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"bill ryan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:45 min | 10 months ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on KOMO

"All news station northwest news radio Northwest news time 8 O 5 art Sanders and here's what's happening tough talk from Seattle mayor Bruce harrell today as he launched an aggressive public safety plan focusing on violent crime and the problems coming from homeless encampments John O'Brien was there Bruce Harold pulled no punches Overall violent crime increased by 20% reaching the highest level we've seen in 24 years Shootings and shots fired jumped by 40% over 2020 and all time high We will not tolerate crimes as signal a city is out of control or looking the other way We will not tolerate crimes that create intense fear The newly elected mayor quickly focused on crime hotspots in the first 21 days he says there were 37 arrests most felonies in little Saigon stolen property and drug seized police chief Adrian Diaz I've been doing community walks meeting with business owners and residents I hear people's concern and what everyone is dealing with But Harold is looking like a no nonsense mayor When I see crime when I see people still living in the house I have a sense of urgency And maybe more importantly political will John libertini northwest news radio Another teen who escaped from a King County juvenile detention facilities now charged the 15 year old is charged with 6 different crimes including escape kidnapping robbery and theft of a motor vehicle He and four other teenagers were accused of breaking out of the echo Glen children's center locking two guards in cells and stealing a car to escape for the teens have been arrested so far Police are still looking for the 5th Case two toss out Washington's capital gains tax is not before Douglas county judge state argues that it's in excise tax on sales of assets like the tax on real estate sales Joseph bishop henchman of the national taxpayers association told the court that state lawmakers played a semantics game with attacks which is measured by the income from the asset sale You need more than magic words to turn attacks that acts like an income tax and talks like an income tax into something that's not an income tax Washington capital gains is an income tax to the extent Washington's constitution and binding precedents preclude an income tax They preclude this capital gains tax Judge says he'll review the arguments and issue a written ruling in the next few weeks Do marijuana products that emerged after the federal government legalized hemp would be regulated in Washington under a new bill Ryan Harris explained a whole slew of these products which contained delta 8 delta 9 and delta ten THC were derived from hemp after legalization four years ago These products can get you high and they can be found for sale everywhere from Amazon to your corner gas station to anyone who wants to buy them including your kids State liquor and cannabis board director.

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"bill ryan" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:16 min | 10 months ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on KOMO

"Of your neighborhood bodega and away from your kids Those stories are more after ABC checks the world He didn't mince words president Trump is wrong I had no right to overturn the election The presidency belongs to the American people in the American people alone Former vice president Pence telling the federalist society that the former presidents claim that he could have certified the 2020 refused to certify the 2020 Electoral College vote is wrong Supreme Court is weighing Alabama's request to freeze a court order that it draw a new congressional line and create a second district with a significant number of black voters The U.S. is reported more COVID deaths than any other country Johns Hopkins University which tracks its statistics worldwide says Lee's topped 900,000 today and there's no reprieve in the number of people who need lifesaving care All I just want to say is please just be nice Please be nice None of us are doing okay Nurse Kelly Hale at mercy hospital in Oklahoma City Daria albinger ABC News Stay connected stay informed with the northwest's only all news station northwest news radio 6 31 we continue with our top stories now I'm Rick founds Iceland with a Lisa jaffee and here's what's happening New Seattle mayor Bruce harrell laid out a broad public safety plan today violent crime is at the 24 year high but as John lo bertini reports the skyrocketing use of guns makes for a more difficult fight The streets have become a more dangerous place Violent crime increase by 20% in much of that violence is gun related Seattle police chief Adrian Diaz We recovered over 3200 shell casings and 612 shots fired That's almost two shots fired a day Shootings and shots fire jumped by 40% in 2021 to an old time high Who's pulling the trigger Mayor Bruce harrell has questions but the answers may be more troubling Chief Diaz homeless related shootings and shots fired increased by a 122% There are gun control options but the mayor says they're complicated I don't know how many lives have to be lost before we realize we are one of the few states allowing the state to govern the laws we need The short answer is probably too many John libertini northwest news radio Well the question on whether to toss out Washington's capital gains tax is now before a Douglas county judge The state argues it's an exorcist excise tax on sales of assets such as the tax on real estate sales Joseph bishop henchmen of the national taxpayers association though told the court that state lawmakers play the semantics game with attacks which is measured by the income from the asset sale We need more than magic words to turn attacks that acts like an income tax and talks like an income tax into something that's not an income tax Washington capital gains is an income tax to the extent Washington's constitution and binding precedents precluded income tax They preclude this capital gains tax The judge says he'll review the arguments and issue a written ruling in the next few weeks New marijuana products that emerged after the federal government legalized hemp would be regulated in Washington under a new bill Ryan Harris explains A whole slew of these products which contain delta 8 delta 9 and delta ten THC were derived from hemp after legalization four years ago These products can.

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"bill ryan" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

SPORTS GOOFS

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS

"It might not have as much wear and tear coming into it so something. I just take on west state so allah has just two point guard sue. Beating west coast seaman. We we beat dallas ready right. Yeah but that's false. Let's just say right now out satan last care so so far the only west teams that we faced this far. Dallas and memphis memphis is a weird of. Yeah yeah yeah memphis is in really depends on like how far they can go with job john yet jump so they also traded a whole lot of guys. You know it's like it because they don't have a balance eunice anymore they have adamson in there i i just got to see how kinda produces and it's one of those things where we talk about system in Basketball a lot. And you know. I just see i feel like there's another sugars. I don't know enough about jaren jackson to see what was the about giving that accent. I think a lot of mba teams kind of freaked out about rookie contract extensions. Because why they're gonna freak out when the new tv deals come in. That's why they rather get those guys out now kale. They don't wanna be the meat leak. Bridges situation where there the pale. These guys at this can be new. Money's coming in is there isn't that covert money coming in But i i don't like our reserve really taste so far so you know i mean. Both teams are similar. Both foreign three. So that's a who the heat of beaten so we haven't about what we have beaten brooklyn what don't give me the whole. There's kyri kyri last year yet. Exactly or should i focus on. How opening night cons- milwaukee. Just say what. What's up with veteran. I hurt i. I mean yeah. Are i mean championship. Lull to like also be thing so they'll be fine they'll get not basing whatsoever foreign floor. They'll get it together. And there's i can't take serious or things that's why i don't worry about on central. We'll see how the bull stand up to them this year. That'll that'll be a nice change to see. How was that bowl same as most like us. Well that's that's why it's it's a. It's kind of intriguing seeing the bulls. I mean i. I actually if they if they keep playing like this. Oh that that's an eastern conference final. I love boston. Sucking because brad stevens kinda played the bill ryan role where i want to consolidate his. And i'm gonna get my do I figured it'd be perfect..

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"bill ryan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You might want to make sure your your your dvr recording right now. Yeah it's one of those moments that happens on a monday after a big well. Let me rephrase that. A narrow two point win by the crimson tide. Legend is up next week. I'm picking teams but said gary swamp alive allow paul I thought i had to leave for. I don't have i expect. This is two games l. Row that i wanna stifle. Florida didn't have more time at the end of the day. It really is paul. And what really gets me all is. You're dead right paul. i went to and one. Oh said on my pets. Only loss was fourteen in house. yeah i subscribe. Subscribe to your service. So i i thought that was your top pick so i put all their. I moved all the cards to the table on that one file star. Paul i only get out five star three or four times in a season a five star the bronze i mean take golden totally. Screwed up paul. The people in alabama were cursing. Pete golden about five o'clock on saturday afternoon. I know i was in a lot of alabama. Megan excuse this fall. But i don't make excuses when it comes to sports and my team sucks they saw. I'm oriole fan for life. You know what i'm saying. Golden careful his his daddy's gonna call again and get after you remember. His father called to care. Greek around and super granddaddy calls term does not belong to as a tornado at the university of alabama. Paul i mean we're talking university of alabama. Twenty let me make sure. The i don't need i know we don't speak. English in audience does not need a translator. But we have a lot of people that pop in and out just to kinda get the temperature. I want people to understand. We have arguably the biggest alabama fan in the country legend calling in this program at this moment in time in his calling. You're calling for his head right. I'm calling for you all at his house right now. Fiction notice i've been telling the hell up somebody gave me jammie pruitt on the telephone right breaking now. We number thirteen goodbye. That's what i'm saying ball. That's offering and say right now to mason on the paul finebaum show. I'll tell them unto it when i tell it like it. Is you gotta love starters on defense. That mel kiper. Not the login male again typer past project kitchen mock draft as nfl. Traffics and do 'em re jones sit in the pocket book all frigging day. What the hell is wrong with this man. I mean it. These tackle the motive sets. Everybody knows them. Jones under pressure does not a very good quarterback but except frigging golden. Paul team in the nation not have the best coordinators and then they said well. Why do you say nick. Sabin continues to stand by his man. He says last year and is currently number one in the country. I mean he must be married to somebody coasts. I love kotze even our rat leading to the gates. But we're gonna lose chips as the key kid. I miss my and the cannot coach ball. He cannot frigging coats and one leads to go to bill ryan house and take him winning paul. You don't like bill. O'brien hell no where become an offense snapping the ball with three seconds on the play clock. I'll tell you when we when bill o'brien showed up in town paul case we have swallowed dial every frigging game. We were snapping. The ball eighty flyer towns. The game just seems to go and now we georgia does all. Suddenly we're west. Thanks thanks shopping looking to the sidelines. Three or four more times when to hell that office t if not that. We don't have the best team. And then they sent our assistant coaches at the very top sook. And that's the really out alabama football right. Now we've had a change coaches so many times that we finally got to a place. Where coach just. Oh and that's the real truth of the matter. Bill ryan trying to send to Watch the clock staff at one second. Oh what the hell peak goad. Install one because damn showing golden paul. And that's just the truth of the friggin matter but I mean we want. I'm happy about that. You know what i'm saying. We don't get one second you. I just wanted to make sure i'm hearing you correctly. Okay you're legend bell bama fan for life and you have just call alive for the defensive coordinator to be fired and the offensive coordinator. These be right behind him. And my hearing you correctly. Yes when peak go in kansas city limits of tuscaloosa. And how it's rattler all o'brien craft and also to. That's what i'm saying paul. Now who lettuce legend we need. The you gotta gotta final thought. I don't want to get your way. I've got tasting show fees for a day. I'm all into florida mason. Congratulations you Less than out. Oh my goodness helped me with. Just randy bama won the game right to didn't cover which may be the root of all this anxiety and hanks but they're still number one in the country and you got legend calling for a complete overhaul other than say let's get. Let's take a break. We need a break. We'll get your reaction to all of that in just a moment. Listening to paul finebaum. Show podcast this rex. Ryan and bart scott. We'd both bennett. Espn for a bit now..

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"bill ryan" Discussed on KSR

KSR

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on KSR

"At usc that stoops would consider the penn state job and they both said almost immediately. I don't think there's any way he'd leave for that. They both said he loves it here. He's like he's like he loves lexington. I cannot see him. They said i cannot see him leaving unless it was four. He basically said florida state or ohio. State might even start to pull out of that if they don't get a little better. He's got a personal connection to florida. State that they and i was surprised. How definitive they worry. And it drew. Because i would think he has to at least consider penn state but they were just like and it's also interesting because to them now. Max is from australia obviously but miles young to them. I don't think that young people. Even look at penn state. Like you. And i do like you and i look at it as man when i was kid. Penn state was one of the. You know whatever now i think. They're not seen by young people. I mean they're they're good this year but i don't think it has the same sort of panache. Maybe it did. When you and i were growing up i gotta think stoops has to be very careful taking any job because he's built so much goodwill here. Everything's going his way outside of indoor practice. He's gotten everything he's wanted. And that will probably come soon as it becomes a bigger talking point. I mean he really hasn't made all those guys made in their case for calling a top ten job. I mean you win. Games people are happy. He's not getting fired anytime soon. To go to penn state or florida state or really anywhere. You're you're taking a big risk because you're new to them and they could throw you wayne heartbeat. If it's going well they could. Can i tell you. Funny story shannon. Yeah so there's these kids down a for kids. But their young younger folks down in in eastern kentucky. They have a podcast the thirteenth region media network. Of course. that's the region that i grew up in like southeast kentucky in the thirteenth region media network has a podcast. And they've been asking me for a long time to go on the podcasts and i've said i will but i just couldn't find the right time etc so so i agreed to do and when i agree to do it we're gonna do it next week. The guy says to me. We are so excited. This the biggest gas we've ever had. I was like hey man glad to do it your thirteenth region people. They just released the graphic advertising next week. Show you all can't see this. But this is the graphic and it says next week's thirteenth region media network north laurel coach. Chris larkin corbin. Seth mills play canis. Adam collins and ks ours. Matt jones i got. I got four billing ryan just next week show. I'm behind chris. Larquie seth meals. And adam collins seth meals and adam collins play and i'm like the magician. They bring out at the end of the tonight. Show right before you are. You were others receiving. So i wonder if the thirteenth three jamir network tells everyone..

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"bill ryan" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

07:04 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"Before he had moments where he played. Well i'm gonna be curious to see what happens when they bring odell into the offense which i was supposed to be last week. And wasn't you know good chances this week but obviously will see You know what what happens. Then because part of being quarterback as you know is you have people who want the ball all the time. And i think odell is one of those people had as baker kind of adapting function knowing odell wants the ball all the time At the least that will be just kind of an interesting part of it I to me i think. He's a franchise quarterback You know and maybe because they run the ball a lot people sort of are waiting for him. But i don't know. I feel like we've seen enough where we say you know. I don't know if he's patrick mahomes. Or if he's matt ryan right. But i do think we have enough to know that. He's a franchise quarterback all right. I got the texans in my. I got everybody in mind. We we overreact. And maybe under react to some overreact to some in the first week or so the season wendy you after all these years of covering the sport. When do you know or wendy. You kind of say okay. I know the identity of this football team like the texans if they were to go in and win. Do you have a better idea or will we still be a little bit over overreacting after two weeks when wendy you know and say okay. This is the time. I know who this team is right. Now i think for the texans who everyone in the world thought was going to be horrendous and go seventeen you know. They may not be a great great team. But let's just assume they win this week then at the very least everyone would be like okay. They're not terrible. Maybe necessarily had some idea of what he's doing. Which you know is obvious but people. It was a rough season. I'm sure texans fans were out of their mind but he got this job for a reason. He's been very good in his career for a reason and maybe he knows what he's doing. So i think for the texans. It's a little different for teams where we kinda like weren't sure like the hours on the car. That's a good example. Big blowout win a lot of good feeling. They also started really hot last year. Then really tell after down the stretch. So i'm not sure we all will be like. Are the cardinals have made it until we get a lot cheaper. Because we've seen some of this last year than team eventually ends up saving. You don't want that to happen what. Nfl coach. i don't care if it's a head coach that gets in trouble or people you know they kind of start to lean towards urban meyer. If it doesn't work my alma mater. Usc or assistant coach. Who will be nfl. Hot names for that job. I don't think anyone Honestly because you know if you hire a coach in the nfl you're waiting till february. This job that's open today. You know no college team is gonna wait for anyone until february. It's just the way. The recruiting cycle is the early signing day. it's just it's it's never gonna happen. I mean so like especially if you have. You know an assistant coach. Whose team is in the playoffs. And you really really waiting. Long time. I just to me. I don't think it's realistic And i'm sure there'll be some headlines about it but doesn't seem realistic to me. It's a it's a plum job. They should hire a great coach. They should hire the best up and coming college coach. They could I think that's probably where it's going to say if you were. Us would you consider bill. O'brien if this continues to roll for alabama. Absolutely i would say i would consider him regardless of what happens in alabama. I mean i think to me that's that would be easy Easy call. I think bill ryan is a great coach was a good coach in the nfl until he got heavily. Involved in personnel. And then it really started to kind of fall apart. But i still don't think that has anything to do this coaching. He was very good at penn state. I think he will recruit very well I i mean to me that'd be that'd be an easy great higher for usa. Let's hope so brother. I'm tired of going. I mean i love clay hilton as a human being that it was time. Let's i mean there's no way time. Yeah it was. It was and i think the coal thing you know trying to give a guy a full season a chance with fans and he was under contract. I know the buyout and all that. But he's got plenty of money real quick before. I let you go if they go to and fifteen and you start to see this trend. Sc comes in and says we'll pay you seven years and we'll give you seventy million bucks. We'll go jimbo. Fisher type contract on you would urban meyer go. I would be. I you know i would never say never about anything right. I would be extremely surprise. i would be just. I would be very very very very like i. Don't see why would i mean. Honestly he probably could have got it like let's say urban meyer last year when. Us's kind of making the decision do they keep going out and do they. Not you know. Don't you think they sort of reached out to herb at some point. We'll i came in. Would you be interested like he could have had if he'd a pie his agent. What to call it. Said i want that job and i think he'd had it i. I'm with you. I don't think he's gonna. I don't think he also wants to admit failure right away in the nfl. I think he thinks he can turn it around. I don't think there's a chance in hell. Urban meyer czar coach now if he was still working at fox different story. But he's not and so. Yeah maybe that's exactly right. Maybe i think he's where he's going to be in. This may be his last head coaching job. But then again we've heard that movie before seen it. Should i say heard that before. But you're right somebody with energy we'll see you that is it's a good higher by and they got money in great stuff. Brother will look forward to it next week. Appreciate you joining us as always my man. 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"bill ryan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

The Projection Booth Podcast

10:10 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast

"What's going on like in all these situations because she comes in and there's the boys with the rabbit or donkey ears and the movie will stop and have a close up of her and she will say line. And i'm like okay. That's supposed to be a punchline but like each time it's just mistranslated enough where i'm just like okay. I can see what you're going for but that line in english didn't land in czechoslovakia and i'm sure it's hilarious. There's got to be a lot of satisfaction for the contemporary audience. Watching the film when it came out that is poking fun at the generational gaps. That were becoming huge. That point right. It's like the just post sixties generation that the younger more kind of world aware teenagers and twentysomethings and then the generation that we're still defined by the second world war who were coming at things from a much more formal foundational point of view. I think that probably would have been hilarious to the contemporary audience watching it and for us. We just have to make a slight extra bit of work to understand what the punch line is in those moments when an old lady sees kids acting wild it took me a while to to realize that one of the teachers lives right next door. There's that whole thing with the balcony. Which kind of leads to a little some somewhat. Three's company type of interactions at times. And is she living with the guy who's obsessed with that bust of napoleon. Yeah yup. I think so. Yeah now that the joke with the headless in the in the best is flat out one of my favorite things about this firm. Every time i watch it. I laugh because this is so ridiculous. Such should ridiculous corny joke but for some reason in this film it works. It just really works. We'll around with this source. Statues head on and the doctor comes out and he's always okay. I see cows when i'm overtired. Everyone in this film. It's reading nuts. We've gone this long without mentioning the town but it's not a traditional town. Even though there is fantasy fairy tale. Remiss and i it got as to your point about the adjoining apartments. There is a farce quality to this film. And some seems more than another is like the culmination in the teachers lounge is a straight up farseeing from like a stage. Play where everyone's coming in and different door isn't so people are rabbits. People are half dressed and everyone sort of coming to the same saint plant. I think that those moments are some of the genius of this film is that you know it's ridiculous and it's not it's not afraid of it. I think but the napoleon being is a perfect example of this first time we hear about the napoleon spread in still. It's when the teacher is chastising at bullied kid rock or whatever his name is and it took me a you watches to realize that she's not making fun of the fact that he's short because she's like enough with your napoleon behaviors like that's like a pretty har- stig verge. The kid whispering class teacher is not taking this lying down but then it's clear that yemen has friends. Were involved in some defacing the statue. Which is that the setup for be bust being worked over. I think all of those threads are meant to be totally connected and but Off this one joke where he puts the head. It's not seriously and clearly and can apparently then see when he's called rights. He's looking at a mirror with the in. Connie is how harry's space so out done is in these surrealism. Though isn't it and i think czechoslovakian in polish in polish film. Also that you saw coming out in the seventies berov check. There's there's much more of a literary tradition of surrealism. There gail said. This is not this hand holding of the audience. Oh right okay. We're in this world we're gonna spend like the first twenty minutes just going through the whole world building things. Everyone's comfortable here. There's a trust the okay. We're in a dream world now. Just whatever happens happens on a thing audiences czechoslovakia with far more comfortable with a than saying britain or america where you know even in the eighties seventies of the media phone. God three this films occult classics now. Wouldn't so successful than because audience was roy. Don't get it so is it's definitely a totally different audience. The cat a totally different tradition. Which i really respect. I love that kind of thing anyway. But you don't tend to sit. In britain we out some weird stuff. We have the owl service. Which is. I don't know if you guys have seen that. Which no what is amazing nazi surrealistic. But it's kind of like her foco pokhara based on kids burke when you've got these three kids who end up possessed by this may and their fall to reenact it which is enough triangle. So even though it's no explicit when you start to think about your night these Basically so kids on the cusp of To reenacting of violent you know in the saxon senior. So was that kind of thing but nothing. I guess to- one identity. Michael ben team was greatness. Mommy python maybe. It was just america. We enjoy the you know this whole kind of his one kid's tastes being patronised. Say you know. And i think kids have far more exact eighteen fat concentrated. They just accepted. They don't need to explain to them. You know. I was really interested earlier when you mentioned the sort of animation language in the Elements that is another cultural distinction. In czechoslovakia people were growing up with animation as a viable mode of storytelling. That that was not relegated to children's entertainment. It was something that could be used to tell an adult story. A fairy tale drama and it didn't matter what the audience was it was. It was just the tools for telling the story. And i think that that may be gave a a certain toolkit but divorced check and for the audience. You understand that. These were some of the near misses. You could get away with in a live action story. Like like donna and and that it wouldn't feel like it would break the reality of or whatever the membrane of the Of the story. I really wanted to read her mind. Frank kovas short story that this was based on i found versions but they were all in check. Unfortunately i couldn't find an english translation. But i did want to point out real quick because i think this is been a common thread throughout so many of these comedy films that we've talked about which was this was adapted by masaryk. It's like his filmography of a hundred and twenty seven credits. We've barely touched it but almost every time. We talk about a comedy during check timber. He's had his finger senate. Yeah it was definitely much more of a tradition for this and much more of an industry. Bill ryan is while we've singular voices so these names even those quite big industry. These same names come up. And such an industry built around that surreal comedy. The even starts in the new wave which we've talked some about some of those films. There's always a thing about comedy though. And you get it with lightly italian comedies. In the when you look at the source of films that come home video for english language territories the comedies always so underrepresented. And i think there's this even italian comedies which have the same colt stars the to an opinion journal. Ever you think that'd be a market but there's this weird resistance so no people aren't going to be interested in that nazi comedies. Not going to cross over. And i think even though we've made some of the translation okay might not work it. Still a genuinely funny realm and a lot of the comedies. We've talked to buy still genuinely funny and immolate relate things that everyone can relate to this whole teen carnival quickness being bullied at school you know rebelling against the teachers. They speak universal language. But there's this weird resistance. Sarah i think to private people want sided out to watch those films all the companies to then remastered me. Think on would be a prime candidate for like a big restoration when given the on the end to grind. It seems to have some sort of follow in finders keepers. Did like her beat vinyl. It and i've seen so many people without following on you just like. Wow you know. People know this film. But i know that's just like weird. Resistance are frustrates me. Because those tag comedies. That just so wonderful. Just so wonderful. And surreal and like you said the tradition of animation as well but just live action on nation. The broth checks stuff. That's coming to critical acclaim now. 'cause terry gilliam said oh what. I was inspired by this. But where's the rest of it. That was that was just one strain of the in these films made. Look those some of those crises like the rice. Chris oh sing. Never gonna see.

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"bill ryan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

The Rich Eisen Show

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show

"How how would that play in los angeles. How would it play in returning. He did no he did do a good job terrific coming stability to penn state who basically took them took it to next level. I don't know on once since. I think if usc 'cause i'm sure he is he's already had you know an impressive start. Everybody who's been the offense coordinator at alabama has been wildly successful. So you think you'd expect he will be my guess is if they end up with him as the head coach and this is. I don't want this to come out. Like i'm like. He's not a legit. You know credible coach but if they end up with him i i suspect there's been some other people who either t- turned it down weren't interested or they just didn't think they were a great fit. You know like the fact that he he was you know had some success as the head coach that houston texans i you know and he has built bella moth stamp of approval and now he's there with next save and you know that's all good. I think it's probably you know relatively safe. If you start getting into like oh is it gonna be him or you know pj slack. I mean i would guess so. Know bill ryan would probably would probably played better in terms of what. Us's fan base would think. But i think if they get to that point. I think there would be a whether it'd be very much a wait and see and i don't wanna say it'd be underwhelming higher too. That's not fair to say it that way. But i just think that right now You know we'll see we'll see. How much interest get at usc. But at the same time usc has ended up with some very very suspect Hires since p tara laughed. So who knows what they're gonna end up with how much they love in this in the athletic department in westwood. Right now bruce what do you think yeah probably got a better time to be a bruin because you know chip kelly. Just be lsu and they kinda whip them when they did it man. So there's a lot of enthusiasm and excitement for where they're at at this point It's quite a one eighty. And i think if you are honestly if you're if you're usc. I don't know how you look at the situation and go. Yeah i wouldn't. I would rather have what they have to we. Have you know right. now i'm talking. I'm bruce. I'm talking hoops to i mean what are your you know what i mean like I'm talking hoops. To and i'm talking about what's going on in football with chip kelly and you know the jordan brand upgraded the wasserman centers. Where like a lotta. Nfl guys trained there on the season. A lot of really positive things that have happened about like you know. Honestly at this point like ucla. Athletics has become cool again Because the final four run and certainly because of the buzz around the football program after that win it was one win. Not like it's been you know it's not it's not like it's been they just won the pac twelve title. But i think there's a lot of enthusiasm around. Ucla in ways that it hasn't been for a long long time because even when they were good with maurice jones drew got reggie bush across. Now you know. That's not the case right now like usc the mess. This isn't like oh yeah. Jd's always maurice jones. At the time. I guess he was over there going but you had you and and what they were doing now. It's only ucla. That has some buzz last one four years there were some other hot seats. Beginning to to boil get hotter and college football reserve up at lsu. That's a rough start for odor on. I think he needs to. He needs to get the offense and the offensive line going..

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"bill ryan" Discussed on Code Story

Code Story

06:47 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on Code Story

"Person. Tell me someone you look up to and why you know. I look up to a variety of people But it's all for different reasons i. It's it's tough to one person with the i'd say the people that influence away at work the most obviously my team what what am i teams needs and who do i need to be for my team today versus tomorrow for next week up. You know. that's something i feel like. I don't even personally do a good job doing on a day-to-day debate day-to-day basis. But i would say my team is the one that influences you know. Those are the people that influenced the way. I work the most when it comes to mentors who i look up to their variety people. I would say one person that really helped shape me. Unfortunately she's no longer with us. Name was bill ryan He was A company that basically brought Gps to police cars through software And and not just police cars but like ambulances fire departments etc start and you know he was a he's a fast talking yorker that i met through texts since the company just barely started and remembered he would he would not mince words. His feedback was direct honest brutal at times and i loved him for it. eventually had joined the board of directors unfortunately he was a first responder Basically nine eleven and he passed away Now a couple years ago from complications due to lung cancer. The yacht from from from respond. Nine eleven And he he made a big impact on be at members of leadership of the copy will never forget him for that. We talked about a mistake right but a little bit different spin. If you could go back to the beginning what would you do differently. Or where would you consider taking a different approach. I'd have to isolate that question in a two different parts because my immediate answer is an answer that everybody would have on every decision they've ever made life. Which is i now. Have the benefit of information. I didn't have previously so the decisions that would mean how to spend money. Obviously we wouldn't have had to pivot who've gone directly door. We're going today Their decisions. I would've made when it came to tech debt. Like we talked about when he came to how to approach sales who to hire when. Sometimes we hired people too late sometimes. We hired people to early decisions on on fundraising on how to take money from. I mean i love my investors. I don't regret taking money from any of them. But these are the types of things. I think we would have done differently. But that's because we have information. Now i think holistically when it comes to starting a company overall There are certain things that i would do differently. I with now understanding how to get to where we got today and potentially we're we're trying to get to their things. We did right understand the problem. I always talk about you know fall in love with a problem. Don't fall in love with a solution because when you fall in love you get tunnel vision. You have to keep the fall in love with problem to keep pivoting making the right decisions. Not getting emotionally involved remaining intellectually honest etc. But more importantly they're aspects. I think starting this business that would have gotten us to where we wanted to get to faster just again. It's it's at lean startup. Approach that i talked about where you pick that that cl- that cleaner one feature item and you you go out and actually try and find out who all the key. The one thing free is calling as many customers. You possibly can trying to get a sense of which of these customers are gonna help you build your product you otherwise a waste so much time and customers who. You may never sell to that. Don't adopting those not the people you want to talk to the beginning. People talked to her or like the chief executives that are hungry for innovation and our risk takers and are willing to take risks on things like this. I mean finding customers like that and trying to build a product piece by piece with the right people like we had with grover. Beach in tucson is so vitally important. We got very lucky with that outside of that. It's about assembling the right people. Your team i got fortunately by team in the beginning you need a technical co founder that roll up their sleeves and and code and actually build something and put that together. We had that You're gonna need people on the sales side that are scrappy. That will do anything for a sale. But that aren't like you know coming from a big company where they're gonna get leads and that's how they do things now. You need people that are just hungry. And you're gonna hustle and do it that way you just about the right people that you hire on that team and and and the way you make that product and grow the company that sense those are. Those are like your fundamental principles. I think will help you build any company successfully. We'll rule last question. You're getting on a plane. You're sitting next to young entrepreneur. That's built the next big thing. They're jazzed about it. They can't wait to show it off to the world could show it off to you right there on the plane. What advice do you give that person having gone down this road a bit assuming that this person is you know they're not like i don't really care about this. I just want money. If they're if they're a true entrepreneur trying to solve a problem in the money comes from solving that problem. In that sense. I would say like what i just said fall in love with this problem. Keep your eyes focused on this particular problem. Do whatever you have to do when it comes to understand. This foam solvents from but don't fall in love with any of the solutions. Don't follow within. The people are going to sell you the snake oil. Nothing else is as important as this problem is important. And if you have that problem solving that problem as your guiding light then you'll get through everything else you'll survive. The emotional roller coasters the ups and downs. You'll be able to solve the promising to do to get to that bigger problem that you're trying to solve you'll go piece by piece you'll stay motivated for. I'm six years. Ns you'll stay motivated for a longer period of time. You have to really want to solve this. Probably to fall in love with that and that that's a few you'll need to get to the show. That's fantastic advice will rahul. Thank you for being on the show today. Thank you for telling the creation story of spider tech. You gotta know any time thank you in. This concludes another chapter of code story. Code story is hosted and produced by allow part. Be sure to subscribe on apple. Podcast spotify or the podcasting app. Your choice support the show on patriotic dot com slash coat story for just five ten bucks a month and when you get a chance lisa review. Both things helps out tremendously and thanks again for listening..

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"bill ryan" Discussed on Big Blue View

Big Blue View

05:18 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on Big Blue View

"A bit of a mixed bag in terms of who was on the field. We saw like a tiny. Bit of xavier mckinney. We saw a tiny bit of thorny homes and maybe that was just based on who was available and depth. They just needed to line. Those guys up for a little bit. That just wanted to get them to the younger guys on this defense. But if we're talking about some top performers some guys that really shine in some spots where they kind of needed to if they wanted to fight to make it and stay on this roster. I one oceans immunised made a lot of good plays. I don't necessarily you can say that. He earned himself roster spot in this game. But i think zimmerman is starting to prove that. Hey when this guy is healthy he can be disruptive and he can be a one of the better rotational pass rushers on this roster yet the keyword there is pass rusher and he definitely impressed yet. Five pressures in the game had that one sack on the first drive. Speaking of that i drive. Which is amazing by kevin's too fancy. That's how you really call plays off of each other and just absolutely manipulated. The second team giants defense. It seemed like but up on that same drive. Oceans administers was tasked to be the Contained defender on the outside. And he just kinda got washed. On line of scrimmage ended up on the grounds. That's still a concern for me or administers ability to hold up against the ron. Which is a vital part of what patrick graham wants to do so. I think he definitely did. Good things on tape terms of rushing the passer. We saw a couple of different times in this game but he still needs to be better against the run right now. I would almost look at oceans as maybe that nickel pass rusher guide giant. Bring on. when they're in a four to five type alignment just to me. He looked a bit more comfortable as a hand in dirt defensive end. He moved well enough as a standup pass. Rusher but I thought his just leverage quickness off the ball was a little bit better with his hand in the dirt or kind of fake dirt like substance. Whatever they use in cleveland and yet you talk about the contain and just the the way. The browns moved the ball especially on that first series are say the first two series and joan. I talked about it in our quick reaction podcast last night. The giants need to work on their tackling. This is been two games in a row where there have just been way. Too many tackles too. Many arm tackles too many attempts at a lunge where the defender just kinda whiffs and given up way too many yards after contact. I liked joe. Kelley coming out of tennessee. But damn these yeah. He was coming out of tennessee. The giants had seventeen tackles in this game. And that's not anything that we saw from the obviously first team but still the giants second team is going up against the brown team so you think that would somewhat balance out. But they're way too. Many missed tackles. Yeah devante down to sam beal. Who had are horrendous game. Had three missed tackles the also had given mola had to miss tackles accredited from pro football focus. I'd like to see those on tape. Trent harris had a couple so that is not something that i feel like it's consistent with patrick. Graham hasn't still been the first team. Giants defense still managed just 'undisciplined football and you saw on a couple of those long runs by the ernest. Johnson's why guys just falling over does not executing good technique. It was kind of a hard to watch. It really wasn't and i'm glad you brought up discipline because that was the word that kind of jumped out to me especially watching the giants defense. When the browns would execute some kind of misdirection Sending a receiver in motion or having play action yet. The giants defense would bite hard on that and that that would have them just completely out of position to make a play on the ball and what could have been a three or four yard. Gain turns into a ten or twelve yard gain. Those first two drive. It seemed like the only times the browns were getting ten yards. Pop was if they screw something up. It's what it seemed like. I mean ryan anderson like somebody who usually from my tape study from alabama and even a little bit in washington was disciplined run defender and he bit so many times he was added position. Loss contain. That was actually kinda surprised about how he wasn't a lot of those types of reps number forty six out there late. Thirty six total snaps. You know you have to get your are is with. Get our eyes on a lot of these edge defenders because once the giants actually have some quality edged defenders. I would say Might be one or two that get released. And you're gonna be like okay. That i probably get scooped up by another team. Women's said that in a while about the new york giants. I don't think ryan anderson did too. Well himself sam bill definitely to do to from somebody who deep giants secondary when you have guys at various williams. Who have i would say. Add up and down kind of game better than the jets game but Still up somebody who could crack the roster even in a deep group as a rookie. Just because he's been having such a camp sam bill ryan anderson. Both those guys are guys who did not impress me in alaw. Minimum offense is another one group in there so conversely in terms of talking guys didn't press you. I want to say i found it very interesting..

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"bill ryan" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"Women are gone tag. Yes what do you mean. do. I believe it's there. There's not true men in the like your tag tag. sometimes i'll either right in the caption or whatever yo can who is like you. Don't stop i'll get there. Be seven girls one akashi got bad for. It's just contact tag the photographer. I'm not jason tag. They frankly own damn. I don't know. I think for me. Like i'm so like in the last two years of my life like understand who. I am what i am like you know. Yes yeah and and i think does your homeboys. I'm a ho. Does he know you. He doesn't know me yet but he knows this is what he told me. He's going to show us like you gotta understand. My friends are really do. I mean he was getting in a fight with the white leeann and it was a heated argument. It was a black man being respectable to a white man and a white male respecting the white man. Didn't i doubt. Joe basically so we all we all go out. It's omega probably like five or six. So as we're wrapping up our bill ryan is like yo. I'll be right back him. Being the businessmen that is that i didn't even know so he has. He has a strong line. Which i was drinking out of line yet. So it's eko gaving companies the owner. He's a black. he's a black man. Owning a business biodegradable. So ryan is like you know. He's already talking to the to the waiter. I know the owner of this bar. I'm like we gotta get you in. Talk her because it's a woman on bar so he's gone around giving everyone these at in the restaurant fans of horrible decisions purchase draws from him on the spot and so just going around this white man that was at the bar probably thought that he goes over here. We go again my whole like my rundown monster that ben paper better than plastic by grade ables seventy five days or hyundai given the whole thing ago. Would you like to trauma struck us. What would you like to chop my product. Definitely i will so he sat down mean non-person i am i'm gonna watch you and i just wanna see if you open 'cause if not like you you can just tell me no so i go to bathroom not about i tell my i tell my cousin and i'm gonna go over there and see if he needs to show in my case study so he's like you need and he's like he doesn't even. It doesn't look good. I don't need it. So then. I go to bathroom come out. And i'm like oh honestly wrote like you didn't have to accept astrology. Straw told you all this you can just over a but it's my it's my business. You gotta understand like if you like your got pocket. You're going to gonna be like yo you don't have to say you're gonna listen. You don't listen like cool. Just say no. I don't want it. This product put town of evidence to sheet so then after that he goes. I didn't know you were being serious when you said you owned it. I thought this was usage. Okay then it was more like micro aggression as a white man being like. Oh i didn't know this was your business and you were the owner of thought. You were joking he said. I thought you were defined. Devil's advocate ona. Strongest trump. okay but but say posted. So don't agree. Don't first of all shows don't look nothing like the ones that the bar you have one that has a fourth year. Not even recognizing this party did put it in your face. So it wasn't that she didn't say that you didn't and that's fine but don't accept it and don't give it away and then don't look at me like why didn't think you owned it. Keep to yourself this this outside and we hear now. The the volumes are getting louder. But it's okay and then his home is just like you know what just come here. Give me your number. That's okay. And after but i go back to right and i got i got. I got secure security. They was making it. A bigger dinner was over over. Dude i'm good. And he's like he's feeling bad nella to cry like literally taking ran up on him over a straw. I didn't runabout on kingdom. Mary play both run up I was really wasn't drug ave. And.

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"bill ryan" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"But if he doesn't come back i'm not losing these people so you love this guy from the start i did not i. I guess this one and said no doesn't fit doesn't work for lebron because he is a ball eater and a lane closure. He's a big bodied man with with limited jumping ability in reach but he can below. It's it's really older. It's almost 'rodmanesque with he can throw his weight around. And rebound at a high rate. But i didn't think it fit with what the lakers wanted to do. And i believe right now. Lebron is shaking his head saying no. I don't want him back. We'll see about that. They were much better when they had dwight in juvenile as bigs so again i i guess all that so how did all this start. Two days ago when one of his fans posted something on it was on twitter about. I wish you could only dominate the paint like lopez eight and talking about the finals Obviously brooke lopez's andy andrei eight and like for real said the fan with an angry face emoji at the end of it and drummond being the detroit or victim that he was about to be responded to it tale y'all coach play me more and i could dominate the way those guys do so he's basically saying to laker nation. Tell vogel to play me more. And i could dominate the way those guys do and then. He subjected himself to about five hours of twitter ridicule because he trended on twitter for at least five straight hours into the night game on the finals with a lot of ridiculing memes of drum and looking in the mirror and seeing kareem abdul-jabbar like that's how he sees himself and so at that point. I just said well. I'm going to re tweet my nickname that i gave him off the genie which is kareem abdul drum and he obviously did not like that the following day so he re tweeted my nickname with two pictures. And i believe this was pure sarcasm. Angry sarcasm on his part that he photoshop the pictures as if he you know he said merch coming soon. Merchandise soon like he was actually going to sell. Jerseys let's say farewell with kareem's picture on. Yeah right okay. Well he's not doing that. It's just a joke. Because he was angry right like now. I'm going to market jerseys that say farewell. Which means sorry. I'm out of here right right. Let's give for me. And i'm a firm believer in this. I think it's tough adjustment for big man to come in and a role for himself. If the two players hurt that you're going to be playing alongside. Yeah because like. I said those other guys are not used to playing alongside another big. They're not used to feeding the postal. One thing. brian. James can do. He can get no matter who you are. No matter what position you play the bron james. We'll find a way to get you the ball. And so now he comes in the only got. What twenty games lip and he's gotta find a role but when he fired. His role is to the playoffs with us. Too late. you okay. You like details you like the white but to develop the white had a whole off season. They had a whole training camp to get ready to understand the role where he comes in. And you know what the lakers are so. He has defied his role on the flat. I believe given the training camp given the understanding play alongside lebron and they d. I do believe. I don't believe aden. Aden dropped him on the team with twenty gave live and the two best players that counting on the plate with are not there and he's not gonna play like this eight note his role. He fulfills his role. It i believe you define drums role. Let him play alongside the ad and lebron from start to finish. I believe you'll see a different guy so this tells me there's a lot of trouble in laker paradise right now because level. Now you've got drummond and happy with his playing time. You got schreuder believing that he's lebron's believe one two hundred twenty millions and you've got mma feeling rejected as the third wheel because he thought he would be part of a budding big three with the laker cooler. The coup somebody detail cullinan unit. Doughnut broaden the third wheel. You'd little doughnut new-look quick fix. We tried to put you so we can get to the gas station. Get the filling station and get a new top. Well when you get to the gas station you're going to discard him. That's the best thing about your got live. I call bill ryan right well hill so you want coups gone you want schreuder gone in. It feels like that drummond is about to talk or or at least post his way right out of los angeles as an unrestricted free agent. Yeah he the to thank you for your service. I think you're going to have to wave goodbye to your man drum. Because i don't think the laker brass will like this. I don't think lebron will love this. I just don't think they will. This is not laker asked to them. But what we try to get. We try to get guy a vegas right now Dane or bradley. Beal trying to get war jamal. Murray who liked to post on any unliked it but again it's like there's hysteria of the night for laker nation. Because they're desperate to get a third scott. It's not enough that you have to the top five players in the video. You need three notice that you notice. I never heard you say anything about the nets getting harden. The you never said a word about getting a burst are one man. Well because they're always hurt. Always earnhardt was always work. But you didn't have a problem. This of god to the finals. Mark my word. You never. I noticed it and i think people at home and starting to notice it near the tablet drive to get them in advance. You got a problem but let katie couric you. Tell me because you're the hall of famer and you told me he's the goat and the best player on the planet. Why would the goat need who two top ten players play the right skill kevin durant. Did you don't think that me it's lebron. James lagaan j. So so why does it matter. And you've got the best player we even if we got steph. Clay day in adams. Ad lebron it should matter you got the best player on the planet in the best player on the planet should be able to be anybody. That's what you told me for the last five years about lebron okay but why are you so desperate right now for a third star. Everybody's you've also got. Anthony davis most people would say. Anthony davis is more valuable than harden or kyrie. That's what they would say or between you do have to say the or you got both. So why can't we had another one where you've got a real superstar. Yes or no you got the goat. Yeah quote marks goat and you've got another top five player. And you're desperate to get damian lillard or jamal murray or bradley beal or it's it's like the flavor of the yeah yeah Why not so you just want it to be a mismatch you just want it to be a cakewalk. You bet when kevin durant went to golden state you never said a word about a mismatch levels a word. Yeah because they were desperate for him they they blew a three one lead to you guys skip relates to. They aren't all that they were crackdown. You didn't have a problem with a team. That was seventy three mad nine adding a player that was universally regarded as the second player in nba. You had no problem with but you told me that draymond fled into the parking lot. In tears calling kevin durant saying you've got to come save us. They boarded a private plane. Flew all the way in. Its tip of long island on july the four to recruit kevin durant because they knew.

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"bill ryan" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

Health Hats, the Podcast

06:58 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on Health Hats, the Podcast

"David born fellow podcasting fellowship graduate introduced me to the tom. Offs terry bill ryan and olympia. Terry tom off wrote a book. The focused fight you can see details in the show notes. It's a story about hope. And survival of one ordinary family and their community of support to bring a two year old through five cancers over twenty years three times leukemia and twice adult tongue cancer. The compelling story brings a fresh voice on strength resilience and coping strategies during an extraordinary medical journey. I read the focused fight. Call terry and frankly. I felt reluctant to use my podcasts. To hawk her book make no mistake. The book is gripping well written unusual and informative read it. I highly recommend you read it but read the book. A conversation about the book would be a pale replica of buying so as we spoke memories of my first childbirth. experience flashback. Major health issues are a family affair. The patient is the star but the supporting characters are patients to. I found that a story to reveal the supporting cast would add to the book in these episodes sister. Olivia and the supported families and communities. They are the stars. Let's start with the tom offs themselves. Hi my name. Is lydia tomoe. It's nice to meet you. If i am giving additional information about myself if i would say i live in washington dc. I went to james madison university. And yeah okay. Great so your your claim to fame as far as famous to me is that you're the sister of a brother who has had many go rounds with cancer. I'm just really curious about your first memory of that. My first memory of ryan with cancer do not have very too many memories from before cancer. I would say some of my first memories are a wooden train. That was on c. Five three at the town that we used to ride in before we would go to his hospital room or being in the clinic with in doing our therapy being very young. And i was for many years but i definitely have memories of in today's age hand. Washing is very important to everyone but that was something that was like knocked into my head from a very young age. Hi my name. Is terry thomas and i am a quilter and now brand new author and i love to travel. I love photography. And i love the color fuchsia color future. Thank you bill bill. Tom off and i've been married coming up on thirty four years next next month and we've had quite a journey together. Lots of joy lots of difficult times but my career and my family or my greatest loves and i have a lot of hobbies like technology and now reading a lot and writing and just enjoy social media enjoy bringing value. There's how oh miami's ryan be here. I appreciate you wishing to myself in my store. Okay and you have quite a story. You're what i think you told me. You're twenty six twenty seven twenty. Six to twenty seven in august were different. That's normal. I delivered via then ryan. How did it come into your consciousness hanging out with other people that this was different. Because when you're a kid when you're that young normal whatever it is you do life as normal and then you comes a point where you start. There's more of other. So i would say that my many of my friends who also had siblings. They hung out with their siblings at home. And i also hung out with ryan at home but i also went to the hospital to hang out with him so i think that's where the differentiator was. They're going back home after school. And i'm going elsewhere so that i could be with my brother or with my family also. So was there ever point where it was like. Oh my god enough already. I wish i was queen for a day and i could wave a magic wand and he was just better and life would be more like what i think my friends life as i would say yes but also because it was from beijing four on in my own life. I didn't know any different so it wasn't other than the reprieves gas from cancer treatment. Obviously he was diagnosed sin in remission and then relapsed so the periods of remission definitely like i hope this just stakes. Because i get to have everyone at home and right right right. There's less back and forth and whatnot. But because i didn't know any different. I don't think that there was a. I hope that you know this. I hope that it didn't happen so many times but it just is what was. What was you've spent a god awful amount of that time in the hospital too much time. Yeah and so now. You're not so that's great. One of the things that that interested me about your story is that it's a family story that even.

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"bill ryan" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"Things that are like get to my insecurities. And i had just take a breather at say. It doesn't matter because whose opinion do you care about truthfully. It's my family. My friends i love. It is not a random person on the air at from member. Stay rounded in that reality. Till actually i understand that emotionally. I think it can be difficult especially when things are misinterpretations. If you are like that person on the other end might not matter but it can be a lot. You know you can be a lot. I'm sorry that for research for this podcast. You went into the trenches for joy to accurately did bill ryan feel bad that i sent you into the woes then again i cannot. I mean i guess. I can believe that people are still talking like that but It's it's interesting because to me. I remember the harshest commenters. We're all people that seemed of a similar type to me. And i always felt like my harshest online were projections from like super fans who like saw themselves in me and either wanted me to do better or whatever insecurities of them and then with you. It's like like you said some of these commenters obsessed with you and like the only way to take you down was you ought to try to feel like you were on their level. It's just. I mean we shouldn't even give them any more time. Probably not i do. I do i do think yeah really. Don't matter what was twenty minutes. I think i.

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"bill ryan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:56 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"LBJ, The phone number 51283605 95 1283605 90. We're gonna be talking about property taxes. If you've had hit to your property taxes that was surprising this year gives Kali 3605 90. We went here. What's happening with you speaking that? Let's go to Ryan. Hey, Ryan, thanks for college. Sounds like you had a few properties that might have gone up a little bit. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Did not win this this around. Yeah. Four properties the code 78745. Uh, the value went up by $98,000. Well, 78744 property went up by $99,000. 78747 down off a 1 83 creed more found that area. Uh Went up by $100,000. And the other one went up right next to it went up for $94,000, which is an old Oh, pretty much tear down farmhouse that. Well, let me think I could get that money out of it now. Hey, Brian, Let me ask you a question. So when you got these tax bills, and you're obviously a real estate investor, you have these rental properties. What? What is your first thought? I mean, is it I just got to raise my rent. Or maybe this is a good time to exit or what was your thought? First look. But when the deadline was the protest fair point fair point And then, uh, yes. You know what? I got to go back and do my line number to figure out Okay. What do I have to charge to balance this? Uh, you know, figuring out because of it the same as last year where it took You know, six months or so to protest. Well, if my lease is up Or a new clock our new tenant in three months. I have six months. I gotta figure out what am I gonna charge in three months? The balance Yeah. The rest of it. Is that balance out with the rest of the cops in that neck of the woods right for what you can charge for rent. Have you thought about selling it? And he's thought about maybe this historical lows. We're seeing on capital gains Now we're probably going to go away and I know off Air Kevin and Tim. You were talking about the 10 31 exchange. There's thinking about capping The the amount that you can actually exclude, right. It's in a discussion. I will say this. The Biden tax plan is still conjecturing right, so we don't know exactly what it's gonna look like. But that is one of the things that's seems up for discussion is whether those 10 31 tax deferred exchanges get manipulated into some degree or taking away. Yeah. So you know that would you know as a real estate investor myself? That's one of them. When I got my tax bills, Ryan, I was thinking the same thing. I'm definitely gonna fight it right and see what I can do. But how do why What's the metric that I used to raise it? Because I don't want to lose a good tenant, right? Then what does it do to my cash flow? What does it do to my rate of return on this property is if I've had it for five or six years and I've seen some bring integration appreciation. Maybe I move it. You know, I don't know. And I think that's probably some thoughts you're having right? That was a leading question. I know Also you start looking at Com. Well, it's not You know, there's as many castles there used to be. Yeah, because people are sitting on their properties. Right? Okay. Let me judge my property here by what's been sold. Okay. Well, if the I read it with the Austin Journal the other day said it was, you know, average price is up $68,000 over asking or something like that. Um which, by the way that Z that ever happened to Kevin, where it's with the average for asking price is above what the listing prices as a hole in the whole area has That came out a couple months ago. Like 68. I think camera which want Mother was a $68,000. On average. Over the medium. Close price was more than 100% over the asking prices were yes. Is the first time we've seen that. That's interesting. Well, Ryan Hey, buddy. Good luck on all that, man. I hope you hope you come to a good decision there. And thanks for listening to show we appreciate it. Let's go to Darryl. Hey, Darryl. Thanks for calling you at a question or comment for us. Guys. Thanks for taking my call Your first studio. What impact or what do you think? The floodgates gonna open on foreclosures and evictions? Yeah. Well, well, foreclosures. I mean, if you bought a house in the last, say, 12 months here in the Austin area, your liquid your liquid. I mean, seriously, that's I don't think you could go into foreclosure. I mean, anybody can go into foreclosure. I guess Maybe that's too broad of a stroke there. I think that it be fairly easy. Anything bought more than 12 months ago. Your liquid on the property unless you've done something. There's some extra lean against the property or something. But I don't see any foreclosures happening on this now. Evictions. That's another thing. You know, I know there are a certain percentage of tenants out here in the Austin area. They're not paying rent. On there. Not being a victim because they can't be right. Kevin, What are your thoughts? Yeah. There you go ahead. Go ahead there. Well, let's gonna say, well, how many landlords do you have all the list that want to sell their house but can't sell it because they have attended and it doesn't pay. It's possible, you know, and that's what we're saying that we have. There's so many buyers in the market that their buyers that are willing to take on that headache just to connect with a house. So there anyway. If you know if your landlord and you have one of these non paying tenants, and you'd like to sell the house, we could still sell it. That's how crazy the market is. Uh uh. Someone just ate the money. The Holy Cross between now and then. You know the factor. In some point, they're gonna have to be in victory. The tenant to leave. Yeah. Um, but, yeah, you know, to John's point, We're still there still death and disease and divorce and they're still these stressors that happened. People's lives right now. But to get the big foreclosure wave, you have to have that and then also have properties that can't retail sale for enough to cover what the dead obligation is, and there's very few of those right now. Because the prices have been moving up so quickly that the 20 means by saying most people are liquid. Yeah, well, I guess I I came to agree a little bit with that, but I also I'm multiple closures in the past by having some experience and you know, there's just a lot of mine. I mean, there's a lot of homeowners. This is gonna be way behind. And they're just not savvy enough to know that. Okay? I need to sell it. They're gonna look at him Sell. I'm 12 months behind in my payments. That's $25,000. Well, I went after Darryl. What One of the things you got to think about on those is that the government has created a out for them right? Even if they if they haven't made a payment, and let's say 6 to 7 months on their primary residence, it's can be deferred because of the cove it right. Everything that's been ongoing on the last 12 months. Signed up for the program. But if they just kind of sat on their butt, which a lot of well if, well, listen, I think that'd be a very small percentage of the people Listen to face. It is and you get are going to do is either modified or start making her catcher payments up again, right? It's really that the banks are highly encouraged right now to do these modifications, and all they do is roll it into the new loan right lot of times. They tack it on to the ends of the payment doesn't change right and then they're on their merry way, and to be honest with you once they've made three payments on that modification, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and HUD have said. You could go ahead and do it. Refinancing even and what were your right at that 0.2 in cleared all out, So, yeah, There's a lot of outlets for them now the other ones and even for investment properties. They have those, so you know, we'll see. I think there's so many jobs. I think jobs is really what drives the housing market and Andre Health of the housing market. Right. Consumer confidence is high in Austin. That's the gas that drives us. So I think until you start taking those things away, that we're not going to see heavy foreclosure rates and I will tell you I've been in the business, 26 years and Kevin and 10. We'll talk.

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"bill ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:48 min | 1 year ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Warm Wednesday, say warm Wednesday because the thirties were sitting outside right now are going to feel downright tropical compared to what's on the way. Have you heard the forecast? G. Tom Skilling joined the show yesterday, as he does every Tuesday told us the high of six Super Bowl Sunday Six degrees, guys ready for that? Super Bowl ads being released. Have you seen any any any good ones out there that Shiva the hit your radar I'm looking at. We did play the Wayne's world one. Wayne and Garth from there. Aurora basement, reprising that role. We played it earlier this week. We will try to play that again. As we break down some of the Super Bowl ads. That one's my favorite so far. Um But there are a few others. We want to talk about new tone. Maybe this year for a lot of Super Bowl ads. Kind of. Ah, you know, strange year, some most deciding to sit out. Some of the big advertisers are scaling back. Their ads or pulling out all together, You know, they want to entertain you. They want you to taste you to buy their product and also don't want appear tone deaf when they do it about what The times are that we're living in. So we're gonna talk with us. CNBC reporter covers marketing and advertising about the best ads and kind of the approach to Ed's. We'll play some of them, too, for you, because, as you know, they always release a lot of them before the big game. Will Ferrell's won. A lot of people are talking about today. He's got a great one out. Very funny ad about electric cars, So we're gonna play. Some of that coming up for you also got a list here. 26 Super Bowl halftime shows ranked worst to first. Any stand out in your mind there that anything. Remember wants to first last year's was great. I mean, Jennifer Lopez did a great one last year. Isn't it funny? Think about that. That's one year ago. And remember how that stirred everybody up. It got people angry about maybe was too racy. Yeah, it was like the defenders. And then she brought her daughter out. I wasn't real thrilled about that one like that part. Yeah. Why am I having blanks on all of these now, All this was a stripper pole to think that people said Wait a minute, Jeff. Death. And people don't like that. Well done. Oh, wait. Yeah, that was I ke. I always remember the Janet Jackson Jackson malfunction. Everybody remembers that one. The male function theme nudity that not intending. Mm. Something occurred, that's actually the worst one function. That's right. The more Jerome malfunction that that entered the vernacular after that whole thing that happened the worst on the list actually is related to that Justin Timberlake coming back 14 years later after that whole Debacle. Um, and he's Hey. Didn't people are upset because he didn't bring Janet Jackson on as I recall. That was one of the party. You know the things that he got to redo, but she didn't. We haven't heard much from her lately at all. It seemed like it. No great performer. Maroon five 25th on the list. I'm gonna agree with that. Yeah, that was bad where they lived, thinking. I don't know. A lot of the lip sinking ones are really bad. Katy Perry and her rogue shark is on the list. 18 worst. Dancing shark. Remember the kind of went rogue? I'm not a big Katy Perry fan. Yeah. Yeah, she's she's up there. Uh, let's see. He's mentioned Janet Jackson. Then we get to the top of the list. Moving forward. Some of these. I don't remember boys to men. Remember that 1 1998 Bruce Springsteen is Number nine, The top 10. He breaks the top 10, Gloria Stefan and Stevie Wonder, Number seven. Diana Ross, number six Donna, there was that Which one Diana Ross 1996. Okay, so it goes back a bit, but she's She's their helicopter landed on the field. Yeah, she was escorted onto the helicopter. I don't remember this one floor hanging on the outside of the helicopter. Diana Ross. Madonna number four on the list. Beyonce a number three. And then you go up to jail. And Shakira, number two. They get the number two spot on this particular lists. As you pointed out, one that you remember. And you like Prince is the number one spot. Oh, yeah, For sure, Right. He's number one all the time for May on Lee Super Bowl I was ever present. That and you feel when I ever got a chance to go to a course that was the monsoon one with all the Bears fans, their reign was the least of our problems. But that was the prince halftime show made it worth the trip. I'll tell you that was just spectacular. Bill Ryan took on a whole new meaning did What a day. What a what a day. All right. Hey, coming up on the show here a couple things I want to get to hear all them and Tom Tom Tunney is going to join the show. 44th word Alderman. He and Michelle Smith Autumn Smith, who joined us yesterday that big meeting last night, but Carjackings in their wards, they said, This is pretty startling. One of the things revealed in that meeting. I saw some of it. Carjackings up 500% in their two wars 500% those air North side wards that stretch from like Lincoln Park to Andersonville. All along that Part of the city. And while they were holding their meeting a stone's throw away, a man was carjacked while shoveling his car out of the snow. Kind of remarkable thing is they talk about the road forward. Let's see what they talked about. Let's see what the ideas are. As we try toe move out of Five Carjackings a day is what the city seeing right now on track for 1800 by the end of the year. Pretty incredible stuff. Hey, with so many Carjackings, there's a group of Chicago and don't know if you've heard about this. They have set up a Facebook page to help you find your car after it's been stolen. And the group is huge success recovering. I'm looking here. Black Club Chicago. I followed them before, but now they're up to 200 cars that they have recovered in the last two months from Chicago and surrounding areas. So that's part of what people are resorting to do after these Carjackings are kind of well out of hand. Right Sergeant. He joins the show, discuss what went wrong with that FBI raid two officers killed while executing a search warrant. It was in Florida. They were trying to apprehend an alleged child abuser. Now we learn now it's revealed that he watched them. The alleged child abuser, watched them through his ring doorbell camera as they approach was totally ready for him. Here in Chicago. The way search warrants are conducted is under serious review, as more problems are brought to light that wrong House raid that horrific situation with engine that young That that happened. Remember that the inspector general is saying there need to be immediate reforms. We need to do better, and there's some things that need to be changed immediately. We'll talk about that. But also what that brought to light that federal raid police officers will tell you that executing a search warrant is one of the most dangerous things any officer can never be called to do. So why do them? Sergeant. People talk about that He'll talk about the y part of it and when they still are appropriate, I think that's important to talk about. He agrees with a lot of the changes. I know they're being suggested by the I G and we'll ask him about That, too. He has suggested some of them before on this show in Justin in general, the things that he's seen all along that need to be changed. This is big. Coming up are two o'clock hour. Got a secretary of State issue You need a driver's license. Updated You got an expired one. They've changed the deadline. It's no longer February 1st, which means it would have been out of date. Couple days ago. They moved it to June. But lots of other stuff and the damn visa open The lines. I'm hearing are still pretty long and most locations But today, our friend Henry help from the Secretary of state. Jesse White's office will join us again. He has helped so many of our listeners he takes the time..

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"bill ryan" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

08:18 min | 2 years ago

"bill ryan" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Call me now? 73482 to 1600 hearts All sit down. Pay attention. We're starting again. We're starting back up the way that those cell phones or wait there. Snatch you bald head. I'm starting to begin here around years. I'm clear on that swept into my radio shock. See what Gerry has to say, Gary, welcome down the edge. Any brother. Um, I have to hand it to you. You've been right so much these last few years, but there's no consolation place because, uh uh, being right really is rotten these days, you know? All right. All right. Doesn't read doesn't get you anything. You just It's just we need to try and do it. I mean, it can get you something If everybody rallies around what's right, and I don't say I'm right because it's just me. Although I am I never lie and I'm always right. But But aside from that Ah! People are people are just going their own way. And many of the ways they're going are arrogantly stupid. Absolutely absolutely. We're I mean, who would go along with anything? Hang on a second. Who would go along with anything? I don't give a damn. Even if you're a communist, we'll go along with anything that's happening in California, where they have rolling blackouts where people have to sometimes wake up in the middle of that cold because there's no heat or electricity in house who goes along with that or mishandling force. That's they burn your house down. It's just another legalizing pedophilia. Yeah, yeah. Insane. People are running the world Californian particular Anyway. Good fun. I relocated. I'm down here in Tucson now and I for the first time in 20 years, give or take Have watched a programming for Children. And this stuff is really freaky stuff because what they have is the body of the characters are all Multi colored They have horns. They have tails. And they have these glaring red eyes. And they're looking at the little white girl and the white girl is sketched wider chalk white. Everything about her is what? And what are you talking about? What are you talking about? What show? I don't remember the name of its some kind of Rainbow Club or some because it was just on the TV and get this on the Netflix around regular broadcast network TV. What is this? I wish I could have a better answer for you. Because I was thinking I'd like to know if you find out. Let us know if you can, but go ahead. And and the next. The next program was about two parents really being mean to their daughter, and and in her mind, she was saying things I must fight back. I must defend myself against these evil parents. So once again, they were tearing down the family on then the last one, there's only three I'm going to talk about was a white girl getting the pope kicked out of her by these animated It's all animated. Other characters who had to go to the nurse now because she's all mangled. I mean, this is what the kids are watching. Why I've seen videos on YouTube. A couple of more exposed on was Carlson. What, but I've seen a number of them were Kids are making posts on their own news air like 10, 11 12 13 year old kids, For the most part, they're girls, and they're they're literally pledging crying, tears streaming down her face that they hate their parents. Hate the fact that their parents are white hate the fact that they are trapped in that home and they're posting things like that on Facebook, Not just one or two. A ton of people are doing this. Look, It's disgusting, actually. That's what a bump up to suicide rate. Yeah, absolutely. That's what that's what the argument was, is that the truth is, In fact, they're talking what they want to kill themselves, Things like that. Hey, let me ask you something. Are you in Tucson right now? Are you listening in from Tucson? Yes, sir. The reason I ask is I think if I'm not mistaken, and this is all blurry memory on Dever forget I came through the sixties, but at one point on the food channel, there was a restaurant. I want to say it's in Tucson has a great big logo on it so that the sun This looks like one of the best breakfast places in history. Mankind is that ring a bell down there. I've only been here for two weeks. Okay? You just called me from Michigan. I was up there on the guy that gave the cowboy hat to the lovely Linda of years ago. It's right out here in the hall. Yeah, that's just it. So when we haven't hear it when it's it's probably displayed Okay. So excited into sunlight can give you a restaurant chips. What did you just pull up Stakes and Sam moving Arizona Jeff family out there. How's How'd that work out? Yeah, yeah, family out here. My daughter's out here and she needed somebody to help watch my grandchild. And so that's what I'm doing. Look around, man, because I saw there's a couple of really cool. I want to say it's in Tucson. There's some very incredible restaurants, one of which was enough was a gas station. That and I'm so much and go into restaurants out there on a mask on right. I mean, they're still sitting at tables eating out there. Yes. Yeah, well, one of them was a gas station that somebody had turned into a restaurant. They did that other in Northville at a place called the garage. But this one was off the charts. Cool, but but the one I was merely impressed with Have a great big sun on it. And at one point I was being carried. And from the right radio and the people that originally put that together. We're out there and they said, Oh, yeah, we go there all the time. I was like jealous man anyway. See what you can find on that kid's show and see what you can find in that restaurant, the big sun on the side of it. Can't do it. Thanks for listening. Appreciate it. Uh, AOC. Let's talk about her for a second. Here. This is, uh You can write her often laughing her all you want. But this this mindset that that psychotic little bitch has Is chilling and people are paying attention to it. I here's what she's arguing whose AOC She says. We need a commission commission is being discussed. They're working it out on what they want. The commission to do is help rein in media environment after the capital. Bill Ryan. In other words, they say, You can't just spew disinformation and misinformation. This is Acosta Cortes. Mm hmm. She says that Congress is looking into media literacy initiatives that's thinly veiled. They're looking for people that they think, say the right thing. And if they don't think you're illiterate To help rein in the press to combat misinformation in the wake of last week's deadly breach of the U. S capitol. So allow me, Tom practice for you. These psychotics and she don't think that she's unique. They want a Ministry of information. Isn't it? Amazing how America is so easily gravitating toward this almost Orwellian fascist Orwellian things being overused, but it's true. Just straight up fascism. Now I have an answer as to why That's because people are no different than they've ever been. You look, I wanted to know. How could we do this? Well, because people are doing the same thing they've always done. People. Comfortable when somebody else is telling them what to do. You may not think so. But that's a fact. They want. And of course, if you if you dangle keeping you safe over there, all there are ready to go. Go right over the cliff to be kept safe. Keep us safe. Please keep us safe. And when you saw how Germany, Italy, Russia, China how they all went in Were the same people they were were the same people they are. And that's what's happening right now. And you've got people holding positions in government that don't they can't make the connection. It's like the Matrix. Just just quoted from back there. They can't see it because they're in it. They're straight up fascists, and they're every bit a comma sarin, the Ministry of Wheat and Warsaw 1968. How could anybody buy into that? We're buying into a right now. It's just uniquely American. It's gonna get worse. Lot work again. The on Lee solution at this point, I double dog dare you arguing the other way is long term on the long term solution is to educate yourself and your kids and everybody else around you..

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Hope and Worry Mingle as Countries Relax Coronavirus Lockdowns

Rush Limbaugh

14:05 min | 2 years ago

Hope and Worry Mingle as Countries Relax Coronavirus Lockdowns

"Again just to repeat I had to run through some things pretty quickly Germany is re opening all of its shops and allowing soccer Italy Spain and France have eased their lock downs after the hot spots in those countries have now seen a record low number of coronavirus cases something that my my point is that lockdowns are being lifted all over the world not just here in the in the United States and there is mounting pressure to keep states close to keep the lockdown on and in place in the United States primarily in Democrat run states and we all know what the reason for this is there is an ongoing effort to **** the American economic recovery if you want to call it that whatever the renewed economic activity is and it's it's breathtaking to behold it really has a people talk about we got across the aisle we gotta show people that we can work together we gotta have demonstrated that we can make sure the government can work and we we can't even unified on a pandemic we're not it does not actually does surprise me at all because I know Eric and laughed I know the backwards and forwards I know today's Democrat party and I and I know what their political objectives are I'm just telling you they don't care capitalism is taking a hit that's in fact there's some of the some things happening in this in this situation that they have been secretly hoping would happen some day somehow main socialist by design don't like capitalism they've been looking for ways to damage and destroy it this thing is come along it's a godsend to many people on the left and so your your your if you if you have people who consider the United States is the problem in the world because the United States is too big it's too big a superpower it's too big economically it's just not fair something like this comes along and can cut the United States down to size twenty people in this country most of the Democrat party who are all for it I don't believe me I don't but it it it may be something you don't want to just take a look at where states are shut down I will continue to be shut down where governors don't want to open them up ask what party they're in and ask what could the reasons for this continued lockdown and the continued destruction of people's economic fortunes and watch what could that be about what purpose does it serve because believe me it serves a purpose keeping a state walk down keeping people in financial ruin with no opportunity to go back to work it does serve a particular political objective and that objective of course beating Donald Trump in November it sounds simplistic to some of you but it is the case I was reading I mentioned earlier in the program you can guardian is a column here my somebody named Francine prose I never heard of her I don't even know she's a real person is a sort of name or whatever but the piece is entitled what Americans ever forgive trump for his heart was lack of compassion the some heavy is while the nation grieves the US president has spent less than five minutes expressing compassion for those who are suffering we can't help thinking how much less worried we would be if a humane competent well informed adult was making the decisions that affect us all now that intrigues me because I want to ask you just just point blank take everything that's happening and leave it in place everything that has happened everything that is happening and what you think the immediate future all the words do you think Major League Baseball will play this season do you think the NFL will kick off with fans in the stands whatever you think yes fine if you think you know whatever whatever you think of the current circumstances would you be thinking differently would you be less worried if somebody we're in the White House expressing compassion for people who are stuck when it change your attitude about any of this what are you against compassion all I'm not against conventional put words in my mouth I'm asking what good does it do in the context of what we're talking about here what by the way that what Americans ever forgive trump for his heart was lack of compassion where has it been established that is heartless so there's a there's a gigantic presumption this whole thing off which is companies are heartless SOB about Americans know it and trump needs to get their forgiveness quick because trump is making this worse trump is making those wars because he doesn't have any compassion for the people suffering the nation is grieving now what is trump doing what do you define compassion a whole bunch of different ways but can optimism being compassion I know that trump refuses they get caught up in pessimism he doesn't like it he doesn't want to be identified with it he want he doesn't he doesn't want to be involved in things that create panic so trump well often times be optimistic because he thinks that's far more productive and far more helpful for people then just sit there and wring his hands together and talk about how sandy is because there are certain things that you just assume nobody is happy with the number of people who have died here nobody is happy with the number of people are sick should you have to save that for people to understand that about you what we give you an example this happened when I was out you remember the brouhaha that erupted after trump at one of the briefings talked about the possibility of injecting Clorox or whatever was you remember the outrage over this you remember people talking about how dumb and stupid all my god how embarrassing trump actually all dirty looked at the score of queen and he's asking her to confirm they could someday shook people up with Marshall it's dangerous this guy is an absolute these stupid people were saying now what happened what happened is the trump was briefed on some news that was announced who who's the guy who was the what department wasn't wasn't FEMA somebody made an announcement at that briefing that they had discovered the virus doesn't do well in high temperatures it doesn't do well on services it lasts thirty seconds with disinfectant Clorox whatever it was well trump had been briefed on all that a mere couple of minutes before the briefing and start I don't believe Donald Trump actually thinks or thought or to shoot anybody up what Y. sol rocks what Donald Trump is is I can do what kind of person and if he here is that this virus is wiped out in thirty seconds with exposure to whatever it was Clorox then his mind is going okay so how do we apply that and he thinks out loud how do we apply that if that if that kills it then how do we apply that to people who have a deep thanks out loud he's not literally thinking of shooting people up with one of these disinfectants are and yet the assumption was that he was thinking that the assumption was that he saw store but any such a fool that he literally want to go grab a patient and get a syringe and put some parts in there and have doctor works should the person up in sap the virus he's not and yet everybody reacted to it as though he is that stupid the is that heart was that he is that I have encountered that side of Donald Trump won the day all of the state of the union and which Catherine I were his gas and I got the presidential medal of freedom you would not believe what all had to happen for me to get to Washington that day and none of it what happened were it not for him making it happen things that you would say are impossible to get done in two hours or three cannot do he did it all he's just he's a can do kind of person he doesn't have no aunt or something negative in his it is make up so we goes about these briefings yeah the briefer was the homeland security undersecretary for science in fact the bill Ryan was built brand came out told everybody what happened to the virus in high humidity and high temperatures and certain kinds of disinfectants and so forth all Donald Trump as a problem solver and he likes to encourage people he likes to inspire people he likes to get people moving and he does think things that a lot of people that can't be done candy any doesn't just sit there one second if he's dealing with somebody who thinks something can't be done he's going to try to tell it can the mistake here was to do this impromptu ad libbing in front of cameras but I guarantee you that had the cameras not been there had trouble learn this so he would have been asking the boys are some way we can apply this is there some way we can take what you've just learned here and apply it to the way we're treating people with the virus he doesnt mean shut him up with this impact of poison is there something to learn here whether we actually this was just so over the top you remember trump any of trump's foolish trump this trump slap it was so bad that trump himself his staff got you got to go out to you got to fix this so I went out there the next day in trump said I was being sarcastic I was being sarcastic with the media I was asking a sarcastic wit that's obviously not what he was doing hi I wish I had been in the meeting to formulate the strategy the procedure here for dealing with with this because believe me it could have been converted into a total positive the reason I bring all this up is because it we have a piece here in the UK guard it will Americans ever forgive trump for his heart was lacking the last thing Donald Trump is as heartless and the last thing he has none of his compassion it is the exact opposite Donald Trump believes everybody's capable of greatness he believes it everybody's capable of accomplishing things he doesn't believe in sitting around and rubbing people's shoulders and saying it's okay you suck you're never going to amount to anything but I'll make you feel better about it he doesn't believe in that inspiring people getting the most out of people particularly people work for him particularly for people that can't do the things that he needs done it is that he can't do himself he needs those people come through we can't help thinking how much less worried we would be if I humane competent well informed the doubt was making the decisions that affect this there's another pull cord from his face and yet we've learned that Franklin Roosevelt turned away refugees from Hitler's Europe we can still imagine how comforting it was for those who lived through the Great Depression hearing his radio speech also people were suffering in the Great Depression and lost everything but somehow listening to Roosevelt on the radio made him feel better maybe you've made them feel better but it did not change their circumstances my mother used to get real mad at me she make me eat everything on the plate I'm sure yours did too and if I didn't do it she would say things like you know there are people there are people on the other side of the house over in China starving they would let us is also mom let me ask if I eat everything on his plate or some Chinese kids going to be rubbing your stomach I feel so full now you know smart aleck you'll be quiet you don't set your mother that left I'm sorry this one to me how my eating something is going to fill up a bunch of chai com Bally's wow right sure really I'm just missed through real real folks and I know exactly what troubles with this idea here that the American people cannot function we

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