35 Burst results for "Dan We"

Biden Asks Whether Deceased Congresswoman Is at White House Event

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 12 hrs ago

Biden Asks Whether Deceased Congresswoman Is at White House Event

"But one of the people who was involved in this food insecurity program was a representative Jackie Well so Biden's given a speech and he wants to give a shout out to Jackie walski so he wants to make sure she stands up so she can get acknowledged So he's looking around I want you to listen to what happens here He's like hey where's Jackie Check this out There's so many of you know so much about this as well and you're committed And I want to thank all of you here for including bipartisan elect officials like representative government senator Braun senator Booker representative Jackie are you here Where's Jackie I didn't think she was going to be here Folks I saw you just send me Jim Jim just texted me during the show He did it again He just did it again He just did it again But Greg price I'll put this out there Biden won this way from the podium again as the fema administration Look at the oh my gosh My gosh this is going on This is going on the podcast tomorrow Folks I'm sorry to do this to you There's no audio to that right Jim there's nothing for us to play for the radio audience Thank you Mister president Folks if you go to my Twitter I'm at D Bon Gino on Twitter You can watch what Jim just put up there He walks in the wrong direction the fema administrators go into grab them like sir the events not over this way Now getting back to the end of it Thank you for sending me This guy does not know what he's doing Jackie wolsky is dead She died in August and a car accident You got the commander in chief It was a major story Where's Jackie She's dead

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Karine Jean-Pierre Defends Biden's Gaffe of Naming a Dead Congresswoman

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 12 hrs ago

Karine Jean-Pierre Defends Biden's Gaffe of Naming a Dead Congresswoman

"Just for the sake of the country Korean jump here needs to step aside She's really genuinely awful at this Here is the most humiliating pathetic attempt To defend Joe Biden for calling on a congresswoman who died months ago This is just embarrassing Listen to this So the president was as you all know you guys were watching today's event a very important event on food insecurity The president was naming the congressional champions on this issue and was acknowledging her incredible work He had already planned to welcome the congresswoman's family to The White House on Friday There will be a bill signing in her honor this coming Friday So of course she was on his mind She was on top of mind for the president He looks very much looks forward to discussing her remarkable legacy of public service with them when he sees her family this coming Friday He said Jerry are you here Where's Jackie She must not be here I totally understand I just explained She was on top of mind Listen man she's going to get they're going to get I don't even notice I got to be careful with my words because precision matters and this show not because I'm worried about the lefties but because I'm worried about sounding hyperbolic these people are going to get someone hurt They just the incompetence is just stunning

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Dan Bongino Reacts to Hurricane Ian's Damage

The Dan Bongino Show

01:45 min | 12 hrs ago

Dan Bongino Reacts to Hurricane Ian's Damage

"So governor of desantis and Florida has given a briefing now We were just listening to it during the break a little bit It's just bad folks I'm down here in Florida I'm on the east coast East coast at least the southeast coast precision matters has avoided a lot of Ian's deadly little trail and bands I'm not sure Orlando in those regions are going to be spared but I know that area well That area is Florida congressional district 19 and for those of you who know me that's where I ran for Congress In Naples Cape Coral Bonita estero I know that area well Golden Gate sanibel Marco island they got wrecked pretty good folks They really really got hurt They were going to be a lot of people suffering and I believe in the power of prayer I pray for strength for the people who are going through this but if you look at the pictures coming out of Fort Myers they have some on Fox right now I don't know how to describe some of them apocalyptic I mean they're just it looks like a just wall of water was just dropped on Fort Myers With the commensurate damage and sand piles and everything else with it You know they say in a hurricane you know hide from the wind and run from the water It's the water that does most of the damage and the storm surge here was amazing I mean just it was really a hundred plus years they haven't seen anything like this with this kind of storm surge over there

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Joe Bastardi: Will Hurricane Ian Make Landfall Again?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:50 min | 13 hrs ago

Joe Bastardi: Will Hurricane Ian Make Landfall Again?

"First off this is going to make landfall again correct Ian and when it goes out and exits the Florida land mass there and gets back out into the ocean is it possible that they could become a hurricane again I should have said likely of course it's possible is it likely to become a hurricane again and where do you see it going Georgia South Carolina Well to refresh what we've said at weather belt we said from back on Tuesday this was coming back out with hit as a hurricane again that would be a double hit and what happens is that I'm in the private sector and as outstanding as the forecasters are in the government and they are we have to try to hit these forecasts and try to be ahead We have to give people information So if you follow me on Twitter you follow me on weather Bill you know what I've been saying So the national hurricane center remember on Tuesday was keeping it in line and just killing it over southern Georgia We said that we go out and just coming out Now that sounds real pompous you know my dad used to say if you have to tell someone you're good at something you can't be that good at it Day and age This day and age we have to have to make sure that people understand that whether it's a story part of the problem with the climate change situations people don't understand that the weather is a story not a snapshot because someone could use a snapshot like this And say what they say So as far as this storm goes when I looked at the 11 o'clock hurricane center forecast it looks exactly like ours from a couple of days ago and I think that they are right on top of this now We look for a landfall Someplace between Charleston and Myrtle Beach

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Joe Bastardi: The Problems of Perception

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 13 hrs ago

Joe Bastardi: The Problems of Perception

"There are exponentially more people living on the coastlines too Not only are there more people but they're living on the water You know Dan I know you're a military guy and you know a Secret Service of one level up right But Northwest military magazine and I'm still competing a bodybuilder believe it So I'm into all this stuff Natural bodybuilding Men's testosterone at the age of 35 now is half what it was in the 1950s from that World War II generation That's true A lot of the a lot of the problems we have today is perception because I'm not going to say people lazy whatever but you work in an air conditioned office all day right You come out at four 30 and you have to do and it's boiling hot and then someone tells you this is the hottest ever and you're apt to believe it If you're overweight now leave these sticks No people laugh at it Our success we're almost building the road by success that we're riding to the death of our freedoms because we're willing to buy this stuff And I'm an old guy I'm 67 years old now and you know as my father grew up on federal hill in Providence Rhode Island He probably should have been a Secret Service agent but he could fight But what I'm saying is life is life is sort of tough right But you do not advance unless you have problems that you have to solve And this is why ty this whole climate thing is We solve these problems without crashing the very thing that made it so successful to be able to confront it if indeed it's there I think it's a phony climate war but you know what Other people have fear I don't want to I don't want to take them down I just wouldn't explain to them

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Joe Bastardi: What Is the Weather Trying to Tell You?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:56 min | 13 hrs ago

Joe Bastardi: What Is the Weather Trying to Tell You?

"Joe what are you looking for when you say that we may not be done What exactly in your meteorologist cerebral cortex is going on there Well first of all you're in a situation where if you notice how cool it is in the eastern part of the United States all these storms that you see deepen as they come to the east coast have been cool air masses I remember Harvey was in Texas how cool it was all over the place It was a lot of cool air around And so what happens is this when you start cooling the United States and the northern Atlantic when it gets started getting cooler it forces the forces the convert what we call convergence to be near our coast If it's cool with high pressure over land and you have all this warm water to the southeast of the United States well where is the upward motion going to be What's going to be most conducive for hurricane development Now this is taking me 45 50 years to be blunt about it I learned it from my dad In those days those guys didn't have computers How the heck did they hit the forecast So my dad would always say to me you've got to you've got to study the weather and ask yourself what is it trying to tell you And if you look at the overall pattern for instance I posted something on Twitter The vertical velocity patterns in week three and four on the European on the J and a model are identical to what their forecast was late September 2012 What came along at the end of September right The end of October that was sandy Those vertical velocity patterns when you see upward motion forecasted over the Atlantic during the hurricane season sinking air in the Pacific it means that you look for certain things I can't get into it but there's a lot of old school methodology involved here that and you use pattern recognition

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Could Elon Musk Partner With the Video Platform Rumble?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:22 min | 13 hrs ago

Could Elon Musk Partner With the Video Platform Rumble?

"I want to talk about a possible possible potential. A partnership between the world's richest man, Elon Musk. And the terrific video platform, the alternative to YouTube. Called rumble. Now full disclosure, Debbie and I love rumble, the people at rumble came to me early on as they went to bongino and a couple of others and they basically said help us to build out this platform. And we did rumble began to grow rapidly. We began to post content on rumble. Subsequently, we were invited to invest in rumble, which we have, so I'm kind of letting you know that I have a stake or an interest in rumble. It's not going to affect anything I'm allowed to say, which is just descriptive. But nevertheless, rumble has grown from a relatively small platform of created by the way by Canadian named Chris pavlovsky. And Chris original idea was to create a platform that would help small content creators, as opposed to the big content creators that get enormous preferences at YouTube. And so it wasn't set up ideologically, but Chris is a free speech guy, and it's a real free speech platform. By the way, if you are not on rumble, you should be. Set up a rumble account, rumble is going places and you can find a lot of my content on rumble. Now, there was recently a very interesting exchange. It all started when the commentator Russell Brand was kicked off of censored on YouTube, and he was furious. It was over COVID and over the vaccines. And basically Russell Brand says, I'm moving to rumble. I'm going to put all my content up on rumble. And so Elon Musk kind of weighed in and basically said that, you know, it was very interesting. He was endorsing the free speech approach of Russell Brand. And then Dan bongino waited and basically said, hey, Elon, it would be great if you and rumble got together. It would be as one Geno puts it a four multiplier because rumble is a real freeze free speech platform and of course Elon Musk has the resources to essentially take rumble and make it into a kind of rocket, perhaps one that could even soar past past YouTube.

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Joe Concha: The Reality of 'Best Books' Lists

The Dan Bongino Show

01:54 min | 1 d ago

Joe Concha: The Reality of 'Best Books' Lists

"I've written a couple of books myself I Jim have I told you this I'm going to write another one I know I told you I did I not tell you I was never good at I did right I just said that I had an idea and I can't get it out of my head so I'm going to write another one I'll tell you about it But Joe be prepared You are again you're not a died in the wool liberal who genuflects at the altar of Joe Biden and Barack Obama You know your book's gonna be attacked right No matter how good the sales are I could have listeners go out right now and you should buy two and 3000 copies of the book right now on the phone You know The New York Times no matter what happens even if they decide to put you on the list there's gonna be an asterisk next to it and it's gonna say something like bulk sales bulk this is what they do You're anticipating this You understand this right No matter how good it sells they are gonna attack you Oh I embraced The New York Times doing that That's fine guys Go ahead Keep me off your New York Times Best Seller list All I go by is Amazon Because Amazon I used to be a sports columnist It's quite simple When you're doing baseball scores it's who scored more runs That's it So who's selling more books Yeah And if you want to tell me there's some sort of methodology that The New York Times uses No there is no methodology It's who sold the most books and then who should go on this list And if they keep me off of it believe me That's the first column that I'm writing about And I'll run to Fox News and your show tomorrow and we'll talk about hey I don't get it Joe is at number one or number three in terms of most books sold in the week but then The New York Times kept him off for some reason or put an asterisk next to it with no explanation behind it Go ahead guys This is why The New York Times has an endorsed a Republican presidential candidate since 1956 We're talking Ike Dwight D. Eisenhower and The Washington Post has never endorsed a Republican presidential candidate gee I wonder why that is Yet they're seen as the pillars of journalism and objectivity Well you think they would maybe endorse I don't know Reagan over mondale or Georgia Where we are at this point It's not journalism Dan it's activism And we all know it Yeah

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New Zealand Prime Minister Celebrates the Act of Censorship

The Dan Bongino Show

01:36 min | 1 d ago

New Zealand Prime Minister Celebrates the Act of Censorship

"The left is committed to censoring I want you to listen to the speech given at the UN by Jacinda Ardern the prime minister in New Zealand And I want you to notice the war analogy She gives it the end of this when talking about how she is so eager to censor information online and listen to how she sent it in such a cutesy nice way How she's the one protecting democracy by engaging in anti democratic communist vile type is a behavior like censorship Check this out This week we launched an initiative alongside companies and nonprofits to help improve research and understanding of how a patient's online experiences are curated by automated processes This will also be important in understanding more about disinformation online A challenge that we must as leaders address Sadly I think it's easy to dismiss this problem as one in the margins I can certainly understand the desire to leave it to someone else As leaders we're rightly consumed that even the most light touch approaches to disinformation could be misinterpreted as being hostile to values of free speech that we value so highly but while I can not tell you today what the answer is to this challenge I can say with complete certainty that we can not ignore it To do so poses an equal threat to the norms we all value After all how do you successfully end a war If people are led to believe the reason for its existence is not only legal but noble How do you tackle climate change if people do not believe it exists Notice the war analogy she uses The language is deliberate It's not by accident folks

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Joe Concha: There Are More Books Coming out About Trump Than Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 1 d ago

Joe Concha: There Are More Books Coming out About Trump Than Biden

"We're talking about when you include gotta ways not just the people that were encountering and then we're counting but all the people that were not We are approaching now the entire population of frigging Ireland 5 million people coming into this country in the first two years It goes through those three and then education I got a first and a third grader I'm all for parents rights not for teachers unions dictating that my kid in first grade and I have a first and a third grader First graders being taught about gender identification sexual orientation I don't hear the president saying one thing about that So I go down the list and I can't find anything that this president has done right and trust me I'm an objective guy I voted for Bill Clinton in 1996 when I was a young man because the economy was good and he liked to balance budget and he said that you're a big government's over All right good enough for me That doll guy looks old I'll vote for Bill Clinton So I can be objective But here in looking at it through sober eyes and lucid eyes I don't see it By the way you bought up Maggie haberman before And this is interesting This is the start of the year because this goes back to our media conversation Over the next 5 weeks there are 15 books coming out about the president The problem is that president is Trump That is what they're focusing on And you're talking to the one guy who wrote about Joe Biden in the past 9 months as far as having resembling a major name That's the thing 15 to one not one person can analyze and write about this president scrutinize the current guy in power No of course they can't do that They serve at the pleasure of the Democratic Party

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Joe Concha: Biden Admin Are Masters of Self-Inflicted Damage

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 1 d ago

Joe Concha: Biden Admin Are Masters of Self-Inflicted Damage

"The way they frame it it kind of alters it to make you believe he's an innocent victim in all this As you'll see in the book mister bongino Did Joe Biden isn't a victim of circumstances to your point but he and his cabinet his advisers his handlers they are masters of self inflicted wounds in this country And the consequences have been devastating to our wallets I looked at my 401k yesterday my jaw is still on the floor It's been deadly for so many Americans as well in terms of their decisions around the border in terms of opioid overdoses fentanyl coming in record numbers from China through Mexico and into the hands of so many young Americans who are dying That's the thing right It's all self inflicted So when you look at inflation yeah inflation goes up and down But when this president came into office it was at 1.4% And now it's well above 8% And I'm guessing maybe this is the reason why when you inject trillions of dollars into the economy in addition to the trillions that you're already spending that tends to increase inflation But again these guys will go out there and particularly the president as press secretary and they'll say no you know what This is called the inflation reduction act So I know we're spending a lot of money but it's going to bring down inflation And then every sober study and analysis says that actually it's going to raise inflation And that's the thing This is all self inflicted based on the decisions that they have made and that's why we are where we are And that's why I'm just amazed to your point Yeah he's had about 39 40% right now Who are these people I mean all I can have a beer with these folks sometimes is what can you possibly say you're doing correct right now

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Joe Concha: The Media Spins the Numbers to Favor Joe Biden

The Dan Bongino Show

01:28 min | 1 d ago

Joe Concha: The Media Spins the Numbers to Favor Joe Biden

"I wanted to address and you can certainly and by all means bring the book into it as well You're a media commentator You do what you know how he cursed does and what Brian stelter tried didn't fail that to do You actually do it well But I think you kind of nailed it Like how the hell is it that this guy is still at 40% approval Like how do four out of ten people still like this guy despite the obvious nature of the calamity we're living in and it really is the media right portraying like an Oz type scenario not showing you the man behind the curtain It has to be there's no other explanation Or spitting the numbers and telling you things that you know are real are not real So for example when the economy actually contracts it has negative growth for two straight quarters 6 months Any other time under any other president particularly Republican one that is traditionally called something called a recession Because we're going backwards now But then the Biden administration says Biden himself says no no no we're not really in a recession And here's why and they get these ridiculous reasons as to why More than enough people in the media say you know what They got a point you're right I know we've always said this was a recession but it's not really one now And then when the president says well we're actually at zero inflation Or it only went up a little last month He's doing that month to month instead of year to year which is the way you judge inflation It's like me Dan gaining 40 pounds And then I lose back ten And I say look you're like wow Wait any part of my history

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Joe Concha Describes the Writing Process for 'Come on, Man!'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:27 min | 1 d ago

Joe Concha Describes the Writing Process for 'Come on, Man!'

"You have this book out Come on man About Biden's I would like to cuss right now but I won't Let's call it crappy presidency Here's my question to you Yes How the hell did you keep this book under the word count What did they tell you We're looking for 70,000 words You could have written 700,000 words You could have ridden Anna karenina How the hell did you fit this kind of content into one book Dan you know that's the best question I received so far Thank you I got to tell you it's like a movie and you got something like that that's like the movie version of war and peace There's so much material to work with When I have 700,000 I just confined it to the most egregious examples of this man who somehow has failed upwards his entire life when you think about it They law school He says hey I finished at the top of my class No he finished at the bottom Then he runs for president in 1988 and he has to drop out due to plagiarism which is a recurring theme throughout his life And then even as a senator as a vice president and now as president profoundly below average yet this is what we have settled for because we had a media that was so hell bent on getting out the 45th president They didn't bother to look very much under the hood of what was coming with the 46 president and now you see him polling and Joe Biden lower than any first term president in polling history going all the way back to Harry S. Truman Congratulations America This is what we're stuck with

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Leo Terrell: We Got to Get Rid of the Bureaucracy Come November

The Dan Bongino Show

01:31 min | 2 d ago

Leo Terrell: We Got to Get Rid of the Bureaucracy Come November

"Leo on a practical note the one the one reason I could never do that I'd be an FBI director is a candidly I would never ever get confirmed by the Senate I have way too many enemies in the Republican swamp as well And they just hate my guts and that it's fair I mean I'd have to have some appointed position that didn't require Senate confirmation because they just hate my guts But it does fascinate me what would happen if we got like maybe a Rick ronell type or a cash Patel type someone who understands what happened with spygate with legal experience if we got someone in there like that that really got to kind of peek in the shoe boxes and peek underneath the carpet see what they swept under there Leo I can almost guarantee you have an experience with GS 1811 federal agents at agencies that is probably a lot worse than even you and I think Oh Dan I think you're absolutely spot on Let me be very clear Besides having we have to win in November we have to win The White House We have to undo the damage that the Democrats have done as far as legislation the 46,000 86,000 IRS troops we got to undo it And you know the process And I'll tell you right now we get the right supermajority Dan bongino gets confirmed by the Senate and you take no prisoners in that clean it up We got to drain the swamp Stan and the bureaucracy survived We've got to get rid of them That is very

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Leo Terrell: Dan Bongino Would Not Take the B.S. As FBI Director

The Dan Bongino Show

01:17 min | 2 d ago

Leo Terrell: Dan Bongino Would Not Take the B.S. As FBI Director

"And this is an argument I've had with friends of ours and the conservative talking head space as well Saying oh it's not the rank and file and a blanket term is inaccurate I mean blaming everyone in the rank and file is the opposite problem That stereotyping and the other way But absolving the rank and file as if I just serve the warrant fully understanding in most cases There was a political motivation No Leo I'm sorry I was a rank and file agent I left And I saw what was going on That's your responsibility And then I'm not tuning your horn but let me tell you right now I've listened to you when you said it on expertise issues like law enforcement I heard you on the overall day And you know how the sausage is made And what is Missy in the FBI management is somebody who knows the process You know the game And I'm serious I'm not joking around I hope your listeners really just swap social media You can run the FBI because you know you won't take the BS from those people who have been in the bureaucracy for 20 years We have to save this country and the first thing we have to do is save our legal system Dan our legal system is in danger Lady lady justice is not blind She got one eye looking at those who disagree with the democratic platform

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Leo Terrell: The FBI Are Protected by the Left-Wing Media

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 2 d ago

Leo Terrell: The FBI Are Protected by the Left-Wing Media

"That's what bothers me the most I mean thankfully we've seen a bevy of whistleblowers come forward Patriots and I'm honored to be considered some of them Friends But the management of the FBI Leo this would stop quickly if Christopher wray or someone would come out Now you and I are personal friends with the president when I name dropping it's just true I mean I don't have coffee with him but we know him pretty well And you remember in the Trump administration Leo the silliest things like we're going to enforce a border wall and we're going to move some monies over to pay for it They're like there are people in DHS are going to resign in protest Yet you've got this targeting of people in a supposed constitutional republic based on their political beliefs And Leo how many threatened resignations have you heard about I've heard about zero not a single one None because the ends you're a serious three component You got the democratic left wing extremist wackos You got now the politicalization the weaponization of the Department of Justice and the FBI And let's not forget there The left wing media the left wing media But for your show Fox some outlet the left wing media provides the protection And there's no payback There's no attacking what they're doing They're basically have compromised an institution like law enforcement like the FBI Department of Justice Now they have compromised it and the FBI have basically with the permission of the left wing media they're protected They're absolutely protected by the left wing media And even with Dan I'll tell you right now it's just not management And these FBI agents are compromised in a way Right They got to be turned to women after going to tell the truth or they're going to worry about their retirement Their pension Their family So they're compromised And it's not just management They're some of the Reagan follower compromise as well

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Leo Terrell: The FBI, DOJ Were Weaponized Against a Pro-Life Activist

The Dan Bongino Show

01:46 min | 2 d ago

Leo Terrell: The FBI, DOJ Were Weaponized Against a Pro-Life Activist

"Because you know what you're talking about and you've seen both sides of the political island invaluable skill You're also a lawyer I opened up today's show discussing the FBI and the weaponization of the FBI Now you're literally a civil rights attorney It's not figurative This has to bother you I mean the whole idea of civil rights And I'm not necessarily comparing the two because one was far more severe but the targeting of Americans based on superficial characteristics race or religion The internment of the Japanese Jim Crow slavery there's a history in this country that you know that I know that is a history we should talk about But the weaponization of law enforcement to attack those people for the superficial characteristics results right now in people's disgust Thankfully so But it's kind of strange Again that's severe But on a lesser level now the targeting of people for their political beliefs Leo perception is turning into reality here as the indicators start to pile up based on the targeting of that pro life activist by the FBI this weekend That this is a real thing political targeting We can't have a constitutional republic if it's allowed to continue You are absolutely right This is to fear I mean you expect the law to be our last key cornerstone of impartiality Let's be very clear The FBI the Department of Justice has been weaponized Everyone in the world knows what they did to that pro life activist A case that was easily dismissed They are cine a signal to people who disagree with the democratic platform that we're going to go after you and they're trying to deter people like you me the average citizen who has a different opinion Dan from the far left and they're using the FBI and the FBI is a Willy participant That's scary

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Leo Terrell: Dan Bongino for FBI Director in 2024

The Dan Bongino Show

00:48 sec | 2 d ago

Leo Terrell: Dan Bongino for FBI Director in 2024

"I was a little hurt this morning when you said you're on the east side of the east side of Florida and you're not worried about the hurricane But if there was a problem with going shut down you're called Jason And not me I heard that's true That's an insult That is I want to make it clear Dan bongino for FBI director in 2024 Leo Terrell FBI director 2024 I want to push that with the big guy And you know who I'm talking about All right I know yeah we both talked to him I'll tell you what I'll sign on to that deal on one condition On the short list as vice president If you do that then I will consider it Mike Mike what do you think Is that a deal

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"dan we" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"dan we" Discussed on Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

"I don't think that i could say so eloquently it's bid. I just wanna make sure that. When i put something out vitit really is something that i'm speaking to honestly and eloquently ended up. I'm not upping the game and adding something to what. They've already said that i did that. I i don't think that. I wanna try to put something out to take up space. What i would rather elevate their space then tried to take up more space with another song about something that they're already doing better than the way that they're saying and that's out the say that people shouldn't try to if people need to say somebody to say something and the more voices. We have the better but i think that myself as a musician other ways that i can address it and then i'm i'm hoping i think there's other things that can talk about that. Maybe address the different okay. Now that's all fair and good. We're getting to the end of our time. And i just We're going to actually leave this episode by playing your your newest track. And so i just want to thank you before we drop that for you know reconnecting with me on so glad we actually got the have this conversation for you to share your story. Could you just set up tracks or listeners. Understand how to listen to it. I would love to and thank you. So much. Mr mr ken pastor dr john canada's fight kenneth fight. Yeah yeah. I'm just really grateful for any chance that he get to speak to amazing community members and people that are using their platforms. Elevate other people so thank you so much for doing that for myself. And the work that you're doing to elevate the community. I think it's very well needed. The song about the here is called seeking a friend for the end of the world. It's the first single from a series of singles that i'm about to put out. I'm going to be releasing music throughout the summer and the fall. And i've got a bunch of other songs to put out to this saw kind of quarantine related but it's about the size of feeling like you're floating. You have nothing around you that keep you grounded and is needing a friend to help you feel like you're connected to the surroundings and your earth and your plan and your family and your relationships it just wanting to feel connected to something so hopefully guys like it if you want more check. Spotify danny kaye. Dan instagram danny kaye. Dan and please keep on doing things. We just need. Better people thank you. You're welcome That azis sat between now. Let's say a baby. Never way.

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"dan we" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"dan we" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"I love this other person and we walk in. She's got one who we are ruins day. She like i don't know what to do. I cry out of the room. That's what's happening in my mind like right before. Ck and some other ones. But i really walked in and she likes started crying. I was like god. This could went. I didn't know first of all. I was nervous. Because she cry because she's excited right. She cried because her day just got ruined the and she is bad but it works out. Good it is. it's nerve wracking. But it's very special thing to be able to get to kind of see that full circle moment of writing a song like speech better wives and then being able to be a part of someone else's day it's just it's pretty incredible and very special to be there so hopefully we'll get to do if things don't work out. Whatever we'll have a real career. I think as a wedding that's locked in for good then we can afford them. Okay last question before it gets you out of the greenhouse. Was there ever any consideration. The beginning of being shade and dan rather than j. It's a great question. I i don't know how the name came about. It was always just like we never set out to be bad. We're just two best friends right and songs we would walk into a place like publishing some. Were trying to get a free meal out for lunch or a beer. Yeah you've got a company card. Let's go down and share share here. Just that was the way it went. But now that i analyze it in reverse it was like maybe it was because if it was shay and dan. The word ends with the d. n. a. Dan starts with the d. So there's a little bit of gray area do shea and dan you gotta like. It's it's a little more difficult to say doesn't roll off the tongue as much having the da van and the d. Of dan back back we have a whole chart really got really delve into this checklist. He's gonna check us on the other side of that is is a reasoning. It also shane. Dan just sounds a little silly. I think it's exactly. Yeah i two letters. Show your rice. Because shannon doa was already ban and that was to close as well. It's shandon shandon made up. That is that a made up dan. Shea it was everyone just called us. Dan and and it was just kind of went from there and also we had a couple of names..

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"dan we" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"dan we" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"You exist dot com where people could go on there and they can post a picture and like sheriff story of their loved one whoever it was their significant other or their kids or their dog and it was absolutely just heart in mind. Bending i mean it was just a incredible experience for i think for the fans to be able to have an outlet and have a song. They had the words to say and to share someone but for us like looking at those stories of just a mike. We wrote that song just because we really liked it and we wanted to say something to our fans that we are just a phrase that. Dan had written down on his phone he said in his everyday life. Glad you exist and when you bring a title like that up in the room like that. This is not an easy thing to like. Yeah that sounds like the perfect bluebird moment is glad you exist so to have both where it's just it. Truly is my blowing to think that millions and millions of people you know even at this very moment or having that experience With our music and connecting with that in such a personal way have every single person is a every little you know view. You see one view if you look at like man. That's not a lot of us. That's one person but then you look at the family that that affects in the night is just a trickle down effect. And it's just i. It's so insane to me that it's meeting at that house. Party was not only the changing moment for all of us. But now look what we've got to be a part of because music is so much bigger than all of us. I mean it goes out into the world and we're not responsible for what it does after that and it's just every single person has a story in a connection with that and music not just our music. The music in general is literally can change the world and bring a smile space. And i think that's a pretty incredible thing. Hey guys thanks for listening to the sunday. Sit down podcast. Stick around to hear more from dan shea right after the break. Hey it's.

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"dan we" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

04:51 min | 1 year ago

"dan we" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist

"I don't need to know their character man. I'm bout let's go and none of us had any money those like anytime they were going to be free drinks and ball like i think we should seize the moment. Here guys need to do this chew. We haven't slept than week. Let's go to this party and it was crazy. I walked in. And i remember getting to the house thinking. I don't know if i'm in the right house or not. I got to the front door and the door was locked inside. The window was kind of did like this. I reached in there. And i was like this is going to be a great or breaking and entering into and that point for the cowboys willing going in and so we went in there and i remember dan andy and our our guitar player. Just was there at this party and it was just a a great time. I think we ended up staying up till probably two. Am and there was a moment where everybody was passing around the guitar and kind of playing their songs and i was like like to take a crack at that. You wouldn't believe it. This guy hasn't said a word tire night completely. Quiet everybody's past the guitar around national in this tent we overlooked at. That's right and mean we went to this place called music city thrifts. Just down the road from where we live. We bought like six dollars with a sheets. we tended it out. I mean that's the only way we could stay warm. We a little space heater. We huddled around in a row songs. Whatever it's up and he walked into the tent he's completely quiet like challenge like this shiloh guy hanging out raga. Yeah which i found out later is not. We're all singing. And then it's like two in the mornings i can. I try one and he started saying it. And i i was like everyone was like. Oh my gosh. it's the best. The best thing i ever heard in my life boat out my phone. I still have a voice memo this. And i like held it up. I didn't know what would come of this united. Never expect to be sitting here talking to you new york city and all these crazy accolades behind us. But i record them. And i've labeled at best singer ever december seven thousand twelve. Wow still a cover. And the next day i was just like we need to write songs like we had both been chasing the stream separately. Obviously without much success. I was living in a house with no he. Lic no food eat. I mean i was sneaking in to the hotel across from vanderbilt actually..

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"dan we" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"dan we" Discussed on Good For You

"My mom only reason. I'm still doing my mom. My mom loves you She loves how much you care about your skin. i kill with connecticut. Mom my mom thinks you are just so funny and yeah. She's the best i mean. She's i feel like you know. We talked about an earlier about how you know. I am not necessarily a comic with like a lot of damage or issues like trauma and you know. My podcast has been the most traumatizing part of your existence. And i had like a real. I had a good childhood and my parents were always very supportive and supportive of me When i was younger as support of my comedy from the beginning i mean my mitzvah theme was stand up comedy. you know. it's like they've been into this the entire time. There was never that sort of question like g wanting of a backup planner. Show do this. They were just like you. You never had any emotional in your life. Until i brought you into a television show at a- no until i met you all those relationships you're in it's been very difficult to trauma has all been like contagion from me. Yeah so he's like. Are you gonna be okay. It's gonna be it's gonna be okay. It's gonna be okay. You have to come back. i will. I mean we think is hen forty five. This is to your wife's going to divorce it. This is like a joanna rogan situation here. Joanna rogin joe anaerobic. I'm called hogan rogan. Get right sorry. Dan levy not levy lion. Why in his special on c. So check it out now. And where can you find. Indebted somewhere indebted. Didn't get a lot of people that listens. Parkas love television it. I think. I believe it's on added excellent hilarious pink actually the lions special when so collapses on amazon dot right elephants. That's how we end this podcast. Yeah anything else Now i gotta say this is very fun. Dan levy my best friend follow him on. I guess i'm only fans volume bands. I'm on instagram. Sometimes i didn't lead my phone for then. I put it back on anyways. Instagram at the show. Don't write elephants. We love you guys. Dan levy thank you. I love you we did. We did we did it. We're laughing gas..

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"dan we" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"dan we" Discussed on Good For You

"Scene to another show the other. That's my five year. What would it be. I know we really should be too good would be too good member. We had the idea based on the whitney thing which was bb bb f. Fos best friend right right right comedy about being friends with your boss right. We're right and All got yeah. I mean i'm i'm sort of obsessed with you know mythic quest just having rob on like you know i have not seen a show about platonic male and female best friends because a lot of people. Don't think that it's possible. You know what. I'm like. I i i remember. I had a movie idea based on hope. She doesn't get mad at me for talking about this. But jennifer goodwin. She doesn't listen to this. She doesn't even know her apple password. Jennings bless her heart. She had a boyfriend who is famous and his ex girlfriend was a famous model. Who wants she started. Dating him was around all the time like in their life in their life in. This is a swimsuit. Sports illustrated swimsuit model jennifer with dating a actor. Who's now platonic best friend was. Let's just say. Kate upton who was like at his house like who would be an tank top or a bikini like spill. You know cupcake on and go. Oh i need to go wash this like do laundry at his house in like billy. Can i borrow one of your t shirts and like would wear one of his tee shirts and she was like this is insane and they used to date so she was so jealous when she would call him she the marlins oh he can't talk right now like he's having you know at an audition or whatever and she'd be like and she was so jealous and she couldn't rapper head around the fact that it was platonic and drove her nuts because she was constantly comparing herself to this girl she would hang out with girl and the girl was like a black belt in karate was almost like owen wilson and meet the fuckers spoke five languages like worked for the special olympics was just like incredibly intimidating to her and she was always measuring or something and i was gonna make a movie about it and i wrote the script the script but no one bought that there would be a platonic relationship between guy and this attractive girl and i was like i have these friendships but no one would believe me because the people i was pitching to were all people that couldn't see women as anything other than a sexual object so they couldn't understand that it was possible so it's something that i've always wanted to make but the kind of people that green shows and write the checks they don't see women that way but.

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"dan we" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"dan we" Discussed on Good For You

"Jesus. That is so funny. What's this picture. This is great. This is actually when we got the new mexico after our private jet fiasco. And we are onset of zinc. Private jet quotes private jet. You know yeah go kart wings and we were onset of this movie and we were like taking pictures and goofing around hanging out. And later months later. I ended up stumbling upon this movie that we mocked when we're on set and it was a very very intense serious like army drama. Oh we were goofing. I had no idea that you're taking selfie. Scope and there were like veterans like people involved as movies. This was not a jokey set and we were having a time. No no no no. We were just being silly. Goose is what is what is this. That is that is. This is me and dan and a net flicks party. I brought dan to within about thirty seconds. I was puking in the corner had the flu. Which was frankly code. I'm gonna could've been the i. This was whitney's we're going to go to a vanity fair party. Okay ever to stop off at netflix. I i'm like let's do it. We go it's pouring rain. We have to wear garbage bags. Every experience is like the least cool version of what you think it will be every time. I asked dan to accompany me to like the gala vanity. Fair party every time in ends up being the lasko. And i have the flu. You wanna go on. A private jet is made out of legos. You wanna go party but this garbage bag over your head. What's what's happening. aren't you successful. Become friends with algebris. What is this this was. This was the year what what is twenty. Fifteen twenty fifteen young comedians special. It's blow burnham angela. johnson whitney cummings. tj miller and his dance ari muka guys. How weird is that so we are good. Only half of us have been canceled. You decide which have this was. Oh i know this. This was This wasn't episode of nbc's. Whitney this was the worst episode it was this was the worst episode made a guest director and it was shot it was. It was a nightmare nightmare. This was bad and you were wearing very very short shorts and they made you change. Do you remember this. You're not here now. I don't remember any of that. But yeah this episode was nobuo did this which was supposed based on a real thing. We're in the writer's room now if you're a real person that gets a show and you tell real stories. Everyone thinks you're lying if you're a woman it makes him worse. I'll talk about how i was a really big like basketball player. Very good at basketball play travel basketball. I went to europe. I went to austria hungary. And i think budapest. But it might have been berlin. And i played on. This pre olympic teams is sex trafficking to or just basketball liam neeson was there. He was under my bed on of flip phone. And i'm we're really good at basketball and a lot of my relationships end up getting weird when i say oh i play basketball and the guys like okay. I'm sure and we play basketball. And i ended up beating them in basketball and their ego gets bruised and it fucks up a relationship. We never have sex again. And i tell the story where i'm like. I'm good at basketball and everyone. The writer's room started laughing. And i was like. That's exactly the reaction the people i date had. They don't believe that. I'm actually good basketball. So we write an episode about how my characters go to basketball and then my boyfriend and the show is like er right and then we play. And i'm better than him. Yes but it was just a bad episode. When i a basket gray basketball it was really fun watching the because the writers are really impressed..

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"dan we" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"dan we" Discussed on Good For You

"Alcoholics anonymous and he is a reality show and he said i'm in a i'm an alcoholic can only date people that are in my program so in order to get in his life. I pretended i was an alcoholic. So i would like go to a meeting and then i couldn't get his attention so in the show i had heard about how alcoholics relapse by drinking mouthwash so i drank a bunch of mouthwash to try to get his attention to quote unquote relapse. But then i actually got addicted to mouthwash in real. Ring that reboot this. Bring this back. Rebooted jennifer aniston and then my best friend was a porn star that live below me in my apartment complex which is based on the actual person live. Blow my apartment complex. Yes who's actually an agent and endeavor who also was an escort is mixed in with this israeli arms dealer that also live next to me and indeed and a dj. that would take my checks from punked. I remember dj. So it was like this whatever remix and so someone that was pretending to be an alcoholic and then so trying to do a fake relapse started drinking and actually was an alcoholic and one of the spiral of alcoholism and trying whatever so was just like this shit show and it did not go. Not only did it not go. They didn't tell me that it didn't go. So i remember jim. Jefferies had a pilot at the same time. It comedy central and jim was at mantra. Was at montreal comedy festival with jim and jim goes. Hey dude like this pilot. Comedy central excel. Do i and he goes. You know they called me and like at the time it was like pilots would get picked up at a certain time. They go at a certain time they get shot at a certain time in like there was like a couple days a year where you would know your fate of a pilot going forward. A pilot getting canceled piloting picked up. There was such a schedule. Now it's like you shoot all the time in an arizona time but there was like a various rigid schedule and jim jefferies was like i just had comedy central. Spend two days rescheduling conference call to tell me that my pilot get picked up there. Okay because normally when you're rescheduled at a conference call for four days. That's good news. And he goes so it was like gyms not available on a plane so so it was unavailable and they got on the phone they go. Hey we're not picking up your show. And he was complaining. Like i can't believe they rescheduled for two days. And it wasn't getting picked up. And i'm going to my head. They haven't rescheduled. They haven't even said a call that means they must be picking my show up a month later. I still don't hear anything. And i'm like picking on my show. It's happening it's happening. They haven't set a call like can be a mess. But i do remember months pass and then all the advocate. What am i going to hear the good news. Maybe we should call to make sure to hear the good news. I can start casting. Because i've written a couple of episodes of this. He calls me. Goes i just call them..

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"dan we" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

05:15 min | 1 year ago

"dan we" Discussed on Good For You

"Which makes me wanna ask two questions number one. I would like you to tell the story of how you propose to rachel. Okay well. I propose to rachel. Because i met her in manhattan beach studios. I was on my way to audition for beauty. And the geek didn't get it and she was acting at the time and she auditioned for like. Csi miami rachel. Rachel was like getting things though right is really booking jobs. And she is now a big writer you know her and her partner. They wrote on crazy ex girlfriend. They wrote on a bunch of stuff directing movies and stuff. Yeah yeah And she was walking past me she was. She was good friends with audrey her writing partner. Yeah my friend from college. I'm happy studios shoot the. Oh see there She walks past from afar. I go. I think this is rachel. Bill sin from afar. She comes starts walking towards me look very similar and she goes. Oh hey and. I was like rachel wilson owes me so i go. She does her keys. Go hey what's up when she gets closer to realize it's not rachel bilton but it's just like really hot girl and i was like what's up and she was like. Oh sorry. I thought i knew you like. I'm friends with audrey. I i thought i met you before. This zuber embarrassing. And i was like no. It's not you wanna hang out to marry me. Wanna hang out. And she was like. I have a boyfriend. I was like all right. I'll find you on friendster. And that's what i did. And i found run friendster and basically dislike harassed her and eventually dating me and and then we dated and it was working out and then i was like well now. We're like really in a in a great place. And i want to propose to her so i was like. Let me tell you down. You're my best friend. And i know the answer to this but we do ask why her i know why but why her how did you know you wanna marry her. I think i know marry. Because she's like just solid and smarts and amazing and also just you know for someone who is little all over the place like me like someone who ground you in your relationship and sort of a husband. I need a husband. I'm married husband. did i did. Yeah and she does. I mean that's that's what she doesn't we're you know really work well together and has had this moment of being with their like you know we're in our twenties s heavily the best time ever. You know what. I love about her. That is is something to remind myself is i. I also when i see you guys together still now and back then..

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"dan we" Discussed on Good For You

Good For You

04:43 min | 1 year ago

"dan we" Discussed on Good For You

"What was your favorite episode. Wayne people a lot of fans are asking questions from fans my favorite. I think i would say my favorite episode was throwing you where you played geese silver. Yeah that was so. I was cast in whitney. And that's you weren't. They're given the part relies on creator. I audition just like i just for big bang theory and there were less lines. There is your lines you in the audience with me in the scene where crystalise character falls off the stage giving us. Yes that was a funny episode where you couldn't take him seriously anymore or be attracted so you saw him fall. It's my like one of my favourite conceits for anything based on joke I think in my special it was Where i was madly in love with the guy. And i saw him in new york trip and fall on a cobblestone street and i instantly fell out of love with them and i could never have sex with him again and this is about me and my boyfriend. what happens when you see the person you're in love with like a guy like trip and fall and it was ridiculous it was like he gave like a very long speech in the tripped off the stage the stage and my instinct wasn't to go help them. I just couldn't last. Yes yes can. I tell you. One of my other favorite episodes was when we got magden. I ran away really funny and also the episode where you walked in on your therapist. Play chelsea handler. Eating full cake. That was that was very. This was a what happens when you see your therapist in public doing something weird. Yes and we landed on. I see my therapist in a public park having a birthday party for herself full cake. I'm here's the thing about that. Okay well also real quick. I was cast as the character guy and i quickly give myself less silver silver. And that's what i was. And i actually had. I gave myself several lines. And then never aired never aired anyways still mad about e silver not having not having the license. You didn't get into sack. That was a lot of people's favorite. Like one of my favorite episodes. Was we would just get in little fights. I and i want to talk about your relationship with your wife. Rachel second because it was a big inspiration the sh- show i love being in that writer's room because it was just like us talking shit about the people. We were dating in episode. I remember there was one where her weight real quick funny story. Oh this is the okay. So owen hilarious can hilarious right. We are like interactive together. And when you have a big room you you split up there. It's like an era of maybe just joke while this real quick there's an air route. Be room and you..

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"dan we" Discussed on The Radio Show

The Radio Show

08:13 min | 1 year ago

"dan we" Discussed on The Radio Show

"Gone what's up man. You sound so excited to say that. Oh yeah just doesn't get now. It's another episode. The aftermath from the air you know always got the interesting guests man so they were talking to a off abundance recruitment. This do interesting story. Obviously author many different things. He has gone on. Why not talk to them and find out get all into. Do you think sent are so dan. Thank you for taking the time to come on the show and talk to us. We definitely appreciate thank you. I take an opportunity now. We definitely appreciate it. So so then your story. I mean you got many layers from unions to being a political candidates author. So let's kinda start at the beginning talk about a career in telecommunications how did that how did the split a ma bell like affect you directly and i was gonna say but some of our younger viewers and watch. Can you explain it in just what my bill was. Chair ma. bell was World for a lot of people that work for the phone company and it was the same place to work. You never have to worry about your job going to weigh. It was going to be there for life and a lot of diets. He's gonna started that way. A lot of people. There are grandmother work their their mother worked there and then they work their in in their expecting their their daughter to work there but a lot of things happen around nineteen eighties. When was mci world com was trying to get into long long distance business. Because that's where the money was done and We eight hundred block everywhere they could so finally they sued in federal court and the federal court said. Well you can either give them all this money or you can just break up the whole thing no longer a monopoly or whether they call it ought oligarchy. Company agreed to that. and in the meantime. Nci went belly up. They're no longer around enjoying the spoils of their Lawsuit so it was a scary time. We were used to having to gloves and compete in the open market and A lot of companies went by the wayside more were gobbled up by seven companies are created in the wake of the waco. Rageh up there we go sorry. And so let's created all new world and eventually sbc on texas of mine everybody else out and They changed their name day g again because everybody knew that it is the name that students even to this day. When you make a phone service agency is one of the first name pops into your mind. I mean that was one of the place. One the first place i worked when i really i started working was working for at&t and and i remember how product was at. I was definitely not mad at what they were paying me for. Sure so so. So the so pivoting from that and going into the writing piece. So did you always have a passion for writing. And when did you start feeling that your experiences that you have between telecommunications than other other things with something that wasn't just a teachable moment but something you could write a book about. That's a good question What happened was i saw. These things happening like the traffic controllers back in the eighties. Reagan said if you'll get me like help give me elected. I'm going to save you guys. When he didn't say was saved jones for somebody else in kick them out the door so let's see how can i lay this out. I was writing all along. I never was sentenced. I would just being a phone company. Worker and people are work beside often said Why don't you do a we do. Golden knights are on the tv. And i said tell the next day we'll get up for work and understand. Why a win says i would just but ever since i was eleven years old and i wrote my first story i that failure of being able to grow his own world of my own and tell people about it and When the that passion came together with what was going on around me. I realize things like this hardly ever happen. This is historical. Gotta tell people about it. He should have some of my experiences. Because it's going to happen again and again again. It didn't to the steel industry and did to the The technical bubble silicon valley. And it's going to happen it again and again because things torn apart and make it rebuilding and somebody's gonna lose his job over that your question. No no it. It used plan exactly where you've got that passion for being able to to get a book out there and get your thoughts out there. You just somebody. That was ambitious. You didn't want to just go home at west. Tv and kick your feet up. You wanna do more as a good thing. And a lot of riders. The reason why they write is to sort of put things down on paper that they've been thinking and trying to formulate some Theory of what the hell life means. And that's the way we do. It appreciate it all right. So we're talking to author democratic. All right so he's got a book is called. Capitalism killed the middle class as the system is rigged against. You can find that book on amazon apple. Google play books and anywhere. You can find your literature is there. He's got another book is called You will forever be my always and if you wanna contact dan you looking back on late than damn record easy. You have something damage over a dan. So my first question for you is how do how do we save american capitalism. I'm not so sure that same american capitalism is the right answer. I think that what we have to do is i don't live sees the means of production like talk about socialism and communism. What i would like to see though is labor having voice that frankly don rosa gave to us. He finally leveled all all the boats. And then they come along with called aft harley act nineteen forty seven and eleanor. Roosevelt widow fought tooth and nail to keep that from passing. And and now it's twenty twenty seven states and it's sad because a means that people on it to pay their union dues as they pay their union dues then the union loses money so they can't protect them any longer they can go back for them because there's no funds there do that so Again i think that the answer is somewhere between. I think that We've got unfettered capitalism with corporations. They pretty much do whatever they want. And we need to get. Labor needs to get back to its socialist roots. Only something called democratic socialism. That we heard about under bernie sanders house practice a long time ago. There was a group in wisconsin that was imposed of socialist and fibers of. You can imagine the to of them getting together. Who said the working man and woman need to be in the driver's seat in this country not corporations and or still finding about today two hundred years later and so i think the answer is if we can go back to that then maybe we can Provide a counterbalance against the unfettered capitalism. That we see in practice by corporations today. Why why do you think. Corporations are.

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"dan we" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"dan we" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"Hi this is tony tomato and onsite talk today. We have dan pain. The super soldier himself from stargate s one and dan also has the distinction of appearing on the pilot episode of rising as one of the first rates on stargate atlantis. Dan has an interesting new project. The television series taking a stab at more at comedy which is kind of a personal love of fish and you can catch him this coming summer in two thousand six at timeless destinations. We discussed his career the fans and his stargate experiences. Here's my conversation with dan. Pay obviously we. We have to get into the stargate thing for for your fans out there. But you're actually shooting a new series. I understand rock the last week or two weeks ago. Now he just finishing. The thirteen episode was an amazing experience. It's called halici sank. Yup and who do you play in the series Alison dad john macleod. Family and. i'm john macleod. John macleod greg. Now what can you tell us a little bit about what it's about. Basically the young girl fifteen year old girl. Alice who's been home schooled for ten years and then kind of chuck back inside society and left to fend for herself because her parents will be at full of love and free spirited if somewhat ineffective parenting and she's got her own style and dresses in her own unique way which makes her reentry into society that bit more difficult and she's got a younger brother whose genius who's a pretty much the glue in the family clear trials and tribulations and whatnot getting back into the swing of things at fifteen years old. Wow and you play the dad. Who's not an effective parent. Yeah no dad. i'm a. I'm a bit of a dreamer with a serious case of wonder and You know starts a million projects finishes zero and Yeah but You know want the kids who live free and and have fun now. This is all shot in vancouver. Yeah we shot it out online leona farm. Oh that's neat that's neat. Have you ever done that to kind of environment before or not with cows extras. I mean we. We had a farm right next up with twenty cows. Everyone we'd have to take over again because the cows are stepping on our lines. So that's so funny. That is great. You'd have to milk any of them. Did you may not. Even i might. I'm not sure that's great. So that was elosegui. First time on a farm. You've done that before. I grew up small town so this whole series of entity again the series of set in a small town so it was a bit of a ns tajik trip for me and this is a homecoming for you. In a way i go. Yeah let me work to a few issues. It was all shot there and you shoot like in the spring into summer into fall. Is that how you finished or shot. Yeah we shot September october november. Okay and when was it. Where is this going to enter dan so we can to look out for it. Yeah it's going to be on atv and the comedy network okay. They're talking about. They haven't confirmed anything but they're talking about a late january release for so cool. Cool very cool. That's very nice and it's it is a little different for you. You're not you're not playing warriors or jaffa or or stuff like that too. I think physically i. i'm sort of a built for action but my heart difficult to comedy so this is great blessing. Yeah it's an absolute blessing that somebody look look past a huge freakish frame and and ben throw you into. This is great. It's going to be fun and we're look forward to it. depressed me. how many episodes were already teaching shot. Thirteen in the can waiting to go. Great great great. And then. I guess it's just a matter of waiting to see if there's a season to knock on wood crossing fingers chasing rabbits down and all that stuff. Yeah yeah and the initial responses from some of the episodes. The money people have seen yet. Yeah in fact. They gave us a bit more money to do a couple of extra days to just Get all those little tidbits shots that were sort of. You know polishing effort shots for for that little extra factory. They said you know we really liked what we've got so far so more money do it right. Well that's nice spastic. Yeah fantastic input. That is really nice direct way. Yeah speaking of stargate the ultimate warrior. He knew prize secret weapon. You look at that costume. And he said that thing has got to be hot especially walking around vancouver shooting as he s she wanted is. It wasn't hot there. Were i think one of the early days we were. I was just one of the like exposing the super soldiers or the st one team right and had a job over a hill and it happened to be thirty six degrees out that day. Oh wow and that's a five millimeter Sort of wetsuit material with armor on top of it. And yeah i started seeing all kinds of crazy things in my hallucinogenic states was that you would with some of the explosions. Going on around here was at a stunt a stunt Soldier while the beauty of this thing was Dan shea and the rest of the crew. they're sort of. Let me do my stunts. They any opportunity. And i embrace it with open arms. So yeah that was that was getting blowing. Wow that's wild. So so how did he walk. Certain to avoid the damn thing so that you wouldn't get blown up in real life which which wasn't made easy by the fact that you can barely see the math man art meeting. That's for sure and i guess the obviously all the the laser shots that you shot out that was added later so you just had to kind of point towards a certain direction and then they would just do the explosions right on the set. Yeah nobody faith. I could make noises to there. You go now. There was a part where his super soldiers helmet was removed. The s. one was that also you that what me slammed behind. That green slimy transparent thing. Yeah that was actually pretty a pretty wild makeup even for as she wanted. Television was actually. We're kind of gruesome got a guy from l. a. And i i can't remember his name. He's an unbelievably magic Man making masks and creating that sort of gruesome but realistic craziness. I guess as far as aliens go. It was unbelievable and they they took a mold of my face so that it fit comfortably. That's good necessarily brilliant. But i guess. I guess it's like latex latex rubber so doesn't always smell very nice when we face now now i guess the sweat it also kind of factors into it too. A little bit definitely. Yeah that day. When i was running up and down the hills I had so much sweat. Pooled in my boots and was weeping of the themes of my boots which You know.

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"dan we" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

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07:09 min | 2 years ago

"dan we" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That is Dan Billingsley from heat Wave heating, cooling and plumbing and Dan We got a lot of great information that first segment a lot about the 58 point inspection. Will you guys come up and tune up Somebody's a C system and make sure that everything's working correctly and I think that's what a lot of people don't realize is Yeah, Maybe you're aces running. But if it's not running efficiently if it's not running correctly, it's really going to damage the longevity of that system, isn't it, Dan? Yeah, Actually, it will. Big time. Um so like we're talking about Earlier with the 58.2 now you know, there's a lot a lot of things that go into that. Um you know, our guys are trained to look at your system as a whole, you know, and most people don't realize that your system is Made up of three major components. You know, you got your outside, You know which everybody knows about. You got your air handler, which sometimes going in a closet or up in the attic. You know where people it's out of sight out of mind. And then you have and I'm afraid to go there, Dan, I'm afraid to go there. With that with attic like a lot of us. We you know, we love that you guys will come do it, cause we're just afraid to get up there, right. So we get up there. You know our guys is, you know, as long as it's middle of day, and it's not like 140 degrees in your attic. Um, you know, we can reschedule if we need to like for the first of the morning or later in the evening when it cools down, But a big portion of the system is actually in your attic. And that's where you know. Your duck work is, you know, around here? Most of all of our duck work is located in the attic. Um and actually the average home around here. Ductwork loses about 20 or 30% of the air that moves through it through leaks and your ductwork in the attic thing, holes and Dan I think a lot of us like me where I just kind of look at my doctor. Work is my dog crates there. It's just there, and I think it's doing its job and I don't realize the importance of it. But you were explaining to me. This is really an intricate part of the system, isn't it? This is much more important than I think people realise, isn't it? Yes, it is. Um you're you know you're duck work moves the air that you're paying to cool. You know you're paying the electric company. All this money for your air conditioned, run. Cool that air the dockworkers. What circulates it around the house and to all your bedrooms and rooms. You know, and unfortunately, all the ductwork goes through the attic. So, basically, just think about your mom growing up. If you're listening in your car, right, your mom, you leave the front door open and we're not paying to heat the outside. We're not paying to cool the out. Just think about that. You don't want to pay. To cool your addict and you were saying 10 20 to 30% you could lose of the air You're actually pushing through or should be pushing through to your home within your ductwork in the addict. Yeah, You know, there's a lot of a lot of times a lot of leaks and holes or, like even duck work. We've even found on inspections where duck was completely disconnected. Just dumping cold air and your attic, You know, cool in your attic. I mean, there's no point of Ah air condition your attic and that just waste so much money on your electric bill. So if we're unsure about our duck work for onshore about any single part of Our system when it comes to our conditioning and heating. I guess the best bet is just have you guys out there for that tune up because I mean, you just gave us a great a great deal for our listeners. And if you want to reiterate that again so that they understand how great that deal is, But for that little money to be able to find out exactly how our systems working. It's it's a no brainer, isn't it? Dan? Yeah, Honestly, it is, You know, I mean, are like I said earlier are 58 point tune up takes 90 to 120 minutes, on average to inspect your whole system. And you know, Right now we're doing it for you for just $39. That's an hour and 1/2 to 2 hours. If you're bad at math out there, that's a long time to have somebody in your home for under $40 So it really is a great value and again, if if somebody has been One of those people that Hey, I know my A C needs to get maintenance work every now and then. Or I know that maybe I should have my duck work. Look, Dad, I know that maybe my A C is not as efficient but I'm just I'm just kind of putting it off. Tell people what can go wrong. What could go wrong with your air conditioning your heating system. If you're not doing that maintenance if you just kind of like AA, we'll get it next time. And because next time Dan, you know this, it becomes a week a month and then all of a sudden it's been a couple of years until someone has been at your house. And how wrong can things go when that's the case? It can go extremely wrong, You know, I mean, your system is running almost year round here, and I mean, that's that's a ton of run hours a week we rated as Um, you know, systems get pretty dirty. It's amazing how dirty they conjugate like, literally just six months and we typically recommend getting your system checked out every six months. You don't before the beginning of season and kind of after the summer's over. You don't get it tuned back up and ready for Ah, you know the next six months, and we talked about the fact that if you're docked work is in. You know, if it's leaking, you could be losing air that you're paying to cool. Like you said. You're losing that in the erotic, but it's It's not just that, is it, Dan. You're going to get some of the air some of that, and nobody likes to be up in the attic of that dust. Right? That's from the attic. It's going to go into the system and end up in your home as well, isn't it? Yes. So what happens is, you know your addict error is full of insulation, fiberglass or different cellulose, And there's this a ton of dust from the insulation. And what happens when you're when you have a break in your duck work, or it's sucking air in. It's sucking all that dust and Particles and insulation into your system. And then it blows it around your house on DH, then circulated back through your air hander and then clogs up. Make sure your hands are all dirty and then passes it back through your house. So you're you're like You're breathing. All that. Nasty stuff from the attic. And I mean, I wouldn't want to knowingly breather attic in my regular or the aromatic regularly. I mean, I'd rather I'd rather not. I'd rather not. Absolutely No, I'd rather not breathe the and I'd rather not cool the attic, dear. I think it works both ways. I don't want to don't want to waste my money, and I also don't want to breathe 30 air, So it's obvious how important this is. And again it's out of sight. Out of mind. We kind of don't think about it. But it really is a lot more important than people think, really quickly dance one more time for people who want to take advantage of the 58 point tune up. $39. What's the phone number? Okay, It's 813 7105757710575781371057 57 and again it's a 58 point tune up a 58 point tune up for $39. That's absurd and listen, You've probably had an A C company at your house at one point, saying they were doing a tune up and they're in and they're out of there in like, half an hour. They're talking about 90 minutes, two hours when they come out from heat wave, so they're not messing around. Not wasting your time and then to make sure You're not wasting your money, so.

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"dan we" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"dan we" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That is Dan Billingsley from heat Wave heating, cooling and plumbing and Dan We got a lot of great information that first segment a lot about the 58 point inspection. Will you guys come out and tune up Somebody's a C system and make sure that everything's working correctly and I think that's what a lot of people don't realize is Yeah, Maybe you're aces running. But if it's not running efficiently if it's not running correctly, it's really going to damage the longevity of that system, isn't it, Dan? Yeah, Actually, it will. Big time. Um so like we're talking about earlier with the 58.2, you know, there's a lot a lot of things that go into that. You know, our guys are trained to look at your system as a whole, you know, and most people don't realize that your system is Made up of three major components. You know, you got your outside, You know which everybody knows about. You got your air handler, which sometimes can be a closet up in the attic. You know where people it's out of sight out of mind. And then you have been afraid to go there, Dan, I'm afraid to go there. With that with attic like a lot of us. You know, we love that you guys would come do it, cause we're just afraid to get up there, right. So we get up there. You know our guys is, you know, as long as it's middle of day, and it's not like 140 degrees in your attic. Um, you know, we can reschedule if we need to like for the first of the morning or later in the evening when it cools down, But a big portion of the system is actually in your attic. And that's where you know. Your duck workers you know, around here? Most of all of our duck work is located in the attic. Um and actually the average home around here. Duck work loses about 20 or 30%. Off the air that moves through it through leaks and your ductwork in the attic thing, holes and Dan. I think a lot of us like me where I just kind of look at my doctor. Work is my dog waits there. It's just there, and I think it's doing its job and I don't realize the importance of it. But you were explaining to me. This is really an intricate part of the system, isn't it? This is much more important than I think people realise, isn't it? Yes, it is. Um you're you know you're duck work moves the air that you're paying to cool. You know you're paying the electric company. All this money for your air condition. Run. Cool that air the dockworkers, What circulates it around the house and to all your bedrooms and rooms. You know, and unfortunately, all the ductwork goes through the attic. So, basically, just think about your mom growing up. If you're listening in your car right in your mom, you leave the front door open and we're not paying to heat the outside. We're not paying to cool the out. Just think about that. You don't want to pay. To cool your addict and you are saying 10 20 to 30% you could lose of the air You're actually pushing through or should be pushing through to your home within your ductwork in the addict. Yeah, You know, there's a lot of a lot of times a lot of leaks and holes or like even duck where we've even found on inspections where duck was completely disconnected. Just dumping cold air and your attic, You know, cool in your attic. I mean, There's no point of Ah air condition your attic and that just waste so much money on your electric bill. So if we're unsure about our duck work for onshore about any single part of Our system when it comes to our air conditioning heating. I guess The best bet is just have you guys out there for that tune up because you just gave us a great a great deal for our listeners. And if you want to reiterate that again so that they understand how great that deal is, But for that little money to be able to find out exactly how our systems working. It's it's a no brainer, isn't it? Dan? Yeah, Honestly, it is, You know, I mean, are like I said earlier are 58 point tune up takes 90 to 120 minutes, on average to inspect your whole system. And you know, Right now we're doing it for you for just $39. That's an hour and 1/2 to 2 hours. If you're bad at math out there, that's a long time to have somebody in your home for under $40 So it really is a great value and again, if if somebody has been One of those people that Hey, I know my A C needs to get maintenance work every now and then. Or I know that maybe I should have my duck work. Look, Dad, I know that maybe my A C is not as efficient but I'm just I'm just kind of putting it off. Tell people what can go wrong. What could go wrong with your air conditioning your heating system. If you're not doing that maintenance if you just kind of like AA, we'll get it next time. And because next time Dan, you know this, it becomes a week a month and then all of a sudden it's been a couple of years until someone has been at your house. And how wrong can things go when that's the case? It can go extremely wrong, You know, I mean, your system is running almost year round here, and I mean, that's that's a ton of run hours a week we rated as Um, you know, a systems get pretty dirty. It's amazing how dirty they can get, like literally just six months and we typically recommend getting your system checked out every six months. You don't before the beginning of season and kind of after the summer's over. You don't get it tuned back up and ready for Ah, you know the next six months. And we talked about the fact that if you're docked work is in Prague. You know, if it's leaking, you could be losing air that you're paying to cool. Like you said. You're losing that India erratic, But it's not just that, is it, Dan, You're going to get some of the air some of that, and nobody likes to be up in the attic of that dust. Right? That's from the addict. It's going to go into the system and end up in your home as well, isn't it? Yes. So what happens is, you know your addict error is full of insulation, fiberglass or different cellulose, And there's this a ton of dust from the insulation. And what happens when you're when you have a break in your duck work, or it's sucking air in its suck in all that dust and Particles and insulation into your system. And then it blows it around your house on DH, then circulated back through your air hander and then clogs up. Make sure your hands are all dirty and then passes it back through your house. So you're you're like you're breathing. All that. Nasty stuff from the attic. And I mean, I wouldn't want to knowingly breathe the attic in my regular or the aromatic regularly. I mean, I'd rather I'd rather not. I'd rather not. Absolutely No, I'd rather not breathe the and I'd rather not cool the attic, dear. I think it works both ways. I don't want to don't want to waste my money, and I also don't want to breathe 30 air, So it's obvious how important this is. And again it's out of sight. Out of mind. We kind of don't think about it, but It really is a lot more important than people think, really quickly dance one more time for people who want to take advantage of the 58 point tune up for $39. What's the phone number? Um, okay, it's 813 710575771057578137105757 And again it's a 58 point tune up a 58 point tune up. For $39. That's absurd. And listen, You've probably had an A C company at your house at one point saying they were doing a toot up and they're in and they're out of there, like half an hour. They're talking about 90 minutes, two hours when they come out from heat wave, so they're not messing around. Not wasting your time. And then to make sure that you're not wasting your money, so make sure you give them a call. We'll have Maurin Formacion for you, Maura from our expert Dan Billingsley. Mohr Right here on the heatwave Air experts radio show on NewsRadio W F L A.

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"dan we" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:02 min | 2 years ago

"dan we" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That is Dan Billingsley from heat wave heating, cooling and plumbing and Dan We got a lot of great information that first segment a lot about the 58 point inspection where you guys come up and tune up somebody's a C system and make sure that everything's working correctly and I think that's what a lot of people don't realize is Yeah, Maybe you're aces running. But if it's not running efficiently if it's not running correctly, it's really going to damage the longevity of that system, isn't it, Dan? Yeah, Actually, it will. Big time. Um so like we're talking about earlier with the 58 point to you, you know, there's a lot a lot of things that go into that. You know, our guys are trained to look at your system as a whole, you know, and most people don't realize that your system is Made up of three major components. Um you know, you got your outside unit, which everybody knows about. You got your air handler, which sometimes going in a closet or up in the attic. You know where people it's out of sight out of mind. And then you have been afraid to go there, Dan, I'm afraid to go there. With that with addict like a lot of us. We, you know, we love that you guys will come do it, cause we're just afraid to get up there, right. So we get up there. You know our guys is, you know, as long as it's if middle of day and it's not like 140 degrees in your attic. You know, we can reschedule if we need to like for the first of the morning or later in the evening when it cools down, But a big portion of the system is actually in your attic. And that's where you know. Your duck work is, you know around here? Most of all of our duck work is located in the attic. Um and actually the average home around here. Duck work loses about 20 or 30%. Off the air that moves through it through leaks and your ductwork in the attic thing rolls and Dan. I think a lot of us like me where I just kind of looked at my doctor. Work is my dog crates there. It's just there, and I think it's doing its job and I don't realize the importance of it. But you were explaining to me this is really in trickle part of the system, isn't it? This is much more important than I think people realise, isn't it? Yes, it is. You're no. Your ductwork moves the air that you're paying to cool. You know you're paying the electric company. All this money for your air conditioner Run. Cool that air. The dockworkers were circulates it around the house and to all your bedrooms and rooms. You don't and unfortunately, all the ductwork goes through the attic. So, basically, just think about your mom growing up. If you're listening in your car, right, your mom, you leave the front door open. What are paying to heat? The outside? We're not paying to cool the out. Just think about that. You don't want to pay. To cool your addict and you are saying 10 20 to 30% you could lose of the air You're actually pushing through or should be pushing through to your home within your ductwork in the addict. Yeah, You know, there's a lot of a lot of times a lot of leaks and holes or, like even duck work. We've even found on inspections where duck was completely disconnected. Just dumping cold air and your attic, You know, cool in your attic. I mean, there's no point of Ah, air condition your attic and that just waste so much money on your electric bill. So if we're unsure about our duck work for onshore about any single part of our system when it comes to our air conditioning and heating, I guess the best bet is just have you guys out there for that tune up because I mean, you just gave us a great a great deal for our listeners. And if you want to reiterate that again so that they understand how great that deal is, but for that little money To be able to find out exactly how our systems working. It's it's a no brainer, isn't it, Dan? Yeah, Honestly, it is, You know, I mean, are like I said earlier are 58 point tune up takes 90 to 120 minutes, on average to inspect your whole system. And you know, Right now we're doing it for you for just $39. That's an hour and 1/2 to 2 hours. If you're bad at math out there, that's a long time to have somebody in your home for under $40 So it really is a great value and again, if if somebody has been one of those people that Hey, I know my A C needs to get maintenance work every now and then. Or I know that maybe I should have my duck work. Look, Dad, I know that maybe my ace is not as efficient but I'm just I'm just kind of putting it off. Tell people what can go wrong. What could go wrong with your air conditioning your heating system. If you're not doing that maintenance if you just kind of like AA, we'll get it next time. And because next time Dan, you know this, it becomes a week a month and then all of a sudden it's been a couple of years until someone has been at your house. And how wrong can things go when that's the case? It can go extremely wrong, You know, I mean, your system is running almost year round here, and I mean, that's that's a ton of run hours a week we rated as Um, you know, a systems get pretty dirty. It's amazing how dirty they can get, like literally just six months and we typically recommend getting your system checked out every six months. You don't before the beginning of season and kind of after the summer's over. You don't get it tuned back up and ready for Ah, you know the next six months. And we talked about the fact that if you're docked work is in Prague. You know, if it's leaking, you could be losing air that you're paying to cool. Like you said. You're losing that India erratic, But it's not just that, is it, Dan, You're going to get some of the air some of that, and nobody likes to be up in the attic of that dust. Right? That's from the addict. It's going to go into the system and end up in your home as well, isn't it? Yes. So what happens is, you know your addict error is full of insulation, fiberglass or different cellulose, And there's just a ton of dust from the insulation. And what happens when you're when you have a break in your duck work, or it's sucking air in its suck in all that dust and Particles and insulation into your system. And then it blows it around your house on DH, then circulates it back through your air hander and then clogs up. Make sure your hands are all dirty and then passes it back through your house. So you're you're like You're breathing all that. Nasty stuff from the attic. And I mean, I wouldn't want to knowingly breathe the attic in my regular or the aromatic regularly. I mean, I'd rather I'd rather not. I'd rather not. Absolutely No, I'd rather not breathing, And I'd rather not cool the attic dear. Think it works both ways. I don't want to don't want to waste my money, and I also don't want to breathe 30 air, So it's obvious how important this is. And again it's out of sight. Out of mind. We kind of don't think about it, but It really is a lot more important than people think really quickly. Dan one more time for people who want to take advantage of the 58 point tune up for $39. What's the phone number? Okay, It's 813 710575771057578137105757 And again it's a 58 point tune up a 58 point tune up. For $39. That's absurd. And listen, You've probably had an A C company at your house at one point saying they were doing a toot up and they're in and they're out of there, like half an hour. They're talking about 90 minutes, two hours.

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"dan we" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"dan we" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Guy you're listening to. That is Dan Billingsley from heat Wave heating, cooling and plumbing and Dan We got a lot of great information that first segment a lot about the 58 point inspection where you guys come up and tune up somebody's a C system and make sure that everything's working correctly and I think that's what a lot of people don't realize is Yeah, maybe you're aces running. But if it's not running efficiently if it's not running Correctly. It's really going to damage the longevity of that system, isn't it, Dan? Yeah, Actually, it will. Big time. Um so like we're talking about earlier with the 58.2, you know, there's a lot a lot of things that go into that. You know, our guys are trained to look at your system as a whole, you know, and most people don't realize that your system is Made up of three major components. You know, you got your outside, you know which everybody knows about. You got your air handler, which sometimes going in a closet or up in the attic. You know where people it's out of sight out of mind. And then you have, you know, I'm afraid to go there, Dan, I'm afraid to go there. With that with addict like a lot of us. We, you know, we love that you guys will come do it, cause we're just afraid to get up there, right. So we get up there. You know our guys is, you know, as long as it's middle of day, and it's not like 140 degrees in your attic. Um, you know, we can reschedule if we need to like for the first of the morning or later in the evening when it cools down, But a big portion of the system is actually in your attic. And that's where you know. Your duck workers you know, around here? Most of all of our duck work is located in the attic. Um and actually the average home around here. Duck work loses about 20 or 30%. Off the air that moves through it through leaks and your ductwork in the attic thing, holes and Dan. I think a lot of us like me where I just kind of looked at my doctor. Work is my dog crates there. It's just there, and I think it's doing its job and I don't realize the importance of it. But you were explaining to me this is really in trickle part of the system, isn't it? This is much more important than I think people realise, isn't it? Yes, it is. Um you're you know you're duck work moves the air that you're paying to cool. You know, you're paying the electric company. All this money for your air conditioned, run. Cool that air. The duck workers were circulates it around the house and to all your bedrooms than rooms. You know, and unfortunately, all the ductwork goes through the attic. So, basically, just think about your mom growing up. If you're listening in your car right in your mom, you leave the front door open and we're not paying to heat the outside. We're not paying to cool the out. Just think about that. You don't want to pay. To cool your addict and you are saying 10 20 to 30% you could lose of the air You're actually pushing through or should be pushing through to your home within your ductwork in the addict. Yeah, You know, there's a lot of a lot of times a lot of leaks and holes or like even duck where we've even found on inspections where duck was completely disconnected. Just dumping cold air and your attic, You know, cool in your attic. I mean, there's no point of Ah, air conditioned, erratic and that just waste so much money on your electric bill. So if we're unsure about our duck work for onshore about any single part of our system when it comes to our air conditioning and heating, I guess the best bet is just have you guys out there for that tune up because I mean, you just gave us a great a great deal for our listeners. And if you want to reiterate that again so that they understand how great that deal is, but for that little money To be able to find out exactly how our systems working. It's it's a no brainer, isn't it, Dan? Yeah, Honestly, it is, You know, I mean, are like I said earlier are 58 point tune up takes 90 to 120 minutes, on average to inspect your whole system. And you know, Right now we're doing it for you for just $39. That's an hour and 1/2 to 2 hours. If you're bad at math out there, that's a long time to have somebody in your home for under $40 So it really is a great value and again, if if somebody has been One of those people that Hey, I know my A C needs to get maintenance work every now and then. Or I know that maybe I should have my duck work. Look, Dad, I know that maybe my ace is not as efficient but I'm just I'm just kind of putting it off. Tell people what can go wrong. What could go wrong with your air conditioning your heating system. If you're not doing that maintenance if you just kind of like AA, we'll get it next time. And because next time Dan, you know this, it becomes a week a month and then all of a sudden it's been a couple of years until someone has been at your house. And how wrong can things go when that's the case? It can go extremely wrong, You know, I mean, your system is running almost year round here, and I mean, that's that's a ton of run hours a week we rated as You know, a systems get pretty dirty. It's amazing how dirty they can get, like literally just six months and we typically recommend getting your system checked out every six months. You don't before the beginning of season and kind of after the summer's over. You don't get it tuned back up and ready for Ah, you know the next six months. And we talked about the fact that if you're docked work is in Prague. You know, if it's leaking, you could be losing air that you're paying to cool. Like you said. You're losing that India erratic, But it's not just that, is it, Dan, You're going to get some of the air some of that, and nobody likes to be up in the attic of that dust. Right? That's from the attic. It's going to go into the system and end up in your home as well, isn't it? Yes. So what happens is, you know your addict error is full of insulation, fiberglass or different cellulose, and there's a ton of dust from the insulation. And what happens when you're when you have a break in your duck work, or it's sucking air in. It's sucking all that dust and Particles and insulation into your system. And then it blows it around your house on DH, then circulated back through your air hander and then clogs up. Make sure your hands are all dirty and then passes it back through your house. So you're you're like you're breathing. All that. Nasty stuff from the attic. And I mean, I wouldn't want to knowingly breathe the attic in my regular or the aromatic regularly. I mean, I'd rather I'd rather not. I'd rather not. Absolutely No, I'd rather not breathing, And I'd rather not cool the attic, dear. I think it works both ways. I don't want to don't want to waste my money, and I also don't want to breathe 30 air, So it's obvious how important this is. And again it's out of sight. Out of mind. We kind of don't think about it, but It really is a lot more important than people think, really quickly dance one more time for people who want to take advantage of the 58 point tune up for $39. What's the phone number? Okay, It's 81371057577105757 8137105757.

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"The schoolhouse rocked podcast yet. You haven't then pause the show right now and go do it. Don't worry alway. Have you done it yet great. Then back to the show. Yeah I like that you talked about that. We have nothing to prove because that is one of the things that I feel like from the time. Our kids are teeny tiny. We look at other moms and other kids their age and you're like Oh. My kids nine months old and she's not walking yet, but your kids walking already at nine months old, and and we are constantly comparing and then feeling like we need to to prove to other moms that our kids were. They're supposed to be but also oftentimes it comes to family members. We've got grandma GRANDPA. Those naysayers in our lives who are saying well, you shouldn't home school. You'RE NOT GONNA. You know you're not organized enough. You're not smart enough. You won't be able to give them the education that they get any. A traditional school, so then we feel like we need to prove to those people that we have it all together. And and and what are you thinking through these questions as you're asking them and I'm asking those questions to myself and I'm thinking some of them. You know I well most of them I feel completely unbalanced on the time I feel like if I'm doing a good job. Of taking care of my home, you know we've got dinner on the table. We've got laundry. Dan We, you know things are fairly in order in in our home. Then the dynamics are just out the window, but then if we're really focusing on the academics, then our. Sometimes just is in total disarray So how have you found it possible to to balance all of those at the same time when I ask that I. Know that it's not. To perfectly balance all of that all the time because. We can't. It's not possible right well. I like to s myself. Are My expectations realistic? So I think we put a lot on ourself were sitting at the school table. We're trying to teach all these different grades, but in the when.

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