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"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:42 min | 4 months ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Just enter this nationwide keyword on our website Son. That's son into it. Now I'm really coming in the great American In about 45 minutes or so. Reds baseball kicks off about 1 50. Speech about to 10. They're going to complete the game about five or six more innings to go and Washington because of the rain last night in the nation's capital, And then after that, they're going to play a seven inning game, starting about 7 10, but until then, Have not heard from Brian Tome and several weeks and a month or two without tome is a month or two without sunshine, Brian Tome Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham Show and Reverend, How are you? William, I am fantastic and yourself. I couldn't be much better. There's always difficulties. There's always challenges all by call them opportunities I read in the Enquirer and elsewhere that Can you believe 25 years have gone by this quickly, and you're going to donate seriously? Money toe represent them like $2.5 million, But let's go back 25 years ago. What did you see in the Queen City? Having not been a native that many here did not see that cause you to begin Crossroads But one thing I saw that people wanted me. Yeah, it was 11 people. You said, Hey, we want these things called a pastor. Why don't you come to Cincinnati and we will guarantee your salary for a year And we've got this little phase account of $15,000 for our life in this trying to make this church for People who have given up on church would have necessarily given up on God. And I mean that wasn't compelling to me On a day when everyone complains about things, that one thing something to be done different Have 11 30 year old put their butts on the line and say I'm gonna pour my life in this. I'm gonna cap out the home equity credit line, but I have to try to make this happen. Just stunning to me. I mean, who does those things anymore? I think we have the culture just become too passive, and we're not going after dreams. That's the main thing I'm thankful for right now. And so, a small group of religious renegades Said that we don't like the status of religion in the truck. But why pick Brian Tome and you weren't you weren't from here. What was the connection that cause you to come here another? You're in Pittsburgh. I think. When you were contacted. Why were you ready to do it? They were the only one who would have me. That's why No, no, no husband. Give me a job. That's why No one else would take a shot on me. And yet they put an ad in the back of the magazine. And I read the magazine by the at night I sent in my resume. And when you came, Yeah, I can't believe I've never heard this story. So arrest Yeah, Back of it, And you just happened to read it and said, Okay, I'll drive the Cincinnati Yeah. Phone interviews with him, and that's the phone interviews. They came and saw me but two of them came to Pittsburgh and saw me and said, OK, you seem like you're not an ax murderer. Something like that. And then they called me like a day later said OK, you're the guy you want to do this Head immediately. My feet went cold like we hear about people having cold feet. I real that right there was a physiological reality. My feet went cold. I also was immediately constipated that was aired poop bliss. I mean, he's a real bitch. He's a real physical. Oh, my God! I got the job. What do I do now? I know, like my gonna leave my denomination, my home city. My friends that are in Pittsburgh. My extended family and my wife was the more faithful one. She said, Honey, we gotta do this. We would hate the Hear how this thing takes off, and you said no to it, so We did We stepped up and move. Not tell your Cincinnati from day one. As soon as we met with those we drove the first time in the sense that he started. No people, we said this place is Very much like Pittsburgh accepted to step up in class. And no. Where'd you go? You wouldn't a church crossroads did not exist and says so. I understand there was some PNG Proctor is involved in this but crossroads that was there a business plan. Was there a game plan? What was the plan? No. Yeah, We're no plane. No, no, no. No business plan. We're just like, Hey, let's start doing Sunday Services and try not to bore people. Let's just let's just do that. And, uh, in a word people asked me today, Bill, they said well, degeneracy. Russia is being what it is today and no, absolutely not No one. No one ever did. No one ever had a goal or a plan for to be what it is Nobody which I actually liked because Keeps us humble because we know we're not this good. It's a thing of God. And it's not questions is if everybody for sure I mean different churches or different folks. But there's so many things that are beyond what we could have planned or strong arm that God got ends up getting the glory because we know we're not that good. So at this point How many facilities how many members across roads across all the states and the platforms. Uh, right now we have 10 facilities or or renting renting some places from Lexington date in Columbus, and then you know, seven or so we've got here around in Cincinnati, Westside East Side. Oakley, Uptown Mason, Florence. And the big thing is really growing with us that we're doing new is just trying to reach people across the country rich people who don't want to go into a building with our digital digital church experience, and that's that's really been taken off the last several months. How many total people to total parishioners. Well, if you're asking, like how many people actually come into buildings right now are last weekend Attendance. Sexy people come into building, I think was 24,000. You know, Covert has done a number on us. It was much more than that, but that's fine. May I? I'm not gonna look back and say, Well, what I used to bench press in high school. But what I run a 10-K in college. Who cares what the past was? It just stopped looking back to what covert was before and say. Where I am right now. How do I build from now? So that's what we have now in buildings, and we've got probably another. Oh, uh, probably another. 20 to 30,000 around the country. They're engaged every week with our with our vigil Church. What would Brian Tome circa? 2021 may 27th. What message would you give? The 25 year ago, Brian Tome and the mid 19 nineties. What message would you have sent to him? I would have told him. Don't Work yourself to a bone and sacrifice some things in the family that you did. There were days I worked longer than I had to. And it wasn't a commensurate fruit. There were things that I did earn people's approval. In the midst of it. I didn't get my family's approval all time. One time, my love life. I had a conversation. But today I'm I'm really sorry that Crossroads with my mistress. And she said, crossword with your mistress, I was your mistress. So I poured too much into the in the church in the early days that still poor lot into it. But there was a lot of Trying to make my mark on the world and just going really, really hard to build this thing, And I wish I would have Biltmore into my family members. In that moment, my family is all good. We're very united family, my kids. Are all engaged the church they love Jesus. They're going the right direction. But I have had huge but I'll give you one of them. I remember one day, my daughter. I think like five she was doing cart wheels. And I was so stressed out by things, the church and things that were happening here in there. I just I just came unglued. I should stop with the cart wheels. Enough. I'll just And she looked at me with this. Look on her face that I'll never forget. And it's one of my biggest regret to this day. Um, I just was too immersed in my work. I wish I could tell myself the 30 year old Bill build things that's fine, but don't get carried away here. 25 years from now. It's very likely I will not be on the radio. The year will be 2020 40 20 forties 2046 25 years from now, 2046 25 years. You're gonna math, William. How you still good in math. I thought you were just a beautiful face. No, Tony, and you're trying to change 25 years from now it is 2046. Where is Brian Tone? I really have no idea because if you'd asked me that 25 years ago, I would have never predicted I was where I was right now. My hope is that I'm.

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"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 5 months ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Ever. He's poolside with a cigar right now. Hasn't lost again is warmer here than there for once. I don't understand for 12 hours last Wait. Was it Wednesday? I'm looking at my cameras, ice and snow. Segment. Get me out of the studio important that we have Brian Tome coming up. Next Stay tuned for some that old time. Religion is to wide not to get the vaccine by Brian Tome or wide to get it from tome sake, Willy on this April the 26 others Monday we say happy birthday to Josh Williams. Marcia Vulcans and the former first lady Melania Trump, Really, and Happy anniversary today. Donna and Ron Larkin of Ron's Roost. We love them and said, I want to thank Sean Dwyer. For giving me the idea to call Mick poolside and also Willie on this date 88 80 years ago today today at hallowed Wrigley Field in Chicago. Don't tell Mei Babe Ruth called it dope. The strains of organ music drifted across a professional baseball field for the first time on this national pretzel day. And National Richter scale Day. Said. Get me out of student report without historical data we leave you with the immortal words of the stewed report last season for us did not go well. It was an embarrassment. So let's pick another wide receiver. Continue.

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"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"He'll forget his roots of Saint ex and everything else will say saying Hoo! Yeah. But it'll be Eddie and Rachel, then your comments today. Do you have any other fantasies already? So Rocky's already he's not here today. Can't say wow, that didn't take long. He's moving up, moving up the food chain. Wow. But Eddie gets most of the great political guessed that I'd like to have a man that smells nice and Bates. That's what I would like a bee n is done. Segment. Get me out of the studio report Coming up. Next is Brian Tome of Crossroads, a man of the cloth to talk about the duty, says a citizen, and if you're standing in line to vote when it's open for the next 28 days And you can vote any time and you got to stand in line an hour to vote. You're probably stupid. Willie in honor of an absolutely beautiful day here in the tri state and go Bangles way leave you with the immortal words of the stupid report. I got hairy legs that turn that that that that that turns about blonde in the sun. One isn't Trump just let him speak. That's what you've got to do. Don't interrupt real presidential there. Have Biden in his own words. Just talk segment. Thank you. What? You worked with me to keep the crosstown shoot out alive. I'll see what I can do. You work your side of the fence hugs. I'm gonna call my older brother, John Cunningham to see what you've done. And also great Christopher, you know who also want to get involved in. This is John Barrett. John could order he could order a king. That's correct. And Gary massive would order it. That would be it. So Myron Larkin and Joe Sunderland done Get Andi Mack, get Anna back. Damn hard. Bingo! Terry Nelson. He had a knell is known to you, Gino. Let's get it done. Get her done in Sag man next week, I will not be here. My my, my Mike McConnell will be here. There's a chance that we may switch. Give it a week. You mean I'm going to be in there with you in the morning? Bingo. I have to look at you at 5 A.m.. Many women have well, okay. You want to explain that segment? Thank you very much. Yes, sir. Schedule. Next is Brian Tome of Crossroads at your home of the Reds, the Bangles and across town. Shoot out that Bob Kohlhepp may order on news radio 700. W well And now a moment with Eddie and Rocky. It feels like the nation is completely divided Protest ng and rioting across the country and there's the covert 19 stuff. Yeah, we get it. You're passionate about your feelings. That's why it's so important to talk. We think it's important for everyone to be here. Eddie and Rocky, I've got my opinions. Eddie has his and you have yours be a part of the conversation and joints this afternoon at three on 700 wlw. Westerner Southern has built for times like these.

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"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Billy Cunningham. Let's set up the rested today. Of course, after one o'clock a sergeant Dan Hills, and we're going to talk about the tactics. Being prepared as I speak for the decision being made and around a tailor situation, whether or not Cincinnati's going to be subjected to riots. Whether these individuals to travel around the country to ferment revolution going to use Cincinnati again. We had three or four days of it. You may recall including some dude that put a skateboard through the windows of the Hamlet County Justice Center. I don't know. He's been arrested yet that it really angers me that somebody could do that on live television. I was watching Channel five, and this dude puts a skateboard through the window and people are cheering and like no big deal and account anger's made there's plywood going up. In the courthouse is in Louisville. Come on. And ah We're going to talk about that after one o'clock what Cincinnati will do it might do. Plus I'm getting more information for my dating connections. The pizza place he was going to was called Cousin Vinny's. They're open to three o'clock in the morning. Which is more or less across the street. So if you're in the Dayton area, I've gone on the date Daily news website. There's not much Not much happening on date daily news. They kind of still going with the idea that possibly it was a hit skip which it may be, but the evidence I'm getting from contacts to the family and also from Dayton Police indicates that Doesn't make any sense. But I have Danny from Dayton areas known as Belmonte Neighborhood can be rough, but generally safe. He was found missing a shoe. What happened to that? And I want to get your reaction if you can be a little more filling in some of the blanks 513749 7000 with the Michael current situation very, very said And most of the information that we have now indicates it was a robbery that he was beaten. And, Ah, that is a tragedy. That is incredible. Plus, how does a person drive a car then down 911? And the caller said there's a teenager laying in the road. There's this kid just unconscious in the road. I don't I didn't see him moving. The woman says she saw the team later identified as Michael current. While she was in her vehicle heading TTO work she saw Him move his head was covered in blood. Now, if I'm not woman, dammit, I stopped my car. I try to run or whatever. Help I can I get 2 901 I call work and I say you know what? I'll be there about 30 minutes. How do you drive past someone in that condition? And just call nine. I guess it's good to call 911. But you got to render help him. I write about that. 513749 12 7031, the home of Brian Tome coming up after two o'clock and Brian Combs on news radio 700 that were you out of the 700 wlw. Now, Bill Cunningham. Let's get at it. Now, after one o'clock is Dan Hill is getting ready for the announcement sometime today or tomorrow about the indictment or not indictment of those officers involved in the killing of Rianna Taylor. And we also have the circumstances happening..

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"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This kind of stuff happens, the narrative gets co opted. So if you're white, or if you're black And you are hurt by whatever comes down with the Louisville. Grand jury and you proceed to hurt others or her property. Your cause is going to be hurt, not let alone let alone the business is going to hurt the people who hurt People. They're going to make the future of America or the radical middle. It's people who are in the middle. It's people who don't line up entirely with ideology on the right or ideology and the left and that is the vast majority of Americans knows people when they see looting and destruction. They're going to be turned off and they're going to naturally react opposite of your cause. So I just hope that doesn't happen. Um, for all those reasons, but I just mentioned we need a better racial climate year. And that kind of stuff going to make a worse climate. I also say to those folks, everybody's hurting here. Believe it or not, everybody is I don't know anybody in the white is white or black. Who isn't exhausted by the race conversation isn't exhaust. If you're not white, you haven't easier time. Excuse me. If you're not what you do have a harder time in this country. Ugo. Lunge. Everybody is exhausted on this. Everyone really is trying to do there about unfortunate for a small minority of people. Their best isn't good enough and we're still having too many bad things happen. Brian, tell him Thank you. And good luck. And what is the day Crossroads is opening October 4. Not this weekend, but the next weekend and all of our major campuses, And I would imagine there's rules in place about Shaking, hands hugging communion separation. Is that true? Yeah, That's part of why we opened back up. A swell bill is because the things that we thought sounded so awful four months ago that we couldn't do church on those conditions. We've all normalized to do all the normal things you're gonna have to Goto. Star box or to a movie theater. Whatever you're gonna have across his location, they'll be masked. There'll be social distancing would be will be will be seats that are blocked off. We're not giving out free coffee first time ever. We have done across the thing and not giving out free coffee because germs could spread that way. So Yeah, a lot of those little protocols in place that we don't think that those air really distracting or awed. And today's current climate we've all gotten used to it. Brian Tome you give me Hope. Thank you very much, and we'll do it again. And hopefully tonight tomorrow things will become William. I hope so. It's an honor to be with you. And it makes my day when I get to make you laugh just by selling your brother. I laugh. I don't know what it is. When I When I speak with you, I instinctively laugh. Why is that? I don't know. Maybe because I have the joy of the Lord about my life. It's just infected you, William. That's why Do you believe in? Do you believe in purgatory? What last purgatory Purgatory. I'm thinking if you get there first to heaven, and I need to burn a bit for some of the things I've said and done. Would you say a few prayers to get me up? Uh, I'm saying crazy right now, and I don't believe you're going to purgatory. I believe you're going straight to heaven, brother. Ryan Tome. God bless you and God bless Crossroads. Thank you very much. Welcome, William. Thank you. The guy makes me laugh. Some people I just start talking and I started laughing. I don't know why. Your reaction On the other side. We're going to do a flash poll about Governor Mike DeWine's response to covert 19. This is the first Thursday in six months That match time and decided not to put the governor on the air every Tuesday and Thursday at two o'clock. And I we want to know on the other side. How popular? That decision has been. Plus the booing the governor and the lieutenant governor went through in Vandalia. And Swanton, Ohio yesterday, I think was the lobster devil what I feel at the grassroots level. Which is not reflective in the polling. Well, counting him. 700 wlw Scott.

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"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"How cautious organizations governments churches have been. I'm going to go down that path, Bill. I'm just much more concerned over whether we think this is going be a permanent change for us because Now we need to be cautious. I think there is data that we need to look at right now. Data like I'd personally No. I just know somebody who just committed suicide. This'll last last week, and I can't say for sure Corona virus did it, but certainly conditions around Corona virus did not help in that situation. Whatsoever. I've called around the churches that are the largest church in the city. We benchmark with each other or you're opening up. What's going on at the ones I called five. None of us have had Do a funeral for anybody who's died of covert. Now to me, That's relative that are relevant. Um, it doesn't tell me that we're doing everything wrong right now. It tells me that if we as a country continue to go to the side of caution, continue try to separate one another continue to lesson human interaction. There are dangers and health risks that are really happening right now are only going to grow in the last six months. There are three police officers who have killed themselves, and there's three lawyers I'm aware of in the last six months have killed themselves. And you talk about the mild depressive conditions you experienced. Imagine being a police officer in this environment reporting to work every day. If you don't have PTSD when you begin your going to have a win end and that includes also those that are firefighters and EMS workers. And if you're an attorney having to deal with some of the issues attorneys have to deal with on a regular basis. The suicides in Ohio have been much worse than the death of covert 19. In addition to the drinking, and the fentanyl and heroin and illegal use of drugs is much greater. Everyone seems to ignore the fact that the cure is worse than the disease. And we can't say that because that means the decisions made the past six or seven months have been wrong, and therefore you can't say that. But when Mike DeWine who's a friend of mine that I like Was booed roundly yesterday with the president and banned Alia. When he was announced, the 3000 faithful were booing him. They were booing, not him as a person, but the policies he advocated that that has hurt them severely. And so you know, we live in difficult times. And I keep hearing Brian Tome about the new normal because in covert 19, somehow American society has been changed forever. I can recall a comment you made six months ago to me that this changes everything in the foreseeable future, and you had said at one point you were waiting till the end of the year or next year. Why you're bringing back in person services before the end of the year or next year. Well, first I wouldn't I'm not so sure that we the government had the wrong policies up to now. The truth is we don't we have no idea if if we just cared on as normal, What would the death rate B but would the infection rate? That's something we just don't know. So I don't think there's much good and looking back and second guessing what we've done to this point when so much light of legitimately dies a little caution. No question. No question. Has saved lives enough lives to warn the conditions. I don't know We could debate that another day. But my what we did a crossroads is we said, Look from what it looks like for us months ago. Let's just shut down to the end of 2021 to the end of 2020, because uncertainty is killing our organization, Ping pong back and forth every week. We have services weekend or not. What's the latest? The last instruction statistic. What? Topping this. Okay, But do it. Do it, do it. Oh, no, Let's cancel. It was back and forth over over. So we said, Let's just push away out there. Let's work on another model of ministry. And we did that. And then what Their place is few months later that statistics change and a bunch of things change. So we said All right, well, let's change again. Let's not do it. 2 2021. Let's open up in a few weeks, and so will I. A leader and we had the church. Worst job be responsive and we're trying to be responsible. We have no freaking idea what we're doing right now. You have no freaking way. Don't anybody knows anyone who says they know what they're doing Right now You need to look at them. As the leaders say, you are leering leader who lies or is delusional. None of us know it. We're doing in the midst of this stuff, and I'm just making the best decisions I can and day by day basis. Now we have two issues percolating. I did not know Michael Kerr and I watched him play basketball at Mueller for a couple of years. And I do not know his parents. But I know that family because I'm a Roman Catholic. I know what the boys are at Mueller. I went to Xavier. I understand that much like the kid from cuff Cath. I never met him. Never met his family. But I knew that kid because I was that kid and Mueller. Michael Current is the kind of kid we would like all of our sons or daughters. To be doing it right. Mentoring sophomores and freshmen. He was involved in Catholic organizations he gave of his time to Big brothers and big sisters. See he was top of his class, and then he goes to Dayton and for some reason He's killed and the family is going through Hell. We now also have the circumstance, probably at five or six PM today or tomorrow at the latest. There's going to be a grand jury announcement in Louisville, which is which might be used as an excuse by many. The trash. Louisville or trash Cincinnati again. What would you say Brian Tome to those that are hurting? In their minds from what happened in a tragedy or what's going to happen this afternoon after the Louisville decision is announced, what would you say to those to find peace? And if you're angry about something, do not take it out on innocent parties that had nothing to do with the pain. Cincinnati's not had a questionable police shooting and 19 years. And God, I hope there's not one for the next 19 years. However, there's a sense that thousands of individuals are kind of waiting as an excuse to go trash otr or Oakley or Clifton. What would you say to them this afternoon? Well, if you're one of the people is trying to go trash something you got recognized that's going to get your cause. Nowhere. It's only stealing. The backbone of people who you believe are racist dissolves into star Steve Harvey. African American talks of host Do a little thing on YouTube about Hey, man won won won..

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"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Find your local channel by going to w g in America dot com. Give Robert Jones plumbing a call for all your plumbing needs the world's friendliest plumbers. Robert Jones Plumbing, right. Billie Cunningham was set up the rest of today. Of course, after one o'clock a sergeant Dan Hills, and we're going to talk about the tactics. Being prepared as I speak for the decision being made him around a tailor situation whether or not Cincinnati's going to be subjected to riots. Whether these individuals to travel around the country to ferment revolution going to use Cincinnati again, we had three or four days of it. You may recall including some dude that put a skateboard through the windows of the Hamlet County Justice Center. I don't know. He's been arrested yet that it really angers me that somebody could do that on live television. I was watching Channel five. And this dude puts a skateboard through the window and people are cheering and like no big deal and account angers me. There's plywood going up. In the courthouse is in Louisville. Come on. And ah We're going to talk about that after one o'clock what Cincinnati will do it might do. Plus I'm getting more information for my dating connections. The pizza place he was going to was called Cousin Vinny's. They're open to three o'clock in the morning. Which is more or less across the street. So if you're in the Dayton area, I've gone on the date Daily news website. There's not much Not much happening on date daily news. They kind of still going with the idea that possibly it was a hit skip which it may be, but the evidence I'm getting from contacts to the family and also from Dayton Police indicates that Doesn't make any sense. But I have Danny from Dayton areas known as Belmonte Neighborhood can be rough, but generally safe. He was found missing a shoe. What happened to that? And I'm going to get your reaction if you can be a little more filling in some of the blanks 513749 7000 with the Michael current situation very, very sad. And most of the information that we have now indicates it was a robbery that he was beaten. And, Ah, that is a tragedy. That is incredible. Plus, how does a person drive a car men down 911? And the caller said there's a teenager laying in the road. There's this kid just unconscious in the road. I don't I didn't see him moving. The woman says she saw the team later identified as Michael current. While she was in her vehicle heading TTO work she saw Him move his head was covered in blood. Now, if I'm not woman, dammit, I stopped my car. I try to run or whatever. Help I can I get 2 901 I call work and I say you know what? I'll be there about 30 minutes. How do you drive past someone in that condition? And just call nine. I guess it's good to call 911. But you got to render help him. I write about that. 513749 12 7031, the home of Brian Tome coming up after two o'clock and Brian Combs on news.

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"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I was bad Bowl bowl by Billy coming on the great American. These are difficult times. I'm not sure any times have been easy. When I look at what's happening around the country with looting and fires and protest and assault on police the fact that police officers do not want to respond now because their lives are in jeopardy. They have no backup. When they make split second decisions. They don't think they're respected by the communities in which they operate. And by the mayors and governors who have to support them when I look at what's happening in northern Kentucky with embattled Kent County family Court Judge Don gentry. And her attorneys. What's happening out of that courtroom is that sex was for sale in exchange for judicial activities. When I look at what's happening to the McDonald's CEO All the money in the world, and he used his power and prestige to prey upon defenceless women. And I think there's all kinds of difficulties that we see. Hopefully, Brian Tome of Crossroads, Khun bring some peace to the Tri state. Brian Toma crossroads. Welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show, Brian, How are you? William? I am a good as anybody can be in the midst of this crazy time we live in right now. I'm talking to you today. So how could I not be doing good? Two or three issues are percolating in my head like a baby and an empty railroad boss Boxcar. One of them was what's happening repeatedly in a major American cities, which happened in Cincinnati for like, four or five days. And that is a sense of not belonging a sense of entitlement. A sense of what yours is mine. What's mine is mine a sense of disrespect for the law. And so when I look at what happened in over otr from, like three or four days there was about $1.5 billion in investment by Steve Leaper of three CDC and others. Small business owner. Small shopkeepers obliterated when I look at 50% of the restaurants and bars under the governor's orders are going to close when I look at the disrespect for law enforcement. And very rarely is it earned. But what happened to George Floyd was probably not murder. But it was a crime committed against him and causing his death. And I look at every night in Portland, the last two or three nights in Chicago of massive looting. And there was a comment this morning on G n that I monitored that said that black lives matter believes they're entitled to reparations and that is taking flatscreen TVs from best buy or or Gucci purses or those from Louisville. Aton somehow is entitled Mentality as a man of the cloth as a man following Jesus, I want to ask you. What would Jesus do? I think we know what he would say what he would do. But what is speech, too, is a lack of involvement, a lack of commitment something greater than myself that so many Americans feel that somehow we're not all in this together that I'm a victim, and then I have to lash out. Do you sense you've been at those 20 years or so do you sense These are different times. One average Americans feel as if they're entitled to certain things, whether it's sex from a subordinate or whether it's Judge Gentry and and Kenton County, demanding sex from lawyers for a favorable decision or the head of McDonald's Corporation. Having sex with female subordinates. I want to say to you, Brian, What the hell is going on? Well, I have been around for a while. I'm sorry to say that I keep getting older and older. It can't beat back Father time. Not four years old. My God. And I I gotta tell ya, I think our culture has been shifting. Bill. I think that we have gotten We've just gotten off track and I have been a bunch of different origin you talk about just there. I think I think our disrespect for the law and make our disrespect for or disrespect for due process is is in an all time low and, of course. Can we have some things that people are not happy or excited about going on in our country?.

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Newsradio 700 WLW

02:41 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Out more testimony out of the courtroom of Judge Don Gentry quote Court employees say they heard moaning. And stretching of chairs. It was well known in the court system that sexual favors are being handed out to the judge in exchange for our jobs, and we'll see continue to follow that in the news after two o'clock today is your friend and mine Governor Mike DeWine. To discuss the most recent events in Ohio. And as we continue to point out, at least I do under 1/100 of 1% of Ohioans in the general population. Died a covert 19 and I'm very emboldened by the fact that Dr Scott Atlas has joined the CDC advisory committee about howto handle this, which is wash yur hands where masks say, socially distant and then get back to work because I would imagine Football players that you see would say ah, much safer inside the so called bubble of UC football, then I am not in the bubble of you see football, and if rates are going up on infection, I'd rather be in a cloistered environment with testing. And expectations and challenges the knot in the environment being at home, but many are not discussing that. But coming up. Next is the stooge report. Also Brian Tome also governor Mike DeWine to see what happens in about 30 minutes at your home of the Reds playing tonight. Kansas City Starting about 5 40 on news radio 700 WLW isn't tonight. This is 700 wlw microphone, but I had no idea it was that sensitive, Quiet numbskulls on broadcast. Sigmund. This is from Judge Don Gentry's courtroom. Yet men went a secret microphone. Put there by Rocky Boy Man. What's going on there? Well, it's everything is about judicial independence. It's about understanding that somehow The public must be served one way or another. You know what I'm saying? That's for sure. You're saying Chander lover? It was a reverend. By the way, I think he taught religion San Ex high school. What about those pictures at the photos of the genitalia testimony today yet was that She sent pictures of her genitalia. I showed up in her lover's phone. But she said it was really sent to an aunt of hers. So she had a hemorrhoid wanted. She wanted the nurse slash and two diagnosed her hemorrhoids,.

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Newsradio 700 WLW

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hey, I'm tired of this, too, Or, you know Denise tree out. She's in her first term or ELISA Marie. If she's elected the county Commission or Andy Black, he's elected. Are these new folks coming on here on both sides? The city in the county going to say you know what This hasn't or no were elected to solve problems for the people, and now it's time to solve the problems. Until until someone does that. I mean way have sit here and assume it's just going to come or the same more you know, back and forth and, you know, pointing fingers and nothing getting done. And still empty lot down there on the front porch developed beautifully that I think probably if things have gotten along, that thing would have already been fully throughout. Developed. Done moved on. We'd all been loving but lastly, we're not in Campbell County. We're judged on Gentry is having banging relationships with their former minister, in chambers with with parties and with empty beer cans and empty booze bottles and engaging in sexual relationships with men and women. Well, we're wearing a judicial robe. At least we don't have that situation going on. At least I beat. At least we do not know what a story that is. Well, it's you know, I know I sleep with a female judge. I've done it for, like 50 years, and I'm begging people. Good. That's it, And I know eight or nine of her body's names. Unmentioned who are female judges, Democrats, Republicans. They are aghast. They and then I hear things. This happens all the time. There's bare and I said What? I've never been in the courtroom of any female or male judge in which there's empty beer bottles, booze, bottles and sex and grunts coming out of chambers and then jobs being offered two female sex partners in exchange for activities. And I'm watching this and I'm going People think this is normal. I got a text from a female attorney says she's a shocked and I said Look, women are not responsible for Don gentry any more than I'm responsible for someone else's behavior. But at least you're not in Campbell County. Give us credit for that. At least put on a camel can IQ and ask you one quick question. You brought up the people, Judge. Penny Cunningham has she been able to convince you to move downtown? I'll say this. I was getting closer until about two months ago. And then I saw what I was told for decades that once labor and those guys did their $1 billion improvement that the riots the trashing of downtown otr was done. It shocked many of us two or three months ago when it wasn't done. There was a pretext miles 500 miles away to cause a $1,000,000,000 in investment ago. South I may wait for a year or two until property values cut in half. When they cut in half and the city is functional and the river front's looking good and there's not sitting county fights and the Bangles have committed to stay and the platform over the top before Washington away is done. And a beautiful park is existing there that I would consider it. Tell me when that happens. I don't know when that happens, I'd like to say is a man of the city, Bill Cunningham. About that. Of course, I may run for City Council Now. Wouldn't that be something, man? I don't know your time up here, man. We're good. We're getting down. Grab hold. Now that I'm no longer qualified to talk about that. I'm young compared to David man. So Jason Williams, thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show and thank you. We'll see what happens. You may have to deal with this in six or eight years, but I'll be on a beach somewhere. Really? I don't want to get your reaction. Next. Coming up after one o'clock is Joe Donlan from GMTV about what's happening in Chicago with riots? Scheduled 1 35 today. Brian Tome two o'clock the Governor at your home of the Reds, starting tonight, again on news Radio 700 That were you out of 700 WLW News, Traffic and Weather News Radio 700 W..

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Newsradio 700 WLW

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And stretching of chairs. It was well known in the court system that sexual favors are being handed out to the judge in exchange for a jobs and we'll see continue to follow that in the news. After two o'clock today is your friend and mine Governor Mike DeWine to discuss the most recent events in Ohio. And as we continue to point out, at least I do under 1/100 of 1% of Ohioans in the general population. Died a covert 19 and I'm very emboldened by the fact that Dr Scott Atlas has joined the CDC advisory committee about howto handle this, which is wash yur hands where masks say, socially distant and then get back to work because I would imagine Football players that you see would say ah, much safer inside the so called bubble of UC football, then I am not in the bubble of you see football, and if rates are going up on infection, I'd rather be in a cloistered environment with testing. And expectations and challenges the knot in the environment being at home, but many are not discussing that. But coming up. Next is a stooge report. Also Brian Tome also governor Mike DeWine to see what happens in about 30 minutes at your home of the Reds playing tonight. Kansas City starting about 5 40 On news Radio, 700 WLW Cincinnati News, Traffic and Weather News Radio 700 W ell delegate. Cincinnati Will a big 10 postpone fall SPORTS? This is the 1 30 report. I'm Matt Reese Breaking now. The decision could come as soon as today. The Big 10 might decide to postpone football and other sports. In the fall because of the pandemic. ESPN has been reporting that the conference is considering either postponing This season until the end of September or moving it to the spring. The Detroit Free Press reported yesterday that presidents in the Big 10 voted overwhelmingly not to play this fall. A group of star players pushing to play ABC is Kaylee Hartung from Baton Rouge, Louisiana, home of the National Champ. L s U Tigers in their former quarterback, actual birth. I wanna have a season, but we want to do it the right way. Stanford's Dylan Bowls among the players who organized the Hail Mary effort to save the season without having uniform mandated health and safety Sanders In regards to code like there's no way that the season king can go on. So the thing is, we want to be able to ask players advocate for that This is fears grow over the long term effects. Covert could have an Indiana University football.

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01:44 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Was getting closer until about two months ago. And then I saw what I was told for decades that once labor and those guys did their $1 billion improvement that the riots the trashing of downtown otr was done. It shocked many of us two or three months ago when it wasn't done. There was a pretext miles 500 miles away to cause a $1,000,000,000 in investment ago. South I may wait for a year or two until property values cut in half. When they cut in half and the city is functional and the river front's looking good and there's not sitting county fights and the Bangles have committed to stay and the platform over the top before Washington away is done. And a beautiful park is existing there that I would consider it. Tell me when that happens. I don't know When that happens, All I can say is the man of the city Bill Cunningham. About that. Of course, I may run for City Council. Now. Wouldn't that be something? Man Your time up here, man. We're good. We're getting down. Grab hold now, And I'm like no longer qualified to talk about that. I'm young compared to David man. So Jason Williams, thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show and thank you. We'll see what happens. You may have to deal with this in six or eight years, but I'll be on a beach somewhere. Thanks Really? But let's continue. I want to get your reaction. Next. Coming up after one o'clock is Joe Donlan from a GMTV about what's happening in Chicago, with riots Scheduled 1 35 today. Brian Tome two o'clock the Governor at your home of the Reds, starting tonight, again on news Radio, 700 wlw. Trading.

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Newsradio 700 WLW

07:13 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Mike DeWine, 5 40 tonight. Red Space Ball kicks off again. Until then. The Reverend the right Reverend Brian Tome. Welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show and Brian Tome of Crossroads. How are you, William? I am great. I wish the governor was my good friend. I wish I had met the governor. I have not met him. Claimant. I can set that up. You want to talk with him? Oh, man, I think enough people giving him well, I don't think I would help him at all. What? We're back friendly again because we got sideways for a couple of months. But now we've talked off the air and He's coming on with Mayo. Whenever I want. I'm going to get him on some point here. He's on a lot anyway. I want to probe his mind to see what he's thinking because the fatality rate in Ohio is well under 1/100 of 1%. That the fatality rate in Kentucky as well less than 1/100 of 1% by historical models and standards, We're doing a fabulous job and making sure that few people catch it and when they do catch it, there traded, 99.8% of the people who contracted Survive. Unlike many other flues and viruses, you might recall that in 1968 1969 110,000 Americans died in the Asian flu. And there was a couple articles in The New York Times saying Be careful, but In today's numbers. I'd be 200,000 churches didn't shut down. Schools didn't shut down businesses, then shut down. We simply got on in life. I was a Saviour at the time, and I can recall. Be careful. There's a nasty strain of the virus out there. You can recall 1918 1919 when the dough boys came marching home from Orb, or 1 675,000 Americans died of the Spanish flu. Which he quits to 2.2 million Americans today. No businesses shut down. No schools didn't shut down. People got on with their life. So can you tell me first, Before you ask me, I would be interesting. If you ask Governor of why. I think one of the interesting points he brought up, but I'm not sure how I feel about it was equating. Corona virus Code 19 to Spanish flu. Remember that next press conference couple weeks ago, said that that seems like a stretch to me. I mean, President Trump his grandfather brought home From from being out One night he had a cough. Next morning. It was dead. That was Spanish. Flu serious? I mean, that was awful. I haven't A Spanish flu began 1918 1919 and killed about 50 million. Americans. Of the 500 million affected 1918 pandemics. So 10 10% mortality rate mortality rate for the For this flu is something less than 3% ones. One separated what happened? But why? It was so bad that flew 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 and when that happened, 1918 1919 I've read some of the inquires stories and the post with several newspapers at the time. There was never an effort by the governor of the president. At that point, you might recall 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 across roads to what many other institutions are doing. You're not the lone Ranger Try to get communion at a Catholic churches, difficulty, Catholic churches are largely emptied out. You can't go there. The mall's sores Ana, So what you're doing is similar well. So what's happening mentally between 1918 1956 with the so called Asian flu that killed a lot more Americans that are dying with this? Eisenhower's in the White House? Note No one shut down anything and then 68 69 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 are we doing that? Well, I think we know more scientifically now than we did back when they were a bit more intelligent. That's that's a big thing. Billman who who knows what the numbers would be right now, if we were acting the way when acted in 1918 we didn't understand that. That's that's the black hole run against as a leader. I'm processing a couple things. One is that We just don't know how bad it would be if leaders of institutions weren't taking the measures we're taking right now. Shoot 14 14 Marlins baseball team came down with it, You know, just yesterday. Today I'll tell you what. When Major League baseball the eh, the NFL the NHL To exist to make money. That's why I don't just enter tennis. Take this to make money when they're shutting down their seasons. That says something, so I think his leaders. We just we don't want to put people needlessly and harm. That's one aspect. The second aspect bill is a leader. You could only take people as far as they want to go right then. Right there. Any kindly account for a counselor can only take somebody who's gotten Issues as far as they want to go and our governor and CEOs, whoever passers we can only take people as far as they want to go and people for whatever reason valid, blowing out a portion 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 just They do not want life to get back to normal. They don't want it. They fear that That's just for the statistics. So that's where people people people are on this and no question. We got to react to that, you know, and you were too young. But in 68 69 when we had The most recent pandemic of a serious quality. It affected everybody. Other stuff was going on the Vietnam War was going on. Riots in the cities were going on. And so this was just one other disaster that happened, But it wasn't covered is a disaster was covered is a flu. And right now, this is covered differently if social media did not If social media existed, then the way it does now probably be completely different, and I use the term Only 150,000 Americans have died. If you're one of 100 50,000 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 and a crossroads of you would say, Okay, we're opening up in September. You all hell would break loose. The population probably wouldn't accept it across roads and those who did come there and got sick. You'd be blamed for the death of the injury. Not only would all hell break loose and culture which that's a whole another story, ideological content. I love they're talking about some time. Not only would there be unbelievable peer pressure, but we would be spending all of our staff resources. All of our volunteer resource is all of our energies on, you know, fumigating on cleaning on masks on enforcing six feet apart on all we'd be turning our Sunday morning ministry model upside down. And we've been doing it for about 20% of people who used to come to crossroads..

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Newsradio 700 WLW

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Times as likely to be infected and twice as likely. To die from the virus as white people, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, also criticizing President Trump's handling of the pandemic. Everything is worse is worse than by this crisis, a presidential leadership To change the tone over the last few days as Trump as Doesn't change the fact that the last four years, but instead, he plans to announce his running mate the first week of August. Major League Baseball postpone E Miami Marlins game through Sunday after more than a dozen team members have tested positive for cover 19 Given the current circumstances, Major League Baseball Senate is most prudent to allow the Marlins time to focus on providing care for their players and planning their baseball operations for a resumption early next week. Marlins, who tested positive for covert 19 are isolated and the league said a receiving care. The league also scrapped the rest of the Phillies Yankees Siri's this week since Miami played Philadelphia and New York would have used the same clubhouse, the league said. There have been no new positives off on field personnel from any of the other 29 teams. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News, New York or news any time on demand it 700 wlw dot com. I'm Sean Gallagher News Radio 700 wlw on my Heart Radio online. On your smartphone, iPad and tablet. 700 wlw dot com Hearts, people I made you break 1000 more baby before Teo Bad bowl head. Coming up in about one hour is Brian Tones. Good friend Governor Mike DeWine, 5 40 tonight. Red Space Ball kicks off again. Until then. The Reverend the right Reverend Brian Tome. Welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show and Brian Tome of Crossroads. How are you, William? I am great. I wish the governor was my good friend. I wish I had met the governor. I have not met him. Claimant. I can set that up. You want to talk with him? Oh, man, I think enough people giving him well, I don't think I would help him at all. We're back friendly again because we got sideways for a couple of months. But now we've talked off the air and He's coming on with Mayo. Whenever I want. I'm going to get him on some point here. He's on a lot anyway. I want to probe his mind to see what he's thinking because the fatality rate in Ohio is well under 1/100 of 1%. That the fatality rate in Kentucky is well less than 1/100 of 1% by historical models and standards. We're doing a fabulous job and making sure that few people catch it and when they do catch it there treated 99.8% of the people who contracted Survive. Unlike many other flues and viruses, you might recall that in 1968 1969 110,000 Americans died in the Asian flu. And there was a couple articles in The New York Times saying Be careful, but Today's numbers. I'd be 200,000 churches didn't shut down. Schools didn't shut down. Businesses didn't shut down. We simply got on in life. I was a Saviour at the time, and I can recall. Be careful. There's a nasty strain of the virus out there. You can recall 1918 1919. Ah, when the dough boys came marching home from Orb, or 1 675,000 Americans died of the Spanish flu. Which he quits to 2.2 million Americans today. No businesses shut down. No schools didn't shut down. People got on with their life. So can you tell me first, Before you ask me, I would be interesting if you ask Governor of why? I think one of the interesting point he brought up but I'm not sure how I feel about it was equating. Corona virus Code 19 to Spanish flu. Remember that next press conference couple weeks ago, said that that seems like a stretch to me. I mean, President Trump, his grandfather walked home. From from being out One night he had a cough. Next morning. It was dead. That was Spanish. Flu serious? I mean, that was awful. I haven't A Spanish flu began 1918 1919 and killed about 50 million. Americans. Of the 500 million affected 1918 pandemics. So 10 per 10% mortality rate mortality rate for the For this flu is something less than 3% ones. One separated what happened? But why? It was so bad that flew 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 and when that happened, 1918 1919 I've read some of the inquires stories and the post with several newspapers at the time. There was never an effort by the governor of the president. At that point, you might recall 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 across roads to what many other institutions are doing. You're not the lone Ranger Try to get communion at a Catholic churches, difficulty, Catholic churches are largely emptied out. You can't go there. The mall's sores Ana, So what you're doing is similar well. So what's happening mentally between 1918 1956 with a so called Asian flu that killed a lot more Americans that are dying with this? Eisenhower's in the White House. Note No one shut down anything and then 68 69 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 they were a bit more intelligent. That's that's a big thing. Bill. Me new. Who knows what the numbers would be right now, if we were acting the way when acted in 1918 we didn't understand that. That's that's the black hole run again As a leader, I'm processing a couple things..

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Newsradio 700 WLW

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Love to 202 100. You'll get a confirmation, text and info, standard data and miss straight to fly in this nationwide contest. That's love to 202 100. 1000 hearts, people. I bet you 1000 before Bad bowl. Coming up in about one hour is Brian Tones. Good friend Governor Mike DeWine, 5 40 tonight. Red Space Ball kicks off again. Until then. The Reverend the right Reverend Brian Tome. Welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show and Brian Tome of Crossroads. How are you, William? I am great. I wish the governor was my good friend. I wish I had met the governor. I have not met him. I can set that up. You want to talk with him? Oh, man, I think enough people giving him well, I don't think I would help him at all. We're back friendly again because we've got sideways for a couple of months. But now we've talked off the air and He's coming on with Mayo. Whenever I want. I'm going to get him on In some point here. He's on a lot anyway. I want to probe his mind to see what he's thinking because the fatality rate in Ohio is well under 1/100 of 1%. That the fatality rate in Kentucky is well less than 1/100 of 1%. By historical models and standards. We're doing a fabulous job and making sure that few people catch it and when they do catch it, there traded, 99.8% of the people who contracted Survive. Unlike many other flues and viruses, you might recall that in 1968 1969 110,000 Americans died in the Asian flu. And there was a couple articles in The New York Times saying Be careful, but Today's numbers. I'd be 200,000 churches didn't shut down. Schools didn't shut down businesses, then shut down. We simply got on in life. I was a Saviour at the time, and I can recall. Be careful. There's a nasty strain of the virus out there. You can recall 1918 1919 when the dough boys came marching home from Orb, or 1 675,000 Americans died of the Spanish flu. Which he quits to 2.2 million Americans today. No businesses shut down. No schools didn't shut down. People got on with their life. So can you tell me first before you actually I would be interesting if you ask Governor of why. I think one of the interesting points he brought up, but I'm not sure how I feel about it was equating. Corona virus Code 19 to Spanish flu. Remember that next press conference couple weeks ago, said that that seems like a stretch to me. I mean, President Trump, his grandfather walked home. From from being out One night he had a cough. Next morning. It was dead. You know, that was Spanish flu serious? I mean, that was awful. I haven't A Spanish flu began 1918 1919 and killed about 50 million. Americans. Of the 500 million affected 1918 pandemics. So 10 10% mortality rate mortality rate for the For this flu is something less than 3% ones. One separated what happened? But why? It was so bad that flew 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 and when that happened, 1918 1919 I've read some of the inquires stories and the post with several newspapers at the time. There was never an effort by the governor of the president. At that point, you might recall 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 across roads to what many other institutions are doing. You're not the lone Ranger Try to get communion at a Catholic churches, difficulty, Catholic churches are largely emptied out. You can't go there. The mall's sores Ana, So what you're doing is similar well. So what's happening mentally between 1918 1956 with the so called Asian flu that killed a lot more Americans that are dying with this? Eisenhower's in the White House? Note No one shut down anything and then 68 69 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 are we doing that? Well, I think we know more scientifically now than we did back when they were a bit more intelligent. That's that's a big thing. Billman who who knows what the numbers would be right now, if we were acting the way when acted in 1918 we didn't understand that. That's that's the black hole run again as a leader. I'm processing a couple things. One is that we just don't know how bad it would be if leaders of institutions weren't taking the measures we're taking right now, you know 14 14 Marlins baseball team came down with it, You know, just yesterday today and I'll tell you what, when Major League baseball the eh, the NFL the NHL To exist to make money. That's why they don't just enter tennis. Take this to make money when they're shutting down their seasons. That says something, so I think his leaders we just we don't want to. Put people needlessly and harm. That's one aspect. The second aspect Bill is a leader. You could only take people as far as they want to go. Right, but any kind of a counselor, a councilor can only take somebody who's got issues as far as they want to go, and our governor and Dios. Whoever passers we can only take people as far as they want to go and people for whatever reason valid, blowing out a portion 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 just They do not want life to get back to normal. They don't want it. They fear that That's just for the statistics. So that's where people people people are on this and no question. We got to react to that, you know, and you were too young. But in 68 69 when we had The most recent pandemic of a serious quality. It affected everybody. Other stuff was going on the Vietnam War was going on. Riots in the cities were going on. And so this was just one other disaster that happened, But it wasn't covered is a disaster was covered is a flu. And right now, this is covered differently if social media did not If social media existed, then the way it does now probably be completely different, and I use the term Only 150,000 Americans have died. If you're one of 100 50,000 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 and a crossroads of you would say, Okay, we're opening up in September. You all hell would break loose. The population probably wouldn't accept it across roads and those who did come there and got sick. You'd be blamed for the death of the injury. Not only would all hell break loose and culture which that's a whole another story, geological event I love they're talking about some time. Not only would there be unbelievable peer pressure, but we would be spending all of our staff resources. All of our volunteer resource is all of our energies on, you know, fumigating on cleaning on masks on enforcing six feet apart on all we'd be turning our Sunday morning ministry model upside down. And we've been doing it for about 20% of people used to come to crossroads. So it's just not a good division of labour. We've gotta put our labour elsewhere. I think that I think that this is a permanent change, bill. I know you said that you said that months ago, James It's permitted seven months ago, and I'll say it again, you know right now. Remember Byrd flew and stars My mother still know. Yeah, there's still no vaccines for those. No, they're in there. So this one who knows if there's gonna be a vaccine for this ever we we keep hoping out. Hope we keep hoping there's Going to be a vaccine, but it's going to be awhile. This this sucker's gonna be around and America is so afraid of this thing that I don't see our fears. Just Going away in a month. I don't see the Americans going, okay? It's ridiculous. Get back. I don't see that I see is staying in this hunker down thing. And and I'm personally Bilham. I'm done fighting that I really am. I've Ah, just sometimes you can't fight reality. This is the reality. This is where the majority of the country is until the leader. I've gotta lead Riken take people by now. I got a text about you made these comments to it three months ago, and I recall what you said. It changes everything religion. The present presentation will be different. I got a text from someone that says Well, if Brian tone believes in God, why doesn't he put himself in the hands of God? And if there is a God, he'll make sure the crossroads has no infections. And Brian Tone doesn't believe. How would you respond to that? First I would respond your butt head. I wish I knew you so I could just look in the face and tell your bottle, but that's the first way of responding. Second way of responding do wear seat belts. Do you? Do you take eight hours of sleep a night? Do you do? You wear helmet? When you're on a motorcycle Do do you take a vaccination for the flu? I know somebody. They've got normal flu and they lost a leg from the flu..

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"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

14:24 min | 2 years ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And sports barley corn get over here. take a little while. at the door. going to continue and I want to thank god Darlene to middle door. very nice cars thank you so much for the hours of enjoyment you given my husband Charlie who losses like about seven years ago listens to you every day enjoy your show so much Darling middle door thank you and thank you for listening I met hundreds Reds fans yesterday to celebrate the life and times of other hall of Famer none of us are indispensable most of us are important all of us are indispensable in the eyes of our family and our loved ones but do have feelings toward men or women you've never met just listen doing get snippets of their life and when I go into the holy grail of the great American so many people on a picture taken I don't take it for granted I try not to big time ever anyone like us some might do but I like the fact then joy greatly the fact that I can motivate and help one of the best things that happens when I do those kinds of events is that soldiers come up to me and say that they now so much love the I heart media app because what they do is download the podcast and they get a snippet of what's happening in Cincinnati when they're in Iraq Afghanistan and a soldier came up to me in Europe and that's what they do and they download the app and they get the podcast and they're able to stay in touch with all the political social athletic cultural events happening in Cincinnati feel connected and the good old days that one possible once you get outside the reach of the transmitter which which might might only be about five hundred to a thousand miles you kind of lose track because of technology today the I heart media app basically can listen to any radio station in America and the fact that I can be and fort Myers Florida I be in Naples and I can listen crystal clear the seven hundred WLW is a wonderful thing man the best thing is when soldiers download my show and then share with other tristate soldier serving in harm's way overseas and they come up to me there's not enough I can do for those men and women that do those kinds of things and Marty is the same way he's wonderful around most individuals that what ninety nine percent wish him well and and Mike. case because I can be a divisive character I get about ninety percent positive in ten percent negative and Marty's cases probably ninety nine point nine percent positive and point zero one percent negative because that that the speech I tend to make on opening day involves the fact that were separated many times by race by gender by religion by political beliefs by orientations of one type or another the Reds baseball should be uniting thing that brings us all together sports in general should say let's play politics at the front door we may feel strongly about certain issues but none the less when we come together as a people there's a occasion when sports should be unit uniting factor unifying of all of us under one banner the things that make us common are much more than things that separates and so Reds baseball has been that for at least for the last forty six years and having the chronicler of that kind of event having someone a clear voice who is who is charismatic and funny and informative one individual said to me should I get into radio I say absolutely not it's too difficult for for those who do I said listen to Marty Brennaman. because he's concise he paints a picture tells a story he's fun to listen to it's entertaining when you meet him out in public he's got a big smile on his face he's approachable he's easy. and I think in an opinion written by Brian tome my friends from my friend from crossroads that popped up in the Enquirer couple hours ago Candace says it all and Brian tome who with every other Monday normally we talk about better about the issues you con understands how life works on I can't imagine the wonderful life that he's led coming here from Pittsburgh about twenty three years ago with really no one part of this church wanting to form and preach the gospel and he had nothing and no buildings had no flock only had was the Bible the word of god twenty three years later Brian tome crossroads and mango and others they have something like eighty thousand I said eighty thousand prisoners and followers because this was a character that arose and it's changed measurably the lives of so many in positive ways you cannot be an alcoholic or a drug addict or a philanderer or a Mistura of good deeds and still be a faithful follower of cross roads or a faithful Catholic or faithful Jew or a Muslim whatever it is the six I have great respect for the six whatever religion it is we worship the same god column by different names yeah Brian tone come here and do what he has done is remarkable it's unbelievable. any pan this so. opinion about Marty Brennaman he begins by saying I've never met the man nor have I heard him do its job for more than one inning. listening to a slow paced baseball game on the radio is in my thing yet I'm simultaneously invigorated by his life and said by his departure men and women who put their head down and go about their jobs every day. day after day week after week month after month year after year decade after decade are a dying breed a major league play by play job sounds glamorous many would think a pastor of a mega church sounds glamorous as well I promise you your job also sounds glamorous to someone else working in some other industry no matter what our day jobs are we fight the fight a monotony everyday is on it related vignette involving Ken Griffey junior in this says a lot about both of their character he says in February of twenty of the year two thousand you and I remember Carl lender junior. who was the founder of so many great businesses. Reds fans are celebrating is the most promising talent in the entire league was coming back home to Cincinnati a son of a former Reds great was coming home to usher in a new era of the big red machine Ken Griffey junior flew in a car lenders private plane to save the day unfortunately ended up not being Prince Charming you might remember after the nineteen ninety nineteen came within one game of going to the playoffs because of al Leiter a name that will live in infamy it was thought then three or four months later in February of two thousand one Carl and pulled out a Logan airport with the Willie Mays in the twenty first century greatness would fall upon the Reds some gave speeches here about the coming the second coming of Joe Morgan to Cincinnati and that would be the big red machine for the next ten years match diamond remembers that twenty years ago. it was not okay this was the Joe Morgan trade and so now the twenty first century. for the next nine or ten years we're gonna have graffiti and Larkin and done and it's gonna be great. well guess what. it didn't work out that way in fact my camera in the center fielder we sent to Seattle for junior plus other compensation had better stats in Seattle was a center fielder the gravy had in Cincinnati and there was only I think one winning season they can refer you had in Cincinnati the entire next eight or nine years I said one winning season it was terrible. and and this vignette pointed out by Brian tome in the editorial today says the following just a few short months later Brennaman called out Griffey junior all in the air for not running hard enough to stretch a single into a double refer you did not appreciated and told Brennaman afterwards in the locker room Marty had built a career on running hard every day using his mind his mouth behind the Mike he understood a half baked effort when he saw he said quote the next time you don't run hard to first base I'm gonna pointed out again on quote this does sound like Marty absolutely that's Marty and not Brian Thomas Hann to say is great for you walked away refusing to engage further Marty told him quote. I was here before you got here and I'm gonna be here long after you're gone unquote. and by the way he's dropped the same thing on me and I was only half right but none the less as I continue. Brian tome says Marty was right on both counts he was there twenty six years before Griffey an hour eleven years after Grevy's departure Brennaman is still at work hitting the same nail with the diligence and excellence every day forty six years on the same job doing the same thing in serving the same community in remarkable ways taking this in my comments ordinary lives lead in extraordinary ways. Brian terms as my dad worked as long for what Westinghouse as a nuclear engineer could and our modern economy though longstanding jobs with honorable employers are rare even more rare people of character who will stand there posted do their job the game itself. was a little different in nineteen seventy four then it was in twenty nineteen ninety three sixty feet six inches it's the same game. and so doing the same job for seven thousand gains and I guess about sixty three thousand innings can be a bit monotonous one is the same game but what makes the difference is this every day has a story line different players different circumstances hustling or not when Marty said about a month ago the Reds are simply calling it in memory said that but this ball club. that's struck to the heart of the success and the greatness of Marty Brennaman because he could say that I don't think any other Reds broadcaster could get away with. and so when I hear this song Frank Sinatra my way he did it I did it my way that's Marty Brennaman and that's why he was respected and loved by Reds baseball fans your respect a good Reds baseball broadcaster what you love a person and when you made Marty off the air and walking or he is as much fun more fun off the air then on the year he can be truly himself so when Marty said yesterday I knew in the summer he related a call that he had on Tony Perez headed home run. and at that point he felt like Joe Nuxhall welcomed him Joe Nuxhall born here raised here lived here died here in Camden body Nuxhall continue his tradition of continuing to reach out from Joe Nuxhall as grave to help boys and girls with special needs. it's a wonderful thing and Marty Brennaman. I was welcomed by Joe Nuxhall. and therefore because of who he was in his characters it's a fun loving guy so professional he was accepted here in Cincinnati it is difficult it is hard. and Marty succeeded and I'm so happy for him that he met Amanda seven or eight years ago and they have a great relationship and now he's going to spend the next hopefully ten to fifteen years in good health with plenty of love and financial resources to do whatever he wants to do and that is the glory of the hall of fame telling it like it is and you would want to know you would not want to broadcast in to tell you that after five or six seasons of losing on average more than ninety games a year that everything's okay it's going to be fine don't worry about it they're hustling like crazy no they're not yeah I haven't spoken to him because I don't know but I would imagine the ownership of the Reds are angry at the fact that the modern baseball player does not play with the same gods in guy I'll and determination for victory as we would like as you and I know I work in Marty brought this point up that those who say will come into ten or fifteen or twenty games you can't do his job you couldn't do my job or your job showing up every now and then Marty got down there about three or four in the afternoon sometimes earlier and you get snippets of information just walking around that you're like during the game. and sitting behind his microphone. you have to feel as if you're the advocate for the listener Marty Brennaman represented Reds baseball fans which almost got him fired several times. and so that was the success of the man and if you want to read a great column check out the Enquirer website ominous Rachel hook it up to mine to listen to the words of Brian tome and why a man who came from Pittsburgh and found in one of the great churches in the tri state accepting many fallen away Catholics discussed the by many things and the Catholic Church which bother why I will never ever quit being a Catholic because of the sins and crimes committed by others I will do that but I understand all others do they fall away but Brian tome is let the flame. of religion in the hearts and souls of eighty thousand greater Cincinnati ins that otherwise that would not happen the flame burns and Brian tome the flame is out for Marty but he's asked us to give. a second third and fourth changed the Tommy throw in which I will do. and I think Jeff Brantley is wonderful I'm not going to assume that Tommy thrall content somehow take the place of Marty Brenham he may do the same job but tell me in five or ten years. 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"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"brian tome" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"We have the indictment yesterday by the grand jurors and a message one out today from the archdiocese telling church leaders and pastors and others do not make any public comments on this at all all of the comments must come from from the cathedral okay I get that from a lawyer's perspective you don't want a whole bunch of people talking I don't know what anyone can say other than that I'm shocked and amazed I want to get your calls today show is going to be about you working around children has been the focus of bishop Benzer for the last fifteen years and how to implement the proper procedures so that the rape and sexual molestation of hundreds of boys by dozens of priest in the archdiocese will not happen again in every is shown such horrible judgment and perhaps the most important part of his job what other bad judgment this exhibit and these others the archdiocese of said now Mike Schaefer and others have said that we've learned from this it will not happen again we have new procedures in effect full me once shame on you fool me twice shame on me and when I have on my good friend in yours Brian tome of crossroads I'm always amazed that one a person comes to Cincinnati I think from Pittsburgh as Brian did about twenty years ago and had an idea to start a Christian church in in Oakley how is it possible now when the archdiocese has been here for over two hundred years with all the institutions around at the schools they are high schools the the great colleges the hospitals etcetera that that this person a charismatic as Brian tell miss could come here and in twenty years of eighty thousand members so many of my friends are falling away Catholics we just can't take it anymore this will be another example of the failure of the Roman Catholic Church to implement changes on the ground when they truly matter not in some book not in some pamphlet not in some press release but at the moment that bands are received in twenty thirteen and twenty fifteen suggestions of future criminality by father Jeff true when you agree all hell should have broken loose and you should have been suspended until a thorough investigation of taken place and the message should have been sent to all the priest we don't put up with this anymore you have followed the devil if Lucifer himself could have concocted a scheme to destroy the faith of Catholics this is the one who would concocted and I just pray to god that there some explanation of been Sir and sh number that explains his away so that those of us who continue to practice we have faith that one here things that we can believe them.

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