35 Burst results for "Bob I"
Merrick Garland Is the Current Hired Gun of the Craven Ruling Class
"Today, Merrick Garland is doing a hearing in front of the House judiciary committee. Merrick Garland is being asked certain questions that he doesn't even know the specifics of what he does his attorney general is exactly what bob Mueller did when he was the appointment, where they have these elderly kind of elderly old men that have had long resumes and careers, Merrick Garland being a federal judge, bob Mueller, think bubble around the FBI, and he's something like that. And then they use them as puppets and they manipulate them to wage domestic war on us. Merrick Garland, you have to understand what you're dealing with here. Is the current hired gun of the craven ruling class. Merrick Garland is the placeholder of all of the entrenched interests. Merrick Garland oversees the department that spied on Donald Trump illegally oversees the department that had Peter struck and Lisa page. James Comey, Merrick Garland is the placeholder unelected by the way no one showed up in huge numbers to go elect Merrick Garland to be able to write letters to say to the national school board to acknowledge the letter from the national school board association, say, you know what? We need to go use the FBI the Department of Justice to go after moms and dads that are showing up in big numbers to school board meetings. Now, Republicans are doing their job here by overseeing Merrick Garland. They're conducting oversight. And a lot of this is just words. But Merrick Garland is not used to being challenged like this. I listen to some of the hearing this morning and I could tell you this is a man who just like bob Mueller is only a placeholder and is being used and manipulated by other treacherous and other malevolent interests. To try to weaponize the federal government in the United States.
Mark Levin Remembers Studying Rush Limbaugh
"Rush from time to time would have me over This is many years ago Maybe the late 90s As he was doing his radio shows broadcasting And I'd be watching him do it And he would say you're studying me aren't you Mark I said yes I am sir And he would laugh He thought it was great while he was puffing on a cigar And something I always wanted to do even before I heard Russia knew rush or heard bob grant or new bob grant Or one of my favorites in Philadelphia in a local station Was Dominic Quinn in Philadelphia many many years ago Of course our buddy Tom right In Baltimore mister producer Tom marr we missed on Marvin miss all these guys Very very
'American Marxism' Tops Best-Sellers List on Amazon
"This link was just sent me in and I pulled it up and I put it on the cutter and parlor Amazon's best sellers of 2021 so far Remember my book came out I think it was June wasn't it mister producer Yeah June Maybe it was July I remember By far American Marxism Number two a book called atomic habits Number three the four agreements Number four is a novel Number 5 is a novel Number 6 is a kid's book Number 7 is a kid's book Number 8 is a novel 9 is a novel number ten is a kid's book no 11 is a kid's book Number 12 looks like an adult comic book Number 13 is a novel Number 14 is a novel Number 15 is a Dr. Seuss book Number 16 is power The 48 laws of power 17 rich dad poor dad that book goes on forever 1819 84 same with that one Number 19 5 love language is big book Number 20 kids book Number 21 novel Number 22 peril Bob Woodward's book Robert Costa is a loser book for the amount of money no doubt that they were paid The book that tried to take out Trump like so many of them people are sick of books like that So that book did very very poorly overall
Democrats Will Write the Same Movie Script of Russian Collusion in the Next Election
"I bring it up because again these people are going to get off I have no confidence in the justice system whatsoever But this is what they did They took a plot they erase Bob Dole's name They erase John McCain's name and put in Donald Trump Donald Trump's name and I bring it up because they are going to do it again Don't think for a second that the media will expose as their hacks their activist hacks They have no credibility They have no dignity They're an embarrassment to their entire neighborhood Their village their families their friends they will do nothing to uncover this I can almost guarantee you in the next election You will again hear this same theme coming up Oh my gosh rushing influence in the I don't know say Trump doesn't run And the desantis campaign guarantee And you'll remember this show on this date and this podcast what is it 1627 and you'll be like oh my gosh they're trotting out and bunging those 2007 movie script The same story from The Wall Street Journal again
Standup Comedy Interview & Set with Bob Ettinger of Jeopardy Show #86 - burst 1
"I remember. At that time there was a thing called crashing. Gum in the freshness gum. the gum. That went squirt right right. I remember that had a joke. Any birth control gum. That would keep you from doing his court. So that would my the birth control gum. The gum will let you squirt. That's you know for a young guy that was just on the fringe of show business. That was not a bad i joke. Well let's bet did ever made it to one of your stages. I well it probably better that it didn't but i just think for a young guy just going to Initial comedy classes. That's not a bad start. Obviously you had a talent for writing. I know that the later in this interview that will come up as being an important partner career but so comedy writing and then going to this comedy class with danny more kind of gave you your start.
Gen. Mark Milley Spent More Time Talking to Anti-Trump Reporters Than Leading Our Military
"There were three books during the course of the past three months that came out that were highly critical of president Trump Written by one two three four I guess 5 or so reporters and I'm not even taught and then if you count peril that's four books Four books By so called journalists More to come And every one of those books general Millie spoke with the authors He knew they were doing hit jobs on Trump He knew they were doing hit jobs on his administration And he spoke to them anyway Is that the job Of the head of the joint chiefs of staff to be talking to authors reporters who he knows are writing Hostile negative books on Trump Boy was questioned about that in part today cut three go And by the way this is by representative Jim banks Republican Indiana go General milley why is it important for the military to be non political I think an apolitical military is critical to the health of this republic General why did you spend you've already established yesterday and say you spent a significant amount of time talking to book political book authors and political reporters including Bob Woodward What compelled you to do that I believe that part of my job is to communicate to the media What we do as a government what we do as a military to experience is so preposterous So utterly dishonest what he said Go ahead So I do interviews regularly with we're not talking about doing interviews regularly We're talking about hit jobs by known Journalists who hate Trump
Rep. Matt Gaetz Presses Military Officials Over Mishandling of Afghanistan
"But I was very very impressed with Matt gates at the house hearing today And those of you who weren't able to watch or hear and so forth I want you to listen to this Cut one go February 26th 2020 House armed services committee general Mark milley we know we're not going to defeat the Taliban militarily and they're not going to defeat the government of Afghanistan militarily You really blew that call didn't you general I believe that that was a issue of strategic stalemate and that if we had remained in Afghanistan with the advisory levels of effort then the government of Afghanistan That's an interesting question It's just not one I asked You spent more time with Bob Woodward on this book than you spent analyzing the very likely prospect that the Afghanistan government was going to fall immediately to the Taliban didn't you Not even close congressman Oh really 'cause you said right after cobble fell that no one could have anticipated the immediate fall of the Ghani government When did you become aware that Joe Biden tried to get Ghani to lie about the conditions in Afghanistan He did that in July Did you know that right away I'm not aware of what President Biden you're not aware of the phone call that Biden had with Ghani where he said whether it is true or not we want you to go out there and paint a rosy picture of what's going on in Afghanistan You're the chief military adviser to the president You said that the Taliban was not going to defeat the government of Afghanistan militarily which by the way they cut through them like a hot knife through butter And then the president tries to get gunny to lie when did you become aware of that attempt Well there's two things that are congressman if I may One is what I said was the situation with stalemate And if we kept advisers with the government of Afghanistan and the army would have still been there That's what I said Whether that's right or wrong I don't know but it seems wrong now Secretary Austin are you capable of assessing whether another has the will to fight No we're not And that's the point that the chairman made
Senate parliamentarian deals fresh immigration blow to Dems
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting the Senate parliamentarian deals a fresh immigration blow to Democrats congressional Democrats have been dealt another blow in their bid to help millions of immigrants remain in the United States permanently Senate parliamentarian Elizabeth macdonough says the latest proposal by Democrats cannot be included in the three point five trillion dollars social and environmental bill earlier in September but Donna ruled a democratic proposal to provide permanent status to young immigrants known as dreamers who were brought to the U. S. as children violated Senate rules for special fiscal bills senator Bob Menendez of New Jersey said he disagrees with the latest decision while adding Democrats will submit fresh immigration alternatives to McDonough Mike Rossi Washington
Mark Milley Admits to Speaking With Bob Woodward for Trump Book
"Milly. What a what a real real real treacherous road. He's been on. I'm trying to use my words very carefully because my anger about a guy. Admitting yesterday that he was indeed the source to these writers to books articles being written. He said yeah. I was giving interviews off the record. Can you imagine a general who is serving at the pleasure of the president of the united states. The commander-in-chief is taking time like a like a like a gossip and schmoozing with with bob woodward and people from vanity fair and writers that were hell bent on destroying the trump presidency and one of trump's own generals is is busy gossiping with reporters off the record so much for transparency
'This Is the Stuff That Mobs Do': Blowing Hillary's Russia Collusion Conspiracy Wide Open
"Bob muller comes onto the scene in the spring of seventeen after president trump fires komi right and paul ryan and too many republicans agreed to put muller on all under this cloud of the multi. What you're trying to tell me is the millions of dollars that hillary clinton pumped through was also maybe used to sweeten some journalists to write stories about this russia. Thing potentially right. I mean this story was so totally artificial. We got bob muller of yeah. I would go one step further. It's not even potentially it happened. Look we took sixty depositions under chairman newness under oath. They're all public now. Adam schiff didn't want him out. Rick grenell allied declassified them two years later and we put him out there online you can read the sussman deposition that i took that cited. In the durham indictment. That says he was talking to members of the media at the behest of client the client being the dnc fusion gps. Doing the same thing taking the same false sturt going to media and saying you guys got to put this story out and then. Here's the kicker hillary clinton and jake sullivan come in and tweet out information. As if they've never heard of it before and say look. President trump has a secret back channel to russia. If you remember this stuff in the fall of sixteen and they were the ones paying for it they pretending to know nothing about it and then they had a willing media. This is the stuff that mobs do literally. I mean this this monkey. It really
Under Fierce Republican Attack, U.S. General Milley Defends Calls With China
"Chairman of the joint chiefs of staff. Us general mark. Milley fended off. Perhaps the most personal and direct attacks of his career from lawmakers on tuesday as republicans blasted his coals with china and he's interviews for books critical of donald trump's presidency mainly was unshaken as republicans called for his resignation during an already contentious. Hearing that was meant to focus on the chaotic. Us withdrawal from afghanistan but repeatedly swerved into questions regarding the general himself when asked me acknowledged talking to washington post author bob woodward for a book that showcased mealey's role trying to avert a crisis over apparent chinese fears that trump might attack beijing in his final months in office the book detailed supposedly secret kohl's with general lease chang of the people's liberation army on the thirtieth of october twenty twenty and again on january eighth and said milley had promised to warn china. I if he were ordered to attack many confirmed the coles said they would not secret to us government officials and that he was acting on instructions from some of trump's top aides to de-escalate tensions. He acknowledged trying to send beijing a message that we are not going to attack you following. Us intelligence indicating china feared an attack. Milley said the colds fit within his mandate to ensure strategic stability. I know i am certain. President trump did not intend on attacking the chinese and it's my directed responsibility to convey presidential orders and intent. Milley told the senate armed services committee milly acknowledged that he also spoke on january eighth with us house of representative speaker. Nancy pelosi who according to the washington post at asked. The general what safeguards were in place to prevent an unstable president from launching a nuclear strike. Milly responded by assuring her of her safeguards and added. I'm not qualified to determine the mental health of the president of the united states. Milley told the senate. Tom services committee at no time. Was i attempting to change or influence. The process usurp authority are insert myself into the chain of command president. Joe biden has supported me throughout the controversy surrounding the coals. Saying he had great confidence in him.
What's the Most Damaging Element of Hunter Biden's Laptop?
"So Miranda what do you think the most damaging If you had a kind of triage the damage here right What do you think is the most damaging You're like oh this one's catastrophic Forget it Most damaging element of the laptop is it the China emails about 10% for the big guy I mean that's pretty bad Nuclear powered enemy the United States trying to buy off a family member the bidens and then given the former vice president of kickback or is it the imagery which I've heard from people who've seen it is very disturbing some of the stuff obviously not appropriate for family how we're on a radio show but what do you think the most destructive portion of this laptop is Well it's how it dams Joe Biden as being part of the scheme intimately involved in this game orchestrating this game He's involvement in the meetings with whether it's foreign oligarchs whether it's government president Xi people in Ukraine Joe Biden was there amazing these people grazing the whales introducing them to his son giving his son enormous access And then also evidence that hunter was paying for Joe we have the receipts on the laptop hunter was paying for Joe Biden's bills And you know I've dealt also back externally from the laptop they're probably 5 or 6 points of light that illuminate sections of the laptop that otherwise out of context you wouldn't realize they're full import And you know everything from Tony bob linsky trove information that I've been given from his various phones and he's filed and so on and that tellies up with what's on the laptop Once you have this interlocking jigsaw puzzle you have laid out a map of exactly what the Biden scheme was all about It was a family business and it was
Breitbart's Bob Price Discusses Covid on the Border: Migrants Aren't Tested on Arrival in US
"The main on the border is griffin. Bob price of breitbart user. This guy covers like you wouldn't believe i. I recommend y'all follow him. Bob price breitbart texas bob. Welcome back to the mike gallagher. Show he don't buddy good to be back with you. Sam could be Back away from the disaster. That's going on in del. Rio was down there earlier. This week and Getting a firsthand look at it. It's it's a mess you know. We've found a reporter in san antonio report that the Illegals the haitians in this case are not being tested for the wuhan. They're just being put on bosses in planes and yet They're forced the left wants. Five-year-old's where i'm asking. You can't go to a restaurant in new york without a wuhan shot card so the the illegals are just you. Don't they're not being tested by price. What a slap. I thought the will hand was a big deal. Well and people need to realize it's not just the haitians that aren't being tested. Border patrol does not test any migrants unless they're exhibiting symptoms of covert nineteen. They don't vaccinate anyone that they haven't custody until they're released to either is or health and human services at that point they may or may not get tested or if they're in one of the in Ngo so there are literally hundreds of thousands of people coming across the border monthly that are not being tested and vaccinated and released into the
Nixon Foundation Honors Gov. Pete Wilson
"I'm up with very little sleep this morning because we had a blast. Last night i came out to california with the fetching. Mrs hewitt so that we could celebrate with three hundred of his closest friends and staff family. Admirers donors supported governor. Pete wilson's career. Originally we had scheduled this at the nixon foundation at the nixon library. And your belinda. For the thirtieth anniversary of. Pete wilson governor of california in nineteen ninety-one and of course the virus got away to postpone it to april and then we postpone it until last night which was serendipitous from the perspective of the fetchy. Mrs hewitt i as we met for the first time on the same time i met. Pete wilson for the first time. That a pete wilson fundraiser at mission bay hosted by the san diego young republicans in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight. What behind the ears. Ohio kid thinking no. This is a pretty good place. Look at all these cute girls in that went over there. And pete wilson was working the crowd the only campaign out at ten. He went ten eleven and the one that he lost was the one that i won. Because he had an event which. I met the fetchy mrs hewitt but we worked with bob wide. His longtime chief of staff and the room was full and rocking yesterday. Great reception the governor was there. Mrs wilson wilson is a star people who live in washington. Dc new gail from people's time in the senate remember peak is a marine yearly. But we be leftover that he's a marine enlisted became. An officer is older brother. Let him there as listed managed that you know break. You're on if you joined the marines. And pete did anyway right out of jail after that law school after that. Advance work for a young richard nixon running for california governor in nineteen sixty two. That didn't work out. Well for president nixon but eventually it did for the country and for president nixon pete went and became an assemblyman then. He became the mayor of san diego for twelve years. Then it became the united states. Senator for eight years and then he became the governor of california for your great governor is a great senator largely responsible along with dan. Quayle and ronald reagan for the passage of star wars sti which many credit with the collapse of the soviet union. Finally governor wilson was just in federal. He doesn't change that age. He's the same guy and there is a tribute videos. Very funny thing. They can either be terrible or great. This was great
Author Joel Rosenberg Describes His Latest Book 'Enemies and Allies'
"Rosenberg. Welcome to the program. Thanks bob it's great to be with you. Oh eric trish. I even heard of you. I've heard of you in fact i've had you on the program many times. You have so many new york times. Bestsellers that i. I laugh because to somebody who i don't know. I think i have five officially but i thought you have written so many books and your books do so well and you now have another book so before we get into current events. 'cause i wanna talk about the middle east. Sure i'm tell us about the new book. Because it's i know it's it's the new book. Well what's interesting about this book. Enemies and allies is. It's the first book. It's the only book that really takes you inside the middle east twenty years after the horrific events of nine eleven to to assess. Where are we today right. Who our enemies today. Because they've changed and who our allies today. They've also changed but what makes us book. Distinctive is not just that. I'm sort of analyzing it from my own vantage point. But i'm taking the readers inside the palaces and the presidential compounds in every major american ally in the middle east. You're sitting with prime minister. Benjamin netanyahu you're sitting with israeli president ruby. Rivlin you're sitting with. Israel's defense minster by you're also sitting as i take you with me into riyadh saudi arabia and you're meeting mohammed bin salman most consequential and i think the most controversial leader in the arab world and presidency in egypt and king of jordan and the leaders of the united arab emirates and bahrain. This there is no book. Might this that has allowed you to sit there and listen to these leaders. What are they think are the worst threats facing not only the united states but them how do they how are they changing their societies because there are massive changes. So that's what makes us book interesting and for me fascinating to live it over the last few
Bob Woodward Busy Promoting 'Peril,' Should Be Covering Clinton Lawyer's Charges
"Talking about the biggest story that should be wall to wall coverage on every network tonight should be in the front page of every newspaper And that is the indictment of one of the top warriors with a Quentin campaign and when it's clearly a conspiracy to commit one of the biggest frauds in the history of this country Certainly when it comes to politics You know I go back to Watergate and those two guys that were riders that we've now turned into like gods of journalism Guys Woodward where the hell is that guy right now Seriously Why isn't he doing his job talking about this Why isn't Woodward an American investigative journalist started working for The Washington Post right Guy that helped bring down Nixon Why isn't he telling the truth on this story You know what he's doing today 8 hours ago Yahoo News headline Bob Woodward weren't warned Donald Trump wants to be president again for one worrying reason Let's land The president Bob Woodward thinks he knows that what Donald Trump wants to do if he wins the presidency again On Tuesday's MSNBC morning Joe Woodward and fellow Washington Post journalist Robert Costa spoke about the reporting that went into their newly released book peril The book details the final months of the Trump administration lifts the lid on many of the expletive laden rants and attempts over turn the 2020 election results
Joe Biden Mischaracterizes the Push Back He Is Getting
"But right now I want to go to Joe L. Barbosa Biden right before he left for his, um, swinging soiree in Delaware, his little vacation that he's on until tomorrow when he comes to Manhattan, and by the way, Manhattan's already a zoo traffic is Crazy in the city with the U. N General Assembly got all the globalists in town ready for their annual meeting and Joelle Barbosa Biden will be joining them. He had some words for us some words of wisdom, um, trashing some GOP governors. I want you to listen to this, but we're facing a lot of pushback. Especially from some of the Republican governors. The governors of Florida and Texas are doing everything they can to undermine the lifesaving requirements that I proposed. And some of the same governors attacking me or in states with the strictest vaccine mandates for Children attending school in the entire country. Now hang on a second before we go on. This is very, very classic. Biden. These are the same people attacking me. This is that nothing is a relaxed the problem here. Is that every time somebody disagrees with what Joel Bob also, Biden says, it's somehow an attack on him. This is not an attack on you. This is people saying, Look, I do not want you to tell me what I have to forcefully put in my body number one. I do not want you to tell me that I have to put a mask over my child's face. This is a big deal to a lot of people because For some younger kids up to third grade. They can't seem lips moving and mouths moving. They don't learn how to make sounds correctly. And I just learned that recently. Uh, I had no idea that that was a thing part of the developmental phase of a young student. So I think Joe Biden's mischaracterizing the pushback that he's getting,
The Zach Wilson Era Is off to a Disastrous Start
"So let's talk about zack wilson. Because you mentioned him and watching him lose twenty five to six at home to the patriots and bill ballot check and bill. Bella check destroys rookie. Quarterback's he consumes them. He picks their bones. That's all stuff that we know already cleans. His teeth with the bones of rookie quarterback is what he does but we saw jets fans alex. You know throwing in the towel and it's week two. And i say that because they were literally throwing souvenir tales from the stands. And zach wilson. The four picks. I'm curious about climbing into your memory bank here because what do you. Alex smith remember about playing the colts back in two thousand and five pablo. I've definitely tried to forget this one all right but we're good. I do remember my first career. Start the number one defense at the time and like the colts were in their heyday. Payton was rolling. But that defenseman dwight free robert matt Bob sanders. i mean it was. It was a joke and yeah. It's all a terrible blur for me. Like four picks i think my rating was it like it was a disaster but i think that was a clear design i was i just turned twenty one. I mean i played only two years in college in a spread system now trying to plan their center. Probably this become this pro quarterback whatever that is and It was not good. I was definitely i. I felt unprepared. And it was a disaster and it showed. You've been a guy who had a four interception game really early after being a top. Pick your the number one overall pick of course. What do you counsel him. Hypothetically what do you stay to him after a game like this if you were to visit him. Alex smith kind of like a ghost of christmas future. What do you. What do you tell a kid who's very talented but also just had a day like this. I think exactly that. I mean i think you gotta go like for me. I just go to the third and fourth picks that he grew and pause before the snap and look look like jack. It's ten to three on this one. It's in the third quarter we got. There's a ton of football left. There's no reason to throw this ball up The way he did and then even the second one in the fourth grade. I mean i think it was thirteen to three. At that point. There is still time. Left like again I think going back to just doing your
"bob i" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus
"Work ethic and i started to use it in the of by ultimate career in broadcasting and as i said i've faced many times rice struck out rifle at a chance to move up Baseball rifaat. i had an opportunity at another job in in football television whenever it might have been. But i'd juwan what. I learned playing sports to continue to persevere. Disappointed your dejected. But you don't give up you keep going and keep pursuing your dream. Yeah i mean it just teaches you so many lessons in life And you know to. You don't really accept failure but you understand that it's gonna happen right. Nobody wins every game. Unless you're tom brady. I guess you know you just kinda keep moving on but i love that so tell me i have a friend who does radio now here in pittsburgh on katy k. I don't know if you've ever heard of that station off anyway. So when we read the original larry does. He's been doing radio they call the voice of pittsburgh steeler games and things like that and i said when you were a kid Were you the guy out there like when somebody would up to home plate and you would say hey comes vavi up to the home plate you know we got him and he said yeah. I voice over the whole time. You're playing. did you do stuff like that. Because i think when you do those things as a kid. It kind of carries over to your indulgent. Always always i. I used to watch games in the basement. Turn the tv sound down. And pretend that i was broadcasting. The games at home. When i was playing with my buddies i did the same thing again. I was so fortunate speaking of my roots in in auburn new. I was in a community. That had a really fantastic literally. Baseball complex and people are recognized. They'd heard me announcing the games that i was playing with my friends. They knew that. I wanted to be a broadcaster who were involved with our little league baseball complex and program and we had a press box with the pa system. We had lights with doubleheaders. So i would play in one game at six o'clock say and then for the seven o'clock game i would be invited by the commissioner of the league or someone else who was one of the league officials up to the press walks and i'd sit next to the pa announcer and he would let me let me announce batters occasionally every time. There was a foul ball. Hit outta play. I would say. Please return all foul balls to the playing field immediately and it was it. That was the beginning of my career broadcasting. Let's say that's where. I started to develop at each and i can show the scope. Codes are now. Lieutenant said yes. Yeah absolutely yeah absolutely. Snow cones really popular. Oh academic but i think about those days and i've talked to so many of my colleagues. Everybody kinda started in a similar way for us. You know words rallies passion broadcasting at an interest in broadcasting as well You know equal in terms of our interests and we played for we and we we. We talk out loud. We talk to ourselves calling the play by play. The games were participating in. Yeah i mean. I i was never good at i. Just sit and watch But i can see like how that would change over like if you're watching a baseball game of football game. Whatever it was you know. I could just see like announcers like you and and other people let the that's what they would do. They would just voice over. They'd watch it watch replays There's a pretty funny comedian bob. Memory of you ever heard of bob. He's pretty he's like on twitter and in ticked talk and things and and he takes place from different sports any voices. Everybody puts swear words to it. I laughed so hard. Because that's you know it's like man you want. Sometimes you watch a game like that. And i just hear. My dad cussing in the background like when he was watching the pirates and his dealers. And like you want a little bit of that like like personality to it. Yeah but as a broadcaster do it he could short circuit your career. At least someone like. But i have been on the air live for college football game with one of my broadcast partners. Unfortunately let out a four letter word that begins with f. it ends with gay After the officials missed passing offense of pass interference call on a late score. A so. i've been in a position where i've heard it on air gusts in it certainly member. I'll never forget that. I i i'm gonna knock on wood cross my fingers again. I never repeat that kind of mistake right right. I'm sure there's a lot of people in boston price. Eight enough of the times that you don't need to say it. I say it so much to myself or outlaws. When i'm watching games as a fan. I tear generally when i'm broadcasting. You get emotional. Of course something goes well for the patriots when they win a super bowl. When manila when brady leads them down the field or when he did lead them down the field to a late touchdown or they come back against the falcons. You get excited. You want your motion to match that moment in you have to. You have rooting interest in the team. Even if you don't room on the air and i'm not a broadcaster who has that style or it's over the top. I don't say we don't say they tried to be professional. A big. you're not you're knocking partial. You're there you're the voice of that that team you're the voice of those fans they wanna hear you get excited to a when i'm watching games as a fan You know i i. i'm. I'm a totally different i. I'm i'm somebody that does react if the bruins are planning a guy takes a silly penalty. I'm on If if i'm watching a baseball game and a pitcher makes a bad pitch you know the to give up a lately. I might utter four letter word here or there. I try not to. Because i have young kids but You know they they hear them all too often. You know yeah and and It's just something that you know. I learned that at a very young age. My dad was one of many kids and was a mill guy. And it's just was part of the household and it's kinda how it was and so you just kinda learn to live with. But he always told me. When i was a kid he said if you ever want to say that stuff go to your room and say it. Don't say out loud. 'cause you might get some soap in your mouth anyway. That's how was right. He could save. But i wasn't allowed anyway. You know but it's interesting to me like you talk a lot about baseball. You're on a state championship baseball team. I was as well in high school Did you play football. Were you like. What was your phantom of football when you were younger because you became an announcer in the nfl. But you seem to have a really great love of baseball as well. And i'm wondering why went to the nfl not to like mlb. I love. I love the big three primarily and then as i like hockey as well but baseball football and basketball. My three favorites baseball was really the i love that i had and it was the sport that i played the best. I'm a very short guy. Which i care about all the time by the way from from my partner. Scott zolak like six nine his. You're gonna massive human being. Yes when the massive attis he. He's a huge. Gotta say it say it. I know he had aside eight helmet. He's he's enormous. People are taking back. Because i work next to him. All the time we travel of course on the planet he's always sending out snapshots on social media talking about my my hydro lack thereof on the air so i wasn't gifted with with size necessarily maybe in the wrong direction landed a thicker waistline than than a lot of my kids. The kids on my teams of in my classes a so. I was kind of a pudgy side. I was short of a slow i was. I was not athletic. For the most part. I was pretty good baseball player by sheer will and determination but otherwise. I just wasn't built to play other sports. Well i tried out for teams. I think i played football in seventh and eighth grade and a modified team in and wanted to play linebacker. Go well tried to wrestle on. I pinned in the first thirty seconds and that was the end of my career there. I tried that. Nobody will wear off now especially my body..
"bob i" Discussed on Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"
"Got you never went to school for for production of all that so like what kind of name the stuff that you learned just by chance because of last like home and what did you get to do? What special things did you get to do? Like, did you ever record an album, you know write a couple of books right get sued by Disney. We had a lot of experience as Bob I could throw out a few we we learned how to produce and direct television shows. We did the album. We did a few concerts wage. What stands out in your mind? Oh, well, that's tough. I mean the thing is when you go into something like what we did. It's like you don't know what you don't know. So you just you just do it and you just you don't have the way you're not inhibited by you don't know what think. You should be doing. You're just doing it. So when we did the book when we did our book on stand-up comedy, which was and on Amazon for a number of years, Yep. Just look like one you can mail in at the anyway, it's on sale on Old book, but it's kind of cool. It's kind of funny but it started out as a we were going to do a pamphlet or something. And then we said okay, let's just stretched out make a book out of it cuz we can make more money selling a book and we can a pamphlet. So I mean it's like necessity being mother of invention and that's right the inventions they live down the street so long. So yeah, so does that and it's like with the TV show? Okay, so somebody wants to do a t show some you know, we had these and we were just talking about this the other night this production company came in to do the show for us and they were charging us like $10,000 for a half hour which was crazy money for us and I took it upon and I working with Scott we did the we ended up doing the edits at home and then went home studio with the edits, which is what you should do it do it off line and we got a half hour done for like a thousand bucks like cut our costs way down. So I mean, we just we you know, that's how we learned how to do the job. Is cuz we had to or it wasn't going to work right when it came to television. The first one was the fox special which was one hour show on the Fox network and they kind of guided it and we watched a lot off and then when we did our own show the series laughs and then almost live at Laughs Unlimited those two series. We were one hundred percent in control cuz we took everything learned from the first show in expected in the others, but you make a good point and then like we did several large concerts whether it was laughs in the park or the Convention Center theater, and we'd never done anything like that before but we just did it. Yeah, right. Yeah and the comics were really helpful. I mean we watched the, see watched how they how they worked and picked that up some of those skills. We had a lot of support. I feel like I've kind of done this out of order because it's okay first time I'm here. So but so I'm going to I'm going go back and Scott you can find editing this. This is kind of a test for you any who so when did birth And how did you convince Bob or did you have to convince Bob come on full-time? Like when did he leave a job story? I was working at a we have year on this how is nineteen..
"bob i" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"Eight, seven Let us know if you have any desire to hear from the knife Newbie, and even more so Jim has an unopened box at at his home. That can tonight that I sent him and we've been. We've been bandying back and forth the idea of him doing in an on boxing, if you WANNA, see gyms on boxing video. THAT'S VIDEO A. Video. Radio! We don't have to see your face. We love to but If you WANNA see Jim's hands boxing and get his initial reaction of the knife he will be on boxing. Send US an email. Give us a call. Let us know I think Oh. We hear a lot from me and I think people want to hear some from Jim to some more from Jim not only on on his take on things, but you know well I guess on on the actual knives themselves not just the subjects that we bring up all right well. Don't call folks. On. Email Bob I. Yeah. I'm just teasing sort of anyway. Yeah, I you know the newsletter. Things sounds kind of interesting as you know, I've mentioned once or twice on the podcast before I, do you know buy and sell stuff on Ebay and I. Do try to buy knives at auction whenever they come up a lot of times my adviser. Even I've junkie you know says that one's not really worth it. It you know that one's you know got too much damage to repair those kind of things and at the prices they go for on auction They're already at or more than what I think. They could be sold for so I. Don't wind up getting a lot of them, but I'm constantly bidding I've got some bids right now on some things, so we'll see maybe I. can kind of keep folks abreast of What I'm coming across and bidding on and hopefully buying in the future, so we'll, we'll see about that. Yeah, okay good. I look forward to it all right. I'll try to be as regular as Bob I'll just put that out there. What you you mentioned it and I forgot to tease it in the show opener. We were talking a talking about what's coming up absolutely. Absolutely forgot to tease the building knife axe throwing target for summer family fun, say a contradiction words right there if I've ever heard nice act growing target for family. Fun For family fun yet. My my wife tasked me earlier in the summer with the staying home a lot. We've been doing a lot around the house. You know taking care things that maybe we let. We let go like we're GONNA. Have the House painted? Haven't had that in a few years. That kind of thing. Well. She said we gotta come up with some things for the girls to do. They can't go to camp this year. There's no camp so They have bows and arrows and stuff like that. They never shoot 'em. Let's let's encourage them. Let's get. Let's build a target and we kind of mapped out a spot, and so my mind went to work. I was like..
"bob i" Discussed on KTRH
"The the stuff going viral you know but you actually even stop wait looking at some of the common with some other people were saying because you know not everybody there the sad thing is whenever you do something to help somebody there's always going to be somebody that said Hey that people made a mistake and they don't deserve help it's sad that if these people believe Bob I didn't want to see those things so I had to separate myself from it kind of sad you know in my mind forgiven somebody it is more important you know and and I don't understand why somebody would want to forgive somebody specially if they haven't hurt you or anybody you know work you know why we need to get this there are watching get a good job for you know why doesn't he deserve to have a wife and kids and you know just because he made a mistake ten years ago and there's been times where you've gotten emotional when helping someone it would be in like a motional like helping somebody it's usually what happens basically with the media some some media station was asking him questions thank you one of the questions that you kind of got your name and you know I didn't carry it kind of gave me a while moving you changing lives you know I'd like to say that I'm not changing my mind he thank you because it's like these people people.
"bob i" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Tonight Bob I sure do and been using that a lot lately Laurie can't seem to shake the chilly weather but there is a light at the end of the tunnel to get to that in a moment in the meantime chilly and windy today intervals of clouds and sun could be a passing sprinkle or two I. F. fifty eight keep in mind average I this point obeys sixty five breezy cold weather tonight generally partly cloudy a low very near the record of thirty eight and it will be frosted a freeze in the areas outside of the city sunshine tomorrow cool and breezy I again fifty eight but turned one over on Thursday sunshine Thursday morning clouds move in late Thursday I sixty five much warmer on Friday becoming breezy not necessarily a pretty warm up couple showers are expected Friday site up to seventy to seventy five I thank you weather's Bob Larson WBZ Boston news radio all right Bob thank you right now word fifty two in Boston of some dramatic pretty clouds out there in and out the sun chillier in places like Fitchburg only forty eight Plymouth south shore fifty six there's only one thing you can do to protect yourself and your family from the high cost of elder care plan ahead my friends at the Commonwealth advisory group can help one eight hundred seven oh five fourteen fifteen to set up a no stress consultation checking New England business news already falling short of employment promises MGM Springfield will be laying off as many as nineteen hundred workers by the end of the summer the casino along with two others in Massachusetts has been closed for two months ripping millions of dollars of revenue away the move comes only days after parent company MGM resorts indicated it would be sending thousands of workers to unemployment in the coming months the casino industry bringing in zero dollars right now coronavirus around the globe the longtime spokesman for Russian president Vladimir Putin is in the hospital with covert nineteen Dmitry Peskov has been with Putin for nearly two decades it's not clear when they last saw one another face to face of course putting going on national TV to talk about ending the country's partial lockdown as health officials reported a daily record of nearly twelve thousand new coronavirus cases and we are discussing as a nation how to re open in Washington a special report after this storm works roofing has teams ready to protect your roof today call the local pros at eight four four storm works and get some peace of mind by scheduling a free fifty point roof inspection all storm works refers RGA of factory certified masterly professionals and projects are completed in seven to ten days with a lifetime warranty on every complete roofing projects right now no payments no interest for twelve to eighteen months call eight four four storm works visit storm works roofing dot com storm works for when your roof doesn't do you have dry and comfortable life if so you're not alone dry eye disease is a very real medical condition that affects nearly sixty million Americans dry eyes caused by a wide range of physiological and environmental factors which makes it so difficult for eye care professionals to three here in Warwick Dr Kenneth Katie this work need to find better treatments for dry eye syndrome if you have dry uncomfortable eyes you could participate in an upcoming high drop study the study involves for office visits over the course of four weeks then you may be compensated up to five hundred fifty dollars for your time to find out if you qualify call eight six six three nine three thirty seven sixty seven or visit my I. study dot com you can learn more about your dry eye condition and receive one on one eye exams and top off Tamala justice at no cost if you qualify for this dry I study you may be compensated up to five hundred fifty dollars for your time learn more today by calling eight six six three nine three thirty seven sixty seven or visit my I. study dot com that's eight six six three nine three thirty seven sixty seven or visit my I. study dot com safeguard your family with surgeon level hand sanitizer the provides for our protection visit doctor process dot com that's doctor persist dot com Williamson pump and motor knows the job never stops the sales and service departments are there for you twenty four seven W. E. C. O. dash group dot com don't get nervous call Williamson for sales and service is it finally time to replace those drafty windows and doors the experts at JB sash and door Boston's premier Marvin dealer can help visit JB sash dot com next day molding doors and stairs specializes in serving Boston's builders with interior finish mill work visit one of their stores in Braintree or Woburn or call seven eight one eight four three sixty six sixty six to place an order for a media pick up for next day delivery you can also place your order online at next day molding dot com providing industry leading service next the molding doors and stairs.
"bob i" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Right a seventy one night captain market basket disclosed the candid bottle return on orders from the state this is B. S. they're still charging me and decal I and B. S. two I could I could imagine are you are you angry about this Bob I thank you sound a little bit perturbed well I am angry but at the same time I just want justice you know what you know Bob delusional saying justice the lady is justice denied any error if you can't if you can't return these bought these empty coke cans good night that's justice the night isn't thanks for the call Bob this is this is another run another issue that's up in the air they they have time to to approve lifetime jobs for hacks which they did today the governor's council the there were there were no reporters nobody in public they wouldn't even let a reporter from my newspaper dial in for the conference call where they were approving this this woman for a lifetime job of a hundred and fifty five thousand dollars a year but they can do that but Bob and all the other Texters now can't return their their bottles and cans Steve you're next with our car go ahead Steve we all got a good joke well I don't vote for Joe Biden is terrible for GPL ready when he steps down with severe acute dementia I don't think she's going to be the nominee but it's a vote for whoever they pick as the as the nominee I the do you really think seriously think that he's going to be the democratic nominee in the fall Steve they they they they hate trump trump so much she's the only one getting votes but he's incapable of governing at all you take the five year olds have worked full coherency I agree that's why I don't think that they can nominate him and I and if they put forward a someone like Hillary Clinton or Kamilla Harris or god forbid the fake Indian he's already said he's going to pick a woman right so it's going to be a female in in both of those people are are not acceptable I don't think to the American people they're they're they're terrible each in their own ways different ways but he what he can do what he can do it they've got to they've got to get somebody new in there and I don't know Bernie thinks it's going to be him and if they if they the side but Biden can't do it which is obviously the case and they don't nominate Bernie what did the Bernie Bros now they say now they're saying well maybe we won't have a a nominating convention maybe it'll best thing we can drag this thing out and cancel the convention which would be good news for everybody in Milwaukee because the Bernie Bros won't burn down Milwaukee but they're still gonna stay home in November if if Bernie doesn't get the price the consolation prize of the nomination right because they are how can they give it to Walmart he he hasn't campaigned he he's not he's he's in favor of a free stuff he he's pro abortion he hates the second amendment but he's not Bernie I don't know what they're gonna do eight four four five hundred forty two forty two here's one two five six I'm seventy three and a retired army master sergeant eighty percent disabled the VA veteran and department army civilian with a hundred and eighty quarters of social security quite a while he's he's I got all that stuff in a small for one K. so I draw for pensions five if you count the four oh one K. payment so I don't need those giveaways that give away money neither do people who are still getting paid only those like the sixty seven year old lady with nothing but SSA payments for social for income and doesn't make enough taxes they will get nothing I don't know I don't know who's going to get what I I don't I don't know I don't think it's clear yet who's going to get one in in this package not even sure it's set in stone yet at this point Tim you're next with our car go ahead Tom how are you how are you you know I'm concerned about Joe Biden's helps all right being an interview with him on another network and he's hopping.
"bob i" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Still owe the money the the credit card company is not a judge and jury so Bob I ate it usually merchants don't fight it after you win they won't bother coming after you but some do but I am in this case yeah go head on this case and when I talked to chase number one they got no money back from the company they took it out of their their moles and is that a great company or what holy crap and and I agree with that no I I totally agree with that and that's really not the main point although I I do I do still here so bear with your option with your your statement that the okay I got to move for a half because that money that we got from chase went three plays yeah I was talking about numbers I was talking about numbers okay I think you're some technical wasted your so technical in nature I will tell you that according to your contract the most they Jewish sixty cents a pound so so we can go around around I mean if you want to go by the contract then then the they don't have an obligation to be on sixty cents a pound even for negligence but I don't well actually I do this year contract I'm just assuming it was it's a standard contract but here's the other thing okay what do you want actually because you got fifty percent back and I understand what you're saying that you did it you were damaged beyond that but what do you want at this point what you're looking for what okay that was just something I added in because I I I I it's a big deal it's a big deal that you got three grand back okay Anderson actually they're not coming that's great and I I I appreciate that I decide to negligence city should come from the company not chase but my main contention right now is at nine hundred dollars that we were forced to pay in addition to what state yeah my god I mean you're never going to get that back Bob you paid it I mean the type to protest that is when it happened I and I know I I II but you're going to say you were forced I know Bob listen in that contract they only estimated it wasn't guaranteed and when they got there to pick it up and they went to the storage unit they're going to say look this is way more than we thought it was therefore we want more money I haven't I have documentation from Tom when we told him what it was and and offered to send them pictures and they sent back I have the documentation on that basis now we've adjusted the price according to what you said according to what you said according to what you said Bob you did not have a guaranteed contract man I don't know how else to put it to you I would love to help you but I I can't you don't have a guaranteed contract somehow you think because they got there an estimated the house and you said we have a storage unit they said we adjusted the price according to what you told us and that's what it will be you somehow feel that was guaranteed it's not about it and I mean I got to read right it's not guaranteed Bob yeah do you think that was right down to the price I mean you don't call the fight with me but the reason I am so Adam it is I want to help you and you're wasting your time you've wasted you got three grand back I applaud you for that I do not believe you're gonna get your nine hundred back I don't believe it because you did not have a guaranteed price in that contract they left themselves plenty of room if it's a standard contract in order to raise the price all they have to say is he did not describe it accurately and then you're going to say well we offer to send you photos in you didn't want to Bob how do you argue that the because they didn't look at photos they're liable when he sent the reply he sent it to the better business bureau and he says there the size of the unit was wrong he did not give us right size I have the contract this is the size of the unit is X. you're picking arguments that don't matter okay he said the sides let's go with that he set the size of the unit was wrong and you can prove it was right then he's going to say oh well okay we were mistaken we thought we thought he had given us the wrong size but when we got there there was way more stuff than you described then what and then when you argue that he's going to say something else and then the ultimate argument is going to be Bob would you please show us where this says it's guaranteed would you please show us I believe at the end of the contract which is it's a moot point a set and said this is exactly what is Bob we won't but I do you have a contract if you have a contract that says this is exactly what is going to be I will fight with the nail with my own money to get to to win for you you show me where it says this is the exact price it will be I want to see the contract all right said it to me thank you that's the wording on it is says if the price is there and with the wording this is the exact price it will be I believe so okay Bob you go ahead and get me that contract because that would be the first contracted history that was written that way by a moving company but I will fight with my own money to take them to court to win if it says that get tell him how to email that contract listen man when people call they might think now why are you giving Bob a hard time hi Tom I don't want to give Bob a hard time I want to help Bob but when people are spending years years fighting a problem because he feels it was a guaranteed price and they should not have up to nine hundred any already god three thousand dollars back half I stop was damaged now what I want to know is this if the stop was damaged why didn't they fight it when they saw what damage that's another argument I can help with so do they Bob why did they not admit it was damaged at the site if you said you have photos of the damage what was their excuse about the damage to sixty cents a pound all sorry so they didn't even have to because of the sixty cents about and what was your review to that well the date packed a bunch of the stuff and I don't know about the sixty cents a pound what about that though when they said listen Bob will acknowledge and damage sixty cents a pound what did you say I said no it doesn't coverage I'll check that when I went on the premise and apparently I was wrong did I would have I would have no issue to sixty cents a pound if it would have been something beyond their control but when the negligence on their part I thought that that would give me some right I understand I understand listen Bob the entire moving industry socks it's really bad we at least you know what you actually got I know this is sound strange to you got a good company you got a company that took nine hundred extra from you and was honest with you up front and then did not charge you on the other end you actually got a company that was probably more forthright than ninety five percent of a plus has five star ratings all over the place I mean you actually picked a good company and you didn't like it but they were pretty good Bob how many hours have you spent fighting his case how many are spent a considerable amount of time on it but going on your friends a just and I've been all hang up I appreciate your input I understand I understand look do we help people when they call up and we tell them they don't have an argument do we help them I think we do you know why it's really not for Bob at this point once there's no hope for consumer we dissected a million ways so those listening they'll think wall so now think about somebody right now or in a few weeks going to get a moving contract they're gonna say wait a minute honey do you remember what happened on that Martino show when that guy had another storage unit they call the mom hold on Sir we want you to look at this extra garage we have or the sexual surgeon in fact we want a guarantee not to exceed price in writing that's what we want and then we want also to check out the company and everything else is it common to pay a hundred percent up front on a moving company no I didn't understand that at all I mean that to me that I wouldn't have normally they take normally they take a deposit and then twenty five percent off and then they take their balance at the other end based on the weight ticket and again there's a guaranteed not to exceed the price but most don't even like doing that it's very difficult I'd love to hear people's moving stories but if you have because they have your stuff in hostage if you don't pay reasonable yeah and these guys didn't do that if anyone has a story on moving I'd love to hear it because it will help others I would say of all industries now now correct this is one thing about of all industries the percentage of things that go wrong in industries per transaction would you say moving is right up there in the top five other things that go wrong for example take carpet cleaning that's not in the top five for things to go wrong per transaction until about the entire industry yeah I'll tell you another industry if you take per thousand transactions how many things go wrong the restoration industry all my god works way worse than moving in the restoration business most of them go wrong there's a contracting like general contracting just the whole the whole the whole process from beginning to end the entire process from beginning to end there's always something that goes wrong the other one so if we had to pick was sent auto repair on all if that would be not as if you're looking to my records not per transaction there are so many transactions to happen and you don't have a good percentage of going bad you have some of them going bad another thing is with the moving a lot of them don't get a chance to go bad because they don't fall for it I'm talking about a complete per completed transaction what industries have the most problems per completed transaction moving and restoration are absolutely up there and I'll look by the way during the break I'll look at the other industries in my records here but what would you say restoration by far and the reason it's not way way is because insurance company picks up most of the tech for example you might think roofing but it's not per transaction per completed transaction things that go wrong about two memberships psalm I don't know we hardly get those anymore do you know why because we used to all the time years and years ago hardly anyone is doing the long term no cut non cancel contract with Tom Martino now Michael brown at two six thirty K. 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"bob i" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Here pain capital management she's gonna actually review and break down someone's real retirement plan for you so we had a great show ahead let's hop to it so Bob I thought we could discuss some of the bigger retirement catastrophes we've encountered over the years because of things like poor assumptions overall bad planning or worse no planning at all and one that I think about all the time is we've seen people get wiped out by a market crash and have to work longer because they didn't really manage the risk well in their portfolio yeah right it's it's unfortunate thing right but it's happening again as it does every cycle because people are motivated by two very strong emotions fear in grease as we know it two motions that drive investors in most every market in every cycle every bowls like we've had it been through three big booming bull markets read one right now by the way but at the beginning of every single market is born pessimism and that's when fear is running rampant so that I remember you had a client back in the late nineties that had a very conservative portfolio that all these mystical bonds paint tax free income but they got the tech bug how did that end it is very poorly ride because what happened was I got greedy and they had all the money they need it not a fact we build a magnificent conservative portfolio balanced portfolio with majority the money in seven percent coupon tax free municipal bonds the problem is you know going to go on a cocktail party after cocktail party here about all these dot com millionaires and how much money people are making they just they couldn't stand the fact that they had a very conservative portfolio they couldn't stand it they fired me right before the market crash they transferred every dime to the Janice mutual fund companies and I said you know you're making a big mistake is that there's a lot of risk in that strategy said no you don't they were buying five different mutual funds Hey Janice not just one course they're all seventy eighty percent in the same technology stocks right it was a little bit they lost sixty percent of their net worth in a period of six months ouch ouch and that's the thing you have to remember when you're building your portfolio for retirement it's not about getting all the up side like last year's a fantastic year in the market but it's really about you can't afford to lose on the downside so that's the equation need to run you to look your portfolio now and say Hey if the market goes down tomorrow am I protected you need no the answer that question because you're never going to know how much risk you have until it's too late so right I guess you know maintaining your cool right don't get too fearful don't get too greedy you know just be just right have a portfolio based on your goals and things will work out fine but there's so many other things right about tax planning how about we don't handle the taxes right how's the iris feel about that well talk about catastrophes we have been recently we have a new client were bringing over who turned seventy eight this year and he was still working in his practice the problem is because he owned a percentage of the company he actually should been taking distribution since he was seventy one years old because that was the mantra distribution aids it's seven years later Bob and he just found out he has been taking distributions he should have that entire time which means a fifty percent tax penalty every single year for the money that he hasn't taken out that's a terrible place today I remember comedian I used to tell stories about the IRS and he said well I'm just not going to pay my taxes when a knock at my door because say well I forgot yeah yes what the irises not have a very good sense of humor about that kind of answer the thing that really ticks me off about this other firm they told the client was his responsibility that he was supposed to remember that he should be taking his required mandatory distributions I don't know I don't think it's a new sherry which they had to you right now in in this John is a doctor and last summer I looked in med school they don't teach you about arm dis our manager distribution from your IRA so it's so important that you're getting the right tax advice and so when we talk about a lot is by just tweaking your portfolio the right way and being proactive there's so much money you can save in tax never mind tax penalties but you can really optimizing your favor if you're proactive about it so not doing a good job of your tax planning it is a definitely retirement catastrophe about someone Ryan who retire without a realistic idea of exactly how much they need it to live without that paycheck coming in every week yeah because there's so many things you need to know when it comes your retirement plan we talk about things like inflation your cost of living is going to go up over time have you accounted for that the other big one is by we talk about this all the time because you're living longer what if you have a prolonged illness what about health care cost can your portfolio Sistine I hit of like two hundred fifty thousand dollars if god forbid you need long term care or something that's medical related these are things you need to put your portfolio under that stress test for their their emergency situations but you know I've failed over my forty five years a lot of problems that we have with you is clients is that you love your children too much and you don't on on and the problem is children can ruin your retirement because they suck all the money out of you well you're supposed to be saving I thought the rule is you can never do enough on your grown adult children Bob I don't know maybe I'm confused we arrived as a sign like this is says that the where and the gift that keeps on taking those wonderful children this is we see people that they spend too much on their children trying to help them out of their new house in their mortgage and our grandkids a lucky under your fair share and and help your kids but you know you can't abandon your retirement planning and that's where no planning is a problem yeah exactly right so if you're thinking yourself right now I do not want to get caught with the retirement catastrophe I wanna make sure they do the right tax planning I want to save money on taxes not pay tax penalties I wanna make sure I'm protected against the next market crash I wanna put four that's built to win in long term here's how to.
"bob i" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Is The music thing ever going to workout. Are we ever going to get out of my aunt's house by Nineteen seventy-one Rita who was pregnant again and things still weren't looking up in case you're wondering by now Rastafarians do not believe in birth control or abortion so wall. She did not want to add another hungry mouth into the family her beliefs gotten away of that. I guess hey baby number four so to deal with this situation. Rita thought it was best to get out of her poor aunt's house. Who at this point was going nuts at the idea of having another person to help support Rita Rita was to move to Delaware with Bob's mother? Their two daughters was gonna stay behind with her aunt. Yeah exactly what happened. Happened with Bob and Rita when they had to be separated from their parents. It sucks. It's yeah yeah yeah so she she couldn't be with our Kids Zeki or she did take ziggy actually to Delaware he was young. So Bob and the girls were supposed to come later so immediately started working as a nurse when she got to Wilmington. Yes okay but that wasn't enough to pay the bills so she also did housework until she got a job Bob as a live in nurse slash housekeeper for this rich Old Lady. Unfortunately dreams of Bob joining her were dashed when Bob received a draft notice. So because has he had taken out citizenship papers few years before the. US like they wanted him in the military. and Bob wasn't up for that. So the idea of him joining wing her was squashed. Oh my God yeah besides that Baba's desperately wanting to pursue his dreams. Rita says he was writing songs constantly. Really he was writing about her two songs like talking blues. My baby is gone. Baby come on home all those kind of written in that period so as the months when on Rita came closer to her due date and she had never felt more alone. She's out there with Bob's family who are nice. But but it's still like in-laws the distance between her Imbaba's really killing her and affecting their relationship for the first time she was really sensing no optimism for their our future. You know she had a good relationship with his parents but they were kind of old school and she felt that she was being taken advantage of at times. It wasn't an equal partnership. Let's put it that way. So this is a really depressing period for her. She really worked hard until her baby was due and their second son Steven was born April Twentieth Nineteen Seventy-two you right away. She began writing home trying to figure out how to go back there but newsroom. There is also troubling. She learned her from her aunt. That things with Bob weren't so oh good Baba's delivering with the girls. But her aunt said that they're a Nike. Wouldn't even show up. You know he wouldn't come home at all. Yeah one read. It did come home a few months later. She learned. Bob have been dating not WanNa to other women while she was away. Apparently these relationships had actually began begun before Rita laughed. Because guess what but both of those women were pregnant. Oh my goodness clearly bob has like super sperm. So Rita had their son. In April a woman in Pat Williams and Janey hunt had two more boys of Bob's in May -Kay in the book. Rita says I was very upset to learn about all of this though it's common in Jamaica but since then I've come to love both of these boys to think of them as my son wicked cool. Yeah so Rita's on the fence here about like. Should I step away from Bob. Like I'm hurting a lot over this. Do we have a future as a couple you know. Their finances says are up in the air. This is what Rita says in the book. Even though I was in so much pain I did not want to lose my husband I asked myself. Can I hold out I. I knew he loved the kids as much as I did but he was distracted. Because of the pressures there is just too much. Mix up where there's weakness. I have to be strong. I thought strong for the kids. Even if I'm angry as hell Bob I have to be strong for him. I felt I had to take the lead and that we had to try to be friends because we were partners. Now we we're forever connected. We are family. Yeah that sounds that sounds about right. Yeah that like from what I've learned learned about her so far and just I guess how women deal with these kinds of situations in general kind of a little bit of self preservation as well to take that step. Sure for sure and you. You're going to remember reading twenty-five dealing with all this right. She's got what four kids no money. Poor she feels like she has to stick it out. What other option option? Is there really right. So also if she's kind of intuit Ding Bob still having any kind of success. Then yeah you know you don't don't WanNa. Some good news was on the Horizon Bob. Man Named Chris Blackwell. He was the owner of island records. Chris Chris saw that there is talent there and want to try to help him so he gave the whaler some money to go into the studio and put together an album. A deal was finally incite. Blackwell Blackwell have bought a big rundown house that had some acreage and some outbuildings setup and it became sort of hang out rehearsal space for all the musicians and after after the first release they arranged it so bob takeover the property and eventually own the entire piece of land so that was passed onto Bob as final payment payment for his share of the deal that the wheelers signed with island records off. So finally Bob had this house not only that it wasn't entrenched town but in a Kinda swanky area they never imagined being but Rita Foley really apprehensive about it though since it was more of a communal space and with the other whalers is there she says you know there was always girls there and things going on so she didn't really want her kids to be in that environment either so she cited. I'm GONNA hold back. I mean awaited out. I'm going to see how things go. But she would still go there like every day and hang out and everything so the whalers first album catcher fire was an instant hit and the beginning of have really incredible. Things toured England the states. They were opening for like slides family stone in Vegas in Jamaica. They were instant celebrities. Women began moving into the house. Like I said and Rita wasn't stupid. She knew what they wanted. They wanted. She so levelheaded about it though but she says I don't WanNa put put it entirely in a negative way since this opportunity made it possible for him to create what he did so like she knew I guess equal balance right. Good things is come not so good things well you know. He's lucky that he married somebody. So level headed chart and mature because like Yep if it would have been another woman with any kind of other temperament like he would have been in exactly exactly so yeah. Rita was going to the house like for every day. It was house on hope road. I'm going to call it. Hope road from now on so I wanted to make sure that was obvious. She says like Bob didn't even sleep there. There's some nights. He was going home to read a couple of nights a week. He would stay at the. Hope roadhouse or somewhere else other nights money started to roll in and Arita says that Bob was always very generous and always made sure that his family had everything they needed. Bob Kept trying to convince me to to move into the house but that there was little space on the promises that the family could have you know alone and as Rita puts it at this point though I wanted my independence. I wanted to leave if trench town. Yes but not at the expense of myself respect yet. Yeah so what did. She finally started looking for housing outside of her aunt's house. And outside of Bob's place for her and the kids. So Bob wasn't super keen on this but Bob screwing half the women in Jamaica and doesn't have a leg to stand on at this point so he agrees to give the money for her to find a new place so at this point Bob is with a woman named Esther Anderson who was a model in a photographer that I was working with the whalers. And I'm sorry right how she APP for Rita. That one's got hurt. Oh God yeah all of his women were just just unbelievable honestly you can find so many photos of him with other women to so. This woman was helping the record label and the label was using him for her and Bob's relationship as PR. Okay Yeah So. The home that Rita found for them was pretty awful at the time though it was hard to get to. It had no lights no water but that is how strongly lead reading wanted her independence and so on moving day. She stopped by hope road with the kids to kind kind of let bob no like okay. We're like we're moving now. This is where we're moving. And when she got there she ended up having a confrontation with Esther says that Esther answered the door. Baba's sleeping astro got mad at her and was like why are you here. The men sleep and obviously being the wife of the man readers like. Who Do you think you're talking to and Rita actually says that esther was yelling at her? Why don't you stop breathing? All you do is breed. Bob Needs a career. Let him have his life like all this shit before Bob. Bob Finally woke up hearing these women yelling and this all happened in front of the poor kids so rita was like really frazzled. Really upset she was. He's like I'm out of here and that night. She says that Bob actually came to the place and she actually really felt good about it even even again that the place wasn't great but she was like on her own. She was standing up for herself. It was like the first time she truly felt like an adult. They soon got utilities. They were the first in the neighborhood to get them. And that led to the whole community getting them so it was like a victory for ya. Rita's also standing up for her kids telling Bob exactly like what this is. What your family needs? And again he always provided there was never an argument over that and Baba's still paying attention. He would bring her gifts like fruit flowers chocolate. So this is where. It's kind of confusing. Because like it's like they still have a relationship. It's shifting into a different one but I think they were still like intimate sometimes TMZ but then not other times and she understood as she put it that these women were for a time and she was for a lifetime. That's how she she saw it. I think esther was the only one she ever had a confrontation with after that. She says that she made sure to not get in contact with any of them. and Bob made sure their paths wouldn't cross so out of respect to her like he wouldn't flaunt it in her face. Come will I guess something's she. She says it did still hurt at times. Other times their relationship would be going so well that she wouldn't even think about these other women so rita was really embracing her independence though..
"bob i" Discussed on 710 WOR
"On Bob I didn't know when please I tell you not to reconstruct the literally three we I border on the birth national television show and introduced her this young the nineteen year old young turning to the full late would be for the next generation what Lena Horne Dionne Warwick and Aretha Franklin was put that current generation so yes I did the she interacts with the backing of mother she did to solo double one of which was the greatest global fall in love with his sword guide commissioned eight years earlier for the life of Mohammad Ali three more meaning to the song but the whole thing is that I knew that composes felt pulled there at the beginning yeah you know of course that that was the tragedy of Whitney club for you aware of her battle with the drugs and alcohol all those years or did she do a good job of hiding it even from you one of her closest friends in the world yeah she did a very good job of managing it for a few years maybe two or three perhaps others in the Nile but certainly at some point of the film shows a direct confrontation of between those until the Cubans exploring she didn't feel she had a serious problem but we're not sure the Michael Jackson but as tends quick vote concert as this color yeah you know what I really rotor hard **** you rubber heartbreaking letter you were so concerned about her outlook so I'm very concerned and you know if you're addicted you've got a sink to the level she did ultimately fight back there's no question report by the end of she was a legal struggle because at the time would be T. did that Oprah Winfrey interview I mean she really had given up drugs totally Abbas fighting to come back to the real quick the five Davis thank you so much for a few moments the soundtrack of our lives thank you Clive continued success Michael and I and I thought this for a long time and I certainly feel it now and I want to hear from our listeners you have to watch every little word you say in the work place that can you not can you not hug an employee can you not it's really basically can a guy not hug a female employee about giving your kiss hello or something like that I wouldn't I do that sometimes I mean you know you know the thing in the theater we call each other Darlene it's Darlene this Darling that I I write your freight to use that term now and I I think and I've talked to a lot of guys about this now once upon a time in a year meet some of the work place you may be interested in interested intersection or may just wanna be friends I Hey let's go have a drink after work I don't know if a guy should invite a woman in the workplace out for a casual drink after hours of my pencil only he way I he will be seen with another woman when I was wife on his but are there in Philly have things changed for you in the workplace I certainly feel they have you got to watch every word you say you can't hog and I I mentioned on the air I will we with me last week I mentioned Alice Dr rose senior which is the news really give each other a big hug and I guess is that appropriate I mean I I just don't know anymore have things changed in your workplace and if you're a woman are you I have you feel about that are you more easily offended now or not by what someone says I don't know just tell me and I'll tell you why this came up if you want to join the discussion this a story on Yahoo dot com which is really interesting they called some people who work for large companies they thought they knew a sexual harassment look like and now they're not so sure of for example have we gotten to the point where men can't say that's a nice dress yeah or did you do something with your hair Hey you look good today I. S. A. says it'll be in trouble with the yeah you could be sent to the human resources department really I mean that's the truth I mean and he's quoted this the sales person is quoted as saying the potential problem is you can't feel safe saying good morning anymore but you know obviously this is all brought about because what's been going on in Hollywood and what's going on the work place but is it gotten to the point where you can't say that's a nice dress you look great today so fun likely you look great today yesterday human resources to you and I was in the store with my husband we're checking out he's you know making small talk whatever with the the cashier check these great as wanna call like that dazzled nails throw Christmas Eve with things it is so great you know I love you now it's great now so what we did no no she seemed to think she was very same for you find it there but I walk and I look at it like I don't know you should have done that music you're kidding me I can even set you know swing in the else I was a story other day and the sales lady had nails that she said that took two hours to paint what she has she had like Ross blows I said you spent two hours to paint those skull and crossbones on your now she's at why spend four hours to do are you kidding me bro nails noche I'm sure did not do them herself but I seen people at the nail salon I've never seen for hours but I've definitely seen people there two hours not just for the painting but they do acrylic nails and did the whole thing sounds going pro crossbones on the nails of that a little weird to to our request for Halloween that's Christmas thing Hey teddy in Yonkers your first up but I'll do what do we have to be sure we just be mute in the workplace morning guys so when I like to partner forgot his name very nice about it too this is a Mike Michael Riegel New York Post thank god and Mike I did this two weeks ago to my girlfriend that is going to reach a point.
"bob i" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"As the power went over twenty one and I the people's choice make let's go they told the call had got the best that you had for me come up the black like I could take a hit the kill switch Klick we can when we need the black with a black with the yeah I it's a lot more focused on yes welcome right yeah believing you what is the last place value and just for many side by magic writers of flak jackets model was Bob I have bad habits.
"bob i" Discussed on Chachi Loves Everybody
"I really fabulous bank offices are great here and thank. You wanted to emulate a radio station I. Yeah after I'd left obviously clear channel at was one of the things that I missed. was that every day of being in a radio station, so we wanted to do the best we can go. That's one thing I will say about working at corporate and saga. You could be. You might think you're here in a bank or an insurance company, because it doesn't have radio feel we don't have studios right offices, so you know it's You know they're all corporate offices. You got all the officers of there. There's no studio. You gotTA. Have that I think that kind of creative influence is one radio playing well, there's two. There's usually one ED's officer mine. So what I've done Bob I've broken your professional career in Durban. Should I be scared? Broken into five chapters and I hope you don't mind but I wanted to do the best I could. Because you've had I mean a impressive, but you've been up and down. The dial to a lot of different places me the W. P.. So the first chapter, tell me a little bit about growing up in New York as a kid Oh my. I always said that. If I didn't get into radio, I probably would have been mobbed up. Like Tony Soprano. Hey because I can turn into Tony in just. A second you know you just talked to being you know I used to call my friends eight Joey any weight up. No I. I was fascinated by reading. My Dad wanted me to be a doctor, okay. and and I thought okay well. You know it's I'm destined to do. I'm going to be a doctor. I was great in school. And How much time do we have here? Honest. We have as long as long as you want love to. Get to quickly when when I was a student, I I was I was pretty good student. I was one of the students that other students hated because I never had to study. I just went to class in in in college. I went to the lectures. I did my work, but I never really went home and studied, and I still had a three point. Nine something things came Azt. From a from a From scholastic point right until I took chemistry. If you know anything about premed, which is what I was. You can't get into medical school without getting through chemistry geology, the basic sciences and chemistry is not one of those things you go to a lecture and try to remember because it's formulas. Share you know and I thought well. Not a PROBLEMA, why why would this be any different and I'm I'm finished about half of the semester and I go to my college professor and I said. You know I'm not doing well in this. Because you're right, you're failing. I said no, no, no, no, in typical by the way typical premed arrogance. No, no, no, no, no. I'm pre-med. Fail goes. No, you can't I, said no, no, no, no seriously all right. I WANNA drop it. She goes is a little late. You can't drop it. I said Okay I'll take. It again is still going to be on your record. It's not going to get wiped out. You've got an F. and F. in chemistry for pre-med rise rising going with no wait. I'm pre-med and she literally said not anymore Laos. From the pro! Wow, she she didn't have to. Because I realized. This is this is over I'm nice so. Try to go home and tell my dad the doctor that I'm not gonNA follow in his footsteps, so I always was enamored I mean I really think sabotage myself because I was enamored with radio I was. I used to listen. WABC New York dancing rimet Ron Lundy. Hello Good morning ever you know. It was a Danny Room. The mother of all you know years love. It is ABC. Rest his soul I thought it was the greatest thing since sliced bread as a young kid I used to listen to them. Play the records, and I fought. To get the band set up so quickly in between songs 'cause I thought they were actually bringing people in and playing the music like six or seven years old. So you're really taken with you want to as a kid, 'cause you're already in Med younger at a younger age. Did you want to be like cousin Brucie or did I? Did I was never Brucie fan although I respected his ability, I mean I used to listen to our W. NBC back in the day, Wnba, you know. Long before that there was great talent on so many radio stations out there then back when I was i. don't know seventeen or so I would listen to ninety nine X. New York W. X. L. O. New York. That's how they used to do. The top of the hour I D W X. L. O. NEW YORK which is a pretty legal ID and it was great. Yeah, and and Bobby Rich was the program director, okay, and you know from the from the rich brothers back in San, Diego did I can remember them. Course be but he was programming Erica Farber was the general manager W xl now. Years old wow far. NOPE! Twenty seven years old, the youngest general manager I thought. I was I was completely enamored. I mean if you can do this at that age and it was a great radio station, so I went to a remote one day, and I meet a guy by the name of Dick Sloan. And Dick was doing mid days, and I walked up to her I said Hey, my name's Bob I. WanNa get into radio again I'm probably he's probably all twenty five, and I'm seventeen or eighteen and I told him, and he said Hey, you know come on to the studios one day. We're thirteen thirty avenue of the Americas. I think that's where they were fourteen forty. I think was fourteen forty because thirteen thirty I think. WAS ABC anyway so I go? Go, up and I meet with Dickie threes me into the studio and they've got their engineer and all there is. It's kind of like this is a microphone on one side and the board on the other and they just had a a button called. Buzz that you'd hit and that would start. That would tell the guy who accuse it would hit this buzz button and they'd hit the next car the next event and so in walks. Jay Thomas rest his soul. And Dick says this is Bob. He wants to get into radio in day. In true, Jay Thomas Fashion he looks at me and he goes schmuck. And he walks away. Probably Celebrity Dad's reaction when he told me you're leaving. Med school at premed asked my dad rest his soul to gosh so people. He said With all respect, you sound kind of good because I'd make tapes at home and stuff like that, but. I! Are you good enough to really compete and be the best I said I. Don't know man, but he said well. What's your plan? And and this is what I've told Kristen. I told my Kids I. Don't believe in be plants. I believe in going with an a plan right because if you have a be plan, or what's different about the be plan, it's always easier. The be plan is always more simple than the ape land. That's why you have the be a great piece of advice. so I don't I've never been one to go for a beep lamb. I never had one. So that's that's really grown up in new. York I mean it was it was the best radio I actually on facebook got into an argument with a couple of guys. recently about Chicago New York. That's another great radio city. WLS WABC right and to me. It was WABC and I. Mean we had cage? Here? Oh Position Ninety three. Yeah, I remember, Bobby Ocean on the air and all these this great talent that later I would get to work by the way Bobby Ocean at KFC. We're going to get there by dreams. Come true. Sorry, so you're twenty years old. You.
"bob i" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"To see Bob I read the story about you know can in adopting a dog and a meat farm in the whole song was trust in me it goes with the story I'm just saying in it may be if you don't know what songs they are you don't yeah doesn't click but for some people some people because recently called Bob we saying I'm I didn't know that song they played I don't know any James United James United James I know who she is I don't know who all of her songs on okay okay looking through the CD narrate you guys that are here actually one of that trust in me is one of our more popular ones but her most famous one which is my favorite is at last yep I know that one I love that song but we have again Sir name is mark I mark I'm going out of Florida and mark you're gonna take a guess these are the two facts one is a lie one is the truth you got to guess who's lying Karen what yours mine is president Thomas Jefferson had a hawk named Dick and daisy mine is a Lyndon B. Johnson had a beagle named him so who do you think is actually telling a lie mark do you think it's Keren or using daisies telling the lie because one of them will normally I would go there normally I would say would be daisy that would be lying if I don't all so you should tell us that would look Brian he would've known that song of course but I'm I'm I'm gonna I'm gonna stake here and I just did they really call ME what did you say a hawk being that this is a weird I right in the middle yeah I'm a I'm a go here and I I don't believe over the hawks name yeah so you do you think it was you think Karen was telling the lie I would say you're I think you're absolutely right it was Carol telling them that often greets Karen was telling all it's actually that Thomas Jefferson had a mocking bird and he called the direct so it wasn't most is bad no joke about the whole the whole thing that I thought that was untrue with the Dick Clark get a weird name for like the late seventeen hundred you know I mean that's why you and for all maybe that's where that name started imagine calling your mocking bird out the front door of the White House I'm just out of it at that yeah I know even out the back door of the beautiful you're mocking bird and get get that that yes it can go on that's for sure so you're gonna get a bottle of I'm sorry about that you get a vital nutrients about us going to next you want the chicken soup for the soul book or do you want the three D. V. D. collection set of the adventures of champion the wonder horse let's go with the DVDs you gotta coming out here yeah all thanks for playing with his mark in thanks for talking about the mocking bird yeah yeah yeah eight then we could talk about that that's the great thing and up on great product what a little plug medicine older cat very good good good great I appreciate that and I'm sure the company does as well so have a nice night and enjoy your okay just have a nice night I'm gonna go play with my mocking now thank and take care of our that's mark in Tampa Florida my mark okay well we just started like a week or a couple weeks ago on ten ten AM WHFS and on on three other FM dials as well so if they're calling in wonderful but you know you could calm Richard I know does the thing but it was actually Dick unfortunately yeah well aid is what it is eight four four three oh five seventy eight hundred is our number don't forget spay and neuter your pets and help control the pet population if you are looking to bring a Pat into your life make sure you go to your local shelter or.
"bob i" Discussed on KTOK
"Place it's pop candy Bob yeah a hello Bob I've been doing all right you guys doing okay yeah do you have any pretty trees changing out there well I hear you those are black they were looking at so live lady spectacular until the wind picked up and now they're just about all the ladies you just about gone yeah well date what was really weird was a week ago it was ran on the outside and still green on the inside and now they're just they're just drop it yeah that that lance worries now it when we got just really did a number on him I got a I got I think I got a solution the sand bars I have you patented it yeah it's called fire actually that that is a really good thing for us embers I I I did a a small control barn last year where they were the war and day here that's the only place the dogs will walk really as far out there yes and so you know what I did is not cut it down pretty pretty low in the in the winter time and then I just fired it up and just let it go ahead and run Aaron and tail at started getting concerned and then you know I say can I don't want to have to call mom here fire department out here shop with far out long story short I am AT the sand bars in that area but they seem to have propagated all over every place sales so if you all see a really big huge cloud of smoke okay there will be made well and and channel four chopper for will be there and but he will be there I'll be white but it everybody in an open you know that the best for everybody but he what my question I I let my plum trees yes get completely out of hand and they're they're grown into each other even though what I planted them well three to parks nature either how big of a when it gets in the dead of winter how much can I take off for those without being concerned you know it for all trees the rule of thumb is you can always take a third off you went there dormant mother dormant so like it's a January February sometime when it's really cold in storage but of you could probably take more than that but you can easily take a third off okay okay yeah I had a really good Tom crawfish years matter of fact he was so good that a lot of them got that I don't know look like my old dorm like servers because I think we got too much right I'll yeah like like Ole I like his own and and it was really really sad but yeah I I think that's what I'm going to go in there and I'm going to go and do the same on the apples and the peach trees turn because I am really bring them back I just installed on there is a are they in a line now are sorted cars set apart one of the war and it didn't it's like you know we didn't really get to to wild on me but the other two I mean it was like up up up I'll get like a put down of some kind of really gets far lighter or something on him and they just they just really went crazy so I I need to probably trim them back up I've been were mansion in doing a lot of things around here or not I think I'm just going to go ahead come January state where you get those things back at least a third well I'm glad calling us was at the top of your list because we have thought about you a hundred times are you know Jamie does this thing called freak out and one of the things which he tells us some plant facts that make Cisco I'm one of the things was is Hella plants communicate with one another so if your burn in those burgers those same burgers out the rest of the past years was on high alert and that's why I think they doubled up well that and also Beurs are the in the it sector things and then they turn your animals travel yeah we travel around now yeah they did a very very we've got some throw out we've got hardwood floors in our house well there it's pretend the hardwood floors living out here in the cat laminated stuff and this is really good it's it's good you know it'll it'll hold up to travel now there though my wife put out all the stroke roads and our dog seems in the throw rug when you get up in the middle of the night to go the bathroom yes well one of those I he's okay Bob how long because a Mike's given me the I am we are through talking to use so this is the garden party on one thousand Katie okay Harris says Hey what's driving from the Kane show I just left the newly remodeled hers and kia and took the all new twenty twenty kia.
"bob i" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"We'll just go to my website so Gawker dot com and the crisis in Latin America Bob I thank you the children their families well thank you portions of America first up probably brought to you in part by food for the poor we have a full full cool cool board let's go to line two Larry in Atlanta welcome to America first Tucker Norcross so good to see on you to blow out for as long as they'll let you stay greetings Larry greetings great we will have it we will persevere I have a quick statement and a question I'll try to be very fast did you get a minute we don't have a lot of time so make the statement short and then hit me with a question all right so you so you worked with our president you know in pretty well the first president since Reagan I hear all this talk about manufacturing jobs being gone well I served in Iraq during the first Gulf War as an intelligence analyst and I came back home to rural America to see it decimated I have spent thousands of dollars to go to college get a bachelors masters and the technology manager what I do is I planned datacenter migrations well I just did a job for charter and there were six hundred eight the people from India within five to a hotel room they can't work for anybody else but charter in what I want a job I have to call a recruiting seventy run by Indians asking me up I'll work on it and I mean that I never hear anything spoke about we hear about the jobs we've lost Hey let's talk about the ones are still in right now well then you and then you haven't paid attention to Michelle Malkin my friend Larry show Malkin's been talking about this for the last decade she's written books on it he got a new one coming out this year I know I wanna hear Donald Trump talk about it so you're not satisfied with it with a loss not for you Hey listen I love my president and I think he is the best thing we've got going and I know it's got a lot on his plate but the point I'm trying to make is real simple I get it those others are gone and we need to get him back he's doing it all right ma'am let Larry Larry my my my field in the White House was not secured in communications all I know is right now since I left the job sector the work sector that has exploded the most is a blue collar I think next it's going to be a question of services and pulling back those jobs for Americans we got thirty seconds left what was your question Larry my question is is there anything we can do to convince the president to stop these jobs from leaving before we have to call him back I think you have to make your voice heard we all have to and after we get the manufacturing jobs back then we have to go with the next.
"bob i" Discussed on Z104
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"bob i" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
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