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"bohan" Discussed on Bet The Board
"Prompted bohan in a transfer out, gives the team more upside in the passing game, higher completion percentage in a greater ceiling attacking downfield, but this will be a Baylor offense that has to replace its leading rushers. It's got to replace some pass catching ability. And so there are plenty of questions about how good this Baylor offense can be right out of the gates. Even with an offensive line that's going to return four starters for their final season. The reason you see a 12 win conference championship led by a coach with massive momentum in the big 12. And there really isn't an elite team in the big 12, yet Baylor's projected to win 7.7 games. It's because there are a 126th than returning production. And when you win 12 and a conference championship, that's mostly the good kind of production. It just feels for bailer right now though. What they're building is going to be damn good. And I really like most of Iran to staff and I really like Jeff Grimes as an OC. We've talked about him before. It wouldn't shock me if he's a head coach inside of 20 months. Grime just has a really good feel for what he's doing. And he's been adaptable and he's willing to shape his offense to the parts because if you look at what he was doing with BYU and Jack Wilson slinging it all over the place to what Baylor's offense is doing, that ran the ball roughly on 58% of early downs last season. Led the big 12 in third down run rate, and even with a defensive minded head coach, Aranda was willing to let Grimes go for all these manageable fort downs and they had the 6th highest fourth down rate in the country. I just think the offense has kind of figured out who it wants to be. It has an identity and that's kind of the biggest thing when you're a new regime and then that regime is kind of changing to the second iteration of them. I think that's important. And so they have this kind of identity that I think allows them to not regress a ton. I think you also look at a guy like Grimes and his ability to identify what is most successful. And I think that's probably going to be the same thing here. We saw this dramatic year two leap last season in running and it led to like a 140 and 43% increase in year over year rushing production. And then you go into this off season and the one unit that actually does return a ton of experiences. The offensive line. You have Blake shape and who you mentioned getting the starting job and leading bohan into USF, he's going to be flanked by two 60 or senior tackles. Tons of great returning production up the middle. And Jacob Gaul and grant Miller. You have buyers and Jeffrey. They've shown signs of playing well too, and one of those guys is ultimately going to start and the other one is going to provide some depth. I don't think there's going to be much drop off offensively here. And I think you're going to need the offense to actually show out a little bit and progress. And I think there is that ability there, right? Because Blake shape and can make this massive leap that transcends this offense and makes it actually the better unit of the two on the field, which is going to surprise some people. But I think when you look at Blake shaping and you look how solid he was in his three starts. And he proved he could be accurate. 81% adjusted accuracy rate, which was a substantial upgrade over bohannon. But I think we're going to see growth in year three. I really do. In shape and did have some problem areas over a small sample. As many turnover worthy plays as touchdowns, despite zero interceptions in that column. He was learning on the fly. He didn't fully understand where the ball needed to go, especially against the bullets. So he wouldn't attack the blitz. He'd settle. And you could see that in some of his numbers. For a bail or offense that had high early down run rate and ran more than anyone in the conference on third down and had great production running, the one area that he needs to clean up is using play action. So that would be an area to kind of focus on and I think when I saw the spring game and saw him throw the play action, he looked like he was far more comfortable. You just know, when you look at Grimes offense, it likes using boots it likes using naked, it likes rollouts. Those are kind of how things are currently constructed. Now it might be a little bit of a subtle change with bohan and gone because you needed to do those things for him to be competent as a thrower. You don't necessarily need shape and to do those things. But I think that's part of the offense. There are some question marks that receiver to really small body guys in Gavin Holmes and Monterey Baldwin they look to be the top two Holmes needs to stay healthy. You do have jayvon Gibson and Josh Cameron, the two bigger body red shirt freshman. They provide some size, both made plays in the spring game. I was super impressed by those two guys. They would high point the ball. They were making contested catches. It looks like they've made that leap. There is going to be a committee at running back nearly 90% of the rush yards are gone from last season. But there is some burst and quickness from a guy like Tay mcwilliams. You also have squirrel Williams. Teh M Williams only had 17 rush attempts last season, but he was dynamic. He was elusive in that small sample. It kind of bodes well for a larger load. Again, breath of fresh air when you look at the schedule of defenses, not a single top 20 unit on the schedule by our projections. You're looking at a 12 game slate. Average projected efficiency rank of the defense's Baylor is going to face a 79th. Within those projections, it could even be easier just looking at my stock arrows on some of those defenses. Obviously, when you're doing projections this early in the season, priors are going to be built in to those off season projections. On Baylor's schedule, you have the likes of Iowa state and Oklahoma state and West Virginia. Each for me have stock arrows pointing down defensively Todd. It's an interesting team because I don't think any of us really believe that Baylor was going to make a rapid ascent to the top of the conference in the way that they did last year. We'll see how they're able to rebuild offensively this season. Now on the defensive side of the ball, there is a big loss of leadership when you're talking about Jalen petre and Terrell Bernard vocal leaders of the stop unit last season that moved on.
"bohan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"For this action to deal with. All right, so if the rules get in the way, let's just change the rules. And it's just so interesting. The way they play so fast and loose with the rules and they tried to do the same thing at the EPA today and we saw what happened. The Supreme Court said, look, you can't continue to do this. You don't have the authority to do that. The executive branch just doesn't have that. Now, of course, they're going to say it's a politicized decision and we've heard the dissent and we had some analysis really good analysis on that earlier in the program. But it just begs the question to me, what is going on with all of this crazy? And should we be getting rid of the filibuster? Should we be playing fast and loose with the rules to get rid of the rules just to make things easier for politicians to do what they want? I don't think so. I think it belongs to we the people, but that's just my thought. The phone number, I'd love to hear your thoughts on this. 8 6 6 5 O 5 four 6 two 6 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo, and of course it's open phone America. So if you have something you want to say, it is your turn to be heard from coast to coast quite frankly, because we're on in California, we're on in New York. This is a wonderful platform to be heard. Let us go to Bill, Bill is in Jefferson, Missouri. Welcome to the program. It's rich valdes. Yes, rich. Nice to talk to you. Again. Welcome Forbes. I guess he's the father of Steve's fort, had a plane called the capitalist tool. And it was so cool. 30 years ago in May, when he came to Columbia, Missouri's airport in the capitalist tool, Michel Gorbachev, and I just thought that was cool. So I got a program and I went over to the Columbia and listened to it on television. But then I went over to the Columbia airport where his capitalist tool was parked and thought I thought I'd get an autograph signed by Mikhail Gorbachev, but it didn't do that. So anyway, I thought that was really cool. So but the capitalist tool was, I guess, Malcolm Forbes, the editor of Ford's magazine's plane. It flew out to the Midwest and I got a photo of it and it always was pretty nice. So thank you. It sounds like a cool story. On days where I have more delusions of grandeur than I typically do, I fantasize about what my plane would look like, and I don't have a name for it yet, but this one, the capitalist school, sounds pretty cool. Maybe capitalists call part deux. Maybe we'll go with something like that. Thank you. Go ahead. Oh, cool. That's pretty big. Yeah, and it had the opened up the stairs in the back and Mikel had his own cars, though, that he wrote in the I believe they must have been Russian cars. And he didn't open the windows to let us get autograph. Unbelievable. How dare he? Now, what's the radio station that you're listening to in Missouri? I listened to KW S, which is Jim Tim bohan and used to work there. I'm pretty sure. Awesome. Well, thank you for listening from kwa as we appreciate it. Bill in Jefferson, Missouri. Let's go to Becky and Illinois, Becky. How are you? Welcome to the program It's rich Valdez. Rich, I absolutely love it with you on here. Oh, goodness. Thank you. All the time. I don't know. And when it comes to AOC, everybody needs to pack their clothes because she's going to run in for president when she turns 35. She is all out crazy. And run, you know? And
"bohan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Afternoon news Let me assure you the intruder is deceased and we are not actively looking for another individual or any other suspects in this case We definitely ask you all to keep the family the families that are involved in your prayers All right that is a Texas police source talking about what's happened in Texas today and the terrific school shooting DOM Giordano sitting in for Jim bohan tonight Great guess with us though that is actually doing this It's not pie in the sky Training people in schools who are volunteers We've heard about this for years He's talked about 30 programs or more that are active in Texas to prevent this Brad Oliver retired Texas ranger with us So Brad a couple of questions here now about the nitty Gritty of this Have these people that you've trained diffuse the situation yet Is there any record in any of these schools that you've been involved in where that's happened Well I don't think that none of us none of the people that we have trained underscore districts that we train have had any type of armed encounter Now so let's clarify something Something you said diffuse a lot of the training that we do again we do teach them about shooting firearms but we also talk about deescalation So the training that we do give them that they teachers deescalate every day Right But we're very very fortunate that none of our school districts have had to use a firearm which is great That's a great day for us that we never have to do that but they are prepared If that ever if that evil ever walks in they are ready to handle that Now the training is not just marksmanship It's also a sensibility calmness under this I can tell by talking with you What do you say to those who say just think of how dangerous this is already on Twitter They're hitting me today various people because I support this type of stuff You can't have people firing all over the place Now we have all kinds of chaos Which ones the shooter Which one is the so it's no one's in uniform Well those are people that are talking that don't know what they're talking about They don't know what our training is And so we put all these defenders again as we've talked before they are volunteers they are go through a rigorous vetting program Psychological evaluation And then they go through training through us It's very comprehensive And we go into all about the fundamentals of firearms but we also talk about the law because we tell them look if you are the hero of the day and you stop evil but if you do not have a grasp of what you're doing and you're just you can't shoot indiscriminately fire your gun and you shoot an innocent person all the good things you've done have gone away So let me ask you this do you know how many times a police officer in the state of Texas has to qualify with a handgun every year how many times Not very much as far as I see I don't know Texas I know Philadelphia Yeah it's abysmal One comma year One time a year and they have to shoot 50 rounds That's it So our school to our defenders Our shooting some of the school districts are requiring them to shoot a minimum of 50 rounds a month and go and train And then they have to come to us multiple times different times of the year that we do refresher training and we're constantly working with them about what their legality is what the law and the state of Texas says when they can and can not use Deadly force And we're constantly giving them scenario based training for decision making What we're doing constantly Let me take four Let me pick your brain and let's get your website first too You've been good enough We haven't got the website for your company Where do we find you It's Cinco peso training dot com Cinco Cinco CIN CO peso training So the deal about Cinco peso the Texas Rangers badges from lieutenant down to sergeant is made out of the Mexican Cinco peso And that's why we named it So you go to our website It's hard to beat the Texas Rangers I think it's something that would send in the marines It's the same kind of thing I guess the question I had to look I taught at the high school level And I know what happens to so called security in a daily basis Sometimes the front door might be secured I kind of think schools have too many doors By that I mean you know you got to restrict access a little bit If you're going to keep a person out that's coming in with a firearm they just watch the school and they see a lot of doors and too many doors that are open Well possibly very possible that the course we've always got to work because you've got hundreds of hundreds of students inside the school that we do have to make sure we can get them out now It's been that since 1950 something I believe since I stood at that in a school file But here's something that I want to pose to you Go look at all the new beautiful schools being built They're all have these big beautiful glass doors Pain glass huge from sealand to floor So we have locked doors but we have all this glass around where people pull on the door and go that's unfortunately what the shooter at sandy hook did is the door was locked Shot it down So what also num four I forget I really appreciate you not name in this person Some news organizations are doing that We never need to name these evil people No I definitely agree Brad can you stand by just one more time We want to.
"bohan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"All right welcome in everyone DOM junior Dan who's sitting in for Jim bohan and oh yeah you know if you want to join me usually males on this edging Fanaticism that rose I do hope she sends me an email I would like to promote That was a heck of a call Thanks Rita for getting that And it wasn't just the edging it was all the stuff she said but right after that I happened to see this tweeting Twitter warp where Laura Ingraham you know mom worked till 73 and they're questioning no she did you went to Dartmouth stop it already You know you can overdo the poor mouth story but the reaction of this reverend it just tells you I mean to them the Bible progressives like this guy all it is is to get out of jail free car It's all about forgiveness even if you don't want to be forgiven and all that There's never a rule that you're violating The only rule that you can be violating is if you're using common sense and saying no I'm owed this money I want to collect it In this case I don't want to pay for this other person at your forcing me Doesn't the Bible say anything about that We're supposed to believe really with this guy if Jesus came back it's not the person running up this debt and doing all this By the way if I get the reverend on you know what I'm going to ask Hey rev what about big college What about the people that are charging all this stuff and putting it on the heads of the person Should they be forgiving Well the problem is if they forgive it they're going to make us pay for it See what I mean Nobody on the progressive side of this is going to pay for it We're going to pay for it even if they forgive it it sent off to us No I'm talking about you with your obscene cost You're the ones that's in this Tower of Babel here And you should have to suck it up for what you've done to America's students aid in abetted by the government That's not how this guy sees it He sees it We got to pay for this That's what the Bible says I bet this Sunday or whenever you worship whatever day of the week you didn't know that The minister is going to tell you let's see It's right here There it is I think it's deuteronomy sighting I didn't have a chance to go through the Bible here but it looks like that's where he's citing him If I were Ingram I'd have this guy on I'm telling you it would be a hoop All right Jose is in Dothan Alabama with DOM Giordano for Jim tonight Hey Jose Welcome to the show Hello sir Welcome Thank you for taking my call Go right ahead I do have a comment yes sir Yes I do have a reply to the reverend that claims that that side of the Bible requires debt forgiveness He is correct But there is one thing that we must consider If we are going to apply that side of the Bible the entire side of the Bible because God doesn't change must be applied So on that side of the Bible we are required to obey his commands led by that Torah on the land of Israel And under a sense heat removal and which is the elders that rule with Moses So in recognizing that legality of the context of that document then there is a lot more things like stone in your children and being stoned for cursing your mom and your dad Yeah yeah that's right There's a lot of public stoning going on there too We're going to need a lot of rocks Thank you Jose Thank you for making that point Yeah You know you got to watch it This guy goes biblical on this He's making a good point Can't pick and choose now You start getting literally you get to this point You're going down this road with this guy Where does it lead I'm telling you Monday night I'm sitting in for Jim and if we get him on around 10 o'clock I mean he's a man of the cloth I'm not going to be attacking but I'm going to be playing this out Because this is the mentality You have mobs of people out there who made a mistake or didn't care they were just going to run up these bills And now they're coming for your money And Biden is the money changer here Whatever you want to use that's saying okay I'm going to do this I'm going to take it from them give it to you you'll be you'll have this yoke off you taking off you and then you'll vote for me in four years or three years or another Democrats to keep this going Isn't this always what the game is I'm going to take it from you And here's what progressives like this do It's one thing to say we're taking it away from you But then rub your nose into it by saying and if you say anything you're a bad person You're the one that's bad You are the bad person Not the person who rang up the debt and wants me to come under force of taxation law if you will and take it away from you You're bad Now shut up and pay me So how does that work You're not even allowed the dignity to say well wait a minute I don't want to do it I don't think that's right No The Bible is telling you you're immoral Whatever he said there every 7 years yada yada I got to follow this guy on Twitter and bring you more All right and look maybe Ingraham yeah I don't know the story If it's at you put a story out there about how hard it was Your mom's working at 73 You better be accurate You know they're going to go after it And you go to Dartmouth but if you don't put a story like that you just say look a lot of people People you know you heard rose you heard any number of people who have had to struggle and work and believe that a debt owed is a debt that has to be paid No You are the one using the Bible in a way that is.
"bohan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Sitting in for jam So I played you that sake sound and that guy it was just down the middle He got two big things in there just in the one question a the people that did the right things were responsible to create all this turmoil and all the stuff we're seeing How are you going to help them again And two when are you with the answer to that is never going to take on big college which is driving this And has made this a preoccupation that other generations didn't have That has had these kids these students not be able to start adulthood in many circumstances I mentioned the occupational licensing the national review at a great piece today how occupational licensing contributes to the student loan crisis They make mention of that many states have these just unbelievable number of hours and hurdles that you have to go through in schooling training to get certified because they're trying to keep it artificially low And they say stuff like if you want to be a cosmetologist it's not all inclusive They teach students about many things including skin care hygiene and hair coloring but they don't do hair breeding Why is that Well because they're trying to stop they don't want to get more hair braiders out there They're trying to keep it artificially low That's what's going on I'll give you that China survey in a minute but I can tell people want to get on board the Jim bohan in show Let's go to sandy sandy is in Sheridan Wyoming Hello sandy welcome to the show Hey Thanks for taking my call You're welcome I have three children and they are now young adults and two of them will be going to school One is going to school right now and the other one will be going back to school here This next year They all have worked hard to get good grades And get scholarships and pay for their own And when the oldest went and lost one of his scholarships I told him it's up to you to come up with the money And that's how it has been And the only one that I have that has taken out loans is taken out loans that are offered for our community for graduates of the community high schools around here That when they get out they are going to be interest free But that's the only loan they are going to take out She's going to take out and she didn't work during the summers Because she was worried about getting her grades doing the activities and getting scholarships and so that's good Well that's a good question So what do you think of the big issue What do you think of the big issues I think Go ahead I don't think that we should bail these people out They need to work hard and do it themselves And if they want to go to Harvard or whatever then they need to figure out how they're going to pay for it When like a lot of those kids will have to go to local colleges here and in Wyoming they have this one scholarship that they give out to the kids provided they take a certain classes They have to take certain classes and they have to get a certain GPA Well a lot of the class work that they do in most of the classes they can if they get a bad grade on that test or whatever they can go to a I want to say like a detention but it's not detention It sounds very good to me that you have this worked out a bit here where it doesn't have to be that way All right Which is certainly a good thing Let's go to let's go to Sharon and crane Missouri hey Sharon welcome to the Jim bohannon show Hello mister Jared Okay They want to cancel college debt All right is there going to do that If they want to make everybody happy why don't they give every tax paying adult in this country a $100,000 tax Well that's what's being said there And they laugh like that's preposterous And they know what you and I are doing We're suggesting that to show how preposterous they are But I'll tell you why I think they're going to do this They're desperate It's a sign of desperation They have to roll the dice on this They're telling themselves right now they're telling Biden I think his strategists are saying look these people that are hearing they're calling the Jimbo hand and showing stuff They already dislike you or hate you So no of us you got to drive out these young voters If you do that you might win I think people that are not as engaged as you certainly are over the years are getting engaged on this They understand it and they might say you know what That's it I might vote this time Well you know what he can roll the dice on this but I have news for him He's going to come up snake eyes You're getting ready for that.
"bohan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"The program you're listening to now enthusiastically endorses the bob Sarah morning show All right it's DOM Giordano DOM Giordano Talk radio 1210 in Philadelphia sitting in for the great Jim bohan and follow me on Twitter at damn show 1210 Hey by the way if you're on Twitter I don't know if you've noticed Joe concha who's on Fox a lot great guests at him on my show and Philadelphia today and he said this was just starting to bubble up DOM have you noticed on your Twitter that suddenly you're seeing a lot of growth of followers Have you noticed that well it's suspected that the engineers there over at Twitter somehow or another with conservatives particularly if it's a blue check type of thing or conservatives in general Brian kilmeade said this too Have changed and we're seeing more followers Because Elon Musk is flirting I have not seen that growth Constantly all day on my own And I was thinking all right when I'm on Jim's show I give my Twitter people follow Maybe it's that A couple of politicians I've done stuff around that No it's apparently a change at Twitter already That's what's suspected and people are celebrating it All right so Biden Has these Latino representatives a bunch of them in And by all accounts it's going to happen $10,000 at least promise a more and also the way to spin it you think like people are going to buy this It's only going to be for those of low or middle income Now that's a complaint Half of this is for postgraduate and people that have more money than you know or middle class what about the middle class people though that it paid this already In the past what are you going to tell them They have no answer for that They think people just will go away They'll just accept this And they'll think oh well I just missed out on that No And the first call made a great point why is this deck different How are they going to explain that But Biden thinks this is the master stroke and it appears to me based on this that it's going to happen earlier than I thought I thought they would wait until after the expiration date may be a little bit after Labor Day There are Democrats delivering You keep us in there We're going to deliver more We're going to give you more stuff versus the dreaded Republicans Lionel is in rowing North Carolina high Y and L welcome to the Jimbo hanon show How are you doing Don Good I will tell you if you eat a cause of great ship a good job make a play of money I was in the power of paying back the low I'm confused Well a lot of them don't have that job or the ones that do don't want to pay it You know because they took the wrong courses went to the wrong place and now they're probably baby That's the problem All right 8 month old at a sample All right Yeah well look I agree with you But I don't know I don't know I'm not sure what the polling seat Now Democrats are desperate We know they're facing a wave They think if they can drive out younger voters by younger I mean 18 to 35 in certain key congressional districts they might be able to save some seats I think there's going to be a massive backlash on this though A brave hood Thank you Lionel Thank you very much Yeah Early on I get it They're desperate to do something And see it's not just for giving a student loan debt They're going to try to do any number of things to say you put them in office and they delivered meaning they're giving you stuff And it's a Republicans or blocking them from giving you more stuff That's the theme And Biden and his people think they're clever We're going to spin this as it's only lower income and it's only middle class people Middle class people ought to stick together What about all the middle class people whatever that definition is by the way you know it's always on the high side Suppose they said all right you know if your family income is under 80,000 something like that okay Your family income Then your middle class Suppose it's under a hundred in some places They could come up with any number here and they'll try to stick that sticker on there saying middle class That's all that we're forgiving Okay Are people going to buy this I don't think so Why are they doing it then Tom Well this is what progressives do They tell people elect us we will give you stuff but they're also desperate And this is one that some of them have blinders on This is a much tougher sell than some of the other nonsense that they did I'll give you an example of what they do in Philadelphia There's a crisis now in the Philadelphia public schools because of Biden's inflation on foodstuffs You know all the different foods they have they're having trouble in their own budget and Philadelphia public schools budget meeting those food needs for students One problem is they went with that it's a 100% everybody gets a free breakfast and a free lunch No income requirements We have some schools in Philadelphia where the family income could be easily a $100,000 or more Now do we think.
"bohan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"The program you're listening to now enthusiastically endorses the bob sarot morning show It's a Jimbo handing show DOM tier danos sitting in and I'm thrilled to bring you dinesh d'souza new film debuting in just about a week 2000 the number 2000 mules dot com That's where you can get your tickets either in a theater near you or virtually as dinesh said Dinesh Disney big in the news tonight with Ron to say in his talk to bohan and land here a little bit about the difficulties Now you said 300 screens which is not a huge number That you've broken through with previous films and with this one to get this out there in theaters or even virtually Yeah we're in a unique time We're not only are we dealing with theaters that are not fully back after COVID But we're also dealing with a censorship regime in which they shut you down on places like YouTube or Facebook for literally even raising the topic of election fraud And of course the real fear is not disinformation or even misinformation It's actually information It's true That's what they're really scared of And so this movie is like almost tailored made to terrify these people And I've got to figure out a strategy that navigates around them So we've developed a very good one It's going to also have the movie a little bit later available for digital download but it has to be on cancellable platforms where nobody can shut you down And so we're going to have it on the platform called Salem now Salem media is the co sponsor of our podcast and the partner of 9 in this movie project but also on rumble locals locals you might know is owned by rumble rumble is a huge video platform And so rumble is going to get behind this movie and promoted heavily And that's a wonderful development because here is one powerful social media platform that has been succumbed to censorship So what's the reform that's needed I mean I talk all the time here in Pennsylvania It was Republicans dinesh who passed something called act 77 which led to mail in balloting We have a Democrat governor He's vetoed attempts to repeal it It's unconstitutional It's in the courts now But with these drop boxes I've spoken the prosecutors who won't prosecute people on this So what's the reform coming out of the film do you think Well here's the thing I mean I think that the question of reform it becomes an easy and obvious one Once the fact of the matter has been established you know it's a little bit like this If you go around saying there's this group called the mafia and they do this and they do that And people are like no there's no such thing as the mafia You're just maligning Italian Americans And so on ultimately there's no political will to do anything because nobody even believes that there's an organized criminal racket that's doing all this right So the problem the reason people don't prosecute the reason that even Republicans are squeamish and a lot of Republicans are let's move on Let's stop talking about the 2020 election if they don't believe that there is provable massive coordinated systematic fraud See it's one thing I got to put aside any talk about anomaly's old Trump won the bellwether counties You know what It may be implausible It may be odd but odd things do happen So anomalies don't prove fraud Episodic fraud is not the same as systematic fraud because there can be a guy who moved out of state and you catch him and he shouldn't have voted but he did vote But that again that doesn't address the vote margin between Trump and Biden but see where our film comes in is we are talking about coordinated fraud There is no way to unleash 2000 mules in Atlanta and Milwaukee and Detroit and Philadelphia and Maricopa County Arizona and some were not organized that Exactly right It dispels all It really is a groundbreaker just as you said the camping now They'll try to do it et cetera but this is much much more detailed Can hardly wait to have our listeners with it Again the website to go for all this is the number 2000 mules dot com A dinesh can hardly wait for the debut Anything else you'd like to add about it Well the one thing we haven't mentioned and I'll just touch on very briefly video evidence because as a movie guy I got to tell you what settled of the matter at the end of the day is not just the guy fingerprints but to see him actually breaking into Fort Knox and the beauty of this We have 4 million minutes of video So the video is going to settle the issue This is just so detailed great work is always done as congratulations and we'll talk again once the film's out Thank you Thank you All right there's dinesh d'souza the movie site is 2000.
"bohan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Big in the news tonight with Ron to say in his talk to bohan and land here a little bit about the difficulties Now you said 300 screens which is not a huge number That you've broken through with previous films and with this one to get this out there in theaters or even virtually Yeah we're in a unique time We're not only are we dealing with theaters that are not fully back after COVID But we're also dealing with a censorship regime in which they shut you down on places like YouTube or Facebook for literally even raising the topic of election fraud And of course the real fear is not disinformation or even misinformation It's actually information It's true That's what they're really scared of And so this movie is like almost tailored made to terrify these people And I've got to figure out a strategy that navigates around them So we've developed a very good one It's going to also have the movie a little bit later available for digital download but it has to be on cancellable platforms where nobody can shut you down And so we're going to have it on the platform called Salem now Salem media is the co sponsor of our podcast and the partner of 9 in this movie project but also on rumble locals locals you might know is owned by rumble rumble is a huge video platform And so rumble is going to get behind this movie and promoted heavily And that's a wonderful development because here is one powerful social media platform that has succumbed to censorship So what's the reform that's needed I mean I talk all the time here in Pennsylvania It was Republicans dinesh who passed something called act 77 which led to mail in balloting We have a Democrat governor He's vetoed attempts to repeal it It's unconstitutional It's in the courts now But with these drop boxes I've spoken the prosecutors who won't prosecute people on this So what's the reform coming out of the film do you think Well here's the thing I mean I think that the question of reform it becomes an easy and obvious one Once the fact of the matter has been established you know it's a little bit like this If you go around saying there's this group called the mafia and they do this and they do that And people are like no there's no such thing as the mafia You're just maligning Italian Americans And so on ultimately there's no political will to do anything because nobody even believes that there's an organized criminal racket that's doing all this right So the problem the reason people don't prosecute the reason that even Republicans are squeamish and a lot of Republicans are let's move on Let's stop talking about the 2020 election if they don't believe that there is provable massive coordinated systematic fraud See it's one thing I got to put aside any talk about anomaly's old Trump won the bellwether counties You know what It may be implausible It may be odd but odd things do happen So anomalies don't prove fraud Episodic fraud is not the same as systematic fraud because there can be a guy who moved out of state and you catch him and he shouldn't have voted but he did vote But that again that doesn't address the vote margin between Trump and Biden but see where our film comes in is we are talking about coordinated fraud There is no way to unleash 2000 mules in Atlanta and Milwaukee and Detroit and Philadelphia and Maricopa County Arizona and some were not organized that Exactly right It dispels all It really is a groundbreaker just as you said the camping now They'll try to do it et cetera but that this is much much more detailed Can hardly wait to have our listeners with it Again the website to go for all this is the number 2000 mules dot com A dinesh can hardly wait for the debut Anything else you'd like to add about it Well the one thing we haven't mentioned and I'll just touch on very briefly video evidence because as a movie guy I got to tell you what settles the matter at the end of the day is not just the guy fingerprints but to see him actually breaking into Fort Knox and the beauty of it We have 4 million minutes of video So the video is going to settle the issue This is just so detailed great work is always an interesting congratulations and we'll talk again once the film's out Thank you Thank you All right there's dinesh d'souza the movie site is 2000 mules dot com If you're anywhere in the Philadelphia area I'm showing it on May 2nd at the AMC the new chambery AMC 24 you know you just you'll see a dropdown with your state where it's playing which movie theater Hopefully one near you 2000 mules dot com I think you enjoy it Dinesh tells storytelling way but it is powerful stuff The trailer you can take a look at now et cetera and there'll be a lot of media backlash on this Okay coming up I told you the other night I'm in Philadelphia talk radio 12 ten and coming out of Philadelphia I told you about how Philadelphia was an outlier In other words as the nation is being relieved in the masking fight thanks to that judge in Florida right That's under fire Philadelphia decided last week to announce without any evidence of anything happening here that's different than where you are we were going to have to mask up again indoors And that went into effect Monday I know you're saying well it was so bad damn why did they you know it's not science it's political science Guess what tonight word is leaked out that Philadelphia after only really three days of this mask mandate is rescinding it They'll hold a news conference tomorrow but I don't think they'll ever send it tomorrow They'll say something about some point in the future even though they're rescinding it I'll give you the details on that And this is just a perfect example of what progressives do with this Also CNN plus is no more At the end of April it will be gone Just think about how bad that is They were saying they would have 200,000 subscribers You have to pay for this by the end of April I bet in all of bohan inland if you are a CNN plus subscriber I'd love to hear from you Tell me why you did that Was it Chris Wallace You were going to get Who is it on their roster that was turning you on to pay put down your hard earned money to get the CNN plus streaming service when the network itself is having all kinds of difficulty So we'll get into that and polling tonight by Rasmussen who is more leans more conservative if I had to say that people by a slim majority support canceling $50,000 of student loan debt that can't be can it All right we'll get into all that.
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"It will start creating metaverse experiences on its video platform beginning with gaming following competitor's investments in the buzzy category For more I want to bring in Bloomberg's Nico grant Nico what is YouTube's metaverse play gonna look like YouTube says that it's still very early days but that gaming is the important category to start with when it comes to making immersive experiences And this company has not decided to bet the farm on the metaverse the way that Facebook now meta has And so it essentially means more virtual reality videos on the platform which have been there since 2016 How does this fit into Google YouTube's parent company their track record on virtual reality What is it really Well you know Google could always say that we were there quite early back in 2014 they created the cardboard platform known for its distinctive cardboard box that you could place your phone into But after a while interest in that tapered off the company has been far more circumspect about how it's going to make a play in the metaverse focusing instead on the search platform maps and YouTube And so many Silicon Valley work watchers have been quite keen to hear what the company has to say Google always says whether it's Neil bohan the chief product officer at YouTube or Sundar Pichai head of the whole company always says it's early days All right well it seems to be early days for just about everyone We will be watching Miko grant who covers Google and YouTube for us Thank you And that does it for this edition of Bloomberg technology tune in tomorrow We're going to be talking with Uber CEO Dara.
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"Me around for a ride We send giant spacecraft up to visit giant planets so it seems kind of strange to send NASA's near earth asteroid scout up to visit asteroid 2020 GE Asteroid 2020 GE is the smallest celestial body ever to earn a visit from a spacecraft It's less than 60 feet long about the size of a school bus and the near earth asteroid scout is a spacecraft about the size of a bread box By the way eventually NASA plans to slam a spacecraft into an asteroid to study ways of deflecting one which might try to smack into earth Hope they use something bigger than a bread box Over on Mars one problem for earthlings who eventually visit will be that Mars has no magnetic field as a result there's no protection from deadly solar radiation as earth provides However Mars rover curiosity has discovered that plain old rocks provide at least some protection So human Mars explorers may tunnel their way to safety or quality to existing underground lava tubes Curiosity proved this cuts down on radiation exposure on Mars by spending one 12 day period parked next to a cliff Closer and more mundane about 150 miles southwest of Detroit is the town of colon Michigan population about 1200 and way too small for taxi service But colon Michigan does have Timothy hochstedler part of the small Amish community there who's begun hauling folks around town in his horse and carriage 5 bucks per trip Causes service Amish Uber and the app consists of flagging him down in the street At a university of Maryland engineering team has built an unusual drone using a sort of vertical screw propeller It flies because the university of Maryland team had access to aluminum plastics and modern engines as opposed to what was available to the designer Leonardo da Vinci 530 years ago The offbeat I'm Jim bohan This is the marketplace minute I'm Justin Ho The stock market closed higher on Wednesday The Dow gained almost 9 10% the S&P rose nearly one and a half percent.
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"By Bill diddy tonight at financial adviser with Bill dendy and associates the EN DY And how are the markets of the world doing right now in regard to a comparison with the U.S. I mean we talk about this one world economy not quite that I guess yet but increasingly more so So what are happening in the stock markets in London and Germany and Tokyo wherever Well it's interesting that they're not out of the clear here They're following kind of our lead and we've got the same concerns when the fed makes moves And of course when the whole world is concerned about Ukraine we start seeing that the movements What we've seen in the last several days is an increase in volatility Thursday and Friday of last week and then Monday this week we had those drops and then gains in the market or again in a drop in the market throughout the day The volatility is greater because we do have the concern about the fed We do have oil prices that tend to drive markets up and down We do have the tensions in China And so as we look across world markets we see that same type of fluctuation in the European markets and the Asian markets And it's interesting A lot of things that we purchased as Americans are manufactured overseas So we do move their markets with our consumer sentiment and with our ability to have access to capital We move other markets as well And a lot of our goods are now sold overseas And so when we have challenges elsewhere the majority of our S&P 500 companies are receiving 2030 40% or more of the revenues from overseas And that means that we are all relatively interconnected Here's a call from Bill and Naples Florida for Bill dindi hello Bill Hi how are you Fine I wanted to make I wanted to make two comments on your guest and comments you made The first comment was on the future value of the S&P 500 and discounting it My comment on that is that historically the S&P traded for about ten times earnings Right now it's trading at over 20 times earnings And one of the reasons it's trading at 20 times versus ten times is because the discount rate now is probably in the range of 2% versus the historic mean which is in the range of 8% So when we say we have to forecast what earnings are going to be The discount rates already figured in an increase in those earnings by putting the discount factor of 2% on rather than 8% So from our guest Well that's exactly right And that goes back to exactly what Jim bohan was saying in that what moves the market And it's like everything Interest rates The company can be doing the exact same thing but our discount rates moving will move the price of the market So you're exactly right And as we start to see the cost of money going up we'll probably see some of the cost of stocks going down And you also have that competitiveness of a person can get 8% in the Bond and not take the risk Or if we're able to get 6 to 8% in our CDs again you'll see a lot of people move from the risky volatile scary stock market into the more consistent investment But the irony is that often happens when we have higher inflation as well And we need to have those higher returns but you're exactly right on target All right what else Bill you had something else Yeah I just couldn't answer that When you take a combination of people talking about softness and earnings combined with people talking about an increase in interest rates you have an incredibly magnified potential downside The second comment I was going to make is I listen to all of your guests comments on why the market that lacked today and last week The actual technical reason that it really got hit in my opinion and other people's opinions was there's $3.1 trillion of options that had been put on by hedge funds and money managers last year in January And what that actually means is that rather than buying stock positions these money managers bought long option positions And over the course of last year the price of the underlying stocks took off These options all came due last by the end of Friday Liquidation started of these option positions on Monday On Friday it was huge which means that if you were a money manager you've had a hundred shares at $25 a share in the stock was trading at 75 You're going to end up with that position on Friday afternoon I'm going our guest to comment and try to get some calls on here Go ahead build Indy Well the auxins market increasing derivatives trading does have an impact on the market especially when you have so much happening on given days And that can move the market And you see that with individual stocks as well when people even outside the derivatives are just going short in a stock can have that type of an impact And it's another thing to consider But I'll go back to your earlier remark when you said that when you combine things together the magnitude of a potential correction can be really large I don't know what you said humongous huge incredible It's true We need to be ready at any time for market movements of 30 to 50% off from their highs And I think a lot of investors haven't seen that in a long time and they don't have that in their mind but those are the types of things that create those types of corrections More calls in a moment back That Allan Phil Robertson here dad our fam is known for being Harry Wouldn't you say that's a fair assessment I think that's a fair assessment Plenty of hair is warm in the winter and cool in the summer We know a lot of people don't have the luxury of being able to keep all of your hair And so we've got a great company keeps that has you covered They.
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"In for Jim bohan in coming to your calls you're her doctor Nicole Safire I think a lot of good information there People making the calculation tomorrow night show when I sit in for Jim We'll have the president tomorrow speaking about this And if you're unvaccinated I think it's all going to be about you tomorrow I don't think he's going to say too much about anything else around COVID and the variant And it's going to be interesting to see if there's any convincing that's done I don't see it Doctor Nicole said something great in there though That I was trying to drill down on And I wonder if you're vaccine hesitant Now at this point you're probably more than hesitant but that several of the vaccines particularly this new one are using the same process that we used to use not this new process that some people object to That's where their objection comes to I'm going to play a president Trump though He's on a tour with Bill O'Reilly a history tour Not selling 20,000 seats out in this but there's only 8 to 10,000 seats of a history of the Trump years O'Reilly just said again tonight he believes president Trump is going to run If he does I've been kind of surprised on my Twitter how many people are not as fully on board as I thought they would be I thought they would be wow Thank God it can hardly wait Instead a lot like Ron DeSantis I don't think the saying is in Trump would be paired necessarily although you can make the argument to say this is VP grooming for the next time around is not a bad thing They kind of think the magic that the sanus is working in Florida They'd like to see continue But a railway again tonight after this tour with Trump he's going to run So O'Reilly asked Trump and admits himself It's about 1520 seconds at this history tour Both say they've gotten the booster shot And listen to a bit it's not the whole audience a reaction of the audience and how Trump handles it Why are some people in the audience booing Trump and O'Reilly for saying they got the booster shot Here's how it sounded Both the president and I are vax and do you get the booster Yes.
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"Welcome back to the Jim bohanna show at one 8 6 6 5 O Jimbo What 866-505-4626 Well the names Biden or Harris appear on a national ticket in 2024 I doubt it I doubt it Eli in central New York calls in hello Yes good evening mister bohan What do you think of Liz Cheney maybe getting a nod to represent the Republican Party for president It's a good alternative to Donald Trump What are your thoughts Are these positioning yourself possibly for to make a run She doesn't have a chance she's maybe getting drummed out of the Republican Party caucus on Capitol Hill She has already been drummed out of the Republican Party of Wyoming I mean she's despite having that she voted with the Trump agenda 91% of the time by the way her replacement in the House leadership did so 77% of the time but she did bother to kiss Donald Trump's backside so that made her okay The Trump is clearly Donald Trump clearly cares a lot more about people who side with him personally than he does about people who side with his agenda as Cheney was one of the most loyal supporters of his agenda on Capitol Hill She's getting railroaded And while I wouldn't have voted for Trump's impeachment I think that he certainly should have been censured for his lack of action after January 6th with all the calls that were being sent into him tweeted into do something and stop destroying your legacy So no Liz Cheney probably has very little in the way of an electoral future but I think that's a shame quite frankly She's a reliable conservative and loyalty to Donald Trump is not the litmus test of conservatism What do you think Who's going to become the first woman president Do you have an idea of the first woman president Well it's an interesting question and I don't know I mean goodness knows it could be a Democrat I would rather hope not but I mean certainly the Amy Klobuchar is even the I doubt Elizabeth Warren could make it Christy norm of South Dakota for the Republicans possibly I know there's a rumor now that Hillary is going to run again in 2024 I just don't see that happening So I suspect we know the name of the woman who will be the first woman president but we just don't know which woman it is Okay there mister Mohan I just thought I'd ask you about your point of viewpoint on Liz Cheney I thought it this way I don't agree with her on every issue but in terms of her conservatism she's unchallenged in that regard and that the Republican Party is bending over backwards to roll over and play dead she's a legitimate conservative and the fact that she doesn't just worship the ground Donald Trump walks on well that's a plus in my book But anyway thank you for your thoughts Eli to Brady in Las Vegas good evening How are you doing Jimbo I'm fine thank you Do you know who incorporated HIV incorporated in 1984 Who I was not aware there was an HIV incorporated of what is that That's Doctor Fauci doing his scientific experiment starting in 1984 Do you know who doctor Rolf Barrick no do you know who doctor Alex Instead of just dropping names right and left let's do your presumably talking to our audience and not just me and they don't know either so who are these people that we should be Ho concerned about Okay these are the people that are basically dealing us to death spike death And this is no death spiked death jab Brady That's utter nonsense Frank and Mary and Iowa good evening Or put another way Frank in Marion Iowa Our Daniel in Wichita Kansas hello Daniel Hi Hi I have a couple things to say First I think that before Liz Cheney would be nominated for Republican president presidency I think Nancy Pelosi or Joe Manchin would have a much higher well obviously Pelosi wouldn't get such a nomination and mansion is undominated at the national level because the Democrats have positioned themselves too far to the left No Liz Cheney said electoral career I think is effectively over which I think is a shame quite frankly Right I agree I think he's a center of I'm from Kansas We lost Robert Dole last weekend which was a tragedy to the United States for I believe politicians should have emulated themselves a lot after Robert Robert Doe had a lot to teach a lot of people unfortunately we had him for 98 years so I guess that's all we can ask for And also he was an American hero Totally American hero Absolutely I had the chance to interview him for the opening of the World War II memorial I on behalf of the Smithsonian Institution I interviewed him and a fellow World War II veteran that George McGovern and they were both the very very learned gentleman Yes 8 years ago I had a chance to speak to him about veterans affairs at the Kansas state fair which he would come out through our Robert J Dole DA medical center in which stock Kansas is that there are talk to me for 35 minutes Really And for yes for a man to do that to someone veteran he didn't know I thought was just an example of what kind of person he was Oh totally How many politicians are along the lines of oh good to meet you Hi Move to the next person unless of course the first person handed you a check in which case they might get 5 extra minutes Bob Dole actually enjoyed talking to voters And a lot of politicians don't frankly Daniel I wanted to make one simple question By what has authority is I'm not going to defame doctor Anthony Fauci But by what I saw the is he where did he get elevated so high he is not been a scientist for many years He is a rap He is a huge of bureaucrat You're right And he has a reputation to be honest Daniel I think that he's riding on a reputation that was well it may have grown a little old at times Right And I just I don't think that their death shots I don't think this was a conspiracy to kill human beings around the world But I still this guy has changed his skin color more than a chameleon He has done a terrible job of messaging and he should never ever ever ever ever have been involved with that Chinese laboratory There was no excuse for that If that wasn't against the law and I don't think it was but it should have been Back in the moment Get into the holiday spirit with some spirits This season blue man for Dini John Williams and Steve Bertrand will all share fun festive drink recipes using whisky acres and their award winning farm crafted whisky from to Cal See.
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"It's a Jim bohan and show welcome in DOM to your Dano pinch hitting for Jim tonight out of Philadelphia following me on Twitter love to have you do that at DOM show 1210 I happen to have former speaker new Kindred on my show today We were talking about his book beyond biding He sees it as a detour not a big change in America and we talked about the book talked about a couple things I'm going to replay that for you And in the middle of it he started laughing I asked him about vice president Harris And Biden and the idea of Biden quitting before the end of the term at Harris and he said no way But when it comes to Harris he says way he says there are any number of ways that he thinks she'll be gone from the vice presidency and we went through some of the people who might replace her Here's my interview with Newt Gingrich Speaker gin bridge thank you very much for joining us today More or less always great to be with you and if somebody born in high school it's already great to be talking to people in Philadelphia Well when you said the magic word I think I wish I were back there then where you ten going to city council pitching them on zoos It was at the age Yeah about ten years old and I went down there and talked to him and they were nice to me and I got pretty good coverage in the local paper because it was a late lazy August day and you know ten year old city council was a story back then Well I can imagine It was a much milder and safer world Right now Exactly Well when we take a look at Joe Biden here's one quote that I circled from the current book Biden's election is a detour not a turning point And I would argue I think that's right except if they get their way on the big Bill here than America changes How do you see that Well I think a lot of that stuff will be repealed by 2025 at the latest I don't think they're going to get the big Bill I've been going through it It is so bad that I think a lot of Democrats who loaded yes are going to get defeated When people learn all the different things that are in it And the real cost of the bill is about $4 trillion the people have worked and right there in Philadelphia didn't analysis And they said when you get through all the gimmicks it's about a $4 trillion bill at a time of massive inflation It's just going to increase the degree to which people don't like big government socialists and conclude that their model doesn't work And every time you fill up your gas tank or you go to buy food or you consider what the cost of heating this winner is going to be or you look at the 1 million 400,000 people breaking the law coming across the border or what just happened in walker Shaw and what's happening right now in San Francisco and San Jose where you have these mobs going in all in the open stealing robbing basically destroying civilization It's astonishing And I think people are going to demand very very dramatic bold change Well that ball changed though When I think of contract with America the brilliance of that the moment that you did that how that crystallized it the education issue is huge I was a little bit disappointed Republicans said the right thing but they're a rollout just saying they're with parents rights And I worry about that as far as the branding and the boldness of this to seize what obviously is there Well look I think parents rights is an important part of this I think frankly school choice is a big part of this And I think passing laws that block the kind of racist education that separates children by skin color the opposite of what reverend Martin Luther King called for when he said he cared about the content of your character not the color of your skin And I think that people are going to demand constant change including in the Philadelphia schools I mean you have government schools in Philadelphia that don't work very well You have a teacher's union the cares more about itself than it does about the children And these things have got to change We could never compete with China If we continue going down the road of not educating children not having them learn math not having been able to do really serious jobs it's just impossible And so I regard reforming education as a national security issue that is central to our ability to successfully compete with China Exactly Major thing for me in this book and ongoing with you election integrity and it cuts several ways particularly people get upset and start saying I'm not going to go out and vote They're going to fix it anyhow What are the principled things that you think have to be done on that front I think it's just two very straightforward things One is require people to be identified Virtually everybody has some kind of identity I mean it's insulting to suggest that African Americans or Latinos or Asian Americans can't figure out how to be identified Virtually all of them have either driver's licenses or some other method of identity And most states now will give you an identity if you don't have one So you can get an identity card for free to go vote Second count and this was a big lesson in Virginia which worked pretty well Count the absentee ballots in the mail in ballots first See if those numbers locked down so they can't go back later and add a few thousand extra votes And then you count the votes from election day And what they found in Virginia was that that eliminated most of the ability to steal votes Well it does It makes it that great unknown that's out there You're exactly right Beyond Biden is the book rebuilding the America we love What's the principle big idea here from duke Richard in this book Well into principle big ideas that we have very dramatic deep changes we need to make in our bureaucracies in our basic rules and getting back to the work ethic and that these are bigger than Joe Biden or Kamala Harris If they disappeared tomorrow morning we'd still face these huge challenges and we need to arouse the American people to decide that their country is worth saving and to put some muscle into getting the kind of reforms the kind of modernization we need if we're going to be a successful country for the rest of the 21st century You mentioned if they disappeared tomorrow a lot of scuttlebutt now I don't buy this but you're much closer to it I'm Joe Biden Yeah stepping down I never see that I would think he would try it I'm surprised Hillary didn't run this last time around Do you know if they're alive They're running I would be surprised if you were on at some point in the future again who knows So how do you analyze your Joe Biden Why would you step down Yes you have The White House you have camp David you have marine one You have Air Force One You get to go back and work to Wilmington by helicopter I mean life is good What's he going to gain by stepping down I don't think he'll do it I mean no matter how many times he falls asleep at international meetings no matter how many times if you guess what he's talking about in press conferences he's there He's a fact Now I do think that there are strong rumors that Kamala Harris may be forced out And that's a different kind of situation She doesn't have the power of the presidency Apparently I'm.
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"bohan" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Bohan wanted today and we're talking about identity theft because identity there Often times involves your name and your money. So we want to make sure you get the information you need to protect yourself and one of the things that people are using quite a bit. But today I mean from businesses to individuals. Years. Facebook So that's a big place to be scammed. And where I've seen it happen is a friend request. So you have to be careful of taking on or accepting all friend request physical they learned to scam your own friends. And if you're not paying attention, you know, I've seen a friend re friend. Request me and I'll send a message going. You have to be careful because you could be messaging The scammer, so text him. I said, Did you send me a new friend requests? No to see. Then that person could change their Facebook and Sometimes I'll change my password is I'm afraid, you know as well. So you really do have to be careful. And if you have a mom or dad on Facebook, I would get their password so you can check it every now and then. Just to make sure right. Yeah, that's a good point. Just back up. We are financial resource management. We how many years we've been in business 35 years, 35 years or more, And we have radio show. Every week is a lot of y'all know, we change our topic every weak enough that, you know, I'm sure there's people out there thinking like, what is this financial planning for him doing talking about identity theft, and this show is Mohr of a public service announcement. Just because we think it's an important topic, and we've had clients run into this issue before, and we've we've had to deal with unwinding some stuff and you know it Sze important as it relates to finances, and it's important as it relates to your personal information in your life. So we keep all of our shows archives on our website. 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But again, we have You guys are enjoying this public service announcement We're having today on cybersecurity identity theft. Some of these things are things that we've heard from our client. The fourth segment. We're going to give you Some things you might need to do, and some areas to go to to protect yourself. But another thing and my daughter, you know, call me about this, and some of her friends called me about this. That there was a letter that went to them about student long forgiveness. There's also scams around that. So be careful, young, You know, young adults are out there with student loans because There's again there's no free lunches. And you know I won't get off the hook for student loans. So be careful of that one that happened. Tio my husband's employees, Wass. His parents had gone to Paris or somewhere, and the calls were so Facebook Korean these days that we tell everybody when we're going to the bathroom when we're going to Do whatever. And we turned that locator own. And now the locator is put on Facebook that you're in Paris. Well, this these people call my husband's employees and said Wei have your parents and we're not going afraid them until you send X number of dollars where you came in my husband's office. He was white. He was his old face was white because he knew it was his parents and he couldn't get up with him. You know, and caution to go to another country is a lot harder to get in touch with people that travel like that. So when your parents older, like mine also, even if they're right on the streets hard to get in touch with Rob's, like, Look this This is a scam, and he's like, Oh, but I don't know. I don't know. And I want them to kill my pair. You say it was just real like heart wrenching. Yeah. Got reaching to walk is 99%. Thanks. Scam that little 1% Shoulder. Like what if this is really right, right? And I don't know anything about the resolution. I think they call I think Consulate or whatever, and was able to locate the you know, person peace of mind that they're gonna launch like, what are you doing doing? You know, to get under some big careful that because, you know, get somebody involved that can help you checking out. My husband has a very A level head on his shoulder. He doesn't panic over anything. So he was able to get things checked out for a good point there. One age of social media. You are putting yourself at risk. If you're like, Oh, my God, this trip ever be gone for two weeks and muzzle put your address in there and say hi to He's under the mat by most again in my house, breaking Security system's nowadays are great. I used simply safe in my house on it's fantastic. It's your second wife. I've got little cameras and I can see it from my phone or my house from my phone kind of stuff. But we talked about earlier. Keep mentioning Hackers and thieves and burglars and criminals are getting smarter and they're adapting to the advances in technology. Just quick signing. This isn't really related cyber security but I have a family friend. They lost their son prematurely. Unfortunately, he passed away. They had a funeral for him. And while the funeral was going on their house was robbed. Imagine the feeling now that that would you know, kind of still doesn't go do they do? Yes. I mean, there's a special place in hell for these people will search the obituary will see when the funeral is in a drive by the house and we know nobody's gonna be there. The whole family's going out..
"bohan" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Each month trial correspondent Linda canyon is on Capitol Hill attorney for president trump J. secular said why are we here are we here before this great body because since the president was sworn into office there was a desire to see him removed house impeachment manager Adam Schiff says it's all about the president's activities in Ukraine then you got to say that every future president can come into office and they can do the same thing we prepared to say that well that's why we're here opening arguments are now expected to last three days or twenty four hours total for each side corresponded Phil Mattingly reports Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell revised his resolution several Republicans made clear that they had issues with those two specific changes that ended up being may they had issues with compressing the trial in the two days they had issues with the fact that they were going to have to vote to admit the house evidence later on in the trial one resolution from Democrats has been blocked along party lines this afternoon I'm in Kate's the US has its first reported case of a new virus a Washington state man who visited Bohan China Dr Nancy Massenet the centers for disease control and prevention says the illness is starting to spread to other parts of the world right now close to three hundred people have been confirmed with this novel coronavirus in China and there had been travel associated introduction in Thailand Japan Taiwan and South Korea the twenty twenty census is officially under way in a remote area of Alaska census bureau director Steve Gillingham says it is taking place and toxic bay if we can get there the weather permits we landed the plane and it will be an ATV or perhaps a snowmobile and here they call snow machines so it's it's we're different the time and he will not be the dog sleds losses today on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled closing down one hundred fifty two points the S. and P. of nine the nasdaq down eighteen.
Iraq holds its first parliamentary election since IS defeat
"This is bob with newshour from the bbc world service iraq goes to the polls on saturday it's a country that has been smashed by successive wars since the nineteen eighties sectarian wars between shia and sunni muslims culminated in the rise of the jihadists of these i'm estate group who had defeated last year many iraqis are hoping that these elections will be a turning point that iraq can rally and reunite after the trauma of islamic state but sectarian tensions could be found again and the us and iran are deeply involved in iraq and the tension between them could affect iraq's precarious peace how middle east editor jerry bohan has been to mosul iraq's second city on the center of the fight against these logic state group.