35 Burst results for "Bob He"
Caller: Life at the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department
"Bob, you're way out of your lane. You have no idea what you're talking about. Okay? Let me explain something to you, okay? I was on the chair of support by LA county sheriff's department. We trained everybody in the state of California. Okay, I was a training guy. And let me explain this to you. When they decided that the COVID here and all of a sudden, all these police officers left, the ones that had tenure, the ones that knew what they were doing. The ones who had the type a personality and then things changed. What happened is that they have been recruiting people in the old days ex GIs. Well, guess what? Things change. And now the people in charge, if you get in a fight before you go into the department, you're not going to make it in the academy. You're not going to be invited, okay? They want people who are passive and do nothing and follow orders. Okay? People are dramatically smaller now. Why? Because they had to take certain things out of the test. The recruitment for all departments used to have to drag a guy out of a car. It's a dummy. It weighs a 160 pounds. Oh gosh, that's too heavy. Let's not do that anymore. Okay? They just have to climb a 6 foot ball. That's not, no, no, that doesn't, we don't do that anymore. And so on and so on. Okay, people who boxing, they took it out academy, okay? Ellie county shares apartment. They run the academy for every small agency within the county. Now here's how it works, okay? You put those softs in positions. And then, like when I worked the station, you put in a policy where if you stop a black person in Compton and he goes, no matter what you did or didn't do, and he goes to your death sergeant and says, this person called me a racial name. That goes in your book, okay? Two or three of those and guess what? You'll never promote. You're considered a bad guy. All right? So guys, stop working, and more retirement. Here,
Bob Frantz: The GOP Contract Is for Every American
"Of all, yes, I am a mega Republican. In fact, when Donald Trump even announced he was going to run for president before anything else came up, being a person that also ran a business of my own over 30 years manufacturing in that. I figured it's about time we get somebody in there that knows how to run things. All right. I don't want to take a whole lot. I like that. But anyway, I want to go ahead and I want to add on. First, I'm proud to see that the Republicans are at least going ahead and got this contract out. I think that's very important. Now the next thing, and here's the thing that they should add on to that. This is a contract like you sign a contract. He's signing this contract. They are with every American, whether it be Democrats or Republicans or whatever. Every American. That means that we're going to hold them to that contract. It's like a contract. And here's something that people are missing too in this whole system. We are the government. Everybody that walks around and talks about the government. No, that's you and I. If it wasn't for the money, we spend to put them where they are, then what's happening is the fact that they couldn't exist. So here's another thing that we have to keep with Americans first in war. In line with. And that is that being that we are the government, then that means we are giving you money to be able to do the things that we want, not what you want, what we want. So that's number one. Now,
Pinellas Sheriff Bob Gualtieri: Searching for Victor Vazquez
"After hitting deputy harwick, Vasquez continued north probably for about a quarter of a mile. Pulled the loader off into a parking area. Got out, told another construction worker that he had just killed a deputy. And took off his helmet, took off his vest and began running from the scene. The other worker took his vest in his helmet and hit it in a wooded area to the west of the location. Vasquez is still at large. We're seeking him now actively. Again, his name is Victor Vasquez. He's a Hispanic male, about 35 years old. We believe that he's still on foot somewhere in the area. And again, it's an active scene where actively looking for he was standing on the shoulder of the road facing northbound. Wow.
Roger Schulman: Pinellas Deputy Killed in Hit and Run
"Roger P shulman, who is the legendary newsman, not only here on AMH 60, the answer, but he's been hurt in the market for decades and decades, and I know roger you have a personal affinity for law enforcement as do I and this is a shocking heartbreaking story. Bring us the details of the manhunt that is currently underway here in Tampa Bay. Well, deputy and we do support law enforcement here and love our law enforcement and this deputy is only the second deputy to lose his life in the 110 year history of the pinellas county sheriff's office in the saint Pete Tampa area. His name is Michael hartwick, a 19 year veteran of the sheriff's office 51 years old, has a couple of kids, his mother's still alive. They've been notified. He was working a construction site this morning, guarding it when a vehicle came along, driven by Victor Vasquez, they think that's his name, a 35 year old man and killed him. Sheriff bob galtieri explains exactly what happened. He was standing on the shoulder of the road facing northbound. One of the construction crews that was going to pick up the concrete barriers to block off more permanent lane markings on the interstate was traveling northbound and it was a big, huge construction front loader with a big forklifts on it. To move these thousand pound concrete barriers. It's definitely hartwick was facing to the north, the loader driven by a Hispanic male by the name of Victor Vasquez struck deputy hartwick and killed him instantly and he died at the scene.
Craig Shirley: Reagan Ran an Ideological Campaign to Stand for All
"Or how about the guy in Georgia who's another left wing kook nut And how about the guy in Arizona He doesn't even show up You don't even know his name He was an astronaut okay great And how about the guy in Ohio is a complete fraud pretending he's a moderate when he has his head so far up Pelosi's but it's not even funny I mean he should be out there The concept of permanent offense Remember back in 94 back in 93 and then before you talked about permanent offense I don't get the Republicans that don't get McConnell I don't get this woman who's ahead of the RNC It's seems to be more about personal PR than it is communicating a message you unifying a party so that it stands for one thing to all people That's what Reagan did That's what Reagan did in 1980 in which escapes everybody else Mark I know you know you were there And I was there I'm not I don't want to take myself But Reagan ran a campaign and ideological champagne in which he stood for one thing to all people The party stood Bob they'll God bless his soul God bless us all He did something rather brilliant in 1980 He kept introducing legislation about tax cuts about defense spending about this that the other thing Now he knew they would lose in the Senate But it would force the Democrats to go on record as being against tax cuts if he can get spending cuts to being against defense spending Did all these things So he kept forcing it right in harmony with Reagan's message And it was a beautiful thing to do because it boxed in the Democrats voting things that they didn't want to vote for
Former Political Prisoner, Paul Manafort, Share His Story
"People know your story from afar. Tell it to us in your own words. Well, it's exactly as you just said. I mean, in 19 2016, I was targeted by the deep state, not really I don't believe we get me, although they did buy that. But really, to get Donald Trump, they thought that by coming after me, as his campaign chairman, that in order to get out of harm's way, I would agree to their narrative and particular Andrew weisman scenario who worked for bob Mueller. That Donald Trump and the campaign was colluding with Vladimir Putin and Russia. I wouldn't do it and they brought all the powers of the state in the deep state down on me. Yeah, and they target you out as trying to be almost this symbol, if you will. Of someone to Donald Trump. So in here and kind of the summer year book, political prisoner persecuted prosecuted not silenced. It talks here that they tried their best to have you turn on president Trump and you refused. Can you talk about that? Yeah, to do so, I would have had to lie. And there's no way I was going to do that. But Andrew weissmann had this crazy theory that he had totally made up. He did take a disparate facts that were true facts. And then created a timeline of knowledge that would try and put Trump ahead of the hacking of the DNC server and then authorizing through me to Roger Stone, to Carter page, the release by WikiLeaks of the dumps from the DNC acts that occurred in July and in October. The only problem with that is none of it was true. Number one, Trump didn't have advanced knowledge like weissen claimed he did. Number two, you know, I wasn't talking to Roger Stone about any of this. And number three, we had no connection to WikiLeaks or the DNC hack.
Lee Elci: Bob Stefanowski Is Just a Good Guy
"Let's talk about this gubernatorial candidate who we were on stage with. I was so impressed by him. Let's talk about what he brought up in an issue about a Greenwich school official that was captured by project veritas. Tell us about that whole story and what you think about him as a as a gubernator as the Republican candidate for governor in the great state of Connecticut. Well, I'll start with that part of it. I think I have to know bob. He ran four years ago and lost Annie. Just barely, right? Yeah, it was a close race. And it was his first time running as a candidate for anything. So as an observer, Mike, we were on the sideline saying, well, I don't like the way he's doing that. I don't like the way he's doing that. And he ended up losing by a small amount. So this time, he changed a lot of it. He's way better candidate. But I've gotten to know him as a person, and he's just a good guy. And there are polls out right now about trustworthiness in the state of Connecticut. And it floors me because somehow this governor Ned Lamont, who's been involved in multiple scandals in the last few months, where he explained to you about December 4 and giving his wife her company and no bid contract to produce COVID material. And there's just scandal out to scandal. And Ned's as far as trustworthy levels in some of these polls are higher than bob's and it floors me to think about that because I know bob and I know genuinely he wants to do the right thing by the state of
Doug Welcomes Robert Bork, Jr. of the Antitrust Education Project
"In his mind, just joy today to have bob board junior owned, he has been a leader in this industry, not only following up on what his father, Robert bork had done, judge bork had done. But in his own right working with this today, bob, welcome to the podcast today. It's such a pleasure to finally be on, I'm sorry about the delays, but here we are. Yay. We made it. Well, to get everybody started off, tell us about where what you're doing now, your organization, and then we're just going to dive head deep into this stuff. The semi short version is that for a long time, I was a reporter and then got sick of that and decided to get a grown-up job. And worked in corporate communications and strategy, but most recently, and really this is a labor of love for my father. I saw in 2016 or so that Elizabeth Warren and others were having sort of their left wing Appalachian meeting to discuss how to hijack antitrust and turn it into a weapon against business, not just big business, all business. And my first thought was, well, I wonder where my dad's book is. And he had written a book called the antitrust paradox in 1978, but it was out of print. And you couldn't find it unless you wanted to spend three or $400 on an old copy. So I decided we needed to get the book back into print. And I asked Mike Lee, senator Mike Lee to write a new introduction. And I wrote a new forward and took some time, but we got it out. It's on Amazon and Barnes and noble. It's very readable. Anyway, I need to start with that. And then I thought, this is getting ugly. Particularly when Joe Biden won The White House and Democrats had both houses of Congress and you saw lots of really insane legislation and the appointment of Lena Khan, who is just a Marxist, you know, put in charge of the FTC, decided we had to get in there and start fighting, so I created the antitrust education project and have been doing lots and lots of media and writing pieces in The Wall Street Journal and elsewhere to try to explain why the consumer welfare standard, which was my father's contribution to antitrust back in 1978 and has been basically the operating system for antitrust enforcement for the last 43 years, ought to be preserved against these lunatics
Professor Walter Hooper Recounts a Story About C.S. Lewis
"When you first came to Oxford, I remember story that you went to maybe it was the bob land. I'm guessing, and you asked for anything by Lewis, but the term you used was Lewis, Louisiana. Can you do you remember that story? I don't think it's exactly as I told it. I may have asked for Louisiana, but I think together we worked it out. I worked so long in the bodleian over 50 years. And I was always working on Louis. So people who worked there called the readers by not by name, but by the name of the person they're researching. So I've called mister C is Lewis when I'm there. And I know a man who is Civil War Robert E. Lee and Hitler. Mister Adolf Hitler. You're kidding. Well, actually, one of the things about Hitler's. Is that the people that I work with have work with for years, these Curtis Brown, agents, literary agents and London. Well, they were Hitler's literary agents. And they have you're not kidding. No, I'm not. Curtis Brown where Hitler's literary agents. Some have they inherited they have the rights to they control the rights to mein kampf. But and all the children's stories that he wrote. Well, I understand that the royalties of mein kampf have been around for 50 years, and they built up quite a lot.
Maher kick lifts Rush, Cowboys over Burrow, Bengals, 20-17
"Brett Maher booted a 50 yard field goal as time expired lifting the Dallas Cowboys to a 20 to 17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals Cowboys now one and one while the Bengals are zero and two Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy says it was a character building win It's an excellent win It's actually a home win You know you know obviously we were disappointed by last week but last week so it was a learning experience And it's definitely something that we felt our guys paid forward Cooper rush making his second NFL start in place of the injured dak Prescott threw for 235 yards in a touchdown to Noah Brown caught 5 for 91 yards Bob Stephens Arlington Texas
Ali Velshi: America Dodged a Bullet but the Gun Is Still Loaded
"If you want the news, where do you go, Chris? Where'd he go, Travis? America's news, man. Ali belty. That's right. And here he is again. Good morning, Ali velshi. Good morning to you, my friend. It is great to see you again on this Friday morning. It's a Friday's always a great long day for me. And this is my, you know, this is getting my blood flowing in the morning stretches. Yeah, yeah. Right. This is your stretch for your weekend. And I have my your pillow. Yes. If my pillow, not anything relevant about my pillow, I just thought I'd bring my pillow. You know, I was going to read this tweet to you because this is where we find ourselves. You having to be a news reporter in this day and age. Patrick tweets, a pillow magnate, just had his phone seized by the FBI at a hardee's in connection to a fired reality TV host trying to steal The White House and I'm begging the writers of America season 246 to please stop drinking for even one day. Do you not feel like that when you're just like, who else was it? Oh, somebody, oh, Don said, it seems almost written that Trump will be picked up at a McDonald's. Who was the other guy in a clown wig at dairy? And dairy Queen. The guy that said Trump is going to be reinstated. But that's real. That's real. Ally. Where do we find ourselves at this juncture? The problem is, and as I've traveled around the world, it's all like this, right? It's all stuff that you could discount as not sufficient to make a movie plot. The type of lawyers Trump surrounded him with the four seasons landscaping thing after the election. It's all the Christina bob as his lawyer. It's all like that except two problems are occurring. One is they actually did real damage and continue to do real damage. They actually ruined real people's lives. So aside from people who were killed on January 6th, a lot of people were duped who are now going to jail. And Donald Trump continues to phone in to their rallies and things like that and encouraged. Not a bit of remorse. If I ever did anything that caused another human to spend a night in detention, I would be racked with remorse forever. But number three, which is the most important is that everybody looks at that stupid clown car and says, you know, they weren't going to succeed at this, which is not entirely true, right? But for Mike Pence making a decision at the last minute, our democracy could have been fully imperiled. There are a whole lot of smarter people out there who aren't part of the clown car. Who aren't Rudy Giuliani who want to buy who aren't, you know, all these lawyers that he's got who are looking at this thinking, um, I can figure out a way to get this right so that isn't a pillow guy and a McDonald's and all of this kind of stuff. That's actually what I worry about. The too many people look at this ridiculousness and write it off as, wow, that was stupid and ridiculous. But we didn't really Dodge a bullet. We actually really did Dodge a bullet and we better be careful because the guns got more in them. Yeah, this has caused one of America's premier newsman Ali velshi to bring an actual prop on a morning radio show. You actually brought a pillow because if I want to be really good, I'd have a pillow and a phone because the pillow magnet had his phone set. That's right. Now, you're going to cover that this weekend about by the way, it is not easy to see someone's phone, right? I mean, there have been a number of phones. Tell us about how you're covering that this weekend. Well, so I want to try to make sense of it, right? Because of the January 6th committee, there's the Department of Justice investigation in which Merrick Garland seems to have woken up to the idea that despite the possible damage and martyrdom of Donald Trump, if he's indicted for anything, the Department of Justice has to take this seriously and in a timely manner. So the DoJ has seized a bunch of phones. They put out a bunch of subpoenas. Now keep in mind, we got, we got Boris Epstein. He had his phone taken. And Mike Roman, who was a campaign strategist for Trump had a phone taken. The pillow man had his Jeffrey Clark had his phone taken back in June, Dan scavino, the social media director, had his and Bernie kerik. Former commissioner of the New York police, who was working with Rudy Giuliani in overturning the election, had his phone taken. It is very hard to take somebody's phone, by the way. The Department of Justice can't do it as a fishing expedition like Donald Trump likes to say. You can't take a phone for purely investigative investigatory purposes. You have to have probable cause of a crime and convince someone that you do. There's a high bar to getting someone's phone. Now, my confusion is that when it comes to pillow guy and guys like that, I feel like they've said all the quiet parts out loud on either fox or whatever crazy outlook will have them. So I'm curious as to what could possibly be on their phone, but they haven't already said they're being sued by dominion voting. They're being sued by all sorts of people. So I don't know, but I will say this that between the January 6th committee and the Department of Justice, they've all been very deliberative, more deliberative than many of your listeners are my viewers would like them to be. We took them to move faster in some cases. They've been very deliberative. So if they're getting the stuff, one of two things is happening. They know there's valuable information on those phones or it's information they already know and they are now calling these guys in or looking at their phones to say, we already know this. We just need further corroboration before we place charges or things like that. So those two things are happening and I don't know which. Right. So this special master ruling, we just talked to Glenn kirschner about it. I mean, it's just, it's getting harder and harder to sort of cover, first of all, I don't even know how you keep track of all of these stories of lawbreaking, and which crimes are being investigated by who. But you know, I mean, I guess Trump has succeeded once again in at least delaying. Yes, that's exactly what it is because the special master has to get through the documents now by November 30th. Which, you know, the Trump people had wanted three months. The Department of Justice and wanted less. November 30th, the one, the one thing about that, and I guess the Department of Justice doesn't care to get politics involved in this, but there's a sort of political thing happening between now and November 30th and it's November 8th, right? It's the actual midterm elections in which it does seem that some Republicans and conservatives are disgruntled by the degree of criminality that seems to surround the former Trump administration and Trump today. And so that's the frustration that why November 30. This is just a delay tactic. There may or may not be some documents that were seized that were inappropriate, but generally speaking, the FBI and what's called its filter team do a relatively good job of this. So this is just going to be a way to do what Donald Trump has always done. One day, perhaps Donald Trump will face the music. Yeah. He's very, very, very good at delay, and that's what the special master essentially. Yeah. Speaking of politics, our Republicans trying to lose the midterms. Let's talk about the Lindsey Graham's proposed. Right? That's exactly right. And now this stunt was desantis and Abbott, you know, illegally flying migrants in some cruel prank. So it's cruel. It's cruel and the cruelty seems to be the point. I'm not sure that moves the needle politically all that much other than gets Democrats who were thinking of not voting. To vote. But I think abortion may have done that anyway. So I think you're seeing a lot of energy amongst Democrats, which you wouldn't have seen in the midterm typically. But the Lindsey Graham thing just weird, right? The
Mike Lindell Is the Hardees of Political Crime
"Did you have on your bingo card, the pillow guy getting arrested at hardee's drive-through? Did you have that in his phone seized? No, I didn't, but it's so appropriate because there's something metaphorical about that because they're hardee's level criminals. It's like Vladimir Putin is like mastro's steakhouse and you go down the list of criminals down to Mike lindell and he's the hardee's of political crime. Sorry hardy. I'm just saying. I'm just saying there's a hierarchy. So yeah, exactly. The hardest is not maestros. No, he's not Arby's, but he is hardee's. All right.
Bob Cesca: Lindsey Graham's 15 Week Abortion Ban Is Wrong in Every Way
"Can I just say that tweet, Andrea junker said, I've said it once I will say the thousand times. The treatment for an ectopic pregnancy a septic uterus or a miscarriage that your body won't release is abortion if you can't get those abortions you die. You die. So that's right. For Lindsey Graham or family research council or anybody to say, oh, this is none of this is medically necessary. He was also saying that fetuses feel pain at 15 weeks, which is absolute disinformation, total nonsense, contradicted by all the experts. It's not, I mean, you don't need to be an obstetrician or a fetal biology expert to understand or to go to Google and Google it and find out that fetuses don't really feel pain until the third trimester sometime between 25 and 30 weeks because the pathways aren't fully formed yet. And by the way, in the third trimester, you can't have an abortion unless there or before row was overturned. You couldn't have an abortion unless there was a threat to the life of the mother or some sort of catastrophic medical emergency. So what Lindsey Graham is saying to justify this politically ridiculous plan that he's got to propose this legislation. It's wrong factually. It's wrong politically. It's wrong on every level. And so naturally it's a Republican who's proposing it.
Joe Biden: MAGA Republicans Do No Respect the Constitution
"And here in my view is what is true my Republicans do not respect the constitution Such a frigging liar They did not recognize the will of the people Whose attacking the Supreme Court you jerk who attacked clarence Thomas and bob bork you moron Whose party's pushing to kill the independence of the court You jerk inside elections in America to partisans in cronies Empowering election deniers The Russia collusion and the dossier And 2016 oh yeah yeah you and the media and the rest of you Backwards to an America where there is no right to choose No right to privacy No right to contraception No right to marry who you love Oh right sure Joe And they fan the flames of political violence So if you're pro life to our personal rights you're pro life you're a danger to the country They're the very soul of this And it was his party that opposed interracial marriage The storm the United States Capitol on January 6th Brutally attacking laws I mean the Democrat party Not as insurrectionist who placed a dagger to throat of our democracy but they're looking as patriots No we don't That's number one Number two it wasn't an insurrection Number three you're a demagogue in addition to a maggot Democrat
Hal Sparks Explains the Trump Team's Sneaky Omission
"Two lawyers for Trump likely to become witnesses or targets. Now into the investigation and the classified documents. They have because they claimed all sensitive materials have been returned. Legal specialists said they are potentially witnesses if not defendants. So this would be Christina bob and who's the other one. Corcoran is in her co counsel, doctor farrier, or doctor. So bob. It's off our miss bob. Is that who you are, what you do. Hey. Said based on the information that has been provided to me, all documents response to the Sabina were being returned after a diligent search so they found twice as many as we said documents after that. So is she going to, what's going to happen? Is she going to throw him under the bus or is she going to take the ball? Like I said, I think that's cash Patel because it was the custodian who signed it. I think they're all going to hide behind at the best of my knowledge. The problem that they have, according to the 60 days of footage that the government got from the security cameras, which I guess nobody thought to check before they handed it over. It shows that they removed boxes from the room from the storage room, either they or someone told the government that this happened. Someone within Trump's circle that they removed boxes, then did the diligent search of the boxes in the room, then put the boxes back in, then signed a piece of paper saying, I did a diligent search of the boxes in the room and no top secret stuff was in there. So they took out the boxes they knew contained stuff, you know, that they didn't want to return. And they searched boxes they knew were basically empty. And then lied to the government through omission by saying we searched all the boxes in the room without admitting that they had removed boxes from the room before the search. There you go. Very clever.
Is the Covid Vaccine Causing 'Sudden Mystery' Deaths?
"It's really weird, guys. You know, there are people dying at a very young age that I find very strange those up and coming South African actress and model. Charlie dean, she died. She was 32 years old. She played on a show on The CW network called black lightning. And she died of this unexpected illness. This has been, this is the new term people use now in the press. They don't share any further details nowadays. It's just unexplained sudden illness. So we don't know what happened to her. Maybe we'll know down the road. Right now, we don't know. Was she was she vaccinated? Is that why she died? You know, it makes you think. When I'm laying there in the bed with COVID, for the second time, I'm like, what the? I got the vats. I got the booster. What's going on now, man? You know, what kind of fight do I have to fight? And am I gonna be one of the lucky ones who pulls through it in the next two or three days? Or am I gonna fucking fall down and die? With an unexpected sudden illness. A lot of the time I spend alone in hotel rooms. And my words I'll probably be a goddamn Bob Saget story. It won't be a story that's published as much as Bob Saget dying. A hell of a lot more famous, but you know I could easily be Bob Saget.
Jared Kushner on What It Was Like Working on Trump's Trade Policy
"We didn't work directly. However, I was placed on the trade policy council as an observer, and I watched you co chair it with Gary Cohen. And what was it? Every Tuesday morning, is that right? I remembering right? And I saw, I watched you there. I didn't throw my money in my voice into often, except when it was about China. But what I saw was a young, very intelligent man trying to make his father in law's administration and the America first vision a success. From the outside, you'd hear all these stories about, oh my gosh, there are subversives and camps and it's Steve versus Jared. Will you tell us the truth about what it was like inside The White House and how the misconceptions lasted this very day? So first of all, it was one of the most wild experiences you could ever have, especially in those early days. I think that when president Trump ran for office in 2016, there was an article in The New York Times, which I've now come to understand what that actually is worth, but it basically talked about how his trade policies were upending a hundred years of orthodoxy in terms of trade thinking. And when we got into power, it was one thing to say what president Trump said on the campaign, which is we need to stop our manufacturing jobs from going overseas. I want to see car plans starting to be built here in America, not in Mexico. I don't want to be hostage to China for all the different things that we are. And what he had as a people with a different set of experience. So we had on one end, Peter Navarro and on one end, Gary Cohn, and then we had in the middle. We had Wilbur Ross. We had bob lighthizer. We had myself and Steve Bannon. We were more trying to get the agreements, get people to come together to figure out what is a cohesive trade policy for an America first agenda looks like. And ultimately, bob lighthizer ended up emerging as the tip of the spear took him a while to get confirmed, I think Congress was very nervous that he actually was going to be able to do the things that Trump wanted to do. But once he took leadership of that, he really became a mentor of mine and somebody who really taught me a lot about not only why Trump's trade policy and instincts were correct, but also how do you implement them?
413 Redacted Lies: Jack Posobiec Breaks Down the Affidavit
"In for Charlie Kirk. We are breaking down this affidavit with the 413 redacted lies where he and kassam and techno fog both have their analysis up at sub stack. And both of them are stating that they believe that it raises if they were confiscating the Russia Gates evidence. Here's the problem with this though, or at least for the DoJ, they are where the FBI is concerned. It doesn't seem like they recovered the documents that they were actually looking for. If they were, in fact, after the Russia gate documents, we're not seeing evidence that that's what they would found because they're certainly not acting as if that's what they found. They're an acting as if it was this grave matter of national security. They're acting as if they don't want people to know what's going on because I spoke with Christina bob and folks know that Christina and I used to work together one American news who paid it's not something big secret. Okay. And she told me that the FBI was trying to get them to keep it quiet. They didn't want the videos released. They wanted the cameras off. They didn't want anything going on. And now when you see this information, you see the fact that they talk about cash Patel that they talk about human control systems, HCS, they talk about Pfizer details. They specifically talk about the Pfizer corp, buys a warrant derived information. Well, what Pfizer warrant derived information could the president have? It got a lot, okay? They're Pfizer investigations going on every single day in the United States. That's what your FBI is doing, by the way. But which documents under the fisa case or under a fisa case would be so important that president Trump could take them to bring them with him all the way down to Mar-a-Lago.
"bob he" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"Sometimes it's hundred play four to a flush sometimes it's ten play with a pair of aces. Sometimes it's triple play four to the royal, et cetera there is no skill involved in the hole for the bonus, and the bonus has earned on the draw. Meaning that if you know the strategy for the base game, you know the strategy for the wheel poker deluxe version, which adds a bit of expected value and a lot of variance. Surprisingly, the triple play version always pays a bit more than the 5 play version. For example, in 9 6 double double bonus, the base game returns 98.98%. The 5 play version of wheel poker deluxe pays 99.31% and the triple play pays 99.47%. All right, we're back talking with bob hammon. And we're going to get away from his bridge playing exploits and talk about SCA. Now this is a company you formed in 1985 that ensures one of a kind situations like maybe $50,000 bonus is somebody gets a hole in one on a particular hold during a golf tournament. Now, that company grew into ensuring casino and other promotions, such as rolling the same number of big dice three times in a row for a big price. All kinds of different promotions. One of your top lieutenants was a guest on this show back in April of this year. He told us about having to sleep with a bull to prevent anybody from doing anything to tamper with the health of that animal. He talked about throwing all these into a martini glass. I talked about using a wearable poops as a random number generator. But he didn't tell us about Lance Armstrong. Now you've had a couple of run ins with Lance Armstrong. Can you tell us about that? Well, we took the risk for him winning three trip Tour de France in a row. Which he did. Four 200 Francis in a row, which he did in 5 to 5 years in a row which he did. And of course there were a number of well there was a book published called LA confidential of the French spelling. It was published in France. David Walsh and Pierre ballester, which went into great detail.
"bob he" Discussed on Gambling With an Edge
"An edge. Now here are your hosts, bob dancer, and Richard munchkin. Good afternoon. Welcome to gambling with an edge. I'm bob dancer. And I'm Richard munchkin. Our guest today is rich player and business executive bob hammon. Bob Hammond, welcome to gambling with an edge. Thank you. Your primarily known as the extremely successful bridge player, one of the very best in the world for decades. But you weren't always a world champion. When did you get started playing bridge, and how did you get to be one of the best in the world? Well, a combination of having ability for games of this nature and being in the right place at the right time. What does that mean you were in the right place? Well, for example, when I started playing bridge, I was in Los Angeles. And there were a number of highway skilled bridge players to play against and with which it's very hard if you were in that say a small town in bigger states where there isn't good competition. It's hard to get much better than the competition. You're playing against. Okay. And this was the early 60s. My firsthand a bridge was in June of 1957. Now, for many years, the Italian blue team won major international competitions, and accusations of cheating followed this team right and left. Whether it was by table foot Tapping under the table foot Tapping, smoke signals from cigarettes and there were other accusations as well. At the beginning of your international career, you competed against and mainly lost to the Italians. During the time period in which they were accused of cheating. Do you have any stories about this? Well, yeah, I mean, effectively, in my opinion, the blue team was cheating. They had two world class players, absolute top level. A third player who was a top expert and essentially three guys from central casting.
"bob he" Discussed on Minnie Questions with Minnie Driver
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"bob he" Discussed on Made of Mettle
"After about eight months. Bob would return to the island and picked right back up where they all left off with peter and neville the original three whalers. During this time in the late sixties. Bob was still in his teen years. I just think that's so amazing to me. There was only in teenager when he released some of his most incredible songs to have that sort of certainty about is what you're meant to do at such a young age. That is just amazing to me as well after. Reuniting the whalers released smash hits such as stirred up with the singer. Johnny nash as well as the soul rebel and the timeless trench town rock with lee perry a famous producer in nineteen. Seventy two as the wireless began to gain international momentum. They added onto additional band members and signed their first major recognition with the historic label island records that next year the group record and release their groundbreaking album catch afire and begin a worldwide tour spreading the lovely reggae music. Everywhere they went. This would be one of many quintessential reggae albums that they would create and history and turn the world's attention to bob marley and the wailers shortly after the group recorded and released the album titled burning which had the hit song. I shot the sheriff. But i did didn't shoot the deputy that was covered by the famous. Eric clapton this cover would hit number one on the charts in the us. Their next album natty dread was produced after peter tosh and never livingston left the group to begin their own solo careers which were both successful in their own right. Natty dread was a landmark album in its blatant confrontation of the cultural and political climate of the time centered around the tensions between the people and the government. One such song. On the album illustrated bob's own experience of being harassed by the army which was titled rebel music another notable song that shone a light on political unfairness was titled revolution. Which was bob's own personal political endorsement for the people's party rebel music revolution. Like is there any question. And why i love. This person like there shouldn't be just the highlight. This is one of the many reasons. Why love bob marley's music and that was his dedication to being voice for the people shedding light on serious issues in trying to make a positive impact. I have so much respect for people like that because it's so difficult it truly is especially if your own circumstances are less than ideal at this point in time however the whales were enjoying the perks in recognition of international stardom following natty dread bob will join forces with three additional ladies with the wailers one such. That was his wife. Rita around nineteen seventy five. Bob marley in the wireless hit the top of the charts in the uk again with the hit. No woman no cry. Which is one of the greatest songs ever created. I had to stop myself from singing right. That a man you guys. It's literally in my head right now. In one thousand nine hundred seventy six with the release of his album. Ross demand vibration. Bob took an even more polarized stance against the oppression and violence. He was witnessing in his homeland his song war was composed of a speech from a great african leader who is considered one of the pillars of the rastafarian movement that championed independence and freedom amongst the african people after returning home from their global tours. Bob jumped right back into an active political activist role in his home. His reach in impact had grown considerably as he'd been boosted to the worldwide stage and he was using his influence to the people's advantage the opposition viewed bob as i direct threat and decided it was enough to make an attempt on his life on december. Third nineteen seventy six. Bob marley in the whalers were shot while rehearsing a song for benefit concert. Although several band members were hit no one sustain life threatening injuries in spite of the attackers best efforts even more incredibly is that the ban went on to play the concert even after the attack knowing full. Well they're putting themselves at risk again. That takes guts. I mean true courage to know that literally in the audience probably are people who just shot at you a couple of hours ago like no big deal. They can definitely shoot at you again. But i mean that he was willing to go up there and they were all willing to go up there and live their life out in the open plainly concert on stage. I mean you don't get any more visible than that. That is literally courage and action right there. The assassination attempt shows just how much of a danger. The government considered bob marley and his music. After the concert. The band left the country in. Bob began living in london while in the uk. Bob would release exodus. Which featured strong biblical references and drew parallels between the plight of native jamaicans and the story of moses and the israelites. Accidents was another chart. Topper that again flew to stardom in the uk to this day. Exodus is another pinnacle reggae album that has reached heights that no other our can even come close to. It was in that same year in nineteen seventy seven. The bob sought treatment for an issue on his foot. Something that had been developing for quite some time after an examination. A doctor determined it was cancerous and required amputation. In order to treat immediately bogged denied having the amputation as it was in opposition to his roster firing belief system bob held himself so close to his doctrines that he was willing to give his life to uphold them. That next year. Bob would go back to jamaica to perform at the one. Love peace concert in support of uniting the two main political parties on the island and putting an end to the violence it was at this concert. The bar was able to mediate and bring together the two biggest opposition leaders to actually physically shake hands on stage a landmark event that helped bring about much-needed peace. For everyone on the island. Bob would also complete a journey to africa as that is the name spiritual birthplace of rastafarianism in order to reconnect with his roots. Another historic event is that the band would play at the official independence day of zimbabwe. An honor that was requested specifically by the nation in nineteen eighty. The global smash album uprising would be released with the tracks. Could you be loved and re dumb shun song which continued to showcase the political views and importance of love. That had become the main message of the whalers music coup. Bela i know. Somebody's like wow. I didn't ask for all the extra side performances but jolla gonna get it today. Sorry sadly while on tour in the. Us bob would become sick and had to cancel the rest of the us toward aids after it was determined that the cancer was the cause. Still keeping in line with his religious beliefs. Bob would complete alternative health treatments in germany. In order to fight the cancer the treatments worked for a number of months but unfortunately it was not enough to fully beat the spread throughout his body. Bob marley would pass away on. May eleventh nineteen eighty-one in miami florida. Bob received accolades unlike anyone else from his country. And i just liked to name. Just a few. He'd received the medal of peace from the united nations. As well as the order of merit from the jamaican government. Bob marley was also inducted into the rock and roll hall of fame in nineteen ninety-four. Bob's family also established a foundation in his name called the bob marley foundation which focuses its efforts on helping developing nations. Bob marley was an exceptional individual and in extraordinary musician. Like i said in the beginning creating music that moves not only your feet but your soul. This is evidenced by the strong support in constant focused messaging on peace and unity amongst his people. Bob had a gift and instead of just cashing it in. He used it to make the world in the world of those around him a better place to grow up. In what many consider to be the slums of a third world country without a father figure are strong familiar support but creating something beautiful and everlasting in spite of it jamaica in the entire world is better because bob marley saying to us about peace and love also just continuing on to live your truth at the very threat of your own life. Being taken away is the ultimate act of courage. I mean people literally shot are you and yet you stay in right back up on a stage in continue to play just pure passion in love is motivating you and the people can see and feel that so. I absolutely love this quote. And i think it's really really important to connect the two in in terms of the understanding of risk and that bob marley knew he was putting himself at risk and he was doing it willingly with full knowledge. And i really liked this quote because it resonates with me and my own viewpoint on life. But i think it really illustrates. Just how committed. Bob marley was to his own. Passions to love is to risk not being loved in return to hope is to risk pain to try is to risk failure but risk must be taken because the greatest hazard in life is to risk nothing you can check us out at made of metal podcast dot com. That's m. e. t. t. l. e. You can also follow us an instagram and facebook at native metal podcast. And if you love the show he really liked to support. 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"bob he" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Remember in. You've got to know a lot of these guys very proud of it. You know you think about rewards in sports. And i've had a chance to call three super bowl. Wins for super bowls in all for the patriots. But you know the feeling of pride also sadness at times. When i see you know what happened to to to some of the players that i that i either broadcast as football players or other athletes that i interviewed during my time. Maybe someone like a wrestler travis manion who was killed in combat who was interviewed as a halftime guest or lacrosse player. Like brendan looney Just to name a couple that were football players who who were killed as well I remember sitting next to a young lineman named ron winchester was from long island. Ron's dream was to be a marine like his grandfather. Ron was an offensive lineman. He again quintessentially. He was the quintessential navy. Midshipmen and quintessential offensive line. Just heart and soul salt of earth. Good guy unselfish. Now the kinda guy that you want your son to be and iran wanted to be murimi. You've always dreamed of being a marine like his grandfather. I believe his grandfather's name was dominic. Coty ron was later killed in the marine corps. And then you know on the flip side of that is the pride you feel and how may a good you feel when you hear from other players who might have been listening to the air force navy game because they woke up in the middle the night in in iraq afghanistan and they pulled in the broadcast on their computers to listen on the internet. Who is the that and the connection to for for me with the players didn't really start until they graduate because when they're at the academy they have no idea who you are. Just you're just running so regimented. They're not like under iphones all day. Like a lot of kids edna in your interaction with them is pretty limited and they just know. You're one of the media. Maybe they know you're the football announcer. He travels but they could care less. They just wanna get they get on the road away from the caddy. They just want to get some sleep and then play the game you know. They got enjoy their freedom. A little bit you know in the hotel the night before a game with their families but after they graduate. You're the connection when they go abroad because the games aren't brought maybe broadcast on the armed forces network on television or they can't get them if they're stationed overseas. But i can listen on the internet. And i found that a lot of players who i really didn't have a relationship with in annapolis eventually connected with me years later others a wide receiver that just recently was given his first ship. Command tyree barnes and he'd actually come to the patriots for short time after graduated For for training camp work. I get a chance to to work out with the patriots and spend a little bit of time in in a cap a number of years ago and went to the cfl for refile to audition. They're they're trying to argonauts didn't work out but he stayed in the navy and he is now in command of a ship. A minesweeper and i just felt even promoted. So that's awesome so do you try to When you're calling again try to you know bring back plays or memories from the past because you know that that you know midshipmen are listening to this all over the place you related to you lot of your own experiences on the recent experiences in a game which is what you do. I think typically with with any team you call. Yeah but there are times where you know we we did reminiscence or recall things that were not football related per se more related to what you and i are talking about but i think the big thing for me that i found to is urine escape for for for people there you know they they appreciate the fact that you treat the academy in its tradition in and the mission that all those midshipment have taken on with reverence and respect. That's very important. But at the same time they want they want to hear you say touchdown navy want you to get excited. When there's a touchdown and they don't mind if you criticise when the teams playing poorly or coach makes a a a bad decision. Like i said there was a stretch where they lost. Thirty games in in in in the span of l. Three seasons and there was no sugar coating any of those losses and for the place. They don't want to hear the the players in particular. Some of the fans appreciated the talk about how they tried and have dedicated. They are the players. Will here that you know. They don't want to be seen as overachievers i. I found that out from talking to a number players and coaches. When they're playing. Those games are the most important things in their lives in the moment they they don't they don't love footballer. Are competing any less than you know. A player at florida state or clemson or alabama. You know in any of the traditional football powers michigan notre dame there at the naval academy in a lot of ways because in a lot of cases because it's their chance to compete against the notre dame's of the world said is true. Yeah that that offense is probably a lot of fun to call to because how many times if you watch that offense you're calling the game and you have no idea who has the ball. I learned gusts very very early to keep the binoculars on. I'm the quarterback fullback the the whole play. Because you at times you get confused. It's easy to go with fullback. In the next thing you know the quarterback's running on the outside and he's pitching it to the call slot back in it's funny. I went from broadcasting navy games with the the midst even attempt to single pass to calling the patriots were they would go up tempo. Hurry up and tom brady be try. The ball forty.
"bob he" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Teach the last time wipers tatas black shit ever we'll be brother walk walk to walk cakewalk moonwalk. Okay we got it all so bad. I'm sorry i mean we should not craft. But i have a feeling like was was diana your first sista was anna first sister yes really yes when she alas yes off the books sleeping. I do have a question. Did you manage diana ross. Or was he just your wife at the time she was just my wife diana. I think we're just too strong. You know Pound yes you know she went to. Rca you know. So did michael go to columbia. You know i have the have nothing but respect from what berry created and the whole thing. Just leave it at that you know But people grow up you know and start to ask questions and so from the seventies to the eighties. We see we see a change and then of course prince you know you. You felt he was a slave to a brothers. You know this went on strike you know slowly but surely were groundbreaking moments like that but the stones are always paid homage to muddy waters bb king. You know all of those. John the hooker they would. I can remember going with you. Know we're and keith nick. You know just would get on the stage and pay their respect. Of course they took all the licks from say what else they. Eric clapton the same thing you know eric clapton were that he learned from john. D hooker and and muddy waters and they don't deny it they honor these guys. He thought they understand their position. And why you know. They kind of been pushed forward even fast. You know it's interesting in that way right because they have succeeded in sold more records and because of this you know what can i say you know. A lot of people got rich on the on the back of the people. You know it doesn't. It's not only the music business. Look at the best of all blast. Look at this guy that did sixty minutes with the baseball players. Coming in with dr and cuba..
"bob he" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"There was anybody who who they wanted you to manage them. And you're like i It's not a good fit your who did you turn away. That ask you demand press one for deem will tell you you know when they came to set up busy. Wow really busy. And you'll say maybe fifty. Maybe i should've thought of manage because there's still unbelievable lives part. Wow wait i this. Is the question. Hour always had Wanted to know even when i play with them. I forgot to ask i'm asking about. Ron would right now. His his very first record. I've got my own album to do. We're you his manager at the time in faces and small faces or we you as manager. At the top of ron wood's career i was not That was the end of ronnie wood's career. That's going back. that's even back before. Billy the faces and rod stewart. Okay so you. You came to ride run at the beginning of his solo career after he left faces. Yes well not even. He had a solo career. I want to be correct. He had a solo career and had an album out. I think a water brothers. But you know it wasn't it wasn't going anywhere. He didn't really have a manager of managers. Managers you know. And so the agents agents amount. I don't have to tell you probably been through a few over the years. Show just one right salad. I am one person. Respect loyalty man. I really do but you know what he came to me through a divorce and i knew the stones the stones contacted me because billy pressed it okay and then i found out. They needed a guitar player and they interviewed. Jeff bet but he was out there and the interviewed jeff beck. I remember flying to amsterdam. I remember flying. Woody to amsterdam i remember. And he had that personality to click with keith liability did and you know they. They had to earn. The respect with keith. Of and so i was able to do that. seidman deal of on that seventy six were that the network came up. But billy billy had a career may be nineteen seventy and what he stayed with them and then eventually they made a mistake on off because he fit in his own personality and we call followers today but he brought more followers. You know to the stones more More personality let's say Give it a new face. Didn't make the deal. I made the deal. The first deal for him to join as a side man with billy preston in one thousand nine hundred seventy six. I did make that deal. So that's how i get. I absolutely ron stayed with me in malibu but you gotta remember. Rod was living in In los angeles and so what he was you know. We're spending a lotta time in la. But he didn't have a home. And i said you know coombe on often so we lived together for the summer and that was one heck of a summer because as well known as billy was you know woody was from inland. And you know and you know from housing malibu colony and i mean you cannot believe the people that coming by you know from steven tyler. You keats rude. what's her name. Bunny rate a. Wait a minute well-studied girl. She was dating the governor..
"bob he" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"We were just talking about like marketing. Sakata's wildness in a way that you know. I'm in my opinion in like she definitely was one of the first artists that really in a nuanced way sold her sexuality in a way that was definitely pushing the envelope but not like where principal really take it further and you know the eighties but for me. It was revolutionary in the seventies sexy sweet and kind of natural in a way where you look at all bernard. I mean watching okla like she didn't laugh. Yes yeah yeah. Yeah she you know she. She used what she got to. Won't that was influenced by bagger and and And the way he pranced agent the boas in this stuff that he wore. That's around the time of david bowie. You know if you would. Nick you see david or you know so. I saw happening. And i tried to bring it out into shelter is archie was beautiful and she was sexy and without being today. It's almost overdone. You know working back then we could be and one team more so i was always careful not to offend anybody. You know you know. We all remember the janet jackson and the justin timberlake. I mean so many stories to find out of my hands. There's the question. I always wanted to know though like one of my all time. Favorite records Roofers in shock akon was their album. Ask rufus and seventy seven. But i also know that. The group imploded that year And that's before you know they had to Replace musicians and whatnot can you. What was the the situation. Like in seventy seven. That broke the band. The original incarnation of rufus and chaka. Khan what was that. What was the situation that may happen. If we can get into. Every band goes through this. You know every band you know when they get to old. Uk get back together. But i see journey is playing joan speech you know. They all starting to think with.
"bob he" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Moss and herb alpert were like in the sort of the seventies inclination of records There was another guy to gil friesen. I don't know what he does now off reason you know but there were just absolutely incredible. had lou adler with what was his. He had a record label within the moss. It was. i don't know if you remember. They walk the. I'm going to say laurel and hardy studios So the the rarely chaplain chaplain studios. Now the unique place. John carol adler dilly preston. You know the you know all of the acts. Everybody was on the lot you know you had to reserve studios sly wanted to record their in. Became like a record. Plant the place to record crazy because you know we take. A episode was shocked at that building. You did. yeah yeah. Trump is up for Hall of fame this year live. Well she was nominated. But i'll for next year old. It's you know it's got to pick and choose long story the mountains catching we're when you're when you're when you're getting the you know the people to vote or however one gets on the hall of fame maybe you could remind them has been nominated as.
"bob he" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"That wasn't a beetle and so it was his ability to play and not have to hear a note but add to their music. Georgia and billy were the closest george harrison. Man you know there was that myth you know there was a music express. I can't remember but there were so many you know there were so many magazines in england that were music oriented because of what was happening with pink. Floyd you know queen of led zeppelin. You know what he was into it. you know. The boy bands came you know and then it just morphed into something different. It's kind of like clothing with you. Know now i see the pandora's got the new station in studio studio fifty four. You know they're bringing back a disco mad. I remember there were burn disco records. You know in the stadium hero. Everybody had had it. I don't even remember what stadium. it was. Okay i'll let you ask questions. I get too excited. That i felt tripping on the fact that there may have been a black beal some point. Is that what you're saying like dat really it'll conversation. I mean he. Basically billy preston came to prominence even before as a solo artist. Because he was he was there for the very last show. Were you there on that rooftop show. I was not there at the rooftop show. I was there for the let. It be sessions though correct. Yes can you describe what those last days were like. Was there tension in the air. Like how how'd especially with. Phil spector as a producer. Like what was the just the general. Let it be sessions like especially with preston's involvement with the tower. Snow had their quirks. Everybody you know but one thing in common was music you know Nobody told anybody what to play. It was all done by felix question. You know what. I'm you know on of leading when you're writing a song you know avik the trailer for paul. Mccartney is the rhody cents. Pass you the salt and pepper. I'm sure you've seen it then. Paul says sergeant backwards. What are you talking is known salt pepper man and so called and says you know it's i haven't seen it but it's the thing you know you feed off of one another It's duty again. I'm not a musician. Did you sense tension in the air like because they basically broke up on the record that billy was involved with the most. So i'm just trying to figure out like how i did not i did not anything you know. It was just a team of people playing music. Have you ever been on an off road adventure one where you have to travel highways dirt roads and maybe even comic view rocks. Ooh are you like me in thinking about taking up mountain biking or a new trail run while the ford bronco sport was built with adventure seekers in mind. You know folks like us get back your things and hit the road and this four by four. Suv listen it has been created to help make your journeys easy impossible. Check this out. They have the.
"bob he" Discussed on Questlove Supreme
"Up and smooth join you know she force promoters to take like seven high paying routes gigs just to even have a conversation about having a jay z. Show whatever so that said. I was always curious to know how an unknown rufus and chaka khan became like majestic almost over slightly overnight like two or three years. Whatever so actually look at the history of the unknown artists that were coming on soul train and realized that most of them had a name in common. And that name of course was a the world. Famous bob ellis Who at the time You know in addition to managing his Been wife diana ross also with billy preston Comedian franklin guy. I believe Oh with ron wood. Ron would being on soul train with billy. Preston was like how that happened meatloaf status quo for all you. Jay bilas many status quo samples on on his mix tapes Our guest today has pretty much. You know ushered in a very important era of for lot of acts in the seventies that we've grown up listening to and not to mention S- progeny one of our favorite people on earth Tracy ellis ross. Is you know her father. We are very very honored to have on our show today. All right so shall i name it with your proper name. Or how. I've known you as just bob vila's because just bomb bella cisco because i was like. Do i call you robert elvis stillbirth or else job silverstein of. You would think of what. I was an intern for a pr firm. When i moved to los angeles of tell you real quick. And then we'll get. Billy has so i was an inch takeover. You we cannot say your name. I walk.
"bob he" Discussed on Voices of Hope’s Cardinal Cafe
"We've never. We never wanted to make. It helps if you have a woman in the group who can play a little bit when they go up to the red sox yup good dry. We're in good shape that can percentages aren't very high. It seems strange that there aren't that many women playing golf in some of these tournaments and the lefties playing golf. And i would say that seventy percent of the time i'm with either a woman or left-hander early well see i don't santa's going to be our ace in the hole. According to what she told me. But we'll see my wife took off because she got tired of being left back at the office where the guys are all playing with clients so she actually ended up playing and she's fairly good. She got to play at firestone. Some of those places so she volunteers on a day. She doesn't she rather held out in other ways but that's one of the reasons she goes. The women in the office are getting left behind. And i wanted to play so rain. So she she we learn that. But anyway yeah. So don't don't think cassandra's on a ringer and shoot. She won't mind me. Saying amazing saves many lives but on the golf course. She's there to have fun. We all are playing a couple of where the team that finishes in last place they win. It can of tennis balls. That could be fun with the golden tennis bill rice. Thank you again very much off that you're doing better. I can't been five years. It seems like it was yesterday. Twenty eight year versity. Wow india bursary. I left. Yeah well we'll see on the twenty seconds. We'll almost be there on your anniversary until you go much for this opportunity I had a great time out but the listeners did you guys did. But i just it was fun talking laughing in being comfortable and it was easy and we got to meet your pop of the show i could. He's tiny she's like eleven. I don't cook picked her up and put her because she's tiny there. Yeah i know they aren't a little bit. Yeah my dogs are like seventeen eighteen pounds. And that's how he greets everybody at the door so he barks like he's fifty pounds but he's a little tiny gay and thank you for coming on you guys all a channel five of great to us. Can't they have enough. And we look forward to seeing you. And if you wanna come and talk to bob. Amoeba began the golf dot com. We also have some shows that we're working on So that's the view h. Boston dot org. We will see you next time. We'll hear you next time. It's a podcast. I wish next time. But it's here you next time. Thank you very much light. A great visualization. Yes.
"bob he" Discussed on Distractible
"Gas. John that down. They deliver to fridge so violently. Your house thought it was an earthquake. Yes right cool. Just wanted clarity. And this was the good team. Yeah they did a great job. I love those guys. Check it off my notes here so and so. Finally we get that resolved. After a day of me. I called an eight track company and was like i need. You guys have fixed this. And they're like okay. We'd have a guy there in a week. And i was like what i just told you. We all have natural gas. It's like fifty degrees outside like gigi. Hurry up a little. Does anyone volunteered. Gimme a spot in line or something. And she's like no no. We'll see you in a week and that was the best solution. I had figured out the whole thing. Can we call this the cold man. Can we make it. they're supporting. Don't even worry man a whole saga. This was this morning. Oh no fucking idea man. I okay so this is kind of quiet right so the natural gas thing happened and then there's a whole week where every day i'm calling the store to be like. Hey you guys tried to deliver a fridge. And it was dented. And like you took it back like when do we get the next one like. When can we get it idea. I spent an hour and seventeen minutes on the phone to the store. I went back and looked. Because i was shocked. And i never spoke to a human a single time lows. I don't fucking care. We're not sponsored by lowe's it slows right. It's like a big appliance hardware home improvement store. There's like fifty people twenty people however that worked there. I was calling his specific department. Where they're supposed to be a person. I called eleven times over the entire course of a day. Every time i had a spare five minutes. I'd call and be like maybe i'll get someone now and i didn't talk to a person the whole day and their phone loop goes you call automated system as we want to connect to the phone rings in the department. You call for a solid five minutes. Then you're connected back to the automated service who just does the exact same shit and reconnect the same phone that rings for another five minutes and then after you do that a third time when the phone stops ringing it just goes boom boom and hangs up. And that's you think they've got like a system in place where they saw. Who is calling. It's like the delivery guy. Put a note on your file. And it was like dented. Fridge guy and they're like We'll take that. they can call man. I would love for that to be the case. I mean just with everything. These days is exactly that and it was like me trying to call my pharmacy for prescription. I needed was that exact thing. Except plus they have this five minute long light kovic vaccine disclaimer. That is at the beginning of every call. And i get very important for people to know and i get. They probably have a lot of people calling like. Can i get it or working to get the information. All needs to be presented. But i just need to talk to my pharmacist about prescription. And it's the same thing loop through to the pharmacy. It rings goes back to the machine. It goes back to the department rings three times and then the same boo boo done. The same thing. I get that like. If you're not reaching someone there has to be like an end point they notice while you to infinitely but like get an answering machine is something like faulk had an answering machine that this is true. Not having answering machine even if you don't check it. I always feel like people exaggerate when they say how long they deal with these automated systems. But i know. I've been in this exact same boat. It is just a fact of life if you have to call a business. Expect to have three hours of your day day supposed to save time. That's what i don't get. They're supposed to save time their time. Not your time on the other end has to even answer you get so frustrated you give up. And they're like. Oh thank god. We have to talk to that person in the olden days. God my fucking just like when there was music playing at least you had something to listen to you. You knew you were waiting and you could put it on speaker phone and back. Then you didn't have to go over. Russia overly the pharmacy. I to them. Do you hear me say reached that point. I own record that with the automated system. The first time i like yeah. I'm trying to reach like appliances and maybe like connecting you do appliances and like this time. I was like fucking appliances. Look you imagine if like nine one. One automated system like that for the last one emergencies. Press one class to emergencies. Press two they on the line if this is a major emergency. What's your problem or bleeding. Try calling nine one. One and your extension will be six seven nine four. Have you guys ever experienced this. There are a couple of places. I think lexi's vet and somewhere else that i call the same hold system. They have the same music. And i always gonna put on. Hold when i talked to these people in literally. It's like in my head. Like burn and dan dant bed and every time it comes on is just like at least get a playlist. How hard is it like ten songs and have a playlist for your hold music. It's the same two and a half minute long shit and it's the same song the whole time. There's not even like a difference. This is like two sections isn't an a. and b. and they're not even that different. I'm like the they're we'll play some relaxing music. And it's at max volume. The person answers the phone whispering. And you can't hear them at all because he'd be listed a blaring music for having the music autumn you turn it way down and then a person gets on there like fucking headache from your thirty eight thousand decimal bold music. No i can't hear you. I want chicken sandwiches. And they're either so pleasant it makes you more mad because you've been waiting so long or they're just like so nonchalant there's no in between their way too nice or way too apathetic. There's no in between. I was caught when they had you know how they the we value your call but it was someone at the place that record that so they picked up the phone like we row. You your call. Please keep waiting just stops mid bite. I left that out so in the low in the cycle that i was caught in that was part of it as the phone is ringing for like five minutes in the middle of that. There's a computer voice that comes on. We really value your call. We're trying our best to answer it. And then it goes back to bringing and like. I probably started talking to that pieces shit. I would love of all these different companies recorded like all of that so we could just hear a playback of everyone getting so fed. The fuck up with waiting who just hear them like. Yeah you value my my pure s stupid computer. You know amazon is recording. All things from alexa. So you know. They've got all that somewhere. He's out there man on the cloud man. It's going to be leaked one day. We're going to have a really fun. Listen yeah this. Episode of destructible is brought to you by express. Vpn i'm bald. Did you guys know that. It hasn't come up but now that you mentioned i am thinking about it now. I wasn't always bald and Sometimes i like to go searching on the internet for pictures of people full heads of hair. Just kind of relive the glory days. And i'm not gonna lie. It's something i don't usually want people to know about. Oh we could just keep that between us all the places to talk about your.
"bob he" Discussed on Distractible
"The podcast and learn the right to host next week's episode and played the role of judge being as i killed it last week. I get the hose this week. And i am wade. Barnes joined by my lovely beautiful co hosts. Marc fischbach and bob. My skin's hey guys forgot how to say my name. I did i did. I could tell. Bob you really take on a fascinating cadence when you do the intros criticize it. 'cause like it does work but this is the bob moon is very is very bouncy all right here we go again guys podcast. I'm wade this market bob. Let's hope someday we're like hanging out or just like doing something really casual and everyone's being normal and at some point way to just like a whoa guys. Hey starting to and everyone is like reading a script right now. So let me tell you about this story. I experienced last week when i went to the grocery store and had to buy milk. Who wants to play some beer pong. Let's get the cut line out by rules. Bounces are swap but only on a bouncer allowed slowly devolving into game show host version of john. Winning right there. Pilgrim's welcomed this tractable ever. This just happened different. Laugh or talk and the voice that comes out of you scares your own self. Yes have my voice is a little horse and i just laughed and my whole body was like whose laugh was that. What the hell felt like a spider wave of saliva in your throat and you go to speak blocks your vocals and you sound like something completely different. And you're like oh and then you go off but it's still there blocking off. No you're really scared like the bubble pops and you're like oh i'm back. Yeah no i have that a lot but what if it actually is just like. You're so funny at one point the demon standing behind you chuckles. So we're not even into the episode yet. Have you guys. Have you guys ever heard a voice like you're laying in bed. You're trying to fall asleep. Have you ever heard of voice. That wasn't your voice in your head. Does that happen. you know. Yeah oh yeah okay. The thing that happens to me sometimes it's almost like almost asleep and then like my body's just like you're going to die one day is terrible and i'm like oh god away but like it still sounds like me but it's like dick wade. I only ever hear my own voice like ninety nine percent of the time. But i was trying to fall asleep the other night and i was just thinking about the day like you know whatever some the stress me out and i was just laying there and i heard it sounded like it came from across the room. It was not mandy. She was asleep. I just heard a voice. That said exactly what. I was thinking that was like. That's not something you need to be upset about. Like it was my mom or something but it wasn't. It wasn't anyone's voice that i recognize. It was just like a woman's voice. I didn't sleep for like a few hours after that because my entire body was just like off. This happens other people weren't. Yeah my weird i mean. I've had it happen all the time. I is like it's either an auditory hallucination hallucinations your brain just being like. Here's a voice randomly. Who but i've had that. I've had people whisper like inches from my ear. Went on like either waking up. Or i'm going straight to that and it'll just be it'll be someone saying hello and it'd be fucking i don't like that's bad doors opening and closing. I hear it all the time. Yeah i've felt my grandma's hand my grandma who passed away late. Two thousand and five occasional like smell her perfume or like she was a smoker. Something like like it. Smell the smoke or something about. I'll feel her hand on my shoulder. Guardian angel type thing. We wouldn't like that. I would turn around and be like grandma like in moments of extreme stress or like there's been moments like where i'm driving and some swerve at me. Obviously we got hit by the semi but like other than that. There's been a few moments. Where like something i should not have seen all like just barely dodged and i'll feel like she like pushed my hands to help me turn away from it or something which is really weird. No those are grasping at you from the beyond leo coming to me now. All just missed you. Who's other die. Come back to me. Oh i'll next time baked uncle. That always hated you. Pop up save the knock him on steroids into it online. You ought to visit with your grandson. Don't you see all of this. Supernatural discussion has excited for today's topic which is delivered right. What a segue delivering you to the beyond as fast as possible. Gotcha i understand. We're kind of cheating a little bit today because our topic comes. I feel like it's already kind of a bias topic. But bob had a heck of an experience and we're so excited mark and i were so excited to hear how happy he was about that. We had to change our topic last minute from very other. Good one that we definitely had planned in advance Delivery bob if you're ready. I will yield my time to you if you will. So yeah so. Are you going to try and compete with this marker. We know i'm gonna let that role. I have something else for it. But i want to. I want to hear this. I still reserve the right to a point where i want them to a leaking out of turn. My way through this episode was my uncle. Tried to shut me shoveling a ghost sock in my mouth right there. Yield a yield. My time extractable is also fortunate enough to be sponsored by grub up today when you're livestream come up for grub at some point and someone who's been streaming more and more and more lately i can tell you it's really nice having food delivered to your door. And grub hub has got you covered pretty much all lived through the last year i think a lot of people have become aware of the variety of food delivery options. That are out there. 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"bob he" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Hey everyone we're back Thanks for joining us again. Don't forget to check us out on how to with gusts dot com. You can also find us at Thirty one digital news You're you're actually joining us in the studio today. You can find us on sounder. Fm or wherever you listen to your favorite podcasts and go to man's cape dot com and put into code gusts farrah get twenty percent off and free shipping on it products. That that they sell and help you know. Every part of what they saw goes to help testicular cancer so go to manscaping dot com and check out all the great products. So we were talking with. Bob kendrick were back now. So marnie go ahead. I know you had a question for you. What your mom said is true. What you don't know you don't know so you know my grandfather always say information is currency so if you can inform all you know everybody out there about you know the Rapid museum for sure but about some of the sacrifices and hardships that the players were going through. I mean look anytime you say. I'm gonna go become a professional athlete. People are like. Oh yeah sure right. Okay good batch and then when you add in truly time of what was going on and joining league that no one really truly paying attention to you know when it first started so just amazing and i love you can certainly educate us and on in the museum. What do you think when people when people come to the museum. What is their initial reaction. I i know that they're surprise. Donated know certain things what would you say the takeaway when people leave you hit the nail right on the head. They marnie are amazed what they look. They really are because this is an amazing piece of baseball americana that most of us went through. Our formal education without knowing is not in the pages of american history book so there was no chance for us to learn this so this is a brand new history for the majority of the people who come to visit the major league baseball museum and yes they are absolutely blown away or what they they are. Maize are what they learn and to be quite frank guys they leave a little bit dismayed by the fact that just now had an opportunity to learn this. Why didn't i know this when i was in school. You really do you leave questioning. Why didn't i know this answer is really simple. American historians did us all a tremendous. Disservice kept us wonderful chapter baseball at americana away from us and so it was almost like it didn't happen and we're here. It tell you not only did it happen. It happened in granted ios acid. And so yeah. It's an amazing place where you literally walk out of here. Cheering the power of the human spirit to persevere in prevent so it's nothing sad or somber about this story. I do think people expect that it will be because we know that. This story is anchored against the backdrop of american segregation. A horrible chapter in this country as as always remind people is the story here is out of segregation. Rose is wonderful story of triumph in conquest. And it's all based on one small simple principle. You won't let me play with you in just create a league amount. I love that i love. I love the lotus flower. Because it really does bloom through all this like. It's hard to you know load. This really has resilience and then it blows through the the swamp the vase of wherever it is negative his score. Or how did that happen. Well you know wanted to it really have mission to be part of something and again created its own routes and adult legacy and then bloomed iso. I was excited to share with the sherry with gusts. 'cause i know were truly the gatekeeper of heart on in history. That talk about the that got us. Is pittsburgh guy talking about your city. I've gotten getting ready to ask you buy me that history lesson on the pittsburgh crawford's oh man your city does we're talking had as much black baseball history as in and it goes back even prior to the crawford's to the legendary homestead grace. Yes got theirs right down the road from pittsburgh. The homestead grays came into existence in one thousand nine hundred fifty nine hundred. Fifteen through a guy named cumberland posey and cumberland. Posey is a name that people probably don't know but should know because competent posey hose distinction of being into sports major sports halls of fame. Come and bo might be the best basketball player in this country at one point nine and he's into basketball hall of fame in springfield and he's also in the national baseball hall of fame in cooperstown bills that homestead grays team and to one of the greatest baseball franchise is not in black baseball history but in baseball history. And then gus greenlee creates the pittsburgh crawford's and you almost had them a civil war in between those two story franchises and man they were going after each other and gus greenlee had a lot of money. And you know cumberland. Posey had come into money and they were taking each other players and forth and so they were jumping ship but the fan base in pittsburgh they were getting to see some of the best baseball ever played and a stop. How we're talking shooter star power. That was there in pittsburgh. Black baseball history. When you start talking about between both teams josh gibson. Smokey joe williams coup papa. Bail satchel paid bulk leonard. You know willie foster ted double duty radcliffe. I mean the names of megastars who call at pittsburgh area home at one point in time and then the he'll the he'll was dumped. Oh yeah that he'll was dumping. And so yes. Pittsburgh clays such a prevalent role in this story and while the cropper's were shortly they didn't have a long long shelf life. The homestead grays would become one of the greatest baseball franchises again. I'm black baseball history but in baseball history at one point one nine consecutive opinions negro league world series and then they would eventually lead the pittsburgh area and relocate to dc at another one of your one of your other stopping grounds and so they were playing at griffith stadium in white see and they were outdrawing. The washington senators while filling up the ballpark yet. They were filling up the ballpark. But yet your neck of the woods man has always seen great black baseball. Of course you have disparate currier there which was essentially the african american usa. Today it was a pittsburgh based paper but it was a national paper really brought this to life. You know that whole scene.
"bob he" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well you know. sometimes you have that experience anyway. People at all they're gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion today tony tomato here and a real pleasure i have man this probably one of my favorite all time. Time traveled truly jays and that is of course back to the future and we have the producer of all three films. Mr bob gale bob. What a pleasure to have you case. I'm happy to be here tony. But i'm just curious. This is one of your favorite time. Travel trilogies are there. Some other ones that i don't know about you know it's a good point. I think you're is i. Don't think the race i it's. It's your favorite benefit by that reckoning. Would also be your least favorite. No not at all at all and we'll talk about the movies a little bit but the reason we're here is for the delorean fans like me. I love that car. it's iconic. I kind of put it up there with the uss enterprise star trek. It's a science fiction icon. It really is. It's turned out to be anybody on tv. Sees that car to go back to the future. I mean do just know it just like you see the enterprise but there's a book it's a dot brown's handbook on the delorean babushka. Great idea for a book to put this together. What was that like to kind of revisit. This amazing car. Well first of all. I need to give credit to Chris sprints the work editor insight. Editions 'cause he was the one that came up with the idea of doing this book inside. It's done a couple of books about fictional vehicles save got one on vehicles of the marvel universe and they've got one or two volume star wars. I think they've got ghostbusters amd book so chris said hey we ought to do back to the future. Delorean handbook and thought okay. That's great because there are so many delorean fanatics out there. But i think that what sets this book apart and makes it go beyond what the original instinct ways is that the different sections of the book are a broken. Up with excerpts from doc. Brown's journals so even if you're not real tech oriented you're gonna find a lack a what to enjoy in this book because the book starts op where we're picking up doc..
"bob he" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Gonna show Bob he's written a book called disaster bonds of a rise in the high stakes high risk and the story behind the deep water well blowout we know it well on this show remember day after day we were talking about that and even did a a remote from the luck see Mississippi but he's a veteran of the energy industry he's got massive experience in this massive experience in business start ups mergers turnarounds governance and operations you name it and today he also works as a prestigious chair in this did so that's getting the people in Houston the CEOs and business owners as he says together to become better leaders what a time for that Hey Bob thanks so much for coming on happy to be with you get so you have such vast experience in the energy industry where are we now when it comes to a boil and what has happened in this pandemic we are in the perfect storm right now Kate was the demand destruction does come from the pandemic as well as the overall price war this between Saudi and the Russians are right now because we we have very low prices and the demand destruction as much as twenty million barrels a day globally so it's the perfect storm of challenges for the US industry for shore yes so what do you do if your end of course is different you know lanes in the oil industry in the oil and gas industry what about those people that have all hill and they have investors and they were just getting to that point Bob weir wow this is going to break related to drill are they stuck at this point they were truly at festival might right now in within the industry you know we had a we tend to have these downturns about every ten years it seems to be that that's kind of the cycle just because of market forces here we have the market forces between international and and domestic industry partners but now we have the pandemic which is actually destroyed a lot of the but the man so it will lot of companies had just pulled out of the two thousand fifteen downturn in crude prices will be cut down to about thirty dollars a barrel back then we were up about sixty five dollars a barrel towards the end of the year and now we're sitting right now at twenty six dollars which is the lowest price that's the lowest price I can think of since about two thousand one two thousand to sh what happens when that when the industry with that kind of price volatility cursed the industry tends to pull back everybody lays down there we expect hibernate their companies and they start fighting with the banks that's the biggest challenge well so it's just hunkering down getting through it so that you can come out okay on the other end at this point right and waiting for those prices to rise that's been typically the the strategy over the years here though because the demand itself is so far off critically we burn it about ninety ninety five million barrels a day globally well that's estimates are that that's all at least twenty million barrels a day SummerSlam for SummerSlam last let the the demand curve typically for a crude international gas especially since relatively inelastic so we've never worry too much about the the volume that we're gonna sell what we forgot the price well now you have both yeah you've got a sec severe elasticity with demand and that is proven the price so low now so it's it's a good we're in unprecedented territory and I think there's going to be are you serious failure within the industry I easy even if the Saudis and the Russians come to some agreement on Thursday to have a big meeting on Thursday if they even if they cut their production back ten or eleven million barrels a day combined for okay I don't think it's going to have much effect on crude price because the demand is still far below that right because of course people aren't out on the roads even if you just took the United States you you see you look at the cities and people are not driving so that's one reason obviously right what what do you tell if somebody comes to you and you're you're an adviser when you've been through not this but you've been through other challenges what do you tell somebody that's in this position in the end in our industry if you don't like what's going on just wait about five minutes because it's you know then so what I've learned over the years and I've been through downturns since nineteen seventy eight I got into the business back five we've had downturns throughout my entire career in those who take advantage of the downturn ours ours courageous and invest into the downturn they didn't come out the other side produced all of their existence has happened every time that I've witnessed a downturn here because the demand destruction it may be different I think this also could thrive traditional petroleum based hydrocarbons based companies into more alternative fuels this is a little bit of what he was doing back in the in the late nineties and early two thousands of women when they they had their big problems with color with the Amoco refinery explosion and then later the BP well blowout they were actually trying to move not significantly but more and alternatives I think this may drive the domestic industry to start thinking about other sources of heat here's what the apostle feels what would I say that that I think in general what people have to to do across the board is refocus reimagine and reinvent so the power of the collective of getting information of talking to guys like you of of having peers except for I think would be really powerful now because isolation could be deadly yeah in the end we're especially are hamstrung here because we tend to be more of more of a face to face kind of industry and the whole lot of money colleagues they don't they don't even know how to start soon more are are keen on any kind of video conferencing so a lot of my colleagues are having this really hostile to to maintain their their communications not only with their employees but with other car companies the interesting thing about to get the oil and gas industry is we generally don't care about our customers because our customers are shell and firmware when they buy everything you did in that class all customers in our industry are actually our business partners people who the partner in drilling different projects for production for refineries in those kinds of things and that's where it's really important now that companies talk amongst themselves even sometimes even competitors talking amongst themselves because competitors are also your partners in this particular industry but also in other in other industries to gain knowledge and experience from other CDOs what they're going through and how they put their tears not only whether the the storm the brand now but come out the other side chick much stronger but ready to grow yeah and you've seen it because you mentioned it to an end I of course I I talked about your book at the top and you saw what that was like as the countdown was on every day I mean you and I talked off the air and how many times did you say I think you were on media every single day like on N. B. C. forever giving updates on what was going on with water well blow out a kind of an interesting role during that whole time I'm I'm a writer's vision of what this book about the world but also written other things and and I ended up being kind of a voice of the industry because of the one thing our industry does when something goes wrong is we circle the wagons that had this cone of silence the public doesn't really understand what's going on in the highly technical situation like the BP well blowout was nobody in the industry talks and so in a vacuum we get all kinds of nonsense that comes out through the media so I started talking in in just kind of explain technically what was going on then all the sudden I got picked up by NBC and I was on the nightly news during the summer of two thousand and sixteen something like forty four nights in a row and I was on MSNBC and CNBC and a number of other even L. Jizerou ice but a bit of time with al Jazira because they they want to cover the U. S. industry also just from a different geographic perspective obviously and so I found myself in the position of kind of being the explainer and that that I thought hopefully I added to the discussion some about what was really going on and help the NBC viewers especially understand the situation in the Gulf well and you saw what it took to come out of the other side for V. P. after that disaster and I I mean I know you don't have a crystal ball you're smart man you look at this situation at what do you think what kind of time tables are we talking about patience pays I like to say you're gonna have to face it so I think I've been on the front edge of the large consolidation wave consolidation ways happened during every downturn because there's always somebody who gets caught with too much leverage they always get caught with a project that is not doesn't need to return standards needed to maintain bank financing the one thing the industry does which I think is a mistake in it it's always been a mistake is to use bank debt to to fund to increase returns but to fund the drilling and production projects the problem is those the tenor of the time limit of the bank it does not match the time of members or so it's a mismatch in in equity and debt and companies are always getting caught out with too much debt just when the downturn comes because they're hard to pinpoint so you're gonna have some failures I mean there's there's discussion of having many is seventy seventy five percent of internet companies here in Houston either fail or have to merge with somebody else the big guys will will make it they always do but it's the it's the smaller companies that are very specialized in the ones that will be challenged and a lot of times you'll find CEO getting together and and and and deciding to merge themselves to keep the banks from taking away from us and so you'll see me again to see a lot of that one that's going to happen with the cake because the situation is so dire and the price fell so far so fast that my colleagues are moving quickly try to figure out what to do here before they all yeah so speed is of the essence there's no doubt about that right yeah all right Bob that better times ahead let's hope Bob Kavner thank you so much for joining us on the show we appreciate it thank you.