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"dr studios" Discussed on PM Mood
"He said it. We need a liaison. We need a face to take the issue of Social Justice Away from Colin Kaepernick from being the face projected onto someone else. Hello JC. It may not have been used specifically that. We're a part of the game plan. But their game plan was to get a black person to help them ease their way into the good graces of the black community and they got somebody who obviously is universally respected by most of us and immediately it put everybody at odds it took the heat off the NFL. You can't say it's time to move past continent Kapernick when the NFL has created an entire social justice campaign that they would not have cared about if not for Colin Kaepernick and just erase him from the picture. If Jay Z wants to change some of the structures in the NFL. While I'm sure the money the NFL has created in partnership with Jay Z and the players coalition is going for real things and there's tangible successes that are happening on the ground in the trenches. That's great with the. Nfl needs to address is why is there? Only one black general manager wise. They're never been. Nfl owner how come there's only in this hiring cycle there were nine coaching openings. And only one person of color was hired. Why are there only I think is three coaches of color as head coaches. That's the stuff that NFL needs to deal with. And I'm sorry as the curator of the Super Bowl. How is Jay z? Getting them better musical acts going to change any of that it won't. He's not an owner. He's not gonNA be able to walk in Jerry. Jones officers say you know what higher this Black Guy Now? It doesn't work that way so to me. They got everything they wanted out of the deal. Which is reestablishing that relationship with African American community. Because they know there's a lot of black fans it was so much attention is much like with all the stories that have been about the election and leading up to the election about how you know they become this endless stories about the heartland and what rule voters. Thanks and all this and that right. Sasha concentration on them which I read as we just care what. These white people think about this election and asset. I was like okay. Never mind like eighty. Five percent of people live in metropolitan areas. You focus on the three that live in Kansas somewhere. Cool do that. So that it's been the same thing with Colin Kaepernick a lot of focus on all the people who don't won't Colin Kaepernick on their team who don't like Colin Kaepernick? May while his stuff is selling out in Nike. They can't keep any of his things on the shelves. Black people and a lot of other people of other races supported Colin. Kaepernick is probably just as many on both sides but the NFL decided to cater to only one group and that group is led by the president. Because that was a big piece of this to Donald Trump Seal Colin Kaepernick fate and. That's sham workout again. It wasn't GonNa Change that. Donald Trump told Jerry Jones which Jerry Jones testified during Colin Kaepernick Grievance Hearing Donald Trump told him not to put Colin Kaepernick on the team. Because this is a winning issue for him in other words one of the few things that a lot of people who aren't trump supporters could kind of agree on a little bit with his protest was misguided and misplace and it didn't have a place in the NFL? He knew that which is why he kept saying his name at rallies. He was going to get one topic that he could probably get a little bit more than majority support. Unlike some of the other things that he says any pretty much told the NFL. If you put just doing the league his name is never getting out of my mouth. The NFL wants to eliminate those bad headlines eliminate that division so easiest thing to do was to make sure the Colin Kaepernick never had a job in the NFL. No amount a partnership was going to change that with. His far is Jay Z. Being involved and so. That workout was just disgraceful in disrespectful to Colin Kaepernick and you know what he went through it anyway and so for those people who questioned whether or not he actually wanted to be playing football again. Why would a man who hasn't played since two thousand sixteen be in nearly perfect shape? Why would he put himself through that if he didn't actually want to play? So it's just I love Jay Z. Respect him still. I respect everything he's done for the community. I just disagree with him doing this particular thing because I think ultimately the juice will not be worth the squeeze and we will find that out as time goes on Jamal. Thank you so much for your time and for joining mood. You continue to inspire me. And so many other people in the media profession. I'm just very grateful for your power. Your bad assery. Your boldness your black girl. Magic really genuinely appreciate you. Thanks for having me on. This is a great conversation and I appreciate thinking of course of course if you want to hear more from me check out my live. Daily political talk show woke up daily at Dnr Studios. You can subscribe now at www dot dr studios dot com slash..
"dr studios" Discussed on Your Life Program
"Hello and welcome everyone to your life program where we live intentionally fabulous every day. I'm your host Andrea Hammer. Certified fitness trainer in health and wellness coach. And you are listening in to radio ear network and SOB A.. B. Radio today. My amazing guest is an advanced non-surgical anti-aging optimal wellness regenerative medicine physician. Dr Elizabeth Roy and she is a national speaker author scientific researcher Physician Educator and CEO CEO and founder of Dr Studio. It's a unique medical practice offering the most advanced nonsurgical techniques for anti aging rejuvenated. The genitive medicine doctor. Roy's passion is in helping men and women recover pelvic health prostate health sexual function sexual satisfaction Chen peak performance and optimal wellness and lean mean fighting machine. Healthy bodies she identifies and looks for the root causes of problems versus just treating the symptoms. She specializes in her medical approach with utilizing the very best of science and her personal care to restore vitality promote longevity and to prevent and reverse effects of age related related diseases. She's an amazing physician here in Boca Raton. And I'm so grateful that she's here on the show today. Dr Elizabeth Roy Thank you so much for coming to be on the show. Uh thanks Andrea great to be here so tell us about all the things you do your practices so unique in special so With.
"dr studios" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
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"dr studios" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"The relief factor Dr studios this is America first with Sebastian Gorka. been waiting a long time line for that land welcome to America first. yes it's about just a comment and a question on which would Adam shifted with institutional dramatization that's the narrative that the press is going with their complete. everything after that watch transparent cat our price twenty four H. cake all the international news services are that's all they care that's interesting are you watching the international ones and they're using that clip of chef. well they're using that narrative the narrative. a and and the fact that the this is secondhand knowledge that the Ukrainian president denied it they they started their own investigation of their own volition all this factory in order it's just that backfired and shifted it he wanted to get that lie out front so the so the sympathetic press could run with it yeah but but never taught are you surprised. no really yeah you know it it's it's shocking that there's so much corruption and these people they're supposed to be so you know so well birch was or just completely ignoring it I mean you look at the political racketeering that the killer clean state department engage with with uranium one that had to be longer to proceed while they selected speaking fees but Joe Biden he's on tape within six hours he did this bragging about it and that is being left all the international of new services to low is because my my question is go ahead. go ahead what no god no no you first I just wonder how much it matters I think most people realize how corrupt the meters. I hope so I mean I I know that the media thinks that the only game in town yeah and and our salvation is that people are figuring out cells to getting out a few points they got your show that got judicial watch non different outlet I love Tom Fitton he's court can't make. you know. just what is a good time of a Cape right. yeah well you know he looks like I can just see some sunglasses and inflicting into a phone booth somewhere you know but but my question to you is who's going to win the Rugby World Cup. oh my gosh were met and they talk about the really serious stuff. thank you for your call that's on the big issues let's go to who do we have fit Texas line too it's got a very good question. reporter how are you this afternoon good good good good are you mow body going somewhere fun are you just going to work. alarm on my head leading home on our lot Louisiana and I'm there I'm back in Texas and now closed thank you have no toward center on your very nice very nice be safe. good question I'm why we have so many problems with the state when when a new administration takes over can they not show for these people around. if you can't follow I understand that get your shuffle around. you wanna how hot it is so I found this out let me tell you a story from my time in the White House first things first the size of the bureaucracy we have over two million civilian employees and federal government two million when when we arrive to the administration with the new people we are not even for the first one hundred and eighty days of the new administration we are not allowed to move the civil servant from one job to another let alone fired the we can't even move them for half a year from one position to another then there's the whole question of getting rid of them which is practically unless they commit to multiple murders in front of witnesses it's practically impossible to get rid of them and that's why we have the deep state that we have today it's it's a huge but again when you come to the White House let's say the Nashes good counsel to my area of the interest. one of the bombing of the station the the the national screwed council balloons to four hundred and twenty people just in the White House four hundred and twenty people and more than ninety percent of them what you think they came from ed they didn't they didn't come from they want political appointees like me they would presidential in a political commissioned offices more than ninety percent of them are from the state department from the D. O. D. from the CIA that's why the deep state is so powerful because it is the permanent state. the other guy. something has to be done and and and if we win informed in three days this is perhaps because it doesn't matter what the key issues that really matters to you it could could be the second amendment could be mass security the border doesn't really matter at the end of the day if you don't have the right people in place you're going to lose the the political and the policy war that's the bottom line at glad you're on your way home be safe out there let's go to Larry in Ohio line three Larry. yes I'm old was nervous the first time I'm calling welcome. don't be nervous okay let me just tell you something bugs bugs the hell out of me we are actually telling the journalists you're not a journalist because you don't have a verifiable proof right that's what we're actually doing we're actually taking the information they give us which is not verifiable and we're giving its legs we should say you know what we're not going to make any statement at all and would like to use the word no comment because that means that were hiding something we should say you know what we're not going to answer any. verifiable proof that's what I did in the White House I refused to talk to any journalists unless I had a pre existing relationship with the level of a friend with somebody I refused to talk to each other while I was seen as the window Larry and I thought hi all these people from everything they've done has made it very clear they want to destroy my boss they want to destroy me and everything we stand for why should I cooperate with them so why are we doing it to work this morning if one was reporting good now we're saying well this was not true that's not true we shouldn't even start because the end of the day if you don't have to work with van but and you don't have to use that narrative but the end of the day it is and I hate the phrase it is a battle of narratives that's what it is and we have to win the battle of that this the only good news is Larry thank you for calling don't be a stranger the only good news is we have truth on our side thank you Larry I'm what did the time go we're almost out it's crazy it is second amendment Friday wouldn't get to little segment was stuff but that's okay because the news is so important to handle first in terms of this fake whistle blower but one thing I need to help you with and that's carrying your weapon safely if you have a gun if you've had the requisite training if you are licensed to carry concealed the last piece of the puzzle is how would you do so safely.
"dr studios" Discussed on Villains
"John wick is outside of sugar fish sushi on brea. Okay. Okay. Fourteen billion. Yeah, I, I could do. How would you. Here's what I'm gonna do. I this is what I know. I'm going through my scouting report. I know you can't shoot him. He's fucking impervious. He's got the suit he's got the sue and I'm probably not gonna hit him in the head and he protects his head. I know you can't shoot him. I know you can't stab him. He stabbed a bunch times. And he's fine. I know you can't hit him with the car. He gets card. He times at least twenty five times this. You can't do any of those things Myrtle Myers. Yeah. I think what I'm gonna do. I think I'm going bomb. Fuck the fence. Fuck too fancy ship. What about the brand the grenade launcher didn't even kill. No, no. It didn't. Oh, you're right. You're gonna blow up sugar foods. My sushi as he wasn't trying to on the brand wasn't trying to kill him with a grenade launcher Winston mentions. It afterward lucky. He only wanted to burn your house down. He could have done more. I think bomb gets them. I think I put it. You know, just set in a backpack, I drop it away from run by boom. Give me my money. Okay. I think I don't know collateral damage in that. I mean for tomatoes made me feel okay about that brings me to one of my other things I'd poison the poison. See why isn't any thought of that? Okay. Fish to poisoning. Sorry. This is a good idea. I can't pay John walk into a restaurant to eat them as one time. And it's in the first movie in with his dog was he cereal. Here's what you do. Sorry. People. You pour this on the dog. Oh shit. What are you doing as dollar die? This is as he he's gonna mourn, his dog. He has his cry. He's over his dog that twin shoot up. I wish. Dr. Studios. I'm sorry for asking. I wish I could push a space bar on my keyboard in a hole opens up under your chair. Just straight to hell poisoning dogs already those is about. All right. I'm gonna get away from this. I'm gonna offer another one's talking about dogs. I love as Doug doesn't have a name. Oh, yeah. You want to get attached fucking name. Yeah. He loves the dog loves himself, how many dogs as he lost just the one just a one. And then he lets Lance care history, L twenty five, not a good. He's probably just hope he's like he's like the Lena Dunham of his acid. Where the cops does my favorite thing about the junk university the leg lack of cops. Yeah. Like the fact that the Don from the newsroom plays a cop, and he shows up in the first or second scene is John, too, and he's just like, are you begging John, Jimmy? Oh, no. But that you can have like a crazy knife. Fight on the train at Lincoln center and the cops are just like take care of this. I have never been on the subway in New York City. But I've been led to believe that that's what happened sober mule. I looked at one time and I was like, I'm not getting. I walked down there and the wealth jumped out. Underground. Why would I get on a train underground with a bunch of fucking apparently assassin tonight? Tubman did it. I've never. She was in a much worse. I. Rideshare. The different spin on I have never in my life wanting time seen somebody like posted video and been like a video of thing happening on the subway. And then somebody responding oh, this is so New York and being a good thing. There was that one where everybody's saying? Robin in the subway station. On my own video. No, I did not seem cool that did not seem cool too dangerous. Thoughts. Able to is it a real? I was I was thinking, right. Then would be a perfect time to murder..
"dr studios" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Plays its opening-round game today in once we see that game. Will once again be reminded of why Zayn Williamson is the first name on everyone's lips. If I had the number one overall pick in the NBA draft. I would without a doubt take Zion. Williamson. I would without a doubt make that my franchise cornerstone job possibly number two. But I'm not gonna take mature at number two. I think it's fascinating. How this debate is evolved over time. The the fall the free fall of RJ Baird is absolutely fascinating. From number one. Overall, pick was number one recruit in the nation coming into college too. Now, not even mentioned is the second overall pick in the draft for me. It is I and Williamson then we can have a debate about RJ Barrett. John run or Ryuhachi hotch Mira from Gonzaga who today her Jay Williams compare to Janas onto Gupo. If you miss two times for Bill champion Damien talk about Tom Izzo and tough coaching making tree. Check out the entire interview on demand in the wheel came podcast brought to you by capital. One capital. One is reimagined banking offering accounts with no fees or minimums that can be opened in five minutes. Capital one. What's in your wallet? We are on upset alert thirty seconds left. UC Irvine sixty six Kansas state, sixty four thirteen cedar. Vine sixty six four seed Kansas state, sixty four that's will against Nuno. Will we'll be drinking Tabasco sauce if Kansas state takes down Irvine, but if Irvine holds on here with seventeen seconds left Nuno will be beaten can always tres. I can't think. These punishments got reverse somehow. We we screwed up. See this is the second year row seating is clearly the males. Tabasco way up. This is a thirteen. This was like a three and a half point spread. It doesn't matter. She go the other way around. Would you rather eat the candy down the shot of Tabasco? Probably the canned noise. Yeah. That's my point. Oh, look you're over there. You're complaining you're going to get away with not drinking the Tabasco and not eating EROs win. Virginia comes back in the second half. If my team's win just the way the game is supposed to work, but I'm getting nervous now because they're von had a pretty decent lead. Now. The foul line. It's college basketball. You think you're gonna win at the foul line. You're supposed to you're supposed to but they don't yesterday New Mexico state. Couldn't win it at the foul line. All right. There's one at one shot in up by three seventeen seconds after I can't play by play. I can tell you as I don't want to drink this Tabasco sauce at all this is not normal Tabasco, this narrow Tabasco talk about this. Your other team Virginia only down six now at halftime. It feels like it's more doable. Now. I don't think Gardner Webb. I feel like they had to take a double digit lead into halftime to have a chance, right? Going into halftime sixteen thousand Gardner Webb thirty six number one seed UVA thirty he got both foul shots. Four point lead. Seventeen seconds left. Kansas state has the ball. What's going on? What we don't know. I can't say it's a bad shot candidate launch the three. Oh, it's. Well, all right. Next segment. I'll be in the control room again, Dr studio. You're not. Number this game isn't in the bag yet four point six times over it's done. You guys. You're not the one with Tabasco on seven point seven seconds four points with UC shooting. Two foul shots. You did see New Mexico state yesterday. Mr. foul shots for the win. Yeah. But again, they're up for seven seconds ago. Okay. He hits these feel good hits one. Even if he doesn't. I mean, it's. This guy's money, by the way, it's over stop Fallon Hammami. Right. Right. No, you're going to be back in studio, you're knocking them out early. It's going to be here. I'm gonna go to commercial break the second. But we're gonna make sure we get this video this this one locked up. We're going to have to keep discussing. What happens? If UVA loses their your rights Rudy. They're only down six at the half to Gardner Webb. But we're gonna time out here. Why don't we got the live read? Okay. Let's not a good idea. Good idea. Let's knock out to live read and come back just say so hang on just second. It's time to get off the couch and start enjoying plans away from home going to games are certainly near the top of the list for.
"dr studios" Discussed on WRKO AM680
"Have one of those where he'd like the best laid plans. I have no problem. I could not wait to speak to the Louise bid the sky bar. It just wasn't meant to be on our end that it was going to go. Well, no matter what how much prep have I done for that interview lightning. I was showing her more stuff on Friday. And then we had to cancel it on Friday and Trump, and what I say to you after the story, I said, there's very few things that could have canceled her, and I'm not sure even the president should have. And then. But boy reschedule, and she was so gracious, and she was going to rejoin. And it's still it's just it's not meant to be the thing about bringing your own audio when you're on the phone is is when it works out spectacularly, it's spectacular. But when it does not I don't know that I can. It's a mystery. It didn't help that. He was getting hatley in one ear, but in the other. But going on also I think he was fumbling around with his boombox froze froze on them. Gosh, the oxygen goes out of the room when that happens in your you wanna bore you know, how that is. When the stuff doesn't work. You can hear your own heart beating and you're like I need this now now now now now now. Was on the floor there. So that was that was no problem. Then I think that all of your interviews that should be your thing. Oh, yeah. Take that under advisement. But I all how about gene busy guy, right, gene? But gene, I knew gene was a sky bar fans. I said ain't nothing. But I've got the way he was I'm calling in like he's in. And he does the legwork. He's got his own sound effects. Yeah. Will the Andy news history of that song? He has since told me the story on that. Which I don't know whether this is true or not it certainly has the ring of truth. Let's go the late. Great sip hashing of the band Boston. He's the drummer gene Nusa pretty well. Sip told him that the Boston song feeling satisfied was originally titled take a chance, but Abbott beat him to the punch and when the Amazon came out they had to change it. Did not know that. So the the ABA tentacles reached much more than you would realize not familiar with that band that you were talking about me be for reasons. I can't discuss here Abba. No the other one. Well, hey, look, I was very excited to present the sky bar interview to you. I thought that was great Louis. Sounds fantastic. She so enthusiastic. She's so excited. You get the feeling she's from the emerald isle. VP Louise's done extremely well for herself. She's got this this duck soup. If you've never been there in Sudbury say Shattuck worth it's more bring bring your misses and bring your wallet. 'cause you she's gonna want to buy a lot of stuff. But it's really cool did the store's not much bigger than the studio. And it's it's Florida's ceiling every inch of its got stuff. That's great. Yeah. You need a teapot you need. British Gandhi, you need to scoop out the jelly beans myself. So is it a British themed? Now, it's got all sorts of different stop. Okay. They just have some of that stuff in there. Well, I think that's great. That sounds very excited. They got table settings. They got all sorts of stuff. It's really cool meet original and she's done. Well, I self and at at this young age of hers on a lark she'd blocked on. Said I'll just put in a bid and boom now she's good at this stage of her life. She's now a candy manufacturer. I think it's phenomenal great American story. I'm glad that we got to talk to her. And I don't think she's like, I don't know. I agree question. I got an answer inside sky bar. Not only. Did you ask a great question? It had musical accompaniment with it that you didn't even know because she was trying to power through listening to Abba as you were asking that question. She did she did a good job. But you know, what needs to get that rectified or where are we on that? It's just so when you call in today be worth I can't wait for trivia to thirty. Caller trivia coming up in two thirty. We've got an awesome fries. We're giving away who tickets at Fenway. And it's going to be an added challenge. Not only you're going to have to get the questions. Right. You're going to have to answer them through a song in your head. That's not though probably I dunno. What it'll be gene was here in the restaurant show on the way back machine. So. So along those lines, by the way, so sky bar has been saved. Somebody keeps saying VP could she please save the Mallow Cup. I believe the Mallow Cup is not available. I think it's still owned by somebody. I don't know. I haven't seen a metal Cup since one thousand nine hundred ninety seven what I wanted to ask her. But again, it just at some point you got to know when to fold them, and it's Louise it's totally on my end. I am so sorry, but the neck oh are the neck. Oh, wafers going to be made still. No, they're gone. She could know some of the hearts have been bought the Cleveland company is gonna make but they can't make them until next year Pasos to each other and we want to. But I assume if you're doing a Harley in lawsuits, but if you're owning the hearts, I soon they're owning the waivers to know because it's the same stuff it's made of the same powder. Just press. You think I'm joking. But I've told you this I'm gonna to it was with one gene Lavanchy, and the reason I was there was because of genes love of the sky bar. But when we trip to revere at the time, this is at least ten years ago. Now, we did we became candy Manhattan echo. We went to the creative plan at the time. There was this small movie coming out that no one had ever heard of in didn't know anything about is called twilight and they were trying to make chocolate glisten. So that as part of their twilight Tien, and we were talking to the guy that he's their creative guy with like, this is fantastic. If you can pull it off, and gene, and I looked at like, good luck. With that, buddy. Nailed it. They made a ton off of that. Well, so we did that we did the taste has stuff. And then we made some neck, oh wafers. And I'm telling you, I've never this is one of those stupid stories. You can't do this now, obviously. But when the candies come off the line, they are soft and they're not hard at all. And they were like, they were awesome. It was a totally different candy. I like nickel waste of riveting segment, by the way. That maybe there's a tape around. I haven't you know, what I don't have the jacket that we got pilfered Dr studio someone stole that I'm ripped about. Oh, yeah. That is housing. My heavier days. You would have fit it. I like that. Yeah. I like that took a big fat v neck, oh who did could be so many probably obviously always going through my stuff. I think as much if I want to say definitively, but I had my suspicions. I saw her at this at the RNC two years ago, and she had an echo jacket on just I've always as BB thirty and I've lived in Massachusetts my whole life. What is a sky bar? I didn't even think of that lightening since she's never had one. We're going to rectify that at the end of the year, I can assure so sky bar, candy bars. And one was the idea you're not sure if you want like chocolate with caramel. You're not sure if you want peanut butter and chocolate or if you're like a Mallow Cup fan and you want the Mark. So here's what we've done is the sky bar genius. It's four squares connected. But each square has different filling one vanilla marshmallow filling one is a chocolate fudge filling one as a caramel filling in one is a peanut butter filling and everybody had their favorite one and everyone had the one. They if I'm not if I didn't pay for the thing that's the one I'm not eating, right? And then everyone had the ones they would trade or whatever. But the sky bar was four bars in one right? I think we we can agree that the sky bar is one of those bars came of age the Pete somewhere, probably run nineteen seventy I think probably probably the along with the Tootsie pop. Maybe. How about the Charleston chew Charleston chew was in that. We've been in the vein. Yeah. There's no dot dot dot O member. You could unreal. Those done by the five hundred thought you've got so much candy, and ate at all your neighbor gives it stuck to the stuff all the way all the time. Yeah. Those are the days. Those are great. You know, what I missed? This is what I want. This is a topic. The should have been is what food that has gone away to do you want back, and I'll start off and say that the one thing we need right back right now is the flaky puff remember the flake do that was pop was okay needed more filling. But yeah, flaky puff is. Okay. There were twenty eight thousand five hundred sixty calories per every flaky puff. It was gorgeous. Have you ever seen even ever seen? It. They would be illegal. Now, you can't have that. Now for one person. Are you are you on air committing to having sky bar when when Louise gets them going? She's gonna take some effort though, because I don't know what their distribution is going to be. I think it's going to be very localized that the Sudbury one of us is going to have to go get some. And if I know Louise early on they can be a limited. You can't just go by sixty five per well. You've got an in now. I don't know how the ABA. Yeah. Maybe you don't have an in. I was actually hoping to tell her. We mean the commemorative gene Lavanchy, wrapping. In honor of Jean thirty years in broadcasting. I think that's over jeans Mormon Tabernacle choir. Thing didn't go off. Those. The moments between him mentioning it. And then the with her saying Hello. I'm having trouble hearing moments of silence between. That's a tough one. But you got to keep that in. I mean, sorry if that happens to play in any best of over the weekend. Knows I'm gonna we're talking too much. But we always talk about gross Nebraska. The first one of the first episode interviews, we didn't show as a woman. She's the only her and her husband have two people that live in a town in Nebraska, it's called. And we always say. That was gross Nebraska right there. An interview goes while she said, what do we call something when it's not gross Nebraska. We never really had it. But I feel like maybe. Again, I'm all in on it. I love it. But maybe the Mallow Cup along the Neckar when it became unavailable when nickel close, I know. But what happened was they the company bought all the Netco stuff, and they were auctioning off they only really want. There's only a couple of things they wanted. They wanted the ten minutes and they wanted to the hearts conversation hearts. So they were auctioning off other things that Nicole is the Clark bar..
"dr studios" Discussed on The Radio Adventures of Dr. Floyd
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"Come up that we have money to spend. So we can't just go and spend our cap money now only back in the same spot. And then we're going to be watching some of our own that we grew walk out the door, which is not what we want. So we will use our money, and we'll fill some holes, but we want to continue to draft develop. And all good luck. You thanks very much. Appreciate John dean is the bills general manager joins here in mobile will send it back to you guys in studio. Thanks, murph. Appreciate that. And it's always nice to hear, you know. They're just it's not really a blank check. And they do have this philosophy. And he brings up a good point. You spending all this money on free agents. You gotta sign guys like Matt Milano Davis white when they come up as entering year three. Right. Exactly. And you can you can pick up that option. Oh, what were your thoughts about what Brandon Beane had to say about their philosophy going down that they take out everybody? They can take down there almost right? And they try to cover all their bases. And you know, the coaching staff comes down along with all the scouts not every team. Does that in the NFL? You know, if they're really in the market for particular position player, they might bring that position coach down just for an extra layer of research being done in terms of this gonna fit what we wanna do. It's like that classic saying you always say, it's not is the guy in NFL player. It's is the guy a Bill. Does he fit the bills? And that's really, you know, some people wonder sometimes why did you pass on that guy, or why did you pass on this guy certainly talented enough to be the ninth pick in the draft. He didn't fit what we are. Right guy. Not the right guy for us. And I think that's what they're mining to uncover maybe more than anything else. Because it's very clear that. Here. Coach McDermott talk about all the time the right DNA to fit our team. They want guys that they know what they're gonna get outta them at practice in week. Seventeen is going to be the same thing. They get the first week in training camp. Guys can't fade in the practice setting. It's gotta be all in all the time without ever wondering. What am I going to get out of this guy on Sunday? They want guys that they know are grinders guys that are just going to grind all year long. No matter the circumstance, no matter the score on the board. No matter the time left in the game. That's the kind of makeup. They're looking for in the players. You can do all the measurable you want and the talent level and assess all of that just reviewing game tape and whatnot. But are you gonna get that out of that guy every single day? And if not you're probably not a fit for the bills, but it's very clear that even though there is a lot of money to spend in free agency this year for the Bill, Steve, I don't know if they're gonna spend much more than half of it. Right. I really don't eighty seven million and cap room. They spent forty I'll be pretty I'm adop-, they'll spend fifty of it probably forty to fifty tops tops tops. I think there's a certain amount you can carry. Over to the next year. If it goes on us, right? And knowing that you're going to have some of those guys going into their final contract, you're in in twenty guys like Matt Milano, you know, who you think you want to keep in the fold long-term and other examples Dion Dawkins, you know, there are players that you have to start thinking about okay? This guy's coming up for his second contract. And if we want to hold onto him, this is what the market rate is. We're going to need this much rule. And that's what that's the difference between coaches and GM. I mean GM's have to think beyond this year coaches want this year because they got to win games right now. Right. But GM's have to think, you know, with the crystal ball a little bit. They got to look into the future and assess upcoming expenses as well. We are here. One bills lot live and sitting in our one bills. Look Dr studio we are talking back and forth with Murph who's says a couple of things we're gonna go back down to mobile. I think in a little bit. We're gonna talk to special teams here. Listen.
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"You're listening to all of it on WNYC. Welcome back to the show. There's a new art show at the art gallery. Epa one hundred twenty fifth street posing modernity a black model from Manet Matisse today. It reeks Emmons the depiction of women of color within a history of modern art from the nineteenth century Ford matinee they gobbled AllAire. Matisse are are presented an all create works for black women were central to the work posing more Janney looks at how some of the same themes explored by the impressionist took on new life during the Harlem renaissance now themes of representation class and social structure explored then are ripe territory today. The show was curated by Denise mural PHD and a Ford Foundation post doctorate research scholar, co organized by the wallet. And the music are say the show will be on view in New York through February tenth two thousand nineteen and then it will be expanded into the museum or say in Paris in March. Denise welcome. Thank you. So this show originated from your doctoral dissertation it did at Columbia. Can you tell? What that dissertation was about. And why you chose that subject. Well, the dissertation was essentially this subject, we changed. We actually shorten the name a little bit just had to get that down. But it was essentially a survey of the the the legacy of as portrayals of the black model lar-, including in his icon painting Olympia of eighteen sixty three and part of what I wanted to do was make build awareness for the fact that that was by far the most famous of this portrayal of Laura, but he made to other images of her and he painted another woman of color the by ratio. Actress John Duval who was the longtime mistress of his friend, Charlotte layer. So you have this moment. In eighteen sixties Peres at the beginning of modernism, not just an art. But in popular culture in music and literature when there is this black presence porch represented by these black woman, and by other models at the very heart of this. Advent of modernism, I want to continue on with that. But I think your background is. So so interesting so you had a successful career in business. You're an analyst Morgan Stanley MBA from Harvard Business School investment positions. How'd you end up in the art world? That is an interesting question, and how much time do you have? To eight well, you know, had a business career for a long time quite a while. But alongside that business career always had this avocation of going to museums and seeing art and part of it was, you know, you're a young professional in New York, and the museums the companies we worked for had this free admission for employees, and there were these support groups that you could join pay a small fee, and you got to have evening, receptions, and walk throughs of exhibitions with curator's and visits to artists emerging artists studios. So it was a very passionate advocate for me for many years. I also traveled a lot with my job in mainly in Europe. So often for extended trips two to three weeks, and I had lots of opportunities on weekends and downtime to browse the museum's of London Paris. It really all over Europe repeatedly for a number of years and came across some of these works. Galleries and became curious about them. That's fantastic. I just love that idea that you had this thing you were passionate about and decided to go ahead and go for your, that's awesome. So let's let's talk about the beginning of the exhibit. It represents this this chaining significant of the black female figure, can you tell people the first image that we see and why well you walk into a gallery, and there are the first image that you see directly if before you is manny's poetry, his portrait of lar lar was the model who the black model who pay who portrayed the may figure in his famous painting Olympia, and that portrait is not very well known. There hasn't been a lot of scholarship about it. But what's important about the portrait is that? I you kind of see the beginning of impressionism and the way he paints her in a very specific way that presents her as very dignified kind character who really engages the viewer but also in his studio notebook or. Carney four that painting. He describes her. He tells us her name is lar-. He describes her as trae Nick grass, a very beautiful black woman neglect. Of course, has pejorative connotations. It was the common uses of the day. And he told us where she lived. And that was a real clue for me because I recognize the address is being right there in the heart of the neighborhood where Manny and the impression that has moon a Renoir lived and worked. So we have a wonderful large painting by basil. Who was an acolyte of Manet loan to us by the Musee Dorsey, very graciously that shows these artists many, the impressionists, Renoir, Monet, and but basil in Brazil studio right in that neighborhood. Justice. Welcome Laura lived, so that kind of gave me the sense of this racially mixed neighborhood in this emerging Peres, which by the way, the timing of this eighteen sixty three was just fifteen years after the final French abolition of territorial slavery. So you had people coming from the French Caribbean, especially to Paris. There was always a small black population there, but that was perhaps the beginning of another aspect of modern life in France. Which was the the Bill doubt of a black community that is very president. If you go to Paris today in that neighborhood, and especially going eastward the guard do nor so was there a tension among the artists or maybe a serving awakening among them in terms of the way that women of color were portrayed prior to this period. I think there was I don't necessarily think it was by specifically focusing on race per se. It was the broader mandate of modernist artist emanating from Manet himself that rather than painting traditional scenes from history biblical. Oh, scenes mythology artist should be painters of modern life, his friend. The poet shirl. Charles Baudelaire wrote, a tryst a treaties saying that artists and writers the the most important project of art was to convey to protect to project the life of everyday life around them, and so many many as expert or exploitation to the impressionists was to not stay in the studio to go out into the streets around them and to roam the neighborhood and paint every single aspect of it. You know? Hi, low everything in between the aristocrats the brothels the the the homeless, and and give all of these aspects of life the same dignity human dignity as traditional art head only bestowed to aristocrats and the elite. We're talking to morale. She was the curator for the she is the curator for posting modernity posing larger area, excuse me, the black model from matinee and Matisse. To today. I'm interested in at what point did women of color. Black women start to become show prominence in paintings. They always talk about in history. When you see certain paintings famous painting of bell, the one that's in the castle where she is an equal status with her with her half sister the same with the Indian gentlemen that Queen Elizabeth qua- they realized there must have been more to their relationship because they are equals. And when did that start happening? Well, you do see episodes of this equality or relatives social equality beginning in this modernist, period. It was part of the Republican sentiment prominent at the time that was against empire and the enslavement of other people's it was all part of that movement. But certainly at this moment in eighteen sixties Perez. Many and the impressionist were reacting against the often very beautifully painted oriented, honest scenes, typically, depicting harems, often imagine harem scenes from North Africa from East Asia. And they were scenes with nude white owed ALI'S being attended to by a bare breasted black servant who was really serving this woman. She's bending she's working she's washing her cetera. So I think Manet is still being honest and portraying sex trae, the sex trade in these high end brothels that were right there in this neighborhood in eighteen sixties Peres, but he moves the black woman from this exoticism into French attire into an interior that is right there in the neighborhood and places her on a much more Galateri in basis. Victoriously with Odalis. You have a sense of their friends she's consulting with her. She's not just serving her she's bringing her bouquet of flowers. And so you see that kind of egalitarian over the cessive generations of artists just becoming more and more commonplace and the servant employer. Relationships sort of recedes after the abolition of slavery after the end of empire. You know, many decades after that. And with the advent more and more of artists, the color and of an overall political sentiment in the wider, progressive thinking culture that we want to portray and egalitarian between racists, and ethnic groups. And that is part of what makes modern art modern. It's so interesting also in the show, it's not just painting photography as well. Tell me about the inclusion of photography, but Takeuchi was really important for me. And it was something of a discovery because when you look at fine paintings of this period, the artist objectives until many impressionist was to be shown that the Paris long annual display of of of of what was deemed at the time. Great art, it would be comparable to the Whitney today. So young artist who wanted to have a career made works, the fifth a conservative academic taste of the judges for this long, and that fit into all these tropes of the. You know, the servant employer cetera. But as they decided to embrace modern life, they moved away from that and increasingly showed the multiple roles, but you see this even in the early in the earliest periods in photography, one of the things I tried to show in the exhibition is that now Dr the impressionist photographer friend of Manet, he made iconic images of many both Blair that are famous, but many people of color, many black Parisians from all walks of life came through Dr studio as well. And they sat for poses that project them as elegant dignified stylish enigmatic. And and I want it to use the photographs to show that these images and paintings are not just some Bollock they represent they index lived reality of these people who are right there in the same, social and artistic circle. Goals as many as well as layer Dr as well as in the same neighborhood, literally I became fascinated with Degaz representation of misl-, Allah never seen any thing. Like that from from him. You explain to me what this is. It's it's it's really lovely and amazing. Yeah. And her hold her existence. And the fact that. I'm sorry. He's explained people who miss LaLa. Yeah. Misled love was a very well known, very famous and well-paid circus star in Paris. She was black up Russian origin mixed race, actually, oppression origin, and she became one of the top stars at the Cirque Fernando, which is very elegant small-scale circus in this neighborhood near plaza gal. And the elites and avant-garde Peres lent to that particular circus in the same way if they went to opera and ballet, and she was feted as this. She undertook these death defying feats, the one that that the were trays. She's being raised to the the very ornate ceiling of their Cirque Fernando suspended only from a device clenched between her teeth, and you know, it's portrayed in popular culture as emblematic of the stereotypical brute strength of the black female, whatever. But but I'm sorry to ga portrays her in very much the same manner that he portrays the ballet dancers, which is those are images. He's famous for we think of data. We think about dancers, and he's shows the artistry that is behind every act of great athleticism the way she deliberately arranges the placement of her feet and her arms in her hands. Very. Similar to that of a ballet dancer, and he portrayed her several times far more as far as we know then he worked with anyone image of a ballet dancer, so I think bringing this into the way we think about the guy as a painter ballerinas. But also as a painter of this famous block moment, miss LA LA is very important. The show moves malate nineteenth century parish to the Harlem renaissance. What is the connection connective material? Well, you there is and this is another thing that I wanted to kind of bring to the fore. There's a pretty long standing narrative of African American artist in early twentieth. Century nine hundred nineteen twenties thirties making long visits to Europe. Especially to Paris to study at the it's a study the old masters at a time when racial discrimination really limited opportunities for black artists to have a career here. And but at the same time in. America in the US. The great migration was happening..
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"Anytime anywhere. Ladies and gentlemen, from Los Angeles, California. Well, it was on this date in nineteen seventy the doors did their final show ever. It was at a place called the wars not in LA on that. Sure that goes from they just said from Angeles, California. Although I believe that is where it was from the doors had their last live show ever at the warehouse in New Orleans joke conklin and has a brother in law. John who? Practically lives in my backyard down the shore, and he's adores freak. And every he he's I swear to God every time he's had more than a couple. Okay. He'll bring up. And do it like this. We'll be talking about the eagles. God knows what it'll go. And you saw the tours lie. It kills them that I saw the doors live and I saw him twice in one night at the arena, which doesn't exist anymore. Right around the corner from west Catholic down and around forty fifth forty six and market. And then I saw him later to spectrum and they were great lie. Even though it was just a three man band, and I three man band at that. No bass player their organist Ray Manzarek played bass pedals. The Oregon and Qatar player and a drummer. But you he was one of the first front men ever. That was dangerous. Yeah. He is like, that's what rock and roll is. Like Jim Morrison is what parents feared about rock and roll kind of right? And he never for example, the night. I saw Bo shows at the arena one show. He was jumping around raving lunatic. And then the other show he never moved. He did that famous. Jim Morrison thing where he at cuffs his hands over the microphone and really companies hands over his face. And that's how he's saying the whole show and your these wasn't too happy about it. I can't imagine. They would be you know, they wanted to be raving lunatic Jim Morrison, but they were there just one of my favorite bands ever. And I was thrilled that I got to see them at all. And he was just one of those arresting personalities, you know. And of course, you know, news Brocchi, Jamie could expose themselves. But he was gestion incredibly dark charismatic guy on stage. A really what were the legend? Wouldn't it? Be with the legend is today. I mean, he really was the alleging in that way. Yeah. Being completely and totally unpredictable because Jim Morrison had this one little quality that very few people on the planet earth at he really didn't care about money. Most moves that people make in their lives. This some sort of money connection to it in some way. And he just he was willing to throw shows away. Eating care. You somebody came up to win. You know, we're not going to sell tickets in Atlanta next time, if that's the kind of show you're to put on in Atlanta. Well, got to the point where management or whatever what's your stroke that even showed up to do the show to begin with that they weren't. And I know your aunt they're going what admirable what professional about that nothing. And that's what rock and roll. Is. It's supposed to be f you why it exists, and they certainly were were and him in particular. Well, him in particular. In that pan. But the ban also knew that he worst your meal ticket even a Robby Kreiger, right? And so many great songs for that pan. And roadhouse blues was written by all of them pretty good writer himself. They knew that were there. Nothing would add him. He was he. Yeah. He was the whole deal. So they they say they put up with him being late and put up put up with them not showing up. They had no choice. Yeah. I mean, they literally had no choice. But it was certainly great seeing him. And I was this close. Because there is you know, it is around out there somewhere missing and roadhouse blues, but the Juliana brothers, and I tell you know, what I'm gonna mess you random play my version missing it. And then so I checked it out and listen to it again. And I went. You put Jim the shame, and you didn't want to embarrass the man when you're trying to honor him. That's exactly why pill reason. Yeah. I go with that stews on ninety four W H two. Orna big daddy. How you doing? I'm doing great. How are you? I'm good. I just wanted to talk a little baseball sentencings. Like football's got a little crush the last couple of forty eight hours or so. I'm a national San and to be honest, be careful what you wish for because I kind of like the fact that Bryce Harper's leaving the team. Guys got. The guy is an amazing player. He's got potential you already holds a fair manner. Records for a player, he's age age. But he's got he's got help every year. Well over one year. PC's and there's gonna be a chunk of payroll for a guy who's. Well. Five years old. They've been blowing the smoke right up this Keyser. And that's how he thinks. He is. So it shows he's not a leader. You just a good plan. I think he's more than a good player. You might. That's all you're going to label him as as a good player. You don't think he's more than a glib player? Easy. Great player. Yes. And we will lose in production will lose in. Ticket sales and shirts and all that good stuff. But you know, as a fan, I was being all grow game at RFK. So I've been one hundred law seasons back to back and and all of that. And you're talking on that station where the fills haven't had an above five hundred year in seven years. So don't start crying stairs to. Oh, a mock Ryan is saying I got the first nine years of the struggle. So we had to say looking looking at his stats. I take a lot of people would be surprised to hear that. He's only ever had one year. We had one hundred RBI. That's one and that was last year, by the way. When he drove in exactly exactly one hundred runs. But that's it. Games. Played is a big thing. I look at and we played one hundred fifty nine last year. Worke year. He played in one hundred thirty ninety one hundred and fifty three hundred and forty seven. It really in the last you know, since two thousand fourteen he's only had one year where he didn't play. Proper games. That's just one. I'm not sure what you're talking about. He plays one hundred fifty three games in fifteen forty seven and sixteen hundred fifty nine last year is two thousand seventeen where he played in one hundred and eleven but that's four. Yeah. I stand corrected. I was thinking it was averaging more like a buck twenty twenty. But I, you know, I think with the money he's demanding there. There are too many holes plug in the ship that one big one. Now, you're talking Turkey on that really not too bad news, mammoth Mamat contracts. He's already turned down three hundred million from the nationals. Let's say just for the heck of it will pick two hundred and fifty million. And that's going to be tied up over how many years, I'm not. I'm not sure about those contracts to but not tissue it breaks. Harper with anybody, actually. And I think he feels he's worth four hundred million and Scott Boras deserve fan and the flame, San sure, you are no I'll get it for you. So between the two of them. It's gonna be a weird all season. Do I think it's going to end up getting four hundred million? I'm gonna say, no, I hope so you wanted to get four hundred million for for us, man. That's I don't like those long deals where what else do what else happens to that? Money. Doesn't go to the homeless. It just stays in Middleton's pocket. Don't like long deals. It's not the money. I care about is the next two years. I already saw the beloved group of homegrown players win me a World Series. I just want to now be the oh nine Yankees cash in. And then I don't care what happens for the last ten years going to happen. What's your cat's do what if you're the angels where you tried to do that was the bulls? And now you've got a guy who can barely play the he can barely hit much. The bills point is why would he care? There's no salary out and get someone else keeps spending. They have the money. They are billionaires billionaires San argue with that I as a sports fan. No, don't like tying up athletes with those long. Deals is two years. Bill knocked the money. If he sucks at the end, send them home go by someone new I'm out get someone else. This doesn't seem to happen that way John Middleton wants to spend stupid money. He wants to be Steinbrenner. I know, but he's stuff Bryce Harper to eight years in your town me if he stinks after two who just got him and get someone else. That's not Al works. It's never worked that way. No one is just cut a player two years into an eight year deal wants to be we are already Vernon never did. He he's already paying a rod who like, you know, what I'm going to go out and get to share. I'm going to go out and get Sobat. It didn't hold them back from adding to it Harper's not gonna he's twenty five. He's not gonna stink at twenty seven. I still don't like the long term DR studio. You gotta guess. I gotta guess I'm gonna go. Mcnair. Barclay. And. I'm blanking. Don't worry about it. Check in with it. Some other time who who was blunt Gessler Garrett. Now he'd already he's already now. So I'm not sure I didn't get the blunt.
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"Very kind of you. I had a crazy weekend, man. I've never done that much video coverage done days in the DR studio, certainly done days at the at the races studios at Milton Keynes, but Friday, Saturday, Sunday nights, I was there not hosting which is even harder, but just holding down the guest chair for the USA racing coverage. It's tough man. The thing I had, but thing I felt the least comfortable with is at it gives you new respect for the TV g. folks the folks on the simulcast feeds across the nation having to do the inst- analysis in the wake of these races when you don't have figures in the case of the UK. I'm not even seeing the fractions. I'm just judging the paces based on what's visual in real time, and then I'm supposed to come back and say something intelligent. I think I faked it well enough manage. To give out a few winners. It was certainly a lot of fun working with some terrific pros each of the three nights up there, but that's tough stuff. When you were on FOX, did you have to do any of that instant analysis. I did. You know, it's, it's it actually, sometimes, you know, I know you said that shares more difficult than hosting the host on park gives me the gives me that he sees the so it's funny are who's probably know the preference in each each person has. It doesn't really bother me to do the instant analysis. It's actually sometimes best for me. I think the time I was on FOX, just like identified a couple of horses and what I, you know, the trip that they got in making wire. Why or why not? They ran the way they did just clarify where in complete agreement hosting is much harder because you've really got to keep everything going. Yeah, I thought you're saying you it was harder doing when you were doing on on nano far, easier being a guest than being a host. One of these days, maybe I'll get the opportunity to do that. Definitely looking ahead to continuing to add at the race as to my list of freelance glance. Nobody's gonna replace DR f is number one in my heart. I relish my new role as the our brand.
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"They live and local for lunch. I'm Ellen Foley Kosta. Hey, we're hitting out at a second half of the show. It's been so much fun and educational. We want that to continue because we want to welcome back Dr studios mayor John Barbour's from Wickliffe, Ohio. Welcome mayor alot Ellen. Glad you're back. Glad to be back. And I guess the first question is you're elected in November. You're probably the youngest mayor in Lake County. How are you enjoying your new job? It's going by very quick. Like, you said it was it's been almost almost a year already gone by very quick. I am enjoying it. The the diversity of things you deal with is amazing. And it really keeps it fresh there. Something different every five minutes at least a five to ten items pop up every day, that's unexpected. So you've got to act very quickly. But I enjoyed them. I'm helping people help move the city forward helping motivate people get people excited to be in Wickliffe a gun and continue that and keep pushing us forward. You have a passion. It's in your voice. I do because when it comes from the top it does it's the trickle down effect merchants. They can come to you business owners now in residence at their basements, flood the marijuana all by. That right. It's a blessing social media the blessing occurs. I put myself out there. A lot talk with a lot of people. And and sometimes it gets a little difficult to keep up with with all the messages and whatnot. But I do my best to communicate with as many folks as possible. Well, I know that you have scheduled to meet with the Lake County visitors bureau to discuss properties and what's coming out. Is there anything new one week left? That is exciting that you're looking after development of special on your business corridor. Well, like you mentioned the Lake County visitors bureau, there's been a lot of. I wouldn't call that a small deal. But a lot of offices where it's two to five people been looking at properties, we're hoping we can get them in in a spot in city hall being such a historic amazing building. There's been a couple of small businesses moved in recently. Three us towing move from willowy to Wickliffe ABI to baseball was like a sports training clinic. They moved in Wickliffe. So there's a lot lot of that. But no one sees it because it's in the industrial area. It's all along Anderson road or behind Lubers all. Some of the bigger things obviously take a little while tapestries senior living they're going to be open in hopefully about two to three weeks. They've gone through some things with the health district. Takes awhile to get those final approvals. Good news. Is there already about forty percent occupy they've got not people in their yacht. But that have signed contracts are moving in the ABB property. We've got about sixty days until we know more about the details when it was going through receivership bankruptcy. So we got about two months there until we know more. But then we'll know a price will know who's been looking at it. What's viable and trying to work on some of those bigger deals for some of the open property. We have it's important because you have the right arm tried to help business and get established, but the left arm the city has to operate and operating you have to have expenses to general fund, but you have fire safety everything has to be pulled from that, you're pretty upfront. The city of work left is asking voters to approve a three mile fire and police Levy on this coming November ballot. You're not hiding. The fact you're very well. You're calling say let me tell people why this is important. So it's an additional Levy, but tell tell people why it's so important in west left for survival for the city. Well, we've always been known for excellent safety forces. And unfortunately as times change, there's not as many speeding tickets speeding tickets listened to love that eating tickets. Will there may be a lot of? Speeding tickets, but they turned into felonies, unfortunately lot more people have guns on they have cocaine ethanol autumn. So it's the severity of those traffic stops has increased drastically the break ins, the home invasions. And that's that's everywhere. It's not just wiggled. Unfortunately, it is ever Lord happens in manner and to keep that safe for our young families is is paramount, and you had your own police chief Randy is who's very well thought of his even said that you know, we have a lot of drug trafficking Wickliffe where the first community on a cuyahoga county line close to where a lot of this activity. I may my officers may pull a Cairo over. But exactly it turns out it isn't just one offense. That would be municipal lock Iraq. It's a criminal offense. Correct. Their stats, so there's a lot of time and effort into criminal activity. So if you have if the money comes it goes to the general fund, but tells you specifically want money for the police and the fire and tell us why that's important part of the. The reason we went that route one is for transparency because that money can only be used for police and fire. We can't say, well, we're gonna use it for police and fire then go ahead and use it on on something else can only be used for those two departments. So let's say if God forbid something happens and a few other large businesses leave we've still got money dedicated for the police and fire. We'd like to have is a to stop process a once a lovey passes. The November Council I will discuss a charter change for next year to have more of our general income. Maybe ten percent of that not sure exactly what but going towards capital purchases. So that will have some of our general income like the money that comes from income taxes because right now we have to pull everything from the general fund. We don't have a dedicated for for Cal. You're projecting that at nine hundred thousand spending deficit in the year two thousand eighteen to make that up. Correct. And that's what we projected at the beginning of the year. We are being fairly conservative in looking at things it it's gonna shake out a little better than that. But even with that council. Talked on just last week to appropriate. A few other changes to set aside money for. One of the squad set aside. Money for ladder, truck and set aside some money for nine one one system just to again, make sure we have that set aside for capital because we don't know what's going to happen going forward. Those are big that's part of the reason for this lobby your nine one one system we need to upgrade that a return years, maybe two hundred thousand dollars. We need a ladder truck in the next few years has a couple hundred thousand dollars one of our we're getting one new squad. Or other squad is about twelve thirteen years old, and we have a lot of runs so to to maintain that. We're also talking about a new new detective to add to the forest, and partnering with within one things very important partnering with the school district for a we'd like to have a full time school resource officer where when school's in session, the officers they're looking to have an office there in the summer months. They can be a normal patrol for the city, and we'd split the cost with the school board. And I think that's important for continuity. So we don't have part time people going in and out of safety, it's safety. But it also lets the officer if anything were to occur. He's there. He or she is first on the scene. To know or expect. But if the Levy is you're looking for it will be projected to have eight hundred thousand a year will be generated from this lovey, correct? For the city and in for the homeowner. I know you mentioned three mills, but how that breaks down for you. The average home in Wickliffe. If your home is worth say one hundred thousand dollars is going to be a hundred five dollars per year or eight dollars and seventy five cents per month per one hundred thousand dollar valuation. So when you're looking you're just saying, and it's a continuing lovey. And I don't think people realize continuing renewing correct Smith there's three different categories continuing as it won't stop it won't stop him as we could. I believe put something on the ballot to reduce it as time goes on. Let's say, for example, that's not happening. I can't imagine it would cost only going to go up. But let's just say, hey, let's say another business like Lubers all comes in all of a sudden, we don't need it. But again, you're honest Lake County Aguirre's go ahead the piggyback tax before you were born for ten years. We've lost a lot tax is still going law from the state, but I'm not going to point fingers. We gotta we gotta wait. We can't wait we have to act quickly. And that's why we decide on the lobby this year. It's like having a man come. You've lost somebody loses. Their job is still have to get going. And you're you're turning to your residents. But if as you said, it's a hundred and five dollars for one hundred thousand dollars, if your home valuation, if it does not pass, you know, you're looking at what would happen if it doesn't pass what what are the ram? Fixations of for Wickliffe residence. Well, it'd be very difficult to we may have to talk about going to the county for dispatch. We wouldn't be able to Ford the nine one one system. I'm not sure how we'd afford the ladder truck going forward to be very difficult to continue the leaf pickup snow plowing as we do. We'd be salting last leaf pickup would would stop immediately. That would this would be the last year for leaf pick of if it didn't pass and we'd be looking at lane folks off I know we can't lay off any firefighters because of FEMA grants visas paying for the majority of their salaries over three years, and with that we have to maintain the same staffing, but we wouldn't be able to split a school resource. Officer wouldn't be able to have an additional detective when Bill to replace the cars that we do gender poll, we wouldn't open ginger pool. I mean, that'd be that'd be done those losing money on but we can. But it's it's something a luxury for kids in the summer families that would be going away. So you're being very honest and upfront. So what you're asking for is. If your house is valued at one hundred thousand or a bit more it's a hundred and five dollars. It would be added for that one hundred and five you're going to have top police fire. You would have the services of the city, and you'd have the recreational of the city. Yes. Yeah. It allow us to maintain and grow a little bit. If you know your service director, I think is Joe diem Brocha the police chief as I've said was Randy ice and fire chief Jim powers, they have offset to you as the mayor. It gotta help us. Our budgets are where it is. We have losing money. The city is doing its best to start a business corridor to bring some more taxes. But in the meantime, I think you're asking your residence you have to help us help yourselves. Yeah. And we do in wiccan fortunate. We don't have in my opinion. We should have had a road levian ten years ago a police and fire lovey five to seven years ago. And they didn't what they did was they kept taking money from the capital funding..
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