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"brian tone" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

Exponential Podcast

04:13 min | 6 months ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Exponential Podcast

"But i'm here with my buddy and partner greg morris. Hey greg how are you good chris. How's it going buddy. I'm good thank you very excited about our guests. Then i'll be introducing you in just a few minutes to camp triggs and we're going to have a great conversation with him but just so for those of you. That may not know what we do. Or who we are at elevate group. We're really just trying to help. Churches and ministries fund division and accomplish the work that god has called them to accomplish by by calling their people up to a higher level of engagement. And we believe that when you call people up to that higher level of engagement you really do. Elevate the resources that are needed to do. The work of the ministry. So we work with church planters. We were large churches. We were with single side places. We work with multi site churches. We'd love to help in any way we can. And if you'd like to get some information about how you can collaborate with us or gets information about how we might be able to serve you. You can check out our website which is elevate group dot. Us and we'll try to put that that link in the chat box for you. Elevate group dot us good now. We've been taking over these last several weeks. We've had some great conversations with some pastors. We talked to brian tone. We talk to. Larry osborne others but i am very excited. That we have a pastor cam. Triggs joining us this afternoon. I met a pastor cam. I don't know how i guess it's now. Golly it's three or four years ago. I think maybe longer. And cam i think your microphone is muted so before you start talking you might wanna In it happened to be believe it. Or not i was in the middle of an exponential conference there in orlando and i got this phone call. From cam. triggs lead pastor at grace alive church in orlando. And he's saying hey. Could we talk because we need to get some stuff done. We you might be able to help us and cam. It's just been so great to get to know you over..

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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:25 min | 1 year ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The Kansas City Chiefs. They're playing the Royals tonight. News Radio 700 WLW 700 wlw, not Billy Cunningham. And when you're the family court judge Judge Don Don Gentry. It's good to keep the family together. And we're going to have more on this later on. It's incredible before I go to the American people that I've loved so well and serve so long after one o'clock today is going to be Brian Tone. Talking about family court judges. And riots and protests and things that are happening. Brian Toma, 106 today after two o'clock today, of course, is going to be Senator Rand. Paul about his proposals and I received a call for the first time ever about three days ago from a woman concerned about the accumulated debt and the annual deficit, which is the only call I've gotten in many years about anybody caring about passing on to our Children. The debts upon which we now maintain our lifestyle is Americans and passing on the cost of others that's coming up later. But before I take the cause of which carry so many I want to relate, Tio. Some information I received on the Q T. Of course, from meetings in downtown Cincinnati and over the Rhine and what is happening physically in our great city, which is, shall we say, well below the radar. And a CZ. You may know if you listen to me quite often. I'm a supporter of downtown and especially Otr, because I know many of the business owners there whose life and limb has been at risk after the riots. The pandemic. And the lack of business. The shutdowns all government sponsored on a pandemic that effects less than 1/100 of 1% of the tri state residents. It's incredible the amount of time and effort spent on this The subject is the main street corridor and Otr Community Council and meeting someone held the last several nights and this is one email. That was sent from the leadership of Main Street. Also, ST Mary's, and also OT, are dealing with issues in the last few weeks in Otr. Says here special Thanks. To a police officer Darrell Woods and Matthew Homey City of Cincinnati. Parking services supervisor for your cooperation and Participation. Listed below are the notes from the August 11th meeting issues provided by each of today's protest mints. Loud stereo music blaring every night until 5 a.m. selling drugs on sidewalks open air Key drug dealers. They're setting up daily on both sides of Main Street. Group's starting hanging out on main, starting about noon, continuing until 5 a.m. The next morning, double parking of both sides of Maine and 13th blocking both lanes. Pot smoking throughout the day and night, Lord Goring that block sidewalks, entrances to businesses and intimidates customers and panhandlers, public drinking. Intoxication and urinating in doorways and on sidewalks, Drug dealers and others are using ST Mary's parking lot. Each night music playing groups throw trash on sidewalks and streets. Cars or parking and gets and bland alleys on a daily and nightly basis, blocking neighbors.

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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"All your favorite artists. Not Billy Cunningham. And when you're the family court judge Judge done Don gentry. It's going to keep the family together. And we're going to have more on this later on. It's incredible before I go to the American people that I've loved so well and serve so long after one o'clock today is going to be Brian Tone. Talking about family court judges. And riots and protests and things that are happening. Brian Toma, 106 today after two o'clock today, of course, is going to be Senator Rand. Paul about his proposals and I received a call for the first time ever about three days ago from a woman concerned about the accumulated debt and the annual deficit, which is the only call I've gotten in many years about anybody caring about passing on to our Children. The debt's upon which we now maintain our lifestyle is Americans and passing on the cost of others that's coming up later. But before I take the cause of which carry so many I want to relate to you. Ah, some information I received on the Q T, of course, from meetings in downtown Cincinnati and over the Rhine. And what is happening physically in our great city, which is, shall we say, well below the radar. And a CZ. You may know if you listen to me quite often. I'm a supporter of downtown and especially Otr, because I know many of the business owners there whose life and limb has been at risk after the riots. The pandemic. And the lack of business. The shutdowns all government sponsored on a pandemic that affects less than 1/100 of 1% of the tri state residents. It's incredible the amount of time and effort spent on this And the subject is the main street corridor and Otr Community Council. And meeting someone held the last several nights, and this is one e mail that was sent from the leadership of Main Street. Also, ST Mary's. And also tea are dealing with issues in the last few weeks in Otr. Says here special Thanks. Two police officer Darrell Woods and Matthew Homey City of Cincinnati parking services supervisor for your cooperation and Participation. Listed below are the notes from the August 11th meeting issues provided by each of today's protest mints. Loud stereo music blaring every night until 5 a.m. Selling drugs on sidewalks, open air key drug dealers, They're setting up daily on both sides of Main Street. Group's starting hanging out on main, starting about noon, continuing until 5 a.m. The next morning, double parking on both sides of Maine and 13th blocking both lanes. Pot smoking throughout the day and night, Lord Goring that block sidewalks, entrances to businesses and intimidates customers and panhandlers, public drinking. Intoxication and urinating in doorways in on sidewalks, drug dealers and others are using ST Mary's parking lot..

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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And I don't want to put their man card out there and talk about courage and putting their faith in God. I put up with my man got out there any day. Are you kidding me? I always chuckle. Like what risks have you taken your life? Really? You're gonna tell me or somebody who's trying to lead an organization of actually has lives. There were stewarding that we're somehow not doing it right. Don't need something some time and then see. See how your flaws please work out 101 100% because when you're the later it's easy to be a critic. Critics are wonderful. I got the dump button. If I say something wrong or God forbid you say something wrong. I can hit the dump button, however, in life when you don't have a dump button and yet don't have a redo, and you make one decision and lives are in your hands but yourself in that position and tell me you do something different than Brian Tone. That's what I want to tell him. Yeah, right. I mean, it's leading is different than philosophizing, and we've got a lot of people are philosophizing about things, but until until you have people on payroll until people are putting Your life in your hands until your your decisions have massive consequences on families. It's ah, it's a burden, and it's a Rubik's cube that you just can't I understand. And I believe in God wholeheartedly. I put huge truck like I give a huge percentage of my money away. I support people personally who are in poverty, Massive I do that when I don't have much savings because I'm trusting in God. I have life insurance policies because people who ride motorcycles like I do or people who bungee jump like I have, where people have written cards have died. And so I have an insurance policy that my parents, my family can be taken care of. That's not It's not not trusting God, that's being immature of dog who's trying to leave and take care of others. All right. So when you see crossroads, my used to turn back to normal, I would assume it sometime next a year from now, year and 1/2 from now, or does it ever get back to normal? Whatever the hell normal is well? I wanted to be back to normal. I want I want you back. It was ah! A year ago. I want to be able to get up on Sunday mornings and go on priest full room to get the energy of a room. I want to be ableto hug people that I see randomly on the street. The, um give my hog and encouraged I wanted to get back to normal. I do I we've announced a crossroads. We're not going to meet in a physical bailing through the end of 2020 The reason why we did that was just don't see this thing changing in the next few months, and we need to be putting our resource in our energy someplace that could actually make a difference instead of just twiddling our thumbs away for things to go back to normal, so I think to the end of 2020 we've announced Bill. I think it's going to be longer than that. I hope it isn't. I'm ready to move on a dime. I really am. You just look at where America is America. They're freaked out. He was taking the anagram Bill. The anagram the anagram. It's like the hot. It's a hot personality test that around for No, It's huge. I mean, everyone seems to be a huge fan of thing. Basically basically divides people into eight categories. There's the artist there's the leader. There's the relation of persons like there's like, Eight of them are so on And it's been around for generations for generations. It's actually pretty impressive tests and one of the one of the and accurate one of the Uh, category is a six when you come out to be a six, you are someone who likes order You like control your and you also have a higher the normal level of fear or anxiety. This would be your use of your your accountants who you want them to have order. And you want them? You want to be alone? You want to be freaked out that audit right? Used to be school teachers who want you want order all the stuff you need them to have a little fear. So your kids aren't getting hurt in a playground. 50%. I'm told so I just went to a whole section on the 50% of Americans test out of six. 50% of Americans on a good day are driven by fear and have high high caution. That's 50 for summer in those 50% of Americans. They're married to somebody else. And that person a merry merry. They've got to do with that six number 61 because they're trying to meet their needs. So I'm just another data point from saying 75% of America. Very, very content were OK to have these level of restrictions and whatever my personal benches, leaders have got a lead in the midst of that reality. It was hard for me to put on a mask. It was hard for made hand sanitize. I washed my hands all the time anyway, but to do this, But a few months ago, I put it on my block. I said, look. I'm not sure is the resolution. I have the experts on that say most of the covert 19 particles come through most of the masks anyway. No one's following the proper protocol on how to wear it when you wear and how to put it on you talk to our nurses. They tell you the protocols are pages long about how to handle a mask. And then obviously there is a little bit of Contention with me, then we have to conform yet you have to submit, but But I decided if it helps to save a couple lives in acute communicates the idea. We've got to be serious about this. Ah, wear a mask. I put it on my blog's. Maybe I'd be a six or seven or three. I'm not sure what it is, but whatever it is that the government our experts tell me it may assist, probably not to wear a mask. Valachi said wearing a mask doesn't make any sense in March. Now we have to wear a mask. If you don't wear a mask. Now, you might be locked up for 90 days in Ohio, which is why no one has been. But your Allah's will do it every now and then your lower your head and say, Look, I don't have all the answers They're telling me to do. This is not going to hurt me to do it and may help somebody else and I submit, And so I would I would say to those who are criticizing Brian Toma crossroads that you're a scaredy cat. You don't want to confront it. If you believe in God, God will take care of you. I think God helps those who help themselves and by leading you could not imagine the pain you and your little leadership team would go through. If you attended the funeral of a child and a mother. A father asked to Brian Tone. Why'd you upon a crossroads?.

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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"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. Will I know you said that you said that months ago, James, it's permanent, said a month ago and I'll say it again, you know right now. That member bird flu and stars their mothers 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 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. 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 us staying in this hunker down thing. And and I'm personally Bilham. I'm done fighting that I really am. I've, uh sometimes you can't fight reality. This is the reality. This is where the majority of the country is. Until the leader. I've got lead. Riken take people by now. I got a text about you made these comments two and three months ago, and I recall what you said It changes everything religion. Present presentation will be different. I got a text from someone that says well of 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 I respond. Second way of respondents do wear seat belts. Do you? Do you take eight hours of sleep a night? Do you do you wear? Ah, 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 the leg from the flu. Do you mean these basic safety measures You could take basic safety measures and not have an UN belief in God? And I don't want to put their man card out there and talk about courage and putting their faith in God. I put up with my men got out there any day. Are you kidding me? I always chuckle. Like what risks have you taken your life? Really? You're gonna tell me or somebody who's trying to lead an organization of actually has lives that were stewarding that we're somehow not doing it right. Don't need something some time and then see. See how your philosophy work out 101 100% because when you're the leader, it's easy to be a critic. Critics are wonderful. I got the dump button. If I say something wrong or God forbid you say something wrong. I can hit the dump button, however, in life when you don't have a dump button and yet don't have a redo, and you make one decision and lives are in your hands but yourself in that position and tell me you do something different than Brian Tone. That's what I want to tell him. Yeah, Right. Man. It's leading is different than philosophizing, and we've got a lot of people are philosophizing about things. But until until you have people on payroll until people are putting their life in your hands until your your decisions have massive consequences on families, it's ah It's a burden and it's a It's a Rubik's cube that you just can't understand. And I believe in God wholeheartedly. I put huge truck like I give a huge percentage of my money. Away. I support people personally who are in poverty Massive. I do that when I don't have much savings because I'm trusting in God. I have life insurance policies because people who ride motorcycles like I do or people who bungee jump like I have, where people have written cards have died. And so I have an insurance policy. That my parents, my family can be taken care of. That's not that's not not trusting God, that's being immature of dog who's trying to leave and take care of others. All right. So when you see crossroads, my used to turn back to normal, I would assume it sometime next a year from now, year and 1/2 from now, or does it ever get back to normal? Whatever the hell normal is? Well, I wanted to be back to normal. I want I want you back. It was ah! A year ago. I want to be able to get up on Sunday mornings and go on priest full room to get the energy of a room. I want to be ableto hug people that I see randomly on the street. The, um give me a hug and encouraged. I wanted to get back to normal. I do I we've announced a crossroads. We're not going to meet in a physical bailing through the end of 2020 The reason why we did that was just don't see this thing changing in the next few months, and we need to be putting our resource our energy someplace that could actually make a difference instead of just twiddling our thumbs away for things to go back to normal, so I think to the end of 2020 we've announced Bill. I think it's going to be longer than that. I hope it isn't. I'm ready to move on a dime. I really am. You just look at where America is America. They're freaked out. He was taking the anagram Bill. The anagram the anagram. It's like the hot. It's a hot personality tests around for No, It's huge..

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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"brian tone" 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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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"If you attended the funeral of a child and a mother or father asked to Brian Tone, why'd you upon a crossroads? You can handle that issue because it would be completely unfair. It would be that would be awful Bill completely awful. And I think we are adjusting and you mentioned the mask. I went into The store this morning. I forgot my mouth in the truck, but I went and got a match. We have extra once she gets she put this mask on me to give it to me. I put it on and I'm walking. I'm about like Five paces in and I realized Dog gone it This mask doesn't bother me as much that did three weeks ago. I was like, Am I getting used to this? Yes, I don't. I don't have used to amass this time. We're already acclamation, and that's why I'm saying Now that we're even apple amazing the things that are different. I don't think we're going to go back, man. I really don't mean when you go over China and those folks, we've got math along over there all the time. It's ridiculous. Are we gonna be like that? Yes, I think I don't think we're going to change When you said two or three months ago, everything has changed. Everything is different. The practice of religion now is completely different. The normal may not occur. Maybe we get America miracle vaccine from at AstraZeneca or fight Johnson, if we get a miracle vaccine, and we get random visit Demas fair or something, maybe, but I think American has changed. I'm going to remember that answer you gave me two months ago for years to come. Are you saying Bill that I was right? Because I remember you were not happy with me. Are you saying that I was right. You said I was pressing you. I want to go on on record. I want you to go on record. Are you saying that I was right? We're kind of up against the clock right now. So take a break. But Brian a cz. We talked about 25 minutes ago. You asked me what we're going to talk about, and I said I don't know why I said, Lets find out and here we are, But, Brian, thank you for coming on. I'll say this. You were absolutely correct without question. Well, I I wish I could say that makes you feel good. Doesn't make you feel good because it sucks. I wish I was wrong way back when and I wish I was wrong. But what I'm saying right now about how long will all this is? My verse. I'll leave everybody with here's a verse. A Bible verse for Isaiah, 43 it says, Forget the former things. Don't you see? I'm doing a new thing. That's what it says. Forget the former things. Don't you see a new thing is coming forth? Do you not perceive it out? Just encourage all of all of our listeners. I'm dealing with low grade depression right now, Bill, I am And And I just gotta forget the former things the way my life, Wass. I just gotta forget I got start. Stop complaining about it, and I gotta see there's new things right now, the gods doing new opportunities for us to have a different kind of life. New ways for us to talk with people and support one another. And I just think that more we dwell in the more anger we have over the former way of life. We had The more depressed and angry and and we're going to be. I just occurs that let's forget it, man. Forget it. We've got to go forward and not keep clutching, though. The way life was six months ago, Brian tell him Thank you and God Serenity. Prayer is what I often say. God give me the strength to change the things I can change the patients to accept the things I cannot change and the wisdom to know the difference. Amen. Brian Tome. You're a great American. And thank you again for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you. My pleasure. William Bryant Tom Crossroads. Let's continue. 700 W out of the.

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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:47 min | 1 year ago

"brian tone" 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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10:43 min | 2 years ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"At UTF what a cutting in the great American coming up in about one Greg pence of Indiana about what's happening in Washington with impeachment removal to prev president more but until then thanksgiving week many say is the favorite time of the year for them may include including the later Brian term across roads and Brian tone welcome again to the bill Cunningham show Brian Tom how are you William I am I am thankful end of thankful for you it's thanksgiving weekend manner my favorite week of the year and I just wanna go record any ma'am thank you can bring on the on the show you can treat me with respect and love me softball what kind of stuff thanks how come every time don't I have you on I laugh first one I don't know I don't know you left me all I have for you but couple issues are percolating I wanna get your perspective on the lower level Kerr or journal did a nine month study about where does cocaine methamphetamine found all come from the headline is a ruthless Mexican drug lords empire is devastating families with his grip on small town USA and they have the name and the address of this guy worry how much money he makes but but the essence of this is that we're kind of powerless to stop drugs from coming into America but once they come here he knows how to market its products to have maximum affect the maximum money any does it by fear intimidation profit and so much more but I I made the I made the point repeatedly that unless someone's willing to buy a product at a certain price no matter how induce of the offers may be it's not going to occur so this story is written it as an a as a excuse in a sense for small town America to be so addicted to drugs and therefore were not real active participants in our own destruction I read the article I'm thinkin acid baths and rapes and people hang from underneath bridges and is seventy thousand Americans a year are killed or killed themselves because about because of addictions the cocaine and methamphetamine so where is the word of what is the fault lies with them or us explain what's happening in small town America if anything well I'm not added motorcyclists as you may know and that means I've got to get into small towns because only get were people aren't so I like getting on my motor cycle of people aren't and when you go into small towns across our country and we gonna stop for fuel stop whatever it is that it there's some of them it's like wall night of the Living Dead people walk around it and you see people getting three cases of I don't know who they're going to be doing some kind of product with it's a problem that I've seen again and again and again and I swing nobody has a life is going well and then they say hello again today zero two so much like that new day right get on the truck that way now in fact in fact I just said a news report we might say a prayer for this Jack from lane sandy came in and said that there's a building on fourth right by the Enquirer building that that is collapsed and so we're gonna have more on it at one thirty but I building in Cincinnati downtown Cincinnati has has collapsed so we want to say a prayer for those who may be affected we don't know if there's injuries if their stats we have no idea but there's been a confirm news reports that a building in downtown Cincinnati has collapsed and as many many on the way to assist in that regard but that's that's a terrible event but getting back that right now okay you got to pass a live record god I thank you for the safety personnel you have are sitting for firefighters for please give them a speedy speedy ability to rescue right now with great for reckless healing of people who were hurt and racked with rescue of people right now need to pull the wreckage got we want you to love the city would believe you love the city and we don't need to show it to us right now by bringing relief your name and that and Jack Crumley said it's a partial collapses we're gonna have more at one thirty and two o'clock but that's a one of the situation you know I said earlier today that they're saying things you plan in life and as life proceeds things happen in your life that completely changes the plan and so when when I speak to young people as there's always going to have a plan now the plan is always destructive those who want to fifth third bank and there were three killed and two wounded they had a plan you people that want to that building in downtown Cincinnati partially collapsed they had a plan and so how do you react to those who say this is the plan and all of a sudden the plane is destroyed by things of which you have no control and sometimes things that you have control over and all of a sudden the plan means nothing and so one plan has got to be Brian tome do not get involved in such an alcohol and drugs over which you can't control yourself so it's not just the drug cartels making billions of dollars the end is there something in America today that causes the products to be sold in a small town America disproportionate to urban areas what is that I was American very tired and very loudly that aims in the halls of corporate America and that is in the unemployment lines in a small town the average American he hired and lonely that one that one so he's all kind of their industry is not so long we don't have a lot going for them and they're looking for something to get me to pick up a pick me up and unfortunately that's wrong they turn to our culture though bill is June unless up and spitting themselves with men the manor banner addicted a higher degree than women men are four times more likely to commit suicide not culture three times more likely to have mental illnesses four times more likely to have alcohol instances and because we are not being a life it's working and we turned it wrong and it's it's really sad then you can have money you can't have a job you can't have a family but there have a person is hollowed out in in the middle of that person man or women if you're hollowed out you and I both known very successful Americans on the surface that are hollowed out and they seek relief from drugs or suicide one of the worst things happening is the epidemic all over the place of individuals committing suicide that from the outside looking in are very good at what they do but they kill themselves why right inside all the ladies Pascal said in subtle called on the great French mathematician it's a it's a vacuum there's a hole that only god can fill in when we live lives that push god out of our lives we're going to have the benefit actually the curses of god not being like we're not going to have a quiet confidence well if you have anything to reach back for we're not going to believe that there's any rescue plan that someone might come to me because that would just be alone and we don't function well as human beings what we think we're our own studies and drug addiction studies are showing this again again again so I think they're getting to a sense the transcendent the sent of god of important which is why I love this weekend it's thanksgiving what is the whole point of thanksgiving thanksgiving is telling somebody thank you thanksgiving doesn't make any sense and less is that god somebody I can be thankful for and I love this holiday because it does that the random amalgamation of protein and god there was no god I just accidentally became only ever going to be thankful for anything and everything that we had the chance but if I can believe they're the personal entity that is for me done things for me I couldn't call myself that beginning of spiritual sanity after beginning we have a thankful attitude killed today and the other thing that we try to do in the Cunningham plan is to invite nomads there are many individuals that don't have somewhere to go and if you can reach out and around you and say what are you doing for thanksgiving I have no plans how about inviting that person in your home to share of family life for four five or six hours watching football shares in good times hello what is what is crossroads doing later this week because I know you of touch hundreds of thousands of lives with the food drops and other things what special events we have planned across her well we have we we have done our our annual thanksgiving driver but the boxes back yesterday file I haven't heard the final numbers of how many millions I think it's a hundred thousand family circle or such this weekend the work that we're helping out or something some crazy number so we have that but then we're also doing is on Wednesday evening at Miller course right correct that thanksgiving eve service yeah okay Christmas as Christmas and Christmas Eve thank you for the great quality bill I really believe that it's it's all it's a holiday the holiday Hollywood has been collected yet it's not commercialized its owner like that like Christmas can be so I can't make two days this oversight we have a special service they even for thanksgiving to get people on the mountain and help people bill Kristol hopefully get a touch from god and that's kind of our our plant now lastly Brian tone this little bit controversy course we live and die on controversy but energy secretary Rick Parry former governor of taxes I think for about ten or eleven years he did an interview a couple days ago and what she said to the interviewer from New York times hi he told president Donald Trump that he was god's chosen one to leave the United States at this time just as he chose the kings to late Israel in the Old Testament Harry would soon be leaving the cabin explain that nothing in the universe is accidental and that god is still very active in the details of the day to day lives a government code Barack Obama did not get to the presidency the United States without being ordained by god neither did Donald Trump he said in the fox interview and cetera so do you think in a sense that Rick Perry is correct the god himself picked trump to be the president just as he picked Obama I read that about Rick I thought that was a pretty impressive what he said and what I like we said was he will use the equol radiology with Donald Trump as rock Obama and that was important for me to see in here because of that book and the personal element in there he's referring to does say that god is the one that sets up the.

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Newsradio 700 WLW

05:33 min | 2 years ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hi Billy Cunningham the great American coming up tonight starting about six oh five is lance McAllister all the pregame activities the Steelers play of course the bangles and in Pittsburgh and I think kick off about eight twenty but we start coverage hours before that before we're gonna have on tomorrow I'm told a couple of guest on this earnings tax that all of us have to pay one cents another directly or indirectly and the bus tax in this is being fashion as eight point eight percent increase in the sales tax right no Hammond county is seven point zero percent for the sales tax so if you buy anything in him accounting matter where you live in the world you pay seven percent and not money goes to find largely county government and paying off the bonded setter to build the two stadiums and more items it's to cut into really hundreds of parts is seven point zero percent so we're going to be asking probably in March of next year during the primary to increase the sales tax rate to seven point eight percent which would be the highest in the region give you some idea according the Internal Revenue Service sales tax calculator zero point eight percent increase and the sales tax would cost a household with sixty thousand dollars in income approximately one hundred dollars more per year one hundred dollars more per year the odds of this passing in my humble view our next to nothing. because there is such a sense of hamlet county taxpayers that the city of Cincinnati has screwed up transportation wrote worldly within the truck within the area because of the street car the streetcar expense will be between four and five hundred million dollars paid largely by residents and those who use services in the city of Cincinnati. and so it's going to be sold to city residents that. metro is currently funded by a point three percent earnings tax but they worked out a deal to make sure voters don't feel like they're gonna get double taxed introduce them a motion that the essentially has the going away of the point three percent you know pay three point three percent of the earnings tax which is two point two so you pay one point nine in exchange for paying the sales tax however the great majority of Hammond county voters do not live or work in the city Cincinnati so this should be an increase for us and I went back in time and think many times is been on the ballot how's it done the last time I transit levy passed in Hamilton County was during the rule of Richard Nixon in nineteen seventy two and at that point nineteen seventy two what almost fifty years ago Emily county residents past a point three percent transit tax defined the so called bus system other efforts have been put forth in nineteen seventy one and it failed nineteen seventy nine and failed nineteen eighty it failed in two thousand and two it fails and is failed because. not because voters like me would not like to have a functioning bus system that I would never ride goes to me the bus system is about jobs of average middle class and lower class economic Americans getting to work and it's terribly important for individuals who are in a ditch economically to get to work and if you use a bus to get to work many of us living in the suburbs well like to make sure you get to work it's good for the economy it's good for you it's good for your family it's good for your way of life to actually work them out of what the job is you heard me talk earlier with Brian tone in America if you work. and if you. get a degree from high school and if you don't have kids out of wedlock and you don't commit crime do those four things the odd you make in a pretty good but there's many Americans were the car expense is too great not just the purchase unless you're a Joseph Chevrolet of course the purchase the insurance is too much so use the bus to you can save up money to get a car and so I want to incentivize people do go to work so for me to pay an additional point eight percent not gonna hurt me one way or another and it probably wouldn't hurt match diameter Jack from later Scott Sloan one way or another if you live in if you spend money in Hamilton County. but the pot the the the pond is been so poisoned by what's happening in the city of Cincinnati with the street car. even though it's not directly tangled up into this it makes it very hard mentally to vote for something when you know the money is going to be used directly or indirectly by those who gave us the street car this tree Kerr is an unmitigated disaster that paid you said failed increase Seelbach and others voted against the interests of the people in Hamilton County the city's Cincinnati and it was a horrible wrong decision this wasn't about hiring one or two additional cops this was four hundred million dollars take the cost and take the interest rates and take the losing expenses it's four hundred million dollars and that that would build a bus system you couldn't believe so that's what they have to overcome is to commence people like me you have to convince me it's in it's in my interest as an American to incentivize people to get to work I love that idea the difficulty as I can't trust those making those decisions when they made such poor ones in the past let's continue with more to thirty your home of the Reds and Bengals starting coverage tonight about six oh five with lance on newsradio seven hundred W. autumn..

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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:25 min | 2 years ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Outlines the honorable Brian tone been on sabbatical of late and Brian tome welcome again in the bill Cunningham show Brian how are you William I am great I'm not worthy of being on the celebrity hotline I'm the I'm just on the little old humble pastor online you know we've called a couple times in the past month you're keeping a low profile and getting reports out of Colorado you been cited in the Rocky Mountains on a motorcycle you've been independent study you've been to the mountaintop in the Himalayas you have certain camps that you've been to and I'm wondering have you clean things out are you ready for the fall and winter did you have a deliverance moment I did I did not I did not go to the Himalayas but that's one place it was lovely to have gone I haven't gone into a to them land I did not have a deliverance moment either need the Burt Reynolds typed in Kentucky where there are pick noises nor the demonic type though I have seen a verifiable real deal deem demonic possession kind of crazy but I I did not see any of that this summer this summer was mainly get now doing something divvy up to I think I think we get stagnant we live our same old same old lives that's me that's me you do not I do I I I I I don't like meeting a lot of people I don't know my wife loves to travel should. axes Viking cruises and in Europe and she goes with the girlfriends I encourage I said honey got there have a great time some in lots of pictures we communicate we get the stuff so we can talk all the time but I I don't like meeting different a new people I don't like traveling so much I love my life I stay in my comfort zone I respect those like you don't want to go out do crazy stuff to me riding a motorcycle is crazy in the mountains that's really great well yeah but riding motorcycles everybody but maybe take a hike in the mountains you pretty athletic I like that I like the fact I went out yesterday up to the Houston words my wife has we'd never been to Houston was I call sure Richard K. Jones to get permission to go on about our county the blades in a Preble county and I walked around Houston what yesterday my wife about that no. something different there were you very. I'm in a pretty hot in the stuff right now bill because we just started a new series of crosses Coldplay and purpose and I believe that we are play store people I believe that one is the a culture right now we'll probably in American history I actually believe in world history with the most stressed out people who ever lived we have more fears we have more phobias we take more Mads we have more paranoid as we have more stress we have less more sleepless nights I mean we're not will actually help or or held expectancy of life expectancy has gone down and one study I saw recently rated Mexicans as being happier than American so maybe we need to emigrate there. and I think I. one of the reasons with Americans we've lost the ability to play we don't know how to play we we think the passion is coming home and streaming Netflix that doesn't fill us up like actual genuine played as well I sit here for six days a week Monday through Friday and Sunday night hearing the worst times the worst events I'm always in a state state of turmoil because of what I'm my guest you bring me peace and solitude because you have the long view but I wanted to ask you about things that I've noticed as an observer there was a debate going on in taxes that was going the wrong way by some of the activists and they threw what they thought was pig blood but it turned out to be read cool laid on the floor of the Texas legislature because they run happy headline in the Enquirer I'm being re victimized deters accused of mishandling a rape case so that's six to undermine the idea that law enforcement doesn't do its job it's almost a given in certain aspects of America that you can't trust the police the police are here to brutalize hi there have been a few Catholic priest indicted one locally father drew with the ana rape of an older boy when he was a music director you have other examples in America the Boy Scouts the girl scouts the foundations of our country is family life the foundation is faith and god whatever it might be what do you like it or not that's the best way to raise children the odds of a kid in that sense I public schools having an intact family when he's born and then have an intact family when he graduates is less than one out of a hundred it rarely happens and so whether it's family life Christianity religion prosecutor's office the. Roman Catholic priest the Boy Scouts police the foundations of our country heparin fractured and are crumbling is that the reason we feel as if these are the worst of times. I think it's contributing to a select these are the worst of times we don't we don't have lost ability right now bill that everyone seems to be concerned about what the next chapter Holden things we thought were going to be respected revered or not respected revered and it's it's just that CC of changes taking place in our country and I wonder bill how much of it is. if you will the DNA of our forefathers do you consider it our forefathers inform others came over here from England. and they were all rebellious. there are a billion and I'm and I'm glad they were I mean they were built a rebel against a good thing that came to start the greatest country in the world would ever know but let's not forget that all those people laughed because they were rebellious towards the institutions that were there and they didn't like was happening and I wonder sometimes if we kind of adopted that inside of our spiritual DNA in our country. it's like we're Holland certainly cynical of anything institutional and my goodness if something grows the something is getting bigger. something must be going wrong that something really really bad there no maybe something just works maybe somebody's just leading something well and I think that the the cynicism we have towards leadership and towards institutions it's it's starting to hurt us you know Brian tell my I said it during the Obama era which is the eight years individuals like myself fundamentally disagree with his policies and worked mentally and otherwise to try to convince other citizens to our position and now we have eight or more I hope we await your set of trump at least we're going to have four I hope eight and I've never seen a more contentious time since the nineteen sixties when individuals refuse to stand with him the elected leader of our country to solve mutually agreed upon problems no matter what it is when Obama was elected Republican said we're going to work to make sure he's a one term president to defeat him and then when trouble was elected the Democrats took that Q. and said you know what we're not we're going to resist we don't believe is legitimate we don't believe is the real president we have real problems right now because of what's happening in Saudi Arabia because what's happening on city streets what we got we got real problems in the country but the Democrats will not solve a problem which gives the president some political benefit because that hurts them politically but it might help the country we have a twenty two trillion dollar national debt we have a deficit every year of a trillion dollars we have a public school system like in Cincinnati where all but one of the public high schools have an F. rating what we have disrespect for law enforcement disrespect for judges disrespectful prosecutor's office people are throwing things at one another damnit we got problems all say two things about trump you're not political I am two things one. whatever the politics William just keep talking because I know you. to get me the way and the I might weigh in today we'll see how I know two things one he does not have a linguistic skills to bring others to his side mon and whether it was Reagan or Obama they were great public speakers that calls the Mishima moderate middle to come to their side trump does not have oratorical skills but his policies work and secondly we're in a time where conflict is rewarded that we talk about coming together as one people they don't want to come together with trump to solve any national problem because you might get benefit and stay in office and so when I sold chicken wings I wanted to sell them to Democrats Republicans male female straightened guy didn't make any difference now we're dividing up and if you work with trump and something they're going to boycott your business the trump train in Warren County there was a little train I never been on it that that the Warren County Republican women ran at the trump drain for like a day that they call it the tram train it was some of the train and other activists then started boycotting the owner of the tribe train to make sure they don't get any business and so right now we live in a contentious time where Democrats shop a Democrat businesses Republicans won't go to Starbucks and so how do we get over and become one people or pursuing common goals when each party wants to get each other's throats in terra mail. well we do live in a can very contentious time unfortunately with our president. he you have to admit even if you're wanting Donald Trump president trump for two terms bill I mean he's pretty he's a pretty contentious leader he has need be picking a fight I would be fascinated to see what will be will the political climate look like if he just didn't. a Twitter wars of people made it just seems like every day you get some of those okay can I do that I took off today okay lives in. he the Bible says you reap what you sow unfortunately our president is reaping a bunch of the discord that he's so not all of it everyone there's a little bit of the blame for everybody but man he G. he just picks too many for right tell miss policies work and I said to omit you yours banker in a we spoke privately and one of the things I said to him was about this Twitter stuff that there are many suburban women that are very unhappy some your stuff he said Willie the reason I do it is simple I have sixty million Twitter followers on a good day see and I don't have one million viewers I got sixty million I want to communicate directly to those I'm not going to change who I am I'm a I'm a counter puncher I fight back and not in the past weather was bush or Reagan they were constantly pummeled by the mainstream media and others in the simply talk at trump's a counter puncher and at this point according to Rasmuson his approval rating is fifty percent and so I'm thinking okay I wish she would tone down a little bit but damnit his policies work I love the hundred fifty conservative judges I like what it does on the southern border I like the fact that we have now natural gas which is proliferating through fracking which is causing CO two levels to go down ever I look as policies work but without being political yeah it can we can we have a crisis of some type where everyone comes together beneath our leaders at this point they're.

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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Coming in the great American the bangles took off about six so five tonight we went to Galveston when the giants the third preseason game allegedly is the one in which most of the starter Startin play but we'll see actually what happens the next game doesn't matter all the bangles open up in Seattle than back home with the forty Niners we'll see what occurs segment tells me after the last two victories the red lights are ready to launch that run that we've been talking about Tony pike talks about it every day the runs about to begin well okay we got to end to see what happens the next eleven games god Pittsburgh Miami and then the cardinals see what happens and applying a double header make up to a week from my Saturday so let's continue with more where Matthew mark a new gene and many others have a line becomes available five one three seven four nine seven thousand if you were archbishop Dennis Nore what the series of events that has transpired father drew and bishop in Sir the Catholic children being affected and really the smearing of Catholicism causing many Christians and Catholics to lose their faith completely others to go to other Christian churches like crossroads has done a fabulous job and making Catholics feel welcome a crossroads now my friend in yours Brian tone did a fab does a fabulous job but for the larger channels that are now morphed into the Benzer scandals this growth of these other Christian churches probably would not transpire so we'll see what happens but if you were in charge of this scandal today and a Catholic priest of yours before became a priest but was a music teacher and arch diocesan employee I did the things that he is having been charged with at least nine acts of criminal anal and oral rape of a ten eleven year old boy that the county prosecutor Hey Roman Catholic who want to say next name Joe deters said enough is enough on prosecuting then sat right there on Monday and said that if in fact there was a boy harm at Saint Ignatius after the transfer then the bishop may have criminal culpability for endangering children other nationally scores the brewers are up on the diamond back for nothing that came to the top of the eighth inning Diamondbacks batting in Milwaukee cardinals seventy six nothing lead on the Rockies top of the ninth inning in Saint Louis Padres currently trailing the red Sox forty two that games in San Diego Padres batting in the bottom of the fourth they've scored two in Chicago it was the cubs following the red hot nationals seven to the nationals over the cubs that game a final at Wrigley at Dodger Stadium two one Dodgers beat the Yankees today Erin judges fifteenth home run of the year Justin Turner hit his twenty third for LA in Miami it was the Marlins following the Phillies nine three that game at Marlins park does your National League scores where from Reds manager David bell this is the red post game show on the Reds radio network Reds.

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03:53 min | 2 years ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Beyond!

"Only pick random three hole rounds. You slowly unlock the ability, play nine holes in eighteen holes in different courses in different clubs and everything. It's playing a little bit. I know actually played at the preview. Vent, I'm enjoying it. The more I play it like the market into it. I'm like, it's you can't think of it as a golf simulator, like it is more fun, and more rewarding if you're just like quick hits, and like I was I'm so relieved to hear that this was your takeaway, too, because I previewed it awhile ago awhile back, and I was just like this is not I was sort of expecting it to be like, a one to one swing the golf club and it's reacts to that, but it's much slower than that. So it's kind of like maybe pretend you're swinging golf club yet go go up about like a fourth of a swing and then it's more just about the power that you hit it with. Because for me the thing is, like someone who's played golf before I find if I try to wind, the move controller behind my back. And then come down with it, because it's so light, my hands will move and so suddenly accidentally, just like sliced the ball out of bounds or like things, go awry, whereas where you're just moving a little bit. You're much better about it, Lucy figured out. If you just don't think about it, you're better at the game. We try like, we've, we've, oh, I've Jonathan's played golf. I have seen people play I shall try to imitate that the best I can. And then it's just like doesn't even know what I'm doing, but yeah, it's fun. It's fun to just jump into VR golfer a little bit. It's, it's a very like easy. Just play a few rounds skip the lot of voiceover from your caddy, and let's pauses. Yeah. She's like what do you want to do? Next. It's she's bizarrely Pau. Yeah. I mean my assumption is like they animated it for the Japanese dialogue, and then just had to fill the gaps for other languages. So, unfortunately, can have some pauses. But other than that, and you can skip the bulk of that, thankfully, but other than that I'm having with probably playing some more. I wanna give shout out to you Jonathan yes. Seeking that title really, really literally and setting up a kiosk at your desk and saying that everybody in the office can play. Everybody's got the chance to. Yeah. I'll keep VR set there for everyone who wants to play national socialist Gulf. That was the original working title for the French that and just briefly before we move on max. You. Are you played a little bit of dreams for a video series? Oh, yeah. We, we did a couple of little, let's plays Brian tone, either up on YouTube, and GM dot com. If you can find them on their it's difficult sometimes. But we did we found the worst things we could find on there, and I mean, no disrespect to the people. Getting them. I mean, we were typing like bathroom words in there, we are trying to find like, we found one that I really like which is, let's say, you know, like fart piss. Head that Tim really. Yeah. Yeah. You know, we type naughty words into the into the search function and most of the things on there, because first of all, it's, it's still very early access type stuff. But also, you know, it's a it's a squeaky clean family friendly place. Mostly so we found we did find, like bathroom simulator twenty nineteen, which is really weird. We also try to find knockoffs of existing p so like bootleg. Mario somebody made a pretty impressive. Mario sixty four. It's impressive. But still also weird because it's running in that like dreams puppet engine. And then we found one that was clearly is a goof, which is. Sonic, the hedgehog in a supermarket, but he's like, he's like, after cheese and it which I don't think sonic like it's in chili dogs but he doesn't really. That's not his thing. That's like a mouse food. It's this awful model of running around, and he's like dilapidated supermarket where there's, like knocked over shelves, and he's like hovering chunks of cheddar and every time he picks. Oh cheese, and it doesn't it sounds like a different Jalil white cancer, like it's a really horrible..

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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It's not guaranteed. Is concerned about your welfare. And I do believe if you honor him and do the right principles. It's going to have a positive economic impact on your life. Have you thought about going Hollywood like the Jimmy Swaggart, the the others the so-called star ministries, and I watch hosting every now and then on Sunday morning. I think he I don't know his personal life real. Well. But I think it is a great job. Do you ever think about going Hollywood on us and getting a TV show doing something like that? I would never go Hollywood is we see folks who are out there right now. But I have thought about what's it like me have a more of a national presence kind of with my personality because most of the guys who are out there. Kind of the national spots. Lighter tend to be I don't know. I don't want to name names, but they're the kind of a polyester looking. They're just too many sugar pops. If it had their mouth early on the day. They're just you know, if you're a diabetic, it's hard to watch them because it real syrupy. I'm trying to think about what does it look like for me to reach. Some folks have a voice that can speak to them. So the whole televangelists thing, you know, the big TV ministry. That's not something. I'm having any interest in Brian tone is nothing is there an atheist hospital somewhere or an agnostic clinic somewhere that's been formed somewhere locally or anywhere in the country. Is there like Christ hospital Jewish hospital called the atheist hospital to his anyway. Never heard one Rodney stark who's a sociologist out of Baylor University study. And he it's called the the triumph of Christianity. One of his books. He wrote and he says one of the reasons why Christianity triumph. Spread is because they went places, you're only. For other people weren't going. And that's basically what happened with Constantine. Declares Christianity religion because he sees the influence of Christendom across it started with them reaching the least of these. And then oh my gosh. There's a whole population base support. My ambitions means Christianity the official religion. But started because he's believers were out actually blessing the world, they were helping people they were doing things, and that is the method foundation of Jesus. The world never been anybody who had time dated after them like him because he came out of the grave. I know. It sounds crazy. But he literally physically does this. And that's up the greatest revolution. Our world has ever known and still rolling. That's why we celebrate Easter this weekend. Look into my left. I'm maybe you don't have access to international television. But Notre Dame cathedral in Paris is burning. It's on fire. It appears to be a terrible event. I I pray in a sense and it's not terrorism but Notre Dame cathedral. Look into my left a horrible fires taking place. Smoke all over Paris. So we should say a prayer for those individuals who may have been trapped inside, but it's a horrible horrible circumstance. We're going to cover later on Brian tone. Thank you for coming on and good luck to you. And what do you plan on Easter? I just shut down with our creatives. I just saw the greatest Easter experience I've ever seen. It's going to be utterly mind-blowing them. I am fired up..

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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

10:56 min | 2 years ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"But you can't put a fence up on every overpass all over the Tri state. It's almost maybe that's what we have to do because this is the potential destroying commerce destroying people's lives and the probability of catching this person is rare. There was a group caught in Michigan that we're doing it goes one of the six started talking about these sixteen ages in southern Michigan did this for like nine months to a year before one of them killed somebody felt bad told another kid who told another kid, and then he testifies that. There was a group of six I'm that did this on a regular basis just to have fun and they got points. They hit the car hit the windshield. They missed they never playing like games. It's ridiculous. There were a couple of change that were out. Seems to me maybe along Columbia Parkway or eastern, and they hit pulled this several years ago, and they got caught. There was a young lady who is in a cab. I believe and was injured severe very nice looking young lady and the rock comes through. I think it was the wind over cab hit her directly in the face cook out a big pink skin off her head. They they tried to grab it. It was very difficult for them to put her back together. I think broke her skull. And she was she was severely injured for. I mean, it was like years, and I'm not, you know, and that was years ago, and I will guarantee that young lady is still dealing with the effects of that every single day of her life. I do not go away overnight. I mean, it's not something you go. Well, you know, we we bucked the headlight of that car. And now you've got guys gotta go fix that. However funny that would be I don't know. But even as a kid doing stupid thing, you know, we never thought throwing a rock for a windshield with with something with funny or something anybody should do. Well, you know, and I mean, I did some stupid things as a kid, but but that was never one up. I never remember anybody thinking that would be funny worst thing I did was far crackers in an empty cocaine and watch what happens in the woods, and that kind of stuff, but I guess Boone county, they have no leads at this point ought to charge. See scumbags with attempted murder because this was an attempted murder. Well, this is this is the kind of thing though, that I think if it doesn't it should get people's attention. They they are working hard. I got the indication that they might have some leave that they could track down on this thing. I it's very difficult. I don't know how they worked at. But there's some, you know, there are ways that these officers have of narrowing the suspect lists on things like this. And sometimes it's, you know, something like this can be very difficult. But if they get a lead in this we had this thing out last night. They started getting calls. Somebody knows something. This is one of those things where you got teenagers. And nobody knows Jimmy was out throwing rocks or he was out in that area. And they'll figure it out. You know, people can't stay off a social media anymore, especially that age group. They may have shown themselves before in the area somebody knows. And there's a lot of, you know, lots of friends they're not going to stand by on something like this. You know, what over the line? You know, Brian. Hammer. You also mentioned earlier this morning when I spoke with you about a a noted murder and over in Indiana. And when I think of you, I think a murder what's happening with that case. Well. You know, the first part of that was that we now have the woman who was part of this whole case has now pled guilty. She's been she's been sentenced. See is gonna get I think it's ninety five years in jail. This was a case in Aurora, Indiana where. Cody booth. Has decided he was a heroin acted and he decided he needed more more heroin, and the only people who had taken this kid in the only people left in his life is his grandfather and his mother and the grandfather and the mother had allowed them to stay at his house role street outside of Aurora. That's where he was staying with his girlfriend. They whatever they were drug or whatever. And they decide they need the money. They start talking about. Well, they could kill mom and grandpa and grandpa, a green beret it served. The Vietnam had been injured quite CAD a purple heart had a bronze star. I believe won't Brian are decorated still people knew him in town almost all of his friends were other veterans who who who understood what he had been through. And. And spent their days out helping other veteran, and and so they decided that they would that they would attack these folks. So he sits down beside of his mother and his mother understands something's wrong something's going. He says you're getting ready to do something. You don't want to do. And he says, yeah, I love you mom, and then he starts to strangler. Well, she's not dying. You tries to put his hand over mouth, she bite them. And then he calls for his girlfriend to bring the night, which is the size of a sore. This knife is ju- see brings it over. And her testimony is that he grabbed her hand with kids, and they stab mom together. And then she falls away and then Cody boost in stabbed his mom again. And that she lays dying a gruesome gruesome seen. I think even too much to talk about on the radio this scene of death. Is this woman died some knife wound? And then they turned their attention to the grandfather. And they sat him up and Cody booth knows who takes on his grandfather even at his age that he would not he would not win against a green beret. I think won't Bryant was in his late seventies believe and he knew that he he still couldn't win against them. So we have to ambush him. So he calls like his grandfather to the top of the stairs. And when his grandfather's not looking totally off guard jumped him jump on top sends him down the stairs all of his weight. All Cody boosts weighed on top of him and right into the bottom of the stairs where where he nearly unconscious. And then they get the night began. He called for the night. He sticks in to his grandfather. Rolls him over and Jeff the night bright into its chest. And leave the knife sticking out of the chest, his grandfather's dying. Go over to the mom again, they cry her wedding ring off of her fingers offers Babar's mother is either dead or dying. They pride the wedding ring off her finger take that the mother item. And they go up to the city to pawn it more money for drugs, then when you're done with that those drugs wear off that night. I think sometime maybe the next day. I can't remember what the timeframe was they come back. According and this is all according to the testimony of the girlfriend who was there. And she took investigators through the house showed him exactly how it all happened. They come back to the house. The second time see the knife sticking out of wall and go, you know, what we shouldn't leave nice sitting there. They pull the knife out throw it under a a freezer, and then leave with some more items to sell and then they're on the run and police finally put it together and track them down and arrest them and see now had confessed he's going to testify against a Cody booth. And Cody booths will go to trial in September. I pray to God Margie Thomson and Cody booth are the two that did this Cody boots is sitting next to his mom who we'd loved then to kill her because she would not continue to support his drug as heroin addiction. And then to have this horrible killing of a Vietnam war veteran a hero is despicable. I pray to God. All of them. Both of these two individuals spend the rest of their life in jail. The woman Margie Thompson is forty eight accepted. A plea deal of ninety five years in prison. Right. Ninety five years in prison. That's the favor light. Because obviously if you don't execute somebody like Cody booth, Indiana done a death penalty. It's gotta be it. Right because Naima cheese except at ninety five years in prison in Indiana. Eighty five percent of the sentence. She'd get out when she's one hundred and eleven. Yeah. I doubt she's gonna make it. Yeah. No, it it'd be rare, especially someone her condition. You know, already you know, kinda and from years of drug use and abuse. And you know, they had already basically financially ruined Brian and his daughter they had been so. I already Cody booth and Margie top that have been arrested. They have been thrown in jail. They had loaned the money. They try to Carney, and it used if I say things and his mother had used money she had to to try and keep them. They basically run out of money, they they could not support them anymore, and when they couldn't support them anymore. It was like, well, we've done all we can they've done all they can time to kill him who needs to be killed. Now is Cody booth all Brian Hamrick. Thank you for the update per for those travelling the highways and the byways tries, Dan, I guess, keep your eyes open keep your eyes up, but at ten thirty on Saturday night when a pineapple size rock comes through your windshield. Do you can't drive looking up on overpasses all the time? But it's extremely sad. What's going on? But when I think of murder and mayhem, I think Brian Hamrick. Well, that's where I usually. I'm usually in the middle of it. Somehow Brian Hamrick. Once again, thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thanks again. Mr Cunningham, let's continue with more power five. Brian Hamrick by the way in about forty five minutes, or so Brian tone will be here of crossroads and more at your home of the reds playing tonight. Oh on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w seven hundred w l w News Radio seven hundred w l w..

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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:22 min | 3 years ago

"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I want no one to suffer discrimination of any type because of self identify gender. But I don't want boys playing basketball with girls. I don't want boys and the girls locker room. I don't want boys. Saying all of a sudden, they're girl self identified to me, that's radical liberalism run amok. And that God made the two genders. He did not make three to ten genders. God may two genders. Well, I I wanna say when we're talking about. Gender fluidity the trans community's. I mean, all that stuff. We've got to recognize these are people. These are people who have been created in the image of God, these people have genuine feelings. These people are smart, folks. These folks, you know, deserve respect grace all that stuff. And oftentimes all of us are dealing with stuff that causes to think or say things that many people disagree with. So I just want to establish like real real clearly here that either folks, you know, they're they're in a different place than you are might be. I think what's. As a religious person. I'm a religion. I'm a religious person. I'm a pastor. What often happens with me is people just stick in my face? Well, how can you believe that you believe when their science out there? It seemed I hear so frequently. It's science I believe in science. Therefore, I can't believe in religion. Personally. I've never seen anything that scientifically proven the challenges my faith. It's very very nice. They always set that aside from moment. I wish we would be very consistent because science. Has nothing to offer this conversation. There's not there's not a shred of science. That says if you're born with a penis, then you're actually a female. There's not a shred of science. There's not a shred of science that says that if you're one way for part of your life and something happens your transition to the others, scientifically not a single shred event evidence scientifically now personally emotionally someone may feel that way. But I just think if we're going to uphold science like we do so frequently in our culture, we ought to be pretty consistent with it. And I think scientists pretty clear on this issue before I let you go. We have the situation here of of of Mike Pence's wife who has regained her position. She wanted to do some things more substantively, and she taught art at a Christian school and in order to go to this Christian private school that believes in biblical principles everyone that goes to the school has to state in writing it's fallen Terry. I mean, it's it's a Christian school that you believe in the bible, and you believe a man and a woman Mary that kind of stuff and now and now MRs Michael Pence is catching flack from the radical left because she's in a school that would ban homosexuals and LGBTQ individuals. And she said, wait a minute. This is the religion that I've had for the past two thousand years. This religion has been exactly where my bleed Sar. What do you think about about individuals in congress and those on the left who would go after Mike Pence's wife for teaching art in a Christian school because she is discriminatory against homosexuals? I think there's just this this this man rancor confusion is huge. As part of the reason why I wrote the book five marks of a man, and it's really well, it just flying off the off the shelves slot Marsh. Now, I just spoke to a social fraternity yesterday. I've done two fraternities at UC. There's local schools bought bought these books for everybody and their junior high and everybody in their high school, it's really taken off because there's some sort of level had a reason to what is a man how do these things approach to each other? And so I recommend that book highly five marks, man. 'cause LA folks asked me about it it relates to this question right here. One of the marks a man is a man takes a minority position boys always want to be in the majority. They wanted to think what everybody else thinks but men take on a minority position. It is unfortunate that right now, it's a minority position. If you want to believe something that's been around for two thousand years, according to the Huffington Post, quote, Karen pants is working. A school that bans, LGBTQ employees. So let me get this straight. The second lady of the United States of America has chosen to work at a school that openly discriminates against gay adults and children, and I'm and then the response to me would be wait a minute. She's working on a school following the principles of Jesus Christ that have been around for two thousand years. It's your problem. Not her problem. Well, I don't know that her school bands them or they are they saying, hey, you're not allowed to come. Or are. They just saying these were official. These are official beliefs. That the parents sign a statement saying that the saying a statement that I believe in biblical principles of marriage between a man and a woman, and according to the bible, homosexual activity, not Doma sexual homosexual activity is a sin, and you should subscribe to that when you join. And so I want to get this straight. The left is never heard a religious principles before it isn't Karen Pence making negative comments about homosexual activity. It is Jesus Christ in the bible doing that in that. Well, here again, we looked at take a look at our divider, our culture, as many many people like me, a reaping what we sewed because people who are in the more conservative quote unquote bible camp weren't offering any grace to people at different opinions for the longest time. We're offering any grace to somebody who was gay. We're offering any grace is somebody who is just an in a different spot. We weren't offering any grace to homosexual partners ones in the hospital. And no, we're not gonna let the other go to him. We weren't. We weren't we weren't being graceful. And now, unfortunately, you reap what you so now, it's slipped. So now people who may have some of my convictions. Are far less graceful to me or far less grateful to the to the first wife, and that's unfortunate. But you know, what goes around comes around at the bummer Brian tone. We gotta grow. We gotta go a great Christian leader. Good luck with the book. And thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you. My pleasure. William God bless America. Let's continue with more seven hundred w automobile, Sean at.

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"brian tone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:48 min | 3 years ago

"brian tone" 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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