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"eib" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"The democrats in the drive-by media okay. The doors opened and a giant cake is being brought in here. That i accidentally saw when i went back to i saw the cake and i didn't say a word about it and i saw you snuck the twenty eighth anniversary balloon in here. That is a. That is a gorgeous cake. I i see it says twenty eight. I saw that one. I saw a kickback. The kitchen i. It's a gorgeous gorgeous k really. You're be like this ev. I don't mean the anniversary. I'm talking about this gook in the news. that's what i'm talking about. Which i will get you know. This is so easily avoided not the cake. The i knew you do a cake. Even though i've told you twenty eight years not to do it they do it every year. Anyway telephone number you on the show for the last twenty years. The three of us there are three of us. We became well. We call each other family. Because that's what we are and we will all there before any before during an i showed up on. The scene was brian. That's me. yeah bryan johnson. Now brian you between all of us you probably have the most radio experience of anybody here. And there's a reason for that. Well yes. I was born in a radio station. Yes yes my mother and my father. They met working in radio. My dad was the engineer. My mom was the receptionist at a radio station in iowa and they got married and my mom got pregnant and they moved to florida in that order pretty much. Yeah and so the rest is history. Yeah my soul. So how did you. How did you get the call to to to come and work with rush. That's a good question. My father has his own engineering consulting firm in radio and He owns a bunch of radio stations. Down here in south florida. And i was working with him at the time and janelle is the name of the company at the time they were looking for an engineer. They could engineer facility. That was kind of secret and they wanted somebody different to come over there and take care of it. It wasn't really associated with anybody that could be really discreet so I guess they thought of me because they knew i worked with my father and everybody knows my father in the engineering business so they called and my dad told me you know and i said sure i'll i'll go over and i'll meet them and check it out and that sort of thing i was young. It was twenty five or something like that. So i basically went over there and Met them and i said okay. I'll do it. You know it was just an hourly type of deal and this is back in ninety six. Yeah and So i did it and met rush and then Never saw him again for year and a half. Wait a minute so they hired you to work with russia. You met him and you what you set up his studio something that you do. They actually had the studios built former palm beach thing where they wouldn't let them do it in his house. And that's right co premier built. I'm studios in the financial district of palm beach and they needed an engineer. And that's that's when they called me and basically russia's sitting there doing it all by himself they had all the equipment zephyr is all stacked up there and he had switches if were he could throw a switch and throw to the second group of zephyr and all that sort of stuff and he could get on the that way and that's what he did all by himself until we all came on the scene in two thousand one so for year and a half. You didn't see russia. And then what happened then. They called and said rush. Got this new piece of equipment that he wanted me to install. That allowed him to record his cd's how he liked to record al's music so he was doing that sort of stuff and they wanted me to come in and install this piece of equipment. So i said sure. I'll come over and do it so i went over and did it. I didn't hear from them again for a year and a half the i figured out he just doesn't like me so then The year of september eleventh in two thousand one near the beginning of the year rush himself started reaching out to me was having problems with his hearing. Asked me if we could get some different headsets. And things like that for him to try like The ones that. I remember that hung down and stuff like that where we tried all different ones over that period that year and people were complaining about his voice changing and stuff like that. I think it was because of him. Losing his hearing gradually so is waste kind of a little bit during that time. Anyway september eleventh happened and premiere radio called me and said listen. We don't know what's going on in the world. Could you be there every day at this point. So father said i'll rush. You gotta go do it. So i said all right so i basically dropped everything i was doing with my dad and the engineering and all the radio stations and just sat in the parking lot for the next two weeks. You know because there was no way for me to listen because none of the equipment in the studio is hooked up you know. It was all self contained in a box right next to on his desk and eventually about a week into that. This is crazy. So i went in wired it all into the rest of the studio so i could at least come inside and listen and watch and That's when he came in and said that he lost all his hearing in one ear and he needed to talk to premiere and see what was going to happen going forward so he flew off to california and then i got a call few days later from a guy who said john accident germ yes yes and he called and said basically rush filled asala and everything and we had this lady dawn that we'd like you to meet with and we wanna try doing the show on the internet on sunday could use set up all the equipment and screens and all this stuff and wanna try stenography and see if this will work for rush so i of course i jumped did everything and met dawn. So when did you get the call on in. What was the call like. It was right after nine eleven. It was that month. And so you have to take yourself back in time to that period and it was you know and i was. I'm mccaw reporter a stenographer and had been for many years in but in the court system since Because i. Because when. When i first met you you were like really young and you came to this day. Have a picture of all of us. We were all just babies so you got a call from john exton too so i got a call from john accident and i just thought it was a job for the day. It was a real time job and so they said it was to come over for this person. Name rush limbaugh. Who i had never heard of. I'm in the court system. You know i'm always doing stuff. I didn't know who the senator was in iowa. And i really didn't care you know. J. simpson was well. Yeah cochran world. I knew a lot about the law but not a lot about nothing about russia. Actually and so i came over that day and of course the day kit carson was there like it was full of people. I.
"eib" Discussed on The Rush Limbaugh Show
"Thank you for joining us for episode. Two of rush. Limbaugh the man behind the golden. Eib microphone. i'm james golden also known as boasts nervously today special for me the two people who sat with me for twenty years the inner family if you will dawn ski brian johnson..
MN leads Midwest, but falls short on electric vehicles
"The purchasing power of the federal government to buy clean zero emission vehicles that are made in source right here in america. That's president joe biden. He wants to electrify the federal fleet to help reduce transportation greenhouse gas emissions but our consumers and states ready to follow. I'm npr chief meteorologist. Paul hutton are here with climate. Cast the american council for an energy efficient economy tracks eib progress their state policy director. Brian howard is here. Hi brian hey all great to be with you today. So this is some pretty big news on the ev front. I president biden's plan and then gm announces its goal to sell only electric vehicles by twenty thirty five. Are we approaching a tipping point here for these. I think so. We've continued to see a steady growth in the av market Even this year despite all the challenge of the covid so you with those activities that are coming from federal government and from a major auto manufacturers. I think we are reaching invasion point about what transportation electric vacations gonna look like in the united states and correct me if i'm wrong but these are only about two percent of the market right now. Why is this such a huge scale of opportunity for vs to reduce these transportation emissions to start with the transportation sector is responsible for about eight percent of greenhouse gas emissions in the united states which is the largest emitter based on kind of the sectors. That are out there So when we're to convert interro combustion engines and move that over to electric vehicles. There's a significant emissions reduction benefit which obviously helps with climate. But then also there's a number of other residual really important benefits as it relates to public health that you get from electrifying transportation. Well in one of those. I assume is jobs right because it's not just the vehicles you need the right infrastructure charging infrastructure. You need the right policies to move these things along which states are leading on this front of the hundred points that we looked at california scored. Ninety one next in line was new york at sixty three point. Sixty three point five which is obviously a pretty deep differentiation between the numbers. And how does minnesota rank minnesota is twelfth based on our evaluation which is a leader in the midwest but certainly is behind the national leaders in the top ten. What is minnesota doing. Well and where is there a need for faster. Progress with vs. So minnesota's done a number of things well Minnesota has done a really good job of articulating. How utilities could invested infrastructure. The state has also taken some initial steps to ratify california's zero emission vehicles regulations which would set that manufacturers need to sell a certain number of electric vehicles from passenger like vehicles in the state of which is being considered. Now you know there are some things that clearly need improvement They have identified that the absence of statewide incentives for electric vehicles is a challenge in something that they need to address. One thing. We should touch on right when we're charging an electric vehicle. It matters where that power came from right absolutely. And so what. Are you seeing with trends of different states. That have More renewable energy than other places when it comes to being able to charge navy with that we are seeing a an overall positive trend in terms of having states move towards outer percent clean energy for their for their grids. There's also a lot of states that are taking that activity very seriously and providing interim goals about how they're going to get to that low carbon future minnesota as an example is considering how to deal with that now in the legislature But other states have already shown us the way. Brian howard state policy director with the american council for an energy efficient economy. Thanks so much for sharing your perspective. Climate cast today. It's great to be here. Thanks so much for the time.
NFL game predictions: Buffalo Bills vs. Indianapolis Colts
"I game one. Oh five saturday. Currently it's six and a half. The colts visiting the bills. It opened as a seven point game. Sixty percent of the bats. Sixty percent of the money is on the bills. Michael will start with you where you going on this one but my number say i should go with the coast but i like the bills all week. I'm gonna go against and based on what you just gave me. You steered me off the ledge. I'm gonna go with buffalo. I think buffalo's the second best red zone team on third down in football this year. They're scoring at a rapid rate. I think brian daboll were really have a good handle on. The eib reflects defense. And when i look at philip rivers the last two games in january that he's played the baltimore game that they want was fifty two degrees but when he plays below forty one degrees. He's played three games. He's lost all three. I'm gonna go buffalo and since you me that the team wins their cover. So that i'm gonna pick tick. Buffalo galvin lead dude. Colts have ability to play down and up to teams. Let's go philip. Rivers five and two against the spread road. Playoff games rivers four. No wild card weekend and bills have the worst run defense of any team in the playoffs this year. Jonathan taylor to the todd town called cisco to keep it closer. We can't let it get away from of a ballgame all take the points. Bharti's going bills guppies with colts pat. I'm going with colts. Just because i don't want to have to wear Area who wanna
How to choose an EVIT program and how to enroll with Blair Howland, EVIT Recruiter
"To take this time to help. Our future students and parents connect with someone that can really help you. He's one of our recruiters and someone that can help you or someone you know. Learn about even in the programs offered blair howland. I'll let him explain about what he does. Yeah absolutely i mean a big part of what i do is go out and talk about what is even and and how can a student see themselves coming here and talking to them about the various credentials what it means to earn that credential and how that positions them to go out and what we call that post secondary environment whether it be continuing an education or going into an actual job or career. That's a lot to think about as a high school student. Or what's that conversation like all begins. Was somebody sitting down and investing themselves. Like i do in this role and saying what's gonna make you happy and as you explore that. What other questions do you encourage them to ask. What's the earning potential. And if you do the job well what does it lead to. Can you explain what you mean by that like. What does that sound like. I talked to them about you. Know if you do the job well do. They have an interest to be potentially a business owner so maybe if they're a web designer and they build that reputation as doing extraordinary web design. Maybe that leads them to going into having their own web design business goals to be a resource and get them thinking further than high school. Yeah absolutely i mean there's all of these competencies and dimensions that all explore with them individual to really find out what's going to be the best fit for them not just short-term to achieve what it takes to finish and get across the finish line here even get that certification but also what it takes long term to be successful and if it's going to be a great fit for those goals for that individual. What would you like students and parents to know about you. Just that you know. My absolute best interest is for every student to become incredibly successful in whatever endeavor path. The they choose. That's why i'm here. That's the singular thing that motivates me. Really cool why are you so passionate that way. I'm somebody that came from working at the high school environment for many years and was actually a coach. So i'm extremely proud being able to talk about this magical place and how it transforms a young person and it's something so rewarding for me. That's awesome so now. You bring all your coach skills to the eib recruiter role. Tell me do you have any coach's corner tips for anyone. Thinking of joining the yvette family. Former coach i'm all about trust the process. You know we have. We have a map and it's a proven roadmap and if you trust that we're going to get there then i can give you the help along the way to submit the application. Get the documents that we need. Get the actual schedule. That you're looking for that makes the best sense for you and guess what now. You're ready to come here and get into that program that you wanted to get into nice. It's amazing how fast time flies before we wrap up the show. Is there anyone that you would like to give a shout out to. I really wanna give a shout out to all of the educators right now. That have have been so amazing overcome challenges with this particular school year and have shown tremendous commitment that they have to to their students. I also wanna give a shout out to the students as well for coming to it every day. Loving being here and i was fortunate enough to come across a group of students here. Can i just ask them how their week was and they just shouted out that it was epic they were part of the fire science program here that kind of thing just it just makes you realize how special how awesome Being a part of these valley institute of technology really really is extremely rewarding.
Real-time pricing could help keep EVs from burdening the grid
"Electric vehicles can help reduce carbon pollution from transportation. But as more people transitioned to vs charging a lot of cars could burden the electrical grid. Kate york is with the nonprofit citizen to tilde board. It's going to be really costly if we don't do this in a smart way if lots of eib drivers are charging their cars in the middle of a hot summer day when many people are also running. The ac utilities may need to fire up backup power plants to meet the extra demand. Those backup plants are often older more costly to run and highly polluting so to encourage customers to use electricity at off peak hours. Some utilities have started offering. What's known as real time pricing plans. They charge customers less for the electricity. They use when demand is low for example at night that can help utilities. Avoid using backup power plants and research shows that in illinois. Ev drivers with real time pricing plans would cut the supply portion of their bills by more than half so for electric vehicle owners. This is an excellent way to promise savings and then also make sure that people are charging their electric vehicles overnight which is going to be the smart way to go about the future transportation.
Trump pledges coronavirus vaccine will be developed by election day
"More now on president trump's controversial timeline for Corona Virus Vaccine Dr Vivek Murthy is joining us right now he's the former surgeon general of the United States. He's also an advisor to the Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden Dr Murthy fact so much for joining us and as you heard the president is teasing a vaccine. He says before a special date by that he means Election Day November third as the former surgeon general does that raise red flags to you? It's good to be with you today and I like so many people in the medical community really hopeful that we will have a vaccine by EIB your year end or by early next year and we need one. Because so many people have. been affected by Kobe lost their lives cove, and if we had an effective vaccine, we may have been able to avoid many of these debts. But the key thing about the process for getting vaccine is that it has to be driven by science and scientists not by political or you know figgers by political timelines and that's really important because right now we have about a third of people on surveys who are saying that if a vaccine was available today, they either would not take it or unsure if they would ticket despite how bad everything has been with Kobe that means that we've we've got to hold ourselves to A. High Standard of accountability in issuing approval or an emergency authorization and their three key requirements to keep in mind. The first is that we've got to have sufficient high quality data that tells us that a vaccine meets the standards for safety and efficacy second, we have to have transparency in the data itself so that scientific authorities can actually look at the state of themselves outside of government and evaluated the third we've got also have a clear plan for distributing vaccine quickly and fairly and this is not easy to do. It requires having robust data systems for example, to track WHO's gotten the vaccine to make sure it's not inequitably. Distributed, but we cannot do in this process is Russian authorization without hearing directly from scientists or advisory groups that would really set us back in terms of public faith in vaccines. Public has to be confident in the safety. To be sure our Elizabeth Cohen spoke to a federal official Dr Murphy who said and I'm quoting I don't know any scientists involved in this effort who thinks we will be getting shots into arms any. Before Election Day. What do you think is a more realistic timeline. More realistic expected we will start to see You know good news about a vaccine being approved at the end of the calendar year or beginning of next year, and that would be an optimistic scenario, and then it takes some time after that to actually deliver the vaccine and get the shot in the arm. So to speak because a shot in the arm is what matters at the end of the day that's how we actually. Protect people and stop discredit covid nineteen.
How Plagues Become Renaissances
"Today. We're talking about how plagues become Renaissance's. So if we look back at the EIB bhubaneshwar plague in. Europe, it was ultimately a catalyst for the renaissance. Now, it wasn't a smooth transition, but there was this period of you know horrible plag- afterwards, there was kind of all. Things start to shift around a little bit. People started to get optimistic again, they moved outside their homes and villages, and what it had done was loosened the power of the Catholic Church Fan. So when was the bubonic plague in what was happening? Then I don't actually. Know what was happening? When you get the bubonic plague, right? Can you tell me a bit more about this? You get sick and die basically. So was like I think the same as the black death where it's like one in three people in Europe. Got It around what the twelve hundred or something The people can back probably off by a couple hundred years, but the point being like everything was going smooth in. Europe. Europe, and then all of a sudden one, one in three people got the plague got sick and died unfortunately and the controlling party in Europe. The time was basically the Roman Catholic Church and what this did was it loosened the grip of the Church and there was all this newfound experimentation which gradually turned towards individualism and how that happened I think is fascinating. So I was doing some reading today. There's a book called. techniques and civilization and nineteen, thirty, four book. It's kind of obscure. But the author Lewis Mumford described how the invention of the clock singlehandedly catalyzed the renaissance basically. So there's this lull. Post plag-, and all of a sudden. This invention is created the clock and the idea of telling time comes into existence and all of a sudden, the the grip of the Roman Catholic Church reduces and you have art science Yeah. Everything get founded in explored. So why did the grip reduce? Is it because they were kind of controlling the idea? The idea. Yeah, and to the point where you know if you had sins or whatever, and you want to be forgiven in the eyes of the community or the church, you know you need it to buy an indulgence. It was a very strict doctrine where you know like my parents were Lutheran and there are certain things I. Certainly didn't agree with their. But if you follow that back, Lutheranism was a reaction to the Catholic church was like a reformation from that and Catholic churches like even more. So so just like very. Tight grip culturally is a good way of putting it. So not really open to individual experimentation There's no concept of science and supposedly like because of the clock, there wasn't any aspect of. You know a belief that. The your world was like verifiable or you could put it in Su You know practice for something that you conceived of, does that make sense? Yeah. I'm trying to relate it back to the plague of thinking about how it all ties together well I. think that was interesting. Is that the way that we're going to get out of this is by new inventions. So new concepts of categorizing things whether that's you know deciding that health span for individuals increasing health span of everyone is a really viable like pursuit or. Or you know businesses are going to start investing money there I. think that could create an invention like the clock where we stop having this debate of like Oh, you know people lived to be around this age, and then they die and instead just thinking about, okay. There's sickness. There's disease going on how are we extend the health span of everybody like way more broadly to events like this are a good place to kind of snap you out of your traditional way of thinking because before with the Bubonic plague people. I think we're very I mean, they believed in the church and you know like bad things don't happen and ought bad stuff started happening spree superstitious, and then they look for something else afterwards, and you're saying maybe that same kind of thing can happen now with everything going on is that exactly? Quantification of. Things around whether there. You're like your inputs and outputs. We talked about like the quantified self movement in previous episodes or on a couple episodes of hidden in plain sight, which is just basically like tracking your imports which are drinking which are eating. So that quantification just like the clock kind of qualified time and created the same framework that everybody could run on and meet know more efficiently and all this stuff I think that Yeah, innovations here is. Is What's going to help us quantify things in new ways
"eib" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"To have you with us in the EIB network a lot hello how to do it is rush are you needed maybe talk me down because I don't know why I didn't give up because apparently Cavanaugh and gore such are tag teaming with the liberals to make sure that the Supreme Court a liberal for the next thirty years and yes we got front and you keep telling me what we have to vote Republican because of judges well we did and it's a loss for the next thirty years and even if they replace Ruth Buzzi given birth well it'll be another Roberts right now and even if we get two hundred fifty five in the house fifty five in the Senate and trump gets reelected they're not going to overturn the Civil Rights Act but not gonna turn any of these court decisions over and the court will just could declare the law unconstitutional so why should I continue fighting and having Appomattox moment why should you continue fighting you think we've lost already and that it has escaped our clutches well the court every all that would be Republicans due at whatever Scotus says and we now have a permanent liberal majority it's just that they're sort of like hidden and Robert pops out or capping off popped out or gore such pops up when they when they're needed or if the five four or six three in this case well not this actually was a stunning surprise by Gorsuch Roberts you're right but Roberts is never been a surprise to me I I was told when when he became chief so he pulled me aside to say you you you think Anthony Kennedy is a problem the guy on the court that loves the Washington post style section is the cheap metal okay Gorsuch this is a shocker this is a surprise it was standard being cynical okay it was gore should just turn to flip I had to take the pressure off Cavanaugh having to flip or whatever what do you think I'm I I I there's a theory very early on that these guys are really afraid for themselves based on what happened capital during his hearing you there's any validity to that all it probably is but that that's never going to stop no one they want to be favored by the New York Times and The Washington Post and all these now even worse total communist rags and they want to be are you on the front page that you're a wonderful person and how can we ask that they don't resist that our little lauding and no matter how good the concerns they all your wonderful you're smart you did the right thing or that because that doesn't look I'm gonna make sure on one thing you you you say you're having your your Appomattox mom and I'm gonna make sure have for as long as I live nobody is ever going to take down the statue of you where ever it is he.
"eib" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Eight eighty two the EIB network and we're trying to get Americans to weigh in that are experiencing all the different levels of mismanagement and I I think actually I know I've never seen anything like it somebody asked me the other day is there any positive take away from coca nineteen and I would say that it it has been that great expose of people that can handle IC's and people that want to exploit crises so this has let us end we've we've now been allowed into the world of who really cares about the working men and women who really cares about the freedom to worship who really cares about pushing back on a police state now you're finding out you're you're seeing you're seeing some of the worst management ever and you're also seeing some of the best leadership and decision making across the country from from the grass roots level the ground level all the way up to the top the men and women of this country have been storing during this pandemic because that's what we the people do that's why I get tired of hearing politicians say we're all in this together no no we're not governor wolf of Pennsylvania governor Whitmer of Michigan sure not in it without us your your someplace else in it with someone else you're not in it with us because you would have opened up already you wouldn't have fallen for some of the hype in the panic you wouldn't be pounding on our president every day spare me with remember we're all in it together now put on your face mask or you'll be arrested in the subway that that's not all in it together bro with no respect for governor Cuomo I didn't want to slip up and say with all due respect because you haven't earned it governor you've made a lot of bad bad mistakes and in typical fashion when you make a mistake you blame our president in the meantime places like Georgia and Florida they're rocking they're on their way back they're on their way back it will be a comeback but the comeback is because a smart decision at the top and many other smart decisions by the people of the United States from truckers should doctors I'm just I don't know about you but I can't I can't even stand to look at most of these politicians anymore Nancy Pelosi with her traveling band of misfits and wires they all have their mask on they were walking through the capitol the other day and I don't I don't know if you saw this but now did you catch this the Democrat house voted Friday for proxy voting for the first time in history well why because you never let a virus go to waste you never let a crisis go to waste now the Republicans claim rightly so it's unconstitutional and unwise the reform was adopted in a near party line vote every Republican opposed it Justin a mosh of Michigan a libertarian he opposed it as well by the way Justin just ended his four day run for president congratulations congressman Ammash I know it was it was almost a week in your rocket three Democrats also opposed this what is it lawmakers can vote on behalf of up to ten colleagues if they have written letters authorizing them to do so I call it the photo by note act that's what I named it though by no but it kind of falls in line with the Democrats have been trying to do since the very beginning they don't want us to purge dead people from voting logs voting rolls excuse me like in Pennsylvania we have hundreds of thousands of them dead people so obviously they need those names but for what well they wanna make mail in voting mandatory and they want illegals to vote so to me the Democrats left this is right in line there must be a way where if ten of my colleagues don't want to come into work they can just write me a note and I'll vote on their behalf kind of like the way illegals vote in San Francisco all right let's get to the phones here on the Rush Limbaugh show eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two Diana in Fairhope Alabama you're on the EIB network hi can it's nice to talk to you thanks for taking my phone call welcome can you hear me OK yup okay I am as I was telling your call screener I'm in a unique position I am a lifelong resident of Louisville Kentucky I'm in my fifties additionally I have a home in Alabama I've had that home for twenty years and when all the scope bids stuff happened and they started shutting down it's been March I headed to my home in Alabama largely just because I thought well I'm not sure what it is that we're looking at all the paper down there help you're down there still the weather still not that great in Kentucky and I want to get out into the sunshine where it it is healthy and good for us I did go back and visit Kentucky for about ten days and I'm in contact with family and friends that live in Kentucky the disparity is red rocks you people in Kentucky are so very much locked down my understanding is that this week things can ease up a little bit when when I walk through the grocery store with my mask on and others had their masks on people won't even look at each other in the ice it it it it they seem extremely fearful versus when I come down here in Alabama much more open people are upbeat we're going to get through them all that I will continue talking late into that got Kentucky's been moving left for so long I think that's the problem I will without a doubt there's no doubt about that as a matter of fact my husband I have made plans to we're looking at retirement the next five years we're going to move we're going to move into Indiana Kentucky got serious problems our present governor governor Beshear has taken on the the persona of Fred Rogers and I don't mean to say that I don't have great respect for Mister Rogers but I don't want to be talked to like on a four year old Diana thank you so much for calling I appreciate it eight hundred.
"eib" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The EIB network having more fun than a human being should be allowed to have you might as well how can that be well because I'm doing when I was born to do and I love being with your people each and every I love the opportunity relish it I was in misery these last two weeks I I was wracked with guilt and not being here and and so I'm I'm glad I'm glad to be back here and and a just a good feeling normal for the first time in awhile which is going to be short lived plan B. will be implemented and so on and then I'll start feeling like crap again but that's what was I mean not consistently ended in going to be as bad as what this land I mean I look at I had to undergo weeks of a valid medical prep because they go to the what they threw at me wise kick **** stuff clinical trial stuff and it won't that's the irony it worked but it was I couldn't do it and what about reducing the demand that the the the the reducing the dose with that that's that's not that there's a plan B. we're gonna get a BMW plant be pretty soon and Hey folks it is what it is but I've got this restaurant here where I'm literally feeling normal and feeling great and I'm not great to be back here it's a great opportunity that I that I'd never ever take for granted being here home well thank you thank you very much I I've I appreciate that now let me give it back to the phones here Katie San Andreas California hi great to have you with us hello hi rash it's an honor to talk here I've been dreaming about this day for so long because I was a rush trials and I'm raising rest children now my mother's probably listening to this and she's like oh my god you got a lot well congratulations that's great to hear and I also want to say make a prayer CO our thoughts and prayers are with you all the time and we pray for a full recovery thank you thank you very much welcome I was told I would need to get to the point I live in a small community in California I wanted to talk about and share radio how this is affecting us I'm home schooling my children now I have three children eight five into and this is rocked our world we are healthy thank god but it's rocked our world and the fact that I don't know how to teach my daughter common core I don't know how to teach the reading strategies that are expected but she's going to have to take the state tax I don't know how to teach reading to my five year old with the expectation that they're teaching I'm concerned for her future education my husband and I have a conversation daily do we hold them back what do we do they are missing a third of the school year and like you're pointing out before why the numbers aren't there I'm having such a hard time wrapping my head around we're changing everyone's daily life for such a small thing California the California situation one thing I I need to be as accurate as I as I can here and the the New York metropolitan area is home to the largest and most prominent ethnic Chinese population outside of Asia the Chinese but that still doesn't mitigate the fact that five to seven thousand Chinese per day flying into and out of California every day for who knows how long in the in the the numbers of people infected and the death toll in California is so far below what common sense would tell you which should be and there has to be a reason for it as a layman I don't know what it is I can't wrap my head around it we've been locked down they canceled school the week of same product based on the sixteenth of March they cancel school the kids are supposed to be on spring break for two weeks that third day after St Patrick's day so the nineteenth I guess our governor he's a genius put us all on lockdown and you know we've been sheltered in place my husband has an essential job so thank god he's still working and he's still getting paid and but I mean you're just changing everyone's day of life and I'm I just have a hard time I'm just having such a hard time well what what was that again thank your home schooling question are you are you there and maybe I misinterpreted you don't want to do what you would rather they be exposed to common core no I'd rather than not yeah I guess I'm torn on that one is I think the social aspect of my kids going to school the best that daily but then for me to make sure that I'm still teaching them so they're not going to be behind next year I feel like I have to expose my little bit to common core does that make sense okay I get what you're making yeah I got you know I'm just I'm yeah I well it nine years ago let me I actually I actually was thinking about this over the weekend as I was I was planning my return to the E. I. B. studios and I was just recording random thoughts as I have them so that I wouldn't forget them and one of the rooms give it when the random thoughts ahead I I heard somebody I don't remember doesn't matter complaining about having their kids at home with him all day what the hell am I going to do and and and kids don't do well at home I gotta get out that they can't get out people going crazy so I thought you know I happen to like home I've built my life around being home I got everything I need at home I've set it up that way I don't have to leave home for anything I love being home I I've I've always dreamed of having a home I've I've it's just it's one of my quirks Salt how can I be helpful in transferring this attitude to other people because right now people don't have any choice were being ordered to stay home under penalty of this about so what what can you tell your kids educating them is usually you have such a golden opportunity here you have no choice they are at home their prisoners your prisoners you have a golden opportunity to correct whatever kind of dribble they have been taught and you don't have a you're not under time pressure I have to do eight hours of school today you can devise your own method for doing this you can you can instill in them the concept of nationalism and patriotism and tell them exactly why they have to stay home you know they're not too young to learn how to your kids they are eighty five and two five nine eight three eight day the eight year old is not too young to learn some of these things are we not like we start our day with the pledge we do the star spangled banner and my eight year old I don't know what she was being taught in school but she just was under the assumption everything was free and I was like no nothing it's free that is now everything costs money we're going to go back to capitalism won a one here right well exactly but in the meantime there are some other lessons that they're learning and among them and this is a I wish I had had more of it my whole life working on his younger that's disciplined you have an opportunity to teach discipline is that you don't even have to be mean about it because there is no alternative they have to learn to deal with these restrictions may have to learn to come up with ways to keep themselves quote entertained busy what ever to pass the time because that's the key and if we get it you can find ways for it to be productive and discipline I I think is one of the greatest lessons that could be taught during this and also there is this concept a lot of people disagreeing but there is the concept of denial they can't go out they can't do this they can't do that you have to tell them why we're in a war we have been attacked by an invisible enemy that doesn't care who want to tax and and can kill a lot of people it's your job to keep them safe and you love them and that's why this is all happening and there's certain things that that right now they just can't do it just can't have it's a combination of discipline and denial you can't always go where you want you can always go where you want when you want and you have to learn to use your time at home to to learn things to become a better person become more educated more informed there are opportunities in all this I believe that there's good in everything that happens it may be hard to find it may be it may be invisible but it will reveal itself I completely agree and I you know I had my mental emotional breakdown Sunday when this is going to go on for thirty more days but then I was like I need to look at it as a half full glass that I have the opportunity to spend more time with my children to influence them and the way that I want them to be influenced to teach them how great of a country we do live in and the founding fathers and all that stuff that they're not being taught in school like there is a huge there you go there you go now I'm doing a lot of this stuff I I imagine the some of you sounds very Pollyanna ship out there and so some of you it may sound very naive and unrealistic but it is wrong it is what it is to use the up the question and there there are opportunities here and there that are presenting themselves in there and and they're not they're not incidental and not insignificant and they're not they're not cliche but the other thing Katie this can't go on I'm I'm gonna keep saying this until it this week this user thirty more days and then you know what they're gonna do they're not gonna do it in thirty days animals are gonna tell us they are the jasa Kuester will only continue another two weeks and nobody will say all two weeks I can handle that and then the next two weeks two weeks again and then another two weeks another two weeks because ever psychologically it is thought that will accept that it might be over in two more weeks every two weeks but this this can't go on interminably it just it just can't I'm glad that you called Katie and I appreciate the time I'm going to be a little selfish I am a teaching aid for you that would be the rush revere series five books that are written for the kids isn't it looked a little older than your your eight year old that she can do it and then the other two that you have a good will will be qualified before long the rush revere series on the founding of America that's written truthfully four four kids in your in your age group and coming I'm glad you called it's great to talk to got to take a quick time out will be back and continue after this.
"eib" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Rush Limbaugh the EIB network the Democrats have no choice in some of this I understand but that still doesn't give them the right if you ask me that totally wrecked the U. S. economy along with their own problems I mean look Joe Biden folks I'm just gonna call this out exactly as it is Joe Biden is a walking disaster and they know it he is senile there's something not right about Joe Biden and they know it and they're stuck with them they've got nothing else they can do unless they want to open up their convention too and they don't because they don't want Hillary the people that are paving the way for Biden or simply paving the way for themselves and they are not the people who like Hillary Clinton and this includes a lot of Obama people the bottom line is that Democrats know that Biden is a disaster they went into panic mode Bloomberg dropped out Bloomberg was supposed to save the day make no mistake about this Bloomberg was posted today Bloomberg was supposed to put into play what the Democrats believe and that is that money will buy anything in politics money will buy anything they forgot to factor that Bloomberg is not likable they forgot to factor that Bloomberg doesn't have a personality that have any charisma he doesn't have to have any of that he's a gazillion air he doesn't have any like ability about him he doesn't have any infectious aspects of a personality just goes out there and buys everything and fires people don't do what he wants but that didn't work Bloomberg dropped out when he figured out the Democrat party was ripping him off he spends five hundred million dollars fibre to fibre and wait a minute five yeah five eight and and somebody got fifteen percent of that for placing all the ads he finally very being ripped off so Bloomberg drops out and buys a cabinet slot from Biden I guarantee you that Bloomberg has some kind of guarantee from Biden is going to have a cabinet position of some kind I remember anybody who has a position on the bike then ministration have real power because Biden is not going to know where he is day to day do not I'm not don't laugh I'm not trying to be funny this is the serious thing the Democrats are faced with they have they're gonna nominate somebody who by the time the election comes around you may not know where he is minute to minute L. arrested these people dropped out they did the same border judge Amy clover shark I guarantee you they got some kind of guarantee from Biden for some position of relevance and meaning and I can't get into the ministration for getting out and then Bernie stupidly what did Bernie deal when all of this was happening Bernie starts extolling the virtues of Cuba in the old server you only made it impossible for the Democrat party to coalesce behind everybody wanted to shut up and kept talking about how evil corporations are he might have been okay but he goes on this we'd love Cuba we love Castro we love joy wore Vera we love Moscow he starts doing all that makes it impossible the Democrats love those people they can't be public about it.
Katherine Archuleta Appointed by President Barack Obama as first Latina head of US Office of Personnel Management ; 2020 Inductee to the Colorado Women's Hall of Fame
"Welcomed extraordinary women radio. Catherine thank you. I'm glad to be here. I'm glad I'm glad you're here as well in congratulations for being named the Colorado Women's hall of fame this year. What an honor. I is in honor. It's very humbling and exciting and It makes you stop and think about what your life is in the EIB against you. Think about what you're doing you do it in you. Keep taking one step in front of the other. I don't really understand the accumulation of it right. It's a nice way to reflect on unwanted life and I certainly enabled to do that over the past few months. I'm I'm certainly have and it's it's going to be an amazing induction ceremony next month. Yes I'm looking forward to it. I am a meeting. Friends are coming from out of town. It's really going be quite the event for us. That's awesome awesome awesome. Well I got to meet you earlier this year at the women's foundation of Colorado Board meeting when you came to lead a really important discussion for our board on Women's reproductive rights and it was probably the most memorable conversation that I've been on the board for four years now and I. I really do believe it's the most memorable conversation that we've had on the board. And what was so amazing. Is that that conversation. Really honored every woman's perspective in that day and there was a broad spectrum of perspectives there and What stands out for you from that conversation on that day. You know. I think many of the issues that women face today are very very difficult once we all come to them From our own perspective our own set of eyeglasses. When I was in that meeting two things an impressed me one that we do come with all of our asses in even though I may be dressed up in this beautiful suit and or I might be wearing jeans that we each have an experience with difficult issues and it may not be what you would expect to be that we have these preconceptions or one has preconception of another and what I learned at that. Meeting was that we needed to drop away. Those in have a conversation among ourselves about issues that were really really important to less in why we took positions or took the view that we did. I think some of those were surprising to other people in the room. I think the other thing that really impressed me about the conversation was that there was at the end of this collective carry that came from this community out women about this issue and wherever they landed on the issues of reproductive rights and reproductive justice. They knew that that They knew that can be different. But it doesn't mean that has women We have to take that as a as a as a a difference it can only be could be viewed as an understanding that. We're all really different that we come from different places that we're influenced by different experiences. And that's what leads us to I guess sort of where where we stand on any particular issue. I was really impressed with women who were in their room and the discussions that we had in I walked away thinking. Wow that's a really impressive ward. Thank you for that and I felt the same being in in the room right. I mean I just felt like every woman could stand in their truth and every woman could be heard and as as I think how. You just so eloquently put it as the room was a hole at the end is like You know it was such a caring loving space to just speak. They're in support of of where each person stood in honor. Where each person instead and I think that's such a beautiful thing about women come into When women come together and community like that there is this the space that we can create for one another when we just opened up to hearing into listening into being there That can be so powerful. I think the other thing is that the opportunity to drop away some of our own preconceptions about who each who another person is I really felt that that happened that there was this wonderful sharing of experiences. And the result of which is that people stood back in perhaps. But they're on US aside and said I hear what you're saying I understand what you're saying law and Not Agree with you totally. I am very appreciative of your trust in sharing with me and also That that we can find some agreement. That are really really. It's so true so true and I feel like in our world right now. We need more conversations like at and you lead that conversation. What's with such grace and you gave the woman in the room permission to be vulnerable. What advice would you share around leading discussions like these? That are around some in today's most critical issues. I think it's listening. I spent a lot of my time facilitating conversations in I find that Listening not just hearing but actually listening to what other people are trying to say is really really important. I've learned from my own background that end in many rooms that I've been in chair side sat in that as a lot of people who don't listen narrowly preparing their statement as I speak what I try to do. All the time is with people that I work with is here to listen carefully into give thought to what they're expressing. When you do that n you also try to understand why they're saying what they're saying You find your. It's much easier to come to at least understanding a maybe not agreement at understanding is good. It's a step towards agreements. You know down the lie right that listening and hearing and and really attempting to understand is really is really really important and we can do that in our work. We can do that in our communities and we can do that and our families. I mean I think that's the opportunity that that you know for all of us to really come to the conversations that we have around critical issues in a way that we're learning to hear and listen to that such a beautiful thing I agree. I don't think that long run. We'd all be better off if we were hearing over at better than we are now
"eib" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"On the EIB network and we're talking about the tentacle then and he'll be attending the Army War College I'm sure there's an ethics course or something about telling the truth or there's got to be a class on following the training command I would imagine an arm an army work college would have that that's actually a credible facility if you ever have the chance if you're passing through central PA to take a at least a half day take a tour the Army War College it's it's a wonderful beautiful facility and a lot of people volunteer and there's it's just it's really neat does it well it's actually the Army War College museum to be more specific I keep calling at the Army War College but there's there's two different areas there's where lieutenant colonel vin men will go and try to save his career and then there's where you would enjoy going in one of the coolest parts of the war college really quickly is they had relatives of veterans read the letters of men and women from war over the years and then you can hear those so you could you could hear like a of a person's son reading the letter he sent to his mom when he was in combat in Vietnam or something like that and then they and then they have a re enactors do the civil war stuff in the revolutionary stuff it puts it in an entirely different perspective when you put the little the headphones on and you listen to a sixteen year old writing a a letter from the civil war or on an eighteen year old writing from Danang so that's just a slice of it you can tell I'm a museum gig I'll admit it I am a historic history in museum geek anyway let's grab another phone call on the Rush Limbaugh show the number is eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two Joe in Detroit welcome to the show Sir William Batson the colonel Clinton whistle blowers and cook covers number one let's Limbaugh Michael J. fox the only once again little control thanks for calling dell I really appreciate it I'm gonna have to disagree with you because I don't I don't believe that ambassador son land what was son was with legitimate whistle blower and either was Veneman and neither was your bondage and neither was those professors they brought in they were not whistle blowers nor were the truth tellers they were witnesses for the Democrats there was one whistleblower who turned out to be a fraud and that was the whistle blower that congressman Adam Schiff for brains Adam Schiff said we have a whistleblower and we're gonna bring that whistle blower to the Congress and he's gonna tell the whole truth and what president trump say bring them I want to hear it then guess what happened we found out what we always found what we always find out this always happens we find out that a steel dossier is actually fraudulently purchase by Hillary's campaign or a whistle blower worked for Joe Biden and raise money for the Democrats and as in all kind of photographs with people that hate trump and turns out that he broke the correct protocol as a whistle blower you don't go to Adam Schiff and say whoa if I got some dirt on the president I know you hate the president you think you can invite me to a party that is in how whistle blowers role you have to follow the right protocol with the inspector general of that particular department or division he didn't do that this was a set up from the get go that's why everybody keeps crying about it like some of the great political thinkers of our time Brad Pitt will John Bolton John Bolton didn't have a chance all we needed to hear from was a whistle blower if this was a real case if this was legitimate you would just hear the whistle blower envision minute everybody else's I'm gonna say fake testimony what a line but what did we find out after seventeen seventeen witnesses what we find out there was a lot of presumption assumption a lot of contemplating a lot of people concerned a lot of people upset by what they thought they heard but no fax the only guy allegedly who could have given us a fact would have been the whistleblower who it turns out wasn't in the room was in on the call heard it second party if not third party and hates trump that's why this thing went where it went if you want to see abuse of whistle blowers I would encourage Joe in Detroit I'm sure that's your real name Joe you sound like a pretty genuine guy I would encourage you to research the Obama administration research two thousand nine to two thousand seventeen the whistle blower complaints and the whistle blowers who were shut down you will find out much like the other facts that have leaked out from the Obama administration it was the least transparent administration in history and this is according to the news media this is news organizations rated Obama the least transparent not just conservatives and you'll find he was the most subversive and abusive to the whistle blower process so president Obama would talk a wonderful game we're gonna be open we're going to be honest and then he would seal documents for thirty or forty years I'm Kent Matthews will be right back on the Rush Limbaugh show you're listening to the EIB network news radio twelve hundred W. away on you want the best protection for your online activities and identity it comes from Norton fox they are the leaders in cyber security now last year the unit is Norton security V. 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"Away I welcome back in it's great to have you with us all rush well behind the golden EIB microphone now on this on this impeachment folks I've I've never seen something so flailing and so I'm I'm not I'm not I'm not disagreeing with the idea of the day you don't want it on your resume items it's a but I'm telling you this is it it's nothing more than a political attempt to black and dark in the resume for the twenty twenty campaign it doesn't have there's no crime mentioned there's no it's just absurd it literally is uncertain this in a bar talks about the I. G. refer this investigation as a it basically bogging down the country for three years that's exactly what this this impeachment thing is ma'am give an example and Paul Sperry hasn't hasn't tweet here Nadler says that article one of impeach environment is only two articles there's not a crime in any of them there's nothing about bribery and you don't want me the reason there's not a bribery article is so that Joe Biden and a bunch of Democrats don't getting smeared with it they're not gonna turn bribery in the high crime and misdemeanor even though he is specified in the impeachment clause the constitution trump did not engage in bribery but Biden Dan and who knows how many others so they leave that out article one seven page it will charge abuse of power by the president article to abuse of power article tool charges him with concealing evidence about how he abused his power this is the famous obstructing Congress by going to the courts to protect his own documents and stuff which presidents have done since George Washington but the real thing here if if article tune charges trump with concealing evidence about how he abused his power then it means they don't have it they couldn't get it so how do they know he appeals power article one will charge abuse of power by the president article two charges it with concealing evidence about how you build his power well if he conceal the evidence and abuses power to how the hell these people know all how we have used this how how good afternoon even have article one it doesn't matter they just wanted to get this done and then Aug and hours later hello she goes out and acts like the Democrats of past the new nafta bell that they've been holding up for a year your suffering what flash it makes total sense here's David in Massapequa New York great to have you as our blood your weight and height thank you rush if this is a little bit painful for me I you know I voted Democrat my parents for Democrats and I was born in sixty two and I got my driver's license and they are you know in the first place I drove to the back of a gas line if you recall that I remember yes I've been I've been fighting with this but I I stayed the course his family traditions and I I feel like a jerk I I will see you in this is I will never vote Democrat again you know I I like the ideology of the Democratic Party you know I'd like to robust welfare program and things like that but when I see what's going on right now and I and I see a you know the rules they want for program being abused by by illegal aliens come across this country and I see the debt there's so much to talk about it in in the short time that we have together that that I I I can't when the when your email came in and it said that the Democratic Party is imploding it had nothing to do with the Congress and the Senate it has to do with the people us Americans is imploding because we're losing faith in Democratic Party I for one will never ever vote Democrat again and it is the last time you did vote Democrat when's the last time you voted Democrat I voted for Obama voted for Obama hi I did I did you vote for in two thousand sixty yeah well I okay I I I I voted for kind I did find out but I I did a very very reluctantly okay that's fine I would just wanted to find out how to reset your conversion is I would love to believe everything your site and you know I have to live with the fact that anybody can call here and say look like you could be a conservative and you could be saying I've been a Democrat all my life it is making me sick and it sounds great but I just wanted to verify its best I could don't take it personally it's my job as whole Russian.
European Investment Bank to phase out fossil fuel financing
"The European investment bank said it will stop financing fossil fuel energy projects from the end of twenty twenty one as an effort to fight climate change the policy change will also see the E. I bet you prioritize lending for energy efficiency low carbon technology and great improvements and ends fossil fuel funding a year later than initially proposed environmental groups cautiously welcomed the EIB decision but warned that it contains some loopholes for some gas projects
Nike, ServiceNow and SAP CEOs play a game of musical chairs
"Soon because Tuesday morning under armor announced Kevin Plank is stepping down as CEO in January and then later in the day on Tuesday sort of late after a new Nike announced that CEO Mark Parker also stepping down in January he's going to be replaced by John Donahoe who is a Ward member at Nike he is also the CEO of Software Company called service now so he'll be he's been CEO there for nearly three years he's going to be leaving and and Bill McDermott who a couple of weeks ago stepped down or was forced out depending on which version of events you decide to believe he left sap after being CEO for nearly a decade he's now going to be the CEO service now so the musical chairs continuous. Let's let's start with Nike and shares down a little bit on the news and probably not a surprise when you consider Parker's been running this company since two thousand six and if you're a shareholder her under his tenure you have done very very well Oh yeah you're you're quite happy so parker was the second CEO at at Nike following tonight and he took over in two thousand six but there's probably been some I know there have been rumors at least that CEO succession at Nike is Being Thought About for instance three years ago after China chief Michael Sperling was promoted to President Product Marketing and that was his fifth promotion in ninety here so he's moving up the ranks pretty quickly people were wondering Oh is he being groomed as as the next successor but there was also C. C. O. exp Bronx and Brand President Trevor Edwards and the latter man gentleman especially with seen as as the primary contender but then a couple of years ago Edwards was forced out in March of two thousand eighteen amid amid allegations of inappropriate behavior and will leave it at that so Parker's a comment yes Yesterday during an interview that hey this has been months in the planning you don't do this just a couple of weeks is probably true but I'm I'm kind of wondering what the timing has to do with I mean under armor announces a plank stepping down and he says Oh maybe we want to get on that news to or is it more related to the drug doping thing that's I've been coming out and whether Parker knew about it or not and the speculation there or is it just hey today just happen to be the same day that all this other stuff was coming up yeah and and the drug doping thing that you mentioned that's a relief to Alberta Salazar coach ty did Nike over the last few weeks some stories have come out about that and then and then and the extent to which Parker knew about that so some some questions around that I find the timing fascinating because I just thought there's no way or you're going to have a very our time convincing me that this is a coincidence I mean all things being equal because Nike has been the clear leader in the category for so long and even plank has been very clear in his time at under armor you know running the company he was gunning for Nike the whole time right in most situations I would believe that under armor maybe got wind of this and they moved up their announcement and actually think in this situation I think it's the reverse I think that Nike may have just decided you know what we're gonNA announce this later this week or maybe we're we're going to tie to our earnings report you know what let's just do this right now so maybe when plank says okay I'm out in Percocet yes score column win column there we go so let's talk about Donohoe for a second I don't know a ton about him what I do We know is that his experience as an executive is very much in the tech space as I may have service now software company he was an executive at Ebay who is the CEO of EIB. Yeah the chief executive for years and made a bunch of acquisitions onto there so I think if you are a Nike shareholder again it's only down a couple of percentage points I don't think that's necessarily a knock on Donohoe I think that's more just Parker's done such a great job it's it's it's natural to see a trump a little bit but I think if you're if you're looking at the elevations donohoe it's it's with an eye towards his tech experience and Nike increasingly relying on technology to move product right and and and I think again the narrative is that that's why the White was named he has been a director for a couple of years at Nike who was the CEO of Ebay for seven eight years until Twenty fifteen is been the chairman pal he oversaw the spinoff of pay pal from Ebay but that was kind of forced upon him and Ebay by Carl ICAHN activision activision active what what's the word activism activism thank you but he's expected to come into Nike and use his tech savvy to probably continue the digital transformation that has really been driving some good results for Nike They've got their Nike plus membership they're getting being able to get more personalized in their advertising for that and they're seeing some big up responses to that and along with that awesome product tracking and inventory management a lot a lot of good things are happening with Nike from a Tech Perspective and I think Donna who's GonNa continue that maybe a better indicator Keke shareholders is what's happening with shares of service now because that's down about ten percent since it was announced go the donnas leaving let's move on to another great quarter for AAA same store sales such a crucial metric for any restaurant out there up eleven percent rent nearly two percentage points higher than expected the stock is down close to five percent today is that just because of the run that it has had to this point because it's been on an amazing tear it could be that well let me hit some of the points and then connect to that there were other numbers so cops I think that was the big I number and really kind of surprised eleven percent is huge when your restaurant seven and a half percent of that was on transactions that's more people buy more stuff three and a half percent was on average check with about two and a half of that coming from price increases last year but the fact that they're getting more digital orders and digital orders tend to be larger sized checks for that and that's the the present com is higher than what they've had all year q one ten percent Kutu now eleven present Q. Three though this little certainly make next to your harder harder to beat but that aside the digital thing is really going up they sought eighty eight percent increase in sales of digital orders and now there's like eighteen percent of total sales so that's pretty good and the rewards club is is really beginning to play into that and so they also said they're going to Open some more of there drive through and literally that's drive through you don't stop to order you just try to go and pick up pick up the stuff and that's tied into their didn't digital sales as well but why are the shares down five percent maybe it's well the the the the company's shares have had a fantastic runner up twenty percent since the any of June maybe investors saying hey that was a great quarter thank you very much and could take some money off the table maybe it's a bunch of the analyst not raising their their expectations AH bunch of analysts came out with higher price targets but nobody actually moved there from hold to outperform or market perform. to overweight or whatever the languages but you look at the job that Brian Nickel has done as CEO and Yeah quarter after quarter Cipolla has delivered under his leadership and it may be that the stock has entered that territory that we see from time to time when businesses have a great the three year run and it's essentially this was a phenomenal quarter but it wasn't perfect because now because we're greedy we wanna see you beating on everything and Radi race and guidance headed almost did meet on everything but actually I think I know why the shares were down it was announced that they're limited time Carne Asada meat product it is going to run off November so everyone's disappointed angry and where do you think and again let me just catch Thanks I don't think there's any pressure whatsoever on Brian Nichols given the job that he's done but I'm curious where you think the growth for AAA comes over the next three years because there was a point in this business history when they were doing so well with the namesake concept that people were looking to the shop house Asian cuisine concept as that's where future growth is gonNA come from we're not going to get as many locations as we have AAA but we're going to get you know a few hundred those have essentially been closed down so do they begin to resurrect some of those ideas or do you think it's just more digital more locations and finding ways to bump up the average ticket price I don't think they're going to go into other concepts quite yet of given their experience they're probably a little gun shy right there that might come down that might come to pass down the road I think they're going to push more into digital and get more people ordering in so they can just walk in and walk out and pick up their stuff that as well as the drive through what they call chip Elaine get terrible name right actually it's kind of funny but I mean reaction it's it's it's it's no worse than the estimate forces on us getting the name aside I think that's going to be a really good driver for the company and that means they can open a second product line of just fulfilling orders through that go through more digital sales and as well as having more customers come through the doors so I think that's where the growth is going to be trial various things Carne Asada apparently did very well well are they going to bring in some breakfast at some point probably so I think they're going to continue expanding what they're working on focusing on their cordial police thing and then maybe a few years down the road might start thinking about other concept's
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"EIB dot US, amazing the drive by media now understands the concept of tax cuts and tax increases. But it took terrorists and terror for with with China calms for the drive bys understand it. I'm being ironic little Arquette, they know it. It's just that since the Republicans own the mantra of tax cut since that is a Republican owned belief. Democrats don't believe in cutting taxes Republicans do and the Democrats know it so whenever the concept of tax cuts comes up, the Democrats and the media have to destroy it as they did the latest round Trump tax cuts two years ago. They started a year and a half ago. They've they've. Story up to story lying after lying after lying about how the tax cuts. Didn't mean anything. They were going gonna get you any additional money ever gonna cost you money because they want about it. But sense terrorists are not thought of tax cuts for taxes creases, period. At least in the vernacular. The drive bys are free to tell the truth about them. It's just it's it's a teachable moment. It's an instructive moment to see how the drive bys deal with things because the bottom line is anything and everything that can harm Republicans. They will do it. This this whole Muller thing, you realize there's there's nothing an I'm blue in the face over this. But this illustrates the point this was never an investigation. This has been a political operation from before it began this entire thing has been a fate. It's been an effort to make people think that it was a deep investigation involving the greatest of intelligence agencies trying to track down David approve Donald Trump colluded with Russia. In fact, it's never been anything. But a purely political upper this and the reason at a lot of people starting to come to this belief. I'm glad to see it. You know, people who for two years have an analyzing this as a legal matter as an investigative as a counter intelligence matter. And then analyzing it as such even breaking it down and trying to explain it to people as such have finally after enough time has passed figure out that there was nothing about this other than the criminal Justice system has now been weaponized by the American left. It's been politicized and corrupted, and that's why they're all these investigations going on to find out what really happened the inspector general in bars on investigation because the left the Washington established, whatever you wanna call them politicize, the DOJ, they politicized the intelligence apparatus, they intelligence is or. Politicized, the FBI, and they weaponized all these things as weapons to be used against a Republican president and his party. What's the same thing here when you have tax cuts? That's something that is specifically tied to Republicans. Therefore, it's got to be destroyed. The whole concept of tax cuts has to be destroyed. They don't work. They are lie your taxes don't really get cut. You don't end up with any more money. Republicans are doing what they always do. They say they are lying. But now here comes tariffs on China and the child calms have responded tariffs on us. Now, all of a sudden, the drive-bys can't wait to tell you the truth about this. Two hours or so ago. Chye coms announced. They're going to increase tariffs on about sixty billion dollars worth of US goods. That news is the latest excuse to drive the stock market down through the floor. Never mind. It's going to have a minimal effect on the economy given that sixty billion dollars is such a small number CHAI comes are also threatening to start cashing, treasuries and cashing. They will never do. Well, I don't wanna say never. But that's that's just the threat. It is time to hang with with Trump on this. He's absolutely doing the right thing. It's why I spent two days last week informing everybody of what the Trump tresident presidency is really all about, and it is reordering this world order established after World War Two that basically had us getting our pockets pick because we won because we were the lone superpower. So we had to go out of our way to prove we didn't threaten anybody to go out of our way to prove. We wouldn't want had to go out of our way to prove that we really nice guys, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, and it led to a series of unfair. Economic and trade arrangements and Trump has been talking about the unfairness of China's trade since the nineteen nineties, by the way. So he's totally consistent is. But the comms have decided to increase tariffs at about sixty billion dollars worth of US. Good say small number when compared to the totality of the United States GDP, and a reason number is so low as because the CHAI com checkups import so few US goods putting tariffs on goods, they import, but they import so few and so little that it really is an insignificant number is more a statement, a political statements that Tchaikovsky standing Ohio. Oh, yeah. You're going to change us arrangements. So that it's not unfair to you find. Well, we'll we'll hit you back. It's a game of all right now that's going on. We on the other hand in this little express the difference. We import close to four hundred billion dollars. Worth of calm products. They import an infinite Tessema Lee small percentage of that. Anyway. Up until the time that Trump raised the tariffs on the child calms last year. China had numbers are hard to follow on radio. But do your best China had a ten percent tariff on all US goods while our tariff on Chinese goods was four percent. Now, a lot of people think that these tariffs are brand new that there weren't any tariffs until Trump Kim, no books. One of my point last week. It has been an unfair arrangement for decades. China had a ten percent tariff on all US goods while our tariffs on Chinese goods was four percent was like that for decades. There was no outrage from the drive by media. There was no outrage from the Washington establishment because they're the ones that put the deal together. Donald Trump is the one who noticed it. Trump did not start this again. Even after Trump increase the tariffs on Chinese goods to ten percent. Our tariffs were still lower than what the CHAI calms had on our goods. It's not like Trump started a trade war as we've said for months now, folks, Trump is just finally addressing the trade war. China has been waging on us for decades. What else would you call it? They import very little of what we produce and what they do import. They slap massive tariffs on. Meanwhile, we import gobs stuff from them. We don't have hardly any tariffs until now on any of that led to a five hundred billion dollar annual trade deficit with the cons. This is what Trump means when he says are stupid leaders were giving them five hundred billion dollars a year. This is where the figure comes from. And we set that up. As part of a world order, and it was it was the same way we've dealt with member nations in NATO, and in other international economic and trade agreements, we agreed to take it on the chin. At you. Look why you're shouting at me. Why would why would anybody do this? You understand? You have to understand that the not just the liberal mind. You have to understand the establishment and elite mind, and by that I mean, the people who believe they run the country and many have not elected there. Just titans of this or that many of them in the State Department, and it is in. It's all rooted in the idea that it just isn't stable if the world only has one superpower, even if it's because in these people's minds, we are not necessarily the good guys. And that's really the root. I you may have forgotten this Madeleine Albright. When she was the secretary of state for slick willy. When the Berlin Wall came down. She fretted over it. She was very distressed, you know, why because with the Soviet Union imploding, it left the United States as the single superpower in the world, and that made the world in their stupid view on stable because if you don't have the concept of the United States is the good guys. Then you can see the world that way, we're the only superpower. And therefore the world is unstable and in their minds the world was unstable because we become an instant threat because of our singular superpower status. But if nobody's out there, presenting the United States solution to the world's problems if nobody's out there presenting United States as the good guys. And they don't. I remember during the Obama administration CHAI conscience and trade negotiators over and the trade negotiators from the calms would say things like you'll get no business telling us to run for look at your civil rights abuses. U N slavery. You had this you have that. And the Obama negotiators. Agreed. So we have no right to enforce a moral penalty or a moral behavior on the child comes. We have no right to enforce a fair deal dealing with China because we do have our own baggage. And this is that was not exclusive to a bomb that that is the attitude of the. Whatever you call it administrative state, the Washington establishment. And by the way to give you further evidence of this. I went back because I knew I had seen this New York Times October seventeen twenty sixty is one of the reasons why Catherine I wrote the rush revere time travel adventures with. Brave American series. Incredible Americans the headline of this New York Times story is one of their big Sunday. News features why we still care about America's founders. Why we still care as though maybe some people don't, and it's and listen to the way it starts. There's a lot to dislike about the founding fathers. There's a lot to dislike about the war. They and others fought for American independence, the stirring assertion that all created equal did not, of course. Apply to five hundred thousand black slaves. Nor was it. Valid for native Americans women or indigence. Those who remained loyal to the British crown even fence stragglers stepped of armed rebellion were often subjected to dreadful treatment, including public shaming. This is what the founders did Porcher exile execution in a defensive war waged for liberty and to secure basic rights, the Americans invaded tentative in an effort to win by force of arms. What could not be one go? She this is just three years ago two and a half years ago. The New York Times has a story that basically confirms what I have been trying to get people to believe for the longest time. The American left does not like this country. Does not believe any of these original sins part of our founding can ever be fixed can never be corrected because they are permanent which is what then gives them in their minds the right and the requirement. It to a sensually attack this country and to transform it to remake it. And so now, we have this socialist movement of young the lentils. And it's all rooted in the fact that the American founding was so deeply flawed and dishonest. This headline would be more accurate. If it said, why do we still care about America's founders because they get savaged straight? It's a long story. I had the staple it together. It's so many pages..
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