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27 still missing after Indonesia volcanic eruption kills 15
"Dozens dozens are are still still missing missing after after the the number number of of people people killed killed in in Indonesia Indonesia volcano volcano eruption eruption reaches reaches double double figures figures the the weather weather has has allowed allowed search search and and rescue rescue efforts efforts to to resume resume in in Indonesia Indonesia two two days days after after the the eruption eruption of of the the main main islands islands highest highest volcano volcano residence residence police police and and soldiers soldiers have have dug dug out out the the body body of of a a thirteen thirteen year year old old boy boy with with that that that that happens happens in in the the worst worst hit hit village village where where houses houses were were buried buried to to the the rooftops rooftops and and sound sound mind mind his his trucks trucks and and cars cars were were buried buried mount mount semi semi route route in in east east Java Java province province has has been been spewing spewing thick thick columns columns of of ash ash this this follows follows forty forty thousand thousand feet feet into into the the sky sky leaving leaving villages villages and and nearby nearby towns towns covered covered with with mud mud from from bill bill Koenig Koenig degree degree I'm I'm Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this
Former Sen. Bob Dole dies at 98
"Former former Senate Senate Republican Republican leader leader Bob Bob Dole Dole who who sought sought the the presidency presidency several several times times despite despite disabling disabling war war wounds wounds has has died died at at the the age age of of ninety ninety eight eight the the thirty thirty six six year year career career on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill Kansas Kansas Republican Republican Bob Bob Dole Dole was was an an influential influential lawmaker lawmaker people people on on economic economic reform reform they're they're having having a a hard hard time time making making ends ends meet meet dole dole was was the the GOP GOP vice vice presidential presidential candidate candidate in in nineteen nineteen seventy seventy six six and and ran ran for for president president three three times times the the last last in in nineteen nineteen ninety ninety six six against against a a much much younger younger incumbent incumbent Bill Bill Clinton Clinton by by blood blood pressures pressures lower lower night night wait wait my my cholesterol cholesterol till till devoted devoted his his later later years years to to helping helping wounded wounded veterans veterans and and getting getting the the World World War War two two memorial memorial built built on on the the national national mall mall he he received received the the congressional congressional gold gold medal medal from from president president trump trump at at the the start start of of twenty twenty eighteen eighteen soldier soldier and and a a congressman congressman and and a a leader leader admired admired by by all all Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn Washington Washington former former Senate Senate Republican Republican leader leader Bob Bob Dole Dole who who sought sought the the presidency presidency several several times times despite despite disabling disabling war war wounds wounds has has died died at at the the age age of of ninety ninety eight eight during during a a thirty thirty six six year year career career on on Capitol Capitol Hill Hill Kansas Kansas Republican Republican Bob Bob Dole Dole was was an an influential influential lawmaker lawmaker people people on on economic economic reform reform they're they're
No. 3 Cincinnati claims AAC crown, possible playoff spot
"Undefeated undefeated Cincinnati Cincinnati beat beat Houston Houston in in the the American American athletic athletic conference conference championship championship game game thirty thirty five five twenty twenty and and virtually virtually assured assured himself himself a a spot spot in in the the college college football football playoff playoff the the bill bill Catholic Catholic by by just just a a point point at at halftime halftime but but broke broke it it open open with with three three touchdowns touchdowns within within a a five five minute minute span span early early in in the the third third quarter quarter doesn't doesn't refer refer to to his his three three touchdown touchdown passes passes and and Jerome Jerome Ford Ford ran ran forty forty two two yards yards for for second second long long TD TD run run to to put put cincy cincy up up thirty thirty five five thirteen thirteen and and make make the the case case for for Luke Luke Fickell Fickell theme theme for for finished finished with with one one hundred hundred eighty eighty seven seven yards yards rushing rushing Houston Houston is is now now eleven eleven into into I'm I'm Tom Tom Merriam Merriam
Bill O'Reilly Describes the Radical Left's War on American History
"It seems that the American people remain in a place where they want you could call it common sense, but they just want real results for themselves and it's been an obviously very turbulent and chaotic last couple of years. There's also this massive war on American history, which I do want to get your thoughts on. You wrote a phenomenal book killing Lincoln, killing Patton, the whole series is incredible. What is your personal opinion or your analysis of when you start to see public high schools in San Francisco renaming schools that have Abraham Lincoln on it? Where do you rank the kind of deletion of American history on the hierarchy of things we should be concerned about? So what happened was this once the progressive left, the far left elements who want to destroy the fabric of traditional America. Once they realized that the corporate media was going to enable them. And that became clear after the George Floyd situation. So once the progressive left said, we can take this to the limit to quote the eagles. And nobody's going to criticize us in the mainstream media with the exception of Fox and a few of the conservative outlets, talk radio. So we can run wild. So what we're going to do is we're going to brand all the founding fathers, all of the Titans of American history as racist, who do Abraham Lincoln. They're all races white supremacists and they exploited people of color and that's what America is built upon. I'm not built upon freedom, not built upon pursuit of happiness. It's built upon racism.
The Death of Common Sense in America With Bill O'Reilly
"So Bill, I want to ask you just kind of about the state of the nation. You know, growing up in grade school, I used to watch your show. I always enjoyed it. My parents were huge, O'Reilly factor fans and still are of all your books. But I always I always enjoyed and appreciated how you were able to cut to what was just kind of the common sense ethic of America. It wasn't conservative. It wasn't liberal. It's just like, here's what common sense dictates or necessitates. Why does it seem that it's so rare right now in our country and how do we restore it? Well, I was at Fox for more than 20 years when I left management changed philosophy changed and it became much more of a advocacy network. Fox News advocates. That's what they do. Now I didn't do that as you pointed out. I was a problem solver. I say, okay, here's the problem affecting all Americans. Here's how we might want to go about solving that problem. And you'll remember I had people opposite me, liberal people or independence, whatever it may be. And there was a debate flow. You don't see it anymore. All right, on any of the cable, it's like, okay, joining us now is someone who agrees with me a 100%. That's what they do. And that's why they're losing audience. And then, you know, there's a lot of conspiracy stuff, a lot of fringe stuff, float 9 in there. So the country is not better served for that. And I understood in a plug for the no spin news. I do a TV show every night on Bill O'Reilly dot com. You can see it on the first TV dot com. That's our distribution arm. And I have hone the factor now. We only have one guest. Because I have so much to analyze and so much to get into. Stories that you never heard of. And you know, because our when I left Fox, I took 5 people with me. And I think we have the best research staff in the country. And we go into stories and areas. Where American people have no blank and clue. So the Biden administration's horrendous. I think any clear thinking person would admit that. The Trafalgar poll today says job approvals 36%. That's nicks and territory. And to me, watching Joe Biden, I don't see a man who's in control of the executive branch. I see a man is being told what to do and say, so how is he going to solve all these problems that he's brought upon the nation? The inflation, higher prices everywhere, open board. Biden going to do that. So we stay ahead of those stories. And, you know, unfortunately, Americans are not able to get honest information from 90% of their news agencies and a lot of them are just lost. They just don't know what's
Bill O'Reilly and Donald Trump Hit the Road for Their 'History Tour'
"Hey everybody, welcome to this episode of the Charlie Kirk show. It is a surreal moment right now. For me to be able to interview some of that I grew up watching and that I have a great amount of respect for Bill O'Reilly is with us today. Bill, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Appreciate me and Charlie. So you have a very important announcement in something very exciting that is coming up. And I'm going to do everything I possibly can to either attend or to watch every minute of this because I know that this is not just going to be a softball interview, but it won't be a gotcha thing when you do this upcoming tour with president Donald Trump. Talk a little bit about it. I'm so excited to hear about this location dates times and how people can attend if they're interested. Okay, so we're going to be in Fort Lauderdale sunrise at the live arena. That's where the Panthers play. Saturday, December 11th. It's coming up in about ten days. And then the next day, we're going to be in Orlando, the magic play. On Sunday, December 12th, then the next weekend we're going to Houston, the Toyota center on Saturday and the American Airlines center in Dallas on Sunday.
Congress Poised to Change Tax Laws
"Charlie, you and I were emailing and the house and the senator about to change the tax laws of the United States. I've been telling people all week long as soon as that happens, they should take a number of years of their past returns, call you up and find out whether or not the right kind of client high income client. And that you've got to look at that. Am I right? They're about to change the tax laws. They're about to change a tax loss of the tax laws have wavered back and forth between various proposals, there was the wealth tax. There was the family plan and now there's build back in America. And we've been fortunate that we've had two reasonable democratic senators that have essentially allowed us to Dodge a major tax bill and I believe they've not been able to enact much of the legislation that would have affected many of our listeners, but nonetheless the Biden administration wants to substantially increase marginal rates to build back America plan has many changes in it and the reality is. I formed my CPA firm two decades ago to help clients recover dollars at the unnecessarily payment form of state and federal income taxes in most CPAs are simply historians and we do a very good job of helping clients mitigate that cost. And doing simply what other CPA don't.
Senate passes stopgap funding bill, avoiding shutdown
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the Senate Senate passes passes a a stop stop gap gap funding funding bill bill avoiding avoiding a a government government shutdown shutdown the the threat threat of of a a late late year year federal federal government government shutdown shutdown was was averted averted Thursday Thursday night night as as Congress Congress passed passed a a stopgap stopgap spending spending bill bill that that funds funds the the government government through through February February eighteenth eighteenth the the Senate Senate passed passed the the measure measure late late Thursday Thursday with with Majority Majority Leader Leader Chuck Chuck Schumer Schumer boasting boasting I'm I'm happy happy to to let let the the American American people people know know that that government government remains remains open open the the bill bill passed passed sixty sixty nine nine twenty twenty eight eight despite despite a a bid bid by by Republican Republican senator senator Mike Mike Lee Lee of of Utah Utah to to block block the the measure measure to to show show opposition opposition to to Biden Biden administration administration vaccine vaccine rules rules I I am am for for my my colleagues colleagues please please join join me me in in voting voting to to protect protect the the American American worker worker earlier earlier the the house house advanced advanced the the bill bill with with representative representative Adam Adam Kinzinger Kinzinger of of Illinois Illinois the the lone lone Republican Republican voting voting for for the the measure measure the the bill bill now now goes goes to to president president Joe Joe Biden Biden for for his his signature signature Mike Mike Crossey Crossey up up Washington Washington
House to hold vote to avoid Friday government shutdown
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the house house votes votes to to avert avert a a government government shutdown shutdown but but Senate Senate action action is is still still needed needed twenty twenty one one the the nays nays are are two two hundred hundred and and twelve twelve the the bill bill is is passed passed the the house house has has passed passed a a bill bill that that funds funds the the federal federal government government through through February February eighteenth eighteenth avoiding avoiding a a shutdown shutdown that that would would commence commence after after midnight midnight Friday Friday representative representative Adam Adam Kinzinger Kinzinger of of Illinois Illinois was was the the only only Republican Republican voting voting in in favor favor the the Senate Senate must must still still approve approve the the measure measure and and Republicans Republicans could could hold hold up up the the bill bill over over opposition opposition to to president president Joe Joe Biden's Biden's covert covert nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine mandates mandates speaking speaking to to reporters reporters earlier earlier Thursday Thursday Biden Biden voiced voiced confidence confidence there there will will be be a a shut shut down down I I don't don't believe believe that that will will happen happen we we have have everything everything in in place place to to be be able able to to make make sure sure if if there's there's a a shutdown shutdown but but in in the the fifty fifty fifty fifty Senate Senate objections objections by by even even one one senator senator could could slow slow a a final final vote vote past past Friday's Friday's midnight midnight deadline deadline causing causing a a short short term term shutdown shutdown into into the the weekend weekend Mike Mike Ross Ross yet yet Washington Washington hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi you're you're reporting reporting the the house house votes votes to to avert avert a a government government shutdown shutdown but but Senate Senate action action is is still still needed needed twenty twenty
Miranda Devine: Joe Biden Financially Benefited From Hunter Biden's Businesses
"Cabal Has anyone from what may I hate to turn mainstream media because they become sadly not mainstream But if anyone from what would old times be considered the mainstream media right Has anyone reached out to you I mean you put it together for them in this incredible book footnoted research ironclad case about all the issues going on in Hunter Biden is anyone reached out to you number one and second do you have any doubt anymore that Joe Biden's business interests after baby linsky and what you found on the laptop or intermingled with hunters Well answer that second question first Absolutely not They were bank accounts that were they shared There were debit cards they shared They were there were bills of hunter of Joe Biden that hunter according to emails hunter was expected to pay thousands of dollars in maintenance painting a few property in Delaware and so on Air conditioning and AT&T bills and so on So look I think it's clear that he was financially benefiting from hunter's businesses And also the fact that they're so much documents about the cut that he was supposed to be getting 10% for the big guy and so on As for the other media I mean no no one's called I think CNN is they're ignoring it but I wouldn't say they should be ashamed for having centered and ignored and introduced our reporting back in October before the election when it actually
Miranda Devine: The Media Is Still Avoiding the Real Hunter Biden Story
"This has been going on since the beginning of Joe Biden's career really I mean he's the center of the Delaware He won the election when he was 29 years old And from then on because Delaware is this unique state in America where so many corporations are headquartered there because of its tax laws but mainly the opacity of its corporations law He had really a lot of power in the corporate world and he was also very powerful positions on both the legislative affairs committee and the foreign affairs committee And he was faced by these corporations and these donors gave him lots of money and also other things such as grace and favor jobs for family members especially hunter And so Hunter Biden was given inflated salaries and from that money very early on straight out of college he was expected to pay bills for the rest of the family And so there were stories along the way and even The New York Times have stories I mean Byron York did some brilliant work which I thought in the book on Joe Biden sort of real estate purchases which were very dodgy back in the day MBNA which is a credit card company in Delaware board a house from him a lot higher than comparable houses nearby An executive of theirs And so there was there was quite a bit of reporting done not enough in my view But I think that influence peddling is a Washington disease
Michael J. Knowles Reacts to Mississippi Abortion Case Arguments
"And the pro life lawyers did a great job And I think you said it very well This is the issue A lot of times whenever a conservative makes any kind of argument you'll hear the liberals and the squishes push back and they'll say oh is this really the hill you want to die on And first of all I never intend to die on a hill But when it comes to this issue if there is going to be a hill to die on it's got to be this one because this is the most basic issue it is literally about life and death And as you point out if we don't stand up on this issue then conservatism doesn't make any sense America doesn't make any sense if we don't stand up on this issue In the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson predicates the country on the unalienable rights given to us by our creator those rights to life liberty and property You can't have a reliability in the pursuit of happiness might be understood as property You can't pursue happiness if you don't have liberty You can't have liberty if you don't have life It all comes down to life Go through every bite that you have in the Bill of Rights every legal right you've got in any state in this country none of them matter whatsoever if you don't have the right to life And as we have seen as we heard the lawyers discussed today the roe versus wade decision was incoherent Justice Thomas asked very well He said so is this about the right to abortion Where is that You asked me about the Second Amendment and I know where that is But the right to abortion where is that And the pro abortion lawyers ran their mouths on a filibuster basically Just tried to say a bunch of words to make it seem like a coherent sentence They have no answer There is no right to abortion in the constitution It's one of if not the single most egregious error in the history of American jurisprudence and its long past time we
Trevor Noah: Moderna Chief Not a Source You Should Trust
"Day. Trevor, Noah gets the dummy today. Now I've long said, you take Bill Mars earpiece off. You take Trevor Noah's earpiece off. John Stuart any of them. Gobert, you put them in a room with a smart man or woman who's well read, and you'll let him talk for two hours. There will be nothing left but ribbons of them. There will be cut to pieces. By anyone who knows their way around a set of facts and how to argue. They're not that bad. They're not smart. They're funny, and they have good timing, they're good comics. But Trevor Noah is a moron. Cut number 21. And while most of the world is willing to wait and see, at least one person feels comfortable about making predictions, the Moderna CEO told the Financial Times he expects the existing vaccines to be less effective against the new variant of COVID. I think it's going to be a material drop. This was on vaccine efficacy. I just don't know how much because we still need to wait for the data, but all the scientists I've spoken to are saying this is not going to be good. So on the one hand, almost all the only cron cases have been mild so far. But on the other hand, the guy who stands to gain millions of dollars from new vaccines says we need new vaccines. Huh. If we don't make a new vaccine, this disease could be with us Ferrari. I mean forever. Sorry, I was thinking of something else. Now, look, I'm not saying that the CEO of Moderna is lying. I'm not saying that at all. I'm just saying, I don't think he's the most objective source on this topic, you know? I'll wait to hear what neutral experts say about a new vaccine. People like public health officials or the CEO of Johnson & Johnson. I mean, he's got nothing a game 'cause nobody's gonna buy his vaccines either way, so I trust him. And also, if we do need a new vaccine for this new variant, it's not a big deal. All right, people. I see people online being like, we're going to get a new shot every year. There's no way. Yeah, yeah, you know what? Maybe to not die, you might need to take 15 minutes out of your year.
Democrats Know They're Going to Lose Elections, but Still Play the Long Game
"Every single thing that the left is doing it's a very it's all planned out Bernie Sanders and AOC and these other people in Congress they really believe that the ultimate goal here is transformational change of our country And they don't just mean by having Democrats elected Like it's not the goal here It's really not I know it sounds like it is but it isn't In fact they would rather lose than have moderate Democrats I use quotes around the word moderate They're not moderates but they've moderate districts that have them win in control things You think I'm kidding They believe this is a long game for them They do Long game they have plenty of time Change is hard change shakes time It's not about winning It's not about power It's about change It's about control and change If they wanted to just be in power then they would just shift whichever way the wind was shifting on things But they're not doing that You realize now they know they're going to lose in midterm elections They're not changing anything They're going full war Sensible rational people We look at the results of the election the last election we had They look at the school board elections Moms and dads coming out Speaking out saying I don't want this critical race theory I don't want you shutting down schools I'm tired of masks I'm tired of vaccine mandates They would look at what voters said in Virginia They'd look at what voters said in New Jersey They look at my man Ed durn south Jersey beating a Democrat who nobody thought could be beaten They would see what happened there and they would readjust I mean for everything you can say about the guy Bill Clinton and Democrats of the mid 90s were smart enough to realize if we don't if we don't change here we're gonna get decimated so they did They played ball with new gingrich They balanced the budget They went with this These Democrats aren't changing anything They're going full it They're actually they want to spend more money than they did the day before the election You know why Because they know they're going to
George Stephanopoulos Pretends He's Unbias yet Spent a Career Advising Democrats
"An ABC News George Stephanopoulos who I call the unbiased journalist George of Annapolis used to be Bill Clinton's campaign chief communications guy in The White House For two terms ran his campaign I mean he and James carville got Bill Clinton elected Now James carville doesn't pretend like he's a journalist He's out there as a rabid Democrat but with stephanopoulos does every Sunday when he hosts the ABC this week and when he's on Good Morning America as he pretends he's the chief political guy and he pretends like he's impartial He spent his entire career before getting to the media advising Democrats This is what I mean I could never do that Even though I've been advising Republicans my entire career And I'm a conservative talk radio host In order for me to get a job like that If they were to call me if you only want you to host meet the press Oh my God what an honor Absolutely What do I have to do Well you have to do the following Denounce Trump denounce every Republican then genuflect in front of the Democrat altar and declare yourself completely independent But they don't make Democrats do that When they give them shows they just go here Now you're a host Oh okay Well thank you That's so nice of you Thank you so
NYC OKs safe sites for drug use, aiming to curb overdoses
"New New York York City City is is opening opening authorized authorized havens havens where where people people can can come come in in off off the the street street to to inject inject narcotics narcotics new new York's York's health health commissioner commissioner says says the the city's city's first first publicly publicly recognized recognized places places for for people people to to use use heroin heroin and and illegal illegal narcotics narcotics are are open open as as of of today today they're they're known known as as overdose overdose prevention prevention centers centers and and they'll they'll be be colocated colocated with with previously previously established established syringe syringe service service providers providers users users bring bring their their own own drugs drugs and and monitors monitors watch watch for for signs signs of of overdose overdose and and can can administer administer an an antidote antidote if if needed needed proponents proponents say say the the idea idea is is harm harm reduction reduction to to save save lives lives or or bring bring people people in in from from the the streets streets in in a a statement statement mayor mayor bill bill de de Blasio Blasio who who leaves leaves office office at at the the end end of of December December says says he's he's proud proud to to show show cities cities in in this this country country that that after after decades decades of of failure failure a a smarter smarter approach approach as as possible possible in in New New York York City City over over two two thousand thousand people people died died of of overdoses overdoses last last year year researchers researchers have have estimated estimated the the proposal proposal could could prevent prevent a a hundred hundred and and thirty thirty deaths deaths a a year year and and save save the the city city millions millions of of dollars dollars opponents opponents see see the the sights sights as as a a moral moral failure failure federal federal law law bans bans operating operating a a place place for for narcotics narcotics use use last last month month prosecutors prosecutors won won their their legal legal challenge challenge against against the the Philadelphia Philadelphia group group that that was was fighting fighting to to open open a a similar similar site site I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
Bill De Blasio Urges Masks and Vaccines When South African Doctor Says Omicron Is Mild
"Thank you. It is pretty arrogant. He's pretty full of himself. And he is he does not give us the he does not recognize that we have the freedom of choice. He's all about oh, you have to get vaccinated. You have to get the booster. It's like, really? I love the fact that you're very very open to our freedom of choice. Our liberty should be is everything, Perry, and we have seen Perry. We've seen our freedoms eroded. We're losing our freedoms one by one. These Democrats think that they are their emperors and that they are taking away our freedoms and we're witnessing it. Perry, you got to see this. I got to share this with you. Now, we've already seen the interview with the lady in South Africa who discovered this variant. And she said, it's always seen as mild symptoms. I mean, here's the cover, Perry of the New York Daily News. It's a matter of days de Blasio Warren's omicron is on its way as officials urge masking and vaccine. Are you kidding me?
Jokic gets 24, Nuggets top Heat 120-111 to snap 6-game slide
"But but I I did did speak speak to to him him one one twenty twenty one one eleven eleven to to end end a a six six game game skid skid the the game game was was billed billed as as a a rematch rematch since since the the November November eighth eighth clash clash in in Denver Denver between between Nicola Nicola you'll you'll catch catch and and Miami's Miami's Markieff Markieff Morris Morris where where they they traded traded hard hard files files instead instead you'll you'll catch catch led led the the nuggets nuggets with with twenty twenty four four points points and and fifteen fifteen rebounds rebounds good good Andrea Andrea specialist specialist after after six six losses losses Aaron Aaron Gordon Gordon added added twenty twenty points points for for the the nuggets nuggets bam bam Adebayo Adebayo led led the the heat heat with with twenty twenty four four point point fifteen fifteen scored scored in in the the third third quarter quarter alone alone any any added added thirteen thirteen boards boards Miami's Miami's next next to to send send Denver's Denver's bones bones island island added added nineteen nineteen each each of of their their respective respective benches benches the the win win ended ended the the nuggets nuggets longest longest losing losing streak streak in in nearly nearly six six years years I'm I'm more more in in Ruston Ruston
"bill w" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"More of jenn ways if you boss between one or the other coaching consultant. I'm chuckling because i think you know i'm sure that one needs isn't always what people want what they perceive they think they need is what they actually need is very different. So that's a challenge for most coaches and consultants is. It is how having people see that we can help them them with what they want and then deliver what they need. Once we have the relationship established needs to be a conversation here about the client. So what sort of an attitude do they need to bring to the table to get the most from their experience working with you bill. Well within a short period of time in the initial discovery. Call a good coach and consultant can discover whether there is really that commitment to change to being uncomfortable to doing what needs to be done whether they have the resources available to them whether they have a pipe dream. And it's really about clarity knowing that you where you want to go and being willing to commit to doing what it takes to get there without that commitment. I can't help you. yes thank you. I have a friend who works in the real estate and mortgage industry and they flat out busy. It's it's certainly a a business them but it's more of a job because they are so locked into it. They're working long hours and made me think about your motto. Which is your business your life. Your way now waited this come out of this idea this motto and actually stand for it stands for exactly what you just said on. I see so many real estate agents mortgage loan originators and other sicom sola preneurs. People that are on ten ninety nine they. They are responsible for their income or their small business owners and they create a business based on their their ability to do something. Michael gerbers put comes to mind. Myth revisited technician. And you're working for a crazy person yourself. And they unfortunately too many create the the the business of the business so they start getting customers and they start getting clients and they start doing what they do and then they create a situation where the systems aren't in place to support the business they have and then they try to implement improvements and systems and they end up on this treadmill and rollercoaster. I got the roller coaster. Fees leeann feast and the treadmill the gerbil wheel or whatever you call it where they're running faster and faster but in the end like you said they have no life so your business your life your ways holistic. Look before you get buried. I was coaching jeff yesterday. I think i just mentioned his name. He's just been great for this call and and he started to implement another tactic..
"bill w" Discussed on Between Branches
"America. Just like yourself today. We're going to focus on cds and no not the type that plays music but rather the investments certificate deposits something that many of our clients own and seemed to collect year after year. Today is october first and you may or may not know this but the month of october represents the largest renewal of cds in the united states. One of the main reasons for this is that many people place their tax returns. And he's six months cd in april and have the renewal in october and as a banking professional. This creates a tremendous year. End opportunity for you looking across the landscape right now. A simple google search for the best five-year cd rate yielded and interest rate of one point. One five percent from a california base credit union and at the moment the average five year fixed annuity with a strong financial rating is hovering around the two point. Two five percent mark for years bank customers have gravitated and clung onto cd's for safety and guaranteed interest and because of this an additional one point one percent may not move the needle for them. If you bring up another safe-money alternative so for these clients. I have an exercise for you. Let's look at a fifty thousand dollar investment. Your client is being the five-year cd rate. at one. point one five percent and your bank has a five year fixed. Annuity offering what they highly rated insurance company. At two point two five percent the additional one point one percent difference each year equates to roughly three thousand dollars in additional interest over the five year term if break this down even further. That's about fifty dollars a month. This is where you turn your client and ask them. If you were walking across a parking lot and cy fifty dollar bill lying on the ground would you pick it up. The obvious answer to that would be of course. Yes so by choosing these cd over the annuity. It would be the equivalent of seaney fifty dollar bill in the ground and walking past it once a month for five years. Now that's impactful. It's also simple easy to communicate and something you can implement today in throughout the month almost sixty three million americans own a cd at a bank which is approximately twenty percent of the entire population and of those sixty three million. Almost half of them own multiple cds remember. October is seedier knew a month. So best of luck out there and take advantage of.
"bill w" Discussed on Fox and Faust | LA Kings
"Oh we took another look at it and we had our experts or medical experts Back experts You know our infectious disease control. Experts all come together and work on revised protocol that should for most cities or markets Increase the number of people can put in the building in the short term. It's not full capacity in. Some buildings may not be equipped on ju- increased Their capacity based on the systems. They have installed. So it's gonna it's really a case by case basis but it's But it's a new protocol developed by our expert with fans returning in certain markets right now and maybe. This is getting a little bit too far in the weeds but has there been a measurable impact or is there an expectation of a measurable impact in in hockey related revenue. I i know the the helmet stickers and the virtual ads and some of the scientists around the top of the dancers has helped recoup some of that for lack of a better term. Is it more kind of goodwill from teams to get people back in the building or is there a measurable impact to be had here from getting fans back in well. There's no doubt there's an impact and you know you you can measure but if If the question really is a significant impact on our overall league economic answer would be no You know the the the most I think the highest capacity that any club currently admits into their building. Forty eight hundred people Obviously well below. What a all of our clubs do on a nightly basis in non pandemic times So we look at. It's nice to have energy in the building It's nice to welcome bands back. It's nice for clubs to be able to engaged with those fans and engage their fans Again so those are all positive of of in general benefits of having people in the building but from a financial perspective. It's it's not a major impact so so well after we scheduled this interview big controversy in the nhl this week surrounding referees in your view is the matter settled or is there a further conversation to be had about how referees quote unquote managed the game in the national hockey league..
"bill w" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"But we just clicked. I don't know what it was. We just Jim transferred to ucla. Go to film school Mary then followed him out and then she she wrote me. These letters billion lebanon eric's great in island university in montreal loyal jesuit with free and a maniac for being either kicked out. I did yeah. He didn't like free spirit individuals so An advocate on my own for two years living around people in families and all of sudden. I've been a residence. This guy's telling me what to do when the term my lights out so anyway. I got a letter from mary. Said you should come down here. Love raid. You can stay with me long as you want. Sorry kicked out now on. I know what i'm doing. La so. I you hitchhike your way to l. a. Took a train to vancouver okay. Cheap ticket possible. And then i hitchhiked and they wouldn't let me across the board because i only had one hundred fifteen box so they wouldn't let me end waited. Was nighttime wait. Until i saw a pickup coming in. I just hope and pray. The guy cloherty did told him that i had to get in the state's new was helen as guy ended up pulling over in hiding under hay bails and he snapped me into the state's got in there. That's has just phenomenal hewlett. Let's let's get back. Let's go back to florida for a second. you meet mary. High school She's a senior year year three years younger than her. She's dating this guy named jim morrison What what kind of person. So everyone is listening to this and everybody. Who's heard the name. Jim morrison is good. A sort of go back to you know footage that they've seen the songs they here and they're gonna think in their mind probably similar to me. Here's is flamboyant outgoing personality. Jim so let's thir- context us leave that there for a second before we get back to. Jim really was tell me about mary. What kind of Outside of probably the most beautiful had seen until then Kind of what kind of woman wish you. What kind of girl was she. She was very smart way smarter than anybody. I ever met a smarter than her classmates. She was very engaging curious. Well read And captivating she just had a personality in when she laughs she clapper ends burst out laughing. She got great joy out of things and she got a great kickoff things and she just And i think that's why she engine clip because they were both very smart and she was little aloof. Didn't relate participate verse strange. She was actually nominated for slightness clearwater or something as it is not marriage will got into that. But she didn't she game seth under something but she is a very smart aloof and a beautiful person. And i think that's what jim saw her. She saw those the same things. Jim except jim way quieter. America and that sort of me as i'm reading the book. It's like wait a second. This is not the gym. That i think i know. And it's interesting build because over the past five years of me you know podcasting and and you know meeting people you know. I've talked to musicians athletes media personalities And so many of them will tell me if i asked the question. Tell me something. I don't know or most people don't know about you. Write a few few more than a few people have told me bill. I'm an introvert and like the guys are tv. And yelling and screaming is an introvert honesty. As i i've noticed the same thing in our i'm thinking wait a minute actually got studying on it in a hell of a lot of comedians are traverse..
"bill w" Discussed on Welcome To The Music
"Said what you should be getting this rating so but a month later just for the hell of it. I open a bottle of wine and road. Thousand words never having written before in a send it to him and he said this is really great stuff. You need to do more so three months went by and then you know i wrote another twelve hundred words in senate off fifteen hundred in forty. Eight thousand were later was a book. Just just total happenstance as crazy as i'm reading the book bill. I go this guy's like forced gump. Yeah you remember like he. I want the movie sort of did all of these iconic moments in history back in the sixties. And as i'm reading this. I'm going. Oh my goodness he meets jim on a big neil young faneuil made bruce palmer you you you. You're at the academy awards You there's a can't remember the name of the rights and la. You're there. I think ryan's it's like you're everywhere you meet You just meet you more some you guys. You like best friends. I have you meet ray psych. Wow and then. I managed to get into that Hollywood palace where the guard of finally let me in at night s right. Yeah no i tell capable back then. It was a fearless time. There was no fear right. There is today so you did anything. I quite not going confident. Young guy and i just i couldn't wait for the next adventure and i was totally open to it but there wasn't any fear. Thousands of people were hitchhiking. Never heard about somebody being heard or it just wasn't very different easy. Free time. I wanted to ask you about that because it seemed like you shocked. Everywhere you hitchhiked Into the states across the border you hitchhiked across the states. You would hitchhike locally you know just you know a bunch of miles down one way and it seems to me that there was a culture like a hitch hundred. That's the right word but like a hitchhiking culture. I'm old enough to remember people on the side of the street with their thumbs out Whether it's on the full one in toronto war in what have you. Don't see that anymore. Tom tell tell me about hitchhiking must be so many adventures besides the ones that you chronicle this book. Well the thing is that there was thousands and thousands of young people hitchhiking. Was you know they were dropping out at remember timothy leary tune in turn on drop out and they were Just a free transportation live. Kids didn't cars and it was just the way to get around. You'd meet interesting people off. They they may be by a lunch and drop. You hear the end. There was also rules. Like if you're on a stretch of highway where there was a hedge acres you'd give enough space between each one on was just like an unwritten rule. Okay your first and then we'll wait. It was a very open lot..
"bill w" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Hi this is tony tomato. Welcome to sci-fi talk today from the icon press conference from nineteen ninety six. We have bill mooney. Who was linear on babylon five and his best known for playing will robinson on lost in space..
"bill w" Discussed on AA Beyond Belief
"The yeah, but basically, you know, putting agnostics and atheists down and and trying to convince you that you'll believe and stuff like that so channeling the the energy to to something that is a little more productive job. But again, the reason I brought it up as when we were talking about it is that's when you know pre-owned. So now people can attract and circular meetings everywhere. And so a lot of the people that are listening to our podcast now may not ever have to attend a secular meet or I mean the traditional meeting them again, even if they live in in Far Away places because of a zoom and a lot of our meetings are still going to be on Zoom long after the silver so, you know how long I've had to adjust that a little bit because some of the people that I work with now are people who contact me to ask for help or guidance or anything on the steps. It's not as bad as much of an issue because they vary have more options and don't necessarily have to attend a meeting where this chapter is read out loud and and such off. Anyway, it was just a something that I thought of when we were talking about. This is that yeah, that's kind of how I used to do things. But now I don't know that I need to do that anymore. I found that that the staying sober without God introduction like the first chapter of it pretty much takes care of that. You know, I think it says it in a better way and so when you're talking about rewriting it, I'm like, well, I don't think I'd rewrite it. You know, I would just, you know, leave it as a historical document and and and then I would use some other material and as we can see we have lots of different material now and and I'm sure that that will get some more out there as as things continue, but you did rewrite it. So I read some of what took you I now the reason I did it is this was back in 2014. That was yeah. It was a while ago. It seems like it anyway wage. At that time that was when I was coming out as an atheist to my home group, and it was a very difficult time for me because I it wasn't it wasn't really accepted by by everybody and at all, you know, really and I was so uncomfortable at that at that group and it was a bunch of people that I've been around for some twenty-five years and I suddenly feel like I had to walk on eggshells when I was around them and to tip toe over all the words that I would hear in the meetings and try to hold back what I really wanted to say. It was just incredibly frustrating. So I wrote a lot back then and there he comes back and I wrote from hi Dale. I'm just blabbering right now. I'm going to continue blabbering for a little bit. I'm talking about my mind we account. I was telling it Angela I go away. Yeah, you you dropped off you dropped off. I think it was your internet. Yeah. Yeah. But anyway, so we're going to get back to you Dale. Okay. We're just talking about how you know rewrote this. Angela was talking and I agree with Angela her for her point was that you know, the big book should just be in historical document. No need to rewrite it. It just move on. We have more modern literature now nowadays and she said well John you did rewrite this and I said, yeah I did but the reason that I did was for my own benefit. I was I was coming from the perspective of that was how I understood recovery was the big book and what I was doing at that time is I was reinterpreting it in my own way and my own secular way off and when I when I read that chapter to the agnostics, I really felt that Bill W missed the boat there because it really could have been an opportunity to try to bring together for Many people together rather than to divide them into camps of of believers who are right and non-believers who need to convert and so when I wrote it, I'm just going to read one little paragraph that I thought I wrote that just kind of summarizes. I think how I I felt it could be more I guess. I don't know. This is what she wrote that we respect and honor the experiences of our more religious members. We agnostics and atheists do not believe this help comes from God. However, we find no conflict with those who choose to Define their experience and spiritual terms. We share the Believers humbling admission of powerlessness over alcohol and we recognize that we must seek help from a power that is greater than ourselves out for many of us who are agnostic or atheist. This power comes from the combined experience of our fellow alcoholics who preceded us in recovery. So I'm just basically saying there that you know, we have more in common than not it's just that you know, those who believe in God they're going to describe their recovery and what empowers them to sign a sober a little bit differently than one who's an atheist. But when you really get down to the experience is essentially the same and anyway, so but they they didn't go that route when they bought a 1939. So anyway Dale back to you. Oh, okay. I don't know what you missed or what you didn't I was in a rambling and then it occurred to me that nobody was listening to something was wrong, but you're absolutely right. You know, how may we all have our own paths? And the truth is I think we all kind of do..
"bill w" Discussed on Bill Cunningham
"Murder of Taya Grant Police officer. Who was killed? I think allegedly used the term. But I think it actually did transpire involving state of versus Terry blankenship and Joe Dealers. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham. Show in about twenty minutes ago What was announced by you? Well the Hamilton County grand jury returned an indictment against Terry blankenship who If you recall. Bill was involved in a police chase Couple of spring police officers one in particular Chi- grants Thirty three years old but on the four seven or eight years very well respected officer. She was out of her car. They were going to try to deploy stop sticks. There is no traffic at all on to seventy five west in Springdale They didn't even get time. To deploy those stop sticks and blankenship was in the second of the far right lane. He clearly based on officers following him. saw the police vehicles and the police officers out of their cars and swerved across two or three lanes of traffic and struck and killed officer. Grants that indictment today The purpose will killing eventually officer while in. The line of duty is in fact. A death penalty case grain. Jerry return a death penalty indictment against blankenship. And now we start that process but I. It's just my personal opinion bill and I'm sure you're not far from it either The murder of police officer on duty is one despicable acts. Anyone could possibly do and and quite frankly he deserves to die for this. Under under Ohio law the punishment appropriate. The Supreme Court says is appropriate and my office will employees all resources to make sure that KYW's family and the community get some justice. In this case officer kind grant was a student. Wyoming High School graduating in twenty five spent seven years seven months as a police officer and as far as evidence. Normally when there's a traffic incident you don't assume it's a murder because you assume there was some loss of control the vehicle is there. Is there coaching evidence that This murderer Terry blankenship intended to take the death and take the life of a police officer based upon objective evidence. Yeah well this. This case started Clinton County you know by Wilmington and he had broken into his estranged wife's bartender home And confronted her with a gun and pistol whipped. Her boyfriend got back in the car and was texting and say in and made it very clear. that he was not going to be going back to jail he was not gonna be taken alive. So you're dealing with a very any and he had a gun and you're dealing with a very dangerous criminal who is armed and has pledged to you will not be taken alive and in that context Hey swerved across lanes and struck and killed so we think and believe firmly it was a purposeful act and You know will will take it to a jury and see what they think. But we're very confident About the facts of this case and what we have can media reporting at the time that Terry blankenship murdered police officer. Granny also tried to kill himself by by putting a gun up to his head he he such loser. He wasn't successful in doing so. I guess he blew off off his face but it's alive and able to face to face trial years he is he. I was at his arraignment and You know he shot himself under the jaw. I just exited front part of his face. And that's what happened and You know it the whole the reason we know he did. That himself is when he struck high her body. Cam turned on and she. You know frankly laid there dying and you could hear the gunshot the background from her body Cam. Well hopefully unlike some COP killers. There'll be a full measure of justice for Terry blankenship that he did not give officer Kaya Grant. Course you'll be long out of office by the time. This has ever carried out in twenty to thirty years. If this is the normal course of business what is the average time. A death penalty sentences pending before execution is in at fifteen to thirty years. It is currently it. Depends on the makeup of our Supreme Court And how they processed through these cases you know there there are there supreme courts in states like in Texas that move them very quickly and they don't mess around with them But these you know. These are most significant cases on the criminal side that we ever deal with and the have a young bright police officer have her life snuffed out because he quote was not going to be taken alive. I mean that's just so it's an obscenity is what it is. Bill is so outrageous that he would do something. Like this and We're going to. We're going to go after him as hard as we can. All Right Joe. Thank you very much and May Kaya grant rest in peace in her family. Find Peace at some point and Jodi thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham. Show thank you okay bill. Thanks so Jodi. Let's continue Wyoming High School. She was a avid athlete. She participated in soccer and softball and skateboarding and snowboarding and rock climbing and swimming and Taichi and tennis and basketball. She was offered numerous scholarships decided to go to William and Mary Comeback. In service to our community. She was murdered. And I pray to God that we have prosecutors in the future that will make sure cases like this. The perpetrators are properly executed. Let's continue with more on Eddie in the rocker next at your own. The reds newsradio. Seven hundred wwl to be..
"bill w" Discussed on Bill Cunningham
"Person on earth? Then Chrissy Teigen what I don't eat. Why is that one impressed with her? She doesn't nothing she's like she's done model. That's kind of the point of models. Nothing though issue. I mean. She made several sports illustrated. Once or twice. I think on the cover magazine twice mean your model to. You should put down your resume. Unbelievable now rock. You gave an interview to the that. I'm looking at right now about the no fun. League on white maybe reds baseball is actually going to happen and so if the reds that's not the reds it's M. L. Major League baseball players association. They got her a great. If you're Joey votto and your schedule to make twenty five million dollars and somebody tells you take away eighty percent of your money and give you six million dollars and you pay half of that in tax anyway. So net out. Would you work for three million dollars a mere one million dollars a month? Isn't that insulting I would. But here's the deal. I think I look at it and a lot of people look at it of through the Lens of. Oh my God look what great. Goodwill Sport of baseball could do that. They put all these differences aside. Forget the money for the sake of the fan for infants. Sick of the average slipped out. There we're going to go out there and play baseball no matter what but. I think what we may be overestimating is how much players care about the legacy of baseball. I think they care more about themselves. Right all this care mostly about ourselves right and and I just wonder if we're way too much on it seems to me the players are saying. I WanNa make as much money as I can while I have the short amount of time to play this whether baseball goes on ten or twenty years from now isn't my concern now. Is that right or wrong? I say it's wrong but I'm saying it's probably reality when it comes to these guys in the latest. I saw other today is that there's a lot of You know there's not a lot of movement here and if they don't get something going by next week I don't see how you can have a an early spring training in June and then with the hopes of playing baseball on July fourth. But don't get done by this week. I don't see how I don't see it happen. I don't know Rachel your reaction to maybe no reds baseball. And this is an attempt to break the Union the player's Union Because you're pitting the lowest play paid players who will make the most money. percentage wise compared to that five percent of players. That get the most money and they are trying to break the union that will be The real question actually not whether or not we get baseball but if they can break the union with this. That'll never happen. The players will say that said I talked to someone connected to the reds front office very close and she told me that there more worried about next year or the year after they're worried about the entire structure baseball.
"bill w" Discussed on Bill Cunningham
"Person on earth? Then Chrissy? What I don't eat! Why is that one impressed with her? She doesn't nothing she's like she's done model. That's kind of the point of models nothing. Though issue. I mean she made. Several sports illustrated once or twice I think on the cover magazine twice see. Your model to you should put down your resume. Unbelievable now rock. You gave an interview to the that I'm looking at right now about the no fun league on White, maybe reds baseball is actually going to happen, and so if the reds, that's not the reds. It's M. L.. Major League. Baseball Players Association. They got her a great. If you're Joey votto and your schedule to make twenty five million dollars, and somebody tells you take away eighty percent of your money, and give you six million dollars, and you pay half of that in tax anyway, so net out. Would you work for three million dollars a mere one million dollars a month? Isn't that insulting? I would, but here's the deal I. Think I look at it and a lot of people. Look at it of through the Lens of all my God. Look what great goodwill sport of baseball could do that. They put all these differences aside. Forget the money for the sake of the fan for infants. Sick of the average slipped out there. We're going to go out there and play baseball. No matter what, but I think what we may be overestimating is how much players care about the legacy of baseball. I think they care more about themselves right all this care mostly about ourselves right and and I just wonder if we're way too much on. It seems to me. The players are saying. I WANNA. Make as much money as I. Can while I have the short amount of time to play this? Whether Baseball goes on ten or twenty years from now isn't my concern now. Is that right or wrong? I say it's wrong but I'm saying it's probably reality when it comes to these guys in the latest I saw other today is that there's a lot of you know. There's not a lot of movement here and if they don't get something going by next week, I don't see how you can have a an early spring training in June, and then with the hopes of playing baseball on July fourth, but don't get done by this week. I don't see how I don't see it happen I don't know Rachel your reaction to maybe no reds baseball. Baseball and this is an attempt to break the Union. The player's Union because you're pitting the lowest play paid players who will make the most money percentage wise compared to that five percent of players that get the most money, and they are trying to break the union that will be the real question, actually not whether or not, we get baseball, but if they can break the union with this, that'll never happen. The players will say that said I talked to someone connected to the reds front office very close, and she told me that there more worried about next year or the year after they're worried about the entire structure baseball.
"bill w" Discussed on Bill Cunningham
"You have all these governors. Were going to file data. We're going to follow the science. Except unless there's an eighty six percent at eight six degrees Sunday then everybody's out in the boardwalk laying on top of each other and the beaches. Well lastly I would say that here in Ohio. There has not been one grade school middle school high school or college kid not one in the state of Ohio has died. Covert nineteen not one and you would think out of one point seven million kids from the from six years old at twenty two. What I of Covid nineteen pandemic and it hasn't happened there acting as if in Ohio and other states as if there's a pandemic but nobody's coming to it and so we're shutting down schools arguing whether it open up colleges August when we've had no deaths in Ohio in fact in the entire state of Ohio. There's been five hundred. Total ohioans outside of nursing homes. That have died since January which is a death rate of four per one hundred thousand residents. And so it's like trying to kill a housefly with a shotgun in your bedroom. You may kill the housefly. But you're going to take the whole bedroom in the process and I would like governor. Staff facts determine their actions and of public policy is based upon flawed modeling. I would say changed the policy but some want to keep their head down. And Lastly Governor Cuomo signed legislation. Granting hospital a nursing home executives immunity from lawsuits related to covert nineteen while taking about a million dollars in lobbing money from healthcare industry group. What do you think about that? I think is thank God first of all that none of the one point seven million schoolchildren's to say Pass from Kobe. But you raise an important point. I know this is probably on governor wind. Mind as well. Which is we have to stop being afraid to go outside to stop being afraid to live with a little bit of risk for high reward which is to get back to some kind of normalcy and as we continue to develop the therapeutics and vaccines we at the same time. It turns out Americans in Ohio and bill can follow instructions. We not wash your hands and wear masks since apart and all that stuff at some point you have to trust people to do what they're supposed to do to get on with life and and I want to just go back to what I said you've got more people in California. According to doctor who died of suicide. We've made it to the Cova. Nineteen from covid nineteen itself. So imagine what we're doing to kids. There's an article in the New York Times today about all these lost school year for college students. They're crying they're depressed. They're anxious they just all of a sudden he was a different in this. The academic and social structure that school provides hasn't taken away from them. And at what cost. You have to ask yourself. It may have been smart response at the time. They visible enemy persist. But people are not invisible. They are very visible. We can't create a whole new class of forgotten man. Forgotten forgotten students forgotten seniors. Because of this and I have trust in your Governor Governor Mike DeWine To to do the right thing I know he. He locked down early. I know he's been trying to reopen safely as well but may I remind everybody. The president allowed each and every governor to do this on their own time. Line folks off fifty governors now have a reopening plan mayor of DC. Muriel bowser here. I'm working in the White House. They'll she said we have to be locked down through July. I think it was at some point. She now lifting at this Friday so they are starting to change the armageddon worst case scenario predictions and getting back to some semblance of normalcy. And let's see what happens. I by the way. The last governor really has to do some soul-searching here Democrat Roy Cooper of North Carolina. He's gotTa tell North Carolinians. Hey the tens of millions of dollars in revenue that you were promised contracted anticipated and are relying upon may go out the door because I may not open up North Carolina in time for the Republican National Convention scheduled for the end of August three months from now for God's sake all of a sudden he can't commit to having it open in some modified passion. So it's up to that governor. Tell the people in his state why that convention went away and all the revenue that went with it in any time of the year let alone during the economic recovery following the global pandemic and we have about a thirty seconds remaining. Lastly the twitter wars with the president Every day every moment. He's fact checked by everybody in the world and I have a twitter account. You have The president's got like eighty million followers is the president serious in his efforts to make sure twitter. It's fair to him. By maybe taking away. Their power to conduct social media. The president is very clear about social media not being suppression tool for conservative voices. And I found it really rich and ironic that the fact checkers clone closed that twitter relied upon CNN and the Washington Post themselves. Hey Bill where do we go to get our two and a half years back collusion illusion delusion that that is one big fact. Check the Muller Investigation and nonsense impeachment all this junk constantly and I think that the president realizes that he is responsible for what I call the democratization of information that the same people get a presidential communication all at the same time the plumber on the job looking at phone to stay at home. Mom The billionaire. Ceo They all get a presidential communication at the same time. He wants to make sure that conservative voices are not surprised that we shouldn't be anyway but we really shouldn't be since we have no showing no representation in the mainstream media whatsoever. We know they vote for the Democratic presidential candidate. They're proud of that. We know they give them a lot of forbearance when it comes to not fact checking them or truth checking And so we just have to make sure that social media platforms are open and fair and the president is probably the most famous if not most prolific user of social media. And it's important and we'll tell people he thinks it's a big reason why he wanted the first place and it's a good way for him to get his message out You know bus through the silence and the noise that sometimes exists within the mainstream media healing conway. Thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham. Show once again. Please give my best to the trumpster. He's doing a great job. I Farewell Bell. Thank you so much. God bless you bless America? Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham. Newsradio seven hundred. Wwl W Paul..
"bill w" Discussed on Bill Cunningham
"The great. American instead of cursing, the Darkness Summer Lighting a candle hope I think the graduates in highschool of not received their just desserts so busking bakery to give desserts Dan busking ruskin bakery. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show Danny. How are you? Doing Great, are you tell tell the American people what has asking bakery doing to give the graduates their just desserts? What a tried today! That traditional graduation ceremony a celebration, so we decided to honor every graduate in Cincinnati Ohio and Northern Kentucky with a free graduation Kate. How does someone planet because Tony Bender? My producers like seventy three years old and he enjoys eating things for nothing. He's like a Democrat. So how do you prove whether or not someone's a high school graduate? This Springer School Id, and or where you black tap if you have one, Brad Count whatever you can do to prove that you're a graduating senior. We'd love to give you a I. How long will this go on Danny busking if at all? This is from Friday at Hyde Park store only I go there to get those fluffy. glaze croissants. I like those many times I go there. Dan Boskin and they're already sold out. So can you get more of those flaky busking Gres Khorasan's. I'll make sure we have a your producer down and we'll send him. Tony Bender likes the heat's about six or seven I'm so today, which is course Wednesday Thursday through Friday only at the high park busking go in there if you're a graduating senior northern Kentucky About Indiana Absolutely. Tristate you go there to busking bakery in Hyde. Park and they'll give you a free graduation cake, and while you're there. You might want to get some of those delays Khorasan's. Out Great. Any other house business by the way because you're one of the institutions. Not, kind of make this tristate Great House busking bakery during these difficult days. we're making it work. We're trying to make some better if you know what I mean It's been hard on us. We had to close. Locations, we were going to. Talk about that. Have failed patients. And played a lot of folks but We're GONNA, make it through what reopening passionately. We're GONNA WE'RE GONNA make sure we're. We're still around for all of our Cincinnati hands. And how many years is buskens.
"bill w" Discussed on Bill Cunningham
"You could barely move unique all over your joints. Your filled with a horrible infections and you can't move. Unlike other illnesses like Ebola, that Ebola has nearly a one hundred percent death rate, and that's another corona vars. A common cold is corona vars so and then at the spectrum of you're not GonNa die, which is the common cold, and then the Abullah Khurana Vars at the other end somewhere toward you're not gonNA. Die Is covert nineteen. Because if in fact, CDC is right, and for those who actually have the corona covert nineteen hours, which is a Avars, only zero point, four percent die. That means what ninety nine point six percent live. What the hell are we doing all this stuff for an anyway? What lot? Why is that? Why is it going on? And so some people are spooked. They're scared. They don't WanNa go out I speak to older couples quite often and younger folks who tell me this is a bunch of BS. That they don't believe what the media and the politicians have done to our great country and our great state whether it's Kentucky Ohio, Indiana. That's like trying to kill a fly in your living room with a shotgun. You may eventually kill the fly. You've taken everything out and the process. This is taken everything out I went last night in Kenwood to fairly Nice restaurant where the average tickets probably. Thirty five or forty dollars per person. I walked in clean as a whistle and there were three tables in that restaurant. I don't know how you make I want to. One of my favorite pizza joints in Norwood shut down to further notice Cooper's Hawk which is right there fine restaurant. No no dining service at all. And so I'm thinking. Is The cure worse than the disease? Democrats say we ought to be doing more in this Gallup poll. How about this Democrats Eighty? Seven percent of Democrats say the Avars is greater than the flu and represents a risk to these an economics arrive ability of this country. So Democrats look at this saying you gotTA. Wear mask you gotta stay home government. Support me. Republicans are saying. I don't always have to wear a mask. The reaction has been to great. Let's get back to business. Get back to work. And my twitter grant last night I I, said to the governor. That you have until tomorrow at two o'clock to Reopen Ohio and let adults figure out what to do especially when it comes to high school graduations or opening the casinos casinos that has got to happen the so-called stay home order expires on. On Friday or Saturday? We know what the risk is. We know those who drive a car on interstate. Seventy five have a great arrest and people that don't drive a car, so we take remedies necessary to alleviate against the potential risks and damage for those who smoke cigars or cigarettes or smoke, marijuana are smoke a pipe for those who who died in a swimming pools or operate boats on the High River. Lay Cow. Go Lake, Erie whatever it might be. There are risk involved in life all the time, so we mitigate against him. To say as our good governor has done and I say that repeatedly at some point Mike One and I will be back together because his heart is sound. Is Judgment Not so much, but nonetheless he is a good man. I can't say that about John used or Dr Amy. ACTON but I've Mike Dewine a long time. He's a good person. Is Wife is darling? He's got good. Kids got good grandkids I. Don't Question Person I questioned him is judgment because what happened is this then? We gotta take breaks seven, four, nine, seven thousand. I've been in hundreds of jury trials. And there's a charge given by the judge to each jury member and match diamond for example if you're on a jury. And the judge speaks to you at the end of the case kind of giving you the framework of what to do. When enter the jury room. The judge I'm paraphrasing at some point says it's my advice to you. Ladies and gentlemen the jury when you go into the jury room. Not, to express too quickly, your opinion of guilt or innocence, because what occurs then is that when other jurors present more function arguments about guilt or innocence, because you've come out and a group with the other. Other eleven jurors and you have said that guy's guilty or that guy's innocent. Your sense of pride may be aroused, and so as others make more cogent arguments on the other side of your fence. You May WanNa stick to your original belief out of a false sense of pride, bravado and be somebody in that German. So what happened this case in March Mike? Dewine Amy Acton, Russia's in with these statistics from the I.. h. m. e. and from London Imperial College and which breaking down Ohio's numbers Mike Dewine was told that eighty thousand ohioans would be dead by August that the emergency rooms would be overwhelmed. The hospitals would be packed that it would look like northern Italy. And then if we don't act now to shutdown, Ohio that more ohioans will die and they're gonNA die horribly gasping for breath. And so Mike. Dewine called other governors and other states. And he was told exactly the same thing. That to Mike DeWine, attorney. Prosecutor and Attorney General doesn't have much experience when it comes to health matters and everyone from Dr Faouzi on down by the middle of March was saying this was the big one. This is what we've been waiting for. So Mike Dewine on March twenty third. Authorized Dr Amy Acton to shelter in place shutdown. Stay home home incarceration. Don't go to work. Don't open businesses. You can't be on the streets. Do Nothing. Because the wave is forming. I guess somewhere in West Virginia coming down the Ohio River the Mananga Hilo the allegany in the Ohio confluence in Pittsburgh, this wave is coming down the river, and when it gets to Cincinnati, and it's going to wipe out saint. Elizabeth's try health good SAM deaconess Christ. They're all gone because we're going to have. If eighty thousand are going to die, that means in Hamilton, county. County in the Southwest Ohio, there's going to be about ten thousand dead people, which means ten times that number in the hospital, being cared for there'd be a one hundred thousand in the tri-state, and throughout the state of Ohio Eighty Thousand Dead Means Eight, hundred thousand in the hospital, and by the way you know how many hospital beds are in the entire state of Ohio. The answer is thirty four thousand total beds from Cleveland to Cincinnati from Toledo to Steubenville Dash. To Marietta, we have a total of thirty four thousand beds, so are sets. Mike Dewine saying Oh. My God you mean. We have thirty four thousand total hospital beds in the entire state of Ohio and we're going to have. Eight hundred thousand people coming of thirty four thousand beds yet the Duke Energy Center ready and the out the hospitals sound the alarm. We're all about to die. Then every week that went by backed every day. For the first two months,.
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"You could barely move unique all over your joints your filled with a horrible infections. And you can't move. Unlike other illnesses like Ebola that Bola has nearly a one hundred percent. Death rate. And that's another corona vars. A common cold is corona vars. So and then at the spectrum of you're not GonNa die which is the common cold and then the Abullah Khurana Vars at the other end somewhere toward you're not GonNa die is covert nineteen because if in fact. Cdc is right and for those who actually have the corona covert nineteen hours which is a avars only zero point four percent die that means what ninety nine point six percent live? What the hell are we doing all this stuff for an anyway? What Lot why is that? Why is it going on and so some people are spooked? They're scared they don't WANNA go out. I speak to older couples quite often and younger folks who tell me this is a bunch of BS that they don't believe what the media and the politicians have done to our great country and our great state whether it's Kentucky Ohio Indiana. That's like trying to kill a fly in your living room with a shotgun. You may eventually kill the fly. You've taken everything out and the process. This is taken everything out. I went last night in Kenwood to fairly Nice restaurant where the average tickets probably thirty five or forty dollars per person. I walked in clean as a whistle and there were three tables in that restaurant. I don't know how you make. I want to one of my favorite pizza joints and Norwood shut down to further notice. Cooper's Hawk which is right there. Fine restaurant no No dining service at all. And so I'm thinking is the cure worse than the disease. Democrats say we ought to be doing more in this Gallup poll. How about this? Democrats eighty seven percent of Democrats. Say the AVARS is greater than the flu. And represents a risk to these an economics arrive ability of this country so Democrats look at this saying you gotTa Wear Mask You. GotTa stay home. Government support me. Republicans are saying. I don't always have to wear a mask. The reaction has been to great. Let's get back to business. Get back to work and my twitter grant last night. I I said to the governor that you have until tomorrow at two o'clock to Reopen Ohio and let adults figure out what to do especially when it comes to high school graduations or opening the Casinos Casinos. That has got to happen. The so-called stay home order expires on on Friday or Saturday. We know what the risk is. We know those who drive a car on interstate. Seventy five have a great arrest and people that don't drive a car so we take remedies necessary to alleviate against the potential risks and damage for those who smoke cigars or cigarettes or smoke. Marijuana are smoke a pipe for those who who died in a swimming pools or operate boats on the high river lay cow. Go Lake Erie. Whatever it might be. There are risk involved in life all the time. So we mitigate against him to say as our good governor has done and I say that repeatedly at some point Mike One and I will be back together because his heart is sound is judgment not so much but nonetheless. He's a good man. I can't say that about John. Used or Dr Amy Acton. But I'm Mike Dewine a long time. He's a good person is wife is darling. He's got good. Kids got good grandkids. I don't question person. I questioned him is judgment because what happened is this then we gotta take breaks seven. Four nine seven thousand. I've been in hundreds of jury trials and there's a charge given by the judge to each jury member and match diamond for example. If you're on a jury and the judge speaks to you at the end of the case kind of giving you the framework of what to do when enter the jury room. The judge I'm paraphrasing at some point says it's my advice to you ladies and gentlemen the jury when you go into the jury room not to express too quickly your opinion of guilt or innocence because what occurs then is that when other jurors present more function arguments about guilt or innocence. Because you've come out and a group with the other other eleven jurors and you have said that guy's guilty or that guy's innocent. Your sense of pride may be aroused and so as others make more cogent arguments on the other side of your fence. You May WanNa stick to your original belief out of a false sense of pride bravado and be somebody in that German. So what happened? This case in March Mike Dewine Amy Acton Russia's with these statistics from the I. h. m. e. and from London Imperial College and which breaking down Ohio's numbers. Mike Dewine was told that eighty thousand ohioans would be dead by August that the emergency rooms would be overwhelmed. The hospitals would be packed that it would look like northern Italy. And then if we don't act now to shutdown Ohio that more OHIOANS will die and they're gonNA die horribly gasping for breath and so Mike. Dewine called other governors and other states and he was told exactly the same thing that to Mike Dewine Attorney Prosecutor and attorney. General doesn't have much experience when it comes to health matters and everyone from Dr Faouzi on down by the middle of March was saying this was the big one. This is what we've been waiting for. So Mike Dewine on March twenty third authorized Dr Amy Acton to shelter in place shutdown. Stay home home incarceration. Don't go to work. Don't open businesses? You can't be on the streets. Do nothing because the wave is forming. I guess somewhere in West Virginia coming down the Ohio River the MANANGA. Hilo the allegany in the Ohio confluence in Pittsburgh. This way is coming down the river and when it gets to Cincinnati and it's going to wipe out Saint Elizabeth's try health. Good Sam deaconess Christ. They're all gone because we're going to have if eighty thousand are going to die that means in Hamilton County in the Southwest Ohio. There's going to be about ten thousand dead people which means ten times that number in the hospital being cared for there'd be a one hundred thousand in the tri-state and throughout the state of Ohio. Eighty thousand dead means eight hundred thousand in the hospital and by the way you know. How many hospital beds are in the entire state of Ohio? The answer is thirty. Four thousand total beds from Cleveland to Cincinnati from Toledo to Steubenville Dash to Marietta. We have a total of thirty four thousand beds so are sets Mike Dewine saying Oh my God you mean we have thirty four thousand total hospital beds in the entire state of Ohio. And we're going to have eight hundred thousand people coming of thirty four thousand beds yet. The Duke Energy Center ready and the out. The hospitals sound the alarm. We're all about to die then. Every week. That went by backed every day for the first two months.
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"And about an hour, so I'm going to have on state Senator Stephen Huffman as you may know, he's in northern part of Montgomery. County north thereof, and he's got great influence on the budget, and the state of Ohio has about four hundred million dollar monthly deficit, four hundred million. And he says we have to coney and cuts of he's said on a press release about twenty percent across the board I can't imagine if Columbus gets money from the feds. They're gonNA. Pass it onto Cincinnati. Some they to this is this is the money that. Is obliged to be distributed local jurisdictions. The question is what form is going to be used, and at one point. We thought we were GONNA get a forty five million and we're about to receive the first fifteen million, which will be very very helpful but there are some some move to change the formula two plus a additional thirty million, and we may end up getting a lot less than other jurisdictions townships, and the like will get more so and and I'm not sure that reflects the relative need in terms of citizens and the health health situations in the light, but. We'll be whatever it is. Whatever you say about David Man you're a steady hand. I talked to Brian comes on. We said when interviewed you about forty years ago. You had gray hair. At that point. You might recall the Gary Burbank. Did bits on your hair say thirty, five forty, which I thought was pretty funny stuff if somebody would have said in the nineteen eighties. That Dave Dave man tap on the shoulder. Phil Taller for tap on Heyday by the way you're going to run for mayor and twenty twenty, one. What would you thought that was conceivable? Now? Of course not no thought is crazy, but. so far knock on what I've been blessed with good health and I have energy and I think it's important. I I tend to pursue it and We're GONNA have a lot of fun. talking about the future of the city and Obviously the voters will decide and either way I accept the verdict. Do. Do you understand politically? This is a shot across the bow of pagey sitting. Faldo set things up to become the next mayor. He's eager. He's young. He's fuller urine in vinegar. Mindy got the old hand coming out of the woods like Cincinnati's. Sees this as a shot across the bow PG, or he's obviously running. And now US running. I'd be surprised if there are more, but by the time he gets the primary next May, if not more than two. That won't even be a primer. They'll just pick the election. In November, but it's. It's hard to imagine that given the composition. The city that two two white males would be the only candidates I'm not sure it's healthy for the community, but. Does it help you if I endorse you or does it help you if I oppose you? Which is helpful to you? Value Support so That's my answer. Go ahead, please. Jason fell. You got it one thousand percent now I. Don't know who else might run, but over that guy you my support that may hurt you greatly by. You've got my support for that guy. One thousand percent well I think people a Treasury your opinion so i. Well I have lots of opinions. No answers and we don't know what's going to happen I mean God knows in Cincinnati will survive somehow N- a year or two or ten years. It's still going to be here. The issue is the shape in the form. Many cities are emptying out I. Think of my years spent a New York. City and I'm thinking boy that doesn't function, but Cincinnati ought to function. We ought to be able to move forward because of the assets and. And the big companies and corporations, the events sports sporting events that we ought to be able to function, and we can function if we have the attitudes of Charles. P Taft Murray season good, that's the attitude. Those compatriots of yours and I think that's the attitude. Would you encourage people to look at a person's background what they stand for? And whether they WANNA use as stepping stone to something else and decide whether we're gonNA have a stable mayor for the next four years. All that goes into the decision Division that a person paints the. Record that they bring to the discussion. their commitment to to stay not run for another office. sure all those things are are part of it and You know that's part of what it campaign is about and we're GONNA. Have a long campaign. That would plenty of opportunity for discussion about all those things and more so the primaries like eleven months away in May early May Hey. Dave! Jimmy questions for me about Sports Politics World, Capitals Cincinnati history something that's confused. You're over the years. Lots of confused me over the years. That's why I listen every day Willie so just. Just now that some some of us are taking the. Direction from you. I'm not supporting, too. Many people went to Harvard because I've known you and your family for like forty years I will say this. I support David Man. Thank you. I'm not sure if that's going to help her, but I know you bet San Phil Taller for the whole thing. You ran the city fairly well over two different decades and a and you'll stand for reelection thinking twenty twenty-five. You may leave off as four in the year twenty thirty. Fifty Years After. Let's not get too far ever so. Good luck to you and We'll see what happens. Can thank you thank you? Let's continue with more. On Youtube but Mike McConnell sent me a text in which is a reference, some of the incredible bits that Gary Burbank did on the hair of David, Mann and Brian Combs told me a few minutes ago that when he started in radio about Nineteen eighty-four, David. Man was old. So, let's continue with more. Get your thoughts. And what's coming up with? The governor is not gonNA understand speak at two o'clock today will speaker to o'clock tomorrow at your home of the reds hopefully newsradio seven hundred wwl. Night I don't know what happened. The music at died, but Thank you for listening couple issues coming up. We're going to get into this later on after one o'clock today I'm GonNa put on Senator Huffman is.
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"The Billy Cunningham. The great American coming up in about an hour and a half. Or so we'll be Kellyanne conway from the White House. Also later on standing and Brian busking about giving all the high school. Grads in the tri-state Area Ohio Kentucky and Indiana a free graduation cake a bus can bakery in Hyde Park also. Later on his Kevin Jackson the black sphere but until then you know. Cincinnati for many years has been a site beginning with Murray season. Good and others in which the mayor of our city looked after the sitting did not use it as a stepping stone to something else and a couple of days ago David Man. Who's been mayor? I think on two other occasions in the nineteen eighties and nineties stepped forward and said I'm going to run for mayor which I think is indicative that the city might be in trouble. It's like calling Cincinnati out of the hills to come save the city and once again David Mann welcome to the Bill Cunningham. Show and Dave how are you? I'm doing great. How are you have? You lost your mind because you and I began in radio and politics almost forty years ago and you were the mayor in the eighties correct. What years were you there? Eighty one eighty two and then again when Charlie went to Congress in ninety one so I started here in eighty three so you just concluded one of your terms and now we are forty years later. Why is David Mann running for mayor? Or you know when I when I decided to run for Council after twenty year break About seven years ago. I recall calling Bobby Stern who was living in California and as Bobby. I'm going to run for council. And she said David you've lost your mind. Yes I know but I need help. So she sent me a thousand dollars. So you know it's it's all about Public Service which is kind of what my life is ended up being about twenty six years on twenty four years on council two years in Congress for years in the navy and You know I want my life. I guess my life has come to stand for that and I think you're still work to be done and I believe I can still make a contribution you went to Harvard. What's my might be a problem with that. That's a problem. There must be something if we can peel back the layer and a little bit here David and say if there was a candidate running next year like a David man you would not be running. So by implication. Can we assume that you don't see a David Mann tight running next year other than you? Well I'm the only David Mann running next year and I will ask the voters. Take a look at a me in my experience and I think most importantly the the vision that I develop in the course of this campaign. I mean it's a long way off It's a little weird to be saying. We haven't even elected a president A year and half from now. Please vote for me. Although there's a primary this coming may so for for someone who hasn't laid the foundation I I had to get started so here we are. And what is Betsy? Say about this. Your lovely bride. Because she must be pulling her hair. Nope Betsy loves people and for her. Politics is yet another way to engage with people and most of my political life When I go someplace people say. Where's betsy are? Why did you come? We just need betsy and She's she's a tremendous person and My best asset and As anyone those knows we'll tell you she's on board with this. Oh yeah yeah she. She was very He's been worried about what happens next. And that we've we've answered that at least in terms of what we seek to have happened. I'm using the term sanctuary incorrectly. But we have a president who's like seventy four speaker of the House Pelosi's like eighty. You've got Joe Biden. Who is seventy and eight? And you're you're eighty eighty one when you if and when I assume you're going to win because you're like a Liberal Democrat but even though that you're somewhat reasonable and so what do you see as the two or three issues confronting the city that you have a unique set of skills to resolve. Well let's talk about what what the city faces. Obviously the What I what I call. The pandemic pandemonium was Completely unexpected not for bunny by my started thinking about this a few months ago. We have a tremendous challenge Recovering when it ends in one of the problems is we don't know when it will end. Yeah I I've had a career that has seen many many problems. Many many challenges unexpected. And so what we do is Calm down Address the issues and solve them. I I think I can be helpful. There is there really an eighty million dollar annual deficit. That's the number and spending the inquire Jason Wayne. Is there an eighty million dollar deficit? Which is gigantic. It is gigantic. 'cause I roll budget is what four hundred twenty. Four hundred thirty million and twenty percent. Yeah and A good part of our budget place in fire and public services. And it's it's it's hard to figure out how to make up the eighty million Today it's eighty million it. We're working a lot of things. I don't see how we can come through this Without severe layoffs in some areas unless Some of the federal money that's through to Columbus is distributed to Cincinnati in under formula. That's that's more helpful more supportive of the cities in the state and unless the Fed's Either way to worry about revenue loss. I mean we are one of the ten most vulnerable cities in the country because of our reliance on the earning stacks where the second most vulnerable in for the top ten are Cleveland Toledo Cincinnati Columbus Columbus first. And we're next. They're any sex is great when things are going well. The end of March we had a surplus over projected revenues. Twenty four million dollars and now at the end of June we have a about a fifteen million dollar hole To Plug we're going to be able to do that. But that makes you know. Eighty million makes fifteen million look like a piece of cake One way or the other will get there and the most challenging thing is We don't know when the current problem is be window businesses recover Will there be a second wave Win will jobs come back when our tax revenues go up? You know you tell me the of those questions and I can tell you when the problem's going to be addressed if it's in six months that's one thing if it's two and a half years from now that's another so it's a very dire unpredictable moment and and we have a fiscal year. That ended June thirty so we have to make some decisions before we have ready answers to these questions. Are you exempting police and fire from cuts because politicians often say that and if you exempt police and fire from cuts that means there might be thirty to forty percent cut everywhere else? Is David Mann saying this afternoon? There will not be cuts and police and fire. I cannot imagine that there will be cuts Given what we see at this point now I'm not saying what will happen twelve months from now if it's a pandemic goes on but obviously particularly at the time of The COVID nineteen crisis. We understand how important first responders are whether police or fire Risking their lives every day along with healthcare workers and grocery store workers and all the rest and it would be. They would be the worst thing to say. Oh by the way if we we have to balance the budget and we're going to do on your on your payroll you know about an hour..
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"Music National Championship. We waited and we waited and then they had a practice in the ballroom of their hotel. Unbelievable how this turned into Lsu minus five and a half APP and the underdog that everybody's got it out who's happened to one to three championships plums Lawrence. It's order on Swinney Jack either match up all over the place then our irresistible. Is there anyone that you think could tip the field in any direction. Well you know what I'd be lying if I said there was one outrageously religiously outstanding thing because I think these teams are very very easily match. You have two quarterbacks go on and have great NFL careers you have running back set. Set our craig coaches to me. It does come down though to borough. I just is numbers are there like gameshow number. Seventy eight percent completion and the and the amount of touchdowns astounds the way. LSU has one games after for years. Their legacy of never winning with quarterbacks but winning with the running game if feels a little bit to me like for you it comes down to borough versus Lawrence. And you give the slight edge borough and then you get this leads to Lsu. George W I'm going to go with Isaiah Simmons. I think he's the best defensive player in the country. He's also most versatile defensive player in the country. If you look at the way Clemson has used him they use them all over the field except for defensive tackle Tony. This kid is a big impact player as we'll see on the field tonight. I think Kevin Blackstone is hard to ignore borough. I mean fifty two hundred yards passing fifty five touchdowns and the way. He gets the ball out there to march as low as eighteen touchdowns on his own and another fifteen hundred yards receiving that passing game for Lsu is the deny Sola and how how easy we forget about. Trevor Lawrence. In the moment of Truth Against Ohio State he marched them right down the field. What's fascinating is the fact that LSU complete one of the greatest seasons that we've seen in a long time but a Clemson win tonight? Think about what they've done over the last five years in college football and Lawrence has been unbelievable. Do not bet against the Tigers too. Okay even though everybody everybody has. Oh aren't you bet. Oh Yeah I was waiting for woody.