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"brian thome" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"I'm gonNA coercion demand that you think a certain way and if there's if I wanna go watch Lebron James Play basketball I don't WANNA see black lives matter logos, which is associate with the killing afford Dallas police officers doing black lives, matter protest, and so if people stay in their lane and do what they're supposed to do then society functions better by staying in your lane and not supporting trump or supporting Obama or supporting Mitt Romney what you do is support the word of God and then these political considerations to decide can you smell when I'm cooking? I know what you're cooking smells wonderful to me bill. It sounds wonderful. I I also feel like for people who remind position we've gotta realize our country is incredibly divided, right? It's about fifty fifty. It's the Biden. So it's soon as I come out and I make some kind of statement. Around something political which I'm not against doing like if Guys there was there was a pastor well known pastor who tried to be in on the assassination plot of of Adolf Hitler. You know So I'm not saying he shouldn't do that. I mean if we have a president that gas in you know six hundred, million people or whatever it was six, hundred, thousand, I'm sorry I'm I'm on? I'm on the radio I'm getting getting all kinds of. I got six years. I'm not saying Sometime Bill Violence is the answer. Sometimes it is. Someone's beating your wife sometimes. So I'm not I'm not a hyper passive saying why won't speak up but here's the thing as soon as I speak up on something. Half the people aren't going to like it and I cut my influence in half I wanNA have the most influence as possible as a man of the cloth if you will as a pastor and when someone says, why aren't you want you speaking up about? More racial injustice stuff. Well, I spoke about it. But why don't you asking me to speak up about abortion? I I'm I'm adopted but I believe I can very easily could have been aborted people people want me to speak up on anything. They're excited about five advice up on on everything I'm excited about they wouldn't want that happened. So I've gotta say, what's my main thing? I want to get people to Jesus that's what I want anything else getting away. I'll let people like you and everybody else go down the rabbit trails that we need to have really seen discussion about this is not my lane I want Democrats go to heaven I want Republicans go to Heaven agnostics go to heaven I went those that don't care about politics. I mean half of is never vote in any election and we act if all of us are embroiled in these political conflicts between trump and biden. and that kind of stuff. But in reality, most of us live our lives in a simple way and I, my job is to comment publicly about the issues and pizza job is to make me, Godfather Pizza, and never the Twain shall well, we gotta run Brian Thome. Thanks for coming on. These are difficult times we need to hear from you more about how individuals got to stay in their lane and do what they're supposed to do, and then after that ministers pull their pants down or talk about politics or who to endorse are never gonNA make it. To, heaven the way God intended which is I want to come to underneath meet not just those who believe a certain political viewpoint but we gotta run and Brian Tomir the best and let's do it again as things become more turmoil, we gotta talk in September and October about the election and how that doesn't involve itself necessarily in religion. Well I'm happy to take a swing William always an honor to be with you Brian Thome. You're a great American God. Bless you and God bless crossroads. Thank you. All right let's continue with more Brian Thome. Your calls are next to five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, seven, hundred, eighteen t reds back tonight against Kansas, city, fortunately, it's the royals and not the chiefs on newsradio seven, hundred WWL W. Good. Always going to win it's always good when we win Broadcasting. More testimony the judge. Don Gentry. Matter. Gate say his got going you come into the snakes dead you're gonNA. Get Bit. These days. More action today now Kenton County Family Court judge the home of Rob Sanders. Attorneys things are. A good friend along with Boone County Zone Linda Tally Smith. Try those two together hanging in judges over there I, don't know but alleged a g proposition attorney. Catherine SCHOLTZ WHO's an attractive course female attorney it all began when she was sitting. I found the judge sitting on a bathroom floor with a profuse nosebleed. So I've been over to try to help her with nosebleed she grabbed me. And kissed me which I cooperated with. And then we stood up and had a glance in a moment. Don't ask you a question you've been with I'm sure the hot chicks like I have been all. Wife Fox, news yes sir. But I would you find attractive for a woman to be in a bathroom? Without a women. Roddy. Nur's. Kathryn Schultz's female or perverts. So she goes in to check on the judge and she is bleeding from the nose and pulls her in for a romantic kiss and what and then they had a moment. Why is that I know Tom I don't know the sidelines rock with the colts. Hot Chick and all of a sudden like one of the big stars, all of a sudden. Bleed and what are you go over and like try to hold his nose or something to say, Hey, hey, got your badge back. That's all you're not gonNA, kiss time for a warm in. Britain not. You. Have a moment now cared for a moment. Right there in the bathroom or does that Later. The question. So Catherine Solti for an attorney posted said, she received a message from judge Gentry on snapchat asking her to go to a conference a legal conference for family. Court matters in Louisville to quote arth have sex with Stephen. Me Steve is her minister slash employees defend rose. Was Stephen Penrose. Penrose worked on Gentry's case. I bet as a specialist more ways than one was her former pastor.

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"brian thome" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

08:01 min | 1 year ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"All? Coming up in about one hour is Brian Tones. Good Friend Governor, Mike DeWine. Five forty tonight reds baseball kicks off again, but until then the reverend the right reverend. Brian Thome, welcome again to the bill, Cunningham show and Brian Thome of crossroads. How are you? William I. AM great I i. wish the government was my good friend. I wish I've met the governor, but I have not met him. Women. I can set that up you. WanNa talk with him. Man I think enough people giving him. I. Don't think I would help him at all. We're back friendly again because we got sideways couple months, but now we've talked off the air and he's coming on with me whenever I want I'm going to get him on at some point here. He's on a lot anyway on I. WANNA, probe is mind to see what he's thinking because the fatality rate in Ohio is well under one hundredth of one percent. That the Taliban and Kentucky's well less than one hundred one percent by historical models and standards. Were doing a fabulous job and making sure that few people catch and when they do catch it. They're treated ninety nine point. Eight percent of the people who contracted survive unlike many other flus and viruses. You might recall that. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, eight, nine, hundred, sixty, nine, hundred and ten thousand Americans died of the Asian flu in there was a couple articles in. In the new. York Times saying be careful, but in today's numbers that'd be two hundred thousand churches didn't shut down. Schools didn't shut down businesses. Shut down. We simply got on a life I was at Xavier at the time. I can recall be careful. There's a nasty strain of the virus out there. You can recall one thousand, nine, hundred, eighteen, thousand, nine, hundred nineteen. When the Doboy came marching home from world, War One. Six hundred, seventy five thousand Americans died of the Spanish flu, which equates to point two million Americans today. No business is shut down. Those schools didn't shut down. People going on with their life. So can you tell me? I say I would be interesting if you ask. Governor Ryan, I think one of the interesting points brought up. That I'm not sure how I feel about it the equating. Corona Virus Covid. Nineteen Spanish flu remember that neck press conference a couple of weeks ago. You said Now that seems like a stretch to me I mean president trump has his grandfather walk home from from being out one night. He had a cough. That's morning. He was dead now. That was Spanish flu serious. I have haven't. Spanish flu began nineteen, nine, thousand, nine, hundred nineteen, and killed about fifty million Americans of the five, hundred, million, affected, nine, hundred, eighteen pandemic, so ten ten percent mortality rate mortality rate for the for this flu is something less than three percent. Once when separated what happened, but why it was so bad that flu previously only killed juveniles in the elderly, already weakened, it began striking down hardy, completely healthy young adults who would go to work in the morning healthy and return, and they would die at night and. When that happened. Nineteen, eight, thousand, nine, thousand, nine, hundred, and I've read some of the enquirer stories and the Post. We had several newspapers at the time. There was never an effort by the governor of the president. At that point, you might recall a woodrow Wilson was in the White House to react to it other than to say be careful, so what has happened mentally? And what you're doing is consistent at crossroads to what many other institutions are doing. You're not the lone ranger Try to get communion at a Catholic churches. Difficult Catholic churches are largely emptied out and you. You can't go there the malls. So what you're doing is similar. So what's happening mentally? Between one thousand, nine, hundred, eighteen, nineteen, fifty-six with the so-called Asian flu that killed a lot more. Americans than are dying with this. Eisenhower's in the White House note, no one shutdown anything and then sixty eight sixty nine was pretty serious, and we didn't react the way we're acting now, even though these conditions are much better than those other pandemics why we doing that. Well I think we know more scientifically now than we did back when I mean we're. We're a bit more intelligent and that's. That's a big thing. Who knows what the numbers of be right now? If we were acting the way of when active nineteen eighteen, we understand that that's that's the black hole run again, but as a leader we I'm processing a couple of things one is that we just don't know how bad it would be. If leaders have institutions weren't taking measures. We're taking right now. Shoot Fourteen fourteen marlins. The baseball team came down with it. You know just. Know yesterday. I'll tell you what when Major League baseball the NCAA the. NFL The NHL who exist to make money. That's why they don't entertain us. They exist to make money when they're shutting down their seasons. That says something so I think as leaders we just. We don't want to put people needlessly in harm. That's one aspect. The second aspect bill is a leader. You can only take people as far as they want to go. Any a counselor. A counselor can only take somebody who's got issues as far as they want to go. And our governor and CEO's wherever it passers, we can only take people as far as they WANNA go and people for whatever reason valid blowing out of proportion I. I think it's highly highly valid are very very afraid very very afraid and do not want to go out into the world. They do not want to get back to normal they they don't want it. They fear. That's that's just where the statistics show. That's where people people people are on. No question, we gotta reactor that you know and you were too young, but in sixty eight, sixty nine, when we had the most recent pandemic of serious quality and affected everybody other stuff was going on in the Vietnam War was going on riots in the cities are going on, and so this was his one other disaster that happened, but it wasn't covered as a disaster was covered as flu and right now this is. is covered differently. If social media did not have social media existed then the way it does now probably be completely different, and it may use the term. Only one hundred fifty thousand Americans have died. If you're one hundred fifty thousand, it's a total loss, but compared to other pandemics. It's much less because of what we've done. Which is shutting things down and across odes? If you would say okay, we're opening up in September. You all hell would break loose. The population probably wouldn't accept it crossroads, and those who did come there and got sick. You'd be blamed for the death of the injury. While, not only would all hell breaks, loose and culture, which that's a whole nother sociological. Can't I'd love to talk about some time, not only. Would there be unbelievable. Peer pressure bought. We would be spending all of our staff resources, all of our volunteer resource, and all of our energies on she no fumigating on cleaning on masks on enforcing six feet apart on all, we'd be turning Sunday morning ministry model upside down, and we'd be doing it for about twenty percent of the people used to come across those so just not a good division of Labor we. We've got labor elsewhere. I think that I think that this is a permanent change. Bill I know. You said that I think months ago James, a permit I sent a month ago and I'll say it again. Yeah, right now. Remember Bird, flu and SARS. Mother still no, yeah, there's no vaccines for those. So this one who knows if there's going to be a vaccine for this? We. We keep hoping out hope, but we keep hoping there's going to be back same. A while this is going to be around and and America is so afraid of this thing that I don't see our.

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Continue with more aligned becomes available. It should never does. Eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up later Steve gorham about the climate alarmist and how the floods and the tornadoes are not Representative global warming. And also later on his the Reverend Jesse Lee Peterson about the breakdown of society in Los Angeles. Let's continue with more Bill Cunningham, the great American live with you every Sunday night. Join me and more about one of six my guests in studio will be Brian Thome of crossroads on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl demille. News, traffic, and weather News Radio seven hundred w ELL jelly Cincinnati good Sunday evening. This is the eleven thirty report. I'm rob carpenter. The forecast from the nine first warning weather center. The mice latest storms that will fade during the overnight lows around sixty six Monday showers around first thing in the morning and into the early afternoon. It's going to be breezy day, mostly cloudy and clearing late in the day. Highs near seventy five from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning meteorologists, Sherry Hughes, NewsRadio seven hundred w l w early seventy one degrees as rain continues to fall throughout the Tri state police continuing their investigation after shots fired early this morning in lower price hill. Shots were heard at around two forty five this morning and the six hundred block of knee once on scene. Police locating the victim and pronouncing him dead at the scene. Police identifying the victim is thirty nine year old Sean hope police have arrested. And the von taste though in the shooting death of Mr. snow. A former president returning to his hometown church to teach Sunday school less than a month after suffering, a broken hip, former president Carter used a Walker to get to the front of the packed house, mayor NAFTA Baptist church Sunday.

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:34 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Center dot com hotline, Brian Thome, welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show, Brian how are you William? I am fantastic on the long until I can get promoted from cardinal. Well, I don't know about you know, of course, I love the pope. But he's now funding a legal immigrants coming here from Central America, which I don't like. But nonetheless, I think cardinals pretty good aspirated for you, isn't it. I mean and your branch of Christianity there aren't cardinals and bishops correct? Not there's nothing we can really aspire to so guys aspire to generally grow church large or get a book publishing contract. So all of us have guys gotta feel some way that we feel like we're progressing lice. Do you sense? Because of what's happening Christ's church. New Zealand what happened in Sri Lanka? What happened California your religious later? You're in a large facility, you're in a building. Do these things weigh on your mind as you begin services? It should say that started the one of our services we can on Saturday. And my back was to the audience was looking at a screen showing video. We're looking at my back with the audience, and I could steal somebody coming up on stage because I the shave with the stage was shaking little bit. And so, yeah, my initial thought was my gosh, summa cum here getting me I turned around. And fortunately was it was the staff member is going to tell me something. But yeah, yeah. Definitely crosses crosses my mind. I'm not living in fear over it. But there are a lot of crazy people in crazy people like attention. So they can go to someplace where a lot of people are going to try to get attention that way. One of the things we do though. Bill crossroads we found with this oaks is it's soon as there is a show of force people stay away or they kill themselves. Right. That is that is the one thing that all these situations. If there's a show force, then you're going to be fine. So that's why we have a lot of we pay a lot of Cincinnati police officers to be full uniform and around wearing their guns. Just because when you see them, you think, okay, I'm not gonna give do much here. Well, you know, Sri Lanka had that terrible event on Easter Sunday, which the terrorists picked the most sacred day of the year and Catholocism Christianity to do that. And there's been much comment in Sri Lanka's, some of which I read online from the BBC about so many Sri Lankans have kind of lost their faith because they're thinking why would God permit? This to happen on Easter Sunday much less any other day of the week. And so. This past Sunday yesterday. They did mass on it. Did it online? They didn't do it live. There may be a while before the churches are open again. And so when I think about what happened to the sixty year old Jewish woman who was murdered on Saturday in. I'm sorry lesson and last night and a Saturday in San Diego the last day of Passover, the comment arises in my mind since God knows everything God knows God. God knew the bombers putting together facilities in order to murder three hundred and thirty five innocent Christians, as they were worshiping or attending a Easter buffet. He knew what was going on. He knew in his heart. What was happening with that? White Ray white racists, nineteen year old teenager in California when he went into the synagogue with the idea of killing many because we're now learn is his era fifteen jam and he he couldn't do what he wanted to do. Well, why would God almighty allow bombmakers? To proceed for several weeks to kill three hundred and thirty five innocent people. Why would he do that? Well, things I'd say that I is God had blessed each of us enough to give us free will have a choice. None of us want to be a robot. None of us want to be that God gives free will and choice. We're living in with the downside of people are gonna use that to hurt us. That's always a pleasure. I the second thing I'd say the person who is under saying they've lost their face. I would say the person, respectively, we have somebody from Sri Lanka first-generation show on on our border, crossroads. I would say it says this bombings caused me lose my faith. I would say dude, he already lost your faith you lost. If you thought your face was about you having beliefs and having a nice life. That is not the Christian faith. I read the bible of Christian faith in the bible is about suffering. It's about turmoil. It's about persecution up being strung up on the cross it's about being on a ship. And getting shipwrecked and sharing your faith. It's about doing the difficult things. And so if you if you're shot that something bad happened. You do you've already lost your faith. And this is also part of the reason why Christianity our country is so anemic in so girly. We've reduced it to the set of moral principles in my life should go well in God's just dip is little sugar finger my life and starring it around, and if my life is the way I wanted and there is a God. Okay. That's okay. To believe that understand. That is not Jesus that is not Jesus, and that is not the movement, but his followers started that swept over the entire globe. And it's been the most influential thing that the world has ever encountered Jesus said in the in the New Testament, it says you're enjoying the same suffering that your brothers are around the world. And so I'm thankful I'm in a country where I'm not dealing with suffering. I doubt my pain. Sometimes I think everyone, I know those great in the bible has suffering from their faith. I'm not getting any suffering with my faith. I get some politicians who don't like my face. I'm not getting any suffering from my faith. We in America. Are unbelievably blessed in unique that we're the only believers, well, one of the very few places where you can be a believer, not get persecuted. Because truth matters, it's always happened. And it is happening right now all over the world, and it will always happening, and that's a living vibrant, faith. Brian Thome on Easter Sunday about eight days ago. The New York Times published an article that said that religious membership in faith in America is at a all time low. I mean, we were founded by religious individuals who were fleeing persecution. But but the article is said, especially in the black community that churches are empty when I attend mass. Probably the average age is about sixty or sixty five years old, so many churches are emptied. When I when I grew up Saint Vincent Ferrara was vibrant community, Saint Gertrude vibrant community Saint John's deer park was vibrant schools and all those places Saint savior All Saints just within about two miles of where I'm broadcasting from. There was large numbers. Hundreds maybe a few thousand school children in Catholic schools. Now does not the case anymore and Judaism. And I think the only where the Christian faith is growing as Africa in China. Western Europe, the more or less. The birthplace of Christianity is becoming museum museum. No one attends church anymore. Notre Dame cathedral was viewed as a tourist destination. Not notice a place for worship. Why is it that we live in an age where this so few individuals who care about religion? Well, you you're completely right? Sociologists are very clear on this in the western world faith is on the decline. And I mean states as far as checking the box of being an alignment with the religion in Europe. It's one and a half percent of that population is affiliated with church and goes to church on any basis at all wouldn't have percent. Now, interestingly enough in America Bill, while our faith attendance patterns or decreasing. They're going down down dooby doo down down they heard totaling down. Now. I just saw study by the by Harvard was released. I was in the federalist magazine, but Harvard did the study where they actually found that hardcore Christian belief in our country is going up. It's going up going down is the main lines at observations, the mainline denominations, the most part have made all their beliefs to be digestible by everybody, whatever. But whatever culture believes mainland's it on nations. For the most part if changed their belief structures mainland nations of have crafted and change their face statements to be palatable to the masses. And as that's happened. People have flocked out of their churches in droves irrelevant. But as Harvard showed in their place is popped up a lot of faith institutions of this is Christianity when with new Christian churches, whether it is new people meeting in homes that actually the numbers show, the people who are very vibrant in their Christian faith that population is on the upswing. It's just people who are checking the box because they were Christian don't have any more time for you. And your group came here about ten years ago twelve years ago. Twenty two twenty two. Are you? Sure, I moved here. Ninety five or services or ninety six or per service at twenty three man ridiculous. How many people attended your first service? First service was four hundred fifty then by the third week. It went down to like one ninety eight that normally happens. They start a new church, and then we we just been gradually building from week three one hundred ninety eight to what is today. What is it today? Approximately how many human beings if you're talking in buildings.

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:10 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Coming up after one o'clock, today's Mogens good friend. The honorable Reverend Brian Thome about what happened in California continues to happen throughout the nation after two o'clock today. Another one is good friends. Brian Hamrick of the power five will be here to talk about the homicides for them seemingly in in Westchester, a wife, a mother a father in an auntie all murdered and we soon by gunshots. News conferences are being held as we speak so Brown hammer. Go beer, two o'clock to talk about that. But until then your good friend and mine ager mo-, welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show. Mojo, are you? I'm good where we will drop sitting here keeping a low profile last night, as you know, I was on the air and about seven thirty quarter lay down was watching a show on ESPN with Todd mcshay. And and Mel kiper the other gurus the experts kind of like you when Lance get together. Those guys know everything they and they were. Breaking down on a two hour show. The various conferences the divisions. They came to the AFC north. So the first thing they do is break down the Cleveland draft who's coming who's going at eight players come in nine players going. They talked about the quarterback beggar may feel about Oto Beckham. And who else they got coming in? Then then spent about five or six minutes on the Steelers. They're losing this lose the locker rooms getting better. They had a wonderful drastic came in spent five or six minutes on the Baltimore Ravens. This is Jackson second year. He's got to grow to become better. And these players raven come and going, and then Mel kiper, then said well next up is the Bengals they looked at each other. They kind of snickered and said, let's go to the south. So they break down the Browns the favorites they break down the Steelers and how getting rid of these two players go make a big difference. Then they go to the ravens Lamar Jackson. Then they Mel kiper literally said what about the Bengals they looked at each other a panel of six kind of laughed and said, let's go to the NFC south. Now, what does that tell you? You know, Willie? You're going to spend a lot of time over the next year and a half talking about the twenty twenty presidential election. Right. I think so. Yes. And there's going to be all these Democrats running correct twenty right? So you're going to have twenty Democrats. Now, you're probably going to spend a lot of time on Joe Biden. Right. Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders. One of those two will be the nominee. You're not going to spend a lot of time on mayor Peter some of the people lower on the list of potential candidates, correct likely. Not I think there's the same thinking there with the NFL draft. Look the Cleveland Browns might be the most intriguing team in the NFL right now. And you know, the Pittsburgh Steelers obviously were disappointing last year. But they've obviously been a team that's been in the crosshairs on the public this season and the Bengals have had. And and you can argue this maybe isn't the worst thing they've had kind of a boring off season and projections debates over under for this team is right around six games. And so I can understand why they're maybe not gonna spend as much time on the bench. Guls? But that doesn't mean they had a bad weekend. And I think in many respects, they actually did have a pretty productive NFL draft. They didn't necessarily go into erection. I wanted to see them go in. But I think when you look at what they did from pure player acquisition standpoint there is there are some things to like about what they did. So you're saying that if I spend my time presidentially talking about John Delaney, her tell C Gabbard or Mike gravel are John Hickenlooper or Jay Inslee or Amy klobuchar or Wayne mess him or Seth Moulton. I might be wasting my time. I would say that. Yes. And you know, a heck of a lot more about that stuff than I do the Bengals look this doesn't mean that they should be ignored. But there's. The last place. They're ignoring it was it wasn't just being ignored. It was like snickering. They were snickering. Someone said Zack Taylor, and they kind of snickered I think that's also a function of this wasn't the sexiest rat. Look they took a tackle with their first round pick. Not a household name their second round choice. They traded down for someone that a lot of people would go on Saturday. Drew sample. Not a sexy pick third round linebackers. Typically, don't lead the conversation. They got one in Germain Pratt. They didn't draft a a big name wide receiver. Even the quarterback today. Got I think is a little bit more anonymous than some of the other guys we talked about them maybe drafting on Thursday like Dwayne Haskins. And so I get it. It's frustrating when you watch your show like that you're a Bengals fan you want to hear what the Bengals now. But but from a macro standpoint if you were to list one fruit thirty two from a national standpoint the teams that are attracting the most interest right now the Bengals. Probably in the lower third, and maybe even deeper down about an that. When you have taken Dwayne Haskins over Jona Williams, because of course, the problem is on the defensive side of the ball the Bengals the worst defense in the league kind of like the reds have the best worst offense in the league. If we got the Bengals in the rich together, you might have a team, unfortunately, the reds can't hit and the Bengals can't stop anybody. But why do you wanna they dominate when I look at the the seven or eight picks the Bengals have had most are offensive players. Most of them are authentic players. And I think that's more of a function of lack of depth at linebacker. You know, the top two obviously, the board by the time the Bengals came up on Thursday night at number eleven this is not a team. And most teams I like this. They're not going to take a guy just because he plays a certain position. They're going to go by their board and take the best available player. I think you can take some solace in the fact that they are least added to linebackers. The guy got into third round remain Pratt. Some believed could could maybe play himself into a second round pick. They got him in the third round. They added two guys at that position. They had to address the offensive line. They did that. But getting back to your original question. I'm sitting there on Thursday night, Dwayne Haskins has fallen to them at number eleven and I'm begging them to draft him. And number one. I think he has a chance to be really really good number two team already has a quarterback. And so you don't need to throw Dwayne Haskins to the wolves. When he's probably not ready. But the biggest I think you, and I have talked about this the biggest question hovering over this franchise is. What are they going to do with Andy Dalton and probably not in two years? But next year he has two years left on his deal. He's under a very team friendly contract. No, guaranteed money. And I look at it from Andy standpoint, I see some of the money that guys like Kirk cousins of nine for Nick foles, and I go, you know, what I'm not gonna find a team friendly deal. I want more money the quarterback markets exploding. If you're the Bengals do you give that money to him, or do you have somebody who might be his term replacement Dwayne Haskins for me, the answer would have been. Yes, he threw fifty touchdown passes. He their offense as much as, you know, people talk about urban Meyer's offense not really being that friendly to developing pro quarterbacks they ran a little bit of a different attack this year. I thought Dwayne Haskins carried that team. He was the Rosebowl MVP. He's had twenty eight school records in just one year. I think he has the makings of a guy armed talent to be a really really good pro the Bengals decided to take tackle. Instead. That makes it all the more likely is going to get a contract extension then on Friday. The cardinals traded. Josh Rosen to the Miami Dolphins for the forty eighth overall pick the Bengals at the forty second overall, pick logic would dictate it if they would've offered Arizona the forty second pick they would have been inclined to send Josh Rosen. Cincinnati. He was a top ten pick last year a guy who fifteen sixteen months ago, some thought to be the number one overall pick the Bengals said no to that. That pushes you to being a little bit more likely to signing. Andy Dalton they didn't take Lamar Jackson and address last year. So I it's interesting because I think in many respects they had a productive weekend. But if you're looking at this team thinking that the one thing that might anchor then is the limitations of their quarterback. Then this weekend has to make you think that they're going to lock into him long-term locking him beyond two thousand twenty and the way they do things chances. Are that extension is gonna come sooner than people think maybe not this off season? But I'm guessing. Next off season that suddenly becomes a priority. Because if it's not Andy Dalton and I know they took a quarterback in this year's draft. Ryan finley's projected to be a backup. If it's not Andy Dalton then who's it going to be? And I was hoping the answer to that question was going to be Dwayne Haskins. The big question of in early before. I talk about your read. So you prepared for the big question. I'm ready. What is worse than the Bengals defense or the reds offense? If you. The reds offense as being at the bottom of the league or the Bengals defense which to is. Which of the two is worse. Well, I'll say the Bengals because they have a lot of guys on this team that I don't expect to be all that good. Now, they've got some players who have obviously been very very goodness league on that side of the ball, Gino Atkins Carlos Dunlap. But there's they they've been bad at linebacker for a long time. There's some issues with the pass rush. I believe by the end of the season, you're going to look at the numbers, and you're going to see Joey Votto and you heinous while razz putting up pretty decent totals. Yes. Yelp league is never been a huge average hitter. But he's gonna hit the ball out of the ballpark, especially here. The question for me is by the time that starts to happen company. Well, pitched games they have wasted. And does the the starting pitching as a whole regress back to the meat a little bit. And by the time that happens coming two games out of first place in the wildcard. Are. They going to be. Twenty or thirty. Now, you're kinda poet. And I'm kind of a realist, I look at the red schedule that I'm a poet your opponent Maria list. The reds are eleven and sixteen. I look at the numbers and Lebanon sixteen he'd take away those eight consecutive losses. They're eleven and eight. So I look at look at the reds has eleven and eight not eleven sixteen because I don't count those eight consecutive losses..

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:52 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"What are you do right to take two hundred lives in the eighty thousand on a typical Sunday thirty five thousand why people are not interested in a religious BS that happens in our country. People are not interested in about. How many angels dancing ahead of people are not interested in church in church getting into politics? People are not interested in a lot of the stuff that churches are interested in normal. People have normalized like saying, you know, what if I can come someplace, and you can help me understand God, you can help me get to God. You can help me have something transcendent. It would help my life. I got time for that. And we have fewer and fewer institutions in our country that are doing that. But the ones that are there's no lack of people wanting to attend to be engaged. Do you ever? Do you ever get nervous before you go onstage? I've only been there once and I was there for that Christmas thing, which I thought was fabulous. But do you get nervous? When you go on stage is Brian Thome still say, oh my God. What am I going to say? Do you ever have those gbs I feel I don't feel nervous that I'm gonna do. Okay. Because by this point is like you build you you feel nervous before you turn on the microphone on the radio. No. Yeah. I don't feel nervous that nervous. But I do still have a thing of on representing God. I'm speaking for God here. I better get this, right? Speaking for me. You're speaking for Jesus Christ you better get right? It right. Exactly. Exactly I do have that regularly. And and I'm glad I have that. If I didn't have that that'd be pretty unhealthy. Do you see something in the culture when I watched CNN other news outlets? They seem to be saying something wrong in American something sick. And look into my left right now crime increase among white nationalist. Do you sense? There's some sickness in our society different than it was twenty thirty forty one hundred years ago, or do you think this is an anomaly with the rash of of whether it's goes shootings or church shootings or synagogue or mosques, what happened in a Sikh temple in Michigan? Did you think this is an anomaly or think it's well covered there for wh what's your thought on that? Really? You ask these questions opinion, as it is opinion. I think the shootings. Some people would say that they're different in percentage than they had been the past hard for me to believe that. But even even it was the same as always there are so many other social indicators that we're losing it as a society shooting very concerning. But whenever your take on that there's ten others that you can't explain away, and they only building and frequency and the only building inside lack of marriage. Track and fathers in the home. You know, when when I when I was nineteen or twenty whoever you were dating at that point. You got married for good or bad penny. I had no idea what we had no idea we had no money, which is it was time to get married. And now, no one marries eighteen nineteen twenty. They delay having children proliferation of abortion fathers, not into homes welfare from the state. Six million jobs are unfilled because Americans don't have the scale southern border being rushed by hundreds of thousands of people. And I look at this, and I'm going my God, we need a revival in this country more than ever before you're totally with you on another one. Another one is male passivity, the passivity of our American men is life when I have an Instagram account. And I posted a question saying, okay, ladies, anything, you wanna know about man, let me know. And so today have been fielding questions that leave about about men and gosh, the number of questions about why. My wife. My man commit to me, why will long and it's like guys guys. Don't understand our cultures telling is right now. Be single as long as you possibly can. Because the longer the waiter freedom do exactly the opposite. The sooner you can find somebody suitable to marry NASA soulmate suitable the series. The better your life will be because see. Accomplish way way more the fact that our culture doesn't understand this when this has been clear for us from seventeen seventy six and for every ancient culture, everything when the we think that we are different to the rules that we think that we're the ones that are going to break out of that in our life is better. No, no, no, none of us won't be in the wrong side of history. If you think your life is a man is going to be better single, you're on the wrong side of history, and our culture showing. No question man's got to be men. Women have to be women were equal. But we're different each of gender has an assignment do this don't do that. And when you start blurring the images men are knocked down new I hear in the media constantly that white men are the problem. There's a whiteness factor that somehow if your skin color is white, and if you're a man, you're a rapist, you're sexist. You're a misogynist all those things men. Don't want to commit and I have many girl in many women that I know twenty five to forty years old. That can't get a man to commit. They don't want to commit because society tells men do not be a man don't do that. Correct. Exactly. You know, before nineteen hundred done a bunch of research wrote a book on man recently. Four nineteen hundred. We even hear of the phrase adolescence in every ancient culture in every society. And every corner of the globe is soon as a man could have an erection in an Jackie Latian. Everyone townships that you're a man will today. It's like we expect is from the H H thirteen to thirty the idiots down to not take responsibility. We expect them to not be able to make commitments expect them to have a vision for the life. And you know, what we all rise a little of our expectations. If we're going to believe the lie that young males have a period of being irresponsible guests, we'll keep taking your responsibility. And we'll keep stretching it out Brian tell them, you're a great American. But I pray for those four individuals a son came home last night and found his wife murdered his mom and dad murdered and his auntie murdered. There's a murderer loose simmer in Westchester. So we need to pray for that family. The Sikh family that is hurting so badly today, and we'll be hurting for a long time. Time to come. Amen. I will do that Bill Thome. You're a great American. God bless you. Thank you. William. Let's continue with more your comments. If any men be a man on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl demille. Just.

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:47 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Have learned to cheat Dwayne is that right? Is it possible to cheat in a marathon? See what Wayne Pullman found out tonight at eleven on local twelve local twelve the weather already. Cincinnati's? Most watched weather team always tracking. The storm's path for your community. Heavy rain is going to be something that has got to be on a lot of folks mind, always pinpointing hour by hour. Looks like a bulk of that heavy rain will miss us. Always alerting you too dangerous road conditions. Trust local twelve local twelve dot com and the weather app. Always staying ahead of the storm keeping your family safe, local, twelve as the weather. You hide that food king digs for answers. Local twelve investigative reporter twain Poelman when he exposed that. Food tastes change until I reach out to you. No one was listening trust, Dwayne Poelman, local twelve investigates. It's a good day for a skyline three way feeling good. It's skyline time. Luckily Cunningham in about thirty minutes run at Brian Thome here. Crossroads about the events happening in and around synagogues, churches, mosques and other places. Plus what happened last night while I was on the air Sunday night in Westchester township. Westchester police chief Joel Herzog addressed the news conference earlier today in which he said there were four dolts that were murdered inside a apartment building wintry drive about nine forty pm on Sunday night and the four killed or three women in a man all adults. There's been media accounts that they are all of Indian descent and they own the store in the area and the sun came in. And who was on the nine one one tape that you've heard and he's the one thousand nine one one. Very distraught. About what's going on? According to media accounts, his wife, his mother, his father and his auntie all murdered bleeding out. He's the one that dial nine one one. There was early speculation. It was a suicide homicide, but that does not appear to be the case that somehow someone went in there and killed these four belts. They were all living in the apartment together along with minor children. So we'll see what happens. So we're going to have on Brian Hamrick of channel five in about an hour and a half to talk about the latest in this it appears a mass murderer loose somewhere in Westchester and one half to assume that they're connected that the murderer specifically targeted these four people for some reason that completely unknown at this point. So I know the Sikh temple is going to have a a service tonight. I've known several six over the great people, and those.

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Of our American citizen, including the snail darter fish, if you offend the snail darter fish, what can stop dams all over the west the four way to the federal government will come against you. If you heard a snail darter fish, however, if you heard developing baby, you'll be given constitutional protection. Not her the snail daughter fish, William I learn something new every on your show got the snail darter, fish and see how valuable that damn thing is. Questions for me about sports politics world capitals. Something gets confused. You over the years. I do. I am confused. I'm confused over. Why you see can't get past the first round. And why we're we've not signed Mick Cronin to a longer term contract already. Eat any on either one of those two topics. I would love to have I'll say this. The powers that be at UC determined September October November of last year that they did not want Mick Cronin to stay and they offered him a contract extension with less money on it. Then he was presently making to encourage him to leave. And then he goes out and has one of the most successful seasons with one of the worst teams. He's had they won twenty eight games including a championship game. Then of course, lost in the first round, which is the same thing. Bob Huggins did for the last nine years of the Huggins regime. You never got past the second round. And so Mick Cronin by objective standards. Should be here. The next ten to fifteen years, but the powers that be the rich guys that control you see and Mike Boni athletic director. They want Mick Cronin gone, which leads me to believe and Mick Cronin's gotten the message that you're not welcomed here. And I say be careful what you wish things could get a whole lot worse. Totally. We have a great basketball team every year. We're we feel like we're in it. It's great conversation for us. We have a lot to cheer. And boy at does make me concerned about the prospect of starting from scratch, and if we got somebody else who knows even how long they'd say, we don't want to Xavier situation wants to be shows any sign of undergone. And why do we think the universe is going to be any different that we've got a guy who loves being here who doesn't bring shame. When the city who who raises some really really guys. It's a good deal. Man. Now last night one minute remaining, Brian Thome are women radioactive I find out six or seven years ago. Vice president Joe Biden who politically I may disagree with put his hands on a woman shoulder from behind kissed the back of her hair six or seven years later. She's her name is Sanchez. She's on the NBC today's show complaining about an unwanted kiss on the back of my hair. And she was at that point thirty eight years old or do you treat women like the radioactive today because of fear what happens in five or ten years? Well, I don't know what was happening with with. Joe Joe like, I know him. What's happening or not happening? I I just know that all of us who run organizations or having a lot of conversations are having a lot of. Gosh, just a lot a lot. Lot of fear. A lot of paranoia about Jerry. You can't touch your woman. You're. Loan with a won't be alone. With a woman it's been years. In my quote, unquote industry. There's a lot of guys there's not even they're not even not going to be alone with the woman, they're not going to be alone with a man because the indictments coming from the other side as well, just we are we're in incredibly sexually charged country. And we we were not taking hold of ourselves at the top spot really is. Well, I think women are radioactive I'm afraid to win. I like, I'm not afraid of women. I just it'd be a little bit more careful, Brian tell them you're a great American, and I'll put you on the list for my wife to call sometime in the afternoon. The end of this week. You're on a perilous Bill be praying for you this afternoon and ongoing until that procedures done. God bless America. Brian bill. Thank you very much. Let's continue with more. Billy Cunningham seven hundred wwl demille.

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:00 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"More line becomes available. Eight six six six four seven seven three three seven BuzzFeed fake. News Cup cat students. Misbehaving on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial fake news. People bought it for twenty four hours. Now, the story is falling apart joining you, and I knew and I now is ECU medical preacher, a minister, Brian Thome of crossroads also author of five marks of a man and Brian Thome. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show, Brian. How are you? William fantastic, great to be with you. But I wish it was under better circumstances. And hardly ever is many times you understand about toxic masculinity. And I want to share with you the definition of toxic masculinity. Given to us by the Huntington post to see if this applies to to manage general men to you know, or the boys at cub cath, according to the experts, Brian Thome. Toxic Masjun identity is any male identified as such whom subscribes the sexes ideas about the inherent submissiveness or need to own a control female identified persons and are willing to use violence, intimidation and social shaming techniques to perpetuate these ideas and the system of force female subservience, unquote. So when I read that definition, I have no idea what they're talking about. But because he's boys Covington Catholic is going Covington Kentucky because they were white male Catholic pro-life where an MAGA hats make America. Great again, hats, Trump, hats, the media assumed that they behaved a certain way. So when you look at a man today, the media assumes that you're toxic and your masculine how true is that? It's not true at all. I mean, we need great great men. And of course, of course, there are men who are behaving badly. Of course. There are man. I wouldn't even call men in my book. I call them boys because there are fifteen year old men, and there are also forty five year old boys. So our culture certainly has its share of males behaving badly who aren't men at all. They're just boys, but that is not the standard for who. Men. Are men have been protectors from the beginning of time men have been honorable people. And I think that we need in our country our culture to call males to a higher level of living a higher level of of existence, which isn't quite invigorating. Unfortunately is not getting very much. Bob press time today when I watch television series of one type whether it's the Gillette commercial or watch the depiction of men on television. They're always bumbling fools in idiots. The smart person is always maybe someone homosexual or someone female. It's never a white male Christian is very smart. They're always stupid and the stereotype, I guess must be broken down. And so as a man, I'm equal to my wife, but we're different different roles. It's just when you're in a marriage it just divides up almost outta medically. Who does what? And when someone does it and we help each other get through life. And so when cub can't happened. Now, it's come out the stories falling apart. What is your sense of the original precepts of the story that fit the media narrative? But now the story is falling apart. Did you ever? See your thoughts on the Covington Catholic incident. Well, I watched a video that was gosh was it was a long video thirty minutes to an hour long play video starting with, you know, a a Jewish an African American of African American Jewish group, which was I've been to Israel about ten times, I've interacted with a lot of Jews, and these folks were not anything like the Jews that I know, and I'm not talking about their skin color and talking about their gosh, they're Radic they were incredibly offensive and incredibly gosh, damaging to everybody who was around calling the kids products of incest and calling out one of the young African American students at covenant Catholic for for just being with the wrong. People just utterly ju just bad bad bad. Some fact that was that was watching it. I know the one of the things that men are is protectors. Boys are predators in these black Jews is this group that they were calling themselves. They were predators. They were praying. On young males. Who, unfortunately, we're in way way over their head now is actually waiting for someone to protect these kids. I'm like, okay. Who's going to step in and stop this? This is this is really vile racist, very very awful stuff. And then of course, about fifteen twenty minutes later is when the video clips picked up the the media carried, and that's a you know, the Indian the native American gentlemen, bang the drum in front of the other kid, and I gosh, I felt for that that young kid. He's got a he's got a stupid smile on his face. It looks like a stupid smile. But when you read his his statement, he's he's trying apparently to defuse the situation, and if I'm a teenager, and I'm in the crosshairs of an incredibly volatile situation. I don't I don't know what I'm gonna do. I don't know the looks on your face. You know is going to incite maybe violence or something worse, even and it was just an awful awful situation. All the way. Right. I wish someone would have protected those young males and said, let's let's get outta here. This is I don't care if the is coming or not we're we're gonna miss the bus. We're gonna walk out of here. Just standing here in the midst of this powder. Keg emotions was something that I don't think any of us would want to be in. And certainly a teenager is not equipped to be able to astutely handle that situation. He said the reason he had the look on his face as I wanted to be calm and cool. I never touched anybody. He said I was scared and they were being called by the black Israelites, and they must be confused. We want to harvest your organs. They call them school shooters. They said they were racist and bigots white crackers faggots and incest kids referring to their mother using the F word. I want to do that to your mother. And so the one boy Nick salmon said the two hundred and thirteen students, let's do some chairs and the teacher said, okay? Do some chairs to drown out this hate speech from this lecturing group in the business of causing an overreaction? So they did shares like cub. Can't we can't lose? Cub cath, we can't lose. And they did that to grant the cheers the Nathan Phillips the Indian activist who's in the business of protesting. He's been arrested numerous times, he looks for conservative groups, and it goes in pounds drums, hoping to get the reaction which allows the media to perpetuate frauds against people. They disagree with. And he say just picked out Nick Sanmen to walk up and pound the drum. And Nick said, I didn't know what to do. I kept my hands in my pockets and just looked at him. And at one point we left got on the bus and went home thinking that was kinda weird. They didn't find out for twenty four hours there in the crosshairs of CNN ABC NBC CBS, MSNBC, Lester Holt, Brian Williams. They had no idea what they had done. They found out later that they were charged with lies. They said the other group not on tape. You've seen all the tape. You've not heard one time where? Cub cat students use racial epithets are slurs against anybody. They don't exist. But because Nathan Phillips is a left-wing activists gave the interview the media ran with it without checking it out because it fit the media is biased against Christians, white males and pro-life individuals, and they were simply there to support for the life movement. They spent sixteen to seventeen hours on buses to and from paid to go there for box lunches, and they had no idea. Something wrong had happened till the next day and now Kevin Catholic high school, and Nick salmon are all getting death threats. Their parents are getting death threats, Cathy Griffin. From Hollywood is tweeting about causing physical harm to students at cub cath there's threats about shutting down the school electronially. And so how come they're such hate loosened? The culture. It's even going beyond that if you look at some of the tweets that are going out. There is a Azlan who was use identifies. A Christian now makes his living by trying to so seeds of doubt. In those who hold the Christianity has written a number of books on why he believes the bible isn't trustworthy, and so on and so forth, and he tweets out hatred. Quote, have you ever seen a more punishable face in this kid? Are you are you? Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? You're a middle aged grown adult. And you're calling a sixteen year olds face one hundred people. Are you are you? Are you kidding me? This this is this is one enlightenment looks like this is what it looks like an on time when you've got a teenager who's looking in the face of a native American bang, a drum if he keeps he keeps his stone face, then it could be seen as aggressive kind of like an MFA staredown if he laughs he looks dismissive. So he's trying to force them smile on his face seventeen year and seventeen taking the school board for this is just utterly awful. He said, quote, I believe that by remaining motionless and calm. I was helping to defuse the situation. I realized everyone had cameras and that perhaps a group of adults was trying to provoke a group of teenagers into a larger conflict. I said in my mind is silent prayer the center. Would not get out of hand. That's the truth. But the media doesn't report the truth because it doesn't fit their narrative. And he also said during the period of the drumming, a member of the protesters entourage, the native Americans began yelling at a fellow student that we you stole our land. And that we should go back to Europe. I had one of my fellow students begin to respond. I motioned by my classmate and try to get him to stop engaging with the protester. I was scared, and I was still in the mindset we gotta remain calm and calm down the tensions. This kid was the one acting like an adult and now these Hollywood activists and Muslim extremist and others are going after these kids as a punch -able face. I I know that we're we can be upset about the the the left leaning media perhaps in all this. I think there's relevant discussion. But here's here thing. It's just tough. We can't have any situation our time anymore that isn't caught on camera. This is this is just an awful situation that now the media can use to work. I do a lot. Whether it's on the right or on the left, and and you're just think I recognized the media today, and I don't mean any offence to you Bill. I think you're part of the media. But I think we step back, and we look at this stuff. The media exists to sell soap, it doesn't exist to educate us any longer doesn't exist to inform us it exists to sell soap. And if we can have Americans be indignant over other Americans if we can be judgmental towards one another angers one, another guests. So we're going to tune in for that. And you just might be able to sell more stuff because we have some more people tuning in. This is not not good for us. Whatever happened the days when you could. Have a confrontation or you can have a disagreement and wouldn't have to become a news story. The stakes on our culture right now are just so so high we just can't afford media outlets using this kind of stuff to to drum up attention. They were accused the mocking native American culture using the N word and just the opposite happened the black Israelites shouting, the N word saying they want to harvest the organs of teenage boys, and they were using the F word talking about their mothers, and what they were doing and this kind of stuff and the boys acted I think responsibly by saying let's do some cheers to drown this out. So black students who are with us. Don't hear the N word shouted them by other African Americans and Nathan Phillips is in the professional protesting business..

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"brian thome" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

12:26 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Here's the man who's been recognized is best the recipient of not one, but two Christine Marconi awards for his broadcast excellence, the one and only. Let's continue now coming up in about an hour and a half. Or so is Dr Jerome Corsi about the molar investigation and more line becomes available. Eight six six six four seven seven three three seven BuzzFeed fake news. Cub cat students misbehaving on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial fake news. People bought it for twenty four hours and other stories falling apart joining you, and I knew and I now is medical preacher minister, Brian Thome of crossroads also author of five marks of a man and Brian Thome. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show, Brian. How are you? William fantastic, great to be with you. But I wish it was under better. And hardly ever is many times you understand about toxic masculinity. And I want to share with you the definition of toxic masculinity. Given to us by the Huntington post to see if this applies to to manage general manager, you know, or or the boys at cub cath, according to the experts, Brian Thome, toxic masculinity is any male identified as such subscribes. The sexes ideas about the inherent submissiveness or need to own a control female identified persons and are willing to use violence, intimidation and social shaming techniques to perpetuate these ideas in the system of force, female, subservience, unquote. So when I read that definition, I had no idea what they're talking about. But because he's boys at Covington Catholic high school and Covington Kentucky because they were white male Catholic pro-life where an M A G A hats make-america-great-again hat. Trump hats the media. Assumed that they behaved a certain way. So when you look at a man today, the media assumes that you're toxic and your masculine how true is that? It's not true at all. I mean, we need great great men. And of course, of course, there are men who are behaving badly. Of course, there are met. I wouldn't even call men in my book. I call them boys because there are fifteen year old men, and there are also forty five year old boys. So our culture certainly has its share of males behaving badly who weren't men at all. They're just boys, but that is not the standard for who. Men. Are men have been protectors from the beginning of time men have been honorable people. And I think that we need in our country our culture to call males to a higher level of living a higher level of of existence, which is quite invigorating. Unfortunately is not getting very much press time today when I watch television series of one type, whether it's the Gillette commercial or watch the depiction of men on television. They're always bumbling fools in idiots. The smart person is always maybe someone homosexual or someone female. It's never a white male Christian is very smart. They're always stupid and the stereotype, I guess must be broken down. And so as a man, I'm equal to my wife, but we're different have different roles. It just avant when you're in a marriage just divides up almost outta magically. Who does what? And when someone does it and we help each other get through life. And so when cub cath happened now, it's come out the stories falling apart. What is your sense of the original precepts of the story that fit the media narrative? But now the story is falling apart. Give us your thoughts on the Covington Catholic incident. Well, I watched a video that was gosh was it was a long video thirty minutes to an hour long. Play video starting with a Jewish an African American of African American Jewish group, which was I've been to Israel about ten times, I've interacted with a lot of Jews and these folks were not anything like the Jews that I know. And I'm not talking about their skin color talking about their gosh, they're Radic they were incredibly offensive and incredibly God damaging to everybody who was around calling the kids products of incest and calling out one of the young African American students at covenant Catholic for for just being with the wrong, people utterly Jit, just bad bad bad. Sometimes I was watching it. I know the one of the things that men are is protectors. Boys are predators in these black Jews is this group that they were calling themselves. They were predators. They they were praying. On young males. Who unfortunately we're in way way over their head. And I was actually waiting for someone to protect these kids. I'm like, okay. Who's going to step in and stop this? This is this is really vile racist, very very awful stuff. And then of course, about fifteen twenty minutes later is when the video trips picked up to the the media carried, and that's a you know, the Indian the native American gentlemen, bang, the drummer fun of the other kid, and I gosh, I felt for that that young kitty. He's got a he's got a stupid smile on his face. It looks like a stupid smile. But when you read his statement, he's he's trying apparently to defuse the situation, and if I'm a teenager, and I'm in the crosshairs of an incredibly volatile situation. I don't I don't know what I'm gonna do. I don't I don't know. The looks on your face. You know is going to incite maybe violence or something worse, even and it was just an awful awful situation. All the way. I wish someone would have protected those young males and said let let's get outta here. This is I don't care if the buses coming or not we're we're gonna miss the bus. We're gonna walk out of here. Just standing here in the midst of this powder keg of emotions was something that I don't think any of us would want to be in. And certainly a teenager is not equipped to be able to stupid handle that situation. He said the reason he had the look on his face as I wanted to be calm and cool. I never touched anybody. He said I was scared and they were being called by the black Israelites, and they must be confused. We want to harvest your organs. They call them school shooters. They said they were racist and bigots white crackers faggots incest kids, referring to their mother using the effort. I want to do that to your mother. And so the one boy Nick salmon said the two hundred and thirteen students, let's do some chairs and the teacher said, okay? Do some chairs to drown out? This hate speech from this luxury group in the business of causing an overreaction. So they did shares like cub. Of kath. We can't lose cub cath we can't lose. And they did that to the cheers the Nathan Phillips the Indian activist who's in the business of protesting. He's been arrested numerous times, he looks her conservative groups, and he goes in pounds drums, hoping to get the reaction which allows the media to perpetuate frauds against people who disagreed with. And he said he just picked out Nick Sanmen to walk up and pound the drum. And Nick said, I didn't know what to do. I kept my hands in my pockets and just looked at him. And at one point we left got on the bus in one home thinking that was kinda weird. They didn't find out for twenty four hours there in the crosshairs of CNN ABC NBC CBS, MSNBC, Lester Holt, Brian Williams. They had no idea what they had done. They found out later that they were charged with lies. They said the other group not on tape. You've seen all the tape. You've not heard one time or. Wildcats students use racial epithets are slurs against anybody. They don't exist. But because Nathan Phillips is a left-wing activists gave the interview the media ran with it without checking it out because it fit the media is biased against Christians, white males and pro-life individuals, and they were simply there to show support for the life movement. They spent sixteen to seventeen hours on buses to and from paid to go there for box lunches, and they had no idea something wrong. It happened till the next day and now Kevin Kevin's Catholic high school, and Nick salmon are all getting death threats. Their parents are getting death threats, Cathy Griffin. From Hollywood is tweeting about causing physical harm to students at cub cath there's threats about shutting down the school electronically. And so how come they're such hate loosen? The. It's even going beyond that if you look at some of the tweets that are going out. There is a Azlan who was use identifies a Christian and now makes his living by trying to seeds of doubt. In those who hold. The Christianity is the number of books on why he believes the bible isn't trustworthy, and so on and so forth, and he tweets out, quote, have you ever seen a more punishable face in this kid? Are you are you? Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? You're a middle aged grown adult. And you're calling a sixteen year olds face. Are you are you? Are you kidding me? This this is this is one enlightenment looks like this one looks like on time when you've got a a teenager who's looking in the face of native American bang, a drum if he keeps he keeps his stone face, then it could be seen as aggressive kind of like an MA staredown if he laughed he looks dismissive. So he's he's trying to force them smile on his face seventeen year seventeen taking the the school board for this is just utterly awful. He said, quote, I believe that by remaining motionless and calm. I was helping to defuse the situation. I realized everyone had cameras and that perhaps a group of adults was trying to provoke a group of teenagers into a larger conflict. I said in my mind is silent prayer, the situation would not get out of hand. That's the truth. But the media doesn't report the truth because it doesn't fit their narrative. And he also said during the period of the drumming, a member of the protesters entourage, the native Americans began yelling at a fellow student that we you stole our land. And that we should go back to Europe. I had one of my fellow students begin to respond. I motioned by my classmate and tried to get him to stop engaging with a protester. I was scared, and I was still in the mindset we got to remain calm and calm down the tensions. This kid was the one acting like an adult and now these Hollywood activists and Muslim extremist and others are going after these kids as a punishable face. It's sick awful. I I know that we're we can be upset about the, you know, the the left leaning media perhaps in all this. I I think there's relevant discussion here. But here thing, it's just tough. We can't have any situation our time anymore that isn't caught on camera. This is this is just an awful situation that now the media can use to work do allow the whether it's on the right or it's on the left. And and you're the thing that I recognized the media today, and I don't mean offence to you Bill. I think you're part of the media. But I think if we step back, and we look at this stuff. The media exists to sell soap doesn't exist to educate us any longer doesn't exist to inform us it exists to sell soap. And if we can have Americans be indignant over other Americans if we can be judgmental towards one another angry with one another guests. We're going gonna tune in for that. And you just might be able to sell some more. So because we have some more people tuning in. This is not not good for us. Whatever happened the days when you could. Have a confrontation or you can have a disagreement and wouldn't have to become a news story. The stakes on our culture right now are just so so high we just can't afford media outlets using this kind of stuff to to drum up attention. They were accused the mocking native American culture using the N word and just the opposite happened the black Israelites shouting in the N word saying they want to harvest the organs of teenage boys, and they were using the F we're talking about their mothers, and what they were doing and this kind of stuff and the boys acted responsibly by saying, let's do some cheers to drown this out. So black students who are with this. Don't hear the N word shouted them by other African Americans and Nathan Phillips isn't the professional protesting business. That's what he does is show up pound is drum chance certain things hoping to get a reaction..

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:55 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Becomes available. Eight six six six four seven seven three three seven BuzzFeed fake news. Cub cat students misbehaving on the steps to the Lincoln Memorial fake news. People bought it for twenty four hours. Now other stories falling apart joining you, and I and you and I now is. Preacher a minister, Brian Thome of crossroads also, author of five marks of a man and Brian Thome. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show, Brian. How are you? William fantastic, great to be with you. But I wish it was under better circumstances. Hardly ever is many times you understand about toxic masculinity. And I want to share with you the definition of toxic masculinity. Given to us by the Huntington post to see if this applies to manage general MandA, you know, or the boys at cub cath, according to the experts, Brian Thome toxic, mashed is any male identified as such who subscribes the sexes ideas about the inherent submissiveness or need to own a control female identified persons and are willing to use violence, intimidation and social shaming techniques to perpetuate these ideas in the system of force, female, subservience, unquote. So when I read that definition, I have no idea what they're talking about. But because he's boys at Covington Catholic high school and Covington Kentucky because they were white male Catholic pro-life an MAGA hats make America great again. Hats Trump hats, the media assumed that they behaved a certain way? So when you look at a man today. The media assumes that you're toxic and your masculine. How true is that? It's not true at all. I mean, we need great great, man. And of course, of course, there are men who are behaving badly. Of course, are man, I wouldn't even call men in my book. I call them boys because there are fifteen year old men, and there are also forty five year old boys. So our culture certainly has its share of nails behaving badly who aren't men at all. They're just boys, but that is not the standard for who. Men. Are men have been protectors from the beginning of time men have been honorable people. And I think that we need in our country our culture to call males to a higher level of living a higher level of of existence, which isn't quite invigorating. Unfortunately is not getting very much press time today when I watch television series of one type, whether it's the commercial or watch the depiction of men on television. They're always bumbling fools idiots and saw the smart person is always maybe someone homosexual or someone female, it's never a white male. Christian is very smart. They're always stupid and the stereotype, I guess must be broken down. And so as a man, I'm equal to my wife, but we're different we have different roles. It's just when you're in a marriage it just divides up almost outta Mattingly. Who does what it when someone doesn't and we help each other get through life. And so when cub cath happened now, it's come out the stories falling apart. Well, what is your sense of the original precepts of the story that fit the media narrative, but now the story's falling apart? He'd give us your thoughts on the Covington Catholic incident. Well, I watched the video that was Scott was a long video thirty minutes to an hour long play video starting with, you know, a a Jewish an African American African American Jewish group, which was I've been Israel about ten times. I've interacted with a lot of Jews, and these folks were not anything like the Jews that I know, and I'm not talking about their skin color and talking about their reading they're incredibly offensive and incredibly gosh, damaging to everybody who was around calling the kids products of incest and calling out one of the young African American students at covenant Catholic for for just being with the wrong. People just utterly Jit. Just bad. I was watching it. I know the one of the things that men are is protectors. Boys are predators in these black Jews this group that they were calling themselves. They were predators preying on young males. Who? Unfortunately, we're in way way over their head. Now, it's actually waiting for someone to protect these kids. I'm like who's going to step in and stop this. This is this is really vile racist, very very awful stuff. And then of course, about fifteen twenty minutes later is when the video trips picked up the the media carried, and that's a you know, the Indian the native American gentlemen, bang the drum and the other kid and I got the young kid. He's got a he's got a stupid smile on his face. It looks like a stupid smile. But when you read his statement, he's he's trying apparently to defuse the situation. And if I'm I'm a teenager, and I'm in the crosshairs of incredibly volatile situation. I don't I don't know what I'm gonna do. I don't know. I don't know. Looks on your face. You know is going to incite maybe violence or something worse, even and it was just an awful awful situation. All the way around I wish someone would have protected those young males and said, let's let's get outta here. This is I don't care if the buses coming or not we're we're gonna miss the bus. We're gonna walk out of here. Just standing here in the midst of his powder keg of emotions was something that I don't think any of us would want to be in. And certainly a teenager is not equipped to be able to handle that situation. He said the reason he had the look on his face as I wanted to be calm and cool. I never touched anybody. He said I was scared and they were being called by the black Israelites, and they must be confused. We want to harvest your organs they called them school shooters. They said they were racist and bigots white crackers faggots incest kids, referring to their mother using the effort. I want to do that to your mother. And and so the one boy, Nick salmon said the two hundred and thirteen students, let's do some chairs and the teacher said, okay? Do some chairs? To drown out this hate speech from this lecturing group in the business of causing an overreaction. So they did cheers. Like cub camps. We can't lose. Cub cath, we can't lose. And they did that to grant out the cheers then Nathan Phillips Indian activist who's in the business of protesting. He's been arrested numerous times, he looks for conservative groups, and it goes in pounds drums, hoping to get the reaction which allows the media to perpetuate frauds against people. They disagree with. And he just picked out Nick Sanmen to walk up and pound the drum. And Nick said, I didn't know what to do. I kept my hands in my pockets and just looked at him. And at one point we left got an a bus and went home thinking that was kind of weird. They didn't find out for twenty four hours there in the crosshairs of CNN ABC NBC CBS, MSNBC, Lester Holt, Brian Williams. They had no idea what they had done. They found out later that they were charge. With lies. They said the other group not on tape. You've seen all the tape. You've not heard one time or cod cat students use racial epithets are slurs against anybody. They don't exist. But because Nathan Phillips is a left-wing activists gave the interview the media ran with it without checking it out because it fit the media is biased against Christians, white males and pro-life individuals, and they were simply there to show support for the life movement. They spent sixteen to seventeen hours on buses to and from paid to go there for box lunches, and they had no idea. Something wrong had happened till the next day and now Kevin Catholic high school, and Nick salmon are all getting death threats. Their parents are getting death threats can't Griffin from Hollywood is tweeting about causing physical harm to students at cub cath there's threats about shutting down the school electronially. And so how come they're such hate loosened the country. It's even going beyond that if you look at some of the tweets, they're going out. There is a Azlan who was use identifies. A Christian now makes his living by trying to sow seeds of doubt. In those who hold. The Christianity has written a number of books on why he believes the bible isn't trustworthy, and so and so forth, and he tweets out, quote, have you ever seen a more punishable face in this kid? How are you? Are you? Are you kidding me? Are you kidding me? You're a middle age grown adult. And you're calling a sixteen year olds face trouble. Are you are you? Are you kidding me? This this is this is what enlightenment looks like this is what it looks like an on time when you've got a teenager who's looking in the face of a native American bang, a drum if he keeps if he keeps his stone face, then it could be seen as aggressive kind of like an m a staredown if he laughs he looks dismissive. So he's trying to force them smiled as face seventeen year and seventeen taking the school board for this is just utterly awful. He said, quote, I believe that by remaining motionless and calm. I was helping to defuse the situation. I realized everyone had cameras and that perhaps a group of adults was trying to provoke a group of teenagers into a larger conflict. I said in my mind is silent prayer. The situation would not get out of hand. That's the truth. But the media doesn't report the truth because it doesn't fit their narrative. And he also said during the period of the drumming, a member of the protesters entourage, the native Americans began yelling at a fellow student that we you stole our land. And that we should go back to Europe. I had one of my fellow students begin to respond. I motioned by my classmate and try to get him to stop engaging with the protester. I was scared, and I was still in the mindset we gotta remain calm and calm down the tensions. This kid was the one acting like an adult and now these Hollywood activists and Muslim extremist and others are going after these kids as a punch -able face. I I.

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:48 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Billy Cunningham, the great American, of course, in the last several weeks has been lots of discussions in the media and elsewhere about toxic masculinity. Toxic. Are you toxic and person with definite opinions on? This is my good friend, and yours. The Reverend Brian Thome operates a large national regional and local church named crossroads. They have missions all over the world, including South America, and Asia and elsewhere, and Brian Thome, welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show, Brian. How are you? William I am great. And I'm always feeling great. When I get to have my mind stimulated by your penetrating questions and wit full insightful commentary. I wanna talk about toxic masculinity quit trying to butter me up. Tough questions. First of all, I want to tell you what a toxic mail is. Are you ready? I am ready. Yes. Any mail or identified person calling himself, a male whom subscribes to sexist ideas, about the inheritance submissiveness or need to own and control female identified persons and are willing to use violence, intimidation and social shaming techniques to perpetuate these ideas. And the system of force female subservience unquote, is are you a toxic mail. Well, I I don't believe in force female subservience is that that's what you're asking. Do you believe in shaming techniques? I I don't believe in shaming techniques women are inherently submissive. Do you think you do you want to own a control a female identified person, and we use violence to intimidate her? No, I will not do it. Now. Would you would you? I'm not sure I wanna hear you go on the record about these things. I am not I've never been a communist, and I've never been a toxic male. But to let which by the way, I'll concede I'm a user of Gillette products because a Proctor and gamble. I love Proctor and gamble. And I recently bought toxic products from Gillette because the commercials they're running on YouTube, which has been seen now two million times alleges that we males as a species must be taught not to sexually assault and rape or intimidate women. And when I asked the question or other toxic, females course answers. No. But I have some statistics on that. What what are the dangers of telling men not to be men interesting 'cause I actually have not had. Enough level-headed conversations on this Gillette at because men it is it is the rage. It's not two million Bill, by the way, it's sixteen million teen million views on YouTube, and it's the only video I've seen let alone one hundred sixteen million. It's the only video I've seen were are twice as many dislikes than there are whites. I think there's I think it was roughly eight hundred thousand dislikes thumbs down to four hundred thousand likes thumbs up dot that's unheard of. I've I've never ever seen that before. So I I keep watching this. I keep watching this ad going. Okay. I I'm not under. I'm not understanding the vitriol. So you're saying from your perspective, you think the vitriol is the assumption that all males are idiots, and we needed to get taught that what you're saying. I think predicate to the ad is this is a pervasive problem. Not specific. To individuals like R Kelly it's not specific to people like a Hollywood producer a Hollywood star where it's not specific to them. It is generally held upon males in general. And so men have got to be taught not to rape intimidate and bully women, which I don't have to be taught and the flip side of this. Brian Thome is toxic femininity. And when I read this story, it says toxic femininity is a standard set by white women living under oppressive systems. Therefore, it must be excused. And so we are so pervasive and nasty and dominating women that the only way to sell a razor is to instruct us. How brutal we are toward women, and Brian when I think about women, I think about my mom, I think about my wife, I think about my granddaughter. I think about my sister. And I think when you think about women, Brian your women, you probably think about your your your your sisters, your wife, your mom. What would it take for you to become? Am toxic towards your wife, and your mother what would have to happen for you to go off on them. Well, I don't know. I don't know what it would take me. Because fortunately, I've never I've never hit anybody with my life, although my daughters, I have spanked my daughters my life. I can say that now that my daughters are twenty five and twenty inch. You search is going to come and get me. A may. I I did that minimum amount of times. But I've never done that. So I don't identify with that. But unfortunately, unfortunately, there's too many who have a me I don't wanna be lumped in with people who are unhealthy men. Brought a man don't you think that there are too many? Yeah. So probably ninety percent of Devi is male on female, not the opposite. But having said that the ad and the culture seems to say, especially on college campuses today that by acting mail the implication in that is that you're going to try to subjugate intimidators. Shame women, and that's not been my experiences. And what I look at one study by toxic femininity, most liberals and progressive say women can't be toxic because women are so dominated by men. They're excused because they're like Stockholm syndrome. How about sixty percent of women use sex to get their way twenty-five percent trick a husband or boyfriend into believing? They're using birth control pills when they're not thirty five percent. Admit physical assault on men. These are women forty percent of women in met using credit cards to punish a man. Sixty five percent fake orgasm. Thirty eight percent. Faked domestic violence to get custody of their kids. Isn't that the definition of a toxic female well-preserved sixty five percent or faking orgasm? Definitely none of the women that your listeners. Listen to do that. None of them were faking. No, absolutely not. I don't know. I this is incredibly stimulating conversation for me. I just got to divide your we a re critiquing the Gillette ad or we or are we critiquing the separation of the sexes. Both are very stimulating conversation. I don't think that the one relates to the other like. Gillett ad. I'm looking at it. Like, I have a hard time finding any fault with it and less and less. We're saying I just don't want corporate America's giving me any morals aren't the best like Nike with a Colin Kaepernick, Ed, which nearly succeeded, and then you've got dick sporting goods, which didn't sell to many era fifteen's anyway, come out and announced they're not going to sell fifteens. And then the boycott started by the NRA and others just stepping away from the ads awkward though. But we we America's we keep wanting corporate responsibility responsibility. What does that mean, I don't know? If I leave it looks like trying to do something. So let's say the Gillette add Assad for for just a moment. The one thing that you'll get me hyped up on really hyped up on this. Because if we're gonna call men to be accountable, we're going to comment of value women, if we're gonna pay great great, great great liberal wants to do that wonderful. If if the local witch coven wants to do that, I'll go okay, I don't identify with which is or warlocks. But if you want great I thought that so that's one thing. But then when we walk the line over and say, let's eliminate all differences between men and women men and women are entirely the same. Right. We're not the same. That's a whole different. We're not not better. Then we're not the same. We're on radio. So I can't show pictures. But at least there's one way we can know that we're not the same. And I think that this thing, and and culture that trying to make everybody the same is just. It's not healthy. It's not it's not healthy. It's not accurate. We're all valued. We're all equal. We all have standards live by but matter veils tend to be a bit different the one thing. I was not sure what the Gillette was trying to get across. There's two boys. Wrestling boys, wrestling, they pull them up. I would ensure like a we saying that boys. Shouldn't Russell we say boys. Shouldn't protect me. How do I know the one kid wasn't beating up a bully? Who was it was right there. I mean, men metaphysical I hear people say sometimes violence is never the auction. Oh, yes. It is. Yes, it is. You're on the wrong side of history. Oftentimes violence is the answer checkout World War Two and what had to happen with with Hitler. I'm not I have never hit another man or another person if as the other one I was in the boxing ring. God never I've never exhibited. I've never been putting a position why need to protect. Her exhibit violence, but I would. And then we're we're we're we we're not violent. We're we're much more physically active. My my young son was he was a terror. He was an utter utter tear. The my daughters were not my daughters were physical. But there's just some differences and anybody who has boys anybody girls knows there. There's some there. So I think that we're doing our young girls are young boys a disservice to not call them to higher standards for who they are. And not just be like somebody else, you know, Brian, tone men and women are equal, but dammit were different and in society today, we're told the gender is fluid. I'm watching the show is CBS news about two or three nights ago. And they did this little segment on this teenage boy who was running a race in high school, and he couldn't quite get to be elite. So what he said was I'm a female and in the next meet because the gender. Is fluid. Now, this is a small example of a larger example, but he said because I'm now female I self identify as a female having not gone through hormonal. None of that kind of stuff. And so he set the state record for women and not to twenty in the one ten. And the mothers and fathers of the girls who did not win that race said. No, wait a minute. What do you mean? Gender is fluid. He looks like a boy he runs like a boy he was a boy in the last meet now, he's a girl, and none of the girls can win. Now media tells us the gender is fluid. Maybe I'll wake up one day. Bill Cunningham will be Jennifer Cunningham, maybe Brian Toma wake up and you'll be brianna Thome. And do you accept? Religiously the concept that gender is fluid and that the person determines what your gender is. And not your personal typically willy you always do to me. You get you get me get me fired up common ground, and he just kind of try to jam the most divisive issue of our time in my face. See if I fumble it. How dare you keep challenging me? Like this William I challenge you because you accept it. And you make sense is gender fluid. I think one tenth of one percent of us. Maybe in utero starts. We all start as female, according to the scientists, and then we become male in utero because of the releases certain home hormones, testosterone, etc. But some people kind of stop somewhere in the middle. And don't go all the way either way. And I get that. That's okay..

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

13:44 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"As last season in the booth coming up in about one hour's Brian Thome, a good friend of Stephen are Adam stopped by the man called them in and talk about toxic masculinity. That's a one zero six by one hour from now. But Steve is here because he's the attorney for the person the man who was driving the pickup truck that resulted in the death of police officer, Dale woods in Coleraine township and Stephen r Adams, welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you Bill. Let's talk about the incident terrible awful tragedy. An officer is killed. There was speculation by some that. Officer woods was wearing reflective gear. You have brought in to show match diamond. And I certain photographs of officer woods seemingly an hour before the incident when the heroine addict the heroin user on he's an addict hit the pole. So to set this in perspective around nine pm, which would be a week ago Friday. There was a person under the influence of something that we believe to be heroin, but not for certain who was operating motor vehicle on Coleraine avenue. Corine township in this person, you have photographs album actually in the street handcuffed appears to be a white male in his early twenties. Remond might be thirty years old. I was on the pavement with officer would standing over him along with another two other coal ran officers. And that is what precipitated officer woods to go to the scene in the first place because of the. I incident which was the collision with the poll. Correct. Correct. My understanding at least, and they arrested this person, and you have lots of photographs of officer would standing over this person who's handcuffed that appears to be a white male appears to be under the influence of drugs or alcohol, then the incident with your with your client took place about an hour later, describe from your client's perspective what he observed. And what he saw it came on that scene that night. Well, unfortunately, due to the darkness of the area smile understanding that a poll was taken out by the first driver driving northbound on Coleraine, and it knocked out Similac trysofi, you can tell from these pictures, by the way, these pictures are not from Mike client, but we combed social media and Facebook and come upon these photos, and you can tell from the photos, it's exceptionally dark. The only light. That is being used to aluminum eight anything or the officers flashlight. There's three of them there were hovering over the heroin or the alleged heroin addict on a wet street, and it's wet because it had been raining and raining hard that night. And when you look at these photos, the officers are in black. There were two of them are wearing black skullcaps. All sure would is not wearing a skullcap. And I mentioned this because you know, if he's wearing reflective gear fine. I haven't seen evidence chief of police Denny. I'm Corine township said he did have reflected, and they would know that. I would think there has to be one hundred photo you think there's a picture of it. I would have to soom so, but you have pictures, but this is an hour before. Correct. Out anti reflective gear. But it's still raining there an accident scene. And you would think they would have reflective gear on on this particular accident. Why not have the reflective gear on this accident? And then later put it on later that doesn't make sense to me there's protocol their standardized procedures at the officers are supposed to adhere to and don't you? Thank you to accident scene. When electricity is knocked out. It's dark. It's rainy that they should have put the reflective gear on the first accident scene, Germany evidence when your client approach the scene, they were flares. No, no flares. In fact, you look at these pictures here. No flares cones nothing. No protective gear protective gear on not even rain coats are just in there. Black police gear. Okay. So let's talk about your client. You don't want to give out your client's name because he'd be subject to vicious attack on social media. So your clients name. But he was trying to be as a tragic accident, his heart and prayers, go out to the family of Dale woods. Go out to him. He's in fact, when the impact occurred any stopped his truck, he soon realized that people from his left side, we're running over to the area. And all of a sudden, he does see a body in front of the truck and all these people come over to give a tall Sherwood's? And at that point in time. He realized that he hit a human being did he know what any any sat in a truck for a long time without anyone coming to talk to him. In fact, someone said stay in a truck staying at truck, and he did and at that point in time when he recognized it what was a human being. He was in shock. He was in prayer praying for the person, he's still praying for the person, and you feel so bad about this. And how it's a family house affected of a family of police officers how it's affected the Coleraine township area. And how's the whole community his prayers route for everybody to see? Let's walk back a little bit. Your client was coming from. I don't want to mention the name, but it's a noted fast food restaurant that does not serve alcohol. Oh, we had a brief meal at this fast food outlet that does not serve alcohol. The police chief Danny has set in Coleraine township your client was not impaired. Correct. That's what that's what Jesus says chief sat in this newspaper article. He's not impaired. And so your clients traveling down Coleraine avenue, I think the speed limits. There is thirty five and the copper's have the black box out of the late model. Pickup truck your client was was driving. Can you? I'm assuming they have a black box. Where's the truck? It's in Cincinnati police. They got that. And so as he's approaching the scene, what does he observe well? So he's the accident. The previous action and occurred in the northbound lanes of Coleraine avenue. Once he was proceeding southbound on Coleraine avenue, he came to the intersection of Coleraine and Galbraith roads. And he was at a stop light stopped at a stop light. And at that, stop light. He could see sirens are lights flashing not sirens but lights flashing conditions in the southbound lanes in weather conditions were rainy, Dr when your wipers are moving rain in dark, rainy, darkened, the wipers going back and forth across the windshield. He sees helping sees you know, maybe a few hundred yards a head that there's some lights on. And he started travelling wants to light went green to go home. And he was proceeding with caution. We believe he was not speeding, and we believe that davits will show that they had the black box. And we'll see what that reveals. So your client relates to you to my knowledge, I wasn't going. Above thirty five and as most normal people would do they when you see red and blue lights I naturally by foot hits the break, and I slow down. And then your client. What did he experience when he hit officer woods? Did. It was a thump thump thump. He didn't see anything. It didn't see he didn't know hit a human being. No. And then very quickly thereafter. He saw people running over to the area. And then they started gathering around a body. That's when he realized your client was how many feet away from the from the body of Dale would Susie fifty feet. No, no, no. It was ten to twenty feet. So he stopped him. Yes. Yes. And he stayed there in a cop ran up to him and said, he didn't know whether it was a cop or not he remembers at that point in time. There was some people in rain jackets. He doesn't even know if they're fire department or police that just said stay in a car. Stay in the car, which he did. And he proceeded to watch what was happening in front of him at a complete shock and prayer in front of him or behind him in front of him. So he hits the body. And then. Body must have propelled forward, and he did not hear her thump. Correct. And then he stopped immediately. So the whole incident with the I don't see how Dale woods is body was in front of him when he stopped. See if you're heard the thump, I would think he would have gone a little bit further and the body would be behind him. But you're saying he hit the body stopped. And the body was in front of them. That's my understanding. That's okay. Yeah. So everything he's watching. It's not out of review mirror side mirror. He's looking right at it. Right. And then he sees he sees a human frame on Coleraine avenue in the dark eleven thirty at night with rain coming down. Right. But did he get out of you didn't have you didn't get out of his Trump now? No, he was in there until the ambulance took all Sherwood's away. And then at that point in time. A person told him. Okay. I need you to get out and follow me. And that's what he did, Dan. Did you get the police cruiser at that point? Yeah. They directed him to actually it was to an ambulance. And he was not hurt. He was not hurt and asked him. Do you? Do you need to go to the hospital? You know, I'm not hurt in someone. Encourage your suggested that he go to the hospital to talk to someone even if he wasn't hurt so rise to the hospital in an ambulance. Correct. And at the hospital at this point, he still doesn't know he hit a police, officer tracked. He did not find out. It was a police officer and tell someone. Well, he he received a call from someone and then he found out that it may be a police officer. So he asked a plain clothes police officer who it's my understanding told him that it was a police officer at the hospital after waiting there for quite some time. Now at that point police officers had been in contact with them emergency personnel. The first thing that comes to mind, and you're in the criminal all business. If I'm a cop is under the influence of alcohol and drugs for two to three hours. He was in contact with hospital personnel. Coleraine township personnel. EMS firefighters and chief Danny has said that there was no suspicion of alcohol or drugs. That's my understanding from him. From a statement. Yes. And he'd come from a fast food place when he heard the thump he watched what's happening front of him. He goes to the hospital. He learns it's a cop at this point. Did anyone come up to him and say, we need a statement from you? Well, the plainclothes officer indicated that. Because Coleraine can't investigate the situation. They contacted the Cincinnati police traffic squad, and they were in route to the hospital in Cincinnati police officer arrived at the hospital, and when he came into the area where my client was located my client immediately looked at him and said, I didn't seem I didn't see. And then the cop wanted to say, okay. Well, I I wanna tape a statement. Okay. Hold on. When when he said, I didn't see him. Do you know if your clients is or on the roadway one he heard the thump always your client is looking to the left at the at the lights at the flashing police lights. I can't answer that question. Okay. So, but he was you think operating at a legal speed not under the influence of drugs or alcohol, according to the police, and that he heard the thump and the first time we find out. It was a cop was at the hospital about an hour later timing is off our later, two hours later, but let's go let's go. Tenue without a bit of time elapsed so CPT shows up because the Coleraine township cannot investigate itself. So seep everyone calls in CPT, they come in and said, we want to get a statement and your client blurts out. I didn't seem didn't so words to that effect. And then he said, we need a statement from you, and what did your clients say. Well, no what they did was then he said it will hold on. And then they all sure get some equipment which happened to be a tape recorder. He puts the tape recorder on and the first thing he says is not what happened the first thing. He says is you have a right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you. Now to most people those words alone are like, well, what the heck's going on here? And after he read his Miranda warnings. He said, you know, all sure I I think I want to speak to a lawyer before I answer any questions because he might have listened to you in the past before I say or do anything I want to speak to an attorney. And so at that point CPA CPAP said, okay. And then what happened your client the rest of that night?.

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It's Marty's last caravan is the voice of the reds with the five thirty report. I'm Matt Reese, and I'm Brian Thome franking now the reds twenty nineteen caravan hits the road later today, and it will be the last time Marty Brennaman rides along as the team's lead radio broadcaster Brennaman announcing yesterday that this will be his last season after forty five years in the booth. I thank all of you folks for how nice you've been to me all these years. I look forward to seeing throughout the course of this season. And and hopefully and seizes beyond where I'm just another employee of this organization. Thank you very much. I appreciate all you've done for me. And. And I hope the feeling is mutual. Brennaman who will be seventy seven years old this July told the audience of reds radio affiliates. It's time to retire and do other things. Bob Castellini is owner of the red is as the first of many tributes that will be offered to you mardi one of the greatest radio broadcasters at broadcasters ever to live. Thank you, very very much. Marty brennaman. Caravan will head today in four different directions. Mario you'll be on the south tour which begins in Louisville tonight. All the caravan tours return on Sunday to Florence mall gathered down below and the players are up in the second level balcony, there's a Q and A so all of their players from all four caravan stops or there, and we do a quick QNA at that day. Go down in it break out into different autograph at tables in the fans that are there. In attendance, gets the autograph cast with Radzi fan of Florence malls. This coming Sunday from eleven until two in the afternoon who replaces Marty his son, Tom tells the Enquirer he's staying with Fox Sports and Jim day seven have a WW last night that he's not looking to replace Martin..

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:28 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"He's likable. He's he's handsome great. He's smart. Great. But on top of it. He's chess really down to earth and likable. I mean, how many people do you see on network news or local news that they they have all of the elements, but they're sort of there maybe to arrogant, or when you meet them out. In person. They're not the same person as the person you see on television. And he really is. He's that kind of guy that you just want to have a beer with what about George Vogel. Right. I mean, lonesome George Vogel. I think is the best. He relates Ken. Brew relates Ken, Bruce, recently retired. He relates right. I can watch that I watch channel five news. And I think I know people who know what's happening in my hometown. Because it's your hometown, right? George Talley say to people that honestly, it's not just me and Mike. I certainly do. This is blown up and honestly willy it's a little overwhelming because you know, our station we were saying do we do we make this public? Do we not I put a lot of stuff out there? Mike doesn't all of us in at wwl WT. We put our personal life out there as far as like fun stuff with their kids and things that we're doing if we go to a concert, but the to open up your love life is a whole other element. Right. Like, I didn't talk about my divorce on social media out of respect for my ex husband. I didn't really even talk about my marriage too much out of respect for my ex-husband. Because just because I'm a public person doesn't mean he needs to be. And so we know we talked with management. Do we do we make an announcement? And we said, okay, we'll just put something really simple out on social media. Well, it went crazy this week. I mean, it's been in the New York Times the Washington Post. I just got an Email and Mike got an Email from inside edition. I mean, I'm really kind of shocked that people are so interested in it. But I'm flattered that ninety nine percent of the people. I honestly won't go on and look at the comments, but ninety nine percent of the people have been really great and super supportive of us. And look our messages yet. Did we fall in love at work? Yes, we did. But are we going to do the same job? We always have of course. Right. We're journalists. I at least when we're at work, are you gonna go on inside edition, or are you gonna do the? TV I male and the woman that someone attractive physically, and they're they're interacting. Join okay. What's going on with the cameras off? What's happening? And now, we know what's happening. It's kind of like a very interesting story. Hey, listen. I believe me over the years. There have been plenty of times where not plenty a couple of times where we've had fights and literally did not talk for two days because we're so passionate about the job. We do. I think people were they want something salacious in. What was going on in the truth? Is you know at work, we keep up between the lines and then outside of work. We're great friends. And and you know, he's really stepped in to help me, you know, as a single mom of three boys and think goodness their dad is very involved. But when he's not obviously since we're not together anymore. Mike people to help me I've got a teenager. He's how he's helped me over the last, you know, year, when my my son is maybe, you know, tested the boundaries a little bit or tried to pull one over. I mean, thankfully, Mike has older kids. So he can say I'm calling Bs on that one. What about the date? Do we have a date set summer? Oh my gosh. I feel like the pressure now. But we're thinking probably late spring early summer. Just because you know, we're older we don't want to waste time, and we won't live together until you know, we're married, and for my kids sake, and I although I will tell you, and I never thought I would do this. Although I am a west side girl. So it's really not that big of a deal, but I'm gonna leave northern Kentucky. And and crossed the bridge up to Mason. Really, you're going to get like a Mason house four bedroom. Two and a half. Yeah. I think we're going to honestly, only because my oldest son was completely up for it. And mike. Mike's daughter goes to Miami, his son is going to be going off to college. And I want to make sure that he continues to have a great relationship with them too. And it's not just all about my kids who are still living with us. Is there going to be a big deal, and it's going to be a small deal? Me. And I think. Coming to the way, George Vogel is going to be as best man Kevin's gonna walk me down the aisle. Can you imagine? Now, I it's up to me. And I think by two were just going to like take off and elope no questions is go away and the last four or five days, would you say the reaction been positive negative or somewhere in between? You know, I think I was much more by and and maybe a little more opposed to even sharing it. I felt like you just opened up the floodgates to people judging and questioning, you know, and and you know, social media is you have these anonymous haters out there. Honestly, I have not looked through my social media aside from Mike be like look, look, hundreds of congratulations. Right. Ninety nine percent of the people have been wonderful. Of course, you get those couple of people who say now. Oh, sure this happened after you were divorced, and that sort of thing like, I just see them you, you don't know. I mean, Mike is such a good guy. He is he has been amazing to my boys more so than I ever thought. I'll be honest with you Willie for for more than a year after I got divorced. I didn't think I'd ever even I was even opened a dating because I didn't want anybody to to get close to my boys. I didn't introduce them to anyone else. It just felt super weird. And I feel really lucky that he's been my friend for so long that it really wasn't a shock to my kids. You know? In fact, my oldest son was like it's about time. Right. And and I think his kids have taken the V two. Let's see what happens. You know, life's uncertain. I I said to you when we spoke a couple of days ago level five. Away. And remember where it is. If you were meant to be together, you've taken different streets and avenues, you came to the same place ships passing the night, and you stopped all of a sudden relationship is on. But now the two you cannot leave this another problem management knows you're not leaving. And he's not leaving. For money. I hope they wanted that to begin with. I think you know, were in the long term plans at wwl TV team. And you said it, I'm a Cincinnati girl. And I'll be honest with you Willie when I came back home here. I came home as a reporter here still had I didn't have kids yet. I still thought I wanted to work in Chicago, New York, and then like over those first few years, I just realized that I love being able to go out to my dad's and saintly on Indiana and have thanksgiving and Christmas, and you know, I take my grandma on the west side. She lives in Chevy, I take her out to lunch or to branch. So I love being in my hometown. It's like, yes, I love what I do for a living. But also get to enjoy my personal life. And if you would've asked me this when I was twenty going to end KU going to get to live and work in my hometown. And be one of four main anchors. I mean, it's a dream come true. And look, I would say, I guess my message for people, you know, if they're. Reading about it again, it seems so silly. But we report on the worst things every single day. And I feel like I got a second chance to do it. Right. Look I was twenty three when I met my ex husband twenty five by the time. I was married, and you change a lot you grow. And I'm sure he did too. And I think Mike feels the same way. And so I just feel really lucky that you know, I'm getting a second opportunity to hopefully, do it. Right. And, you know, get to have fun in the process. I'm proud of what you've accomplished keep going. And I'll be watching tonight. It's a fabulous get together. I love it. Now people I'll be looking you differently than I looked at you before though, please don't we're still the same people were still going to be I'm going to take things way too serious. Mike's going to be the one calming me down in the break. My best to your to your new husband, Mike Dardis soon to be husband. Right. I love you Willie. Thanks for having me on. All right. Let's continue with more. Interesting startling. But that's the way things are you meet most of the people you marry later in life after your thirties generally at work. So let's continue with more coming up next is Mark Markelle Corean of the center for immigration studies and one zero five today's your good friend and mine, Brian Thome at the home of your Bengals NewsRadio seven hundred wwl to seven hundred w.

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Wwl W dot com. Billy Cunningham, the great American Georgia's in the Tri state, but rain coming later today. Cool. Temperatures starting on Wednesday. Coming up later. We'll be Brian Thome about one hour to talk about the twenty nineteen where we go from here. Brian Thome of crossroads don't wanna miss that. But few days ago, it broke first of all on channel five and then later in the Enquirer, the headline is the man I was looking for has been sitting next to me co anchors are engaged soon to be married. Joining me now is that Cherie O engaged now to Mike Dardis and Cherie Puello. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show. How you doing? Hi there. Good morning. Good afternoon. How are you? I'm doing well. But let's go back in time a little bit. Walk us through how this happened because both of you became so to speak free couple years ago. Kind of explain I always say love will find a way. And according to all the matchmakers about seventy percent of the people you meet the Mary if you're past the age of twenty five or thirty or co workers, those are the ones you spend most your time with kind of walkers through you and Mike Dardis how did it happen? So, you know, it's funny Willie because you're exactly right. You know, I dated a couple of people, and I know Mike too, but it's really hard dating this age, right? And in the public eye, and you know, you meet people, and you you just don't click, and so it was just over. I don't know about a year or so ago, we actually did the tree lighting, and we went down to the casino and Mike was talking about the weeks and months before that his contract with gonna be renegotiated and he was getting opportunities. Elsewhere. You know, kind of said to him that night. I feel like I've taken you for granted that I just I didn't want him to leave. We were so good on the air. And our ratings were starting to really do. Well, and we this is so it's it sounds silly. But we just have kind of like this look like where we kinda stared at each other a little too long and in true, Mike fashioned nothing else. Who said we kind of had like a drink, and but in true, Mike fashion the weekend goes by on Monday. We do the news and he calls me. He's like, hey, I need to talk to you real quick back in the conference room. And he says listen, there was a moment there. I, you know, I think you felt it. I felt it. I think we need to explore that and look out. Of course, I was immediately concerned about our jobs like oh my gosh. We can't do this because here. Yeah. He's been such a great friend, Jimmy. But you know, we both have kids to take care of. And we take our jobs seriously were both, thankfully, very successful in this business. And he's like, you know, let's just try to see kind of what happens and it literally like within weeks. I mean, we've been such good friends for so long. Long and he's kind of been that guy in the newsroom, and you know, of course, they love so many of the people I work with that kind of always had my back from the minute. He got there. So we instantly clicked. And so yeah, the rest is Kenny history. And then a couple of months later, we ended up telling work, we weren't gonna tell work until last summer, and then my mic kind of slipped up and send a text message to one of our bosses instead of a friend of his and then he called her boss was like, well, okay. I guess you, you know, that, you know, Schreiner dating we kinda wanted to wait until the summer just to make sure things were still on track and going alright. But you know, I have to tell you Willie. Look, it's crazy. I'm sure everybody out there is like why why would you want to sit right next to each other work together drive to work together? But our work has, you know, our our corporate management our bosses at wwl WT, they've been nothing, but supportive, and so I feel really lucky. It's, you know, it's of course, when you're our age things move quicker that when you're twenty, but it's pretty exciting. Sure is far as you know at an iheart media. We go through this training. I'm sure you do at channel five about sexual harassment sexual his ass meant you can't do this. You can't do that. Be careful you arms length. Don't do this kind of violates the rules. Maybe it was the nineteen eighties or nineties you could say, well, that's what happens. But in today's careful rules about workplace romances the danger. Of course, is it falling apart. I'm sure our bosses have you know, that was the immediate concern because so often times things like this don't work out. Like, I said from the get-go the general manager news director said look, we love you guys. Personally. We couldn't be happier for you. And I think they know that our job comes first, and we'll more at work. Honestly, we almost make it a point more than ever before. I sit we sit on opposite sides of the table during our editorial meeting at our Christmas party. We didn't sit together we don't we don't try to make an issue of it. When we're at work, we do our job. And sometimes even when it comes to debating a story, and what we're going to cover what we're not, you know, we're on opposite sides. But I don't know they've been really supportive, and look you. You've course have to have those rules in any work environment at our company. You can't be dating a manager. But I think the thing that attracted me to my to be honest with you first of all, we were always friends. I he is super smart. He's a former sports guy. So he's really. Caboodle and knowledgeable about news, sports, etc. I feel like he makes me better. But then beyond that, he never even when I went through my divorce, and he was still married. He never was inappropriate with me. He never, you know with flirty or set off colored comment, and I think that's what I loved about him. Because then when I went through my divorce, and I was single for a long time couple of years, you know, different people who were sources of mine would be inappropriate. And it kinda always bothered me. You know, including people who maybe were married, you know. And so that always bothered me. And I think he knows me well enough that I would never respect him or go down that road. So, you know, I I don't know. Like, I said, I think for for us. It's just because we've been friends for so long, and it was just kind of a natural thing. It started candidate started dating in November of two thousand seventeen and then you kinda made a public in March of twenty eighteen so four. Month period where you knew something no one else knew was comfortable. It was super and comfortable because you know, I'm not I don't think either one of us are the type of people who were very, you know, out there with our friends and family, and you know, our kids, and, you know, but at the same time, we didn't want to say anything to anyone at first for fear of what if this doesn't work like, let's just kind of keep it under the radar before we make a big deal about it. It's really hard being to public people where do you go out to dinner? How do you go to the movies together? If you know people are gonna see you together and say, well, why are they together? So, you know, for a while we would leave the city if we were going to go out to dinner somewhere. We'd go down to Lexington. We'd go to Columbus. Just so that we didn't kinda create any controversy until we knew that it was gonna work house. So many so many couples I I guess you're in your thirty season two forty something of that age group, but you've already got commitment. You got commitments to your kids. He's got commitments to his kids. He's got commenced to his in laws is ex in-laws grandparents talk about the difficulties. Of a blended family of yours mine, and maybe hours, I don't know about. First and foremost, it was you know, we immediately were worried about their jobs and making sure we kept things for professional at work. But then instantly it becomes okay? How are our kids going react to this? I gotta tell you our kids, thankfully, my kids are younger, and so they always loved Mike when they come into the station that like artists, you know, his kids are a little bit older, but they've been nothing but good to me. And I always say, I think he's got the short end of the state because he's the one he's he's got a daughter in college in the son who's a junior in high school where I'm the one I still have an eight year old plus three dogs and a cat. So why in the world he'd want to date me out of now? But you know, luckily, everybody, including our access last Saturday, my one my youngest son had a a basketball game has been sitting on one side of me, Mike sitting on the other they chat with each other. So, thankfully, we are. I think we co parent. Well, Mike has a good relationship. He cou. Parents with his kids and his ex wife. So I think, thankfully, that's not been an issue for us. And and our kids, I think are really supportive of it. I don't think over problem and be talking about this publicly about five or six years ago. We had a talk, and you said to me, you know, Willie. I want a normal guy sitting next to me onset. I need somebody. I can relate to that's committed to Cincinnati urine. Cincinnati and you've been here your whole life. I soon you're not going anywhere. Mike Dardis has worked other places. And you said to me Willie. I would like you a normal guy sitting next to me on set. So that we could actually win because you went through a series of male anchors over the years and channel five wasn't succeeding. Like it is today. So you recall that male and female anchors that I had and look I chemistry US any anchor. In town chemistry is number one. If you don't genuinely like the person who sits next to you, eventually the viewers, see it, right? They can feel the tension. You don't get your rhythm down. When it's especially during breaking news when you're living, and it was funny because when Mike came into interview he was the first of several guys they were going to be bringing in. And so I didn't think he was going to be the one right that they choose and I called him the wrong name twice a call them. Mark twice. He probably thought it was such a flake. But when we when we tested together, and I wasn't on camera as much, of course, they were really testing him. And then a couple of times we'd be together. I would look in the television at the television screen, and I I remember saying to other people at the station, and then also my my my close girlfriend. I said I really liked this guy in Cincinnati will like him..

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"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:54 min | 2 years ago

"brian thome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Dallas. Spoke. Bad. My good friend, Brian of crossroads and Brian Thome. Welcome for the first time in two thousand nineteen of the Bill Cunningham show, Brian. How are you? William on fantastic thousand nine hundred a year. It is. I think we've got to have a great attitude about it. I do and I'm happy for my my first time with you this year. Let's go back few years. I can recall a bad event in your life. When you got a call about your wife suffering, a stroke and at a rather young age for such things. And there was a massive effort by those across roads and elsewhere throughout the Tri state, call upon the almighty to to bless your wife understand she's had a remarkable unbelievable recovery. And she's been blessed with good health. I'm looking story out of our newsroom about Coleraine township police, officer, Dale woods. Forty six years old father of three then a cop for about fifteen years Coleraine townships finest he was directing traffic on Friday night. You might recall. It was rainy. It was dark, and there was a car that went into a poll and his job is his show up and direct traffic and get the MS personnel there, and somehow some way someone driving a car wasn't paying as much attention as he or she should have been and struck officer Dale woods in such a way out. About an hour ago. I got a call from one of my police sources who say that he's in dire dire condition that the family's been with him. But the family's been called friends have been there and things are not looking good at all for Dale woods much like a few years ago. Things are not looking good for your wife at all. How can the power of prayer affect the outcome and Dale is life. So what's intimidated today or tomorrow may not happen? Well, we need to the off. What here I haven't? I haven't heard of that that gosh that just that just that's tough. That's an awful way to start the year off even to hear about it. You know, we need to lean into every option we have that. Obviously includes the best medical care of the world has to offer here in America. But it also means that there is a realm that is not seen not being able to be studied can't be put inside of a test tube. And that is a spiritual realm and prayer taps into that spiritual realm. I think there's a reason why we're so have you seen any movies this holiday season? I saw the mule which I thought was pretty good. I did too. I thought that was great. I think it's interesting that most of the box office receipts tend to go to movies like aquaman. Yeah. That as well. I I wasn't going to go see it because I thought how could it be really really good? I'd recommend it highly. But I think about what makes it so popular or net. Flicks. The whole rage is bird box. Have you heard about that or seen that? I haven't seen that one. Yeah. It's pretty interesting through lines to all of these is a different realm of operation. I think as human beings were drawn to this were drawn to fantasy were drawn to sci-fi were drawn to superhero movies because the bottle says God has placed eternity in our hearts. We we want something bigger and beyond working eight to five we're wired to have that in prayer is tapping into that realm that that Israel, and we hope Israel because not everything in our physical capacities can handle the things that we need to be handled. Do you believe Brian Thome that if there weren't tens of thousands, maybe hundreds of thousands had not prayed for your wife? She would have the same outcome dope. Prayers mysterious thing, we don't we don't really know. I don't know was it. The one person's prayer her forever reason, God was. Really into saying yes to their prayer. Or was it the quantity of the prayer? I don't know. I I don't know. It's it's why why did Libby get spared when she should not have been spared at all. It's not like she's the most the most worthy recipient of a miracle. I we don't know those things Bill. I don't know. I I go crazy trying to figure that out. All I know is when the chips are down I'm gonna go to every option I have and that includes believing there's a spirit realm and talking to the God who can do things that are beyond physical description. If you could put out the bat signal among the hundreds of thousands of those who attend crossroads and the friends and family may reach a half million people that officer Dale woods as we speak here at one twelve PM is literally fighting for his life and that attend the balanced forty six years old father of three fifteen year cop, a simple accident. You know, cops put a badge on and put the hat put the uniform. Mom, they go out. And you have no idea. What's going to happen in your damn fairly competent when I get off the air at three o'clock today. I'm gonna be okay. And when you preach and do what you thought the charitable work their food giveaways, you're fairly confident what when you amount the podium when you get on the stage that all probability as at work. You're gonna come off the stage and go back into your life. That's not true with cops and firefighters, they don't know what's going to happen. And I'm sure when Dale woods kicks kissed his wife goodbye on Friday evening. He didn't think that's the last time. He would see her alive as far as from his perspective of things. And so I if you could put out the bat signal among among the faithful to pray as they prayed for Libby, I hope it has a measurable impact. Call I got an hour or two ago was not was not uplifting. Yep. Absolutely done. I will do that was soon as we're done an honor to do it. Let's talk about the twenty nine thousand many times I made a I made a New Year's resolution trying to lose ten pounds. Many people have resolutions, we're starting here. January the seven January the seventh in my life was always an important day because it was my mother's birthday. And if somehow if my mom would have lived she would have been one hundred years old today. Well, she she passed away shared the transition after the age of eighty nine and I look back upon this date is one of those dates in my life to January seventh always take time. Either go to church and light a candle at Saint saviors, or I say something nice to my mom, and because she would have lived to be one hundred. I can't ask for any good mother to live to be one hundred years old. I got eighty nine plus years, and that's much as I could expect us as much as I would want. So as we begin twenty nineteen as we think about the New Year's resolution. That we make does Brian Thome heaven nears resolution, or are you so busy with tens of thousands of prisoners dozens of big programs. I look on your website. You people are signing up for summer camp. Got all this stuff going on. Do you take time to reflect upon you as a person instead of you as a minister, absolutely traditions? I do on December thirty first or January. First is I go back and look at my entire year. My calendar, I chart the highs and lows of it, and I also benchmark against what I actually wanted to do this year. And how it did on it? I get I get an ass. What happened? I think we have to do that Bill. You said you're losing ten.

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