14 Burst results for "Cova Coleman"

"cova coleman" Discussed on Hack

Hack

06:42 min | 1 year ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on Hack

"Great now your switch to good main goals reference and could you choose to other friends to hang out with and no one else. That's the policy. New south wales have people under eighteen. Now eight and can choose to others to be in their bubble. They can go to each other's house but the health what is say. All three people must stay in that bubble so change your mind and leave and full another bobble surrounding me of school days when it was such a big deal which group you're in these restrictions are causing we'd situations where the government is basically may ios exclude. Some of our mates also awkward to call me. I want your main goal stories when if you felt excluded all have you been the exclude. Or maybe you've been in just like yes such high demand. I won't only stories. Maybe now maybe new school has won. Three hundred triple five. Three six is a how you feeling about like that. Three person rule for like dozen in kids. It's just giving me like flashbacks to like. Yeah you like. Oh i haven't left up. Why am i not invited. It's just a weird but it feels really. How would you pick your friends and lucky with saying what if you're the one who's everyone's asking you to bay there but i mean yeah i guess it's good in a way that this something to maybe have that social interaction because young people's cools really. Need that. but you have three peasant. Threes a tricky number two. Maybe four would be better that. Why is it like an odd number like five person picnics. Three-person these it's like asking for someone to be left up. I dunno a fifth wheel right role the every picnic. Now everyone's like inviting you Targets gets better so you can go and picnic looking outside right now. Oh my goodness mate. He's a real. Hey what is your criteria criteria. When you're choosing the people to be in your bubble like someone with a pool or big house will like what would you be looking for well if the weather improves. It's definitely a pool and a big. That'd be fantastic. Really not just advise is not enough. I want like a really really big. I want options. Yeah yeah yeah and probably. I've got such a pedantic list of demands which is why haven't been asked by many people to be part of their singles bubble. I think that's what's going on here dealing in brisbane. What's you'll like. Yeah friendship story. Yeah well. I haven't been in hospital in quite a while but i do Recall being on the fringe of to friendship groups rather than having one solid one. Allow you a swing vote. Yeah exactly always been a bit of a centrist but anyway Would have had zero friends in in this situation and i could only think of how horrible that would have been That sucks yeah. Because you like we can be friends man. I'll be afraid if you want to be crazy now. I'm in queensland no fence but are we on dealing cooling in that someone's texted. This reminds me of those taught friends least zone my space. Yeah you can only have like eight people that you choose which is definitely fruit. someone else. i'm in my twenties. I only have like two friends in total anyway. Yeah that's true that makes it much easier. It is interesting there. He's like obviously todd. 'cause like some of the country like dylan of not in too much. Look down in places like queensland but all the parts like sydney melvina bit in lots of lockdowns how you feeling starting to reenter social situations. Well let's wait in melbourne ride because we've been kind of yoyoing in and out of the know that previously when we've vein nodding lockdown going out to dinner with friends. You kind of stressing about like you. I have been anxious of changed my outfit six times. I don't know what to wear what to do. And and i've been really privileged because i've been able to work through the i think paypal assigned to me as well. They don't know how to have a normal conversation anymore. It's just like cova cova coleman so you know. The earthquake was a nice distraction it is. It's always like how how's vid vain and it's like yeah it's been fun. That's standard chat. I think people from person. They're like what are you doing this way. can you like. Oh i'm going to call them the chemists tarn. How do you think it'll change our friendships. And how we socialize with people going full at the fact that we have had to do things in really small bubbles and you. Bit exclusionary yeah. I wonder whether a particular victorians as we had like the longest lockdown in the world. Now when we come out of a wonder whether there'll be this kind of like surge an uptake in cramming as many social interactions in as and then and then that kind of like that will just That spot just fall and we'll be like not a conduit. i'm overwhelmed. This is too much. And i actually locate economist. Locked down a little bit. Like i miss being. I wanted to stay home and not having to make excuses for not attending events and not having to worry about things i think for mayor i. It's it's about having the option as well. I don't wanna go out. But i don't want other people to also not have to go out like i. Do you know what i mean like. It's like i just want the choice. Yeah i wanna stay at home in my pajamas and do nothing all day today. That's what i feel whereas other days you know other days. It's like yeah. I really wish i could go up. She had nice weather during earlier in the week I it's just such a shame that we're all kind of like cooped up at home and yeah it's it's Particularly when you say like kids out and they boxed and stuff it just reminds me of like growing up and just thinking how many missed opportunities other. You know that you need students and people at taif and stuff. And i'm just like well you meant to be out meeting people doing things and you're just not and it makes me really sad. I also just want to call out. That you'll worth in melvin and talking a lot about the bad weather but other parts of australia having nice weather you know just to rub it in. We know about it. That really didn't let i actually was too far. It's too much ground. Move this week on the ground like that is an actual thing yup. So he's texted. I left my old housemate's and moved. So i was able to be within my best night's five k. Bobble here in breezy. Wow that is commitment and really hot will be nice someone else. If i was at school for this bubble i would be devastated. It would crush my self esteem. I was excluded as it was anyway. This would have made it. Follow us and far more obvious.

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"cova coleman" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"It's taken time to get sports fans to get really really into the nfl. I thought it was immediate. I really do. Maybe i have the blinders on. But i thought it was immediate. Your team is back. no. I don't think it's i know people are like that because i do have friends. That are rams fans and they were very like ou might team is back home right. That was the thing. It's back home. But i it's because they had an uncle or whatever whatever that we're rams fans in that kind of just went into their blood right to be a fan here but a lot of us are a lot of my friends are rams fat. I mean raider fans or there you know forty niner fans are. I am one of our friend. Who yeah who cares about albouy cowboy fans and patriots like they don't really have a connection to these two teams but for me. I just when i think of la. When i think of valley sports. I think lakers and dodgers like that. You know now a little bit more with like the galaxy and of course l. Afc which i'm going to go see tonight but you start seeing that too but it wasn't big football in it. I don't see kind of filled the void for a while with that's college but it's still football. Generation lost really generation to generation of of people. Who who was only on tv and remember demarco. This generation people like laura when they turned on their tv on sundays. They had the cowboy game on fox. 'cause usually the number one game and they had call it a patriots game or steelers game or something on cbs. And so that the networks gave you the best game. They didn't give you the closest local game. There's fans this brings up a point about matthew stafford. I think for him to win. Over people like laura not only does he have to win one he may have to win to really yes to win. Those fans like you said that generation of lost fans. I'm not sure if one would be enough it would be enough for me. It'd be enough for for any franchise to win those fans. You have to win twice see. I don't agree. And i go to break but it's because right now to get football in la you have to win one. You have to win that one to be like. Oh look at that now. We got the dodgers winning championship. We got the lakers winning champions and the rams nhl it all it all brings it in together in la of c- bringing home see. That's why the rams when they were in the super bowl they had the win fair enough fair. This is this is. There's more here hold on everybody. There's more here but coming up next. It's a game of would you rather now if you would like to call and ask a would you rather question. We begin. great calls as the week goes on eight. Seven seven seven ten. Espn eight seven seven seven. Three seven seven six. If you wanna call with a would you rather hit the phones. Otherwise bergman got one hundred of. He's just he's just he got them all over the place. Would you rather next on saddam cap on seventeen. Espn i got it. chris are. We're going to go to the phones. We have one on the phone for you. There guys many in ventura. What you got manny all idea on good fight okay. So would you rather have a freaky friday situation where he pushed by one of your parents or spend an entire week barefoot. Can you just say the freaky friday situation where you switched bodies with your parents o o or walked barefoot for a week for the whole weekend the whole weekend. they're not even like connected these two things. Okay that's okay now. Don't have to be scary. Just thought i got to put a lot of thought into this deep one. I know what you think tomorrow. Would you rather switch bodies with your parents or walk barefoot. Initially took barefoot. That was an easy one now. I'm thinking wait a minute. Hold on a sec. Cove it nasty. What walking barefoot comb really really sitting on the kobe. You walk in the jump. Meant okay guys. I'm just saying you walk barefoot. everywhere is a week. Okay but you probably at your house where it's cleaned well. I can walk barefoot at the beach or on the strand. You know and i can kick my shoes off. I will well. We know you left them on the top of the car last bringing a bulls. Just rewinding did okay. I'll take the freaky friday. That might be interesting to become for a weekend or a friday. If you became your mother for a weekend what would you be doing for the weekend. Oh i think. I'd go to vegas and party and have a great time and watch my brother's like freak out because that's what my mom won't do. You know what. I mean right. Yeah yeah see. Because if i switched bodies with my mom i would be like in some kind of like water. Aerobics class her retirement community. And then i'd spend the rest of my day sitting on my computer on facebook and playing solid c. It's you it's you you're just in your mom's body so you can do whatever you want. Oh so. I don't have to do what my mom. No you mean. You might wind up there but you can do whatever you want while you're there you're still you. You're just them at the same time or you know what. I'm making this a lot easier. I would rather go barefoot for the weekend okay. Stephanie giant puddle of cova coleman Walked barefoot and barefoot is barefoot. Is the right way to go okay. My whole goal in life is to wear shorts t shirts and sandals and just walk around with no shoes like the perfect way that is my life goal was before now i don't i don't wanna walk into the covert or whatever giants covert around the president. There's there's dog duty over there. Avoid that and then there's covert puddles over there void. That one and i did all right demarco. Would you rather only be able to listen to christmas songs all year round or only be able to watch nothing but horror movies. I'll take christmas music all year all year round. Yeah i see nothing but horror films. I can't stand those slasher blood horror movie type things. That's just not my genre really no. I can't do it. I used to way back in the day like before they got really silly. And.

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"cova coleman" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

Brewsing Banter

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on Brewsing Banter

"In bed joke. It's not. it's not that bad but it is. If we a free if you go to breakfast place. And i by the time. We're ready to go home. It's time you should breakfast breakfast. Straight push out dinner. Get out of here. And i run this stomach. I went to ultimately last we. Should i think i went to Mcdonald's the most when they started that whole breakfast on anytime. -oday it not that it's just because it was you know like it's it's bomber is great but you've noticed that sneaking cheese or whatever on a bagel or or to get you know a a stack of pancakes just at any a calm. I wanted you'll sidebar by that. Mcdonald's joe like locate a steak and cheese bagels bomb. I know it's really healthy. Shame on y'all for taking it all and you can like mcdonald's on more now. They cut bagels out since the pandemic. It's like muffins and biscuits mike. You take the bagel outputs. Keep them off shit. Chicken expensive ticket is expensive man. I went for lunch today and almost drove out the drive through. I was so mad. You spend mid-march. Oh my goodness. I got a to a two piece one side of this house. It was over ten. Yeah i forget where. I was which fasten place. It was went up every order. I spent one. I forget i think of it probably before the show is over but i went and got an extra value meal wherever one of the fast foods and a joint was like it was like eleven dollars value. Wasn't you got sweetie sweetie mill. I'm like no eleven dollars for just me a yo. What's he sweetie meal at mcdonald. Definitely i'm trying to remember what it was died a bit. It might have been that I think it might have been the double quarter pounder. Meal might have been ago definitely has something to do with shortage with the chicken. They can't put wings on the chicken anymore. Fucking chickens up because the pipeline is all screwed up still. It's still. I mean people just don't want yeah because i mean we have a pipeline here. We have people had Cove they were cova coleman all all all year down here and lower delaware so that through and then they had the one in Hope cocoa covert make it sound like it's a cool cover code orange code cove it because you way people without mastic and vaccination would disagree with you. They think it's cool shit right. We know gicquel they wanna take ya clipping. Kobe code is on somebody..

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"cova coleman" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

What Bitcoin Did

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did

"'cause they found superior alternatives to do what they were always intending to do as they do that as a start to sell bonds to buy bitcoin like why own a us treasury that yields fifty basis point when the government is two or three accident the supply of currency. That essentially will will celebrate. It will impair the credit impulse at the same time that Inducing the credit system to contract. Which because it's as as leveraged as it is will induce Basically the credit system to collapse not because of bitcoin but because the system itself is is so fragile and so unsustainable an ad as that happens it will actually accelerate the the quote need of the central bank to print more money to keep the system propped up and so it will actually feed on itself and accelerate whether the critical mass of bitcoin is ten percent of people or twenty percent of people. It's unclear but i think psychologically once it gets to that point where it's like one in ten people adopted bitcoin or two in ten One in five that that things begin to to really accelerate the that the marginal cost to adopt bitcoin and the uncertainty about it becomes lower and lower and its value proposition is inversely related to. It's really interesting because it feels like feels like we look closer to that point. And i thought we would be during this like i didn't expect to see companies come in by the amount decline sunday to government making bitcoin legal tender. Which is we want two weeks away from. That says seven happens I think that is going to be really interesting project for bitcoin with see how that plays out el salvador. See why she happens to the country. I mean how much are you roy on that almost like a testbed for lens into the future walk. Bitcoin camin for a country where it is legal tender that where is essentially i guess. Taking taking 'em away from their own government for the things they can do. I mean look. We know that don't have their own currency as it is but is putting them in a very different situation. Yeah and i think that you know. It will do wonders for el salvador. Ultimately i think that in terms of the grand scheme of bitcoin. what would most important function as that normalizes kind of re anchors. What is this because You know one brave soul or a group of brave souls. Were willing to to be early in that but the same thing is true. Virtually everything so michael sailor first person to come out and say i'm shifting over my corporate balance sheet to bitcoin to the tune of ninety percent of dude maybe now is like ninety five percents of right that that there there is always Like definition only somebody has to move. I right so i but i do agree with you. That that i wouldn't have expected company like micro strategy to come out and do that is early as they did or el salvador But to that question of it feels feels functionally different today than it did. Twenty four months ago in a in a critical thing happened. Which was there was a massive imbalance in the system. People attributed to cova coleman might have exacerbated that but when the fed came in imprinted three trillion dollars in three months that took people from being a frog in a pot of water that solely boils versus throwing a frog in a boiling pot of water..

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"cova coleman" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Well rents here in. Texas are through the roof trying to rent someplace is his crazy. Or i'm sarah you probably. Oh you're still living in the hotel. Aren't you yeah. Sarah has permanently moved into a hotel. She's now decided she's just a hotel girl. She's going to be live. Ching on your house yet because mine's going to be done in two weeks. Oh my gosh. Really yeah congratulations. Just a week. Who weeks it's done yesterday. I just posted this video on my on my instagram. I was going to bed last night. And i walk into my bedroom. Which has my parts of my living room family room. A little bit of my office sure And and and it's all in my master bedroom and so i took a instagram Video of it. And that's when i. That's when i discovered because they told me. Oh be too. you know. it's gonna be two weeks two weeks or a couple of weeks. A couple of weeks is all going to be done and So i was just kinda scan the room until i got right next to my nightstand. Where the the face plate four. The dishwasher was living. And i'm like i think is gonna be longer than two weeks. I just think it's going to be a little longer than two weeks. But maybe that's just me anyway. So shelter is up two point. Eight transportation services are up six point four. Now let me get to this one. Because they're blaming this all on cove it all cova doll. Cova coleman cold carlton. That's why it's going to be transferring. Transito you know. It's not all cove it because where is where are we really getting. Hit listen to these numbers. Energy overall is up twenty three percent. So you're paying twenty three percent more for the energy sector. Yeah could just add onto that clinton the all the spending obviously is a huge part of this to multi. We spent five trillion dollars. Covert have another five trillion around the corner on infrastructure and basically green new deal with a different name but the green new deal part of this multiple trillions of dollars at around the corner. He's going to make that number much much worse. Not just because of the spending but because what we're going to do is take away cheap energy in implement expensive energy so it's going to get in mali where love relying on opec now. Our our solar panels were willing shirk. Our our gasoline is up forty one percent four year over year. Forty one percent say.

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"cova coleman" Discussed on The Financial Guys

The Financial Guys

08:27 min | 1 year ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on The Financial Guys

"General's kids to him was in all of those girls. Now let's pick a different state and do would not such to last no radical track record of sexual harassment. Well real again now. He's he's now. he's a leader. He's coming back around now. He's about this. Is i love you win. Awards yeah create the progress right present. 'cause the present on a whole list of things right higher gas prices caused the problem by restricting drilling and killing the pipeline solution of more taxes on gas. Make sense. I mean these make sense to me because we're letting criminals jail no problem advanced sexual harassment. Training video would have certainly changed. There's no doubt about that if we had better video. And our yeah to our video and you know and if somebody workplace and your in your sixty s had been raped we've probably should put a section at about you know making sure that we don't constantly bombard them about what was it like. How do feel how you know that type of. That's just. I would known i wouldn't have known. Yeah good good. I'm just i just i. I would just flabbergasted if he came out and said and if you have somebody organization that's been sexually harassed or assaulted use them as the example in office defied before people unbelievable. I've got just relative. I've got a relative that we can use as an example. Yeah that's good. We'll keep unreleased get in here. I mean this is my cousin. Least fellow come on come on up here. Tell them about your experience when you're in high school. What is the matter with. you never know. How sexually active are you deep. Give me a break and the guidance counselor all loving inclusive guidance. Counselor thanks all right. Let's see what if we can get to the rest of this. I'm sure can't wait. Can't wait a whole team. that's good. Good yeah gimme. Jeez mazdas for a second here pasta. He works so hard. This dirtbag works. He works so hard that he had time in the middle of cova to write a book. That's how hard they work. That's how hard right was focused on. Helping the citizens tax payers pay him at the height. He had time to write a whole cova book joke. Gimme a harvard until now to right. Mike waited now. He's started using it right out of the gate really know it all kinds of book. Paddock himself on the bed. Telling everybody they shouldn't be moving around the state. You should be on lockdown as he had all one hundred percent intentions of flying from new york city on a private jet to watch the buffalo bills play until enough people that don't live in the city that aren't left wing. Nutjob said you're not coming into buffalo. That's garbage that's ridiculous. You're telling the rest of us the lockdown and you're flying back and forth and he's sort of got the message joke working rake massless and and it was hugging people down there right. I mean this is the thing. This guy did do it if they can get away with. That's the thing they can get away with that he wasn't we were out of. The country was appalled that during it. They're telling everybody else. Don't friends and family go back in lockdowns again. Put the mass back on his sixtieth birthday party. And seven hundred people from around the world and minute. now it's just but if he could have gotten away with it if he could have gotten away with it on if you could have gotten away he got his shell put out a show. Put a voicemail message voice. Shot message glenda. Everybody in virginia. Please make sure they're On my back. Yeah you're there. You're just keep freezing up your. I'm getting that or not but it's glitches up this point so so michelle my bell. Michelle sends out. a voice. shot messaged everybody in virginia. How they need to make sure. They're on lockdown. Stay home you only go out for essential items right. Meanwhile at that very moment her husband is out golfing with three other. People's three other mates hanging out You know drinks in hand five away having fun mask on the golf course. I mean these people are unreal but we continue to allow them to get away with it. I mean the. They're they're superheroes right. I mean how many times have we set on this. Show these dirtbags by an oceanfront piece of property with fourteen bedrooms as they're telling you the sea levels are going to rise. Were all going to die and shame on you. Nobody needs a six bedroom house with two kids. That's what he says. I think by a fourteen or right. I'm rochat they get away with it time and time again. This guy's not done. he's not done. Mark my words. He's going to go away a little bit like herpes. he's going to go away and he'll resurface. It'll be somewhere else. Sores or not done for the american people you know. It's really embarrassing. Is the people. That are still supporting. This guy asked him on twitter on on on our facebook. Somebody said in our twenties said literally. I don't want him to resign because that would set the bar. He deserves his day in court. Are you brain dead seriously. You just have to wonder these people. Like i would be looking at if it were me. I'd be scraping the biden sticker off the back of my truck by now. I mean seriously honest to god i mean those people say i voted for. I'm happy about it like i. Don't i mean okay happy about the flooding illegals over the border that are bringing cove. We're not. I have to wear a mask. They don't have to wear a mass. I have to have a vaccine passport to get into a restaurant. In new york city illegals can walk into the country with no no passport. No vaccine. oh how about. They're not even vaccinating. If you are serious about vaccinating as much the population possible wouldn't you be vaccinating. The people in the detention centers. Listen we can either a ship back the border or be giving this vaccine and driving to a city in your choice drives choice. Here's a gift card and a basket of. They're not even doing that. We're we're gonna. We're gonna drive you to florida and then we're gonna say three hundred percent now. Southern to santa's has got a brain in his nissan. We'll wait a minute. They are up three hundred percent. But only because you brought these illegal aliens and oh and by the way it's three hundred percent from the very bottom right so we had thousand cases and now we've got two or three and the percentages are much easier but of course they can't just say we went from three cases to six to nine or they've got to say we're up one hundred percent. We're up two hundred percent right the scare tactics. And by the way. Such as cova coleman call his co. vince over if the mainstream media wasn't such dirtbags right. Nobody's dying co but we had zero deaths last week. Is the biggest problem for these illegal. Immigrants are the ms thirteen gang members that continued ring heroin and massive amounts of drugs into our system. And i'm not talking about pot. I'm not talking about some somebody having some gumy's to get rid of their stress. I'm talking about people putting needles in their arms. We you were showing me a video or if you go on youtube they will post it on our facebook our but i mean some of these inner cities. They looked like zombies. I mean they're just totally strung out on heroin. That's ninety percent of that coming through that lower.

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"cova coleman" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

The Rush Limbaugh Show

07:59 min | 1 year ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show

"To the clay travis and buck sexton show buck member go to klay and buck dot com website for updates stories news all kinds of good things photos of claes cats. Which for you dog folks out there. We're not running an official contest or anything. Although come on we gotta make sure the dogs win but to lula. The french bulldog went up on clan dot com and clays cats up. And there's all this love for the cat. So i'm just saying for the dog folks out there you gotta go on clay dot com also to renew stories. It's not just about the the pet photos we put on. I'm honestly stunned. By how much interest there are has been in the cats and And as As we break it down. There's a lot of good stuff up there we got. We should give more credit. Let me do it right now. To the entire staff that we have inherited that surrounded rush limbaugh and we're over a month end of the show now and they have a well oiled machine and we have stepped in and hopefully not slowed them down at all but the behind the scenes people who you hear us occasionally mentioned have done a pretty fantastic job. What's the days running teams team in the business. So clay and buck dot com is being run by the same people that have been running russia's russia's online for for years and years so go to clan buck dot com. Check that out. We did want to take some calls but before we get to the calls. I just want to note that we have a cancel culture situation to discuss with you in the third hour And i one thing that will always do here is tell you the truth and make sure that you know what you need to know to assess where we're coming from things. Black rifle coffee was the subject of a new york times magazine profile of the weekend. Got a lot of attention and a lot of people on the right are pretty angry now. We're going to have the black rifle. Ceo evan hafer. And i wanna tell you while they're not sponsors of this show who are having them on to talk about the cancel culture situation. They could be at some point a future. I've had them on a sponsor in the past. And i will also tell you that i consider avenue the founders of black rifle to be friends so play and i are going to ask them. What's going on here. But i want you to know that. Here's a situation where someone that i think A group that i think has done. Some great stuff is getting a lot of heat on the right and we want them to explain why we want them to be able to tell you what's really going on here because they say clay. It's a hit piece man. They got taken out of context. And i think they should have the right to make that case to everybody. Yeah look and we're in a good spot where we have the biggest radio show in the country and so sometimes when controversies arise people have options to go and talk to a ton of different sources out there right and we have because of you guys such a monumentally massive audience that sometimes one of the most effective inefficient things to do is go right to the biggest audience you can find and so that's why they wanna come on and talk talk with us and talk to you guys so i i'm curious to see how this is gonna go. We're taking some of your calls in the meantime been. We haven't done that yet so far today. Who should we go to. I buck tom and richfield do tom. Yes here how you guys good. What's going on. I just wanna just preface my comments by saying that i was thirty plus faith listener for rush limbaugh. I'm bishop gary. I think It was a little rough transition from list. Not listening to him and then listening guys but you do a great job and i'm thankful that you're there because there's such a weight when you drive all day for a living you don't get too many commute Community people to hugh that it's reassurance. He was a mentor was an inspiration. He told me to seek facts on my own and how to find the truth in a morass media media. Tom we share. We share that with you. Mean rush was a a a mentor on the air and then obviously as a guest hosted of guest hosted forum for years and clays inspired by russia's well. So we're we're with you on that. But what's your thought about the democrats okay. So my comment is this. I think looking back. And i'm gonna power face. What was said but the greatest dissemination of this information throughout the media was kamala harris. And that's because she had the biggest largest bully pulpit and she said and i'm paraphrasing. i would not take the vaccine of donald trump. who's advocating or promoting it. Now this is the same vaccine. That biden is now swearing. By and i would think since she was able to get wall to wall media coverage without that sound bite that probably three hundred million people in the united states but she said out of those we know at least seventy five seventy seven million people voted for her and joe biden so she got to influence half the population of the united states to at least the doubtful or in some way have some suspicion about that vaccine because what she i clicked tom. You're making thank you so much for calling in from connecticut. You're making a clay. He's an excellent point here. The origins really in at least american political discourse a vaccine hesitancy came from democrats like vitamin harris themselves. Who were saying. I mean you know. Maybe you can't trust vaccine under trump's fda. They absolutely did it. That there's no doubt. And i think people i understand the argument of hey. We need science to not be political. But i don't understand how anybody out there who has listened to everything. Our public scientists have said since march of twenty twenty can come to any other conclusion other than it's all political and i think it's unfortunate but that's where we are and that's why. I'm afraid that we're going to end up in bach. Another lockdown before all is said and done in. This process got is where we are headed. You got a new york city councilman. Thank you producer alley for sending us to us. right now. New york city councilman saying he wants mandate back in new york. Biggest city in the country folks can in texas. You've got some thoughts on it a buck. It's an honor to speak to you. Guys the The politicians in in california and gathered in particular requiring people who are vaccinated to wear a mask. That is clearly overdoing their authority. And i predict you got there. The guy i predicted this last year. That was this. Kobe virus initially set in that liberals will take advantage of this and use it because they they are absolutely into control. And now that the del delta buried is coming back. they're licking their chops. 'cause every minute of it i it's time for these people these people in california anywhere else if you're vaccinated. You should not have to wear that. People need to stand up to this. The how can. I feel like you just shouldn't don't wear masks period. Syria i if the data doesn't reflect in buchan mine's mine again and we try to use the actual data. The data doesn't reflect. That mask made any difference at all. If you compare different state outcomes based on the way that they the choices that they made in other words if you look at florida and you look at texas and you compare them with california new york. Florida and texas. Far less draconian in terms of what they required compared to new york in california yet. Florida and texas have lower rates of cova coleman infection cova deaths than those other places and so what bucket i try to do is share data with you real facts and try to make sense of it and sometimes that can be challenging in real time. That's what we're trying to do. Right now is the stock market is down nearly a thousand points but back when we come back we're to be joined by the guys at black rifle coffee to talk about what they are going through right now as they find themselves at the center of a media storm based on a new york times article that went up on the front page new york times magazine over the weekend and that should be a pretty interesting. We're we're going to see the founder of black rifle on.

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"cova coleman" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

06:41 min | 1 year ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Yes. People welcome to the second hour of power. Actually this is power hour number. Three on no no one second now scarred. Welcome to the second hour of power. Thank you here on double toasted movie extravaganza eight big crumbs power hours. This is ladies and gentlemen. We are a big crime this year. I am cova coleman over here have the great. Oh shit that's right. Yes i like that graduated. Thank you i appreciate it. Thanks diploma the. Hey never get lost. Will you know what your man now. We're not allowed to you. Thank you link incheon. Welcome to the show everybody to have you here. Welcome to our second power our our second hour of power if you will big crumbs what is this. You were just talking about movies. Not his craziness is coming up. What the hell you doin' people were combined into shows. I you saw the movie review. Show that we do. And now we are onto the video game discussion. Show that we do here on double toasted which just a dash variety don't hit. Don't not too much now. I wanna ruin the stats right now folks. We have a lot of stuff to do. Hit a day making good time though. It's good that make an actual actually very good time here and you know what asking the last show got asked his new show coming up right now house. My stream is a good so far. I changed a few things over here and want to make sure that the stream was going to run smooth because it's been choppy the last few nights and figured out why not going to go into details but i think i fixed it so i think that we nothing but smooth sailing. All alrighty say all good well folks you know what we said it for the last show but we gotta we gotta get together fresh for this when people ladies and gentlemen you saw them in the first hour power they have back again for more power than our gentlemen still here with. This is the chad fan starring. Og chat and them side bitches over there. How ya doing bitches was up over here. Who still with att harder or ut hard ardor. We have main two hundred s meals. Video club random. Ooh that sounds like a fun place. The black knight lawrence nineteen nine hundred laws house. Celebrity toasty slayer zero nine. Six is up in here with you. Cartoon muppet goes fox. Twelve still here. The hard boiled one no hit harder than ever more boiled. The is not good at all. Oh too tall. Two thousand four is is. What's up. chris. Yes they say witnessed us angry as i was wondering i was just thinking about you angry. And thank you luke. The bosses i'm here. Everybody stopped playing boss bosses here. We work we work in an angry age. Just gimme dem crumbs up in here. We got to give. Oh hello. hello. Chris how're you doing horrible and says hard indeed him. Yes don't you forget it sexual king larry's is her in her killer. Oh by the way they got it right there. We didn't mention this but for what will they give luca people use a channel points for that and they got us right man. Yeah like they know us better than i thought they did. Eighty two percent set. Yes that would give it a matinee tempests full price simpson says rental to percents that better than sex but nobody thought that we would give some more bullish not jostle saw consensus a lot of people. It's like it's good. Let's knock pixar best films. It's entertaining that. I don't know oh corey. I sent you a quick email. Is it quick though. You're never quick people say that and then it's like read these three paragraphs and look at this video. Peron's email right here. Email can get you around email man. I'm gonna read it after all. You gave twenty very generous very generous. Love you math for gonna turn a gut you man couple of dinners on me by by a lot of drinks we're gonna make good man was wondering. I know this is the second part of the show. I'm not expecting it now. But i was just waiting to see you know since the fresh show with the hype train. Not not not not expecting one because we can get into this into this. We get outta town really. Yes really for raw austin manta gushing man. You know you've been so nice to us. I guess. I gotta do some nice shit for you. I'm sure you got all your shots. Up there in canada so he can come down. What's the about inputs. Twenty six right now. Young are totally. Because i feel like wires. Yeah i know what i'm hitting. The wire with some plastic wrap around. It is hard. Plus like is that his name. Chris the rapped over here for us. But i don't drink you will damage. I'll come with. We'll fix that awesome. Awesome when you get off in this town. There's alcohol in the atmosphere. I'll have good sober in the scared. Get drowsy really. Oh let's see here. Who puts the cold feet on. Who i do i do is the alberta relationship you know what i'm waiting for somebody to put put bertone. Black face appears as you would on black bass. Put a beard on luca swap or heads up. You gotta do to swap ahead very simple. Yeah even though berkeley..

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"cova coleman" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on Double Toasted

"One hundred percent less. Yeah bitch. I don't want that sound right now. He was pretty nicely. But i was acquired a little while ago. Airbus island said that we saw peaceful. It was so peaceful we can hear your dumb ass you know what. Take the sound off again. People is good to have you here. I am cova. Coleman ms me ms pixie it missed us. Green over here welcome. Everybody does how you doing sir. Doing good man. Protest people haven't been hit you life happening. You know nieces nephews deciding important graduate. Bang so i've gotta feed it to support the the chair in their children but the charon the people. I'm gonna tell you what happened with this so we would try a new system here. We would try not the new where we have this box as trying to improve the stream and we had carlos trying to work with this day. I appreciate carlos trying to help us out but apparently still comes. I'll look and funny and you have. Here's the here's the device right here. So this device is called the live you solo ads. You see this sir so this has to modems on the back of these two modems. They they say that the terminology here is that they bond. Ooh they work with each other but they don't work with me so i was gonna say so romantic. Three's a crowd the third wheel up in here. We don't need you man. So i was trying to use this because this is what we use to go out and we do streaming on location. We're going on eating and stuff like that. We bring people with homes is actually pretty cool but it ain't too cool and trying to use it for the stream. The reason why. I was trying to use it but this dream is because the stream has been dropping frames. Lali not as bad as it used to but it just hasn't been very smooth so this is something everybody told me if you get this not only in addition to using this for you in the wife's escapades out there but you can also use this to make your signal even stronger. That turned out to be a damn lie so wrong about it. Maybe you can do. Maybe we need to vanessa to something but we're not gonna have to stop the show. Today's those back back to the old way. But yet i digress. Y'all doing today. Good to see man Happy things working out. Yes i mean. Hey you know. What as i said the show always go on one way. Another topic.

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"cova coleman" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

Restaurant Tales

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on Restaurant Tales

"Yeah it's a it's a good place a good place in the ability to i mean the staff that has come and gone to cultivate the regular staff. That is the regular clientele. It's their right now. So fucking impressive yeah. It's so impressive. The amount of people that have come back there that moved away and still wanna come in and like you know it's it's it's just there's something special about events just one of those best bars like bars that have it. Have that intangible thing that makes you just want to go and spend time there secret is we have no back of house. We have no front of house. It is just a bar. Yeah that's true. Yeah we have a patio but just a bar. Yeah i mean. We don't have popcorn right now. I missed the popcorn. It's gonna come back. I don't miss cleaning. Oh my goodness bob born was in today really really. Bob is still alive and kickin like he's going to outlive us all. Probably he's seventy seven years old. Wait so why did the popcorn disappear. Cova coleman covert is in the height of kobe. You didn't really want people digging around in popcorn into a big also. I don't want to serve everyone. That wants popcorn popcorn. That's not yeah that's true. You need to earn that privilege. It's a right it's a privilege it's so funny in like a bar setting the people that most need. The popcorn are probably the least cornish because there could be an awkward Worst that is ben me at one point in time. Go to one up and go. Oh no i never. I never even try and catch it in my mouth might am. I like hand eye. Coordination is and you should see these kids. you know. we have the little Boats yeah popcorn loaded up they take it to their table and their friend just goes yup knocks it right out of their hand. Possible goes everywhere. I will say this. And i think alex you'll probably test as well the thing though is that The popcorn kind of soaks up on that list popcorn over the floor kind of so spilled booze end of the night united need degrees eighty percent humidity that it is but you sweep the popcorn and that just like takes care of all the booze it was built as well say you have to shampoo the carpets less and more. I don't know anything man. Dan quayle dan shampoos. Those carpets way too frequently. And i love him for it. That bar smells so goddamn good. Every time i walk india you would never know buyer higher for a bar that Like i have cleaned up vomit. Really weird places in places as does smell really good. It does every time they never smells like still no like like like old beer..

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"cova coleman" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

The Vance Crowe Podcast

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on The Vance Crowe Podcast

"Somebody's gotta to pay it off assuming that there's no we can talk about the federal bailouts and all that but to me. There's no federal bailout. Then it's the ordinary ordinary people annoy. Who are on the hook for paying back. The problem is the debts gotten so large. We've we've made the armenta wire points. There's no way to fix it without cutting that debt. Either through either through bankruptcy or through some kind of reforms and to share with the unions or through some legal mechanism to cut those debts. It so much that they're trying to make people paid off unless you build a wall around illinois people. Continue to leave when you say it's so much. Hope van that put it in. Yeah so okay. There's moody's moody's rating agency arranged. Who it is you know. They they rate illinois. There is a bad up all the pension after they official number right the state puts out official numbers. Nobody believes there too low moodysson calculation. And when you add up all the pension debts and retiree health insurance dad's which pensioners get and you have for chicago for cook county for you all every local government in the in the state at the state level. It's about four hundred twenty billion dollars. Now that's a big number but it means nothing Foreign twenty billion dollars is about ninety thousand dollars a household so imagine you're living in in missouri you think about moving to illinois. Well if you move in you're going to assume in some way ninety thousand dollars of additional taxes to pay down not for not for current services not for better roads not for not for your schools is to pay down simply the old pension debt for services all for services already. So it's ninety thousand dollars a household well think about fat. That's a massive number and the numbers actually worse than that. Why because at least a quarter of the population is in poverty. So they'll never pay into into that four hundred twenty billion dollars so that means people like me and others who have means you'll have to pay so that number what is a hundred and fifty thousand two hundred thousand per household people just won't pay not to a corrupt government that won't fix things in the numbers only grow. The numbers only grow every every year. The debts are billions more than the year before and yet the state says we always have balanced budgets. Never true So so you know the way this plays out is is that it's so much that people just fleet and when people flee it's the same amount of debt on your people and so the numbers spirals up until young i don't know do we debated detroit if they hit a puerto rico so many people leave the debt so onerous that can pay it. Yeah i mean one of the You know you. And i. Before the show talked about the peter thiel paradox in my peter thiel has been for awhile although it no longer works because people agree with me is missouri oughta just set a little money aside and wait for the state of illinois eventually crumble and then we should buy cahokia mounds which i think is a national. You know international treasurer. And do you think it will get to that point that the state of illinois will be forced to sell off important parts of it. Will they ever sell off land itself so this is where it gets complex. Cova coleman cova change the rules of the game for everything all right so here here..

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"cova coleman" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

Coronavirus Daily

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on Coronavirus Daily

"You can walk around the neighborhoods of kent washington. That's south seattle and here a lot. The different languages mandarin and vietnamese korean span is leon. Richardson is with the county health department. He says they thought about the diversity in the area when they opened a mass vaccination site at a local hockey arena. This month we really had to leverage our staff on site that's bilingual which is just an addictive of all the different cultures and populations that were were reaching. The county chose this site specifically to reach those at highest risk of covid nineteen and people who might have a hard time getting vaccine through what they call traditional healthcare systems. They're trying to change the story about who has access to a vaccine data from this area. Show that overall communities of color are getting vaccinated at lower rates than whites as for how that compares to nationwide data turns out. We don't really know if we could at least six gifted data that gives us a starting point. Dr joy crear perry is with a group called the we must count coalition which is pushing for states and the federal government to collect more data on race and ethnicity for vaccine rollouts the cdc race or ethnicity data for about half of americans who've been vaccinated. What does exist show. Black and latino people are way underrepresented moving around line trying to make decisions around where to send vaccine without having information. That's what kills communities who were net centered. Consider this. we may not know everything about who's being vaccinated but we know a lot about where vaccination sites are and a new npr analysis of those sites reveals stark differences. Who has easy access to a shot. And who doesn't from npr. I'm audie cornish. it's monday february eighth. This message comes from. Npr sponsor searchlight pictures presenting nomad land. Frances mcdormand stars as van dwelling modern day nomads embarking on a journey through the vast landscape of the american west in theaters across the us and streaming on hulu february nineteen. This message comes from npr sponsor. Worby partner glasses started ninety five dollars including prescription lenses sunglasses. Progressives and blue light lenses are also available. Try five pairs of glasses at home for free at worby. Parker dot com slash. Consider this my name. Is peter segal and i'm here to interrupt your very serious beer gas to tell you about another. Npr podcast mainly mind. We don't tell me chances. Are that right now. You're enjoying an earnest serious treatment of some serious topic in the news or perhaps history science. That's great really well. That's not what we do because people cannot live on sirius alone. Listen now the wait wait. Don't tell me podcast from npr. It's considered this from. Npr getting vaccine doses to people who need them. The most requires a lot of trust. I am the son of farm workers that grew up in the community. And i have a spent a lot of time out in the fields working as a physician public health promoter i may messenger that That they trust parents. That's congressman raul. Ruiz of california spoke to npr. Recently we also need the local physicians and we need the priests and pastors and faith based leaders to go out and to communicate. This release is chair of the congressional hispanic caucus that group has been urging state leaders to prioritize food and agriculture workers for vaccination latinos make up more than a third of the workforce in those industries but nearly three quarters of confirmed corona virus cases re said the people in his district need more vaccine doses and more access but he's also worried about misinformation. The here that the vaccine is gonna make them sit with kovic their concerns about the cost. Some of the documentaries are concerned about whether or not they need to register and put their name somewhere and so the important part is that the messenger has to be someone who's trusted working with trusted. Messengers is what they're doing at that kings county health department in seattle. Were some aid. Groups were given early access to sign up for the mass vaccination site that would definitely be an example of what worked more of that would be great. Janice gucci is the executive director of neighborhood. House they work with low income seniors in the seattle area she says vaccine doses should go directly to primary care doctors non white communities and the state needs a centralized waiting list before we go to the next round which is going to be of a mad dash at we ensured at there is equity and those vulnerable populations have access and across the board. Is you know. Equity is foundational to everything we do white house. Cova coleman eter jeff zion's in a call with reporters this month laid out the biden administration's plans to get more vaccines to heart communities. Armagh this week they'll begin to deliver more doses to local pharmacies especially ones that serve nonwhite communities and hard to reach areas the administration is also rolling out mobile vaccine units with that same goal and working to stand up more mass vaccination sites in arenas and stadiums with help from the national guard. We're doing all we possibly can with the.

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"cova coleman" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

10:31 min | 2 years ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Each other and we still can run the country in anti close. He's pretty impressive out. Think that she's eighty two full and very strong she. She comes right back. Well known a few eight year olds in my life and he knew there there. There seemed to be cognitive slip. Happy she's on. C- i mean she is on an and and yeah so. I'm thoroughly impressed with her. I think that she had said earlier on that. The agreement that she had made a with others the more progressive. The party is that she would serve two terms as speaker. This is the second term she was just elected to. And i'm hoping and i fully imagine that we're going to see some new individuals coming forward in leadership roles in we certainly see many of them come forward katie porter keep an eye on her she is a rockstar in our already. I think that she is doing it in outstanding job. She's a state rep She's a united states representative. And i just. I adore her. And i think that she's doing a lot of upgrade s. We wind down stephen What do you think what should we expect from by non once we get past all the impeachment hauer. That's gonna shake out you know he's really got For years now to to show us what can be gone. Where do you think are some of the top things. He's going to tackle i. Yeah so first and foremost it's coded cova coleman every piece every part of the government is going to be laser focused on kovin of any us through this crisis of helping americans get through and that's going to be everything from the health and medical side of things but it's also going to be on the support for our young families are young are small businesses a chimney bird. Small businesses have been held out to dry and and being able to see some real focus on delivering and and delivering in a way that not just his cutting blank checks to these offices but really helping the small businesses heat their staff. I think every one of us with our connections to the local business community can hold some really shining examples of folks. That said we're giving away. Were no longer taking salaries. But we're going to keep our staff employed where really going to lean in and and help our our young asked able to take care of their families. That's the thing that i think we're going to see. I think you're also waiting to see him wienand just because of his background. I think you're gonna see him. Really works to improve our standing on the national on the international i think he's gonna lean into a work with his counterparts throughout the world to be able to improve our standing. And i think that those are gonna be you know some of the things that we're going to see from him in his first hundred days that are probably gonna be the most To what i'm looking for the other thing is i'm going to forward to my whole world my whole day coming to a screeching halt because we're going to damage mode because of some wild tweet. That goes out. Like i'm really looking forward to being able to have that. We can plan that we can actually return to some norms. That is something important for me. Excuse me the last thing i want to say is having to justice department but no longer is beholding to political that this is gonna be a justice department. That is going to be free from political intervention. That it's gonna be it's gonna follow the facts that if you break a law. You're going to be held accountable. That is what we want to see. And i think that by doing those things President by will actually be able to get people to come to his side. That folks will give him the chance because they'll see it and biden is a big person to be able to say. Don't believe what i'm saying. Watch what i'm doing. And i think that's what we're going to see from him. I hope i hope you're right and i. I wish the best for him. I respect the office of the presidency. And i respect mr biden. You know winning the race. Taylor have anything you'd like to ask before we close young spot. Well we kinda talked about it. Last night's I would certainly like to live here and raise my kids here but a huge part of it for me like what is to see my kids public school. But we don't have the best public school system like the democrats bernie sir Plans or visions for education. Because i mean to me. That's just a huge factor deciding whether or not even stakes. I love ways. But it's usually out. It's a big deal for me. So yeah so look and obviously. I think that there's a lot of different ideas out there. But i'm a firm believer in in what clinton said when he was over in lake. Charles he said go to our schools. Find out what is working for them and then pay to replicated elsewhere. I think that's a really important thing for us to look at the problem that we've seen in one of the. I think the things that we are paying the price of the reagan era it is all taxes are bad. Look at the initiatives that we're doing here if we're take more constantly taking money away from those funds and the problem is that they're trying to balance that on the backs of the teachers while the problem i have with that. Is these teachers. That are now in their fifties. Okay agreed to defer compensation because of their retirement package because of their benefits package. They agreed to this work so that they would have that for themselves and ripping that a winning from them when they're ultimately two years to their retirement is not acceptable. So we we can do. Both we can honestly do both these things. We can have green schools that were reinvesting but we got lafayette high. And you will mmediately beat the most embarrassed person for any of the kids that have to call that their school it is falling down around the ankles of the kids that are going into every day in. We should all be appalled at that so we have to do better. But we have to have these honest dialogues. We have to go out there and have conversations with community and we got to get people to place where we can realize. We gotta be investing in our kids. How do you connect people in kobe. All their tax money doesn't go to what it says. It's four because that's a lot of people that i know were conservative data down for all taxes. Because they're like well they stakes for this. This but never is seven. It's just kind of like an all or nothing situation me. How do you convince them back. Their money's going where it's supposed to be going. Because i have to make sure that our leaders don't miss appropriate and send money elsewhere. So that's the first thing we gotta do. There's gotta be accountability on these individuals that are in office that are reshuffling these these monies being able to run everything through the general fund is not acceptable. We've got us for dedicating and we gotta start attaching one of the things that we saw over in. Calcutta she was there. Sheriff actually attached hitters increased millage to a covenant with the voters and said that ninety percent of this money is going to be used exactly for what we're italian you and if not i'm gonna come back in the air permission more of that. We're going to lean into being accountable and actually doing what we're saying we're gonna do to. There's too much fuzzy math. That goes on and all of this stuff and we're doing to ourselves. We did this year. We know when the airport tax is passed. It was for eight months and they kept their promise. All the money went to the airport. People voted for. It was masterful yet. Campaign lives impressive. Yeah that was. Larry side's group help in the airport commission but they did what they were getting a new air. That's exactly right. And i would also go back and argue The fiber optics the home. We did what we said we were going to do you back for those of us were involved heavily in back campaign iranian the democratic side of things. My friend john bertrand actually ran the republican side of things. That was so weird being in the same room with election day. Running our ops on it was so weird a by was it was something that that tier huma lettuce and ed and look every possible thing was thrown against him right every possible thing can even this day is still being a challenge but we delivered no one was gonna much higher bailed broads broadband. No was going to do that for us. And the amount of opportunities that is now provided to small businesses to educational opportunities for kids was huge. And so i will always put that feather in my cap and used as kind of a shining model of a community coming together and and really doing something for itself. Detailer of this has been great. Stephen hand work It's so good to hear your voice and to shine the light year. One of the people. I think that makes slap yet special and while we don't always probably agree on some of the political issues Again as i said in the opening our hearts are similar. Sa- thank you for taking time to share your thoughts and we'll see how the next few months unfold that i think locally. There's a lot to look forward here as we all start getting the vaccines and people emerge from this down. I'm looking forward to getting back to gnarled. Save me to. It was such a pleasure being here. Thank you so much for the invitation. Anytime you want to get together I'm there for you. Thank you also like to thank. Our listeners played subscribe to discover lafayette. You can go on your podcast app on your phone or device and we do a new podcast every week. This comes out on friday mornings and we have about one hundred. Eighty five hundred eighty six interviews statement. So there's lots choose from. And i want to thank our sponsors who make the podcast possible. I ideally bank. Which is now part i horizon. Thank you for your ongoing support as well as.

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"cova coleman" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

The Voicebot Podcast

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"cova coleman" Discussed on The Voicebot Podcast

"The person flew right but the flu needs to be bill in the i've These who built. So if we just automate the mundane not the easy. But you know the mundane the heavy lifting in terms of the administrative tat Tasks we help them with compliance issues. We help them with the regulatory. The billing issues is magic there and then we free physicians up. You know to practice medicine the way they really want. We call it. You know bringing back the joy of medicine and is this other notion. We have turning the chair around so turning the physician away from the laptop or the desktop back to back to the patient so they can have a conversation with the patient. And that's the super for us. That's really very very exciting. So i think this is twenty twenty. So it'd be remiss not to ask you how covid has changed your business I know you had a you had a really good I don't know if that was second. Quarter third quarter You know much better than people expected. Everybody else was contracting. Guys have had a little bit of a bomb. But i think healthcare was suggest to be one of those big things you guys. You beat beat estimates. I think to to the quarters. You're at the high end of the range this this most recent quarter so in some ways everyone looks at this and say hey covert is ben baby good for doing nuance his business. That'd be of value for the things they but the tell me a little bit about that like how is couve innate. Changed what you do what you're investing in what you think about. Every day is what's interesting. It's interesting it's I don't know if cova coleman itself has been the the reason for the success kind of in the performance of the company. I think we did a lot of were kind of when mark benjamin. The new ceo came in to try to really legitimately transfer transformed the company and we literally did a top to bottom complete transformation in every way possible in some of the most painful ways you could possibly imagine in terms of visiting the organization understanding what we do in how we do it in questioning kind of everything. We just kind of emerging from that and we're starting to see really really good offence of that terms of the products we bring to market the adoption of the pro. How we deal with the clients. That's kind of art on the cove side. I think we saw the same thing that everybody else did. Beginning last year in it or Last year knows actually nine months or so ask. Oh yeah. It seemed like last year so we saw like they're starting to be pressure on the hospitals. You know the folks that were trying to make decisions. The buy stuff started a turkey that the volume on that started to turn down. We couldn't get the callback like everybody else. That kind of lasted link thirty to sixty days and we saw some downward pressure on the business but then it really came back roaring just like you know we thought it might in a couple of things on the healthcare side. That happened in connect this as well. You know in the on the healthcare side. What happened is the digital front door. The hostile like woke up right and in the same way like an airline or a telco or a bank kind of institutions have digital for doors that are alive and well the only channel. You've got people coming in from all over the place well recognized that they had those channels but those channels were kind of hospital administrators. Kinda slow dancing with the because it was still a very kind of physical experience right. I would say more about ignoring it or or slogans but the reality is that our phone slake lit up because we talked to a big a big institution. Boston several weeks ago and they said they like the telehealth stuff went from twenty. Five hundred telehealth visits a month to three hundred thousand right in and when that happened it not only telehealth but it lit up the phone lines lit up the call center Lit up all the hanging out there so now all of a sudden omni channel is a fame right. it's it's a thing for hospitals and so we went from barely talking to folks about bringing enterprise technology to the healthcare space to patient engagement. And all that stuff kind of really lighting up a around a lot of conversations going to start relative to that also of course the telehealth stuff started so we bribe our dragon be inexperienced technology ability. Frost elicit conversation create clinical documentation. We brought that to telehealth right and we pivoted like on a dime relative to that. We respond really quickly. Also a whole bunch of stuff. In terms of intersects with a bunch of enterprise offers that we have now to when When everybody started to go virtual on the digital front door lit up folks realize like we can't put enough people on the phone lines to deal with the surge of questions that extra getting uncovered so putting virtual so putting the app so putting virtual agents in all digital channels. That kind of right so so healthcare kind of really. Well go away. It wasn't in the traditional sense the businesses that we've been serving for so long. All this new stuff happened in for us as a company that was a major luxury that we had. We have the enterprise business of nuance. That's been doing this forever. So he had a lot of east bring to the table so it was very good outcome. And then on the enterprise side basically you know governments you know municipalities all basically. Anybody who's receiving questions about cova in a general sense cities right. They started asking questions. Like how do we actually deal with us. Virtually again all of that stuff. Basically basically Woke up and then also on the enterprise side call center started. Virtual is because of the physical proximity problem so they sent all their call centers home. They didn't have any info especially in these foreign places you know. Third world is places. They didn't have any way to support those people from home. So the only way from big businesses to support their their clients appalling in is again digital technology. Virtual agents conversational. I yes. I hadn't really thought about that. So what are the things. I observed very early in the process. Early q. two of this year was that there was this surge issue in like knowing something about how call centers contact centers work They are generally designed for efficiency They're viewed as cost centers. Some people invest a little bit more. They certainly aren't Staff for the surge anomaly. Right there staffer maybe a little bit more than average but that would be about and particularly if you look at healthcare and government to areas that. Were getting the most calls. They're the least likely to be overstaffed for variety of reasons which we don't need to get into a the only way they could handle the surge is to have this and it seems to me that in healthcare. It's kind of like hollywood. You know the the old the old thing about hollywood is. There are five people who could green light a film visitor anymore but go back twenty years five can be invited. Everyone else only say so. It's not even really worth it to talk to anybody else. Because they can only say no. You just try to find those people and i think it's sort of like that and in healthcare it's it's always very easy to say no because you don't generally get in trouble for that and so that's why technology adoption is really slow Because everyone so risk averse but at some point it was amazing. What was going on people. Were like yes. I'm gonna put mets conversational chat bot to do this i'm gonna do scheduling automatically online to do this. I'm going to do telehealth all these things that they've been toying with the proof of concept in the concept of people don't know healthcare proof concepts go on for five six seven years because no one wants to pull the trigger and say yes the new operational procedure. Because what if something goes wrong. Who's holding the bag. All of the sudden they're like we haven't excused covid made us do it so it's almost like all the things they wanted to do now they had to do in. This was the excuse to get it through percent. It is part of the beauty of by the way kind of happy happy accident. Is that our health care. Clients didn't realize that we were actually in the enterprise space because they've been dealing with the healthcare..

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