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"dayton mall" Discussed on Classic Countdown Conversations

Classic Countdown Conversations

02:23 min | 3 months ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Classic Countdown Conversations

"You missed out on like you're calling the voice actor mean it's basically just herbert. That still really good thanks. Hey i'm really proud of thank you So do you like mile of marvin the martian because there was a there was a. I don't know if it's a warner brothers Store at the dayton mall. Okay actually i think it was a fairfield mall And they had marvin the martian like play ground area. Okay go in it like space thing. It was awesome was very cool. I love that. And i loved it. And i would like i would want to go to the mall. The mall mommy mall. That's all. I had to say shula all right here. We go our guests for a beer mom that that little bit of magic yeah Probably because i would fall asleep. But i remember loving it. I don't know if that was just actually a dream fabricated thing. Yeah like you think you have a memory and then you tell somebody that was much older and like that in-app none of that israel or or your magic like it did happen but it did not happen the way that you imagine day. Can you imagine being much bigger than it was so that might be the case but ever since that playground it made me. Love the cartoons. So and that's what it's all about. That is what it's all about well not for the company's shiming money but for children that's was all about is inspiring wonderment. That's right i think again. I like marvin. Because he's got some motivation he just wants to get back home right. Yeah that's his old deal as they just wanna go back to mars. Yeah and it's just like you and your little roman soldier had why you like that. But and you got a little to to on like i guess. He's like roman. he's a roman soldier for several. Yeah with black black face well. He's not in black black face only has is It is a weird like if you think of a martian. That's not the first design that i would shadow Oh man. I love him. And i just wanted to get home poor poor guy cooed..

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:44 min | 7 months ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I remember meeting you some years ago at the Dayton Mall Fresh is when you played for the Dayton Dragons. Oh, man, I appreciate that. But it feels like yesterday I was in dating, but I mean, obviously, that was what Seven years ago. 2013 wow really has now I want to read some numbers here to your 38 hits in 149 at bats. A 2 55 average 12 homers 27 runs 23 R B. I's People realize how difficult it is to be a d h two. You know, um, it is difficult. I mean, it's honestly it's one of the hardest things I had to do. And, um Because you're kind of your only a part of the game for, like a total of four minutes, and that's on the high end. Right? So you got it. You got to kind of find a way to stay in it. I am not a D. H, um I believe in myself defensively, but it was something that I did this past season and I, you know, I figured it out. I figured out a way to compete and Trying to pull out. Um I felt like was a pretty solid performance and that season, so you know, I was happy with it, but moving forward. I look forward to playing on the defensive side, the ball as well and and showing what I can do out there. And that's what I wanted to ask you, Jesse Wankers. What do you foresee your role here in 2021? Um I mean, I'm an outfielder. So I think my role is going to be as an outfielder. Um and you know Yeah. That? Yeah, That's that's good enough, man. Now there was a stretch last year where you flat out, could not get out. What was that feeling like to be in that zone, man? It was. It was a great feeling. Um, you know, it was one of the things that you just kind of wanted to keep it rolling. Um and I learned a lot this past season about myself and you know, I'm just looking forward to getting back out there whenever they Whatever that is, they decide to get the single Where in the world did your power come from? Because when you were coming up, you know, I didn't see that many long balls and now you're up here. Wow, You're showing some very nice power. And, gosh, I wonder where that's coming from brother. I mean, you know, it's crazy, Helen Sports people people, right narratives about you before you even kind of get your feet wet. Um It's you know, I was in a car accident in 2015. I was dealing with some stuff and 16 and 17 and, you know, hitting the painting The baseball out of Louisville. Wasn't an easy task for me. It's I think there's plenty of guys who could say the same thing for them. And, you know, I just kind of stayed the course. And I, You know, I'm 27 years old. Now I was a young kid coming up to the minor leagues and No, I wasn't. I had to learn. You know, I had to learn how to do things that the plate, you know, I feel like one of my strong suits being able to hit the baseball. Uh so I just kind of learned how to hit the ball a little better. Maybe, you know, I mean, There's a lot of things I think you go into it, and I mean it take a lot longer than this. Conversation to kind of like, break it down. But I mean, you know, it's just growing at the players growing as a person is getting stronger, you know, physically and just learning about yourself. I don't think you know, a 19 year old 20 year old player was fair to say You can't do this to me because it's kind of like well. That who you know, like I never made any sense to me. It always bothered me. You know, people, people kind of, say it to this day, like similar to what you just said. Like Where did it come from? That's something I always believed in. You know, I always do with their kind of just figuring out how to do it. Right. Um, you know, guys, they're great at, you know, driving to the to the hoop with their right hand and then learn how to go there left eventually, right? So I mean, I don't know. I think you're just looked as a baseball player to keep adding things to your games. And that was just something that for me kind of came a little later and I'm still learning about it. You know, I don't think I'm a pure power hitter. I just think I'm a hitter. And I'll kind I came into this game doing that. And I feel like that's just gonna kind of be be what I do. Amen to that yet. We all know you can hit the baseball No doubt about that. Now I think your defense is You know, improving every year and I think your speed is improving. Let's not forget you had a stolen base issue and you got to on your career and I envision some more. Yeah. You know, I think I remember Trent Rosecrans told me I was actually running faster this year. And, uh, you know that That was honestly, of all the things that happened this past season. That was my favorite because I really, really worked at it. And I just don't think that the The player Like I said, I'm getting stronger. Um and I just don't think it's a 27 year old. I don't think you're I don't think I'm flat telling, you know, I think it's kind of entering a fun time of my life. Where I just feel like I'm improving and all around at this game and exciting time for me, and I wrote down a question here. Where have you improved? The most really just is an entire player. In all phases. Would you agree? I think so. I think that's my goal. You know, I am. There's always stuff that you can get better at this game, you know, and one year when you're not getting better actor like that's when your time's kind of coming to Ah, So the club so I just kind of I kind of want to just keep it better things and improving and just trying to help the team win. You know, that's really what this is all about. You know, we had a What I thought was a really cool season. You know, we had when it came down to we had We have to get hot. We had to win games, and that's what we did. I think that speaks volumes about a team going, you know, moving in the future. It's just like, you know, to get into the playoffs. We had to get really hot and that just that comes from a whole unit. You know, it's it was a team effort. Um And it was just really fun to be a part of those nice to kind of get our foot in the door and get some playoff experience. And then we'll just build off that and they keep this thing wrong. And David Bell told me right out of the gate tonight, you know, to 12 team batting average. Man. That's just an outlier. It's going to improve. Would you agree? Yeah, For sure. I mean, Right? 100%. I just think it was it was circumstantial. It's just kind of went down this year, Right? Like you know, if you look at it, it was 60 games. Right. There's teams that have a 2 12 batting average to 60 games and then finish the year with a 2 60 team..

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"dayton mall" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast

"There are there. Reds fans and Bengals fans in the Dayton area yes And then there are To a large degree large not Lebron's fans into a smaller degree some Indians fans but You know we're not Cincinnati North This is a very Autonomous And in a very parochial area. And I love that about it in that You know Friday nights you know were High School Football Stadium you know. That's that's what we do here and I love that the fact that Local sports have as high a profile As anything that would be happening at the at the collegiate level and at the professional level nationally. I mean you go to some. I remember going to Philadelphia and getting my haircut tournament barber shop and get my haircut. Augusta's where you're from Dayton Ohio will bring you here. We are for the Atlantic ten tournament. It was what's that was that. Well it said it would lead Danes Long with LaSalle Saint Joe's really. Oh I had no idea. Yeah so you know. Most of the metropolitan areas are so consumed with professional sports that You know anything. Taken Place. Collegiately or locally. Just don't didn't resonate. There's a lot of everything around here. I mean like you mentioned high school football. That's Fridays than you. Got College Football Saturdays and pro football the next day. There's a little bit of everything for everyone here in sports game. Well in two thousand and four There was a a game in February Dayton played. Saint Joe's hosted Saint Joe's and had a horrible snowstorm that weekend the Dayton mall was shut down. The mall was closed. flyers had a sellout crowd that Saturday night. Be Saint Joe's you know the next day. Everything is still shut down completely snowbound in K. Churches are closed. The Altar is playing in Saint. Vincent Saint Mary with Lebron James and CJ is going to play a believe Cincinnati Princeton in a doubleheader at the at the arena well Princeton says. They can't make it up. It's too snowy Akron. Same Business. Mary's they make it and so as alter against Lebron his high school team and again a sellout crowd in I just sold out to sold. I mean butts in the seat sold out on back to back nights when the area is supposedly completely shut down by snow. So that told me a lot about Dayton fans right there. I mean that's some not always tip my hat to UD FANS. There are probably the most loyal that you can meet. It's it's fantastic. And when the malls and churches close you think everything's closed but nope it's still basketball time. Get get there yeah. I mean it's GonNa take a lot more than just a on the only thing they can keep. Obviously the only thing that can keep flyer fans away is Kobe nineteen. It's it's it's still such a shame and it's the first tournament since what the thirties or something like that. It hasn't been played I. It's not good match a lot of great things about the Dayton sports scene. But in your eyes what would you like to see? More out of Dayton sports in Dayton sports media or Dayton media in general You know I think I just just keep the focus where needs to be in. That is The focus on what is happening. That is not going to get the attention of. Espn you know that in that is you know what's happening with local athletes. Local teams The you know the local stories about you know the people who are involved. I mean the news organizations are quick to say. Well you know. We don't need to be doing a sports because sports fans can get all of that off of ESPN. Well they can national stuff. But that's not the you know but that should not be the focus you know We don't need to you know if I want to know about the NFL draft. I'm probably not going to watch a local TV station. If I want to know about Adam trautmann status. I will So that you know that's the difference in so Yeah keep the focus. Local for those are interested in joining the field broadcasting. What advice and tips can you give? Well develop a brand Develop brand no one is going to You know no one's going to give you job. Security known is going to give you anything Your your value to an employer or as a self employed freelancer. If you will is is that you've got to have a brand you know. So so focused on. What is it you do? That's unique? What is it you do that makes you Someone that people want to pay attention to to give up something very valuable and that time and focus on that really kind of hold your brand. Okay what is it that I do? It could be that you just do everything. You're a jack of all trades or something to be said for that it could be that you know what I am the best Bmx bicycle broadcaster in the nation. In focus on that. You don't have your niche but you gotTa have a brand you have to have a brand So that both employer knows who you are and a listener viewer reader is going to know who you are like that advice about building the brand being professional with it too. I like that piece of advice. Larry how can people follow your work on Social Media Atler gone on twitter Larry Ends Getting whol on facebook and you know and then the old fashioned way twelve ninety. Am and ninety five seven FM. They can hear you on the radio. Waves Larry thank you so much for your time today. It's been a real owner having you aboard any closing thoughts to wrap up this episode Just that there are brighter days ahead for all of us. I liked that closing thought. That's Larry Hands Skin. And this is so one forty four. The Cincinnati Dayton sports. Podcasts talked you again for up. So one. Forty-five thank you for listening to another episode of the Cincinnati Dayton sports podcast with Lee w Maui and to subscribe to the podcast. Please visit the lead w Mao dot com slash podcast from there. You can choose your favorite platform such as apple podcast. 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"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"One pound seven hundred eighteen anti the strangest thing you've seen while driving on the road or mishaps that you've seen as well Kelly it's your turn was sterling get you in here before your two third report lots to do on a rainy Saturday in the tri state Kelly how are your sterling Hey Kelly hello Hey Hey I think I'm okay I'm better than the people in the S. U. V. behind the a box spring truck token kind of people that's for sure oh my gosh that's terrible well actually it's funny that you talk about this because I'm in Westchester we're exploring raid and I just now saw someone Christmas tree in the middle of the road I didn't see it found out but I saw it right afterwards the SUV or truck or what I think the truck was turning around in the road to go pick it up it's not good and the people got to bombard it's already a bad time yet to get in the rain but then how do you get it how did this is anybody hit it I know now it I just not the thing after fell out I thought the V. S. U. V. make it if you turn I think it actually I keep saying that should be the top pick it up sure sure that it's a weird if you know the one of the things you like all the sun your drive only think Hey I found a tree but it's not one of those you want to get out actually grab one that's a bad no no that's for sure well I hope you have a fantastic rest your holiday weekend are you filled up with the Turkey and stuff for your right you got left over still are white yeah I actually celebrated our thanksgiving early because I'm a nurse and I had to work thanks get a call so you got to see all the people who way way too much you were bloated and stopped and and issues of others people can I think of having a heart attack you like no just to eat something to help with a gas that definitely happens slight we appreciate what you do well and I I've been there not with that problem but to try to open a bottle of wine a few holidays ago Branham I was using a knife trying to get the cover off the top and I was you know I'll do that you'll cut yourself in that I took over and then a slice slice my hand because I'm the idiot that's all right got to pick your spots Kelly take care yourself I hope you enjoy the weekend Edith another's your chances of the interactive on the other side your two thirty four civil find out what's going on in the tri state again Xavier eighty seven sixty two winners over list them that was it Sintashta heard that game on seven hundred W. O. W. the strangest thing you've seen or unusual mishaps on the road on the other side ledger along listening to the nation station at your Saturday sterling seven hundred WLW traffic and weather news radio seven hundred W. L. jelly Cincinnati championship Ohio state Buckeye quarterback fighting for his life right now this is the two thirty report I'm sandy Collins breaking now former Ohio state quarterback and NFL wide receiver Terrell prior underwent surgery this morning he is in critical condition after being stabbed last night and his Pittsburgh apartment he was stand in the shoulder and in the chest police reportedly have a woman in custody ESPN's Jeremy Fowler says early indications are the prior is expected to survive just spoke with a family friend somebody close to the prize have been in contact and the families by his side right now that person said the price is expected to survive right now but you know it's a fluid situation critical condition coming out of surgery the doctors are currently monitoring that situation to make sure everything checks out now prior started for the Buckeyes in two thousand eight to two thousand ten and let them to two big ten championships and of course have a great career in the NFL he was just recently a set as a free agent now the latest traffic and weather together lots of problems today as a lot of rain is coming down across the tri state we do have a crash which is closed reading road add to list sandy bill Avenue that is close right now so you'll have to avoid you might want to you seventy five if you're going to get around that reading road area also we got a crash an accident on the shoulder northbound seventy five at the western hills viaduct the right shoulder is blocked a crash in the right lane that is block northbound seventy five at the Ronald Reagan highway Montgomery road at seventy one a crash reported just a couple of minutes ago also a crash in Dayton at the Spring Valley pike in deep forest lane at seven twenty five and I. seventy five that's up by the Dayton mall so do be careful wherever you're headed if you see something you want to update us feel free to call for two one six three nine seven.

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Side Hustle Kerfuffle

Side Hustle Kerfuffle

12:50 min | 2 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Side Hustle Kerfuffle

"Those two areas are really good for pickups, if I'm not near my hotspot, then I generally head towards one of those but beginning not be near a hot spot. You had a couple rides the of the day that you wanted to about two in a row two in a row. I'm in the city by the Dayton mall, which is generally speaking, the hot spot that you get sent to or thereabouts because that's just what's all the food is. Well, yeah. And that that's the center area. That is the central area of Centerville Kettering is the area that I drive in so twice I drove into town and then had to go pick up from the first time was Burger King in the second time was. Michael bell. And I had both times had to deliver them out to Germantown, which is outside of the Kettering and Centerville area. But you're you normally this it's so frustrating because again and I have said this before I'm not allowed to log in to drive until I am in my official area. So here I am leaving my health wanting to log in and I can't I can't I can't. But they made me deliver outside zone if very frustrating, I don't care for it at all, especially for small recharges. They give you. Yeah. Speaking of long drives. Right. And stuff like that. I kind of wanted to touch on, there's been a lot of conversation about the ecological footprint that Uber lifting Jordache have as far as is a good thing. A bad thing. Mixed feelings. Why think it really depends on where you live? I mean so if you're in New York, I could see it being a good thing, right? Because ultimately you're picking up one after another. You're sharing your car most of the day. You're keeping other cars off the street by giving these other people rides. But in a place where we live, like Dayton, Ohio rate. I don't know. I, I think it is raising the carbon pronounced here where if I drive your minutes in car by myself to go get somebody that could have had a car themselves in driven. The five minutes to go to the place. They want to go in the back. But instead, I'm driving ten minutes to get to them. Five minutes to the place. They wanna go and then five minutes back. And then maybe another five minutes to go back to a place where I wanna sit. I'm driving fifteen minutes that have nothing to do with sharing a ride with somebody will that end. I know that people in New York, okay, I'm moved to Ohio in the year two thousand. So I know that even as far back as the year two thousand in New York, people were writing in Cavs anyway cabs. Taxis. Whatever. Right. So therefore print has not probably really changed a lot with these new get ups but they absolutely have changed in the Dayton area because. I, I moved here in two thousand there weren't people taking cabs taxis around places just weren't. I've that the amount of cars roads have increased it causes more congestion, which is more traffic jams slower traffic, which causes more. Pollution in the air. I mean there's a lot of things to it. Right. But what I was trying to say was that since the year two thousand when I moved here, and there weren't people driving, taxis in cabs in stuff, just maybe like within the last five years. My niece nephew who are young adults. They take Uber's in to work like that's just a thing if young adults don't have cars, whatever they just take an Uber or lift. I grow eyebrow the city bus for a while. But that was as far as that went, so I absolutely no. With zero doubt that yeah, our carbon footprint is definitely increasing for the worst here in Dayton. Right. I agree. I agree. Know what to do about it. I mean, I don't know how chain I figure I think it would require an area like this to increase their, their bussing systems dramatically, or some type of better infrastructure that helps these writers that don't want to necessarily by car get around, but at a more at a better ecological footprint. Right, right. But that's beyond our pay grade. So. You were on door. Dashes. Facebook page or whatever the group Duran earlier and you came across something I think you want to share. I was looking for interesting stories and this one about that me in the ask this guy said that. Well, he posted a photo copy of a letter that he received from his car insurance provider, which is like, oh, that said that they were cancelling his car insurance because he uses his vehicle for door. Nash physically. Right. Well, then we do a little bit of digging, and we found out that you have to have a business, you have to have your car registered as a business type thing or something like it's part of a business thing, whatever like is that if you use your car for door dash at all or store dash, and I know who were lifted the same thing, like you have to have it registered for business. Use what was so? And I don't know if that's what happened to him. But maybe that's what happened to him. Maybe he didn't have it. Register. Business houston. They found out that he didn't have registered as business us, I would've thought that would've been referenced in the letter which it wasn't. But right. But who knows. I think I think other side of this is that a lot of insurance companies are still getting used to ride share users and food delivery, users, as you may know way laws have not kept up with lake cell phone usage in internet. Rules and stuff like right, right? So I mean, just make sure if you're driving for door dash Uber lift, and I think it's more than fifty percent of the time you have to have your car registered for business use. And if you're driving move or lift, you also have to get an extra insurance cover certain things, which she'd wanna ask your insurance provider about as well, I will mention that we have a great insurance provider. Absolutely. And actually a great friend. His name is Sean, and I shot, and he works at that camp state farm, which is in bell broke, Ohio. So if you are in the Ohio Dayton area, definitely reach out them, they know exactly what you're going to need. This is not a paid spot. Just great friends in great people. So that's pretty much that far as how we feel about all that. And that state farm is great and that camp in Bill book, specifically asked for Sean as one of that like. A million times that that and that's and that's that. No, it's not. No, it's a question for you. What the hell do you? Wanna ask me? Would you ever tip for takeout? I have to take serious. Yeah. I mean not like a ton like it's it's like a prep fees sort of, like, like, if you're owning you've ordered food. They've gotta get the stuff all prepped up and everything. And she took like a couple of bucks in an asshole, because I have never ten Lauren asshole, hold on. I will tip for great customer service. Wasn't as far as tipping saying, you're an asshole. Oh, okay. Yeah. Definitely ask will just in the grander scheme of things. Right. But like as a customer at attainable. No, I will always well, well to my waitstaff I will agree with that, actually I will back you up because ultimately, you have made me tip more than I want to, and I generally to ride around fifteen to twenty percent. And I'm always at least twenty litter because those people bust their ass work hard for their money in some like we got a gift card for a hundred twenty five tip 'em like the rest of the gift card. I'm like, but that's like fifty bucks and I'm laid just do it. Do it because we can we should because that's what good people do hit hint. World be nice only agree with a nice part. I agree with part. I actually agree that it really makes day when you took them. Well so, yeah, if you're able to do it do it. 'cause stone, don't you can imagine what that does for somebody's day. Right. So having said that I do tip for good service, when, when they're serving me, I tip decently for delivery like pizza delivery, or door dash delivery. And I generally tip more than you do for that. But I have never tipped for takeout leg if I call ahead and then I go pick it up. Like, I Don not for say I dunno. Chick-fil-a. And I would never it would never occur to me to tip them, right? I, I see I don't I don't know that I would tip somebody like, chick fil Chick-fil-A. So that's that's interesting. Because to me, the tipping only applies if you're doing it from, like a normally like what would be a sit down restaurant? So, like if you're walking into like an applebees or TGI Friday's or, or a whatever, like a restaurant that you would normally get wait service for so a person who is paid minimum wage and probably could use the fucking tip. You're not going to tip them. But if you're going to a nicer restaurant place than you're absolutely going to tip them, just based on the fact that it's a nicer place. Well, yeah, because let me explain why though, because you're talking about tipping, somebody to chick fillet. Right. You're talking about where you go through the drive. New tips on the drive through. No. Why not? Because they got ready for you. Right. Because their income does not depend on my tip. There. Income is their income, regardless. Whereas waitstaff in delivery. Their income is partially based on my. Chick-fil-a. But oftentimes a server is the person prepping your food like a waitress or bartenders one prepping your food at a restaurant, and they do rely on really weird to me, because I know that lay cheesecake factory, for instance, at the green their kitchen staff prepares it, and you stand right outside the door, and they bring it right to you. Sure in a place like that I could see not tipping. Maybe it just because restaurant because the wage is not the ones or the bartenders, not the one prepping food and getting ready to go. So why is it up to me as a customer to know who put my fucking food together as to whether or not need to tip while there's a big like if you, you don't line, find this huge debate on whether to tip for takeout or not, there's, there's a huge debate about it, and obviously all the people that do take out like the ones pregnant, they think you should tip. But there's a lot of people. Order take out the like y you're. You didn't liberate, you didn't serve it to me. All you did was wrap it up. And you were going to be doing that regardless of save a lot of time and hash over this. We just pay people right in the first place. Right. Although I mean we've had this discussion before too. There's a lot of wait staff that says, don't you dare take away my tips because at nicer places a decent living wage would still be less than what they receive in tips, which I find just crazy that never would have occurred to me. I read an article about it, though. And my brain, literally exploded, because I would have thought that always stuff would be very excited to be paid a decent living wage. That's not dependent on tips. Don't worry everybody because I mean, even the her brain literally exploded, she's still sitting here, she's fine. We had a medically treated good stupid will raise this question came up in the first place. Not about my brain, but about tipping waitstaff or tipping. Partake. Oh. What did that come up again? Oh. Because this lady this door dash driver walked into Chili's, Celica, beginning joke. I know. Driver walked into a Chili's and the Chili's lady, basically, gave her the side I. Emily's baby back. Are still. Anyway, the chilies lady gave the door dash lady nasty side. I basically through the meal outer like here, you go, and then, like wouldn't were about how this door Nash lady, stealing or tips, and I'm thinking how the fuck is, she stealing your tips? When these people were not gonna come in to get their food. And if they were they were probably just going to call for take-out in which case you win. You weren't gonna get tipped anyway. And then you had said,.

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Side Hustle Kerfuffle

Side Hustle Kerfuffle

11:23 min | 2 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Side Hustle Kerfuffle

"Is it worth, risking that one time out of five hundred. So what you're seeing is that the trust is based on, whether or not you can afford to lose the Idaho yet because the company can afford to lose boy, in your personal exception is your personal perception is much more purse, it's personal. You have personal item at stake that you don't want to lose. Whereas a company is what they can make overall so they can afford to lose those newspapers show. There's no trust involved. They just don't give a crap welcome tourney podcast metro based on. Newspaper sales. Okay. So sorry those. Right. Anyway. I wanna talk about a couple of things here today. But so there was a I was looking through defendant multiple reports not linked to some of them of Hoover lift coordinating to manipulate surge pricing at airports, what is surge pricing. Okay, so surged pricing is when there's a, a large demand on the consumer side. So, like, you know, the, the writers has large band for so peak-time yet. Peak-time whatever you wanna call it. Well, no, I'm just trying to like wrap my brain around it. So it is that the same thing as what door calls a large demand for the service. Okay. So rush hour. Yeah. Got it and generally, what would happen is, you know, those the surfaces would go up. It would make the rides much more beneficial for the drivers and more expensive for the writers. Well, they've been coordinating to fix those prices to lower them. So they've been working with each other, which technically kind of, in a legal issue area meetings. One of the grey business area so great, but, you know, it's about whether you can prove it, and who wants to pursue. Right. Very least is really fucking Cheney. Right. That's, that's kind of a point. I'm getting at is that, you know, some of the some of the disillusion with mover in lift for me has been the shadiness that I've been starting to see more and more of not so drivers or the users, but from the companies themselves definitely definitely. But you know, we've talked about the past how, you know writers say that it's not happen too long ago that they used to get sixty percent of the, the fair. Now they get about thirty percent of the things have changed, but it's more than that. It's more than that, because they now are also manipulating surge areas. So, like Phil, they'll show on our maps that there's a surge going on in this area. And you drive there and there's nothing you could sit there for two hours, not pick up a single ride, but they want you to go there. They want you to fill a gap they are trying to manipulate where everybody in the area goes so that they have maximum coverage area, and they don't care whether the surge or not, because they'll send you their looking for that surge though Cup surge off right before you get there. And then you're there. What are you gonna do drive somewhere else and chase another bogus surge or what we called hot spot? Right. Pastas, whatever. Yeah. I mean. It's so aggravating when you finally realize that they're manipulating you been sent somewhere that there's not business. Yeah. In that gonna make any money. They're just trying to fill gap. That's crazy. I'm not there to fill their gaps. And I, I refuse to chase certify at this point, or, or peak times, or whatever you wanna call it, I refuse to chase it because it doesn't make any sense, usually you can't catch it because they disappeared as your driving into it as I've said before, or you do catch it, and you sit there. I've heard multiple people say this, that they'll go to a surge area where there's like they're saying, like five dollars search for like yoga extra five dollars for the next ride, though. Go there, and then they'll sit there for an hour or more without a single ride seed that is crazy and I'm glad the far and you know, I'm knocking on wood here, but the far door Nash has not done. Some something shady like that. There wasn't an actual sound that was actual would that she not done? I'm not on that would start to make that clear that did not sound right. Anyway. Whatever. So what I was trying to say before you messed me up. Is that a door dash does not seem thus far to engage in that on generally speaking in the area that I drive if they send you to a hot spot, I've become familiar enough similar enough with the various restaurants that are regulars like I know what the regulars are that I can say, yes, this is this is likely to, to give me in order, and, and it may not be that particular restaurant that they're sending me too, but it will be one near there. Right. Especially one of the hot spots that they send me to most often is that stupid, Brecon Chick-fil-A in Dayton mall, which I won't go to, but there are several restaurants. Near the Dayton mall. So I will go park at the mall. Right. Just accept those orders. Right. Right. Right. That's that's really funny, actually, because it was just this week, I received three orders in a row to from enemies in any pretzels in mall, and one from the chick fillet in the mall, and I had to turn three orders in a row down, and it's so funny 'cause they send you a text that says. Oh, no. You've missed an order, and I'm like bitch. I did not miss that winter. I declined it hard road with Gretz you know, like I'm not going in the mall, especially now. No. Oh, no. Would you know that you? Oh man. That's so horrible. Yeah. Really funny. Is that if you actually miss an order late there have been times, when, you know, I parked somewhere like to get gas, and I've got to pause, my ship, so while I'm outside the car getting gas in order came in that I actually did miss MetLife sex shut your shift, and that's when it'll pause. That's when will pause my ship. So it's late, you know that I did not miss that I hard core pushed declined. No. Thank you. Right. I just think it's funny. It doesn't cause me any harm. But I just feel like maybe they should have two separate messages that they send out like auto send is a little off. So just go onto something else here. Maybe you got you sign up for something new and exciting this week didn't ya? I wouldn't call it new annex citing. But. Come on. What he's saying. Oh, yeah. No, that's not new exciting. That's new insecurity. Yeah. Jesse's been bugging me to sign up for Uber. Eat to try to fill some time in between in between shifts that can't pick up for door dash which is becoming more and more often. It end it is you're right. You're right. But I very, very reluctantly signed up for it. And so then I sent him these following texts with regards to over eat before George. I'm setting up my Uber each profile, and I want you to know I'm taking it all caps. Very seriously. For those of you that don't know if you look in you're drivers profile, you get to add some fun facts about yourself. Right. So I'm supposed to tell them all about me. Or you know what? Why what user should know about me tell our listeners all about you? First of all, I get to set my profile heck which they had a problem with, because I had beings in my eye, so and Jesse so politely pointed out that I'm not supposed to look, cute. I'm supposed to look what did you say professional or useful over the facial censor get your whole face? Right. I mean you can see my face. But anyway, I took I took a two different pictures, and one had McVay slightly to the side, it accepted that one it didn't accept the one that was head on, because my being like fellow little, lower something weird, whatever. So there was that, then there was the tell us a little bit about yourself. And I wrote SAS that intergalactic planetary who be rude. And I will give ten stars to anybody who can tell me the two. Different references that I'm making there. And then it asked what languages, I know? And so I wrote Klingon diatribes vogue on poetry and gala framed, here deep into the door care. Oh, we are so deep in the door. And then it asked me where I'm from, and that's always like a really tricky question for me that really irritates me quite frankly, because I don't know how to answer it because I was born in Germany might that was a little military. So I was raised for the most part on a small air force base in southern Italy. And I grew up also in various places across the US. I joined the military and was stationed in Hawaii. I mean, I've really been all over. So when you ask me, worrying from I hesitate to say, I'm from Ohio, even though that's where I've lived the longest at this point in my life because there are still things about. That I will never be able to claim as my own for example, calling the vacuum cleaner. A sweep that is totally in Ohio thing. I will never be able to claim that we've gone over this there is we'd be motion that occurs back you. I'm not getting into this with you because it's a relevant debate on our block on our website. Yeah. Your vacuum sweeper debate. So I'm definitely Manatt from Ohio. So I just wrote from planet earth United federation. And, you know, I think that pretty much sums me up. But then I had to write a fun fact about myself. And that was even more exciting to write. I wrote I am attracted to the Oxford, comma and correct the pasta. See usage turn offs include pronoun abuse asparagus. Kermit's legs and sniffles, he aware I may break out into spontaneous opera, because I deserve to be happy. Glitter is my dress code. The party don't start till I walked in, I practice Wheaton's law, but you're not exempt from my retribution. It's going to require people to do a lot of Google Inc. Yeah. I thought maybe that I am my own best audience.

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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12:13 min | 2 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"W. I'll tell you what yesterday. Probably. One of the best opening days. I think I've ever been a part of simply because the weather was great that that's always critical. It sucks to sit out when it's cold and raining and wet and all that. But yesterday's weather was a great little shower before the game. But during the game the sun came out the entirety of it. And of course, the pre-game parties at holy grail. And thanks to Jim in the crew down there. Always take care of us and was a packed house met, so many cool people the other element to that. To the fact when the game is exciting as it is that that is just that's the pinnacle, right? There is the fact that the reds win in semi dramatic fashion. Anyway. It was hopefully a sign of things the way I thought that the way that they manage that gained almost Velika playoff game right here. It's over he gave you know. You're you're you're go through three pitchers. In the latter innings. I like, wow, this is. Eagerly wants to win this game in front of the home crowd. So it was it was really anyway, Lance is gonna be here in about a half hour. We'll be talking about that as well. Sweet Sixteen stuff on show on seven hundred wwl w will you'll have Marty today at noon talking about Marty's last opening day, which was which was yesterday. So we got this story to and this is really nothing new. I think I remember hearing stuff like this happen. But not to this extreme, of course, when I was a kid and I'm talking about teenagers and malls teenagers and malls, go together like peanut butter and chocolate, right? When we were younger, and the malls were the hot place to be in this Ben in the one thousand nine hundred s he's going to drop you off or you had a buddy that had a car or something. Go to the mall, or the arcade or whatever. Right. And we know that malls are on the decline, save Kenwood towne centre. It's a scheme continues to keep expanding. But we know try counties in trouble, certainly, I don't know the state of Northgate. I can honestly say I've never shopped in Northgate before but Northgate mall had an issue where you had a bunch of teenagers leaving the movie, and I'll fight started or something along that line. Anyway, they called thirty police officers out from not just coal rain by their agencies as well to come assist. There were three arrests three teenagers facing criminal charges. One threatened to beat up a police officer, another one was put in a car and tried to kick the doors and windows out while handcuffed inside and another scuffled with a cop who was trying to hold the crowd back and knocked his body Cam Ross so you had three arrests out of the twenty or so teams there were outside or near Northgate mall on Saturday. And the statement that came out. I I don't know who put it out. There might have been Coleraine police never call chief Denny about this. But said summer watching movies, but a lot didn't was apparently the expectation of the parents that are community would provide free babysitting services while they were out enjoying their evening. I don't mind totally disagree with that. Because of socialization, right? If you're a teenager. I don't know your your fourteen fifteen years old. You can't drive, but you want to go out and hang out with your friends. It's the age where you start to to explore even more. So your surroundings to go out and do stuff, and there are times where my daughter would want to go and frost, living and Mason, of course, our mollahs kings island, right? If you live in Mason, you almost obligatory have to have a gold pass if you have kids because that's what they're going to go. And I was comfortable with gone. Okay. Cost me, whatever it is a year for the goal pass and beer Christmas present my daughter used to go. My son would go occasionally on one working there actually in. So we dropped the kid off go hang out with the friends. I said, you know, be smart. Don't be stupid. Don't get in trouble. Don't maybe you have to come back here before you eleven o'clock whenever it's closing. Okay. You know, they're in a safer environment there because it's fenced in. There's a lot of security their stuff. But yeah, you know, again, your teenager. If there's trouble to be found, you can find it. Which my daughter's put for a while. There's pretty good about finding trouble, but never had any issues like this. But but that's part of it. Right. Is it it's not babysitting. I'm we didn't do you. Don't dump your kid off at king's on the babysit them. It's because they want to get out of the nest they want to explore the surroundings. They don't wanna be hovered over and supervisor whole allies, which we as parents do a really good job of today to a point where detrimental to our kids in this case. I look at it and go, well, I wouldn't chocolate of his kids being kids. I I would never tolerate my kids having a run in with police. But but also specifically where they're attacking the cops. You know, it's one thing to get in a fight. As a teenager as a teenage boy, and even before, you know, my early years for some reason, I don't know used to fight a lot. That kind of way went there during the high school years. I kind of kept them myself and not really all in college. But they got all the way. But but there's something about that age is a kid back then and getting in fights forever that that happens? That's also part of socialization. I don't think it's parents dumping their kids. Maybe that's the case is. Yeah. D-? Do you really do you get a babysitter for your thirteen or fourteen year old who just wants to go out and hang out with their friends, and I think in in small doses. It's good. It's healthy, it's normal. But certainly tacking police officers and causing this kind of stuff is simply not acceptable. And this this is another part of the downside of malls. Right is ever since malls came on the scene back in the day? There's always been the problem of teenagers. I remember going to the malls. We would go to and. Yeah, there'd be some stores had a policy. They wouldn't let you in. I forget what it was. But there there's all sorts of noise in the teenagers. And then what happened was we started to move away from from malls in the last what fifteen twenty years two lifestyle centers. Right. You look at Anderson town centre Deerfield town center, you look at what's going on at liberty. And you look what's going on. Elsewhere where we're now you have essentially, they're they're glorified plazas right with just a hell of a lot more restaurants. So there are these lifestyle things that are going on. Nobody's really going to the mall anymore. Except of course, her Kenwood, and I really don't hear too many problems with the Kenwood towne centre. And I think they have enough security in the like there, but nonetheless as a mall started to decline. You saw a lot of the stores pull out right? A lot of the big anchor stores kind of went away, you know, when you had. The Cincinnati mills, right? A is dying. When there's no food court like the food carts, all boarded up. They've got. I don't know. Everything's a dollar store like ten of those. You got the guy selling the little helicopters and the cheap gold in the middle. There may be a close they're like all closeout stores in every other stores closed. You've got the guy. You've gotta have the obligatory five hat shops selling the same. Hi hats. Yeah. Go in there. And it's like a flea market, you know, decline, but was that going to track where else can a kid go in the winter in the rank and go hang out with a place like that. Or if there's a movie theater nearby. Right. That that's a bit of a problem. So this I kind of get it because and I don't know about north gain, and what kind of shape they're in financially. If they're what the stores like, I generally don't go to malls. And I've never shopped at Northgate before. So what no the layup. However, I will say that's just a look at what's going on the Dayton mall to right. I think there are a couple incidents up there. It seems like for years a lot of stuff is going on at the Dayton mall at here about and it's along the same lines. You're going to get kids congregating because there's nowhere else to go. They wanna hang out with their friends, and you hope they're not going to get into trouble. But clearly, that's that's been happening from day one from the jump. This is a whole new level of disrespect though, where they're actually attacking police officers. I mean in my lifetime. I can't imagine the time would be if I were a kid, and I consider a teenager someone who's thirteen fourteen fifteen sixteen years old a kid that you you think it's a good idea to lash out at police officers. I don't know if that's because the state of how policing is viewed by the community, or it's just the fact that kids are being raised by wolves. I don't know. But but that to me is a much different thing that happened to Meyer five one three seven four nine seven thousand Dave in sharonville on seven hundred WWE. Hi, hey, what's going on? Hey, listen. I don't know if you remember when four sir mall. I I remember when it first opened I remember. Yeah. I remember going there. And it was like they had a lot of stuff in there too. They had restaurants in the toy store. They had the what was the the clothing company that sold really cheap. Good close. It's no longer in business anymore. I remember when it was full. Well, when the first the first four, they hit this amazing. It had a carousel ferris wheel big arcade there, but people were doing the same thing. Right. Here's twenty bucks drop the kid off when the quarters ran out they were walking the mall with their friends. And I think what that does. First of all, they're not buying anything in any of the stories. Right. They're just walking the mall people that would normally go there. Shop don't go. Because there's these big groups of kids just walking around. I mean, it just it just I think it's part of what guilt force hairball. Yeah. I think that's part of it too. But again as the anger, so so I think the offset was this, right? You'd always had teenagers going around. But when malls were banging. There'd be a lot of adults are because it's the only place to go shop right in now with online and everything else the adults went away, and therefore the because of the kids that may be a component of it. But, but what happened was the kids made up a majority of the clientele weren't spending any money, which causes the the mall to spin further down, which now you have issues like I don't know how Northgate student, you know, I grew up in that area. But I don't I don't know by the whole Ford of a mall is they want you to walk the mall and buy from several stores. Right. But I think with a lot of adults in these places where these kids are hanging out, even if you go there, I think it's more become more strategic. Now, you go into one specific store, it what you want then get out where again, that's not how it works a works by you jogging at this store that walking around, but I don't think people want to walk around because of these bands of kids that are. Fulfilling right, because the only thing left is a place for kids to go where there's a roof over your head and kill some time without spending the money, which is a goal of kid hood. And I'm saying, I think what change was consumer tastes, right? That that kids may have been a turn up back in the day. It was like everyone would go to the mall. And so there are enough adults around that the kids would kind of act life if the majority of people who are frequently these places are teenagers. Well, then there's no adults there to keep them in check. I mean, just my sense anyway, and I think the mall model is is pretty much done. But it may come back at a later date. Who knows it seems like it's the retail shopping centers the lifestyle centers that which I see. In liberty township which is close to me. They've got liberty town center, which I guess is not doing as well as they thought, but it's like an open air mall concept. Right. Where a lot of restaurants and the Christmas tree. And we'll go up there. I don't know every couple of months, whatever and have dinner. I don't we don't really shop. But I see a lot of kids around but see a lot adults around too. So I think there's an offset there. You know what I mean? Well, the funny thing is the biggest mall in the country, which is the mall of America doesn't have these issues, and they flourished they I built that place. Was there a couple of years ago? And because we brought my daughter up there, and we went to mall of America in it is it is ridiculous. But you have three every like three levels. I think in every level has the same stores. It's like you got the same lead store on every low. You've got MRs fields cookie. There's like six of those. It's it's it's it's like, it's big. But it's like a lot of the same exact, and every level is like the Kenwood towne centre. But it's it's it's called to see or amusement park and all that too. But it's different. I mean, Minnesota it is literally you can't go outside for about six months of the year..

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:03 min | 2 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Think I've never been a part of simply because the weather was great. That's always critical. It sucks to sit out when it's cold and raining and wet and all that. But yesterday's weather was great little shower before the game. But during the game the sun came out the entirety of it. And of course, the pre-game parties at holy grail. And and thanks to Jim in the crew down there, always take care of us. And it was a packed house met so many people in the other element to that. To the fact when the game is as exciting as it is that that is just that's the pinnacle, right? There is the fact that the red win in semi dramatic fashion. Anyway. It was hopefully a sign of things the way I thought that the way that they manage that game almost like a playoff game right here. It's over. He gave you know. You're you go through three pitchers. In the latter innings. I like, wow, this is really wants to win this game in front of the home crowd. So it was it was really anyway, Lance is going to be hearing about a half hour. We'll be talking about that as well. Sweet Sixteen stuff on show on seven hundred wwl w you'll have mardi today at noon talking about Marty's last opening day, which was which was yesterday. So we got this story to and this is really nothing new. I think I remember hearing stuff like this happen. But not to this extreme, of course, when I was a kid and I'm talking about teenagers and malls teenagers and malls, go together like peanut butter and chocolate, right? When we were younger, and the malls were the hot place to be in this, Ben in the one thousand nine hundred eighty going meet, the parents are drop you off or you had a buddy that had a car or something you need to go to hang out the mall, or the arcade or whatever. Right. And we know that malls are on the decline. Save Kenwood towne centre scheme continues to keep expanding. But we know try counties in trouble, certainly, I don't know the state of Northgate. I can honestly say I've never shopped in Northgate before but Northgate mall had an issue where you had a bunch of teenagers leaving the movie, and I'll fight started or something along that line. Anyway, they called thirty police officers from not just coal rain, but other agencies as well to come assist. There were three arrests three teenagers facing criminal charges. One threatened to beat up a police officer, another one was put in a car and tried to kick the doors and windows out while handcuffed inside and another scuffled with a cop who was trying to hold the crowd back and knocked his body camera off, so he had three array. Out of the twenty or so teens there were outside or near Northgate mall on Saturday. And the statement that came out. I I don't know who put it out. There might have been Coleraine police number call chief Danny about this. But said summer watching movies, but a lot didn't was apparently the expectation of the parents that are community would provide free babysitting services while they were out enjoying their evening. I don't buy totally disagree with that. Because of socialization, right? If you're a teenager. I don't know your your fourteen fifteen years old. You can't drive, but you want to go out and hang out with your friends. It's the age where you start to explore even more. So your surroundings to go out and do stuff, and there are times where my daughter would wanna go and frost, living and Mason, of course, our mall is kings island. Right. If you live in Mason, you almost obligatory have to have a gold pass if you have kids because that's what they're going to go. And I was comfortable with it cost me, whatever it is a year for the gold pass and beer Christmas present my daughter used to go. My son would go occasionally on one working there actually in. So we dropped the kid off go hang out with the friends. I said, you know, be smart. Don't be stupid. Don't get a trouble. Don't maybe you have to come back here before you eleven o'clock or whenever it's closing. Okay. You know, they're in a safer environment there because it's fenced in. There's a lot of security their stuff. But yeah, you know, again, your teenager. If there's trouble to be found, you can find it. Which my daughter's put for a while. There is pretty good about finding trouble. But never had any issues like this. But but that's part of it. Right. Is it it's not babysitting. I'm we didn't do you. Don't dump your kid off at king's on the babysit them. It's because they want to get out of the nest they want to explore the surroundings. They don't wanna be hovered over and supervisor whole lives, which we as parents do a really good job of today to a point where detrimental to our kids in this case. I look at it and go, well, I wouldn't chocolate of his kids being kids. I I would never tolerate my kids having a run in with police. But but also specifically where they're attacking the cops. You know, it's one thing to get in a fight. As a teenager as a teenage boy, and even before, you know, my early years for some reason, I don't know used to fight a lot. That kind of way went there during a high school years are kind of kept it myself and not really all in college. But that guy got all the way. But there's something about that age is a kid back then getting in fights forever at that happens. That's also part of socialization. So I don't think it's parents dumping their kids. Maybe that's the cases. Yeah. D-? Do you really? Do you get a babysitter for your thirteen or fourteen year old who just wants to go out and hang out with friends, and I think and and small doses. It's good. It's healthy it's normal, but certainly attacking police officers and causing this kind of stuff is simply not acceptable. And this is another part of the downside of malls, right is ever since malls came on the scene back in the day. There's always been the problem of teenagers. I remember going to the malls. And we would go to and. Yeah, there'd be I think there are some stores had a policy they wouldn't let Yan or I forget what it was. But there there's all sorts of noise in the teenagers. And then what happened was we started to move away from from malls in the last what fifteen twenty years. Two lifestyle centers. Right. You look at Anderson town centre Deerfield town center, you look at what's going on at liberty. And you look what's going on. Elsewhere where we're now you have essentially, they're they're glorified plazas right with just a hell of a lot more restaurants. So they're these lifestyle things that are going on nobody's really going to the mall anymore, except of course, her Kenwood, and I really don't hear too many problems with the Kenwood towne centre. And I think they have enough security in the like there, but nonetheless as a mall started to decline. You saw a lot of the stores pull out right? A lot of the big anchor stores kind of went away when you had. The Cincinnati mills, right? A dying when there's no food court like the food carts all boarded up. They've got. I don't know. Everything's a dollar store like ten of those. You got the guy selling the little helicopters and the cheap gold in the middle. There may be a close they're like all closeout stores and every other stores closed. You've got the guy. You gotta have the obligatory five hat shops selling the same. Hi, hats and say, yeah. Go in there, and it's like a flea market decline. But what's that gonna track where else can a kid go in the winter in the right in and go hang out at a place like that? Or if there's a movie theater nearby. Right. That that's a bit of a problem. So I look at this. I kind of get it because and I don't know about north gain, and what kind of shape they're in financially. If they're what the stores like, I generally don't go to malls. And I've never shopped at Northgate before. So no, the layup. However, I will say that's just a look at what's going on the Dayton mall to right. I think there are a couple of incidents up there. It seems like for years. A lot of stuff is going on at the Dayton mall at here better. And it's along the same lines. Going to get kids congregating because there's nowhere else to go. And then want to hang out with their friends, and you hope they're not gonna get into trouble. But clearly, that's that's been happening from day one from the jump. This is a whole new level of disrespect or where they're actually attacking police officers. I mean in my lifetime. I can't imagine the time would be a fire or a kid, and I consider teenager someone who's thirteen fourteen. Fifteen sixteen years old a kid that you think it's a good idea to lash out at police officers. I don't know if that's because the state of how policing is viewed by the community or just the fact that kids are being raised by wolves. I don't know. But but that to me is a much different thing that happened to Meyer five one three seven four nine seven thousand David sharonville on seven hundred WW high. Hey, what's going on? What did you say? Hey, listen. I don't know if you remember when four Serb ball. I hope I remember when it first opened I remember. Yeah. I remember going there. And it was like they had a lot of stuff in there too. They had restaurants in the toy store. They had the what was the the clothing company that sold really cheap. Good close. It's no longer business anymore. Yeah. I remember when it was full when the first the first four they hit this amazing. It had a carousel ferris wheel big arcade there. But people were doing the same thing. Right. Here's twenty bucks dropped the kid off when the quarters ran out. They were walking the mall. Yep. Yep. I think what that does. First of all, they're not buying anything in any of the stories. Right. They're just walk in the mall people that would normally go there in shop don't go because there's these big groups of kids just walking around. I mean, it just it just I think it's part of what guilt force hairball. Yeah. I think that's part of it too. But again as the anchor, so so I think the offset was this, right? You'd always had teenagers going around. But when malls were banging. There'd be a lot of adults because it's the only place to go shop right in now with online and everything else. The adults went away in therefore the the because of the kids that may be a component of it. But, but what happened was the kids made up a majority of the clientele horn spent any money, which causes the the mall to spin further down, which now you have issues like I don't know how Northgate student, you know, I grew up in that area. But I don't I don't know. The whole of mole is they want you to walk the mall and buy from several store, right? A lot of adult from these places where these kids are hanging out, even if you do go there, I think it's more it's become more strategic. There you go into one specific store. It what you want then get out where again, that's not how a mall work. I'm all work by you. Shopping at this store that walking around what else, but I don't think people want to walk around because of these kids that are going. I think it's kind of self fulfilling right because the only thing left is a place for kids to go where there's a roof over your head and kill some time without spending money, which is a goal of kid hood. And I'm saying, I think what change was consumer tastes, right? That that know kids may have been a turn up but back in the day. It was like everyone would go to the mall. And so there are enough adults around that the kids would kind of act in life. If if the majority of people who are frequent in these places are teenagers. Well, then there's no elsewhere to keep them in check. So I mean, just my two cents anyway. And I think the mall model is is pretty much done. But it may come back at a later date. Who knows it seems like it's the retail shopping centers the lifestyle centers that which I see. In liberty township which is close to me. They've got liberty town centre if the which I guess is not doing as well as they thought, but it's like an open air mall concept. Right. Where a lot of restaurants and the Christmas tree. And we'll go up there. I don't know every couple of months, or whatever and have dinner. I don't we don't really shop. But I see a lot of kids around see a lot of adults around too. So I think there's that offset there. You know what I mean? Well, the funny thing is the biggest mall in the country, which is the mall of America doesn't have these issues, and they flourished they I built that way. Was there a couple of years ago? And because we brought my daughter up there, and we went to mall of America in it is it's it is ridiculous. But you have three every three levels. I think in every level has the same stores. It's like you got the same lid store on every low. Right. You've got MRs fields cookie. There's like six of those since it's like, it's big. But it's like a lot of the same exact and every levels like the Kenwood towne centre. But it's it's it's called the Sieg indoor amusement park and all that too. But it's different. I mean, Minnesota it is literally you can't go outside for about six months of the year..

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

12:28 min | 2 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I'll tell you what yesterday. Probably. One of the best opening days. I think I've ever been a part of simply because the weather was great that that's always critical. It sucks to sit out when it's cold and raining and wet and all that. But yesterday's weather was great little shower before the game. But during the game the sun came out the entirety of it. And of course, the pre-game parties at holy grail. And thanks to Jim in the crew down there. Always take care of us and was a packed house met, so many cool people in the other element to that. To the fact when the game is exciting as it is. That is just. The pinnacle right there the fact the reds win in semi dramatic fashion. Anyway. It was hopefully a sign of things the way I thought that the way that they manage that game almost Velika playoff game. Right. Because it's they. You know, you you go through three pitchers. In the latter innings. I like, wow, this is really wants to win this game in front of the home crowd. So it was it was really anyway, Lance is going to be hearing about a half hour. We'll be talking about that as well. Sweet Sixteen stuff on show on seven hundred w will you'll have mardi today at noon talking about Marty's last opening day, which was which was yesterday. So we got this story to and this is really nothing new. I think I remember hearing stuff like this happen. But not to this extreme, of course, when I was a kid and I'm talking about teenagers and malls teenagers and malls, go together like peanut butter and chocolate. Right. When we were younger, and the malls were the hot place to be in this Ben in the what nine hundred eighty he's going to drop you off or you had a buddy that had a car or something. Half the mall, or the arcade or whatever. Right. And we know that malls are on the decline. Save Kenwood towne centre continues to keep expanding. But we know try counties in trouble, certainly, I don't know the state of Northgate. I can honestly say I've never shopped in Northgate before but Northgate mall had an issue where you had a bunch of teenagers leaving the movie, and I'll fight started or something along that line. Anyway, they called thirty police officers from not just coal rain, but other agencies as well to come assist. There are three arrests three teenagers facing criminal charges. One threatened to beat up a police officer, another one was put in a car and tried to kick the doors and windows out while handcuffed inside and another scuffled with a cop who was trying to hold the crowd back and knocked his body Cam Roth. So you had three arrests out of the twenty here. So teams there were outside or near Northgate mall on Saturday. And the statement that came out. I I don't know who put it out. There might have been Coleraine police number call chief any about this. But said summer watching movies, but a lot didn't was apparently the expectation of the parents that are community would provide free babysitting services while they are out enjoying their evening. I don't mind totally disagree with that. Because of socialization, right? If you're a teenager. I don't know your your fourteen fifteen years old. You can't drive, but you want to go out and hang out with your friends. It's the age where you start to want to explore even more. So your surroundings to go out and do stuff, and there are times where my daughter would wanna go and frost living and Mason, of course, our mollahs kings island, right? If you live in Mason, you almost obligatory have to have a gold pass if you have kids because that's what they're gonna go. And I was comfortable with gone. Okay. Cost me, whatever it is a year for the goal pass and beer Christmas present my daughter used to go. My son would go occasionally on one working there actually in. So we dropped the kid off go hang out with the friends. I said do you not be smart? Don't be stupid. Don't get trouble. Don't maybe you have to come back here before eleven o'clock whenever it's closing. Okay. He didn't know they're in a safer environment there because it's fenced in. There's a lot of security their stuff. But yeah, you know, again, your teenager. If there's trouble to be found, you can find it which my daughter's put for a while. There is pretty good about finding trouble. But never had any issues like this. But but that's part of it. Right. Is it it's not babysitting. We didn't do you. Don't dump your kid off at king's on the babysit them. It's because they want to get out of the nest they want to explore the surroundings. They don't want to be hovered over and supervisor whole lives, which we as parents do a really good job of today to a point where detrimental to our kids in this case. I look at it and go, well, I wouldn't chocolate of his kids being kids. I would never tolerate my kids having a run in with police. But but also specifically where they're attacking the cops. You know, it's one thing to get in a fight. As a teenager as a teenage boy, and even before, you know, my early years for some reason, I don't know used to fight a lot that kind of way went there during the high school years. I kind of kept them myself and not really all in college. But I got all the way. But but there's something about that age is a kid back then and getting in fights forever that that happens? That's also part of socialization. So I don't think it's parents dumping their kids from maybe that's the cases. Yeah. D-? Do you really? Do you get a babysitter for your thirteen or fourteen year old who just wants to go out and hang out with their friends, and I think and and small doses. It's good. It's healthy it's normal, but certainly attacking police officers and causing this kind of stuff is simply not acceptable. And this this is another part of the downside of malls, right is ever since malls came on the scene back in the day. There's always been the problem of teenagers. I remember going to the malls. And we would go to and. Yeah, there'd be I think there some stores had a policy they wouldn't let in. I forget what it was. But there there's all sorts of noise in the teenagers. And then what happened was we started to move away from from malls in the last what fifteen twenty years two lifestyle centers. Right. You look at Anderson town centre Deerfield town center, you look at what's going on at liberty. And you look what's going on. Elsewhere where we're now you have essentially, they're they're glorified plazas right with just a hell of a lot more restaurants. So there are these lifestyle things that are going on nobody's really going to the mall anymore, except of course, her Kennewick. And I really don't hear too many problems with the Kenwood towne centre. And I think they have enough security in the like there, but nonetheless. The mall started to decline. You saw a lot of the stores pull out right? A lot of the big anchor stores kind of went away, you know, when you had. The Cincinnati mills, right? Mall dying. When there's no food court like the food carts, all boarded up. They've got. I don't know. Everything's a dollar store like ten of those. You got the guy selling the little helicopters and the cheap gold in the middle. There may be a close they're like all closeout stores. Never other stores closed. You've got the guy. You gotta have the obligatory. Five hat shops song the same. Hi, hats and go in there. And it's like a flea market. You know, it's in decline, but what's that going to track where else can kid go in the winter in the right? I in go hang out with a place like that. Or if there's a movie theater nearby. Right. That that's a bit of a problem. So I look at this. I kind of get it because I don't know about Northgate, and what kind of shape they're in financially. If they're what the stars like, I generally don't go to malls. And I've never shopped at Northgate before saw what? No, the layup. However, I will say that's just a look at what's going on the Dayton mall to right. I think there are a couple incidents up there. It seems like for years a lot of stuff is gone on at the Dayton mall at here about and it's along the same lines. You're going to get kids congregating because there's nowhere else to go. They want to hang out with their friends, and you hope they're not gonna get into trouble. But clearly, that's that's been happening from day one from the job. This is a whole new level of disrespect or whether actually attacking police officers. I mean in my lifetime. I can't imagine the time would be a fire a kid, and I consider a teenager someone who's thirteen fourteen. Fifteen sixteen years old a kid that you think it's a good idea to lash out at police officers. I don't know if that's because the state of how policing is viewed by the community or just the fact that kids are being raised by wolves. I don't know. But but that to me is a much different thing that happened to Meyer five one three seven four nine seven thousand David sharonville on seven hundred WW high. Hey, what's going on? Hey, listen. I don't know if you remember when four ceremonial. I hope but I remember when it first opened I remember. Yeah. I remember going there, and it was like they had Dan a lot of stuff in there too. They had restaurants. The toy store they had the what was the the clothing company that sold really cheap. Good close. It's no longer business anymore. Yeah. I remember when it was full when the first the first four they have this amazing. It had a carousel ferris wheel arcade there. But people were doing the same thing. Right. Here's twenty bucks dropped the kid off when the quarters ran out they were walking the mall with their friends. And I think what that does. First of all, they're not buying anything in any of the stories. Right. They're just walk in the mall people that would normally go there in shop don't go because there's these big groups of kids Jeff walking around. I mean, it just it just I think it's of what you'll force their ball. I think that's part of it too. But again as the anchor, so so I think the offset was this, right? You'd always had teenagers going around. But when malls were banging. There'd be a lot of adults because it's the only place to go shop right now with online and everything else. The adults went away in therefore the because of the kids that may be a component of it. But, but what happened was the kids made up a majority of the clientele weren't spending any money, which causes the the mall to spin further down, which now you have issues like I don't know how Northgate student, you know, I grew up in that area. But I don't I don't know. The whole of a mall is they want you to walk the mall and buy from several stores, right? But I think with a lot of adults in these places where these kids are hanging out, even if you do go there, I think it's more it's become more strategic. There you go into one specific store, it what you want to get out where again, that's not how a mall work Hama works by you shopping at this score that walking around, but I don't think people want to walk around because of these kids that are self. Fulfilling right, because the only thing left is a place for kids to go where there's a roof over your head and kill some time without spending a lot of money, which is a goal of kid hood. And I'm saying, I think what change was consumer tastes, right? That that kids may have been a turn up back in the day. It was like everyone would go to the mall. And so there are enough adults around that the kids would kind of act in life. If if the majority of people who are frequently these places are teenagers. Well, then there's no adults there to keep them in check. I mean, just my sense anyway, and I think the mall model is is pretty much done. But it may come back at a later date. Who knows it seems like it's the retail shopping centers the lifestyle centers that which I see in liberty township which is close to me. They've got a liberty town center, which I guess is not doing as well as they thought, but it's like an open air mall concept. Right. Where a lot of restaurants, and, you know, the Christmas tree, and we'll go up there every couple of months, whatever and have dinner. I don't we don't really shop. But I see a lot of kids around but see a lot of around too. So I think there's an offset there. You know what I mean? Well, the funny thing is. The biggest mall in the country, which is the mall of America doesn't have these issues, and they flourished they I built that place. Was there a couple years ago? And because we brought my daughter up there, and we went to mall of America in it is it is ridiculous. But you have three every like three levels. I think in every level has the same stores. It's like you got the same lead store on every level. Right. You've got MRs fields cookie. There's like six of those since it's like, it's big. But it's like a lot of the same exact, and every level is like the Kenwood towne centre. But it's it's it's called the Sieg indoor amusement park and all that too. But it's different. I mean, Minnesota it is literally you can't go outside for about six months of the year. That's why thrives apparently. They have a skyway system. Skywalk system. That is like the catacombs. It's the second every building on the second floor has an access to the next building. So there's there's like skywalk between all the buildings downtown in Minneapolis and Saint Paul that's because you can't go out on the street..

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The capital, Ohio, absolutely. Like people actually being in malls. Know, I grew up you went to the mall, you drove to the mall down underneath getting out. I went and we went there once it was last summer. I was with my kids the places bear don't went in there. That bond and years before it was packed. I mean that what you did. And you went up there. Creature eight whatever game down, but whatever did better. Was great. Anymore that way? And you're exactly right, Greg because I remember shoot. When I first came to town Tri county was really humming. And what happens a kid Dayton mall in Salem, all on the do? You know? That's what you did. I've been Eastgate. Recently invis- kind of a little bit of a ghost town not a little bit. I've been I was there one time and actually have a couple of Christmases ago. Nobody and it was like the week of Christmas. A Denny and date. And what are you have buddy? Got didn't Rachel. They get one eighty. Our age to recall, especially up here in Dayton. I've got to actually one heart more drive in restaurant. Thank you. I'd chicken. Yup. That was the best in the world and the other one that's kind of some people may not remember what about the frost top root beer stands. That was a national chain. See? Or was that just was that? I didn't know they were headquartered out of Springfield. What happened to them as they started? I think the nineteen thirties and expanded through the forties and all they're on all the old state route fifties along came the interstate. The wrong place because there was there was one when I was a kid was out around new Carlisle. I'm not mistaken. Yeah. They were all. Across the country. But yeah, I think I still have one of their mugs that maybe somebody took for me. Stuff that you miss. Hey, julie. What do you miss? I miss the Farrell's ice cream, and I also miss. There was a race track in sharing Bill and across the street was pets. Game rooms, and you could drive back and forth, and you know, people and have a good time. So yeah. And thanks, Julie. That's did you have you lived in Amish country. So you didn't have any. I did play. Putt putt. Once when I was child we went to big city. Did you go to the big city?.

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A three right? It's a three hundred what is it three hundred million more or less to one chance of? Yeah. Yeah. It's always that number. You choose has the same odds. Yeah. Does that make sense? I mean, it's not like you by ten and you divide by ten. No. It's every number has the same odds. Yeah. Any other? Now, if you went and said a million dollars he bought a million lottery tickets. Yes, you'd have a better chance of winning. But you know, what you've a really good chance of losing one million dollars some people on our staff spent two hundred dollars on the last route is people they're crazy. Yeah. There are people who are spending hundreds and what all the experts are saying, hey, don't spend the gas money. Don't spend the grocery money. Yeah. Good out with that. Yeah. Good. Who says go to the casino? Exactly, rachel. I thought you would love this one being being a woman. I did a story on the target effect. Have you heard of the target object? Tar shea carjon favorites. Target effect is you can't go in there and just buy one or two items. Absolutely. Not you. You go in there to buy a five dollar bottle of shampoo or hand lotion or something. I just need some hand lotion. She goes to target those giant carts and the next thing, you know, you're at the checkout line, and you've got a lamp you've got a couple of candleholders little wall clock. You gotta rug. It's unbelievable. And the next thing, you know, he's just like, oh, I wouldn't here for hand lotion. I just put one hundred twenty five dollars. I guess I do that at Costco. Costco. We're now we're going to look at like say a TV for the basement or some. Yeah. I don't get a TV, but I'll come out with like a case of skyline. Thirty coke. Yep. Exactly. How your parents socks? The big thing of paper towels and those throws insurance and everything else. Yeah. It actually does happen at at Costco in Sam's Club is well with target. This is interesting to see it doesn't really happen at WalMart. Because if people go into WalMart or something, you know, it's just kind of a WalMart, and they want like like, I need dog food and milk. So they walk into WalMart. They buy dog food and milk. But when you walk into target, even for those same things, you're the first thing you see is we get that giant cart? The size of a Kroger card. Then you see that dollar section at the entrance. Oh, this is so cute. You get that deal with the next thing is that you see Rachel, you'll know this. It's the, scarves, and gloves and accessories, women's accessories. You're going to buy like a little scarf because it's so cute. Then you hit the handbags then you hit the shoes. And there might be a pair of sandals that matches that little hat that you bought it. It's how the stores designed and then and then you hit the homegoods. And forget it. It's over. Yeah. The home goods and the thing is too. They always put the groceries at the back of the store. You can't just get to the grocery section. You have to walk through one of the sections, and they have strategically placed in. Yes. Good. You have to pass office supplies cosmetics. Get to get that gallon of milk. You have to pass all that the school supplies or even worse. You're in the back corner of the store, and you got to go through the beanbag chairs and all that other stuff, and it's so well-designed. Now, they've got this chip and Joanna from from HDTV they've got all their merchandise. So it's like, whoa. You hit all this stuff? And then you see people in line, and they're all paying hundred dollars hundred twenty five dollars hundred fifty it's like man, what did you come in here to buy? Well, I need some cat food handling exactly. Like, Costco, one time exactly what you're talking about. We were there to get. I forgot I don't even remember what it was but gone past the office supplies. I go, you know, what I'm starting to feel guilty about stealing the copying paper from work. So. That's great. Not me that was my wife doing that. But. So I go over to buy copy paper. I now have more copy paper than any human being or their descendants will ever use for like, sixteen bucks ten thousand genes papers. It's a sale. So you see you buy. So that's what goes on it. That's what goes on at target. And why the next time you walk in there. Yeah. You might want to hide the credit card. Your spouse is talking about retail. How about Sears with them? You know? Yeah. Well, they're shutting down just about every store in Cincinnati. Eric sept- Eastgate. Eastgate is staying open for now, they still do big business from Clermont county, Brown county Adams got all those people. It's their store they go to. So it gets a lot of those folks. But they're shutting down they've shut down Tri county got Northgate closing Yvette Florence close and get the Dayton mall closing down and Louisville is closing. So all these Sears stores are closing you luck with one and a website. And it's like, I don't know how they're going to stay in business. Here's why because our people really want to go there now and via washer dryer with a warranty. When that store is going to be in business. In six months. You know there. That's like people are looking for new refrigerator, you know, those fancy French door fridges, you know, people are going to go low because they know low is if I have a problem, you know, in a year, they'll they'll come out, they'll change it to fix it. Whatever they go tears. I just don't know if the stores going to be there, and that's where and that's where we grew up. That's where mom and dad shop. Keep me those tough skin genes that would never wear out come on mom, give me some different agencies. Never wear out. Probably still wearing. Rain or whatever. Eighteen I'm still wearing them. Now. Could you can't even fade the knees on the suckers? All right, Johnny. All right. Have a good weekend and don't waste your money. Thanks, buddy. And now chicken it with traffic. Rob what's up from.

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A year except Eastgate. Eastgate is staying open for now because they still do big business from Clermont county, Brown county Adams got all those people. It's their store they go to. So it gets a lot of those folks. But they're shutting down they've shut down Tri county. You've got Northgate closing you've got Florence close. You can get the Dayton mall closing. They went down to Louisville is closing. So all these Sears stores are closing you left with one and a website. And it's like, I don't know how they're going to stay in business. Here's why because our people really want to go there now and via washer dryer with a warranty. When they don't know that stores going to be in business in six months. You know? The people who worry there. That's like people are looking for a new refrigerator, you know, those fancy French door fridges, you know, people are going to go to is because they know Lowe's. If I have a problem, you know in a year, they'll they'll come out. They'll change it fix it. Wherever they go tears. I just don't know if the stores gonna be there, you know. And that's where and that's where we grew up. That's where mom and dad shop. That's what my mom bought me. She bought me those tough skin genes that would never wear out come on mom, give me some different genes. He's never wear out there. Probably still wear. No socks. Rain, or whatever I got him was fourteen. I'm still wearing them now because you can't even fade the knees on those suckers. All right. Johnny. Have a good weekend and don't waste your money. Thanks, buddy. I. So coming up this lady is running for I believe, it's a it's. City council a small town in Wyoming, very small town. And so she got confronted by a news team who she runs a. An adult oriented Twitter account and an adult oriented business. Yes. Along with the Twitter account. She goes by the name of misty Crockett on her Twitter account. And she I don't know what else she does. But one of the things she does on there is she sells her worn. Underwear and dirty Jim short during gym shorts shorts and people are thinking, oh, she's going to drop out of the race. She's saying oh, hell, no. We have her coming up after.

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:02 min | 3 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Yeah. Coun- driving. What a scooter. It's like I can't get idea because it's just a. Does this lady on the sidewalk now, so John how about the closing? Everybody's always thinking about these things when you hear a place going out of business. Everybody was talking about. When toys R us went out and everybody was actually kinda bitching that it wasn't as low as low prices. I thought I was going to be at the same thing with Sears. There's closing their Florence mall Dayton mall, Northgate mall stores right now, they've got going out of business sales. But we went out there. I've got a whole story. I'm not W dot com, which pictures and everything and you're not gonna find the best deals that. That's it that way we actually did find some good deals on clothing and boots shoes that stuff they're clearing at it. Like thirty forty percent off you check that out the appliances. Oh my goodness. We found we found lower cost lawnmowers on Sears website. Then in the Sears going away. Yes right there now. Yeah. Yeah. It's like it's like you go there, and you see refrigerator or one of those cool craftsman riding mowers, and you're I'm gonna get this. And we looked it up on the website. And the craftsman riding mower was actually cheaper on Sears his own website. And you know, what it's probably a little safer zooming around downtown on a craftsman riding mower down one of those scooters. While you were talking about getting drunk and riding a scooter, I always love those guys who think they can ride around on their riding lawnmower riding lawnmower going down to the bar from the bar drunk. Ryan is either basically my neighborhood when I grew up as a child you'd see the couple of neighbors a couple doors down the guy riding his lawnmower into town. Bye civic duty. I'm rolling the side of the road here drink as much as I want. Hey, guys, stay safe and don't waste your money. Johnny. Thanks a lot. Great talking to you. John matterease channel nine don't waste your money. NFL chicken it with traffic. Rob what's up from the UC health traffic center? UC health UC medical center has been nationally ranked by US news and World Report. Currently that accident southbound seventy five at near to seventy five it's in the exit link to east to seventy five the right two lanes. However are closed on southbound seventy five traffic is funneling into the single left lane. You're heavy back beyond union center. Westbound to seventy five at the Coney, Briggs. That accidents been cleared its left you heavy back. Westbound five mile and eastbound at Turkey foot. Also, the entire length of south four seventy one is pretty thick nor seventy-five remains busy Mitchell. The paddock than Lachlan too union center and north seventy one your stop and go between Dana and Ronald Reagan. I'm rob Williams on NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w. The forecast from the seven hundred wwl w weather center forward tonight, partly cloudy, sixty nine four tomorrow, partly cloudy and eighty six in his ABC, News Radio seven hundred wwl w tomorrow.

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The scooter. I can't get idea. This lady on the sidewalk. So John how about the closing? Everybody's always thinking about these things when you hear a place going out of business. Everybody was talking about. When toys R us went out and everybody was actually kinda bitch. And that it wasn't as low as low price. And they thought it was gonna be at the same thing with Sears. There's closing their Florence mall Dayton mall and their Northgate mall stores right now, they've got going out of business sales. But we went out there. I've got a whole story. I'm not deputy bureau dot com, which pictures and everything and you're not gonna find the best deals. So that way we actually did find some good deals on like clothing and boots shoes that stuff they're clearing out like thirty forty percents off. See you check that out. What would the appliances? Oh my goodness. We found we found lower cost lawnmowers on Sears website. When in the Sears going away me us right now. Yeah. Yeah. It's like it's like you go there, and you see a refrigerator or one of those cool craftsman riding mowers and you're like, I'm gonna get this. And we looked it up on the website and the craftsman. Riding mower was actually cheaper on Sears his own website. And you know, what it's probably a little safer zooming around downtown on a craftsman riding mower down one of those scooters. While we were talking about getting drunk and riding a scooter. I always love those guys who think they can ride around in their writing lawnmower. Yeah. Riding lawnmower going down to the bar from bar drunk. Ryan this either basically my neighborhood when I grew up as a child you'd see the couple of neighbors a couple doors down the guy riding his lawnmower into town. Duty. I'm rolling the side of the road here. Drink as much as I would. Hey, guys, stay safe and don't waste your money. Johnny. Thanks a lot. Great talking. John matterease channel nine don't waste your money. So coming up we're gonna be talking about stuff that bugs you already listed off. What anybody listen to this show knows there's a lot of stuff that bugs me. I'm just going to be cranky. You're you're getting a little heated when we were talking about this earlier because it just happened. When I was I had to run back down on my car to get something. And I was going, you know, you're going down the elevator. And hey, look if there's something wrong with you. I get it. If you're in wheelchair your hobble your walking with a cane, whatever you're on crutches. Okay. Take the elevator wherever you go..

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Morning, otherwise sunny with a high today of ninety two. Clear tonight seventy two for the, low sunny ninety two tomorrow and on Wednesday chance for showers and storms sunshine and. A high of eighty nine seventy seven degrees right now news, service of Croker summertime temperatures are returning to the area bringing. High humidity today lasting through Wednesday that'll cause the heat index to climb into the upper nineties mid week though a cold front is expected to move in with that. Colder temperatures and a chance for some weekend rain and thunderstorms two. People including a firefighter recovering after being injured during a townhouse fire fire crews were called last night to ablaze it's townhouse. In the villages role hill person inside. The home suffered smoke inhalation was taken to UC medical center firefighters also thinking of the hospital with a minor injury at damage, estimate from that blaze seventy thousand dollars. To cause under investigation the Dayton mall is losing both Sears. And elder Beerman this year they're both set to close in the next few months is Sears will be shutting down their operations In November so right. So, university employees could go on strike Tober I that if members reject the fact finders report due in September universities offered staff a three year contract with no raises and reduced health benefits and higher premiums meanwhile workers at the Kentucky Education Association protested, outside the state house on Saturday they say to get a better contract. From the teacher's union teachers Macron's Kentucky protested at the capitol for days this spring south the proposed pension reform plan the beginning of the NFL regular season is just under two weeks away Cincinnati travels to face the colts on September ninth during week one home, opener is week two against the ravens on Thursday. Night football they're currently three and, during the preseason and the reds have the day off today the.

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"dayton mall" Discussed on Q95

Q95

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on Q95

"Now this is bob and tom hanks jessica osmond that's joshua were there that ties st lee this is tom our guest in the studio comedian ryan singer boy a man who was once the employee of the month at a oh charlie's in dayton ohio dayton mall the corner a good times and good food i love oh trolleys right now i want you to take a picture of your face next to your award it's on the plaque and i barely you're going to be at go bananas july twelfth to the fifteenth in cincinnati recording your new album which are going to be distributing free what is the name of the album name is going to be called free love free so yeah i my comedy the last couple of years especially like last two years i'm trying to focus on like positively in love because i mean we all we're all aware of the world we live in now everybody's at each other's throats so quickly but it's like we got to focus on having some laughs brings us all together i don't have time to nice to be positive are you currently actively single i'm actively saturday there's no one there's no special lady no special lady there was a lady who is you know pretty special and then you know i kind of messed it up and removed herself from special status herself from girlfriend status regarding you yeah well pretty much the crazy thing is i didn't see a comment i was just like you know how like i get wrapped up and i get tunnel vision on my career and focused on things and then you know and then i have a conversation with someone i'm like oh i didn't even realize that i had done that so i you know i'm getting older and wiser that's what you know these lessons i guess he wants to settle down i'd love to settle down because you could turn that part of your brain off where like every woman out there is just you're aware of her that's why lady isn't special anymore because you were aware of all the other ladies i it was something it was something like just like it was something just really dumb i had done but no but like it's tough being aware of all the women sure especially with yoga pants that's throwing you mean it's like there's nothing there's no secrets now i mean that's just like that's when i knew i could like you know captain kirk like you know captain kirk would always hook up with aliens yoga pants i'd say a woman walking down the street and like green leggings with like polka dots that were purple it'd be like yeah that was an alien i i'd be into it because it looks like skin so i'm like yeah i'm totally aliens i mean i guess as long as they have the human form to some degree i understand i'm talking to you recently went on a vacation and you went camping on a camping trip by yourself solo style know if you've ever camp solo before i had two nights off okay so i had two nights off in between gigs so i went to red top mountain state park in georgia okay and i was like you know what i'm always like talking about the mountain and you know being in nature some i've never solo style camped so i set up the tent and got all i have an air mattress of course and a nice sleeping bag and a pad you know and a a mobile air conditioning unit camping i'm really out there kevin and so but then it gets like you're out in the middle of nowhere and there's not really anybody around if you go to the right places and then it gets dark and then you realize oh there's nobody here and then so every noise every frog hop is like is a big foot terrifying to only have that thin piece of plastic between you and your mortality the really the there was only one way i could like manage to overcome the fear of being out in the wild and that's because my cell phone had decent enough service to table to watch a little bit of pornography that is the power of like sex that it can distract us from actually thinking we might die the only thing that could get me through was to you know maybe like see.

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"dayton mall" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"dayton mall" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Like initials yeah but that's the stupid version the tree thing is a good idea yeah i used to play in nature all the time like i had woods by my house and i was just go out there my favorite lucky yeah how's the valley miles the valleys i had one mother fucking lemon yeah like by literally hung up by the la river might go down like overpasses and we've had one lemon tree that i would climb up in as a kid because i would just like to be like climbing trees was fun and if you've got high enough just be like i'm gonna hide and make my mom panic like kidnapped come out which is like the tree mom the mall man clothing clothing saying to my grandma who was like literally left to call my parents to apologize that she had lost me and i was just hiding clothing yet but i would say that from maybe four to ten it's cool to like live in the suburbs by forest and be able to play in but then like once your teenager i hung out at the dayton mall and all right oh my god let cool culture and lived in los angeles so i think you had me beat their hey dayton is home to some of the greatest funk bands ever so dayton asleep on higher is a great complex town hundred eight and got mad at me it's a love hate relationship gus i worked in dayton many times at jokers oh really yeah that's a very famous i've never encountered an audience that was one hundred percent chain smokers.

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