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Bill Cunningham 8/24/20

Bill Cunningham

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Bill Cunningham 8/24/20

"Has I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the eye center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for Lazic over the past thirty years. The center is helped tens of thousands of people realize the Freedom Lacy Bites now is the time for twenty percents off for a limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you schedule within thirty days, register for your savings and schedule your free consultation. Now, at the center dot com, some restrictions apply portions of the following program where prerecorded. Billy Cunningham the great American welcome this Monday afternoon trouble in River City on many fronts including the reds and the Bengals FC, whatever it might be now some Mo- eggers good friends in the Republican caucus in the House representatives in Columbus one impeach Mike Dewine Impeach Mike DeWine coming up after about my great interview with Mo Mo first of all, welcome this Monday afternoon to the Bill Cunningham show. Willy how you doing I'm in chaos I'm term. We don't have enough. and. This is your week. It's this man convention. Sure Week man you've been waiting years for this. This is it's the coronation of Donald J trump. It will love a tape walk on water is going to cure the sick and give sight to the blind is this week, and now we got another Maceio first of all within your Bailiwick. If somebody would have said to you the trading deadline I guess is Monday a week for now. Is that correct? Correct, yeah. Well, the roads be buyers or sellers at this point. Why are we saying this Mo-? Why are we saying you know? The season started a month ago today, and if you remember, they won that night convincingly over the Detroit Tigers and it was we were calling it like Assad from the obvious not being able to actually go to the game. One of the best opening days the reds have ever had this great debut by Mike Stock Sonny. Gray was was lights out that night the. Fact that a month later that that is a fair and legitimate question and it is by the way, a legitimate question is not something that I would have entertained. This has been a truly unenjoyable experience over the last month on field off field. They've had a covid nineteen interruption, the Tom Brennan situation, and then a really string of uninspiring frankly boring games the reds. Have played this offense has often been punchless it was for the most part this weekend in Saint Louis the new acquisitions you know Nick Cassidy honest got off to a great start and the numbers are still more than respectable but he is certainly leveled off over the last couple of weeks new acquisitions have not added up to a team that really feels any differently. than any of the previous six and a month into the season with a little bit more than a month to go willy. This team is the third worst winning percentage in the National League This has been truly they have time. They've got to do some stuff they need individual improvement but this month I'm hard pressed to find anything that I would call fun. Enjoy. Past opening day that was my speech was ready. I. Was cut coordinates interrupt US I was ready to go and I thought okay. This team is built to win friends of mine. Not. Yours put up thousand dollars each on the over under being I think it was thirty and a half for thirty one wins. I do not one and a half thirty I did not get in because I'm thinking well, I've been disappointed so many times. I want to sit back and enjoy the ride and watch my buddies win money guess what the odds them getting like thirty two wins is almost non-existent. How's it possible? What the starting pitching being so good that the reds are so bad. Well. You you go back to the over under as as somebody who every single year bets on the reds. Isn't hit since two thousand, twelve. I did the same thing they've got to go twenty, one, thirteen the rest of the way just to get to thirty, two, twenty, eight. Now I think if they get there, they're going to be a playoff team. Obviously, the reds do have the soft landing of of an eight team nationally playoff but. The answer to that question is sort of multidimensional. I'll focus on the offense eight times this season, the reds have scored two runs or fewer eight times in twenty six games. Yes. They've had bullpen issues. Yes. They've had injury issues to the starting rotation but but that to me speaks to the eleven and fifteen record more than anything, they've lost all of those games. So when they've scored three or more runs, this team is simple. Math tells me eleven seven. Well, that's pretty good. You went eleven out of every eighteen games. You'RE GONNA win the division pretty convincingly. That's been it for me on a on a collective level on an individual level aside from Jesse winker and to a to a degree. Castanos find me somebody having a good season. Joey votto numbers are worse than they were last year, which was the worst season of his career to date Mike Moussaka says numbers leave a lot to be desired Freddie. Galvez we went rider die with Freddie Galvez at shortstop who basically is that art? Guess what Freddie Galvez has provided some poppy does have five homers but Freddie Galveston Zachos Art, he's not that good. Defensively, a you heinous whereas coming off a forty nine home run season has a batting average of one, forty nine Shogo Akiyama was supposed to fix this team's. Inability to have guys get on base Shogo ocoee on base percentages three, zero seven they are a startlingly one dimensional team their third in the National League in home runs hit yet eleventh and runs. They cannot score the ball's not going over the outfield fence and I don't see that changing anytime soon and we have it. So here's the big question mallets bit early in the interview. The big question is this are the reds, buyers or sellers if somebody would have said to you a month ago the reds are like. One of the worst teams in the National League, you wouldn't have believed that we we always sing the praises Elise Casteel he's zero three with a four, forty, four era, which is Midland at best and of course, Trevor Bowers all, Star Quality Sunny grades unbelievable. But then you got three other starters coming and I'm saying the reg can hit when the reds get behind. I assume they're going to lose when the reds get up I wait for you to come in to blow it and so are the reds, buyers or sellers. I think the Trevor Bauer question is fascinating. You know you mentioned the week Casteel. Louise Casteel was under team control he has been average since not just the beginning of this season he's been averaged since the all-star break last year sunny gray is under team control for two more years. Trevor. Bauer is fascinating for a couple of different reasons. Number One. He's right now the best pitcher in baseball an era of sixty eight he has been dominant number two he has no contract for two, thousand and twenty. One. His deal before the shutdown for this season was one year at at slightly over seventeen million dollars. I. Listen To. Bob. Castellini on your show on opening day. Talk about how much money the reds we're. GonNa lose the Reggie probably GONNA lose somewhere in the neighborhood of thirty to thirty to fifty million dollars this season because they can't sell a ticket. So after offseason the which. They spent one hundred, sixty mill. Are they going to be able to pony up the kind of cash to keep Trevor Bauer if the answer is no. Then you go to the third factor, which is the number of starting pitchers around Major League Baseball on contending teams that have gotten injured trevor. Bauer would be an exceptionally exceptionally valuable commodity on the open market exceptionally valuable commodity. Open market. Now, the trade deadline's a week away the reds are certainly not out of the postseason hunt. There's a general Malays in the entire National League, if the reds could win three out of four, this weekend Milwaukee boom right back into it but I think if you're Dick Williams, you've gotta consider all those factors and at least listen I know how that's GonNa come across I know how it's going to come across that in this season of being all in. Five weeks after opening day, we're going to trade the best pitcher on the staff but are the reds GonNa Sign Trevor. Bauer. If the answer is yes. Awesome. Awesome. If the answer is no is currently constructed is this team going to win the world series if the answer to that question is no that I at least think you have to entertain the idea of the moving on from him nothing against him I'd love to have them I would love to have Trevor Bauer next year. But if you're not GonNa win with him and you're not gonna be able to afford to keep them And I don't know that they will or won't. But if they if they decide, we can't afford to keep him home my God what you could maybe get in return for Trevor Bauer. It's staggering to think about and the other issue from an ownership perspective assuming the numbers fifty million, which is a low number. I've seen ESPN reports that each team may lose north of one, hundred million dollars, which means that the capital call happens to the owners and the owners hit their pockets and pay out the money as when that happens. Now, you got real issues and then you got march or April. Of next year coming. What's that season going to look like nobody knows what I don't know we're going to have a cure a vaccine or we're GONNA. Have Therapeutics. I don't know people going to be willing to go sit next to each other when his eighty nine degrees on a sunny Saturday afternoon in right field and large numbers I don't think so so it's a consequence. They might say you know what? It's an art and it's a business is time to run this thing like a business and in a sense I feel sorry for Bob Castellini in a sense, this guy really wants. To Win Phil, Castellini really wants to win to go fifteen years with three winning seasons and no playoff wins as far as winning and series is about the worst record of ownership of the reds and the history of the ballclub going back to eighteen sixty nine. There's never been a fifteen year stretch when the reds have only had three winning seasons and never a fifteen or twenty or stretch they've not at least going to the world series, and so we're in the middle of the greatest owner, the most caring the best facility, the best marketing the they do wrong is between the white lines. Well to a degree. To the extent that I could feel bad for a person of Bob Castellinis worth I do feel bad because they opened up the pocket book this off season they spend one hundred, sixty, million dollars just on outside acquisitions. The Front office I think did a pretty good job of building a core. They shrewdly acquired sunny gray and signed them to an affordable contract. They shrewdly acquired Luiz Castio who they're not paying all that much to they shrewdly acquired you heinous Lorez and signed him to a deal that made a whole lot of economic sense and because of all of that and say what you want about the Joey votto deal they at least did commit twenty, five, million dollars to a player has been one of the best in the history of the franchise. But with this core in place they decided to go for it and they. Could not have picked a worse year to spend that kind of money on outside talent when you can't sell a ticket that's not their fault. That's not their fault at all but you do wonder let's say in twenty, twenty, one you and I are allowed to buy a ticket to go to great. American ballpark I will. You won't because you never go. But let's say we're allowed to go to great American ballpark. How many fans by the way? This is a franchise who just two years ago reached a thirty four year low and attendance some. Huge. Expectations not met maybe they can't bring back trevor. Bauer were allowed to go to games next year. How many fans are going to say yeah, I bought in last year. You let me down again pulled the rug out from underneath me guess what I'm not going to do. I'M NOT GONNA go to great American ballpark now already dire financial situation beyond the reds control suddenly becomes even worse because their attendance takes a hit in two thousand, twenty one because they didn't win in two, thousand, twenty, I think that's a legitimate concern and I do feel bad for for Bob in that regard because this was the. Year look they spent that money thinking a, we'd win be we'd make it up at the box office will not only can they not make it up at the box office? They're taking a huge hit and that on top of losing really makes me wonder about the twenty twenty one and beyond forecast for this team what are you do? Joey votto twenty, five, million dollar sign for the next four years what do you do joey and still owed about one hundred million dollars is sitting to Oh, seven I don't know how many leadoff hitters in baseball are hitting two seven and that damned chop is back the. I'm watching yesterday like chop the ball like the right field what the hell is what the chop can you explain to me the? Chop. I can't I can't. Here's what I can tell you Joey votto was under contract for three more years. He has full no trade protection. So you need his permission to trade him and he's owed over the next three years twenty, five, million dollars per season a by outright at the end. There's a team option for two, thousand, twenty, four, which as of right now, it's hard to imagine the reds sizing, and by the way he is a couple of weeks away from turning thirty seven years old. He had his worst season ever last year and his numbers this season Pale in comparison to what they were last year. So it begs a couple of different questions. When do you get to a point? Joey Vodka was no longer regular player and I know there's a lot of people who don't want to entertain that. But if Joey Votto wasn't making twenty, five million dollars, he'd be starting on this thing. No, not even the answer is no. No. If I said you here's your first basement slash leadoff hitter here his numbers and I didn't attach his name to and you didn't know how much money he's making. You would say there's no way that guy's should start. So are we getting to the point where the only reason why he's in the starting lineup? Is that because of his money? Yes. That's not a very effective way to to write down starting lineup every single day. So I think you have to have some conversations I'm sure the reds are having these internally. What are we doing when Joey votto was? No longer the player he once was in the further we get removed from his last really good season two, thousand, seventeen, the more you can say with certainty that he's no longer the player he wants wasn't, and the other part of this is, how do we figure out a way to build a team around a guy who's making twenty five million dollars who's not the player that he wants was and maybe doesn't. Even play every single day. I. Really. This is this is the part where the bill comes. Due this is the part where in two thousand twelve nobody wanted to talk about the idea was to win while Joey Vodkas in his prime so that you don't mind paying a player who helped you win when he's past his prime well, they didn't win Joey votto in his prime. He is not getting any better as a player. He is only getting older in the price tag is not going down it is conundrum number one for this franchise, and then you add to it everything we just talked about with where they are physically fiscally. It's bad and I'm not end the books but I know every year they run the franchise to hopefully break even then have a pot of gold when they sell at the end, the franchise is probably still worth about a billion dollars but in this market God knows what it's worth starting to season. and Suarez or perceived as the two best offensive threats for the reds at least perception bottles hitting two. Oh, seven Suarez is anyone forty nine. I would say that's the more of the reason why they're doing it plus iggy generally stinks there's not a relief pitcher in the history of the reds that go one season, three wins and twelve losses as a closer, which is almost impossible and this series one and two is closer. That's almost impossible. The bengals hope lies ahead. How bad or how good would joey will burrow I look at it this why see this report out of Pittsburgh Ben Rothlisberger looks impregnable. All the players that tight ends everybody as Ben is is going to be. Baltimore you got. Pittsburgh picked to win at all. You Got Cleveland and here comes the Bengals with a brand new quarterback has never played a down in the NFL. I couldn't be more excited about Joe Borough and and the thing for me I take my cue from him. Look he's a rookie rookie quarterback struggle it's going to happen. and. There's IT's fair to wonder about what the impact of not having preseason games is going to be in week one but he had a quote last week that I think kind of illustrates why. So many of us are excited excuse me Willie. So many of us are excited about this guy in that we we love the tangible. We love the arm, we love the ball placement, the accuracy, all that stuff. This kid has a confidence. He said last week in response to a question about being nervous. Week one he goes you guys think I get nervous about anything and I'm paraphrasing here I there there's an intangible to this guy that buy into and that doesn't mean he's not GonNa Struggle Rookie quarterback's inherently struggle. I go back to Carson Palmer's first year as a starting quarterback. He was great by the end of the year, but he struggled early and he had the benefit of two preseason before he ever took a snap and a real NFL game Joe will struggle but but I but I don't think He's GonNa make you I don't think he's GonNa play to the level that you you think, oh, the bengals screwed up by taking this guy or you know what? This guy's not as good as we thought, I, am very, very optimistic for the Bengals long term and short ish term with job rural at quarterback to me the big question is what kind of Coaches Act Taylor we don't know I don't know and he is he is on the clock he's not going to be given I don't think years. And years and years and hours to show that he can get the job done. The idea is to win while Joe Borough is under a rookie contract and hired Zach. Taylor with the belief that he was the guy to usher in the next quarterback. The next quarterback is here. If Zach Taylor can't get it done within the next year or two Joe Borough should have different head coach. I asked you about a week or two ago who would get hurt first AJ green or Nixon sell it appears both. I. Don't know I don't know what humble is more fragile. Aj Green had one practice and has gone I. Don't know if he's GonNa play again I hope he does Knicks Ends L. I think we know what happened with him but nonetheless he he's gone for the next I don't know the week or two. Who will play I? Nick. Sends L. we'll go the opposite way Nixon's L. AJ J. Green. Well. Aj's not scheduled to play in a game until September the thirteenth I'm still. I'm I I was. Taylor Tobin Mike Brown I would tell Aj Green. We will see you September thirteenth. About practicing ready don't say about just we'll see we'll see on the thirteenth Zell. Hopefully, he's doing okay. When he comes back this, this club needs to be open him playing the infield because a you're not getting any production from third base be the insistence on not using cell at second base when Newstalk was hurt meant that we got a lot of Christian colonial Josh van meter, they need to be open a sense L. playing the infield which would open up an. Outfield, spot or a D.. H.. Position and maybe that would give aristidies Aquino chance to make the roster again and get them out bats and perhaps catch lightning in a bottle after what he did last last. Thank you. I've seen enough of an meet the guy belongs in Mason. In fact, he might belong in Silverton I I don't know where nail how that guy's a major league baseball player I'll never know but mo thank you for your analysis we'll see what happens. All Right Willie thanks, God bless America, let's continue with more your reaction seven, four, nine, seven, thousand plus an effort by Republicans to Impeach Governor Mike Dewine next at your home of the reds and Bengals. newsradio seven hundred. WLIW. The Great American what consequential Monday afternoon to try stand looking to my left trump speaks after being formally nominated for a second term normally, the nominee waits until Thursday night like Joe Biden. Are Present is out there Monday, Tuesday Wednesday Thursday he doesn't stop. Now we got the issue of the reds. Head such hope and such love and such inspiration none of which has come to fruition. The last time we were really excited about the reds or twenty ten you know what happened then twenty twelve, the highlight of this era of the reds baseball. Then that's down the tubes, the bengals stunt for a long time, and here we sit. So I'm working this morning by a lot of texts from individuals around the state saying they want to. Impeach Governor Mike Dewine over the covert nineteen response. I'm thinking is this a joke is is is, is this something that is transpiring and the far right wing circles of the Republican Party, and so we put a call in and representative John Becker of Clermont County is going to be here to five today John Becker is going to be here and the headline in the Inquirer is conservative lawmakers want to impeach Governor Mike Dewine over Covert Nineteen Response I'm willing to entertain many issues. But in a time of total chaos, this may not be the right Thanh headline is discontent brewing since two wine ordered the polls closing. March. Came to a head Monday morning this morning several gop lawmakers drafted because I, don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the eye center. We've heard it all. All the reasons why it's time for lacing over the past thirty years, the ice center is helped tens of thousands of people realize the freedom lacy provides now is the time for twenty percents off for a limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you schedule within thirty days, register for your savings and schedule your free consultation. Now at the ice enter dot com, some restrictions apply. Hotel is not the same thing out at the Fisher House the Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just. Having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help go to fisherhouse dot org articles of impeachment against wine? Who's also Republican John Becker of Union township championing the cause along with two other state representatives. I have a signed their name on this deal to try to get moving, get it happening, and so at this point, I don't know what to say other than representative candice, Keller Candice Keller of Middletown, the home of. Segment Denison and Paul zealot winger of Mason and Ninova tally of Iran. So there's at least four state representative saying you know what it is time to impeach, which is charged formerly Mike Dewine with high crimes and misdemeanors, and then pass it in the house, and then have a trial in the Senate, which would shut down the state for months on end it takes two thirds vote in the Senate actually remove Governor Mike Dewine. And do sense that we live in chaotic times. House twenty twenty looking so far how we look looking the answer would be from Marty Brennaman not good how I can't look anywhere and of course, last night there's more riots in Kenosha Wisconsin and it's all over the media about this unarmed black man who was shot seven times as he's entering his vehicle. To leave a scene of domestic violence that seemingly he was not even involved in. Nine one one call was made to women were fighting with each other I'm not sure the unarmed black men getting shot his involvement but on video he's being ordered to stop. It's in broad daylight two or three cops in Kenosha Wisconsin have their weapons out ordering him to stop. He refuses to stop walks around I, think his car opens up the car door there's been reporting. that. Children were in the car. So obviously, the police could let them just drive off with the children in the car is ignoring orders to stop any shot seven times largely in the back half in and half out of the car. So when this happened quickly, kenosha Wisconsin was largely looted by the mob. And I'm looking at this and I'm saying, do we need an impeachment trial of Governor Mike Dewine in the House of Representatives later on I'm sure Mike's going to address this tomorrow and the charges involve his response to Cova. Nineteen. And according to John Becker is going to be with us in about an hour or so quote we fired speaker Larry Householder in the public wants to wine fired as well. Is that true thing? The public wants to wind fired. Becker told the enquirer householder was removed from his leadership posts but most fellow Republicans do not support removing him from the house at this point backer alleges that Mike DeWine violate at the state of the US Constitution by meddling in presidential primary elections arbitrarily closing certain businesses and instituting a statewide mask band particularly offense related to news conference was requiring those in charge to wear masks and many ohioans find the mask man offensive degrading humiliating, insulting according to John. BEKKER's news release and I can only imagine what's going to happen next is that it'll be. Introduced a spokesman for Speaker Newt. Speaker of the House Bob Cup C. U., p. p. who was on the High Supreme Court and now speaker of the House wouldn't say whether the new leader supports the effort to impeach the wine or not. So there is some apprehension in the minds of House Speaker Bob. Cup. That might happen quote. I can tell you the speaker shares the concerns of many members of the caucus regarding dewine's overreach in particular with respect to some of the health orders had been issued and he has voiced concerns directly to the governor. And Senate President Larry Oberhof of Medina said impeachment is an issue for the Ohio House. His chamber will not spend time and energy on it and unless the house votes to impeach. Governor Mike, Dewine it takes fifty one percent. But to get your reaction, and by the way, we have four lines open. If you WANNA call now five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand or pound seven, hundred, eighty to eighteen. And the House according to most recent polling depose matter hell I don't know according to. Recent polling seventy, six percent of Republicans. Agree. With dewine. eighty-one percent of Democrats according to Quinnipiac University poll agrees with Mike DeWine overall overall seventy, five percent of a high of voters agree with Mike. One. So. This gives the Democrats. And opening to say chaos we have nothing but chaos the Republican House. Speaker Larry. Householder. Indicted by the FEDS, the House of Representatives and total rebellion ordering impeachment of popular. Governor for crimes and misdemeanors committed in office and now, and now this is a real thing that. State representative. Keller of Clermont County. We'll be with you and I about an hour talk about it's incredible. Everywhere I look I see chaos. So. Let's continue with your calls. I don't know what to say five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand. Seven hundred eighty I disagree with Governor Mike Dewan on some of his approaches haven't you is an almost untenable position. He did not know in March exactly what we had with covert nineteen was it the plague was diptheria was that the German flu was it the Spanish flu was at the Hong Kong flu was at the Asian flu what the Hell Listen. I think six months later, kind of know how to avoid it under one hundredth of one percent of ohioans under one hundredth of one percent of died of covid nineteen. Basically, no young people being affected at all and I look Miami. University is shutdown God bless Xavier Xavier is having nine classes and also in person classes you see I think is largely today's the first day but mainly things are online. I'd like to live in a time. When we have a little more peace love understanding I'd like to live in that time if possible. So let's go to the calls with with match diamonds permission. I WanNa hear from you and sometimes every now and then. I do not have my finger on the pulse of the American people generally I do. I walk among you I know you and you know me Generally I get it, but this is an a chaotic time. Not, the right time to talk about impeaching Governor Mike Dewine won his popularity is through the roof. To shut down the state of Ohio to remove the governor from office in about two years. Winds up for reelection and twenty, twenty, two about two years from now we can issue a verdict on governor, Mike DeWine Yay or nay guilty or not guilty i. kind of like it elections to decide these things. Let's have an election to say whether or not to wind has done a good job by that point. Would you agree two years from now? We're going to know exactly where we are relative to cove nineteen until then. I'm not so sure we're we're at the end I. Think we're at the end of the beginning instead of the beginning of the end I think six months of this deal here it is almost September. We have a national election coming up with the president in about what about seventy days were Kinda kinda verdict on trump's going to be issued looking to my left. He's been nominated. He's except away we go. I have no idea chaos with the reds chaos with schools chaos with parochial schools chaos in Kenosha Wisconsin riots all over the Place Cincinnati of Cincinnati had a similar incident plus story before we take a break and I want to hear from the American people and match. Diamond loves it when I talk but I want to hear from the American people more as you know I frequent everywhere all the time I love going Independence Kentucky I. Love Going to Hidden Valley in Lawrenceburg. I love going Oh tr I'll spend time in Clermont county I'd like. To go into Amish country, times I love going I, like to WanNa hides in Hamilton I go every I love this part of the country. One of the best things John Barrett said when I had him on a couple of days announcing the continuation of the Western southern W. E. B. and fireworks under the leadership of John Barrett and DJ Hodge. Now, we're going to have the fireworks a week from Sunday now no attendance and the location is not known by anyone here except a very tight state secret match diamond knows, but he won't tell anybody. No crowds can come. That there is something to be said for continuity in life. There's a pace in a rhythm that is completely screwed up. Now it doesn't exist doesn't exist everywhere. I look I. See nothing but chaos economically one third of businesses are doing great. One third of businesses are decimated. One third of businesses are doing. Okay. We have a time whether it's like twelve million unemployed Americans we have a time where the stock market looking my left again is at all time highs crudes. Next move is coming up. Here we go. We have a situation where Joe Biden does not wanNA leave his basements damnedest thing I've ever seen Joe Biden Kamala Harris, announced with David Muir. Last night ABC News they may not leave their basements. They, may not campaign at all may not go out in public. As long as he's riding high in the polls, we may have a campaign. With no campaign, it may not happen. Are you kidding me a campaign when no campaign and now we have police under salt we have individuals doing wheelies on these large tricycles I'm not sure what they called match. You know what they're called the big tricycles look like motorcycles. I think Rachel would call a throttle I'm not sure exactly what they are. Doing wheelies down vine, street in the middle of the afternoon and early evening residents tell me that all hell's breaking loose downtown because the coppers do not want to arrest anybody getting arrested for anything because the copper's don't want to deal with it. And so a story in the paper, what do we do with a with dozens and dozens of motorcycles motorcyclist on these three will vehicles and otherwise doing wheelies up and down Vine Street at seven eight o'clock in the evening and at midnight or one o'clock in the morning. Does that the broken windows theory apply to we have to crack down that but coppers do not WanNa stop. Anybody. Last night before I go to the calls. You know in my other ideation I spent time the Public Defenders Office. And Room A and the deputy building to to to central. Parkway Room A in Hamilton County. Is We're all of the first time arrest go by that I? Mean if you're arrested in Springdale Madeira Green Township, Avondale wherever you're arrested. Right after your arrest within a few hours. If you rested by five am in the morning, you appear in front of a judge to get a bond set. Is called the initial appearance bond setting hearing I spent years sitting there and they roomma- Hemmer County Justice Center, and I saw it all it seats maybe one hundred and twenty five people. With. The witnesses lawyers, it's like a cattle call every morning and there have been times I'm sure you knew. When a judge Municipal Court judge would be there till one, two, three, sometimes four PM in the afternoon starting at nine am in the morning. When you have three hundred cases, you have to quickly set a bond here what the facts are next case. About three weeks, go happen to find myself in the room him my good old stomping grounds. And I was with a family members family member family member who had a DVD and they WANNA meet a stand up for the person and on and I said, well, haven't done it in a while but done about five thousand of these in my life. So I'll go to room again my lawyer suit on my my on I wore my camel jacket which Scott Scott Sloan loves Campbell Colored Jacket by century twenty, one jacket. And I walk in about quarter nine. I'm looking around and I see four people in Roomma- oems and deputy building. Up The prosecutor talked to David would is prosecutor there and there's a barrier lorries have to go into the side, get our little card out, put it in and we walk in to the secure area. I said David I haven't been here a few years what the hell is going on. And he said we have little or no business here in the room may the arms and deputy building there might have been twenty or thirty cases instead of four hundred cases. And the reason is police are not arresting anybody the messages sent to the criminal element, you can't get arrested. You can't get shot, but you can't get arrested. Let's continue on the other side will take some calls. We have thousands on hold and doing a line of which you have called in Jerry Don Mike, Brian Dean Dean from Columbus and. If lying becomes available, which it never does five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, number one. Should Mike Dewine be impeached. According to some Republicans. Yes and he'll be with us tomorrow two o'clock Mike Dewine John Becker today at two o'clock Bill Cunningham newsradio seven hundred w auto. Because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the eye center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for lacy over the past thirty years. 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Anderson I use them for a little bit of minor pain also, GonNa Sleep at night but your CD store dot Com Anderson did a great job does a great job as does Westchester but until then let's get at it. I. Thought Today we're GonNa, talk about the reds a little bit maybe about trump got a call live from Charlotte coming up later but now the impeachment. Of Mike. Dewine. Lull, heading an elected official, a Republican deerfield township and level heading. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show how are Ya lo how you doing? I am super great. How are you well, I'm sitting here thinking this can't be true. We may disagree with the trumpster on some issues on dewine on some issues as an elected official or are you thinking about impeaching the governor? Within if I had a say in it, which is why calling you, I would have said we should have moved on this months ago. Take Away. Your your thoughts here him. But here here's the thoughts you're questioning the timing of this I. Say we're too late. I'm saying that might the wind need a lesson in state government? The legislative branch is a co equal branch of Government Mike the wind has run wild now four months under the guise of a state of emergency. It's been a hundred and what seventy days maybe since he declared a state of emergency that is not okay I am walking into. Businesses every day that won't make it I am talking to people that say, but why us they've never trace anything back to us. It's non sensical. So had Mike Dewine in March said to the legislative branch again co equal branch of government with him. If he had said, let's figure this out. Let's work together. Let's try to keep Ohio safe. Let's move our economy forward. We'd probably be in a different situation right now I applaud those state set have enough. You know what to throw this out there and say, I. I'm doing what's best for the people I'm not GonNa Watch and listen to polls polls right? We'd be talking about President Clinton again instead of president trump let ignore you know suppose popularity rate. Let's do what's right by the people of Ohio. Governor Lael heading, and here we are in February and March and all hell's breaking loose. What would you have done? In other words, I like the idea maybe fourteen days, twenty days whatever it might be we might have a real emergency governor you of the power for the next twenty one days almost to do anything. But within twenty one days, you have to come back to the legislature and say, okay, what do you think and then there's a vote taken of somehow someway is Albert you're saying. I'm seeing exactly that nobody's fault governor to wind for that initial shutdown I can't find one person has done that including Zelinger who's leading the charge on this we all believe the governor wind did the right thing. Let's shut everything down. Let's take a breath. Let see what's happening in the meantime we do have experts that we haven't listened to out of other universities and from around. The world that said Hey just heads up in Italy eighty percent or eighty year old and higher. So let's be smart about this. As we reopen. Let's be smart about how we're treating businesses. Let's stop scaring the public because we have more information and with more information you should be you should be empowered to open up your state I mean we we have got to send A. Message to governor to wine that we are adult that scare tactics have got to stop and that he is one third of the government here, he has to co equal branches of government and one which is ignoring entirely in regards to their feedback on how the state should run master. This march seventeenth was the primary and everything was set up to ever primary election we also have. For those who don't want to be poll workers we have a large group of Americans called the National Guard who could have gone to the polls to serve the role of poll workers if necessary but e-, each shut down the main objection I hear from from conservatives like you L. is out on election day itself, which was a federal election because of the primary to elect a president. The evening before the governor by himself shut down an entire election and reset for like seven or eight eight weeks in the events is that the main? I think that's just one of the name birds under my saddle. I can tell you that that one rubs me such a wrong way but for the last few weeks on my. facebook page I have been asking people to lease volunteer at the polls. There is no reason to give the governor a reason to shut down the polls if people in my group will please volunteer instead of the greatest generation that usually out. So proudly, at the polls, we can have enough if you're an attorney, you have hours that you need and civil education you can volunteer your seventeen years old plus and a senior in high school. It's called youth at the booth. You can volunteer we need thirty five thousand poll workers to run the polls in Ohio to guarantee that those polls. Don't get shut down. So please do your patriotic duty bats patriotic wearing a mask is not patriotic going to protect your right to vote going to say I'm standing up for democracy. We're not letting these poll it down again that is patriotic at this point here we are now toward the end of August everywhere I look I see chaos. What do you say to those like? Matt's time who say this simply adds to the chaos we have chaos in Washington, chaos in the streets chaos and education chaos and business why add to the chaos? How do you? How would you respond to that? I have to respond this way. It's not going to be better in two years when our small businesses are closed, it's not gonNA be better in two years when the mental health. Capacity. exceeds. It's not going to be better in two years. It's not to be better in two years when our unemployment hasn't. Caught up with trying to find jobs I feel it's not going to be better. You know what? If our founding fathers had waited two years and then another two years in another two years we might all these be speaking with the British accent. Sometimes, you have to do things that make you uncomfortable because you have to advance liberty and you have to stand up for the democratic process. I see the State House and the representatives that are leading the charge on. This is doing exactly that you have to take a breath and know that in two years waiting for two years. What does that look like put on your? Could you imagine the last six months? Would you imagine we were still lockdown? Curve and Curve and low heading elected official in deerfield township. How do you respond to those? Who say look we have one governor on time we have an election coming up in two years and characterize. This is something I think Bob Taft would've gone or maybe John casick would have done. I don't find the character up to this point Mike. Dewine to be so strong that he would have shut down the state and continues to shut it down to large extent. Are you surprised that way this played out under Mike Dewine? I'm surprised because I and I'm not I'm not anymore but I'm surprised because the goal post keeps getting moved further back. It keeps when Mike DeWine said flat in the curb and we all said, yes, absolutely we're GONNA protect our healthcare workers. We did that when he said stay shut down and take that extra spring break we said okay we'll do that. When he said we're GONNA do this said Okay but then the goal posts cat. Moving how much more governors wine he said on August, fourteenth on another talk radio show when he was asked what the end game was. He said it's eight vaccine. So Ohio as you unwilling to live under these mandates until there is a vaccine that you may or may not feel safe in taking if you were willing to live with a mask on until there's a vaccine because my wine has said, that's how long you're wearing a mask. Then you're fine with what's happening, but you might think this is an overreaction of our State House. If you think all of that is okay. Then this governors for you for those that say he has got a CO equal branch of government. He needs to sit down at the table with maybe they can have a conversation and this can all go away. Maybe that's a possibility you know. Why does it table? If dewine now or in the past what have sat down with the House and the Senate and fashion legislation maybe after hearing says that okay governor has the power to do this for like twenty days held the North Koreans might invade at some point in which case we need a governor say right now we gotta do what? I. The best approach I hear is that after a period of time go to the legislature for authorizing legislation that says you can do that if he would have done that in the lawmakers would have said we're on record we agree what a lot of your angst be gone. Would be gone I at least understand that he understands the civic of what government is and how our constitution was founded with three equal branches of government. We couldn't have had him to take all of our frustrations out on. But what we are seeing is that when you give power away, it is very, very, very hard to get it back and that makes me as an elected official mom as a citizen of. It makes me so uncomfortable to watch our governor continuing nonsensical regulations on the citizens of Ohio. Lastly. I would say, almost every time the governor goes to court. He loses because and they don't appeal it because if you take it away from a county into a district or to the state that would apply statewide. So when there's orders in Clermont County Orders in Warren County where you live in which certain these athletic facilities are open as long as no appeal took place that order only applies therefore to Warren County. It doesn't apply to the other eighty seven counties, and so the governor being smart knows how to play the game to make sure it. Has Limited application I want American society to be open and I'm careful with what I do I went freedom I want opportunity I want liberty. If I WANNA go out somewhere I'll go out I'm careful where I go who I go with I don't go into crowded events anymore I wear a mask quite often I use hand sanitizer, etc but I do know that ten times more children will drown sadly this year than die cove at nineteen many more Americans will die of by CICULAR act. Accidents Dyakov at nineteen that cove nineteen deaths among those under twenty five are almost nonexistent but kids that want to go to Miami, go to UC or go to k. you can't go because the governors have decided they can't go to class and I like the approach of Xavier, which is, yes, we're GONNA we're going to plow through this thing you have. A couple online classes the rest of them are in person there's rules in place you got to wear a mask got to keep your hands clean, whatever it might be but I wanted to get your viewpoint out there and you're strong and you're brave and courageous for doing this and I think your constituents tend to agree with you or am I, wrong. I would say you're wrong bell I would say you're wrong I would say that here in Mason field were very conservative and we just were so conservative with kind of forgotten. We just went the governor to tell us what to do what we want to follow that and we wanna tell anybody else Hussein. But what about this that they're wrong and you get shot down but you know I have to tell you I by biggest concern about waiting even longer is that if the governor came out today and said, you know what they were right? We're GONNA open everything up one hundred percent. He's wash your hands where your mask if you choose to. Give a little bit of defense even if he said that people aren't going back inside these restaurants that are using outdoor seating right now to survive. Won't have outdoor seating here in a month and a half two months. What are we do if what kind of message are we sending our children? Our college kids are entrepreneurs. When we say you can't followed that dream in Ohio you need to check in with the governor. If you're GONNA, sit somebody in your restaurant if you're a small restaurant and your split phases is. Cut In half you might as well not open we're making it. So businesses might as well not open. It's a big organic mess that Mike, Dewine, his created by not working with the other co equal branches of government and by taking power and not giving it back. I want GRANDPA wind out of my business I wouldn't have to stop telling me how steered. We should be family barbecues I want him to stop having people tattle on restaurants that have people inside and I want him to prove his science anytime. He says he's following the science because never does why are we swallowing pill because Mike Dewine has some kind of science at the rest of us can't figure out so we can't tell where that science is. It's too much unhappy. The State House is doing this I implore any other rep that has not gotten on board to get on board, do your duty to your residence, do your duty. I don't care what your reason for not doing it I think you have a place in this world to speak up your co equal branch in your not doing right now the House of Representatives is incomplete turmoil because of the householder issue I mean they're afraid to do anything but now we have to go. Can you can you stay on hold for about thirty seconds here? which whole say writer? All right, let's continue with more of aligned becomes available, which never does one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, Lael heading Deerfield, township, trustee, state, representative John Becker coming up in thirty five minutes they say impeach to wine off with his political head on newsradio seven, hundred wwl. Want lull is a firebrand from deerfield township, which is near Mason for those listening around the country and Always like to think that, this is a sounding posts were viewpoints are expressed by many different individuals and she's a legitimate elected official, and that viewpoint is out there. I did not know it was as deep as profound as it is because many times Republicans get in. Democrats get in line. You don't see Democrats attacking Democrats the way Republicans on matters of principle, go after other Republicans, and for the last six months, we've had one man rule in the state of Ohio. One man rule and the Constitution does not set up for that. It's checks and balances between the pre between the president and the Congress in this case for June, the governor and the legislature, and the legislature has been saying for six months, eight governor deal with US but they're in such a disheveled state because of Larry Householder and his alleged criminal activity. That there's no power base whatsoever in the House of Representatives. Anymore I'm sure Michael Bassey's questions tomorrow and on the reds and Bengals newsradio seven, hundred wwl Tomio. Couldn't get that done. peyton swings grounds one of the whole at second with their Colton logging fields imbros on the first. Time and that's all reds fall breed enough to the cardinals tonight in Saint Louis Swings. The first pitch grounds to Goldschmidt goes the second one back to firsthand. That's all double-play. Three six, three reds fall final score six to to Brought Kathleen. Body Mo Who points out that the reds record this year after about twenty six games is very familiar happened last year at the same time eleven fifteen one of the worst records in the National League if somebody would have said to you in the evening opening day as the Mousse got loose sunny gray dominates. A month later, the REG would be getting. Rid of assets in preparation for. Trade deadline. Day silenced shirts we're going to be sixty you know sixty zip. Now to get one of those. Now, how wonder how much does are worthless? How about eleven begin to for one SAG is there hope the reds are off today at Milwaukee for four there's always hope Willie until the AP puts that asterisk next to the name and Cincinnati on a in the league standings what to do it's going to be sixteen teams to make it. So I mean. You know you're not making a now. I. So I'm just saying they're sixteen teams are going to make it. They might be one what about. What about votto? They gotTA WITH What about Suarez? What about? Of the Suarez off the interstate yet know who's GonNa to just barely off of it he. Exited at Buttermilk Pie win always. It's always good when we win. That's for sure by not doing that lately and he's chopping wood again with the put the lumber about the wherein a Harris the moose large the chop where's the punisher percents punish your L. What about Matt Davidson and he he hit one to Jefferson. City. The other night to win the game. If he would hit that home at Grand Slam. The other night they got swept I think show you show gun needs to play. What we go know goes out there. What about sent cells? Not Player izzy, who sand Zell he's on the injured list who's GonNa play next Aj Green or Nixon's L. to Hummel's very fiber give. Nick Zell, the the edge on that one. Because AJ grades probably. GonNa be ankle knee fingers and now had had. Protocols, and air were sitting and the red legs with the maybe the best starting pitching. But even Louis Casteel probably the best starting pitching and what the years you know what Lewis Casto's record is not good zero and three. Yeah E. R. A. Four, forty, five Yup. Very. As like the Nasdaq. Especially in the bullpen. What about Michael is kind of coming around well slowing and then you're you're man, iggy. One, two, three, the other day aggie one, one, two, three, the other day. So maybe that's a good sign bob, the brick letter says I have several of those zero six. Sixteen zero shirts in my car I'll sell them dear for a dollar each. X. L. take one that my s- by CS night might be collectors sixty and oh Instead of eleven and fifteen. Willie. The report is a proud service, our local tempstar heating and air conditioning dealers ten star quality. You could feel a beautiful Milford Call Baker two, eight, three, one, fifty, one, twenty, four hours, Willy. It's four months to day of to Christmas. Eve Get ready for the holiday season and thought about Christmas thirty one years ago. Pete rose stood in front of a nationwide audience stood agreed of banishment from baseball looks forward to the time a year from now on I can apply for reinstatement has been. Three decades server. Trevor Bauer Brian Anderson and Willie and the opener the first sight brew crew when it hit that again, Matt some point. Warm will turn right now that warrants buried deep. That's for sure. Where's IT buried? I defined dry that's what we're trying to find. Coverage at six ten with sportstalk. Arnelle carriers inside pitch at seven ten Kelsey. Chevrolet extra innings show after the game to Kuba. Sato. Who the two time Indianapolis five hundred winner Willie Tonight will be on sports talk because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the eye center. We've heard it all all the reasons. Why it's time for lacy over the past thirty years, the eye center has helped tens of thousands of people realize the freedom lacy provides now is the time for Lasik with twenty percent off for a limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading searches plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off. When you schedule within thirty days, register for your savings schedule your free consultation. Now at the Ice Center Dot Com some restrictions apply. Not The same thing I've seen out at the Fisher. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of the country for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just, having that assurance that no matter what is long as we were there for Anson, that someone would be there to take care of us. It took so much weight off our shoulders. How can you help good or fisherhouse dot org at six thirty five I didn't like that at all the way the race ended I mean the way to end the race red flagged it but Indianapolis Indycar rules. When the when the wreck took place with four laps to go. Right. I'm waiting now for the big finish like a NASCAR, right? What happened while the apparently the wall was damaged beyond repair and then tire barrier where Spencer pay slammed into. was virtually destroyed. So would have taken a while to put those put that back together again because you can't whatever race when you finish under caution that diet is most exciting part of the five hundred, the last three laps you know what I say. Live with it. What's the guy's name Tacoma Sato? Restaurant here in downtown. So the Same Guy Scott Dixon was second Ingraham Ray Hall third what a worthless race with nobody present and no drama. Willy let's see. Bengals today worked out Jordan Evans, the LINEBACKER carted off the field for that injury. WHO's caught off the field Carlos Dunlap had an off days got a minor injury to his leg. He hopes to return. Soon explain what happened is in media reports on Carlos dunlap Carlos, dunlap is Let's see. I may get the people. This is like Miami Carlos. Dunlap, said he was working out with a group of soccer players, football whites, players, and black players in a park in Fort. Lauderdale. Asked to leave by the Park Ranger and he believes it was the group was black. They were asked to leave. The other guys could stay is that true? That's what he said. Please continue Let's see the AP top twenty five out in college football. What about Ohio State Clemson one. St Ohio State that won't play number two. Number two, Alabama three, they're not going to go down Gioja is four Oklahoma Five Notre Dame your man Brian. Brian Kelly tenth the Byu C. Bear Cats are twentieth. Now how can state hold hold a ranking when they're not playing? That's that's when I'm asking. I, don't know. That's what I'm up the University of Cincinnati bearcats football team will have no fans in the stands when it opens the season against the Austin P. on September nineteenth at the NIP. Saying Austin P. when fly Williams played. Flies Open let's go. Pee. Fans. Did they got a t shirt with that? I? Mean maybe I get one of those along with that sixty no shot flies open. Let's Go pee fans get a cans. Fans could be permitted in the stadium later in the season if the University of T.. determinative, is safe and appropriate. We got add John Cunningham tonight at six eight with Lance. He's my brother headed to to talk about this as John About me. Big. For High School football all over the place. Well Indiana started. And we'll get. O and Kentucky Rut rampant up this week, right? Right. Thank. They've got to play I. Don't how many anything they got action so got a high school football. You got a C. An age see. See you got. A and the big twelve right And you got the bengals right between the bengals and the Browns is the Ohio State University crack and they're not they're not playing. No but high school football all over the place they're playing. And Hot and soccer played reds baseball I think golf. Yup. How about the Kentucky Derby the horses are running? Neck Saturday. Fans No. I take that back I think fourteen percent. Capacity Churchill downs but no winfield. So you can't. You can't go down there again and you know make run around like a Kook I thought there was no fans maybe I'm wrong. So there's sports everywhere except at the Ohio State University. Correct should governor or the big ten I mean, you're talking purdue. Data Indiana Penn State Ohio State. Awhile man, it's it. There was about six to eight big ten schools that wanted to play football right Penn State Ohio State Nebraska Iowa correct and powers be said Naba Naba. And so now the players can you see on an October you're going to have deer park bidding up on reading. Rain getting beaten. They're not not jointed to G C L until next year negotiations continue depends on what are they gonNA join the. South like in twenty twenty seven to have the cut of the gate. Dare Park. Travel. Styles. GotTa cut got to get a cut of the gate at the pit. To fill up the place is that the only team you're gonNA play it might might play Muller Saves. Lasalle The Battle of North Bend Road. You GotTa go to the Salad Saint Xr bolden wants to play Lakota West on a plan goal rain will take on them all but anyway, we're going to football everywhere in Ohio except that Ohio State Bingo now either one of two things are going to happen they're going to be the smartest people on Earth by not playing because other teams are going to get sick or they're gonNA have a lot of egg on their face for not plan. Don't you agree? Yes. You're more of a professional or. Than the browns. So I don't know I think. Ohio. One. Two in Colombo I don't know they got nothing to do soccer can't go to beer halls and get drunk again do anything. I like soccer playing either I think. Lesson Columbus. Crew. Well they'll get beat again. Everyone look I see chaos and now the governor with a seventy five percent approval rating his own party wants to impeach him candy. Ever problem in your community you're probably wrong but candice Keller. You COULDA had that seat from West Roth avert and you decided not to run. Maybe I'll do it. Why is that? When is it was that open again every two years right now you can run early. Wow. What do you think? Would you be by campaign manager and Butler County? Absolutely not really absolutely not thanks for we have the guy, the author of the impeachment articles coming up in fifteen minutes, John Becker of Clermont County. Wow and Ninova tally my good friend from I'm not sure worries from and if they're not really going to go, that's they are they're going to. Go through correct. It's up to the speaker, not Larry Householder but Robert Cup to have a trial and the House of Representatives to impeach Mike Dewan. Omar. What we do them with the Tuesday and Wednesday updates have you said, then we bring amy act and back bring her back she was. Always my aunt down like there's some there's some payoff here. Thank you, Chaz Charles Your right Dan right there. There's your man. Right there is going to go to all. There's some payoff. Thank you Chess Chaz, it'd be in charge of the entire state we got. Tell anybody, but she's not a very good cook what We have nothing but chaos everywhere. Davis Stop Chaos Willie. You back to your roots as far as party affiliation and would take a lot. I mean it would tell you what you know what's going on around here. What's going to happen tomorrow I thought today is going to be a slow and talk radio and not much going on only well, wrong. Again on the governor's impeached east, you gotta be kidding me. You'll address tomorrow under the leadership of Jack Windsor for bring it up tomorrow he's. Jacqueline Astor stupid question governor don't wind says to Jack Windsor go in and he loves hearing from Man Because Jack Deals with facts. You're going to get impeached. Next I. Don't know what to say and how about the protest the riots in Kenosha Wisconsin. Guy showed in the back like seven times getting into his car to. Drive off with. His kids are in the according to media shot seven times in the back by Kenosha. Unbelievable. Saying how we looking? Right now, not good all over the place. Willie and Tom Brennan, my good friend Tom Brennaman about MANTRAS Herrell calling Luca don-shik, racial epithets during a game. And then two days later. Hugs and hugs him and says I'm sorry they both say okay. Let's move on. Well, he hit he hit that shot last night from downtown Sparta about that. That was like you to park. Before, the three point line revenge is a soup best served cold and Luca serve some cold revenge soup. It's pretty cool that you go through life just with one name in your like Luca you're like, Willie? Ted Spinach Luca Luca Oprah Marty Martin. Mike. About. Richard Richard. Matt. Angered since Bangor to. Give me out in. Protest erupted after police appear to shoot black men from behind. It wasn't up here. I saw the video. Say. Ever, that videos right there and the riots commences if there's some correlation between one event and the other how these innocent people responsible a cop takes a brick to the head and collapses hopefully, he'll survive. So the reaction of violence is what more violence that makes sense. Will Overcast Day but blue sky here at Kenwood and it's hot and we got chaos. We leave you with the immortal words of the stew report my mother's on crack. Chess I don't know about that when you nemeses control again. And rule, for thousand. Years. Continuing, that'll happen. No thank you. I've asked him to come back and sees power. You know what he says. You can't say that you'll end up. You know what he says to me what do you think? I'm stupid. Thank you. I said no, you're not stupid. So he wants nothing to do with that. He added Time And he did his time it is hard time a hard time. Daddy. Coming up. Next is John Becker. Representative. Here we go. Try to impeach. Governor Mike Dewine the reasons coming up next level heading of deerfield township did a pretty good job earlier today laying out the case the articles of impeachment against Mike DeWine. Next. On News Radio Seven hundred W W. Because I don't want to be stuck wearing my old outdated glasses because I want to wake up and just be able to see because enough is enough at the center. We've heard it all all the reasons why it's time for lacy over the past thirty years. The Ice Center has helped tens of thousands of people realize the freedom lacy provides now is the time for relationship with twenty percents off for limited time with one of northern Virginia's leading surgeons plus get an additional eight hundred dollars off when you schedule within thirty days, register for your savings and schedule your free consultation. Now at the Ice Center Dot Com some restrictions apply. A good woman spiel. Over woman plus. An. Be the. You'll know. Yeah. Bad. Bowl. As. You may know the last several months has been a bubbling up of dissatisfaction among conservatives with the direction of state government on the leadership of match diamonds. Good friend. Governor Mike. Dewine. And now it has metastasized to articles of impeachment filed by State Representative John Becker, Clermont, county cluding ten articles of impeachment joining us now is that same John Becker and state representative John Becker. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show John how are you doing very well, Willie, thank you for having me on layout to the American people I know this has been bubbling up a little bit in the background. Now it's metastasized toward the end of August. Why should the governor be impeached which means formerly charged in the Senate would have. A trial that crack Willie I've been hearing from constituents that I've been hearing from people all over the state of Ohio they've been screaming do something do something well, I'm finally doing something I've actually working on this for several months and in the last couple of weeks, it seems like public opinion has has turned against the governor more sharply than even that was early on. So my colleagues have reached out and said, yeah, it's time to move forward. Some of those are currently co-sponsors and some of them later on A. Tight on his co-sponsors. So we're GONNA see how that goes when I spoke to some other Republicans and the State House about an hour or two ago Nakada quietly kind of agreed with you. But this politically, it's the wrong thing to do number one too much chaos number two and undermines a Republican governor. So how do you respond to some of your compatriots say well, we kind of agree with. John and you Nova tally and Candice Keller and some others but really He's a Republican to winds a Republican get in line. How do you respond to get in line mentality where all these people to get a hold of their constituents you talk to them because their constituents been calling, they're leaving messages they're not getting returned calls or not getting responses because these constituents want to explain to their. State representatives how they are hurting how their jobs have gone away how they can't even get a hold of the unemployment office. So high jobs and family services. Yeah. That that you know what medical care that was lacking a few months ago they couldn't even get an appointment for you know for for vision or hearing or or medical dental anything of that nature, and now they got conditions have worsened. Because of all of that, you know people have been hurting out there. It's not about politics. They don't care about the politics. They want to get this thing over west they want to get the wind out of the way he's been ruining their careers. He'd been ruining their jobs they've been ruining their livelihoods. Would you talk about the you know weddings I've been canceled because of the graduations and? On and on and on you know people are telling me hey, you know we understand the yeah. The virus is serious. We need to take the seriously we need to take precautions, but you know we don't need to be treated like children. We don't need to have a tyrant, a dictator telling us what to do, what not to do and where a math, what kind of mask and on and on the People Watch be free and they wanted to be free of governor Dewine State, Representative Becker. I think your arguments in two areas one substantively, which is in essence we. Have to have the freedom to do as we demand the other one is procedurally and by that I mean if the governor would come to you and the State House of Representatives in May and June and said, okay, the crisis has kind of at the top of the plateau. I want the cooperation of the legislature to enact rules and regulations and laws that I will implement has he done any consultation with the House to your knowledge? Absolutely not in fact you know what he I cancelled the election we came back and I'm not sure when that was sometimes late March And then we extend it absentee voting for people because of all the thousands or millions of people across the state I got this franchise So we came back quickly and we passed that law and it was unanimous. So we're certainly there to work with the governor and we've sent him a bill that he has already vetoed that Senate bill fifty five he has threatened to veto other Bill Senate Bill One and House bill six, eighteen anything that gets in his way or anything that's going to be tracked him his power he has threatened to veto it so he's been sticking his thumb in the eye of the General Assembly and a time for the General Assembly to push back and To you have articles of impeachment John Becker the governor has the right to veto and then you have the duty to override when he impediment when he when he vetoes bill, why not override? Well, you know you're absolutely right well, the Democrats love Love Governor to Y. since he's destroying the economy it's got to put them in a much better position to take over in November I. Don't know that we have the votes to override any of that stuff, but I'll tell you one thing with US impeachment resolution it only takes fifty votes. It doesn't take a simple majority. So hopefully, we can cobble that together and then get over the Senate and see if we can get two thirds they're. You say John Becker expressed stain for the facemask mandate to wine order in an attempt to mitigate the spread Cova nineteen in Ohio state rep claim that forcing ohioans to wear a face mask or covering as a condition of employment makes quote Ohio, hostile work environment. He went on to say that many ohioans find the mask mandate offensive, degrading, humiliating, and more. I wear a mask on I. Wear it because I have to take this approach to on that if I go to a private business and I wanted to I, watch this morning for some of my get from Glare I got some Glare Guetta at first watch I wore masks because the sign of the private business says I have to wear a mask when I come to this private building, the death star and Kenwood, there's a big sign on the door by the owners. Steve. Miller and others had say you got to wear a mask so I submit I wear a mask. Do, you have an objection. Then if private owner says condition of doing business once customers or employees to wear a mask, isn't it there and maybe not their duty, but it's your obligation to comply with mask wearing if we're you go demands it. Willie I fully support private businesses put in place whatever regulations they want to put in place they want to require mass. So I'm fine with that, and if you and others want to wear masks wherever you go, I'm fine with that too. I'm pro choice when it comes to mess. With is governor taken it upon himself. One man who are in conjunction with the Department of Health you know making the broad sweeping rules to control the lives of every highland. That's what I have. An objection to does popularity play into this. When you impeach our governor according to media accounts, he's got seventy five percent approval rating among all ohioans anyone percent among Republicans Sixty, eight percent among Democrats overall seventy, five percents. This is the most popular governor maybe we've ever had does that play into your decision making It does not but it might play into the decision making of my colleagues I. Mean I saw some polls that were probably a couple of months ago. That showed him as high as eighty percent approval I did find that to be a head scratcher but I can tell you based on at least the last couple of weeks as the phone calls and letters to my office accelerated and yeah, and on facebook which all somewhat of an echo chamber. Now, there's a lot of demands out there that in fact I I'll tell. You this willing I remember it was this was even some time ago. There was constituent of mine that was saying, yeah, you know early on I agreed with all this governor has done and but now it's gone too far. Then you know we need to be backing off all these regulations that was months ago. So more and more people are saying you know enough is enough governor has gone too far and it's time to get Ohio back on the right track. Can you lay out for the American people? The procedure? Have the articles yet been officially filed in the clerk's Office of the House of Representatives they have not I have what's called a working draft and It could get submitted as other still opportunity even make some changes to it, which I'm not opposed to doing. So what would happen as what he wants, it is filed with the clerk's office. Then that closes the window for people to sign on as Co.. Sponsors. So I don't have a time line for when I'm going to do that I'm thinking maybe for a couple of weeks anyway, I'm just kind of open ended and ask people to go to impeach DeWine dot com, and then look on there to see in your state representative as a co-sponsor we're not co-sponsor. Then there's a opportunity there to you know watching your name and address and send your state representative. So I'm going to hold off for a couple of weeks on this and see how many co-sponsors I get to see what kind of interest is. Then I will officially file with clerk's office. fifty-one, how many Democrats are there in the house about about forty thirty, nine I. E thirty eight, maybe thirty eight. So you need thirty eight Democrats and Thirteen Republicans. How many signed on your bill of impeachment against a wine at this point I think I have gosh. There hasn't been much opportunity yet but so far I think only three. Democrats according to media accounts on the media's hardly ever wrong. The. Three initial backers are Republican candidate Keller of Middletown Paul's belt winger of Mason and Nina tally of her Bana. Have they signed on? Those three or four, and if there's thirty eight, that's fifty that's forty two. So you're only about eight short of impeaching dewine. Well, that's just the governor. If the Democrats want to get onboard, we'll see what can the governor due to placate the eruptions happening in the House against his behavior is governors ending Mike Dewine if dewine would call you and say, let's get together. How can we mediate this thing? Are you open to the words from the governor? Well, I'm always open to conversations with anybody on any topic but you know I think that ship has sailed long time ago we've given a governor ample opportunity to work with us. We tried to work with them and always done is SOM- is is is put some in our. and. I just don't see that happening, but he wants to sit down and talk I'm open for that. Is this the governor I assume you voted for about two years ago? Is this behavior consistent with what Mike Dewine is done and political I say not might want I've known for thirty five years is kind of a conciliator get together he got Senator Ted. Kennedy. He'll get Democrats Republicans to work things out when he was Attorney General for eight years he was often on. The air with me and many others talking about law enforcement. He was a conciliator he talked to sheriffs talked to be sky, and now as governor this thing happened and he's a some of Said emperior imperial governor. Some of said that he's acting like a ruler and not a governor. Are you disappointed by any of this disappointed by a lot of it? If you think back to when he was a US senator he did a lot of things that were You know very contrary to conservative. A lot of people didn't like it, and then of course, he lost the election he redeemed himself as attorney general greatest already general, and then when he took over as governor, I mean there was a lot of questions and you know I was willing to give them the benefit of the doubt he wasn't my first choice in the primary but in the general election he certainly was and as governor I guess my biggest concern with. Them early on that all I heard him wanted to do was spend more money. Well, I didn't go to Columbus to take more money from the people and spend it. You know I want there to try to cut spending and cut taxes. So he and I were never on the same page when it comes to spending money. But now that he's become dictators are why this is just out of control nobody ever thought Mike wine would become the tyrant that he is. Lastly State representative, John Becker the governor comes to the legislature, of course, the whole householder incidents thrown things into complete turmoil but if the governor would come to the House and the Senate, get together leadership and say, let's work on legislation together to give the governor. These temporary powers are you receptive to that Yeah. Yeah. One of those bills Senate bill one maybe I don't know I'd have to look at my notes one of them I think. It So it would say that and that's that's one is and this is waiting conference committee but the governor threatened to veto. What that would do is say that these high department health orders with being affect for fourteen days, and then if they needed to be extended beyond fourteen days and Jay car would would would look at that what I would prefer the entire. General Assembly would look at it but yeah, I yeah. Okay. With some kind of controls and legislative review for these types of orders and you know give them some rope. To Maybe a couple of weeks or or something to instead of just out of control. You know we're in charge here we're the dictators and we're going to give orders just going to do as you're told now that's not a Republican former talk about say Republicans. Are that you know the people are in charge here and we've estate representatives we all work for them. The governor works for them and there's just too many Electric v the elected officials who are not listening to the people. The governor would say, look fourteen days is too quick. How about twenty days twenty, five days health directives from the Department of Health. We could have a real crisis at some point after twenty days or. Fourteen days come to the Joint Committee of Republicans and Democrats held the Senate. We're going to extend it another fourteen days or thirty days. Then after that, it goes back to the legislature. All you're saying is we want a Republican small, our former government or the people's direct representatives have input in decision making and how the state is conducting itself. You're you're you're exactly right? Yeah. We could work on the work with the governor on all his. Two weeks, three weeks, four weeks, ten days whatever happens today. Yeah. I think we can work that out and come to some agreement that is reasonable that were ODI HR. Department of Health can put forth whatever orders they have to put forth in a timely manner but frankly I don't see where the high apartment of health really needs to do a whole lot because you've got all these health departments all over the state county health apartments and city and such. They have brought authorities a shutdown businesses and closed down there counties I'd much rather see all this done at the local level than at the state level. We'll see what occurs down the road. John Becker days of chaos way of chaos with the reds and the bengals. We have chaos with leadership. We have chaos with riots chaos. Kenosha, we have the Republican convention underway. We've got chaos everywhere I looked at schools can't open some schools are open. Some schools are not covid nineteen ten times more kids have died of drowning and ten times more kids have died of the regular flu, then a covert nineteen but we're treating this thing like it's the end of the world and I'm saying look we ought to be careful we should do what we have to do. But nonetheless, at the end of day, we have a Republican form of government where. The House and the Senate counts has to come to someone else after six months and say, this is what I've been doing. Give me the power to do it and almost every time a judge looks at what the governor has done. The governor always loses because the judges saying you can't do it. You're absolutely, right well, yeah, I think what the schools are doing. So I'm trying to understand this sandy when you're talking about the chaos. So let kids come back to school. So what's what's the plan here? The first time one kid somewhere test positive symptomatic or not maybe know something's then maybe even a bad tax who knows but that's positive. Somehow we shut down the entire school send every. FREAKING insane. You know yeah. My whatever policy in place it's you know somebody tests positive. Goes home maybe we test all the kids that came in contact with and then maybe have some number you know number might be ten, twenty, fifty, one, hundred dead. If all these kids are tested positive, then we shut down to school but what is policy seems to we now one one person show. showed up positive, which may or may not be accurate test ask the governor about that, and then we just shut everything down it is chaos it is insane and it needs to end. You know how many children in Ohio of died of Covid nineteen school children Well, it's not many zero. Well have zero. So there's been zero deaths of school age children in the state of Ohio correct zero. Okay. Now is that time to panic? I don't know maybe it is. Maybe some kid catches the flu romantic fever, some other communicable disease there ought to be procedures in place. Okay. Little little. Tommy's got a fever. Let's send him home. He shouldn't be schooled in the first place but if we if we live like a mushroom in the dark fed crap on something like a covert nineteen, what happens when we ever real crisis because in Ohio under one hundred of one percent of ohioans have died in the general population to Covid nineteen John Becker under one hundreds of one percent and general population. Well. Yeah. I mean. So I mean the people we really need to be concerned about are the elderly if you're. If you're under seventy years old, you know the chances of dying from this is as close as zero frankly, and and for now, people have underlying conditions of some sort. You know they need to be precautious I support taking appropriate precautions but this wrecking ball approached the entire state that the the governor's been. That that is that's crazy. I. Will See what happens John Becker, and if you get another seven or eight Republicans to sign on and many of told me, they would sign on. But for political purposes, they cannot sign on they disagree with the governor is done but this feeds into the idea that Republicans can't govern, which means a Democrat may be elected. So you know a lot of Republicans say well, politically I worry about this substantively I, worry about this. Procedure I worry about this. But you in Kansas Keller and Ninova tally and outwinger of Mason have said my name's on the ballot I'm doing this. This is what I want. We'll see what happens state representative John Becker thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham Show may God bless you and God bless America. Thank you. Thank you. Willy every day. Take Care bye-bye John Becker of Union Township Your Reaction Five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, chaos chaos. A news radio seven, hundred wwl. Am You You'd like to tour. How Quiet numskull broadcasting commemorating the turnpike the great UC haircut quarterback a great note through the most important passing UC history and Pittsburgh. I was going crazy Tony Pike I need evidence. You know the the greatest thing about that passes. If it's Today's world, I wouldn't be able to throw that pass. My arm is still broken and you know you can't play her sick anymore covid nineteen work. Yeah. What's happening if I would go to UC's campus now on walk around the bars and the restaurants and the beer joints what would what would I see parties Galore? Last week, the students come back to campus you drive by campus. The frat houses, fraternities people outside partying. the bars and restaurants up and down the streets packed socially distant. Socially Dismiss Guy Assume. No mask. You see the difference it you know you go to a restaurant around town and you you you get where your mask but once you sit down, you could take your mask off you go into a Bar I mean you got to be able to drink six foot separate now there is none of that. Good luck. So what's going to happen I can see it now i. go to. I watch great little places three people in there and get your temperature check to you have to sit down. Got Your mask on sit down take it off your stand up put back on those rules don't apply you see if feels like those those rules don't apply a lot of campuses anywhere right now. So picture of Alabama last week that that's the that's the legitimate concern of. The Eighteen nineteen twenty year olds are not concerned with any of the covert and they're going to go live their college experience Rachel. Your comments I. Just want to go find a nice cabin somewhere away from people. All rejoin society when Y'all have this worked out me I'm just GonNa you know what do Don't I shut things down he wants. Thing if this happens, you see within two three weeks they shut down. This is why we can't have nice things. I don't know why we I keep telling people and nobody will listen. This is why I? Follow the rules I follow the rules and you don't want stuff shutdown you want to be able to bars past midnight well, you can't have kids hanging out and partying in the streets over at UC. WHO's in charge at UC? Tell you. I wish it were just luke fickle just let luke fickle in charts but luke fickle now is doing it right is following the rules and now all of the players come back. Soon they spent twenty hours a day not in football. Well, the problem is they've been bubbling the last few. Higher ground. In Indiana bubbling verb now been bubbling. And what's and the bubble they're good. Yes. They've been perfect. No reports. They've they've been out in Indiana they've monitored themselves and now to no fallen, the players can come back and socially distanced but. It takes being in contact with one person at this time and from what we've seen if one player gets it. Gets shut down. So there's no bubbling at UC for the football team right now bubbling camp there at the Frat parties visit. This is the one time we're having a field in the middle of campus hurts UC. Although they do have what's alluded this city for a long time they have that practice bubble can you bubble them inside the bubble and leave you can't leave the bubble dorm inside the bubble remote learning inside the bubble you live the experience for years the big man on campus at uc you come back. Is there any sense that if you were that guy you doing exactly what they're doing? I, I can't disagree. Probably be out there to Rachel your reaction. Countdown begins. Until. You'll. Win. Spike yeah one just. One Nice thing this year no API grace. It's going to be a good football team that has coming back ten maybe yes. Maybe Ohio state somehow to stay. Dropping let's play. This show they can't play. Exactly. So when this thing explodes Clifton here comes governor Mike Dewine and it's all shutdown Ben what It's common just be responsible that's all you have to. Football you can't be responsible when you're nineteen because you can't. You can't I mean thirty, four, thirty, four year old me like I could look and say, well, what are these kids doing and nineteen year old me bulletproof? Yeah, you'd be taking. Anything taken belly shots off some cheerleaders chest playing beer pong Sharon cups. What the Hell's wrong with these kids. Well, and you know what? Even if the sport football players do the right thing they tried to socially just they still go class with these people they go classes with these people that have pretty much all but promised us that we will no longer have football at least at the college level in Cincinnati. Here's very shortly bengals to attend the Bengals, the NFL you can you at least Eric dolts your adults and you have a lot more money to to monitor all this stuff mean they're the testing that the price for all that they're getting tested daily. They're getting monitor daily, and again like you mentioned, they're they're adults there mid twenties late twenties someone baby mamas they got kids they got. Going on, they get it all nineteen year old boys on campus going nuts. He's out of the publishing and Indiana. He's back home looking crazy. Have you seen the girl's walking around campus I haven't have you I didn't see any I don't see any I don't see. either. Rachel what's on the blog? I'm all upset I. Don't have anything on. Got Nothing. There's no. There's no good news today I mean there are some news bound asteroid going to hit the US in November but like that's not good finally. Telling. US. There are three possible impact sites and they will not say where in the United States these impact sites are even though they only. Shelter umbrella get an umbrella. Goal Underground, it probably go deep probably got an underground faciliate deer park. Your Code don't you question? No question. Fulfilled All paid for. Now. So you're saying right now we have nothing on the blog. From, last week we had some staff last week, but you know like shopping fun to to most it's twenty eight industries. How about taxing sacks. Sometimes, that's what the news. Impeached might wind, I mean. That's all we need a lengthy trial in Columbus, yeah that would that would that would complete the entire year? I'm going to state of shock and disbelief. About the Bengals? Who's going to play first AJ green or Nixon L. Man. That that's that's who's GonNa play for. That's problem. One of the that should be on the blog. Aj Green eight question for twitter right there you up I'll put it I. Know How to do that. All I know is I watched practice today at Aj Green on the practice field the we had field was running harder routes than some of the receivers on the actual practice field. So Today AG A. J. Green Everything's working. He looked great. Now he's not practicing practice close good question precautionary reasons at this point don't let I if you're the coach don't you say to Aj. Green you're not playing you're not just work out we'll see you again San Diego see against the chargers that's what at least three practices Three Practices Sharia he laurel, but done Joe. Wants like when I used to throw it a Jack Monahan at Saint Save Your grade. School Jack Monahan. Time time you gotta get it when he cuts, you gotta be able to hit it. That's why want three practices that's all, and then what happens against the chargers then we see. We see. I. Often Feel I. Don't know how much help we can get Bobby Hart from now until the chargers Nixon's elkhart get ready Nixon's L. when's he coming? Might need him quicker than the Bengals, me Green. Are, they're going to be good the bengals so they're going to. What would you classify good at and I think maybe like five eleven. I'll give them five or six points that's at least and. Pittsburgh band assist. On target driven, this is it and you got Cleveland might be good but I doubt it and then Baltimore can't keep Thomas vote. Ever Baltimore. Still has divorce favored right now and to win all sixteen games. And they play the chiefs their favorite in every game this year, the chiefs must be in Baltimore. Like, hard reset unplug and just restart maybe twenty, twenty, one, twenty twenty is not blowing. Not. And we lose home field advantage with no fans in the stands I'm not sure that would be one anyway. We got to the star of stars the most exciting player since I Carson Palmer at quarterback Joe Barral. heisman trophy fifty touchdown passes in the greatest season on any maybe ever undefeated untied on scored on Yes wins the Heisman I and it's time and no fans known just go see. I'm telling you now he's the real deal. Believe the hype belief believe the hype driving hype drink I'll tell us he compared to you He's six, four, six three and that's good. Yeah it's good. He's over the line. Yeah. Can make all the throws. So as quarterback, he's the real deal. I am all in Jober. Rachel your reaction finally, something a look forward to. Start working on the second contract right now. Let's lock him up for the next eight years for the San Antonio Bengals. I don't know. We got it for how many years minimum five, five, five I think we franchise tag. Five five years who knows nobody knows I WANNA get out of twenty twenty as soon as possible it's been a bad year. It's not been good. There was a point July was like the second half of two thousand twenty is going to be it's going cute. It's a nosedive but this asteroid concerns me. because. You know what? It did the dinosaur hundred forty million years. To Russia back in two thousand thirteen. Not Good. How big is this thing about six feet most not bad no, it's not too bad. It's not too bad but still. If you're. They won't tell us what the impact I want to know where to be. We're not to be right. That's all you gotta do is say, Hey, guys might just want to invest. Kenosha. Wisconsin, we've got problems anyway. Fine. Maybe New York City. What's great is it's going to impact on November seconds. So the day before the election, which is. Divine intervention of God Almighty possibly post-poned the election, which is what the wind did just postponed. So what's coming up after three of you heard from the rock. Iraqi is currently enjoying fatherhood. He is They are they welcomed Bryce what last week so probably got a really good training camp report coming up in the three o'clock. You have that yes. Yes. You're going to be joining us with that and I think we're going to talk about defense pending impeachment. The world ending problem homes killing can you imagine you? You were nineteen or twenty sitting in front computer for like five hours? A day would not go well, what? would. Not Nothing. So what do you do if you're in charge you said, you see nobody can come here or do you say you gotta stay home all remote? Football. Joel remote now, hear me out cattle prod. Okay. As like greed that tasers aren't really a deadly weapon, right? So cal produce like low key taser. You just go in you have a six foot parameter aim by just nip them with the cow watch. Three times somebody will learn. Yeah. Bars, you have to be six feet apart UC students understand you gotta be six feet apart I don't see that happening. No mask. Let's do this thing. Well within four to fourteen days allegedly right by. Let's do this in about fourteen days. Let let's see where we. Friday to like forthright little after Labor Day. so L- after Labor. Day. L. Should break I'm sure Labor Day weekend there'll be no get togethers. No everybody's. Responsible Interesting think ahead. Rachel. Thank you. You're up at three Tony good to hear from you AJ green versus Nixon's l.. Century tough race data the Hummel's get together what will break first or last but lease Aj's Megan what eighteen Mil yes. Not Bad progress smart man smart man businessman once again thank you. Thank you. Let's continue with more news radio seven, hundred w automobile.

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Bill Cunningham 8-12-20

"External. Tallest not the same thing I've seen it at the Fisher House. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just having that assurance that no matter what as long as we were there for Anson, that someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much weight offer shoulders. How can you help good fisherhouse dot org. I. Tried to read one one last night ready dramatic might say even told me excited a homerun turned out to be a long single unless reds win win tonight and. They're back the five hundred but until then so many issues going on including page Johnson, what happening Clermont county including a good friend Brian Hamburg that is judged Don Gentry in Kenton County. Talk. About hanging. Banging on the courtroom empty beer bottles Jim beam dancing on tables grunting squeaking and judge's chambers working things out. I guess plus you had the police shooting yesterday since I police shot someone in Coleraine Township News Conference scheduled beginning a few minutes Bryan. Bryan Hamrick has his finger on all issues and Brian Hamrick welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and Brian. How are you? GotTa. Thanks again Mr kind of understand. You're out there in Coleraine township and there's a news conference starting in a few minutes here but At this point about the police Cincinnati shooting, seemingly drug dealer and he's alive. Apparently Cincinnati police observed some sort of a drug deal. They went to pull him over he pulls over this shell station on Compton. Road. I think Coleraine. It's actually in Coleraine jurisdiction they were there but somehow, Cincinnati police were still on the scene. there was some sort of an altercation or a lot of blanks to be filled in any minute. Now, we should be getting. Some details on exactly what happened in probably the body cans on the body cams I'm guessing but there was some sort of an altercation. A Taser was deployed and a shot was fired. suspect was hit last word we had no real condition but they said. That he is stabilized. So that's about what we know about it and Joe. We get a little bit more information coming out. I guess it should be any minute now there's mayhem everywhere. I think you know many years ago you and I discussed the situation in Covington with pace. Johnson on Rob. Sanders. Many Times. In fact when this guy was arrested, we finally he thought we may have found the right person but he was in Clermont County when the body parts of the body was located plus we have satanic rituals happening and Lachlan. Got First of all, let's deal with satanic rituals that Tony Bender Joy. So exactly what is happening in Lachlan with Worshiping Lucifer? Well. This was a case guy named William Studios was charged, and this was a while back. See what happened is with all this coven almost all the news you would normally get. Got Either. Like totally taken off the table, you just didn't see it because there was so much cova news or it just showed up in a small presentation or be you know fifteen second reader on it but we had done a number of stories on this is William Studios allegedly had this. Shea Tanic warship area in his apartment. This was up in. Lachlan he had a he had a bedroom where he filmed these sex acts any and he and another guy were trading children in the midst of all this The guy was Joseph suitor. Now he got he pled and ended up getting a twelve year sentence for this little guy who had this this satanic altar and his bedroom along with this place where he shot the video. He pled guilty to two counts of rape and was sitting at ten years on each of them. So He's serving twenty years and that that happened in April he pled but but nobody even knew about it until now because it was kind of so far under the radar, but it was a bizarre scene affair with Iraq. And Child Sex and all that it was it was just. Hard to imagine, and so this, this is one of those incidents that needs to publicity. So those neighbors in and around Lachlan knew what was going on and so you had children misplaced children children on the street children with dysfunctional families were used in sexually orientated videos for gay porn pleasure. Oh. My God. This should have been the story but because a covert nineteen and didn't even bubble up to the surface but those living in around Lachlan reading need to know what the Hell's going on at least this guy's locked up for twenty years minimum. He probably won't come out with his teeth but what's the guy's name again? The studios. and. It was interesting. I remember he lived She lived up there. I can't remember exactly top of my head name of the streaming zone but he but his his parents, his mom live downstairs and they said they didn't know anything about it that they didn't. They didn't have any information on this what was going on upstairs In their own house. The. Victim. was just five years old and. I did back in September. rate grossing. Hindering sexually oriented material all these things using a legal use of the minor in nudity oriented material these sorts of things but he Cheaper. One of the sergeants up there in Laughlin said at the time you know was partner with basically set up like a sex room and his bedroom had had met. So we could each cameras to him and he could record the sex. There's all this kind of. sainte-anne totems and things like that. It was just weird and he had. His. In shower as well it's just bizarre. Let's move onto something equally maybe. not this sick, but it's bad which is in your home area of Northern, Kentucky row was born in Covington judge. Don. Attorney recounts. Judge. Asking her for threesome and a kiss. That is Kathryn Schultz's fine attorney and she was propositioned by Judge Don. Gentry, who's married to another judge male judge he's married to and part of the deal was that there was testimony last tour three days the Kent County. Family. Court judge. Don. Based decisions using sex coercion retaliation is tools and her judgeship court personnel found empty beer bottles, Jim, beam bottles squeaking on couches moaning, and groaning and sexual ways. Plus you have this fine female attorney who was who was propositioned by the judge to join her and her minister slash employees. Penrose character to join them in a threesome on judicial retreat. Now, at this point judge, gentry's still getting paid large amounts of money like hundred, forty, thousand dollars a year, and this poor female attorney said I didn't know what to do and the judge admitted quote. I admit that I engage in interact with the attorney Ms Schultz in inappropriate way but she initiated the personal contact with me while she was under the influence quote quote I also admit that I did not handle the situation afterwards properly unquote. So at this point, all hell's breaking loose and we're going to have a decision I guess on Friday or Monday. She ran in twenty eighteen for re election was elected almost by acclamation. Now you take some of the things happening all you often say we're blessed eleven consequential times. Did you ever think Brian hammered because the power five that one of your find judges in? Kenton. County would be hanging Bagan lesbian relationships drunk dancing. She admitted bringing a guitar indoor chambers to place some star, play some songs and then to get drunk and have sex on the desk. Did you think this was possible. Sound like it was like a pattern like this was going on for a while that that these things happen that that the pastor slash. member. Brought his instruments to work so to space and he would. Play in one room and other people get here this music and then she brought her instruments Jorg and then they go in there and I guess you know use your instruments together and big would hear this this music, and then when they weren't hearing the music favored other sounds coming out of there. They they all testified to this yesterday So Yeah No, it's you know I guess what's happening you? You just got an instance now I just have a feeling that a lot of this kind of stuff happened in the past. It's just nobody talked about it didn't get out and now we're getting no wait a minute. You know. Now wait a minute. Well. I've spent. May I say now? Almost half a century in court systems from Lucas County I'd been before the Supreme Court several times edgy. No I sleep with a judge and she's been a judge for like I don't know twenty five years and I've been in every courtroom and Ken County Campbell County Butler County Clermont. County Hamilton County. I've been to Switzerland County in Dearborn County. Not, one time if I had a suggestion that a young thirty, nine year, old female judge was getting drunk playing the guitar and providing providing oral services in the middle of the day in a rope that never came up in my mind with any judge and the history of Hamilton County or can. No one over there don't forget about. The charges things that were going on I just think that people didn't talk about. I don't know that it happened in every courtroom. I'm not saying that I'm saying, have you seen judge Norman NATO. Recently, you can't tell me something's going on I refuse to believe that I come on man. No I have seen some of his poetry and I. Think, it's a regular event I'm telling I'm telling you. It is not a regular event. I'm telling you I never I never had it. I don't know what to say but you take some of these cases. I've never heard I spoke to in the last three or four days to three or four female judges are, of course, friends with my wife and they're shocked amazed and incredulous is show deeter Susan courtrooms. Every day says never in his long career every day in court as Joe. Ever seen anything like this happening with judge Morrissey, or judge Matthews I just don't see it happening. Midnight. To innocent. Well. I, really think that a lot of things went on behind the scene and the people that knew only those people who they knew not to say anything and in this age people are like, Hey, if you don't say something again and just as much trouble. So I think we're fine. You ever watch dateline episode it's like they were the happy family. Boyfriend girlfriend you know your likely. The film their sex, put it online about this the attorney attorneys Schultz said. She'd found Judge Gentry sitting on the bathroom floor in the basement with a nose bleed Catherine shows the attorney says you want to help judge get up and gentry lunged at her with her nose bleeding and kissed me aggressively and I kissed her back. She said I'm going to rule against you in all cases from this point on the kiss wasn't fulfilling when asked why gentry made that threat right then. Schultz said I didn't know but it got it got so bad with attorney shots that she had a heart attack. She's thought on May Thirteenth Twenty nineteen she was under such pressure anxiety about this threesome. Did Not engage in. She went to the emergency room thinking she was having a heart attack and she resigned from the panel appointed by Judge Century the next day she said has taken a toll on me and my family. So, we got issues everywhere. I mean, you know this is how this stuff works out though it comes in and then it affects the job and then. It all begins they collapsed down on everyone and then everybody thought they were just having fun all of a sudden you know. Nobody's having fun and it was not you know. It turns into a huge mess. Go through people's minds before this this sort of thing happens but. A lot of time you know I. It doesn't it just I think it's kind of thing going I just don't think I remember years ago in my my grandmother was showing a picture of some of her classmates and she's going through and it's my grandmother and she's like that one was a floozy there that went out with all the guys and and we're talking. Twenty. Yeah Grandma These Worse than than ones today. I'll never forget she looks over glasses you go I expect so. Well claim is maybe I'm naive but I haven't seen sexual activity. Between Judges and lawyers to my knowledge except if they're married. Maybe I've just been doing this job too long, and that's where I. But. It's certainly coming out now in ways that it never came out before the you know and we're seeing prosecutions and people in court and And you know. It maybe it didn't happen before because people just just knew better but. I just feel like people just didn't get caught I. Think people are people and people what people do and I just think. They probably have always been people you know. You GotTa get to the news conference about the shooting there the guy the alleged drug dealer is going to survive Gimme a minute or two on what happened with page Johnson allegedly picked up and COVINGTON allegedly murdered didn't die of natural causes. I don't think and remains found in Clermont County tell the American people the latest on that. Well the charges are abuse of a corpse and tampering with evidence and that's what the prosecutor said they. They knew they could prove. So they won't at least at this point, they won't be charging murder What they have is you know page Johnson was a seventeen year old family sched in I think it was September. Of Two, thousand ten. Or family was totally distraught I mean your your seventeen year old daughter walks out the door. It's the last time. You ever see her a lot and then no information about what happened nobody knows what happened there were rumors they were all these things about what could have happened to her and and and from the beginning a Jacob Baba's fell under the umbrella suspicion and that was mainly because he was the last guy who admitted he was with her said he dropped her off in Covington but then police got ahold of his phone records and those phone records don't a whole different story at the time he said he was dropping off and Covington his phone said he was in Florence. You know this is fifteen miles away and later on in the evening at about I think it said for thirteen his phone pinged off the South Tower Near East Fork Lake, and then it again at four eighteen well, that led you searches out there but the search has turned up nothing and so years went by and every day for Donald. Johnson page jobs mother this has been just a quarter waking up and not knowing what happened well finally last March Hunter was out he was just searching for like where to set up and where there might be some deer. Sightings and it's SORTA thing for hunting season and he comes upon these bones. Now, these bones were right off of thirty two. If you're going out toward Oregon thirty, two williamstown. If you're driving on that road, you were not seventy five yard from page Johnson's body. He could have been there and done that. We'll look I. I hear the news conference about to start a no, you gotta get going but. If something dramatic happens please call back. But once again we're blessed to live in. Interesting Times Brian. Hamrick thank you again for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Thank you. Thank again Mr Cunningham Bryan. Brian hammered because the power five let's continue with more your reaction five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, pound simply pound on seven hundred reds baseball kicks off about five forty tonight I pitch about six forty. Go to five hundred tonight. If they beat the Kansas City royals thank God they're not playing the Kansas city chiefs the plan the royals tonight on newsradio seven, hundred WWL W. why? Not Billy Cunningham and when you're the family court. Judge. Judge Don Don Gentry it's good to keep the family together. And we're going to have more on this later on it's incredible. Fry Go to the American people that I loved so well and served. So long after one o'clock today is going to be Brian Thome. Talking about family court, judges. And riots and protests and things that are happening Brian. Thome. One. Oh, six today after two o'clock today of course is going to be senator. Rand. Paul. About his proposals and I received a call for the first time ever about three days ago from a woman concern about the accumulated debt and the annual deficit, which is the only call I've gotten and many years about anybody caring about passing onto our children, the debts upon which we now maintain our lifestyle as Americans, and pass it on the cost to others that's coming up later. But before I take the calls of which there are so many. I want to relate to. Some information I received on the q t, of course, from meetings in downtown Cincinnati, and over the Rhine and what is happening physically in our great city, which is, shall we say well below? The radar. And as you may know, if you listen to me quite often, I'm a supporter of downtown especially ot are because I know many of the business owners there whose life and limb has been at risk after the riots, the pandemic and the lack of business the shutdowns all government sponsored on a pandemic that affects less than one hundred of one percent of the tri state residents, I. It's incredible. The amount of time and effort spent on this and the subject is that the main street corridor and not our community council and made him and held the last several nights, and this is one email that was sent from the leadership of main. Street. Also, Saint Mary's and also tr. Dealing with issues in the last few weeks, you know tr. It says here special. Thanks. To police officer Darrell Woods and math saint tallest not the same thing as saying the Fisher House. The Fisher House I know is a huge part of recovery for somebody like my husband for them to know that their family members are being taken care of that's a huge burden off of them so they can concentrate on their therapies. Just. Having that assurance that no matter what is long as we were there for Anson that someone would be there to take care of us. Took so much weight off our shoulders how can you help go to fisherhouse? Dot? Org. Pro Pay tax. Stop logging that tank we deliver propane straight to you extend your. Does through. That's. Pain taxi. PENTAX DOT COM. Let's cook in this weekend. If rilling is your plan, then make it easy on yourself. Go to propane taxi dot com enter Promo Code bbq Ten for ten dollars I barbecue tank exchange delivered to your door that easy with propane taxi. So you can focus on family friends and fun you Homie City of Cincinnati Parking services supervisor for your cooperation. And participation listed below are the notes from the August eleventh meeting issues provided by each of today's participants loud stereo music blaring every night until five am selling drugs on sidewalks. Open air key drug dealers are setting up daily on both sides of Main Street group starting hanging out on main starting about noon continuing until five. AM The next morning double parking both sides of Maine. And thirteenth blocking both lanes pot-smoking throughout the day and night loitering that blocked sidewalks entrances to businesses intimidates customers and panhandlers public drinking intoxication and urinating and doorways on sidewalks drug dealers and others are using Saint Mary's parking lot each night music playing groups throw trash on sidewalks and streets cars parking in gets and bland alley's on a daily and nightly basis blocking neighbors and potential. Emergency vehicles motorcycle racing up and down main street and nearby streets groups arriving on Main Street, late afternoon with chairs, music, and cooler severe open dice games with money on sidewalks and stoops that generate arguing yelling conflicts, fights, numerous homeless sleeping in doorways Woodward Street around Ziglar Pool is a parking lot party, Thursday Friday, and Saturday with loud music drinking pot-smoking and Toro early morning hours. That is part of the problem happening in not are because of the riots, the pandemic and then the shutdown. So. First of all, we had this pandemic. Then in response to the pandemic, we had the shutdowns. Then when the government ordered shutdowns mid-stroke stroke, then you had George Foy two and a half months ago having been killed by officer Derek. Chalvin. In Minneapolis which was spark to cause one to two thousand people out of two million living in the tri-state to use that as occasion to break down doors trash. Break, Windows Steal Loot Rob, whatever it is, which caused these business owners to lose up to thirty million dollars in damages, and now business is not coming back because the suburbanites feel that don't feel safe. and. So this is what's happening. Every day in ot are, and as you know, I'll be there Friday night. I go once a week generally and I walk around and have dinner keep my eyes open. Half the businesses are shut and the other half can't get business when individuals want to do business and live and ot are one point five billion dollars was spent almost sounds like judge gentry's courtroom for God's Sakes, but nonetheless. You don't want to continue to go there if an reality, you can't be safe. And that the police have been, shall we say encouraged to be as passive as possible and not to call us anymore disturbances it counted began when city council voted to release a not charge misdemeanors, large numbers of people who were there illegally violating the curfew, but that's the least of the problem. The total number of individuals involved tend to be white drug users and black drug dealers. This is not racial. It's in reality that if you're a Druggie, you know where to go and what street corner to go to I can recall your good friend and mine a former police chiefs Tom Striker, etc. that said it is known in the Drug Community at thirteenth in Maine Marijuana Fourteenth and vine tear one at fifteenth and and fine it's going to be methamphetamine. And so when there's a sense that no one's in charge and that there's no political support for the police they stand down. And when they stand down the criminal element bubbles to the surface, destroying the property values of those who live in and around downtown. And those who come there and infrequently in order to do some business, and so I can imagine if pagey sitting Feld who wanted the homeless encampment on third, street to be called a community, the PG sit in Feld who spent hundreds of millions of dollars on a streetcar bankrupting the city of Cincinnati PG Feld who does not support the police. If he is in fact, the mayor and Joe is not the prosecutor we're going to become Detroit Minneapolis or Portland or Seattle we're on. We're close. And When coppers on the beat tell me they're not going to be proactive. They're not going to be aggressive knocking to chase these knuckleheads down alleyways when they know they might be confronted. With the situation that may result in massive rioting than the standard of living continues to slide downwards. Would you buy a home and ot are? Would you spend a half million dollars on a Condo in the American building? Would you spend money in downtown? Cincinnati when this is? Becoming a regular occurrence my answer would be I think not. But let's get your calls and after one o'clock today's Brian Thome after two o'clock is Rand Paul, and let's get your calls. We'll go to a dean and Columbus first and then Wayne in Franklin and then Marie and Hamilton thousands of others. Now, for the next fifteen minutes, airwaves are yours dean in Columbus. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show dean. How are you? Good. Talking to you again how you doing great day to be an American. City. And Billy. Issue I had this is not with you. It's with all the people saying. Sydney kids back to school send them back to school. Well. Wouldn't like the president are other world and people when they sit in their kids to school. Then out being safe. Luckily my grandson just graduated here. So I don't have that issue anymore. Would you agree with me going school in Columbus or Cincinnati? Dayton it's not the same and going to school in Batavia or an owens borough or in Bethel. In other words, one size doesn't fit all when the governor said yesterday thirty, eight percent of the school districts are all in person mainly in rural areas twenty six percent remote online, which is like Cincinnati. For the first five or six weeks twenty six. Twenty five percent or hybrids, which means I think deer park has like three days on in two days offer it's Monday and Tuesday and. Wednesday which is virtual then Thursday and Friday virtue I duNNo in other words it's a hybrid and so. I would not want to governor passing a law that says one-size-fits-all Cleveland is different than Bethel and I want local communities to make local decisions when you agree that. Yes I agree with that because you know public schools. Compared to a private school say say cavs versus Indian Neal is a big disparity there. So I would say they're in the city. I would be reluctant but maybe Indian, he'll Madeira in those areas. Maybe kids would be able to go back to school and they should. They should because let's face it. I know at Madeira with Kenji who's a superintendent kids walk on one side or the other side you have to wear a mask every night everything is disinfected and so if that's happening taft, if the kids at taff with follow the rules, which is walk on this side and that side enter exit where amass the entire time we're going to disinfect everything and as much as possible say stay six feet apart what's wrong with that as much as you can't I went through supermarket here in Columbus Sunday. They have you go one way of one how you come. Down now nobody is. On each side of the aisle. So you at least six feet the bar. Good. And so I think if we follow that. Keeps mask on when you're around of this. Limit the amount of people that you around. and. What we have to do your older like I about the same age. I would say this we have challenges in America before with pandemics this is the fourth or fifth one and the last one hundred years and He's not GonNa be the last one. It's GonNa it's GonNa happen again it's going to happen again and again a jeff that's it. We're GONNA live with man we can't surrender. We say it doesn't work anymore. Right I. Tell people it happens you know what I mean. Knows that can adjust to the the best or ones that come through without stress and and only of stuff that comes along with it. What do you? What do you think about these judges and I got a text, Terra Linda tally, Smith, who's the prosecutor in Boone County who was hanging in banging the Lieutenant Bruce McVeigh and? Brian Hammer. The power five, he says these sexual misconduct happen all the time and every situation with judges, employees lawyers in the courtroom and I say. I don't believe I don't believe. Not To my knowledge that I work would be grow according. Cincinnati back in. The late nineties and early two thousand. Judge Kim Burke I think a female. Hair a judge deidra. Your hair with. Did. You ever have I'm glad you're here and I've said this an hour ago I have never received even a suspicion that these female judges or having sex with female attorneys. Have you know? No Quite a lot. So if it was something on than I would have known dean thanks for your call. There's testimony of the first order. Let's continue with your calls and we got Maria and Wayne, and chuck and thousands of others read space but a good game last night for Change Joey votto performed in the clutch for a change I. Think he's hitting like two. Oh, five and the reds can win tonight and they're going to be back to five hundred at this point to Saint Louis Cardinals have played a total of five games. Cincinnati's been close to twenty games. Twenty games I don't know how you make up that many doubleheaders. In fact, on Friday or Saturday of this week, the red legs would have played one third of the entire schedule. At this point cardinals have played five games. We'll see what occurs. Let's continue billy Cunningham the great American. With Your Day your home of the reds newsradio seven hundred w automobile. Score your virtual ticket to be a part of music history on the capital. One Fan Wall and interactive video experienced with our superstar are twenty iheartradio. Music. Festival starring as Coldplay Cain Brown was special guests Khalid Keith Urban migos miley Cyrus Thomas Rhett shirt and more. Can have ready to win your front row video fan wall access who radio DOT COM slash festival. No Cunningham. The Great American for Paul Luck McKinley mortgage right down there telephone number, which is five, one, three, seven, nine, one, twenty, seven, hundred, mortgage rates are right now at all time lows and the value of your home right now is an all time. 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Say she gave the drug to another person's as well. Incredible. Find it hard to believe but it happens among nicknames or people who went by the nicknames cooter am L. I. F.. What is out in Austin M I L F, he has no idea and old girl. That she, she she is a mother and she has a son as a prosecutor selling meth. So. Maybe things are happening of which the Great America is fully. Unaware. Up Next Brian Thome and more aligned becomes available five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, pound seven, hundred, eighteen, t reds. Baseball five, forty, tonight you're the reds newsradio seven, hundred wwl W Cincinnati. News traffic and weather. News radio seven hundred W. l.. Delegates Cincinnati. It was an unintentional discharge with the one o'clock report. Dumb. req- Chino breaking now Cincinnati police chief, Elliott Isaac providing an update today on yesterday's officer involved shooting at Shell gas station on competent role road in Coleraine township playing closed violent crime squad officers were conducting surveillance. In the Mount Airy. Neighborhood of district five. The officers witnessed several hand-to-hand drug transactions on a residential. Street. involving an individual that was known to them at the time. Who is now identified as Mr Andre Thomas, a mill twenty, seven years of Eight. The officers followed Mr Thomas to the gas station where a struggle ensued Thomas trying to resist arrest allegedly, and that is when the shooting took place. One of the violent crimes, plainclothes, officer officer John Brown. Attempted to grab. Mr Thomas, as they were falling to the ground. Obser- Brown discharged a single round from his firearm. The struck Mr Thomas in the back chief is, says that shot was an unintentional discharge by officer. Brown Thomas meanwhile out of surgery out of the ICU is expected to recover. No Body Cam footage is available as the officers were in plain clothes. Police are still looking for any surveillance video nearby evidence still being collected as well. The investigation is ongoing. Thomas meanwhile is facing resisting arrest charges as well as felony drug charges. Out of our. At the door they foul. Bad Billy Cunningham the great. American, these are difficult times. Of course I'm not sure times have been easy. But look at what's happening around the country with looting and fires and protest assault on police. The fact that police officers do not want to respond. Now because their lives are jeopardy, they have no backup when the make split-second decisions in think respected by the communities in which they operate and by the mayors and governors who have to support them when I look at what's happening in northern Kentucky with embattled. Kent County Family, Court Judge Don Gentry, and her attorneys. What's happening out of that courtroom is at sex was for sale and exchange for judicial activities. WanNa look at what's happening to the McDonalds CEO all the money in the world, and he uses power and prestige to prey upon not defenseless women and I think there's all kinds of difficulties that we see. Hopefully Brian Thome of crossroads can bring some peace to the tristate Brian Toma crossroads welcome again in the Bill Cunningham show and Brian how are you? William I. Am as good as anybody can be in the midst of this crazy kinds we live in right now I'm talking you today. So how can I be doing good to its reissues percolating in my head like being an empty railroad? Bosco. Boxcar one of them was what's happening repeatedly. In a major American cities which happened in Cincinnati for like four or five days, and that is a sense of non belonging a sense of entitlement. A sense of what yours is mine what's mine? Is Mine a sense of disrespect for the law and so when I look at what happened in over ot are for like three or four days there was about one point, five, billion dollars in investment by Steve. Leeper of three CDC and others small business owners, small shopkeepers. Obliterated when I look at fifty percent of the restaurants and bars, the government's orders are going to close when I look at the disrespect for law enforcement and very rarely as an earned. But what happened to George Floyd was probably not murder, but it was a crime committed against him causing his death and I look at every night in Portland the last two or three nights in Chicago, of massive looting and There was a comment this morning John. That I monitored that said that black lives matter believes they're entitled to reparations and that is taking flat screen TVs from best buy or or Gucci purses or those from Louis Vitton some house entitle mentality as a man of the cloth. Following Jesus I want to ask you what would Jesus do? I? Think we know what he would say and what he would do but what is speaks to is a lack of involvement, a lack of commitment something greater than myself that. So many Americans feel that somehow were not all in this together that I'm a victim and then I have to lash out. Do you sense. You've been out this twenty years or so do you sense these are different times? One average Americans feel as if they're entitled to certain things whether it's sex from its aboard, get ready to watch more of what you love xfinity one like live sports and more. With, xfinity sports zone looking for more streaming apps they're all in one place xfinity X. One is the ultimate and experience. Click business store today restrictions apply not available in all areas or knit whether it's judge gentry. In Kent County demanding sex from lawyers for a favorable decision or the head of McDonald's corporation. Having sex with a female subordinates I want to say to you Brian Thome what the Hell's going on. Well. I have been around for a while I'm I'm sorry to say that I keep getting older and older can't beat back by the time four years old my gosh. And I I gotTA. Tell you. Yeah. I think our culture has been shifting bill I think that we have gotten. Gosh we've just got knocked. In a bunch of different and you talk about just there I think, I think our disrespect for the law and make our disrespect for order I think disparate disrespect for due process is. There's an all time and of course. We have some things that people are not happy or excited about go country. I'm one of those that doesn't mean. Fashion Open windows and stuff. Every indicator just doesn't look right I remember the good old days bill your mind for a moment. I remember the good old days when preachers like me not a conservative view, the Bible used to talk about not having sex with somebody want married to that was. The good old days there today Today this is really weird man true today I have to tell people have sex with something other than a machine or yourself because younger people are not having sex because we are. Just drawn into the virtual reality and start sex world and our relationships are suffering and everything. But everywhere, you look at a weird time it is weird and I I personally when I had to get married because my wife wouldn't have sex with me and I'm thinking, okay, it was she wants her father's home I want for my mother's home together in an apartment, and then life begins and now one of the main reasons that men would marry a woman eighteen, thousand, nine, hundred, twenty at that point you whoever you were dating when you were nineteen or twenty, you got married. That's just the way it was, and now you don't have to get married to have sex in fact, normally an impediment and then you also think God be my life whether you're Catholic or whether you're a Protestant or whether you're Jewish or Muslim, whatever it is you have to feel as if this is about something that my life is relevant because I'm working toward a light I have a goal the there's somebody keeping an eye on things and keeping count to see how I live my life and What occurs and that whole idea is now gone, it's up with me to hell with you. I have an immediate need. It's going to be satisfied and I don't have it right now. I'm going to bash it I'm GONNA, take it out of a window I'm going to go I'm going to take what's mine whether you're there McDonald's co or judge gentry whatever it is. My needs now must be satisfied they not be delayed or denied I must perform right now and it has to occur immediately and so. It did Madison Avenue was an advertising. What was it? That so fundamentally changed America the past twenty to thirty to forty years because America has changed. I think it has changed bill I think that we also have to be careful not to look back in the good old days if the previous days or so. So morally enlightened versus today I mean it wasn't too long ago. We we did have a good percentage of America that was fighting for. Slavery. Wasn't too long ago that we we had a lot probably that, but I'll tell you when you start talking about different things like sexual ethics, ethics of honoring forty these kind of things that used to be bill that every American for the most part of always had atheist agnostics that are some small percentage but. Every American have known awareness that there was a divine. There was a divine entity that was above you beyond you. That wasn't you. You needed to answer to someday and guess what if you if you messed up, then you had to deal with that and to see you see and you had to ask forgiveness everything today that entity that to see of God has been replaced by the masses. So now I don't go to God anymore to ask for forgiveness I, have to go to facebook and I have to go to instagram and I've got I've got lay out my stuff and hope that the masses. To them and guess what the masses under grace given. Up For The masses. You can have a perfectly worded pr PR statements and you actually mean it to and the masters just say, no, sorry you. You can never have your job again you know you're done. The masses are never going to tell you that there's a god that's above and beyond you and it's for you maybe maybe the reason why suicide is escalating mental illnesses escalating. because. We've been drilling into people's brains for a long time now that there is no god, there's this cosmic Gu, and then there is you, there's a random amalgamation of proteins and there's some big bang that God wasn't involved because there is no god and things have evolved and this is where you are. Now you tell me how you take somebody who is told their whole life there is no higher power there is no god you're not important. You're not special. He doesn't love you. There isn't a heat to love you a she he whatever there's no forgiveness. Just a random amalgamation proteins and life sucks and that's the way it is. There's no way out to you. Tell me how you can have the average person who believe that and being a hard time and not commit suicide. What is what is crossroads do that? You found it when many others? May, you're the main, your Saint Peter, Saint. Paul, what does crossroads do specifically that addresses the idea that the? Of our country, which is the constitution, the court system Reverend. Jerry Falwell junior is pulling his pants down and thought it was good to take a picture of him with his pants down with a female subordinate I look at Judge Gentry. What is it a crossroads that you do? That is receptive message. You now have one hundred, thousand devotees. What is it? Well Jerry Jerry Falwell Juniors, and folks like that. Their problem I believe is. We. Those of us, who are my profession Wayne to stick to talking about Jesus when talking about 'cause people like you and others others who have your job to really good job to a fine job and making people aware of the political issues I think that when people Come, to crossroads or people hear me, they don't need to hear my take on the list today. Many people do I need to get people to God I need people to Jesus and out of that hopefully they're they're they're images change in their values change and Jerry, Falwell is coming under. you know unfortunate amount of pressure didn't opposite guys I met a guy before. He's hurting us. All of leaders bill we're stressed we're fried. We're you know we're trying to keep our organizations afloat. Our jobs have changed. We don't understand the future, and so you're gonna stay the worst behavior from people from everybody in society I mean people are drinking more. They're they're eating more I, got a buddy of mine who who has a little You know gas station with Beers and liquors in there his liquor. And Beer sales and cigarettes have been through the roof. I Made I think he said it's like This sounds so ridiculous I. Think it was saying anyway like thirty times what they were before covid nineteen just ridiculous. we're self medicating. So guy like Jerry? Falwell. He stressed just like the rest us are, but his problem is he's he's he's taking all these political stances and so now the the masters of divinity out there who exist are just coming down Pretty Brian Tell me you've over the years have not taken political approaches political Democrat Republican don't vote do vote for whom and you're very wise to say I'm going to stay focused on Jesus in the Bible when I go to Dewey's to get a pizza I, don't WanNa hear about animal testing and why it should. Be stopped if I if I go to McDonalds to the drive through I don't want somebody pushing me a second amendment issue I. IF I go to skyline for three way go blue as chilly to get a three way I don't want the server to be talking to me about trump I'm there to get that particular thing and I don't want to be preached to. But now whether it's black lives matter logos on the NBA Courts or Major League Baseball B L on the mound which I thought was MLB maybe I'm dyslexic but be. And then you got football, we're going to sing the black national anthem and the first game before the national anthem and everyone's GonNa stand on the field for the black national anthem and the first NFL game. Then when the national anthem is played, everyone's GonNa Kneel down which views disrespect and so when I go to a football game, I want to watch a football game when I go to pizza, I wanNA eat pizza when I go to McDonalds I want number nine, which is a flay officiant small fries and when I go to church I want to praise the Lord but now everyone feels as if. There are broadcast entity on their own part, and I'm gonNA coercion demand that you think a certain way and if there's if I wanna go watch Lebron James Play basketball I don't WANNA see black lives matter logos, which is associate with the killing afford Dallas police officers doing black lives, matter protest, and so if people stay in their lane and do what they're supposed to do then society functions better by staying in your lane and not supporting trump or supporting Obama or supporting Mitt Romney what you do is support the word of God and then these political considerations to decide can you smell when I'm cooking? I know what you're cooking smells wonderful to me bill. It sounds wonderful. I I also feel like for people who remind position we've gotta realize our country is incredibly divided, right? It's about fifty fifty. It's the Biden. So it's soon as I come out and I make some kind of statement. Around something political which I'm not against doing like if Guys there was there was a pastor well known pastor who tried to be in on the assassination plot of of Adolf Hitler. You know So I'm not saying he shouldn't do that. I mean if we have a president that gas in you know six hundred, million people or whatever it was six, hundred, thousand, I'm sorry I'm I'm on? I'm on the radio I'm getting getting all kinds of. I got six years. I'm not saying Sometime Bill Violence is the answer. Sometimes it is. Someone's beating your wife sometimes. So I'm not I'm not a hyper passive saying why won't speak up but here's the thing as soon as I speak up on something. Half the people aren't going to like it and I cut my influence in half I wanNA have the most influence as possible as a man of the cloth if you will as a pastor and when someone says, why aren't you want you speaking up about? More racial injustice stuff. Well, I spoke about it. But why don't you asking me to speak up about abortion? I I'm I'm adopted but I believe I can very easily could have been aborted people people want me to speak up on anything. They're excited about five advice up on on everything I'm excited about they wouldn't want that happened. So I've gotta say, what's my main thing? I want to get people to Jesus that's what I want anything else getting away. I'll let people like you and everybody else go down the rabbit trails that we need to have really seen discussion about this is not my lane I want Democrats go to heaven I want Republicans go to Heaven agnostics go to heaven I went those that don't care about politics. I mean half of is never vote in any election and we act if all of us are embroiled in these political conflicts between trump and biden. and that kind of stuff. But in reality, most of us live our lives in a simple way and I, my job is to comment publicly about the issues and pizza job is to make me, Godfather Pizza, and never the Twain shall well, we gotta run Brian Thome. Thanks for coming on. These are difficult times we need to hear from you more about how individuals got to stay in their lane and do what they're supposed to do, and then after that ministers pull their pants down or talk about politics or who to endorse are never gonNA make it. To, heaven the way God intended which is I want to come to underneath meet not just those who believe a certain political viewpoint but we gotta run and Brian Tomir the best and let's do it again as things become more turmoil, we gotta talk in September and October about the election and how that doesn't involve itself necessarily in religion. Well I'm happy to take a swing William always an honor to be with you Brian Thome. You're a great American God. Bless you and God bless crossroads. Thank you. All right let's continue with more Brian Thome. Your calls are next to five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, seven, hundred, eighteen t reds back tonight against Kansas, city, fortunately, it's the royals and not the chiefs on newsradio seven, hundred WWL W. Good. Always going to win it's always good when we win Broadcasting. More testimony the judge. Don Gentry. Matter. Gate say his got going you come into the snakes dead you're gonNA. Get Bit. These days. More action today now Kenton County Family Court judge the home of Rob Sanders. Attorneys things are. A good friend along with Boone County Zone Linda Tally Smith. Try those two together hanging in judges over there I, don't know but alleged a g proposition attorney. Catherine SCHOLTZ WHO's an attractive course female attorney it all began when she was sitting. I found the judge sitting on a bathroom floor with a profuse nosebleed. So I've been over to try to help her with nosebleed she grabbed me. And kissed me which I cooperated with. And then we stood up and had a glance in a moment. Don't ask you a question you've been with I'm sure the hot chicks like I have been all. Wife Fox, news yes sir. But I would you find attractive for a woman to be in a bathroom? Without a women. Roddy. Nur's. Kathryn Schultz's female or perverts. So she goes in to check on the judge and she is bleeding from the nose and pulls her in for a romantic kiss and what and then they had a moment. Why is that I know Tom I don't know the sidelines rock with the colts. Hot Chick and all of a sudden like one of the big stars, all of a sudden. Bleed and what are you go over and like try to hold his nose or something to say, Hey, hey, got your badge back. That's all you're not gonNA, kiss time for a warm in. Britain not. You. Have a moment now cared for a moment. Right there in the bathroom or does that Later. The question. So Catherine Solti for an attorney posted said, she received a message from judge Gentry on snapchat asking her to go to a conference a legal conference for family. Court matters in Louisville to quote arth have sex with Stephen. Me Steve is her minister slash employees defend rose. Was Stephen Penrose. Penrose worked on Gentry's case. I bet as a specialist more ways than one was her former pastor and. bandmate in the band south of CINCY. So Jank. Bands. Garage. Bands. Yes. And she said on another occasion. She found herself she just found herself Kathryn Schultz's found myself. I'm. Just happened to find myself penrose basement with judge jets ridges, what the and we've been drinking in a bar and Covington just having a find ourselves there. And suddenly, this needs to be a reality show. Live in this area I saw. Catherine Scholtz said I didn't know how to take these advances from the judge. But that work. Thank you Catherine, showed, said she believed that judge gentry would give her unfavorable rulings based upon her performance. Now in your legal, no, no, you're never happened never have. Never saw like a major judge no in by touch NATO such. Hotel or? The date. crusher. Crush her nose. I. Don't see me in the locker doing anything. I don't sit I like I said anything's possible but that is not possible. It got so bad for Catherine. Schultz the attorney working with judge Gentry had what she thought was a major heart attack. She reports Er on May Thirteenth Twenty nineteen. She's only like thirty five years old and she was having diagnosing anxiety panic attack. She. Then there's a lot resigned from the court and said, that's it. I can't take it anymore. This is hard to follow his essentially claiming herself that'd be the victim and all of this. Absolutely. Not. Her fault. Good found herself. found. A basement ever found yourself in a basement drunk. Usually I've I've walked myself down. Saying, you've found yourself. I'm trying to find myself now I can't do it and court personnel testified quote quite early quite often in the early afternoon, there would be laughter and squeaking and sexual moaning from the judge's chambers that this is day two of the House is going to I wanted to last. Gaber go on. Man. Talk about anything cove it. I don't want to talk about things. The Judge Linda Tally Smith Phone County with Bruce's McVeigh exclusive interview and Reverend Rose, and get it all together and let's get. Dirty laundry out what a stooge would be and hurt guy she was nicknamed Chiquita. Queen. Goes. Why it's Okay. She was she liked Chiquita's I. Guess. She was the queen of the Chiquita autocratic. That's the prosecutor. What happened to her? She was defeated in the primary okay and the murder case supposedly that was screwed up because of the relationship between the prosecutor and the chief best? GATOR Bruce McVeigh. That just gave me a headache. Thank you. Thank you. Is the victim claiming there was some circumstances that may have negatively impacted their case. Yes. The defendant said that that Linda Tallies. Smith. Hid evidence that Bruce McVeigh brought up that indicated that the truck driver who was outside the warehouse was the guy who actually guild the secretary inside and it was all all hell broke loose. Where's Rob Sanders while we need on? Yeah seriously I have no idea I I don't know I hiding. I don't know what to say. This is how long I mean. When do you think a judge will make a decision I'd say, take your time your time we need more evidence. Yes He. has to go over the evidence to write more very mostly. If I'm judd and she's thirty nine years old and she's married by the way to a male judge in boot and getting. So what got to coach couldn't make. If you get to in this. What do you do? Look I'm sorry sorry I got to find God I gotta find. The Lord and I'm resigning you don't say they go when they. What to do is put everything in the public domain I. Want my lover's. Employees I want the groaning I went the bloody kiss I want it all. Let's get into public is that what you would do? You do that wouldn't you? Why not? Going to take a few times month off paired. Off. Whatever she don't know lotion can't find herself. I Have Brian Hammer gone twelve to twelve thirty saying this stuff happens all the time I'm going. I don't see Judge Patrick. St. Dank may have happened to a prosecutor. Will the into port pros every local tempstar heating and air conditioning dealer side? Tempstar. Quality Say Cincinnati Calls Sheldon Braun at brought heating three, eight, five, seventy, seven, sixty, five. Clermont County prosecutors remains Kathy Adams saying in a small wonder there to just go into Lord how This stuff see Butler county doesn't have this 'cause sheriff. Jones according to Clermont County Prosecutor Kathy Adams Clamor County Prosecutor who involves herself in methamphetamine dealings Get up and go to work come home and eat dinner and I'm going how are you serious and this hurt recruiting one bit and hug you and talk about somebody. With a little bit of activities on a table in a restaurant in Lexington right there. Rick Pitino there's Rick. There's record their. Indian necklaces. Service the waitress after hours with a spell allegedly allegedly with a special. Well, he admitted to it but he said he was. Shall We? found. Just found himself inside of one afternoon and then. I don't know I'm on a table. And so I I don't know what happened. She kept her et Cetera et kept hitting salt shaker out. All. But he said it was one of those moments was. I lost control of myself and I found myself inside a waitress. Well we all got problems say that's for sure in fact, you've posed naked in a cornfield in new town. So did you you were right next to me? Some. Very Debbie Lens on you don't you don't tell the other half story that was for a charity calendar for a Garden Club Marty and Joe were in that too. Can you believe there's photos of Marty and Joe Naked in a Cornfield? Is. That Pot Marta was into wheelbarrows in who US right? I don't know how these things I found myself they corn facility. Lightning here folks that's what we're talking about. I said, look I'll do it with say getting naked if Marty Brennaman Joe Nuxhall or there, and they do the same thing and I thought okay I'm. Sick. I'm free of this thing. I said what? I'm going. Joe What they said well as for good said, Marty tell me not to take your clothes off. He's an ally I. Word. So he's there naked in a wheel barrel and look at it for. Hello Give me some sports. Willie registered royals wind it up tonight coverage begins at five forty are carriers site pitch Kelsey Chevrolet extra show after the game bengals receiver John Ross left camp. He's caring for his young son after the boy and the boy's mother tested positive for covert nineteen in. Los. Angeles besides that of the pictorial muscle being enjoy at trae Wayne Mike Daniels official bengals. Deal today over the Washington football team says there's not gonNA. Be Any home not fans at home games the Dallas Cowboys. Plan to play their, games in front. Of Fans. because. Jerry Jones wants said Green Sal Salvation. If a restaurant can have twenty-five percent occupancy, why can't stadium? Why can't you go every third row every third seat let people in have one entry point one exit point I'll take longer. Of course you have the temperature checks but can we not attempt to do this? Why is this impossible to do? You're making no sense at all pleased him let's see the master system asked us golf tournament last season. He'll well, no patriots. Aka. Fans in Augusta. Outside on the golf course, there will be fans. And the hallowed halls of golf. When you go to the GBP as I understand it segued never pays for anything you walk in with a tech data scanned you walk to your seat do you have a mask on and you sit there outside watching a baseball game? Now. What is the problem with them more? You don't even have money you you take your car ticket and Let's tick him attendance at the Kentucky. Derby September fifth will be limited to less that fourteen percent total capacity at Churchill downs no general admission and the Infield will be closed. So they're they're doing it right? They're finding a way to have okay. Fourteen percent what about the bengals won't be able to enable having said anything all they have is twenty five percent capacity. Anyway we got an update on the cardinals. No negative test since Sunday. If that continues through today their season, Kim resume Friday in Chicago against the White Sox the cardinals last played on July twenty nine. Five Games right. Reggie. Address or there a minimum amount of games you have to play to be standings in the playoffs and all that the other day they had of makeup they've had to make up forty six games and fifty five days. The cardinals have to play a lot of doubleheaders pretty much. So so probably while seven innings, probably longer than the Columbus blue jackets played last night. So by Friday, the reds would have played one third of their season about twenty games. Correct and rams play a Saint Louis I believe next week. But like after two, let's see what happens hopefully no brawls. Not. Rocky. Clermont County prosecutor. Is. Important. Methamphetamine drug trade. The Reverend Penrose gets a job would not Lyndon Tally Smith chooses judge gentry. And hanging in Bang and bringing his musical instrument into her sacred chambers and she strumming a guitar. Listening to. Groans of sex. And more sex. Lennon Tally Smith Judge Nolan. I mean, maybe these notes that are not going to do it again. Thank you. GimMe a ruling, judge Gimme a ruling. Keep going for another week and a half place. Lastly what about the Ohio State Buckeyes? I watched the this morning Smith talk about whether he may join Nebraska and playing. He said Look we've been here for one hundred ten years. We're not leaving the big ten and we're also not leaving one hundred million plus we attained during the course of a football season from football and I don't WanNa take away. DOT The. I this year right. But how do you find the extra hundred Millon in the horseshoe? What do you? mean but maybe you do something you get footballer he maybe you get a quarter of that something versus absolutely nothing there's GonNa be. So this'll be a disaster in the spring. What about Because they always say. All will allow the first round picks will won't be able to play be thirty. Got I think there'll be. Four. Hundred guys. Potentially that won't play 'cause air all these kids. Now we're going to leave I'm going to play in the League if there's even a smidgen of little bit of a hope that they're gonNA play the next level I. Don't think they're gonNA plan they're going to have to push back the the draft, right but then you're asking them to play like a season even as five to seven games and then go right into the combine and right into the draft and. Twenty game season. The NFL player safety. My you know what will be stupid. Only, deer park kids could do that. They practice absolutely going to school saint shipping opens today or Monday whatever their park those kids are tough. I was told today say next of the Fifth Fourteen Sixteen hundred kids only twenty are gonna go all remote. Twenty I want to go to school I wanNA. Live my life. Or they're courageous no one at deer parks or most of them can't read and write but that's okay. Kind of like me. Iraqi. Thank you very much segment out of the report in honor of judge. Don Gentry. Will in honor of a cloudy day here in the tri-state and we thank you, Mr Lindner at one hundred years old for our multi shakes about that. United. Under, years old. Thank you. We leave you with the immortal words of the stew report as I glanced at it. I had a Louisiana thought of maybe that look like an ally condo around his neck was so big. Sounds like a tape recording and judge Gentry's chambers. Segments heard that Tempstar air-conditioning. Quality you can feel. Rocky. Thank you. Thank you. Continue what stop by anytime. Rock. Senator. Rand Paul is next. What Senator. Be heard any of this. You won't come on newsradio hundred. W W. This stuff. Try new protein shakes united dairy farmers and dip to order media protein shakes are packed with twenty five grams or more of high quality protein and classic taste great after a workout or whenever you want to boost more power to you with delicious new protein shakes only at UDF. Billy Cunningham the great American, let's continue with all the chaos Washington Lisa loose one US senator that is proposing positive ideas. Maybe change the direction of where we're headed that a senator Rand Paul, the Great State of Kentucky where I was born in Covington and Senator Rand Paul welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show and senator how are you? Very, good bill. Thanks for having me. Chaos confusion reigns supreme. We're GONNA talk about your pandemic pay and Tax Relief Fund School Act Before we go there I had a call about a week ago. That was a shocker. I had a regular caller say to me. How come we can keep borrowing right now it's about twenty, seven, trillion at another three or four, trillion to it at some point thirty, trillion dollars. Why don't we ever worry about the deficit? I've gotten one call like that out of thousands. I know how you feel about the deficit is that something senators and representatives actually care about is the deficit. And the. I THE PEOPLE STILL? Do you know the tea party started as a movement against big government big spending Republicans we were concerned with the debt. We were concerned with the Constitution we were concerned with the separation of powers and you're right. It doesn't seem people in Washington are really listening in the Senate. It's very lonely place. It's often Mike Lee, and I standing against spending occasionally we get a few more right now there might be twenty of us. They would vote against another trillion dollars in borrowing and spending but you know that means there's about thirty Republicans and all the Democrats who don't care at all Republicans pretend to Care Democrats don't even. Bother to pretend they do not care about the deficit, but unfortunately, a little over half the Republicans are pretending to care. We'll vote for any spending bill that comes down the pike. One of the morning talk shows it was either Schumer or policy talked about the American people seventy, five percent of the American people want us to spend three point four, trillion dollars. The people are with us, and of course, if somebody should we spent three point four trillion are one point one troy to benefit each individual person it's GonNa be the higher number but ultimately, there's going to be chickens come home to roost at some point now talk to us about your pandemic. Pay, and also we're talking about tax relief for struggling families. First of all Senator Rand Paul explained one of your three proposals. You know we're talking about borrowing another trillion trillion and a half the Democrats want to borrow three trillion one way to pay for it would be to freeze public spending freeze government spending. You don't even have to cut a penny, but you don't let spending go up under the normal increases that it gets each year and believe it or not. We're about a three year period. You'd save about two and a half trillion dollars. If you simply freeze spending at current levels I think it's the least we can do. In fact I have proposed the penny plan to cut at least eight percentage point. and. I find most people are accepting that if you're not in Washington and not elected office, even people who want government spending say look you know you get the same amount that last year you'd get ninety nine percent of what you got last year. We just can't keep doing it and they're usually most people even liberals will not their head and less there in Washington, and then both Republicans and Democrats think that the the world would come to an end. If we didn't keep spending more money what about the tax relief for family struggling from government mandated shutdowns I've pointed out often Senator Rand Paul. Nine hundred, Fifty, seven, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty, eight, nine, hundred, nineteen America was struck by more severe pandemics than we're being struck today but the government reaction was different on recall Lbj or Eisenhower shutting down the economy sending people home don't open up UK don't open up. Louisville don't open up UCI I don't recall shutdown the foot college football. None of that happened we simply kept going. What is your sense about tax relief for struggling families mandated by government shutdowns? This is a government created depression and people need to not lose sight of that seven hundred thousand people in Kentucky are out of work because of one man governor, Bashir economy down, and he's proud of having all the power. I call him drunk with power, but he also needs to accept the responsibility of seven hundred, thousand people out of work. One small thing we could do the really we have to open the economy. That's all you can do to fix this. There's no amount of money and John No amount of money. To fix it. But one thing we can do to temporizing and make it a little bit better would be to people to deduct expenses for working at home that would be Internet service online service computers Etcetera, and really I think those ought to be normal business expenses anyway, and so we should let people deduct tell of those things and that would help a little bit. But all of that nothing we do of dollars we bought nothing we'll fix the situation till we open again and here's the danger. In two or three months they're going to be back asking for another couple trillion, and if you give Democrat governors who were shutting down the economy and some Republicans, you give them money against what they'll keep behaving in the same way they will keep it close. The only incentive they have is they're gonNA run out of tax receipts in the State Treasury, and they'll realize after open the economy, but if we bail the state out. To do the wrong thing. Long before you were a senator, you're a medical doctor you know more about these businesses and most of us do, why do you think in Twenty Twenty Democrats and Republican governors including Mike Dewine is shutdown Ohio for like eight weeks. Now, we're back out at opening up a not Kentucky and their popularity share and dewine or like the most popular governors in America I seventy percent and why do you think? Even, though we had more serious pandemics at least three times in the past that the leaders at that point did not shut things down where did it come medically necessary to shut down the economy to solve a problem that at least in Ohio, effects under one hundredth of one percent of ohioans in Kentucky it's a low number two. Why? Why did we shut down the economy to solve a medical problem? This is an example of unfortunately technology. Then driving bad decision making, we never had the ability to test for these viruses. We had indirect tests, but we never had the ability to test so many millions of people for it. So we never knew how many people had it. We also tribute almost everything that walks in breathes and ended up dying we attribute Kovic, the numbers get inflated there but here's the big news. There's huge good news out there and everybody American needs to hear this number one they've already gone two weeks past the high incidence of infection and Florida Texas. California Arizona there about a week or two pass the peak of death the desert much lower than New York, and here's the kicker. No one's talking about this. New York is not getting any new infections and barely having any deaths and it has nothing to do with government has nothing to do the lockdown. They have achieved immunity I believe in New York and I believe Florida Texas? Arizona. And California are now to have enough immunity. They're not going to get this again foul she won't tell you this nobody will tell you this but I believe that they have achieved immunity. One of the reasons is about a third of the public have antibodies but here's the other thing they're telling you this now but they wouldn't tell you this. A third of the public has some immunity because they've had previous colds caused by krona vars they're in the same family, not be identical virus but similar enough that you have enough immunity in your memory system that you're able to combat this, and that's why in virtually every. Age Group even the older age groups virtually ninety percent or more are mildly symptomatic array symptomatic because they already have some immunity to this because the common cold is also coronavirus along with dozens of others, and so if one has the cold a couple of times last winter, your immune system, t cells understandable I recognize that and it beats down the infection. I'll give you an example before we talk about your school to empower parents. The Nation of Sweden and the country, and which is a nation and the state of Michigan ever about the same number of people, which is about ten million. Sweden did what should have been done, which is protect the vulnerable everyone else get to work they did not wear masks not socially distant and through Sunday night Sweden head five, thousand, seven, hundred, sixty, three, deaths, fifty-seven, hundred deaths, the state of Michigan. Under Governor Gretchen will whitmer shutdown shut down the schools to factories etc. Michigan also has ten million residents Michigan as of Sunday night at six, thousand, five, hundred deaths. Hot Eight hundred more deaths and the state that shutdown as opposed to a nation that did not shut down. What does that tell you? It tells you the viruses doing things regardless of the shutdown shutdown doesn't necessarily help. Sweden is close to the natural history, but so is Brazil and India and south, Africa, and most of these places in the Third World or second world are really unable to do all the mitigation stuff and you're GonNa get essentially with the natural rate is so Sweden ends up having sort of the natural death right? They did some social distancing but didn't shut things down interesting New York City shut everything. Down and CUOMO's a hero to the left and yet they're rate is three times greater than Sweden and yet they all hate Sweden because they hate freedom they hate the idea that individuals would decide their risk and decide whether to go to the store where a mass they want big brother to tell you everything because that's what they believe. That is their philosophy. So this isn't just about science this get ready to watch more of what you love with Xfinity X. One like live sports and more. With the XFINITY sports zone looking for more streaming APPS, they're all in one place xfinity X. One is the ultimate entertainment experience. Click. Business Store today restrictions apply not available in all areas about the philosophy of collectivism versus individuals deciding their own risk. I have the global statistics from Sweden Sweden has. Confirmed positivity rate of about seven percent New York. City is eight point four percent Sweden has had fifty six deaths, fifty, six deaths per one hundred thousand New York state has one hundred and sixty eight, which is three and a half times more people have died in New York. City per one hundred, thousand than Sweden. New. York, city. Largely, shutdown and Sweden largely did not. The disease will do what the disease does and then how we react to it doesn't matter. Much, if you're in California New Yorker Sweden Ohio Kentucky, it is what it is and I love you saying this that I've seen this and it's not well published. Those of us that have had colds those of us who have type a positive blood have different immune system to someone that doesn't, and lastly Senator Rand Paul talked to me about the school situation. You want to propose a bill in the United States. Senate called the School Act to empower parents please explain. Your school won't open up parents ought to be allowed to take their kid to another school which kids are doing this middle income class kids are already doing this, but four kids don't have chance. So there's money that is distributed from the Department of Education. It's called title one funds and the federal government it goes to the school districts. I would let me go to the parents now go in the form of outer. So it'd be a piece of paper that says you have this money and you can take it where you want. Do you WanNa go across town from the school that you're in right now says how thirty percent of Kids can't read or write you WanNa go to one school in the suburbs. It has a reputation in your kid. We'll probably there you can do that that school choice we'd let people do it. We let you go to a private school parochial school home school you name it we let the parents decide and guess what competition will drive the school scope and backup already in Maryland they're trying to shut down the private schools because they're afraid that the kids from public school will go to the private school and show that it's okay and that they'll lose these kids to another school. So they're trying to ban school in the private school so. We got a lot. We can't let these people run our lives. We have to open up the economy again and open our schools. No question is there I've seen some say that the Democrats, and the Teachers Unions WanNa, keep things shut down until November third that they're willing to sacrifice. The American economy get Biden elected do you believe that? I think that you know have a lot of family members who are teachers have nothing but respect for teachers but you can't let any occupation vote on whether we want to go back. I mean if if I said to all, you know Bill Cunningham would you like to collect your salary and not have to your Radio Program Oh, that sounds like a good. Yeah wouldn't do any work and I'd still get my salary so it doesn't make any sense. But what we should do is reassure the teachers particularly the younger teachers that the death rate between those between ages eighteen and twenty five about ten in one, hundred, thousand it's very low death rate and teachers can safely go back. What they're getting is CNN CNN and MSNBC or scaring everybody to death, and they really think they're going to die when in reality the kids. Don't die from this. The younger teachers won't, and we should use some precautions and if there's a big outbreak, maybe we do closed some schools down. Well, never know unless we open we've got an open them to find out what we really need to do off the Americans now living existed when we got the Plymouth, rock would still be hugging that rock. We wouldn't left I tweeted this out a couple of days ago nurses, doctors, truckers, kroger employees, McDonnell workers, or tar during the height of the Cova. Their lives were at risk. Now, kids must be back in school. Do Teachers Unions say teachers are too afraid to teach. Are they as essential as beggars at Kroger and what I'm trying to say is we know there's difficulties in life March April May and June. The truckers rolled there were nurses and doctors reporting to work knowing what the risks were imagine being an ems emergency personnel imagine being a firefighter. or a doctor Koldo is seen what covert nineteen patients and a homeless encampment that these individuals put life and limit risk in their health to go to work because it is their job to go to work it's teacher's job to go to work teachers need to work kids need to learn America needs to succeed understand the thrust of what I'm saying on my twitter account we gotta get back to work. Yeah and the thing is is if you have a teacher that sixty five years old and smoke cigarettes for thirty years and has emphysema make allowances for them, figure out a place for instead of in front of the classroom. But fifty percent of the teachers are between ages twenty, two and forty five. There's absolutely no reason unless had cancer or on chemotherapy or something that they shouldn't be teaching and their death rate is lower the seasonal flu and this is something people don't want to understand. But for kids, this is less dangerous than the seasonal flu for those ages eighteen to forty five less dangerous than the seasonal flu above age forty five, it starts to put the other way and when you get above age eighty, it's significantly more dangerous than the seasonal flu not nearly what they tell you but it is still dangerous but we've gotta get away from this notion that Oh, my goodness, our teachers going to die eight you know from age twenty to forty five most of the. Teachers are barely going to get sick if they get sick at all, they've also done contact tracing studies where they find out whether kids spread this very well and China, the Netherlands England and Iceland nationwide study showed that the kids were poor vectors. Kids were poor transmitters, not impossible but poor transmitters this disease because they're a symptom attic they're not coughing anything up they really are not very good at spreading this disease and That's why you see now since I've said this for three months the. Stories. Now on. CNN AND MSNBC or trying to counter that because they wanted to be afraid and they're going to try to prove that somehow kids are a big danger when in reality, the mortality rate from kids is much less than it is for the seasonal flu Senator Rand Paul. You're a great American and thank you again for coming on the Bill Cunningham show God speed, and good luck. Thank you, senator. Thank God. Bless America let's continue with more Senator Rand Paul on newsradio seven hundred the. I'm Billy Cunningham and here's the deal was Senator Rand Paul. He's an ophthalmologist, a real medical doctor. I hear all these stats, all so-called experts telling young men, and if you're eighteen, nineteen, twenty, twenty, one, twenty, two, you're a man by legal definition who WANNA play football. That these terrible things are going to happen if they play football. And that so many kids have already been infected without noticeable results the great majority of time and these things are happening. Without, them being in school, right? Because no one is infected now with results for March April may or June or July it's happening now August or September. So the implication is well, if we go back to school and those who play. Men's soccer women's soccer those who play. Football or basketball. You know if we don't play football then everything's GonNa be Great. They'll be home. With no testing no masks no quarantine units no expectation of performance. So if somebody could say, okay, don't play football and everything's GonNa be okay. The implication being if we play football, everything's going to be terrible that is a false choice. The best thing to do is to be in high school and in college doing your damn job and enjoying yourself and living out the American dream can I say too many times and the State of Ohio Kentucky Indiana and the general population under one hundredth of one percent have died a covert nineteen. Ten Times more have died under the age of eighteen of drowning. Swimming Pools Lakes and ponds. Let's get your reaction seven four nine seven thousand bill. Cunningham newsradio seven hundred W. All w Cincinnati. News traffic and weather news radio seven hundred w ell delicate Cincinnati. The chief says it was an inappropriate use of force. This is the two thirty report I met speaking now. Held Accountable Prosecutor Jodi leaders is now looking at the police involved shooting yesterday afternoon that left a drug suspect injured. It happened at the Shell Station and the twenty four hundred block of Compton and involved a struggle as a suspect thirty-seven-year-old Andre. Thomas allegedly tried to escape police Cincinnati police chief Elliott Isaac says it was an inappropriate was appropriate for officer John Brown had his gun drawn but ultimately too much force was used according to the chief says the officer admitted that the gun accidentally discharged? This'll contact. Absolutely. Once you get into this situation are also expected to be resistance with a reasonable level of force. There was no weapon introduced on the part of Mr Thomas. So that is definitely something that we will. We'll take a look at. It appears in by the on by the officers zone explanation. This is probably not. That probably this. The chief saying it was not an appropriate use of force. She says the suspect who has a long record is in the hospital recovering from shot in the lower back is charged with drug possession and resisting the microphone I had no idea that sensitive. Oh. On Broadcasting for your own. Segman your Buddy Joe Biden is made the selection of Kamala the head hunter. Let let they get your get your take a good bad or indifferent I've been for the Democratic Party it's good and I think It's going to be positioned by the media as like a housewife suburbanite wife issue that she's a woman. Now I have a speech she did and what she said I would become the first Asian American to become president when she was running and then she gave another speech in which he said be the first Jamaican. Become President I'm so I went back in our history. And I have a text here. Yum. If I may share with you from one of my devotees, go listen to me with a question. Are you ready for the question always Joe Biden? Has Selected Kamala Harris as his VP. If Crazy Joe cannot serve out the full term. which I think is likely. Although I wish Joe Biden, a long and productive life outside of office but he's suffering diminishing greatly, Mentally Kamala Harris cannot be. The, president. An anchor baby mothers from India father is from Jamaica on. Neither were American citizens of the time of rebirth that means the presidency would fall on speaker of the House Nancy. Pelosi. Reasonably Nancy stated that she was next in line to become the president. That hung in and of itself as vote in November for trump Democrats have worked a whole scenario out voter fraud is in the works to get Nancy Pelosi is president. So Kamala Harris, this is somewhat peculiar as you know segment being a political. Mabon. Correct. Barack Hussein Obama's father. was a Kenyan correct as you know, yes. His mother was a Kansas White left winger who met Barack Hussein Obama Senior So. Is it fair to say that? Who Santa Mama's mother was not African, American. Because, she was a white Kansan. Is. It Fair to say that his father Barack Hussein Obama was a Kenyan wasn't an American. Now. We have Kamala Harris, her mother. Is An Indian from India. Will may not have to worry about it 'cause they're both GONNA lose right to the trump and they both lose. Then we don't have to worry about I. Don't have a constitutional crisis now act the argument is that WHO becomes Vice President? Is that that that No loud mouth. Nadler no or what's his name the other guy? Windsor as you continue to battle. You mean mean Senator Schumer Yeah Him. Well, as you know, if the vice presidency is vacated as was in one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, four. Yes. With with Gerald Ford. Well. He's selected Nixon here's a question for you. Segment Spiro. Agnew went to the joint too. Didn't he? Yes, he did. Damore. Joint who was convicted it is. A dreadful situation. Thank you bread. Now, who became the selected Vice President? Confirmed by the Senate. Because as you know. I in Nineteen, seventy, four I got the guys I got the guys when mixing my head when Nixon went north or shall I say West and left? Yeah. The VP became the president was Gerald r Ford. And Ford head to go to the Senate. And he nominated a person to become. The vice president. This. Is Driving Me Crazy Austin knows who of course Gimme, GimMe Gimme initials. And? Nelson Rockefeller and go right there. So when you're asked the question, what happens when Joe Biden who's mentally shall we say dull? CanNot Continue. Kamala the head-hunter that Kamala who just recently passed away. Correct. And that was Kamala Ugandan. Yes. In peace. So what would happen? Tomorrow superstar. Susi and I WANNA. Thank you all. Super Thursday Lewis Tomorrow's Hunter. Stupor Thursday, but it is Thursday he predicted that the once. So then come all of the head hunter a Nigerian. Giant would go would nominate a person to become vice president and the Senate would confirm. There's no way Joe Biden and his condition can't figure can say for you you know what the best thing is. The trumpster wins again, if that happens and all this anchor-baby Jamaican, but she said to a group of Indians from India I am Indian she said Jamaicans from Jamaica I am Jamaican Mon- I am Jamaican and now she says two parts of the suit to different parts of the world. Then then she says, I'm an African American from Jamaica India Mon-. Segye reaction. The stooge reports of proud service over local tempstar heating and air conditioning dealers. Tempstar quality you could feel at southeastern Indiana Call Joe Eckstein Eckstein Heating Cooling eight one, two, nine, three to twenty, twenty, six. I've Aranjuez man to make an appearance. In CONNERSVILLE INDIANA. Really Connor. Leave. The the great American bubble for one reason. Barack Hussein Obama No. Oh I'm. GonNa. Speak. On Friday. Friday September the. Eighteenth. In CONNERSVILLE INDIANA. Do you know how to get there have no clue. I'm going to go I said. West. Just well, then you'll have to check your executive, GPS and get their google. I'm a mover and Shaker thank you, Tony Reds, royals today will he five forty with the carriers inside Pitch Kelsey Chevrolet, extra show after the game bengals made it official today by signing free agent and Pro Bowl defensive tackle Mike Daniels, and I think really she can become the president if her father is not a citizen from Jamaica Mon-. Her mother as a citizen of India she is was born in this country. And I believe she's eligible to become the president unless Nancy Pelosi takes over and golf the masters. In November will have no fat patrons I said almost fans. With no patrons on the grounds for the Masters and horse racing the Kentucky Derby. September Fifth and Beautiful Louisville the home Olympic Cunningham and Chris Mack what happened to her by the way we'll be limited to less than fourteen percent total capacity whereas A. Dog Pony you said you were but you now you gotta be honest I'm GonNa be honest with you. Segye law you're lying dog face pony soldier what the hell's that hit that again from Joe by a hat. You GET MEG on happy? Champion Alive Caucus. No you haven't you're live dot phase pony soldier you said you were but you now you got to be honest I'm going to be honest with you. Say. Why are you a lying dog face pony soldier I don't know I don't know what that is. Please continue. And the no general admission in the Infield is going to be closed for the Derby. Now, that is a crisis. When will Mike DeWine approve the reds to admit like ten thousand fans or eight thousand that I don't know Willie when when this starts to really go away don't you think I don't know I mean. Well I mean, if you're going allow the Bengals to have fans, I, mean the Washington football team formerly, the REDSKINS says, they're not gonNA have any fans at home games the Dallas Cowboys says, you know what they plan to play all their games in front of Fans I. I wonder if these guys know how to spell the word lodging. Thank you Marty. As as Jerry Jones going to have one hundred, thousand people every Sunday and Dallas he's no, it's GonNa. Be a number but he's in Texas the skins can I say redskins? Well, it's The Washington football team there in Washington and the politics a little bit different. That's for sure. That's for sure. So I think one is one and one is the other you get the government we deserve and that worries me greatly. Mom we can. Figure that out a November there goes my efforts to go downtown with ot are in the Ot our community council saying drugs, drunks, urine, poop, drug sales, homeless bums, and other degenerates proliferate throughout tr, and they're not getting help from CPA because they're standing down. Segye. Reaction. I don't know what to tell you. Well, he I can't remember the last time I went downtown. I'm going to be there Friday night to have dinner. I'm not afraid. I don't feel any me in my eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord. And Sports yes. Sir All give me out of the students. Report is Joe Biden and Kamala Harris is she the product? They're supposed to be in Wilmington Delaware well, pretty soon, lead in Ohio. Ohio know they're supposed to be in Wilmington Delaware soon aren't they are appearing together as a as this virtual thing I think conventions next week. Did you know that? Yeah. Okay. It's in. It's in Wisconsin. So they're going to go up there and talk but I don't think he's going. Only anybody's going are they. No say under one hundredth of one percent were acting as if it's the. Plague or the black death row acting as if everyone's going to die when in reality kids are much better off in school correct being masked, untested and sanitized rather than be at home. When none of it goes on correct I give me out of the students report will honor of a cloudy day here in the tri-state. But warm we leave you with the immortal words of the stew report quayle three seven. All created by. You know the thing. What is that thing I don't know. I'm sure we'll find out if he if he gets elected, WE'RE GONNA find out but you better get some notes. He doesn't speak dwell from the top. Shall we say in fact he had have printed notes to ask Kamala Harris the Nigerian princess through Jamaica India to come will you be my vice presidential candidates that what he said he said on the notes and he had his phone upside down. I'm not sure he's real literate when it comes to of course neither am I. With my apple device. Thank God I have my grandchildren assist me through this. Segment, thank you very much. Yes sir. Well, let's continue with more coming up next or your comments at five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand or pound seven, hundred eighteen t bill Cunningham with you to at least three o'clock or longer on news radio seven, hundred wwl. AM blessed to have about four minutes so with you until the rock takes over. WanNa share with you a post. I made about an hour ago on my twitter account, which is Willie W I L L I e seven hundred wwl w. Can I say this with all due respect to all my teaching friends whether it's Grade School High School Middle School College N K you Xavier. Uc Dare Park Cub Cath Muller Etcetera. This is a quote from the great American on my twitter. Account Teacher Union says that teachers are terrified to teach this year. Thank God that cops work firefighters show up and save lives nurses still perform well in difficult times heroes rise up and do their jobs with courage. Our teachers exempt from teaching are they essential? So. Understand where this comes from. All of us know and certainly have done apply to me but most of us know the risk inherent and one's performance of one's occupation or job. If you're alignment for the county if you're working for Duke I love Duke if you work for rump key, there's no group of Americans I respect more than rump key sanitation workers who physically work in every weather condition they get up and they work every day during Cova nineteen knowing that every year tragically in the country. Several. Dozen sanitation workers are killed or maimed by cars, but they get up go to work cops know when they go to work part of the risk of their job is getting shot becoming disabled possibly being affected by covert nineteen there's been nine hundred. Medical workers have died of covert nineteen in the entire country. So when you're a nurse or doctor respiratory therapist part of the work you deal with are those individuals who are infected are sick with a whole range of human maladies. and. So when you're a teacher, your job is to teach the young and old whatever it might be the disciplines that you're educated to perform. So well, when when I see beggars at Kroger and checkout clerks at Costco and those working drive through windows at McDonald's doing their job during covert nineteen knowing there's a risk inherent in meeting the public during a pandemic I respect them. Teachers have largely been off since the middle of March including all summer. Now, they're looking for a reason not to work instead of a reason to work it is your job to teach you're prepared to do it. Now, if you're sixty sixty five years, old underlying conditions or otherwise go to your superintendent jody principal and I bet they'll make amends for you in some way to keep you on the job but senator rand. Paul said about an hour ago. The great majority of teachers are under the age of forty five it is your job to. Are you how are you somehow nonessential? Are you as essential as a bagger kroger. During the pandemic and did his or her job as well as they could quit crying quick bellyaching teachers and do your damn job show up and do your job take precautions make sure the school district has kids on one side and not the other wearing a mask as much as possible six feet apart us plexiglas and get to work. It is your job to teach quit being a crybaby and teach. You may get more for me at Willie. Seven hundred wwl W twitter all day Bill Cunningham. newsradio seven hundred wwl W Cincinnati.

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"The. Billy, Cunningham, the great American at two o'clock today Governor Mike Von. Come, forward and. Give us a status. He said every every other every Wednesday. We're going to find out the numbers and move things. WHO's remers all over the news media in Cincinnati that one of our local counties probably Hamilton County. It's about to go from red to purple, which is all Hell's breaking loose? Shut things down, which has certainly put a wrinkle in the efforts of many superintendents to have some level of schooling, beginning the end of August, and of course there is a bill now pending in Columbus that would make. The date of February twenty six every day Dr Amy Act Day to celebrate former health commissioner, not being Dr Amy Acton the Columbus dispatch story out this morning, says Amy Act involved from bureaucratic obscurity to superstardom almost overnight, as she took part of into wines, televised briefings on the battle against the pandemic yard signs, bearing her name popped up in front of several homes, young girls dressed up in little white coats and imitated her saying they wanted to be like amy. Not In so much more plus a big story in the inquirer this morning by Jackie bore shirt Jesse bomber Ohio's new cornerstone is heat map was supposed to be more transparent, but many find it very confusing. Including Butler County County. And Clermont County Public Health spokesman. Keith. Roberson told the enquirer quote. Only seven deaths total six hospitalizations the last two weeks. So in the last two weeks, Clermont County has about a quarter of a million residents. There's been six hospitalizations in the last two weeks. Not move them from. Into the red category you're only now is a man of the forefront and covering the story objectively the investigative reporter Jack Windsor of WMF. Mansfield Ohio and Jack Windsor Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham. Show this afternoon Jack. How you doing. I'm sick, fantastic bill. It's always an honor to be with you in the seven hundred W W audience. Thank you for choosing today. Let's talk about Dr and. A very good friend as you know of of Tony Bender and he starting a petition drive in southwest Ohio. Dr Amy. Acting Day named February the twenty six year. Have your finger a little bit on the pulse of the lawmakers think. Larry Householder and bill sites and others are going to enact Dr Amy Acton Day and give everyone a day off February twenty sixth every year. No No I. I think they should enact a what I I like to call Hashtag down. The Don the data that instead of down your mask and on your Kate we should. We should have been diving the data from day one. That's what I think that those to say, but I could be wrong on a lot. Let's talk about this article in the inquire about Ohio's new. Curran Avars heat map was supposed to be transparent. It's confusing. Why is it so confusing to many especially when in Hamlin County, when I talked to docks and those run hospitals, there are no crisis whatsoever. It is normal to be eighty to ninety percent full. They want to be about ninety five percent full, but right now they're not overwhelmed at all. But how many counties on the cost, maybe a two o'clock today we're going to go purple. Explain why it's confusing do. Well, it's confusing I'M GONNA! Give it a little bit of quick context because we started yellow. The CDC has a map based on several factors COVID pneumonia influenza, and how things are trending there, and the CDC actually found for the eleventh straight week that deaths attributed to current virus have declined they actually it below epidemic threshold, and when you look at their map, if you to CDC dot, Gov and you look at their Cova de section. Section what you'll see is that the entire country actually has what's called the minimal activity level, so the the key code isn't spreading with the exception of Florida and Louisiana. They're listed as low, but three headlines were being program to think that Florida is in code purple, and it's not, and that's kind of how this has been teed up to us Look at the health emergency system. Had some major fundamental flaws, and they're leading us back the lockdown and potential mandated mass wearing even outdoors, so it has seven in. Each county, interestingly if the county triggers zero indicators. The can do is yellow, so you can have zero indicators trip. You're not green your yellow, and then it goes from yellow to orange to red to purple, so this Advisory Assistant measures each county on the following indicators, new cases per capita increases in new cases, not congregate cases. Emergency Room visits outpatient visits hospital admissions. ICU that occupancy, so let me just quickly point to. A couple of things no weight. is given to death. On the new match, so. Let's go back to the beginning of your statement, you said the CDC on its website says that the entire country is almost not even an epidemic, much less pandemic. Me Because I think that's important. Because the CDC by checked objective standards, says the deaths every day for the last twenty, one to thirty days have gone down, but the media and I think the government. Especially local governments are drum-beating idea role about the Lai explain how significant is. That's a CD CDC says Ohio's Not Kentucky not in a panic. Significantly significant accent. You know if we're GONNA IF WE'RE GONNA quote the CDC then we ought to follow the CBC. We can't cherry pick information from the CDC for eleven straight weeks or death certificate data reported declining percentages in depth, and so they said look what currently below the of the epidemic threshold, which means that this thing is not the epidemic status. It's not spreading the way that we hear in the press. Conference is right. What we hear is that we have this massive community spread and you know if I had. Half an hour an hour. I'd love to dive into this new advisory system and show you that if you for example, new cases per capita increases in new cases, not congregate cases. If you have a pop up location, or you increase passing at all in your community. Understand you're not testing in congregate settings. People are going out of curiosity, not a sickness, the pop up locations, or if they want to go to the hospital to get deferred care they're increasing their testing outside the congregate living setting. So if you increase testing, you could actually trigger. A three of these indicators right out of the gate and you're you're at an orange level. Now you only need to trigger to other indicators to be read, and when you dive into what's going on in Hamilton and Butler and Clermont. Counties, it's testing and it's ICU and outpatient visits, but when you dive into that, there's a pdf when a county goes into the red. You Click on that that county it'll, it'll pull up. Up A pdf file for you, and that PDF file in and explain a little bit deeper. What's going on in the county? But what's going on in the county? The way that they had explained is really kind of misleading, because you can have eighty percent occupancy, or above in ICU, and they're using that as a trigger so for example I believe Hamilton County. I can pull them out if you WANNA, talk about. Half, my listeners in Hamilton, county, and the other half outside Hamilton, county, but when I talked to real life. Doctors like a Jewish UC Christ they're not in a panic mode. In fact, they'd never been in a panic mode. One point never doubted ten percent occupancy for those two or three months ten percent occupancy, ever losing a million dollars a day and right now they're not even close to where they need to be, and they don't have an influx of covert nineteen patients in any local hospital. Inquire reported that there's no uptick in hospitalizations and the only reason we have more positive testing because people on these pop up locations are going to be tested and their non symptomatic. Right and we've also received reports. Say reports. It's not one or two. It's multiple of people who go to pop up locations. Complete the paperwork and decide you know what I don't WanNa. Wait in line, and then they're contacted later to be pulled that they tested positive so somehow there's this automatic assumption that they're going to test positive until they test negative and they're literally getting indication that you tested positive. They're gonNA wait a minute. I didn't even wait around to test. So that stunning but. When you dive into these pdf files for example, you just talked about intensive care utilization well. Yes, I'm looking at Hamilton County right now. In intensive care utilization it did bump up over eighty percent. Look if I'm a hospital administrator. That's the minimum I. Want my ICU operating. At operating at ninety five percent, because that is expensive equipment, and you want to utilize that equipment to generate revenue that when you look at what's going on with Kobe patients and I see you. It's down around ten percent. Dip Down so I. See you capacity for Kobe patients around ten percent and. So people are scratching their head and going wait a minute if I'm actually generating revenue and profit from my hospital, all of a sudden that that puts me in my county in the red zone potentially and you know the other thing that they're being graded on. Is this seven day average of Kobe related healthcare visits and when you look at that, they break it out by emergency, department and by outpatient. Here's an interesting fact for you. Outpatient can actually include you calling your telehealth doctor, and that's how a health doctor can grade you on several things, the look at the clinical criteria and they'll. They'll look at the laboratory criteria and they'll look at the epidemic epidemiological link so if I call my telehealth doctor and I said look I have a headache. I have a sore throat and you know the telehealth doctor says. What do you have a fever? Yeah, I kind of feel hot. Well, actually the way that it works you. You only have to have to symptoms so if you have a headache and you have a sore throat, or if you have a measured or get this objective fever, if subjective, yeah kind of hot you literally candy diagnosed as as positive so these outpatient visits. Probably of a lot of telehealth visits, a lot of people blinded their their providers, and like you said they're testing a symptomatic, or we also know these tests can pick up antibodies strange. They've also been pulled by the CDC that these tests can actually pick up other Corona viruses AKA the common coal. That's ridiculous. That's ridiculous. Hospitalizations bill in Clermont Hamilton and Butler county. Zero, that's one zero. The last death and Clermont County. Seven six Hamilton was seven Butler was seven three. So, why would the governor two o'clock today? So you know what we gotta move you to Purple? Because thing that Kinda hoping and Cherry picking the data they wanted to find result. Dewine once defined result that we're in a crisis. Why is that true? Why don't we look at the data and say? Let's find the glass half empty. Instead of half full when I talked to docks. If you've had no deaths and the ICU's eighty percent, which is a bit low and of the eighty percent, ten percent or covert nineteen, and the ambulance is aren't reporting with hospitalizations and tell doctors. Chalk chalking up visits as being somehow covert related when they're not. How do you rely upon that data to drive public policy and shut down all the schools? You can't you can't if you increase testing and that testing like we said picks up some crazy things like a dramatic, or it's false positive, and then all of a sudden you have a surge in ICU, and maybe people are increasing their outpatient visits. That's not that's not indicative of spread, but all the sudden. You're in Code Red and you could. You could be going over coke purple, which means you really shouldn't go outside unless you need supply. Look I don't know. I'm wondering if it and I need to dig into this, or are we getting federal cares act. Dollars are are positive tests. Dollars, I mean that would make sense to me, but here's something that I think is is a huge issue to me. The biggest issue is anxiety and it's it's causing businesses, and all of us to be on edge and afraid that our county might be targeted the Cleveland Clinic. Just released a study outlining the rise and what they're calling broken heart syndrome caused by increased stress of the coronavirus. Pandemic people are dying from stress and anxiety, and I heard a stunning report over the weekend about in Ohio educator who took his own life because of the pressure associated with full mandates and Co that this is why I'm so passionate about the accuracy and the transparency of this information and I cannot. In good conscience, look at Clermont. Hamilton Butler zero hospitalization and zero deaths and say you know what we need to math and we need we need to. We need to shelter in place. It makes zero sense. It's scaring the hell out of people. It is in fact talks about the dangers of a kid, not being in school, which means they're in the community which means. means. They're playing baseball soccer. They're playing with other kids. Their playgrounds going crazy. It's not as if kids not in school. They're going to be in bubble. Wrap under a bed somewhere. They're going to be living their life and swimming. Whatever they're GONNA do so. The safest place to be is in school. The most risky place to be in the community were kids are getting. You belong in school I'm looking at the inquirer article today, but they're counting. What about the increase they've had an increase of two emergency room visits. Kobe nineteen related per day. Think about that and Butler county what which has about three hundred and fifty thousand people. There's to cove it related visits a day to the ER and no deaths in the past ten days, so that that moves them up dot almost a crisis, house pot. Jack Jack this stupid. Stupid. Stupid and if literally it's literally killing people the anxiety and the stress listed is covert real. Is it a health emergency outside of nursing homes now? I mean the data. The data in the sciences crystal clear on that it looked our kids. During this this this epidemic there were pandemic certified schools in the State of Ohio Eleven, hundred and thirty of them that were opened, and kids were going their kids from families whose parents are healthcare providers frontline workers working at these big box stores. You know what didn't happen. They weren't spreading. Because kids aren't spreading, they don't tell. Tell that a whole lot. There wasn't an outbreak. They're all over Europe, and look what happened there. They send their kids back to school. There was not an outbreak and you know when we talk about masking schools, kids are not gonNa kiss her not going to pass this virus by walking in the hallways. They don't need to be masked up in the hallways and if we want to really solve this issue if there are teachers who are in the older age. Age category that feel at risk. Okay, Great! Here's what you do you you them in through some sort of web axe, and you get somebody there to manage the classroom. Let the kids go and engage in the socialization and engage in the live learning environments. The the American Society of Pediatrics already said. That's what needs to happen and we've gotTA. Stop turning a blind eye to what this is going to do to our their kids, our kids and their ability to learn. Learn I'm a single parent I love having my daughter home, but guess what when I have to work fulltime, and I have to try to help her at seven years old. Step through the curriculum and do it the right way. That's not working, and that's not going to work for people. If this was killing, you know two million people I would get an in the united. States is not and we're making decisions based on emotion anecdotal. What is and it's crushing us. Lastly Jack Windsor when you said you went over this point quickly, but it's so valuable that in March April and May one critical workers had to use healthcare, and they had to put tens of thousands of their children together and healthcare. All those experiences resulted in no transmission from those children and fact there's not been one school child in Ohio between the ages of six years old and twenty five that have died covert nineteen I listened to some. Some of the shows that are objective, Dr Atlas was on with Martha McCallum last night. Saying it is absurd what we're doing to the children. If you care about children in their lives, the children belong in school for all kinds of psychological educational and medical reasons, and then if someone can't be there, because of their age or immune status ways of working around that, but he's the schools exist to educate children. They don't exist for teachers to teach. Custodians to clean cleanup or cafeteria workers have served string beans. The schools exist for the children and the children's interest must be paramount everything else Jack. Windsor I'm getting a note here. The possibly the governor is not going to be on till Thursday at two o'clock, and that's even more concerning to me because if he pops up Thursday two o'clock, and says Hamilton County is now purple. All Hell's going to break loose, but Jack once again Jack. Jack Windsor, WMF, and Mansfield, thank you be the voice crying in the Wilderness. We do not have a public health crisis unless you listen to the media, in which case all hell's about to break loose in reality, the health crisis is in nursing homes and things of that character. Let the American people work. Let the kids learn everyone else. Protect themselves necessary. Jack Windsor Good. Luck to you. Thanks for coming on again and God. Bless America thank you. God. Bless you God bless America. Thank you Jack Windsor. That makes a lot of sense. Your reaction now at five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand Bill Cunningham Newsradio seven hundred wwl w. Billy Cunningham I want to get your involvement in this because The next two days are going to be critical in Hamilton. Butler Clermont, and maybe Warren County. To make sure that we do not go into a purple status. A purple status would mean that were shutdown that schools are not going to open at all and all going to have shelter in place orders put on to us again by Governor Mike Dewine, and July sixteenth. and. I know they listen in Columbus. Is the one radio station in Ohio? That is heard throughout Ohio Kentucky and Indiana. It's hard everywhere, and it's critical that we communicate to our so called leaders in Columbus that we're not in the healthcare crisis in. Cincinnati, unless you're in a nursing home or a penitentiary or prison or Warren Correctional, institution or the Clermont County jail. We're not. We're not in a crisis. I want to share with you some. Some facts and we have mark and Donald with three lines open, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand tomorrow. We're going to have on Denise Treehouse to talk about him. In a county in specifics in every office holder I got up this morning, and spoke to four five in northern Kentucky Southwest Ohio I spoke to one in Butler County Not Richard K Jones one in Warren County one in. Clermont County and two and Hamlin County. There's a sense here on the ground. That the governor is about to make a dramatic move on Thursday, a sense, not a belief, a sense, even know the politicians I speak to speak to healthcare leaders at UC. Christ, Jewish mercy and. On a regular basis Bethesda on a regular basis because every day they get numbers from the hospitals. Who say okay. WHO's in your emergency room? What what are they marked into? And do have debts. And what did they die of? And how many tests do we have? I got another test from a good friend of mine. WHO said that? She had two employees who had lined up in order to be tested. They decided not to go through with it because time. This is what she said to me. One of my employees and others were in a long line to get tested. They left the line. But did not get tested. Having given their information two days later, they got phone calls. They were positive and they didn't get tested. There's mistakes everywhere in this regard, but here's some facts. I just googled many. Americans are in school and the answer is according to Google Eighty, two million. We're a nation of three hundred and thirty five million people. We have anywhere between seventy and eighty million in school. How important to school academically educationally? Socialization Hunger Programs Sexual Abuse Discovery Programs counseling programs schools important especially. Especially in dysfunctional parts of urban areas and poor rural areas. School is awfully important, so we prioritize school by spending most of our civil dollars in Ohio Kentucky Indiana on schools, whether it's a grade school middle school high school, Technical School Colleges, an Ku UK Louisville. State Xavier UC INDIANA. We spend billions of dollars every year in school because that's how important it is. So when you have eighty million schoolchildren eighty million. I looked at the CDC website. Right here! Our children at risk. By going to school, you heard John. Jack Windsor talk about the fact in March? April May and June when there were thousands and thousands of school age children in day care because their parents were mandated workers, they were essential and there was no outbreak. There were no deaths. There was no transmission. It didn't happen. This is a virus that is very lethal. If you're frail, elderly or compromise, it is a virus that is not very lethal at all to children. So in your own mind, according to the Centers for disease, control and Prevention. As of July tenth. July tenth which was what Friday close of Business Friday July the tenth. How many school age children in the United States of America? Didigova nineteen and the whole country. Eighty two million is the population of those in school. The answer is. Thirty. Not Thirty thousand. Three hundred thousand. Not, thirty million I said thirty. And! Majority of those were somehow compromised immunities because of cancer whatever it might be, but the total number is thirty under the age of fifteen and a typical year in America two hundred die of the flu in school, two, hundred, four, hundred, thirty, six, sadly killed themselves, six, hundred and twenty-five or homicide victims, and about forty, two hundred from unintentional deaths such as drowning. In addition to that, there's about six thousand who die in car accidents. So, we're for hitting kids going. Swimming. We're not, prohibiting kids from getting into cars. But we're going to prohibit kids going to school on school. Age Children Cove Nineteen. Thirty. Thirty. And the state of Ohio. Zero school children have died between the ages of six years old and twenty five zero. And now I know what you're thinking. Of course we have full lines. We're going to get. Back I have no guess schedule today with match time and likes quite a bit. So, she would me. I hear you now, saying well. What about the teachers? What about the cafeteria? Workers? What about the janitors? What about the social workers? Yes, that's that's important. A teacher's life is important I think Roger Fortin Professor Roger Fortin. Xavier how important he wasn't my life. I think about Jerry would todd history? My basketball coach deer park. How important real important I think about Mr Schaffer deer park high school. What a great guy I think about Hank. estes at deer park wonderful wonderful I think about Roy Dixon. Psychology teacher and I just love that guy teachers so important I. Think About Sister Monika An. And at Xavier I think about Father Bergemann and Father Schmidt and Father Bench in Father O'Connor teachers leaders very important to me. Teachers are important. But schools exist not to teach. Schools exist for children. Hate to use the term for the children s liberal, but this goes exists for the children eighty million of them when they are not at Risk Cova thousand nine hundred. Won't say zero, but the risk is zero point zero zero zero one. Much more likely to die on the way to school than in school covert nineteen. Can we get it through our thick skulls that children are not at risk of catching covert nineteen in school, and for those who are at risk, sixty percent of the teachers earn age of forty. If you're at risk if you're over fifty five sixty years old. You have to have special needs met I agree. Find a way to do it. Talk to your principles. Talk to the, Superintendent Guess what there's a way doing, but the function of schools is not to serve string beans, or not to clean up in the hallway or not. The teachers to teach the purpose of schools is to educate eighty million Americans. Go children and they need to be in school. To give me an example. In Chicago of covert nineteen. A total and the last six months of Chicago age school children between the age of six twenty to a total of two who have died a covert nineteen, both were immunity suppress but to. which is sadly happening every weekend through homicides in Chicago, so can we say and put it? NEON lights on every billboard school children are not at risk of catching and dying of covert nineteen. And for those of us who come in contact with school children, we need to protect ourselves as adults. Because right now I see kids playing soccer pickup games. I see kids caddying. I see kids landscaping. high-school boys that are getting ready for football lifting weights. They're living their lives, and if you check with those between the ages of about eight twenty two. They don't have any sense. There's a crisis going on at all. They ignore this stuff completely. The kids need to be in school. And if there are special needs of older Americans who work in and around the school, talk to the principal talk to the school board talked to the Superintendent and say these are my particular needs. How do we accommodate me so I can interact with the reason the school exist. Muller Highschool exist not for the teachers or the coaches. The exists for the students that that's the purpose of Muller, highschool or Covington Catholic or Lakota or Mason. That's the purpose is for the school children. Our Lady of victory exists because of the children. And doesn't exist because of the teachers. And, whether it's a she old or a amassed for the older folks whatever it is. Okay Now before I take calls one last thought. If you're not in a nursing home in the state of Ohio. which is thank God most of us. Ninety nine percent of us are not a nursing homes in the state of Ohio. If you're not in a nursing home in the state of Ohio. The fatality rate of ohioans is less than one hundredth of one percent. I'm talking about a number. Roughly three thousand ohioans died seventy percent in nursing homes that means about eight or nine hundred have died in the general population and the state of Ohio. Including Zero Schoolchildren divide that number by twelve million for easy figuring. Is Eleven point seven million supposedly highlands. It is under one hundredth of one percent, and the general population have died I, said under one hundredth of one percent. Clermont. County spokesman Keith. Robinson told the enquirer on Friday quote. Only seven deaths total so since March plasma counting has said seven total deaths seven and six months. Half of those nursing homes, so I assume three or four and the general population. Clermont County's population I just looked it up is. I'll give you a minute. It's about two hundred and thirty five thousand. So only seven deaths total in Plymouth County, and in the past two weeks a total of six hospitalizations Paradis Butler County is three hundred eighty five thousand residents. Clermont County is two hundred and six thousand Warren County is two hundred, thirty, five thousand, so the total of Butler, Clermont and Warren County is equal to Hamilton, county, which is eight, hundred, some thousand so Clermont County has gone into the red category. Causing some to leave Clermont County. But in the last six months, and a population of two, hundred, six, thousand in Clermont, county seven deaths and the past two weeks six hospitalizations. Which resulted in death? The governor put Clermont County and the red category. We're now read. And, Keith Robinson Clermont County cannot figure out. How in the hell do they go to read? It's impossible. Impossible. Not, talk about Butler county. Increase in Butler county small increase. They have to Cova. Nineteen. Hospitalizations per day. which is well less than zero point zero one percent of Butler county. Population Bother County is almost four hundred thousand residents throwing eighty-five thousand. Is that a health care crisis. Honestly what are we talking? Have we lost our frigging collective minds? How can anyone seriously say except in nursing homes that we're in a healthcare crisis, lastly before I go to your calls, we've got thousands on hold now. The media is engorged with the idea of Florida Texas Arizona and fact now ohioans. CanNot Travel to New York. Get off the plane until you're quarantine for up to fourteen days. I made two hundred trips to Laguardia, imagine getting off a plane showing your papers to state officials and telling you guess what you're quarantine for fourteen days. What where am I teamed? How do I get there? I don't know your quarantine. One of my going to be in bubble wrap put into stasis somewhere. If you take Florida. which has a population? Florida of twenty million. Twenty Million Floridians. There's about forty three hundred. Forty, three, hundred and Florida. New York State is thirty. Three, thousand. Eight Times Florida. Texas is thirty two hundred. Texas has thirty million residents thirty million. Texas has three thousand two hundred deaths Arizona as two thousand two hundred tests if you take Florida. And Texas and Arizona. That is less than one third of the fatality rate in New York less than one third, but the media is convincing all of us. That were about to die and that Florida. And Texas and Arizona is about the worst Ohio has about thirty one hundred deaths I. It's about three thousand and seventy five call at thirty one hundred seventy percent nursing homes that means about thirty percent of three. It's about nine hundred, nine hundred total high winds have died in six months, which is less than one hundredth of one percent and zero in the schools. have. We lost our minds. Unequipped talking. I want to hear from you. This is totally ridiculous. We go from yellow. Orange to red. To purple, maybe on Thursday, there's nothing from the governor until Thursday to and he's calling around the public officials, and this part of the state, getting more information, and from what I speak to them. Names not used. They are very concerned that one or two counties in southwest Ohio is going to go purple on Thursday at two o'clock. Which means were shutdown, swimming pools indoor dining bowling alleys. God knows what else schools of course schools. No school can open. And how long can we be there and as Jack Windsor just said. There's no objective measurement to go from yellow to orange to red to purple. How in the World Does Clermont County? Go into the red category when in six months. They've had a total of seven deaths, most nursing homes and six hospitalizations and the last two weeks and they're read. You can't avoid it. The governor will do whatever the governor wants to do. And then there's lawsuits to be filed by others. I had on Maurice Thompson last. Friday get him on again then the court say he can't do it. But then it's months down the road. It gets appealed in the meantime here. We're in the middle of July. The children must go back to school. They are not at risk. On I'm done talking I, WanNa hear from. You may have Markan. Aubrey Marian Jason Donald. Many others have aligned becomes available, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand. Can we deliver a message to the powers that be in Frankfurt? Frankfurt and Columbus? That were not sheep were not mushrooms living in the dark fed crap. We wanted to get about our lives. We understand the risk. The Great American wears a mask all the time. I wash my hands. I void crowds I. Don't like people at a nice hamburger last night in new town, but some good people but and everyone had a mask on, but you gotta eat a hamburger gonNA. Take your mask off right. Warren in everyone on looking eighty percent compliance. I'd bet this more than eighty percent I feel bad, not having a mask on broadcasting, but nobody's around me. I don't I. Don't like people I don't get around people but my children. My Grandchild's got to be punished when they're not at risk for some purpose. That I can't figure out. Let Your Voice. Be heard next on news radio seven hundred W automobile. Our fallen. Talk At. The, At the door they found. The lease lovell. Tell. Bad Law. Governor shut us down again on Thursday. That this is something we cannot recover from for months, and this things worse than having a shutdown, which is death, disease, pestilence and sorrow. We gotta get back to work I have a text from a friend of mine. Said knows the coins are gone. Everyone has to use credit cards, and what you're going to be tracked constantly, and then whether or not there's only a rumors sometimes knowing mike the way I. You know call ahead of time to give a heads up to certain elected leaders as to what's coming. He tends not to do it because it gets leaked out immediately, so he wants to it all at once. How in the. World Can Clermont County. And Hamilton County and Butler county be read based upon the numbers that we have tomorrow. I'M GONNA have on Denise, Tree House, but the governor's GonNa come on at two o'clock on Thursday normally it was Tuesday and Thursday but. which leads some to speculate. It's only speculation. He's not coming on today because Thursday at to you know, give us the numbers from Wednesday and if the numbers are up four hundred percent. From to the nine more than four hundred percent. That's an excuse to do something. So let's go to the calls. And once again. In Clermont County? which is now read, and the last six months had a total of seven deaths and six hospitalizations and the last two weeks. And! They're read. Let's go to call. Says I promise I'm done babbling. I WanNa hear from you. And I knowing politics the way I do the main reason. These things are happening. As whether it's Bashir or holcomb, but especially dewine his approval ratings are like eighty percent back, and they tracked this every two or three days. So as long as you believe. That the governor is keeping you safe by enacting these orders and likely to continue, but as facts so indicating the way to keep your kids safe is never permit them to ride in a car. Never permit them to go swimming. Never permit them play soccer, baseball, football, or basketball, because according to the Centers for Disease Control. And the last six months of eighty two million children in school thirty. Have died of covert nineteen thirty. while. Six hundred twenty-five inman homicide victims and forty, two hundred have died of unintentional deaths such as drowning. Keep him out of the pools. Give him out of the cars. Keep them in bubble. Wrap under your bed in which case they're gonNA live a long life like a mushroom living in the dark fed crap. Life is risky, but children are not addressed if the administrators. Teachers Cafeteria Workers Janitorial staff staffer. They're at risk. Talk to the principal talk to the Superintendent Talk to the school board by coming up with a plan to protect you and I'm not diminishing your life. It's important especially to you and your husband or your wife and kids. You'RE GONNA be forty four years old and be compromise immunity. Why and you need some help? Talk to the principal, but the function of school is for the children to learn is not for you to teach and. And Not for you to clean the hallway, and not for you to serve cafeteria food. The purpose of school is for the eighty two million children that have been denied in education now going on six months, and it must, the madness must stop now. Let's go all right. Matt make sure I quit talking now. That's the key. Make sure quit talking. Let's go to mark. Audrey and Marianne and Jason There'll be the first four. I want everyone in the tri-state wants to hear from you. You can't travel from CG. Laguardia without being quarantined for fourteen days. Now statistically. Hairs you get these numbers at realclearpolitics Dot Com roll down the list. New York has had thirty three thousand deaths New York State Ohio. One tenth at three thousand, but we're quarantine. We're going to New York, but they're not quarantine coming here. Kentucky has said six hundred and thirty deaths six hundred thirty. and. New, York thirty, three thousand. Is quit talking. Let's hear from you got mark Audrey. You've got mail pissed off now. Let's go to mark on the cell phone mark. You're on the Bill Cunningham Show Marco head. Hey this is This might even piss you off a little more. I have a mother. Who is? Ninety two years old. Lance at. Ten. She has oh. I think one hundred six grandkids now. How many! Hundred six. Now there are some grey and she will possibly see great great. Wow. That's wonderful. when this all started, we Or for your concern, we went to her mom. You know you're at the highest risk you can't. You can't go out. Wear a mask. You GotTa do this. You got to do that. We can't come and see yeah. She looked at me. To you, I'm the. I'm the youngest of the ten. She said some here an idiot. This is all phony. It's hype. I said what are you talking about? She said this is ridiculous. She said let me tell you something. I've lived through scarlet fever. I've lived through. Tuberculosis have lived through the measles mumps. Oppression more war to and when I was a young girl, pneumonia was pretty much a death. And Polio all those the polling. Actually they throw at all. She said never one. Did, we get laid down. It quit working. quit living life now not. Exactly keep talking marquee going. She said, are you? And your brothers and sisters and allow your children. and become a third world country. Because you're afraid to go outside in the scientists, she said my whole life. They've been wrong. You mean mass destruction in Iraq didn't happen. No. The point is mark your. Your mother is a perfect example of what made America Great. What we have now are graduates of snowflake university. And they look around the world to find something that justifies their view, which is often wrong, but if you've spent your life looking for police, brutality and someone videotapes, something, and then show it to you. You'll go nuts, and they live in a world now in which the government must care for all your needs, and if the government's not there to do it, we will stop our feet. Protest threw bricks through windows. Until we get our way, and if we don't get our way enough, we'll keep doing it and breaking the law until the lawmakers changed the law to the way I wanted to be. This is not even close to what happened on those. Those other crises you discussed, and at no point in American history, the government tell people stay home and don't work because I know best for you. You and I are about the same age I would assume, and I wear a mask and wash my hands i. stay out of crowds. I'm in that category but I want everyone else not at risk to live their lives to get out and swim and dance and enjoy themselves. Go play golf play soccer tennis. Get ready for school. Go live in a dorm deal. What you're GonNa, do live your life, and if this generation of Americans was alive award war to would all be speaking German at this point. That's exactly what my mother said. That's exactly what she said she's said. You know what you gotta suck it up. You gotTA. Do if I if I have to die then I. Guess it's my time absolutely that. What really made her mad is when they compared this on the news to it's this this generation as World War. Come on I mean he said Jantar picky. Million people died in World War Two. I've been more than seventy. Five million and America America fought to simultaneous ward wars within about a forty month period, and won both and came home, and both the greatest economy in the world at the snowflake generation was in charge. Then we'd be speaking Germany. East of the Mississippi and Japanese west of the Mississippi. We wouldn't have country at all. People are scared to death including rocky boy man. He's scared to death. No question. Your your your point on I'm proud to listen to you every day. You give the real statistic. What my mark as far as your mother can you go see your? They let you go in properly gowned and masked with a shield and gloves on. Can you sit there and enjoy the company of your mother yet? She still lives at home gets up well even better shape than I am because she gets up. She moves Iraq Iraq. Iraq Iran you gotta move man and she ought to wear masks around whatever it is. But what would your mother say? Governor Dewine, or who is ordering Clermont County that has had seven deaths and six months and six hospitalizations and two weeks none resulting. What would your mother say to Governor Doin about making Clermont County red? She was del Hams. He sending our kids. Another Great Depression. We had the greatest economy going and he's GonNa. Reverse us all back into another great depression over nothing I mean I know what the disease she knows it. If you're the one that has it absolutely, but but in the general population in Ohio, we have about one thousand deaths over six months, which is less than one hundredth of one percent now what about the other ninety nine point? Nine nine percent can we our lives? The answer might be no. The governor might say on Thursday your shutdown. In which case this economy, which is starting to recover slowly will collapse, and if a collapses there'll be no money to pay for anything. Did the Democrats realized that? Willie I don't think they care I. think that's what they want. What however they can make it look like our president is failing us. On all fronts. Is what they'll do i. mean you when you get. A congresswoman that says that only thieving is, it's okay just because you need some brain. Feeding Saving I. Don't care what you're doing. Saks fifth avenue. Store do they. Sex twice. Maybe you go there all the time, but but according to AOL see the reason looting one honest because people are hungry to saks, fifth avenue sell a bunch of bakery goods. Do they have branded their? I've never been attacked Fifth Avenue but I I've never heard of him having very good bakery. Would you give your mother my best from all my listeners, my two hundred thousand listeners in the tri-state. Would you tell your mother for? macy's a great American. I will share what tell you were the country of the brave and the strong, so let's it going I. Thank you. How about the week in the tested? How about the week in the cove? Nineteen scared to death I I don't know what the to. Answer. One hundred of one percent the. Fever and a cold. I don't know what to do. Governor towline. Please come and save me from myself because I'm incompetent. I cannot make independent adult decisions. I need you to make them for me. Please save me. Please governor, please. Police Governor Save me. You'll Cunningham seven hundred wwl w? On the risk of loss. Lawmaker Columbus called me this morning and said. Are you aware that? The name, crusader. Is Insensitive. And Racist. I said Crusader? You GotTa Muller Highschool Crusaders. He said yeah that's correct. He said Capital University. In Columbus is changing its name from Crusader because it's insensitive to its Muslim students so I said. I don't believe that, so he sends me the story. Columbus Ohio capital. University announced on Monday. It is retiring. It's crusader, nickname and mascot copy. Falling a fifteen month discussion. We believe that the university's nickname and mascot should be a unifying symbol that enhances school, Spirit and pride for all who are affiliated with capital in recent years are nicknames, Magellan's by students and faculty for its connection to the story Crusades. The detailed study found a significant portion of the Capital University family shares this perspective. I think now officially. We've lost our minds. They'll be an effort now for Muller Highschool to change his name from Crusaders or sandbox bombers that resulted in the death of innocent men, women and children as bombs were dropped. The elder panthers commemorating the life of you, Newton, who was a Black Panther or God knows what's next the Lancers got to go to. We've lost our minds. Your calls continue. We have audrey and Marianne and Jason. Many others at your home of the reds yet men tells me their odds are now ninety to ten. They're gonNA play starting a week from Friday. It looks good at this point. All newsradio seven hundred w all of you. Shouldn't you be wearing a mask masks mask snafu? Mask Sh- mask mask. Sh- masks. That's it masks Sh- math. So. Go on broadcasting. Guy. Shouldn't you be wearing masks? MASKS MASK SM-. Mask. Mask Sh- mask. That's it masks. chm Ask. So I'm watching one of the Sunday one of the twos Tuesday morning sports shows and SPN about how bad it is inside the bubble for the NBA players in Orlando. It's bad as Well, they're complaining about the food about the lack of freedom. One also said something about slavery. So the slavery involve Horse Manicure. PEDICURE! Specialist whatever that is. A hairdresser. A grading braid, expert. Ping Pong tables? Bowling alleys? Tennis, courts. Golf Courses Pickle ball pickle ball yeah. And cafeteria style gourmet dining. There's only one thing missing. Can you think about what that is? Not what I'm saying. If you lived in that environment I, look you. Know you're living in Orlando Florida or nothing like. You're living in the lap of luxury, except for one thing sweets, and I bet the one thing could be imported. It's called A. Booty call. They're missing. Matt told me I'm not sure what. I thought it was Tony Bender. Missing I blamed Tony Bender for all kinds of stuff. It. Could you over for all of US eight weeks? Could you live eight weeks like that possibly in a suite? It'd be tough. Willie, but we could do it a long way to do it. I would. I would sacrifice play basketball. Yes, then you got the video terminals got the game stations. You all that stuff they have hundreds of those everything is licensed. NBA Ping Pong tables NBA golf carts. And after right now this is a punishment. You GotTa ride one per card. You can't ride to the same court. Now do they have that same restriction at the friendly confines? Yes we do. Check one per cart, and you can't touch anyone else's balls, only your own. Will he the stooge reporters out service over local tempstar heating air conditioning dealers tempstar quality. You could feel in Cincinnati combing air at one, eight, eight, eight, nine, nine six h the A. C.. Ten Days Away William County from opening day. What are the odds now out of one hundred? Looking good ninety How about the ranch offense in the past two days? They socked nine home runs in the past two scrimmages six yesterday, maybe a mere Garrett. She spent more time on baseball unless on social activism. Go a I. Think I'm are Manda eight who radio Suarez hit the Heritage Bank Center yesterday with one somebody win the Toyota truck. No not yet then went to left. But reports have eleven major league baseball on pyres. Have opted out of the twenty twenty season or Alva- otherwise declined to participate. Some say they have family family members who are ill. The identities are not known one guy who's at high risk country Joe West. Recently made headlines Not for not only choosing not to opt out, but also to voices, covert nineteenth nihilism, questioning official stats about infections and deaths. He's correct, and I think he got reprimanded he all. You have to state of the company line. So when he said now wait a minute gentleman in the back of the room. I have a question, but all the people testing positive when they haven't taken a test and so I have someone who says I got the flu right got pneumonia, and they mark it up cove so country Joe West is now in trouble for speaking truth to power, and he's been reprimanded. By Rob Manfred himself, so you gotTa Toe the company Line Bengals Willie tomorrow at four o'clock as the franchise tag deadline will the Bengals slap at on Aj? Green, yes, because they're not going to sign them into a big deal to his gotta demonstrating can still catch footballs. And that. Are the Bengals GonNa actually play a preseason game. What do you say? Supposed to play at least two I didn't ask you that are they? GonNa play, yes or no. with the way things are going well. I'm. Putting on. Will. There be college football I talked to Tony Pike about that. He's pessimistic. So I saw an article today that officials in the SEC. Saying they doubt that anything will. One game will be played this year nothing. And their prediction or the SEC on the players at risk. No no, but does not play quaker state. Four hundred really was the most watched sporting event of the weekend. According to TV ratings about that edging out the PG Golf. And then there's voting today in Alabama if you're there. You vote for Tam Sessions, Tommy or former UC coach Tommy Tucker. Don't say it's not possible. Tub cover bills going to win about that well. There's some of the newsroom that vehemently disagree with you. In the past fifteen minutes like jeff sessions Yes, because he went after trump so, but don't. Tub reveal will the UC football program. What happens to the other sports football basketball carry today, and does Luke fickle? Then run for governor. Boy that'd be a tough choice right there. Mike Wind better listen up. He'd better listen to the cries of the people, and what did. I, hear today that there's going to be any act and day. Columbus dispatch. Going to be like a state, holiday February twenty sixth. Yeah, a new bill would create Dr Amy Active Day to celebrate the greatness of Ohio's former health commissioner put up by Representative Mary lightbody. It's probably heavy. And Ken. SMITH EUCLID DEMOCRATS THEY WANNA honor amy, acton. Let me ask you something. How does Mr House older and richer sites feel about that one? Thank you. That'll go a long way. Won't it about as much as Dancy Pelosi and shift, and now what's the Nadler Fazzari Jerry? Yeah I'm not sure that's going to pass anytime soon. Deal although Mike. Dewine would sign it if it got to his desk. Act on if she wanted to. Three times. Is that right? She won't come on won't come on. She doesn't have she doesn't have the guts. She doesn't have the Nice. Would you treat all my guests tonight? Exactly listened to, even though I disagree with right I. Let get their word out then. I. Rip them when they leave. Now had they named a new health commissioner. I kind of on the outs from the last three months. Male lawyer who doesn't show up. Except to. Sign, though just the governor and an Houston the lieutenant governor now doing. Thank you. We! We used to have Barbie and Ken. Now we just have can Barbie has gone. We got. We got used to. John I. Call Him Ken and Barbie. So he's. He's not talking to data. He's not talking today or tomorrow. Wow, but beyond this and what works? Thursday two. Worlds News. No way in the world. He can lock key counties down again. I mean that'll be spoke. This morning is Matt. Butler county politician, not Richard. K Right a Warren County. Yeah, a Clermont, county and a Hamilton County. Okay. There's apprehension but not a belief. Not Not an understanding but a concern, the governor for political purposes would lockdown Hamilton County because of me. Is this for? They're getting federal money in here? What I just said yeah me. I gotTA. Make Nice with the governor. On more than willing to eat, France Pie and sit down with monk. In Cedar Ville on the Porch, If. That's what it takes Luke to get. Hamilton County off. The list says know at at that. That's like that's like Yalta. Chip Hart has left Clermont County. I know. There's floors done, so he left. That's not the reason I was not chip Hart told me that he was scared. When governor said Clermont counties in the red and I have their families in Utah Picture today him. He can't get the motor home into a McDonald's drive through, so he's standing in line. It's a crisis. Between cars chipped art, the host of the big outdoors. He's scared. Clermont County Public Health spokesman Keith Robinson told the enquirer on Friday quote and the last seven months. Okay, we've had a total of seven deaths and the last two weeks six hospitalizations, not resulting in death. How does that square ripping in the red? So the thing about this say. Debts I don't get it one per month and a county with two hundred and ten thousand residents, seven total deaths everage age is eighty six. And the last two weeks. Six hospitalizations no deaths now removed up to the red status. Clermont County your reaction. UNBELIEVABLE ANTIBAC-. Wayne County about Tuscaroras got that right here. Hockey Athens sentiment was echoed in pick away and Fairfield counties in central Ohio less populous counties. They've had less cases than Clermont County. What about Lucas, but they're? In the Red Lucas is in the red. I'm asking a question. There's been four. Democrats on Toledo City Council yeah indicted. Okay, we've only had one, but we got five more under criminal investigation by the Special Prosecutor. PG setting fell Chris. He'll Bark Wendell young and Greg landsman. They're just waiting for their day of rain for the Hammer. Could we have. Could we exceed? What were Toledo is done and have five council members indicted instead of only four. Is that where we're headed? G Be better than Toledo wants to be the mayor. We have to be better than Toledo. Absolutely and PG says it's not about me. It's about you and what you want so pg about me. Because I'm going to be in the joint. Hey could be in the mayor seat on a work release program. You have to wear orange free PG. Get him out of prison. Get Him to serve as the mayor. I mean and he does this oblivious to everything around. Thank you oblivion, I know I'm going to sexy underwear business, so he gets in a sidelight. It does again from PG. I'M GONNA sexy underwear business I heard he ran out the former, a Victoria secret across away from US Kenwood towne centre up a lot of business in the sexy underwear business I assume. You got to do something, too. Many guys I know. When sexy underwear is that fair to say? where it Nah I, would not I normally go buffalo else. You go commando. Yes, I do. I have nothing to hide. Women like sexy underwear, and so does, but I respect that guy for that. He knew something good. Wife got a new family. Was She on Shark tank you when he got that Gig? Yes, he was. He's doing mail order sexy underwear from Lucasville. Say Give me out of the suits. report. We take more calls. How about this I'm taking calls? Will the on a history making day here the tri-state on this Tuesday. beautiful sunshine and Blue Sky. Ten days away from reds opening day. Are you sure? At least I think but nobody can go. Nobody can go, so do they play the Tigers? Tuesday Wednesday Thursday correct next Tuesday and Wednesday your scrimmages. Are we do right here on the radio? To Winston. Correct now, Friday I'm told is going to be a virtual party from the holy grail when none of us their virtual. We leave with the immortal words of the stew report which all Americans happy Thanksgiving. And may God bless you. That was a fourth of July dress from Bush forty three. Sake thank you. You're welcome as continue with more remember Dr Amy Acton Day. Which is February the twenty I'm begging February the twenty ninth as whether the automated. Skip it only one every three years us continued Bill Cunningham newsradio seven hundred w Olivia. Billy Cunningham at Kennedy just. Not Talk to him off the air and he was in traffic. You had like eight thousand pounds behind him. So we're GONNA have to He said he's GONNA call back when it gets out of traffic so always good to hear from Kenny of Norway. gives us his eliminating thoughts and expressive fashion. One of the best calls I got I forget. The guys had called me I tonight and this afternoon. And said that ninety two year old mother in the beginning said this was a joke, and that not to go to work and shutdown has never happened before an American history ninety two year old. Nice, she has like one hundred grandchildren and grandchildren, ninety two years old, functioning and home. Instead of we've been through everything depressions Ward Ward Diptheria to. Rheumatoid fever. We've had a polio. We've all the stuff going on. And she can't understand how. It was possible that anybody would say go home. Shut down and don't work. You just don't do that as Americans overcome especially one. This is a problem in nursing homes, and not a problem in the general population. Unless you're at risk of something else like F, you have asthma underlying conditions, maybe a heart valve replacement. You're more at risk than some young healthy stud like Matt Steinman a little bit more, so I wear my masters right here. I got the. I got the alcohol I. I pay attention, but we're GONNA find out not today at too because the governor is going to make an announcement at two o'clock on Thursday. Two o'clock on Thursday about the next step in which counties are GonNa go from red to purple in the room, and it's only a room or not a believe. It's an indication that a county in southwest. Ohio maybe put in the Purple Category, which means everything is shutdown once again, which means the schools can open. That's Thursday to, and I pray to God that doesn't occur because the children are not at risk and schools exist for the children, not for the teachers or the administrators. Or the therapist or the IRS They exist for the students themselves, and as I announced two hours ago, according to the CDC there's about eighty million Americans in school eighty million, actually, the number on Google was eighty, two million call eighty million, and all of that time morning it right here CDC in the last six months there's been thirty children under the age of fifteen thirty died of Covid, nineteen and the typical year about two hundred, the flu, four hundred from suicide, six, hundred and twenty-five from homicide and forty, one hundred from unintentional deaths, including drowning children are not at risk. Let's continue with your calls. Shot on the other side Matt and make sure I. Don't talk. We got. We got Audrey Marianne Jason and your calls next five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, Bill Cunningham, the great, American live return with the reds, newsradio seven hundred. wwl W Cincinnati. Let's continue in your calls. The governor announced the come on today at two o'clock or Wednesday at two o'clock he'll be her Thursday two o'clock, which is raising speculations as to whether it'll be major announcements made about the nine to eleven counties in Ohio, that are red to make them purple. One of course might be Hamilton County so tomorrow. We're going to have on Denise Tree House, the President Hemmer County Commissioner talk about that, and so much more. Let's go back to the calls and I go to Audrey Marianne Jason Lee then many others. Others and first of all audrey, thank you very much for your patience and audrey on a cell phone. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show and Audrey. How are you? I'm great. How are you bill? Thank you for your patience. Thank you. You're welcome and I thank you for bringing us the truth. We need it right now. And I have to factual stories to tell you about to relatives I have in health care. are hospitals need to be investigated because we're not getting the number their true numbers because one relative told me that There was a man who had tested negative five times for covid yet on his death certificate the Doctor Marks Cove it. And instead of he died of natural causes and have at times, Families Complain, and they were paid us out dollars to keep quiet and audrey. The reason is the federal government will reimburse hospitals thirty nine thousand dollars, if it's a covert nineteen death, and if it's not a covert death, you don't pay when you pay for something you get more of it. When you subsidize, subsidize it or tax, you get less of it I. Know that to be true, and that's what's happening and because that needs to be stopped. They don't need that money for Covid they have everything they need and the other hospital same situation This person was a friend of the relative, and he said that he would be replaced if he didn't put Kobe down is the reason for death? Want to save their job of course I. don't blame that person I. Guess wouldn't falsify an official record of that title win. The hospital's administrator, said look. You have to market that way you you know. They paid for the Ba- band, so they call the tune, and what? Why is it so political? How come the whole system is setup political and then one conservatives call them on it. They accused the Conservatives Republicans of engaging in their behavior right. It's just too political now. They all just WanNa hurt president trump. And we can't get correct information from. The World Health Organization or CDC. And Republican leaders need to stand up. And they need to speak because they want. Our vote doesn't happen much, doesn't Audrey? No, it doesn't doesn't and also I wanted to mention about these mass. Since you were talking about those earlier. This surgical masks that most of us wear the paper. One is supposed to be for in Stir Cheryl environments. And we wear them. Do Grocery everywhere and cloth. Ones are worse because they don't filter anything coming in. They just filter. What's going out? And so they're, they're useless. They look Nice but now the surgical masks. They said you need to turn out. Replace Them every twenty or thirty minutes. Or other non sterile. We're hurting ourselves with keeping all that carbon dioxide, and and not getting fresh air. Tell you story. That rocky told me yesterday about. How is the perception of safety when it, isn't it? He told me the story and I'm sure it's true that. When you're in the middle of the south. Pacific and there's a day off for a ship that what happens is that the sailors men and women they jump into the ocean. They around and every time they do that. They have somebody with a machine gun on the deck, supposedly providing security in case, a shark or a killer whale, or a might manner, ray comes up that you can shoot the shark and so. So why from around? And gives you the perception that you're safe and so end reality. The guy with a machine gun will tell you look the sharks. Come up from the bottom up. They don't they don't circle. Yeah, you're done. But while you're out there, splashing around, you have the perception that you're safe. Reason the masters required. Is because it gives you the perception. You're safe and it's government control of your life, and it's got nothing to do with your own health, because it doesn't protect you at all. Out, so I can. If I in fact I, was I was in a building, and there was a couple and look like a male nurse, female nurse in scrubs with the top of the mask between the lip, and the nose and I'm thinking you know, and and if you don't try it, Audrey going into a place in Ohio or Kentucky not wearing a mask, he'll be shamed into restaurants and will wear a mask until we're ready to eat. Do you. Have to because you want to, you want to help that restaurant. Out Yourself I want to get out and and the governor said last week that if you wear a mask, we're going to get out of this pickle were in. We're going to go back to school now. Let's see what happens on I. Guarantee You that eighty percent or more of the individuals I see out in public facilities are wearing a mask. Unusual now and so we've done what they've asked us to do. Knowing is not going to help us at all, but we submitted ourselves to the authority of the state as a symbol of compliance, and so if this results in more crackdowns when there's not a public health crisis and the general population that will be sick now if I'm if I, or you are in a nursing home and eighty seven years old and bad health, we are at risk and there's. Going on, but in the general population in the Tri State there is no. CARE crisis and the general population, and the the Tristate Ohio is had less than one hundredth of one percent have died of Kobe. If it was one percent by God. Think about that one hundred. I mean. If it was to ever was one percent, we'd be talking about one hundred and twenty thousand deaths. and. We have three thousand. And get the flu and get over it like we do any other flu because. It's less than a seasonal flu. At this point Audrey. They want to convince us that they're in control. They know what they're doing and you better submit. That's why we're wearing a mask. It's not because he's going to protect me or someone else because we don't follow the protocols on mask-wearing. It's something we do, so we don't get yelled out. Let's continue Marianne Jason both have been there for an hour and a half. We've got to get them on and Lee Amy Jennifer and. And many others. Let's go to Marianne Marianne. Welcome to the bill Cunningham show and Marianne please go ahead. Hi, I wanNA know what I feel like. I'm screaming in the wind. What can we do to make dewine? No, we are not happy with the I'm not eighty percent. I am not four dewine. Because he's ruining our economy, he won't let he's not gonNA. Let the kids go back to school. So who do we call? Do, we do you tell us? Marianne the governor, every two or three days runs a poll and he get on that I like to get on the pole and say I. He's got seventy five to eighty percent approval ratings USA. Today ran a poll a week ago. The most popular governor in America is Mike Dewine. So. How do we make him on? I. I used to speak to him. I'M GONNA. We texted back and forth about a week ago, so I'm GonNa make an effort. Between now and Thursday to communicate to him. What is actually happening not in Columbus on Main Street? In Small Town America, which is where and how he got elected everyone. I won't say ninety nine percent everyone I speak to think this is completely overblown. That's exactly what I believe. Can I am seventy eight? I WANNA food. Pantry, I meet people all the time. I am healthy. Why aren't people saying? We're tired of this we have, and I agree with their first caller that ninety two year old woman who she was right. We have laid down and said take US whatever you want. Do to us, and we don't want that. You can imagine if the snowflakes alive today were in charge award war to Oh my God, we'd be dead. Beckons Deutsche Specialty Deutsche. Yes. What happened to America when I look at the polling, the clearly indicates way of extremely popular politicians who cracked down, but on the other trumpet saying wait a minute we can walk and Chew Gum. This is a problem. Let's open society. He is bludgeoned to death and his poll ratings, and like in the forties. When you shut down, your very explained to me how that's popular. It's not and you know what I believe. If we would've stayed open in the very beginning, this would be over with by now. We would all got the heard virus or whatever they call it an. We'll be back to life again this people. There's too many people that are afraid and I've not afraid I is ridiculous. Marianne at some point we'll have an expiration date. And when the expiration date comes, it's over hopefully. Meet our maker in a positive fashion. But between now and that date I, WanNa live my life as a great American I wanNA. Play Golf. I'm going to go out to dinner on a week. My friends I WANNA Walk I. WanNa Watch sporting events gonNA live I don't want exist. I WANNA live. And right now one third one half of us do not wanna live their life. They're waiting. At death's door to enter. And I wanNA live my life. Let's continue now. We don't stop. We simply continue got Jason Lee Amy than many others Jason First of all. Thank you for your patience and thank you for coming on the bill. Cunningham. Show and Jason Go ahead. Hey Bill. Thanks. A Lot the question I have for you and I think the question that I think all of Ohio wants answered is who is paying the band. That's playing the song. The wine is dancing to Dr NBA. Might, soon have her own day. I heard and that But. Who is who is? Who is the wine actually listening to fix you know and we know that the bachelorette giving out are facts are facts. They're incontrovertible. Nobody's dying in math. With this, so who is he who is telling me telling him to shut everything down jet Jason if we lived at a time. One hundred years ago the Spanish flu. Killed about six hundred seventy five thousand Americans and today's numbers out would be two point two million, so if we actually had two point, two million dead Americans and ten times that number and hospitals, which is twenty million. It would be time to shut down our society. I get it, but when we live in a combat. I bought in at the beginning. I did, too. I, I was given the numbers I was spoken to I was in. Florida was told to get back home. I was given a special pass for for the road blocks. That were coming and I said Oh my God, this is it and when it did not happen, and when people paid attention and the numbers to flatten the curve did not occur because there was no curve. We in the Mid West did not have a curve tube flattened. We were told eighty. Dead Ohioans, seventy, thousand dead hoosiers and Kentuckians, where we're going to have one hundred and fifty thousand dead, Tristate staters my that Oh my God hundred fifty thousand thousand people dead. It is time to shut up no your role, shut your mouth and listen after about a month of that I said now wait a minute. You told US AIMEE ACTON said on March. Twenty Second March twenty second. She said there were one hundred thousand infected ohioans as she spoke in every six days. Dot number doubles so by May first. We were going to have eight million infected ohioans, which means there would be. Be Eighty thousand dead. There'd be eight hundred thousand in the hospital and eight million infected I'm going Oh Jesus Mary and Joseph I better go and light a candle. Because if this happens, we're done and so some time around the first of May and listen to me for the last several months I, said no wait a minute and I talked to Mike. This is what you said and this is what happened. Why instead it's because of the success of people I said when I talked to those who run UC medical and Christ and try health. They're telling me they're empty. They're laying off. They're laying off ER doctors and a middle of a pandemic. He said that's a symbol of our success. I said Great. So when did we start opening things up? He said slowly, but surely that was in May now here we're in the middle of July and the rumor. Is that something more strident going to happen starting Thursday at two o'clock, and now the high winds can't even fly to New York and get off a plane. Yeah Willie, but weren't. We told that no matter Wendy economy reopens. There will be an increase absolutely. So this is not a surprise. This is nothing to scream about, and then claimed at the sky is falling dish. We knew this what happened this. Out of everything with the copay. This is the one thing that has come true that you know. They said what when you open things up, Hannah King now, but you have these massive protests together with opening up both of them together join to have more infection plus these pop-up sites. There's one this afternoon in Lincoln Heights pop-up spot, and when you have these pop-up sites, you're going to have more infection. It is important to be infected or not, because there's generally absolutely no symptoms you know you got it, but but what's important is hospital hospitalizations. Hospitalizations and I see you. How many people in the inquire has said that there's no increase in hospitalizations no increase and I see you, and in fact we're still under one hundredth of one percent and the general population or Ohio right now Kentucky has fewer deaths from covid nineteen on average and the seasonal flu, but Bashir and and the wind keep acting as if we're in this crisis that exists only in their mind, not in reality, and they keep holding his news conferences as if they're in the middle of a pandemic when they're not. These news conferences. Will they have the guts once after they and I believe that the one will start shutting down, and we'll do the stay at home order again. Well. He have the guts in in his weekly or Daily News conferences to tell us the number of Ohio, and that have lost their jobs for good, not just not just for a little bit, but so many businesses. CanNot whether another shut down and the at all so I I challenge governor to wind to Hammock guts town. Violence lost their job. How many families have author homes? Because he reacted inappropriately and having done something wrong, he cannot now go back in time and apologize. He's got his put his head down and put Clermont County into the red category when the and the last seven months they've had six deaths, and in the last according to the public health records, seven deaths total from covid nineteen in the past six months and six hospitalizations, and the last two weeks none resulting in death, and they're in the red category. There's a disconnect between the words and reality. On newsradio seven hundred wwl view. Dot Com Why Am Scotch on broadcasting? And Rocky Governor, not on today fortunately, but that worries me because he's going to lay the people's elbow down on Thursday Thursday. The BEHAN IS GONNA come out the People's elbow. It's GonNa. Be Andre, the giant with the Hulk Stir. And I. Never Thought Hawks are ever actually beat Andre the giant. Am I right or wrong. Thing people remember. Is that he by slamming I, but if Andrei wanted to fight? It was over I would take him against a grizzly bear. Now you have papers? Facts segment deals with poetry. You have a problem in your community. You're probably wall. Thank you hit the hit this again. From rocky boy meets buddy. If you don't think you have a problem in your community, you're probably wrong, so if you don't think you have a problem, you're wrong. So what are the facts? I'm just trying to understand everything here of why Hamlin County, let's say is potentially entering the purple right purple my way, so you know the criteria right there seven. Through. Who voted on this criteria Matt Steinman. Past Tony Bender Tony Bender so Y-. Every single one seven is I'm looking at here. Have to do with cases has to do with deaths. Cases and hop pop testing is a big deal. You get more of those automatically you get. Five of the set criteria number five sustained increase in outpatient visits, the data the set looks at the number of people visiting outpatient settings, including telehealth appointments with suspected or confirmed Kobe one, thousand, nine, hundred suspected, or can so I I have like favorite kind of look like you may have it so boom. That goes into. into Saturday how many thousands of bread counts number? Four counts sustained increase in your er data will show us the trend in a number of people who visit an emergency department cove, nineteenth symptoms or a Kobe diagnosis as a result of the visits, he could go to get your tonsils out and before they do. Hey, let's get covered pests. Your show news sums boom positive cover tests your added to the list analyst. County and the last ten days have had five or six hospitalizations, and therefore they've gone up. Four hundred percent hang counties at seven hundred ninety nine total hospitalization. That's total since February. Seven so it's one hundred a month. Yes, but we have two thousand five hundred fifty seven beds account. We Have Bethesda Christ good. Samaritan Jewish hospital. Mercy Anderson Mercy Health West mercy handling. Try Health and University of Cincinnati as up to two thousand, five hundred and fifty seven beds, twenty, five hundred, and it gets about like eighty a day. But, even if all all of them haven't at once, we would still have what is that over? Seventeen hundred available beds. Still you're standing any this shirt I. Don't think he is go ahead. Tell me to crisis. Three thousand deaths out of twelve million people seventy percent of nursing homes in the general population. You call it one thousand deaths, that's under one hundredth of one percent in Ohio of the three thousand sixty four deaths eighty-two had been under fifty. That's around percent eighty, two under fifty, hundred fifty. You understand that say yeah. I don't think seventy. It's two thousand and three hundred and sixty to seventy eight percent segment. percent of the House deaths have been seventy plus. We shut down school shutdown nursing homes. Schools and how many children in America feel six point six million? From K. through high school and then add what like. Twenty twenty twenty minutes. About so, how about just K. through high school? That's an America's about fifty. Six million of the fifty six million I assume half have a Kobe nineteen. No no absolutely enough. How many of added so from five to twenty four five to twenty, forty, two, thousand four, there have been one hundred seventy deaths of school aged kids k. through college. There's been one hundred and seventy th, and by the way Ben numbers been consistent for about two weeks. So it's fair to say it is under zero point zero zero something. They're not at risk there's. Bad and it smelled Jackie Yeah. So you saw California. They're gonNA shut down yeah. Down shut it down so of the nine million kids under age eighteen, nine million under eighteen California California, how many died from Cohen I would assume four and a half million. Snow Zero Zero so when? You know they serve like a million million half. Students shunned no zero zero. Zero. I'm watching. MSNBC also known as MS ESPN this morning. And they have a reporter out in front of the sewage treatment plant in Phoenix Arizona, and behind this female reporter. Quite attractive I might add is a VAT. Looks like circulating poop and she did a stand up, saying they can tell how much infection there is by analyzing the poop in the sewer system. Would you? Would you like to have that Gig? Wait so so in order to test me. They gotta stick a Q. Tip like all the way up into my brain in order to determine. If I got an accurate mortgage, check your you know what come on I'm just telling you. I'm watching this and behind her was. A Little semi droplet gets on someone cove nineteen, but to get tested I got sick. A Q. Tip always into my skull out the top of your head, and back in you gotTA. About this right for mortar Demi Moore I don't deal with facts. Go ahead, says you understand any of this, so this is in Florida Florida Department of Health. And all their positive They're confirmed cases like Friday. It was ten, thousand, three hundred. Saturday was a max of any state fifteen, thousand, three hundred, so news agency down there Fox thirty five is looking in this. The population has has everyone's got got hair grown out of their eyeballs well, they looked into some of these. These places specific testing locations in. Diagnostics right just is in some county in Florida it was reporting eight percent of their tests were back came back as positive impossible, so they dug a little bit, and it turned out that that actually isn't. What happened was only nine point four percent, so they had the decimal point moved in the Orlando. Veterans Affairs Medical Center originally said they had seventy six percent positively. They dug into start asking you questions and they admitted it was actually six percent. Why would they admit to lies? Then one caught changing because of the green lettuce or salvation. Get paid, yes. Well might dewine say Thursday at two o'clock. Hamilton County. You're in the purple. They can't. It'd be anarchy. With pitchfork. Can't physically can't do it. According to Larry Householder as long as his approval, ratings are eighty percent. He's not changing. How many polls even in your life have you been asked? Were approval rating for the governor not yet. Might Happen, I know no I said. Are you often pulled? Now. You know what we're talking about. No. Now. Why are we the mask? I had another expert. The mask may protect someone else. If you're infected, it doesn't protect you from catching it from somebody. And secondly you got to follow all the protocols on mask handling mass disposal. You can't wear the same mass more than like three hours. It's got to be washed out every night. It's got to be dried and so if you use it so. So it has nothing to do with public safety everything to do with submission to authority has got nothing to do with keeping you safe for your wife. Say for your kids as to do with you. Understanding I'm in charge, and you're not the image of safety I told you the story. Yes, tell the story about the separate, so my buddy is a naval academy cyclists. You might understand this. And again this has to do with safety versus that perception of safety so is in the naval. Academy and he's on a submarine right, and they go out way out in the middle, the alantic ocean cassie see land for hundreds of thousands of miles right so they come to the top of the water there and they allow them to go swim. 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Get in bubble wrap and do nothing. In that better one of life has the have experiences. So when you're in your latter years, you can say more I did this. I did this and you bring your grandson. Your kids ever say boy. When I was young, I went, and did you gotTa have some stories tell? Your book about. Not Getting Anything to do with else plugs. Thank you. You're welcome. By the way pre orders are amazing. I am a tax from A. L. In college official says ask rocky. When's HE GONNA start a campaign to get rid of the word bomber from Saint Ex, he goes and kills a bunch of innocent people. Crusaders are done at Muller because of killing Muslim men, women and children, and also the Lancers are done because it depicts artifacts USA slaughter, innocent people, and the Panther Celebrates Yui, Newt Huey Newton Right Black Panther so elder. They're in trouble. So what's left? The rocket kills. Coleraine Cardinal. That's kind of A. Kind of a bird. That doesn't this small little chirping bird. That doesn't win the big games. Only one of the wildcats especially against Saint Action the playoff about saint excellent play offs all. High School will be a high school game this year. Oh Man I. Don't know I. I don't know. Any looking good, what about the SEC I? Am Positive? There's reasons. To play our kids are not at risk better off being on a college campus amongst other people of his or her age. Okay, that are otherwise unaffected by this with all kinds of treatment, availability and millions of dollars worth of facilities are they more safer, there or are they safer back home safer? Guam bars and no. Have you seen with? Teenage boys are doing now. Basketball baseball soccer swimming there camping. They're living life and their with others like themselves. They don't pay attention to any of this. So by getting back in school, you put them in a more of a cloistered environment lesson structure. Young people need drugs. You agree, say structure. 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Put the cuffs on him right before he becomes mayor. Because Toledo has four of nine. We might have five of nine with the gang of five to beat out tour Toledo. More of our, we got more corruption around here. No care about that I care about the whole county and other counties in Ohio getting shut down for no reason. Yeah, we. We need a candidate to say trust me Allsteel less than the rest. We, need that candidate to step up and say trust me. I'll steal less than the rest of the less corrupt. Less corrupt you're in. Rocky wanted to run wanted to run for city. Council should be my. I'll be less corrupt than most trust me I'm not gonNA steal as much as PG and Seal Bach, and Wendell I feel less there, you go rock. A free book. Go the motto is you vote for me to get a book? It's like Roosevelt with the chickens still less than the rest in every pot that now that was you. But how about harsher? than the rest. Not Bad, not bad. I'll try not to be locked up during my time in office. I'm only going to hire friends and family members and I'm not taking that big of a cut from their salary either some be honest. With the electorate in your mic remember, it's not about me it's. How does he stand up there and say that with a straight face I? Don't know I. Don't know that's that's. Inconsequential say give me some sports. We'll hear the stooge. Reporters Approach Service of a local tempstar heating air conditioning dealers tempstar quality. You could feel a beautiful Milford Baker Heating Eight, three, one, fifty, one, twenty four. I'll still much less than the rest opening day ten days away, will he is reds? Get still get ready to face off against those tigers now one week away now for the first scrimmage against the Tigers next Tuesday night. Can anyone be there? No, please continue borrowed at four o'clock the franchise tag deadline. Slap it on number eighteen AJ. I say yes. Nothing so because they're not gonNA, pay him. And not going to release them release. You GotTa Muslim Veterans fever for how much money's going to get like fourteen, million or something like that by the way, everyone is rooting against the preseason all we hate preseason games. You're happy that. PRESEASON Games canceled. How's that going to work out for a young rookie quarterback? You can't even Zad no ta days and gone no nothing nothing in person going with maybe two most likely zero preseason games. You can start day one. Borough to be really good he. He better have all the weapons. All the weapons and better have a better offensive line. Williams is back Jones ups. To win. While hopefully, get leash, make it through camp. Remember off still much less than the rest. Vote for me, okay? For Rocky, I'll still less than the rest. And I would never say. T shirt vote for rocky onto back to. Get a piece for you. Wouldn't be good. I don't know obviously what PG's doing succeeding so. Under. Criminal Investigation I'm running for mayor. Also Willie at Tom Burns your on Erin Andrews out. With dancing with the stars after fifteen years so. Wild rumors that you and Tanya Aurore. Tonight, he headed to Hollywood to take over. The the. Rumors are either tri-state going around tristate that you and Tanya Rourke. We'll be. As show been there done that, the answer is no okay. But. They want persons of color to do that. That's the issue. Maybe, a gay lesbian woman, and they aardvark by sexual transitioning male. And then you're in the ratings. Go right through the top. Okay, do they? Yes? That's what Aaron told me I used to date her, you know. I shouldn't say that. Pretend like I didn't say that okay. That from the record. Say Rocky we'll see. Don't come in here with facts anymore. PIANO ROCK! Come away in your time, right? How many school kids in California? There is nine million kids under age eighteen and there's been zero deaths. Shut down the school with Scott. Shut down the schools. Say Thank you. You're welcome. Say Give me out of the students report will the honor of a beautiful Tuesday here in the tri-state vote for rocky, get a piece of the Rock and I'll steal much less than the rest. We leave you with the immortal words of the stew report. Free Marijuana. Medicine both for Bill. S Still A. There was a time segment when not running for dude had. Roth for your at. I go by that restaurant every time I look, he's passed out with his gun and DESTRUC- and gun on his lap and a big Mac and his mouth. Drunk driving away to go. Well, he's Zelda. Do something make you in the news? Within a day? He was in the news. Really Rocky thank you. Could enjoying yourself segment. Thank you, you're welcome to. You have any idea what we're talking about. Maybe go over that maybe tomorrow. One of them's facts more. On seven hundred WWL W.

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Season 3 Episode 10: Pilot Briefing - Week of March 8, 2021

Pilot Briefing

03:56 min | 3 months ago

Season 3 Episode 10: Pilot Briefing - Week of March 8, 2021

"Thanks so much for joining us on jennifer non and this is pilot briefing for the week of march eighth twenty twenty one bringing you the top five things you need to know in generally vision news this week. This is as pilot briefing. Your general aviation news update brought to you by the aircraft owners and pilots association members and the general aviation community will get an insider's view into the latest aviation issues during a live town hall. Discussion presented virtually on march ninth at eight pm. Eastern apa president mark baker will cover a wide range of topics during the session including the health and strength of generally vacation updates on advocacy issues. And how generally vision fared in the face of the pandemic. Make sure to tune in on march ninth at eight pm. Eastern strong support in to committee hearings of the hawaii state senate has built momentum for legislation that would halt the planned closure in june of awad. Who's dillingham airfield. A shut down that airport advocates. Believe would deal a severe blow to the state's tourism economy. The legislation would create a revitalization task force to address issues currently present that risk the closure of dillingham airfield and the task force would report to lawmakers with recommendations on how to keep the airport operating as a general aviation facility by june thirtieth. Despite several warnings from the faa santa clara county officials in california have refused to address. Ongoing safety concerns at reid. Hillview airport prompting the agency to take a stronger stand and threatened legal action on february nineteenth. The faa office of compliance sent a letter to the president of the santa clara. County board of supervisors reminding the county of its duty to maintain its support. As part of the federal airport improvement program grants is urging officials in ohio to rethink newly approved. Rezoning of land adjacent to county owned clermont county. Airport that could lead to development of high density residential housing projects to build residential units near airports are generally considered by the faa to be an incompatible land use frequently leading to complaints about aircraft noise from the new residents. The approval also came despite officials being informed that in two thousand eighteen more than thirty thousand takeoffs and landings took place at clermont county airport and the twenty four seven operations of the busy southwest. Ohio airport are expected to increase the epa recently announced that five airports will take part in field. Trials of different technologies designed to detect and mitigate drones will also discouraging airport operators from deploying their own countermeasures. Regulations published in january will require most drones weighing two hundred fifty grams or more to broadcast remote identification information in the coming years. Creating the capability to more efficiently monitor a law-abiding drone activity while singling out bad actors to get the full story on everything you heard here today. Visit aarp dot org and don't forget to follow us on social media in if you have amazon alexa device you can now listen to this. Podcast by saying alexa. Play pilot briefing on tune in. Thanks so much for listening. I'm jennifer non fly in fly often and i'll talk to you again next week.

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Remote Onboarding a Modern Workforce with David Secunda #29

The HR L&D Podcast

51:05 min | 7 months ago

Remote Onboarding a Modern Workforce with David Secunda #29

"The thing about the biggest picture of on boarding lasting all the way through. Let's just say the first ninety days of somebody's employment. And so a lot of times folks end the idea of on boarding after their orientation and then folks are just often running but to continue a long tail of check ins of expectation management of creating small projects. That are going to create success outcomes and creating longer term goals for thirty sixty ninety day marks having a a a lot of focus on building relationships with co workers at building relationships with their managers and again. This is one of the things that you have to double down on in virtual world. Because they're that much harder clock into. Hey ellen de cost with your haste nick day. Ceo and founder of jj a recruitment specialist hr recruiters tuning into the hate. Your ellen de podcast will help you discover strategic growth concepts leadership development strategies and the values and behaviors that dr organizational change and success together. Let's empower our work focuses. Diversify thanking at achieves significant takeoff exact. Hello and welcome back to the hr ellen de podcast not liked to invite you all to meet david sukandar who joys today he. Ceo and founder of work. And you're gonna like this because his company with hr tech startup is a company that provides you with the opportunities hr leaders to onboard any new employees one hundred percent remotely. Now david is. Ceo of the company breeze also founded many successful companies. Before this in fact he's raised over twenty six million dollars in capital in growing profitable organizations with hundreds of employees and satisfied customers worldwide. He's also recognized leader in the outdoor industry. We're going to talk a little bit about that during the course of the podcast what. I'd like to be really welcome into the shire and let david tally. All about the future of work and how you can start onboard dorm new employees one hundred percent remotely lisa staging sit back. Relax and enjoy the hr de podcast with david seconda. David how you feeling today. Doing great nick fantastic. We're going to go straight into the questions because this is something that my listeners. I know we're going to be keen to hear all about. We're in a midst of pandemic where everyone is adjusting to working from home practices. People want to know more how this can work and what the future world looks like so. Let me ask you a question. One dave demonstrating what is remote on boarding about. And why would it still be a best practice after. This pandemic off dakota nineteen sure. Yeah so let me just back up. A little bit from that Just to kind of provide a little bit of framing of even Cut how i feel about talking about the subject in. And i only say that because it's it's kind of with mixed emotion that i'm talking to so many people right now about remote and a mixed emotion because i founded the company six years ago with a focus on those employers that had remote workforce or distributed workforce's they didn't necessarily have hr professionals in satellite offices and the like and it was really born out of the pain points of the last company. I started that was hiring. Hundreds of people in a very short period of time and it was in a regulated industry. Where getting it right when we were doing all the bits and pieces was highly consequential and so we rolled this forward and and it was really focused on that sort of a of an industry. Vertical or horizontal. I guess i would call it. And then i find myself today doing interview after interview brought on by the pandemic in really finding that what we've built in the expertise gained has has come to service in this in this new area in a very unexpected way. So the you know. I am uplifted. Have the opportunity to share all learning with people. But i am really sad and that it is due to such a a health crisis that we're in that is that is kind of driving this This focus in this area. Then you know as you said nick. We're not going back like these changes that are taking place in the hr landscape. They are the types of things where some of the changes will will return to normal see that we previously knew but many of these things are are here to stay for the long run and And so i think the challenge for hr professionals overall is to look at this. This ecosystem of changes. That are occurring right now and then be very discerning deliberate in those that you you choose to incorporate going on to the future so coming all the way back as well to the question of what is remote on boarding it is a general term that so many people throw around and You know when we're talking about today. I'm gonna focus mostly on that which is called the tactical on boarding piece that once you decide to hire someone until they come walking into work or start their first zoom meeting that space between those two points all his tactical things that need to get done. There's also an aspect of that we can talk about which i'll just say is let's call it cultural on boarding which occurs at the same time but then as they come through that process than they would start cut of the learning or the orientation process at the tail end of it. So when you're talking about that on boarding at remote onboarding. I would say that of the many many things that people talk about out there you know focusing on the security add the trust in all of those of things. The two things that come to mind that are really important. i think for listeners to to contemplate when when moving to or recreating a remote onboarding solution of their employees is first of all a solution that is completely remote. It destroys the whole concept. If you're ninety five percent remote on boarding but then somebody has come in to provide a photo. Id or a signature in front of someone or something like that so the the last few percentage points are usually the most difficult. But you wanna look for some sort of a system whether using something like work right something off the shelf or creating your own. That really gets you hundred percent of the way they are attending can do this on their own time from their own home a really as they prefer and then the other piece is that you really need to find a solution that the employees can use completely from their smartphone. And this is the the the. I wouldn't even call it a trend just the truth of the matter that we're seeing out there We have over six hundred thousand employees that have done their on boarding through work. Bright in seventy percent of them have interacted exclusively from their smartphones. It is just the tool of choice overall and You know it's it's not your employees necessarily going to have a laptop fax machine or a scanner. But they're most likely to have a smartphone to be able to use it so those are the the two things are and then the final party of questions like it here to stay absolutely. It's here to stay in what we're hearing from. Our new customers are existing folks who are operating folks all over the world right now is. They're they're bringing on folks who they're not necessarily working in their office. Is that there via valuating as hr professionals. What really needs to happen in person in what can be done through the leveraging of technology and this tactical on boarding piece is certainly one. They're finding not only can be done through technology but workers prefer it that way. They prefer to do this on their own time from the instead of coming in their first day. Sitting in a fluorescent lit office you know going through a stack of paperwork with somebody. That's a terrible first day experience employees. Prefer it. it is truly a health safety issue. Now in the last thing i'll say about it is that. Hr professionals are finding that they or we got into this profession because we love working with people. That's what it's all about. And the tactical pieces of paperwork is something that just pulls you away from that. And so as hr professionals find remote solutions that allow employees to interact with this kind of administrative layer on their own in a way that they prefer it also creates more time for the hr professional to have those interactions at this point on zoom call or potentially in person that you really can't leverage technology debt to undertake so long winded answer but the few different aspects therefore you nuts as a cruiser which i am working space. This is something. I wish should come across a little bit earlier. Because we've been faced with huge challenges as a recruitment firm here trying to on board people remotely during the pandemic particularly at the height of the real lockdown close s. I mean. I can think of one head of. Hr that we placed in a huge global pharma company. Where she was she had about thirty two people reporting in hadn't met any of them and it was a real challenge trying to get laptop center. Set out trying to get security protocols in place and neither we which i hate to admit but it's true we're ready in other words the client we're talking about a huge business as well so i think it's really interesting because i get i get come across loads of different types of hr technology that are impacting. The market all seems do different things but your technology really stood out for me. Because i've personally even though i'm not an hr professional model cooter. I've been faced with some of the challenges. The all software actually solves. But i've come across these challenges as a result of the unfortunate pandemic that we all face the minute but obviously you must have been ahead of the curve. Hey because you were able to identify some of these challenges way before the pandemic to get this even off the ground. So what was it that really inspired you to create work in the first place and what kind of challenges were behind that inspiration. Yeah well you know as a charity was really coming from the trenches in this last company. That i started. I was experiencing the challenge in that case of hiring contingent workforce so a workforce that was part time or seasonal or temporary or contract workers. And i found that most of the other solutions out. There were really focused on much more of a traditional employees. Somebody who came in one time stayed with the company for many years and my employees Potentially hiring them two or three times in a single year for different engagements and it was just such a different sort of solution. I was looking for so. I talked to my colleagues and i found that are pain points. Were very very similar. And so initially brought four companies together and we customer funded the first solution. We all put in some dollars. We built an alpha product. We ran a thousand employees through it. We went through three regulatory audits and it performed extremely well. Everyone else felt the same and felt like it was just a huge step forward So at that point. I jumped from the ceo of that other company onto founding ceo. Over here in hop taken forward since testing them as hopefully people picked it up manager. David bell mentioned again. You not afraid of talent but you've got a real adventure spirit with some of the other work involved in what to find out a minute. Someone who spotted this challenge early on. Benny created what which is great. I would love to know in just a moment some in a way you think that the future of the industry going what trends we should start to see nature landscape. But before we do. Because i'm a huge outbound adventurous myself. I love getting out there doing adventure races and mountain. I'll tell you a little bit about how you manage to marry your your technical wizardry if you like and see over some very very successful firms of twenty six million dollars in capital with your adventurous side because you have a huge role to play in them in american camps and leading outbound activity centers and things and tell us a little bit more about that. I have a big smile face just even responding to that question because you know i feel like Especially when a when a mentoring young companies young professionals often people are asking about kind of what is the quote unquote of air quotes. Right now the right path to pursue and. I have just always been an advocate of pursuing the path of passion and that passion. A tends to create. At least for me. I think for many people Incredible work products but more importantly incredible engagement in lift. And i think that if you're working in areas that you're engaged you're lifted you're working in your unique ability. The success kind of naturally follows. It's less about setting out to bill that accompany of a certain size and more. You know seeing what the needs are in seeing what the the personal journey looks like it. Kind of following that forward so i feel really blessed to be able to have taken this path. That seemed circuitous. I spent a lot of time in the outdoor industry. And then i was working adventure capitalism in i was doing tech startups and they seem so unrelated and now over time when i when i'm able to look back it feels like that it took a long time for some of these circles to reconnect but But they all have you know people who have met in and projects that have started they all have come full circle to really make gut says in the in the longer view of life so i still have this passion for the outdoors pandemic even leading a tech company here has offered a great opportunity because mike mike grown adult children's have been home and a beginning out in the outdoors with a got out a multi pitch climb with by younger daughter. This last weekend in have spent a lot of time in the mountains My wife in mike adult kids again. So it certainly cannot lifelong passion that tends to have such relevance in entrepreneurial journey as well now from testing grace grace reloaded of peace table. I'm gonna ask one more question. Because i took last week or first four days off work since the pandemic began has been on an hr professionals out there working around the clock sometimes working home. You do even more hours because you laptops always accessible and sometimes it can be difficult to switch off but i found genuinely the last four days i took off and went into more in the uk which is area of natural beauty. Went world swimming. We went paddleboarding down dr all these ventures things and i find it just gives you a huge clarity of thought clears the mind really good for mental health. I wonder if of connectivities that you've been doing whether i guess you can give some example. Maybe an example of way. Have some of your ideas come from some activity than the events in clermont county. Thought they'd be able to work together. Ever been an. You've come up with a great idea. That's been relevant light. Worked like you've been out. Maybe pitching a climb. You're going to know what would work and i absolutely. Yeah yeah. I mean. I think a couple things i've seen come from my time in the outdoors I actually spent a lotta time in the in the u. k. Used to work for outward bound ullswater way back in the day instead of much time around the region there as well but You know the two things that. I get from my time in the outdoors and i'll just listeners. Say that this is a i think important to think about. Metaphorically what is your time in the outdoors may be physically in the outdoors. It may be doing something physical indoors. It might be meditation. It might be something else. But what is this area that you find solace but for me. The two things that i get one is clarity and so every morning i try and get out for a hike bike. Climb run something like that and it really does provide clarity spot in in the projects that are at hand and often those synapses connect in. I'm able to figure out something or something something through that. That is more difficult. If i'm sitting in front of a computer screen and the other one is inspiration. And when i think about the bigger adventures of had across my life they truly have been foundational in who i am and where i am on my entrepreneurial journey and you know one point just as an example just looking all the way back to when i was sixteen years old i had i was introduced to climbing opportunity to work with an instructor in yosemite this incredible National parks in california in the united states. And i remember you know. Being a a a pretty young kid at that point being the first time in yosemite and he bringing the into brought me into yosemite valley and This monolith of rock el capitan stood before us and i was literally in awe. And so dave you know come on. Let's go to sit in the meadow below el capitan and we sat down and then he started to point out. The climbers up on on l. cap. And i was even more amazed by the scale and that the scope of not only adventure but just the denver that they were on and as we were sitting there. A couple of climbers came by us. That were clearly Coming off of l. cap and he him in a conversation he said hey over you guys on and they said we run the knows the screwed straight up the middle and He said how do you go and he goes. Well you know it didn't. It didn't really go as planned in. We ended up bailing off after about three days. It just kinda got boring. You know it just like it was really repetitive. We decided to head on down and he kind of nodded his head. He said yep you have syria and they continue to engage for molin than they walked on and then we sat there in silence ramona and then he looked at me for second. He goes dave at some point. You're going to be on that slab of rock. You know and i think it'll be sooner before later he goes. There's gonna be a thousand reasons to turn around and be one reason to continue up to the top and that is your commitment in. Just remember that when you're on that and in the moment it didn't really sink in you know i kind of heard it filed away somewhere in my mind but and half years later sure enough. I was on that climb. I was you know a day and a half up. A storm moved in and i was like what time to bail off and almost like a cheer on my shoulder. I heard his voice. Say there's only one reason to continue and that is your commitment and we doubled down. We hunkered down through the storm. We continued onto the top. I look back to that. Experience often as inspiration my entrepreneurial journey because it is truly about commitment that is the thing that that determines so often if a company makes it or fails it is truly just the commitment of the team around the table so yet again the two things i find in the outdoors is clarity and inspiration encourage all of you to find whatever it is in your life that gives you those two things. I want them town. Gala went off piece. I love that story. Really bring back privet back. What all right. We'll talk about outdoors forever. And i'll lose elise melissa something. I'm passionate about talking about the hr technological landscape them. You were able to see some of the challenges early doors until tells what people might experience but by developing work which obviously gives entrepreneurs promotes on boarding software for clients. What china's do you think we got to see going forward that. Nhl what should we stop. Predicting is going to happen in the future. Yeah so you know. Hr professionals are in a tough spot Because in general and in. I i hope your listeners. Find this to be kind of ring true for them. There's two very different things that are asked from all of us. As hr professionals one thing is to be conservative and reliable Because we want you know as a company companies wanna count on. Hr and know that everything is ticked tied in in place and and kind of in some ways risk averse but on the flip side the the c. suite and leadership in companies are looking for hr to be strategic and forward in focused on roi return on investment and and and willing to in some ways. Take some risk and those two things are very much in juxtaposition with each other. And so when i talked to. Hr professionals often. They feel that push pull both directions. And so i would say when we're talking about trends in we'll talk about a couple of 'em seeing there. I do think that as hr professionals the thing to think about is how do you incorporate both of those into your work that That commitment to stability and security of data when you think about all the trust that your workers are placing you to safeguard their data and information. That is a high level of trust in a great responsibility. But you also to the balance that with the with the need to be thinking kind of from a top down view and take into account new trends and directions and decide deliberately what to incorporate into your hr field. I think the key that is to be able to communicate to comprehend and then communicate the potential risks and rewards of following new trends early versus late to when you see them coming on and decide with your leadership team which are the right things to lean into. And so that's a different. It's a different formula for for each company. Just depending on how conservative or risk oriented. You are all sorts of things between a as far as trends that we're seeing. There's of course a lot that that people are talking about. Artificial intelligence is one of them and artificial intelligence is something for example that we built in to a latest feature release from from work bright which allows when employees are uploading documents such as at a passport or identification card. We use a. I do a couple things. One is to extract all the data into it off of it into the system so that the worker doesn't have to cheat in the information but the others to run about twenty different fraud invalidity check so it's looking at the watermark and the hologram and all of those sorts of things to determine if if those identification sir valid. That's a great thing to think about as an hr manager of a good use of a. I because it's doing something that you could do. You could become an expert in education and knowing all the nuances of fake in real wide. But that's probably not where you want to spend your time know really Most hr professionals wanna be were strategic and more people oriented than down in the weeds of really a having to to to understand the nuances of a fraudulent identification for example. So when thinking about something artificial intelligence. And i hear many. Hr professionals expressed severe trepidation. They're like oh gosh is gonna take my job and i would say relax. No a is not going to take your job. Ideally it's going to take away the parts that you hate about your job and that's the place to look for solutions that incorporate ai to to remove those things that are at the bottom of your list of things that you find the least enjoyable like target those two to leverage and then hold onto with a very tight grasp of those things that are in your unique ability those things that you have an incredible level of expertise A thirst for continued learning. But most important those things give you more energy than they take. Those are things not to to look for technology to automate but to really hold onto for your personal development and for your company's best use of who you are so hey i certainly one of the things being talked a lot about in the industry and i encourage folks to kind of be discerning in choosing those things that can be best used for that up another one that i'll just say personally evangelist for And this might be a little bit shocking to some. But it's the elimination of the form. And i don't just mean the elimination of paper. But i mean the elimination of the form and hr professionals. We all have tried this romantic relationship with the form. It's kind of our our currency in the hr profession. It's like fill this out and give it back to me you know and and that's gonna Cut our teeth odd and yet when we think about what. Our jobs are as as professionals. It's really to make sure we know the person that we're talking to is. Who they say they are to collect a bunch of information from them and to have them say that this information is true and then to take that information and put it in different places in payroll or to government systems or things like that in this idea form is is still really just an abstraction. It's a way that we like to look at the data but in the long run i would say it's going to be less and less comment that were dependent on rendering things on warm or saving them as a pdf. And it's really going to be more About what information needs to move from place to place and that's going to release a lot more efficiency in our systems fantastic say not connected that any better. I heartily agree on me i think. Hr professionals need some of that tall. Some of the tasks to be automated so they can spend more time in delivering strategic value. And i think i think if you surmise that perfectly. I think one thing i would add is is. Hr professionals can really add value because they come contextualized problems. Let this that assistance. Do automated tasks of as you say identifying. What are some things black hawaii. And really the these. The human brain power to contextualized populist to value. And i think is going to be a revolutionary in a good way for the hr professional. Because it's it's screaming out for that overworked anyway so they can free up some time to really spoke us. Their efforts are more segic. Toss in moving forward. I think it's going to be real positive topic you some way. They must better than it's got. Ask the question. Coley agree quite relevant in our markets over here in the uk. There's a lot of conversation about the gig economy at the moment. We've got thirty five legislation which has been delayed by year but it certainly been a hot topic pre pandemic. How do you think the gig economy is going to reshape. The modern workforce while i mean that is such a It's a broad question. You know and the gig economy. It's not only going to it. It it already has in the gig. Economy again is something. Broadly conceived as those folks who I would say anyone who doesn't have that. Traditional single employer long-term work relationship. It's those who are working on an app based Sort of a company but those are also employees who are working as contractors and choosing to kind of create their own gigs or say so in the united states right. Now about forty percent of employment is contingent and so it's a little bit broader than gig. It's not just at base but part time seasonal contract temporary all folks fall into that. That's a huge huge part of the economy. And really the shaping that is happening here is you know you just gotta step back and look at the macro landscape. Which is that. People are choosing to create their livelihood in many different ways and the gig. Economy helps facilitate that in a big way because it allows Let's say the speaking specifically around app based solutions It enables employees to a worker to spin up a short term engagement to fill a gap and to really deliver that on demand to themselves into their family as economies are concerned and when we talk to workers who are non traditional in the past the largest stress the had is knowing what comes next If they're working seasonal jobs you know figuring out what the next seasonal job is and by the you know the gig economy coming up in its popularity and it's accessibility. It gives almost an immediate gap filler for folks who don't find themselves immediately engaged have tomorrow or the next week or the next month available in one plug into something so from a worker facing side. It's it's a revolution that folks are not going back from. It might not be that people stay forever in the gig economy but it is gonna be the punctuation mark. it'll be the comma between careers or the space between Other longer engagements that that people turn to more and more fluidly and frequently from an employer side by this were the huge opportunity exists in you know in two thousand and eight. In the united states we had such incredible economic downturn and there were so many fulltime workers who lost their jobs in in general what we saw was employers did not hire back up after the economic collapse of two thousand eight all of the same fulltime workers as they had before they were looking for greater flexibility and so they back filled with a with a contingent in gig workforce in many of those cases and that was really where we start to see the gig economy start to start to take off all and those employers that have used this tool to its greatest benefit. Those are the ones who are on the cutting edge of this right now and really what that means. Is you know when you look at the potential hiring a full-time worker versus a contract worker. A gig worker in allows you to much for specifically go after the skill set that you are looking for and to have a lower level of commitment when working with a gig or a contingent worker so instead of hiring a generalist who can do a bunch of things. Let's use it Weird analogy building a house hiring somebody who can build the whole house. You're able to hire somebody who can just do framing and just do plumbing and just the electric And then throttled them up in throttle down when you need. Don't need them. And the companies that learn to work in that ecosystem. Well those are the ones that have incredible success Because those are the ones that are able to align their cost structure it very much with the demand on the other side of their business and traditionally a fulltime workforce is something. That's very difficult to throttle up in down. So that's just say you're talking about it for a few minutes but a few of the changes are advantages. I see both sides of that definitely makes sense. I think we're seeing the same trend for my perspective as a recruiter in this space in the south west by says well you know. They used to be not long ago. A few years back everyone was into these integrated packages that everything is all in one solutions. It right now. I think there's been a real change of heart people looking for best in class software. That all kind of integrates with each other and that's been a shift. It's a bit like that house. And i gave before while the have and especially its absence reporting all specialist ramon on boarding toilet all these different bits that feed into one integrated solution as opposed to something that does choice do everything and be to use the phrase in the uk. Oh jack of all trades master of none which happens. We're seeing a big shift in outside. Have you ever asked yourself. How can any recruiter understand my h- hr recruitment challenges. Please don't give up on your hiring challenges just yet terret. jj h- hr recruitment. We appreciate the difficulties associated with attracting recruiting and retaining top human resources talent. We also understand just how closely a higher can be. Jj hr recruitment with light to partner with you to help you overcome your hiring challenges contacted today on a one seven two seven eight hundred three seven seven or visit jj recruitment dot com to find out more. One thing that i'd like to ask you presumably. This is something you've had to consider in developing of your software and a it because only a few weeks ago. We saw a huge ransomware attack on garment which is probably brand. That's close to my heart. Probably broncos yours outdoor orange and it's one of those brands you don't expect to get hit because they're so big you know behemoth brands. You always going to be protected. But i think when it comes to hr when it comes to recruitment why do as well and pay a louis things things like security and privacy are areas which we sometimes see other departments are looking after because it's a difficult thing. Look after we leave it with we it with some but as we start bringing in all these different solutions i do think that security and privacy has become more of an element that hr freshly start considering right now. So i'm not snow. Your your view on on how you see. Security privacy evolving within human resources absolutely. Well it is that we must wear and it is one that all of us need to kind of understand more thoroughly so that we can you know in a smart manner make decisions that are protecting that that safeguarding of information. That workers have presented to us so it is. It is of our responsibility to to learn the basics about security so that we understand the landscape that were you know that we're operating within when we look at employers that are creating remote onboarding solutions in again. People are doing a lot of different things. They're often creating their own homegrown solutions. Initially what we see companies do when faced with an immediate need to remote onboarding is a just do on boarding via email so they email pedia ormes. They ask employees to download them. Fill them out in e mail them back. And i i i had folks for being scrappy and looking for immediate solutions on how to get the job dot and that's really what it comes down to but i highly encourage folks to to turn away from e As an acceptable solution because of its security vulnerabilities. And as we all know you sent email unless you're delivered about it that email is is kept in your sent email box when the employee fills this form out with all of their sensitive information all their bank account information And then sends it back to you. It lives in their sent. Mail and those then become vulnerabilities that email account is hacked in the future on an individual level like you as an individual. Hr manager if your email you know username. And password is access seventy gets in and they do a search in your sent may help for direct deposit in all of your employees direct deposit forms. Come up on that is just. It's unfortunately not a secure choice overall so Can be something people move to pinch. But that's just like the base layer of really kind of think about the long term consequences of that so when you are thinking about security in the system whether again you're looking to create something on your own or you something like work bride or another solution out there. You really do want to be asking the security questions to understand kind of how they are safeguarding. The information if their gdp are compliant if they're sock to compliant the types of things that will allow you to best assess this solutions. And and really you know when i when i said that we need to kind of learn the basics about security we can't cyber security experts it really is understanding kind of what are the certifications out. There what is appropriate for the size and type of company that i'm working with as well as the type of information that the company has so just to give you one example of as hr professional trying to use the right tool for the right job if you're choosing an ats. An applicant tracking system. Security might be less important because the data that is in at. Ats typically doesn't include financial information in sensitive information. It's more pre employment information in some interview questions whereas if you're choosing an on boarding solution where employees are submitting again all of this financial information. Your security bar should be materially higher on that so again it just kind of understanding have landscape works and trying to ask the right questions not perfect. I've actually helped me scribbling away. You making a note. I need to check my sent items and clear that down unclear. Skin is on that right after the laser enough time for me to clear that dan would be the only one i wanna. I wanna bring it back full circle. Let's go back to remote and decentralized teams because his myself even my business. jj recruitment we've now got people working from home. It's been adjustment for me. Just leaders out there. That are trying to get used to the new ways of working. How would you recommend organizations go about building and supporting a successful remote will decentralize team. Yeah boy again. A multifaceted question overall. So the i'll talk about the things just kind of for my professional knowledge as well as for my direct experience over the last several months the last four employees higher here work bright. We have recruited interviewed hired on boarded oriented and the begun working in and none of us have at any of them. And so it's certainly the case that this is true with many many employers out there overall as far as best there are a lot of different things to think about. So first of all you know on boarding. I know it's what we do in and At work right. And it's certainly one of the motivators for the call here but from an employer and employee perspective. I almost want on boarding to disappear. I want the friction to be removed so that it is easy for that employee to get done And it is something that is a well oiled machine for the employer that they don't have to worry about it because there are so many other aspects of having this remote workforce that do require extra elbow grease so i would just say. Make sure you have a great technical on boarding system of something like work right or otherwise and then the things to really think about this on boarding process are those things that made you a great employer a great. Hr person in a real world situation so go back and think about those experiences you've had as hr professional or as a recruiter that you found were the best practices those things that you saw an employee. A worker laid up with delight. You saw them inspired by learning about the vision of a company or uplifted because they had a human connection in they were. They were meeting a colleague that they could tell was going to be a friend or they were open hearted when sharing their background with other employees. Whatever it may be you gotta look back across your personal experience and think about those things that you know. Make a great human resource experience. And when i say Human resource experience. I'm thinking about not only hiring somebody but retaining that person going forward and then think about how to create those in a digital world and double down on them. Double down on them There there is no exact answer for folks but what we're seeing is that managing remote workforce's requires additional communication above. And beyond. what you would have. It requires in increased level on cultural onboarding. Those deliberate efforts you make to connect employees with each other and to connect them with management and leadership and then it demands in ongoing focus on checking in and mental. Health of your workforce and. This is something that i would say. By and large companies are falling down on the. They're they're hiring people. They're they're taking their traditional in office organization in moving it online but then they're not checking in enough going forward. They're not continually assessing. The emotional mental health of their employees and pandemic is hard on people. You know we all know that we're all moving through this and it's it's probably going to be here for a bit longer and so i'm thinking about specifically those employees on both ends of the spectrum. Some that might be living alone and really are socially isolated and typically they would be in a physical work office for their social connection and they aren't getting that think about checking in with them also think about workers with a large family and lots of kids at home that they're struggling to provide a home schooling or online educational support. And they don't have a a private workspace or anything like that. They're also struggling. So in general. I would say the theme is think about what you've done well in the past what's worked. Recreate that in the digital world and then turn up the volume fantastic. You've helped me. That seem to be all these multifaceted questions. The media balls my next one already. Which is what are some of the challenges cubans he prepared for. But i think we've covered up. We've covered that brilliantly. So i'm gonna finish this with this last question because it's something close to my heart. I know stephanie. Close to the professionals out there that keen to attract new talent that brands but also to retain it you mentioned retention in that last answer there so finish david. What's your views on. How can and with remote working in mind. How can they can use remote technology to increase retention to improve job satisfaction and also to improve the attraction for a brand. Yeah absolutely so we already know that. A good onboarding technology is a positive new were experience like in in serving workin and focus. Group work me learned the they prefer it because again. They don't enjoy in general coming in that first day of work and having their first experience being either left alone or one one in room and going through a ream of paper so by moving this experience something that they could do on their own time. It's certainly creates a more positive experience at the very start and each one of these little experiences when hiring a new employee is very much about whether they're going to stay around for the long run each experience that you put together as a building block of them learning about the whole picture of your company and an overall what it looks like now. The thing that i will say is a key. And i'm sure you know this nick from your recruiting background as well as far as retention in a position is concerned is alignment of expectations. We learned this over and over so the more incoming workers understand and are aligned with the expectations of the position of the company. And they understand what that position is gonna look like the more likely. They are to make a deliberate decision and stay around for the long run now sometimes. This creates a smaller funnel of applicants but doing filtering them out at the front end instead of in their first month two or three work when their then learning about these things so one of the most important things is to be very transparent especially in this remote world be extra transparent about what the work is gonna look like. We encourage you to put together in especially in the remote world a day in the life for particular job where you're interviewing another employee. Who has that position. Or you're putting together just a video of you talking about very transparently what that position is gonna look like on a daily basis and often. I've seen companies try and obv- escape or hide some of the negative aspects of the work. Where some of the more difficult aspects of the work and. I would advocate for being very clear on what those are as well as the best parts. The job up to help people Decide early if this is the right fit for them so that early transparency using whatever tools you have is kind of a a good indicator for employees sticking around for the long run. The other thing is to think about this broad period of on boarding in again. I was talking about the tactical on boarding. When i talk about work right but think about the biggest picture of on boarding lasting all the way through. Let's just say the first ninety days of somebody's employment and so a lot of times folks end the idea of on boarding after their organization and then folks are just often running but to continue a long tail of check ins of expectation management of creating small projects that are going to create success outcomes and creating longer term goals for thirty sixty ninety day marks having a a lot of focus on building relationships with co workers at building relationships with their managers and again. This is one of the things that you have to double down on in a virtual world. Because they're that much harder so something that we've done here for example with deploys in a physical office on those first days or weeks somebody walks around. They meet other employees. They don't have that opportunity in virtual world is much so we facilitate that we create these morning coffees with a new employees to. They have an opportunity to meet every single person in the company so for their first few weeks. They'll have a scheduled time. It just fifteen minutes. Each morning will the will their meet two or three other employees zoom room. They'll all have coffee and will give them one question different question every day to answer as a conversation starter so again just kind of thinking about those things that naturally occur in moving those Digital world fantastic while you've given us so many insights. David thank you so much for joining me. David sickened of course found work. Right if you're interested in one hundred percent remote diesel boarding software streamlines and digitises be honest. The traditional paper heavy cumbersome process of on boarding new employees then i highly recommend go and visit his website which is www dot worked like dot com. David i could speak to you all day. I think by the age of outdoor activities. Thanks for joining me today. Eight to be polka speed an absolute pleasure other any other links. You'd like me to highlight list as well. I think that at work dot com. We have a great blog with remote work recommendations there as well so we're checking out fantastic links linked in profile as well if we want to find out more so thanks again and of course if you are listening to the podcast and you find yourself needing to recruit some top. Hr talent and please give me a call. I'm c. and a here. Jj recruitment you can reach me at nick at j. Recruitment dot com. You'll also find my contact details in the episode notes. Otherwise i'd like to say to you all the cough to your cells and each other. Thanks again for joining me today. We bring you a new episode of at indeed focused. Really take care of yourself and each other all the best. Thank you so much for tuning into hr led podcast with your host nick day ceo of jt recruitment specialist hr recruits. 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Ep 99: Rebeccas Story

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Ep 99: Rebeccas Story

"Thank you for listening to this. podcast one production available on spotify apple. PODCASTS podcast one dot com in anywhere else you podcasts. My Name's Rebecca I grew up in Batavia Ohio Which is near Cincinnati whenever someone asks her in from always say Cincinnati? No one's going to able to find Batavia on a map at the very small small community I love it. I mean it's been my only home. I now work in the community unity. I work for children's services Four Clermont County Which is the job that I've had for about a year and a half? It's January sixteenth. Two Two thousand twenty and I'm talking to Rebecca more on skype audio Rebecca's describing for me her hometown of Batavia Ohio as well as her upbringing bringing but growing up was a little different My parents got divorced six months old so just never knew what it was like to really have married parents parents which was really fine for me because I didn't know the difference But also my parents co parented really well like they should have been like the poster child for like divorced and it was just great My mom was more like strict Monday through Friday. Made sure sure I had all my basic needs met Just kinda mom and then. My Dad was like my son weekend that he worked. The COP so schedule was really really weird so whenever I was with my dad actually at my grandparents and so my grandparents how to really big role of raising me I was with them almost every weekend and which is just something that I look back on now They are family was just pretty simple. especially for the first part of my life and we just the power team and There weren't really any big issues when recalling what it was like for her growing up. Rebecca speaks fondly of both of her parents. Sonia Sonja and Michael. Her Mom was her rock and her dad was a phenomenal father to her. A man who truly doted on his daughter he was a Warren County. Johny Sheriff's deputy and although he worked a lot he always made time for her. We just had a lot of fun like the place that has condo and Mason and there was a gas station about a mile away and so we used to go and take his truck and go sit on the Better the truck and eat ice cream together. That was something that we you did almost weekly And just like small little memories like that. Where like no like my dad like really tried to make sure I had everything I could And Dan treated me as if I was adult and not just like a child that could understand. Thank you always tried to explain things and try to give life lessons from as early early if I can't remember. Rebecca was an only child although she would inherit some step siblings a little later in life after her parents divorced when she was really young her dad remarried twice once when she was about five or six and then again a few years later her mom would remarry too but not until does she was thirteen. It was actually that year when she was thirteen years old and just two months after her mom had gotten remarried to her now. Stepdad ad when everything in Rebecca's world would change. It was the summer of two thousand nine. She was with her youth group for Church and they had gone up to Cedar Point for an overnight trip on their way back in the twelve passenger church Van. Her youth pastor suddenly instructed them all to turn turnover their cell phones he then turned off the radio and told them to just talk amongst themselves for the rest of the trip. And so we you get back to the church and all of the parents are like huddled together and I see my mom just sobbing. And I'm like Oh no Because my mom dad has been sick my whole life and so I just automatically assume that something had happened to My GRANDPA and so they said we're about everyone needs to stay in a couple of like my mom was crying and I want to get out of the Van Dyke staying here for a second. We'll come get you so my pastor went and talked to my mom for a few minutes and they came and got me We walked into the church. And I mean I think it really explains my mom. She just sat me down and said Rebecca last night. 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And so what are some of your favorite childhood memories so I know you were talking about going over to your dad's house with grandparents. But what are some of the things you remember both the by your grandparents and your dad and mom and all that stuff so I think the biggest thing with my the parents is they always did like a joint birthday party for me and it was always the best day of the year for me They run it out like an the ice skating rink and a bowling alley and movie theater and like always be very large birthday parties. especially because my birthday. I'm going five days before Christmas. So they always wanted to make a really big deal and just I mean it was awesome. All my friends are jealous and it was just so fun And my friends still park both parties. I think that's where my parents were really could come together. And love may very well And they never fought in front of me Any discussion that they had about me with always always done privately. Which is something that I love especially with my work now or I see parents just fighting in front of kids all the time like? That's such a traumatic thing that you can put on your kid So my parents just did a great job of keeping that separate And then as far as the grandparents We just had like routine though. My grandma had multiple sclerosis so she was home all the time And I got my love of cooking from her for sure We used to cook all the time and she was one of the best thing I've ever met and we would make tuna salad for lunch and it's something that like is various eligible for me now like if I make tuna salad it just reminds me for and it just brings a spot on my face. She's just so funny And she I get a lot of my personality from her I think Pretty Fassi pretty straightforward doesn't really take a Lotta crap from people And so you are their. I love her theater and I try to work on making sure people fear but she was just so caring but you knew that you did not mess with her and I I I love that about her personality. And then my GRANDPA For most of my childhood he was the Mayor of Union. which is the town that they lived in So he was away all day Working at the city building and stuff like that so he would always come home and eat dinner with us and then he would or would you like my bedtime routine which would sit in a large red leather chair together and he had a very low voice in very gruff and he would read me just from memory Like childhood story so like go like having three barriers and he would do all voices and his popularity was like this amazing character and I loved it So we'd sit there and we'd always do that while my grandma like cleaned up from dinner and then my grandma put me in bed and she'd all we Sing you are my sunshine to me and trace my face until I fell asleep so other like the best memories they have them and it's just them taking care of me. There were some cracks and Rebecca's vision of her great life with her loving family one day when she was in third grade. She Remembers Coming Home from her dad's house after a visit. I came home from a visit with my dad one time and it was just my mom. said it was just tripping along with just talking and she asked me about how the weekend when I think that and I said well and then Data Cup put it on the fridge. And she's like wait. What are you talking walking out and I said Dad Made Me pee in a cup and then he put it on top of the fridge and she was like she? Just let me go off and do my thing. And she's like that not like that. Something's wrong and So she had called a couple of people and like this isn't right like what's going on. It's been she actually called his employer which was born county sheriff's Office at the time and I'm suspecting that Michael using has even testing clean and She's like if he had like you might just want to watch Next time he does a drug test and so I think within the next week they drug tested and watched him and he tested Costas And the mom was just like Nope we can't you can't be unsupervised with her at this point I don't know if they like. My Mom deserves so how many awards for Big Mama Bear like. She protected me through through and at that moment. She's like no. You can't be unsupervised with her. I'll go get full custody. And she got full custody of me within the next six months from then on Rebecca would have supervised visits with her father. His parents Rebecca's grandparents. Warren Warren. In Maj would serve as the supervisors but michaels troubles didn't end there not long after that. He was arrested for stealing. I'm from evidence and for running. What investigators said was a mobile meth lab from the CONDO? He shared with his first wife. He was found guilty of stealing ailing from evidence but was acquitted of the drug allegation. He served about six months in prison but not long after he was released. He was rearrested for violating his probation. He spent another six months incarcerated. It was hard because I like I loved the fact. The Dad was a cop and to see him now completely opposite was really hard for me. It was so hard on her. In fact that Rebecca's mom took cooker to see a counselor a move that Rebecca now says got her to where she is. Today after Michael Married his third wife a woman named Ellen Alan he and Eland moved to Atlanta where they lived for about two years Michael ended up coming back to live with his parents while he and Eland and went through a divorce rebecca and her father were still working on their relationship. But it wasn't easy it put a strain on early should my grandparents for sure Because I didn't want to go over to their house because I make you would be there and so things are really tough on us. Listen I think you could start to see that. They're chaos going on in between the house between my grandparents and my dad and there's a lot of tension and a lot of snapping happen at people and stuff like that so I really didn't he my grandparents the time a couple of months before the murders when Rebecca's mom told her the devastating news. She had no idea what to think. I mean I just broke down. I started screaming screaming. I could not process the words that she just told me And at that point all we knew that my dad was in surgery and that we had like he he was in protective custody. That like no one could go to the hospital like no one can go see him and so I was freaking out because I thought someone someone had just tried to kill my dad and my grandparents were gone and didn't really know how to process the grandparents piece and I think it was just like okay is my dog GonNa make it or are we. You don't have three people and I mean I get goosebumps thinking about my mom telling me that It was just very simple straightforward and I just lost audit. I had to be like help out of the church and does really couldn't understand what was going on Rebecca and her mom were finally able to go down to the University of Cincinnati Hospital where her dad was recovering from surgery. She remembered looking down at him in the hospital bed and seeing blood said there was blood splatter on his feet and so they had not cleaned him up very well From the scene and stuff like that so I just remember member like his feet sticking out at the end of the bed And just be like Oh like this is a perfect. This is awful. Her mom asked him and what happened and he told her that someone had broken into his parents house where he had been living. The intruder murdered his parents and then shot him in the leg before before fleeing the scene so he told he like walked my mom through it But there are some who just came in and mom's like did you know him like Gino. We know this was and he's like no but like all find them off. I'd Rebecca told me. Her Mom was skeptical right away and knew something was off. My Momma did not believe the story. My Dad was giving right off the bat. She said there's no way It just seemed to sketchy. I think she had been in contact with my uncle. Who contact with police and there's already concern that that my dad store it was not legit? I think that's what my mom really like. This is not adding up and didn't really feel comfortable being down there and just her and myself. Michael told detectives the same thing. He was questioned while in his hospital bed on June thirteenth and June fourteenth two thousand nine after telling them his version of events he he reportedly stated. I want an attorney. I'm done thank you. After some additional prodding by the detective he asked him to come back act later as Rebecca and her mom left Michael's hospital room. She remembered seeing some sort of guard. Either a police officer or security with the hospital stationed outside of his room as they loved. She said she may have seen him a couple more times in the hospital as he recovered when when he was released he went to stay in a hotel for a couple of days but then he moved back into his parents house to the scene where they had been shot and killed builds Rebecca's mom wouldn't allow her to go over there to see him so one of their meetings took place on the side of the road so he could give her something that had belonged to you. Her grandma while Rebecca's mom and the rest of her family may have had their suspicions about Michael's story. Rebecca's mind didn't really go there at least not at first instead. She found herself afraid. I don't know if I really processed it I think. Initially I was scared because I thought if someone's GonNa come from grandparents then how does that mean that they're not gonna come for me and if they have been dead against the more family mainly because I knew my grandparents I knew that no one would ever want to harm them so I think I was just scared first and then the more things rolled out the more I suspected I don't know this is actually true and I think I was just so focused on you know we had the initial Night of the murders and then we had to get a funeral underway and That was down in Nashville so that required a lot and And this is off the crazy and then I had to go back to school So it happened towards the end of summer or I guess the Middle Summer and so it's just Kinda flew by and then it was just focusing on getting back to school and being a eighth grader. About a month after the murders Rebecca was dealt another. Blow Her dad was initially arrested on drug charges but about a week or two after that he was charged with the murders. My mom came home and I got a text from her friend and Said Your Dad's on news again aside. What like turn on the news and my mom came home at that? I'm and said MOM. I got a text thing that on the news. What's going on she like? I'm so sorry like I tried to get home like I wanted to tell you. Your dog got arrested today. he's been charged with the murders. And I think I just I just Kinda I'm like I'm a slow processor offer so I like to sit back and think about things before I give it response sometimes Physically I can be like I can lash out when I'm emotional and so for something that I've really tried to do is just sit back. Think about it and then I'll come to my conclusion story just remembering that moment just sitting very still on my couch and just like I knew this was coming coming. It doesn't take the pain away and he loves back at school. Rebecca was going into the eighth grade and news of her grandparents. Murders had hit just about everybody in her small community. She recalled one classmate approaching her and accusing her of lying about what had happened. Your grandparents prince weren't murdered. He said to her. You're making it all up for attention. Teachers and counselors intervened and the boy eventually apologized list. Rebecca visited her father frequently while he was awaiting trial. Her mom would take her to the jail at seven. AM on Saturday mornings. Sometimes great sometimes they were just odd and sometimes I stormed out so they kinda hit or miss. Rebecca told me that she the and her father actually never discussed the murders. I think we've just never. We've never had like one. All of your jail. Interviews are recorded so there's very limited things and make INSA- Especially when they're pending trial just because they can use those against them in trial and so we never really talked about the murders but he would make comments about like. Oh like yeah like I really Miss Your GRANDPA and I would just remember being so annoyed of like. I don't think you get to miss them like I. I don't think you get to be the entitled to that if you actually were the one that killed them. It would be another four years before Michael would stand trial. Prosecutors had announced that they would be seeking the death penalty. Rebecca was on the Prosecution's witness list which meant that she had to be ready to testify. She also Oh had meetings with the defense team just prior to trial. A day-long mediation was held or Michael's attorneys were attempting to hash out a plea. He deal to avoid going to trial towards the end of the day. However Michael requested to speak with his daughter the mediators it was going back and forth between prosecution and with the Dunn's team and had been hours we it was getting late and so My Dad's attorney came out talked to my mom and then they both came over to me and said your dad wants to speak with you And the MOM's like my almost very hudson on letting me get one. I think the only time she'll put her foot down but I said mom like I always go talk to him. I go be fine and you gotTA realize I. I had not touched my dad in over four years and now it's going to be any room with him with his lawyers to where I could physically grab his hand which was such an Odd thing for me. She went in and gave him a hug. He sat her down and ask her what she thought about going to trial. And so what is your Brian Trial and I was like well. If you believe that you do not do this then you have to make the decision of whether I want to go to trial and I think he really tried to put it on me to make that decision but I even seventeen like absolutely not. That is not my job. That is not the role. I'm GonNa take in the He. They then dropped a bombshell. He told her that he was now going to tell her what really happened that night. He was like okay And he's like well then I need to tell you the truth and then came up with a new story that he and my grandfather got to a physical fight. After my GRANDPA had killed my GRANDPA and I just don't remember breaking down and his lawyers were pissed like my mom was furious And I just broke down and my mom just got me out of that courthouse as fast as she could. According to Michael's new version of events Rebecca's GRANDPA had killed her grandma After an argument Michael then had no choice but to kill her grandpa after they struggled over the gun. It was yet another story story that was unbelievable. Perhaps even more unbelievable than the first one Michael's attorneys seeing as he was now claiming that he did to kill Warren more knew that the plea deal they had been working towards was no longer. It was that night but it was decided that we would go to trial. Prosecution was done. They were pissed when they found out that soaring. I know we're done and we will see you at trial and so we're left on a better note at the end of mediation. My team was furious because it ruined all of their years of work. Michaels trials started in September of two thousand thirteen. He was facing two counts of murder and one count each of tampering with physical evidence possession of a handgun by a convicted convicted felon and falsely reporting an incident according to prosecutors Michael Shot and killed both of his parents before shooting putting himself in the leg to make it look like he wasn't the perpetrator. They told the jury that the stories Michael came up with after the incident are not possible. According to the evidence as expected Michael's defense attorneys presented this new version of events to the jury in their opening statements. Joann Lynch said that Michael was home at his parents house when he heard them arguing he then heard a pop along with the sound of his mother hitting the floor. You're he ran over and saw his mother's body so he confronted his father. who was holding a gun? The two men struggled and the gun went off several Herald Times. Two bullets hit Michael in the leg before he was able to grab the gun away. Firing it at his dad as he fell Lynch Said said Michael came up with the initial intruder story in order to cover up for what the fight was really about drugs. No one's ever going to believe that my grandpa just snapped. That's not who my grandpa was in any sense so I think that's the hardest part is like really like you're gonNA. You're going to now throw your dad under the bus. Like how could you do that. I mean we're asking the guy that accused of murder how he could throw someone on the bus. But you're like how. How can you do this? The Commonwealth called several neighbors of the Morris to the stand who all testified ride. They had heard the gunshots that night. All of them said it was a quick succession one right after another detective Tim. Carnahan testified testified that his he was at the Moore's house securing the scene he thought about it for a second and then guests that the gun might be on the roof of the house. Sure enough enough. That's where the three fifty seven revolver was recovered. He said investigators returned to the House the following day and found blood on the back Deck Jack near where the gun had been found. The blood was human blood. Gregory winger the Medical Examiner told the jury that Warren and managed more were each shot in the back of the head. Warren was shot at close range and also had injuries on his face. The surgeon who operated on Michael after the incident testified that his wounds were superficial investigator. Brian Cochran it took the jury through the items of evidence found at the scene including more than a dozen bottles of pills a DNA expert testified died there was a mixture of DNA on the gun from both Michael and Warren and that the blood on the duck was from Michael and Maj Michael's older brother whom the family affectionately refers to as smitty took the stand and said he had questions about Michael's intruder story in the days following the murders. He would ask what had happened. But Michael would offer few details in the years leading up to the trial. He said he didn't confront Michael but he did continue to ask questions. He said one thing his brother couldn't answer was how he was able to run down the stairs after he was shot. He said he wouldn't have been able to make it through the narrow stairwell. Smitty said he also asked why someone would come in shoots shoot Warren. Imagine the head and kill them but just wound. Michael Michael's response was that it was maybe a warning but he wouldn't say anything else. Smitty testified that the first time he had heard Michael's new version of what happened was just days before the trial on cross examination. Smitty admitted that their Father Warren was on several medications and that he had a number of health problems he had also. We've seen a psychiatrist and was dealing with his wife's multiple sclerosis diagnosis Michael's current girlfriend Sherry testified testified that while he was in the hospital he told her to that it intruder had broken in one of the last pieces of evidence the Commonwealth presented to the jury were the results of Gunshot Residue tests conducted on Warren more. The results were inconclusive. To be your twenty twenty shows up a lot in science fiction. 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For a free safe safe sustainable shipping process so thinks sustainably consign with the real real today and earn up to eighty five percent commission plus site credit authentic antics sustainable luxury only at the real real dot com. When it was the defenses turn to present their case one of the the first responders to the scene testified that Michael's testicle was dangling when he arrived even though the surgeon had earlier said it was a superficial wound and then Murdy Pie? Burn a longtime friend of Maj. More testified that she talked to Maj on the phone just hours before she died. She said she didn't notice anything wrong that night. But that she had noticed a change in both madge and Warren's attitudes over the last few years she told the court that Warren was depressed and was angry with Michael he had given him money and a place to live and Michael abused it by taking pills else she said Maj was feeling like she was a prisoner because she was always confined to the house due to her Multiple Sclerosis and that Warren was often frustrated with her because of it. She testified that when Michael got out of the hospital she was the one who picked him up. He stayed with her for two nights and she said she would have allowed him to stay longer because she was not afraid of him. Another friend of matches. Judy Chris men testified mystified at one time after she had surgery. Madge came over with some prescription pills. Because the doctor hadn't prescribed her any she too said that Warren was depressed and that she and madge had started drifting apart she said it one point she had thought of the more family as a perfect family but as the years when by she saw that it wasn't much to rebecca surprise. Michael decided to testify to by this time time. Rebecca was heading into her senior year of high school. She attended the trial as often as she could but she did go into school on some days. That's that's where she was when she got word that her father was going to take the stand. My Dad was not supposed to take a stand that was never in the cards. Everyone a new that it would be great if he did and so. I got a sitting at school. I forget what I was doing but I'm Oh. I was on the news because I just had downloaded the news. APPS to make sure it was being updated and reporter had tweeted Michael Moore to take the stand and an hour and a half and I was like Oh my God I call. My mom is a mom going to trial. She's like Rebecca. I can't go to work like like I can't leave work like you can't go and I said mom I'm going like there's no I'd like to go and so she called my aunt who was already trial? She said that she'd keep an eye on me because they didn't like hormonal. Seventeen year. Old running the Boone County courthouse. Michael I talked about his childhood and about is very tight family. He said that when he was in high school other kids would come to live with them because his parents would take them in. He called them great people. He said he started to party while in high school and that he and his is mother had a rocky relationship. She saw more potential in him. He said when asked if he had lived up to that potential he said No. I have not Michael called his father. Brilliant and said he never failed at anything even when he was diagnosed with colon cancer and had a difficult prognosis basis. Warren's still bounced back. Michael testified that he got married had a child and became a Warren County. Sheriff's deputy in March two thousand two. He injured his back. While on the job and later became addicted to painkillers. He told the jury that his is mom who had pills for her. Ms Diagnosis would often share her pills with him. She had given him the combination to the safe where she kept them because because she couldn't always it herself the fact that Maj would share her pills with Michael upset. Warren Michael said they would argue often in about it and Warren would try and limit her pills. Michael told the jury that he's an addict that he couldn't stop and that his mom would give her pels to him because he said she's loving sometime in two thousand five. He testified that he opened the safe and saw a note in there from his dad. Add the note. Read quote Michael. If even a single pill is missing from the safe. Don't ever come back. You'll never be welcome again on the day of the murders. Michael said he and his dad were on the Internet looking up directions when he asked his dad to get his mom another pill. Warren asked what happened to the one she had and Michael told him that she had given it to him. Were in refused to give her another one. Michael said he told his mother what his father had said and that she became angry were in came up the stairs then and they started arguing and then it got quiet. He said he said he heard a pop and then heard his mom hit the floor. He ran upstairs and saw his mom lying there. He said he was angry and so he went to find his father who was on the stairway they struggled. The gun went off and hit him in the eye. Hi he said he thought he was going to die and so he wrestles the gun away and fired he then fired second time. Michael Said said he was thinking what just happened. Oh my God I just shot my dad. My Dad just killed my mom. I'm shot. He said his immediate reaction was to try and cover it up because he was scared. The jury however didn't believe Michael Story either one of them and they found him guilty on all counts. Yeah the guilty verdict was just a rough night but I think also coming coming back to the community. I grew up in when I got home. One of my best friends so my grandparents died when I was in eighth grade. His Dad died when we were in the ninth eighth grade and so we experienced very serious losses very close together though he had left bouquet of flowers on my front deck and I just remember. Just it's like getting them anything so excited and we love musicals and he like row in the cards something to one of our favorite musicals and I just want to be like this. This is my breath of fresh air during the horrible day of. I still have people that love me and are willing to help protect me. Basically and it came in the form with my seventeen year old friend that I'd known my whole life. Rebecca was asked by Michael's defense team to speak on his behalf at sentencing the importance of what they we're asking her to do wasn't lost on her and it made her feel like her family was divided. The trial was really hard for me. Because I I saw like I mean you visibly saw that our family was split And that was really hard that there's certain things that we will never recover or from and this is going to be one of them you know in. My mom got called to testify by prosecution so even in my own household it was like well. I'm the only one on his side. I was really really hard so you felt like you were on his side and your mom was on the prosecution side. Is that kind of how you looked at it. Yeah so I think. And not as bluntly ought to say it but it was very like well known that my role was. Let's get him after he and I felt so much pressure. I mean I'm seventeen. I'm trying to get through my senior high school. I was still trying to defy where I wanted to go to college college like but I have to just take this break and go attendance trial with all these emotions and all these feelings and just not knowing what what the hell's going on and so I don't know like I there's just so much pressure on me at that time and I just felt so overwhelmed armed especially because it was like well. We need you to testify because your dad is really looking at a really good chance of getting convicted and getting the death penalty so at his sentencing. Rebecca did it. She went up there in argued against something that she had been four prior to being put into the situation the death penalty. I was always like Oh yeah like if people are victims of crime like they should be given definitely whatever and I say now look back. It's like Ooh you should probably like experience it before you really like. Make a comment His for me like I know that my dad could be a dad from prison even if he was going to be gone forever and so when I testified I said. Do you know I fully believe that. My Dad can still act as a parent. Even if he's hours away in Kentucky I believe that he he still has a role in my life. And I also believe that this is GonNa be a time where we can really grow and we're kind of relationship and I mean the point that my dad being in jail for those past four and a half years were the first time that I've had a data on on drugs And that was just such a unique experience for me and something that I think is really changed my outlook on having him in my life. I think it's really easy to just shut someone down and keep them away and I'm all all about healthy boundaries like there's certain things but my dad cannot be a part of my life and that's just in order to protect myself and make sure that I'm not Dependent on him and I'm not just always willing to bend over backwards for him But there's just certain areas where no like. We can work on this weekend. Try and establish a healthy relationship and I always felt that my dad could have role in my life but I just wasn't certain of what that role was going to be at that time. Michael was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole is appeals have since been denied I asked Rebecca how often she sees her father while he's in prison. She told me that there was an incident at the jail. Not Too long ago and a fight that he was involved in and so his visits are currently suspended and will be until at least next year they talk on the phone however however about every three weeks she said their best conversations are about her work and the work he used to do as a police officer she still has her memories of her dad being a great dad and in her small community she still runs into an even works with people who used to work with her dad. Bad Rebecca wonders a lot. About what could have become of them if her father had not had an addiction and had not made the choices. He made the best thing that I've ever done for my my dad my Degree is in social services. But it's a focus on addictions counseling. And I really wanted to understand addictions because I WANNA understand why my brain works the way it does and the more than I understand about addicts in in general the more. I'm able to understand my dad and just have a more working relationship with him. I asked Rebecca what advice she would give to someone. Listening to. This soon may be in a similar situation. I watch a lot of trials and I know my listeners. Due to every witness every victim every defendant didn't has a family or has loved ones who may be struggling behind the scenes with how to cope with these decisions that they didn't make. She told me that for her. There were two main things that helped her her faith and her counselor. She also feels lucky that she had so much support from her community community for love and the care that came from. Just my community really pulled me through. You know my friends and my the teachers and I'm just really thankful for those people because I don't know it's fun. Now that I work for the county I get to interact with them Pretty frequently still especially with teachers features could remain reporters child abuse and so it's cool to see them still loving and taking care of students years later. 'cause I I just really felt that from them despite it all Rebecca still struggles with how she views her father. There's my dad who find dad and who I'm always always gonNA love and try to take care of and then there's my dad who's been convicted of these horrible and horrific things and then there's the guy that I associate with killing my grandparents who I loved more than anyone in the world and so it's really hard 'cause I feel like you have to Kinda put into categories because if you mix it all you're just gonNA be a train wreck and so like I'd be my dad in very different ways in different scenarios. But I've I've never been afraid of him but I'm also I think out of something something that I've gotten out of all this is I'm pretty resilient and I'm not gonNA put up with this crap a lot which took me a really long time to understand because I do think one of my dad's fault since he's very manipulative and especially? When I was younger I believed every you worry? said I thought he was greater than anything that this world could offer. She was my hero and someone that I looked up at time so I always wanted to see the good in him and it took me a long time to realize I have to make some of my own decisions and kill him with certain aspects which has been created created tension in our relationship. Now but I think now we have a more constructive relationship in beverly ahead as we talked. Rebecca remarked that she has photos up in her office at work of her friends family and even of her father. I I mean I'm sitting at my desk right now at work and I'm looking at forty already pictures but I have hung up of my friends. My family and you know about includes my dad. I've a picture of my dad and I when I was a baby and then I have a picture of have him in his jump from prison. So you know I I'm laughing. 'cause they're just two very different pictures but they're important moments in my life and things. I don't take for granted and I don't know I I'm smiling because I like love all of these people and there have all been there for me through through thick and thin and I just. I'm just so thankful for the people that are around me and that's all for this episode. I WANNA thank Rebecca more for sharing sharing her story with me. Many people don't know this but court junkie used to be a blog. I started back in two thousand thirteen on that log I would accept writer. Submissions admissions and one day. A writer reached out to me with the story about the murders of Warren Badge. More and so. I posted it fast forward to October. Two Thousand Nineteen nineteen and I received an email from Rebecca Moore saying she had googled her family's name and came across that log post she had started listening to the podcast cast and we started conversing back and forth and then decided to create an episode about the murders of her grandparents. 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02-05-2021

The KiddChris Show

54:32 min | 4 months ago

02-05-2021

"In other wolf fact media rick that afternoon to you welcome. Their salaries are outrageous. You should see what kid. Chris gets paid to sit around. And we're not going to do that. We're not going to do that. Trae would you stand by that. Little red button their place michelle. You're up say something that wows me. Yeah they absolutely should not be getting a raise. Okay tell me why how. Japan is big enough. We just cleared the phones out that simply because we have a bunch of juvenile delinquents. That think it's funny to make penis jokes on the air. We're talking about a regular topic kid. Chris comprised twenty three three seven seven. Iii kid chris show It's a slow ass week man but finally were here friday. The friday podcast Don't even listen to this on a friday but listen it's great to have you here all right and Keep in touch with me. Five one three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine up of course on All the social media at kid. Chris On instagram twitter. Facebook had a fun show last night. If you missed club. Chris holy shit. I get more calls on that than i do. The whole week on the radio show so check that out. Kid chris. dot t. okay You can watch all the archives and stuff. It was a fun one last night even had like an old friend. My friend gordon. Who is somebody. Talk about on the show Someone i i. Basically he was my brother growing up pretty much. Because i was at his house. All the time would spend days at his house all that stuff and all we did was fuck around. He's actually the one that you you probably know. The bid on the show where he interviews nate dogg and keeps calling him. You know a bitch man. They work like pitch nate dogg. That's gordon that's my buddy and Yeah it's awesome hear from him. I maybe could count on one hand. You know friends especially from high school stuff. I met him when i moved to syracuse in seventh grade. So i mean that's how long known him and so yeah even checks in. 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You're calling about near name and all that stuff no on fridays. when the phone rings here in the studio the wringer is okay It the opposite of what you're supposed to be doing in radio. That's pretty much. The kid chris show in general But we just pick up live in take over. You could talk about whatever now if you're listening to the show you know what it's all about. It's usually a train wreck whatever Always yeah and you would think on friday you were like. Oh let's let's be lazy and stuff you know on fridays. We like the work a little bit. We don't know what you're calling about so we have to deal with it when you call in and drop. Whatever you're calling about sue on our show we call. It calls it a collar louis friday. So there's no we have no control today. I didn't know the christopher guest was married to jamie lee. Curtis if you know he's the guy in spinal tap Good for him. yeah. I didn't know. I didn't know they were related and Today she's celebrating twenty two years of being sober by the way And jamie lee. Curtis i think was one of the first ever like set a like boobs. I seen on. Tv in a movie. Yes and Trading places yeah and it was really really wonderful to see and to this day. I could look at that and get that same feeling as a young boy when i see. Oh yeah that warm feeling in your nether regions caller. You're on the air so your name and where you're from please named james and i'm from north carolina. Good what's up. Hey buddy. I just wanted to say happy friday. I love your show in the morning and make sure you pack your lunch and don't smoke from e cigarette good. It's not bad advice. Thank you very much on Black ice road. Who yes very take you brown prerogative. bobby brown. Basically killed his entire family to think about but awesome music it. I love bobby brown to this day. I would fan boy. If i saw all these hits. He's fifty two today witness taj together. I was like got day of. Oh sorry baby sweet. Good solid right song. I can do squirrel. This was remembered a video the live version. And he's all sweaty like grinding. Yeah i was re next album. Came out not only la. My wife might tend to roan. Real bad rony. What about the part where he's like bony. She's a sweet girl. Playing that stuff dances and all that hit. Oh god it's so good. Grab your girl and awkwardly dead. Yeah right side to side just rock back and forth like the the kids in that other wing at a school thought it is called so hit us up five one. Three eight one. Three seven hundred seventy seven digits baby and could be my tend to rony today wide open for your son. daddy's got a His tummy hurts again today so beasley. I'm mayor here in studio. He goes by the name of brian. Combs you know his name. You know his voice. He is the voice of excellence for the news. World here in the tri-state area. Thank you and i've curl. Virus is is well. We've been attacking it for over just about a year and it looks like we're starting to get the neck up on it. Yeah four weeks in a row. State of ohio is now seen lower number of cases. That's the first time that's happened. Eto yeah i mean since we've been in this The first time they've seen that kind of prolonged decline now. You have to get to a certain higher level to be able to do that. Yeah so That's part of the issue. Yeah but now. They've definitely say that the cases of slowed down the holidays past. That's one of the big reasons. I mean obviously we have know eight. Ten percent of the people vaccinated now especially some of the most vulnerable. Yup big news. Today was johnson and johnson finally set their date to go to the fda to get approval for their one shot. Fax nice so. I think february twenty sixth They will be ready to ask for emergency approval so you would think. Beginning march vaccine will start shipping out across the country a lot easier to get out because it doesn't have to be held in cold storage. Yup it's just one shot so a lot of people who get their shots in february will end up being behind the people who get their shot in march right. Because you got to wait renoir. Weeks for your second shot. We protect them. Yeah yeah so So we can all catch up at one time That's that's why i keep saying that. This one is a game changer. Worth noting that one of the biggest research studies for it was done right here in the tri-state right. Pi research center in norwood when they give that data the to the fda it will include some five or six hundred people from here who were basically human guinea pigs for dirt. They i saw actual footage on the phone to talk about. It's friday. What do you want from me blewett. God damn and you had one of those guinea pigs on a couple of weeks ago marty brennaman. Yeah i know. I know and you know he said you know. That's what's great about marty. Brennaman he doesn't play the whole like. Oh i got to be politically correct and stuff. He just said. I got the shot found out it was it. I don't know why you idiots aren't getting. Yeah yeah shots. Now we had seen on the floor of the senate yesterday and our little tristate congress or taisei has got into a tiff because shared brown stopped and called out rampal and said why. Don't you have a mask on when everybody else in here is wearing a mask and you know. Ask the whatever the sergeant at arms to the try and getting nowhere one. Paul didn't really respond fast. He had it. Yeah he feels like you know. He doesn't have to wear a mask anymore. Well nobody knows about the cdc says it could still be could still be giving it to other people. Yeah so why. Do you want the hassle. I don't want to be hassled by people. And then we had you know the incident in the ohio legislature. This week where see. So thomas who's a state. Senator from here a walked out of a committee hearing because so many people weren't wearing masks. Yeah and i mean they tell us to where i'm everywhere we go everything we do and yet the end of the lawmakers. Well they're exempt. That's been the argument. The whole time like some goofballs in california wherever like where you're mask and then they go on vacation inter not wearing their masks on their caught out there. There's a footage of the Of that grocery store in florida. Where like nobody there was. Yeah i saw that under dome wide open. I'm going to florida in march. Of course the whole populations probably about protected by now if they work down. Yeah right. I think about that. Everybody exactly everybody. There is old if they're living through it. It's up yeah. They got their on something plus the warmer weather. You're spending more time outside. United inside your right homes and locked in is We've been well and also. I mean the bath bath salts they will prevent you from getting reliable. Yes that's true. You know the super bowl's in florida this weekend. That's true tampa. So i think twenty five thousand fans. Yeah i mean gronk doing a video like inviting people that were in the The nurses and all that stuff them inviting them to the super bowl on him and all that. That's a cool thing. Somebody must know something because that music festival louder than life says we're doing it. It's happening at the end of september four day music festival. It's happening well. Probably because they're like were word and challenged by the fall. Thought that you know normal events could resume. Yeah that's a i mean. That's a huge gamble though you're taking well that's that's at louisville right. Oh man temples they specially with the with the governor that we've got a kentucky yeah right restrictions as anybody right and he hasn't mentioned it at all no so i don't know if this is what you're doing. What how these are these big like live nations of. How are they still alive. I don't know. I don't get it. You wonder how some of the entertainers th made a fortune. Yup tour and stuff but still i mean there but now's the living i mean the the the lifestyle that they have incredible and without that cash coming in with these guys they don't make money selling records anymore none of them because it's all streaming and all that stuff so the the the music is that's why you see so many people tore now. I mean that's why didn't but that's good for us because we get a lot of shows on the fall. It's going to be huge. Yes it's going to be the it's going to be the fall of music. It's going to be all fall shows. It's gonna be fun. Yeah it will be fun. It'll be fun just to get out. Brian combs will. Tom is simple. We got the only way i could see can make some serious money. You don't wanna put up. Some serious monitoring is find somebody. You might be an unlikely hero like the mvp thing okay. So the kansas city's third receiver also returns kicks and punts though. He fumbled in the in the championship. Mccall hartman yeah. I think that's where i put. Your money is five thousand to one So you pays out. That is worth if you now if you put two hundred bucks down on that what is that. That's a lot rand grand. Well that's worth it. I think so. I tried to cover that bet by betting. That travis kelsey gets a touchdown even money back. I think that's a pretty good still like that. Gronk bet i still like ngong. Because i think it still it was. I think plus a plus eighteen hundred plus fifteen. He's he's a little further down then. Another one i saw that i thought was good was Both of the quarterback throwing for over three hundred yards. Okay that will get you like three one money because with the defense is they're going up against everybody wants to see a shootout help that that's the case. Yeah i mean playing the money line are you know given points or whatever unless you wanna put a lot of money down. You're not gonna make laying. Yeah i did see some mattress king from somewhere. Oh yeah yeah in. Florida and a half million dollars on the buccaneers. Yes if you've got that much money to throw around anyway what's the point. Yeah that's gonna piss off the people especially that gotta work gonna be like what the hell. But it's his own money you're out but that's the biggest bad i've heard in um that would get him back like two point. Eight million That got a the jacksonville around. But i will try a couple of logs up just for the fun. Did you hear the real bride. Combs come up that jack. That's gambling terms. Put it on on the pass. Line plan crafts before i'd put it on a football team. No wow amen. What kind of knew. Everything opens back up. I wanna hit the casino with brian. Oh he's a different guy. He's jones in combs in the news cheddar. Combs need action. The breaking news. Yes it is at friday. It is now sued at five one. Three eight one three two seven nine seven off the phone rings and let you talk about whatever all you gotta do. What you call is say your name where you're from. Okay just get into what you wanna talk about or whatever. Okay so i guess that's the only rule so there's no topic at other than what you bring to the table so Go ahead guy. Hello caller hey. Good morning guys. This is frank from clermont county veterans. How you doing. Wow frank again frank. these are the guys that are trying to get the word out helping these These veterans because for example for some reason the united states decides not all the time though but These a lot of veterans out there that don't get the help that they deserve. And what was agent orange from back in the day as caused some troubles and now there's like no diseases or new links between diseases and some agent. Orange right yep absolutely. They're up to about eighteen diseases right now. They're still service connect for that. You know it's the same thing we're hearing the same thing about guys. Went down to help out with nine eleven. Oh yeah yeah all kinds of new things i. That's that's such great news. I'm going to go help out later on in life. I'm going to start dying and no one's going to help me that's is how have they not figured out that. There's a link between these things i would imagine. It's an insurance thing and they don't want to spend money and all that is that right frank. has a lot to do with it. Now wait till we start seeing new diseases. Come out for these afghanistan and the iraqi veteran. Yeah and they were there a long time. Yeah buddy several tours and all that stuff. Yeah i mean not. We're not even scratched the surface diseases. That's what frank saint here and then you got to look at mental illness. Yeah that that's an ongoing problem. Yeah that'll be there forever and for some reason. Look it's scary. I understand mental illnesses scary thing. But you gotta look at ahead on or tragic. Things are going to continue to happen. And it's not the i mean these guys. I believe that if you're not born with mental illness some of these guys could see in their life could create it. I would say with the say with a bath lights and stuff like know could be perfectly fine suffer concussion down the road boom they got. Cte issues and all that. It's the same thing. Yeah yeah and the be as on the cutting edge of all that treatment as well and and and they try to stay on top of it. you know overall they're doing a great job and it's You just got to give it time. Frank what is the word that you wanna get out and use our airwaves for well My office in clermont county. We run the transportation program where we take veterans to the. Va doctors appointments. And then bring them back and it's been close down up until Week due to kobe and Just wanna let everybody know that we are back up and running every day. Like it's it's sad that it such a good thing that you do that you have to call into a dopey radio show to get the word out like you know like like these like the news or something like that would be like. Oh yeah we got to be all over this. But they're too busy covering you now. I don't know new new rides at kings island. And you know what i mean. There's some big wrestling events wrong with that now. Well it depends on the wrestling. That's when i draw the line it back so look i'm glad that That you guys are involved with us as far as spreading the word with that's cool Where is there. there's a website. I want a website and a phone number right now. Dammit you got it. You got it Claremont county veterans dot com and the transportation hotline is five one three seven three two seven. Four seven one. And that's the important stuff you guys didn't probably didn't even know that it opened up last week right. That's true it it takes a while to open it back up and our drivers are all vaccinated. And they're ready to go. That's that's good news due. Thanks for sharing that with us. All right i appreciate it. Thanks for the opportunity to frank. Keep in touch. I have a good weekend. Yep eaker guys see is that. I feel so bad for him. Because they're real men and step they see jusu guys like me. Come on the radio and say penis and all that you know. They're fighting these. He's like these. Billy goats living in mountains and all that stress. The disturbing thing is nobody helps them. I know then they come home. And some people yeah. The radical sides of de politics are like god. These guys are heroes murderers and all that shut up to get me going okay anyway. Calls count anywhere. Chris show so when you call phone rings here in the studio we pick up three seven kickoff. You'll when the phone rings we stop whatever we're talking about okay and I was gonna talk about today. Thirty-three years ago on giant defeated hulk hogan for the title and it was the first wrestling match shown on prime time tv. How and then right away. He sold it to the million dollar man. Ted db remember. He sold the title over to him. How tear he's a bitch. So here's a real man. When you do calls to the wall we pick up like this. And i say who are you to say your name and where you're from caller. Hey chris bubbles the best call girl on the side of the mississippi. I just wanted to let you know that. I'm six two blonde and have tripled the boobies and i just had one eighty bitty question for you. How do you like your rig picks juicy sandwich shining stop. why are you going to send them. I can send him any way you want. I continued through email. I certainly hope so sir. Go perfectly good music your we need a blue moisture around. There is what it's on one to seven. That's the address off out cramp. Oh oh charlie. Horse worked out fell. Hello caller hello. Hello yeah. I got a little excited bailed on us. Now sorry about that. I'm austin from erlanger kentucky. I just wanna say thank you guys for making me laugh every morning when i get off work me and my wife and daughter eight months old so i look forward to getting off work every morning. Laugh my ass off in the truck. that's what do you do for work over. I'm yeah i'm a site security supervisor. Allied universal good. We'll stay safe. Stay warm and you just had a kid. You said yes sir. I did all right well. Congratulations on that is a boy or girl daughter right. Well good luck on that. How old are you twenty. Six twenty six as i get older because you don forty six and my kids are eight and eleven. You shooting sooner. But i couldn't have. I would still be like stuck in syracuse new york who'd bringing a carts into the grocery store. I'd that that's bad but i i had a career in mind and that would have stalled a definitely but i look at it and i go man by the time dude. By the time you're my age you'll be able to start going out with your wife again and all that stuff doing stuff. Yeah hopefully well. He's probably crank out to all tell you like right now. It's it's awesome to be able to go to my oldest ago. Hey i'm running addy the eight year old over to a friend's house he also i'll be right back and she'll be like oh okay and then i'll just go do that and come home and then you know. Because she knows the dogs there were cameras with their. Yeah she has a phone she could call me. I mean that you don't understand how liberating night when my wife and i are just watch it like we watch the bachelor last night finally. Oh boy we all kinds of drama there anyway so just to go. hey grace. why don't you go take a quick shower. Get your pj's on and she's goes and does it where it used to be a seven thirty. It's bath time. And all this the august get to bed that he had a pain in the ass now. She won't let me get in the shower and bathe her. Yeah that's creepy sorry Very important part of the day is Right now because gentleman comes in by the name of the segment with he comes in and he Updates us and all the stuff going on in the sports world. Now you've got to clear up some for a what this new guy for the reds seat for tv or radio. The new television okay. That's what we saw. His name is I got my papers all because there was a guy on television. But he's not there anymore. Right that's correct. John fox sports. Ohio says that John sadek he k. is the reds new television. Play by play man now. Will he be caught off mic saying things about mexican people or something. I don't think so He he well. We'll see we'll find out. We recently served as a national. Tv play by play announcer for cbs sports. Yay national radio play by play announcer for westwood. One radio play by play announcer for the new york mets on. Wcbs why would he come here. A big eighty hey. Why is jim day like today. It's like he gets passed up for the passive for the radio. Marti left upright up for the tv. Don't know and can't say that's our buddy. I would love to like i guess jim dave now. We'll go back to what he was doing. You know hosting the you know the into dugout. Not i mean. I love dugout. He was sitting in the stands. But i went out and had drinks a day. He lives in loveland by me. The home of the tigers. The home of chris and jim day. Oh okay big up in here would talk about sports people. Don't be you waitress been hot chicken. Chicken combo picking and yeah. Now we're talking see. They don't do that on the am side. Who because you talk over over there like you are right now. You're hot chicken chicken. What combo get picking sports straight coming from because it ain't no joke. A score is the same checking sports bad score. Same score is ain't no joke. If you can't pay the note okay. i don't get much work done. But i sure have a lot of fun. I chicken chicken. What combo was good love. Sports brought to you. By of course raising cane's with the area locations at song right there was done by a gentleman by the name of ozark mark. Thank you yeah. That was very good. Yeah you seven press. Yeah you should be now. I got more songs than anything i know. I can almost many songs. As the beatles been on the radio. Seven hundred wwl. W forty three years richard petty and during this short time that you've been coming in here and doing sports with us which is still under year right. You've had theme songs. People hitting me up on twitter and all that stuff. It's obvious that that audience is dead. We are the future. It's fun over here. Like i said if i don't get much work done but i share have a lot of fun. Yeah on the home of the hits. I get cut. Mckanie ac raising cane's for your super bowl get together at home. That's right do it. At home where mask no no massive parties or nothing. Don't go to down the street or anything yet. Raising cane's in the house Enjoy the game. As david. Julius with a career high twenty six points bearcats win over temple last night. Sixty three to sixty the bearcats first win. Since january tenth that they had eight scholarship players. They start a walk on and they got the win. Nice good news yes. It is very good news. Ohio state beat iowa last night. The big ten battle eighty ninety five looks like bob nightingale usa. Today they're baseball. King says that Trevor bauer has agreed to a deal with the new york. Mets with the reds. Didn't get him. But the dodgers are still in the mix list nothing official yet reds fans. It's easy once. I know players name. They're gone true act. There was a quote from metro. The i'm too expensive for the red. Yes yes that's true that's gonna make about eight hundred million a year if you're sticking out on that team you're worth something bango you're out of here. Plus he's going to have its new york he's gonna. He's a social media. King avodados differ because he stuck out in a red said. Well we better pay him a lot to stay. Yeah as superbowl fifty five. Of course sunday get that raising. Cane's keeps i told you giovannio one interview with us. I think he would like us. I think i think he would say get was here. Let's get it done if you were here. Why you would protect him from. When i don't know what am i gonna hit them. Yeah hit him. I think he's like oh. Yeah i like how will the fans and stuff. That's good stuff. Thank you segment. You're welcome have a happy weekend. Everybody remember. I don't get much work done but i sure have a lot of fun. Thank you sag had happy weekend. It's one chiefs super bowl seven w. e. b. n. Can i hope it hits even short simple february. 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Lance with David Bell 7/6/20

Lance McAlister

11:46 min | 1 year ago

Lance with David Bell 7/6/20

"Six, thirty seven. Seven hundred WWL W. we have a developing situation whether wise. We need to check on that quickly. National Weather Service issuing a flash flood warning for northwestern Clermont County that is until nine thirty tonight. That's part of that severe thunderstorm that has been moving through that still in effect until six forty five, and just reminder to a flash flood warning in effect for southeastern Hamilton County until nine fifteen. We'll keep you updated on severe weather here on newsradio seven hundred wwl w all right thanks Sean. Sean. Let's get to at six thirty eight seven hundred wliw. Let's talk baseball. It's nice to see a schedule in front of us, and it has been released in the last few minutes. It is day four of summer camp for the reds both great American ballpark and PRISCO, which is a beautiful facility, a former reds baseball. Let's welcome in manager David Bell David Lance McAlister. How are you? Doing I'm well I'm not. Great to hear your voice and kind of exciting to see a schedule. We can look at. Makes it a little bit more real, doesn't it? Them I'm sitting here checking it out right now. just a little over two weeks until. Opening night in Cincinnati and That makes it seem more real you know. We knew basically went opening day. It was going to be but not see him schedule. you know it's just? It's fun you know it's going to be. It's going to be performing, so it's gone smooth here the first few days and it's going to have to happen quick, but we're. Or each day we're getting closer and closer to being ready. Let me, springboard off of that because you guys have put so much time planning preparation into this with a lot of unknowns four days into you like how things are playing out. We, do we're. Really thrilled and you know you can do all the preparation and planning and talking and communicating but until. You. Get here and and start. What is? Just a completely different. Environment! You're not sure how it's going to turn out, but we're. Thrilled, and the key to so far has been the attitude of the players you know players are. motivated I don't want to get ready for the season, but they're motivated to stay healthy. because they want to be able to play. They want to be able to compete they want. To be able to do that together as a team and she how good we can be We were so excited months from training ended and. Just to pick back up where we left often and see this all happen that that's. You know that kind of motivation to go through. You know if you. If you! Don't have the right attitude towards some of the new protocols that were. Asked to do need to do right now. To stay healthy they could create a bad environment and could lead to. getting sick and you know our team priorities to stay healthy our number one. Priority for. All of our wellbeing and The wellbeing of family members of our players and coaches and staff ten in the great thing is, that will also lead into other going. To be able to play and to land. I've been struck over the last three months in talking with a couple of players, Josh Van Meter told me his dad at his lunch hour was doing flips within. His girlfriend was dropping pitches into the adding machine to keep him ready Nate Jones told me he build a pitching mound with his dad was throwing out of his barn. It seems as a whole. You guys really put in the work when they were away from this. there's no question and you know we. We can accomplish a lot in three weeks, but you know. Guys that came in ready to this can't. you know we're going to have an advantage and our guys All of them did the work They stayed ready and it shows I mean we have. Some guys that showed up in can't and and. Really the best shape of their life and they they really took. took the time not only to get in great shape, but. Probably just like other people in the situation. You know kind of the way you approached? this time and if you could somehow turn it into an opportunity. I mean it'd be that much further that in our our players did not only get in great shape, but they you know that caught up on some health and left and really came in ready to go and excited to be back on the field, and and they're in twos to be back. Boy, it seems like a guy who caught up on things got healthy, and even streamlined his body and his in tremendous shape, but somebody like Nixon Zell. Can sure did yeah he? You know he was in. A. Great Athlete in what I consider to be good shape in spring training. He was strong. and you know I just I didn't think much of it When I saw him the other day for the first time. I was I was really surprised and then talking to him. she? Thrilled with where his body. He was able to get his body the big thing for him as going through. Rehab and onto the shoulder surgery and all you can't. You can't do the same kind of workout, so you would typically do so. it was able to get back to that over the last few months and years just in phenomenal shape. really lean, but strong started. Any wasn't spring training. It's just gonNA play into his athleticism and it will serving while. Playing field and Gamla able to can move You Know He. He can already fly. Doesn't even better now. Obviously, all thirty teams around baseball, trying to figure out how they're going to piece together recording, who and who to use to get twenty-seven game for sixty games, but I would think with the depth and the flexibility and the options you guys have that must excite you and Derek and everybody. You know we. We. We consider our offense distractive. Our team to I think we underperformed, but I think everyone saw our pitching staff last year Everyone was able to see what they were capable of. You know I love our bullpen I think you could tour starters and say maybe. The. Strength of our team if if you had to pick one not only. You know the five. that. That's thought, which is a real dog Sherie so going into the season Were set up nice because our. Again our starting pitchers made the most of the time off, and they're going to be felt up because throwing program that they were by the time we get going. You know they're gonNA. Really be midseason. There's not going to be a name on the patient on the amount of innings, but they've pets now. Strategically in the way we manage that throughout a game that'd be able to more urgency. In hundred sixty two dame season to live, there may be times. We go to the bullpen early early, but we also have to remember that are starters can really pitch and. they're trying to. It seems. Shogo was signed like two years ago. It's been that long I was struck by something. You said earlier this week on your zoom call kind of the intangibles. You notice that shogo brings. This team explained to reds. Fans the things you notice about him. Yeah I it's a professionalism that you know an art. Professionals for sure but. There's just something different about. The way he approaches. His Way, he prepares and practices. It's almost like an artery craft He's very diligent in the way he does everything You know he he I don't think he took a day off for the last three or four months of you as ready as any of our players. He stayed out in. Angeles and train with other. Players out there and just kept going the whole time so but just you know it just it explains why he. Consistently year in and year out. was able to put up a really impressive offensive numbers in Japan. And You know we've talked a lot about what his name. defensively and offensively dodger to get on base. It's it's really a factor in Nice for our car lineup in our offense. Initiative the DA troll It's going to be damaged or to to get him in the lineup, but also. Some of our other outfitters. Which you know we think again is another. Strength of our team, the depth in our outfield, and and about it'll make it easier to get those guys in there, David. You've had day afternoon workouts to this point. Do you plan any evening workouts before the season starts? Yeah we're. Were quickly transitioning to more of a night schedule Tomorrow we're? Going to get out there about an hour later and a couple of days after that in pushback another hour so by the time we get on the field by the end of this week, it'll be closer to. Two or three and then once the game start day once we. Start. Part of our our day. That looks more like a game or exact pitchers, actually getting endings and taking hitters and the live peas turning into more scrimmages. Those will be closer. To evening, you know maybe. Five or six o'clock at my an any Benchley we'll get to wherever. You know or playing each evening. Sometime between six and seven bucks for first pitch. All right last question. You know I have to ask you since the schedules out. Can I be the first one to officially ask you. Are you prepared to announce your day starter? We are. GonNa Happen. It's GonNa Happen very soon now that we have the schedule. we've. Working through this, because there's no time we have to get our starters on the proper day. So We have to check three more boxes, but I wish I could say show tonight it'll be. It'll be this week. I'm saying so. We'll have. Hey I really appreciate your time tonight. I know you've done your media obligation on zoom today, and you get a lot on your plate. A lot of things a lot of balls in the air I appreciate your grabbing the phone for a few minutes tonight. Thank you laps Neverland drought safe out there. It's the wind and the rain was driving driving home and. It's pretty treacherous so. Sounds good. Thanks David Take Care. Thank you there you go. David Bill reds manager checking in tonight. The schedule is out. There's a couple of things that pop to me as I. Look at it, and to try to jot down things like off days and start times in home versus road matchups and weekends start times and some other things along the way I'm jotting those down. Let's do this. Let's take a timeout and comeback. Squeeze in what we can, and we'll start getting into some reds conversation. Open up the lines as well. It's Arnelle carrier sportstalk presented by Kelsey, Chevrolet seven hundred WWL W.

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Rural America meets Black Lives Matter

Today, Explained

23:48 min | 11 months ago

Rural America meets Black Lives Matter

"Shows about the black lives matter protests that swept the nation after the police killing of George Floyd. We've talked about how the police responded to protesters. In major cities, the protests about the responses to the initial protests in those cities. We've talked about how governments are reforming police in those cities, but one thing we haven't really touched on is how this works in small towns, small towns where there maybe aren't that many black people, but that are still grappling with systemic racism towns like Bethel Ohio. That's all is a town that's about a forty five minute drive from Cincinnati Ohio. I think in some places people would think of it as like an expert, but from what everyone has told me it does not feel like that. It feels like a rural place. This is an Helen. Peterson cultural border for buzzfeed where she wrote about one fateful protests in Bethel, so the town proper is twenty seven hundred ish people. Outside of the small village line, there are more people who consider themselves residents of Bethel. And there's the village proper which is. Downtown area that has been there since their early nineteen th century. It has a bunch of churches. People say like there's about church per person, but a lot of other things have been pretty hollowed out like they used to be a normal grocery store, and now it's A. Discount Grocery Story. That doesn't have good produce. That sort of thing and there's a bunch of gun shops than pawnshops. In. Early June this substitute high school teacher at least Shuki was seeing that there were protests organized in small towns all around her. You one thing she said to me was like if hazard. Kentucky can advertise than week after protest, but she was very deliberate about thinking through. What kind of gathering that they wanted to have, they wanted to be a demonstration in solidarity of black lives matter. They wanted to think of it as as being a big tent to invite people who were all along the spectrum of defend the police to you know I just. I support working towards equality. They wanted to go beyond just the handful of people that she already knew would be interested from her personal circle, so she decided to post it on facebook page that has become a defacto community page since the local news has pretty much evaporated. And she's pretty scared about what would happen. And she waited until later at night, and then like posted some information about and then went to bed and woke up in the morning, and there were just a ton of. Messages and Comments about like we don't need that here. Like how dare you bring that here and a lot of it? I think it's less to do with what the message. Of the protest was going to be and more to do with what people had seen. Largely on Fox News about what these protests were, which were violent confide rations. This is just one of hundreds of businesses that were looted vandalized or set ablaze over the past week, the left psychotic so-called solution now to all the violence at all the anarchy, and all the lawlessness, and all the looting, and all the arson and violence is. Let's get rid of the police and so people. Perhaps logically given information that they had consumed thought that to have a black lives matter protests. Meant to destroy your small town. So they were saying. Do not bring this year and they also. There's a lot of assumptions salt lake. If you do have a protest, you have to import protesters or pay them. All of this is happening on facebook, so one of the people who gets really mad about the threat of a protest is a guy named Lonnie mead who has also grown up in Bethel. Went to high school with some of the people that were showing up to protest, and he started doing facebook live broadcasts. Asking people to show up to protect the tower aren't. At three o'clock, there's supposed to be bringing black lives. Matter I want to tell you right now. I, hope everybody that feels like me I hope we outnumber those people, a thousand one and not let that Shit happen here in our little town of Buffalo. On the actual day of the protest, June fourteenth, you have! A couple dozen protesters who have shown up thinking that it's GonNa be just a really docile, maybe even boring event where they stand on the corner, their signs for an hour. And you know maybe some people honked their horns at them or or even throw a soda, but nothing really happens, and then what they actually encountered when people arrived in the downtown area, the village where hundreds and hundreds of bikers. Nineteen. Talking Republican. So you have? Just standing with signs on one side, a couple dozen people, and then you have hundreds of bikers galleon. At racial slurs yelling like you know, all sorts of nasty things, go home ripping up signs on the other. About. A lot of bikers hived guns that they were carrying pretty openly. The Air Fifteen's large guns handguns. But other people just brought bats. Someone brought a bag full of bats. There was anger that you know these protesters. They decided to stand their ground. They were like we are just standing here with our science. We're not going to leave. It's really really difficult to watch I think especially anyone who grew up in a small town because it's just so easy to imagine that happening in your small town is just a dark dark energy. There's been a lot of criticism about how the police handled the situation because they essentially did not diffuse it in any meaningful way, but I honestly think that police were incredibly overwhelmed because they were. They're expecting again. You know a couple dozen people. Standing on the corner, holding signs and what ended up happening? With so much bigger. But. They did not intervene or arrest people who were tearing up sign. Not. Even obtained man who came and sucker punched this guy in the back of the skull, like did not arrest this guy, but police were standing right there and wash it, and you can see that on tape and I think too. Though when that happened, that was kind of like the point when the protesters were lake, we've been hearing hours to hung. People realize like. It could've gotten a lot darker at that moment. Can you paint a picture of what these protesters looked like I mean you hear a lot of racial slurs in the videos, but you don't really see any black people is a whole lot of white people. That's one of the things that you have to understand. You know in a lot of these small towns. They've worked hard to center. People of Color in the community and let them lead. Say like what matters to them. What the protest show looked like that sort of thing, but there's also a lot of places. Anything Bethel is one of them where there just aren't a lot of people of color. There actually was a woman who is black. Who was recording? And she was not there to be part of the protest. I think because she knew she would get menaced, so she actually was on the other side with the counter protesters, and so people started yelling the N. Word at her. A lot of people said afterwards. That the few people of Color in the community who may be witter showed up didn't really feel safe like they knew that maybe wouldn't be. The best place to be in you. Know turns out they were right. I mean considering small towns like Bethel are very white and. Only have a handful of people in the police force to begin with. Why is it important to focus on what's happening in these small towns and What they're protesters are saying. Well I think one thing that a lot of people have told me that makes this time. Feel different. Is that you know it's not just black? People who are saying black lives matter in the streets right? It is a whole lot of white people who are also saying this is something. This is an idea that I agree with a think that. Showing, how National Movement is that it's not a city thing. It's not a coastal thing. It's not a thing that is limited to black people or a certain class of people that is incredibly important to show just how widespread and popular for lack of a better word this movement is. How comparable is what happened in Basle on Sunday June? Fourteenth to what have happened in other small towns across the country as they've tried to organize around this movement. In some ways incredibly unique in terms of like exactly how many counter-protestors protesters showed up and the confrontation between them, but at the same time I think that it could have happened in many many many different towns. It could have easily happened in my hometown in Idaho where a thousand people showed up to protest, but the protest was in a park along the river, and all of the protectors were downtown. If they had been in the same space, it could have easily exploded. After the break I'll speak to someone who's been trying to bring people together to better understand black lives matter in Bethel. Sean Ramos Forum. It's today explained. Support for the show. Today comes from Babbel. That's B. A. B. B.. E. L. It's is here to help you. Pick up that language that you may be took for a year in high school or college, but then sort of cave up on fantasize about one day speaking. Maybe you dream that you really nailed French, but you know you wake up and you're confronted with the harsh reality that you're mostly limited to like a little way way here and there anyway babble can get you speaking like really speaking your dream language in weeks. Weeks got ten to fifteen minute. 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That's definitely background noise. Is! That your dog. As yeah, he's coughing. Hold on. Why don't we just have you start by saying? Your name and where you are and. Who you're canine friend is and all that stuff, sure absolutely my name is Rachel Lamb I am in Cincinnati while the outskirts of Cincinnati, Ohio and my dog of eighty ears. He just turned. Eight is named freedom My daughter of twelve years is named liberty so I have I have a theme going there. Okay so. So I mean. How close are you to Bethel? Clermont County is kind of an inner working of a bunch of small towns and. BETHEL is actually write him between Batavia where I live now. New Richmond where I grew up and went to high school. We intermingle a lot. We all pretty much. Know Each Other and. Have events together and Bethel is just kind of a part of my life and always has been. Someone, whose whole life is centered around this town? What is your impression of why the protest in Bethel on June fourteenth went so poorly? Some of the comments that seem to be. happening not just from places like Bethel and new Richmond, and Batavia here in Clermont County, but from rural America all over the place you see this attitude of Oh, you'd better not bring the protests or the looting and the rioting. To our town, we'll be ready for you. And that kind of became the the country bumpkin mantra. Because Small Town America is not familiar with the language of protests. Just because they don't happen there as often as they do in the big cities. They're not used to them. The two words riot and protest got conflated in people's head. So, what did you do? I had. Planned a barbecue style. Sit Down in the park. like I said the language of protests. They don't understand, but the language that they do. Understand is barbecues in the park community events. You at least have to have coffee and donuts. Patter far. It was it was morning? It wasn't really it wasn't an evening time dinner. Okay? When we say the word barbecue that basically just means get together. Eat some food, so we got a bunch of donuts from the donor place in bothell. We add hot coffee. We had we had snacks and we had water and we had invited anyone who wanted to come. Our idea was that we were just going to sit down and kind of hear why people felt the way they did. There's always some thought process to how this person got to. Saying all lives matter when people say black lives matter why. Why is that so important to you? And then we'll explain why black lives matter is so important to us. The only problem was that Bethel was still in a very raw state because of everything that happened and I think everyone looked very. Skeptically on our are learning them in with doughnuts. they thought that it was just going to be another yelling with bullhorns across the street. So what it ended up turning into is a bunch of. Black lives matter allies. Talking. About how we can have conversations in our family units in our friend units at our jobs if we hear or see. Racist things happening. To encourage people to start standing, up. To start calling that uncle or GRANDPA, four or friend that occasionally says. Racial slurs. So I think that particular protests on June fourteenth in Bethel as as almost anyone who sees the video would agree with was sort of exceptional and perhaps. Got Out of hand because of a lot of. Misinterpretation of what people were coming to Bethel to do that day, I wonder as someone who sort of initiated the conversations thereafter. What do you think is key to helping people? Think about what's going on right now. In the country in a in a new way, and not having sort of these hang-ups about what they think black lives, matter might be about from I. Don't know watching Fox. News and hearing a lot of talk about ANTIFA. Here's the thing about small towns one of the things that I heard so many times over and over again is. You're not from our town. GET, out you're, not, part of our community get out. And when someone said to them Hey, I've lived here twenty years I'm absolutely a part of this town. The the the way the tension and the anger just melts away is probably surprising to people, but the small town talking to small town idea that's what is going to work. It's a simple and obvious solution, but for some reason not used as often as it should be. We've been taught for semi years. If you WANNA, keep your friends. If you want to keep your family, don't talk about politics, religion or money raid. We've been bred to avoid difficult conversations. Have you had personal experience fostering progress by by talking in listening to your own family to your own? Neighbors in these small towns in Ohio, absolutely in my own family unit. My aunt and uncle are are very conservative socially. The first time that my partner was a black man I had to have a lot of difficult conversations with a lot of my family. Members that did not believe in an original dating. To. The one that really surprised me. The most was my grandma, my grandma. And GRANDPA GRANDPA specifically Racist and I shouldn't even try to sugar coat it. and. That's the thing is that we do that too often? We sugarcoat how bad it is because we love people. When my GRANDPA died, my grandma held onto a lot of those same opinions and I. Remember Her saying to me that my boyfriend would never be welcome in her home and. I looked at her and I said well. That's that's a real shame because I love him and I would think that you loving me and me loving him that you would be happy for me and I walked out on the porch awhile. And within ten minutes, she came outside crying. And said I do love you and I am happy for you, and I'm sorry. These these old ways are hard to kick but I'll. I'll give it my best if you WANNA. Bring them over and I'm not saying that every conversation would go that easily. Obviously, but when you put it out there and you stand up and you tell them that they're wrong and you tell them in a way. That involves hey, I love you, but but what you said was not the right thing to say or in friend groups. You know they came in. None of us. Say that kind of stuff. Why do you have to be like you know just just simple statements like that can can hang in a person's brain, and it can really make a big difference in possibly changing their mind. Rachel will thank you for having this conversation with me and I really. I really appreciate your time and. Give our regards to freedom and liberty. I absolutely well I appreciate you showing interest.

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05-07-2021

The KiddChris Show

54:58 min | Last month

05-07-2021

"The kid chrishell show Here in the studio now meet Is taking time off bailing out and we thought it'd be cool to have engine levy. Who is a voice on this. Show every once in a while We give her a hard time and stuff formerly of channel twelve and now she is sitting in what she referred to it as the meat chair which Some people may take a different way engine that but when it's meet seats beat seat. That's right so she's here with us today and it's a very exciting because on friday. It's something where we just opened up the phones and let them ring and when they ring into studio we pick up live on the air and it's all up to you to take over and talk about whatever you want now engine when the phone rings the wringer is on so whatever we're talking about if you hear the we gotta go right to it. Okay okay that's the rule for calls. That's what we call. It calls it. All thunder phones under phones is another one so five. What three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. So i'll be interested to see what comes through today While you are here okay now You were chill twelve for many many years in a now you are working. Where i work at the law and crime network. Okay and then. I have a gig on ninety five. K r c. Sister station wonderful But what do you think your most famous for outside of the city limits engine outside of the city limits most famous for that that that glide crinkle between my browse on netflix. Where i'm like. What like you're really saving. If you if you google her name all over the internet you will see that in the pictures of stuff the Making murder documentary. Which anytime i talked to you. You won't give your personal thoughts on that whole thing steven avery. Yeah won't share them. Which is a share of some of them which is upsetting. Well you ask me all the time. Everybody's like said. Did he do it. He did it. And i'm like i just won't go there. That's not cool reporter for what you can have. You don't you can have your take on it. You're human you're right. Yeah so so. I mean you were right there on the front line. I think there was some stuff where you saw me with the crinkle phase right like there was obviously some times where i'm just like what you know. Like what the hell inside the trial. Like when we're in like come on guys really screwed that up like really So obviously i thought that. But i'll also there was a lot of evidence so against him. Yeah well. I mean it was weird that a her bones were found in a fire. Pit on his Property yeah. I mean that's i mean most people would say that's pretty exciting. Yeah i mean if you find bones in my backyard in a burn pit like mixed up in there and ship probably going to think might have done something tricia. What was your last name. hala back. Yeah she was on her way out to his place to take pictures of cars. You selling something like that right the next thing you know. She's and she had been there many times before right now. Do you feel that the police the whole thing was that because he was arrested before that he was in the middle of that getting paid from the the state or tower they were setting him up and throw them back in the. So here's the deal. So yeah he was wrongfully incarcerated for four. yeah for rape and then He was suing. Everybody says it was for thirty six million dollars. But that's not if you talk to the people involved that he wasn't suing for thirty six million dollars. He was just suing and thirty. Six million number came up somehow. But anyway so ones wasn't the settlement now was in the middle of deposition when the rest of the gun right. So he he they were in the middle of depositions and you know he thought he was getting paid. I don't know if he was going to get paid he would have gotten. I'm sure he would have done something. Yeah yeah heck yeah. He's i don't think he would have gotten thirty six million. I wanna talk to civil lawyers who think maybe let it gotten like two million it for him because he was white trash he would have been. I would have blown it by now. He. he lived in a junkyard at a salvage yard. Tremendous brother chuck if you say that. He saying she was not found at the junkyard. Like he's worked at me. He's like no. It's technically another piece of property. So they get really mad twenty feet from the yet and she was on her way there right. She was there now. Do you have your ear headphones working now. I can't get this thing put on those right there and turn them up a little bit. Because i can't hear myself. Well i got this voice mail. Want you to listen to what what's wrong. I'm wondering what it is. Well it's very special. Okay you ready meet his headphones on. I just want say that new here you can hear me. He asked voicemail i got. You'll be very interested in this. This is a collect call from neighboring. An inmate at the county jail gross. I heard that you'll have a engineer. Levy on your show. I know from covering my case engineer. I didn't do it. I think she knows who did do it. But i didn't do it. One thing is for sure this engine. She's very doable. I had a few chances to do it. A lot of guys would do it. When i got out i will do it. She would like to have a nice dinner at my trailer. We could sit by the fire. Could get engine that real hot way with the ladies chris. I can get them so hot there on fire. Ants theresa alvin. I gotta go. chris. Evans called me for something conjugal visits. I would love just to do it it so there. You go steven avery. Leeann voicemail for you engineer. Any comments i have a lot to say. You know it's really funny. Is that before this happened. Move up to wisconsin. And i don't know a soul rate. And i'm all gung ho. It's my first reporting job. Like i'm gonna like kick this thing you know i'm gonna kick it's kick it in the rear. I'm going to really like do this. Great job all fired up and it was like really hard because they didn't know anybody. And so i remember i was like oh i read about steven avery. I was like. I should call that guy in like dua story with him i should. I'm the dna staff really interested in. He wasn't he was out of prison from the first right. And i was like i should really call him in like go talk with him or something because i was off during the week the newbie and i just. I'm really glad. I didn't ever get around to making that call. I would have been in the fire. I don't know. But i don't know and i there's people you know the people who here's the deal the people who are on twitter who hit me up like they wanna know like every you know they are very fervent. You know they they watch this. Tv show. ray. And then i actually covered this and lived and but they pour through the court documents and the stuff read all this stuff so they they have. They have a lot of theories and they have a lot of concerns and then his new lawyer you know gets people whipped up on twitter so anyway. That totally was not stephen. I know stevens voice. First of all you're kidding me. No shock gain. Meat is taking some time off today and Engineer levy is hanging out here and today is also being friday It's gonna call so the wall call friday. We pick up the phone when rang and we just put you on the radio. That's what's happened in. Okay happens all day on friday all all morning here right now in the studio is mr pry combs from seven hundred w newsroom. Update inside on covert. Good morning. good morning. And i guess i would imagine that kentucky is going to be open and having a better time than us here in ohio. That's what it sounds like. Governor yesterday said that As of may twenty eighth he is going to allow more people to gather indoors in the state of kentucky Relaxing capacity limits Vera thousand people or lhasa. Your event time. Perfect for like high school graduations. You can get together at seventy five percent capacity one side. that's a bigger events. You know some kind of show with us arena or something like that could go on now at sixty percent capacity so the math might make sense or You know maybe some concerts there at some point this summer. I do know for sure that despite these changes the ovation center which is the brand new music. Venue in newport is not going to open until september. They don't wanna do it until they can be. One hundred percent capacity so Sixty percent doesn't work for them but the governor did say that he believes By the beginning of july that the state of kentucky can race all of the capacity limits all of the covid restrictions currently in place yep as they see case numbers. Crop i It's funny because you would think that this would be more of a you know what people say a democrat. He would be more against opening up things. stent dewine flipped. Well he did. The outdoor event thing Lifted capacity limits for thousand or less that opened the way for the purple people party right wednesday night on the bridge. This i think now may open the day. Open the door for you know the street festivals and all those kinds of things that we have seen in the past and certainly if everything's over by july that means that people could gather on the river saying september right beyond the labor day weekend. We blow something to happen on the sunday night. Well that's going to happen. I care but the thing is is that which would be. It would be hilarious though if if somebody comes out of the kentucky ohio size empty because we could do it like no funding in ohio. We're the ones that cancel the drinking. Even come to my place. I know i mean it is strange Governor dewine is going to be in cincinnati today he is coming to visit one of the vaccination clinics in price hill. And i sure That you know just as willie press d monitor earlier this week. We'll be pressed again today for a day. you know. give us a day. Give us an idea when you think you know this. This is going to be over. What do you think because of the running. He got into now. The pressure is on and everybody else is doing it that he's going to be like. Wow i'm gonna stand stronger because everybody is pressuring me to do it. You know maybe if it was six months ago. Yeah yeah ok given that you know. Now we're starting to andrew that election cycle where he wants to run for re-election you know in the pressure is on him from from From both sides die harder from his own party so downtown. Cincinnati the longer this goes. Good luck villanova. Buildings would businesses. Because everybody's figuring out how to do it from home. Yeah and that's that's going to happen anyway. There's no doubt about that. i mean it's cheaper. It's what you're it's better for the employees. I mean you know there's all downtown. Cincinnati is just going to become one of those halloween stores. I don't think we're coming to that. But it'll be interesting to see if the governor moves from you. Know his goal of fifty cases per one hundred thousand people. Because we're not close. We're at times. Yeah yeah yeah all right well thank you. Brian comes. he's gotta bust out of the seven hundred. Wwl w newsroom here. All right the phone number in here if you want to be on the radio with us of course it's a simple it as you can see Call the phone. Just pick up live on the radio. it's calls a wall here on the kid chris show and lee filling in for meat today. Hi you're on the air eight chris. I'm sorry i know we had Interview scheduled at seven fifty. My name is michael our but I gotta take care of Around that time so if do now can you hold about Three minutes okay. This is an interesting one and ginette. Michael real quick tell everybody looks a little second of what What this is all about trying to lose. I'll tell and actually we'll just do it now. His son is the one that was shot at the drive. Through at railly's know that story. I just happened okay. I think i went with day. It was One was Was that wednesday. It happened monday monday. Michael bryce thirty two. He was Outside of rallies. I did see this and some random guy just walked up and shot him five times. I'm so sorry. Mr howard are immaculate. Now it's good. It's good did do if anything we all understand. I mean i'm we're parents and your son. I mean he was thirty two years old. How many kids does he have five kids and this this dude voiced concern right and is it. Where are we right now with this whole thing. If you don't mind me asking did. I can't give out too much information per se. Everything's moving in a direction. Okay so they know who did it. Yes and it was somebody that your son new. No really yeah. So it was random They don't think it was random. Like i said i can't give too much information but they don't think it was random but mistaken that that is of a possibility. Yes okay. I see my son. Just bought that cord before Because you don't. He's called before this guy he's a he's a truck driver and listen to the show and stuff and all of a sudden. I got the text and And he was like man. I wanna come on and i told them you know when you have like go fund me going because obviously funeral expenses and stuff and and anything else hit me up and of course will be Helping you out with this. And which day yes today. We're going to set up A phone fifth third. Okay you have to have a death certificate before they let you do that and his body just got released from corner okay. So we're going to go set that up today Where in the process of getting the funeral arrangements done in When they catch this guy man you know i'm not showing any mercy. Whatever could be thrown at him and then more okay but you stay out of you have family too. So don't do try to go after them in court or anything. No no no you know. I gotta i gotta make sure i'm here for everybody else miserable. I'm here for my grandkids and help out with them. That's right well you know i'm gonna. I'm gonna do what they do. And and don't get frustrated to. This goes a little bit longer than you think. Because you know these guys you know like the detectives and stuff they don't get involved with like telling you too much because they don't want their their lead to blown you know what. Let me say this. Too man All you parents out there Make arrangements You never ever talk to your children about them being buried. You know it's always the the key is burying. The parents set stuff up maggie stuff in order to get power of attorney orders. Take this stuff seriously. 'cause you don't wanna be caught off guard with this because i never expect something like this. Yeah so please parents and if we have lost kids is them. Stories would empathize with him. But now god knows feel. Yeah it's worse. I'm sure than what you were saying. Well listen like. I said you keep in touch and anything you need from us where here this is a terrible situation and even gets worse here in. It was like iran. You know what. I mean not saying. Either way's good but it's like really there was no need nonsense. It's all nonsense. And it sucked and i wanna thank them then. Detectives man has been on it. Yeah they keep me updated. They their daily the what they're doing in princeton. Yeah and also they'll propsals people that came running over the help your son right. After it happened. I talked to one guy. One guy reached out to ms name was alan and if he wants to get what they do yeah he. He ran up and tried to put all the You know. I think he was a military dude or something like that. Yeah he went up and try to save his life. But what a terrible situation but dude you you keep in touch all right you text me whenever and stuff and we'll stay on top of whatever you need. Okay thank you take care. That's michael howard. He called Last year and it was more of a positive discussion because he called in because he was a truck driver at a black dude and he wanted to call and go. Hey you got black listeners. I thought cool and then when he texted me yesterday i was like this guy and then he told me i was like oh man. This is terrible. Yeah i'm i'm looking. I'm about this right now. he was just addie. Drive thing guy wants now it. It's horrible and if it's mistaken identity because of the guy because of the car that's well five kids five kids see. That was the thing. I was sitting at home yesterday. I wonder if maybe it was a jealous boyfriend of somebody. Maybe he's got a kid with somebody else and you know what i mean and avoid came wanted to deal with himself. Who knows. i don't know but Now hearing what. It could be terrible but sounds like that. The police are On the case in a on somebody. Hopefully we'll have an arrest soon but man. What a bummer. For this guy. who did it to. They'll figure it out. Oh yeah the phone number here is five one three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. That'll get you on the radio here. That of course. is sitting in for meat. Who's absent is an engineer. Levy you knew her from the local twelve They fired her they hitter. I'm just kidding. Now she moved on and has a gig now on what is it. Is that court tv. It's a what is that thing called again. That thing law and crime network the wall in prime network. It's like when. I tell people that there have been people who have called and said. Hey i'm calling the law and crime network and they're like crime syndicate. You're right now. There's a tv station. Yeah it's a tv station. Covers all the d- do a lot of well. It's all stories about crime and things like that but a lot of courtroom footage stuff like that. Yeah that's me. When guys get pissed off flipped a desk at the judge and all that stuff. I love that got we have. Apparently we have a show about that on court. Can or something like that dan abrams. He's like our boss and he has all these shows the court cam. That's like on an e. I think we do stuff with so. Yeah they have these crazy videos. One guy that runs out of the courtroom and as he's running down the stairs this one cop dives over the railing. That was here. I remember that it was like. Oh my god. I love that stuff anyway so being that is friday as well. It's a call to the wall for you to thunder. Phones is what we call it off when the phone rings we just pick up live on the radio k at five one. Three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine in the only rule is when you call you. Say where you're from and who you are. Okay that's that's all that's the only rule you're on the air caller. Hello hey chris. This is frank from clermont. county veterans. Yes that's sorta sponsor of thunder phones and do a good man what's happening. These guys will do a great thing. These guys help out the veterans and stuff which is cool deal because it's not a smooth ride for somebody's guys coming back from from the army. War whatever's going on and plus you gotta get influx soon as people are coming back from afghanistan right right right. Yeah yeah. we're staying busy. that's for sure. Yeah well we kind of want you guys to go out of business. Quite frankly right well hold on. Shut down my job. You know absolutely absolutely but we have. We have memorial day coming up. Do you have stuff happening. I know you guys Get involved with things such as that. Yeah absolutely Memorial day may thirty first and One thing that we do out our office is We we like to make sure that All the all the graves of the veterans are marked with a with a marker and a flag and We give those out for free They they're Aluminum markers and they they hold the flags and They get the war arizona them or if we're in a war era than we got Just the standard veteran markers but If you're a defense a clermont county veteran buried in clermont county and we'll give them to you for free. Wow wow what's crazy. Is you think back at something like that. And you go well. Why isn't that happening anyways. Right right you know. I mean so. People have that issue as far as having a grave markers and stuff these guys back from serving our country Absolutely crazy so. I mean when you hear these stories what would make you coming out of high school. Go yeah. I want to sign up for that knowing that when i get out of the army from serving my country or whatever that i could possibly be just thrown to the wolves like just thrown decide. Well it happens. And but that's what. We're there for veterans advocate. Should we take care of them. Yeah that's awesome what. What's what's the website though. I'm sure people can donate to to help out for things such as that sure. It's a clermont county veterans dot com okay and Phone number anything five one three seven three two seven three six three okay very good. Well i appreciate you guys being a partner of ours and You know I've talked to you guys a couple of times Anything for the vats. I in these guys are coming back. I couldn't do this job the way i do it without people fighting for this country. So yeah it's important. And i think more people need to see that so perhaps who very good we appreciate you. Yeah frank i appreciate you take care about having given the internet. I'm a good guy. I know you don't like people to really know that right. Well i mean. I'm not hiding it. We're on the radio that's true but yeah you are actually very sweet thank you what else are you. I'm telling me go ahead. i'm listening cheaper. Nice guy he's like a great guy nelson thank you that time similar steps okay. I'll write it down for us. That's levy she is here today. Today is also called for the wall. Of course anyway how this show. I want to thank the guys who send any song for us from a listener little spooks and the key calls time on their hands discouraged. I want them to do what you do. Is you go to kid. Chris dot com. And there's an upload link there and you can send in your song the jaaz to the wall. I wonder if i should try one indeed. Yeah you should. I would love to hear that could break your balls napa. Know how. I'm thinking like how i would sabir like mix it. I guess we'll get a hold of rick rubin he can produce it for you. Our phone number here is five. One three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. Your buddy segman is standing by. He wants to come in and talk sports stuff with you. Get you updated on that. That's all straight ahead but first we want to give you an opportunity at a thousand bucks. It is friday that means thunder phones today. Of course that it's good production that's engine levy. She's here today. Fillon because Meet decided i don't wanna work today. What is he doing by the way. I don't know i don't know what he's i don't. I don't get into people's personal business. Why because i leave it on. Tv news people to poke around called meet and say hey. What are you doing today. Levy was at channel twelve for how long so the second go around ten years. Wow right time now. She's on the The criminal network or what is it called the crime and crime network from the waas. I answer that. The phone is ringing. So i got an answer okay. That's what we do on fridays enough with you. Hello caller you're on the air. Who is this high grad. Oh this is concentrating how you feel man okay correct. Constantine jelly is in philadelphia. Known him for many many years now. Let's see listening on the app. I guess okay. Awesome yeah concertina. Let's let's filler in. So how old are you now. I'm forty three credits yuppies. Forty three years old how he works at a nursing home he's fully vaccinated correct kris. That's right He likes to play call of duty. The video game credit card cody. Don't now it's not the video game. what do you like to do. What is to call of duty that you play sa- you're gone to the bathroom and you either to the number one of us that he does the number two and any calls people to tell them about it. Yeah okay eight magazines. While you're doing that or i mean just calls people saying i'm taking a duty while that's what you're doing right now. Yeah i'm taking a duty. Why am i talking on the phone. Now what do you think that go ahead. I would never have known. sounds like. He's a pro ended. That i got a i got a crash through. What kind of is your part. Ho ho you can't saying yeah constitute and we're going to let you go all right. You take care bud okay. Was that real constantly. I mean okay. I just wondering. Is that like a prank caller. Constantine is a guy. I've met in two thousand five or six in philadelphia and he used to come on and do our show and We ended up hiring him. Actually it was kind of like the station mascot he was like our segment. What station was this was a radio station in philadelphia. I here gray. But he's been you know. I think he's coming for the fireworks actually so you wanna meet him you can. He's got a very. I'll be shared at mark that down. Well i could give me your number you can call you call of duty. Command dirtier deleted guy gets blushing. He's bourbon edge. Rogue colts went after that question omen smokes big tag. tv star. Come on what do you think the answer is. I don't know talk. i'm not saying anything. That is not the question i was expecting. I thought it was going to be something like sorted steven avery. Like something like that the The unexpected is what the show's all about. That's right calls it a wall leave. Fridays came into good day to engineer. Probably come back. Never come back but will you come back. I'll think about it for you. We go your way back. That cigna's built the tower for seven hundred wwf. Long i replaced the light. Now it's becoming a strip mall around tower now. Yeah this is crazy thank you. That's chester yeah. Yeah it's an that is sacred ground up there folks. Yeah the seven hundred w w tower. It's it's one of the biggest signals in the country. And i can just imagine the radiation or whatever saw that or whatever. Why would you want to be close to used to be half million years ago. Why don't they like the tower. The transmitter the half million watt transmitter is still there right. It's in the building store when i retire. I'm gonna. I'm gonna give tours of the of the tower and stuff. Well the way you spend your money on hookers and drugs. You'll have to live in that building. Yep that's true things. Things have changed. We last talked ads right. You're a big tv star. Now in law. I've gone right to the gutter somewhat no choice. The sports is brought to you by collin electric cooling color electric wiring for today's world. Yes five one. Three two two seven forty one twelve cents a colin electric cincinnati dot com dot com. The battle for the ohio cup heats up again this weekend with the reds against that cleveland. Baseball team wrapped up into series. Two one. they haven't won the ohio cup since two thousand fourteen. So now you won't say their nickname. The indiana director stories against kansas city ordinances recently the brady riding a five game streak. The reds have won three of their last five seven. Ten tonight wade. Miley goes for the red legs of against please check. 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I'm sorry okay like very you know that jolan really is a ratio. That's a cut. There's one it's an honor to be here today. With angie net formerly channel twelve. Now a superstar on court. Tv she was there she was there in the minneapolis. The wars ohio engine. I texted you during that. And i said get the hell out of there tonight because i mean that's a war zone. Many people texted me message me just people. I don't even know people. I do know who were like. Oh my god careful zero. Certainly you guys i mean did you zoom all that or did you. Were you actually in in in the room. You know when the draw they only let like ci. Reporters ended a time. And they were like you know. Say how heke get in there with barbed-wire tanks and everything else now. They got three other. The three other guys are going to get tried. What later this year guy in august allegedly how they do that after all this. I don't really find a jury talking about the joe joe and getting a new trial. Well he says he didn't get a fair trial and retired trial. Sorry i've talked to t he's asking for new trial and i've talked to two well known defense lawyers who basically said to me. He did not get a fair trial. Oh so that means you have to go back the war zone right. Oh flack jacket. Nine per se press or does it say on it one of those the press wanna press one because there were some people up there. They were media. It'll say media. There were people up there. And i was like what press do you work for. They were like they were wearing like all black and like a black vote bulletproof vest or whatever and it would say press on the front. And the back chino. He was up there. Pat reecey sent him up there. And basically like you're putting a target on your back. Why would you know. Put press on anything like i like. How are you even legit. I just have my code on and our security guys. They had like our security. Guys were great so they had like a gun on one hip and a taser on the other and i was kind of like well somebody could. I could just grab that shoot somebody rate. I was kind of like. Is that safe. So you're you're talking out loud while people are okay. But they've gone over there you'll go near just great that right. Yeah but ever all the press heads security so we had these two security guys and when the verdict thing was coming down you know they were outside the courthouse with bullhorns cunanan's they were literally like you know. Shut it down. If we don't get it and some of people were saying. Burn it down. We don't get it. And i our security guys were great. They weren't like freaking out but they literally said okay guys so we got about ten minutes to the verdict standing there and i had one of the guys like behind me because i kept going up to get video of with my phone and they literally just said if it starts getting bad. Just run and go to the hotel advice. Run could run yes. Here's our advice. We're not gonna product you. Rod rosenstein panic every man for himself british brave. Abby sag we have an hour long special tonight on the derek chauvin trial good. They made me put together and it was like so honored because the talk of it is tied down. So let's bring it back up again. Yeah there's a lot happening. Yeah there's a lot of new buildings that we could flammable. Let's get to show. And i've never seen so much plywood and everything is boarded up when i got up. I thought. Oh my god. It's like when i got there for jury selection. Mcdonald's everything was boarded. Wouldn't have listen decline that that deal. Mcdonald's open you get it. You have to wrap up your Segment i know. I'm sorry to clucking hens ignore him and talk among ourselves. You already have happy. Friday everybody thanks. Call an electric. Thank you all for the sports part of this. That's correct. not the violence engine is trying to incite. That's happy weekend everybody. Thank you segment of the home. The hits one or two seven w. e. b. an in studio today is internet levi. Who you know from local twelve for many many years. Now works for the a law in crime network. Is that what it's called. Yeah yes. I got it right. Finally as we Are into the show sex ed court. Tv for tv. Part of the stuff is on court. Tv right where we're separate. Okay now our phone number is five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine seven sabir and that is what you do on fridays. You call i just pick up live okay and it's all up to you you take over when we're on the air just by calling so no what we're talking about We'll stop in answer. Is that okay with everybody. Hello caller you're on the air. Hi hey my name's teddy just wanted to ask you. If you for knew that. I get chris big fan of a cold videos. I'm up you never heard of that or to participate in one tale about. Oh kolding videos. Those are now. Go google it. Okay see you. This is gross. It's girls u. c. k. o l. d. i n. g. you sit kolding. A man whose wife is unfaithful often regarded as an object. Object of derision. Yeah so there are code videos out there yes. It's usually husband's videotaping. Their wife with other guys and other men hit does that cuckold. Okay like the husband is school. Likes usually the husband will recruit the guy. That's weird no. This is what this is. When i know. I'm like really boring person. When i don't know stuff like this. You need to learn this stuff. That's what keeps marriages healthy. How's your marriage okay. Fine your marriage is not healthy business. Okay what we'll see what happens one day if your husband goes amen I'm interested in this. I like you gotta you gotta find somebody else to get interested in really mean. That's just not my. That sounds weird. I can't do that Hello caller you're on the air. Go ahead hi antoinette. I'm big fan. Hey doing good. How are you cool. Many prostitutes do you think chris than with more than twenty or less prostitutes. I've been with more twenty. Yeah you think it's hot. I don't know. I don't think about are you are you. You're like you frequent prostitutes. The past i have. Oh yes yes i mean. Do you have like a black book. Or how does that work. Is it like a heidi fleiss. Kind of thing back. It'd be this is years ago. And i've been married it'll be fourteen years At the end of may but It used to be like when you go to a town like rena would go to a lot by just for work. Want used to go up there for work. I used to go to the bunny. Ranch do my show from there. And say i've done all that like that. You think it's awesome. You know the guys will take on. It's cool you get to walk into this place all the girls lineup and you can pick a girl and you normally pay for but i knew the owner so we would offer his birthday party and he gives us free pass legal. They're like it's not illegal. You can just like you can just like walk in. And it's like a thing. Isn't it no. It's a business and it's very very. I mean it stricter because the government's involved there you know it's regulated be present some type of documentation that you're no. It's because you're 'cause they don't do anything with you unless you're protected got it. Yeah and then You like but. I had passes. He gave us free like hookup tickets. So i've only done that twice. But it's very robotic and terrible. It's not fun at all well. I'm learning all this new stuff about you. Have you ever been to amsterdam. No no red light district there. I know but that's not as fun at the Like when i would say the hotel in reno whatever. I would go into the yellow pages long ago it is in a new pay like would they would escort services. Do they still make. I don't know but the last time they dropped the phone book off on my porch really. And i just put it. In the recycling i the prostitutes stuff was fun back today. Because you're sitting there as a guy you guys are warning. You're sitting there and he waiting in your hotel room or something and when you hear the knock at the door like this is like kind of like dominoes. Comes you feel excited. You're like oh this is great day of the night. Exactly filling in for me to Took some time off is engine levy. We have on the air every once in a while here on our show she Is formerly from local twelve. Now on the law and crime network. She goes bothers Families or go through a terrible situation and you shove the karen in their face and just totally bother them. But that's fine. We need people to do that. I guess engine that's right. It is of course. That's nice nice about it is always on friday's open phones for your call. Thunder phones is one of the other names for pick up the phone when it rains. It is right now. I Just ask you. Would you call say who you are where you're calling from god. Caller name drumming ends wiler from alexandria. Kentucky yeah i was just curious You guys Still keep in contact with thomas. Yes that's house. Wonder what he's been up to He's at home. Does that help me. Don't radio anywhere else. no. I don't think ever happen and look we. We had an opportunity to bring him back and he turned it down so he doesn't wanna do it. You know what you guys were awesome together just like you guys got him all wild up. Yeah well it's not our choice. You miss autho wondering if you guys got any inconsideration tickets. Nope simon well. You guys have a go skulls. All it is is free stuff all show show we gotta love calls it awhile. Hello caller. you're on here. Who are you. Where are you from off your patty from dilford. Hi how are you. I am like. We'll get one hour a week of big hair bands with rachel. I mean that's ridiculous. We need to get some more that out for matt complaint that we need to. We need to do this all day on wednesday or the launch. Do you have a big fan of the hairband stuff. Oh yes do you like Do you collect a lot of that music. You still have some of that music. I have a few. But i don't collect it but i just love listening to it. What's your favorite. That's the real music. Oh my favorite was probably ozzy Actually i won my first pair of tickets to a concert through. Wgn and i was twelve years old and went to the The concert when motley crue opened up for him. Oh that would be good doctors. Dr feelgood is like one of my favorite like that really. Oh my god that song. Boom boom boom boom in the beginning. It's like the best. I love that song. Well i mean look it's a. It's a format thing. I have nothing to do with any of that. I'm only in charge of when i turn the microphone on poisoned. Let's try and get that get that going forward. I try and do anything. I'm not looking for any extra work. So i'm not gonna go run down the hallway and fight for some kind of format stuff. I'm sorry fight for you just too tired. Thank you do you like poison. Oh yeah yeah. I liked poison to is bret michaels. Still around. didn't have or something. Or brain tumor. The that doesn't mean curtains for fellow when it happened but remember it. Wasn't he like on the apprentice or something and celebrity apprentice. Oh a stroke. Yeah okay horrible. Yet when he d also remember when he was doing that dating show and he banged all those chicks. What a great life. I don't remember that deville remember coarser. I think i just got cut off. Hello caller air egg. Hey this is the last day before. Mother's day weekend. We should be promoting a lot of things for the mothers. If it wasn't for them we none of us would be here. Let me guess you'll have a restaurant or something that you end up promote. No i just have a mother. That i love dearly and i wanna just i just wanna give everybody else happy. Mother's day weekend shout out. Yeah okay well very good thank you thank you see. That's what it's all about. You know. I know you worked on television for awhile here locally seven. I'm sure you would get emails saying you should do this. You should you should do that. I get that all the time people will say you should put me on man. I'm really funny. I opened the phones up. And that's the fun we get. I think it's funny. Yeah people are always like you should do this. You don't do this. Don't do this right and it's like while you're watching right. Hello caller you're on the air. Hey what type it. I'm a little disappointed in rachel. I have to admit rachel's on after us. Yes at ten o'clock oh Sitting in there we didn't catch their name listed the song dr feelgood then turn on. Acdc night of the long knives off of those about to rot and name. So you're disappointed me. I'm not rachel. I'm janette yeah. Wh why. I apologize disappointed because her lack of music knowledge. Not knowing that dr feelgood and acdc. Night of the long knives or the exact same. chris. I did all i said was. I didn't say anything about that. I just beginning dr field goal. You said dr feelgood was extra call. Stop talking to them. Don't engage. it's what i call it feeding the cat. They don't stop coming at you when you engage with it. Okay you know. What i think is funny is that i have some pretty good eighties. Nineties music knowledge. I'll tell you even because now they're going to call and bob cat nap. I'm just getting old. These jerk offs are going to call him. A bother me about this to chris show and his two seven. Wbz yes that's engine levy filling in today for me to decided to take time off. He doesn't like fridays because people call in and talk to us. Digest levy was on local twelve for many many years. And now she's on the law and crime network that you could see on cable and the funny thing is last. I do my video show on thursday nights from my house. Call live from club. chris. And i said you're going to be on and all that and i tweeted it out. Everybody's all like. Oh man. I'm going to call in and i'm gonna say this. I'm say they got scared. They're all cowards. Anyway so I love what happens but it is a magical recall. The show ed's calls cow anywhere five on three one three seven. Not seven hockey. We're not singing. Law pavel seventy that listener listening range so Yeah when the phone rings. We take them here on the chris show. The rule is is when i pick up. You say who you are and where you're calling from. Hello caller nick from saint. Louis a funny. I guess today. I was listening to your show and taking my boys school my nine year old was in the backseat and he said that all sudden you guys thank man come on. He started playing a jingle. Oh yeah man the steak man. I'm like what chelsea thanks famous man. Well listen my job is to make segment relevant again. He's on seven hundred. W w all the time and nobody listens to that trash. So the komo exactly. That's why so i'm bringing. I'm extending the segments career. I'm like man i'm like. You're making this stuttering sports cats that i've been listening to for years frigging famous again on my nine year. Old boys all excited it. Got me thinking though. whatever happened to the The evil saying clip gone flown is gonna bring those back i email. We played them a lot before. But then i put them to rest but now that the segment is on here all the time. Maybe we need to revisit that yes correct. Have you ever played them for him. Yes he knows all about me and he doesn't like him. Segment comes from the old the old school radio where you don't you don't make fun. We're on the radio. So he's a big fan of those things it's a fresh Are here for you. Thunder phones. Kalu your calls to the wall. Just what i pick up. It's go time. Go ahead if we went on a dream date. Would i end the night telling you left tif. I'll hang up and wait for your answer. I don't even know what to say. What are you. What did you mean i think i know. Have you ever been told that by after okay good. I have really nice teeth. One of my my big attributes. I think decent teeth. I didn't get my first cavity until it was like twenty eight drag him now. I not that i know of. Is there anybody. We could call reference. Now let's just move on.

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"NPR podcasts are now. Available on every platform checkout. All our shows at NPR dot org slash podcasts. That's NPR dot org slash podcasts. Live from NPR news in Washington on Giles Snyder police are expected to release more information this hour about an overnight standoff near Cincinnati that ended this morning with one sheriff's deputy dead and another wounded from member station. W VX you reporter Bill rhinehart has more. It's not clear yet. If the incident started with a welfare check or a domestic disturbance at an apartment complex in Pierce township local media reports are contradictory. The Clermont county sheriff's office says about two and a half hours after they first responded one deputy was dead. And another wounded the standoff ended early Sunday morning with the suspect surrendering this is the third law enforcement death in the area in the last month. The other two coming from traffic crashes for NPR news. I'm Bill Rinehart in Cincinnati. Virginia democratic governor. Ralph northern is defying widespread calls for his resignation over a racist. Photograph appeared in his medical school yearbook at a press conference in Richmond northern reversed himself and now denies being in the photo. Even though he previously acknowledged it in apologized. Pope Francis left Rome for a visit to the United Arab Emirates today. Becoming the first Catholic leader to set foot on the Arabian, peninsula, NPR's, Sylvia. Pohjola reports at by visiting the region Francis setting a milestone in Catholic Muslim relations. So Francis recently remarked that his visit to the cradle of Islam comes on the eight hundred anniversary of Saint Francis of Assisi trip to Cairo to beat the Sultan during the crusades, the poeple attendant interreligious event and celebrate mass in a stadium bordering Saudi Arabia, which strictly bans all religions other than Islam the UAE prides itself on promoting religious freedom. There are close to one million Catholics mostly. Migrant workers from Asia who worship in eight churches built on land made available by the government, but shirts bells cannot chime cross his be exhibited on roofs and conversion from Islam is a crime punishable by death, Sylvia. Poggioli NPR news Rome voters going to the polls. Nell Salvador today, electing a new president Maria Martin reports he Konami corruption gangs and migration our top otr concerns the front runner in the election is thirty seven year old naive Bukit. A former mayor of San Salvador Buchen has been talking a lot about getting rid of corruption an issue tainting some parties, however, analysts note that none of the major candidates have said much about some other issues important to voters, including migration, and gangs, which have become an important political force in L, Salvador. President Trump is still holding out the possibility of a military intervention in Venezuela that an interview being broadcast today on CBS his face the nation. He said it's an option the US and other nations at Brechin is opposition leader one DOE as big as weightless legitimate leader. He's been leading efforts to push out President, Nicolas Maduro. This is NPR news. The Japanese automaker Nissan is reversing plans to build its new x trail SUV in the UK saying it will consolidate production in Japan. The announcement first reported today, by Sky News is seen as a blow to Brexit. Supporters. Nissan says in a statement that continued uncertainty about the UK's relationship with the European Union is not helping companies like Nissan plan for the future for Mario. Because president Laurent bunk bunko will be taking up temporary residents in Belgium, while international criminal court. Prosecutors decide whether to appeal his acquittal on charges of crimes against humanity. Teri Schultz reports there will be strict conditions on by both stay on. Bob bell and his assistant. Charles split. Day were acquitted of war crimes by ICC. Judges last month after two years on trial. They were accused of being responsible for murder rape persecution and other crimes against humanity in violence that killed more than three thousand people after Ivory Coast's election in. Hundred ten won. By Allison Ouattara. But I see prosecutors may still appeal the acquittal and fear bugaboo wouldn't return if allowed to go wherever he chooses. So the court asked Belgium to take him Belgian foreign minister, did you dare says Belgium agreed under the conditions imposed by the court, which include bug boasts, surrendering his passport checking in with authorities weekly and making no contact with witnesses for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz. In Brussels on Kong say a bomb squad has destroyed a grenade. Dating back to World War One that was discovered in a shipment of potatoes. 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"NPR podcasts are now. Available on every platform checkout. All our shows at NPR dot org slash podcasts. That's NPR dot org slash podcasts. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Barbara Kline. President Trump is adding his voice to the bipartisan chorus condemning Virginia governor Ralph Northam who's changed. His response to a racist photograph under his name in an old medical school yearbook before the photo surfaced Northam was already facing criticism over comments about late term abortion as NPR's Mara Liasson reports Republicans are seeing opportunity in the governor's political troubles. The president like many other Republicans is treating the controversy over the Virginia governor's yearbook photos and abortion comments as a political opportunity. Trump tweeted that northbound's Republican opponent would have won the governor's race by twenty points. If his staff had uncovered Northerns yearbook pay. Page that page shows a person in black face and another in a KKK hood earlier. The president tweeted, the Democrats are becoming the party of late term abortion and crime. Meanwhile, North I'm has lost all support in Virginia. And in Washington as Democrats are calling for him to step down. Mara liasson. NPR news Washington in Ohio. A sheriff's deputy has been killed. Another is wounded in a standoff east of Cincinnati overnight. Bill Rinehart of member station. W VX you reports. A suspect is in custody. The Clermont county sheriff's office says the Twenty-three-year-old suspect I called nine one one seeing someone was in his apartment. He later told the dispatcher he was armed and suicidal a press. Release says detective Bill brewer died from his injuries at a nearby hospital. He was twenty year veteran in survived by his wife and five year old son. Lieutenant Nick rose was treated and released. Police say the suspect was taken into custody early. Sunday morning after the building caught fire for NPR news. I'm Bill Rinehart in Cincinnati. President Trump says he believes US troops in Afghanistan and Syria are tired, and he wants to bring them home. He tells CBS his face the nation. If there's a resurgence by ISIS oral Kaieda, the US can and will return quickly. The president also says sending US military personnel to Venezuela to help restore democracy. There is an option and he says he's turned down a request from Venezuelan leader nNcholas Maduro to meet tonight in Atlanta, the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams face off in the Super Bowl NPR's, Tom. Goldman says it's likely the fans at home and in a TV audience will be treated to a close contest. The point spread is close. New England's favored by two and a half points. And history says it'll be close because the patriots play close Super Bowls in the championship games. New England is played. In since two thousand two the average margin of victory. Whether the patriots won or lost was a little over four points. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Rams are playing in their first Super Bowl since one thousand nine hundred eighty this is NPR. The Trump administration says it would be too expensive and too difficult to reunite what could be thousands of migrant children separated from their parents. The American Civil Liberties union says a judge's order last June that required the government to reunite children in its custody. Also applies to children separated from their families before that time who are now living with sponsors or relatives. The government says there could be thousands the organization that operates a migrant rescue ship in Italy may face charges of aiding and abetting illegal immigration as Christopher lives. Say. In Rome reports the vessel spent nearly two weeks in port waiting for talion. Authorities to let it come ashore. Prosecutors in Sicily have opened an investigation into an organization called see watch last month that ship in the Mediterranean Sea picked up forty seven migrants, including fifteen unaccompanied minors the ship. Brought them to the port city of Catania. But Italy's populous government and new anti migrant measures prevented the undocumented migrants from disembarking for thirteen days. And now the organization that pulled the migrants from the water may face charges of criminal conspiracy. Meanwhile, five EU countries have vowed to take in the migrants instead of Italy for NPR news. I'm Christopher lives saved in Rome. A shipment of potatoes from France to Hong Kong has arrived short a spud. Instead it included a World War One era. German handgrenade believed to have been accidentally dug up in a French potato field. I'm Barbara Klein NPR news.

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"NPR podcasts are now. Available on every platform checkout. All our shows at NPR dot org slash podcasts. That's NPR dot org slash podcasts. Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Giles Snyder. Pope Francis leaves Rome at this hour for a visit to the United Arab Emirates becoming the first Catholic leader to set foot on the Arabian, peninsula, NPR, Sylvia. Pohjola reports at by visiting the region Francis setting a milestone in Catholic Muslim relations. So Francis recently remarked that his visit to the cradle of Islam comes on the eight hundred anniversary of Saint Francis. Overseas. Trip to Cairo to beat the Sultan during the crusades, the pope attendant interreligious event and celebrate mass in a stadium bordering Saudi Arabia, which strictly bans all religions other than Islam the UAE prides itself on promoting religious freedom. There are close to one million Catholics mostly. Migrant workers from Asia who worship in eight churches built on land made available by the government, but church bells cannot chime cross his canopy exhibited on roofs and conversion from Islam is a crime punishable by death, Sylvia. Poggioli NPR news Rome us special Representative for North Korea. Stephen being in as arrived in Seoul for talks with both north and South Korea during his three day. Visit he will discuss a second summit expected later this month between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong on the BBC's Michael Bristow when President Trump meant Mr. came in Singapore last June. He made some hope that North Korea could be persuaded to give up his nuclear weapons. But since then there's been little progress to track to move things forward. President Trump Mr Kim of agreed in principle to hold a second summit later this month, some Levin Asia, perhaps Vietnam he sought Mr. begins in South Korea to thrash out the details of that meeting over the next three days for Jim. Democratic governor. Ralph northern is defying widespread calls for his resignation over a racist. Photograph that appeared in his medical school yearbook at a press conference in Richmond this weekend northern reversed himself and now denies being in the photo, even though he previously acknowledged being in it and apologizing deadly standoff in Ohio officials say a police officer has been shot dead in Pierce township outside Cincinnati. And that another officer has been injured by a man who barricaded himself inside an apartment building. The Clermont county sheriff's office is due to provide enough day later this morning tonight in Atlanta, the New England Patriots in Los Angeles Rams face off in Super Bowl fifty three NPR's Tom Goldman says it's likely that fans at the game and a global television audience will be treated to a close contest. The point spread is close New England's favored by two and a half points. And history says it'll be close because the patriots play close Super Bowls in the HSEN ship games. New England is played in since two thousand and two. The average margin of victory. Whether the patriots won or lost was a little over four points. Meanwhile, the Los Angeles Rams are playing in their first Super Bowl since one thousand nine hundred eighty this is NPR news. Former Ivory Coast president than on backbone will be taking up temporary residents in Belgium, while international criminal court. Prosecutors decide whether to appeal his acquittal on charges of crimes against humanity. Teri Schultz reports there will be strict conditions on both stay on Bob bell and his assistant. Charles blitzer. Day were acquitted of war crimes by ICC. Judges last month after two years on trial. They were accused of being responsible for murder rape persecution and other crimes against humanity in violence that killed more than three thousand people after Ivory Coast's election in twenty ten one by Ellison watcher, but ICC prosecutors may still appeal the acquittal and fear bug bugaboo wouldn't return if allowed to go wherever he chooses. So the court asked Belgium to take him bell. Then foreign minister did he gave dare says Belgium agreed under the conditions imposed by the court, which include bug bows, surrendering his passport checking in with authorities weekly and making no contact with witnesses for NPR news. I'm Teri Schultz in Brussels. No Salvador going to the polls today's the first round of the country's presidential election in which the economy corruption gangs migration are among the top voter concerns. Polls show the former mayor of sense outdoors, the leader among four candidates, but the winner will have to talk fifty percent of the vote to avoid a runoff next month. Police in Hong Kong say a bomb squad has destroyed a grenade. Dating back to World War One that was discovered in a shipment of a 'tatoes from France. According to local media outlets employee's at a food processing facility reported a suspicious objects Saturday morning. The greatest the grenade is believed to have been dug up in a fridge potato field. This is NPR.

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"Hello and welcome back to sword and scale daily. I'm your host Ryan Williams. It's Thursday march twenty. Sixth coming up on sort of scale daily in California. A social worker was allegedly stabbed to death by an eight year old man that she was trying to help. A New Jersey. Man is facing multiple charges after allegedly coughing on a grocery store employees and telling her that he was infected with the corona virus. A Tennessee woman is charged with killing her elderly grandparents. Finally the remains of Missing Kentucky team page Johnson have been discovered in Ohio nearly ten years after she was reported missing all this and more coming up on sorting guilty thirty-three-year-old social worker Sylvia Brecca Monty was killed on Friday afternoon after allegedly being stabbed by an eighteen year. Old Man that she was trying to help the suspect Anderson CANOVA's Cabeza was arrested at the scene and as of Wednesday has yet to be arraigned brecca Monte who focused on assisting young adults who were homeless or in risk of becoming homeless. Renna grew poem in downtown Katadi. The suspect was a resident at the home. Brecca Monte herself homeless as a young adult before changing her life around a native of Santa Rosa Brecca Monte became involved with drugs and gangs eighteen and dropped out of high school at Sixteen. She then lived what she later described as a very dangerous lifestyle for eight years until she had her first baby at the age of twenty four wanting to give him a better life than she had Brecca Monte than homeless enrolled in Santa Rosa Junior College in two thousand ten in two thousand thirteen. She graduated as the school's First Latina Valedictorian and was admitted to University of California. Berkeley the most selective and prestigious of California state universities Brecca Monty went onto earn her bachelors and masters in social work from Berkeley in two thousand fourteen. She was presented with an award by the Chicano Latino Foundation on that occasion Brecca multi gave a speech describing pet that she had traveled and stated quote. I feel like my life. Experiences have empowered me with strength and empathy that I can use to touch the lives of many people then. She returned to the Santa Rosa area to work in our own community as the program coordinator for Community Support Network Sanctuary House a seven room group home in downtown Co Taty. She lived with her mother. Stepfather and two sons aged. Three and eleven Brecca Monty was stabbed inside sanctuary house at around three forty five PM on Friday March Twentieth Brecca Monte sister-in-law Lauren Number Sally told Katie. Vcu News to that. Sylvia went to the home around one PM quote. She wasn't even supposed to work that day but with everyone staying inside. They need groceries and supplies so she went on her day off to draw those things off for them. Cantona's Cabeza was arrested on the scene immediately following the stabbing he was scheduled to be arraigned on Tuesday but appears to not have happened. Brecca Maltese on Delhi Garcia. Told the Santa Monica Press Democrat? The CANOVA's Cabeza. A resident of sanctuary house had been threatening Sylvia quote? He said to her. I know what you're about to do. The Dean told me that I have to get you Lorne. Amber Sally told Katie View News to that. The suspect repeatedly threatened Sylvia. Despite the fact that quote. She was the one who insisted he come to live in the house because he was young and struggling needed guidance. She was the only one to help support him amber so he added that she believed the community support network did not take the appropriate measures to protect Brecca Monte. We will keep you updated as more details become available. Our next story brings us to New Jersey where man faces multiple charges after allegedly intentionally coughing woman and then claiming that he was infected with corona virus on Tuesday the New Jersey Attorney General Gore Beer Gray Wall announced that fifty year old George fell coney. A friel township has been charged with third degree terrorism harassment and obstructing the administration of law stemming from the incident the state alleges that at approximately six thirty PM on Friday March Twentieth Falconi harassment employees of Wegmans grocery store the employees notice. The balcony was standing too close to her and to the open. Food display at the prepared foods counter. She asked him to step back while she covered the food instead. Fell Kuni step towards her and purposely coughed in her direction he then laughed and said he was infected with corona virus before telling to other employees that they were lucky to have jobs after the incident. A detective who was in the store approach Falconi but fell. Coney refuse to cooperate. Provide his name and address or show driver's license. He was detained at the scene for forty minutes before finally identifying himself and being allowed to leave on Tuesday Attorney General Grohl stated quote. These are extremely difficult times in which all of us are called upon to be considered if each other not to engage in intimidation and spread fear as is alleged in this case. We must do everything we can to deter this type of conduct and any similar conduct that harms others during the emergency the charges against Kony can lead to a sentence of up to seven years. The most serious charge third degree. Terrorism carries a sentence of three to five years. According to a memo released by the United States Justice Department on Tuesday Falconi could also face federal charges. The memo states that anyone who threatens to infect another with Corona virus maybe federally prosecuted under Terrorism Statutes. This next story brings us the Tennessee. The Jackson Sun reports that twenty eight year old Caitlyn Taylor of Camden was arrested on Monday. After police found the bodies of her grandparents inside their locked home on Monday morning at around seven forty Camden police officers went to perform welfare. Check at an address on Avenue the check was requested by CO worker. One of the home's residents after the resident failed to show up for work which was highly unusual behavior for them. The first on the house completely locked with no signs of forced entry both residents cars were parked in the garage after failing to make contact with the residence officers broke into the house inside. They discover the bodies of the residents. Eighty two year old Eugene mcdaniel and sixty seven year old Celeste mcdaniel. Camden police then reached up to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation for assistance. The investigation identified the descendants granddaughter. Caitlyn Taylor as the suspect. No further details about the crime or the investigation been shared with the public so far. Tbi spokesperson Kelly. Mcallister told The New York post quote. This is an act of an ongoing investigation. We are unable to discuss any details. Beyond those in our release Caitlyn Taylor was arrested on Monday and charged with two counts of criminal homicide. She's being held in bitten. Jail in her bond has been set at half a million dollars after the break the remains of seventeen year old page. Johnson who's been missing since two thousand ten have been discovered in Ohio. What do you think of when you hear the words citrus? 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What's real now for our final story of the day the Covington Kentucky police and the human remains discovered this weekend in Ohio have been identified as those of seventeen year old page Johnson. Who has been missing since two thousand ten? At Wednesday's news conference Covington Police Chief Rob Mater stated quote at this point. There's no cause of death. The remains many questions and much work. We wanted to find page alive today to say that hope evaporated entirely seventeen year old. Johnson finished in the early morning hours of September. Twenty third two thousand ten and then twenty two year old Jacob bumps who investigators described as an acquaintance of Johnson's was the last person to see our live. He initially told police that he dropped. Page off at the corner of Fifteenth Street and Scott Boulevard in Covington at one am before refusing to cooperate with the investigation further Fox News nineteen reports. The remains were discovered by hunter on Sunday morning. His wife then called nine one one to report that he'd found a burned up human skull. Near East Fork State Park in Ohio. Clermont County. Sheriff's deputies analyze the scene alongside officers from the Covington police and the staff of the Clermont County Coroner's office additional items believed to be connected to the body found in cataloged. The body was then sent to the Hamilton County. Coroner in Kentucky who positively identified the remains based on dental records page Johnson described by family is a social butterfly. Dropped out of high school at fifteen after giving birth on September. Twenty second two thousand. Ten Jacob bump has picked page up from her mother's house in Florence Kentucky. When questioned shortly after the disappearance bumps claimed he dropped her off at one am and Covington however as the Cincinnati Inquirer reported in two thousand fifteen. Investigators found the bump assist phone. Records did not match his story at one. A M the phone placed bump is not as he claimed and Covington but instead in Florence not far from where he picked page at four. Am the same day bump is send a text and the record showed his location as Near East Fork State Park in Clermont County Ohio. Investigators searched the park multiple times employing cadaver dogs. But they're not find pages remains her remains. Were eventually found near. The park has never been publicly identified. As a suspect. Johnson's family has always maintained that he knew something about her faith in February twenty. Twenty Johnson's family told news. Nineteen the bump is quote. Was the last person seen with page. We know his phone paint at East. Four Lake and other areas in two thousand eleven pages family had her declared dead planning to file a civil suit for wrongful death against bumps in an attempt to force them to answer questions about the disappearance. Bumps then pleaded the fifth asserting his writing and self-incrimination following the disappearance rumors spread that multiple witnesses saw bumps possibly aided by another man carrying a passed out page. Johnson out of a party that she'd attended that night although. There's no evidence to support the rumors. In two thousand fifteen the Kitten County Commonwealth Attorney Rob Sanders told the enquirer. He believed people knew what happened to Johnson but refuse to cooperate with the investigation. Johnson sister agreed with Sanders. Quote Jacob. Bump isn't one of his close friends. Know exactly what happened to her and refuse to come forward. I know there are people who happened to my sister and how they sleep at night is baffling to me on Wednesday following. The identification of Johnson's remains sanders. Told W K R C news twelve that he now believes multiple. People had not only refused to cooperate but lied to police and maliciously misled the investigators sanders stated quote. Those people should be nervous. That's it for today's episode of Sword and Skill Daily. We'll see you back here tomorrow. And until then stay safe sort. Scale daily is an incongruity media production. Your host was Ryan Williams Research and writing by Hagar Brock executive producer. Mike vide if you liked the show subscribe and leave us a review if you have any feedback or suggestions use the email address daily at sorting scale of DOT com. Do you need something to listen to next. We'll check out this other show from cast media. Hi I'm Jacob. Tula I'm Jamie and we're your host of strictly stocking each episode. We're going to bring you a new stalking case covering the INS and outs of each stalker. Their victim in their stores weapon. What is she hated me so much? 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AP Headline News Feb 04 2019 19:00 (EST)

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04:51 min | 2 years ago

AP Headline News Feb 04 2019 19:00 (EST)

"Space some regions are vast empty other areas we call closets. Fortunately, Kevin from the container store has answers. Right. Kevin. What gives you the power over space? I'd say alpha, customizable, closets with free, design and Elvis adjustable shelving and drawers, I can create space in any size closet. Kevin master of space and closets or just Kevin plus right now, save thirty percent on elfin installation and earn up to five hundred dollars credit through February tenth at the container store where space comes from who wears music coming from the KOMO Brexit may not be certain. But one thing is clear. You business could face serious challenges enterprise. Orlands wind range of supports will help you plan innovate compete on diversifying speak to your enterprise Arslan development adviser or visit prepare for breakfast Dodi an initiative of the government of Ireland. AP radio news. I'm Tim Maguire Virginia governor Ralph Northam fighting for his political life met today with his cabinet as he tries to find a way to not be forced to resign following last. Friday's publication of a racist photo on his page in a medical yearbook. The tenant governor just in Fairfax who would succeed Northam. Should he leave office tells WW BT how many -sition obviously, I ask the governor? And a someone who would have to have an office event that we were to resign. So I have to be very circumspect think about people to come with Virginia. Since of crisis deepened today as Fairfax denied and uncorroborated allegation of sexual misconduct. First reported by a conservative website told reporters that the two thousand four encounter with a woman was consensual and he called the accusation a political smear as a congressional conference committee continues its work on funding border security. President Trump is ready to deliver tomorrow night's state of the union address. AP's GIO Kovin reports truck will be facing a democratic majority in the house for this. His second such address very tense situation surrounding this speech. Nonetheless, our told by White House officials that the president in the speech is going to attempt to strike a unifying bipartisan optimistic tone president. Is nominating. A Washington veteran with lobbying ties to energy companies to head the interior department. David bird hearts been leading interiors since Ryan Zinke resigned in December amid ethics investigations he was Zeki deputy before then and President Trump says bernards done a fantastic job from the day. He arrived Bernhardt also was a lawyer and lobbyist for oil and gas companies and other interests with regulatory matters before the department while Republicans say that experience makes him an informed. Regulator Democrats in environmental groups say it leaves him foldable to conflicts of interest saga megani at the White House. This is AP radio news. News. A man is accused of faking to kill himself only to open fire on Clermont county, Ohio deputies seeking to help him killing one wounding another in this from W C P O prosecutor Darren Miller tells a judge this is. In this case, you Wade Edward win is being held under ten million dollars bond. Thirty say detective Bill brewer died from his wounds, the other deputy Nick rose was shot in the ankle. Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort has a new sentencing data federal judge in Washington setting a March thirteenth sentencing for Manafort on two felony charges stemming from witness tampering and crimes related to his Ukrainian political work. If aces up to five years in prison on each charge. Plus there's a possibility of a decade in prison in a separate federal case in Virginia where he was convicted of filing false tax returns concealing foreign Bank accounts in Bank fraud. I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news space, some regions of fast and empty other areas. We call closets. Fortunately, Kevin from the container store has answers. Right. Kevin. What gives you the power over space? I'd say alpha, customizable, closets with free, design and Elvis adjustable shelving. Drawers, I can create space in any size closet. Kevin master of space and closets or just Kevin. Plus right now, save thirty percent on elfin installation and earn up to five hundred dollars in credit through February tenth at the container store where space comes from that use it coming from space. Some regions are vast and empty other areas. We call closets. Fortunately, Kevin from the container store has answers. Right. Kevin. What gives you the power over space? I'd say alpha, customizable, closets with free, design and Elvis adjustable shelving and drawers, I can create space in any size closet. Kevin master of space and closets or just Kevin plus right now save thirty percent on elfin installation and earn up to five hundred dollars in credit through February tenth at the container store where space comes from. Where's that music coming from?

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Friday-The New Hot Spot Myth, Your Immunity & Why Tobacco Is Family Friendly!

CRUSADE Channel Previews

13:25 min | 11 months ago

Friday-The New Hot Spot Myth, Your Immunity & Why Tobacco Is Family Friendly!

"And he doesn't even factor in the fact that most of the hospitalizations that are being reported or not for upper respiratory. Influenza UH type symptoms there for. Procedures that were delayed and cancelled in March and April and May, and in June, and are now finally some of them being allowed and so hospitals if they are seeing, patients are seeing patients because. They're gonNA finally actually get in. And they're being tested for the corona hoax. They test positive. They're there to get a hip replacement and knee replacement heart surgery, whatever in if they test positive for the corona hoax, they get listed as corona hoax hospitalization. That's the fact we've documented in here on this show. We have doctors out there and nurses that confirm the fact. Shall we know that that's what's up so even if? We know this as a fact. Let's look it wheel. Use their data, okay. So. Stockman uses their data. Here's the numbers. The proof for that is straightforward and is measured by the hospitalization rate per new case. The latter is plunged from fifteen to twenty percent and the early days of the contagion in the news so-called. Hotspots states what does that now in the low single digits? The data for new cases, hospitalizations and hospitalization ratio for the first twenty days of July includes the following. And then here's the stats. On the hot spots states state of Florida two, hundred, seven, thousand, nine, hundred sixty new cases, six, thousand, seven, hundred and twenty six additional hospitalizations that equals a hospitalization rate to case ratio of three point two percent. Does that sound like an epidemic? And again he points out if we line the same people up during the same timeframe, and you tested them for influenza A. or B. or swine, flu, or H, one n one or whatever? Would the ratio be the same? Yes, it will, because summer over so summer there are similar rates that have been recorded okay Arizona where the governor today has just put the state back on a two week lockdown. You're not allowed to leave your house businesses are. Beginning Monday they got shut down until August fourteenth. This is madness here. Here's Arizona stats sixty, five, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty eight new cases, one, thousand, nine, hundred sixty two additional hospitalizations that works out to a three point zero percent. Does that sound like an epidemic? Especially, since now, we know, even if you do get rid of you believe that there is single covid nineteen. Osbour- upper respiratory infection and you do get it. Hydroxy Clark Z pack or Zorich Remiss in. And Zinc sulfate five days twenty bucks. You're good to go. Through even if you do get it okay fine trade it no big deal. Tennessee! Thirty six, thousand, two, hundred, forty five new cases, one, thousand forty seven additional hospitalizations that equals two point nine percent. Does that sound like an epidemic? It doesn't to me state of Georgia. I just wear. This is the now. This is the biggest spike of all you ready. Georgia. Sixty, four, thousand, two, hundred, eighty, four new cases, three, thousand, nine, hundred and ninety six additional hospitalization that works out to this is the high water mark for the entire unit while do knock peatlands, the high water mark six point two percent. Again. Does that sound like an epidemic? Arkansas comes in six percent south. Carolina Tim Williams. Are you listening buddy? Three point eight percent ratio of hospitalizations to positive test results, that is not an epidemic hospitals can handle that easily. Mississippi has a two point. Eight percent rate a word hospitalization rates of three to six percent rights Davis Stockman are not indicative of a public health crisis or a dread disease, laying waste to the population. In fact, they're only slightly above the hospitalization rates for normal winter in flu windsor. Then, it gives them charts. Mike Church, show here on the crusade channel always on AARON OFFERS ONLINE CRUSADE CHANNEL DOT COM this portion of the program brought to you by our friends at bulldog Kia for the best deal on a newer use KIA. In North America shop with those who do do do business with those who do business with us. And that is bulldog Kia. Go see him online at bulldog. Kia Dot Com. Every car on the lot has enough pitchers. Could people lack an pitchers to make you feel as though you're actually right there on the lot smelling the new the new seats and kicking the tires as they used to say member member, kicking the tires, so shop for a brand new KIA or US one, a pre owned a certified pre-owned Kia, and our friends at bulldog, Kia a title sponsor of the Crusade Channel. The Mike Church show sense. We kicked off on day. One, and And then I was a spokesman for bulldog, going all the way back to two thousand and ten, so for a decade we have been with our friends at bulldog. Kia I'll do many people I don't like to doing business with and I. Don't live in Athens Georgia, but that's where I get my car, so I'm asking you give them a shot. You'RE GONNA buy a car. Gimmicky call eight five five bulldog. It's eight five five bulldog will see at bulldog Kia, you tell them king, dude censure. This is Travis and Ohio on a free phone Friday. I predict doom gloom. Nobody's GonNa, call, because I'm an invert, invoked the bursar effect, and now we have packed phone lines. Here is a Travis I. Mike Church show on the cruise, general, always owner and always on a cruise H. L. Dot Com. Yes, Travis our you. The corruption in the Republican Party in Ohio is at all time high. if there's any reason for people to start doubting the party system, boy I'll tell you I. I just. I don't know how much longer I can. I can stay in this I. Just find it to be unbelievable speaker of the House got. Nailed for. Sixty million dollar bribe and back to do any. Jail Time! And he knows all. Trying to. Trying to fight this stuff and now. Now. Now wait a minute, but just to be fair to the speaker of the Ohio House He hasn't been convicted of anything yet, and Nino tells me that he was anti corona hoax, anti dewine, pro-life and pro man and woman marriage, so it sounds to me like this dude's been set up. Yeah it's. It's again I'm not I. You're absolutely right. Way It appears. Right now and there is just the the party's total mass in Ohio. They're both parties so divided. And we have some characters and Clermont County and since. My County is an air. Some local Republicans there that are really some bad guys, and it's just. There's a lot of division. Nobody knows who the trust nobody knows. WHO's right? WHO's good? it's just confusing and just absolutely confusing. And so. What's going to happen now with this this whole thing or or what, but? It's just. Like you said it's so demonic. And so. You know there's essential conspiring here. That this is just not men doing. There's no way there's no way. Did you hear what John Water said he goes were not accusing. Our politicians of actually masterminded this because we know they're not smart enough to do this, so he said demonic. He said demonic. No there's no doubt in my mind that that's what's happening. That's what's going on here. anyone that looks at this as to restrict come to the conclusion that there is a central intelligence one intelligence. That's calling the shots here. So. And in his guidance, and let's go back again to John. Waters is a statement yesterday outside that court and higher in Dublin. And what did he say? The mask is a symbol of terror. The Mask says I'm sick. Stay away from me. The Mask Says I. Don't want you to know who I am because I'm up to no good. The Mask says you should be afraid of me because I might in fact, you and you're GonNa you're gonNA. Get this. You're GONNA, die. It is a public act of promoting terror. And anyone that's cooperating with this anyone is cooperating with us. And I'm sorry. I don't care who they are, and what great intentions they may have dude! You're a useful idiot from Moloch. And you need to be cold, a useful idiot for Mallak because that's really what the end of the day what you are so. I UNDERSTAND WHAT CHURCH BLADE? Shop let them. Try and enforce it. You know got a thousand dollar fines six months in jail and. Parts of the UK. If you leave your house without a mask, we have mayors and County Commissioners now in Dade County Florida, telling everyone that if you have family members, come and visit you in your own home. Tell them that they must wear a mask before they can come in your house. So now pitting family member against family member now I don't know at the whole. General population is to be terrified of everyone else now. Let's make sure we get into the family now. I mean this is just this is. We keep saying this is madness. It trump! What about trump I just I. we're sitting. Everybody's trying to figure out what the heck is going on here I. Mean they've got like. You said they've got to him. I just. I. I'M GONNA try to traverse. Thank you very much for the phone. Call to hear from there in Ohio. Before we go to junk, bond may just try and give you a political reason why. Trump may be doing some of the things that he's doing. For example. Canceling yesterday yesterday canceled the Person Gop Convention in Jacksonville Florida. Favorite, some stupid, digital zoom address, and I'm GonNA give my acceptance. Speech is still going to give it, but I'll give it via. via visa I don't think he said Zoom. won't actually be there. CETERA NO MR president. No wrong, wrong wrong wrong, so here's the political. Let me let me give you the political reason why. Or, why now I think what happened yesterday? When I heard. Trump saying. And I went live. I broke in, and hardly anyone was listening yesterday after I didn't care for those of you. That were listed I played it for you. I broke in and said you guys got to hear this. That's why you should keep it tuned here that crusade all day long because we break in with news like that. what I heard. President trump say yesterday. Yesterday sounded mini like Ed Rollins is taken over his campaign. I don't even know of Ed. rollins is still alive. But if you know who Ed Rollins is this guy that is a Republican party operative for like four decades. He basically ruined Mike Huckabee's. Campaign of two thousand and eight. You Know Huckabee was on the way up. rollins comes in and makes him Mr Republican across everything is poll and data tested and then Huckabee would. Because, he stopped being Huckabee.

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7-22-20 Mike Trivisonno Show

The Mike Trivisonno Show

2:04:56 hr | 11 months ago

7-22-20 Mike Trivisonno Show

"Eleven hundred. That was on the phone this morning. To a colleague in Hong Kong. WHO's a professor there? Who's done the evidence review for the World Health? Organization on face masks, and we're of the same mind that there is no evidence that general wearing a face masks by the public who are well affects the spread of the disease in society. What matters right now of course social distancing? But in terms of the hard evidence, and what the UK government recommends, we do not recommend facemasks general wearing by the public. Right That was from late May and That was from W. H. and that was who exactly was Jonathan Van. Tam Deputy Chief Medical Officer for the United Kingdom. Yeah And the reason, the one of the main reasons that I played it. It's very short. He makes a great point in there, okay? Play it one more time in. Listen closely because there's an excellent point in there. That was on the phone this morning. to a colleague in. WHO's a professor back? Who's done the evidence review for the world? Health Organization home face masks, and we're off the same mind that there is no evidence that general wearing face masks by the public who are well affects the spread of the disease in our society. What matters right now? Of course, he's social distancing. But in terms of the hard evidence, and what the UK government recommends, we do not recommend facemasks general wearing by the public. Social distancing. Is Way more important than face masks in my opinion. And I guess the WHO's opinion also if you listen to that? Think about it for a second. Social distancing is what it's all about. If! You want to stop the spread. Of the corona virus. But let me ask. A serious question. Because I'm just as a hold. Of course. That's what am I doing? I'm just asking you a question. Pardon. I'm just asking your course. Do that's all I'm doing? Okay. Is asking a question and you can talk. That's all I'm doing. Two one six five seven eight eleven hundred. two, one, six, five, seven eight. One, one one. The social distancing. Is What we need to do. But I will ask you this. Why do we pick and choose? WHO Social Distances. I mean. The last time I checked only churches, buyers, restaurants barber shops. Nail salons. Really have to practice social distancing. Protesters, don't. Sports doesn't. I. Mean you heard today you? You don't have to wear a mask I I. Don't know if I got them all okay. If, you have any medical conditions. If. You're like a priest or a minister talking. At a church. You have any health problems. If you're eating if you're drinking or you're playing sports, I have that clip here. Again a following do not need to wear a mask. Let me just read it. Those who have medical condition or disability. Or those who are trying to communicate with someone who has a disability. second those who are actively exercising or playing sports three those who officiate at religious services, and this includes anyone who's speaking at a religious service. were amass would and impede what they're trying to do. those who are actively involved in public safety do not have to wear a mask or those who are actively eating actively eating or drinking. Yeah there, you go. So. That's all right to spread the corona virus if you play sports. Right is that what he said? Basically, yes, actually said, come on, let's let's not put them on the on a football season to come on. No I'm asking. That's not what I'm doing at Carmen I hate to break this to you. But there's more. Sports than just football. Understand. Yes I'd. I'd makes makes the audio full so okay, so that sorts a selfish thing, yes, one hundred percents. Wide there you go perfect first time in. The first time he hasn't live. His truth, yes. It's just it is just totally totally totally amazing to me. And the contradictions. The last four months. My head is spinning. Ida Conversation with somebody today in the media. and. That person agree with me also that what is frustrating I don't know about you, but for me. It is for some people it isn't. But when you don't know who to believe in what to believe, doesn't that just frustrate the hell out of you? Yes. Yes and how would you like to be president? Trump Oh! Yeah Nancy Pelosi yesterday. I took on one of the TV. Called it the trump virus. Have that. that. Comment impeached. You want to hear it. Yeah no good play it. Think with the president's comments today he recognized the mistakes that he has made by now embracing mask wearing and the recognition. This is not a hoax is a pandemic. That has gotten worse before it will get better because of his inaction, and in fact, clearly, it is the trump virus. Yes trump the virus. What a which! syfy nasty person. She just the net. How would you like to live with dot? Seriously like she drives a broom to work every day. I mean. Any flu any virus any anything like this. It has to get worse before it gets better. Think about it. Mean, how else how else to do this? Would you do gotta magic wine? You just wave it and boom. It goes away no. You know how it goes away. Over time, herd immunity vaccine, a number of people get it yeah. You remember all the news about it, okay. Oh. Yeah, northern Italy was ravaged. For the first two months that's all we heard about Italy Italy it. When is the last time you heard the word Italy? April twentieth maybe. I'm being serious. I mean I bet you. You haven't heard the word Italy in two months. Right around the end, April. Why? It's under control. No. They got it. Pretty much. Heard a museum. So like I think it was, I don't remember it was rab. Law gator Jack Windsor. Who was quoting? Somebody? Say you're either. GonNa. Get this that we had on the air. Do you remember? You're either going to get this fast, or you're going to get it slow. As a nation. Believe that may have been Jack. Look at New York. Came on with a vengeance in. Late late March Okay, so but the last month. Have you heard the word new? York No. No? What happened? They got everybody got it. You're not gonNA prevent it. It's impossible to have a human society and prevent corona virus. Even if you stay home. It's possible. Very. Was Possible, but it's very possible you could still get it. Somebody has the we've the house. Something has to be delivered to the house. Is. There's no way it. You just want a shutdown society. Just absolutely shut it down. No one goes and gets gas. No one goes and gets whiskey. No one goes. It gets cigarettes. Doan goes. It gets food. No one does anything you don't have anybody. Come to your house. You don't go anywhere. You just sit in your bedroom for the next two months and not eat. I mean you get tomatoes delivered? You could wash those tomatoes. From now to kingdom come. How do you know they don't one of those? Don't have the coronavirus on them. And the virus could live, what was it? But forty-eight hours on on produce something like that. You don't know you don't know how you can scrub the. Scrub the daylights out of your tomatoes and. Still have issue. I do every day sure. Potter up the boys. We're getting. We're getting behind here. An like sound for AAA advanced plumbing and drain whenever plumbing problems strike, AAA advanced, plumbing and drain is therefore you twenty four hours a day seven days a week. If you're on the phone line, hang on, we'll get right to you. waterlines. Toilets sinks faucets. Hot Water tanks made sanitary lying waterproofing. AAA advanced plumbing and drain locally owned company earnings the owner. It's been in his family for over seventy years. 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Five nights in Portland have been crazy I listened to I'd Louis just about every night? He got teargassed the other night. All he was doing was trying to get to his car after his show. About the guy filled in for rush. Candidate us. Yes, Ken Matthews He. He was telling a story about Reverend Jesse Jackson. Of you heard it or not. I didn't think so. This is what he was saying Reverend Jesse. Jackson I think the New York. Times wrote the article. Then when he was a waiter, he used to spit in white people soup. Oh, yeah I. Did hear that I did not know. That was Jesse Jackson. Unbelievable. Yeah I! Don't know if you have that bite or not. No know. WHO's I carol? Carol. How are you doing? Okay? You know I can't believe what's happening in this country out the mass a couple of weeks ago. The that Cuyahoga County was going mandatory mass at six in the evening in the morning I was in a local store in this woman stops when I was in other shopper. During the look and to you don't have a mask on and I turn. A mandate doesn't go into effect until six o'clock and I says at seven o'clock. You're not allowed to shoot kill or rob anybody. Who? With all these shootings and killings, you know there were. Shootings in Yesterday. And stuff, and that in Canton today to one year, old twins were shot and stuff got dry. The twins died. Whole. Countries followed apart in the worried about mass like that's the most important thing in the whole world. Carol before I let you go. What do you think about a terrorist putting a bomb in their underwear? I think that wouldn't be a good idea. If you WANNA ever have sex again. What do you think? You for the phone call? Yes, thank you, yes. would. You like to play that? Karm. What's what's label? You know what the slopes! Dry bombing underwear. On the other machine other machine. If you were an Islamic terrorists, and you're gonNA blow yourself up and kill a bunch of Americans, and your reward was seventy two virgins. which you allow them to put that bomb in your underwear. That was care, wasn't it? A Susan was. WHO's next. Mary! Mary you're in the Mary. Hi. Hello Mary. Hi How are you? Did you mentioned the? Did you play the WHO piece yesterday? With dewine, and if so did he respond to it? Second of all, are you? What do you mean the W. H.? O., the the basically earlier today. She played earlier well. Don't forget now. That was from the end of May though. you. Corona. Corona virus everything changes like two or three days. You know what I mean right right? That's what they'll tell. You where they voted. The house when they're in session. At the Capitol that they. Voted for them to not have to wear masks. When they're in session basically when it works. Really. Capital. And then. Question I. Oh, Yeah! The staff and the. House and Senate when they're in session. Voted that they do not have to wear them when they're session so when they're at work. And a certain that I have for you is. In your heart apart. Do you think this is just about a virus? Or do she'll. There's more to it. said that and I have to move your. Thank you for the phone call. I've said that right from the beginning. It's definitely a virus, but there's way way way more to this than just the virus. Will continue what your phone calls after Kyle gives you the news. Attributes three thirty four governor. My wine is announced that the entire state will be under a mandatory mask mandate Thursday at six, o'clock dewine, said though not all Ohio counties in the states already level three Cobra. Advisory Masks are needed to curb the spread and keep numbers as low as possible. A man accused of shooting a Cleveland. Policewoman Monday arraigned this morning Daryl Board and pled not guilty to his charges of attempted aggravated murder and felonious assault. He's being held five hundred thousand dollar bond. The officer was shot multiple times in her arm and back during domestic disturbance call and was released from the hospital today. Legislatures introducing a measure to repeal house bill six. This is the measure. Federal authorities say House Speaker Larry Householder in Ohio and others where bride with with sixty million dollars to push through that sense, take money to power plants managed by first energy in northeast Ohio and more than fifteen million people around the world have tested positive for covid nineteen data from Johns. Hopkins University shows a US is on the brink of four million cases since. Since the start of the pandemic you're the renews forecast from the Mr Hero, hot butter, cheese steak weather center. Here's Ollie strain. No, for the rest of your Wednesday looks like we'll see showers and storms more scattered highs in the eighties seventy overnight, partly sunny for your Thursday. There will be the chance of showers and storms were in the eighties. This report is brought to you by the podcast. Eleven hundred was on the phone this morning. To a colleague in Hong Kong WHO's a professional? Who's done the evidence review for the World Health, organization own face masks, and we're all the same mind that there is no evidence that general wearing face masks by the public who are well affects the spread of the disease in our society. What matters right now of course social distancing. But in terms of the hard evidence, what the UK government recommends, we do not recommend facemasks general wearing by the public. Just, so I could jer myself up. Could I hear Glenn Beck, police? So, we want to get rid of the police. And take guns out of the hands of law abiding citizens. That's going to work out really well. Sometimes he can really make you giggle you know. Oh the guy hysterical. Another liberal thought process. Getting rid of the police had taking guns away from law abiding citizens. That's. Here that one more time, please. That's just priceless. So, we want to get rid of the police. And take guns out of the hands of law, abiding citizens. That's GonNa work out really well. You gotTa tell. Them on one day talk to him about that on the air. Sure sure and law-abiding get. That could be the best thing I've ever heard. Email them and tell them that. I got a kick out of that police. Absolutely we will. That couple in Saint, Louis talk about law abiding citizens can I play that story on the heels of what Glenn said. Saint Louis couple facing felony weapons charges after they pointed rifles at protesters who made their way into the gated community of Attorneys Patricia Edmark mccloskey, the mccloskey's came out of their home armed after a mob of protesters broke down. And entered the private neighborhood, the protesters were marching to the home of Mayor Lyda cruising to protest racial injustice mark mccloskey says the only thing that stopped protesters from his home was the fact that he and his wife were standing there with rifles. The mccloskey's are charged with unlawful use of a weapon. So what are the? What are the the ground ball by the way Oh by the way? I know you guys. Oh, pay attention too much, but Glenn Beck had that prosecutor APP Today. I did not hear that what time was that on? During, the Glenn Beck Show. Specific time. Okay because. I could pull it. Yeah Yeah Yeah, the prosecutor. I think. I have come to the conclusion. There's a lot of people that make money off of mental health problems. Right yes! A lot of people. And I think. That the mental health organizations? Are Behind all this. I think what they're trying to do is make us all crazy. So! We have to seek mental help. Therefore their businesses will skyrocket financially. Padded will set so even the commercials we play. Make me half nuts. Okay all right. We'd play commercials to make sure you take your baby out of the car on hot days. And Take Your Narcan with you when you were doing drugs. Yes, take your now if you have to. Be Reminded to remove your child from a hot car, so your child doesn't die in the heat in the car. Number One. Should you have a child? No. And number two. Do you really think we have to tell people that? Travel unfortunately improbably once or twice a year. There's a story about some guy. So that person should go to jail for the rest of their life. Yes, if you leave your child in the car. And your child dies 'cause. You left them there that long that he's going to die from. A exposure. You go to jail. That's murder. You go to jail for the rest of your life. That's murder. I can't help if you're stupid. You go to jail for the rest of your life. Then we run commercials like set said if you do drugs, make sure you do it with somebody else. And make sure you have narcan. That's a public service. That's a PS we're running. I was at a public service. That's I believe that's a PSA that's giving people, but we're not allowed to talk about a bridge jumper. Well, that's true because we don't want to give anybody else any idea. Yeah, you don't want copycats well. If you running public service commercials to do drugs and have nar can do it with other people. You're not giving people ideas Yes, you are. Okay, she were. Thank you. Then we have a podcast with to. WanNa tell everybody how they love each other. They beat their aquarium with a baseball bat hello. Misreported. True Romance. True Romance is the podcast for anyone who loves listening to two girls. 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Never Aquarium but I had a rolling. Owned radio station. Wouldn't you be embarrassed? That's great I I wouldn't. Wouldn't you be embarrassed? I don't know what is great about it. I'm trying to figure it out other than the fact that. You'd Mouna fireplug. You'll be the first one listening I. Don't I'm, not wasting my. Standards. Now you don't know we know that's not true. That is true. No no, that's. been through so many ladies. I've got standards that they're very difficult to meet. Because they don't want any. Point there, yes. That's how you been through so many. I think it's the other way around I, think they have standards. Look! What am I said for years? Every female in my life says simply didn't appreciate my talents. Yeah, right, they they may be few, but there are some talents there. You don't want to set the talk about the to screw balls. You brought to the hill. Stop. Commercial. I thought I taught standard. Oh No, you didn't. Oh, you know. I been hundred. That was Beck this morning radio though UTA eleven hundred. Hotline, right now we have the manager of the The Pittsburgh Pirates Derek Shelton and Derek. It's it's It's it's unbelievable. Say the manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates Dirk shoveling because I. Go all the way back with you when you were the hitting coach for the Cleveland Indians. that. How many years ago was that there? That would've then I think my first year. There was oh five, so we're talking fifteen sixteen years ago long time. I had. Back then. Yeah. I my program director. Ray Davis text me last night. He goes. You got to see Derek. He's got gray hair now. Yeah, that's funny. I got gray hair. My wife's there blonde now. She used to be black headed now. She's blonde. It's crazy you never know. Tell Alson we set a low allison was on this show with me for years, and she did a fantastic job. And then you add a screw everything up by Marian her. Yeah I I I apologize for that she she reminds me of that all the that I that I screwed it up by by taking her off the air, so Yeah Chevy. She loves her time with you. She loves going back and forth through the I think now. She would like it even more because she gets older. She's even more opinionated so. All boy they sheltie. No offense but with Alli. Out Kick your coverage. My friend Oh my God it's not even close. Why why do you think I tried to get her off the air in and get her down to Florida Yeah I am very aware of that. Talking with the manager, the Pittsburgh Pirates Dirk Sheldon. Indians play the pirates tonight Derek. First year as as manager, the pirates and A sixty game schedule the corona virus, no fans Are you ready for all this? Yeah I. Don't know if anybody's ready for I think if anything you know we've learned a lot during this time. It's definitely made me you know look at myself as a person and a leader going forward and I think we're excited about it, you know we have a young team here in Pittsburgh and. I think we're ready for the sprint. It's not GonNa be as you and I talked about for many years. It's not gonna be that long season where things happen, and you can bounce back. It's it's GONNA be different. Atmospheres can be. Different atmosphere because of band, and then a different atmosphere, because games are much more meaningful. Derek, can you give us some idea without going into complete detail what you say and what you did say to your players about the corona virus in the sixty game schedule I mean. Is there any of pep? Talk there any type of rules there. I mean what what did you say to the players there? There's a lot of protocol that goes in place for Major League Baseball but the one message that we had with our group is trust yourself really don't trust anybody else because you don't know. The decisions and other people are making, and then the other thing is regardless of what your beliefs are on the virus on what's going on in the world, respect your teammates, and you know not only respect teammates, but respect your teammates and their wives, and their children and their family, because we're in this little bubble and we don't want to expose other people are put people at risk so the major message was you know trust yourselves, and then respect each other accordingly. Derek, I still can't believe at fifteen years ago. We met that I mean that is. I mean. Where did those fifteen years go? I don't know it. You said I mean I'm dray, hair and old. Then It seems crazy I. mean that's a lot of. Its lettuce from meeting in winter haven doing. Doing the radio shows and I mean the as you reference. Alley worked for you on that. That's where Allie night on your show. And Winter Haven, when it was you and the Big Daddy, and Ratto and we're sitting at the beef, O, Brady's and winter haven It's been a fun years I've been cleared. One I'VE BEEN IN TAMPA TORONTO MINNESOTA now. Pittsburgh, so been very fortunate with the people I've been around in the people I've gotten to make. Fi Ad and I. Don't think that I didn't notice it before Brady's. When we had you on the air, you given a googly eyes. Now don't think I. Did notice that you know? Why would I not give me I? mean. You've seen my wife I mean. Derek. That story difference she started. I was rude or on the air. I don't think I. You know that Rudy like. That route. Derek if I may. You got one of the best kept secrets in your own Dugout, and I became a fan of his when he was a vandy of Brian Reynolds. I mean this is a kid. That's compact short through the zone. He's got to be a nightmare to pitch to. How good can this kid be? I, think that's a really good point I think Brian Reynolds is one of those guys in the game that no one knows about outside of Pittsburgh, and in the next three or four years. Everyone's GonNa know about because of the fact that he hits from both sides to your point, it's really compact. It's really short, always good swings. He's never off balanced and you know I think it's like some of. Of those guys, we had in Cleveland back in back. In the late, two thousands were because we were in the smaller market. People didn't know about until we played played in the playoffs and play later in the year but Brian Reynolds is going to be a guy that people are going to talk about. is one of the elite hitters. The game as we move forward and he's got a great glove. Does I, mean he's an all around player I mean he's only in his second year and came up last year in stabilizing. If you spent any time around him, you know I, say this that he has no heartbeat and I mean that in a good way. He's the consistent the the same every day, and now guys like that have a tendency to to really be able to maintain not only their swing, but their emotions during a major league season. Derek Shelton we gotta go here but a lot this year. And and and I will be doing a great job with the pirates. You deserve it. You're ELVA baseball guy. I appreciate it. Thanks for having me on. Guys have a good night to eight and take it easy on the Indian spear. Yeah, okay, all right I'll. Take to hear their daycare their. Shelton manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates. How many times do the Indians play the pirates this year? While the pirates are in the NFL. So the. Let's see. They're playing ale central in central teams. Carmen, we all know where the pirates reside. That was my question Jesus God. Let me take a commercial break here. Look at the schedule. They play. We'll be back in a moment. Eleven hundred. Night a texter text in and said we played pirates six times. Is that True August? Eighteenth through the twentieth in Pittsburgh and we wrap up the season with them at home September, twenty fifth through the twenty-seven. So six children texture said we played them six times right? That's six games six games. Full numbers are two one six five seven eight eleven hundred. To one six, five, seventy, one, one one one I mean I i. mean I cannot believe the Derek Shelton the first time I met him was two thousand and five at winter haven when he was the hitting coach for the Cleveland Indians fifteen years because. That seems like yesterday. Yes, anybody. That's spend listening to this show for any time. Allison used to be was on me for years I think she was. I don't know. Five six seven years something like that. And then she married Derek and They went off and a family together. In Tampa Florida So I cannot believe that was fifteen years ago. If you want to know how old I was when you met him. Eleven. What have we are probably among his biggest backers and supporters and cheerleaders the in this country, it is so great for him to finally get that big break and wish the sooner sooner or later. I knew he was going to get the break because he's a little baseball guy. Yeah! He's He's Al of a baseball guy. Kyle want to change the subject before we go into news very quickly and ask you a question tour. If. Mandating wearing masks is so important to the state of Ohio. Why did governor do I need a press conference to announce it? because it's been rumored three days ago. and. He's not starting tomorrow night. that he was going to do this. Why didn't he just put out the mandate and wait for the press conference? If it was so important, why did you wait three days? I guess probably the feeling would be to any mentioned to kind of tinting towards that over the weekend with my parents as he made it even talking with us a few times on on. A little bit year. They kind of seem like he was trying to get people ready for this announcement is kind of his thing, and of course he does the day after usually to Kinda. Give people okay. This is your last day. That can help you if you don't have a mascow yet. One that kind of thing so I kinda get the reason why he he kind of 'cause he knew probably like you said the beginning of this week. I'M GONNA. Make this mandate. Either Tuesday Wednesday Thursday whenever I'm going on, so he kind of started lean towards any mentioned anything on Sunday to. About, you know, there's going to be more mandates that come down and all that stuff and even though. The, thing last Thursday as well that you know, now's not the time for mandates, but they could be coming that kind of thing. It seems like you. Kinda was leading us towards this road, so so if masks save lives. How many lives he waiting three days for a president. Yeah, there's a whole lot of spread between press conferences. Just Barry just that. Maybe that's Jack. Windsor question he could ask. Because, that's how phony this whole thing is and I'm not saying the corona viruses phony. This is how ridiculous this man had wait to do. A press conference to announce the state mandate the wear masks, and if masks save lives like he said well, then, how many did he cost in the last three days waiting? The add to do was three days ago. put it out in the media statewide mandate mass. In the whole state. If it was so important, he should have done three days ago. Not Wait for a press conference and show business. This is what aggravates. If. I was truly the leader in truly concerned about people. You think I'd wait. Three days of mass were so important and save lives. Wait for my press conference to announce that you're going to wear masks. I would have done that three days ago through the media. He's expected to other. He's expected to have another news conference tomorrow at two and I'll talk to Jack and see if we can arm them that question. Why did you wait? Be? You're going to sound like you're attacking a, but that's a legitimate question. Shirt is if masks save lives. Why did you wait three days? You mentioned the press conference to announce that you mentioned something to during his presser at the beginning that he had taught to all the health department's finally got everyone on the phone as far as one hundred thirteen center, seventy dead in the state and I think that's one of the reasons why he was waiting. He wanted to get kind of the okay from every single health department. Like yes, we will try to enforce. Enforce this again I'm just I'm I'm shooting in the dark here. I think the reason to Kyle. He doesn't need the health of no, but I'm sure I'm sure you want you know some sort of like. Yes, we will. We're all onboard with. This obviously doesn't need Carmen. You're exactly right, but I mean I still feel you probably want some sort of camaraderie there where he include them in it and says hey. Everyone on what we're doing this because I think I'm going to do. It just seems like that's kind of maybe what his mindset is the. Well the other thing, too. And maybe there's a legal person listening, but you don't have to wear a mask if you have a health problem, so the health department can't enforce that, nor can they ask you what your health problem is because they hip loss. So how they going to enforce wearing a mask all you have to say I have a health problem. You got him out of technically. They can't ask you what what type. They can't ask you what the problem is. So there you go. That's possible way around it for you know for folks. We'll see what happens. So there's no way I mean. He said that in his press conference today. About hip loss. So I. Don't know let's let's let the way behind Kyle with the news. Then we'll take your phone calls. Thank you trip? It's four zero nine governor Mike. Dewine says as of six PM on Thursday. Everyone in the state should be wearing a facial covering tomorrow at six o'clock tomorrow night our mask order. for people who are out in public will be extended throughout the state of Ohio Governor says our allowances for people with medical conditions and very young children, the governor adding goal. Goal is to get the spread of covid nineteen under control now to determine how things look in the fall Robert. Redfield director of the CDC has one simple message to Americans and ohioans concerning covid nineteen, if I have one message for the American public. We are not defenseless against this virus. We have powerful weapons long before we'll have a vaccine right and that weapon is really a face covering. Technically sophisticated just as simple face covered talk to our bill wells this morning. Redfield added is biggest concern in taking the CDC job was an upper respiratory pandemic, and that's over twenty thousand workers. They are doing everything in their power to work to slow the spread. The meantime more than fifteen million people around the world have tested positive for the coronavirus data from Johns Hopkins University shows. The US is on the brink of. Of four million cases since the start of the pandemic yesterday over one thousand Americans died in a day for the first time in week, says the toll now sits in over one, hundred, forty, two, thousand dead. The respiratory illness has killed more than six hundred eighteen thousand people worldwide, the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony. FAUCI says Kobe nineteen may never go away. I think with a combination of good public health measures. Measures, a degree of global herd, immunity and a good vaccine. When you put all three of those together, I think we will get very good control of this new SPO- Getty Alliance event this morning. Saying officials may be able to control the virus, but it's here to stay long after we're gone. Bounty says the increase in cases banned for public health, but it's helping researchers develop a vaccine and Delta Airlines and it's improved. Improved health and safety measures will ensure safe lying during the covid nineteen pandemic CEO at Bash in told the today show. The company has added a strict mask mandate for customers, health screenings, and de cleaning protocols on Wall Street the Dow currently up point six percent. That's one hundred and sixty five points, the Nasdaq up point two percent. That's twenty five points and five hundred up nearly point six percent. That's about sixteen points. Sports outfielder Mookie, Betts and the team close to finalizing a thirteen year deal where three hundred eighty million bucks, the twenty-seven-year-old back expected to earn twenty seven million. This season is a former American league. Most Valuable Player is a member of the Boston Red Sox and the tribe and pirates capping their three-game exhibition slate in Pittsburgh Tonight Indians open the season Friday night against the royals at progressive field, the home of the Indians and Cavaliers Carmen Angelov Newsradio W. t. a. m. eleven hundred. Get traffic and weather together and mornings and afternoons eleven hundred. As the Best Glenn Beck said this morning. Right here and wd eleven hundred. You can hear him every morning. And WTI weekday mornings and that's exactly what the Liberals are trying to do. Exactly get get rid of the police. And take guns from the. Law abiding citizens is protected the constitution truth. just the. Matter Anymore. You think you'll see knows anything about the constitution. No. No hold on hold on. I am told this is garbage disposal. I've never seen a garbage disposal I never had one in any place I've ever lived. It is terrifying. I don't know what to use it for more. Purposes. Like food scraps like is this. Environmentally sound I don't know. Somebody text in in I'm pretty sure this is not true because we've addressed this already. if, you're a C. C, W holder, and you wear a mask gets a felony, and you would lose your license no. even though you're a C. conceal and carry You can still wear them, ask. You can't commit a crime, but you can wear masks with your gun. Sounds a little weird. But I'm I'm pretty sure it's a ninety nine percent accurate information. They gave out there now. You're going to wear a mask into a bank to who would have ever thought that would be acceptable. Speaking of Banks Sherve. Give you an update because my wife works at a bank. It's been five weeks now that she's ordered coins and has at zero deliveries. Zero I've been five I've I've heard about the coin shortage I have no idea why there would be a coin shortage. It's part of the master plan probably have. To. Eliminate all currency. Who knows. Read the top text. I have didn't eat masks April may June. July. No, no well the one. It moved already the one where my wife works at the clinic says. Tread. My wife works at the Cleveland Clinic. She heard at work that nurses at Marymount hospital or getting sick wearing cloth masks. They were protocol. The mandate cloth masks as you enter the buildings then paper while in the building so cloth masks do make you sick. And we have that sound bite from Jonathan van Tam out of the UK. He's deputy medical officer there. Seth I mean that's a perfect. Follow up to that tax. If you can fire that I was on the phone this morning, to a colleague in Hong Kong WHO's a professional? Who's done the evidence review for the world? Health Organization own face masks, and we're of the same mind that there is no evidence that general wearing face masks by the public who are well affects the spread of the disease in our society. What matters right now, of course, he's social distancing. But in terms of the hard evidence from the UK, government recommends, we do not recommend facemask general wearing by the public. and. This is how frustrated I. We went along in the last segment. I Apologize. If you're on the phone lines, hang on. Here's a big John Eleven hundred that was great by Glenn Beck today I got a kick out of that when he said that. WHO's next John. John You're near John? Hatred, thanks for taking my call, but. Yeah, so they switch yesterday around twelve and one. o'clock the mandate came in from the clinic. They sent emails out. That employees were no longer while to wear cloth masks. You can enter the building in a cloth masks, but you cannot wear the cloth masks throughout the clinic. You have to switch to the paper search mask. Why patients are still I, have nobody has any idea that there wasn't any explanation for. The clinic has kind of like a a blog type thing for all employees, and they announced it, and there was all the comments were from nurses. I'll touch with employees asking why people handing out the mass. This morning had no idea why it seemed rather arbitrary, but. They all employees now you're a patient or somebody visiting someone there. You can still wear cloth masks walking around the planet. All employees are mandated now to. Where the paper surgical masks! Well I don't want to put any words in the clinics mouth, but obviously cloth masks don't work. That's why they're handing out the paper masks I guess something has to be. Something has to be on wild. They do this unless I got. A warehouse full of paper massive. They gotta get rid of which doesn't make any sense, so they have to be doing something. Yeah all right. Thank you very much for that information I mean we? We have been light do. This and we're GONNA continue being lied to I. Don't ask me why I miss that but. the the droplets from the virus are so small masks does not protect you. Or protect anybody else okay. that is pretty much a medical fact that I have read now. Does it cut it down a little bit? Yes? Does it protect. Your is no. but Doesn't protect you or the other person. Because of the droplets being. What do they call? Mike Grants Mike Graham's. Yes, point one. They're so small. they go right through a mask. Even an n ninety five mask, even though that protects you at about ninety percent rate, the and ninety five masks, but how many people are going to have an end ninety five mask? Of all the people I've seen wearing masks, I do not see ninety five masks out there, and Trivia regarding the cloth masks. See you take Bandanna and use as a mask. Wouldn't you think as far as effectiveness that is better than one of those surgical masks I've got to surgical masks in my car. And BANDANNA is thicker would think of cloth masks of some sort would be better. We just got another text. I work at the Cleveland Clinic. And office building. We were told you must wear surgical masks going forward. We've got corroborate. Masks might be spreading the disease or added that stopping. Who knows I mean I? Don't even think the medical people know that, and then the way the people contaminate their own masks. And then people bring a mass calm and they reuse it. They hang it in their house or from their mirror and their car, and it's full of germs and it's I i. don't know I I. Again this is what I discussion I had with immediate person today. I'm just so frustrated because I don't know who to believe what to believe when the believes something. The misinformation, the changing of information I mean it's just. I've never seen anything like this I never have. Sold things that dream. I want to say nightmare. It's nightmarish to a degree as well, but this is a dream. It's so surreal. I mean I I I. Don't know Dream Nightmare. I I don't know what word you WANNA. Put on this, but this is. This is unbelievable. This is That that crazy show years ago, we played music from periodically to set forgot about playing anymore. Was a twilight zone. This is better than the twilight zone. Better than the twilight zone. The twilight zone couldn't make this up. They, really couldn't. Carried it. Just it. It's just one day after another of of. Misinformation or changing information which makes me believe it's misinformation. Well. Yes the greatest misinformation throughout all of this was January fourteenth with the World Health Organization trip where it was stated by that organization. That there's no human to human transmission. Things. It's absolutely crazy. Then, how would you get it exactly? Exactly. And I mean we have. The best part of the not the best part that's the wrong choice of words, but the craziest part of this is. You could have the corona virus and not have the corona virus. That one. That's true. Jabari Parker. Are you going to have it, but not have it. You have not one single symptom. I mean that's like saying. Good. Have a cough, but you're not coughing. You, also the diarrhea correlation as well. Well then I do I have a cough. I mean you can. Literally they'll tell you, and then there's nobody that will tell you if you get the corona virus. Can you get it again? That's the million dollar question. We don't know and we've asked several people and we've never gotten a definitive answer. You know we always. Go. They don't know those answers, but they know a mask is going to protect you and the other person. How do they know that? We when I'm Mike Grand could go right through a mask. It's so tiny, yeah! The Corona viruses point one two five microns, and the with of a human hair is apparently seventy five microns, so that gives you an idea of how small this virus is. As nickname. And then amass. Don't doesn't protect your eyes. Dan We found out what about six weeks and oh? Yes, you could possibly get it through your eyes. Will you get any? Airborne sickness through your eyes, but I mean initially. They wanted they wanted our knows They were concerned about ingestion through the nose and mouth. Well, they were concerned about spreading it through the nose and mouth. Yes. Hey you're you're putting misinformation. Why I mean, we really didn't hear anything about. The, reason, the reason you wear a mask is so you don't spread it when you sneeze or cough or talk on one hundred percent correct. Okay. That's what I'm trying to tell you. You're saying just the opposite. You can't but if it's airborne, you could still get it in your eyes. So, the mask isn't to protect you. It's to protect. Other people is what they say. So then, who does the vaccine protect? Vaccine protects us. It protects me. It protects you. Well. It doesn't protect the other person. Who? Ultimately yes. See. That's not that that that's where I'm confused, so I get a vaccine. I can't get the corona virus. That's the whole. So, our night protected you just you are. If you're not infected, you're not going to infect others. So if I get the vaccine then I cannot get the corona virus. Yes, do I care if you get it or don't get it then. Because I can't get it. Right in my part we're all safe. People that aren't GonNa get the vaccine. Can spread the corona virus and other people that aren't going to get the vaccine. You're sir. So maybe we should have vaccine neighborhoods and I'm vaccine. Neighborhoods Segregate by vaccine. Vaccine Bars and UNE vaccine bars. To get into a bar. A beauty shop. A Nail Salon. A box store restaurant. You'RE GONNA. Have to show your vaccine card you days coming. Who knows who and then you know what's going to happen? The scammers are GonNa Make Phoney Vaccine Cards. The did you can Pi- without getting the vaccine? Oh yeah well. To your point regarding that I mean you recall Dr Amy acted and we can't find. This clip will never find it, but she said in an ideal world. We'd all be walking around with immunity cards. Right. Well. Wouldn't that be a vaccine card? Would? Here's Kyle to news. Tributes of it's four thirty six governor. Mike Dewine has made it official beginning tomorrow evening at six PM. The entire state of Ohio will be under a mask mandate, everyone ages ten and up, and who don't have a medical condition are required to wear a face covering indoors in public or outdoors. When social distancing is impossible, governor do I putting a travel advisory in place in Ohio it will require. Require residents of nine states as well as Puerto Rico to quarantine for fourteen days after coming to the Buckeye state also applies to Ohio who visit those areas and then return home. You can find a list of the states on the list of at W.. A. Corona Virus Dot Ohio Dot. Gov President Trump is ordering federal agents to several cities to help curb what he describes as out of. Of Control Violence Today. You said he was sending a combination of agents from the F. B. I. D., A. and AF T to Chicago in Albuquerque New Mexico in an appears European. Researchers have created the world's first uncuttable material. It's known as protease and has made of aluminum and ceramics, so it's lighter than steel and stronger than a diamond experts in England and Germany could use the material to develop. Develop Light Armor armored vehicles, protective equipment locks and more your three newsworthy asked rumney universal windows direct weather center. 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Go down in this corruption scheme, or just be householder in the four would have you heard? So based on what I heard during the presser yesterday with the US attorney in the United States Southern District, there in Cincinnati as well as a special agent. It's an ongoing investigation and there are they named twenty one people say that may have received money from what they call team householder. And it implicated that those twenty one then turned around, and voted householder speaker of the house, and that had a lot to do with passage of House bill six, and you know so on and so forth what I later learned is that there? There may be a twenty six that are somewhat linked, and that doesn't mean that there's going to be an indictment, or charges I think they're just looking well into the matter of each of those and you know yesterday. We heard a lot about the Republican Party, but I'M GONNA dive in on the number of people that voted for the speaker on on the democratic side as well. it looks like there may have been about twenty six there that voted so it would be interesting if that net gets cast that widely to include those on the on the left side of the aisle as well as those right, but yes, I expect there to be more arrests and And indictments coming down the pike. Jack, for the State of Ohio how is this going to affect the state politically in your opinion I will it. Well, first of all I think what it does. Is it just shakes us to the core again? Right I mean my gosh. What else do we need in twenty twenty locusts frogs. You know it's it's unbelievable. It just makes you go all right. What in Hades is going on in? Who can I trust and I think it does I think it has just a collective fall out there? It certainly doesn't look good for Republicans right now. Even if many of them are cleared although I think again, they're going to be some Democrats that get implicated You know. He had this really tough situation. Where you know, there's an election upcoming, and it would appear that some of the funds that would have been available to assist the. Folks in their campaign or campaigns. That's probably been seized so you know. The county parties want to replace someone and put someone else in that place in their stead to run, then they're going to have to re raise money, and you obviously can't knock doors in this environment because social distancing and whatnot so yeah, it's GonNa. It's GonNa. Create a really wonky election cycle. That's for sure the optics on it right now. Don't look for Republicans, but we'll see what the next day or two brands. Is this part of the draining of the swamp as they? The president would say. Well. You know when I listen to The gentlemen the US Attorney yesterday. I originally heard that it might have been a two year investigation. He said that it was a little over a year. It seems to me that. Yes. There was some sort of knowledge about corruption, but What we also heard yesterday, and then the governor kind of alluded to today, and then backtrack and so I, don't know for sure, but is that somebody? There was a whistle blower somewhere and Yeah, it. It seems to be I mean these are allegations I want to be extremely careful because you know we've seen. We've seen this movie before. Even on the federal level what where somebody gets. They get thrown in jail six months later. They're exonerated so but yeah, it certainly feels that way and I thought it was interesting because the question was asked by somebody in the media yesterday of the US Attorney and he made sure to say well no I was actually appointed by president trump and he was i. think back in our. Might have been October last year I think. Jack, this isn't the first time that POW speaker householder has been in the crosshairs of an investigation. You're correct I want to say and this is just totally off the top of my head circa two, thousand, three, two, thousand, four four. Yeah, there were you know there were rumors their investigations and I don't think that anything came back but you know there's there's been smoke before for sure whether or not there was fire I don't know. Jack I don't want to embarrass you. But when I was young I used to be a snitch. A think stuff like that now it's a whistle blower again. When I was young, whistle blower meant something completely different than it means today. Awards change. Talking about officials right refereed football. Hey. Go Windsor rest perfect. Way To get out of that one How how did? What did you take out of today's press conference with the governor? Well I was actually I was able to ask a question number two today, so that was refreshing. Usually on, you know pretty low and totem pole. So I was able to get a question in and. The answer really. Showed me where the administration continues to go, and then the big thing obviously was this date like mass mandates, those are the two biggest things We can talk if you want. And then the third thing I was actually pleasantly surprised, have to go back and nature I heard it correctly, but I raised a about the ICU indicator on this new health system, warning system and how eighty. Eighty percent capacity doesn't tell us anything about Cova. Well, the governor did say that they're going to amend that. And for that indicator to be triggered, the hospital or the facility would be at eighty above eighty percent. Icu Utilization which I still really don't like but then also above twenty percent Cova. Gillis, so that's that's that was close. That was one of the process for me today. You know what my problem was with today's press conference if masks are so important and they save lives. We knew about this announcement three days ago. Why did he have to wait for face time with a press conference? Why didn't he just mandate mass three days ago? If it's so important, Jack? You know that raises a really good question. Because you know, we've seen that before with orders, right, they'll issue orders in the you know. The the late late night hours in posted to the site, so yeah, why wouldn't why wouldn't they have just released if it were not important I don't think it is a you know. This is dangerous territory for me because I don't WanNa, be a detractor. detractor of the governor I want to be the secret of the truth, and so, but to me it feels a lot like political posturing. If you heard today, he said. You know we've already seen that. People are wearing more masks and we don't have problems in our hospitals, and this is you know maybe starting to Plateau, which by the way we don't have problems hospitals at all and it's. kind ago, but. He's putting himself in this position where. Two three four weeks from now. He's GonNa go velocity. Mandated masks, and and look is numbers, and so it feels a lot to me like you know, it's a Cya type of thing or that. That turned into. He's GonNa. Go well. Listen I got out of the gate early got a handle on this, and we flatten the curve and you know at the end I ended up the more people from no really ugly hospital stays and deaths down. That's what it feels like to me. on the masking thing, but the interesting part is. He did also talk about the exemptions, and there are a lot of exemptions And know one would be anyone. That's ten years of age or below ten years of age infants. Medical conditions and disabilities communicating with someone with a disability actively exercising officiates and religious services, and those actively involved in public safety, and if you're eating or drinking, so those are all the exemptions and he did say if you see somebody out, and they don't have masks on me to assume that they have a medical condition so I think it gives out to the people who go i. don't care what you tell me unless she staple this thing that might face I'm not gonNA wear I think. He gave him out to those people today Jack. And when I heard Jack would hippo laws how you going to enforce wearing a mask? Because what hippo laws you don't have to reveal your sickness. All you have to do is say you have one, and then I correct in saying that also. That that seems to ring true to me is where it gets a little, if so, if not in public, let's see I'm going to go out and in Delaware tonight and I'm going to walk around and go to a restaurant with my daughter. You know we're on the sidewalk. Yes, that applies. You can't really ask me now if I go into private establishment. And, they say you need a mask. And I say well, but I have a health condition. They can say that's fine, but we still require a mask. They're going to win that one I think in. So you know it. Kinda comes down to do I. WanNa patronize this restaurant for not and I will tell you I've walked I walked out of the restaurant yesterday for that reason so I? Don't know if you heard Jack I. Don't know if you've heard but the Cleveland Clinic now is told their employees that they have to wear surgical masks, not cloth masks anymore. Land. Wow. You know I. It's been a while since I dove into the advocacy in the safety of masks, the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons came out with for really nice piece a couple of maybe a month ago that they dove into seventeen different studies, and they reviewed a lot of the material. And they indicated that mass mask wearing is not safe, and it can actually be harmful and the ninety five th. You know if it's not worn properly. In worn for a great length of time that seems to me that it could cause some significant health issues I mean. I don't WANNA trap. My my my sheer terror, my you know carbon dioxide, and breathe it back in and read it back. Read it back, that's. Interesting. Yeah Yeah. You had a question Grammar Yeah Jack. The governor did say the rates of increases in counties under the red level has slowed, and he said obviously that's promising now when you look at say, Crawford and Laser Clermont Allen counties, where the cases I don't Wanna say or minimal, but They've slowed a big time the narrative of mandating this mask through all eight counties. It doesn't make sense. It surely doesn't make sense from so many different angles, and I could talk an hour about this It doesn't make sense and I think that's one of the biggest disconnects to train this new advisory system, and then just looking at the raw numbers, so they stood this advisory system. It seems to me in order to justify things like mandating masks I will post something later tonight. And talk about it, you know. Maybe we can talk about it on another show. How each of these seven indicators on the map, they can actually be triggered without. They're really being an active infection. So then they said that last week. This is an early warning. Signs thing well. We're kind of sheltering. For a tornado that might happen in January, and it doesn't make sense and particularly in areas where I'm not going to be around a lot of people or I mean the jury has come back on this. If I'm passing somebody in Kroger or you know if we have less than fifteen minutes of contact, you know and are more than six feet away. It doesn't it, doesn't you? Don't need it, and even even in situations where you're in close contact. Look, there's a there's a lot of literature that debunks the advocacy of of of masks worn by surgeons. Even so, is it stopping the spread I don't know. Is it a liability cover? Maybe but it certainly doesn't make sense in counties where there's not an of spread now. It doesn't and that by the way. I'm not a constitutional lawyer, but doesn't that kind of go under the umbrella of equal justice under the law. Like why am I being charged or assumed to have to do this? When the facts of my case, entirely different than the facts of the case of a large city that has a lot of people on top of each other, you know what I mean I believe Clare County head, four hundred eighty cases and seven deaths since the start or the outbreak of the pandemic. A Jack before we let you go. HOW DID THAT NEW YORK? Times article workout. Well interestingly the the gentleman who wrote it out. You may remember me saying this is also the gentlemen who wrote the that released the steele dossier which incorrectly. Assumed that the president was getting help from Russian operatives, so that guy for whatever reason decided he to come from Manhattan? Central Ohio to talk with me and You know their opinion editor. Resigned last week and talked about how it's a basically a bullying organization that targets people and goes after him. Tucker Carlson called them out. Just the other day and I believe Liberty University is suing them for millions of dollars right now for a fake Kovic story, so if you take all of those things, you know collectively. That's about how the articles written. And it was what I expected it and it shows me journalism is. Not Alive and well in some parts particularly at the New York pants. They Jack as long as they. Go ahead. No ads going to say Jack I. Don't know how old yard but did you ever think media would get to this point in your life? You know I did. and. That's kind of a trick question. That's that's not a wise. Wise answer on my part. It's a great question on your part. I Don. I don't have a TV I stopped watching TV minus you know the sporting events. You know that several years ago because they call it programming for a reason and I saw a really big shift Gosh probably fifteen years ago and the way that programming was delivered, and what was delivered and particularly newspapers I mean it. It just became a shock jock kind of thing with CNN MSNBC, and even sometimes Fox News, and you look at it, and if I watch program in my blood, pressure goes up and you know we're not in the middle of a crisis. Something's wrong and they've sensationalized the distribution of information and I. think that's you know that's part of the challenge here. People don't know what to believe because things have been so sensationalized for so long, and then you get you know. Get newspapers like the one that you just mentioned and they clearly clearly fabricated at peace on people. I didn't think it would get into our. People are texting in Jack. We gotta go here, but people are texting in saying. Why are you people so angry about masks well I'm GonNa, give you a little prediction jack. Windsor and you could write this one down and do the story on this one, and you don't even have to credit me because it's going to happen when the vaccine comes out. Watch and see it's going to be mandated mandatory that you take that vaccine. The same people that are pro mask right now are a lot of them that all a lot of are going to bitch and they're not gonNA. Make Me Take Anything Watch and see Jack Trust me on that one. I agree one hundred percent and yet absolutely the same people involved in in contact tracing at the same people who are going to put money in their wallets when people are forced to take back to joe absolutely right I agree with you. Jack will talk again soon. Thank you very much the phone call. Thank thank you. Thank you both God. Bless you take care take. Jack Windsor W. M. F., D. Television in Mansfield Gay does a great job and asking questions and doing research. He does a fantastic job. Hey I'm lecture recital for Trips Restaurant in strong will open for lunch open for dinner. Right across the southpark. Mall on route eighty two. Great launches great dinners Great Patio. You WanNa, eat outdoors, you can eat on the patio column make reservations. Algata Lounge, live entertainment got a buyer of a front dining room back dining room. Social distancing is being practiced at yours restaurant in strong, and the food is fantastic, and you can get it to to if you want. TRIPS restaurant in strong. They do a fantastic job. Here's Kyle with the news. It's five O.. Four Governor Mike DeWine ordering a statewide mask mandates. The jury is back the verdict. Mass Work, and particularly when masks you is with the social distancing the two layers, Dr. acting used to talk about the the Swiss cheese, a couple of those layers on their makes a huge huge difference, said you, order will take effect tomorrow evening at six or require face coverings worn at all indoor public places and outdoors, when social distancing is impossible more than fifteen hundred new covid, nineteen cases were added to. To the statewide total since Tuesday today, also bringing these state totals over seventy, eight, thousand, seven, hundred, the director of the CDC Robert Redfield to talk with our bill wills today about his biggest fear, when he took over that position that said then, and they've continued to say that it was a respiratory pandemic and of my team in China, and the called me over New Year's and let me know we had twenty. Twenty seven cases of an on specified pneumonia that was causing deaths on China immediately I became alerted that this could be a very significant event. Redfield also saying we're not weaponless against COVID, nineteen are weapon until there is a vaccine or face coverings, the forty two year old. Cleveland accused of shooting a Cleveland Policewoman. Multiple Times Monday morning is facing a slew of charges Cleveland Court Records Show Daryl, borden was charged with. With two counts of attempted aggravated murder and two counts of felonious assault on Tuesday, according to Cleveland Police Chief Calvin Williams to police officers were called to an east Cleveland residents because of a domestic disturbance when they arrived the entered the residents to speak to the suspect who opened fire on them. The officer was rushed to the hospital and Williams said that the officer was stable as she recovered in the hospital. I'm Julie Holiday W. T. A. M. News. President trump, two point federal agents to more American cities to combat violence. We'll work every single day to restore public safety protect our nation's children and bring violent perpetrators to justice being at the white. House trump said there has been an explosion of violence in numerous cities. He signed a deadly violence in Chicago and argued that he has no choice but to get involved and Delta airline CEO ED BASH says they've made changes, so flying with them is safe. During the pandemic with the planes have been sanitized. We Electro statically fog every flight every seat. Every service level before every single plane takes off, and we've been steadily and and rather aggressively. Aggressively stepping up our enforcement of the mask policy on the today show bashing says they put in place de cleaning protocols, health screenings and a strict mask policy for all customers. He says he feels confident. People will be safe on their planes and a want 'em. He does want to instill renewed trust air travel on Wall Street the Dow finishing up point, six percent, one hundred sixty five points to twenty, seven, zero, zero, five, the Nasdaq finishing up to four percent that's twenty five points to ten, seventy, six, and the S. and P. Five hundred, finishing up nearly point six percent. That's about eighteen points to thirty, two seventy six now WTI. outfielder, Mookie, Betts and the team close to finalizing a thirteen year deal where three hundred eighty million bucks, the twenty-seven-year-old bats expected to earn twenty seven million. This season is a former American league. Most Valuable Player is a member of the Boston Red Sox and the tribe and pirates capping their three-game exhibition slate in Pittsburgh Tonight Indians the season. Friday night against the royals at Progressive Field I'm home of the Indian Sam Cavaliers. Carmen Angelov newsradio. Eleven hundred. Traffic and weather together mornings and afternoons. Its Nature Stone. Now got a texter. Ask a great question. I'll make comments head. Blow up on this one. So the texture, ask. Go ahead. If a mask works right yes. And you're wearing a mask. Why do I have to wear one exactly? Any Bio Aerosol is going to be trapped in the mask. I'm wearing, so you're not going to be susceptible. Anything that's coming in coming out of my body. and Amass works. You'RE NOT GONNA. Get it. Yes although you possibly could get it through your eyes. So! There's one shortfall. So. Then mass don't work. Yes and it's. It was made quite clear, Bhai. You WanNa bring it up the deputy medical officer in the United Kingdom regarding masks in conjunction with the World Health Organization. If you WANNA fire. That's up. I was on with. This morning to a colleague in Hong Kong WHO's a professional? Who's done the evidence review for the world? Health Organization own facemasks, and we're of the same mind that there is no evidence that general wearing face masks by the public who are well affects the spread of the disease in our society. What matters right now, of course, he's social distancing. But in terms of the hard evidence from the UK, government recommends we do not recommend facemask general wearing by the public. And the efficacy of masks. Okay here. You're questioning whether they work whether they won't. They don't work right now. Nineteen counties throughout the state of Ohio have that mandate or that ordered wear masks tomorrow at six o'clock every county, all eighty eight counties, people went out in public, and over going to have to wear the masks. One of the questions I, asked Jack Windsor from w. m. f.. D. TV was counties. Clermont County now again. Let it be known that any life loss because of covid is a tragedy, but in Clermont County out of seventy, eight, thousand, seven, hundred, forty two total cases in Ohio and thirty, two hundred thirty five deaths Clermont County terrip has six hundred thirty five confirmed covid, nineteen cases and eight confirmed deaths. Is they're. Just. GonNa just text in to one zero, nine five by absolute roofing. If I test negative, do I have to wear a mask? Yes. Yes! We're all wearing white. We're all wearing. It's the what if you test negative because then you get it the next day. And now you're. Mike Pence's press secretary two months ago, she tested. Every day. Well in the ideal world that would be great for all of us to be tested every day, but you know there's a testing site right by my house We're the greatest country in the world. You gotta go to a parking lot to get a corona virus test. Drive up, absolutely works. One hundred bucks. Bucks you know what I will spend that hundred dollars on a test and people may think this selfish, but I will spend that hundred dollars or make the appropriate copay if I have symptoms. And they said insurance doesn't cover it. Doesn't cover it I know somebody to stop there. Hey I'm curious. Donald four window nation. We are super excited to announce window. Nation has installed their one millionth window. Think about that. What an accomplishment! especially in what everything that went on this year. 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The liberal thinking today is just absolutely unbelievable. What's the fun police? And then let's also. Take Away your right to bear arms. Yeah. Let's. Take away your guns. Limit your guns. And defunct police, yeah, her law enforcement and trample on under constitutional rights, which well unfortunately, that's going on the last three months trip. Can I read this text to you? Yeah just got perch radio trip. This is my last text to all of you. I've loved your show. Since Ninety five metre few times I will not listen anymore because you keep putting down masks and finally finding only those who support your views unfortunately. Your views will cause a weaker economy and blood on your hands, mascot or casket by by. Wow Well. I mean I. It is what it is. I'm a firm believer It's all predetermined anyway, so I'm not going to get into that religious belief, but it's all predetermined how you're going to go and That's been set in stone a long time ago. that. That's irrelevant, but yeah, there are things you can do to protect yourself, but usually sicknesses is just bad. Luck bad timing. Being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Eating the wrong thing being around the wrong person at the wrong time at that's just how it goes. And the Corona virus in wearing a mask is not gonNA change anything. That's just the way it happens. It's whether it's airborne. Whether it surfaces I mean you don't know where you're going to get this. How you're GonNa get this, but you're probably GONNA get it. It's just like the flu. Unless they come up with a vaccine that prevents it. I mean I i. don't care what you do you you. You live the rest of your life like this because it wants to come up with a vaccine. That's what you're. GonNa to do. And you literally cannot protect yourself from every single running. You have throughout the day. Unless you're an all day, but even then you around people that did leave out on trips. Set me three o'clock hour. The most important thing here is. Not necessarily a mass, but social distancing. Supposed to me, I guess it'd be a good thing and social distance from my wife. Is that what we're GONNA do next. Social distancing is probably four hundred times more important than wearing a mask. But it's. Possible to go on with today's society and social distance forever. Are GonNa, do it. Whether it comes to schools companies how you going to do it. I mean really I mean the the health department. They're checking this. They're checking that chicken buyers nail salons restaurants. They're checking their every everything today. Check big box stores. No. DOUBT IT WHY NOT! Pay, a lot of taxes. I mean. Is there somebody to make sure to people? Don't go down the aisle at the same time and pass each other, because that's not social distancing well. I can tell you one major box store that I. Frequent often there is typically a line outside and everybody socially distanced in that line at least six feet away, their markings to keep people six feet away, and there is a security guard and a local police officer at the door, and they will allow a person, and when one person walks out, so they do a great job of social distancing in that aspect. Inside the store. That's a different. That's a different animal. I mean people are walking past each other. There's no way that. It doesn't make any sense there's. Social distance do all the right things outside, but once they get inside. You're not protecting. Yeah, there are no one way aisles well. How? Does that make well. That'd make the inside. The store makes no sense I mean. Social distancing is not practiced inside. Well. That's my point. Yeah so I. What's the difference what they're doing outside? If they're not doing it insight. That's part of my point. I mean outside. We're all socially distanced, but once inside the game on. But what's the difference now? I mean yeah. The walk inside. What do they accomplishing while nothing absolutely nothing Bingo. Are they doing side if they're not doing it inside. That's a good question. I have no answer. I don't know. Did you hear the owner of Amazon Thousands name. Yeah. You're much he made. He made thirteen billion on the stock market Monday. Thirteen billion. His net worth has gone from. The last eighteen months one, hundred, five, billion to one, hundred, seventy, three, billion off the top of my head and his ex wife, she made fourbillion. On the Stock Market So. Clear Living A. Nice to have that. Brennan somebody texted I'm done with trip to mass can hurt. Doug with me over mask I'll see ya. Don't let the door in the ASS. You take care. What are the greatest phrases that you say? Is Those mask people? And those are the same people a lot of them that when this vaccine comes out, mark my words. Okay, it's going to be mandatory. And, they'll say mass people are GonNa say I'm not taking this vaccine. You're not making me take this vaccine hypocritical. Watching C.. I mean there's a lot of them right now. There won't admit it that are listening. That are mass people that are going I'm not taking any vaccine. Not me I'm not taking a vaccine. No I'm not taken a vaccine. You know what trip I gotTA. Tell you I mean at the beginning of all this. And when we were told that we were going to have to wear masks, I was vehemently against it I. Guess I'm a hypocrite, because guess what now I'm wearing a mask at the beginning of all this. When we're talking about a vaccine, I said I'm not taking a vaccine. Well guess what now I'm going to get. The vaccine whether moderna comes up with it or some other pharmaceutical company comes up with it, so I guess I'm a hypocrite. I mean I've changed my mind. Yeah well I've said all along I would get the vaccine and you. Are you going to get the vaccine, or are you just talking about wearing a mask out there? At your big reason why I'm going to get the vaccine. Beards and long hair and stuff like that. You know Germany germ filled. That is sure. If you're a woman, just think about putting your face now in some guys, beard or long hair. Yeah very worried about wearing a mask, right? Mike you're Asana for Ryan Young. Ryan young and the young team Keller Williams. Excuse me greater metropolitan. Selling your home. You WANNA solve for top dollar. You wanted so very quickly. Call Ryan Young. He has a million different programs say you don't WanNa go through open houses and remodeling and all that you'll get cash offer for your. I then another program you sit out Ryan Young you and him. That's right. You and him agree to a price for your home. You agree UNM and a deadline. That it sold by if those two aren't many, buys it from you at the price you agree to with them. Dig about that and you can get out of the contract at any time if you're not happy with Ryan that don't happen too often. Get stopped dollar and sells homes very quickly. As buyers lined up in most markets, waiting for houses, the come up for sale column, two, one, six, three, seven, hundred, ninety, six, eighteen, to one, six, three, seven, eight, ninety, six, eighteen, or go to his website, young team dot com. Let me squeeze one phone. Call in here before we go to news. WHO's next Odell? Oh, Dow, Beckham. A couple of questions on that same thing. Oh! Yeah! So Go ahead and ask one. I used to be an instructor. Teach hazardous waste and teach respirators. That a lot of these guys under the twenty nine year barred nineteen ten eleven. o one the regulations their answer your questions about what those masks do. What a respirator does those not respirators? Respirators have parties in it and. Everything down to mold spore. It's just a piece of cloth. That's all that is. Okay. So. What's? Going to stop you from it and if didn't. That contagious. Why don't we have bio? Teachers out there? Throw the mask. Weigh in when we're done with them the. That's a great point. took. Trivia remember I was all. It's all questions I'm not thank you for. Go ahead. I'm not there yet either. Okay when I went out to the field, and I worked next, versus this is going to stop something that he says point one two, five micro in size. Hey, that's not too much smaller than that. Buses fibers swear that busters lead mold. I mean I worked at the new plans to you. Still GonNa wear a a cartridge. You Still GonNA, take those clothes off. You still go tie back. Suit on, you don't take. Home with them. So if you're out there in the store and somebody sneezes, they got you're taking moment your clothes and your hair to car to your house. Through stealing A. Steering Wheel to your door knobs to your carpeting, because most people walk into their. Shoes Yeah. Oh. I gotta go to news. Thank you for the call. Thank you for the information. Here's Kyle with the news. Thank you Dr It's five thirty three government wine is ordering a statewide mask mandate during a news conference center noon to wind said the order will take effect tomorrow evening at six o'clock get will require face coverings to be worn in all indoor public places and outdoors, when social distancing is impossible. A seven year old hospitalized after he was shot in the head in Cleveland. Cleveland police say. The child was hit by gunfire last night on Parkview Avenue. Best together say the boy may have been struck by stray bullet, knowing that have been made president trump bordering federal agents in the several cities to help curb what he describes as out of control violence. The president hinted last week that he would announce a plan to deal with the tick. Tick in violence and democratic cities today. He said he was sending a combination of agents from the F. B. I. D. A. AF. T to Chicago and Albuquerque, and if you can go to them, fans must wear face coverings. At NFL Games this season leak spokesperson Brian, McCarthy confirmed the news tweets, your three news forecast Mr hero hot butter cheese steak Senate. Here's Betsy. Betsy Kling cloudy. Skies Muggy conditions. As we head through the overnight hours, we'll pick up scattered storm. Chances to temperatures fall back into the low seventies for Thursday morning by afternoon. We'll get rid of some of the rain will have some sun peaks. Is temperatures top out in the low eighties? This report is brought to you by the National Highway Traffic Safety Eleven hundred. Greatest Things Glenn Beck as ever said truly is. Our full numbers are two one six five seven eight eleven hundred eight year about the teacher in Michigan. The got fired for posting online. Trump is our president. Are you surprised. No Really I'm not taking you to task. Yes, there's no. Would you have a professional broadcaster for? One of the basketball franchises fired because he tweeted out. Let me. Interrupt all right. Oh, I just spotted this one. I. Guarantee You. There's a lot of people that have this I got to tell my wife about this also. The FDA! Just recalled. Hand sanitizer sold at Walmart and Costco. All right well we got. We got all of them. Reading I, don't think all of them pull up the article do toxic chemicals. Computer takes forever. I think they are starting to find out that the more you use hand sanitizer. The more might not be that great for you. For a one time use not for. Every thirty seconds. FDA expanse hand sanitizer recall to at least seventy five brands across the United States. some of those sanitaire hand. SANITIZERS are sold at Walmart Costco and other national chains. As you said if. I'm trying to look for the brand names. And, those brand names are not. Being released as part of this article. Costco has recalled the bloom in hand sanitizer. They did well. They did that and May. Walmart also. took off the shelves in July. FDA listed import on a number of hand, sanitizers stop the products from entering the US including bloom, products, clar and Dan ver- instant hand sanitizer. Mo Desa instant hand sanitizer moisturizers vitamin E.. Hello Kitty by SAN REAL HAND SANITIZER and go? Hello, Kitty by SAN relance energizer in assured aloe. All for complete you have blooming and home said I do have to bottles sitting at home. What is this over here? Stuff all right? It's blue but I have two bottles of Bloomington sitting at them. We don't use them since the recall came out, we. Haven't thrown. Okay, this hand sanitizer that mister. Hotchkiss has supplied us with apparently is. Safe, it's not on the list. But again there whether saying seventy five. Complete list. You don't want to go over that complete listening to no, no, no, no! who's WHO's next John? John, you're near John. I I. I think you might have some overlap with some people you might not Going agree with, but I think that people that really alternative source of information because you said you don't trust the media, and there's a very good article called fifty facts about CI control of media. Wars by a fire professor who WHO's got a? Kick medications and the media, but because he's been exposing talk test, he lost his job in university in Boorda so I think this This Kinara that all of media's liberal wing is yes that because I in factor there. Virtually is no level a left-wing media. If you really know what left or liberal media would be like a a there. We have fifteen hundred. Big Business billionaire owned a a right wing stations run by end. People by right wing host Glenn Beck a rush, Limbaugh, all their copycats on fifteen under say she's quitting the country anywhere. You drive and none that I. Really let such as global research. Global Research Dot, ca which you say, a small very credential Greg site of four people within the walls of the shadow government to see I the Pentagon and the rest of the do that. Discuss it with lies that are being. Tolan came out, but they can only get a hearing in these little needles with a haystack a couple. Okay all right all right, okay, and going also, but yeah gotta move here. I got to get somebody else in. Thank you for the phone call. I've been radio longtime. Let me tell you a fact. The one of the reasons that left wing radio doesn't work. People don't listen to it. That's a fact. That's that's an absolute fact. They get no ratings. People listen to. Donate if there's so this, that's the thing that kills me if there's so many liberals. Wouldn't you think that left wing radio would be like? Like boom in his fires ratings go. No, it don't work that way. That's why Russian guys like get Glenn Beck. Those guys, even television CNN is like way at the bottom ratings. They get from eight to ten. I think they average about three million viewers. Fox's then won't. God knows how many viewers there but Fox's like number one. By the same way and talk radio. Left wing radio don't work. Trust me on that one. What was his next was that? Air America trip real. Quick before we get back to the phones. was that the the liberal leaning? Network years ago. And, it didn't last too long. I. Mean None of them Do. It just doesn't work. They don't get the ratings I mean. They could last for long time, but. They don't get the ratings. that. Right, wing radio gets. WHO's next Joel? Joel you're in the air? Joel Joel Joel. I'll go ahead. Sir, go ahead, go ahead. Okay, then as Y'all I'm sorry, not. Good job. Okay, okay, real quick, so I agree with you that there. There's a lot of information out there, and it's so hard to find the truth. I agree hundred percent. You could probably person you can get about nasty and good or bad. I can get someone a doctor. Whatever you just can't that they're good. You can find someone says ask. Couple coupled with yeah coupled with the fact that. Percents I'm addict like you say you have it, but don't have it. People walk around, don't even they have coupled with that and then the fact that it can affect. How affects people differently like? Gets real quick just from experience. I have an uncle nine years old, and the nursing home got it and he he went through it. He got sick, but he's okay. He got through it and I have a friend that's in his forties that he's got it. He's not hospitalized what he's very close. Because it. Really, it's really you can't read well, so that someone said on track pretty bad. It'll be get through it. So given given all that information, okay, real quick I! There's a demographic outdoor that I think people don't think about okay. I'm part of this demographic case. There's a people it's not all people in nursing homes people that are at home. They are they have free into the conditions or people? COPD people with Multiple Sclerosis there people like me that takes care of someone. That's a fairly disable okay. I'm roll the dice. And I don't have that walks you roll the dice and say okay. You know what I think. Max are doubtful, and I think. This is all blown out of proportion which I do believe after I actually do I'm on your side with that, but I only the look three to to to to believe that hundred percent so I have I. 'cause I gotTa think of her. I have to be very careful. So. This is my thing, I think there's a good I think we can both agree. That, there's a very pay small one percent chance that the masks may help. If that's the case, isn't it? Our duty as Americans to wear the math, even if we're not a hundred percent sure they're helping for this other demographic out. There wants to get out I. All I go to giant. Eagle! That's it used to go to trips restaurant. I love going on. I'm not going there now. Not It's still safe, and if I didn't have to take care of, I might be just like you saw hypocrite flight okay? I understand. We're running out of time. I understand your points. Okay, but let me ask you this question. When are you going to feel safe when somebody tells you to feel safe, because obviously, somebody told you to be scared. Good Point your point, and it will not shock me that com November that they start reporting things that are more positive about this, and it's not a scary that I make you feel safer. One hundred percent light on Sir. I feel Joe I feel a joy I gotta go. Thank you for the phone. Call I feel the same way you do. You might not. Believe that but I do I feel the same way you do, but then I say to myself. What am I gonNA? Feel safe when the same screwball. On me. Tell me. It's okay to go out now. You WanNa believe him. What are you going to feel safe? I come to the conclusion finally. I'm not I. Still Take Precautions I still do everything I can, but I'm not gonna live my life in this house. I'm not doing it. Sorry I'm not doing that. And, then you have no idea the same people that are lying to you now if they're lying, who knows I don't know? I know they changed their views and stories every couple of days. What it one day! They're gonNA. Tell you okay. It's okay to go out now and you feel. It's okay to go out, so you're going to run out. Seriously! I mean I I. Don't get it see. This is what I don't get and when I don't get it I. Tell Them Goten Yourself. I don't get it. They're scared me half to death telling me I gotTA. Do this I got to do that. Kundu here, social distance, stay home mass hand sanitizer. Wash your hands. Wash your feet without whatever. Don't go near people. Schools are bad sporting events. Don't. Okay and then so one day I'm GONNA. Turn the news on, and those people go. Okay all sorry to go out now. Everything safe. Is Big Jowitt traffic. Big Bad eleven hundred tomorrow at six o'clock tomorrow night our mask order. for people who are out in public will be extended throughout the state of Ohio so again that will be at six o'clock tomorrow night, every county in the state of Ohio. people who are out in public should in fact wear a mask. Ohio, Governor Michael Dewine putting into effect that mass quarter for all eighty eight counties, throughout the Ohio going into effect, six o'clock tomorrow a Thursday evening Carmen with you for the six o'clock hour along with Seth, as a tribe is taking his new normal our something that he's done once a week. for the past couple of weeks probably the past three weeks or so trip is working six days a week. Obviously, we do the show on Sunday morning from nine till noon. Wt Am eleven hundred so trip is getting a much deserved. Our often set the myself will be here for the six o'clock hour. If you're on the phone lines we'll get to. To you in just a second. If you want to join the show to one six, five, seven eight eleven, hundred or two, one, six, five, seven, eight, one, one one. What do you think about the order? Is it necessary especially when you look county? Say Like Clermont County where they've got a little over six hundred cases. They've got eight confirmed deaths now again. Let's stressed that death from the corona virus is tragic, but they are now mandated where masks starting at six o'clock tomorrow night. You gotta think about this way. Their counties around those counties that are spiking and have a lot of people in them and people don't just sit in one little county. Travel I understand I'm not. Geography major, but I believe Clermont County and surrounding counties or rather role, and I may be wrong. But still people travel people. Go see people go to different stores throughout the state and. I know I had some of my family going across to like Amish country that sort of thing and so. I everyone who's to say that for the past three and a half months. That hasn't been happening there. Seth I totally agree and I'm not saying I'm a fan of mass. I'm telling you that. I see what he's trying to do. I believe other than purely control is. Okay so boy, there's a dichotomy. Contradicted yourself to one six five seven hundred eleven hundred. If you want to jump onboard back to the phone lines, we go, Russ. You're on the trip. Show good evening to you Ross. Ross. taught to me Johnny Commend Rambo. Russ's gone back to the phone lines John. You're on W.. I'm the trip show go ahead John. This John Make it comment on masks in why they help not necessarily one hundred percent. Why they help as you guys were talking about earlier in your show, the virus is extremely small minute with very little mass. The droplet that attaches itself to is magnitude larger much much larger so as you sneeze, breathe cough whatever. Those droplets with the attached. Virus will be picked up one hundred percent, but it will slow it down on the other side, the person that near you breathing in through a math, it will also pick that up. An example would be. Say the virus using marshmallow lights, not much mass and the droplet it attaches itself to. Is a baseball. What can you throw farther? A baseball. So the virus being so small, and with hardly any mass is not gonNA travelers are Tanit actually can afloat in the air, absolutely, but the mask school help and those environments. Somebody's coughing sneezing or the old saying was Say it. Don't spray it. Bach and Unfortunately sometimes that way so math do help I. mean there's no question the magic of that behind that is yeah. Obviously, John, we we! We've got to look at the efficacy of masks and. We're hearing that cloth masks are not as good as surgical masks I've got a couple of surgical masks in my vehicle and I believe that if I were to take. An article of cloth say like a bad data and put it around my face that it's probably has a higher efficacy rate, then a surgical mask no. Well an easy. Is To get a match candle. Something can put it in front of you obviously do the same distance and try to breathe the same way and see if you can blow it out through that mass versus that piece of cloth. And whichever one again logic, whichever one lows it out isn't working the best, and so there's a lot of different factors. I mean W-. How hard is the person sneeze versus another person those kind of things, but the large droplets it travels the farthest, a mask or a cloth or anything. He's going to impede trauma that and on the on the receiving side. It's got. No no way. So. You know it's just. You know it just the logic behind that kind of a of a function of a mask or cloth, or anything is going to impede, and if it impedes. Five percent ten percent I have no idea what the percentage would. Cuts the risks you know ten percent than certainly I mean you're going. have us the alert segment of society. It says hey, where the mask and obviously on I thank you for the call. We gotta get the traffic here shortly, but. You also have guys like Dr, Anthony Fauci. Who? The Third Week of March I believe it was, he said no, it's there's no need to wear masks and. Six and a half weeks late or six weeks later he says okay, we we must wear masks and he shows up at a news conference with the President I believe it was in the Rose Garden and he was massed. He flip flopped. And then you have in south of you could bring this sound. Bite up! Jonathan Van Tam Easy Deputy Chief Medical Officer in Britain. This is what he had to say about masks now. This was in late May. But this is what Jonathan Van Tam had to say. This is a guy. He knows his stuff when it comes to medical. That was on the phone this morning. To a colleague in Hong Kong. Who is a professor there? Who's done the evidence review for the World Health Organization, own face masks, and we're of the same mind that there is no evidence that general wearing face masks by the public who are well affects the spread of the disease announced society. What matters right now, of course, it's social distancing. But in terms of the hard evidence, what the u! K Government recommends we do not recommend facemasks general wearing by the public. So. There you go, Jonathan Bantam this guy. He's one of the health leaders in the united. Kingdom and you just heard what he said to one six five seven eight eleven hundred. If you WanNa join the discussion, you can also drop us a tax to one zero nine five. That brought to you. By the fine folks at absolute roofing right now, let's get a check on traffic and weather point nine FM mid eighties, but feeling humid today with chance for thunderstorms. We'll see a low near seventy tonight. Partly cloudy skies, leftover thunderstorm chances possible throughout the day on Thursday temps in the low eighties. Common Angelo back on the trip. Show along with Seth were with you for the six o'clock hour trip taking a much needed that new normal our off which ship he will do as we are working on Sunday afternoon or Sunday mornings rather nine hundred nine W.. T. AM eleven hundred so trip getting a little in our two one six five seven hundred eleven hundred. If you WanNa, join the discussion back to the phone lines. We go my Man Stanley in Slavic village around the trip. Show Stanley. How are you? Hey. You guys do a great job and I love hearing all the callers. On what they're going to do about social distancing and mask wearing, but you guys also have open lands, America eight states and half Canada I'd like to see open it up to every spokesperson from age eighty and every politician on any level and just exclude. The callers the JOE SCHMOS and have every agency spokesperson and every politician opalines America, see what kind of response you get and let them have five ten minutes and get some feedback and hear what what are they thinking on all these levels with all these agencies I'd love to hear open lines. America cater to those people and. People in the medical industry medical industry public health industry politicians on local mares, superintendent of schools open it up open lines, America for those kind of people, so the listeners the community eight. Canada, let's hear what anybody out there has to say when you do open lines America. pigeonholed into that vein, and and see what kind of feedback you get and see what kind of maybe publicize it. We're going to do open lines America for just Blah Blah Blah you know maybe and maybe we'll get some more feedback from what what they're thinking on the local level agencies politicians let them all way in. Let them all have open lines America for those people those who wants to trip up. You don't want I think we can exclude the politicians, the school superintendents and strictly have on the medical people, because the politicians and the school folks, the superintendents and board of Education member members. They're basically going on the teller the info that they are getting from the people in the healthcare industry in the middle class. I think opinions may vary from superintendent. The Superintendent and they may vary from politician. A politician and those varying opinions might be intriguing. AH, again with the superintendents, though and you do make a good point. I mean they're the ones that they have the ultimate authority if and when that they resume school if they're gonNA do in late August or early September, but who's saying what what district? What community is saying what to their? Their community every community might be different. Every school district might be different, or it might be all the same, but open it up just to that or agencies, you know you might have the CDC or the local health or the Red Cross, or whoever calls in might say different things and have different concerns, people that run hospitals might say things and open your eyes and shed. New Light or put a spin on it. I don't know. Once again. Brother, great call you got buddy have a great evening to one six five seven eight eleven hundred back to the phone lines we go and Russ had earlier. Call dropped welcome to the trip show Russ. Thank take me back nine. That's a long way. Call. The most of them Question for you might be interesting. I personally don't like that here. The math but I don't mind when people wear, and there are circumstances where if I'm around old people are certainly aware one, but if the governor and the politicians are so positive. That masks are not harmful in any way you know. The government has qualified immunity. They're they're exempt from most lawsuit and damages from the citizens. And, except in extreme cases I governing wine. Respectfully if you're that five, he said the jury's out. There's no question anymore about math. And if that's the case I would love for him to just say if any citizen can prove or shows that they were harmed by these math, then they can sue the state and I would like to say well. Thank you for the Call Russ. I'm glad we were able to get you on look. He did say today. The wearing of masks is making a difference. And he spoke of the rates of increases in counties with Corona, the counties that are in the red level, he says. Those rates have slowed. They haven't plateaued, but they've slowed. And that is promising news so I, mean obviously we will we. We definitely know what his answer would be if we pose that question to him one six five seven hundred eleven hundred. If you want to jump on board back to the phones, we go and Liz Liz. You're on the trip. Show on, am eleven hundred? Yes I was losing another talk show and they said if you have difficult to can't wear a mask. there was gentleman. There is name was Patrick, but I didn't get the last name. You could Google or whatever it citizens for free speech Dot Org, and they'll this blue car with a lanyard for every and so a free one, but any other one you might want is Dollars and then the question that and they can't ask you your condition because they hit a long. And this gentleman, he went into a nursing home and the. Receptionist your mask and he showed the card and told her you're good to go. Yeah and Liz. Thank you for the call. I'm glad you brought that up. Because my colleague. On the other side of the Glass Seth has one of those cards and landlords I'm wearing it currently. Yes, you are, and you wear it every single day as I do. And what does it say? Wearing a face mask poses a serious health risk to me. Under the health insurance, portability and Accountability Act. I am not required to disclose my medical condition to you. Have exempt from any local or state regulation. Mandating, face -ment or face mask usage in public. The Americans with disabilities act provides a that organizations and businesses can be fined up to seventy five thousand dollars for the first violation and one hundred fifty thousand dollars for any subsequent violation south. You know we have to do and I'm sure trip would he's all on board with this idea? What we have to do is go to. A store say a big box retailer and. We've got to put that to the test and I. Will Facebook live that? Would be interesting to see what happens if it actually does come into play, I have yet to try to use it. Yeah, I, mean you when you go shopping. Heather goes in you. Stay out in the car, the air right, or if I run into gas station. Just put the stupid mask on but I. Do have this and I did get it and I do intend on seeing what would happen I think. Think good science experiment without a doubt after the show. Let's call trip and let's try and make that happen. Maybe not this week, but next week you and I will go out I'll facebook live it. We can walk into a big box retailer or maybe a fast food joint. Whatever you want, whatever happens to they mandated masks at your, and you could show Matt Card on that Lanyard and see what weight that has. Be Interesting to find out without a doubt. Early on in this thing you got that about a month and a half. To six five seven eight eleven back to the phones. We go Roger Your on the trip. Show getting ranch. Roger. For you to investigate my concealed carry permit expired so I went to the Lorain County Sheriff's department. And they said I have to make an appointment to get it renewed I. Don't take the earliest possible appointment. Guess what it was for five pm Saturday. April tenth, two, thousand and twenty one. Wow. Well, you guys check out what's going. We will look into that. Roger, I hear the music that means we're up against it We will be back after Kyle's news. I'm the trip show on his radio WTN.

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Election Roundtable: What Military Veterans Want In A President

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Election Roundtable: What Military Veterans Want In A President

"From NPR WB, you are Boston I'm Talker Bardy, this is on point from now until the election, we are holding a weekly series of voter roundtables to listen to Americans talk through their hopes for their country. Over the next four years. Today, we'll be hearing from veterans of the United States military. What do they want in a commander in chief? My name is Jeffrey Cornet I live in Summerville South Carolina I am seventy one years old. Vietnam. Era Veteran. In the Navy I would want a president who is highly intelligent has high moral standards and ethics names, Eric Broadbent from North Hampton Mass I was in the military in the US Navy for four years. What I learned was you need to work together with other people even though they may be very different from you to achieve the mission and to achieve every everyone safety. And that would be a very important thing for leaders. Now to recognize my name is Earl Linda Lavin's I live just outside of San Antonio Texas. I think that one of the foremost qualities in a leader should be honor. Just a few of the many messages we received from veterans when we put out the call that we were going to be doing this hour today and throughout the show, you'll hear more of those messages. But now let me introduce our three live guests today. Bob killebrew joins us from Newport. News Virginia. Welcome to the program Bob. Thank you Mike I'm happy to be here. I wonder if you could just tell us a little bit about. What branch you served in how long you you served in the military. While I'm a retired army colonel sort of two tours in Vietnam. My service was mostly around Fort Bragg or more core, the second airborne division, and I retired after thirty years of service. Thank you so much for being with us today also with us from Union township in Clermont. County Ohio is. Michael. Michael Welcome to you. I thank you for having me. What if you could do the same? Tell us a little bit about about where you served. And the length of your service and what branch you're. Is Served. In the Marine Corps with women company. Third Battalion Twenty Fifth Marine Data Columbus Ohio We. For me it was just six months out of high school back in two thousand and five. We're one most combat and good units in the Iraq war We'll talk about that A. Little later in the show today but our efforts in the Al Anbar province took voter turnout from very low levels. It's a very high levels and for me personally I believe that service should should never truly end and since my return from Iraq have done everything they can to help my fellow veterans and use my skills continue to thunder nation and do what I can to improve our community so. Calm paper honorable discharge from the Marine Corps in two thousand and eleven And Will turn back over to you for our introduction. Thank you. Well, thank you so much for for taking the time to be with us today, and we've got one more voice joining us today from Virginia Beach Virginia Daniel Anderson joins, US, Daniel Welcome to you. Thank you. MAGNA, I'm happy to be here and same thing. Tell us a little bit about your service. Yes I served five and a half years in the navy as a surface warfare officer onboard two guided missile cruisers out of Norfolk Virginia. And I resigned my commission in two thousand and eighteen? And I see here that you're also. Chief strategist at the black veterans project as well. Yes can you tell us a little bit about that? Yes. So it is a nonprofit I started by two veterans. He End, it has a bifurcated mission one of which is to to increase visibility for you know black veterans and to. Advocate. For The continued. Gathering Information and. Other things to help us understand what exactly the challenges are facing black veterans as well as active duty servicemembers in the second half of the mission is actually to. Put together what we call a digital monument. In service black veterans telling the stories. Of, black veterans that have sort of fallen by the wayside. Well, so I a throughout this hour encouraged the three of you to just get in conversation with each other here and just get started by with one simple question. What is it that you believe are the key or most essential qualities? In a commander in the commander in chief and just to get started bobble alternative you what would be your answer to that question I. Think I think the to qualities override everything else? Is, character and intellect. He or she has to be. Sound morally. They have to have character that can stand up under the heat of fight and all office, and they've got to have enough intellect to grasp the issues that are not only in front of them, but that are going to be coming to warn him. In that office. Michael. Commander, in chief you know. You're the top you're the head of the military there so You need to ensure the tools and resources are available for the forces that. Regardless. When you go to war, you go war with what you have not what you want I definitely experienced that in two thousand five going to war with generation one home ds and sitting on sandbags and Vietnam era flak jackets and and then our unit also ban and aluminum assault vehicles where hundred and four of our Marines deployed twenty three were killed another thirty seven wounded from a very significant ideas time. In retrospect you look at that and you see that's where we were left with. budget cuts during the ninety s under the Clinton administration you know we didn't have the ability to modernize. So the tools and resources when they were needed for not they're made available You know one thing that scene from the commander in chief to looking at that in our current state two, thousand, eighteen, we had our national defense strategy for the first time in over A. Decade and that gave the military community and ability to unite under something and step off in those directions to to really unify together you know and when something like a document and a significant as national fencer, he's not updated it in over a decade that significant though to me, it's about having the tools and resources and being able to push that level of authority down to the lowest level. So Daniel you heard Bob talk about character and intellect Michael was emphasizing tools and resources. What do you think would be in your view the most essential qualities of commander-in-chief. Yeah magnetic. There are two things that I'm looking for a commander in chief and president. One of which is accountability. We don't have anything if we don't have a president who is accountable for their actions I'm. Not. Naive to think that I'm going to agree with everything in every policy decision that a president makes like any other leader but they have to be accountable to the office and to the people that put him there or I really fear for our democracy and the second thing is is the president in the commander-in-chief who prioritize human rights you understand that it's not a political ploy. or a partisan issue. And understands that what? No matter what we're talking about whether it's ice detainees whether it's healthcare policing. All of these things are really human rights So here's the question someone is going to be the commander in chief. After November, it might continue to be a donald trump. It might be Joe Biden. So let me just throw it open to all of you and just jump in and talk with each other who. Who Do you think possesses or best possesses these qualities that you all just described. I'll. Start. I I I've always been a little leery about the idea that that. All of our defense capability is wrapped up in the defense budget. Actually I think national defense depends on a lot of things one of which is an adequate budget. But one of which is also strategy real strategy not just the one that's auto penned in the basement of the Pentagon. And an appreciation for the streets of allies. And what our ally is can do for us what what we are constrained from doing because of our alliances. The present president has has done the auto pin and the White House basement routine, but as destroyed alliances overseas has not contributed to national solidarity or strength of purpose at all. And so I, WANNA president who comes in with an understanding of what real strategy is. Real defense preparedness is and who looks out not only for the troops. But for the circumstances, he puts the troops into. Bob Is Michael here. That's that's an area that I'd have to respectfully disagree with on on the auto auto dependent on the National Defense Strategy I. Mean There's very first time it'd been updated in over a decade that happened under president trump's administration two, thousand eighteen, and it had a main focus on our strength and our allies and supporting our allies and on and actually looking at the fact that the bureaucracy and bureaucratic red tape had delayed weapon system deployment to an average of ten to twelve years for our country whereas. Near peers, adversaries like China and Russia or five to six years for deploying and that to to your point that is outside just the national defense strategy it's it's things like our intellectual property technology. You know what we've been seeing from China stealing and taking that those research and development dollars and just being able to copy and take weapon systems, and that is something that you know from a foreign policy standpoint. It's been refreshing to see a strong stance on something like China I in that in that atmosphere, you know so From the National Defense Strategy, it's the two thousand, eight team. National Strategy has been something that gave the military a common method to step off and for all leadership to unite around and and take and take direction, and again, getting the resources and tools and the authority pushed to their lower level I. Mean I can't can't help. But think you talked with mark guys ause the other day he was thirteen hours in Benghazi. And What was left? For. Those men and women and not having the tools and resources at their support and to have an ambassador killed in the street. It's heart wrenching. On here for just a second I'm Bob Hang on. I want to hear your answer to my question about who best embodies the characteristics that you want to see in a commander in chief, but we just have to take a quick break hanging here for just a second Danielle. We are listening to veterans of the United States military it's our latest in our weekly round tables listening to American voters about what their hopes and dreams are for this country. Over the next four years, we'll have a lot more when we come back this is on point. This is on point I'm we are listening to veterans of the United States, military today. It's our latest in our weekly series of voter roundtables where we're asking Americans to talk with each other about what they want for this country for the next four years I'm joined today by Bob. killebrew. He's with us from Newport News Virginia. He's a retired army colonel he served in. Vietnam. Michael Logo also joins us. He's a he served in Iraq with the Third Battalion Twenty Fifth Marines joining us from Union township in Clermont, County Ohio, and he's a volunteer advisory board member with veterans. For Trump, Daniel, Anderson joins us as well. She's with us from Virginia Beach Virginia she his former surface warfare, naval officer, and Chief Chief Strategist at the nonprofit black veterans project and Danielle before the break we were just hearing everyone talk about. Which one of the candidates they believe you you believe possesses the kinds of qualities that the all of you listed that you'd like to see a commander in chief and wanted to give you a chance to answer that. Yes. Thank you, magna. Overwhelmingly Biden possesses those. Qualities not to say that he is perfect. But I'll just pee back on what Bob said that our defense is not just encapsulated by our budget or weapon systems it's the state of our domestic affairs. So I think understand this we are sort of long past the point of debating decor. We've we've almost two hundred thousand people dead from covid nineteen. In the horrendous response by President Trump, our debt will be larger than our gross domestic product for the first time in history and twenty twenty one. And we currently have a whistle blower that has stated that hysterectomies are being performed on detainees right at ice detainees and that's just this week. So I I think that overwhelmingly we can say. Or I can say this is not the president that that I will be voting for or that I'm looking for. So let me get right down to something. One one of the most iconic could I go back to Mike just a second. Yeah just real quick. So I can go ahead. Okay. MIC just real quick. The national defense strategy is just is just a document I have participated in writing the national defense strategy. It doesn't really matter. Less just implemented and to be implemented rests on a number of things one of which is the people in and the firmness in the belief in the United States, we have in our own country and our allies. You and I don't disagree on a lot of things but you can't just say the national defense strategy is a major trump accomplishment. Many administrations, right National, defense strategies that are never implemented and as far as I can tell, this administration has not done much this. Won't Sir Appreciate Your perspective I'd have to respectfully disagree with that have got many many friends in the military and cross the Department of fence still active to this day you know what they've seen under a leadership from people being put in charge employees like Dr Roper who has many many streamlining initiatives for acquisition to be competitive on the future battlefields you know it is being implemented and we have seen those changes and the diversity inclusiveness that has come in to being able to execute that. Absolutely there without a doubt and and you know I guess I harp on the fact of framing it as just stay document. I mean, no people look to and they take that leadership perspective saying this is this is our our initiative. This is our guiding document that we're going to step off onto. Honestly, it's very similar to what I heard with Danielle speaking of about the her comment on Horon, horrendous response to Covid I'm sorry. Sorry. I disagree there as well because what got every state across the country to take guidelines and shutdown or do what they thought was necessary. And that was the president's Cova nineteen guidelines. That's what everyone point to and that reference exactly back to where we're talking about national security because then that that that gets to the term of essential workers, essential workplaces, and that goes back to the full integration of Department of Homeland. Security's definition of essential, and that has thirteen sub sectors across all of industry in America of what is determined to be essential and why and you know without that the governor's. Would not have opportunity to to look at a Guiding Document and have leveraged basically say this is this is the federal government. So we got to remember this federalism we've got you know it's not the federal government that come in and dictate to the state how they are to how they are to run their states. That is where the governors the governor to ask for help when they need it and it's the federal government has been there to provide. That and again I, mean that's that's becomes fully circular because we saw the launching of the Defense Procurement Act, which rapidly allowed the opportunity for the Department of Defense to go ahead and procure face math ventilators and have everything that America needs so are hostile to pan has been affected. So Michael Just here for a second, because some states were moving to shut down before the Federal Government issued guidance and about the Defense Procurement Act of your the president did. Did activate the Defense Procurement Act. And did get the defense. Department to indeed a contractor to have some P P P P P and ventilators. Manufactured but that was also after the states found themselves bidding against the federal government for that very same key equipment. So I think it's a little more complicated than that. Now Look I I I actually respect everyone's. Views on this, but we can't spend a ton of time on each one of these issues I apologize for. But there's something there's there's aspects of your perspectives which are are unique by virtue of your service that I really want to dive into more deeply. Okay and to get back to this issue of a commander in chief. One of the perhaps the most solemn. Responsibility of commander-in-chief or or or duty or power that the commander in chief has is this is a person who makes decisions that ultimately ask folks like you who have chosen to serve to put your lives on the line for this country and you've all done that. So? I want to just go directly to something that has a controversy that has embroiled president trump. Okay. We have to talk about this that in in two thousand, eighteen in a trip to France the president did cancel a visit to the aisne Marne Cemetery. Where more than twenty two hundred Americans are buried who died fighting in the first World War now according to an article in the Atlantic. President trump referred to the dead service members as or two dead service members in general as quote, losers and suckers. Other media outlets confirmed much of that reporting and we did get a lot of messages from veterans sharing their thoughts on what the Atlantic reported. Hi, my name is Scott Horton. I might bluewater Viet Nam Navy vet. And I'm calling about trump's The way that he has referred to death both living and warmer, and I'm absolutely appalled my name is John Kerry. I'm forty one years old from Kenosha Wisconsin I join the marine from nine hundred, Ninety, seven to two thousand and one is a Marine Corps machine gunner unless it was recorded then he can hear him saying that I just don't think he's He's going out there and call in. Favor fabled veterans, losers or things like that. It's like you. You Know Donald Trump's background. You know he had his spat with John. McCain. Where he said some pretty bad things about John McCain being a POW. I have learned to Kinda not listen to all the little chatter that he talks and just look at his policy. You know he put a lot into the defense budget to build a military i. also write some of the things he did with the VA hospitals. My name is dex e slur. I joined the Air Force in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, one. Retired as a major in twenty. Fifteen. This most recent thing about that. He said about the the military cemetery and the folks there in in France. I think was a real sucker punch to a lot of my conservative friends on on social media when he said those things about John McCain or he said those things about the gold star families he was talking about individuals and I think that any reasonable person can say, well, he just doesn't like John McCain. Okay Fair. But when he says that about an entire group of military people, those people in that moment there a proxy for the rest of the military because all of us we know when we sign up, we could be those people end up in that military cemetery at any moment. So again, just a few of the veterans who reached out to us with their responses to that Atlantic article. Now, all of you Bob Michael Danielle. You have put your lives on the line in service to the United. States you've had colleagues friends who have died. I just want to know and Danielle let us start. How did this reporting? How did that land with you? I'm going to be honest. MAGNA. I was not surprised. I think in even some of the. Videos that you played there. trump is, is said these things about John McCain about Senator Duckworth about many things? He's insulted many people attacks on gold, Star families to I'm going to say it. It really didn't surprise me but like like one of the veterans in those videos, I try to focus on his policies. And I'm less concerned about his decorum. I think we can all agree at this point that he said some some some pretty horrible things into it's really not surprising. Michael. Yes. Thank you for the opportunity on that one I gotta say Magna I agree with you on you know what? It's like to put your life on the line and Daniel I agree with you on focusing on President Trump's policies. because. Just, very quick on that. He's one of the first recent precedent presidents and sitting history to not interested into new wars and actually end wars you know but focusing on the Atlantic. I mean one I guess I do say I am not surprised because it is something that we've seen as constant unbridled attacks over the last four years but I have to give a personal experience. The end of August I was invited to attend Fort McHenry with about a hundred other individuals. Thirty of those being veterans, Metal WanNa, recipients, etc were to recipients. I walked the town of Baltimore with award or two D day veteran who his name is Steve Melnikov even on the cost off and I talked that afternoon in Baltimore and he told me the story about going in two thousand eighteen to France to be honored by President. Trump and president macron and how wonderful the event was you know and I met several different World War Two veterans that were part of that and the and the and the part of that from the Grids Generations Foundation CEO Tim Davis and I saw firsthand that level of support that has always been there. So to hear the first hand account before this new story broke I'll just say it broken time that is right after having military events. Like that at Fort McHenry after having World. War. Two Heritage Day and women to North Carolina to celebrate the Seventy Fifth Victory seventy fifth anniversary victory of world. War. Two. It doesn't surprise me because nowhere where those stories being told and went out of Fort McHenry. Press, come up to a Vietnam veteran, those paralyzed and he stood with the help of an Exoskeleton for the American flag that night and this press member. was just giving him the third degree about if the president who did surprise visit with no, no speech or anything just a surprise visit to to be standoff from ten fifteen feet away. But to talk with veterans and multi. Members that were there this press member gave the third degree, the Vietnam veteran about if the president touched him or not, and if the president was on this side of the barrier that side of the barrier this side of the bear. The bear trying to confuse this army ranger You know that that was there and I just felt so ashamed that's what our country is at and later walked back by the press pool and they're going frame by frame by frame to see if president trump touch somebody. But where did I see in the headlines that you know these medal of honor recipients where these? Silver Star recipients were you know and and how about how about a story about this Vietnam. and I'm just going to presume that when you said. You were invited to Fort McHenry that was during the Republican National Convention so Bob, let me I just want to, I, do want to hear your answer to your to the. How? Atlantic report landed with you. Often associate with Daniel I, think it was reprehensible. I think he was totally incorrect in character. Mr Trump has a reputation for being big on the military because he gave them military big defense budget. In his mind he's paying off the generals. He has absolutely no sense at all about what the servicemen contribute, what it's like to be a serviceman or their sacrifices. So. Then do you feel that Joe Biden has a has a deeper sense of that I. Mean A- his son did serve. So. What do you think? I think Biden by far has a greater sense of his son served Biden is vendor by vice president. He's been around military people. He's a compassionate man understands the requirements of the office I. Think he'll be a good president I think that he will not throw men's lives away nor will he run out on our allies as Mr Trump is done. And I look forward divided by adding presidency. I might add to I'm pleased that the trump. Rot has not spread thoroughly into the Pentagon so far that's the only branch of. His administration. So that is holding line as far as not being overly politicized You know. Not Having Direct Service experiences obviously no longer disqualifying for the presidency right Barack Obama Bill Clinton the we've had a lot of presidents In this century who haven't. Or since the beginning of the twentieth century who haven't. Directly, served in the military, but but then I want to ask you about whether or not this. Importance of the concept of what it means to serve how important do you think that is for a commander in chief to really deeply understand. Why think it's important I'll have to say a to understand what it means to serve but I don't believe that the military is the only way that you can serve. The American people and serve our democracy I. Think there are many people out there. Who are currently in Congress, in in across the board who have really dedicated their lives to serving the American people to serving veterans. And I don't think that military service is is a prerequisite for that I mean, how can it be only one percent as it now stands of Americans, serve in the military. So so I think that we have to understand there are other ways. To serve in other ways in which. We can understand that a candidate or president. Understands the importance of the importance of the office and importance of serving others Well, we are listening to three veterans of the United States, military today, Daniel, Anderson Michael Logan, and Bob killebrew join us when we come back, we'll talk about what they think the US military needs and what America needs from its military. So we have a lot more to discuss. We'll be back. This is on point. This is point Magneto, bardy every week we do a voter roundtable and we're doing that between now and the election to listen to Americans talk to each other about issues they care about and their hopes for this country of the next four years. Now, next week, we're going to be turning to a particular group of first time voters I'm talking about newly naturalized American citizens who will be casting their first ever ballots for president this fall. So if that's you if you just became a US citizen, what will it mean to you to be able to vote in this election? What are your deepest? Hopes for your newly adopted country for the country you are now a citizen by choice of call us with your story of naturalization your your thoughts about this election and your hopes for your country at six, one, seven, three, five, three, zero, six, eight, three, six, one, seven, three, five, three, zero, six, eight, three. That's for next week when we're going to be talking to newly naturalized US citizens this week, we're hearing from veterans of the United States military and we got a lot of voice meals from people who have served. Here's a few more of of the messages and what they had to say. My name is Lisa. Smith I were stationed in Cheyenne Wyoming a garden protected our nuclear missiles and then worked with missile ears and maintenance personnel to make sure they were operating and ready to use if and when the time came. I am fearful of president trump using our military personnel for his own gain and I think we've seen that a little bit over this year and we are not pawns and I don't think that people appreciate that my name is Patrick Milligan I'm from Maine I served under two presidents. I think that president trump has done a fantastic job of maintaining the military service. Whittier. I'm a student here at Columbia Law School. And I'm a veteran of the US Army I served for almost. Ten years. My sense from President. Trump is that he he has closer affinity to people who don't necessarily share our values and has a hard time with. Common ground or really showing respect to your partners and allies. So again, just a few of the many messages we received from veterans as we were preparing for this hour, I'm joined today by Danielle, Anderson, she's a former surface warfare officer in the United States Navy and chief strategist for the Black Veterans Project Michael. Logan joins US as well. He served in Iraq with the Third Battalion Twenty Fifth Marines and is a volunteer advisory board member with Veterans Trump Bob. killebrew is also with us. He's a retired army colonel he served in Vietnam. As well now. All of you I, just want to hear the voices a little bit of the candidate or the nominees themselves. So first of all, here is Joe Biden he was in Tampa, Florida just yesterday talking about veterans. CARE. Responsibility. To ensure, that. We're providing. Veterans with a class healthcare they deserve in every situation. That means hiring more doctors and medical personnel professionals to work at the VA clooney positions essential to veterans, health care nurses, and psychologists. That's Joe Biden in. Tampa. Florida yesterday and here's President Donald Trump in a press conference. Last Monday talking about how he sees his relationship with the military I'm not saying the military is in love with me to soldiers are the top people in the Pentagon probably aren't because they want to do nothing but fight wars so that all of those wonderful companies that make the bombs and make the planes and make everything else they happy. But. We're getting out of the endless whereas you know how we're doing. Now Bob, Hewitt actually touched on this a little earlier about perhaps emerging differences of opinions between folks in the Pentagon or maybe the officer corps and other parts of the military. Do you see kind of a divergence there when you know the saddest part of this whole thing? Is that we're talking about politicizing the military. The service is services have been ever since the end of the civil war determinedly a political. And be idea that the president could now be trying to drive a wedge between the senior military leadership and the enlisted military just strikes me as one of the many proto treasonous things he's done during his time in office. No president and my. Imagination ever would try to do that. It's dangerous it's foolish. And it's an article, our democracy. I just. Heard that statement from him, I just shook my head I can't understand. Why his mouth gets carried away like that. Michael did you want to respond? Yeah. Absolutely. Appreciate that you know a few things from the last I mean the kind of rolled over but just I'll tie together here for you though you know the sense of the service members. So what's being done sporting servicemembers we've got the. At policy and the record here that no new wars donald trump has been. Has Been Ending Moore's his divide with General Mattis Secretary Masks at the time was over leaving Syria you know and and yesterday coming off the heels of of Abraham cords where there is peace in the Middle East and what that's going to do, and that's something that's you know Record Thompson and over twenty five years. So from being a door kicker who was the first. Clearing House to house in two, thousand five. My Gosh that's what I want a president in two thousand and seven. I gave a newspaper interview where I said if we pull out of Iraq and leave it as a vacuum, you will see what happens in Somalia were terrorist breeding grounds come and not not more than years later is that what the Obama Administration did were they pulled out and they give back for Isis to come back into the area and Look. They did they did that right through Syria into our province, which was an area that I fought and which was an area that general solomonic Iran was was giving aid to, and that's what we had the largest ID strikes in the Iraq war that killed my marines. But Michael me just ask you about this because this is this is important but didn't you also say a little earlier that that you were Proud of president trump for being the one who stops who who trying to stop the endless wars I mean. So that requires by certain by one definition at least the exactly what you're talking about the pull out of troops. which you're now saying that the Obama Administration was wrong to do in Iraq. So they left a vacuum without at a point in time in which when which Iraqis were established, it was forecasted to the world. So gave opportunity take advantage of and what you saw happen was the terrorist breeding grounds come into place and he saw training camps forums and they were being watched and the rules of engagement had changed. So significantly now yes, there was. High, amount of drone strike that under Obama Biden that they took place in but I don't know why they weren't having drone strike on the training camps and you saw what a leader like president trump being able to come in and do for. Isis. And I gotTa tell you from from being a marine on the ground in that area where I had marine brothers. Die You know blood sweat and tears shed. That that is something that speaks to you know we're talking about any type of veteran affairs support or or service or or post traumatic stress look. I had a lot of marines at that point in time coming up on ten year anniversary of our service really having a difficult time because they're struggling to see the humanity of what was going on in Iraq to those women those children that we that we fought you know to protect and give east to and just seeing that a road that is terrible and that will Michael Islamic. So. Sorry I keep keep keep a stepping on your words and I do I do apologize for that but I want to make some I want to be sure to make space for for everyone. So Danielle. Jump in here because want to hear your answer to or your response to what what Bob said earlier that he is distressed by what he sees as the politicization of. Of the United States military because. Your your thoughts on that. Yeah. Thank you. Magnette. I'll have to agree. There with Bob, I, mean the military Is Sort of the last thing that is supposed to stand between. You know complete like dictatorship rate and we are supposed to be they're. Not as a political pawn and not to be used for reelection purposes, or personal gain or even just for feel good moment right to talk about how service members love you and in two where we're not a monolith right I think that the VA has a report that comes out I. Think it's every two to three years and you know by twenty thirty. Veteran population will be overwhelming gre-. People of Color and I can tell you that we're not a monolith. We don't all soldiers do not love trump All soldiers do not believe in and. Everything that trump does. And I think I am sort of really exhausted with being. Painted one is as a monolith right that we all are a conservative we all sort of believe the same things in in to that being used as a political pawn Often by trump himself who was also never served So those are two things that are really really. Upsetting to me. So. We're mega can I? Can I commend? One of the things that keeps our country going is at has are the institutions run this country the courts? Cabinet cabinet officers, the Defense Department. And the institution of the military itself. While trump tax institutions and he has consistently through his time in office so far. One institution that has managed to stay above the fray. As the military. And that's because military members not just officers but enlisted soldiers well, feel instinctively. That they should stay out of politics. Their mission is outside the country taking care of national security threats. Push on us and our allies. When he starts attacking fundamental institutions like that, and within the institutions, the enlisted force versus the commission force he's playing a very, very deadly and dangerous game with our democracy. Mean have has the military state entirely above the fray ball because wasn't it general milley that was with the president during his photo op at the Church Lafayette Square, I mean he later apologized for that but that happened which he later apologized to which. In, my experience is unprecedented for a chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Well but in fact, we haven't, and that's that's one of the things that should alarm us all. When I came on active duty, it was impossible to think of a retired general officer entering politics when that happened as it had occasionally the fellow general officers were horrified in for junior officers like me it was an example to stay above politics. In the last several years, there's been a distressing tent trend. For Officers once retired to enter the political. FROYO. distresses a lot of us other retired officers as well. But I'm doing it now on your radio show. The impulse for retired officer stay involved in national policies is is very strong but for an active duty officer like Miley like the other senior officers in the armed services politics is still an absolute. No No. and Mr Trump has trouble understanding how people can be a political as long as they wear the uniform. Well, we're rounding to the last couple of minutes of the show here and I want to end with the question that I've been ending all of our roundtables every week with, and that's to give about a minute. To share your, what are your hopes for this country over the next four years and if you want you can you can narrow that Lens a little bit if you want further and say, what are your hopes for the military? For the next four years both got just about a minute. Available for each of you. So so Michael go ahead you go first. Absolutely. Get through this quickly then Tampa. Biden also made the horrifying statement about a marine veteran killing and raping a woman yesterday and that that is a stigma of PTSD. That's such things back ten years. So that's me does not support the servicemen where the work that I've done over the last decade. That is horrific. Danielle, I agree with you on the Monolithic Monolithic people of color and you know that's why here WanNa hear Biden's. Speaking points when he compares the black population to Latinos and that they're not, they're not different like the Latinos I have significant concern issues with that with you Bert comments that fight him has made over the decades from supporting from his own vice president that went against him on the busing segregation in the nineteen seventies. Nineteen ninety-four Biting Crime Bill. It has been significantly oppressive and you know back over to it what what the question here. Is American idealism. All right. It's always a strive for a better life for all Americans. The constitution protects that we have to protect the constitution because it puts it individual freedom of speech and religion above government, and that's something that threatens the rest of the world and as Americans our ideals or under attack i. saw that Firsthand Watt leaving the White House the following the RNC, and I could Not Freely move as I'm pushing a double amputee combat veteran and I have a sixteen year old with me and I'm trying to meet up with with my African American friends from college but we're unable to because the protesters are are slurring Adam and in our way, and that to me is critical that I can't even express an opinion I was told to take my American flag off. Sorry it's GonNa people are gonNA sound think I'm just interrupting you on purpose. It's just because a time because we just we have two minutes left and I do really want to give Danielle Imbaba chance to answer the question about. Your hopes and dreams for the next four years. Daniel give you just a quick minute here. Yeah. Thank you magnette overall. My hope is that we have someone who? Wants to keep the sanctity of our democracy. I think you know attacking the US Postal Service attacking reporters in journalism as a whole in a lot of the other things that have happened in the last four years have done nothing but sort of erode our democracy. So I'm looking for a person who is going to be accountable and hold themselves accountable. For or her actions and then someone who prioritizes. All Americans not just people that live in the suburbs. And not just the military soldier. But everyone even those who don't agree with their agenda or with their decisions will Bob I'm afraid we've got you down to forty five seconds. Your hopes and dreams for this country. That'll be that'll be easy. What I want is someone as a president who will restore the didn't the dignity of the office who be Joe Torre allies. Someone. Who will rebuild our institutions? Respect our constitution try to bring our country together again and respect the apolitical nature of the military and respect for the men and women who serve. Well Bob killebrew retired army colonel who served in Vietnam Bob. Thank you so very much. My pleasure and Michael Loeb served in Iraq with Third Battalion Twenty. Fifth Marines Michael Thank you so very much. My pleasure. Thank you for the time and Daniel Anderson a surface, a former surface warfare officer in the United States Navy and chief strategist at the Black Veterans Project Daniel thank you so much. Thank you so much magnetic pleasure I magnin Tucker Buddy this is on point.

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01-15-2021

The KiddChris Show

54:48 min | 5 months ago

01-15-2021

"Kid chrishell kid. Show chris again. Chris kid to get his job. What up everyone it's Would it stay. Oj's friday word. Welcome to the podcast. Of course all the social media link up on there. I see a lot of followings happening. That's cool instagram. Twitter and facebook at kid kris k. I. d. d. c. h. r. i s. Does it cost you anything just to follow me okay Then again today. A lot of extra stuff comes up on their for instance when Myself or the wolfpack when we call radio shows and stuff Video tape it. And i'll put it up there before it even airs on the radio. So you're kinda like in the club which is kind of cool right things going on Pre promoting stuff all that okay And if any kind of news comes around all that okay. So that's the important part eddie. Get the heads up on like live from club. Chris on thursday says at seven pm. Eastern things like that anyhow programming note. Monday is a holiday. We're not here. So no podcasts. On monday word to show your son to wake sobbed away. Throw to fill yourself turned away tumble way get a show the me you'll talk about the kid pool up your blouse us. Those things chris shows on to troll the dawn do show for the family. You open to go up. That's the great sam at your phone. Number is five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine. Yeah yeah had to house. He's excited he yes. Thank you excited to ticket. Taking the taking burns cuff. You send you home. It is friday. that means it's wide open for long. The wow when that phone rings here in the studio we pick live. There is no screaming. Nothing you are in complete control now. The thing is is Try to remember so cursing obviously because this is your family show this. Fcc guide regulated broadcast over the airwaves. So they'll be gross and then also just say who you are and where you're calling from. Okay it's that simple on a louis friday. Use this opportunity to. I mean this This corona were purple now here in hamilton county. We're number one. Yeah we're purple. We squeeze it too hard. So the coronavirus is just plummet. Just ravaging the area and Jobs are plummeting on stuff so if you're a small business whatever uses opportunity to call in and Help yourself okay. This is the only time he can really do that. In and plug your business. Keep you afloat and all that stuff because you've got families and you know look it'd be good to keep you float because then you don't have to go and lose your job and then unemployment and all that stuff so we want to help you out with what we can write so five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine on a very important day here on the a kid chris show. I love doing this on fridays. Because you never know what's going to happen. It keeps me It keeps me on my toes. You know flexible muscle dealing with the off. The cuff stuff grew. What's that good morning. How are y'all okay. Hi go ahead. i was just on the second morning. Good morning good. Thank you angel. You keep doing that. You have a great day. Art piece. Bread is Right so we just want to call up and say hi or whatever or that god joe again call. The show calls anywhere on three one three seven. Seven i agree. That is Buddy sam. Fm now you call in the phone. Ringer is on here in the studio. You call you get on the radio on fridays. it's just wide open for a right in. It's fun i don't know happening. You know we have to deal with it live. It's a little bit of behind the scenes to Because when people call up you don't know what the hell's going on and stuff and we have to deal with this at all times caller. You're on the air name and where you're from. Yeah this is kevin from shit. what's up. Hi hey what's the difference between a ritz. An eleven What a rich lesbian. Dang it all right. I dunno snack cracker. What's the other one cracks knacker later dick race. Caller you're on the air My name's hillbilly daily. I i'm a stand up comic here in cincinnati. Y'all spoke to me last year Watch our fifty. So what so. I've been doing a stand up around. Cincinnati around all the standard of of of fifty midlife crisis. You know most men ground by sports car while i thirty thirty-three-year-old mexican girlfriend a motorcycle. Lovely payments way higher their sports car about the rise ladder. You know what i'm saying. God said joe again your idea on this friday. What what do you mean. What's wrong. I would take any calls yet. Cova you're on the air. What's your name and where are you from. Oh they hung up shocker. Yeah doesn't sound like it's going very well for the other callers. I don't want any part of that. Hello caller are you there. Yeah go ahead. you're on the air who are you. Where are you from. Jason from independence kentucky. Good let's hear just One or if you guys could play that skit where the guy. They got the ad on craigslist. Or whatever. you're talking about the. He's got a ban. He's looking for a singer and scenarious. You guys called him with david lee roth. Wow are you a first time caller. Yes how long have you been listening to. This show is did you find it recently. That's an old school call. I'm right here for. Cincinnati guys Ever since y'all yeah all right. I'll try to dig it up and maybe we'll play it a little bit later in the hour. Okay fell like. I was the first time good while i'm here for your son. We are purple. Yep yep we've squeezed. Brian combs and now we're purple didn't happen throughout the entire pandemic purple would be the highest alert level under the state of ohio corona virus heat map and hamilton kelly right now the only county in ohio where there is most severe spread of covid nineteen cases. Jesus now the spread. Yeah i mean it's a number of cases is the number of people in the hospitals. Are people going to the doctor. They're seven factors that they look at when they determine what level you're at all right so there's an equation to this there is. I mean there's actually some science behind it. What is not behind it as any kind of enforcement or restrictions so i mean. It's more of a guide of the school districts. Use it to decide if they're going to be impersonal remote. Most of those districts have already been remote since thanksgiving right so it really doesn't impact them but it doesn't kick in any kind of new restrictions though if you read the wording of it basically says if you're in a purple county stay home only go out for absolutely essential thing so if you if you're in a purple county you could essentially say to your boss. I'm not coming into work and there's nothing you can do about it well. It's a recommendation. So i mean boss would say hey recommend i need somebody to work the cash register today so pretty much means nothing. I think you know with the holidays. People are just like screw it in some of the older people. Men have that whole attitude. I know i heard it my family of i don't know if this is my last holiday because of stuff going on so i'm gonna spend it with my family and take the risk. Yeah and i get it And also i think the whole We have to vaccines and another one coming out and people like good. I'm gonna go have my holiday. Yeah yeah so finding that vaccine next week when it's available for people eighty over in ohio. Oh is it like geocaching You know what would probably be like. What know what's the hottest concert. You guys had the last five years where people were like. You know getting on the web and call on the phone trying to get through to get tickets and italico straight. They couldn't do it. Yeah that's what the year olds are going through today and tomorrow. It's you know some of likened it to winning the lottery. Yeah if you get through and if you actually get an appointment at eight o'clock this morning state of ohio putting up on their website a list of all the locations or seven hundred fifty or so across the state where you can go to get a shot but they don't have a centralized reservation system so i mean indiana's got that and florida has that though i've heard it's tough to get through but you know there's just one click you go there. Here's where the closest one is. Here's where you go to get your make your appointment but you could be double triple booked and some people probably might be. I mean you keep you know if i get an appointment. For february thirtieth. Yeah that wouldn't be possible but february. Twenty eighth you know. You might keep going to other sites to see if you could get one for january right so yeah that's very possible but it sounds like it's going to be tougher to get through. It's like olive garden. Go to their website and you can sign up be put on the list but when you get there in a lobbyist we're still waiting. Yeah breadsticks there will not be a mass vaccination site in ohio at least not to start with because the governor said yes that they don't have the supply. I know it's going to be really tough for people to navigate I just finished a story for our website. That scott all the different links and you know where people can go to try and help their parents or grandparents or whatever get thrown up at seven hundred w that com okay. I'll push it out as well on my social media. I appreciate that I mean. I know it's frustrating for people and what's really frustrating is like some places like warren county. Yesterday announced that all their appointments are full for next week. Yeah and they hadn't even told us where or where to go. I love the heck. Did that happen. You know got a limited number of of vaccine available and there will be for hamilton county. Apparently one single access site that they've worked out okay but they're not going to give us the details on that till noon. That's it they're even doing. Radio teases listen at noon. We'll get details. I saw the list of people that are on the names that are on that list that you're talking about already book even on the having announce anything. Let's see jonathan cranley william county. The look willie wouldn't surprise me. He was in florida for a couple of weeks. Yeah and he talked about he and his wife every morning when they got up the first thing they did. I guess at nine o'clock every day you went to this website called to get the vaccine in florida and he said you know for the two weeks he was there they never once got through. Every morning they tried. They had a couple of different. You know laptops ahead. A tablet gone. They have both their cell phones calling the number. Nothing could never get through. I can't bill cunningham. yeah right bill cunningham. i'm david cincinnati are designated survivor. Yeah i know you're right. If something happened here willies. The one going in the bunker go will. You would think if anybody. He's the face of the franchise the front of the line will be willie cunningham with a nuclear fallout. He gets shipped by by the government to a fair. They always know where he is. Yeah they told him. Don't worry about calling us because we'll find. Yeah yeah and then they bring him to other -cation yeah and he broadcast to you to tell you what's up and all that stuff and you know i'm fine you're screw. Here's ed. We'll be back after this and i'll be taking calls from you diag americans and he'll get out phone numbers at no longer working. Because that's what he does. Now he always gives out the pound seven hundred new eighteen number or something like ten years. Get used to it. Sure you're dialing all these cova it'd be the same. None of these numbers work. Well thank you very much comes from seven hundred wwl newsroom and i will He was talking about that stuff as far as phone numbers. And all that. I'll tweet it out and an all. They get it to you so you can help out family members and stuff all right Today is a calls to the wall. Would that phone rings here in the studio pick up live basically free form friday as far as phone calls. You can call and talk about whatever you want right. The only rule is is. You have to say your name where you're from okay. Hello caller. You're on the yeah. My name's dilawar. Loveline land love. Oh that's where i live. That's my home. I just got a quick island by the way. It seems like a lot of people know. Exactly where i live since i I'm still getting christmas. Cards from the last one i got on friday was from atlanta. That's scary yeah go. Quick joke guys along Shortening tweet lo. Why was the blonde scouting sweet and low to thought it was diet coke not funny funny you you encourage people to call right caller. Go ahead surf. That is Yes i just wanted to reach out to my fellow veterans and let them know that during a time isolation that it's okay to reach out and if you have a family member that's a veteran you know. Check on them. Yeah are you a veteran Yes sir. I'm a marine corps veteran. Very good are you. Are you going through stuff. I've all minor stuff here and there It's been it's been harder with the gym's closed the places that you know you. You go to kind of clear your mind been here out. Well have you ever been to. The guy from loveland just called. The loveland bike path. Thinks pretty cool you just kind of walk on there and just go and go and go and go until you You know your mind clear. That'd be awesome not have to check it out. Yeah do it. it's fun it's a lot of cool stuff that he can stop off at tahoe's Right there downtown. Loveland put a few back. Okay yes and you may run into me. Unfortunately they'll talk. Don't talk to me but you look upon. Yeah take a look. I'm the the drunken mayor of of land. That's what i am. When i'm there just sitting in the corner drinking it's true. I brother all right. Stay good. He's right though. Those guys i it it is sad. These guys have go into some kind of like Military service or whatever and then they retire and you go. that's cool to retire. But they're pretty much like. Hey thanks enter. Put up the past where you see. Here's the thing you program these people at eighteen years old and they spend you know ten fifteen years in the service and then they come back out. You can't deprogrammed that. yeah right. And then they're left alone. There should be somebody a check up on everybody just to have like a staff of people that just come in and have a list of names and numbers and they call and check in. Hey how's it going. How we doing thousand family. You're on your caller go ahead. What's up kid chris. Bacon man from the well deck gun. Podcast down in kentucky at the bear cage. You know who. I am why you know that i put my pants so much that legally i should wear a diaper. How's it going man. It's going great. My actual name's clay. I'm up here. I'm up here stacking lumber all day be two on a friday. Tgi right what does this bit wasn't good twenty twenty. Sure as hell ain't good now God that is Yes can we get back to meet. Ord dow still requires people calling the i love. It just makes it so fun of acres That's it reminds me. Oh that's why depend on to keep this job. What do you. Listen to steve now. What's your favorite station. Badness satellite station do fire station. Wrong police station. No substation call alluvia. We invite you to call in talk to us. You just open up the phones here in the studio. We don't scream. You don't know what you're what you're calling about. Don't care and it puts us on the spot which is fun right because we don't know what the hell's going to happen five three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. That'll get you on the radio right back to the lines. Let's go back to the phone booth by this. My name is megan. I'm from lawrenceburg indiana. Wow today home of the tigers. That's right i was calling in regards to the covid. Nineteen that you guys were talking about with. Brian comb. I work in healthcare and i want him to let you guys know. There is a website for hamilton county. And i wanted to give you guys that information. Is it it's ww dot hamilton. County health dot org slash covid nineteen. And that's where people can go to sign up For the vaccine like win they'll get it who the hell knows but But they can go there and sign up for it burly. You wanted to put that out on your twitter. Whatever get that out of schools be helpful very good. Are you a first time caller Yes now i'm not working to help. Field good are you one of those girls on that. Tell you what that that commercial on. Tv that i check aaron russo surname. Do you know her. She asked about me out now. She's a hottie. Even when she's crying she's hot. It's like i wanna go. It's okay cold's not bad all right well. Thanks for calling narrow k. given to con about the ad for a singer oh okay. He played guitar. I play guitar. okay. I'm a singer. I play guitar too but you know yeah. Some guitar style on need barrow. Yes some living at based to. What can you believe guitar guitar. I hope i'll put the phone right up to it. okay speaker. All right obama saw the ad for a singer. It what's your name dave. All right Auditions on thursday belt. It out right on man dude. I shred man. You're looking for those pipes dude. I felt i anything these on need. I hear those place really got to try out man. What did not a one man show. It's a five minute show. You know what. I mean right on snatch me up. You don't even know what we wouldn't want songs we knew man. Well you never know road. Oh about The singer way. Sing anything since kennard. Pretty good we'll be hit some high notes. That sounds good. Yeah you ever remember the band with a girl you just doing. Just doing her are you. Serious 'cause i'm not in this game all pull it out. You can rub out a little bit. Skin flew tacoma back around. We'll call the police on you. You're listening to a man with a super bowl. Should his kiss chris. Thank you very the phone. Number is five one three eight one three seven nine seven. Nine poster yeah. Hey you're on the air. It's free form pretty much on friday. All right we call it calls it a wall or call it louis. Just pick up live on the radio so just say who you are where you're calling from tonight in georgia. I was calling. Your name is mark. Mars like the planet. Okay that's your neymars cool and you're call our. Yeah we're kind fan. Yes well you guys have your own stationary anymore. No we don't. We are very devastated. When you guys left. Yeah you know Our company wanted to put on what they call a top forty radio station there because they were like little have one in atlanta. That's really weird. And they said oh. Kill the rock station. You know we don't wanna hear guitars. And and they're they're having trouble that studios empty. They just can't get it together. They need to bring you guys back or something. That's not going to happen here. No but i can dream. Let her dream even if they put it on. It would not move back done moving. My family lives here. I know i know but your dad lives somewhere down here. She used to like noon or something near you just moved to florida. Well there's other for me there in atlanta it's been arabia's that purple haze that one of your insurance back in the day when you were here. Oh remember of course i do. That was not a an internet was Jenna haze the porn star. That's right yeah. Why do you love it so much connection. Maybe oh really yeah chick. Neymars get criticizing me. I have yup. Well wh- send him again. Yeah send him again. I forgot not hurt. I don't know cinema getting three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. The number you called tech stat. Okay well thank you matt. That's how it works. Folks pretty psyched. It gets pictures sent to us either good or bad though. No it's good. It's girly mars hassle. Good right watch. Yes stripper name. No that's not welcome to the stage. The planet mars very handsome. Gentlemen here in the studio then their sakes happy friday to you. Walk that walk. thanks a lot. Dad segment is here to talk about everything. Sports yeah thanks to our friends at raisin kings one love one love son download the mobile app baby by the way that song right. There is from people. Want to know what that is us one month. Yeah yo yo yo get that chicken to go especially this weekend. Yeah that's right exactly. Get one love love this weekend from raising cane's because all the big games coming chats right the nfl saturday and sunday man. You'll get get a party going. Yeah catering baby. Yeah from from raising cain. That's an automatic thing that happens every time we mentioned raising cane's song start love right no matter what even if you call someone else in your lifetime College basketball xavier's biggies game tomorrow at seton hall postponed due to covid nineteen related issues in the musketeer camp. No is better now. Thank you the cats game against tulane tomorrow postponed due to positive covid nineteen case in a bearcat program that gains been reset for february twenty six. We don't have any other school closings to announce okay. I mean it's like what's going on here. I know your sports is going to be. Nba's amass thank you. That's what it's going to be as good a sound like that's what the final four is gonna sound like an indianapolis pull that i have. No idea you know in hockey is in full. Swing and i asked. I haven't watched one game yet. Because i'm afraid i'll be psyched about it and it's going to shut down. Yeah i watched it. I watch watch the flyers and penguins the other night and the blackhawks and tampa bay when they did the when they did their Stanley cup celebration. Of course they're going to do it again when the fans come in. Yeah wash it. A little bit of the Blue jackets game last night. They lost three. Two one in nashville. Yeah so but It's in the nba. Well you know it's it's common. I mean it's gonna hit. Yeah and we'll just wait. And see i guess a wait and see what happens i mean. Nba's already been as already had games postponed. What the dallas stars have got ten or twelve guys out because of the covid bank. You know that that sounds going to be more than one. Love here pretty soon. Well actually sports is got to come in and it's going to go on loan to spiral into if a down to the abyss to kid. Chris dot com brian. Combs spoke about the The info about where to go and all that stuff to get the vaccine right okay. So it's up on kid. Chris dot com former ohio state coach. Urban meyer as the new head coach of the jacksonville. Jaguars that is exciting. Because we were hearing this for a while right. He was also going to go. He was also had talks with the chargers. Are i think they wanted to talk to him. Yeah but The the jacksonville said you know we're going to get him. They're gonna get trevor. See what happens from there. So yeah well i mean. Hopefully he turns Jacksonville around because it's a beautiful day. Diem down there one in fifteen and they got the number one pick so they're gonna take trevor lawrence so that a better not going to be a auditor. Yeah to get the second pick and get justin fields to. Yeah so they got you know thank you. Nfl divisional playoff set for this weekend tomorrow. Four thirty. I rams up against the packers in green bay and then the ravens and the bills and buffalo. That's going to be a big one. Yeah they may that may they may score a hundred points in that one if you're a defensive coordinator for the ravens and bills don't show up because you you'll get covert just by watching your defense. Oh i know the everything so perfect right now. Thank you football. That i hope. Nothing gets postponed. Kansas city and cleveland. Sunday tampa bay in new orleans. The old man bowl. That's good talk between the bucks and the and the saints not. It's going to be awesome this weekend. Reds update pitcher archer. Br archie bradley non tendered by the reds assigned a one year six million dollar deal with the phillies host gangs. Only making four million last year here with the reds two million dollar raise. Thank you so guy gets not going to have. Yeah he gets he gets joe. Biden's money already. Have you ever been to philly sake. Yes yeah you have to pay me an extra two million to go there to. I thank you so there you go right there. One love baby brought to you Raising cane's yes. They told me to do it. Jesus christ raising cages fifteen area locations and said go ahead. Tell them whether sauce is the boss. You're welcome you come in here. You cut your provos for kane. Yes he dropped the mic. And you walk out of the ring today. We gave them a nice little treat before we came on. What did you see on the computer screen. Sec ooh guys get all the good pictures we get. No we get no pictures like that on the am side. Yeah task. We just get goofy pictures of willie. Yeah well we don't get that girl. Mars markov earlier. She said oh. I said send a picture. I just want to see a picture and she sent stuff. Would think sec. Unbelievable anti mac said you guys have all the fun over here who's with. Jim's got used to get them all the time price still does he graham off. He bogarted all. I can just imagine those pictures that the legend gets jim. Jim scott's fans they said topless pictures he'd be able to see their floor. You got nice ones their own. Happy friday everybody have a good weekend. Thank you saeb. Rocket absolutely here. Our phone number is five. Would three eight one three seven nine seven nine. That's a phone number for On fridays we just let you take overman to deal with whatever is on the phone when it rings we just pick up live okay so five one three eight one three seven seven phone number a little color. Who's this now rather not say my name. Okay go ahead you wanna make out okay am just finding out for a very good Joint out in elsewhere. i'll play. It's called terry pizza. The hometown favorite is that. You're not it's not. My place was. Don't be ashamed. That gold mine. Okay yeah if you guys love peace with you guys like Subs or hoagies and Side items like potato wedges. I mean this is a good try for those who haven't been there. Did do some work there don't you. I still don't work anymore. The why do you care but I mean i'm just asking is being on a well. I mean why carries that. They're good family environment. Okay better than most jobs are work at now. True and Honestly i mean they take care of their customers and they kind. I mean they may not be exactly like one of the high end like montgomery in top. Not okay people named great food. So i asked got a visa and they got talking talking to you. Go to try very good like that pizza. Thank you so at taco pizza. Their breakfast pizza. Meanwhile back at the radio station kris taking your calls. Five one thousand eight hundred seventy nine seventy nine that guy. He really had a lot of info for someone news at work there. He knew the whole Wanted to get out the whole thing the whole menu. Yeah why not keep telling us harvard things made you said i know all alluvia say what you want so yes five one three eight one three seven nine seven nine that is the phone number The phones always open for you on fridays. We just pick up so whatever you wanna talk about We just pick up and you go for it so five one three eight one. Three seven nine. Seven nine hundred. Cfo number caller. Who's this you're on the air. Hey kid this is. Frank from clermont county veterans. How you doing. We're working with you guys right now. Yeah this is what. I'm kind of a loss in the whole thing. Explain this because i didn't know agent orange. I haven't heard of orange forever. Yeah yeah well you know it. It takes well here. We are what fifty something years after vietnam war and These guys are still suffering from diseases from agent orange. His crazy i know and the and and they just added three new diseases to the presumptive lists just as here already so because of agent orange which was like a poison in the vietnam war. I mean it's been proven the other diseases are popping up because of it pretty. Yes yeah actually yeah And they're older guys so there's gotta be rough to do with. Oh yeah they're all. They're all in their very late sixties. seventies you know maybe early eighty but Yeah they're they're dealing with it in. Diabetes is a big one Heart disease But they just added three new ones on here as well so So the total now is i think Seventeen or eighteen diseases that if you come down with the va will Compensate them for it. Good you know. I mentioned earlier. A guy called in that was like a marine or something like that and He was saying like hey man you know if you have any troubles if you're going through a rough patch right now call. It's amazing to me that guys go and fight for our country especially the vietnam war. If i'm correct. The people were drafted right. Oh yeah so. A lot of them didn't even ask for an thrown out there to fight for our country. They do their thing and then come back and they get the bird absolutely absolutely these guys they would come back in Into the states after serving in vietnam and they would be spit on and so forth. They did not get any reception like the guys do now. The guys do now. But i'm wondering about like if we go on and on the the new world seems like disrespect to veterans or military may have an issue. We may have an issue again. Yeah yeah. I think we're going down that road where people are going to be like. Well if you signed up for longer and all that stuff happening i do too. I do too. I mean it. It's very plausible to happen like that again. Yeah it's You know and and we fight for these guys every day. You know my office. Were all veterans here in the office. One hundred percent veteran run and And it's guys guys and gals. I know most of the vietnam era agent orange are those are dudes. Yeah the guys. And gals are are signed up in there and they're fighting for us and fighting for their lives. Yeah yeah i got. I got three ladies at work here. That our veterans yeah. Yeah they're awesome. You don't have any agent orange issues now now. I was born in sixty nine. Oh yeah so. he's fine. okay. I worked at a grocery store in this register guy. We were getting trained at the same time. All right and he had problems concentrating stuff and he said it was because of desert storm and he at the time this is right after. He's like men. Nobody believes us at something was out there that as messing us up. Oh yeah yeah. There were several things that we still don't know fully about From desert storm and desert. Uh well from the afghanistan and iraqi part portion of it. They they had burn pits. That were going on out there. We still don't know what they were burning completely People don't understand. We go in with these. These dopey rules of war. We go in go. Let's fight fairly but you're fighting these these these monsters they don't they're not gonna fight fairly they are killy's he'll they go. Oh they're going to be pussies about this and just shoot little guns on us. We're going to sit chemicals and burn pits right right. You gotta you gotta go in and play in the mud with them. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah you do yeah. Flame throwers gist. Oh those are innocent people. Who is our buildings in new york. Those weren't veterans and stuff. Those were innocent. People die man. You're fired up. Because i had to live through watching that awful. Yes and seeing that and then rules of engagement rover. Screw that thing. The united states is held to a higher standard for the world. So we can tell their heads so they can be the beacon of hope. Yeah right i get it. I get what you're saying that is working in calming anything down. Why you're always gonna see you can't fight crazy you're right so the bottom line can by turning certain parts of the crazy countries into parking lots then you like done and if anybody has a problem with it then you do it to them. Yeah a guy does it. Walk gotta wants to be a tough dude. Doesn't walk into a bar a tough town or wherever it goes. I'm gonna go beat up that girl. You know what. I mean you go to the tough guy to send a message. So somebody goes. Hey let's poke in the united states and blowing people we go. Hey could you guys back that off no you just decapitation go next. Remember chris. kyle. The american sniper. Yes yeah he felt that way and he was very vocal about it. Know calling them all savages and And that's the way he felt man he saw a lot of it. How many tours that do bomb he kept going back. Yeah yeah you kept going back and then got got killed by one of his own. Who was out of his mind. Yeah yeah yeah. That's sad movie Yeah it was. It was and that's real life right there. Yeah tha tha kyle. His wife man. I feel for her and the kids you know. She's very vocal out there now too. So we got. We got a lot of good people out there right. Now that our vets veteran advocates speaking up for us. And it sucks. It sucks takes a big tragedy for people to really to see an have hit the headlines. Oh it does it does. Yeah sometimes sometimes. You need a little of quite a big spark to do that. And then all of a sudden everybody's jumping on the bandwagon for it. I think that's what makes it hard to is. Because there's you know physical you can see that as far as guys losing limbs and things like that but when it's mental. Oh yeah you have a hard time seeing that. It doesn't really put a face to anything. Yeah yeah yeah. And these guys are so even though they're having some mental issues and mental health issues and stuff. You noticed they they well other than that one guy but he mo it's mostly ninety nine percent. They just do something to themselves. They don't take down other people right. Yeah let's all right smile enough of this law. Glad i'm glad guys like yourselves are out there. And what is the website and stuff to help these guys out. I know there's a lot of guys that are still around with the agent orange issues install. Yeah oh yeah. We still have vietnam veterans. That come in here. That don't even have been if they have their benefits filed for you which is unbelievable. Yeah we do everything to get the word out there but it's clermont county veterans dot com. And just look us up on that or give us a shout and all those three. There's three new conditions is Bladder cancer hypothyroidism and parkinson ism. So those are the brand new things that are shown up because of agent orange great. That's awesome so great and they're guys taken care of and let me tell you something i get stellar care down at the. Va hospital good. Well good. I'm glad you're there for these guys because i'm sure they feel lost and alone so all right well i appreciate you coming on. Frank you got it brother you take care man all right we'll see you guys By there you go. That's cool name. You're on the air names dustin. Hi destined guide brother. Thanks pretty bad situation. I found out my wife has had an emotional affair for two years. Is this a setup. Bit what was that okay. Tell us about it i mean just. She's been acting real suspiciously confronted her about it and she told me the worst part is is what the mutual friend so today's Pretty bad day so emotional so she hasn't done anything physical with this guy. No that's i mean that's what she says it's all just been snapchat and picture sent pictures of. Oh i'm sorry. Pictures of what Herself himself nude. You saw his stuff. Yeah unfortunately it's your friend. Yeah mutual use my friend before we got together so but not your friend anymore now absolutely not. How long were you married three years. Damn how are you twenty eight. Did i got two kids. Okay with her. Yeah okay that makes it a little tougher. What's the plan I haven't decided yet. i don't i don't know where to go. What she say. She's sorry she wants to work it out. She says so. I was a mistake and she wants to work past Just i don't know if it's worth it. Why calling us. I just found out and we know what to do really. Yeah that's a good. I like this. I thought it was a bit. I good okay. What about calling or should we call her. God what are you afraid to her. She's the one in the wrong. What are you lose. I mean. I don't know if this is something. I should really be out the public. Where do you live you in cincinnati. You what part of town downtown downtown. Nobody lives downtown. I do okay. I mean you got two kids and that's tough obviously so you can't just walk away from something like this chris dot kids. What would you do if your wife started snapchat in me. Personal pictures again. Yes well dude. I wa this to get the pictures of the guy. Do you have them know who get them. And put them out on social media. Yeah it's not like revenge corner kerley do that. It's not art. Just put back on. Say it's a statue you saw. Yeah is he doing well for himself. i mean as far as like in has positioned in line. Well yeah that and also in his pants. I mean i personally i feel like i look better okay. Good that's all the matter. What is did she say to you why she did it Really she has put the blame on you yet. Yeah dash common. Because she said. I didn't do anything. He was just an emotional support guy. Yeah that's just you know what they say a shoulder to cry on. She never said she never said why. No we like. I said i just. I found out probably thirty five forty minutes ago. Oh damn now. You're giving her time to come up with an excuse and blame you. I mean personally. If if that were me i'd probably just put her out the kids. I you could still see your kids. You can still be a great dad. That does not take away. I know you being able to be a great dad. How old are your kids. Five and three. They need their dad to work through it. I just. I don't know why you gotta be able to get over that mentally. Yeah yeah and. I know you're bummed out. Okay you're not going to Don't hurt yourself or anybody else. i'm. I'm not a good okay. All right well I don't know adults to say because we've come upon the quarter hour and around lock go but good keep us You know people listen to keep us in the loop on it. I thank you guys call like that but you have to call more after the quarter hours. Okay because we're we're strict with the clocks. We can't even if you're about the do something horribly seven. Whatever i have to play commercial a little bit upset. I thought she'd keep her mouth shut. Kit chris show friday morning. You know what we do. We opened up those phones. And let you talk about whatever you on at five one. Three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. it's wide open so whatever. We've had a plethora of interesting things today already. Okay we still got time. Obviously free to call it. Just let me pick up to say who you are your name and all that stuff right so five one. Three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. That's the phone number. You're on the air what's up. Oh it's creepy teddy teddy. We got a lot of feedback from your call last time. Creepy teddy is a guy that calls. And he's a fan of the show but he likes to He's a big fan of listening to To my voice and enjoys making himself feel he thinks my voice makes them feel good and he likes to help himself feel good. How are you doing teddy. Where are you home you working. How long oh oh yeah. I hear you on speakerphone now. I've got my headsets. On my on my ears i see i if you just hanging out you laying down or laying down hiding that. Yeah i just lay in dallas and then the shell have some fun Man do that's what you do She want to ask you something. I'm all ears broke. You know that we're friends. The friends i never go on their own and all the health. You does all all time more so the only kind of being on the radio. What's your favorite band favorite bands like rock and Abm follow slowing be follows. Tommy that becomes. It's timber labor day. Weekend but i think a lot of flesh radio and everything go evening talking so very happy you make you feel good make you happy turned telling me so bad making happy. A mega so birdman that happened. Let me tell me yeah. I'll say ten times that's all you need is. Excuse me i want to say students. Hif- the hobby guy. I'll make you happy. Make you feel better take pay. Okay yeah do it slow. You ready okay. Here we go. Excuse me excuse me. Excuse me excuse me. Excuse me phone okay. 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I would i would let you but There's the covert thing. We're not allowed to have guests in here and all that stuff. Yeah so when it's over yes we're still hearing sure that'd be awesome because It's actually wasn't mine. It was my aunt. Okay i wanted. I wanted to get a nine four. Yeah i see. Those people sell the kill. Wbz and albums and stuff on ebay and all that people buy. That's all do that. Yeah now you're going to sell it right. I know you as a awesome do. That's right all right. Wb rock very good dude. Why call him in hato bombecks. Stay safe kate chris.

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