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"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:45 min | 7 months ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Difference being seven of eight from the free throw line for Utah and the fact they're two out of six from the the from three point land what Kentucky looking for the three hundred and thirty fourth consecutive game to get a three has yet to do so Doleac makes a thirty seven twenty nine it is up it is no good Kentucky's advertise the Reebok that's what the support staff with two fifty to go your generous offer double again picked it back out to pasture right side of the Smith Smith getting a document looking to the left side as Smith got slow I got right over the pad to patch it looking on straight away over Bradley Bradley looking again rather getting it out of wood which Edwards mandapam is it download the package but public looking decent help because it two males cutting it close it up it's no better he'll go to the line for two Johnny graces the power's going to be number thirteen and I'll be honest models metal that's good ball move by Kentucky as they were very patient look for the Qatar Qatar have to be Cameron mills Cameron had the opportunity for the shot to go down but if you want somebody on the free throw line for Kentucky it's Cameron mills it just would not go and actually did not hit the back whatever triggered mills puts in the new year Nerman mills a ninety five percent free throw shooter of the year last year averaged over twelve points a game in NCAA play with us for this year's average only one point eight and with the championship game German with another crime locates the ball floated up in the air it is good for the camels it's true there's a time up to twenty nine the goal was six point ball game the Utes are on top thirty seven thirty one over Kentucky girl the UK basketball.

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"cameron mills" Discussed on KTRH

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03:28 min | 8 months ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on KTRH

"I live in Conroe I live in deer park connects on the ten your reliable forecast one seven forty KTRE all right Houston's morning news I'm willing Conway in for Jimmy Barrett of course March madness canceled yesterday I kind of you know it with the Cup with March madness I court I sort of understood the no fans what I don't understand is canceling the tournament all together we'll hear from a former player in the the national tournament in the national championship a little bit later but share I was thinking about this and I posted this on Twitter yesterday you know March madness is also known for that time of year when guys go and get the snip snip surgery right so that they can't have any more children so they call it vasectomy madness and if there's no March madness there's no vasectomy madness add to that boredom and self distancing or social distancing were at home alone bored I'm predicting Shera a baby boom around November December this year what do you think I think that could happen seven you know I hadn't given it much thought but that's why you're the man as the guys would think about that so but it's it's just insane to think of not having a March madness and my wife and I were talking about this last night and I find it weird that in terms of the digital age that we live in we actually live in a a sort of double edged sword area right in one hand we're so connected and we're so mobile that it is inevitable if you have a virus like this that it's going to spread around the world it's just almost no way to stop it and it's inevitable that we were going to panic if it seems half way bad because of social media but on the other hand if you do end up having to self quarantine or whatever stay at home how amazing is it that you could literally order everything you need online and never actually come into contact with another human being so on the on the one hand it's inevitable we spread things like this on the other hand it's almost easier to fight them because of the technology we have anyway more often yeah yeah the water on both of those okay doing online great but at what price point don't forget in terms of having your canoe Beale bliss there at home the kids are out of school how you gonna handle that what we get you got me I don't know we have to ship him also does some of the kind of quarantine but that could be difficult in days like this south maybe it's just for maybe I'll just be a first time baby boom when all that happens I love it all right more on this coming up and we're going to talk to Cameron mills who won two national championships a little bit later this hour what's it gonna be like without March madness this year and then later this hour as well are we in a situation where there is an N. as inevitable recession that's all coming up for this go check traffic and weather right now on the cancers Julie hardy in the in the traffic there was going to Julie looking around town and not finding a whole lot which is great news if you're trying to travel on forty five north freeway this morning right now from woodlands parkway that about where it's only about fourteen minutes after coming from sugar land on the southwest freeway from grand parkway downtown it's twenty three minutes and two ninety and from cypress doing okay Barker cypress to about six ten sixteen minutes have a poor track I'm really hard in the Gulf because windows dot com twenty four hour traffic center right in the top tax defenders twenty four hour weather center Kerry Smith is on the weather desk Hey good morning and the weather desk looks a lot like what he did yesterday is it warm this.

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"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

09:59 min | 1 year ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Not a minute too soon. Bargain luggage. Man is he. Can you say that in music anymore old wet hand? Yeah. I don't think you can do that. That's not politically, correct. That's kinda sexist looks good for age hand. What's the it's calling them? A hint that it's not the old or it's it's the old wet hen. Oh, gotcha. Which if you've ever seen an old wet hint, it is pretty usually pretty mad can be old and wet. You can't be a head. It is pretty mad. Ins or pretty mad. They're pretty upset LAPD usually at Abani rooster. Be right. Am I right? I I guess I'm not a farm. Boy. Okay. Didn't grow up on a farm. So am I right. Can I get a chicken? Yes, sir. LAPD apparently contacted will Clark about the decriminalization plan from Adam eland or or we contacted them. And they responded put it that way. We'll wanted to know what the current policy is for L M P L A P says we can't arrest for low amounts of marijuana right now as it is it's already citation only anything under eight ounces is a citation from L MP anything over eight ounces. We can arrest for trafficking. If you have a gun and marijuana in any capacity, it isn't arrestable offence. So essentially the way LAPD is doing is basically the Adam edlund plan as far as decriminalization. However that is not as my understanding that is not the case across the state, and it should be uniform across the state. You don't wanna be like, well if I get caught with half join in L in Louisville. I'm okay. But if I get caught with half adjoining precedence Burgum in jail, right? You don't want that? That's ridiculous. So I fully support what Adam eveland is proposing. And I'll ask governor Bevin about it tomorrow. So we'll do that. Okay. I wanted to read this one other Email here from a listener, it was we were talking about people that are it's annoying. They get behind in line. You mentioned the guy at subway who pulls out the office list. Right. When you think you're about to get the order. Let's see sued ear once a six inch Turkey, not no cheese Greenaway way blood black olives. And we don't make that a foot long yellow go back, and they can't read their own writing. Yeah. Now, what did he right here? Was this look like to you so Tammy banana pepper. No looks like bite me. So Tammy says soccer moms at the counter of a restaurant example of an actual event gets to counter orders. Food turns to five year old mom says so what do you want points to menu pictures? They have hotdogs chicken nuggets hamburger. Do you want a hamburger you like hamburgers kid nuggets? Mom, are you sure you had nuggets last night at memo's kid nuggets? Mom, are you? Sure. You don't want something else. How about a hotdog kid nuggets? Mom, is that all do you want chips with it and juice in this went on for two or three more exchanges? Kids got commitment, man. Either order the kid in order for the kid or let him pick what he wants since you ask them or stand to the side while you're debating, you're holding up five people only have so much time for their lunch break. And this wasn't the only time I've seen this. Guess I'm just old and grouchy. No. I've seen that lady. That lady goes all over Louisville. I've seen her everywhere. She stands there and her yoga pants. Pat's and she debates whether kid while she's like just order something damn it. We're all waiting hand. Sometimes she's on her phone, and she decides to pay cash I love she's got to keep the conversation going to figure out how to make eighteen cents. I love when she's on the phone and debating her kid at the same time. Oh, yeah. So I was at tennis practice and then hold on a second. Jimmy, you want the nuggets. Don't you? You want the nuggets you don't want the nuggets. Okay. So then I went over to him in my boss was like you can't have the hold on Jimmy tell your sister to get out to go to the bathroom. And then you wanna coke with that? You wanna coke? Okay. And then so then and it's just like to get the toilet hers and pulled up over there. Pulling out the tasers role pays them as them. New thing we talked about that with with with will Clark this morning, just as them face stays pays them. So Cory Booker is democrat Senator he is running for president of the United States. He's one of the freebie crew. That's what I call him. He wants to give away bunch of freebies. And check stab all are. They not most of them. I wanted to make a point about Buddha judge today as well. I don't know if I'll get to it if not we'll get to it tomorrow. But most of them are with the exception of maybe him in Joe, but yeah, they're all freebies. But Cory Booker has filed a Bill in the Senate to start to basically study reparations. I have the answer to this. Okay. Now. Maybe your typical right wing show host rejects this not this says, this is a nonstarter no conversation is needed. But I'm not going to look at it that way because I think America needs solutions, and we need to move on. And we need to do a bunch of stuff that we're just we're not capable of talking anymore. So let me just say I reject the idea of reparations in the form of checks outright. But I don't say I reject the conversation. So something that we have to recognize. And I know there's probably going to be people are gonna be like liberal now. It's not where I'm going here. Just trying to think about it. From a pragmatic standpoint. And what do I think is the best solution to lift people out of poverty in America? It's free markets. And it's everybody gets to play by the same rules and then free markets. That's what I think lifts more people out of poverty than any other system. And that's not just what I think it's proven. I don't care what the left says, it's proven. But they're also is something to the cycle of poverty. I've seen it in my own life. My parents being missionaries on American Indian field. I have seen the way the cycle of poverty and lack of education works of seeing how it works on. On people that are generally in a sense confined to a geographical area. And there is a power to it. That is unmistakable. And we have to look at like recent history and recognize in one of the things that opened my mind we were talking to twelve. Twelve used to work with us here. And he was on this project that I did with Cameron mills, and he was kind of telling us a little bit about this. And I had not heard about this in depth before this idea of red lining, and it used to be done here in Louisville and the ramifications of that actually still exists. It's not done anymore. But the ramifications the fallout from that still exists, and they did it in a lot of major cities across the US. And it was this idea back in the, you know, middle of last century that we would try to keep black people in one place because we didn't want them to live in the white neighborhoods and people were concerned that it would lower their property value. If a black person moved into their neighborhood, very insidious stuff. This was institutionalized. It was the way Americans thought in the middle of last century disgusting and sad from our enlightened point of view now. But it was a reality at the time and redlining was essentially this idea that you don't loan money to black people if they want to move out of a certain geographical area. So redlining was black people can buy houses in these neighbor. Hoods in these neighborhoods, only, that's what redlining was. So you had a situation where people couldn't break out of crime ridden neighborhoods. They couldn't break out of the couldn't get their kids into better education situations, and all this kind of stuff, and this is kind of a rudimentary understanding how it worked. But it was terrible thing. And so we did this and many other things in the middle of last century. And they sort of created these these these hot spots of economic dead fall and those hot spots still exists today not because of the policies there because it's not but the cycle of poverty from generation to generation. It's a powerful pool. It is a really powerful pool. So let's look at it this way is it a good thing that we have parts of town that are crime ridden that are run by gangs that people are having to sleep in their bathtubs because they don't wanna get shot across fire. The that's not a good thing. Right. We can all agree. That's not a good thing. We want every part of the city to be safe and beautiful, and livable and all that. So the idea that rand Paul had some time ago, I think needs to be brought back up again as sort of a counter proposal, the idea of reparations a counter proposal would be one way to to go about achieving the solution to these problems could be opportunities owns in sort of these areas where we encouraged by lower tax rates businesses and new opportunities to develop because where there's economic activity pride gets taken a neighborhood dignity. Gets return poverty is a dignity killer. It can be. And there is such a thing as generational poverty. We tend there's I heard statistic the other day, this is really was powerful. And it's true because I.

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"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Now why why is the daddy sound big? And scary. Sexist. I think so really a sexy song. Let's see here. Eddie, says bread and milk. My ass. Gotta get the beer and bourbon, bingo. Got to get a beer in bourbon got to get the beer bourbon. Thank letter in the LaGrange in the LaGrange liquor store. There's no bourbon laughed that's. Think about it. The letter B is the perfect letter. You get beer bourbon, burgers, bratwurst basketball, Brad Brad breasts. Let's see what else we have. Bingo. That's a fun game may be really think about it. Everything's in there. Perfect letter. And then several people on Twitter asking for the link to the podcast of twisted view yesterday. It's on my blog page at W H, S dot com, keyword, Leland. Just go to my show. And it's the last post that I have up there. But you can also I posted it on Twitter yesterday. So just look through my Twitter feed. You can find it there and also on Facebook, right? When we continue Cameron mills stops by. We'll talk a little medical marijuana and Kentucky basketball real or fake coming up as well. Your chance to see how good you are at spotting fake news, NewsRadio eight forty WATS. Now. One b word you're not going to like in your house. This weekend is Bir because if you're h back system goes out, you're going to be cold. That's a scary situation because you're cold right now, and you want someone to fix it right now. But you want someone to be honest, I speak from experience with air serve five six one double o double one can be middle of summer middle of winter. If you haven't had your system cleaned for quite a while, maybe you have an older system and those really really good hypoallergenic filters. Those are really thick and make sure. System work, really, really hard. You shouldn't use those with an older system, but that can cause an overload and your capacitor to blow that happened to us during the summertime that was about one hundred and eighty two hundred bucks something like that. We were more than happy. We were expecting a new system. Now, if you get out one of those guys on TV, that's full commission. They're gonna come out to your house, and they might not say capacitor why it's the right thing to do. And it's honest, but they're not gonna make any money. Two hundred bucks doesn't equal squat for them. What they can tell you is your compressors about to go, and that's about to grant. This is an old system is my last another month, you might wanna fix this now to grand eight grand..

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"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:15 min | 1 year ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Here the stories we're following this morning. A slate of abortion bills being debated in the Kentucky legislature will have the details on that coming up a Harrison county woman facing jail time after a second child dies in her care, and we'll get a look at national news, plus traffic and a snowy weekend ahead. It's all at the top of the hour on NewsRadio eight forty w h. Yes. Yep. Got two to four inches. Coming our way. Tom just wrote in that the WalMart and Kroger in LaGrange both have all of the bread and all of the milk. All right, then so we're good on that. Let's see earn kind of funny. We had several of these emails about the bread and milk. You can Email me Leland W H, AS dot com or ID, Linda WATS. I'm Susan says did you what you suggested if the power goes out because of two inches of snow? You can just put your food outside. So that it won't ruin you. Put your beer right on the snow and your food and actually would be pretty good. Oh, it is. Let's see. Oh. Let's see I was trying to somebody else in a funny Email in here. I was going to pull it up here. Oh, did you see what is that about the nut butter? Well, we're going to bring that one. I said I like nut butter and people were making fun of me for that. Because nobody wants to fries. Well, I don't want to narrow it down to just peanut butter. That's true Marianne is upset. Shame on you. Governor government workers why you weren't putting money back for a rainy day. Why are you singling out government workers are you that unaware of how many people who work in the private sector also paycheck to paycheck? I get mail from Marianne from time to time. She doesn't like me. But she listens to every word. We say no simply said, I look at why why do people what did I say? When I started that conversation. Dave, I'm not criticizing government workers. I'm saying that when you see a pattern of events you should probably prepare for a pattern of events. And if you know that stupid politicians are going to be shutting down the government every other year, you should probably prepare for that. Because politicians are not gonna stop being stupid at least have an unmatched out credit card handy. That would be good. And that would be good for everybody. Not just government workers. But in this case, we know it's going to happen. The private sector. You don't often have your employer say, hey, guys. We're not gonna pay you for six weeks. Doesn't happen. Very often Russian military. Maybe maybe in the Russian millet. That's not the private sector. Is it all as true in Russia? It is. I coming up I invited Cameron mills. In to talk about basketball at UK is everybody gonna be okay. Your Val fans are gonna be. Alright, I'm sorry. Okay. Basketball. If I could be okay, you're breaking we lost the signal NewsRadio eight forty W H A S. So if you're going to stock up on bread today, don't get wonder bread, go to lots of pasta 'cause you have lots of options. You have the pretzel bread. This thing called a rustic loaf. Which is awesome. They're seated unseeded Italian brothers baguettes long skinny lows, a French bread. They're made homemade right there, and they will slice it for you on your way out the door, and as long as you're doing that you might as well stop by the deli and get some sausalito Turkey, juicy white meat Turkey with this spicy coating on the edges. It is awesome. And if you like thanksgiving Turkey, and you think I loved Herkie sandwiches deli Turkey is not quite like that. It's only thanksgiving time. No, they have the oven roasted Turkey breast, which they do right there at lots of pasta. They slice it. And it kind of breaks up in your hand. Is you eat it you make sandwiches? So you can have thanks. Giving day or day after Turkey sandwiches every single freaking day, thanks to lots of pasta. And while you're there today because it's going to be nice and cold get something hot for lunch. There's always three different things soups and stews always one thing for the vegetarians out there. My wife loves the vegan curry lentil. And by the way, if they don't have that it's back in the freezer. So you can keep that on hand for whenever lots pasta level dot com. Heart of Saint Matthews for more than thirty six years. Iphone.

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"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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05:50 min | 1 year ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Yeah. That's not because the government is telling them to it's because they're under this report this pressure. This pressure is caused by the government. Floating this false idea that you and I are causing climate change. So in order to try to be woke to e environmental Justice issues companies are putting themselves if a company says to themselves, I've got all of this square footage of my roof. Here's where I'm an advocate of solar. If a company says to itself, I've got all of the square footage of my roof, and I wanna put solar panels across the entire roof and use that to offset by energy costs on a monthly basis. And if they look at the numbers, and they realized that we plan to be in this building for thirteen years and by year fifteen if these solar panels hold up, we'll be saving money that to me is I am one hundred percent pro that one hundred percent pro that. But it's not replacing the fossil fuels. No, no, it'll never replace fossil fuels because you gotta make this huge investment in the upfront. You gotta stay put for a number of years. And then you get a portion of it back. And that's kind of like I would put if I was going to be in the house that I'm in right now for twenty years, and I knew it, and I knew I wasn't going to sell it and move into another house or buy a bigger house or build another house. If I was going to stay in it, and I knew it was gonna stay in it for twenty years right now, I go down and put solar panels on my roof. I would do it because I know that in twelve years that's going to start saving me money. And then in fifteen years if I do decide to sell the house in twenty years and do another house. Well, then I've paid myself back. I've saved some money, and guess what I've up the value of my house, but that is a long range plan. In the meantime, if I'm planning on selling the house in five years, this is a dumb thing to do to invest in solar. Right. It's better for me to use the coal fired. Power plant, the natural gas fired power plant just down the street. That's gonna make more sense to me. And it just felt like he was trying to say we need to shoehorn environmental energy into the portfolio as opposed to let the market do what the market will do when solar panels become functional off, my wife, and I were on vacation recently. We went into this mall is one of the few malls. I've ever seen with an actual tesla dealership you've ever been. Wow. No, okay. There storefronts they put a couple of Tesla's in there. And then they got their other products in there. It's like an apple store with even less stuff in it fascinating. You can sit in the car is a really nice cars. They're super super nice cars. Couple of them. I would actually consider buying. They look like they would be fun in the back part of the store. They had the tesla wall. The tesla wall is a solar-powered battery pack that can store the energy that you're solar panels put on your house and instead of giving it to the grid. You can keep it. You can literally power your entire house off the grid. Right now. They are so. Godly expensive that unless I was building my dream house and was going to be in it for thirty years. I wouldn't touch the stuff twenty years from now if the free market allows us to make this same technology. Everybody's gonna have it. And everybody's gonna use it to offset what they pay for the regular power grid. And that's fine. Let that happen. So in that sense. I am pro Newell energy. But in the idea that we would come along, and the government would subsidize and force and shoehorn this stuff into people's portfolios hail. No, that's not the free market, and that is not necessarily the economy in the future. And one thing that bugged me is when he said was kind of proud of his program, and that's a great program, but we're putting out of work coal miners to work putting in solar panels. How about they don't lose their job in the first place? Well, okay. But his he doesn't look I actually like his project in eastern Kentucky. He's taking where they had mountaintop removal, and they're using entirely private money. No government this outta work. That's good. They're just taking that mountaintop section which is now a big flat. Top with no trees and putting solar panels on it. Great thing. Great thing. But I have talked to him before about this because he was on a project that Cameron mills, and I are doing what you can find online. I have talked to him about this before. And I said, look you do have to realize all of that right now is elk habitat. It's not when you put your solar panels on it. The L can't get out there. They can't do the same thing. Everybody said don't build a little Google Luke habitat, but we'll cover the entire state with solar panels because it's solar panels. Right. So I support his project because I think there's plenty of land that they can do that on and it will put people back to work, but to your point, Dave. Yeah, we wouldn't have had to deal with that in the first place if it hadn't been for Obama going after and shutting down the oil, the the the the coal industry part of that though, I will say this it is more complicated than just that part of that is market driven. The coal were using in America right now is coming from Wyoming, Colorado, Montana. Western South Dakota. That's where they're digging the coal out now because it's easier to access and it's cleaner to burn. It's a different type of coal. So it's cleaner to burn. So that's actually a market driven thing that has shifted the coal market partly away. So it's a combination of President Obama doing what he can to bankrupt the coal industry, and then coal finding cheaper options to dig out of the ground. So anyway, but do your point. Yeah. I just felt like there was a lot of we're going to try to shoehorn this sort of expanded portfolio of energy in there. And you asked me the question during the break, you were like winter millennial really pay more for a Ford that uses solar panels than for Toyota in Georgetown. And I was like, yeah. Because that's the way they're being raised right now in our school systems. They actually do put a premium on that they have not been taught to think critically, and they honestly believe Al Gore and this fraud of global warming. So you would go out and pay that I still think if there are a couple of..

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"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"She's the host of the famous primal blueprint podcast heard round the world and she lives in Malibu, California and had to be evacuated from her home. We're going to chat with her to eleven thirty five in an update on what's going on out there. Had to sleep on the beach the first night, and she sent me a video. There are worse. Places to have to sleep. There are unless you're looking at a fire that could be burning your house down through that. She sent me a video of the devastation from the beach. And of course, they were safe on the beach, but the fire it looked like a nuclear bomb had gone off in in Malibu. And she knew her house was over there. And didn't know what was happening happening to it. So terrifying her podcast is doing pretty well. She's living in Malibu. Yeah. Well, full disclosure. I this is the podcast. I follow for. Basically the primal slash paleo lifestyle. That's how I got to know her and she's been on a project that I do with Cameron mills, and she's just a really great person. And I texted or the other night because I was worried I was like, hey, you're you're out there and everything okay? And took her while to get back to me because she didn't have cell service at first. And then when she did told me what had happened. So we'll talk to her at eleven thirty five. Apparently, someone has done a study. I don't know why they needed to do this study. And they're worried that with self driving cars, there will be more relations taking place inside the car while driving. There's some things in this world that I just don't think we need to research. One because we know it's going to happen. Anyway, it's not it's kind of the, you know, it's like the obvious research departments. Like, we should get rid of all those studies 'cause taxpayer dollars go for them. It's been happening in cars for quite some time. A lot of people listening may have been conceived in a car. I'm actually kind of glad that self driving cars is one reason why self driving cars may be good because it happens sometimes while people are driving in bad things happen when that takes place. So better if there's the cars driving itself while you do hanky-panky you want to get involved. Like a good thing study done by researchers at UK's university of Surrey school of hospitality. Food and fun management confirms. What we've all suspected from the start self driving cars will result in more people doing the deed in cars. Their paper just published in the annals of tourism research starting animals start A N N O two in L off with the expecting expected boring crap affects on urban tourism people will sleep while driving. And then we get in the good parts in addition to people using their cars for rest rather than a hotel. The they get into exploring the possibilities of the hourly rate hotel action some theories raised even the possibility of Amsterdam's red light district going mobile, and then dropping off the client when the need is done. Like, I said some things we don't need to study. Human nature is all all we need to know about. Hey, Bob, only got two houses down the street. Super day. You're suspended for.

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"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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07:38 min | 2 years ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"North Dakota fighting hawks tonight at seven thirty on NewsRadio eight forty WATS. All right. So those of you who know me know that my my dad works as a missionary on American Indian failed in southern Arizona where I grew up right on the border with Mexico. Actually, the the town that I grew up in is about twenty miles north of the border, and it is right. Smack dab in the middle of one of the heaviest trafficked areas for a legal immigrants coming into the United States. And I can remember when I was a kid friend of mine, and I sometimes would sit on the apex of the roof of the Parsonage that we lived in. And we could see them in the wash which is a dry riverbed. They would make their way up the wash and kind of snake around, and then they would go meet a car and the car would take them off to Tucson or Phoenix or wherever wherever they were headed or they would get caught. You know, one or the other and regularly. My mom would keep like a cooler outside with water because these people would come out of the desert, and they would be just parched and she would fix them food, and she would give them water, and then she would call border patrol. And her thing was I don't want anybody to go home on an empty stomach. And so a lot of the time when I was growing up. It was different. These were people coming here legitimately to work. And we didn't really have any problems when I was growing up as much as what's going on. Now. They were there. But they never there was never any issue. You know, was just like they were coming for work, and they weren't as as many now, it's a totally different story my dad's had his car stolen twice by drug mules. The church has been broken into like a million times, the Parsonage has been broken into to the point that there is there are bars on every single window. In fact, they my dad after he put bars on all the windows and doors on both the church and the house, which he really resisted doing because that seems weird having a church barred up they actually came in through the vent in the roof, and he had to put bars over the vent in the roof. I mean, it was that bad. They came down through the ceiling broke, the seal and install stuff and all this kind of stuff now. And again, I'm not painting all illegal immigrants is this. I'm saying that with the passage of these people crime increased in the area. That's my point not blaming them. All specifically. But my dad calls me the other day he's been he had been here. We had a dear family friend pass away. And he had been here for the funeral to preach it, and then he drove back home. So he had been gone. For about a week or so and in the in his absence, the people that were filling in at the church had some problem getting into the church and with the door, and they forgot to lock the door back. Now, my dad has this building that he is finishing up Cameron mills, and I both went out there and did a basketball bible camp and helped to work on that building. It's going to be a community center when he's done with it. He's almost done with it. But he's got all of his tools in there. And he calls me. And he says son, I got wiped out. So what do you mean? He said, I came home. And apparently, they forgot to lock the door back on the building on the side of the church, and they took all my tools were stolen. And he said there were tire tracks that led up to it. But when he called the police the police came over there looking at all this stuff you lost about five thousand dollars worth of tools. Major heavy tools. I mean, big time tools that you would use major Saul desks, and like all this different stuff. Very expensive stubs about five thousand dollars worth of tools. So he says the police come over and they start looking at the tracks because it's all dirt out there. And there's a house across the wash directly adjacent to the property of the church, and this house has always been an on again off again, kind of a drug drug house. Right. And it's been abandoned for some time because the owners got put in prison eventually, and so the police notice my dad's extension cord has been plugged into the side of the Parsonage, and he had a really long industrial extension Corwin like two hundred feet or so and they realized that the extension cord goes away from the house down through this wash up into a broken window in the old house the old drug house. So they follow. It turns out that apparently whoever stole all my dad's stuff used my dad's hand truck to take it all over to this. Former drug house plugged into my dad's power availed themselves of the power. And then took off from there. So they followed the trail. So my dad goes over when he goes over with the police to the the old drug house and inside they discovered it apparently was a stash house for illegal immigrants. It's where they come in. It's abandoned so they come in. They hide until they're ready to or sleep or whatever until they're ready to move onto the next most of the time they move at night. And they go in there, and they had there was about sixteen or eighteen backpacks in there. And he said, he said son the filth and the and the it was so bad. It was. So the stench was so in other words, it was it was it was very unsanitary. And there in the middle of the room were a few of his tools that have been left behind. They apparently had already gotten rid of the bigger, tools and a few of them. So he'll never get that back. I'm sure the point is there is a human humanitarian side of what's happening here. And my dad was making this point. He was saying. You know that fills is not healthy for people to be staying in. And I think sometimes we we think everything is going to turn out roses. And if we you know what I mean, and these the people that are coming across, and who knows who did this it may or may not have been people that were coming across the border. It may have been somebody involved in the drug trade. It may have been somebody involved in the legal immigrant smuggling trade. I doubt it was the people that actually came across the border. The point is they discovered that this was indeed, a stash house of some sort and the the conditions that people are living in and sometimes it seems as though the left thinks that everything is roses and everything is perfect and they fail to see. What's actually happening on the border all of this stuff combined the high crime right on the border and the people that get hurt. And all of that stuff gets left out of the media coverage. We'll continue NewsRadio eight forty W H A S your citizens Union Bank. Bloomberg money update. This is Bloomberg. Market minute. Stocks are rising with a broad base to turn around this morning. And as crude oil rises for a change. Dow up one hundred fifty five at twenty five thousand four forty one the SNP up twenty or seven tenths percent at twenty seven forty two. The NASDAQ up sixty six seventy to sixty five nine x crude is at fifty six dollars sixty cents a barrel up one point six percent. After falling seven percent yesterday. Macy's third quarter. Same store sales rose three point three percent and beat Wall Street projections. This was the fourth straight quarter of growth. Shares of the retailer are rising this morning and an underlying measure of US consumer prices picked up in October while.

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12:16 min | 2 years ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"The first edition will be coming up a week from this coming Monday, November nineteen that'll be a double header. So it'll actually be at seven o'clock after the show, but. The rest of the season. It'll be closely on Monday nights, always at six eastern time right here in the UK sports network. Let's get cut it to eleven at day was sixteen thirty three to go. Duke has outscored the cats sixteen to two. And Kentucky's just two free throws during that time and RJ Barrett. Going with the line looking to complete a three point play with Abbas, Mike. Luke is. High quality shots Kentucky defensively right now on their heels. Not play very well. Free throws. No good. The rebound snatched by Washington out there with Johnson hero Travis and Hagen's. The starting five four Kentucky. Here's hero of the right side. Ball knocked away by white. He comes up with a steel fades it over to wheels. Gotta meet the past passers gotta make a good feed. But you have to turn up ports in pass balance. I n Williams said as he goes for the spiel out on the right wing against Washington. Washington comes out working in his teammates straight to search of leadership here as Williamson has now picked up his second foul of its dukes. The Viloria will come in and sign Williamson will go. Join reddish on the bench with two thousand. I always thought this year that would be interesting now this team played out Tom as far as who's the guy. Would you need a basket or multiple baskets, you go to and they could deliver? Jay, Washington shoots headed bounces in a lot of iron. But it stays I point for PJ tacky getting killed on the porch right now. They really are it to my last statement. I thought PJ Washington might be one of those guys we need to find out right now who those guys are cats only seven rebounds shooting thirty percent. Second comes out. Green almost picked the pocket bolted for the rebound. But do comes out with it. That's not a good number of rebounds with your shooting that poorly twenty nine to eleven Duke and the cat's switched to a two threes owed without Duke might be the first team to go zone. Jones on the right side out to Barrett straightaway. Three ball shot over that zone. Nine forbear. It. Boy, I'll tell you what he has put on a show. The one point lead for Duke thirty to eleven eleven oh seven to play in the first half TJ, Washington hands. It off the Johnson. He drives the lane scoops it up and end with a right hand Johnson with eight points. Thirty two thirteen Duke got the good angle that tab use the glass challenge. The Duke defender bolted Bolden couldn't block into the lane. Barrett twisting shot. Good. Eleven for Barrett. Four thirteen. Here's Hagans drive right side has the degree long three on the way. No good. Nobody under the basket the rebound, but Luke Slough devils jerseys in Gloria comes out with Greek trap is by himself with three players top the rebound. Joan straightaway feet deductible at baseline the Bolden in the short quarter. He goes into the lane turned back to his left with a hook shot. Missed everything. Rebounded by Johnson. Chaplaincy protect you can take advantage Hagans angles through the middle over to the right side. Is he comes into front court reverses at degreen around the Johnson Johnson gets into the paint kicks right corner. Washington. Open three. Jiang hits Kentucky's first three point basket. We'll get drive the paint and the defense collapse. You kick it to the corner. BJ was ready on the catch. Jones house passed the right elbow to Bolden Bolin trying to hand it back to pair. It does track by Ashton Hagans. Now Barrett deep the right side rasp by Higgins, drives on it. Dumps it down on the left corner to white white kicks it out to Jones flies left. Eighteen footer. No, good rebound by Travis outlet. The Hagans cats are running Hagans through the late leaves it opera. Johnson. Johnson drives up with an eight footer rims out yoga taps it. No, good rebound by white for Duke. Jones ahead to bear. It running left side goes through the lanes to put up with the right hand comes off. No good. Rebounded by Travis Kentucky off the Hagans. Cross sport to Johnson coming down the left side. Johnson drive through the lane. It gets fouled Tukhy drawing. Some fouls on Duke by attacking the rim. That went on the laureate. His third. Mrs a couple of shots but cats unable to convert back at their in combat you come up with the stops the missed shots by your go down and finish off on your end convert. Checking in for the first time for Duke Antonio ranked of which seven foot senior from Croatia into the game. So Duke having to go deep into its bench here in this first half because of foul trouble is Bolden now goes out. Laurie with three Williamson and reddish of the beach bench with two each but Kentucky's down thirty four sixteen Kelvin Johnson at the line. His first free throw it. It's good. Finally after he missed three minutes to go top plenty of time. But you got to make some shots to come up with some stops at the defensive. Here's Kevin Johnson. Standing in for his second shot. It's the most worthwhile candidate double figures with ten points. He'll go out replaced by Tyler hero quickly. Also in therefore Kentucky now place of Hagen's. So it's Washington. Green quickly hero and Travis Kentucky picking up in back court to see quickly looking for his shot. He hit everything at shoot around today, including the mid port shot that they practice with a bunch of shots. They look like they were ready at the shooting in the pre game warmups. A coming across the circle to his left up pass out the Jones. Jones moving across to the right hands it off to reddish, a log three in and out. No, good rebound. Travis foul on Duke rank. Behind Travis tried to fight for that rebound. Picks up his first Kentucky's into double bonus. Now as we walked down to the Kentucky basket to our ripe for read Travis who scoreless so far to shoot to Travis had excellent position that time used that big body to keep the districts vendor on his back hasn't really had any touches offense. This is the free throw. Can't shot free throws. So well through the exhibition games. They are now five of ten here in this first. Eight forty to play. Second shot for Travis. Good. Thirty four nineteen Kentucky swapped six. Barrett walks it across alive picked up by PJ Washington angles to his right practice has about a switch Barrett's try to attack you pulls up of eighteen footer in and out. No, good rebound. Washington. Foul pushing off. Second. PJ will be headed to the bitch wildcat to get into some foul. Trouble. Nick Richards, pops up his seat. Barrett is shooting the ball very well five of eleven to one to two beyond the arc. He's been the difference. I'll look at the monitor for something. And while they do teams get to get an impromptu timeout here. That's only have gotten up eighteen shot. Stop. Only made six put the rebounding the habit that able to rebound. Maybe if any of those this shot one offense with twelve miss shots. That's. This is a Kentucky t- that normally is among the nation's leaders in offense rebound percentage, north of forty percent. And Southern Cal talked about in the pre game those part of the game plan just to get shots up or they didn't go in just go get them. And that's how he likes to coach with the guy's going to the glass. Certainly has it happened tonight with one offense Duckie fans trying to get behind their team to rally them for a comeback against Duke famous comeback. Of course occurred in the regional final down in Saint Petersburg, nineteen ninety eight Kentucky down seventeen midway through the second half before Scott Padgett lane Turner. Cameron mills company few Evans arrest led Kentucky back to that victory. Culminated with a national championship in San Antonio. Shortly thereafter. That's what you called spor back. Yes. Somebody the tenth time Kentucky, Duke, admit forty years. But there is quite a rivalry because of the stature of these two programs since they played in seventy eight. Look at the accident Kentucky. Techy won the national championship gets Duke at Saint Louis and seventy eight with goose was golden jacket and said that incredible night since then. Seven of the nine meetings between these people. Leukocyte six eight seven seven draw heading into this matchup here in Indianapolis. Now checks in. Ritchie seventy percent shooter his career. Shop away. Eight twenty five both teams in the bones. British back out there. With two fouls for Duke gambling. Second shot. Good. A couple of free throws push the lead back to thirty six nineteen quickly on the point. Downpour kentucky. Passes left side. The hero off the green on the wings without a field goal. So far. Three. Owner Clark nights pass underneath a Travis. How green survey deplore threads the needle binds his teammate on the other side of the floor rate. Travis of threads the needle that was a terrific assists. The talk about quarterback throwing into a small window. A did there? He threw a bullet right on target at a strong Whitaker Bank shot for Travis skelly Johnson returns, Nick Richards does. So announce four arts for Kentucky, essentially, you call Kelvin a guard and Henry Travis. So where are you going to get your rebounding now going to have to be the guard, certainly help hero and Johnson six six six seven respectively. Golden back in replacing grant credits quickly to the pitching there. What you know? He's a hustler he'll go on there and get some three point play for read Travis fix it. Thirty six twenty two in favor of Duke. Fan started to come alive a little bit that team trailed by twenty one. Fourteen. Depot right side. Reddish drives on Thompson. And gets stuck out of me. Protests pitfall thirsty. Timeout seven fifty seven to play a little life that allowed cast three point play re Travis seven fifty seven to play in the first half, its Duke, thirty six Kentucky twenty two in the UK sports shelter insurance. We know landlords and to keep up with their renters, even they're related mom, dad..

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"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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05:50 min | 2 years ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Live from the iheartmedia purple tower power. Jackie moon out there. It's the Terry minor show. Oh, sorry. That audio won't go up there. I was trying to pull a little piece up here. On. The departed a movie the departed try this again. You'll better get organized quick last time. I checked I tipped you off. And you're not in jail. Feeling we gotta cop. That's Jack Nicholson playing that rove. Whoever was Frank Costello or whatever. But it was really Whitey Bolger. The guy that got killed in prison that movie pod is. It was about the notorious Boston gangster. And they're saying mafia connection got him killed. So I guess that stuff still goes on there. Still is a moth. At least strong enough to reach out and get to a guy like that who hadn't been able to get to because he was a mole for the FBI. And he's also well you've read his history before, but quite a terrorist and American turns to say, the least fascinating story on many levels. The film. The departed was Leonardo Di Caprio Matt Damon turned out to be the rat the movies, all it's not like I'm ruining it. If it's not a spoiler there. The Matt Damon was rat. And then at some other prominent people Anthony Anderson's in there is one of the detectives he is the father on black ish now Dray plays DRAM blackish, and he's like one hundred pounds lighter. It looks a whole lot different than he did back when that films done the departed. And then who was who's daddy on there? Couple more prominent characters in that film. You get a chance that's a good one to follow. That film is only twelve years old seems like it's twenty years old already it way. Welcome aboard here. Latest glad to have you here Sean's back to work. Did you get all moved as his life settled in now? Well, we've got moved there. Still a few more things to get done before everything settles down. But you know, all that is you move. There's always stuff to get done. Did your clothes come out of a cardboard box today? No. We got those. Let's just say I have a lot of close. So it took a few boxes like enough to fill a cargo van just like Drean black. If you're a shoe guy. I have been I like shoes, I don't have as many as I used to just because I ran out of space and well money, but. Your wife get offended that you worry more about the shoes, and maybe some of her things or maybe the photo album with your marriage pictures, and she probably would if she knew about it could think she's not listening. She's teaching. She's busy at her school. All right. Well, the first reference you heard a hold on a second. Would check on this text. Okay. Good. We are going to hear from. So a little bit later on the show from over Kentucky venues over some some unseemly items that were apparently for sale at the gun show. And there's been a lot of talk about that. So we'll have a Representative from Kentucky venues that's Kentucky expo center in downtown convinced center talk about that coming up a little bit later on a Klan robe and some Nazi paraphernalia was pictured online on social media over the weekend is like what that stuff is being sold at a show here is that possible. We'll flesh out that story coming up a little bit. We'll get back into moving a little bit later on the show to which is you seem to be standing upright, which means you didn't do too much heavy lifting. My father. And I carried a lot of boxes, but we hired movers for the big stuff. I have learned over the years that that's not my forte. Well, they know what they're doing. They know how to carry it well cracking. They're back a whole house full of big furniture loaded. Unloaded, two and a half hours. It was amazing masterful hails. So today, we're going to talk to Olympic gold medalist, Kelsey Worrell. She's also Dolly I think she got married and added on that name to. But are you of L superstars kind of she's, you know, obviously, very prominent swimmer. She's she's got an Olympic gold for teamwork. And we're also going to talk with the CEO and president of Breeders Cup. Craig Bohl is gonna join us a little bit later on today because we're having that show, and then someone named Leland Conway is going to be chatting with me this afternoon with a guy named Cameron mills. I believe you're familiar with both of those characters do little podcast, it's quite successful. And they're going to tell you a little. Listen to one last night was very good and a little more. Sports things popping up to just because people can never take their finger off of this is almost like this week is critical in two ways Kentucky's got this huge game and sodas Louisville in a way just because Louisville season is a dud. But now now the point of pride becomes don't let the spread people. Be right. Don't lose by thirty eight and a half points in thirty eight points, which makes it now. I think the second might be the third largest spread against the Louisville cardinals in their football history. Because there was one time they were forty eight point underdogs. I mean. Wow, zirs back in the nineteen ninety s out anyway. So we'll get into that topic. Little bit later on today to glad you're here. Sit tight coming right back us radio. Wait, forty W H A S traffic just be problems out that are getting away this app. Just be problems out that are getting away this afternoon with accidents working.

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"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

12:29 min | 2 years ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Are broadcasting live from downtown new Albany on the furniture corner of state and main. Hold on a second. Hold on a second. We got guys outside the window here. And they bought their. I love it saying Hello. Couple of guys at work. You're modeling there. Sasquatch shirt officially go on sale at noon. Right. So I guess they made an exception for the employees. Their employees. Plenty of shirt, we're broadcasting live from the furniture goners Dayton made in downtown new Albany. I'm Leland Conway along. We're super Dave Jennings. We've got Billy back at the studio. Billy the kid the kid list. Yeah. That's oh. Billy the kid as he knows. Can we call you wild Bill? Yeah. Anything you want Bill? I think we need to call you while Bill today at noon, the shirts go on sale, we have large and extra large. They basically the supplies like, I don't know. We have one hundred of them something like that. And we're going to sell them until they sell out if they don't sell out in our two hour window today. As people were asking me online. We'll find some way. But I have a feeling just judging by what's been happening. I think we're probably going to sell out better. You better get out. Here is what I'm saying. It's a bobblehead you'd better get out of here chicken legs in that picture. We've got pictures up on social media us broadcast. You do have some chicken legs air did pants. Look looking at like an orange on a toothpick. There's a picture of days big old head. There's also honored actually sixty behind you. Which is scary honor flight of the bluegrass brought their World War Two Jeep. It was actually made here in Louisville. Wow. And we're going to take some pictures in that a little bit later. But it's right there on the corner of state main all of the proceeds from the shirts today. Go to benefit to organizations to great local veterans charities flags for vets. They put flags on veterans graves every- Veterans Day every Memorial Day. And they do that beautiful display down on the riverfront every year as well on Veterans Day, and they're just a fantastic local organization. Fred more couldn't be here today. He's got some folks that are gonna come by a little bit later, and we'll talk to them and honor flight of the blue grass, of course, as you heard from Cletus Jeff earlier, and we'll talk more to them. We've got a World War Two vet coming by today as well as a Vietnam vet. But as we honor veterans today, I want to go back to a conversation Cameron mills and I have been working on a project. We recently had a conversation a long in depth conversation with Chris rock, oh, he's one of the survivors of the Benghazi terror attack who defied orders and went to try to save the embassador Chris Stevens and to to hear the entire conversation. You can go to my social media. It's at Leland show on Twitter or Facebook. I've got links up there on both of those and you can follow that and and go to the full conversation. But I just want to play another excerpt at this picks up they were fighting their way to. The diplomatic compound and it picks up when they find the first casualty of that terrorist attack. Again, Chris parental with myself and Cameron mills. We fought on that objective till midnight. We found some survivors. We did find to found one dead body, which that's always. Yeah. And that's that's that's where the the the really big difference comes in because you can lose a player to injury. Right. Oh my gosh. I watched I we just found somebody that's dead. And we have to fight through this. Because we don't know this is gonna end you can't quit. There's no quitting. We found him. We found Sean Smith of and then we ended up actually after we found Sean Smith, we got hit again by RPG's small arms fire we had to fight them off. And then get back to our antics and all this time to the US government people. They can say well that nobody no they were actually watching it all on an ISR a drone feed right from eleven forty five on they knew what was going on dirt. They just watch. Wasn't there a unit not too far away by air? That was told. They started told not to there were several rather. There was. The ones portrayed in the movie. We couldn't portray all of them. But the ones that were shown in the movie that are accurate special forces group, which is called the commanders extremist force. That is actually what therefore they're in Christ. And they got moved to they got moved to second district position. And that's the that's just hop skip. And a jump right across the Mediterranean to to Libya. They would actually got moved our special forces group. Their job is to come in and in situations. Exactly. Like, that's what they're there for. Plus we had five fifty fifth fighter wing, which is an ambiance airbase in Italy. Which is maybe forty five minutes after burners to to Libya, but then the L seventy Cashman at Souda bay Greece, which is ten minutes yet the five. Yeah. The fast company of marines at Sigonella and also one in a MU in the Mediterranean, which is marina expeditionary unit, which is another high speed infantry unit. The fast company of marines. That's what they're therefore is if if embassies or US facilities overseas or are sees they're there to get over and get to getting help out. Why didn't they why did they tell them not to go? You know, I it comes down to political reasons we had Al Qaeda was on the run. We're doing things there that we shouldn't have been doing to ISIS we made ISIS. I'll put you right now. We made it we made ISIS white by the overthrow besides Syria. And where it was a lot of weapons in Libya that Gadhafi had a lot of arms that because of my dang nondisclosure. I can't talk about it. But that's I think by me just saying that I think people can deduce what we're going there. And and that was something American people didn't know, and it was both part political parties that were involved. It was I it's it's when I saw politics really take over. And I saw that lives lives. Didn't matter politics mattered more than lives, and that was just pointing to make sure for eighteen years. Yeah. I felt like being a patriot. And like, holy crap will be politicians don't give two craps about us. You don't quit you keep fighting Chris. Let me ask you this. I know how I feel is American about what happened with that. I don't want to speak for Leland. But you were up. Let's say let's go back to the sports analogies. You were a player in the game. And you said you play not to lose. Well, let me ask you this then in this situation and look at it from a ten thousand foot view, did we lose. Did we win? Did we tie? We lost. Because we turned we turn Libya into a failed state, which is now basically a training ground for ISIS. We've turned Syria into another hot another basically Hiver Iki baiter four terrorist organizations. We we went in there Egypt's, even even I don't even know how stabilize Egypt season right now as well. We stabilize the region and politicians they don't care. They they don't. And that's something that the media doesn't wanna talk about because of who was in charge at the time, and I'll be on. I could've cared less. If it was Donald Trump or George Bush or Obama, Hillary and charge whoever wasn't they failed. And so it was it was the abomination that was in charge, and will they failed that that's that's it. That's the facts just like when a football that we get now. Just like when when a coach loses or team loses. If the coaches fall into coaches ahead in short. It doesn't matter who it is. You're Tom fantastic. Coach you awesome games here. He got blamed for some failure. But he also responsibility for that's between politicians is they don't turn in the media and the media whoever whoever they want to side they're going to try to just oh nothing to see here. Right. Okay. We we felt how does that make you feel to have been on? I mean, you I've had so I get I get emails from people all the time that in the political Rena that are like I reference Benghazi a lot because I think it's a huge failure to everything you just said, and I'm passionate about it. I saw thirteen hours. I've had you on my radio show from time to time as well. And I'm passionate about it. Because we did something America was never supposed to do. We left people behind. And and you know, you guys were completely on your own. You were complete you said something while ago that really stuck with me you had to fight to defy orders. You you're not only defied orders to go to the compound and try to say the embassador you had to risk your life and fight to get there. So how does that make you feel when you see the media and politicians literally get away without ever having to take accountability for what they do. You could say that they'd get away with murder literally, I'll say it. They I'll say in our case. They get away with murder and the media media is complicit to it disgusts me. It makes me very bitter. It makes me jaded. I do stay positive as far as best. I can't saying he there's still hope because I see good things with the American people because I still in the public speaker. I speak everywhere. Gosh thing I need to slow down a little bit on. I do a lotta I'll do a lot of man Boone have her own tactical training company. And we we've we've brought a lot of people in that were new to farms and Catholics. We brought an an show me. This isn't a bad thing. You guys this is actual if you call and seeing smiles on people's faces I see hope out there in just the American populace. But with far politicians as far as things that went on and Libya, and how the media act, I I see it as a propaganda machine. I see the politicians and media here the same as I saw in those third world countries were were politician stay in power forever. And the media the media, spins to make you believe what they what they want you to believe or whatever flavor of the month is. It really disturbs me. And and it angers me. But it also motivates me too. Because that's why keep speaking I wanna go home and go fish every day with my son. It feels like there's there's again, there's there's an and you gotta put myself on a pedestal. But there's there's not a media calling her that this is what I still need to be doing at this time. You've gotta you brought up the word mission earlier talking about complex. You've got a mission. There's something that's deep in your heart. You said, you know, what I've got I've been given this experience for a reason if I don't talk about it, then that's that's that's a large failure. And I I completely understand that Chris let let me ask you this. I want to go back to get away from the mission get away from Benghazi only, go back to your childhood. I mean, what made you? I mean what you talked about your dad earlier. I think off the air and we miss him on the air. Tell us about your childhood growing up. All my my yell, and I don't get enough credit. My mom, my mom was harder nails excuse. My first grade teacher. I got in trouble all the time. That woman here wouldn't worry too much about discipline me with yardstick if I needed it, and I didn't need it a lot. So I I got but they they love me to death. And and they taught me they did they taught me what right or wrong is not not always I can't always I wish I could always do the right thing. But I'm fallible human. I this is how it is. But I try because my parents raised me that way, and they taught me to never quit, and he called me always pick myself up. If I fell down, they told me that if there's something that that is honorable no matter, if you're standing alone that you stand up for even if you may be the only person doing, and that's what that's what brought me up and then just growing up in the country. I grew up in little almost a Colorado playing out side, you know, riding my bike without a helmet on riding a motorcycle girl walking my dog a mile to the river. So I could go shoot the catfish when they used to come up of the car up on the river. Yeah. You can't do any more when you're seven. Yeah. It can take a monk, and I can't walk down to the to the real the real granted. Take the take the dog and go. Yeah. Go ahead. Just be back. I can't do that anymore. But it gave you the toughness, and they gave you that confidence. And then they and then also just failing failing always I, you know, Bernie, I remember when me and my buddy thought it was a bright idea when we were eight to light cattails on fire out in the country. And we burned about fifteen acres a land because we're stupid can't can't tell us being the firecracker, right? The. No. They play. Yeah. But they're getting of course, getting disciplined Florida's. Well, but then, you know, growing up, and I wasn't always the greatest athlete. I wasn't always the best student. I wasn't. But it was my dad's name if you want some you got to work for it and getting up in high school when I was running track too..

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"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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13:42 min | 2 years ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"So this morning. Rick Pitino was on with. With my buddy, Tony Cruz and Kentucky NS morning news. And one of the questions that Tony Cruz asked was about the book and the book coach Pitino calls it caused governor. Matt Bevin a religious zealot. I guess I am too. Then. Why what makes you a religious sell it because I believe in God and go to church. Yeah. Yeah. I that was clearly in the book, that's clearly a swipe at governor Bevin personally. And I guess that's because Patino feels personally affronted, but you know, this whole thing that the book is hilarious. It's Well, I I haven't read it yet. But I it's hilarious concept that this guy who wrote books previously about how much he micromanaged his program in new every little thing that was going on. And he has two major scandals, and suddenly he doesn't know anything. Let me ask you a question. Name your favorite college basketball team and. If they have national championships in history. It's probably a good chance. You don't remember every single player that was on the team? Right. Do you remember every single play every single player up and down the entire bench? From tubby Smith's nineteen ninety eight national championship. Nope. You remember every single player up and down the bench from the nineteen ninety seven. Final four and championship game that cats lost. Because Derek Anderson was sitting, Nope. What about ninety six hundred Patino? Do you remember every single player up and down the bench two thousand thirteen hundred Patino, you avowal? Nope. Okay. So in other words, when they win a national championship who gets all the credit when it comes to talking about the program in general. Coach. Coast Patino has national coach Pitino has two national championships to two different schools that had to be rivals against each other. Coach has so many national championships. He's got how many? Right. Coach Pitino has final fours. Coach Pitino has how many tournament appearances coach. So what we're talking about college basketball, the head coach gets most of the credit suppliers at win the games, but it's a head coach that gets the credit. So where you have something really bad happened on your teams watch. Guess what coach gets blamed? That's the light that. That's I'm sorry. That's the brakes, buddy. I'm sorry. It happened on your watch. Sorry. You claim to not knowing about it. But that's the breaks, buddy. You get the championship credit? You get the blame when something goes bad. And when you have to back to back really huge scandals. I mean think about it this way had had had Penn State not happened. Let's let's think about a world where Penn State doesn't happen. Okay. How big a deal? Do you think strippers? For recruiters would have been at u of l. In the scheme of news. Right. You know what I'm saying? It would have been the biggest news story in several years. Right. I mean, obviously Penn State just kind of suck the air out of the room for pretty much the next decade all scandals now are compared to it in terms of severity, right? At least at least they didn't do all go out of Penn State. Right. So you got players beaten her girlfriends, but at least it wasn't Penn State. Right. Okay. So I'm saying these are these are pretty pretty big scandals. And they happen on your watch. Sorry. You get blamed right? That's my two cents on the whole Patino thing. But you know, what it's a free country. He has a right to his opinion. He has a right to tell his side of the story. Clearly, clearly, there's. They're clearly there's two sides to every single story. So anyway, that's some context this morning. He went on with Tony Cruz and had his say and told his story, and it was a pretty compelling interview. Then came the part about Matt Bevin because apparently in his book, he asked the or he called the governor a religious sell it and blames him for a lot of what happened specifically he holds, I guess resentment towards Bevin for George being gone. So I had. I I wanna bring governor Bevin and Abba conversation with him. And I wanna talk about other things, but I also wanna get his reaction to this. Because this book is in the news. So governor Bevin on the line with us now. Newsradio eight forty W H A S and governor Bevin. Let me start by playing a little audio sound bite for you and get your reaction to it from coach Rick Pitino. I don't believe it don't believe for one second because he could have stopped this board from acting the way they did he chose not to. I think the only this book is one hundred percent truth. The only there are many people who will testify that Bevin wanted him out. They heard it firsthand. I'm not one hundred percent. Sure. That's true. I do think that governor Bev had a problem with Tom because he wouldn't give back the money. Tom fell to a deal was a deal. He did all the marketing. He he he sold the tickets. He sold the sweets. He felt an agreement was in place and didn't feel agreements should be changed because the other people weren't living up to their ended a bargain. So that's that's Rick Pitino saying that you didn't want at Yeovil and just wanted to get your reaction to that. It's pretty sad. It really is a great coach in his life is evolving into this. It's sad. It really is. I don't know what else to say to it. Even that statement alone. He he said in the very same. One hundred percent true pretended like words later. He said, I'm not sure if it's true. Said there's people that will say not that he would say. It's just said, I mean, it's not only is it. So completely wrong in our space. But it's just sad to see what he's done with his life, and how desperately he's trying to make sense of it. How important is it that you will do? Well. Unbelievably important that's such a critical especially in this community. You think about it? I mean, it's the anchor. It's the cultural anchor of Louisville. Reliabi- make some respect to differ, but I would suggest I would ask them to come up with something that is more. So your educational culturally athletically, it's just it truly is the anchor of the community and its success has been a wonderful part of the growth of its chameleon. Everyone's here for a little over twenty years to watch this thing unfold. It really has to see its growth has been phenomenal the Turkey, burgers, no party who could lay more quieter. Portions of Karnik rise in the community was it was largely a well known university, and you can had its moments. Remember hundred any chrome, obviously has had its moments took it to the highest levels in particular of the of athletic competition, but it really wasn't such an iconic part of the community actually the last twenty years, and there's a number of people who share responsibility to who murdered gone. Jim Ramsey as the president, and Tom rich as athletic director to those made for nominal changes really helped to propel it forward along the way. Came. Apart in the more recent years around the edges tavern, you work that those guys unbelievable. Governor again back to your quote in your question. Yeah. It's just sad. Because here's a guy who also excelled at many levels fault that UK. Not so much a little bit sad chapter there. The Celtics general guy who's been up and down and hosting. Yup. Now, just sounds like a desperate angry bitter person who wants to blame everywhere but at him. That is. Frankly so much of it belongs. Unfortunately, our time is limited this morning. I want to talk about the economy. I you just got back from China. There's been a couple of studies recently say Kentucky's economy is struggling do you agree with that? Because I see some numbers that show that there's quite a bit of growth here. I mean, these are probably articles in the courier journal. It's a it's no it's quite the opposite. That one hundred twenty minutes slower than it's ever been. We have more people than we ever have. We have a greater percentage of our population than we ever have. We record levels of capital being invested. We have record levels of jobs new jobs being created net. New jobs. So no, I don't know where what would be perhaps wish that we would poorly. But doing very well. What did you say? What did you accomplish in China? I'm sorry. What did you accomplish in China and the trip I did not go to China? This trip was in Japan Japan. Okay. Sorry. I was in Japan and Korea on my most recent trip and had meetings with a number of governors of other prefectures, which are like stage this forty seven prefectures in Japan and met with a number of them, a number of major companies talking about why Kentucky as an alternative to for expansion is people come outside of Japan, the US met with prime minister of Japan than I spent a lot of time in Korea met with about eighty five senior executives Joe's of companies, then her at the embassy again talking about why Kentucky. Including some that are looking at much as three billion dollars for their investment. So in Houston knows these are all you know, you go out you work in an amazing amount of this comes just yesterday met with the CTO accompany a US company that I'm hoping in the next days. We'll be able to announce is going to be investing another as much as one point two billion dollars in Kentucky, so strong things are going very very well because we're out there hustling, well governor, it's good to talk to you. Thanks for. Thanks for your time this morning. You're welcome. All right. Still to come. We're going to talk with Senator rand Paul at eleven o five. We had the third toddler that has been killed by getting his hands on a gun in Kentucky in the last. Couple of months there's been to just in the last week or so we're gonna talk to someone from the Commonwealth attorney here in Louisville. What are the rules for prosecuting apparent who leaves her gun out work? It can get a hold of it loaded. I mean, that's I think that's a serious question. You have I was raised. Obviously, I'm to the right of the NRA when it comes to gun rights. I don't necessarily think we need more laws, but I was raised that you're responsible for your firearm, and you responsible what happens with it. And if you leave your firearm out and loaded where a toddler could get ahold of it and that toddler kills themselves. You are responsible for what happened. I believe that one hundred percent. That's what gun safety firearm safety is all about. So we'll talk about that. And coming up at ten thirty five. My buddy Cameron mill speaking of UK and the ninety eight championship my buddy camera mills, and I are working on a project, and we had an opportunity to have a conversation along in depth conversation with Chris Parrado, otherwise known as tanto one of the survivors of the Benghazi terror attack. And he he told the story he told the story that often is not told and the story is fascinating. And I'll share with you a little bit more. But we're going to play an excerpt from the conversation that we had and he's telling the story of the attack on it's not really an embassy, but the compound in Benghazi, and he talks about kind of what it's like to be in that situation combat. It's a fascinating discussion. And I'm gonna play an excerpt for you coming up at ten thirty five and I thought in light of the new Nike campaign about standing up for. Something even if it means sacrificing everything when you have a guy who's standing up was kneeling who was raised privileged. And who doesn't recognize that he was insulting? Not necessarily the police officers. He intended to support, but our military men and women who have fought for our freedom. And Chris does a guy who knows sacrificed because he lost some of his buddies in defying orders to try to save an American ambassador who lost his life. So this is a fascinating conversation. I thought juxtaposed against that whole discussion of sacrifice we would hear from Chris parental. So we'll do that coming up as well. Newsradio eight forty s so if governor Bevin has some Japanese emissaries are folks of industry in town. I would suggest lots of pasta for lunch. You can have a little bit of something for everyone in metro have L soup. But they have even if Japanese folks, I don't even know that but at lots of pasta, it changes every day that is a possibility a Vichy swabs in there once the Hecker Vichy swat last time we were in there..

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"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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03:33 min | 2 years ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Sad truth but it's the truth you bring up, a good point? In the old. Days neca, and Because they're scared of tiger coming at them yeah When you. Go to one of these, tournaments school, boards everywhere so even though the. Guys you know they don't have the, cell phone you're not keeping track while do days but they they're watching the scoreboards and they see the big pictures and they can. Hear the tiger, award which has been incredible today and these guys they just don't. Think he's going to be able, to do, it and the cool thing is look. I mean we'll. Get thumbs up to the crap look at that that is a tiger because of that, guy because of that guy right in every guy the big check that's going to, be cached by the top three or four today. They need. To walk by shake. Hands with that thank you thank you for this check this enormous because of. You. In the last twenty years of this. Game okay there's KEPCO who just chipped on seventeen so he's. Got Well that that's yeah he's got he's got yeah he's got it he's not gonna he's, not gonna go back no I'm not I'm not too bad sees a floor say, Seminole I can be happy with that I've got. The all. Time steals in a. Season list here I'm looking for Cameron mills on this list is it on. Is. It is on this list I. Got. Two or three I know you're getting. Ready to your show yes so you're going to be like, the, post post game show tonight's game show. Yeah yeah so we're gonna talk. Start, off talking. About the championship went on is all good UK fans would would want this. Is where I'm bad at radio because I wasn't excited about this week. This week was. Fun but I don't think. We played, very good teams and it's August now, that doesn't mean I don't think sit there and think wow maybe maybe something. Really special this year we've got an. Awful seven months yeah seven months I these guys do? Is come, from Bahamas take one. Or two days off. Go, back in the Joe craft cave and stay there for seven months don't. Come out don't talk to the media don't tell. You know the cow do the talking just, stay in. There and. Get, better and get. Angry chips on. Your shoulders and let's do. Some, special this. Year so where can. People here your, show coming up at oh gosh you gonna. Throw stations there's ten of them well here at six thirty. WLS sitting in your chair here in a. Moment actually the best go to wwl AP dot? Com there live on iheart Iheartradio yes but there. Are plenty of other Stations around the state I get ten other affiliates right. Now. In the state we're working on more awesome so tune into the Cameron meals show. Coming up coming at seven and. Nine tonight seven to nine tonight, on iheart you're listening right. Now, on iheart just keep it there Yeah She thinks if the w. l. a. p. affiliate certainly will break down Brooks kept Nicole who just missed that, putt, well but that was a birdie, putt I. Think and so he's. Par Oh, I, thought that was a partner is, I think. This is a part I don't have headset on I'm sure Tim's telling you yeah okay I'm pretty sure. He hadn't one. Yeah he, can he can miss this, little any he didn't could. I. Mean Only on what is, possible we've seen happening just a PGA professional we've already got, two two. Majors to, his. Record on. Camera meals, show. Coming up in about fifteen minutes here on this year radio station thank you ready appreciate it all right. Thanks. Everybody called in our thanks to Tim and. State who anchored everything back here at the station for you folks listening in, the eastern. Kentucky Preston's Berg area we're coming on Tuesday ks ours coming to Preston's. Berg on Tuesday stone crafts golf club it's. The show we had scheduled couple weeks ago and it got cancelled we're coming back on. Tuesday to Preston's Berg we love Preston's Berg. The black cats and then. On Wednesday weren't Campbell's. Ville at mister Gatti's ks are back to normal. Tomorrow morning this has been the. Case, our post. Game show.

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"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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08:35 min | 2 years ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"W. h.. A. AS an, iheartradio station As Iran Jenn it's ginger ale nah Yeah Gin? Gin There's no, Jan Jan. No Jin, gin, Sherry Preston ABC news on the line. With. Us now, apparently Julie Fletcher Bulevar of New York is suing the makers, of Canada Dry ginger ale saying there's not enough juice in that Jin that it actually contains only a very tiny amount of real, ginger Canada, dot dries. Ginger flavor extract is. Not real ginger. Is reasonable consumers understand that term says the class. Action lawsuit it is manufacturing the lab using various chemicals and extraction processes, said Fletcher how figure? This out You know what those Canadians trying, to take us for a ride again Sherry Preston on the line what up Sherri hey guys how're you doing we're good you know, all of, this is. Avoided if the rest. Of the world. Would become privy to the best ginger ale in. The history of ginger ale made right here in the good old blue, grass state of Kentucky L. eight? One I've heard of that are? You gonna send? Me some of that it sounds sounds great I love, like a good real ginger. Ale okay six, pack, a, six pack of? That and. Our nomination, for a Kentucky Colonel is. Headed your way that's that's what we're gonna do we're gonna send you a six here's my my year how do we make twenty eighteen complete how do you deal with caffeine What do. You. Mean how do you process it. I mean you you. Get up on tables and jump around? Or like what no no no Well you know I don't know about you guys, but I wake. Up at? Two in. The morning I'm just warning you that l. a. one caffeine is at like overdose levels. For most. People so that's good it, ready I would I drink, this with your toast before you head in. For. The morning, shift on, ABC that's. Great. 'cause, sometimes in the afternoon if. You skip your, nap, you really need a little jolt like? That right you going you know right evening yeah oh it'll give? You, a jolt I'm, just saying okay so what is the deal, this really how'd. She figure out that they. Didn't have much ginger in. This well she suddenly she she looked at the ingredients and she said wait a minute there's no ginger in this she, a couple, of others she went to. An independent research firm and they looked, it up and found that there, was just just tiny teensy it's you know. Miniscule amounts if at? All and so she said? That you, know because the ginger ale does these these commercials is real ginger? Real, taste, commercials Especially for? Ginger, ale jeopar- candidate, dry they show the guy pulling up the, ginger root many. Realizes can of soda instead. Of the actual plant and. She said well ginger root is supposed to be good for your stomach that's what they doctors recommend for you and I've, been buying, it all these years and. There's no ginger in it, so she's, filing the lawsuit and there's also, a lawsuit in California and also one in The other ones Massachusetts. And there was one in Missouri but that one. Got dropped and what they found with, that one was that the company made by Dr Pepper so Dr Pepper was going to. Argue it by saying you know it has ginger in the actual flavoring is what. Has made with real ginger and it was saying that you know. You, guys checking it out through some independent laboratory can can never find a, way to do that, we're gonna fight. You on that all the way now that case. Never went to trial but this one she says she, is suing and, she, wants to make a class action so everybody else who. Feels cheated by their ginger ale could. Join on as well so this person just has way too much time on. Their hands now I'm not, saying that I'm not saying that one way or the other I'm saying that you. Know she she's she's claiming that she bought this because you know when her kids were sick she was told for years at the ginger. Root would actually sued their stomach aches that's true. If she actually got ginger root you're, an idiot if you think that a soda pop bought and mass quantities at grocery stores. Is going to be full of actual ginger root I mean I mean and you. Can go to go to like a health food store and you'll. Find real ginger ale right exactly kind of tastes nasty to by the way Good good And the and. The like but if but if you do go to a doctor and you, are sick did you ever do you ever have you or anybody get told to go on the? Brat. Diet brat I don't know what. That is the brat diet is what you're supposed. To do if, you're sick brat stands, for, bananas rice, apple sauce. And toast those are the things you can eat that are soft for your tummy when. You're, sick And and the doctors will also say along. As. Always I was always seven, up seven, up was what I was always the, same kind of thing I mean really it's just because the ginger, ale was called that I mean do you really think they have real ginger, in it apparently she thought it did my parents always said that it was the seven up it? Was. The carbonated water that made it. That made your stomach better not the because it. Gave you the, burpee she's well exactly, and, then you, had the. You know in that now people just drink seltzer which when you're in your second one I want some sweet soda Could've got some ginger root and put, that in some seltzer water and. She, would real, ginger ale well and, that's and, she says that you know she says that since. The this is interesting too she says it since the. Commercials featuring Jack's ginger farm you ever seen these. Ads in two thousand eleven that's. The guy with the route and he says that the sales increased about eight percent of the company since then when they started talking about it being real, ginger in the ginger ale and. And that's what she says the crux of her her issue. Is about all right question do you want you, want the regular ginger ale or do you want the the new first time they've introduced a flavor, since the beginning, of ale. Eight one nineteen twenty six the new cherry and it's sweetened with. Real cherry and cane sugar I think I should go with the original, I mean I would like to. Try the new kind but it would be sort of like. Trying something new before I even senior what if, I send you a mix pack that maybe one or two again yeah that'd be the best you, know l. a., one is. Supposed to be a late one so for you in early one When. You get up so all right I'm going, to have it we're put it. In put it in the fridge here take care of you on Fridays at ABC when it's full of all kinds of. Gross. Steph, cure doesn't get thrown out Yup well that this lady had found Elliott. One before she went to the lawyers she, would have been a much happier person although her kids would be running around. Going crazy, because. Of all the caffeine thank you Sherry we appreciate it as always try guys looking forward to my my. In ginger ale from Kentucky. Surreal. Stuff we'll, get, it up wine okay, you Sherry Preston ABC when we continue I just figured out why the by the brat diet never worked for me why I. Always. Ate bratwurst This is not helping not helping my stomach a sausage Who can I sue You're you're mammo Because that's the funny thing about that stupid lawsuit, is, she's like well everybody, always told. Me I don't I've never had a. Doctor prescribed ginger, so I mean I always drink seven up. As a kid it always tasted good. In my stomach I always assume that when I'm buying a, mass produced product everything in, it is fake which is why typically don't. Drink, them anyway But fake juice yeah I mean. Have you ever you go to the. Juice out the. Grocery store and you look? At it and you're actually like oh it's? Juice flavor contains no juice contains three percent juice and you're. Like oh I thought that. Cranberry juice was. Making me better no it's just Kool-Aid man sorry to break it to you I gotta figure out. Where do. We get this new cherry thing Cameron mills yesterday posted a Twitter picture he had it where did, he get it is it already in like the convenience stores because if it is I'm I'm not sure it's widely distributed maybe it's test market stuff I don't know I'm going to text him and find out how he. Got ahold of it because, it, looks amazing all right, when we. Continue spycraft at l. m. PD something. They recovered years, ago during a search warrant reveals it looks. Like this thing looks like something out. Of a get smart episode LAPD officer Lamont Washington standing by, with more on this and, other things involving local law enforcement next NewsRadio Away? Forty.

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03:48 min | 2 years ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Bouncing on came on We got super Dave Jennings and Cameron mills. Is here. As well all right we. Extended. The twisted view again we, almost never do this but the last two weeks we've done it. A couple of times I wanted to get. Into. This story here this I thought this was interesting because, there's a lot of I guess you would categorize this is like a form of social Justice when there's like, shaming of people right where they do something that at least a section of society thinks that should have been wrong to do and they, do it and we we get it, out there and we we shame. Them, into being sorry well there was a restaurant in Texas called our place, little, town called Mansfield, Texas and this restaurant like a lot of other restaurants with having problems with people. Doing the dining dash they come. In and take off they. Don't pay or, they in one case there was a video particular of. Along a young, girl they family cycles and there's sometimes a waiter or waitress will leave the tip. On the table seat you take the. Tips still sitting there a five dollar Bill sitting, on the table, girl picks it up shows, it, to, her. Parents blah blah blah then stuff Senator Doc, in her parents are all, hey, good, job. Good right okay Which brings us to what happened here. Okay so this restaurant they got tired of having these things happen. People. Picking up tips and stuff so they put security cameras in okay and then, whenever somebody dying and, dashes or in the case of this family with this little girl they post. A video on social media and the restaurant does now the family what they have found is about ninety percent of the people who dine and dash. Or take tips come back after the videos posted and pay up. And then what they do is they just take the video. Down it's it's over when they come back and they pay up so. What I thought was interesting, about, this is today's online shaming world we shame people for like oh you said something that was politically incorrect or. You did something like this on all sides of the political spectrum whoever that pastor was the got mad at Starbucks because, they took the Christmas trees off the Christmas. Cuffs couple years, ago, and he. This, viral. Video Oh, my God there's no Christmas Dude seriously stop it. So I kinda hate, online shaming but in this case I like this because this this pulls people in. And make some first of. All I. Don't think there's any you can't there's there's a, sense, of on some? Way of okay is? This wrong is this right in there's no way anyone's gonna say it's. Okay to steal from a restaurant there's no way, it's. Okay, to steal, someone step right oh number one we all will agree that this is something that shouldn't be happening and there. Is a way to fix it and I just look if accountability that that's all, this is if you know characters what characters who we are when no, one's looking that, the best of if that's okay that's one thing we all, should strive to be that, way but. I know I fail, I know but in the sense if I know I've done something because most of, the time I've done this twice not walk out of a restaurant. Without, paying dying to dash, twice, no I. Walked out mills dining hang on now. Let's get this. Straight here facts Doc lifted twice you. Shoplifting A shoplifter Shaming you count ability I understand the problem if, I finished my, story I think I I have rectified this situation on my. Own. Before you start okay I. Didn't think steals rear I didn't. Think steals rare. Thing play defense Anyway So I walked at what both over like little convenience. Stores and the other guy was like recently like no more than two months. Ago and I walked, in I just grabbed some and I just walked out Walkout but I immediately. Realized what because I'm walking to one time I was? Walking way, from Kroger basically and I've just got a big, court? Of limited in, my hand there's. No, bag as..

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01:56 min | 2 years ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WGTK

"I talked with wayne turner who had been on mobile staff up until this year obviously now with chris mack he's no longer on the whole staff and he was kind of talking about how he's on the hunt for another coaching job he really loves it and he's hoping to land on his feet steve my yellow i talked to cameron mills i mean there were so many people there and there are thousands of fans so that was a cool experience yeah it's really cool i know those guys i mean they talk all the time like they mentioned there on the tech saying you know those guys keep up on actually be together you know unsure that was such a fun time for those guys this weekend i'm sure it was it had to be really cool yeah for sure now going back to the spring game for kentucky you you mentioned you know terry wilson sort of you know he he showed it flashes you know coach dukes he's like no we're not we're going to have all summer to make that decision could even you know eventually play both of those guys do you think ultimately it will be terry wilson i first game season if i had to guess right now like right the second i would say yes but there's just really no no no i haven't been so much of my life like analyzing the kentucky quarterback position when it was jalen whitlow patrick tolls or morgan newton and then it was even jealous and then governor hogan i mean there's there's no way to really know but i think that terry wilson will be the starter in the first game to be positive staying on the offense being a rosy merge there obviously any snow that'd be nice if he had a little bit of health and sinonov aj was able to do over one hundred thirty four yards up feeding yeah emergency we're talking when he came in but them and then he came in together and people thought that it was gonna be aj rose who kind of emerged that guy his freshman year and he ended up richard yeah i would love to see kentucky have.

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

"cameron mills" Discussed on WGTK

"I talked with wayne turner who had been on mobile staff up until this here obviously now with chris mack he's no honor on level staff and he was kind of talking about how he's on the hunt for another coaching job he really loves it and he's hoping to land on his feet steve my yellow i talked to cameron mills i mean there were so many people there and there are thousands of fans so that was a cool experience that's really cool i know those guys i mean they talk all the time like they mentioned on tech saying you know those guys keep up all the time and actually be together you know unsure that was such a fun time for those guys this weekend sure it was it had to be really cool for sure you you mentioned you know terry wilson sort of you know he he showed his flashes you know coach dukes he's like no we're not we're going to have all summer to make that decision could even you know essentially play both of those guys you think ultimately it will be terry wilson come that i first game of season if i had to guess right now like right the second i would say yes but there's really no no no i haven't been much of my life like analyzing the kentucky quarterback position when it was jalen whitlow or patrick tolls or morgan newton even jonathan and then governor hogan mean there's there's no way to really know but i think that terry wilson will be the starter in the first game yeah had to be positive stick on offense being aj rosie merge there obviously any snow that'd be nice if you had a little bit of health and cnn no at aj was able to do over one hundred and thirty four yards up a vegan yeah emerge when he came in but then he came in together and people thought that it was going to be aj rose kind of emerged that that guy his freshman year and he ended up richard yeah i would love to see kentucky have a two headed monster in the backfield at running back i think that would be great for their offense especially with the inconsistencies they've had it receiver in the past which you hope to see that improve as well but in the event that it doesn't it.

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