guitar hero. Gibson's she was guitar by then. I looked around a bit and came close. Yes and that was good basketball break. Excellent be very well and <hes>. I've had enough about six hours. Somebody because i didn't want to spend a lot one time insisted on the last one that can agents. I love sweating. Giving trump generally and i was thinking how am i would support each other and a plane can crimson. Then he sees you superior way. And so i said well that sounds great and off. You went five mercantilist. Some last show ever played in central far out you that that was an emotional night was in when i talked to him about that. He said that was the closest that i'm to being great. Since the first and like you said that the last king clinton in the i can principle the best. It was extremely good easy. You might like no one further anecdotes about that story. Which is the chinese absolute damnedest to cancel events about some sounds which <hes> inaudible kind of buzz to hear any sound system and said it was impossible for us to play and he was cut gerald and bullied threatened in two thousand people and he was just about dragged on student and now he will no doubt hail it is being here on the strongest span of did. He's a man of fiction on many levels and not least of which is that. That's enough the mandate about that greg. We really pavlik and blue myself. One of those great night's you believe you're strong as you are. I really enjoy that.

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

The Tapes Archive

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on The Tapes Archive

"Welcome back to the tapes archive podcast where we release interviews. That have never been heard before in this episode. We have one of prog rock's greatest drummers bill at the time of this interview in nineteen eighty. Broussard was thirty one years old and on tour with solo band supporting his album. Gradually going tornado in the interview buford talks about why he left. Yes how robert fricke try to cancel the king crimson. Nineteen seventy four central park concert and the advantage of making a name for himself and banned by yes genesis and king crimson as always we have music critic mark allen at the helm conducting the interview. One last thing before we get to the interview the tapes archive. Podcast is a proud member of cyrus media a global community connecting passionate fans with podcast and experiences about artists and topics loves. Thanks for tuning in. And now it's time to open the vault over. No i'm not gonna player stations here and i'll give you rush especially in that not many commercials. Well the recent that lies these senior can add vocals eventually note. I don't know that wouldn't think by. Anthony singapore quite probable. There's nobody bill. Prince discounts finals. I it's just that this particular album. Not on kuwait's america would voice and something this hotline dance especially yes and on such a huge level. You made your holiday every two years now here you are. i just. You're staying with less than had to move with yet more. Yes that's not the only ask you how. How does as eddie feel about the. Because you're obviously made a name for yourself willy. Mason soldiers is that america beside more for music and the whole thing is a viable proposition. She's really good. It doesn't so listen. I'm going to be stable kind of and who who doesn't doesn't mind. I like to be able to play madison back on. Not that i ever have to and And trump's although there's not a whole level of problems occur pasta two three thousand seats by now we can just play music or problems. Did you have that are raised now. A group of flannel. It's magic pilot very easily that level. It's incredibly uninspired. It's amazingly easy to find some to seventy thousand blackout faces..

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South Korean pop stars BTS may get to delay military service after all

PRI's The World

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

South Korean pop stars BTS may get to delay military service after all

"Today. Among fans of the mega famous south korean boy band. Bt s the seven lads in the group can postpone their mandatory military service and keep on cranking out hits like this. The korea herald reports today that the national assembly in seoul passed a bill. Yes the korean. Legislator allotted time for discussion and the bill. Let's cape cod superstars to further military service to age thirty that exemption has been available to elite athletes and classical musicians and now aging boy

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Scotland becomes 1st country to make free period products the law

Jason and Alexis

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Scotland becomes 1st country to make free period products the law

"The passage of new legislation on Tuesday. Scotland will become the world's first country to make period products, tampons and pads and whatever else you need free for anyone who needs them. Oh, yes. Scotland? Yes, the first country to do this. You name unanimously passed this period Products, Bill? Yeah, Lex are Don is their name. Did they give you the official name of the bill? I'm dying to know Products. Bill. Oh, that's what it's called.

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Bill & Ted Face the Music Review

Pop Culture Happy Hour

09:04 min | 1 year ago

Bill & Ted Face the Music Review

"One, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty, nine, we met bill s Preston and Ted Theodore Logan in the movie bill and Ted's excellent adventure they returned in bill and Ted's bogus journey in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety one, and now almost thirty years later they're back in bill and Ted's face the music Alex Winter and Keanu Reeves return as well. Bill and Ted respectively, and this time they'll need not just their triumphant man to save the world but also their daughters I'm Stephen Thompson and I'm Linda Holmes we're talking about bill and Ted face the music on this episode of Pop Culture Happy Hour from NPR here with me and Steven from his home studio is plan Weldon of NPR's arts desk. Linda and also with us from his home in Washington DC, we have JC Howard who is a producer of NPR's Ted Radio Hour and how I built this I. J. C.. Good to have you back good to have you back. So if you are all not familiar, there's not a lot setup that you need or these films except to say that Bill and Ted were introduced to us as teenage bro Friends who had a band and just wanted to have a triumphant band when they were older and eventually they got sucked into time travel and picking up different historical figures, and later we're going to try to save the world and there was. A whole story where they were going to ultimately right a great and triumphant song it's it is a surprisingly complex canonical story of which you need to know practically nothing in order to enjoy I think these films Stephen now that I have thoroughly set the table kind of what is your attachment to bill and Ted these movies. If you have one, well, I've seen bill and Ted's excellent adventure. A BUNCH OF TIMES I've seen bill and Ted's bogus journey a couple times. These are movies that have kind of existed on the wind for the last thirty years. I re watched these movies within the last five years I. Think I talked about the. What's making me happy on this show but still kind of needed to go back to be reminded of what happens in them going into this movie I mean this movie is coasting on goodwill. There is a certain amount of fan service going on here. I mean I'm not sure how many people were clamoring to revisit these characters almost thirty years later but at the same time. Something really really smart happens in this movie and you can tell before you even start watching it, and that is that it is ninety three minutes long all three of these movies are about ninety minutes long and I think they understand that that is the perfect lengthier. There is a certain amount of sequel bloat here. The first two movies are incredibly Chintzy. The stakes in the first one are no greater than maybe Ted we'll get sent to military school and you're there's like the entire fabric of space time can be ripped apart. This is a very shaggy movie. I. Think there are stretches where it sags but. I do appreciate the number of updates. You don't have the gay panic stuff that really dragged down the earlier movies are no gay slurs in this movie. This movie bothers to give its female characters a little bit more agency the women who become their wives barely have any part to play in the other movies, and here you get more of that you get their daughters who are given kind of their own subplot. So I appreciate that it's not just rattling around with these two dudes who are now middle aged, but they're taking an interest in people outside of just bill. Yeah and you do get their daughters. The structure of this one is kind of that they go on one journey through time and their daughters meanwhile who are played by Samara weaving and bridget lending pain go off and tried to get a band together for their DADS to play with on this epoch song that's supposed to save the world. So you kind of have the one journey going on the other journey going on then naturally in the third act it all comes together and I did like those two performances from the daughter's there are also some kind of new faces in this one kristen Schall plays Kelly who is The daughter of Rufus who was the George Carlin character in the original JC it feels to me like you are too young to have a moustache attachment to these movies but I have been assured that that is not the case because television. Yeah. That's exactly right. I was actually super excited to hear this movie was happening and I'm going to show my age a little bit and say that I was born pretty close to the release of the First Bill and Ted Movie of Bill and Ted's excellent adventure. So my first encounter with these guys was as as they say a most impressionable youth. And I was one of what I can only assume are millions of kids who watch bill and Ted's excellent adventure every time it ran on cable TV. The thing about the first movie is the problem that they needed to solve was very simple. Billon Tade just needed a good grade right granted the solution to that problem was a little larger than life and included doctor who like time travel home box and all but the problem itself was simple. The second movie bogus journey was certainly a little nuttier. It had killer robots and aliens and the grim reaper. Didn't feel like it hit quite the right notes for me. No Pun intended. So win a third film was confirmed. The main question I had was like, what are they going to do? Are they going to try to recreate the success of the original and go back to simple run of the mill time travel Orlean into the bizarre and crazy and from just the trailer? It was clear that they weren't going to just lean into the bizarre, but they were diving in head first. But I think what separated this one from the nineteen ninety one sequel is that it has a lot more heart. The original movie was really about the friendship of bill and Ted and saving that they didn't seem to care as much about saving the future as much as they wanted to just make sure that bill and Ted could still just be friends. So it had this kind of surprisingly earnest quality and I think that was what was missing in the second film in this third one for all of its bizarreness in all of its doubling down on death in heaven and hell, and all these kinds of weird things. It really reignites the idea that there are friendships and. Relationships here that are worth saving. Yeah I think you're absolutely right that they go back to the relationship between those two guys being the center of the story and I. Think it's really funny. One of the things that I think is featured in some of the the trailer stuff but they are both married they both have you know lovely wives that you have met before since they got them from the past and they have relationships with their wives that are completely enmeshed with their relationship with each other. So they can't conceive of having individual marriages that aren't some. Like a four person marriage I thought that stuff was sort of funny because I think one of the things that carries over like if you're going to take these guys in age them thirty years you have to either assume that at some point they became more normal, which is a weird thing to assume about bill and Ted. Or you have to assume that they are still very bill and Ted, which would mean that they are still kind of very fixated on this idea that they are a duo and they are always together and they are each other's right hand Glenn you had indicated on twitter that. You perhaps did not have the same nostalgia for these characters that perhaps I have and others may have what is your take care? All right. The ticker about to hear from me Linda Holmes is going to be a subjective it's rigorous. It's clear eyed it is on demand by the gauzy scream nostalgia because unlike all y'all I never saw these movies until this week just to prepare for the show and I didn't see him for very simple reason I didn't have to I. Mean I was a junior in college nineteen, eighty, nine I was studying marine biology. I was dating a string of profoundly unfulfilled women and. Being. On a college campus and eighty nine and not here boobs heinous strange things are afoot at the circle k just over and over and over. So I felt like I got it. And think about the time late eighties early nineties mainstream. American. Comedy was kind of stuck in this catchphrase based mode and I was like, okay. I don't need to see this while I've seen them all now and I'm here to tell you. Sure I guess that's your thing. I like the Guy Listeners of the leads I. think that's the appeal here but left only once an excellent adventure. It's a visual gag that gets tossed off. It's a Freud at a mall holding a corn dog and it's like, okay, fine. You got me I mean it's low hanging fruit, but you got. And in face the music this new film shore on Paper Samara, Weaving Kristen Schaal Holland freaking Taylor they are gunning for me they are coming. But ultimately didn't stick. It's not supposed to. That's not what it's for. It just evaporates on contact with the eyeballs and maybe that's exactly what the world needs. Right now is dumb sweep dumb but I

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St. Edwards University Senior Chase Bartlett

Beyond The Baseline

07:25 min | 2 years ago

St. Edwards University Senior Chase Bartlett

"Everyone John Worth. I'm here this week. Sports illustrated tennis podcast. Hope you're doing well or some approximation. Thereof our guest week is chase arlit. Who is chased? Bartlett Jason Bartlett is a senior at Saint Edwards College in Texas. He reached out to me via twitter and wanted to tell me about his story. Which is essentially that in the wake of covid his school's Athletic Department abruptly has killed its tennis program and they go tell you the details. But they're not pretty and I think this is something that unfortunately gonna come up more often in the next few months that tennis is a non Revenue Sport and with no final four. No March madness and with football. This fall right now in some doubt. These are tough times. College athletic departments. We've talked a lot about tennis on the tours being suspended but this trickles down to the college game as well so today we talked with a college tennis player about some of the woes facing his program and Again I think this unfortunately is going to be an issue. That's GONNA be come sort of being creasing -ly resonant this fall so without further ado chase. Are you a senior where he was senior? Wants you to sort of Orient us where you are and what you've been through and then we can go from there the ask so. I I just graduated last week From San Cruz University in it's a division two school We finish this year ranked six in the country with six all American awards and make like replant nine overall team. Gpa So it's probably the best team ever had in school history For lottery reasons. And unfortunately the school's administration just cut cut six of our teams Men and women's tennis included earlier this month About three and a half weeks ago actually and since then we've been trying to do all these reinstatement plans and we've been having caused zoom calls with with the administration trying to figure out. How can we get these programs back? And how can we find a place for these is that it's athletes? I'm going to cut you off periodically just to The flesh is out on. This is obviously corona driven or. This is separate. There's been some a lot of people are thinking that this is sort of just a cover up from corona but the school is very adamantly saying this is directly related to the crown virus. You know they. They were expanding programs. You know two months before. They cut our programs to added East sports program in a track and field program and looked like there was plans to build a Lacrosse program as well. So it. It's sort of confusing. It's just to be just to be clear your tell me about your school yes a my school is in Austin Texas Like I said it's a division to university. It's got I think before. This had sixteen programs if you're not including tracking sports with which suggest added so now they're down to almost bare minimum to compete in division two. I think and in their conference requirements. So it's a it's a pretty good school it's right across the street from Ut's downtown Austin's a nice place lime scooters. I think yeah absolutely your your senior year and things. Things are last semester of college and then all of a sudden things go sideways in a hurry before we get to the finances. I mean just an emotional level. What's been like for you at? I couldn't imagine anything worse. It was almost like losing her relatives. And that's sounds ridiculous to say but it was. You know these are dreams that we've been working on. You know my teammates innocence before fourth grade when we had our tenth birthday party. That was around the time of college. Athletes really start playing in Brooklyn. Our whole lives in the end. We had shot actually this year winning a national championship. And that's what made it. I think so disappointing for us especially when I got here for years ago when I was a freshman unranked we lost to some pretty bad teams a now for the first time in school history. We've got team that can win a national championship. And and then grownup virus comes in all of a sudden you know. We didn't even know what was going to be our last practice. Our last match in three weeks later they they cut our program so it's pretty devastating for a lot of us. You're a senior. You said you graduated congrats. You still have a year of eligibility I assume if you want it. Yes so all the spring sports got one extra year of eligibility. Which means that you know. I could transfer on plan of the year which I'm planning on doing WanNa get an NBA and maybe play for a division one school A lot of teams aren't so fortunate though even though you know they can transfer Some of the freshman for example we had two freshman that were all Americans. I've known for a long time. Actually and one of them is quitting tennis because he he can't think of going anywhere else in the other one is going somewhere with no scholarship because much the teams have been all booked up because the timing of all that the transfer portal and in all sports right now is Is Is Meek writer. It's just just clogged in everything from the basketball the wrestling you hear this again and again. I mean I think in college tennis's I we're going to hear more stories about this a little bit different division one schools where the TV revenue from the NCAA tournament in the revenue for football. If that doesn't come in that's going to affect the whole athletic department. It sounds like that's a little bit different than the situation at Saint Edwards. Not like. You had a huge football team. That was spitting out millions of dollars in revenue for the heart letting department absolutely. We don't even have team And Are you know the sports that got cut? I mentioned the Sierra. But they're actually the revenue sports You know of the six that were cut. Men's soccer was bringing in around one hundred fifty thousand dollars in revenue per year Cheer was a was a great reverence for that was cut in. They were bringing in around the Santa Soccer and men's tennis was costing a measly fifty two dollars. How can you dollars year expenses? Yes semi the bill. Yeah exactly how? How did you generate revenue? And what were the expenses so about three weeks ago we received a leaked document From a consulting report that was done in two thousand eighteen of Athletic Department in the way they did it. They did what's called the contribution margin analysis so basically you factor in all of the expenses. Right your background scholarships you factor in coaches budget factor-in overall budget And then you factor in you know okay. So I have four scholarships right and I have a twelve man team and all of a sudden. You know we're actually. You might be bringing in money because of the people who are on scholarship. So it's not like the ball where there's a ton of scholarships or something like that. You know our program wasn't fully funded so

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Spencer Murray Jumps Into The Podcast

The Drozcast Podcast Speaking of Motivation and Leadership

09:23 min | 2 years ago

Spencer Murray Jumps Into The Podcast

"All Right Folks. Thank you and welcome back to the draws cast. I'm very excited to be with you again. I hope that you've been continuing to listen to the draws cast. We have some great interviews that we've downloaded over the last couple of weeks and have another great interview Here today with me He is the GM at the Briar Woods Country Club and a city just outside of Buffalo New York called Hamburg and his name is Spencer. Murray and Spencer and I know each other through some work that we've done together through the National Restaurant Association and we've been working on getting Spencer on the show for quite some time so Spencer Murray. Welcome to the Dr Cast. Hey thanks for having me Jeff. It's good to finally make this happened with you. I'm looking forward to to get into it with you yet. It's going to be great A previous podcast. I had a gentleman by the name of Aaron. Primo on and I called him a Whiz Kid. Because he's done quite a bit. In his years that he's been a Professional Anaconda put you into that group Not so much because your age because frankly I don't know how much or how old you are. You don't need to tell me that but I think that you've done a lot for the number of years that you've been making a living for yourself. So that's another reason why I wanted to have yon of the draws cast so So before we get your professional cry like to kind of set it up and find out a little bit of background about the people that are interview so Where did you grow up. What city specific did you grow up in? Sure so starting I'll tell you I'm thirty one so that we can get that out. Okay well then. You can be a whiz kid concerning. Yeah Yeah for me. That's a whiz kid. And I look sick. Buffalo New York in just the suburbs village called Williamsville. Just fifteen minutes outside of the city. You know. My my dad was a military guy. He was in the eighty second airborne and a he was a Jag officer as well too. So a military lawyer And my brother sister or at Fort Bragg North Carolina and then my dad moved up to buffalo to start his own private practice as an attorney so I was born here in Buffalo born and raised here and Most of my career. I spent seven years at a at a breakfast restaurant here. Most people are aware of if you've ever heard of the original Pancake House. Yeah I spent seven years as a kid started when I was first job. I worked at a P. It's a place I was fourteen years old. I made five bucks cash under the table and I they let me run the police that it was just kind of just got it at an extremely young age and learned how to deal with people then started as a dishwasher at original pancake. How listen and then throughout college and somebody's work. I Work Sides Washer. We'd orange juice plus boy creative people as host and just went through all. That was kind of my start hospitality and stuff but I love this area. I'm a diehard bills. Fan Bills Mafia. We're we're out here representing and I've lived away a couple of different places and now back. So you're part now is did you say it was the Buffalo Mafia or the bills Mafia bills? Yeah I had heard that term before. That's pretty interesting So that was going to be a question of mine if you were an a sports fan for the sports that are in the buffalo area but it sounds like it a yeah. I usually if you're from Buffalo. You're you're a big bills and the sabres kind of life around here whether we're good or bad and you say bad but we're good fans and we have a lot of fun so having been to buffalo a few times myself For those of you out there who are listening that have never been to Buffalo Niagara Falls is what would you say about twenty minutes? North of Buffalo. Was that about right? Yeah so Niagara Falls is right there. But Buffalo's got a really cool young vibe to it Especially as you get down into the city. Downtown so If they've had a really good kind of revitalization of the city over the last five six years and it's really taken this kind of artistic beautiful and just driven approach to making the city. Great you know the the food culture here is amazing. The People here are great. It's called the city good neighbors and and I love it. Here this is this is certainly western. New York is is my home and a Lotta. Yeah and it's very different Then you know people when they think of New York they think of New York City. When people think of Michigan they think of Detroit but there's so much more to the states of New York and Michigan than people realize because they just focus on that one area buffalo in western New York people. Are you say you must go to New York City all the time like seven and a half hours away from here? I can make it to Chicago in almost the same amount of time per se and I can be in West Virginian. Yeah exactly so. It's very different but I encourage. I don't work for the Buffalo Chamber of Commerce but and I'm getting no money from them for this interview but I can't tell you that it's a good place to visit if you're looking for places to go The summer or even in the wintertime. Because you you work at a country club but it also acts as a ski resort to my correct about that though so where I live. I live in a town about an hour. South of Buffalo called Eligibility York and it is awesome magical Kurowski town and there's two ski resorts that are so why I snowboard side. Love the winters play. Before this I worked I managed a restaurant in ski jump on so my busy season was winter and now the golf course. That's kind of flipped the script you know so I enjoy winter a little bit more so now but definitely work a little bit harder in the summertime now but no but we're connected I mean like I said I live in his ski town which is awesome. Actually New York has the most ski resorts I think out of any state country number wise. And it's great out here okay. That's great so now you are the GM of the Brier Country Club and we've established that you've worked at the International not the International House pancakes but the original house of pancakes. And that's kind of. Yeah and that's how you got started In your professional life How is it that you went from early management? Even though you shouldn't have been managing that original house of pancakes how did you get from there to the GM of the brier would country club? I can give you a little outline and just kinda how it went so Actually have a history degree. I played Lacrosse in college. I got a scholarship to pull les division to Ross at Franklin Pierce University I was always a history nerd. Grownups and I didn't really know what I wanted to do So my my major. I just decided to take history. I liked it. I played the cross. I thought I'd be the cool history teacher and coach at the school Had that kind of plan out but then I realized that time I kind of liked history. More a hobby rather than something. I wanted to do every day but at that point. I kind of knew I just wanted to do something involving hospitality. Entertainment an Kind of a not a shy guy and I went to small school for comparison. It just know in working in those kind of environments that the original packing house and stuff you just. I just learned how to deal with people but you had to these environments. So that's why I wanted to do so. I graduated. College became a food supervisory Internet. Six flags theme park in Springfield Massachusetts. I were a looney tunes tie and Khaki Pants and a short sleeve blue button down so you have yourself a six flags they mess and those kinds of things and I did that for a summer that I moved back home and I became assistant manager at the ritual. Pancake House at this place. You know the way you come in. It is the busiest Brecca's place all the area and it was one host which was myself still wore Khakis at that time. Couldn't get away from it. I guess And Green Pole and and everybody came in their name on a dry erase for it and that was the wait list for the thing and everybody just stare at you and here. I am this young kid and deal with all these adults different people and everybody's hungry after church. The breakfast in Hama just taught me a great deal of patients and just kind of savviness of just kind of dealing with people of all different ages and expectations

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Nancy Pelosi Just Released Her Own Coronavirus Bill. It Is Much Bigger Than Trump’s.

Orlando's Morning News

01:33 min | 2 years ago

Nancy Pelosi Just Released Her Own Coronavirus Bill. It Is Much Bigger Than Trump’s.

"I was just reading it what is in the speaker's bill Nancy Pelosi's bill here and her the bill that she is proposing for stimulant the economic stimulus has wind and solar tax credits and it has a reduction in airline emissions so so a an economic stimulus is going to force the airlines to reduce their emissions the airlines that are already struggling increase leverage for labor unions in speaker Pelosi's relief bill eliminate U. S. postal service dept what that is in speaker Pelosi's bill same day voter registration is in speaker Pelosi's bill N. thirty five million dollars to the Kennedy center is in speaker Pelosi's bill yeah there's also a lot of money for the national endowment of the arts I think three hundred million for that yeah I I a black could make this a clean bill is that too much to ask for a clean bill something that just helps the economy and is not everything else lumped in with and that's why it when I was talking to Blair Blair Miller earlier and I said Hey you know we were talking about trillions of dollars you don't wanna rush that through because it gets stuck with all kinds of pork and and fraud and waste and abuse and everything else like that I am now you know as we drill down a little further when they try to rush things through without giving it consideration that's when you don't catch things like what's actually in the bill you'll recall it was speaker Pelosi who it infamously once said you have to read the bill to find out what's in it

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What Wealth Looks Like By Age

The Money Guy Show

06:46 min | 2 years ago

What Wealth Looks Like By Age

"We didn't show a number of months ago. We kind of talked about the different levels of wealth because we think just like in most things financial. There's a progression that you work through. We said okay. Well that was good but we can take it even a step deeper. We can look at levels of wealth based on age because the Algorithm. Lets US know? This is a hot topic. People loving this information but there's a huge difference a twenty year old might be jealous of what a forty year old has but a forty year old. No more than a man in the moon can have the opportunity that the twenty year old has so. We gotta go a little deeper. So people aren't getting those different levels of wealth confused based upon where they are in their journey towards financial independence. So this is one of those shows Bo that we're going to have to hit this hard and fast but I do think it's worth coming back and at least doing a review of what those five levels of wealth. That's right actually are. Yeah I love it so if you haven't had a chance to listen to that show we'll kind of go through a quick summary level number one is the stability level this is basically the level. That says I can pay my bills. I'm not worried about where the next dollar's coming from I've got my foundation in place number two strategy. This is now now. There is a purpose behind each one of my dollars every dollar. I have is going where it's supposed to go the way that it's supposed to go there. I know what I'm saving and I'm actually doing it. That's right number three number three security. This is not sweating the small stuff. This is understanding. Okay I've got things in place. I'm in a good spot. I'm okay moving. Forward take that. Lotto factor number four. In fact number four is financial freedom. We consider this doing what you want when you want the way you want to do it. That's financial independence and then number five is abundance and this is the place where money takes on a different role for you. It is not the same thing that it once was earlier in life and this is I mean it really is. I think it's beyond just having enough that you do things win where you won't. It's also you kind of now. Start thinking about your whole relationship with money is completely different and we talked about it now. There's a much deeper dive when we did our first show on the five levels of wealth. But I do think it's worth before. We jump into age category now. Well we'll talk about how important it is to have a discussion on. What is the purpose of money? What is your why. Because if you don't have that and you fly through these five levels of wealth you're gonNA find out and we've done content on this wealth can actually be somewhat empty if you don't have a purpose. Yeah and I think the thing that we send show it just. It makes it sticky. How many times did we see folks who start off like a weight loss goal? Say Oh I want to lose ten pounds. That's very different than someone says. Hey I want to lose weight so that I can play with my kids or something you know the stickiness factor of the. Why is it will allow you to stay through both the good and the bad times and hyper focusing on if you have a generalized concept. I WANNA be rich or I want to make sure I have three million dollars without understanding. What the Y. Is on the three million dollars. It's could be setting yourself up for not only a miserable person but just to find out that the destination didn't reach the adventure of the journey to bring fulfill some emptiness there so and then the last thing is I think before we kind of jump into this. I think it's important to remember to be generous. There's a reason there is It's so funny how things fit into culture and we always hear this saying it's better to give than till receive and so once you when you're a kid and you're getting all your matchbox cars and you're trying to ask for gaming consoles and things like that is insanity but as you get older you start sleeping in. There is really something to this being generous park. So make sure you understand the five levels of wealth but also the raw the why. So that you actually turn this into fulfillment not just happiness. Oh the way we're going to lay this out today. And we want to walk through at each age twenties thirties forties and so on. What do those five levels look like? What does stability look like? What does security look like? What a strategy look like. Because you'll be surprised that they kind of changed their time and they kind of morph as you move along your financial journey so jump right into. I WanNa talk about the twenties. I is because this is these structural engineering phase. This is where you're pouring concrete. And we know the fact that concrete is so powerful that it holds up skyscrapers and all kinds of things but there is a curing period. Where it's you know you pour the liquid in and then you've got to wait before it actually has the strength so this is the stage where discipline deferred gratification will start paying rewards but you have to start those behaviors to be successful in the long term so in order to think about sort of baseline just starting out the very first thing we have to talk about is level one of wealth is stability and if you remember stability is staying above the above waters having your basics cover making sure you can pay your bills so there are a few ways that we think that manifest when you're in your twenties here sort of the first one that sort of high level top line it's not living paycheck to paycheck anymore. When you first start working you're like oh man. I needed to get to the end of the month or I needed to get to Friday once you start moving into the level of wealth. Reassume stability and your financial circumstance. You're no longer that person who has to count on pay to get here to know that you're going to be able to pay your bills. Yeah and I think it's important that you're probably not going to have level one immediately concord for all of our twenty twenty one twenty two twenty three year olds who just graduated college. You realize when we're talking about the five levels of wealth your primary thing in your twenties is probably to conquer level one which is stability try. We'll talk about number two. Which is the strategy next? But it is one. The things know that this is your goal. You have to get through. Pass living paycheck to paycheck to have the success. And that probably lean means. You're going to have tools like budgeting. We hate budgeting. It's not fun. Nobody likes to do it but it is one of those prerequisites that you have to check the box on it so that you can eventually graduate to a cash management plan. You know what I think is a wonderful budgeting is actually a lot easier now than it has been historically there are worksheets spreadsheets APP softwares websites. It's not hard if you're not budgeting and not tracking where your dollars are going more likely than not is just because the laziness put the practice in so that you have the muscle memory for good habits and good behaviors will set you up on all. The other successes. That are coming your way. The second sign of stability is that you don't have any credit card debt. Now we just think in terms of if you're thinking about pouring concrete you've got to get all the air out of there so that doesn't create bubbles. You do not have credit card debt. If you're at the stability face you have recognized that that is just not the way that you want to build your financial foundation your financial

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An Interview with William Sadler of "The Shawshank Redemption"

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

09:45 min | 2 years ago

An Interview with William Sadler of "The Shawshank Redemption"

"Next guest is played death an expert in Taichi. And if you're fortunate you may be able to have a sheriff you suck on the rooftop with them. Please welcome the incredibly talented legendary. Legendary William Sadler Bill. Thanks so much for being on the show today. You're very welcome. It's great to be here and I was looking at your twitter account. One of the funny anything that one of the quotes you have is it says that guy you know from that movie I have to save. Somebody doesn't know you or your work. They can't they can't consider themselves themselves a real movie Fan. That way I feel about it no I think I'm I guess I'm pretty well known in the you know within the business or among among die hard movie fans by now but I do but I I still fly under the radar somewhat. You know I can go to grocery stores him. Walk down the street in Chicago places. All the time and hear people say you look so familiar. Are you a Did I go to school with you. You know so part of that has to do with the fact that I you know. I guess they would categorize me as a character actor played in because I create characters when I work and sometimes they they you know they look different. One from another certainly certainly diverse. Going through your filmography. You've done it all and that's that's that's certainly a complement to your abilities. And I have to say you strike me as as a great sense of humor which is always refreshing. But the one thing my research bill when I was going through all this that really kind of popped off the pages. Is that really love. What you do and people are like well obviously well? It's not always. It's not always obvious because I interview people that I interview. Have you people that are actors or whatever they do athletes or whatever and sometimes it's like yeah and then I'm done I'm Yvonne. I feel like you just you love what you do and it's just when you research somebody like that. It's just it's just it's a complement to your. I don't know the right word is it's nice to you see. I guess we'll thank you. Yeah it's true I do Of always loved acting. I mean I think there was I guests. There was a period of time when When I was just starting out when I took it I took myself pretty seriously? I was you know I fretted over things and and make myself miserable. And if I didn't get the part I would get furious at myself. Well for the casting people or you know and eventually I guess the better angels is one out. I began to relax but I've always enjoyed. I've always loved the acting part of the business. The business end of it can be frustrating eating in boring and right but the but once once. You're once you're on the set or once you're on the stage and you begin the process assistive creating and interacting and the scene starts to crackle and lift off the page and become. You know you can feel it. Everyone everyone in the room can feel it when it's when it starts to it starts to take on a life and and it's just joyous it's really you know that's really that's exciting and it's still exciting. No and the funny thing is I find now as a you know. been doing this so long. That happens more and more and more. I I think I'm a better actor than I was when I used to worry about it. Quite so much right any kind of let things fall where they do and I have to say you've been for people that when they hear this and you've been so good for so long but one of the things you don't get credit for maybe. I'm just looking too hard at the screen. I feel like you. You've been in phenomenal shape for a long time. I feel like I'm like he's in fantastic shape. We're GONNA die hard. Is that like is that just kind of a result purposely do or. I'm not letting quite good shape. Now Greg gravity a cruel mistress no-one diehard to well that's a that's a great perception too because I was casting die hard to when I first got Los Angeles than I had already done about. Eleven years of theatre including Broadway a year and a half on Broadway so I had done an awful lot of acting already I mean professionally but I hadn't. I think I heard the third movie that I did. And there was no nude scene in it when I took when I took the role It just said a man doing Tai Chi Hotel Room and I actually didn't find out about the nude scene until the costume fitting Renny Harlin. The director was there and we tried on. Hold Different costumes for different. You know is uniforms and this and that and we finished up and I said what's he what's see wearing in the hotel room scene and Renny Harlin will actually bill. I was hoping that you would be new. And I thought and that was the first I heard of it and I thought about it for a minute. It wasn't in terrible shape but I wasn't. You know I wasn't in shape to you. Your bare ass is going to hang out in the biggest summer blockbuster action movie of the Year of the year. No this is the sequel to die hard everyone on the planet's going to watch this and so I said give me give me a trainer and get me into a gym mm-hmm and push that scene off to the end of the filming and I'll do it for you. That's awesome and they. That's what they did. So AH I. I lived in the gym. When I wasn't filming I was in the gym with a trainer? And you know. And that was the result I was pleased. I was in the best shape ever but that was a long time ago. Of course it was a lot of bills ago. Yeah that's true but I get that but over the course of your career and get gravity. Believe me I get gravity and put like I feel like you've always kind of had maybe something thing I'm looking at but I feel like yeah. You definitely have kept us. You know even if we could go green mile other movies you've been in great shape that's a testament to yourself and you mentioned your Broadway working. I'm going to get to that in a moment. I just think this is where your work ethic and your love for acting just screams. I mean wasn't eleven twelve years there's off Broadway Bill. Yeah that's we regional theatre Trinity Square Repertory Company in the world the Longworth Theater off Broadway and on and finally on Broadway with boxy Blues and Actually it's a it's shaped my it's shaped my career in an interesting way because When you work in the theater you you can't be late for work and can't you can't not know your lines You know they're all the other actors are counting on you. Big carrying your your ended things and if and if the audience if anything's going to happen in that theater it'll be because you and your fellow performers made it happen right in front of their eyes eight times a week. You know you pick this use from the curtain. Goes up for those two hours or whatever avert is there's no one could yell cut You can't go back and do it over you either you either. Well hit it or you don't hit it and I'd say it's the only advice I ever give. Young actors is do some Cedar get get as much theater under your belt as as you can because because once you get to the world of television in movies There isn't time to rehearse there's you're not gonNA get a month of rehearsal. And the editors are going to takeover and the directors cinematographers and. You're GonNa do you know the process gets cut up into little tiny pieces You'RE NOT GONNA get a chance to flex those muscles The way you do in the in the theater and I think it's just I think it's very important for the work work ethic for you know. Show up ready to work. Show you know can you. Can you pull it out of your budget three in the morning after. You've been waiting thirteen hours right. Well you can

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Need is it is it bill withers yes okay bill withers yeah and I do not know the speaker you know I know the speaker okay well bill withers is worth one point Krista can you still Sir Pailin and I'm lean in is her book and that was Cheryl sand Burke all right this measure begins with the nineteen seventy six keynote address by a U. S. house representative from Texas more is required of public officials than slogans and handshakes and press releases more is required is Paul Elizabeth excited about half of this clue did you know yeah danced the thinking how could be Bradley Cooper yes indeed for the first half I have no clue Christie can you identify the person giving the speech in the first half of what we're looking for here sure Ross Perot the good guess that was actually Barbara Jordan I knew I was in and Richard sense all in all right this is your last clue Mr Gorbachev tear down this wall Elizabeth.

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on X96

X96

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on X96

"On smaller networks this is a big T. and T. Warner brothers funded deal they were not all wheel mag Dusty Rhodes Jim Ross commentator awesome Kong lata in one of my favorites from way back in the day Chris Jericho yeah J. yeah as for his landed now is kind of a nomad so there is there so you and others of your ilk are excited about this oh sorry to offend your sensibilities bill but yes. you know what time will you have. the left on Wednesday night Wednesday night dynamite as they call it rascal and also the premiere on fox of the new dramma from story Brittany snow your father is a famed fertility doctor played by Timothy Hutton it seems like over the years he's been is putting his own product I'm there and so she had certainly has a very but just siblings Sperry extended family yeah I want to I want to know first of all how famous can affect fertility doctor gap well courting here he's he's an author uses world world renowned fertility doctor okay and those yeah okay can have a lot of instant siblings all right. and also documentary series form of Selena Gomez of all people on Netflix's following undocumented families of the venture into America interesting yeah mostly it's Selena Gomez's name on is going to get people to watch it and and also in the the onslaught of shows last week forgot to mention it's always sunny in Philadelphia season fourteen started last week fourteen but he South Park season twenty three yes started last week played a little bit I think of not yet not yet not yet. I played it for you all. I was it off the air. your private screening you never know if your honor of knowing exactly Friday on the on the streamers on the stream of things big mouth season three Netflix Goliath season three Billy Bob throat was mac com yeah I know every time as they can they're not going to another season of that they do you know it's just sort of formulaic but he's so good that David E. Kelley yeah he's a he's a he's a lawyer is that was struck hard Scrabble lawyers fight against the man and alcohol in out and alcohol. also season two part two of light as a feather on who lives for the kids they know what that is I know what that is the blacklist season seven really yes. I've still got season six and my DVR hurry up. the James Spader yes and I watch just for James Spader I don't care what I tried to watch that show and I couldn't live music well he's good I just waiting for Spader soliloquies about there was a hat shop that I. the server being men and their children out of them yeah you know it just. people people do write them for and you know. you know reciting them like they write things for your wrestlers yeah no that'll real bill that's sports. thirty my life Phoebe Waller bridge. and Taylor swift. so what if you were gonna be watching this yeah and just remember I told you lately back two years ago. and I'm from there great I wanna hold with. everybody's coming up you heard about the show if we back a look I told about two years ago it Sir I don't I don't know why people I don't know why you guys have a watch that it's it's one of the best years of it it's one of the best thing you'll ever see on TV it's also pretty short actually yeah a lot of other eight I think they're sixteen total. sort of person that that she's like the opposite of me and that frightens me. well she is very smart. Sunday Batwoman finally here yes the the rose yeah there may be a problem there rob. she had an accident or the yes right now and that on her spine. and they were operating they haven't finished production on the on the first season what sort of accidents like I'm looking for the details I'll have them hopefully by geek news but that's not good general but I was looking for I'm looking forward to it still yeah the followed by the fifth season premiere of Supergirl. the season four season four and final season of Mister robot yes finally here and season ten of the walking dead. Agence begin that's right because last night was the finale of fear you're lucky to have this ten seasons of the walking dead at one twenty one it is that you have started calling fear the walking dead barely the walk. what what kind of the what's what's his name still trying to do the work yeah yeah yeah well you may or may not be doing that going forward yeah not not to spoil anything but. but the the walking dead this season you want you'll kind of want to watch to see how they write out my shown yeah because the actresses decided she wants to leave Shelton would is Carol the only original left Daryl Carol and Daryl as well Karen there that would be it right I think so thank you might be right. yeah they are the original flavor. getting rid of Norman Reedus I stopped at a stop what will because he can't do anything she knows it's because of his motorcycle show yeah that's what I mean I I stopped working when they started left when he dog died no one car wouldn't Karl when they let Carl out of the house. so season two yeah. yeah.

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UK lawmakers vote to seize control of the Brexit agenda

Q

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

UK lawmakers vote to seize control of the Brexit agenda

"A defeat for British prime minister Boris Johnson today will bill yes lawmakers in parliament voted to seize control of the brexit agenda and block him from taking the UK out of the European Union without a formal agreement because Franklin furnace more humiliating night for Boris Johnson the prime minister he lost this by twenty seven votes some people voted against the war in his own Conservative Party. tomorrow parliament will move to block him from leaving the European Union with no deal and he is now pushing for election as soon as the middle of October NPR's Frank Lankford reporting

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

12:43 min | 3 years ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on KTOK

"In the report. Absolutely chris. I'm not a political person. I'm not a political operative. I respect the house leadership. And the fact that they may be considering, you know, a lot of polls and, and political strategy in the way, they're figuring out what to do next. That's not my business. My business is investigations evidence finding information and exposing that information when when the American public has a right to know it. I think we are clearly there with the results of the special counsel team. There are so many witnesses who could provide important essential testimony to congress, that can only be done in the scope of an impeachment inquiry. I think that action should be taken immediately and I think people should finally here for themselves. Exactly what those witnesses have to say, whether or not that results in articles of impeachment. And trial in the Senate, and all those sorts of things is beside the point. Oh, okay. Andy mccabe. Sure. Let's, let's have a fifth investigation. Meanwhile those criminal referral against him. And a very interesting thing, just so happen to be time the day that Robert Muller, had his nine and a half minute little press conference that five hours later, he said in a letter from the special counsel's office along with the attorney general Bill bar. Yeah. Never mind, everything I just said earlier in the day that got the media, so hyped up historical. And crazy is not true that we couldn't come to a conclusion because of DOJ policy and constitutional issues around, whether you can or cannot indicted, sitting president, when I said, over and over again, that was not a consideration even though I well backtrack on my own press conference, reading somebody else's handwritten notes poorly, because I had no idea what was in it. That's what it seemed like to me. Now, Andrew McCabe, there was that day that Muller gave his testimony, very interesting. There was a recommendation for indictment. A foreign leaky high ranking official now John Solomon has a brand new investigative piece out and headline is feds gone wild DOJ, stunning inability to prosecute its own bad actors was caught. Red-handed engaged nepotism, and other lawyer. No less admitted to shoplifting at marine barracks store. A third leaked sealed court information to the news media fourth engaged in fraud by turning a government garage into a personal repair shop for many people apparently four cases all solved in the past month suspects, who cost taxpayers hundreds of thousands of dollars and significant breaches of public trust clearly some of these are crimes, but these aren't your everyday purpose. Traitor's all were department of Justice employee's who are supposed to catch other criminals, working for the FBI the DA, the US attorney's offices, instead, they broke the law and all manage to escape prosecution despite their proven transgressions reason state. The Justice department disciplinary files telling undeniable story and under the leadership of the inspector General, Michael Horowitz, DOJ's internal watchdog is doing an outstanding job of policing bad conduct inside America's premiere law enforcement agency, and the DOJ's doing a poor job of punishing its own and that brings us to the case of which, I am talking about about leaking high level individual recommending a criminal charge. And that was denied something that probably wouldn't happen to any of you or your last name was, let's say, Paul Manafort or. General Flynn, or let's say, Michael cone, or Roger stone, anyway, eight hundred nine four one Sean toll-free? Telephone number our to John Salomon executive vice president president for the hill, investigator reporter Greg Jarrett author, the number one bestseller, the Russia hoax, Fox News, legal analyst, John, this was your column. We'll start with you. Greg is very familiar with the recommendation and that one particular case and why do I suspect it could be somebody as high ranking as McCabe who, of course now wants impeachment, but of is not biased against Trump at all? well listen it's been fifteen months of the inspector general i referred andrew mccabe for possible investigation for lying in leaking he did both things lied about leaking and nothing has happened in fifteen months to put that in perspective in just a few short months and five months there were three separate people in the muller's weisman investigation that were indicted for lying to prosecutors so why does it take a short time to indict everyday americans and it takes a long time to punish anyone at the time or maybe an impossible task yeah it may not happen that's the question that is raising this article were about to enter the most important internal affairs investigation in recent justice department history bill bars investigation of everything involving spy gate russia and the question that will be there if if it finds wrongdoing will people really get punished and if you look at the last month of internal affairs Estimations by the G, you find great investigations found FBI agent. Shoplifting DA of sending hundreds of thousands of dollars to their family illegally theft of money. Essentially, you've got all sorts of wrongdoing documented confirmed admitted to the none of the people are fired one is to allow to retire the others continued to be employed by the department and Nana prosecuted, even though the they were referred for prosecution. It raises the question candidacies department actually investigate and disciplined self. Why did I suspect that that criminal referral coming from the inspector general's office on the day that Muller spoke, which was kind of buried the story? Gregg Jarrett, is there any chance he was talking about Andrew McCabe? Well, it could be should be because Andrew McCabe he's the guy who proves the Peter principle, the management series that people in a hierarchy tend to rise to the level of their own incompetent. And in McCain's case it's not just incompetence and ignorance of the law. It's malevolence. This is a man who just a few months ago was still saying he thinks the president United States is rushing agent. Chris, he was trying to peddle his book, which is, is not to read and trying to profit by his own wrongdoing. I mean, that's, that's what it's come to people like McCabe and James Comey engaged in rampant corrupt acts and they're trying to profit by it at the same time they continue to appear on television shows on MSNBC and CNN and elsewhere. And. Defame and smear the president of the United States, who engaged in no collusion. You know, the FBI and the department of Justice, it was colluding with a foreign national being funded by Hillary Clinton feeding noodle to the media to frame, Donald Trump or something he didn't do. So this is unequal prosecution is so enforcement of the law, and it needs to change when it comes to corrupt actors within our own lawn. Forcement agencies. Do we know in any way, will we ever be able to find out John who was recommended by Horowitz to be indicted for leaking? And they decided not to we do a deputy assistant director. So we know they have the title of deputy assistant director. So you go through the hierarchy top the FBI drag second is deputy director that McCabe than there are series of assistant directors. And then each of those assistant directors have their own top deputies. So this person was a deputy director clearly senior person they clearly. We work in the during the Komi McCabe. Erica's leaks in question. Are during that time frame of two thousand sixteen when the peach stroke and investigations of Hillary Clinton and Russia collusion, we're going on? And we know one of the most serious offenses, that was confirmed by the I was this deputy assistant director of the FBI leak information that was under seal by federal court meeting. They violated in Marin contemptible law by leaking something that a court had sealed so that we know their identity. We don't know there's about twenty five to thirty deputy directors, and we don't know which one but we know the rank, and we know the offenses that were confirmed. Do we know where McCabe at this point? We don't it's incredibly murky there was a very clear referral. He was clearly terminated. There's been plenty of documentation since that time to emerge substantiate it McCabe wrongdoing, but there's no evidence of a grand jury indictment or any of those sort of activities that would suggest that this moment, he's moving towards some sort of criminal liability. So I think that's the question that would just said, is there a dual system of Justice when people look at these cases, that's the first question that comes to mind? I don't think there's any doubt about it, but things seem to be changing and trading changing now rather dramatically, we've got a delay on the inspector general's report. Greg jarrett. But we're being told apparently for good reason as the investigation into the FIS abuses. I am told is going to be very, very, brutally honest and tough, and I do believe there will be a lot of people implicated in terms of having broken laws but it even runs deeper than that. And now we. I have a moment where John durum is now going to go and interview Christopher Steele. And we learn last week that the CIA top officials that could have been very well responsible for the phony dossier that they knew was phony and not verified and never corroborated a spread to the media to impact the two thousand sixteen election. I think we're just realizing that the inspector general and the new department of Justice under William bar with the aid of John Durham, are, are just touching the tip of the iceberg, and that there is such evidence of corruption below the surface that it's going to take a long while to swint through in dig through and sort, it all out, and hold people accountable. And, and so, yeah, it doesn't surprise me at the I g report is not going to be coming out right now. And perhaps it's held in abeyance pending. The interview of Christopher Steele, who is you and I've talked about on air is a critical person. I mean, this is the guy who could say, I warned the FBI and the department of Justice that this was uncorroborated information, and that they needed to go out in it themselves, doesn't explain why he was peddling it to the media, and claiming that it was verified, if he warned everybody and there's evidence of that, then that makes the corrupt acts by James Comey, and Andrew McCabe and all the others who signed off on the Faisal warrant appear criminal. Well, and I think that's where we're headed. And I think this is going to be so comprehensive that I don't think anybody really has a full idea yet and it's not going to be a dud like Tamala report, which is was a dud. And I don't think. Expectations are set high if the rule of laws followed. I think everything we have enough evidence now on our own that we know that all of these things happened. Quick break more with Gregg Jarrett, author of the number one bestseller. The Russia hoax, John Solomon, executive vice president and investigative reporter with the hill hated you know there's a black market, if you travel, you have frequent flyer miles. I know that sounds nuts, but at least a dozen online markets listing these markets created by criminals that steel frequent flyer, my miles than sell them, it's often difficult to detect the crime since many people don't check their accounts that often,.

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Alabama passes near-total abortion ban

Barsky Radio

03:21 min | 3 years ago

Alabama passes near-total abortion ban

"I so here's the story. That's people seem seem to be talking about today. And it's the the abortion Bill that Alabama state Senate has approved this near-total abortion ban that provides no concessions were victims of rape or incest. That's what gets very dicey with this abortion issue. And this is the most polarizing is there any issue that's in this country. That's more polarizing than this one. Can you think of anything of the last? You know, fifty years it's been more polarizing than the abortion debate. There's no gray area on this. Well, you know, when you had the religious, you know, dynamic right to any debate. Right. And so anyway in this controversial Bill known as the human life Protection Act was approved late yesterday in a twenty five to six vote. It had now heads to the office of the governor Kay Ivey who signature is needed for it to become law, which that happens. Guess what happens with this Bill is going to be challenged in all the courts, there's going to be a legal fight like nobody's business from now until the end of time. Yeah. It'll probably end up in the supreme court. And I so what is this is this just Alabama's way of making a statement because really not going to be able to hold this is considered to be constitutional because of Roe versus Wade. Right. Well, right now, and the mayor the governor still has to sign it most you'd be out of her mind sign up thing now after all this hoopla that's going to happen. It's going to be signed. Really? Yes. Of course. Okay. Anyway, this is one of those issues that really is, you know. There's no walking out of a room with agreement on anything. And it really is. It's very emotional issue a the life of an unborn child. So, but it's just not Alabama excuse me. There are other states that are jumping Georgia was the first one to get involved in this. I believe I don't know. Was that Bill pastor any the so-called heartbeat? Bill. Yeah. Six weeks. So that's already done. So, but I think what they're trying to do is they're trying to create some sort of a grass roots statewide, you know, discussion and then action that the states will take in order to try to overturn Roe versus Wade. And they're hoping that it gets the supreme court. And then it's challenged again. That's where they're going to go. So that's the latest with Alabama. And of course, comes with the Alabama, Georgia the boycotts. We know that there are a number of people in Hollywood were boycotting the they're not gonna film some of their televisions shows, they're not gonna do movies in the state of Georgia. Listen Milano headlining that that movement. Right. Georgia thing. Right. Right. Right. So she decided she's not going to have sex in Georgia now. Six. But she's calling for a sex boycott of everybody in Georgia. So I guess if you wanna have sex you just go over the line. Yeah. Go to the bordering, comfortable larva. We have a lot of sex here. I'm pretty sure there's like a motel just outside the state line. Just call it these sex motel they know sex motel. No tell

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Alabama, Bill And Senate discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:05 min | 3 years ago

Alabama, Bill And Senate discussed on Here & Now

"Vote on a strict abortion. Ben, maybe one of the strictest in the country was the first item on the agenda for lawmakers in Alabama state Senate today and immediately became fiery. Now they've delayed that vote at least until next week. Several other states are also limiting abortion rights this week. Georgia became the fourth state to pass a so-called heartbeat. Bill banning an abortion six weeks into a pregnancy. Or when a heartbeat can be heard by doctor it also grants embryos at six weeks and fetuses person hood, Alabama's abortion ban would criminalize doctors who perform the procedure. Andrea Jaeger reporter and hosted WB HMO in Birmingham is on this story. And Andrew we spoke to you last week when state reps past their Bill to Ben pretty much all abortions, with the exception of a serious health risk to the mother. This was senators today what happened and how different is their Bill. Well, there was a small difference in. That's what created that chaos. In the Senate. When this Bill was passed that of a cynic committee yesterday, the senators there added an exception for rape and incest. The original Bill had no exception for rape, and incest, but they added that in and so when this Bill was brought up in the Senate this morning, some Republicans moved to mmediately table that amendment the chair approve that and chaos ensue with with with Democrats objecting to that. And so we had discussions around net procedural issue and coming out of that you had Senate president proteomic Republican state Senator Dole Marsh, he offered this this particular amendment that was just stripped wasn't amendment that I've always wanted on a Bill in any Bill I've ever supported and what I'm going to ask for, and maybe this would be the time is that everybody's go home this weekend. They need to listen to the constituents about this Bill with them without the amendment. We just took off and we need to come back Tuesday. Have extended debate and make that final decision. And that's what I'm going to ask at this point that we care this over to the call of the chair until you deal with this on next Tuesday. That's exactly what they did. He get pretty chaotic before. That though is that a surprise as you've said, this is seems to be if there are Democrats, of course, who wanted the exception for rape, and incest cases. But is it a surprise that you have Republicans as we just heard who also wanted that what we knew going into it that this was a point of contention even within the Republican caucus not all of them were keen with having to build. It didn't have exception. We didn't know is how exactly that was going to be dealt with how it was going to play out. And as we saw this morning at means delay a little little more time to work that out. Well, and talk about you know, because we are seeing this move in many states to bring up these bills, and in most of the states, and people are lawmakers are saying we are hoping that this goes to the courts, we want this to go all the way to the supreme court with two very conservative recent appointees is that the sense in Alabama. And how does it compare to the so-called heartbeat bills? Yeah. That's the supporters of the Bill. Here in Alabama are very explicit that they intend this Bill as a court challenge, they expect it to be challenged and make its way to the federal court system. They hope to the supreme court where the nineteen seventy three Roe v. Wade decision might be reconsidered on paper. It is certainly a stronger Bill than say the heartbeat bills. We've seen in other states because it does we send original form does criminalize abortion in all cases, except for the health of the mother. Opponents would argue though that the heartbeat bills. Functionally are abortion banned because for many women, they don't know at six weeks that they're pregnant, but but regardless of that court challenges most likely are ahead, and that's what proponents of this legislation. Went to see and how are pro choice advocates opponents reacting to the spill don't they're gearing up for the fight as well groups such as Planned Parenthood and the American Civil Liberties union of Alabama promised a lawsuit here in Alabama. If. Does pass.

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"By the way that the that the Bayer advanced. That's our sponsor is not is not the aspirin. I think we realize. Yeah. Good fertilizer. Yeah. Hey, our good friend. Bob Babbitt this here in Bob Babbitt. Of course, is the is the founder of the competitor. Also on our set every single day challenged athletes foundation poster number glad to have raised a ton of money for these guys and Bob is literally our favorite guests because we don't have to do anything. About how you doing? Actually, speaking of guys like that. You're inter you're international spokesperson Bill Walton. Yes. I've interviewed him. I hundreds of times you ask the question yet. I only I've interviewed one hundred times less than fifty questions. That's it. I read it at the LA Paloma for the launch of his book. Qaeda with him. He's an hour and a half three questions. Yeah. Saw you name wonderful guy. He's been times. But he's a guy that could be on stage. And there's four thousand people in the crowd, and he can name them all all of them. And then tell them the backstory. Yes, I mean, the guys saying, hey, great to have you on he dated. My sister didn't really did. And he looks at school. Yeah. When he broke his leg come over on crutches to the house, and I would get up on the coffee table and then up on his crutches. That's how tall. Take your hair. This was when he was in high school. Kid, great God's sake. No, no chat air shy because he had a stutter back then. Yeah, I'm real shy because he was seven foot then I think close tutors anyway, great guy. Six foot twenty back. Bob before we start. Let's talk about the real quick challenged athletes foundation our seasons kicking off a raise. I just found out from the mayor of San Diego in the pharmacy place that I'm now again on the sinkhole teammate and San Diego, you're writing I didn't realize I was riding, but I'm joie. So talk about we talk about the organization. I realize our guest today doesn't is not directly affect now though. He's going to be after he's probably gonna do the ride this year, hopefully, come down for best weekend and try and so what's going on. With got lots of stuff. We got last week. We sent out three thousand two hundred sixty grants our largest money, by that point eight million dollars to sign the checks, actually, you know, what we set it up. Now. Everything's wired. That's great works out really about one hundred and three sports is the most sports we've ever funded. I didn't know there was one hundred seventy countries all fifty states plus Puerto Rico. Biggest worldwide. Yeah. It is Dawson. Know if you want to contribute or you want to learn more, go to challenged athletes dot org, and you can find out he'd never talked with this talk about battlefield that goes, a really cool thing you are one of the probably the you're the founder of endurance sports media, or at least putting the spotlight on. And you have the longest running talk show regarding nine hundred ninety the jackpot hearing the Johnny Carson. You're the Jack Palance. I like that. Wow. Yeah. You're the Joey bed. Right. Joey remeasuring is dead. Is that problem the pilgrimage interviewed have interviewed? Is there? Anybody else even your space? I have no idea. I don't think time people listen to you up field dot com. They can actually go to our YouTube channel and our Facebook live channel got actually will be at Boston marathon next weekend, you'll like this. So you go to Bossou Belleville. Already. Thanks. Yeah. There you go all my sponsors. They all the different interviews. So yeah, we've done gosh. We figured out that we've done. How many thousands of shows now on interviews? It's been doing. I started the radio show really reached out to what was then. The mighty mighty six ninety second nineteen ninety just started competitor eighty seven in the whole idea was originally competitor radio. I wanted to have our athletes your traffic lights and runners people listening to Magic Johnson, Wayne Gretzky on the mighty six ninety. If they heard interviews with Dave, Scott and Mark Allen the Frazier. They think our athletes are important to the whole idea is we're growing industry and growing our score. And that led the competitor radio, which now is battlefield you've been on the air longer than I have. Honestly, no you have because I got on the air in nineteen ninety-five. Although rusty has been on the wrestling with big the half, the academy. I'd like to tell you the league, and he's eighty support our.

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Senate votes against moving forward with Green New Deal

Tom Sullivan

00:22 sec | 3 years ago

Senate votes against moving forward with Green New Deal

"Radio. The so-called green new deal is going nowhere in the Senate a procedural vote on the controversial climate change plan failed a procedural vote in the Senate, even though it's not even a Bill. Yeah. The Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell wanted to get democratic votes on the record about the controversial proposal. But most Dem's just voted present Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer called the

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

06:36 min | 3 years ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

Sports? with Katie Nolan

03:35 min | 3 years ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on Sports? with Katie Nolan

"Is that do you agree? That's your call alternately these. But I would have gone Jerry Maguire why I just feel like, Jerry. Maguire is the better is the better film. Have you seen Bill Durham? Yeah. I love to and both are great. But just I don't know if somebody named boulder it's a town of boulder boulder is a classic. So make sense. I already wrote down in heads Durham if ever ever another kid, I'm gonna name it bowl brave. And I think you shouldn't do that our next Matha? So bolder moves on and I'm sorry. But I'm not it's my podcasts our podcast, but show me the Durham Kate next match-up number four mighty Mighty Ducks versus number thirteen miracle Stephen doing putting the two hockey. Oh, oh, I don't like that. I don't either. But it's ducks. I also matchup. Whoa. Guys, come on. It's loved the movie mirror. Sure. And especially because it was based on a true. So right. So you wouldn't miss out on if you if you didn't have it you would still have that real story. You could watch a documentary about it. I could have right. But I didn't you watched when this with miracle came out that was kind of how I learned about it. That's a shame. I know I didn't grow up in a sports watching household, right? That's true. Much of a TV to watch anything except birds the birds and like paint drying grass growing, right? It was where the things charged. So when I saw this movie of Russia story is incredible. Great. It was great. Yeah. It was really cool. That's how I felt about. What was the movie about the about the hostage crisis? The Ben Affleck directed. Oh, what's it called? It's a Jesus Argo. We smart. Was like, well, this is crazy. Like do. You know that this is this happened. Right. So you don't have to react like that. That's how some people felt about Titanic. So so sorry it Mighty Ducks. Sorry miracle. Great thing that happened. The movie itself wasn't as good as the thing that happened. All right. Well, you gave in so much quicker than I thought you were going to. Well, I. Yeah. I did. I think it just liked it so much because it hit me at a time. When I was just starting to get into hockey was like really obsessed with hockey. Right. Was it was just incredible timing. Yeah. For ninety thank you to the movie for that. Right. But in terms of the broader scale Mighty Ducks, right? Of course. Okay. Next up. We have. Number five major league versus number twelve dodgeball. Wow. Wow. Two very very different movies. But both funny in their own way. Yes. Why did you pause? Because I kind of I don't wanna like get ahead of myself. But there's some of the movies in this list that I might classify as a comedy like more. So than a sports movie. What does that matter it doesn't necessarily accept? It's like if you're using it to like really get down to the nitty gritty like picking between two like you did with like Jerry Maguire's technically agents for sure like Dodgeville, I think is more of a sports movie than your. I think what you're talking about happy. Yeah. But I wouldn't classify like major league a comedy major league is a sports movie..

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

11:43 min | 3 years ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh that's eight eight eight nine eight eight Josh now, let's get back in. The huddle with a financial quarterback. And we're back. This is Josh Dolinsky the financial quarterback with Darren of mills elderlaWcom talking about Medicaid, protection, raw the interplay of all these things trusts, and he's mentioning six guiding principles. Goes through those principles real quick. And then pick up where we left off principle number one Bill Gates. Yeah. We'll never wanted to pick your billionaire, but he's still it's theoretically possible Bill Gates to get Medicaid number two. Again is. Eighteen should've adorable power Tarini healthcare. Our fraternity living will cetera because anyone who unfortunately could become incapacitated any time. And if you don't have those in place, then your only options to get a guardianship search thing is it's never too late one of the south. She's folks at is within the sixty month look back from Medicaid. There's nothing they can do that is not true. And then we were most recently talking about my fourth item, which is seventy percent something is greater than zero percent of nothing. The reason being is states like New Jersey. Consider your IRA just would include an annuity even a non-qualified nudity. That's funded with after tax dollars that grows tax deferred is you know, the state's going to consider that asset. Available for Medicaid, and would require you to basically spend it down before you got Medicaid. So on that issue. You may want to take money out of your IRA pay the tax now to put it into a trust one of these Medicare friendly trust that you're gonna talk about later. So that could be yes, the negative is taxes, but the positive might be if you're worried about a Medicaid spending on this is where a state planning is really about what your priorities are. Right. Exactly. Would you rather leave something to your errors or nothing now realize we don't know what's going to happen to us? Right. You could have a long drawn out on this take all your assets, you could dive a heart attack. And theoretically, it was foolish thing fee to pay the tax, but we don't know the future. So it's really a a question of the proper planning and the proper this. Why I think you need to merge and estate planning attorneys expertise like yours Darren with the financial planners. Because you have to weigh will what is your priority is it to leave something to your kids? Or is it to not? But you know, you'd rather not pay the taxes upfront. You know? So there's different things going on there. And you could also and this was a good talk. We had with a client. You could also do a little bit of both some assets designed for Medicaid production and get some assets designed for tax efficiency and enjoyment. So you don't need to go all in and put everything into a trust. So a comment on that? And then let's move I guess the point number five and six and then we'll talk about trust and things like that. Yeah. Sure. Absolutely. I mean, one of the things I always recommend the folks is, you know, not to over fund the trust, you know, I'll do an analysis and I'll come up with a conservative calculation based on certain sanctions as to. You know, what our recommendation would be as to how much goes it's trust. If the client wants to be more aggressive shift to them. But you know, you need something to live on you need, you know, emergency slash fund money. And you know, if you don't have long term care, you know, you truly need some kind of money to get year period of time before Medicaid would kick in. So, you know. Yeah. Just not a. Client size. They wanted to more. That's great and flesh that out. Let's say let's say a couples listening today, and they the million dollars. So they've done. Well, they've saved up a million dollars. Plus, they have a paid off house or something like that. Right. So if they put everything into a Medicaid friendly trust, what is the negative the positive that would be as long as it's done within five years. I mean and five years past Medicaid can take that the negative would be what they have to go to their kid, whoever their trustee is for money every time. Yeah. Yeah. So you know, what is? Yeah. Exactly. So you know, and which can create issues with Medicaid the trust is dipping into the trust to. You know, paid for things are mom or dad's behalf, you know? So if you do a Medicaid trust, you can't. I can't dole it out to mom and dad if they need it for whatever paying their landscaper paying their snowmobile. So it doesn't classify what we call hems language, health education, maintenance support. Yeah. And, you know, typically the beneficiary of the trust is going to be the children and not even mom and dad, so yeah. That would definitely start treating problems, Medicaid and all. Regular irrevokable. Trust is distinct or a dynasty. Trust is distinct from these Medicaid trusts in that if you over trust, and your trustee can go up money for your benefit it, then becomes ineligible. I guess for Medicaid because then that's counted sort of as your assets. So the trust we trust we draft. And this is, you know, shoes far as any other Trustor seem prepared by another practitioner, who's an elder law. Attorney is strictly going to prove it'd be access to the principal by you know, the grant which Scranton would typically be mom or dad, you know, an absence that language in their Medicaid would basically say, well, it's available asset in the trust of doing anything, and you know, you're eligible, so if you're gonna put money in it, you really to be a house that you have in. Your family. They wanna keep in your family. It could be. But can you live in the house or no, sure? Absolutely. Okay. So that's about the only thing that you can receive sort of benefited is a residents, but now. You can't put money into it that then you get twenty five hundred a month. It's not one of those types of trusts. Well, so good question. You know, so sometimes are referred to as income only trust or whatever. It's possible for the grand tour to get income from the trust as long as you're not getting expert, pardon me access to the principal. But you know, so that could leave Ray in the sense. So if you have a portfolio. In the portfolio. Let's say is five hundred thousand and there's a three percent dividend fifteen grand near you could have the dividends being paid out to you that'll count against you for Medicaid. I'm assuming correct but the ball. But the bulk gets to go to your heirs. So that's one way to do it too. Okay. It's interesting. Yeah. Yeah. It is. I mean, we don't recommend we recommend cutting the grandeur off from the income as well in having income actually go to the children. Why is that? Because two reasons one if let's say the trust was set up seven years ago. Now, mom or dad files for for Medicaid. If they're still getting income from the trust medicate has the right to see the trust. That's one thing. Second thing is at least in New Jersey, and there's been some issues and some other jurisdictions as well. If you've got access, you know, they would say, well, you're out shares, you know, that assets in valuable assets of availability. So, you know, the re- prefer the ultra conservative route, which is, you know, no access to be income either. Okay. So. We're we're talking about the six guiding principle. So what's the next guiding principle? One is Bill Gates to is the living will durable poverty. Ernie's three. What was three four was seventy percent of something's been was never too late. It's never too late. Even if you're eighty or eighty five to do this type of planning and what's five or even in a or never to even if you're in a nursing home or assisted living wind? Right. So number five. I've recently started to talk to folks about is, you know, in this goes back to sorta sorta never too late swabs to see. What's in the Bill Gates is that frankly at the end of the day, Medicaid, planning is all about match. Okay. And you know, the reason I say that. Is one you know, it has to do with what somebody's of all network is what their income streams are. We're not seeing constraints. I'm not talking about passive income, which is interesting dividends. But things like social security your pension income. And then, you know, whether or not they have cared shirts when you put all that kind of stuff. Into the analysis. You can compute based on certain assumptions, you know, you make a computation of how much in assets they can give away what their potential penalty would be drinking. Explain waiter look at potential penalty would be for Medicaid. And then how you cover that help keep period. Before Medicaid would actually kick in and start to take their care. So. I. So many people, you know, they just get hung up on over. Well, by you know, what you can and can't do. And what does this mean was that mean, and then so I just try and keep it simple for people look at dates who's down to math. And you know, of course, there's certain assumptions that link to it. But you know, end of the day. It's it's math and figuring out what you can gift and what you keep. And and you know, how you might have to deal with any penalty Kurds. Okay..

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

08:43 min | 3 years ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on KOMO

"Hundred seven three six three six six six. We're talking about raising taxes on the wealthy should we? And if so how much and how in what form Laura in Bloomington, Illinois, you are on first light good morning. Good morning. Much about politics. I'll admit that. I am poverty level income Obama phone which really goes back to the Bush and Reagan started. I pack is going up all the time everywhere. I go cigarettes alcohol sales taxes. Them out sales taxes. Exactly and being poverty level. Keep up my little bad habits. I think instead of coming down on the rich people. We should just start imposing heavy taxes on the caviar and champagne, they're all sucking up at each political convention. I see. You're talking about syntax. And you think maybe. You're on the. The things that you like our tax more than than the other things that the rich people think. Not necessarily go after their their profit corporations keep working after. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well, there's a lot of support for sin taxes, although one person sin is another person's pleasure. So it's probably, unfortunately expression, you know, kind cool him down on some of their centers. All right. Thanks so much. Appreciate the call eleven minutes before the hour now on first light. Let's talk to Dave in concord, New Hampshire. Good morning. Dave. Good morning. How are you? I'm feeling pretty frisky. Now, it's a short week this week, and it's already Friday. So I'm feeling pretty good. Yeah. Yeah. Good feel. Socialism in in. Progressives seemed to just play on your your personal equity that you would have in in your in create a sense of entitlement taxes and entitlement seem to go hand in hand. And it's interesting that other caller just talked about is. You know? We shouldn't. I I don't think we need to be creating a situation where we're taxing the rich so-called. So that we can just create a situation where the government is giving the money doing it back to what we believe are the so called low income, your your personal equity that you have is derived from within it's a Christian fundamental basis. Work for what you want and you can achieve to be a Bill gate. Yeah. It was interesting that his his wife use that expression to for the much is expected from those who have been given much and I'm thinking, well, what was he given much or did he create something by by by being a brilliant person that everybody wanted so where he was he given that or did he create something that, you know, put millions of people to work, and and has had something that everybody wants in their home. I mean, he wasn't given that was he. No, he wasn't giving it, but it's not all brilliant that creates money. It's it's your internal equity that you have. It's your fortitude. It's your ability to go out and just work and work hard and not worry about what your neighbor has an expected that because they have because they have something they should give it to me. Right. It's it's an attitude of what do I have to be able to give to my neighbor. Yeah. Well, you know, it'd be nice. If we all thought that way, that's one good way to do it. Thanks so much for the call. Dave. I appreciate it. Ten minutes before the hour. Audrey is calling from Renton Washington. Good morning, Audrey good morning. I just want to have a little bit to you. Another cut the previous caller. We're talking about. I live in Renton. So I'm a little bit familiar with family and Bill Gates went to a private school lakeside school, and he he wasn't given a lot. But that is a place where a lot of wealthy children go to school. So he had that much. Get going for. But I I believe that what we need to do is has more. Tax on capital, gains, state taxes and things like that. But also. Like carrying Illinois. Melinda gates on that interview. Because before Bill Gates dad passed away. He tried to get Washington state to change our taxes. So that we don't have an income tax. Oh, that's great. Yeah. It's very regressive though for people like me, I'm low income. So the the majority of my money, a greater percentage of my money is paying for sale channels. Yeah. Sales taxes are very regressive. That's for sure it's certainly is. Because the rich people there's only like that first lady said caviar and all that there's only so much caviar or automobiles or yachts that some a rich person can own. They're never gonna pay as much sales tax as a percentage is the lower income people like me. So I was all for but akin Washington, we didn't pass that in just a straight out income tax. So we still have this burdensome sales, tax and know. It's really hard. I just I I can't really understand. Why people didn't go for what? Bill Gates seniors was trying to get us to do. It's just a shame. But yeah, I definitely think there should be more taxes on the wealthy was their public support for his position. No, no, there never is people think. Well, if they start doing that if they start taxing us. They'll just I don't know they just thought it was something that would go out of control. It's I I can never understand how people vote. Yeah. It's hurting them. You know, the people that I just don't think they understand a word a lot of the times. It's fear of the unknown. You think well, you know, even if I'm barely scraping by at least, I'm scraping by and this new thing. I don't know. Maybe we'll try that next time. So I'll stick with what I know. So that's kind of a human the human way we do things as anyway, thanks so much for the call. Appreciate hearing from you in Renton, Washington. Thanks so much. Let's let's talk to Laurie and Niagara Falls, New York and morning. Good morning. How are you? Today are feeling good at considering. It's seven minutes before this very early morning. Our? Yeah. Keep out of my eyes. Here's my thought. I think that the IRS should be abolished everybody pay a flat ten percent. Tax on their income and will be good in new world. Everybody treated the same. That we have laws lousy fair survival of the fittest and whoever wants to work hard to make a living and make that extra dollar. Let them go and do it. So you like the the flat tax. We haven't heard much about that in the most recent presidential campaigns. I remember it was Steve Forbes is was he made that a fairly high profile issue back. I forgot when he ran eight ninety two maybe in the last couple of campaigns. We haven't heard much about it. So maybe it sounds like something that might come more from the Republicans and the Democrats. So we'll see if if there's probably wouldn't come up this time because it'll be the President Trump, of course. But we'll see maybe maybe in six years it might come up anyway, thanks so much for the call. Appreciate it. Laurie. Stephen Gardner, Massachusetts are as some people. Call a tax -chusetts. I've lived in Massachusetts and seeing that unusually high to me when I lived there, but you do have that unfortunate nickname. Absolutely. And you'll white tax the rich people more they already pay for something like eighty percent of the budget. Anyway. So how much are you going to tax them more? Yeah. Well, the thing that's interesting. Is this new thing on taxing not their income, but but their wealth, if you have this much money know as your asset. So we're going to take a percentage of that that seems radically different to me. And we'll see if that's any traction does that mean, I I'd never heard of that before. Well, it's or communist than anything because each year, you text the wealth of an individual put in ten years. They don't have anything. Yeah. You keep on taxing them tax. So right now, I say a flat tax.

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All eyes on the Samsung Galaxy Fold (The 3:59, Ep. 523)

The 3:59

04:37 min | 3 years ago

All eyes on the Samsung Galaxy Fold (The 3:59, Ep. 523)

"Three fifty nine. I'm Ben FOX Ruben. I'm Alford ING for the tenth anniversary of the galaxy s phone Samsung revealed in array of new gear at its unpack vent Wednesday. The big attention grabber was of course, the galaxy fold a foldable phone Samsung's been teasing for years. It's got a four point six inch display in the front that then folds out to a seven point three inch display. Holy smokes. It's also just under two thousand dollars. Alfred who do you think is actually going to buy this thing? I don't think anyone's really going to buy it. I don't I it looks really cool. But you know, somebody he writes I wanted to get it. If CBS was willing to pay for it. But it turns out that they are not going to get it for free. Yes. If somebody just gave it to me. Sure. I'll I'll take it and use it. But for two thousand dollars for something that's really not been proven yet. I don't know. I don't think that's really by this phone. They're going to be a bunch of leg early adopters. And is that just went to like show off at a party and Bill. Yeah, check this out that is not the majority of people like select handful, and you know, I don't think Samsung really has that kind of flex power that apple does. I think when the iphone ten came out like your phone to notch is got thousand dollar phone. I don't think Samsung has that same power for some reason. I don't know why was like oh while ago two thousand dollar phone four like definitely cooler features definitely more useful than like a notch. But you know, that level of flexing and luxury like early adoption. Kind of thing. I don't think that Samsung has that kind of power. It's a very good point that you mentioned apple has been pushing the that whole luxury brand stuff. Yeah. A very long time. They even brought in Burberry's former CEO to run its retail rations they for their retail shops. I remember I covered one. I think in the upper east side that was like a former Bank that was like, you know, tried to really make things look very luxurious. And they're like, hey, give us all your money. You're going to be one of the rich kids thing about how quickly like air pods became a giant flex, right? Like that was something only. Rich people have air pods, which I will admit on this podcast. We made fun of allied. What like galaxy buds like cost about the same price as airports? I guarantee you. They will not have that same reputation of being Affleck's in the same way that I don't think the fold will be like a flex device. I have a hard time agreeing with you on the fold just because it's that much more expensive, and it's so much more noticeable as a thing the non. Yeah, it's noticeable. But it's not as noticeable as you take out your phone, and then folding it out and being like, yo check this out. This is amazing. I also appreciate you using the word flex allot, which I totally get 'cause I'm a young person though, there's that we don't have that much time on the show come on. All right. Taxed Samsung revealed four new galaxy S ten phones yesterday, the ten the ten plus the cheaper s ten e and the ten five G, which is a brand I five G phone. Let me run through some of the specs ultrasonic in screen fingerprint sensor. There's a whole punch instead of a notch on the side, which I guess is cool. I don't know what you think about that. I appreciate hope hunch thing it's a much better design than having that notch. Just because it feels much less intrusive. Yes. Big fan of the aquasonic fingerprint reader. I'm glad that you can have the full screen now on fortunately for the ten eversion defender print readers on the power button. Really? Yeah. It's not in the screen. I I guess because it's like two hundred dollars. Exactly, also, they keep the headphone Jack. I throw that. Yes. Very important reason why I am looking for ten now as opposed to like a pixel three or anything like that. Also, they talked up their cameras a lot it looks like they're, you know, trying to catch up with the iphone ten. Our tennis also the pixel threes camera. They finally started talking about a lot of the software features that they're building into. But also would are they got like three cameras on the back yet to four. I think the plus has four I believe awhile. So the three cameras on the back, though, one is like ultra-wide one is like a macro like zooming and one's like a normal camera. Also, there's like some Instagram feature now with yes, yes. So they talked a lot about the camera which to me feels like this is what they do oppressive. And now they're like yo check out this camera. It's incredible. Let's flex I use that. Right. Yeah. Again, we don't have any time left on the okay fine. Whatever if you want to read more about these stories, check them out on scene. Adam Ben, FOX Rueben, I'm outfitting. Thanks for listening.

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"He so far this year. Fons an one thousand nine hundred Lori Morgan issued a denial concerning an article that the tabloid star magazine. Published about a wild ride in the back seat of a limousine this individual, Ouch. Well, I won't go into a former wild ride in the back seat. Former US president and governor. Barack obama. No, no, no, wait, a minute lorrimore and country music star Bill Clinton. Yes. Bill clinton. That was all about that. Athletics has passed away. The first lady of jazz died at the age of eighty six seven decade career. Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Cab, Calloway, miles Davis. John Coltrane Whitmarsh you talk about again, the first lady of jazz voice, incredible voice. She's the play in Baltimore a lot. Tell her several times incredible credible performance that is a tragic loss. Sports camps beat the kings last night three to two Ovechkin with two power play goals. Forty two for the year. He's now had ten forty goal seasons. Only one other NHL are has accomplished that feat. Can you name him Gretzky, Wayne Gretzky and a veteran pretty good company? And how about this transfer from Maryland Virginia Tech quarterback? Josh Jackson right now. They're pencilling him in as the immediate starter. Well as a tech fan I have seen. Josh Jackson play. He's got all the tools. He's big. He's got an arm..

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"bill o. yeah" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"bill o. yeah" Discussed on WTVN

"A supremacist. It's hard to be supremacist when you're living in your parents basement. And they're the only white supremacists that are around. Now a few years back. There were lots of white supremacists. The name for them was Democrats. They were people like Robert C Byrd who was the big grand of the queue Klux Klan ranked right? He he liked to get sheet on and go out of a night. And at his funeral a couple of years back Bill Clinton. Bill Clinton was the only all everybody else just tapped danced around it. And Bill Clinton. Yeah. He was like the big legal in the queue Klux Klan. He did what he had to do. What's the big deal about it? That's what that's the white supremacists. The only white supremacists in living memory who who who who was supremacist enough to be supreme what Democrats. So that's that's nothing to do with Republicans. So he us he's talking about these this phrase, and he's saying that they've now added western civilization to this list. And he wants to know when did western civilization economic crime. Because in case you haven't noticed everybody loves migration. Everybody loves the mass migration. Everybody loves open borders. But it's only one way all the traffic is from the places that were not wh- loosely be called part of the west into the west. And suddenly he doesn't do it. Well, it's on a great interview. Mcgibbon it and he's not a good faith interview. But the reaction of the Republican party. And this is why they're the most stupid party in history a stupid party that's ever existed. I think it was Liz Cheney's actually a smart pass. I met the met Louis Cheney Wildwood when her dad when he was vice president, and she was I think assistant chief of staff or something. So she was in the room about a time seem very pleasant. She's now a Representative from Wyoming, and so she called vicious no in our party. And then the next thing, you know, he loses all his committee is from. I didn't know no probation party. Really, do you think it's such a smart move to tell politicians? It's unsafe to utter the words western civilization. Now. Listen Republican party. You're losing you losing because you've got all the donors, and you got the chamber of commerce, and you got I'll row funding his numbers, you're losing. Because you lost the culture, you're losing. Because you lost the culture. There's nobody the fifty shares your view of the world. Do you think it's a great idea to make western civilization the phrase western civilization? Controversial. Do you think that do you think agreeing to fight on do you think conservative Inc? All ways always always agreeing to fight on the left's Tom's, oh, this isn't the hill to die. You know? This isn't a hill to die on that isn't the hill to die on transgender bathrooms. I let it go. The hill to dry. Okay. So western civilization isn't the hill to dial. You know, when you give that one up there on any hells left, you eighty s there are no hills left. There are no hills left this guy. Steve king was trapped trapped the words he said about why when did westerns when did that become controversial he meant the phrase western civilization. He's not a white supremacists. He's not a white nationalist as long as all stupid talk. So you've just surrendered the phrase western civilization. I didn't get that. I don't see what's in it for conservatism in surrendering that phrase in accepting the leftist view that the Tom western civilization is beyond the pale. Can you please stop surrendering? That's all I ask. Because I just assumed it quickly and just the same thing. Yeah. Okay. I surrender. I'm going to become a Muslim transgender. Okay. I'm gonna start transitioning into a Muslim woman and wear a head covering, and let's give the whole thing up, and we'll have open borders, and we'll have no borders. But can we at least get in the express check in line for the collapse of civilization? The Republican party is the most witless stupid polity on the planet in the way. It goes along with obvious scams. Like it just did with Steve king Mark Stein from Russia. We'll take your calls straight ahead. You're listening to the EIB network. Six ten WTVN. I'm Pat Woodard. And this is Stephanie investor.

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