35 Burst results for "Bogus"
The Federalist's Sean Davis Talks Liberal Ignorance
"Moral compromises i like that i don't like that sean davis from the federalist a great guy super smart guy you should be following him on social media his takes are always always uh... top of my list sean thanks for spending some time with us today appreciate thank you for having me on it's always a pleasure to be on with you of course i was at what you know when i come out about these big kind of global narrative conflicts kind of a thomas so conflict divisions thing you're the best guy to have on cuz you get this and you know i was just a little humor sean the beginning of the show but it's true i was talking about how you liberals know are generally dumb i mean i hate to say it i'm not talking about all democrats but they're just stupid like they just don't understand anything tax policy but it's deliberate and i brought it up because yesterday i was reading this tweet about covid death rates he did a meta analysis and apparently if you're under seventy the fatality rate is only zero point zero seven percent yet if you were to poll liberals liberals will tell you oh my gosh covid it's like a two thousand percent death rate if you ask them about unarmed black men being killed in the street they're like it's tens of thousands every single year the number is probably closer to ten it's just it's upsetting to me that we do our homework but we're fighting against people on the other side who are kept deliberately in the dark by our media and rely totally on ignorance it's true I mean do you recall the Reagan quote I'm gonna butcher it it was something like it's not that liberals are always wrong it's that they just know so much that isn't true and that's right and it's really true I mean I'm sure a lot of them are dumb incapable of understanding basic things but I think most are just ignorant and it's a function of having been sold lies and nonsense from the media that they get most of their information from I mean when you look at the news and all they talk about is George Floyd or Trayvon Martin or BLM of course you would assume that white cops are out there just shooting black people like every other day because that's all that's on the news that's the narrative they want you to believe and I think in large part because they consume completely bogus propaganda
"bogus" Discussed on The Breakdown
"Again, that as much as 93 million, as though that makes up for an incredibly incendiary headline and the dramatic implications of the first paragraph, which said crypto funding is the reason that Hamas was able to carry out these attacks. Again, his defense for misleading the reader and by extension Congress in the opening paragraphs is that he hid caveats later in the article and then attacked C.T. for being too stupid to read the entire thing carefully. Now, it is true that when you read this piece, what it seems like it's going to say at the beginning based on that incendiary title and first paragraph isn't exactly what it's saying by the end. But that's problematic all on its own and shows just how warped towards clicks, even extremely formally reputable sources like The Wall Street Journal have come. Now, of course, the second dimension of this is the impact on crypto specifically, and I think Nick summed that up perfectly, so I don't necessarily need to go into it. Point being that this is a big deal. It's not some small thing. It's not just the latest crusade that we're using because we're bored of a bear market. But it's a big one, and I'm glad that the pressure remains on now in a semi-related story. On October 24th, Matt Walsh tweeted, as first reported by Ryan Selkis, further proof that Elizabeth Warren is running financial services policy for the United States of America. Operation Choke Point 2.0 just got a new team member. So what he was referring to is that earlier this week, President Joe Biden selected Senator Elizabeth Warren's chief of staff, John Donenberg, as the next deputy director of the National Economic Council. The NEC is the major advisory body to the White House on matters of U.S. and global economic policy. Bloomberg reporting identifies Donenberg as the key architect in crafting Warren's tax proposals as well as her calls for aggressive financial and technology regulation. Deputy Treasury Secretary Wally Adeyemo, who has known Donenberg for two decades, said that he expects the new appointee will bring a quote, degree of creativity to the role. That legal creativity was put on full display earlier this year when a Donenberg brainchild, the student debt relief executive order, was struck down by the Supreme Court for being unconstitutional. Lael Brainard, the former vice chair of the Federal Reserve and now head of the NEC, said he will be a key member of our leadership team in implementing the president's economic agenda. However, the question for many is whether it will truly be the president's economic agenda being advanced or rather the agenda of Warren herself. Throughout the Biden presidency, it has been rumored that Elizabeth Warren cut a deal to drop out of the 2020 presidential race in exchange for veto power over administration appointees related to economy and financial services portfolios. Custodia Bank CEO Caitlin Long referred to this deal as an open secret in Washington, while Galaxy Digital CEO Mike Novogratz referred to the deal live on stage at Masari's mainnet conference in September. Novo added that he has no idea why Warren hates the crypto industry so viscerally and that several of her senior staff disagree with her stance. It is believed, however, that Donenberg is not one of them. Ryan Selkis from Masari was the first to notice this issue. Back on October 14, he wrote, Rumor is John Donenberg, Liz Warren's chief of staff, is heading to the White House to replace Bharat Ramamurti. Bharat was responsible for most of the administration's deep crypto hostility. Some in DC told me to wait and see Biden softened with Bharat gone. If Donenberg is in, that won't happen. Now the reason that false reporting and the government actions that stem from it are so important at the moment is that crypto regulation is of course at a crossroads in the United States. We've already seen the disastrous effects that Operation Chokepoint 2.0 has had on the industry, making it nearly impossible for legal crypto businesses to get proper access to banking and driving many U.S. firms to shut down or move offshore. This crypto crackdown appears to be entering a critical phase, with multiple new rules being proposed by government agencies which could cripple or irreparably limit the industry. Last week, the Treasury's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or FinCEN, proposed designating crypto mixers as an area of primary money laundering concern. This designation would enhance reporting requirements for exchanges who accept deposits from wallets which have used mixers. In other words, more realistically, it would likely act as a de facto ban on mixers in the U.S. The issue is that the definition of a mixer is intentionally broad. It includes any protocol where funds are combined or commingled that would likely capture most of DeFi and make simply using on-chain financial tools a reason for suspicion for both exchanges and the government. The proposed rule would be the first time FinCEN's powers under the Patriot Act have been used to designate an entire class of transactions rather than focusing on an individual financial institution known to be participating in illicit finance. FinCEN said that they had considered writing a more narrow and targeted rule specifically addressing platforms commonly used in terrorism financing, but chose to write the rules as broadly as possible to capture edge cases. The rule is currently open for comment until mid-January. Now the other major rule currently in its public consultation period is the IRS and Treasury's crypto reporting rules. This set of rules would change the definition of a broker to include almost all crypto intermediaries, including decentralized exchanges, self-hosted wallet platforms, and maybe even validators. By designating most of the crypto industry as a broker, those firms would have to provide tax reporting on their customers' transactions. For some entities like centralized crypto exchanges, this would massively increase their reporting requirements and add a huge amount of regulatory cost to their operations. For other entities with less customer data, the reporting requirements would be impossible to comply with. This would likely lead to even more crypto services shutting out U.S. customers. This tax reporting rule has been coming since it was included in the 2022 Inflation Reduction Act. It has been pushed off multiple times and is now expected to come into force for transactions conducted in 2025. Elizabeth Warren once again, together with six supporting Senators, recently expressed displeasure with this delay, urging the IRS and the Treasury to get the rule finalized and enforce, quote, as swiftly as possible. On Wednesday, however, the public comment period was extended by two weeks until November 13th due to strong public interest. Anyways, just to reiterate one more time, this is big stuff. This is a battle worth having, and it's one that's taking place in the court of public opinion right now. So once you finish this episode, take out your AirPods, fire up Twitter slash X, go check out the latest thing that Nick Carter said, and let's get into it. One more big thanks to my sponsor for today's show, Kraken. Go to kraken.com slash the breakdown and see what crypto can be. Until next time, be safe and take care of each other. Peace.
"bogus" Discussed on The Breakdown
"So let's talk about the community reactions beyond just Nick's fervent anger and dramatization of the stakes. One was about just how egregious this mistake is. Dystopia Breaker put it this way, This is maliciousness, no doubt about it. It's easier to attempt to fabricate libel against your enemies than it is to fight them on the merits. Especially when you know you can't win on merits. A second theme was like, this is complicated, it's okay that there was a mistake, just fess up. Ryan Selkis from Masari wrote, This is why citizen journalists on X are more valuable than corporate media. The Wall Street Journal interpretation of data was wrong, honest mistake. The error was spotted publicly. Nature is healing. The journalist takes the error personally and prefers to deflect versus fix. Broken. Investor Mike Dudas, who was also the founder of the block, wrote, Journalists who publish false information then double down with more false information and insanely wrong assumptions after being told why their reporting is provably wrong are not journalists at all. The conversation pulled in bigger names too. Brian Armstrong, the CEO of Coinbase, wrote, This is crazy. An inaccurate WSJ article citing evidence from Elliptic caused 20% of Congress to sign a letter. Elliptic has now refuted the evidence in the WSJ article. WSJ, will you issue a retraction or a correction? And once again, Nick came back and reminded us of just how important this issue is. He wrote, Make no mistake. Journalists and senators lying about crypto financing terrorism and pinning the blame on us is an existential threat. If they win that information war, there is no limit to government aggression. This is a battle we need to win and the truth is on our side. This is the number one most important issue in the crypto space right now. We need to hold fake news peddlers and lying senators to account. There is no other way. Validating that, Blockchain Association CEO Kristin Smith begged, practically, writing, Members of Congress, please read this blog post before considering any action in response to the incorrect WSJ article on crypto and Hamas. So there are two really big issues here. One is just the state of media discourse. It really comes through in Ian Talley's defense of the article that he thinks he did nothing wrong, implying that he followed what he views or what the WSJ views as normal journalism.
"bogus" Discussed on The Breakdown
"Welcome back to The Breakdown with me, NLW. It's a daily podcast on macro, Bitcoin, and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. What's going on, guys? It is Thursday, October 26th, and today we are talking about crypto Twitter versus the Wall Street Journal. Before we get into that, however, if you are enjoying The Breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review, or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation, come join us on the Breakers Discord. You can find a link in the show notes or go to bit.ly slash breakdown pod. Well, friends, if you have been anywhere near crypto Twitter for the last couple of days, you know that there is a war going on. It is a proxy battle of our ongoing war with the Elizabeth Warren faction and Operation Choke Point 2.0 that is specifically focused now on the Wall Street Journal. Now, the leader of our faction in this battle has been Nick Carter. Yesterday on October 25th, Nick did a quick recap of the situation which we'll use to start before we broaden things out. Nick writes, So just to recap, Wall Street journalists Angus Berwick and Ian Talley write a flurry of articles citing elliptic data claiming that PIJ, a Hamas affiliate, raised $93 million in crypto and cites BitOK claiming Hamas raised $41 million. Senator Warren uses this article to claim Hamas raised over $130 million in crypto. This article is her sole citation in her letter. The entire letter depends on the Wall Street Journal article. Over 100 members of Congress sign the letter, which asks for the Biden administration to further crack down on crypto. Chainalysis comes out with an article disputing the WSJ claims, saying that instead of $82 million of terror financing, the real figure is around $450K. It's unclear which wallets they are referring to. Either way, it looks like the Wall Street Journal analysis is vastly overstated. WSJ refuses to follow up or retract, instead writing more articles relying on their claims. Nick then asks a set of questions about where the BitOK report is and whether they stand by it, whether Elliptic was going to make a statement, and could Chainalysis confirm which WSJ claim they were responding to. When it came to the seriousness of this, Nick pointed out, Because this letter was signed by fully 20% of the U.S. Congress and the entire thing relies on the WSJ article and it is directing the national security apparatus against the At the end of the day, if the WSJ analysis is correct, I want to know that. If it's false, it's a gigantic scandal and we absolutely deserve to know that. Bitcoin is money for enemies and yes, bad people will use it. We also have tools to interdict that and limit its use in illicit finance. We just deserve to know the truth, and none of the WSJ, Elliptic, nor BitOK are helping us find it out right now. For the sake of the entire industry, Elliptic needs to do the right thing and either defend the WSJ or refute them. So that brings us up to where we start our piece, which is that the firm in question here Elliptic published a blog post seeking to set the record straight on how Hamas was using crypto as a funding source. Elliptic had originally published in July that Israeli officials had seized crypto wallets containing $93.7 million. The seizure order was targeting funds raised by Palestinian Islamic Jihad, which is another designated terrorist group. The initial report from Elliptic clearly stated that Now, this report was picked up by the Wall Street Journal, as you might have grokked by now, which used it as a source for an article published on October 10th, just days after the horrific attack in Israel. Entitled Hamas Militants Behind Israel Attack Raised Millions In Crypto, the article was fairly clear in its contention. It stated that Hamas's lightning strike on Israel last weekend has raised the question of how the group financed the surprise operation. One answer? Cryptocurrency. Now, of course, as you also heard and as you've no doubt already seen, that article was used as the basis for a letter from Senator Elizabeth Warren and over 100 of her congressional colleagues. The letter was sent to the White House and the Treasury demanding action on crypto's use in terrorism financing. The following day, however, Chainalysis published a blog post questioning the numbers contained in the original Elliptic report, and in particular, the way that they had been interpreted by the Wall Street Journal and Warren. Chainalysis noted that when Elliptic quoted the $93 million number, they were including funds held in an exchange wallet. According to blockchain forensics performed by Chainalysis, they found that only 450,000 of that larger sum was tied to wallets identified as belonging to terrorist organizations. The rest of that $93 million was presumed to be funds owned by innocent users of the exchange due to a lack of contrary information. Then from there, we waited. A week passed with no acknowledgement of this issue from Elliptic or the Wall Street Journal. And of course, as you've heard, this issue was a big deal to many in the industry. It appeared as though Elizabeth Warren was using a misinterpretation of blockchain analytics data to drum up support for her crypto anti-money laundering bill. That bill deals with on-chain KYC requirements and frankly isn't even related to the issue of exchanges servicing terrorist groups. Now, just a few hours after that viral tweet thread that you heard from Nick Carter a moment Elliptic released a blog post claiming that indeed the Wall Street Journal had misinterpreted their report. They wrote, The rest of the post explained how crypto had become an increasingly poor tool for terrorist financing with the rise of blockchain analytics. Elliptic noted the most public crypto financing campaign since the attack has been from pro-Homas news organization Gaza Now. The campaign has only raised $21,000 in crypto donations and most of those funds have already been frozen. Elliptic was unequivocal in calling out the misuse of their report, stating that as a significant source of funds for Hamas and other terrorist groups, but the data simply does not support this. No public crypto fundraising campaign by a terrorist group has received significant levels of donations relative to other funding sources. They explained that, Careful and detailed understanding of blockchain analysis is needed whenever approaching a nuanced and sensitive topic such as this. As for the Wall Street Journal and Elizabeth Warren, at the time of recording there has been no retraction or public statement. Ian Talley, one of the authors of the Wall Street Journal article acknowledged the outrage on Twitter but did not offer a retraction or admit that his article had been used in a misleading way by Warren. Instead, he doubled down, publicly standing by his reporting. Talley noted a few caveats that he had buried deep in the article, as if they were enough to offset the inflammatory headline. Throughout the article, Talley had used qualifiers attached to what we now know to be wildly inflated numbers based on no real evidence. For example, he wrote that PIJ received as much as $93 million in crypto. In his follow-up tweets, Talley seemed to be making the point that these minor caveats were enough to live up to journalistic standards, despite the inflammatory and misleading headline and opening paragraphs. Later in the evening, as the full weight of crypto Twitter descended upon him, which is to be fair, no easy thing to bear, Talley devolved into posting bizarre quotations which seemed at times to insult his critics for not being smart enough to read his article properly and understand its nuance. Of course, the Warren letter contained none of this supposed nuance, stating plainly, between August 2021 and this past June, Hamas and PIJ raised over $130 million in crypto. This false claim was wedged between two references of the Wall Street Journal article to give it an air of credibility. Today's episode is brought to you by Kraken. For far too long, the whole financial system has been standing still, too slow, only on for certain hours. Overly designed for some types of people, but not for others. Crypto, at its best, represents progress. It asks the question, what if? It invites people in instead of leaving them out. It's on 24-7, 365, and moves at the speed of real life. Not everyone believes it, we've got our fair share of detractors, but that's the way it always is when you're building something new. Kraken is a crypto company that has been through the highs and lows of the industry, facing forwards towards progress throughout. And now they're inviting us to see what crypto can be. Learn more at kraken.com slash the breakdown.
A highlight from Will the WSJ Retract Their Bogus Crypto Terror Financing Reporting?
"Welcome back to The Breakdown with me, NLW. It's a daily podcast on macro, Bitcoin, and the big picture power shifts remaking our world. What's going on, guys? It is Thursday, October 26th, and today we are talking about crypto Twitter versus the Wall Street Journal. Before we get into that, however, if you are enjoying The Breakdown, please go subscribe to it, give it a rating, give it a review, or if you want to dive deeper into the conversation, come join us on the Breakers Discord. You can find a link in the show notes or go to bit .ly slash breakdown pod. Well, friends, if you have been anywhere near crypto Twitter for the last couple of days, you know that there is a war going on. It is a proxy battle of our ongoing war with the Elizabeth Warren faction and Operation Choke Point 2 .0 that is specifically focused now on the Wall Street Journal. Now, the leader of our faction in this battle has been Nick Carter. Yesterday on October 25th, Nick did a quick recap of the situation which we'll use to start before we broaden things out. Nick writes, So just to recap, Wall Street journalists Angus Berwick and Ian Talley write a flurry of articles citing elliptic data claiming that PIJ, a Hamas affiliate, raised $93 million in crypto and cites BitOK claiming Hamas raised $41 million. Senator Warren uses this article to claim Hamas raised over $130 million in crypto. This article is her sole citation in her letter. The entire letter depends on the Wall Street Journal article. Over 100 members of Congress sign the letter, which asks for the Biden administration to further crack down on crypto. Chainalysis comes out with an article disputing the WSJ claims, saying that instead of $82 million of terror financing, the real figure is around $450K. It's unclear which wallets they are referring to. Either way, it looks like the Wall Street Journal analysis is vastly overstated. WSJ refuses to follow up or retract, instead writing more articles relying on their claims. Nick then asks a set of questions about where the BitOK report is and whether they stand by it, whether Elliptic was going to make a statement, and could Chainalysis confirm which WSJ claim they were responding to. When it came to the seriousness of this, Nick pointed out, Because this letter was signed by fully 20 % of the U .S. Congress and the entire thing relies on the WSJ article and it is directing the national security apparatus against the At the end of the day, if the WSJ analysis is correct, I want to know that. If it's false, it's a gigantic scandal and we absolutely deserve to know that. Bitcoin is money for enemies and yes, bad people will use it. We also have tools to interdict that and limit its use in illicit finance. We just deserve to know the truth, and none of the WSJ, Elliptic, nor BitOK are helping us find it out right now. For the sake of the entire industry, Elliptic needs to do the right thing and either defend the WSJ or refute them. So that brings us up to where we start our piece, which is that the firm in question here Elliptic published a blog post seeking to set the record straight on how Hamas was using crypto as a funding source. Elliptic had originally published in July that Israeli officials had seized crypto wallets containing $93 .7 million. The seizure order was targeting funds raised by Palestinian Islamic Jihad, which is another designated terrorist group. The initial report from Elliptic clearly stated that Now, this report was picked up by the Wall Street Journal, as you might have grokked by now, which used it as a source for an article published on October 10th, just days after the horrific attack in Israel. Entitled Hamas Militants Behind Israel Attack Raised Millions In Crypto, the article was fairly clear in its contention. It stated that Hamas's lightning strike on Israel last weekend has raised the question of how the group financed the surprise operation. One answer? Cryptocurrency. Now, of course, as you also heard and as you've no doubt already seen, that article was used as the basis for a letter from Senator Elizabeth Warren and over 100 of her congressional colleagues. The letter was sent to the White House and the Treasury demanding action on crypto's use in terrorism financing. The following day, however, Chainalysis published a blog post questioning the numbers contained in the original Elliptic report, and in particular, the way that they had been interpreted by the Wall Street Journal and Warren. Chainalysis noted that when Elliptic quoted the $93 million number, they were including funds held in an exchange wallet. According to blockchain forensics performed by Chainalysis, they found that only 450 ,000 of that larger sum was tied to wallets identified as belonging to terrorist organizations. The rest of that $93 million was presumed to be funds owned by innocent users of the exchange due to a lack of contrary information. Then from there, we waited. A week passed with no acknowledgement of this issue from Elliptic or the Wall Street Journal. And of course, as you've heard, this issue was a big deal to many in the industry. It appeared as though Elizabeth Warren was using a misinterpretation of blockchain analytics data to drum up support for her crypto anti -money laundering bill. That bill deals with on -chain KYC requirements and frankly isn't even related to the issue of exchanges servicing terrorist groups. Now, just a few hours after that viral tweet thread that you heard from Nick Carter a moment Elliptic released a blog post claiming that indeed the Wall Street Journal had misinterpreted their report. They wrote, The rest of the post explained how crypto had become an increasingly poor tool for terrorist financing with the rise of blockchain analytics. Elliptic noted the most public crypto financing campaign since the attack has been from pro -Homas news organization Gaza Now. The campaign has only raised $21 ,000 in crypto donations and most of those funds have already been frozen. Elliptic was unequivocal in calling out the misuse of their report, stating that as a significant source of funds for Hamas and other terrorist groups, but the data simply does not support this. No public crypto fundraising campaign by a terrorist group has received significant levels of donations relative to other funding sources. They explained that, Careful and detailed understanding of blockchain analysis is needed whenever approaching a nuanced and sensitive topic such as this. As for the Wall Street Journal and Elizabeth Warren, at the time of recording there has been no retraction or public statement. Ian Talley, one of the authors of the Wall Street Journal article acknowledged the outrage on Twitter but did not offer a retraction or admit that his article had been used in a misleading way by Warren. Instead, he doubled down, publicly standing by his reporting. Talley noted a few caveats that he had buried deep in the article, as if they were enough to offset the inflammatory headline. Throughout the article, Talley had used qualifiers attached to what we now know to be wildly inflated numbers based on no real evidence. For example, he wrote that PIJ received as much as $93 million in crypto. In his follow -up tweets, Talley seemed to be making the point that these minor caveats were enough to live up to journalistic standards, despite the inflammatory and misleading headline and opening paragraphs. Later in the evening, as the full weight of crypto Twitter descended upon him, which is to be fair, no easy thing to bear, Talley devolved into posting bizarre quotations which seemed at times to insult his critics for not being smart enough to read his article properly and understand its nuance. Of course, the Warren letter contained none of this supposed nuance, stating plainly, between August 2021 and this past June, Hamas and PIJ raised over $130 million in crypto. This false claim was wedged between two references of the Wall Street Journal article to give it an air of credibility. Today's episode is brought to you by Kraken. For far too long, the whole financial system has been standing still, too slow, only on for certain hours. Overly designed for some types of people, but not for others. Crypto, at its best, represents progress. It asks the question, what if? It invites people in instead of leaving them out. It's on 24 -7, 365, and moves at the speed of real life. Not everyone believes it, we've got our fair share of detractors, but that's the way it always is when you're building something new. Kraken is a crypto company that has been through the highs and lows of the industry, facing forwards towards progress throughout. And now they're inviting us to see what crypto can be. Learn more at kraken .com slash the breakdown.
Meet Susan Peirce Thompson: Bestselling Author and Founder of Bright Line Eating
"Very excited today about our guest, Susan Peirce Thompson. Welcome Susan. Susan Peirce Thompson Hi. So great to be here with you. I can't wait to get into your work and your books. Dr. Susan Peirce Thompson is founder and CEO of Bright Line Eating. She's a New York Times bestselling author. She's professor of brain and cognitive sciences. She's written three books. I've read two of them. I'm going to give the names. One comes out in October when this podcast airs. And the two I have read are Bright Line Eating, The Science of Living Happy, Thin and Free. And her newest book, Resume, The Powerful Reframe to End the Crash and Burn Cycle of Food Addiction. And then coming out in October is On This Bright Day, A Year of Reflections for Lasting Food Freedom. So we're going to talk about your background, your struggle with addiction, your work and the books and the Bright Line Eating approach. So let's start by talking about your books. They're very successful, 100 ,000 copies. You had a lot of reviews, over 7 ,000 New York Times bestseller list. And the Bright Line Eating movement started in 2014 and has grown tremendously. Talk about your books. Dr. Susan Peirce Yeah. Well the impetus for all this was to write a book. That's what I heard in my morning meditation was write a book called Bright Line Eating. And that was in January of 2014. So that first book, Bright Line Eating, in my soul is kind of the point of everything I've done with Bright Line Eating. I feel very proud of that book. It's been translated into a gajillion languages now and I don't know how many hundreds of thousands of copies it's sold, but lots. There another was book right after that, that also hit the New York Times list. It's the official Bright Line Eating cookbook and there's bogus Bright Line Eating cookbooks that pop up on Amazon all the time. So if it doesn't say the official Bright Line Eating cookbook, don't get it. It's probably got sugar and flour all over it. And then the book Resume is about relapse. It's about why we relapse. It's about how to inoculate yourself against relapse, what to do when you relapse, and it's really also about Recovery 2 .0, a more nuanced, deeper take on food addiction recovery. And what I love about that book is it really goes into the reasons why food addiction is the hardest. It is the hardest. I come from a background of drug and alcohol and all kinds of addictions that people think of as being whopper addictions like crack cocaine, for example. But food is harder. Food is harder. And I go into the science of why. I also go deeper into the science of food addiction and why there's still controversy about food addiction, which is so silly that there is. But I go into the history of it. There's actually a really good and concrete reason for that controversy. And then I'm really excited about On This Bright Day. It's a daily meditation reader. And it's the only daily meditation reader for recovering food addicts that's not 12 -step based. So it really fills a gap in what's available literature -wise. It's more scientifically grounded. It's very inspirational and aspirational, motivational. But yeah, so I'm excited about that book, too. Yeah, well, I will be buying it as soon as it comes out. I think I'm going to get on the list now to buy
A highlight from Ep373: Skipping These Steps Affects The Value You Give Your Listeners - Alex Pardo
"Okay. Half ish, a million a year. And I'm thinking to myself like the doctors that I know, the attorneys that I know, I dated the same attorney for years and years and years. They don't make 500 grand a year. Only a couple of them, only a certain amount of them. You have to be a certain type of doctor or a certain type of attorney, but the people in this world who we all look up to and strive to have an income similar to that, they're not even pulling in a half a million a year. So I think that it's good to see how lucrative it can be if you're doing something like that. That's right. One thing I do want to stress for people listening, have a specific day and time that your episodes get released that your listener can come to expect that from you. And you might decide to do more, but I've seen too many podcasters are very inconsistent. They might release on a Tuesday, one day, nine days later, it's released on a Thursday and then two weeks later it's on a Monday. And then, you know, it's very disjointed and I don't see anybody that's done that gain any traction with podcasting. So just commit to the craft and just stay consistent is one big thing would underscore for people. I've got a couple quick questions for you, but first I want to mention one thing that I remember calling you out on that I felt was a mistake during when you were monetizing. And I think it was maybe your sponsor that you promised like 45 second ads to. Yes. And you wanted to go above and beyond for them. And I don't remember the length and I don't want to exaggerate it too much, but it may have been like double the length, like from 45 seconds, maybe a minute and a half issue was okay. Yeah. And I remember thinking like, why spend so much time on this ad on every single episode because your people start hearing it. And then after they've heard it like three or four times, then they're like, I've got to push the forward 30 seconds three times and it's over. And so I felt like it was giving less value to the sponsor by doubling the length. And so I just want to point that out to the listener right now is like a 15 second ad, a 30 second ad, a 45 second ad. These are awesome lengths. A minute is probably the longest. And I don't think you're always going above and beyond by increasing that to a minute or two or three minutes. I think you're probably giving the best value by keeping it at or around within 15 seconds of what you promised them. I now agree with you. I remember at the time hearing that feedback from you. And despite the fact that you know better, I was like, in my mind, speaking about the product or service and how much I believe in it and the deliverables, I felt that was going to add value. Now I know, no, it detracted value from it. You're a hundred percent right. Yeah. I just wanted to point that out because you have like an extremely giving heart. You're that go giver in my mind. When I read the book, go giver, you're the person that comes to my mind and I can feel it with the authenticity. I can feel it with your episodes that I can certainly feel it when you're talking about, I stopped having people pay that we're willing to pay because I didn't feel so good about that. They weren't monetizing it already. And so I stopped. And so I really liked that. I wanted to point it out. So now let's talk about just real quick, the length of an episode, not the length of the ad, but the length of the episode and number of episodes that you would recommend to podcaster another who's already kind of going or they're about to launch a podcast. You did two a week for a long, long time. I don't know exactly where you are today, but what would you recommend to the listener? Yeah, no, it's a really good question. And it depends really on the person's goals, objectives, how much they want to commit to it. My personal opinion, and I'm happy to be wrong on this or feel free to push back. My personal opinion is that it's easier to start on the lower side and ramp up if you want to versus starting on the higher side and then realize that maybe you bit off more than you could chew. I committed to two shows a week and I did that for six ish years and about a year and a half ago or so, like I realized that I had so much on my plate that it started to not serve me and recording podcasts. I remember at one point was almost taking energy from me versus giving me energy. And I'm very in tune with the things that are energy giving versus energy draining. And I started to ask myself, how does the podcast become a get to instead of a have to say it again? How does the podcast become a get to? I get to do this podcast versus a have to. I have to do this podcast. And during around a year and a half ago, if I'm being honest, for a while, the podcast felt like I have to like I have to get out of a show on Monday and Thursday. And to be honest with you, Adam, I was struggling with like content. Content used to be very free flowing. I used to be able to get on a mic and for talk for 15, 20 minutes. And I felt like it was coming from the heart. I was connecting. And around a year and a half ago, I was like, I'm kind of struggling figuring out what to talk about, man. And I don't want to just keep interviewing people because I would alternate, by the way, like on my Monday show, I would interview on my Thursday show was a solo. And so anyways, long story short, I scaled down to one show a week and now it's a get to. Now it gives me energy to hop on it. I feel like it's a rhythm and a pace. I can continue for a long time. So for the person listening, I wouldn't go any less than one show a week. I think if you're going to do one every other week, I just don't know if you're going to gain traction that way. So I would say minimum one show a week. If you think you can do two shows a week, I think you'll gain more traction, right? I know some guys that do three shows a week and I know one dude who I think still does a daily show. That's a lot. I wouldn't recommend that for too many people, but I think between one and two shows is probably a good starting spot. And then your other question, my solo shows where it's just me, I'm usually on the mic between 12 and 20 minutes. I keep a short suite and I typically try to focus on one or two like points I want to drive home when I'm interviewing someone roughly about 45 minutes. Yeah, I like that. And I don't disagree. I like the thought where you said do as many as you can comfortably handle. I like the part where you said don't bite off more than you can chew. On my end, I was doing six for a while and my company, because we serve the same person who listens, my company was doing extremely well and I slowed down to two a week. I went from six down to two. And after doing that for about a year, my company started not making as much money. And so I doubled it back to four. And around the time that this is airing, it's back up to six again. And it's because it doesn't take away from me. I like that I get to versus a half do. And to me, sometimes the solos are like shit. You've got to record a bunch of solos now because it's happening. I have to do this. But at the same time, I think right when I push record, I can get into that mindset where I'm finally I'm excited about it and I'm passionate about it again. So for me, around the time you're slowing down, I'm trying to speed it back up. So I think it's just a good conversation to have. But with this one big takeaway, at least one a week, I a hundred percent agree with that. One hundred percent. No question about that. Alex. Oh, you know what? I got to bring you back on because we're like at that 45 ish minutes that I agree with you on. I really want to talk more about personal visions. Can you give us a brief on it and maybe jump back on another show? And so I so believe in I learned about a decade or so ago from this organization called Life in Air. And I got to give them credit. I learned about the importance of creating and establishing a vision for your life, because I see so many people who they're always focused on business and growing and generating more wealth and cash flow. And there's nothing wrong with that. That's all very important. But yet I see people always spending so much time in this area of their life, i .e. business. And then yet their health suffers, their relationships suffer, their kids grow. They don't really get to know their kids. And that pains me, right? Because you're a man or a woman, you're a person first. An entrepreneur is just what you do. It's not who you are. And so I really learned the idea of like, what is it I want my life to look like without regards to money, possessions, material things, things of that nature. But what do I want to experience and what about my life to look like? Then figure out how to create and structure a business to support and enhance your desired lifestyle. And so that has served me very well. So I always now ask questions. Does this get me closer to my life's vision or does it take me further away? Prior to having a vision, any opportunity under the sun that I felt that I enjoyed or that I could monetize, I would say, okay, let's do that. And then I was stacking so much on my plate that I didn't have enough time for the things that mattered to me, like family, travel, faith, etc. Now that I have a vision, I look at an opportunity and I say, does this fit within my vision? Yes or no. And I make the decision based off of the vision, like the podcast that fit my vision. I get to help people. I get to impact. I get to communicate. It fits within my strengths. I get to do it on my timeline. I get to monetize it so it feeds the business so I can help more people that fit within my vision. Going out and traveling and speaking on stage every other weekend, that doesn't fit my vision. So I don't do it. Yeah. The life in there guys. So I hired one of them personally. And so I worked with a guy named Sean and for years he would tell me to filter everything through my vision. Yeah. And I just didn't feel like I had time to have a vision. I thought it was bogus. I thought it was silly. I thought it was a waste. And so I never did it. I mean, I didn't do it for a long time is what I mean to say. And one day I wrote it down and I committed to him that I would filter everything through that vision. And it changed everything. I started working a lot less and my income actually went up, which I didn't expect because I thought for sure it would go down. But the income went up. My happiness went up. My health went up. My relationships went up. And it was because I finally took the advice of taking a step back, looking at what I want that vision to look like, and then making everything fit around it and filtering everything through it. So I love that part a lot. Yeah. The only caveat I would add to that is if people sit down to create their vision, don't filter based on what you think is possible or isn't possible. What is it you want your life to look like? Even if you don't know how to do it, the how -to will come. What is it you want your life to look like? Get that on paper. That's a good place to end the episode today. If you're listening and I know you are, the next episode is a solo episode, just like Alex. He does every other episodes or solos. And I've got something curated that I really think is important to you. I don't want you to go anywhere. I'll see you on the next episode. If you're glad that you checked out the podcast today, if you got some value out of this episode, some actionable takeaways, I invite you to do one of three things. A, you could do a written review on Apple. Let us know what you think. Just an honest written review. B, you could share the podcast with a friend of yours who needs it. Or C, at the very least, implement what you've learned to take your business and your podcast to the next level. And I'll see you on the next episode. Bye.
A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 08/15/23
"Mary Amsterdam. A movie star. The Professor and Mary Ann. Somebody in the Nick Van Dyke cast a mic, I know, sorry. You know how Professor and Mary Ann got screwed in season one, right? What? Gilligan the skipper to a millionaire and his wife. A movie star and the rest, the rest. The Professor and Mary Ann. That was season two, the entire first season. There were only two people left and they could have fit them into the song, but the first season Gilligan's Island says, a movie star instead of the Professor and Mary Ann. So Russell Johnson, Don Wells, not even mentioned at the beginning, crazy. A hundred and fifty brain cells of mine have just died. That's right. How do you know that? Do you realize, if you want to talk about the master of useless knowledge, there it is. Oh, you got that right. Well, here's what's weird. So you and I have talked about how Dick Van Dyke has wound around our brain. The show debuted when you were like one. So I guess it's in syndication because I'm old enough that in its later incarnations, because it went 61 to 66, I remember watching late season stuff when I'm seven or eight, a member of that magnificent cast, one of the best casts ever, a member of that cast born 100 years ago today. And that would be the amazing Rosemary, Sally Rogers. It's a great documentary about her. Have you seen it? Yes. It's called Wait For Your Laugh. I love it. And guess who's not in it? Well, okay, well, hang on. I think she might have been because she died. Well, guess who wouldn't have been in it anyway? Dick Van Dyke himself is in it, who's still alive at 97. Carl Reiner is in it. Mary Tyler Moore. Okay, Mary Tyler Moore. I think it died before it came out. Rosemary and Mary Tyler Moore, Sally Rogers and Laura Petri did not get along. So the story goes, yeah, so the story goes. And just an amazing, and she started out as a child star in like the 30s. And there's a wonderful quote from her. She said, I had this deep voice, which you can remember from the Sally Rogers character. So I'm in these movies as a kid and people thought I was a 30 -year -old midget. There's that theory. Don't say that. You can't use that. First of all, don't say that word. Dwarf, dwarf, dwarf. Her quote, not mine. Her quote, not mine. All right, how about some headlines today because we've got some real stuff to talk about. Let's go. Big stuff, big breaking news. Let's take a stroll through the headlines. Hillary and Rachel Maddow crack up laughing over Trump's new bombshell indictment. Here's a headline. Georgia district attorney gives Trump until August 25th at noon to surrender. From Axios, case loaded with breathtaking ambition. Breaking news, Georgia judge rules cameras will be allowed in courtroom if Trump is indicted. You know, Mark, we love talking about cultural stuff and TV shows and Mary Tyler Moore and all that. I want to bring up an analogy of a movie I remembered when I was a kid that had a profound impact on me, The Exorcist. Do you remember the scene when the little girl who is possessed by the devil does something terrible and it's way over the top? I forget what it is she did. Oh, there are a couple of those. I know, she threw the priest out the window, something. But after she did it, she's sitting in the bed, the devil now is in this little girl's body. The evil cackle? The evil cackle and a look on her face like even I know I went too far. She's got a look and I remember that scene. I'm like, even the devil knows I went too far. Yeah, but you know what? I'm feeling that today because they've gone so far. This evil act of interfering with an election, a desperate attempt to stop Trump is so far. Mark, you know there are Democrats and people who hate Trump who know this is too much. You know they know it. They're listening to us. They do, Mark. They have to. Yes, there are some. What percentage of Democrats in America, it's a total gut check, what percentage of Democrats in America look at this and go, dude, I hate him, but this is crazy. We're going to get him elected and this is, or actually they probably know that, but I think your premise is even they know this is overreach. Even they know this is a sham. Even they know this is wrong. Read the indictment. Read the indictment and recognize that Fannie Willis has, and incidentally you saw of course the debacle, how they released accidentally the charges before the grand jury ended its meeting. They just couldn't wait. They just got it. They couldn't help it. They couldn't help themselves. I mean, this is like right out of a Hollywood movie. The state of Georgia, now let this sink in, has criminally indicted the former president of the United States for tweeting that people ought to turn on the TV and watch one American news. Yep. That's one of the charges. Another one is securing a meeting room in the state Capitol to coordinate the alternate set of electors that they would deploy if their claims prevailed. They didn't, so the alternate electors were for naught, but just renting that, securing that room was also a crime. Another one, they indicted the White House chief of staff for asking for a phone number. Pennsylvania, pretty excited. They also indicted the former GOP state chair for reserving a room, as you said. I mean, Mark, this is unbelievable. I mean, and I'm telling you that he's going to get elected. In fact, this one might have done it. This one might be enough to say, and you know what's awful? He'll be behind bars. They're going to convict him, Mark, and we've got to be ready for this. I heard Byron York give a terrible scenario this morning that ought to be a wakeup call to every American. Here's a scenario that could happen. He gets convicted. He gets incarcerated. He has to go to prison. Biden wins by a sliver like he did in 2020. After the election, the higher courts throw it all out and say it was bogus and it was wrong. Meaning he was in jail for naught. He was in jail falsely. Well, he lost the election based on it, Mark. That's the ultimate proof of election interference. This is something that Fannie doesn't care about. This is something that Rachel Maddow doesn't care about. You go ahead and live in a country where we're going to have to accept that a conviction that was then ruled completely improper and unconstitutional and wrong and politically motivated, but it's too late because by the time it gets to the higher courts, the election is over and Biden hangs on for a sliver of a victory. If that happens, Democrat America will be fine because they don't really particularly even care that necessarily much if Trump dies in jail. They'd love it. But what all they really want, all this is all about is taking him off the field, off the battlefield for this election so that he doesn't become president again. If they get that, they won't care at all if everything gets appealed successfully, don't you think? I mean, Mark, Democrat America may not care, but America should care and America is going to be broken. I'm telling you, this will break this country. We're already heading that way and I'm not trying to overstate this. Charlie Kirk tweeted something out that's so important. He says, here's an actual line from the Georgia indictment. Now listen, this is from the indictment. Act 22. This is a criminal act that Fannie Willis wants Trump to go to jail over. As read by the – here it is, quote, on or about the third day of December 2020, Donald John Trump caused to be tweeted from the Twitter account at Real Donald Trump, quote, Georgia hearings now on one American news network, amazing, unquote. This was an overt act in furtherance of the conspiracy.
The Missing Chapter to 'The Democrat Party Hates America'
"Of this chapter Stalin would be proud I just want to jump into this a little bit Trump now stands indicted by an elected Democrat district attorney in New York City Evan Bragg in an utterly bogus and politically motivated case involving nondisclosure agreements another elected Democrat district in Fulton County Georgia covering most of Atlanta Fannie to Phi Willis has concocted a case against Trump involved in the 2020 election she's announced it the elected Democrat Attorney General of New York State Letitia James has brought a civil fraud lawsuit against Trump and his children involving businesses for hundreds of millions of dollars Bragg and James both campaigned on a platform of indicting Trump which is utterly unethical and should have resulted in both losing their law while he was president Trump was subjected to a multi -year multi -million dollar federal investigation based on Democrat Party media accusations ginned up by unethical and even illegal activity by senior FBI Department of Justice and intelligence officials that he and his 2016 campaign colluded with the Russian government to win his election a so -called Russian dossier which was funded by the Hillary Clinton campaign and was a complete fiction served as launching the off point for the Democrat Party media and FBI allegations against Trump the former FBI director James Comey despite knowing that those he was false used it used to threaten Trump when he President was -elect and in the earliest days of his administration the Washington mob grew louder and louder demanding the appointment of a special counsel investigator Hillary Clinton Democrat
A highlight from FULL INTERVIEW - Curtis Sliwa, Founder & CEO of Guardian Angels
"I gotta bring my buddy Curtis Sliwa in here, I guarantee he's got plenty to say about this because I've known Curtis for a long time, of course, years, years of friendship, founder of the Guardian Angels, host on 77WABC in New York City. And Curtis, it's been a long time my friend, good to catch up with you. Before we talk about the lunacy of the two billion dollars being handed out to failed teacher applicants, give me your reaction to this breaking story that President Trump, he says, is about to get indicted and arrested for a third time. Is this going to continue to show him soaring in the polls? Or is this the thing that's going to maybe take him out? Oh, no doubt, Mike, it'll make him the male version of Joan of Arc. They're putting him at the stake, they're trying to burn him and trying to isolate him. But as you know, amongst Trumpers, it just empowers him all the more. And you say, why now? Why the pileup? It started with Alvin Bragg, who won't even arrest and prosecute criminals. It started with that bogus case, the payoff supposedly for dollars for prostitution. And then it's just gotten it's accelerated more and more and more. And we know what it's meant to do. It's meant to put Trump on the sideline. Now, I happen to be one that doesn't want to relive the election in 2020 with Biden or Trump. But if the people want Donald Trump and if they want Joe Biden round two, then this is what they should be given. That's right. The people get to decide. And that's what they're trying to change. They're trying to take it out of the hands of the voters. And it is disgusting. Listen, I'm with you. I'm with whoever the people pick. I'm going to be a Republican supporting broadcaster. But at the end of the day, what we're witnessing to Donald Trump is disgraceful. And think I Americans, you ought to see the angry texts and calls we're getting. You're going to get them, too. And it's infuriating. Equally stunning is the news from New York City. Now, you were a mayoral candidate. You'd have been, by the way, a splendid mayor. It's why I contributed to your campaign. I love who you are and what you represent. I've often told my friends there's about five life stories, books, movies that can be made about the life of Curtis Sliwa, the founder of the Guardian Angels. So you know New York like the back of your hand. Can you please walk us through the funny farm, the insane asylum of New York giving almost $2 billion, making millionaires out of hundreds of people who happen to be black or Hispanic and took the teacher's exam and failed? Please, please shed some light on this crazy story. Well, it's hard for the course and why people continue to exit New York State and New York City in unprecedented numbers. It's the insanity of our elected officials, Governor Kathy Hochum, I call her Hochum, and Eric Adams. I call him the swagger man with no plan, mayor of the illegal aliens who just keeps encouraging illegals to come in. And we, the taxpayers of New York City, have to fund it. So now being dropped on us simultaneously is a lawsuit that none of us were aware of that's been going on since 1994 for about 20 years. You had a series of black and Hispanics who had failed the test to become a teacher in the public school system of New York. It's civil service. It doesn't look at your color. It looks at what was the mark that you got on your test. And they failed. And now all of a sudden, so many years later, rather than continue to fight the good fight and say not a nickel dime a penny, Corporation Council under Eric Adams, swagger man with no plan, has decided, hey, let's just pay it out. And you're going to have $1 .8 billion to be paid out to approximately 5 ,200 black and Hispanics who took the test and failed to qualify to become a New York City teacher. Now you need to know at that time, Mike, there were other black and Hispanics who took the test and passed. And by now they're tenured and they're right about at the point of retiring and going to Florida and enjoying their very generous pension system that they get from the public school system of New York City. So how is it some blacks and Hispanics were able to pass it and others were not, but the ones who couldn't are going to end up making windfall money that you couldn't make in Powerball or Lotto? I mean, this one guy they interviewed is going to get over $2 million. And he was shocked. And of course, he's ecstatic. And he bragged to the New York Post reporter how he failed the test a lot. So I guess failing a lot, the more you fail the test, Curtis, the more you make.
"Lost in Trans Nation" With Dr. Miriam Grossman
"Really excited about this interview, so let's dive right in. One of my actual doctor, unlike Jill Biden, who is not a doctor, she has a new book out that everybody needs to purchase, Lost in Trans Nation, excellent title, a child psychiatrist guide out of the madness. Doctor, the floor is yours. Tell us about your book. Well, Charlie, thanks so much for having me on. Basically, I wrote this book after a few years of seeing gender confused kids in my office and their parents and seeing the utter devastation that this this belief system, this ideology is breaking on our on society, on kids, on families, on our society in general. And the devastation is really more than anything I've seen. And believe me, in my 40 years of practicing psychiatry, child psychiatry, I've seen a lot. I've seen a lot of a lot of bad stuff. But this is the worst. And the reason is it is man made. These catastrophes of a child coming home suddenly and claiming that they're the opposite sex and demanding that their parents call them by a different name and new pronouns and take them to a gender clinic for puberty blockers and opposite sex hormones. This is a man made catastrophe. It's based on bogus ideas with no medical foundation,
CNN Criticizes 'Sound of Freedom' Film, Citing Moral Panic
"Freaking crazy a -holes you're listening to these does focus on a real issue of sex trafficking but that beam it's sort of like that kernel of truth that feeds the QAnon conspiracy theory tell us how those two things work together sure and the most durable and the most believable well conspiracy theories are not entirely false there's something in them that is true and the rest of it is but false the believers but the point to the one true thing and they say oh you don't believe that this particular thing is true terms of child trafficking we know trafficking is real we know it has real victims no one is denying that but these films are created out of moral panics they're created out of bogus statistics they're created out of fear and with something sound like of freedom it specifically is looking at q it on concepts of these child trafficking rings that are run by the high level elites and only people like tim ballard and only people like jim and only people like the ticket buyer can help bring these trafficking rings down so there's a very participatory element you're not just going to see a movie you're just killing two hours on a hot day you are helping bring down these these pedophile rings and save children now it's not true but it's a very comforting and it's a very warm feeling to have oh my gosh jim what is that moron's name who is that guy holy moses mike runt if you're anywhere near this guy keep this guy away from your kids what a freaking weirdo he's like yeah man this movie about child sex driving it's like a moral panic what the hell would you what if there was ever a situation to have a moral panic it's about kids being trafficked for sex he's like i don't know about this a moral pain hey listen if it was about like a guy striking out in the ninth inning of a baseball game down one with a scoring runner in position yeah we don't need a moral panic but like kids being
Dr. Gal Luft Exposes Biden Family's China Connection
"There have been some incredible allegations put forward by Dr. Gal Luft, and the person who broke the story who knows it very, very well is Miranda Devine from the New York Post, and she joins us now. Miranda, thank you for taking the time. Admittedly, some of these allegations are hard to track and pinpoint, so I'm just going to give you the opportunity to walk us through how you came in contact with the source. What is the allegation? Miranda Devine. Thanks, Charlie. Well, Gal Luft is an Israeli professor. He was a fixture in the think tank circles in Washington, D .C. for about a decade, and he did business with the same Chinese characters who were paying the Bidens millions of dollars. Gal Luft's think tank had people like the former CIA director James Woolsey, former NSA director Robert McFarlane as senior advisors. He was interviewed on NPR and CBS and so on. He was a legitimate figure. People I've talked to in Washington, D .C. said that he was credible, and so what happened? He gets arrested in February in Cyprus on gun running charges. First I'd ever heard of him. He puts out a tweet, and he says these charges are completely bogus. I've been set up because someone is trying to protect Joe Biden, Jim Biden and Hunter Biden, Jim Biden being Joe Biden's younger brother. And so, of course, that piqued my interest. I got in contact with his lawyer, had an interview with his lawyer who told an intriguing tale, which was that that Gal Luft was about to testify or had been talking anyway to the House Oversight Committee, now run by Republicans. He was going to testify about bribery allegations to do with the Biden family and the Chinese.
Is the Verdict In Trump's Assault Case a Political Hit Job?
"The verdict in Carol the Trump is a right strike verdict to quote Luther on the epistle of James. It doesn't add up to a lawyer, 27 years later when she can't name the year. I just paid no attention to it because it's just so profoundly not corroborate it and they rejected the rape charge, but they accepted the assault charge, but they accept the defamation charge their rejected the rape charge, and they did it in three hours. I just shook my head. So a lot of people think it's just a bogus Manhattan jury. They just think it's a get Trump moment. Whether or not they like Trump, a lot of people think it's a bogus lawsuit. So David, why doesn't the media just report just report that half the country likes Trump and half hates him? Or 40% of the country likes Trump and they don't care about gene Carroll. And they put January 6th aside and they don't blame him for that. Because that's basically the fact pattern. That's just 40% of America that's a 120 million Americans. Yeah, look, I don't have an answer for you in part because I'm not a media reporter, meaning I don't ask these questions of them. I don't really look deep into it. When I try to do, is what I did in Iowa this past weekend. It's just asked questions. And in report, the answers to those questions is fairly and accurately and within context as I can, Trump is this unique figure. I will say as a reporter, I sometimes feel challenged in covering Trump because he will say things, you know, I've covered politicians now for 20 years and they all spin and they all try and make things look a particular way when they don't when they're not a particular way. Trump just happens to be the most brazen among them and then he'll say something is blue when it's white and he just does that.
Migrants Using DoorDash to Survive at the Border
"Check this out. Migrants are actually ordering DoorDash and food deliveries on the Mexican side to get by until we take custody. Also, they believe as the migrants you see here inside this shelter that the U.S. is obligated to hear their asylum claims when title 42 drops on Thursday night. Yeah, so that was the one I was looking for, but that's my bad. I blame me, not the producers on that one. But that's still a great clip. It just shows you how this is a culture that's taking place. And why is it taking place? Because in social media, everyone is suggesting now is the time to come. Now is the time to get here. We're getting a we are going to see the people flood into the country and they're going to be very well fed apparently because they're getting the door dash down there. So what's gone on is that my work is has suggested that the border is not open. The border is secure. Of course, we know that's not true. We saw a record people cross in fiscal year 2022. Up 33% over 2021, which was a record then. We are now at 5 X for fiscal year 22, what we saw in president Trump's last year as president, fiscal year 2020. 5 times. That's acceptable already to apparently the vast majority of people in Washington because they're good with those numbers. Now imagine what's going to happen when we take off this last remaining provision. They keep some sort of semblance of a secure border. So what's being told now is that Biden is going to try to limit the amount of migrants who can claim asylum. This is totally bogus because all they are going to do is just get absorbed in the country for years. And that's scenario is going to play out. Where they're going to try to put down roots here. And they're going to create a scenario where they're allowed to stay. They're going to come up with a rationale so that they're allowed to stay, and who knows it will ever get around to processing them. If we even know they're there at all. We have this thing called sanctuary cities. We have this thing called sanctuary cities in this country, where people are allowed to basically break this law and this one and only law. There's no other law in the country where there is a sanctuary city. Is there one any of them? I don't think there's any. It's just this. This is the only law you're allowed to break and you get sanctuary.
Paul Martino Exposes the Left's Plot to Fabricate a Bullying Epidemic
"Martino joins us who is the chair of back to school Pennsylvania pack. So very powerful story. It's a great story, national review rides, Pennsylvania teachers, activists, concocted bogus LGBTQ bullying epidemic for political gain investigation fines. Paul, welcome to the program. Tell us about this story. Harley, I'm thrilled that you're able to cover this story because what happened in our district is just unbelievable. Once the left lost the school board is the result of their bad COVID policies in 2021, they decided that they would do anything in their power to discredit the current board. They concocted the strategy to make up a fake bullying epidemic. And the report was issued by Duane Morris demonstrating that they actually had a teacher who refused to report incidences of bullying so that he could instead go to the ACLU and complain. We then had one of the own school board members one of the Democrats on the school board then sick the office of civil rights on our district. It is disgraceful behavior and everybody needs to understand that this is what's going on. Yeah, so let's just take a step back. Tell our audience about your activism. Is it true you got over a hundred and 60 school board members elected in Pennsylvania? It's correct. We backed over a 300 candidates primarily in the wake of COVID and the horrible policies that locked down our schools. And so the district that we're referring to was one of the places where we got three new members elected to flip the board majority. And boy, we really pissed them off when we flipped the board majorities. And they decided that they were going to teach us a lesson. And it's disgraceful behavior.
Mike Davis of Article 3 Project Reacts to the Tucker Carlson News
"Joining us that was Mike Davis, Mike Davis is a great man, and I want to get Mike's initial reaction on Tucker Carlson Fox News. Mike, what's your take? It's shocking, you know, Tucker was the biggest personality at Fox News, so it's very shocking that he left, and I don't know that obviously we don't know the details, there could be a lot more that happened behind the scenes than what's been reported, but it's not good for free speech that people, if it has anything to do with this defamation lawsuit by dominion. And it's really bad for free speech in this country if company can sue a news organization based upon accurately reporting what one side alleges and what the other side denies. That's called journalism. And Fox News can afford to pay a $785 million settlement to make this, you know, BS claim go away by dominion, but I don't know if other news organizations can afford that. I don't know if they have the deep pockets that Fox has. And so, you know, the liberals are laughing now about this, but it could very quickly come back and bite them down the road. For example, what if Donald Trump decided to sue CNN and MSNBC for airing the clearly defamatory bogus Russian collusion allegations against Trump? I mean, this is a pretty dangerous path to media as heading down. And it's not good for free speech or free press
PJ Media: Alleged Money Laundering Scam by the Democrats
"Democrats don't want you to know about this Number of excellent columnists have been writing about this and now Kevin Downey Junior at PJ media The Democrats don't want you to read this article about their alleged ginormous money laundering scam Oh Do tell You ready These people are corrupt as hell They want to limit free speech They went undermined freedom of the press They want to put these enormous limits on what you can contribute and then they steal their corrupt public records show some Democrat supporters Appear to have been donating multiple small amounts of money Sometimes dozens of times a day That add up to tens of thousands of dollars Naturally the department of injustice seems to be too busy to look into what's likely a colossal money laundering scheme While the DoJ spends its time chasing terrorist parents who attend school board meetings and mother daughter insurrection teams individual straw donors are apparently unwittingly being used to make thousands of donations every year worth hundreds of thousands of dollars if not more Shocking No no no there's no fraud in these campaigns You don't understand Here's how it works Person makes a donation to a left leaning politician or organization Bogus donors think continue to make donations Sometimes thousands of them using the original donors identity Many of the exploited donors are elderly and or unemployed and have no idea their names and addresses are being used in the bogus donation scam The top so called donor in Arizona supposedly made 18,672 contributions And only three years according to public records
Florida Rep. Byron Donalds Sounds Off on the Trump Arraignment
"Very rarely get to meet anybody in Congress that actually has a background in business and finance. And I know you're a financial adviser before you came to Congress. So we are looking forward to talking to you about that, but real quick. First of all, your reaction to what just happened there with the former president of the United States, being arranged, now facing all of these charges. Any thoughts? It's just bogus. It's foolishness. Frankly, it's reckless. You know, the president's just being put up here because it's political and they just want to get Trump. And it's really unfortunate. I've been saying a lot. You can be for president Trump or against president Trump. You know, those are matters of politics, Americans were allowed to have those disagreements. But when you use the criminal justice system like this to get your political opponent, that's when you really degrade what American values are supposed to be what American justice is supposed to be. It makes us look foolish on the world stage and it's really destructive internally of our country and of our political system.
Reacting to Analysis of Pres. Trump's Press Conference Last Night
"I also want to say this Because I watched the president's remarks from Mar-a-Lago yesterday and he was absolutely righteously indignant and angry and I don't blame him I saw a lot of analysis we didn't see the boisterous joke making Trump like we normally did What joke do you want him to make after what we just saw yesterday Would you be boisterous pal I also saw people say why he looked pretty low energy He looked pretty tired Dude just had to fly up to New York spend the night overnight wake up go get a rain on a complete and total bogus charge Then get back onto and fight the mobs fight the crowds fight hostility get out of a plane fly back down and then deliver a speech In front of every eye in The Rock and it broke the Internet if you were watching this on a streaming device as most people do now You had a pretty lousy connection probably Because I think net neutrality was put to the limit last night As every streaming device in this nation who cares about news and politics and the future of our constitution republic was draining every broadband micro bit from West Palm Beach Florida And he was the man in the center of it with all of those eyes on him worldwide and forgive me if he's not riding a unicycle and juggling for you Of course he was put upon Of course he may have been tired By the way have you seen the disaster we've got sitting in the Oval Office right now And you daresay the trumps lacking a little energy
Mark Levin: We Are Staring Into the Face of Tyranny
"So this is a grave turn I don't know that we will ever come out of this now where precedent has been set at local prosecutors can charge politicians particularly a former president like this It's a completely bogus case I've looked at it backwards and forwards It will probably give inspiration to the Democrat prosecutor in Atlanta and inspiration to the Democrat phony special counsel in Washington D.C. And I just want the audience to know that we are staring in the face of tyranny that the Democrat party is a totalitarian party Donald Trump should never have been criminally investigated by Mueller He should never have been impeached twice He should never have faced these kinds of investigations which are preposterous And so this is a very very serious matter the way this has been done And all this talk about the grand jury has gone for a month obviously that was subterfuge I was a cover up because they knew they were going to bring this whatever this is It's still under seal In order to I guess they did it first quote unquote security reasons But rather than the first president or former president ever indicted I think the headline here and it's a big headline is America has gone has gone tyrannical
"bogus" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I could see hesitating, but I would do it. I'd like a beer right now, but I'm about ten minutes away from having a FYI. Oh, actually, maybe 5 minutes. 5 minutes. 5 minutes away. Fire pit beard? Fire pit beard. We have beer on top. We have Miller lite on tap out there. Who has it better than we do? No one to know. No one. No. Absolutely no wonder. There's no other show that has it better than we do. No. Not levit? Nope. Nope. It doesn't have a better. No. Me doesn't PTI, they're not drinking beers. Definitely not. They're not having fun. Pat McAfee? They're having beers before the show. I don't know. McAfee doesn't look like he's a drinker. I bet AJ hawk can get after it a little bit. I feel like pat McAfee has lived a life. Do you? I do. I get the same. I think he's I don't think he needs artificial enhancement. It just feels like McAfee is McAfee. Yeah, point. We ran into pat McAfee the morning after he retired. Remember he retired and came on our show the next day. He was joining barstool and all that stuff. Me and seat and I think maybe mclovin, but the seat and I were there for there. He was outside the media center. He had been retired for about 14 hours. We saw he's all hyped up by a headband on he's punching me and seat in the shoulders. And I go, hey, man, you're fired up. Because I just tried Adderall. It's the best. Adderall is the best. I couldn't take what I was in the pros. I'll see you guys later. I gotta go. And then he just took off. He was a machine. Don't know if he wants it out there that he was taken Adderall. He talked about it. Joey and Boston, hi, Joe. Hey Dan, how's it going? Good, sir. Got a pie in the face of that for you in the crew. Okay. All right. Well, curve ball the Friday. Baker Mayfield in the bucks to win the NFC south. And just anybody want a piece of Joey in Boston that Tampa baker leads them to the NFC so. And well, how many games does baker play? I think we have to have an over under on how many because Tampa Bay could win, but let's say he has to start 12 games, Joey. Okay. All right, does anybody want a piece of that? The Tampa Bay wins the NFC south and Baker Mayfield junior the third has to play at least 12 games. Well, let's see, last year they won it by going 8 and 9. So it's not exactly a high bar. No, it's not. Panthers, they're rebuilding. The saints should be the favorites. Atlanta. Desmond Ritter, you're not going to win right now. If they would get more Jackson that it's kind of a lukewarm response here, Joey. And I think we're kind of in agreement that Baker Mayfield in Tampa Bay could win that division. But thank you for the offer there. Adam in California. Hi, Adam, what's on your mind? How are you doing, Dan? Adam, first time, long time. One 85, 5 7 and 9 inch hands. Just from Marvin. All right. Hey, I noticed that buffer sticker and I was talking to Tyler and I said, you've got to put that logo. The DP logo and it's not on there. So that's what I did notice. That was just my only thing on there. But that way, you still push your name on there. All right. Well, thank you, Anna. Sometimes you like it where it's just subtle. It's kind of like if you know you know. Yeah. It's part of the feel of it. Yeah, we don't have to put our logo on everything there. Todd, what did I learn today? Toughest play for Clark Kellogg to defend in the NBA, Bernard king. Get to PXG dot com or call 8 four four play PXG, schedule a fitting, I switched to these clubs, and now I love what the accuracy of the distance swings some PXG's and you'll agree nobody makes golf clubs the way they do period. Have a great weekend everybody. Thanks for joining us. We look forward to talking to you on Monday. Leftovers. Or the DMV. Or house cleaning. Or chamber casino always brings the fun. Play over a hundred different games online for free from anywhere. You could redeem some serious prizes. Live the chumba life. Hey everyone, it's Cassidy Hubbard from ESPN. I'm Nicaragua, a sports broadcaster here in Manila. Together, we have a new podcast we can't wait to share with you. Hoops Paradise, the Philippines love of the game. You know, there's religion, there's politics, and there's basketball. And those are the three things you talk about in the Philippines. Listen to hoops Paradise, the Philippines love of the game, on the iHeartRadio app. Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Monday night on Fox, the 2023 I heart radio music awards, live from the shrine auditorium in Los Angeles, celebrate the songs and artists you loved over the past year, hosted by Lenny Kravitz, with innovator award recipient, Taylor swift, featuring performances by icon award recipient pink, Coldplay. Kelly Clarkson, a special appearance by LL cool J Keith urban. Pat benatar and Neil giraldo. Lano, money long. Cody Johnson and more. Don't miss the biggest stars from every genre of music. The 2020 three iHeartRadio music awards. Monday, march 27th at 8 7 central. Watch live on Fox.
"bogus" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Operation. Cops had spent more than a year following his every move because they believed Derek white was a major figure in an international criminal organization. He was the front man, if you will, for the organized crime slash hells angels. Well, see, that's one thing that did and really do their homework. Now, Derek's fighting his charges in court, his defense relies on his rights as a native person, and the craziest thing he might actually have a case. It's not only my fight, it's the whole nation's fight. From campsite media and Dan Patrick productions, this is running smoke. Binge all episodes now on the iHeartRadio app, Apple podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts. Monday night on Fox, the 2023 iHeartRadio music awards, live from the shrine auditorium in Los Angeles, celebrate the songs and artists you loved over the past year, hosted by Lenny Kravitz, with innovator award recipient, Taylor Swift, featuring performances by icon award recipient pink, Coldplay. Kelly Clarkson, a special appearance by LL Cool J Keith urban. Pat benatar and Neil giraldo. Lotto, money long. Cody Johnson and more. Don't miss the biggest stars from every genre of music. The 20 23 iHeartRadio music awards. Monday, march 27th at 8 7 central. Watch live on Fox. We'll close up shot. Last call for phone calls. What we learned what's in store for Monday here on the program. This stained sports history, Pauly. Sorry about that, one got a couple of them. 2005, the NHL canceled this draft due to a 6 month player lockout. Mario Lemieux in 92 scored his 100th 1000th career point in his 513th game, second fastest player all time to do that. I'm not gonna give you any clues of who the fastest one. 'cause you'll never get it. 1975, Dan, Muhammad Ali knocked out chuck wepner, the Bayonne bleeder in the 15th round to retain the world heavyweight title. In the crowd that night was actor, Sylvester Stallone. Just alone, and he wrote rocky after that. There it is. I interviewed chuck wepner one time. And you couldn't help but look at all the scar tissue. Around his eyes. And that he was, he was a guy from Bayonne, New Jersey, and when your nicknames the Bayonne bleeder, that's not a good thing. Of all the nicknames when you go, oh, what's your nickname? The Bayou bleeder. Oh. I'm guessing we know how your career ends up. But he was a really nice guy. And then you find out that Sylvester Stallone based rocky off chuck wepner. On this day, in 1980, Louisville wins the first championship in the school's history as Louisville beach UCLA, Daryl Griffith, doctor Duncan Stein. I love that poster. I think we might have that poster in the back. I think it's in the office, yeah. Yeah, back in the office with doctor Dunkin Stein. Christian laettner beat the Yukon overtime buzzer beater in 1990. Florida golf coast beat San Diego state to become the first 15 seed to reach the sweet 16 and on this date in 2019, this baseball player signed a 12 year extension. 2019 signed a 12 year extension. I feel like we're just talking about this. It was for 426 and a half $1 million. Yeah, Pauline. Bryce Harper? Nope. Mike Trout? Bryce Harper's numbers aren't terrible. Wow. Four 26 and a half. That's not good. That's 12 years. Wow, a lot of cases. Yes, it is. For 80 wins. 82 and a half is the over under. And I'm going over. I'm going to 83. 83 wins for the angels. Let's see. Phil and West Virginia. Hi Phil, what's on your mind today? Hey, Dan, hey, boys. Happy Friday. Thanks for taking my call. Sure. Hey, I got a preemptive best and worst of the weekend for you if that's okay. Okay. Worst of the weekend. So tomorrow is the D two men's basketball finals. You've got west liberty West Virginia versus nova southeastern in Florida. The charter buses that we're taking our alumni foundation out there canceled about a half an hour before they were scheduled to pick us up. So it left us with our hands in our pockets on that one. To take us to the game. But a little cool sports factoid for the D two enthusiasts out there. The coach of nova southeastern was the coach at west liberty for years and years before he moved to Florida and the coach of west liberty now Ben howlett played for Jim crutchfield when Jim coached at west liberty. So tomorrow's men's national finals is a little bit of a teacher versus pupil kind of a thing. Awesome. Well, thank you, Phil. Sorry about the travel issues, Mike and main. Hi, Mike, what's on your mind today? Hello, gentlemen. How are we doing today? Great, Mike. Great. So, Dan, I was a reminiscing. Your love for Top Gun and I have some relation that is an actual pilot. And he was telling me about how to get their names. And they don't get them, it's not all cool like the movies. The only person who is a group that got a nickname was a guy named new dak, because he went on a training run. He forgot to load the camera, so when he got back, the commanding officer said, boy, you're not Kodak, you're new dad. Okay. Being said, I have nicknames for all you guys based on the traits. All right. Left to right, we got Fritz E call sign molars. And I think we all know why? On the right, yes, we can call sign scarecrow because he likes to wear flannels. And then in the front row, we got Marvin who I call mister cool. He's reminds me of a friend from college who went by the nickname, his initials were AC, so AC, and then to the left, we had the douche canoe. It looked good on the side of a plane. It will. Still be on the side of a plane. I'll take it. That's fine. A douche canoe? Yeah. You could be my wingman any day. That was the original name of maverick's character. People don't know that. Brandon, and by the way, we're coming up with bumper stickers. We're gonna sell bumper stickers on the site, suck it front row and suck it back row. And then we're hoping that we can get those bumper stickers in all 50 states. We'll let you know when we we already have a mock up of them. I always get the biggest kick out of seeing a T-shirt in the wild or when somebody will be on vacation or something like, hey, look, they're wearing this T-shirt from the show or whatever. So I imagine the bumper stickers would be pretty hilarious too. Okay. Brandon, in Ohio, hi Brandon, what's on your mind? Hey, morning guys. I just had a quick mock headline. If I could for the games last night, Fred, this is in honor of you and one of your great stories, but damn three seats. Move on to the elite 8. It's solid. How about that? Sam three seed. I like it. Case state moves on the elite 8. Final results of the poll question today. Dan turns out not many people are getting a beer if you're out to an important dinner. Have you had a beer with one of your bosses before when you've gone out to dinner? And that doesn't include me. Yes, both. Not at the start of the process. Like if I was being interviewed at ESPN and they took us out, I would, I could see hesitating. But I would have though. Didn't you say you would get a beer if you were a quarterback out with a team? No, I'm saying, I could see hesitating, but I would. Like if I was out with my proposed boss at ESPN and they would take them out to dinner. But you've been saying you would have a beer if you're will levis. And I'm saying I'm still doing it. I would still do it. I always do it if I was out with my boss. Oh, yes. Well, you said later in the process. No, I said
"bogus" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"She has nothing ever to do with regards to any of the scandal that is always around her. She, I mean, now you have the new deal listen. The Buffalo Bill stadium that has to get replaced. I mean, that is one thing that we are all in agreement on. But the way that you do it, where it's like the 11th hour to minute before the budget is due. And you're just going to drop it, and you're going to have your husband as the general counsel of the vendor. Of Bill stadium and not be building real firewalls in a negotiation. She shouldn't have been running point in that negotiation if her husband is the general counsel of Delaware north. But she is always completely oblivious to every scandal ever. And it is going to catch up to her fast. I mean, could you imagine Lee I own an insurance agency, right? Could you imagine if any time something went wrong, I just as the owner said, oh, I apologize about that. I didn't see it. Oh, my fault. I should have been paying attention, but I wasn't. I'd be my company would be closed, right? When we type of stuff like this with a well-known governor of New York, how can she get away with that when people like me would either be thrown in jail or my company's close down for good? Yeah, it's the Hillary Clinton Hunter Biden exception to the scales of justice. It's etched in stone outside of the Department of Justice when law ends tyranny begins and based on last name power who you know, people are, you know, while one person might get hauled in front of a judge because they made a right hand turn on red today, you know, someone else is able to get away with all of the scandal that they're surrounded by and it's just, it's a sad reality of where we are at, but fortunately New York voters get the ultimate justice settle in the score at the ballot box. Okay, that is congressman Lee zeldin. Thank you so much for joining us. And for the record, your lieutenant governor candidate is a New York City police officer who will fund police. And we certainly look forward to you being our next governor. Thank you so much so much for joining us. Greatly appreciate it. Thanks guys. Take care. All right. There you have it. Liz Eldon, congressman, and I believe our next governor. I tell you, I hope so, because it's just, I actually did I called into a radio show out west on Friday night and they were asking about New York. And I'm like, look, it looks like we have a chance. And that means a lot because if it goes the wrong way, I'm scared to know what the next four, 8, whatever years looks like here. Well, I remember talking about being a former reporter. And when I first started in Syracuse, it was when George pataki ran for governor. And it was the early 90s. I'm not kidding. It would be yours truly with a camera. Hold it on a microphone and just George pataki. That was it. Nobody gave this guy a chance. Nobody, even the polling before election day. I remember, I think it was a New York Daily News or newsday somewhere in New York City said that he was going to lose by 12 percentage points..
"bogus" Discussed on The Financial Guys
"Today. We have a special guest here coming up shortly Lee zeldin running for governor New York. That'll be fun to talk to him and pick his brain a little bit. And then we have clips on clips on clips today. It's going to be interesting. If you're conservative, your head is going to explode if you're awoke radical progressive. You're going to say, right eye. But we're exposing them for basically what a joke it is in this country. And I think the biggest one that's taking a national stage is this ministry of truth that President Biden wants to implement and the Department of Homeland Security. I mean, my family fled a communist regime. They'd be proud at the fact that now the government wants to dictate free speech. I mean, the crazy thing to me is, and I'm not like a conspiracy theory guy by any stretch, but I mean, it's amazing you go from, okay, we just lost Twitter to we need a ministry of truth to what was it two days later. You'll lose your, I guess we'll call it your woke social media network. And then you go to two days later, like, no, no worries. We're okay. We'll just create a ministry of truth. It almost sounds fake. Is what it sounds like. I thought it was a joke when I first heard it. And then even scarier and we're going to play this a little later for you in our podcast is the crackpot who is going to be basically running this department for the Department of Homeland Security and how she took a basically a Mary Poppins tune and wrote some woke lyrics to it and then saying it and it is going all over the interwebs. And again, I go back to what do these people, we know what they want, right? It's got to be power and control. That's all. I mean, you can't make videos like that video or talk seriously like these people are talking like, oh, you know, I saw this weekend. She's super qualified. Qualified for what? For shutting down free speech, apparently. I don't know what you're qualified for. You're qualified to take control of our lives for us. I think we can handle that, but now we need you to do it for us. But look, I have a singing voice that scares small children. But even if I could sing or melt a tune, I would not, in any way, shape or form. Basically recreate a show tune. And then make it hyper partisan and political tape a video of it and then blast it all over the Internet. I think that's insane to begin with. Let alone someone who wants to run a department in the Department of Homeland Security. What cracks me up with the left is and this isn't the first singing video we've seen on somebody from the left through these come out quite a bit, especially you'll see my lips at TikTok all the time. They're serious about it too. Like they're not making a song to be like a comedy show. They're dead serious. What they're thinking about and what they're parading around about. They're not kidding around them, which makes it even worse. But even with people with lives and whose married and with kids and who work for a living, I mean, I'm ready to set myself on fire with four children, a job to begin with, podcast, things that we do. I don't have time to just write show tunes about what I believe in..
"bogus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Jim Rome. Join me in the jungle of your phone calls and the biggest names in sports stop by weekdays, noon until three Eastern nine to noon Pacific. So what's eating you people are getting the level lean and drive the speed limit. Try the NFL trash My ex girlfriend. You want me to Trish that trash Tuesday, my favorite day of the week? Not for nothing time to vent. We take it out like the trash. It's trash Tuesday, which means we want your trash is here on the show Hit me up on Twitter. D a on CBS. Send me your trash is also on the phones at 855 to 1 to 4 to 27 Marie's lead us off. Who are you Trashing. This is sort of an annual trash, but it's happening again on this weekend D A. I am trashing anybody this weekend and there were many that texted me because I work in sports radio for fantasy football advice at their draft. If I get one more screenshot of your rush there one more Hey, I'm in the sixth round. This is who's left. Who do you think I should pick? I am going to snap. Look, we all watch football. We all understand Football. Yes, we sometimes in sports writer get engulfed in way more football than others. That doesn't mean I know the difference in your PPR leagues here to quarterback league. How the draft boards unfolding. How did your roster look the same as everybody's roster? Looks on Fantasy football weekend? Fine. It looks good. What do you want me to Eddie? Er, stop asking me for fantasy football advice and just leave me alone. Trash. Oh, break out the hazmat suit. This was the weekend for fantasy football drafts. They were all over all over everywhere. People had it ready to go. So if you have your draft coming up this week, make sure you tweet at more as or text more. As for advice, who you should draft can't take it anymore. Andrew Bogus. Who are you? Trashing D a once again the trip to Lincoln for Fordham. Nebraska was amazing. But it does produce my trash today. Very, very confusing. Maybe it could have done some research and figure this out. But who cares about that? Both on Friday night at dinner, And then Saturday morning at the stadium itself, people in our group wanted coffee. I wanted milk with their coffee. And there was no milk to be had at the restaurant and at the stadium and even asking for milk for coffee seemed to be a rare question. In these parts. I'm in Nebraska. We should be swimming and coffee and milk and cream and other dairy products, but milk could not be had for coffee. What's going on in Lincoln, Nebraska? That people don't put milk in their coffee. Wow, no milk in the Midwest. That's a rarity. Trash household waste goes in this bin Did you have a better meal that that could Could rectify that The meal was fantastic, but the but the ensuing conversation of we don't have milk. And then what people? A guy resorted to actually taking a spoonful of vanilla ice cream and dropping it in his coffee to substitute milk, Because I guess there was cream that wasn't good enough. So he went vanilla ice cream in lieu of milk because no one had milk. I don't I don't understand how milk and coffee seemed to be so perplexing to the two places we tried to eat in Lincoln, Nebraska. So what do they put in their coffee? Corn beef? What are they putting in? Yeah, just doing a little Steak, a little raw meat to tap that temporary or coffee, Pete the body. Who are you trashing. I am trashing something that is accepted in our society these days should not be When you make an appointment and the place that you're going to insists on, you make an appointment and you're still waiting for an hour. That is totally ridiculous. Is this dinner plan? This is no. This wasn't dinner plans. This was a doctor's appointment had to kowtow. So I go to this doctor's appointment and they insist you must make your appointment online. You must make your you must book an appointment. So you can get in fast. I'm waiting there for an hour and and all sorts of excuses. Come out while this person had took too long, this.
"bogus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"The best best players and anyone who can be financially positive for the programs? I will buy. Yes, I think by the entire landscape is going to change and I think that and we discussed this with Jeff Goodman yesterday on on the Jim Roam show in Rome. The ability for a billionaire or multi millionaire booster. To legally within the framework of what the N C double allows. Give Joe Smith, the quarterback of the point guard of the center. $10 million in N I l money to be the face of his tech company or his car dealership or whatever in LA or New York or Lexington is going to be real. And so I think boozers are gonna have a lot more power and things And then they used to Matt Essick. Thank you so much. No problem, Andrew. Bogus. Hello. Welcome. Welcome back bogus. I'm happy to be here, Bill. Thanks for saying that. Give me a little bit of Americana. Give me a little I worked yesterday. Sunday was a travel day We came back from Tahoe, which was awesome. But like a billion hour delay at the Reno airport, which is super fun, glad that that that they turned the air conditioning basically off of the Reno airport. That was nice of them, so I could have a sauna at the same time, but my kids were asking when we're gonna get home. Didn't quite have the July 4th festivities that maybe you did. What happened to the bogus house? What, like little Budweiser Little little burgers? What was the move? Well, thankfully, our neighbors across the street have a huge annual Fourth of July party predates us living here. It used to include multiple houses, because, but those folks have moved away and now it's just one house of relative mayhem. So I've got the shortest commute. I have delicious food, plenty of things to drink. The kids are in the pool all day. There's fireworks down the block. It's It's a pretty good setup here. Do you have an American flag out? Did you get you break out the American flags? So we do not own an American flag. But some company around here puts little mini flags in the front lawn every year, the night before. So when you wake up to that now, bogus rumor has that people are starting to make their way back in the office at CBS Sports Radio, and that New York City is coming back to life. And I will be in New York City for 1 to 2 weeks starting on Friday, So I just want to pencil you in. How many nights are we? How many nights you come to the city? First to hang out like four? When I mean, you tell you tell me. How many are you free? I'll be there Saturday, Friday and Saturday night are really good for me. Mhm. Let's do it. Okay. Good. That was a painful balls, but I will be around next week. You know, I don't I don't think we've actually met in person since I moved into this time slot and got to work with you. We? We have not met since your first soiree with the network. We've never met. Only when you used to work like at six, P.m. and the T V show a very briefly met. Then I would knowledge you and not know who you were. I'd be like I think that's bogus. But I'm not sure because he's surrounded by a bunch of Bunch of their fans or agents or what? The entourage. It was weird Rogers. We were, but yes, that's how it went. You nodded confusingly. Yes, that's how it went. And there are people like, Please, please, Please leave a baby alone I saw assumed was Andrew, But I wasn't sure What a b Please just step back. Let your little closed baby. We've scaled back that operation by the way, so we're good. Now we've scaled back a lot of operations all over America. All right, so let's I'm very excited about the update. I'm going to I'm going to anticipate some hockey. Some tennis some soccer some baseball into member to I like where you're going. It's all sponsored by credit Karma Money, go to creditkarma dot com slash win money to sign up for free and start winning instant karma. That's creditkarma dot com slash win money. 64 points from Chris Middleton 60 from drew holiday over the last two games without Yanez to close out the Hawks and bring the box to the NBA Finals, which begins tonight in Phoenix, Middleton says they'll keep surviving as a group I'm gonna ride them to. I mean, I think we are, you know, having to shut his back out there. Um, you know Jews been fantastic. Um, Yana says when he's been out there, Um, Brooke, Bobby Pat, I go down the line P. J. Tucker. We all use each other out there. We all need each honest and his hyper extended left knee are doubtful for Game one tip off his shortly after six local time in Phoenix, the Stanley Cup final is going at least five games, the Canadians avoiding a sweep with a 32 OT win over the Lightning last night. Josh Anderson scored the game where his second of the night teammate Brendan Gallagher, though not exhaling just yet. We're definitely aware of the challenge, but every every little bit of adversity we face this year we've handled well, you know, we got through tonight, but we can't can't really afford and enjoy for too long move onto the next one and do the same thing. Help Montreal that Tampa Bay has not lost back to back games this postseason or the last one Game five in Florida tomorrow night. The Rays scored twice in the ninth to be Cleveland last night, 98. They are not playing this evening in Tampa Bay because of Tropical Storm Elsa a doubleheader tomorrow. Instead, the Red Sox held off the Angels last night. 54 and Max Kepler went deep twice in the Twins 85 win over the White Sox. The Marlins snapped the Dodgers nine game win streak. 54 the Nat sound score the Padres 75. The Mets beat the Brewers 42 and the Phillies smoked the Cubs 13 3, extending Chicago's losing streak. To 10 games. Second seeded Arena. South Alenka number eight. 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We didn't necessarily monitor some devices the way that we should have. What is the earliest that you think would be appropriate for a son or daughter to watch? Wedding Crashers. Oh, at age. I mean not, um, maybe you're our kids ages combines minor 10 and seven So maybe 17 maybe a little before that, but no, There's way too much going on there. So I have a bad baseball team and I'm a bad parent and we got there. And that's that's okay at Andrew. Bogus on Twitter. Oh, I'm sorry to my Children and well, let's do this. Let's let's listen to Aaron Rodgers and tried to CERN. What the take away is from his latest comments on his off season next year on CBS Sports Radio. 50 years ago, American Home Shield founded the Home Service plan industry to give people a break. When stuff around the house well breaks down. We help cover the cost to repair or replace parts of over 20 home systems and appliances when they wear out, no matter how old they are now, to celebrate.
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"Exactly like howard hawks titan movies and everything but I thought it was really good and know my thoughts were in. I've already said this. But this is what i wrote down. I really liked this movie. And it makes me sad not just because of the ending but because antonio chin is dead we already talked about. It's not really a scary film to your point of has identity crisis but it does have a couple of jumped moments and a couple of tense moments attention but it still really good i it. Four ham lavar nice. So i'm right there with you in both of these movies. I'm actually. I'm a little bit little higher a little higher than you. I do like both of these movies. I think odd. Thomas is a movie that i would watch more often. Yes johnson is at the end. I the day officer. So i watched it during the day and when my wife got home i was like i wish i had waited because i actually think would have really liked this movie. Yeah so you have to watch it with her and see what she thinks. I think it's a more of a movie that it's easier to understand. Oh such shitty job of describing movies. We'll go off on tangents. And everything. But i i think of the two. It's a better film which is weird that it didn't make as much money agreed. Yeah but it is weird that the budget was so high. Yeah lake where did that. Go to not sure the special effects. It couldn't have passed down much. No i mean like all the ghosts and stuff in the bodak hooligan cool other than explosion at the end but it didn't look like twenty seven million. No yeah weird. It is weird and you can do that kind of special. I mean not you. I do it love me could go like some. I don't know some schools hardly school. Yeah just be like goes to school..
"bogus" Discussed on The Swearwolves
"And you seem merely. Oh that's what you look like and usually like schlub. Almost always film like podcasts. Does exactly i think everyone just imagine does is very very handsome guy Yeah i look couple of the is over here anyway. So that's the end of the movie pretty much and then there's like the credit start rolling looking weird ending. It's like just abrupt like that. And then the credits start rolling. And we see john and david lee playing basketball basketball and then a time portal opens up and they go through it and it's these guys are like oh you've come to save us and they're like yeah we come to save you some great not at all enthused and they're like well we gotta go get some weapons but we'll be right back and they're like okay and we gotta go back to our dimension who can write back and then they're pretty much just blow them off. Yeah fuck get really all this being said like this is really weird and again. Forgive us for just like not making any sense because the movie doesn't lend itself to like description. No i will say this. I really enjoy this movie. yeah i like to. It's the second time. I've watched the movie. And i i would probably watch it again in the future past fuck. Oh god shouldn't have taken a really injected soya sauce in my buddy sodium and as i really enjoy this movie and i think that people should watch this movie. Is it a horror movie. I think there's horror elements like there's monsters. There's a weird shit that happens. There's there's violence there's gore drugs. It's like all the things a good horror movie. But i i think it's it's not a movie for everyone because it's not like you can just sit down. No it's trippy and pay using. Yeah all that being said. I think it's really good. I would give it three and a half. Okay heads probably because i think it's a really well made film. It's really well acted film. I really like the john character. I thought he was awesome. And the david character. I thought those actors did a really good job They played off each other..
"bogus" Discussed on The Swearwolves
"And john dies. Yeah yeah while. They're questioning dave. He tells them like your friend. He's dead he's dead. And but then. Dave like escapes and gets a phone call john john like what john had even said prior to this he's like i made eight phone calls like a bunch of phone calls so you're probably going to receive phone calls for me in the future and he's like that doesn't make any sense. It does yeah and he also tells him because there's a cop. That's in the room with dave before he escapes news. That's not even a cop. He's not even there check the reflection. Yeah and then that thing attacks yes and his mustache flies off he says. Can it hurt me. And he's like. Oh yeah. I can hurt you. They proceed to get into fighting mustache. Rips often flies at him like a bat. It's weird anyway. John gets out and he's talking to him on the phone and then he realizes this phone is broken. These like this phone shouldn't even be working. And he's like go by a hours. He's all right so buys a worst and then he puts the brought up to his ear. Phone like a banana phone and he could hear him through that so he's not really needing the phone he can here because the soy sauce. Yes connecting them. John kind of guides him on the phone to wear bob marley's house yeah and he goes there and he takes more soy sauce and he sees a video like on his tv of of himself of dave getting shot by that cop yup and say oh shit yeah so he takes the soy sauce and then all of a sudden the cop the detective shows up and does shoot him but john time troubles when he takes the soya sauce. Yeah and he. He goes all the way back to in. The bullet was manufactured and messes with it. Yeah and causes the bullet that shoots him to not of the fact him yeah. I don't know if that would work. I don't know how like a projectile like you like even if it's still it would hurt like you. Just ask like actors have been shot. Accidentally died like while filming a movie like with blanks and stuff like like the crow brandon lee brandon lee. Yeah like that's fucked up. Yeah consider the crowell horror movie another movie. Yeah i would say no. But i do like that movie. I have on the cost for sure. I haven't seen them movie. I remember i love the soundtrack. Centrex motassedeq good songs on the band's back from back then Nine inch nails is on there right. Yeah they do cover. Violent films are on there. St on there. I don't know i remember. I used to listen to that. Soundtrack called medicine. There was a good soundtrack. Yeah i used to listen to it a lot. Let's listen to that okay. Yeah bs so he goes back in time and you affects the bullet so that it doesn't hurt him. Yeah then the cop leaves and john still. David still alive so keeps going to burn the house down. Yeah well he started on fire but yeah david wakes up and he gets out of there and he gets saved because the dog drives drives the car. The car again. It's really weird. John was like he like took over the dog. I think right. I guess listen. There's a lot of this stuff..
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"Will soar podcast. The podcast that discusses all things. Or i'm brett. I'm david he doing buddy. I listen to the episodes like when they come out just to see how they sound. You listen to them because you edit them. Yeah so i'm sure by the time they drop. You're just like i've heard there's a house here but i listen to him every week. I'm like i always get pissed off of myself. Because i'm always like wasn't this david. Yes nothing to say. We have similar criticisms of myself. Say something say something interesting bit now week after week after week. We nothing interesting. Say like nothing's happened. The people that listen to this podcast they like listen dumb asses like really honestly you could probably we don't even have to do the intro anymore. Because the has the same every time. It's always like welcome to this. Podcast pakistan discusses all things around brett. David david yeah and then and then like at. That's when you cut into the cut really obvious and yeah just jump right into the movie but make it fast forward dick jokes arts and stuff and then maybe be demon lord there you go. It's been a while it's been it's been. It's been awhile since. I've seen these movies. We're gonna talk about today. I've saw i saw both of these movies. I've only seen one and only like half paid attention boy. Now you've seen both there you go have. I watched but you know i was thinking about. I don't know why i was thinking about these movies but in my head i was like i need when i need to find some movies that we maybe normally wouldn't review 'cause we do obviously horror movies right. We're a horror movie podcast. We review horror movies. And these are on the cusp. I would say sci-fi fantasy. yeah. I don't even yeah i would say that there's horror elements e. Oh yeah in the pressure but to kind of on the fringe. They're very fringe. And for some reason. I always associate these movies together. I think because. I saw them right around the same time. They both came out right around the same time and they both have names of guys in the title as i was watching. Thomas is like why did he pair these movies. And then Out yeah well. They have more in common than they do. Yeah there's some connection. They do very similar to both based off of novels so they put mostly because it's john dies at the end and odd thomas. It's like two guys names. Like i could have picked john wick. John this john thomas. Isn't that a penis. Isn't that like just lift up. John towns. I've never heard that. I just remember went for physical. Take out a johnstown. Doctor calls it my odd thomas..
"bogus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Radio. Welcome back to the show. I don't think we have a live programming alert yet. We're effort in it because I'm the only person radio who's dumb enough to do it on a regular basis. You know what you're doing? The radio Decide to some right. No, don't do this. I did. I want to talk to you about about Brady and how he has basically broken the NFL matrix. But The executive producer producer Underscore Tom Tom DiBenedetto. I don't think I mentioned name today cause I'm a bad guy, not bag. I've been off other stuff going on proves underscore. Tom had a better idea, which is just open the show that tomorrow. I'm excited about this topic. We need more space long tease your space. He really has and I'll just lay this out there. It's one thing if you're additional, Watson, right, like I am tired of this ridiculous organization. Russell Wilson. Who was coached by Pete Carroll. In an organization that made him the focal point and moved on correctly from the Legion of Boom When there's a schism, that locker room that has won a Super Bowl made too. Tom Brady. Has destroyed everyone I was sitting here. Helen Tom Haverstraw a few minutes ago, the money that I caused myself. Not win that bet. And it's retrospect. But Tom said it again and again and again. I rode Brady the whole playoffs, and I was I was just like you are not you. But many people are dumb for you're gonna take Erin rot you got and I made the exact same mistake. Pathetic moms. You idiots. You group thinkers can't think you're Patrick. My homes will win it all by 40 out, teased and minus 15 Tom Brady. Tom. I think movies from Tom Brady. You heard so good. It's so brutal. He's so talented and you got poor bogus over here. Mean bullish hates this man. And he's just going to keep winning Super Bowls for the next four years. Are you Are you You okay with like, you're just gonna give up football the next five years because he ain't retire until he's 50. Well, there's that, and he keeps doing things that would make me like him Under normal circumstances. Like the Grand Commercial's funny The Tweet about avocado tequila yesterday was funny as he was drunkenly taken back home like You know, I just He doesn't make it. He doesn't make it easy to just simply dislike him like he's trying to win me over. At least from a personal standpoint off the field. And every once in a while, I have a moment of weakness. And like, maybe he's not that bad. Then he was the suitable again, remember? Yes, he is that bad and we're back to disliking him. Make two observations and you can You can decide what you think applies. Okay. Okay. Observation one. Often highly successful. Ambitious people are misunderstood and miss like is, people don't know them. And two The devil is real charming. The actual devil. His charmer. No, I'm not relating him to the devil. I'm just looking observations Bogus if you are. I mean, don't you think the double Comptel a joke? That's a new thing Now, I guess when people interviewed for jobs What people do What interviewers do it now tell me a joke. Tell me a funny joke Like I know. Terrible, right? I should never be unemployed. Who was there? That question? That's my joke. Your question is the joke. I'm about the devil could roll in and be like I don't know what the devil looks like, probably like Brad Pitt, but younger Or Tom Brady. It's almost an golden skin, well hydrated, flexible champion football player that kind of that kind of thing. Yeah, so it could go. Either way, I'm gonna err on the side of I think he's probably There is a nice guy. The thing is all the narratives and I'm with you, by the way, but everything's likable. I mean, the guy was drafted in the sixth round, right was overlooked. I mean, Bill Belichick went from being the greatest coach of all time. If there's somewhere between but to the bully didn't appreciate Tom's Greatness. I mean, The grand commercials. Amazing. It's amazing. Yeah, he's running a halfway house for Antonio Brown and his property, too willing to make sure Brown's days someone a straight line while he's a buccaneer mean there's that makes me here to make sure that there's a lot going on. Yeah, that's in the other problem. Yeah, that's in the other column. Don't make those jokes lightly. Laurie always lacked like I can't have three numbers of six. And if I ever got there was a house that was for sale. We live in two more in Iowa, that lorry like really liked and like I went there. And it was in our price range was amazing, Like maybe. And then I saw the house number and no, I won't live here. She's she? I'm like, I'm not living in 666. Whatever Pleasantville Street. Like if I ever get a license of that decision, I'm not doing it right. So I don't know you can't you know? I ain't I ain't making that joke lightly. I'm just saying Is he a great guy? Or if I've been misled by the charm? I can't Want to hate him, too. And it's going away. I can feel it slipping away Bogus. No, no, no. Hold on tight. Hold on, tight to the timeto like him is seven years post playing career. When he's like, you know, maybe he ages a tiny little bit and all we have to. We'll have to worry about is, you know, commercial here there, we could just watch him play with his kids. You know, Coach somebody's Pop Warner football. But as long as he's playing That you cannot soft on here. You cannot do what you need to stay strong and put all of your mojo away from him behind against him. He's like the way it used to be for president. I'm not sure that's still true. Remember? You know, you didn't have to, like Bill Clinton politics you have like George Bush's politics, But when they all of a sudden they were retired all shucks. That's the former president. Jesus, right? Not sure that still applies. I mean, not only general sense just or maybe a very general sense, but I'm just saying, like, you know, the world is changing place, but my point being in the old times, and that was the way that it went. Maybe That's how it works. For Tom Brady, also known as an Ugly George short interview. George H. W. Bush's presidency also know I'm pretty sure when Tom Brady was still in the league, I don't have the math in front of me. In a minute. We appreciate pretty had a Reagan hat in his locker at some point through right all evidence points to Yes, But you're all saying this. Those guys are all still Mr President. Right for perpetuity. You're still president. Blah, blah, blah. He can stay, Mr Super Bowl champ. Whatever you want. We can call it whatever you want Honorary title after he's playing on Lee then is the time to soften here otherwise. Be strong, Be tough and Route four of the Falcons. I don't know who cannot be realized while choke hold.
"bogus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Really, I didn't hear this. Oh, yeah, is, uh, they got on a Quinn's but a little bit for anti military but he came out really real quick. And that was really brushed under the rug real quick. Uh, but, you know, one major thing. The reason I mentioned the covert thing real quick and everything like that. We don't know right now. Because I started out I wouldn't get off. Watch it all because I had lost him, brother because Was military service. But I thought about what he would say he would say, Don't be stupid. Watch the stupid gay that I'm pretty sure it's what do you say? But But I ended up I think there was a big backlog. I think it's a matter of the owners going to the players without saying so, in saying Hey, money talks and Bs walks. You know, Mike, I don't know how you feel. But I don't know if they would be filling stadiums right now. Even without proven there's enough people that the BLM thing tick so many people off, I might be wrong. But I don't know that there's enough people like me that I wouldn't pay too good. Okay, great. Guess what? You're not wrong. You're not wrong, and figures don't lie. The ratings. The TV ratings for the NFL last year sucked and a lot of people lost money. And, you know, and use mentioned BLM. I don't want to watch a sporting event where they're singing the praises of a group that advocates For violence and killing a police officer's crew. That fact is the fact that you and I rolled it up to know that it's mark suspect that's communism and Unfortunately, I think the 50 and other group just is not aware of just how vile socialism and communism really is. They're not. You're right. You're right again. They're not. And guess why That's because they're leftist. Liberal, Progressive. Whatever you wanna call him, teachers. Are indoctrinating them. They're not going to say anything bad about communism or socialism on exactly that's the tragedy. It is. It is bought to thank you for that call. That was a really good call. He's so right about that. He's so right on so many fronts our kids now and it begins in grade school now used to be You know, college than high school Now they started grade school. They're not gonna these teachers then, of course, there are exceptions. I think the Catholic schools are better, but they're not going to tell kids that. Hey, you know socialism. Come on, You know people die because of socialism. You know Germany, Nazism was national Socialism. They're just not going to get that. And that's why it's up to parents to make sure that they keep an eye on what their kids are being taught any way too much of me. Not enough of you guys. How about Berry in Miamisburg? How you doing, Barry? Great. I came up with the second comment while I was waiting. I love this. My first comment is After Biden won the election at the beginning of the year. A buddy of mine owns the bookstore. I had him send him Coffee of 1984. This isn't the Boy Scout handbook on the inside. That's good. That's really good. You know what And I do think I cheated. Read the Cliff notes. I should go back and read the book. My second comment is The best way that killed it. Colin Capper, Nic, Nip it in the bud. Go ahead and met in him. Whenever one of the quarterback You know those? The pick six. Or Miss Dixie got past. You know, because that's what Kaepernick was doing its left bull. You're right about that. I think he started out pretty good but didn't end up that way or some NFL team. What? Depicting You know one Kaepernick tried to have that bogus Um, field day. Yeah, I remember that. That's the guy he was going to. More than they were looking at him because now he had more talent. And you know the other thing about Kaepernick and I don't have the figures in front of me. I had I'm not too long ago That dude has become a very wealthy man. Because of all this stuff. He's making more money now from Nike and other sources that he ever made or could have made as a mediocre quarterback. So what's he complaining about? Well. One thing I will give him credit for I don't have the numbers in front of me. Apparently, he is big time donor to charities. That's good. I mean, that's good. I just wonder if it's not be L Amour and TIFA. But no, that's good and kudos to him for that. I agree. All right. Y'all have a nice day and be careful. Okay. All right. Thanks. Very Yeah. I didn't know that about him. But I guess you know what I'd be interested in is what charities are there, and I don't mean to beat up on him. I mean, I don't know anything about him other than where he stands, but enough Enough of the victim Hood for Colin Kaepernick. He's sitting pretty good right now. So it's just kind of hard to feel sorry for him. Let me get to Jack in Fairfield Township. Morning, Jack. Hey, morning, Mike. Hope you're doing well. I knew you had some problems, but, uh, I'm healing up and I'm actually walking on my own power. Hey, that's great. That's great. Glad to hear so. Hey, listen, you you started out your comments by you, You might turn the Super Bowl off if they try to inject the you know political socialization of brainwashing us, But listen, it's already gonna start out, you know. The NFL has been playing this black anthem so called black anthem at everything. So I'm guaranteeing you. They will still start out with that. And maybe our friend from Westchester who's got it always called every Saturday morning, Glyn. He can give us the anthem words. Um, I'm sure he has that memorized by now. And, uh, why do we need two anthems? I mean, Okay, let's have an Italian one. Let's have a German one. Let's go Hispanic. One, absolutely all fragmented. Now, why can't we just have One. Yeah. And secondly, did you watch the inauguration when they had the young black Laurette poet? I did. I did. I did. I will name with warm. I think her name was warming. And you know, you could tell she was educated. Very well spoken, but the social left always driving mentioned. We want someone that looks like us Might. My thought is why couldn't they have a young man from Xavier University? Uh, stand up there and give a nice speech. You know, I think he would represent America to know. Let's just Let's just won't go for that, And by the way, she is going to have a part in the NFL. She's she, They're gonna They're gonna feature her. I heard that I heard that and it'll be interesting to see what she says. What did she say at their inaugural? I don't even remember. Well, you know what? I I put it in and out. I really didn't hear her message. But I'm sure it was about unity, which the Democrats are all about The challenge. I got a challenge for my Democrat friends, Uh, name 10 Democrats in the Senate. But when President Trump when he Brought up a Supreme Court justice when he brought up a federal judge Cabinet member named 10 Democrats that voted for his pointy and I guarantee you that not maybe one, maybe mansion out of West Virginia, Virginia who voted for Trump appointee, But I guarantee the other senators did not go and and and it was for four years, Mike, No, no unity. I get that. Hey, Jack. I'm running out of time bumping up against the news. Hey, when we get back, I have no guest today. So it's all us. You and I 7491 7802 Big One will get back to the calls After the news. Mike Allen news radio 700 wlw. The famous the kind of famous and the absolutely not famous or talking about the Scott Sloan Show called from Covington posted listening to Sloane. He is the smartest thing I've ever done, and I've done.
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"Then they throw all Star game on us like this and and his brakes that all the way up. So, um, pretty much this kind of a sloppy agreement between the league and the union is not yet official. LeBron said that after a 1 14 93 home win over the Nuggets, he had 27 points. 10 boards and 10 assists The Blazers one in Philly without Damian Lillard, 1, 21 105. Carmelo Anthony got to start. And scored 22. The Warriors rolled through Dallas 1 47 1 16 with Kelly Obre Junior scoring a career high 40 and the Rockets beat the Grizzlies 1 15 103 College Shoot! Stop! Frank Inzaghi down Pacific 76 58 number seven Ohio State topped number eight Iowa 89 85 Serena Williams withdrew today. From her warm up event down under with right shoulder soreness. It sounds, though, like she's just making sure he's 100% for the Aussie Open, which begins on Monday. MLS and its players are still talking C B. A. They extended their deadline from last Thursday to last night Now till midnight Eastern Today, the league says, it'll lock out players without an agreement and a nice last night in the capital's 42 Lost set. The Rangers Alex Ovechkin scored career goal number 709 taking sole possession of seventh old time from Mike Gartner, Bill back to you so bogus on that you on the Australian Open story. You're saying she's not sure enough. She can play. No, I think she's mostly sure. Rina. That's thank you, Tom. I gotta sell. I gotta live Program alert for you. Do you want you wanted, Mr Bogus and missing about this? Oh, man, we got sound and live program alert, So Oh, yeah. Keep it once do one more or all loopy from the Super Bowl so high, you have a vote. It was do it again. I have a vote on one of the media voters for the All Star game this year, the Levinson media folks vote as well and I thought we could do starting Monday. I've got to pick two backcourt players and three front court players from each conference. I thought we could on Monday start talking about who it is. Let people call in, Let people You know, Twitter attacks over the 43 or four days? Well, sort of ruminate on it. And on Friday a week from today, the last day that I'm working before going on a little vacation. I'll live on the air to the vote. We'll just I'll pull it up. Do the survey and we can all just come up with a together. Do you guys have any sort of any since you were just about LeBron's happiness of going? Do you have any sort of front runners? You just jump out. You feels like Bradley Beal has to be One of the guards, right? Yes. Yeah. Don't tell me who is into the top five right now on either side that needs our help. Who Who do we? I think it's going to be. I think that I think it's going to be interesting. Trying to figure out someone like like our kyrie and hardened people that I've are they the right guys, one of them to give the other guards slot to in the Eastern Conference. Should I keep an eye on somebody else will be interesting. I mean, LeBron is off. I think LeBron is Kawai is fascinating because why doesn't play every game? But he's got a ridiculous player efficiency rating. That's a tough one front court wind so we could just I'll be moment it over. Can we get Joe Ingles in this game somehow? Do you have the power to do that from me? Because I would like that. I have a fractional power, but but I think trying to pull that sword from the stone would shatter any chance that I ever have that power again. I think if I put Yeah, but not that you're that's not your issue by issue That's true, but the bogus on this bum the week list just for suggesting angles. All right, let's uh let's do Mr Baldwin the week Hallelujah!.
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"All right, from one division to a vision of updates, Mr Bogus. You did, though, by the way. Also today's trash Tuesday in the D a show and somebody else trashed you for not liking one division. So that's two tweets from the restaurants and that show when I was doing the 60 10 today, like I got trashed all the time on that show. This is the first I've heard your name and made a long time and it was a direct hit on your takedown of long Division. I want to thank Marash if he's listening during his workout for putting that call through. Thank you. Thanks. That's that's knows that Pete who who put that through Pete, I'll talk to Pete myself. That's Pete. I'll talk to people of tomorrow. Not just getting trashed me trapped. Thank you for listening. Who wasn't you know who the caller was? I do not remember. It was a tweet so you could probably find it. India's mentions if we want the truth. I don't remember who who sent it in. I mean, what is with Wanda Vision? Look, I understand because of Star Wars did a terrible showing. You criticize it, people? The more of them see Was that good? This show sucks. It's terrible. I've been told from your direction of the world from the Los Angeles area that it is good. Obviously, I don't know anything about it. I've just been told that it is TV people told you this. Yes, you're like in the business. That's right. Yeah, but no. But then again, it's also very self serving to television, at least from my understanding of these first two episodes like it's very much like Paying homage to the to the different areas of the genre. So TV people would like it. You know, they never grow up. Things never go out when you say someone don't take this the wrong way, But don't take this wrong way, but your friends Are the television equivalent of the guys from high fidelity. Do they know their stuff? Yes, but if they got so far down the rabbit hole, they missed the point. Absolutely. No argument. Whoa! Is it wanna go? One division here? It's the eyes that is that literally the head of the you talking about superheroes. There's a Super Bowl. Okay, Just turn on the calling me directly have seven. Texas is just one of them from the boss. So you do the update, and I will try to explain will never do that again. Dueling reports this morning on the Mets pursuit of free agent writing. Trevor Bauer. USA Today started it by staying the Mets. It all for a short term deal that would make Bauer the highest paid ever based on annual average value. Both MLB network and S. And why the Mets TV networks say that part is not true, but in offer is on the table. About seven hours from now, we'll know the latest addition to the Baseball Hall of Fame. If there are any Curt Schilling might be the only player to get enough votes this year. It was bad injury news yesterday for the Chiefs. They confirm 20 Kip. Leaves for left tackle Eric Fisher. So he misses the Super Bowl. Good news today for both sides. Money back Levy on Belen wideouts Sammy Watkins in KC and receiver Antonio Brown and defensive back Antoine Winfield Junior in Tampa Bay. All expected play into Sunday is that, according to ESPN, none of those four played on Sunday. James Harden flip the switch last night in Brooklyn. 10 points through three quarters, then 10 in the fourth to beat the very aggressive throughout the course of the game. A zone kind of knows, Shook us up a little bit. And this is one of the slowest down. They want, man in a few possessions, and you know, I got I got loose a little bit. So, um, you know, my teammates give me confidence and shoot the basketball be aggressive. And you know, that's that's a hardened and Kevin Durant each scored 20 in the 98 85 final. LeBron scored 21 in the fourth quarter. 46 totally the Lakers to a 1 15 Wanna wait win in Cleveland in Dallas, Tim Hardaway Jr knocked over Jamal Murray Murray then knocked him in the growing on his way back to his feet. Murray got tossed his nugget still got the win. 1 17 when 13 over those Mavs Michael Porter Jr scored 30 off the bench. Kawai Leonard, Paul George. In covert protocol, so they mess it least tonight in Atlanta. This is the start of a six game road trip for the Clippers. Covert is also forcing us swimming to changed Olympic trials. The event is being split into two first a wildcard meet. The top two finishers in each event will then move on to the main event over 1700 swim back in 2016 and made the last summer games The NHL has suspended former Coyotes GM John Shaka. The rest of 2021 for conduct detrimental and breach of contract. The team said Shaka quit on them and was looking for other jobs as they prepped for the bubble over the summer. He says ownership made it impossible for him to keep working there, and Davis love the third named captain of next year's U. S. Presidents Cup team. Go back to you, Andrew. Bogus. Thank you, buddy on Twitter at Andrew Bogus and remember those of you to keep asking me in mass. A. I'm not in charge of bogus is whisper phone Valentine's Day album, so I don't have the answers and be no, I'm not going to keep calling him insisting he get back in the studio. He's not like George R. R. Martin. He doesn't have an obligation to finish it. But I think he will. Who gets the music to us. In a week or two at Andrew, Bogus on Twitter. We've got buy or sell coming up. There's a bunch off we haven't hit we've hit. We've hit the simulation. We've hit one division about 50 times We even got in tonight's tale, but there's some sports. We probably need attack on that same buyer cell next here on CBS Sports Radio. But I'm still sit. Oh, honey, Seriously,.