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"dan hell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

07:36 min | Last month

"dan hell" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Remember. I said that i was in washington. Dc with sean foyt for let us worship event yes. That's what i said. And i also said that. I visited president trump in new jersey. With sean floyd. I said what if we could get sean for eight on the program to talk about this. I've had so much fun with him and his team. Sean foyt my friend and brother. Welcome to the program. Thank you so good to be with you. What a great looking studio. Where are you right now. I i in my truck in northern california right now we have because of all these fires in all the smoke and the craziness. Our internet is horrible. Which brings me to this point x right. When i'm done with you eric. I am going to recall the governor of california in the election. Okay so this. Is airing today called the with my wife and you recall day. That's the best kind of date to recall a tool of the enemy. A communist governor. What a sweet sweet date idea of for young people. That's so cool. Good for you good for you. Now by the grace of god. Larry elder will be the next governor but people need to pray. People need to vote and people need to understand that the system is stacked they are. We've never had this america where the corruption is so horrible. We've got to really be on our toes. But let's get to the fun part you and i first of all. We spent this weekend in washington. Dc i can't believe i feel like i'm still there. I guess we just left yesterday. It was amazing sean. It was the first time i've ever gotten to see you do what you really do. And it was beautiful. It was on the mall with the capital behind us and there was no insurrection taking place that i observed. Did you see any insurrection happen. We were bringing an insurrection to hell. Yeah yeah that's the real insurrection. And insurrection dan hell via prayer and worship. It was so beautiful honestly now before we get into that. We have to cover our meeting with the president. I can't tell you i. It was like comedy was it not. I mean it was really hilarious. Yeah it was. It was a full blown. Snl skit that was real life here. Where do we begin. I mean first of all. We waited for a long time right because he had all kinds of stuff going on. I think he was meeting with mickey mantle at the clubhouse or something like that. I don't know he's like you know. Celebrities are coming to pay homage but they come like nicodemus. They don't want anybody to know they were there probably right. Did you get that impression. Well i did. I did snap picture with a rod. So i i'm gonna rod the you know who snapped up picture. I snap picture you jerk. Yes you have a famous. Eric metaxas photograph. I snapped the picture. So listen you. And i we were there to meet the president. Tell my audience y in case. They're not they're not tracking. Why were you. And i in new jersey to meet the president. So i invited the last four president since nine. Eleven i invited all four presidents which would be you know. Bush obama Trump biden invited all of them to come to consider by president day of prayer. Excuse me you consider biden to be the actual president. We gotta have an offline conversation. Because i don't think that actually happened but that's okay. I hear what you're saying. Go ahead well. I invited all four of them to come. We have the By the grace of god last year we had the largest church service on the national mall. This year we were asking for dates to have the permit again and only dates that the park service gave us was september eleventh and twelve which was just. We didn't want those days. But i felt like these were the days the lord had for us it just so happened to land on the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven september. Eleventh two thousand one and so i felt like what if we turn this day into a day of prayer for america considering afghanistan considering all the craziness and so invited all four presidents to come in only one of those four responded back his. That fact isn't that interesting and would that have been donald trump. I believe that it's true. That was trump so we we were able to get a meeting with trump at this bedminster location. It's of like the mar-a-lago north and The whole thing was surreal. We were standing outside you. And i standing outside waiting for him to pull up. I felt like we were waiting for the for the bride to show up at the limo and he finally shows up he gets out of the car and he did you hear what he said to me he said to. He said who's the longhaired freak. I don't worry mr president. He's gonna cut his hair. He's still very young no he said he said to me he was so sweet he said i finally get to meet you. That's how gracious this man is. That he would say that. And then of course. We taped him giving his remarks which we played on the mall two days ago. Twenty th anniversary of nine eleven. Even that was comedy. Tell my audience about this whole the whole thing. Yeah i mean it will first of all. It was amazing. He you know he wanted to show up a person and made that very clear to us. Numerous times in dc. He wanted to be there with us. Yeah and he. He told us because Joe biden had planned three consecutive visits to all of the all of the sites for nine. Eleven for pr stuff. He took the entire bandwidth of the secret service. So there wasn't enough secret service to really secure the national mall from to come so the next best thing was was for him to give an address a speech which you know it was incredible because he really fit right into the heart and the theme of what we were going for. He called twenty one days prayer in his speech which we just launched yesterday. Twenty one days of prayer. I don't know the last time. A president a former president has given a call for twenty one days of prayer. I know the last time never. This is the first time and look. This was our idea. You and i said it's not just a day of prayer on the mall. We need to launch a season of prayer because we are in desperate straits as it gets. We don't need to do the math and get into it but we are desperate. We need god to move we. You and i believe that the only answer at this point is god. There's certain times when you can. You can go crazy and do all kinds of stuff unless god decides to bless it right now. We're dead where we've never seen anything like what we have in america right now. I don't need to go into the details. And so we said twenty one days of prayer. So how are we going to do this. Sean i wanna help but you really have an amazing platform. How what are we suggesting. So we lost it yesterday. Twenty one days of prayer and our heart behind this is we want everybody around the world to join us praying a very simple prayer each day. Now some people may want fast along with that. Something may wanna take an hour but literally. We're asking us for five minutes. Everybody to jump on let us worship dot. Us again that is let us worship dot us. A box will pop up. That says join twenty one days of prayer..

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"dan hell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:55 min | Last month

"dan hell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Counting down to use the football. You see Murray State we'll get into the big 12 and all of that coming up in just a little bit. We continue to remember 20 years ago today A I like you might have seen the President, President Joe Biden. At ground zero today, and then he's moved on to, uh, I believe Shanksville and he's going to wind up at the Pentagon today. But this is a guy underwater. Politically, he is not had a good six weeks and fact I have never seen a president lose the honeymoon bump as quickly as this man has, and for a lot of different reasons. But this guy is somebody that needs a win and needs it badly, and I just don't know where it's going to come from the infrastructure bill looks like it's doomed. He has two of his own Democrats Joe Manchin in West Virginia Christian cinema in Arizona that appear to be opposing it in the Senate. We'll see where it goes inside the house. It doesn't seem like it's headed for a $3.5 trillion bill. Maybe something less than that, because there's anyone knows infrastructure in this country. Has been long neglected, just drive over the Brent Spence bridge or any other viaducts we have here in Cincinnati, so there's There's a lot of need there, but I don't I don't know where this guy's win comes from. And yet it's a long way 3.5 years between now and the next presidential election. Somebody who knows politics better than I do. I don't even pretend to know it. This guy's law forgotten more about politics that I had is a man who's written a couple of books that are just terrific. The wind some way the winsome candidate has been elected to public office. I think four or five times But it's a good Saturday when we can get dance Nell on the show to talk about these things and more, Dan, hell are you on this glorious Saturday? I have great can thank you for those kind words. You know, you talked about the president needing a win and gosh, coming on your show and your Cincinnati listeners. It's always a big W in my life. A big win. So thank you. I hope the bear cats win today, too. Yeah, well, if they don't we got a major story. But yeah, thank you for thank you for that. Look, I'm good. I want to get a few things out of the way. And you tell me if I'm if I'm right or wrong about this, I I view you and your political Your political beliefs as moderate now moderate is not a word that's generally embraced right now because we're so polarized, but I view you that way. I view you as a guy that if I had to, and I've read your books, and I've seen other things you've written if I had to describe you. In any way politically, it would be maybe a Reaganite somebody that believed in what Ronald Reagan was espousing. I know that you appreciated his candidate and his presidency very much. But I also think that you're a guy who politically operates, if indeed politics as a football field within the 40 yard line. I don't necessarily think you're right Wing nut ball. I don't think you're a left wing lunatic. I think you're a guy that operates in between the 40 yard lines, but they're the political world anymore. Doesn't seem to embrace people like this. They don't want policy wonks. They don't want moderates. They want somebody that is fervent in their beliefs, and that's who they latch onto. And I am I right in any of that, Including what? How I just described you. Well, yes, And thank you for that. I think that America right now really does hunger for some common sense Leadership, you know, leadership is leadership and the leader sets the tone. And sometimes our leaders have had a tendency to We focus on what is the distraction you talked about earlier in your show that distraction, you know, fill in the blank distraction of the week or the month and then it keeps us from looking long term and that's one of the things that I think my father taught me is to, you know, vote for the leader. I was. I am a Republican. But my dad was always said Vote for the leader that has the best vision for this country. Five years, 10 years down the road, and I think people are so focused on what's on the news this week. What's on Social media this week? And we lose track of the long term leadership. Yeah, no, and we do it. Unfortunately, a lot of the people that are getting elected both at the local level and the federal level. Are not that I think a lot of the words are frankly, power hungry. They want to get there. They want to be somebody or in the case of people that aspire to a higher office. Maybe in the Senate, maybe the presidency they realized the perks. I mean, look, Bill Clinton made a hell of a lot more money after he was president than he did before he was president. They all do. I'm not looking at Biden. Uh, Biden seems he seems out of it. I mean, I don't think there's any way to ignore that. He just doesn't seem with it. He's below water. Trafalgar had him down 10. Admittedly, a Republican leaning poll. Rest mustn't had him down. The last I checked eight. Admittedly a Republican leading pole. Even CNN had him at 50 50. Reuters has him up one. And, of course, ABC News in Washington Post. Hardly Either one of those confused with uh with conservative news operations, they had only 36% approval with independence overall, just at 43%. And so I'm looking at this guy and I'm looking at the tone on both sides of the aisle and I don't know how anything gets done here in the next. Anything meaningful he gets done here. Until that you had midterms in 2022, do you? They think everybody has to take a breath and step back and you nailed the last six weeks. Gosh, every president faces challenges from John F. Kennedy debate of pigs. You know, we read in history about that to Jimmy Carter. You know, he probably lost the election because he's he sent men in and a rescue and there was hostages, and a lot of bad things happened and Yes, Presidents are made or ended by things that go on in the world, and this president has faced some tough things besides Covid and then economy. We're trying to get people back to work. But yet Afghanistan was really tough. You know, it's interesting. We just focus on the again we just focus on what's what's the latest sound bites of the week because if we look back You know, two or 34 months ago, President Biden was being hailed had like a 64% approval rating on his handling of Covid. And now now, things change. And he's talking about his six point plan and boom. All of a sudden, everybody. Now down on him. He can rebound from this. We just need to look at okay. What's it going to look like in November or December? But he's had a tough and Yeah, it showing on his countenance. You can tell the stress on his countenance, and I don't think he if I were advising him, he needs to be a little bit. Stronger and, you know, look right into the eyes of the American people. That makes them some strong, bold statements. But he's getting beat up pretty bad, and I don't think he's defending himself in the proper way. No, he's he's descending really into crabby old man. I I You know this latest speech this week. He you know was he's laying down the law and doing some things that may or may not be constitutional or trying to do some things in the speech. Before that, he blamed the American public. Let's face. I don't have today's numbers in front of me. But there is close to 40% of this country isn't vaccinated. They don't want to be fully vaccinated. And I'm not sure threatening them is is going to get them there. So I'm wondering Where does this guy get a win? I want the guy. You know, It's funny, Dan. I think you and I are the same boat. You know, you can election happens. You support somebody, they win. They lose. You're happy. You're not happy with the end of it. You really want the guy to win? Because if the guy doesn't win, then you don't win. And I want this guy somehow, some way to get a win. But it sounds like the people that he has surrounded himself with aren't allowing to get him a win because it's things like we saw this week in his speech..

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"dan hell" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

05:45 min | Last month

"dan hell" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Couple of things. If i was a if i was if i was a creator are youtuber with a bigger subscriber. Base are bigger twitter. Based if i showed this right here in toll my basic going flood youtube twitter. We're complaints about this right here. Then they change something. Because i'm one of the big influences who've gone who who's more high profile brings attention to it and they're getting flooded by all these tweets that people are saying. This is wrong but you know. I'm not one of those. They don't give shit. And here's the other thing man you you guys know that we got to strike serious strike like three those out like your your. Your channel is the. Is it evaporates. Man is gone. You know you lose it forever. Why did we get a strike. We got to strike because we showing challenge videos with children in them again videos. That youtube had put up and we use and we use the video from youtube. Didn't even know that we had those those years old. You decide to come in and give us a strike for something that we plead case on. We said if you just told us to take down we'd take it down. But anyway. i digress. Why are they complaining. Because they're concerned about the safety of the children bullshit. You concerned about your money. Because advertisers says something but anyway whatever but if you're so concerned about safety of people out there i see videos. My brother-in-law he watches videos. All the time of motorcyclists with cameras and gopro on their helmet almost hidden people in the middle of the street. They film themselves just driving. Legal as hell down the street man going between cars people sidestepping the shuttle's like the guy michael michael bay video man and they lied those videos up now they not monetize but that definitely not getting strikes because channel still there and they upload all the time and i'm not sure on any videos of that because i'm trying to snitch on anybody and i don't want nobody loser channel. Either you know. I'm not trying to put nobody out there. But i'm just saying it's weird you so concerned about the safety of these people but that just goes to show how big the yard how these things are falling through the cracks but to wrap it up. People are making their money man. You encourage them to make a living. The mega living you can't have people cannot afford to be lost in the cracks. Okay you know you gotta do something about this. This is a broken system right here and it costs people money. And that's the proof right there to the same damn videos up there just a like except for section and is a crap shoot which was gonna work in which one is. It shouldn't be like that man. Please do some about this. I'll say millions of there but can you know shit. I don't know ten people go within holidays please. Anything anything and things by live near the youtube building bill. Boy i'll fucking up and please we laugh but this is a serious man. This is very serious radio. Please do something you in other words you. I'm looking at you in with this looking at looking at you oughta u2. I'm begging you. Please get your shit together. Poop to plead get together to the p. word. Anyway let's see. Oh no no. You can't say on youtube crap. He s maybe. We'll find out in the bible. You can say dan hell. Y'all been wonderful man but you do one. Can you go down there. And get that gift that martin gut because i did not know that and they would be out of here. It's your birthday. But he's getting gifts. I gotta get him. Oh it's it's by the like right when you enter the kitchen like right when you pass. The bathroom is to your left is on the table. Near where the it's on the table with the blender is thank you to treat me clean amando system. I'm bad emission locally this whole professionalism thing is new to me. And i'm interested in taking part in it so i'm gonna give you my discord if you want to communicate with me on some project i'd i'd i'd prefer if you do so in chat because i'm pretty shower and talking in person by the way not to brag but i did this animation over week that might being sensitive to contact me although i'm still a learning artists so maybe things might not work out the way you want. Well when you talk like that but we don't know how to the worst salesman that is you know what i am new at this and i. I'm not very confident. Probably be half with the other guys. I don't know probably not going to be is. I'm so sorry. Yeah he's probably like it is one of these things on the website. It looks big. Oh.

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"dan hell" Discussed on The Televerse

The Televerse

04:11 min | 4 months ago

"dan hell" Discussed on The Televerse

"It felt. I think they could have done a i. I think else could have done a better job of shaping his vocal performance to fit the emotion of the situation versus sounding. Good trying to say this is where we're going to disagree. Because i this is actually the most. I've ever liked tom. Ellis singing because he sounded like a person who doesn't really sing but who kind of sings whose friend died and this is the way that he can contribute to the funeral is he can sing with his other friend. Who sort of things and it sounded like that. It didn't sound like we were supposed to think he was music theater god or a rockstar. It sounded like a guy who sort of saying singing at a funeral which i found very moving I guess in world in world singing moreover moody piano as much as i enjoy the moody piano this this worked for me. Yeah i agree. I think he sounded like he was trying to sound. Good which makes sense from a character level of. I wanna sound good at my friend's funeral. I know how that that feels. But but i still think they're like the i don't know it sounded to performative for. I wanted a little more grit. I wanted a little like the. It was smooth for me but fairness but i think the context of like i'm seeing now because i'm using senior. I'm seeing because i have a personal connection to this. I this situationally. I think it makes sense really. That does work very well. Also it implies an only. If i was saying loose implies something i would be imagining a really hilarious. See on the screen. Probably some sort of orgy or something but here. It implies that lose for an ele- got learn practice for dance funeral. All god it got just thinking about it. Just really i just wherever the hell they was apartment probably just practicing for dance funeral. It's the saddest thing. Where was that scene. I want that scene. I would rather have had that scene. The scene at the funeral. Even i and i i also really appreciate that. It was at least partially in spanish. And that they you know. Remember that he's latino like that because that's an aspect of the character that doesn't get brought up a lot or for granted a lot and he doesn't need to be defined by that. Obviously but i i that touch to it felt appropriate We also have here vince. I didn't know the song. And i'm with you. The aim Crecy alone would have been great. We wouldn't have had that scene of l. Looking for support on stage which was nice touch for lucifer that he immediately responded when she tree reaches over. First hand which is really effective. Yeah absolutely okay. Well are the finale the title. The finale is a tall order because the title for the valley is a chance at a happy ending. You know what that would be a great title for a heist it really would it would. If they had to steal a happy ending for dan hell heist. That'd be great. I guess. I know what my lucifer spec script is going to be. I just hope that the chance of the happy ending ref is referring to dan. That's yes me too and not the What has felt like a season have season long of lucy getting to the point where he is able to say. I love you too khloe. 'cause i really don't care about that right now. Really don't care about his issues about commitment. yeah. I can't out that a lot more before dan died. So we'll see. We'll be back on wednesday to talk about the season finale guys. Thank you vincent markets for for staying with us rant and letoya. I've you're listening. I look forward to reading your view like immediately and and hopefully getting a few more your thoughts. If you were here. She would tell us that. We are more wrong about this than kate is about ping pong girl so i say that on her bass okay. There we go. We'll recommend say bye guys..

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"dan hell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:53 min | 9 months ago

"dan hell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cutting in the Great American and Melanie Bates has been on the school board in Cincinnati for about 20 years. She knows where the bodies are buried all over town. He also served on the state Board of Education cares deeply about education, especially about CPS and Melanie Bates and fellow Xavier graduate. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show. Melanie How you doing? I'm doing great. How are you doing, Belle? I'm frozen. It's cold. But nonetheless, right now, as we sit here this afternoon, Can you tell the American people the status of education at CPS in person or remote? And and then we'll talk about the vaccination program. But as we sit in this afternoon, what's happening at CPS? Right now. We are still in remote learning District wide on February 1st. We are beginning our phase in of a blended learning model, which means that Children will be in school. Two days on in person two days in remote and one day off one day for planning and sanitation That will be a safety in between February 1st and March the first and then is the goal to stay more less hybrid through the end of the school year into May. Is that the plan based upon whatever else happens. The goal is to move into four day week school now are preschoolers will begin at four days. A week on day kindergarten through 12 will be two days a week. In school and then two days remote, But the goal is to go. We're talking four days with a day in between four for cleaning. Can you relate to the American people? The idea that many Catholic appropriate schools and other public school district in the Hamilton County area and outside Hammond County have been able to see themselves through Without being simply a hybrid model or simply being remote. Many urges open completely, and they have gymnasiums that have been converted to lunch rooms. They have screens up. They have glass. They have mask wearing requirements, etcetera. How come CPS is not performed as far as in person learning as much as the other public school districts, much less the Catholic ones? Well, our issue as of November What staffing we did not have. Because of the quarantines and the positives of covert in our with our staff. We did not have enough people enough. License teachers to man the buildings and that's why we went remote. It was staffing, not safety. Since then, the quarantines have been relaxed, according to CDC guidelines. Student research. We have an all out campaign to recruit subs. I'm not I'm not sure what's going on in the public and the other public and private schools that they have an ample supply of subs because I'm sure they're seeing quarantines and cove. It's like we are, but they may be better prepared. They may have a different method of staffing, so I can't speak to that. But for us, it was It was staffing that put us back in remote in November. You know, W Kerry. See TV did a story And it's on their website about the number of bad results from Children, especially in an urban environments that are not in school. The Las Vegas Clark County superintendent has demanded the kids come back to school beginning this coming Monday because they've had 13 suicides. That the drug use the causes. Suicide hotlines are kind of off the charts as far as kids not being able to do well, if you're a 1st 2nd or third or fourth grader is going to take you a long time to get up to snuff because you've been out of school many times almost a year. And the environment many times you live in is not the best conducive to learning anyway. And so on the school board. Do you have discussions with Ryan, Messer and Murat Ski and others about? We have to weigh the impact on the Children by shutting down and also the impact by keeping open that somehow. More weights given to the teachers and administrative staff. But the students themselves are like dying on the vine. Wkrc TV did the story that was said Look, what's happening to Children who are left in their environment, much less the fact moms and dads can't go to work. And they run the streets. Whatever it might be when you have your meetings at CPS Lauren Mitchell etcetera, the superintendent, How much weight is given T the negative consequences of not being in school. Well, that's a constant discussion and is that that's a huge concern of mine. Personally, I mean it Z very unfair to our students to not have the same level of availability of education as other kids, Theo and we know abuse cases erupt. I'm not sure of the suicide ideations in our district. I just don't have that number. Way had the highest number of homicides in this city and 2020. I mean, wear Lachlan. We had a 15 year old murdered yesterday. It, Zaveri said. What's going on with our students? Uh, that that are, you know that. Are suffering because because of this whole situation, so yes, it Z something of concern to us. It's a matter of equity and I am 100% behind a safe return to school. And I do have a sense. This is going to be a assuming we resolve this thing in the next six months. Most say that by the summer time everyone who wants to be vaccinated will be vaccinated. School starts again The end of August 1st of September. Do you have some sense? How far behind the 36,000 Children are gonna be compared to school districts like Beechwood or Are Lakota or Mason or Madeira Deer Park. How far behind educationally those kids are gonna be? It's really kind of hard to say, because you know, we I don't have the numbers on how many kids are actually logging in and harmony on not I know that it's that it's declining. I know that for sure. Uh, our teachers are trained to bring students. You know, to bridge the gap. But we've not been through this before, so we really don't know how long it's going to take. I know that there's already discussions about extending the school year. All right, four students so they can go and we always do have school almost through July, the fourth but making that more extensive so kids can continue and try to catch up. Really, Since we haven't been through this, It's really hard to say by the it definitely is a matter of equity. I kind of look at this Melanie Bates and everywhere I look, I see anger and broken. The economy has broken the governor. Yesterday said Okay, we're gonna have the 11 o'clock and we're going to stay open toe 11 o'clock now supposed to 10 o'clock, Ah lot of men and women can't find work that the economy is in a very tough position. I look around and you have the right wingers invading the capital. Then I have the left wingers breaking out Starbucks Windows and Portland, Chicago and Seattle and Denver. There's this anger everywhere, cops or anger. We had 92 murders in the city 500 people shot and and by the way, we have a higher homicide rate in the city, Cincinnati, then in the city of Chicago. I had on a a guest. The other Sunday night that talked about ran the numbers. Chicago's about seven times larger than Cincinnati and Cincinnati has more homicides and more shootings in the city of Chicago. And everywhere I look, I see nothing but Oh, my gosh, Look at that. There's nobody happy Trump was in office. Everybody was really pissed off at him. And now Biden's in office is hard to get mad at because it seems to me like a nice old guy, but his policies anger a bunch of people. There's a bunch of energy workers being laid off, and we're making $110,000 a year. Now they're going toe lineup for government benefits everywhere I look, there's problems in education. If you're in the suburbs has problems. If you're in the city, there's problems. There's teachers I just had on shot. Sergeant Dan Hell, CPD. He talked about the fact that cops cannot get vaccinations. They're not prioritized at all. And Richard K. Jones on sheriff, he said. Our guys have nothing. In fact, Now I'm told by Joe Deters and others that there's no trials in Hamilton County until March or April. So we have people being arrested for crimes being committed victims cases are not being heard. And everywhere I look, I see problems and then in your world, which is the city of Cincinnati. It cost I don't know 17 $18,000 per academic year to educate a child. The school. But but budgets over a half a billion dollars 35,000 kids, largely not in school, and did you sense these are difficult times. These are terribly difficult times You just laid it out..

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"dan hell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:59 min | 9 months ago

"dan hell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That's AH, yours truly here with Dan Murphy, who was well strategist and coach Pete's local trusted advisor in Vegas. I'm glad coach gives us this time on the show. I love the conversation with you, Dan, we we talk retirement. We talked the good strategies. We talk about growth protection and income and retirement plans. And you look at retirement from Lots of different angles. And you always like to devote some time to not ignore the questions that have come in from listeners. And we do get good ones, Then so Daniel ready for some Q and a Let's do it. All right. Vegas opens it up there saying this, I'm 62. I was planning to work for another four years before retiring, however. My job is wearing me down, and I'm not happy there anymore. So I'm tempted to just quit and start taking Social security. Now that I'm eligible and then work a low stress part time job somewhere. Have you seen people do this successfully? Have I personally seen is that is that is that the question? I think they're trying to get out. I think it's their way of saying. Do you think I can do this successfully? Yeah. I mean, we definitely of people that have done that. You know that I retired early and are living, you know, living the dream if you will. So much of this depends on if we have a plan established and people feeling secure and comfortable with how That plan is set up in one of the things we find all the time. Davis people last ball. I mean, can I retire? And you know, our immediate question is. Well, what sort of expenses do we have? Are you going to be able to live within the means of that? Are you gonna be happy with with with how we have things laid out, But we really need a plan. So, um, I mean for this, you know, for this person that's writing in. I would say we'd have to put together a plan and understand exactly what we have What we don't have, You know? Are we going to be able to live within the nut? Uh, that that you're able to have social security. Obviously, at age 62 were finally Early, So I mean not to get too much into this, But that's essentially means that we're leaving 25% of our social Security. The full retirement benefits on the table. Um and, you know, we essentially would be taking 75% of that total amount. So you know, just real quick math. I mean, if in the event you know, your full benefit was gonna be $2000 monthly, for example, you know, we're basically lowering that toe like 1700 or 1600. Monthly because we're taking that you know that 25% hit but with that said, I mean, you know, happiness and you know, a clear mind and being able to be stress free is all important thing When we jump into that, you know, conversation as well. And so just making sure that whatever your social security benefit will be ah, long with any other supplemental income from your retirement plans. Would you know we would be sufficient than obviously, you know, you don't want to be stressed. Not at work Every day. We've run into this quite a bit, Dave. I mean, I literally just ran into a client. She was a nurse. And I mean, you know, God bless all the people that are out there dealing with the cove it especially, you know, on the front lines like that, And she kind of came to me and her plans were kind of the same thing. It was another 45 years she was looking at she's looking. She's basically 64th this stage and she wanted Making until 68 on. We kind of ran some numbers and said, Yes, we ended up restructuring this that would work for you to retire early. If you wanted to do that, she isn't. She's decided to do that yet, But I just kind of feels like yeah, I think the most important thing with this is being able to make an educated decision by truly understanding what things look like in the only way that you can do that. Is by speaking with a fiduciary and having a plan established and then that way, you can always go back to the plan and say, OK, this is what it looks like. Otherwise, it's Ah, It's kind of a big open ended question, Mark. Well, it really isn't. I think that's an excellent question. They asked because they're saying they're tempted to do this. But then they're saying that, you know, they may need to get that low stress part time job and asking you have you seen it done successfully? They really should come in. And for you to get more information to better answer. You could do that in Vegas thing. For the question. 88870 to 88 98 88870 to 88 98. You can also text to Vegas to 21,000 Vegas to 21000 I won from Henderson, Dan. The whole idea of not working anymore. Makes me really nervous about our financial future. I've worked for over 50 years. And I can't imagine just stopping. How could I know that? The resource is I've accumulated will meet our needs for the rest of our lives. I I sense a theme here. Yeah, exactly. Zero, Dan. Hell may be kind of the exact same thing is just kind of flipped right now really is yeah, This person's probably well into their you know, close to seventies or such and not You know, feeling comfortable with no longer working right? So the exact same answer I would give. I mean, really. It's kind of, um, it doesn't really matter the age. It's more a matter of what are the resource is that are needed. I mean, do we know based on the money that you need, you know, Adjusted for, you know for inflation. Are you going to have enough income to be able to, you know to be okay financially and that kind of answers those questions. And once we really put this report together, and maybe real quick, David's kind of important to let people understand when they come To the office and we put these reports together. It's not just a matter of let us see everything that you're doing it. We're going to tell you that things were wrong way really want to see the risk? You know that we're currently taking and we also want to make sure that we're understanding. There is a plan established so that when we're generating four grand of income from our retirement, it needs to be adjusted for inflation, and we really need to be paying attention to Are we going to draw that money too quickly? Will the dollar amount you know last? Do we have any guarantees of protection on the downsides? When the market falls apart? We know it all that looks like and so are reports will essentially show that so that we can literally see at age 75 at age 80 at age 85. This is our withdrawal amount. And these are the guaranteed dollar amounts of century that we have, and we know that we're okay financially. So those are some of the things that we need. And if you're kind of going on with life without having a plan A financial plan. And, as coach says, being able to sleep well at night. You know, those are really important things. And so that would that would kind of help. Answer this question for this client as well, come into the office. Let's get a plan established, and then you'd be able to point to that plan and no, you know in certain you know, with certainty as to whether it would work or whether it wouldn't. Well, that's the whole thing that's certain again and taking a lot of the fear just early. The unknown out of someone who's been working since 1971 in Henderson, Man. Oh, man. Next question from North Las Vegas a little bit different here on this when I recently changed jobs and can't decide what to do with my 401 K..

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"dan hell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

08:13 min | 9 months ago

"dan hell" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"That's Ah, yours truly here with Dan Murphy, who was well strategist and coach Pete's local trusted advisor in Vegas. I'm glad coach gives us this time on the show. I love the conversation with you, Dan, we we talk retirement. We talked the good strategies. We talk about growth protection and income and retirement plans. And you look at retirement from Lots of different angles. And you always like to devote some time to not ignore the questions that have come in from listeners. And we do get good ones, Then so Daniel ready for some Q and a Let's do it. All right. Vegas opens it up there saying this, I'm 62. I was planning to work for another four years before retiring, however. My job is wearing me down, and I'm not happy there anymore. So I'm tempted to just quit and start taking Social security. Now that I'm eligible and then work a low stress part time job somewhere. Have you seen people do this successfully? Have I personally seen is that is that is that the question? I think they're trying to get out. I think it's their way of saying. Do you think I could do this successfully? Yeah. I mean, we definitely have people that have done that. You know that I retired early and are living, you know, living the dream if you will. So much of this depends on if we have a plan established and people feeling secure and comfortable with how That plan is set up in one of the things we find all the time. Davis people last ball. I mean, can I retire? And you know, our immediate question is. Well, what sort of expenses do we have? Are you gonna be able to live within the means of that? Are you gonna be happy with with with how we have things laid out, But we really need a plan. So I mean for this, you know, for this person that's writing in. I would say we'd have to put together a plan and understand exactly what we have what we don't have, You know? Are we going to be able to live within the nut? Uh, that that you're able to have social security. Obviously, at age 62 were finally Early, So I mean not to get too much into this, But that's essentially means that we're leaving 25% of our social Security, the full retirement benefits on the table. And, you know, we essentially would be taking 75% of that total amount. So you know, just real quick math. I mean, if in the event you know your full benefit was going to be $2000 monthly, for example, you know, we're basically lowering that toe like 1700 or 1600. Monthly because we're taking that you know that 25% hit but with that said, I mean, you know, happiness and you know, a clear mind and being able to be stress free is all unimportant thing. We jump into that, you know, conversation as well. And so just making sure that whatever your social security benefit will be ah, long with any other supplemental income from your retirement plans. Would you know would would be sufficient than obviously, you know, You don't want to be stressed. Not at work Every day. We run into this quite a bit, Dave. I mean, I literally just ran into a client. She was a nurse. And I mean, you know, God bless all the people that are out there dealing with the cove it especially, you know, on the front lines like that, And she kind of came to me and her plans were kind of the same thing. It was another four or five years she was looking at, um, she's looking. She's basically 64th this stage and she wanted to make it until 68. On. We kind of ran some numbers and said Yes, we ended up restructuring this that would work for you to retire early. If you wanted to do that, she isn't. She's decided to do that yet, but just bring it up. He was like, Yeah, I think the most important thing with this is being able to make an educated decision by truly understanding what things look like in the only way that you can do that. Is by speaking with a fiduciary and having a plan established and then that way, you can always go back to the plan and say, OK, this is what it looks like. Otherwise, it's Ah, It's kind of a big open ended question, Mark. Well, it really isn't I? I think that's an excellent question. They asked because they're saying they're tempted to do this. But then they're saying that, you know, they may need to get that low stress part time job and asking you have you seen it done successfully? They really should come in. And for you to get more information to better answer. You could do that in Vegas. Thanks for the question. 88870 to 88 98 88870 to 88 98. You can also text Vegas to 21,000 Vegas to 21000 I won from Henderson, Dan. The whole idea of not working anymore. Makes me really nervous about our financial future. I've worked for over 50 years. And I can't imagine just stopping. How could I know that? The resource is I've accumulated will meet our needs for the rest of our lives. I sense a theme here. Yeah, exactly. Zero. Dan Hell may it's kind of the exact same thing is just kind of flipped, right? Just really is. Yeah, This person's probably well into their you know, close to seventies or such, and not You know, feeling comfortable with no longer working right? So the exact same answer I would give. I mean, really. It's kind of, um, it doesn't really matter the age. It's more a matter of what are the resource is that are needed. I mean, do we know based on the money that you need, you know, Adjusted for, you know, for inflation. Are you going to have enough income to be able to, you know to be okay financially and that kind of answers those questions. And once we really put this report together, and maybe real quick, Davis kind of important to let people understand when they come To the office and we put these reports together. It's not just a matter of Let us see everything that you're doing it. We're going to tell you that things were wrong way really want to see the risk? You know that we're currently taking And we also want to make sure that we're understanding. There is a plan established so that when we're generating for grand of income from our retirement, it needs to be adjusted for inflation, and we really need to be paying attention to We're going to draw that money too quickly. Will the dollar amount you know last? Do we have any guarantees of protection on the downsides when the market falls apart? We know what all that looks like. And so are reports will essentially show that so that we can literally see at age 75 at age 80 at age 85. This is our withdrawal amount. And these are the guaranteed dollar amounts century that we have, and we know that we're okay financially. So those are some of the things that we need. And if you're kind of going on with life without having a plan A financial plan. And, as coach says, being able to sleep well at night. You know, those are really important things. And so that would that would kind of help. Answer this question for this client as well, come into the office. Let's get a plan established and then you'd be able to point to that plan and no You know, in certain you know, with certainty as to whether it would work or whether it wouldn't. Well, that's the whole thing to certain again and taking a lot of the fear just early, the unknown out of someone who's been working since 1971 in Henderson, Man on Man Next question from North Las Vegas a little bit different here on this when I recently changed jobs and can't decide what to do with my 401 K. I can either leave it where it is. Roll it to an IRA or roll it into the 401 K of my new job. I'm planning to retire in four years. It's 67. How much does it matter what I do? It matters a lot. And the reason I say it matters a lot is because oftentimes therefore one K account and you hear this from us all the time. I wanna make sure that it gets ingrained and everyone's had that listens to us before one K plans that we normally have their great Way of being able to defer money out out of sight out of mind being able to save towards that, especially if the employer is actually setting money aside and contributing alongside and matching you is an important thing with that said were very limited in most cases as to what we can invest in within our 401 K plants. On so any time that you have the opportunity, which is 59 a half or better or you ended up leaving that employer you have the ability of taking those funds and rolling it into your own self directed IRA. And any time you have the ability of doing that, I 100% would advocate you to do that. And the reason why is because when you do that, now, you have the ability To decide how you're going to invest and many people look at you and say, Well, I don't know what to do. And so I feel it makes more sense..

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"dan hell" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

04:05 min | 1 year ago

"dan hell" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Oh man he was in the believers. Is this the one with Martin Sheen Yup that believers and Ginny Smith I wanna see that movie again yeah. I just don't see that one thing when the snakes space pops open and there's like spiders every it didn't Jimmy Smits have snakes stomach out. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Overload you fixed million dollar. Man Bonnet woman policewoman. TV in the sixties, you ever seen the Cat Oh my God. Holy Shit. Robert Loggia is the cat. He's like a cat burglar and t H. E. IT means the. Honest. Hewitt Edward Cat is named. Just look at it. No I don't want to now. Now it looks bad half. He's got all the hair that is so freaking bizarre what he's GonNa throw grappling Hook. It Martin Balsam or somebody. S He clicked through. It just got all these like. Big giant statements in the thick been. Mean to find that rush that in a heartbeat and keeps on going after that. Anyway there's been one called COP hater. Chris. Tell me how you really feel. Even. Voice then grand theft auto three. Yes. I saw that grand theft auto three I think was really man love that game it groundbreaking. Folks so crazy when you play it now like blocks. It looks like minecraft those me now. Oh my gosh I got totally lost for a second year. I gotta get back to where I was. I I got it. Do- doing a yarn is exhausting and it really is maybe we maybe we made the rules to sturt. No no I can I got this I had it and I think I backed up too much and I lost it again. You really go through Brosseau I just look on. I am beating and. Everything makes sense and then I say, no, you can't do that. He was GONNA TV movie called the Barrett his name of Stan Belinda senior. Gutenberg inside the Star of the Ferret I maybe. Wrong. It sounds awful. And off all burdens than it, you know who that is. No she's the chick in Conan Braun, the kind of things up with him. That's all like she didn't something else to think she's the bad. Guy. Red Sonja she'd been hell comes to she's the main female character man that's Rowdy Roddy Piper. How did he die I don't remember. Do you know what the plot of outcomes the frog town of the insane read it have the -olutely in thane after a worldwide nuclear war for sixty eight percent of the male population was wiped out and Vero men. Running a rarity, Dan Hell, a Scavenger, and highly daryl man is assigned to help rescue group of fertile women kidnapped by humanoid frogs. We, gotTa do that in being. There's a bunch of crazy shit and that. Girl in there I, think you pronounce her name be. Speed. I think you pronounce that like check or something okay. She's just spending a not a lot of movies but she's really kinda striking looking. A student run. Away. What was runaway now that one from Celik. In game sentences the. Right, right? Yeah. The tracer bullets. So they were just totally ripping off that Cam shows. Of, a bullet chasing down somebody right..

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"dan hell" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"dan hell" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"All in the book is called bring in the right hander and since you were a lefty I was a little bit puzzled by the title and then I opened up the book and read the First Paragraph in the first chapter and you talk about how your brother who was a right hander introduced you to the game of baseball is that's why it's called bringing the right hander well. That's a pretty good gas. Ask but no that's not it at all it was when I was writing a book run that I took a look at the numbers the games that I had pitched it then I started figuring how how many complete games that I have how many games did I finish as a relief pitcher and it dawned on me doing the math that three out of four times that I went out there somebody had to come in after me and when to manager made the pitching change between innings the last thing that I heard him say to the home plate umpire was bringing the right hander and that was my call for exit and I went back to the dugout was a lot better than my second choice. which was it's a cold day? Dan Hell which refers to the fact that someone told me about my chances of actually getting this book published. I like the brother story a little bit better. I think that makes it more family oriented. I would go with that then. Tell me a little bit about growing up back in the Midwest because you played on the school yards of the ball fields of overland Missouri well. It was a different kind of existence than what I'm sure kids have today everything it seems today is so organized back then we we went outside to play and like a lot of other kids of men and women who are now under sixty s we went out in the morning. Stop back for lunch and made sure we were home before for dinner and there were no play dates we met at a school yard. We met at an open lot and we played our games and made the rules accordingly. If one team needed an extra player than we sent somebody over to the other team the whole idea was to play and that's exactly what we did did your brother factor in to any great degree as far as your love for baseball Jerry probably to a certain degree because he introduced me to it and when he got home from mm school and I got home from school we played what we could in the backyard. Dad didn't get home until a little bit later so yeah he was there he was first. He was foremost my younger. Brother didn't come along until a couple years later but once I discovered baseball dad then got me glove that was for a left handed thrower as opposed to my as opposed to my brother who was a right hander and it just grew from there when Jim my older brother went to High School of course he had his high school friends but but I kept the traditional live backyards and school yards which were close by and all of the kids in the neighborhood and some other neighborhoods were able to put things together other and we played all summer long in all my father was in the Air Force and he was based at Shenuda field and ran tool annoy now that's out in the middle of the cornfields builds and I'm sure to some degree. It was probably a little bit like what you know you played baseball because the Midwest is really family oriented and everything and I remember an American Legion game. I was playing playing when a thunderstorm rolled in over the planes and lightning across the sky and the last thing I remembered standing on the mound was watching the backstop glow. Was it like that for you or those games James when you play during the summer with the other kids and everything something like that did it had that or about a Jerry not necessarily because we weren't out near the cornfields Elsom we were actually in the suburbs and even though there were some open lots there were there were houses. It was a subdivision and of course we didn't have the romance that you would have with the cornfields and and plane Sunday ball agree to that but we were on the ground floor of Little League League when it started I think it was in the early fifties and gradually because of the number of kids that were coming into the Saint Louis Area McDonald aircraft was building airplanes at that time for the government and so there were a lot of families that were coming in from the south some from the east some from the West and they all kind of congregated aggregated in the area where we were so there was a need for sports and baseball it seemed to explode at that time and a couple of real estate agent Scott together put together a six field complex and that was front and Center on the baseball activity in the community and the surrounding areas. When did you think that this could be a job for you that you could make it to the major leagues well? It was never a job to me was more of a love but I knew that I could play okay and I knew that I could be successful. I was bigger than the other kids I could throw harder but just how good I was you. Don't know that until actually you grow and you play against other kids but I could hold my own not only with kids my age but with a couple of with kids that were a couple years older when I reached fourteen after my freshman year in high school I tried out for the local American Legion team and much to my surprise. I made the team and the reason why was the coach told maces aces. I've had a lot of kids come through here but you definitely have a chance to play ball in the major leagues. I'm GONNA take you you're GONNA pitch. You'RE GONNA pitch a little bit here a little bit there but I'm GonNa bring you along and by the time you're a senior and it's your turn to get into the amateur draft. I'm GonNa make sure that you're drafted as high as you can. It was because of that kind of foresight and the same kind of approach with a high school coach that I was able to make my way kind of a fast ask jump through high school and to the second round draft choice by the cardinals back in one thousand nine hundred sixty seven so I guess there is some truth to the to the phrase it takes it takes a village to raise a ball player you on your first Major League game in nineteen sixty nine. Tell me about it. I signed with the cardinals in nineteen sixty st seven which Kinda surprised me because they were in the background of all of the teams scouts that I had talked to. I really didn't know who was going to draft me but the cardinals signals did they did so second round and I guess they saw the benefit of a local product that did have major league potential because it would help them. I'm further down the line. I didn't know just how beneficial that was to me simply because they had won the world series and they had a stock farm system but to my advantage was expansion because of that good farm system that the cardinals had San Diego Montreal took a lot of guys who were slated ahead ahead of me so that I was then in a year where I should have spent the entire year in Aa Ball. I spent it in tripling. The cardinals didn't play quite as well all in one thousand nine hundred sixty nine. They were still pretty good. They were twelve games over five hundred but that was the year the cubs and then the last part of the year belong to the mets who blew the cubs CBS away and pass them and ultimately became world champions but because the cardinals were looking to get younger I had a good season in AAA. I led the League and a couple of different categories including innings pitched in games one. I was one of the top prospects in the organization ended merited a call up in nineteen sixty sixty nine which was just a little bit over two years after I graduated from a local high school and that first game was against it was against Montreal all and a former cardinal farmhand Jerry Robertson pitched in the minor leagues. He was one of the guys that was ahead of me but he got his major league shot with Montreal and it was on a cold Saturday afternoon that the game was delayed a couple of times by rain but we managed to get it in and I was happy about that because I I got my first major league win. Who Was it took you underneath their wing because invariably we hear during that era of baseball that when a rookie came up there was always the veteran or veterans friends who would usher them along the way in the early going? I think it happened even before I got to the Big Leagues of course my high school coach he was instrumental dreux mental and teaching me the game fundamentals and I could say the same thing about the American Legion coach so I had two coaches in Saint Louis as an amateur that prepared me for Major League ball long before I was even ready George Kissel the longtime cardinal coach in the minor leagues spent a number of years. Here's with cardinals and just about every capacity and anybody that came through the cardinals organization in the fifties sixties seventies all had Georgia's imprint sprint on them and it made a huge difference so that by the time I got to the big leagues I was brought along probably as well as anybody based on a number of years of experience experience that I had and then once I got the big legs well there were a couple of hall of famers that were playing that I could watch emulate and ask questions and and as a result well it it kept me around. It got me up to the Big Leagues when I was twenty years old and kept me around until I was forty one. What was your reaction? When you were traded rated the first time that was a tough one because it was a salary holdout and I had dealt with the cardinals before at the minor league level and the way that we figured out the salary that I was going to get? I chose a number than I thought I was worth and then I doubled it in that's where I started. They started headed low and we met somewhere in the middle and I figured what experienced I have other than the fact that had negotiated a couple of contracts the minor league level level. I thought the cardinals had reverted to something like that. I got a six thousand dollar raise for half a season in AAA and half a season in the big lakes and I won fourteen games so after I won fourteen games my full first major league season I thought well six thousand dollars sounds about right to me eight four my for a salary for my second full year cardinals didn't see it that way they offered three. They stuck at three and I you gave him a price hoping to meet somewhere in the middle. We never had a discussion that produce that Jerry Rice is with US and again. I want you to check out his book. It's an interesting read about a game saying that he loved and he pitched in twenty two years of the major league level. It's called bring in the right hander. We continue with more of you and sports byline. Are you an active stock market investor. Will then you know these three.

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"dan hell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:02 min | 2 years ago

"dan hell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The great American race baseball these are the four most important game the Reds of playing a long time the game start tonight about six oh five because the cardinalities in fact the next thirteen games ten or at home and central division foes are gonna be everywhere so it's up to the red lights to prove is Dan hell's would say that they deserve to compete got four here go away come back ten of the next thirteen or home so until July thirty first we're gonna know everything about your Cincinnati Reds but until then three issues are percolating about cops you know I love Cobbs ninety nine point nine percent of the time one is the video we just heard about we're gonna have kid Chris on about one o'clock you said this was a theatrical production and it really didn't reflect what's going on in price sale secondly you have the incident with the realtor in which a real estate agent and also a customer found themselves are going into an unoccupied structure believing that the they were looking at a circumstance to buy a home and the finest in the city show up in order to in response to a nine one one call thought thinking there was maybe a burglary in and process it turned out to be not the case a realtor Jerry I sham and Anthony Edwards are suing the city for millions and millions of dollars plus you have the shooting of a mentally ill woman and the like and more a man with perspective on all this including the British open and the Reds playing the cardinals is a sergeant Dan hills the president the Donald J. trump the FOB and sergeant hills welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and sergeant how are you really I am fine I hope you are well I predictors sweep of the rules of the cardinals suite eight of the ten home games in the next thirteen will be victories by red legs and this will start their March to glory to the World Series you must a heard my opening day speech in the holy grail you know I might have cut a piece of it but but the this is this is my own this is my own two cents thirteen games remain till the trading deadline of the thirteen Tanner at home against the cardinals and the parents and and so in mill is so what they got to do is one of those thirteen games if they go ten and three and those thirteen games and get a little bit above five hundred then there's glory of on the other hand they lost the last two games before the all star break they lost two or three in Colorado just lost two three in Chicago which means they're two and six the last eight games if that continues it's time to sell sell and sell some more well I think we need to get your auto repair glances feel bad three fifty the remainder of the season what will bring as they ever jumped little club three hundred like in his first career which will help the more the red marks on the court to the World Series let's talk about something you may more not know something about and then tell me what happened with the real estate issue and price sale is a Rorschach test by that I mean this you're over my head roar shock in other words everyone looks at the same picture and sees completely different what we may I use the term white guys yes we right guys have constantly in our lives had small and large things happen to us of a negative character I've been a door slammed in my face I've had people hang up on me I've had been pulled over for traffic offense every now and then the other words I've been life happened to me in which I just think it's life are sitting right there about three days ago was was young Rachel my digital expert and she was purchasing a home in Newport Kentucky with a real estate agent and they went into a house to look at it and they didn't know they tripped a silent alarm these are to my out use the term relatively attractive thirty something women and white and so the good to Newport cop show up with their guns drawn and these two white women's at all my god what's going on after about five minutes it was obvious what was going on the cops left and it was kind of it kind of embarrassing but it was no big deal the same thing happens to a black person and because of the circumstances in which we find ourselves what were races omni present an African American has the same incident that you and I go through and see racism when bad things happen to me what what I chalk it up to is a human life is a clerk that is disrespectful a server that won't take my order Hey a cooker chef not preparing my meal properly I'm at home depot and I walk up to somebody to find out where the screw drivers are they blow me off when those things happen to me in my life I don't think of racism do you and you know what your real we're going through the many things that have occurred to you in your decades living in some of the things that occurred to me in my decades of living as I have been punched I've been hit I've been hit upside the head with either a bottle or rock is disorderly crowd came I was shot at numerous times I was stuck on the porch and almost killed I've been I've been assaulted in numerous different ways spat upon because the pond in the car been accused of being a racist and you you know you know why all those things have happened to me is because I am a I am a police officer so just about every police officer out there looking at me right now can tell similar stories maybe some of them I have had much more current employment that may have been shot they had but definitely the majority of them have been assaulted in one way or another and attacked in one way or another and I think our our profession is being attacked right now if I may go right ahead and talk about this particular please do you know lamb was the options what they received was a call for a breaking and entering them progress and and this is a felony and and we have come to be trained and known that sometimes felt can respond in a violent way to extricate capture that's that's why we treat them a little differently we have a thing called a felony stop when we when we stop people in the motor vehicles that are wanted for county so we're responding on a felony and you know from the get go on as we have that at the very least reasonable suspicion of of the of of of the people that we find in this residence and matching descriptions of being involved in a felony being in the being the the the subject of a felony so you know we all are authorized top of them and if you want to use the comparison of the Terry stop in which there is a court case it kind of sets a precedent of somewhere around twenty minutes of detention to kind of figure out what's going on and and and beyond that you need more probable cause and you had more incidents of a detention you're talking about more arrests but even if you're at a rest age and your rest you're probably calls dissolves the right thing to do is on arrest somebody but you were still in that Terry stop that twenty minutes think not of not only that we're not even that we're near there we're talking about less than five minutes so the court said twenty minutes is reasonable we're talking about less than five he was thrown on the ground nobody was confederation like that we yes we had a weapon tropical responded for a felony in progress yes we handcuff because that's how we can control a situation to make things make sure things don't deteriorate and in less than five minutes we were able to work our way through it and find out that the these these were not not only were they not only we're not criminals at all and they were apologized to when they were sent on their way we apparently we the city heard nothing about this from November of eighteen when it happened around March when they made a complaint now they have an attorney that's filed a lawsuit and is gone and use emailed back and forth and I know you're an attorney there is nothing legally that is not allowed to be shared about this but professionally there is a good professional courtesy among attorneys normally but you don't go sharing the stuff to the media they were talking settlements back and forth so this is somebody using the media the attorney use the media to try to booster their their settlement booster an award they're doing it at the cost of the community and police relations they're doing it at the cost of the the the the the respect of all of our agency and and for the the the community as a whole the way its reputation is and I just think that that I think that's a shame let's name names your good friend of mine Chris Phinney was always made two or three days ago and from his perspective I I understand lawyers and lawsuits that the city paid a quarter of a million dollars to the family of a thief who stole from Kroger and sell and that was a guilty party who got a quarter of a mill all over the media so you see you see the growth of the roadmap that Chris Phinney got dentures let's go to the media well let's scare the city leaders and fathers and we can Jack ourselves up an award so that was a huge mistake to give that family of the of the suspect a quarter of a million dollars and now but it's made a road map for everybody else so here we have this this this incident will say that the incident is unfortunate because we did stop and detain somebody in the end that was not a criminal but these things happen this is not a perfect world everything was done within reason everything was done according to the to the police training the procedure and we took these folks let loose in less than five minutes but I guess I'm just I'm just do a little mind reading I guess Mr many says aha we made a big bowl on the media you know talked about the the age of the person in there well you know here's the hold the whole narratives a bunch of the of the crowd to to to say FCC compliant because you know I heard somewhere and I did see furniture in the video but somewhere that this house was not occupied at the time I get to be too much to move or whatever and you know what that says to me with and those policemen and says it says clappers because we have a lot of suspects that going home that are unoccupied and they take the copper they take the brands they take everything that's in the and all all the plumbing and the scrap it and if I may profile because I'm allowed to get away with this profile sometime all right dude the majority of suspects I've seen an especially in that neighborhood we're talking about potential scrappers all white dudes I don't know you know I I hope I don't get any white dude organizations may at me for saying that but that's what I've seen the majority of the time so this whole thing of that we're told by our profound then that could be could be the shoulder in a door in that area I think about potential scrappers I think about usually the picture to come to my head with that of a satellite dude so my point about Rachel and the real.

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04:08 min | 2 years ago

"dan hell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In a poll in a police the Cincinnati police identify white guy in the house with any client that they he would be treated the way me and my client with training if I'd gone in there with my producer Matt Stine you know I'm selling real estate on the side yes and and I I got white skin those officers were treated me differently I'll I'll let's let's reverse it what do you think your honest opinion I think I think you're probably correct and that's the and that's all I was that now I'm not gonna lie the I'm not going to say you know what no because sometimes being black is an advantage a lot of times it's not an advantage and and if there would have been a if Judy record of Sibsagar or rob zip see come had been there yeah and she came out of there those cops I don't think would have put guns on it exactly but you you fit quote the profile yes black male correct you could fit yes it in even my light to even a day I'll make it I wasn't as professional as I could be your best off yeah I know I said I had a city in and Jack are great your brother I had a real estate agent go to my Twitter account and say he didn't look like a real estate agent and I look does it well you know in a sense but had a realistic talk show house looking we don't know what I want I don't exactly know so explain bad exes plane you're what why were you dressed appropriately it was it was it was Saturday morning I have a full agenda of things to do and it will in the end of winter I'm I'm I really don't like to be cold it was November and a cold day yeah I get I get I get real I had real African below I do not like to be cold and so and also my insurance and my health are connected you know I know you got to be healthy exactly and so I dress up so you dressed not age you would then you are not in fact you don't like me now you got a red shirt on done say deer park on an unfortunate what have you got a red shirt and golf shirt and a pair of pants baggy look better me right now Hey this this what I do and I and I normally don't you know I don't over dress but in the winter I'm going to be warm I got to be one because I'm out here in it in this this is how I make my livelihood you know opening doors and getting people on a property in in five or ten more minutes hang around a bit yes I do I want to talk about the settlement because according to our news department you got a hundred fifty one thousand dollars yesterday I'm a talk about why you got it is not fair what do you think so let's continue with more my guess for another ten minutes or so is Jerry I should who sells real estate I got his cards right here trying to sell me house right now at all I'm not in the market and he was the guy that was had guns put on him in November and this is a you're like a newsmaker your big right now right yeah yes sort out what it is is the kind of fame you don't want yeah I'll definitely say that it's it's I have been thinking about it but I tell you what when when my my person has been threatened my children my son is there it left me no choice but to move forward to speak out I just was because I I kept trying to shake it off and just keep moving on Hey Dan hell's brought up well this happened in November nobody presented a claim to like February March it's now July when we continue on as a question why did take eight nine months when I hold on we got take a break we got it we had a we got to sell some stuff okay hold on don't move and if the line becomes available five one three seven four nine seven thousand and we have few people on hold but I'm gonna spend about to Jerry's gotta go sell a house we're gonna spend about ten moments with them and then more let him go with your permission yes thank you thank you hi let's continue call me with okay big Willie the bill Cunningham newsradio seven hundred W. auto seven hundred W. L. W. seven hundred W. L..

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12:48 min | 2 years ago

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"Great American Reds baseball these are the four most important game the Reds of played a long time the game start tonight about six oh five because the cardinalities in fact the next thirteen games ten or at home and central division foes are gonna be everywhere so it's up to the red likes to prove is Dan hell's would say that they deserved to compete got four here go away come back ten of the next thirteen or home so until July thirty first we're gonna know everything about your Cincinnati Reds but until then three issues are percolating about cops you know I love Cobbs ninety nine point nine percent of the time one is the video we just heard about we're gonna have kid Chris on about one o'clock you said this was a theatrical production and it really didn't reflect what's going on in price sale secondly you have the incident with the realtor in which a real estate agent and also a customer found themselves are going into an unoccupied structure believing that the they were looking at a circumstance to buy a home and the finest in the city show up in order to in response to a nine one one call thought thinking there was maybe a burglary and then process it turned out to be not the case a realtor Jerry I sham and Anthony Edwards are suing the city for millions and millions of dollars plus you have the shooting of a mentally ill woman and the like and more a man with perspective on all this including the British open and the Reds playing the cardinals is a sergeant Dan hills the president the Donald J. trump the FOB and sergeant hills welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and sergeant how are you really I am fine I hope you are well I predictors sweep of the rules of the cardinals suite eight of the ten home games in the next thirteen will be victories by red legs and this will start their March to glory to the World Series you must a heard my opening day speech in the holy grail you know I might have cut a piece of it but but the this is this is my own this is my own two cents thirteen games remains of the trading deadline of the thirteen Tanner at home against the cardinals in the pirates and and so in mill is so what they got to do is one of those thirteen games if they go ten and three and those thirteen games and get a little bit above five hundred then there's glory of on the other hand they lost the last two games before the all star break they lost two or three in Colorado just lost two or three in Chicago which means they're two and six the last eight games if that continues it's time to sell sell and sell some more well I think we need to get your auto Kerr glances feel bad three fifty the remainder of the season it'll bring is a ever jumped little club three hundred like it is first career which will help the more the Reds March on to court to the World Series let's talk about something you may more not know something about and they tell me what happened with the real estate issue and price sale is a roar shock test by that I mean this you're over my head roar shock in other words everyone looks at the same picture and sees completely different what we may I use the term white guys yes we white guys have constantly in our lives had small and large things happen to us of a negative character I've been a door slammed in my face I've had people hang up on me I've had been pulled over for traffic offense every now and then no the words I've been life happen to me in which I just think it's life are sitting right there about three days ago was was young Rachel my digital expert and she was purchasing a home in Newport Kentucky with a real estate agent and they went into a house to look at it and they didn't know they trip to silent alarm these are to my out use the term relatively attractive thirty something women and white and sell the good to Newport cop show up with their guns drawn and these two white women said oh my god what's going on after about five minutes it was obvious what was going on the cops left and it was kind of it kind of embarrassing but it was no big deal the same thing happens to a black person and because of the circumstances in which we find ourselves what were races omni present an African American has the same incident that you what I go through and see racism when bad things happen to me what what I chalk it up to is a human life is a court that is disrespectful a server that won't take my order Hey Coker chef not preparing my meal properly I'm at home depot and I walk up to somebody to find out where the screw drivers are they blow me off when those things happen to me in my life I don't think of racism do you and you know is your real we're going through the let me of things that have occurred to you in your decade to living in some of the things that occurred to me in my decades of living as I have been punched I've been hit I've been hit upside the head with either a bottle or rock is disorderly crowd came I was shot at numerous times I was stuck on a porch and almost killed I've been I've been assaulted in numerous different ways spat upon because the pond in the car been accused of being a racist and you you know you know why all those things have happened to me is because I am I am a police officer so just about every police officer out there listen to me right now can tell similar stories maybe some of them have had much more current employment that may have been shot they had but definitely the majority of them have been assaulted in one way or another and attacked in one way or another and I think our our profession is being attacked right now if I may go right ahead and talk about this particular please do you know what happened was the options what they received was a call for a breaking and entering them progress and and this is a felony and and we have come to be trained and known that sometimes felt can respond in a violent way two X. Cape capture that's that's why we treat them a little differently we have a thing called a felony stop when we when we stop people in the motor vehicles that are wanted for a felony so we're responding on a felony and you know from the get go on as we have that at the very least reasonable suspicion of of the of of of the people that we find in this residence and matching descriptions of being involved in a felony being in the the being the the the subject of a felony so you know we all are authorized top of them and if you want to use the comparison of the Terry stop in which there is a court case it kind of sets a precedent of somewhere around twenty minutes of detention the kind of figure out what's going on and and and beyond that you need more probable cause and you had more incidents of a detention you're talking about more arrests but even if you're at a rest age and your rest all calls dissolves the right thing to do is on arrest somebody but you were still in that Terry stopped at twenty minutes think not of not only that we're not even that we're near there we're talking about less than five minutes so the court said twenty minutes is reasonable we're talking about less than five he was thrown on the ground nobody was cuts that are in like that we yes we had a weapon drop because responded for felony blogger yes we hand tough because that's how we can control a situation to make things make sure things don't deteriorate and in less than five minutes we were able to work our way through it and find out that the the these these were not not only were they not only we're not criminals at all and they were apologized to when they were sent on their way we apparently we the city heard nothing about this from November of eighteen when it happened around March when they made a complaint now they have an attorney that's filed a lawsuit and is gone and use emailed back and forth and I know you're an attorney there is nothing legally that is not allowed to be shared about this but professionally there is a good professional courtesy among attorneys normally that you don't go sharing the stuff to the media they were talking settlements back and forth so this is somebody using the media the attorney use the media to try to booster their their settlement booster an award they're doing it at the cost of the community and police relations they're doing it at the cost of the the the the the respect of all of our agency and and for the the the community as a whole the way its reputation is and I just think that that I think that's a shame let's name names your good friend of mine Chris Phinney was always made two or three days ago and from his perspective I I understand lawyers and lawsuits that the city paid a quarter of a million dollars to the family of a thief who stole from Kroger and sell and that was a guilty party who got a quarter of a mill all over the media through so you see you see the car the the roadmap that Chris Cheney got dentures let's go to the media let's scare the city leaders and fathers and we can Jack ourselves up an award so that was a huge mistake to give that family of the of the suspect a quarter of a million dollars and now but it's made a road map for everybody else so here we have this this this incident will say that the incident as unfortunate because we did stop and detain somebody in the end that was not a criminal but these things happen this is not a perfect world everything was done within reason everything was done according the the the the police training the procedure and we cut these folks let loose in less than five minutes but I guess I'm just I'm just a little mind reading I guess Mister Penney says aha we made a big deal around the media you know talked about the the age of this person and but you know here's the hold the whole narratives a bunch of the crowd to to to say FCC compliant because you know I heard somewhere and I did see furniture in the video but somewhere that this house was not occupied at the time I get to be the mother moved or whatever and you know what that says to me with and those policemen and says it says scrappers because we have a lot of suspects that going home that are unoccupied and they take the copper they take the brands they take everything that's in the and all all the plumbing and the scrap it and if I may profile because I'm allowed to get away with this profile simple white dude the majority of suspects I've seen in especially in that neighborhood we're talking about potential scrappers all white dudes I don't know you know I I hope I don't get any white dude organizations made me for saying that but that's what I've seen the majority of the time so this whole thing of that we're told flower profound then that could be could be the shoulder in a door in that area I think about potential scrappers I think about usually the picture to come to my head with that of a of a white dude so my point about Rachel and the real estate agent in new port was such that when these things happen to you you do not see anything such as discrimination when your blood the first thing comes into my discrimination dollars in order not money is a big deal here because if the city paid a quarter mil do a thief what are they gonna pay do an innocent party Jerry I Sherman Tony Edwards who were in fact then is it the answer might be five hundred thousand dollars and Finney can make two hundred grand he was trying to make it go away and we're doing what they do and I don't agree with it but that's what they do sometimes it's not worth the court battle tower complicity it's not worth somebody big enough and here's a technical violation because we live in the real world as the years go away and they and they have an offer and instead of mysteries aimed his client they look I got an offer so I can look it doesn't tell the real world is really nothing nothing that all fifty thousand it was twenty but whatever it was and and it was put out there instead they all something then up in the hands of the media and and and get blown up because the better we can load up the more dollars dollars dollars what what what is that saying about your respect for the community your respect for the law and order what is that saying about your your your your own character if this is the way you're going to go about it I see a I don't know I don't know what to say well yeah it happens right now your friend Chris Phinney has sued three cops what happens when a cop like you is sued for millions of dollars how does that affect your life well you know it's it's nerve wracking intact you come before the the union our executive board and you ran for representation from our attorney it's.

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"dan hell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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01:30 min | 2 years ago

"dan hell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. Cincinnati glorifying gun violence in the city of Cincinnati the seven o'clock reporter Brian colds breaking down disturbing video surfaced showing teens running the streets of Cincinnati with guns posted to YouTube by a group calling itself the shooter in company shows a number of young teens running the streets a price still with weapons several times during the two minute clip one of the teens pointing a gun at the camera and other scenes are acting out robberies and pointing weapons at each other head of the police officers union isn't as as one of the teams that shown in this video is one of the fourteen year old who was murdered on the streets of Cincinnati last week Dan hell's tells fox nineteen this city is on the verge of anarchy June was the deadliest month in Cincinnati at least twenty years and still says the team's running the streets have no fear of being locked up because drug dealers are being routinely released back on to the streets of the city latest shooting happened early this morning in west price hill that had L. brown Avenue blocked earlier today city is set to hold a news conference today to talk about what they are doing to try and curb the spike in gun violence one of the tactics this curfew sweeps to get teens off the streets late at night but even if those teams are picked up they are going to be locked up juvenile court administrative judge John Williams tells fox nineteen that he doesn't have the budget or the resources to hold every person gets in trouble now the latest traffic.

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11:14 min | 2 years ago

"dan hell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Obock one of Tony benders favorite. Politicians Cincinnati city council said that one of the reasons the streetcar is a failure is not the fact that it was his political judgement that put it on the tracks in the first place. But rather at Cincinnati police who often park, their cruisers on the tracks. Plus, we had shots fired a cops yesterday. Joining me now with perspective on all. This is sergeant Dan hell's the president of the F, O P in the city of Cincinnati and sergeant hills welcome, again, to the Bill Cunningham show, sergeant Houria. I'm doing really well Willie. How about yourself? I'm doing well talk to me, first of all about this charge of Chris sale, Bach that you police officers are partially responsible for the demise of the streetcar, because police officers park, their cruisers on the tracks, which keep the. The streetcar constantly late. Is that true? I have never seen a police car parked on that. You train tracks to this point. So I think that's I think that's a fable. You don't think that you haven't seen is as anyone in city council? Chris sale got ahold of you or to your knowledge, any police officers, Mr. she'll vodkas never reached out to me about police cars. I only heard part of this yesterday. So I think he has a complaint, if he sees specific car parked in a problem place, and then he should probably call Ritchie shops to make that complaint. But I don't I don't think that's the case. I think it's I think it's a fable you think so you have no knowledge of police cars parked on the tracks. And you do spend quite a bit of time in the base in Cincinnati, correct. You run around the streetcar route all the time. Well, sure, you know, they're running running around and they're down there. You know, answering calls for service, so they be parked anywhere. And maybe sometimes on emergency, they always think about where it is their parking. So it's possible that if there is some e- nine one, one emergency. A police officer may have stopped his cruiser on the police on, on the tracks. But that would be unusual. It's not a constant problem is Christina Bach talks about correct. It would not be a constant problem. I find that very difficult to believe that, that's a constant problem. Dahlie, really frustrated that the streetcar that I guess he supported, I guess he's. Yeah. Yeah. There's a complete failure because I'm downtown all the time, and I think the average attendance, I see on a streetcar that somewhere around two point one. Maybe maybe it's about two point two. So I'll give you the benefit of doubt. Now, say it it's, it's two point three and, you know, the all in costs of the streetcars about four hundred million dollars, four hundred million and so point three people to get a ride the ride when you could walk. You got lift you got Uber. You have pedal bikes, you have other bikes. You have electric bikes you streetcars. You have golf carts other way getting around, so you would refute the notion seal box theory about the streetcar failing because police officers made maybe a classic case of diversion. I say definitely diversion, I'm going to say ninety nine point nine nine percent. Sure. That it's version because he's disappointed at the two point three five. Every average writers that are on the street guard. Well, now let's talk about something a bit more serious. Sergeant Eric FRANZ said officers, your cops chasing to sucks suspects on foot Gilbert in Dick's avenue, yesterday about four thirty PM when seemingly some of these some of these styles shooters turned around and fired shots in the direction the police officers, first of all, how comment on the main streets of Cincinnati or dice games. Do you see those? Yeah, they're pretty common. You see dice games psalm thirty two years ago. When I started and seen them all the way up until the time, I left the streets few years ago for this year physician are they legal to be on the city sidewalks up against the building thrown? They're, they're legal. And it's again it's a quality of life crime. It's not a it's not a Bank robbery. It's not rape. It's not a murder. But when you have a group of young people hanging out, shooting dice times, a lot of fights arguments, even, you know, sometimes shootings occurred around those games. And again, it makes ordinary folks nervous and scared it here, this type of rowdy behavior and see this stuff going on. So it's quality of life crime. It might not mean a lot on a criminal docket. But it means a lot to the people who are trying to live around this type of activity this, this is something that definitely bring your property value down. If somebody's having a dice game in your side, alley. The other thing is I watch channel nine last night. There was a couple of older females who said this is a quality of life issue. Then it's kind of embarrassing to walk the sidewalks and have young kids throwing dice and money. And there's cursing and shouting and screaming and the other the other thought is when the shots were fired. They don't have a name on them, and they said, it's as bad to live in Evanston, because of all the shots being fired, and all the stuff going on. And do we know what can you tell us about what happened allegedly? The two cops showed up kind of walk through what occurred. Well. The best my knowledge, what they did is they kind of a little triangulation thing, one, one direction. The other together trying to trying to come up on these subjects. You know, probably just stop them long enough to talk to them or whatever again it's the dice game. I it's, it's it's not not a felony. But when all of a sudden, you know, one from the possibility of them either being talked to or get given a ticket to shots shots rang out. They didn't actually get to see the shooter, but they end up recovering a gun and. Z soaks fled. We, we, we took some assumption that since they started shooting, right? When we were approaching that they were either a shooting at us or be, you know, using a gunfires away to intimidate the police, which has been done. You know, many many, many times all the same. We're looking for armed suspects. We brought in canine, we brought in the helicopter as I say, we ended up recovering a nine millimeter. So again, you know what seems like a dice game, not the highest level thing. More of a quality life crime often has other things that go along with it violence like bikes and shootings and everything else. So that's why we want to try to control. And, you know, you, you, you saw what happened in this particular case. So we encourage we encourage folks to call when of that, type activity outside their door. It's, it's, it's something that just doesn't isn't conducive for, you know, good wholesome environment in the neighborhood. And she and sergeant Dan Hill's p isn't a fair to say that if these juveniles, young adults is simply picked up their money picked up Dyson moved on nothing would have happened to the most a ticket, you know, and if they were juveniles at what we call a what we call a closed referral, which basically just a, a notation in their record saying, you know, hey. The equivalent of like a conduct ticket. It's no big deal. The picky Elmo cost at all. It would have just been like I said, it would have been a police contact a chance for them to explain to these huge that this isn't. This isn't healthy for anybody in, and it is in fair to the citizens that live right around there. And so really leads me to believe there's more to it at work. Maybe their drugs on, maybe they had guns. Maybe they did whatever they wanted to run for obvious reasons, and that is, but the worst part is turning around and firing five or six shots at police officers in pursuit, because that's an attempted murder. Now, if these, these youths are apprehended, what kind of charges are they facing now, instead of throwing dice again, you know, at the minimum shot fire, maybe an egg medecine, but. If they find further evidence that, that shots were fired in the direction of the police officers. Then, like you said dumped at murder, so they're getting into the big lake there and at this point as we sit here this afternoon. No one's been apprehended the canine unit standing down the helicopters down at this point is there series investigation happening this afternoon. Because of this very serious investigation. Aunt I I don't know where it stands. Exactly now I'm out of tartar range training today. But hopefully they've got some late and some things are moving forward. And so hopefully, they'll be an arrest sometime soon. But who knows what happens? Or sergeant Dan Hill's. How many times a year? Do you go onto the range and shoot? A couple of times, you, we have a narration day where we just practice shooting. We have qualification day, those of us who like to say a little more proficient, and I ate commit that hasn't been me in the last few years as my car job. And a lot of a lot of authors. Go out and shoot often or swat officers out there continuously shooting monthly and then you know, on their own they can go out and shoot as well arranged af spectacular there. What helps make us police department stake thought the country really really, I level people that keep all of our street personnel at a very high level. And lastly sergeant Dan hills. This is more or less the unofficial start a summer the first week in June. Do you have a sense is going to be a quiet summer or hot one? Because when I look in Chicago, they had fifty two people shot over the weekend in twelve murdered. And those the ones they know about. And they had a bloody weekend in Chicago. Los angeles. San Francisco largely is melting down with literally one hundred thousand homeless living on the streets. The bonding plague extract, Los Angeles, along with other communicable diseases coppers in Los Angeles, are now facing typhus and the Mubanga. Plague Cincinnati doesn't have that yet because Joe deeter stood up and said, we're not gonna have a homeless because they're homeless violating the law living on the streets of Cincinnati with hyperthermic needles and feces and urine, and all the rest. And unfortunately silly, certain left-wing cities are allow such things to transpire now, cops are getting typhus Nubani plague. Do you have a sense that this summer is going to be peaceful in Cincinnati. Flow. Shop sometimes stay. Explain why things go up and things go down. We've been down now for a while crimes. Shootings murders. I do. Fortunately, have a feeling that things are heating back up a little bit..

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01:48 min | 2 years ago

"dan hell" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"We didn't put your Vegas option on there. Dan. Why did you not do that Brockman right now? Thirty percent, though, want to see him be an action movie star twenty nine percent come back to the pats midyear twenty three percent W W E eighteen percent reality show. The impression I got was that Palestinian didn't believe that the gronk had to make up to be a movie star. Or maybe he was more referring to being in the in the booth like calling the game. You know, you don't do one game a great with that be Monday night football. Joe? Pat, McAfee rob gronkowski Peyton Manning. Hausky what I'm saying? I'm not really saying. I don't believe that we how about this. We've thrown the booger mobile window or mobile, gone K. You have gronk I'll Tony Serra Gusa standing in the end zone. And he's your endzone guy. Not sideline guy. Endzone guy. Just commenting on whatever. He's seeing all you need to keep in on the game on the field during the game in the crowd. He's like in the stands chugging beers. Very digestible chunks, right? You don't want to give him too much leeway. And I don't know if he's to be well produced, I don't know if Monday night football. They're gonna want him chugging beers. You know with coeds in the stands, but gronk gronk could be a valuable addition to the booth from from the end zone, and you go to three or four times a game. Think about it. I'm into that. You're welcome ESPN. You're you're welcome, Dan. Hell filling in on the rich Eisen show back to wrap things up. Still plenty to talk about this. This is the rich Eisen. Fox Sports.

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"dan hell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:18 min | 2 years ago

"dan hell" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Oh, all that often play. Why are you talking about this? Like, why would you be buying? It'll Russell Wilson right sleepy before you know, before rothlisburger burglary ups. Before you know, five kids are about to go with the first round. We'll probably be pretty good before your spell. They're gonna get paid. You don't which is a year with getting. But. What if it only goes to what they're actually they sat older hairs? Every related exports vote call. So I think it's certainly a situation that pairs. Football Jason lockenfora. Let's say in a d there's no trade the jets wind up sitting there with that third taking the draft will one of those big pass rushers in your mind, beater, go. Yeah. Yeah. But there's a chance of quarterback goes wanted. If a quarterback goes what they feel like they have to jump the free. You're right. I think at the end of the day. I think. Their will they'll be able to sort of adverse deal. Scared to get the three to be a position get Baker. I I think they're going to be a really good sweet spot there. And I think they're gonna end up picking. Eight or maybe not. If you're somebody like that. Probably be at that bar. I don't wanna give Miami quarterback. I'm not doing that. True miami. You can't you can't hurt to. But I don't want to trade with Dan. Hell I don't want to help them. You gotta make the best book straight games. I want to get one of these big defensive plays. I wanted to six seven years down. That my I would just say I think they'll keep very open by. I think. You think? Got the Bill. I'll give you a comparison. And I know it's it's different. But it has similarities the Pittsburgh Steelers are not treating 'Antonio Brown inside their division. And if you're the jets why risk rating a franchise quarterback go to one it's not like you're the only game in town or they go to go to. They trade that would have given to this last. Still wouldn't do not with the dolphins too low. Anyway, what are they twenty draft sound like thirteen something like that? Yeah. We'll the chiefs be able to trade Justin Houston with his contract or do you think he's just a cut a eventually? I mean, I think it just comes down to is somebody. Well, they get that up. I think he's probably a guy who they to be top space. But I hear that. They've gotta teach this up their sleeve stuff. I don't think that's something that they cling to you know, what I need all the way. Hoping and praying they get a four four or something like that. So I if they act up. Before I let you go. What did he is going to happen with Bob Kraft? I I have no idea at this place. Every single part of the legality completely play out there. They're gonna do their own investigation. They'll come to some conclusion about punish state at this point. He's still there because we don't police say that evidence, you know, if he's found to have issued a statement that was false fabricated or or what have you? I would imagine if apple figure into the punishment as well. It certainly does the players. But I mean, what can you really do whatever? To get the owners talks for six. Okay. You know, like, you know, you know. Speak. Why not? For thirty days. Like, okay. But. This camp. So he didn't take but it doesn't affect. Or the digital delay player. Okay. Yeah. It does it as a fan. I don't care. Five days. Carries on at the game. I figured it thrown out there. No. But if they could do something more serious. What happened in the NBA with Donald sterling law team? That is true. I think also, you know, maybe they do stuff with whatever fine. Yes. I would expect to be pretty sophisticated found to be guilty of what he's charged with your calls. You know? Despite. I think they would put it to the totality of the day. You know, what it do from the positive? Absolutely jason. We appreciate it. As always always a pleasure, man. You got guys play pleasure. Jason lockenfora of CBS another chance Yankee islander tickets. We'll come back with your calls. Eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six. Nj diet is taking weight loss and wellness to a completely new level with multiple offices in the Tri.

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"dan hell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:40 min | 2 years ago

"dan hell" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cunningham. The great American coming up in thirty minutes might McConnell's good friend. The honorable Reverend Brian Thome about Covington Catholic, maybe Christians must stick together. But until then Mike McConnell, welcome to the Bill Cunningham show willy how you doing. I'm doing well in this rather a frigid Monday afternoon. I'm glad you called in. Gimme your perspectives. Well, I'll watch some more of this. When I got home today, and it's really interesting. There was nothing for Mr. Indian to diffuse when you're watching the guys at cub CAF are doing their cheers comes down and takes off his shirt, and whatever that is the guys from the. The black Israelites they were trying not to laugh. I thought it was funny. The guys from cub kept it was funny. They're all lap. And nobody's about this to attack anybody, and they and the the black group there on video guy was up there. He was laughing walking back to his group. And then another guy who's says look into pointing at the guy who was being the most vital Vialli vocal in the black group. Everybody was laughing. There was nothing to defuse at that point. He did not want to Nathan did not want to dispute diffuse what he wanted to do was instigate. And so he wanted to walk into the middle of the cub Cam group, there was two hundred and thirteen boys they're out of five hundred and fifty one hundred twenty five dollars each for the bus trip. He wanted to go into the group to cause problems not stopped him. He wanted the problems. And now you got the Indian groups in town. I guess there's a few going to be a cub cat tomorrow morning to protest. Yeah. Well, I have a question is where did the original video come from? That shows the schmor- for about fifteen to twenty seconds because you watch the full video that guys banging drums and chanting in his face. But. Three full minutes. Most of the time. He's got a straight face looking straight ahead being a stoic as he can possibly be at some point. Maybe somebody is trying to make them laugh. I'm not sure where the smart came up. But that's the only part that made the original news look at this guy. And how he's disrespecting this India. Thing in his face. And he really did. And then one poor at that, you watch a lot of this video. India news, they're telling the white kid to go back to your whatever. Go back to Europe and one point that black Israelites, and those guys are thoroughly confused said to the black kid who's a freshman at Cobb cath. We're going to harvest your organs work. Where his classmates would do that harvest organs, and they dropped the end bomb on them a few times, the also some of the language I can't repeal on the radio. But the worst possible English words were hurled by the black Israelites at the cub cats boys, and they did nothing and they simply walked away. And there was nothing going on to defuse Nathan Phillips, and I'm told by those in Washington that this group the block Israelites in Nathan Phillips group shows up regularly, a conservative events disrupting them and saying nasty things when you go to a right to life rally in Washington on January the nineteenth every year. It is known among the liberal groups to drop the f bomb to a group of women to say you want to do certain things to them. The most violent things you can say. So the women stick together because they don't want to be separated and get these other groups yelling and screaming and spitting Adam which is what happened to the boys at cub gap. This is regular events on the mall, but the cop cat poyser from Covington for God's sakes. They didn't know this kind of liberal theater happens all the time in Washington. They didn't know why got calling this morning who was there. But not with the coming in Catholic group met two guys. He knows who lives in live in the area. And he said they were Vietnam wall a boreal and another Indian comes up behind him. He had bought a mega hat and an Indian up behind him sort of banging a drum and Channing in his ear trying to irritate them. And they moved on toward the World War Two memorial may follow them for a while kept trying to be obnoxious about it. And they pay attention and eventually they went away, but apparently it's an ongoing tactic. But I wanna know is. And you're the attorney who originally either edited the video or original video that made cub cap look bad out of everyone who was there. They were the best behaved. They were the only ones who were decently behave somebody either sent only twenty seconds of an hours worth of video or somebody at a newsroom selected that twenty seconds out of an hours worth of video to put on the news. Who did that question? Nathan Phillips group always had one or two filming to the side and taping and ordered to have the event memorialized in order to use against a lawsuit. He sues people regularly. If you if you push him or do anything, you get sued by these activists attorneys, and so that video came from Nathan Phillips group about indigenous peoples day, whatever the hell that is. And they sent that the newsrooms and. The edited in such a way to make the worst possible circumstances against Cup and against against the boy that group that did it was Nathan's group. But then these other groups because the way thing works today have these other videotapes that came out to refute the original notion, my concern as an adult you, and I are adults Bishop Foy allegedly as an adult mayor Joe Meyer, allegedly as an adult what they did was ready fire aim instead of waiting what Bishop for should've said, his luck. We got this videotape. I'm not sure it's the entire story. So we're gonna wait for the next week or two we're going to talk to the to the monitors that were there the chaperones we're going to gather the evidence, and we'll get back to you in about a week or ten days when this thing develops, but none of them did that that they were condemned. He used the word Bishop voice to a Catholic. When you're a condemned. It means you're condemned to hell when you use the word condemned in Catholicism, that's about the worst thing you can say and the second word in that script what out by Bishop. Choice was we condemn which in Catholicism? Have the power to condemn valley? Condemn you to hell if you wanna do Mike now Canada. The whole notion. Now, you might be condemned by saying that you might be condemn I looked at their website. And they are the name of the group is NBA and country today, and they have a longer version it in their headline the whole story before and after video of Phillips and the mega you and more. And if you watch their whole video on their website, you can see that the Covington Catholic kids did nothing. In fact, you watch that one and you can see Sam. You can see he's standing there. Stoically most of the time for at least two and a half of the three minutes that guys pounding prominence face. He's he's not provoking anybody. And it's their website that shows you look at their website. You can see that the black Israelites are laughing and the cast the only ones not laughing are the ones who walk into the middle up, which group behave the best governor Catholic without question. They were condemned by their Bishop condemn, Mike can Dan hell, they're gonna burn in hell and at one thousand serpents butting their legs on our minute by minute basis. Fully condemn them the hell out out out's in the thousand serpents. Well, Mike Boorda we go because tomorrow, you know, what the media's gonna tomorrow morning, you got five or six Indians are gonna show up at cub run around and protest. This thing is going to be gone for the next several days. It won't stop. I'm sure the Indians. I'm sure they'll be they'll have the blessing of the church the blessing of everybody because the Indians always right and white man speak with. This is just the way it goes. It's it's re. Yeah. When I see this. I'm not sure what your visceral reaction, my reaction. What I saw this video yesterday morning was damaged kid. They're gonna think white people are actually like this and thinking he actually was an accurate. That was my first impression I would have said to to Sam. And. I should've known better because the whole notion that I am most people, I know any white person. I know really gives a damn who the hell wants to keep anybody down. Nobody. The. Stuff going on time for you. You're not a top of mind for me as you think you are seeing the thank you are. I got a life. You should have yours. Everybody. I know that's that's their outlook. Hey, I don't have time to oppress anybody, I'm doing ABCD and e. Be on the war path for the next several days. What happened here when you're at the mall? I gotta texting someone who was there is that somebody walks around with mega hats, and they try to sell them for twenty dollars, and they get off from tannehill take it. And so what happened the boys did not go there with make America? Great again, hats they were purchased onside for like ten dollars. And they thought it was a nice thing to do. And so when when the Indian showed up he's ho somebody white male Catholic, we're in a mega hat who was at a pro-life rally. He's like Bing. Bada booed by a Bank. We got them all checkmark. Let's go after them, and they tried to instigate they weren't diffusing. They were instigating, and you have adults like the mayor Joe Meyer and Bishop void jumping to conclusions that the evidence doesn't support. Now. Do you think might McConnell and the next hour to the Bishop and the mayor's gonna come out and say may Ecopa may COPA may a maximum COPA? Well, it'd be smart for the mayor. And I understand what the congresswoman. The same. With regard to him trying to stand up for Covington because I e Email this morning from a restaurant thing, I guess the world hates Covington and yelp negative yelp reviews. Started pouring in on Covington restaurants..

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