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Episode 351 - Angrily Ignoring Misinformation About It

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Episode 351 - Angrily Ignoring Misinformation About It

"Eighth Year Stone ads episode three fifty one angrily ignoring misinformation about it. A podcast. You're about to listen to includes cursing and talking about who has please advised. Welcome to another episode of atheists nomads. I am Dustin and I am coming at you from studio is in the bedroom Studio A in our living room is currently torn apart and there are some cables that I'm GONNA need for the the new setup that are on order right now with the shutdown in social distancing and everything those are pretty well delayed like Might be getting them boy sometime next month and I ordered the more than a week ago. So we're going to be rearranging to wear the computer that's been doing most of the audio work. Plus the big interface That's all going to be going into the TV in the living room. The the new one we got a couple of months ago Fifty inch four. K. TV BUILT-IN ROKU get an amazing deal on it. So really pleased about that. And Yeah we're GONNA pipe through a really long. Hdmi cable the computer into that. Which will make live streams really cool to just sit on the couch and see it all on the TV and when we do interviews we can do video interviews and actually see them Easily if it's me and Lauren or more people we can all see everybody so that should be really pretty cool. I'm I'm looking forward to getting that setup but again it's going to take a little while and a probably a month and a half ago. I set up a desk in the bedroom. Could get a place where I could get a behind closed door to try to work on schisms and has become my Home Office for working from home and it is set up as a secondary studio. I I still need to get some sound treatment on the walls so hopefully it's not too terribly bad right now we will. We will see how this all sounds in the long run and limited testing. I've done before. It seemed okay using the old interface for this and and Mike so the sound should all be pretty familiar. Otherwise settings are all about the same That's getting way too into the weeds. I'm frankly getting kind of tired of of the whole stay at home and shelter in place and we all are. This is one of those things where we need to. Just buck up and deal with it. It sucks but it's important to make sure that people don't needlessly die because right now people are needlessly dying and there are some people who are not willing to buck up and deal with it such as a local ammon Bundy who you may recall from the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. A few years back. He led an armed insurrection against the United States government. Seizing Federal Land and destroying any artifacts and has his. Most recent thing was a defiant Easter gathering near his home in Emmett Idaho where he was hoping to get a thousand people. Together in. Defiance of the governor's shelter in place order. Yeah he was hoping to get one thousand people you WANNA guess with. The real count was sixty. Yeah he got sixty people. He also didn't run out a big space research. Nope just used a warehouse that he owns on the edge of town out of these sixty people about half when asked by. Diego Rodriguez a pastor who spoke at the event when he asked who was from out of state but half rose their hands after the event or before even During the event the people were hugging and shaking hands. Nobody wore masks or any other protective gear. There were tons of most of the vehicles. There were pickups. A LOT OF THEM HAD AMERICAN. Flags mounted some had bumper stickers promoting the three percenters militia and somebody at the entrance blow a show far which is a horn made from a horn that you blow that is actually a type of Goat Horn. It is at least loosely based on a old Jewish horn talked about in the Bible but has been taken over by Christians especially the Jews for Jesus and Masonic Jewish groups and now the Patriot movement. Which has a anti-federal movement that seeks to overthrow the federal government and replace it with a libertarian theocracy? Which of course it would be a complete oxymoron. The the pastor there the event He did say during it Quote they'll speak all manner of evil against you. They'll say that you were just trying to bring attention to yourself. They say they'll say that you are trying to destroy other people's freedoms because if you go outside and you breathe someone might die. Yes they are ammon. Bundy was just trying to bring attention to himself. The people gathering are just trying to bring attention to themselves. They have been promoting themselves in as an anti federal movement. They are actively opposing. The state government and Idaho has one of the most conservative state governments out there. One of the most liber- Libertarian state. Governments out there. And they're opposing it too so no they they are just anti-government and anybody who's truly anti-government doesn't get it like even anarchists. Some kind of government. I don't know what they're really hoping to replace the government with but obviously it's not just getting rid of the central government man. It's pretty crazy One thing that the Bundy said at the event was I think it's bad enough and our rights are infringed upon enough will physically stand in defence in whatever way we need to. I believe that is specifically what Governor Brad. Little was talking about with a hose shelter in place order when he said that he doesn't want to have to enforce it but he has activated the National Guard and will use it if he needs to. They're bringing people from out of state and outside of the little town of Emmett to an event with more than ten people to potentially spread Govett. Nineteen either from Idaho to these other states or from these other states and to the town of 'em and win. The governor threatened the use of the National Guard. That was I know. At least I interpreted as stopping travel across regions like stopping people needlessly traveling from state from out of state to say a fucking Easter event in Im- it. It's not like they're going to be having the immaturity festival this year. Kentucky has mandatory shelter. Kentucky has a similar shelter in place and advance of Easter actually two days before Easter. Good Friday governor. Andy Bashir warned that anybody who violated the stay at home order on Easter knowing that there were numerous churches threatening to ignore the order also acknowledging that while most churches and every single synagogue and mosque in the state at shut down for this time there were some that weren't and he said that anybody who went to one of them would be subject to a fourteen day mandatory self corn team with police recording license plates and sending health officials to in person place all of these people and their households on quarantine. What actually happened ended up being at least that one church Maysville baptist. Church had a full house. At least it looked like it from the parking lot Which As a general rule of thumb churches considered full when the parking lot is eighty percent full. That's when people start. Stop showing up and just drive by so yeah. If it appeared to be near near full house it was full and that was despite a heavy police presence and even some nails blocking the parking lot entrances a church member who arrived beforehand Remove the piles of of nails and they ignored. The police warnings and signs and then they police went. Oh and some people even covered up license points To make us so the police wouldn't be able to record their license plate numbers so then. The police took down license plates when they could and the numbers when they couldn't and again everyone who attended lease. Let me phrase it. The owners of the vehicles that were in the parking lot during the event and everyone else living at their address are now quarantined for fourteen days. How fucking selfish can you get like if you can? You can hope that. In each of those cases everyone in the household attended And you didn't have. People need needlessly getting quarantined. Or at least everybody's getting quarantine due to no fault of their own but that's not likely with the Baptist Church but if there was anybody in attendance who had a roommate who is a devout Christian. Yeah that sucks. You need to pick your pick your roommates better. If you're in that situation and in Virginia Bishop Gerald Glenn of Richmond's new deliverance Evangelistic Church said at one of his. Actually I believe is that his last service he attended on March twenty second quote. I firmly believe that God is larger than the dreaded virus. You can quote me on that. He happily announced that he was being controversial violating safety rules at way more than ten people in attendance and then he was diagnosed with Kovic nineteen and has now died his wife's also sick with over nineteen and according to their daughter early on her father dismissed his symptoms because he has some other health condition that often leads to fevers and infections. I'M GONNA GUESS DIABETES. And so she ignored that he nord that apparently ignoring that diabetes and and or any other health disorder that negatively impacts your immune system but she would increase risk of severe complications from Cova nineteen including death. He firmly believed that God is larger than the dreaded virus the virus that killed him. So let's turn to misinformation removing from people ignoring it to misinformation about it and around it. The Reuters institute at the University of Oxford in England reviewed two hundred cove nineteen related claims. That had been rated either. False misleading by the fact checking organization first draft news. And what they found was that fifty nine percent of all claims were reconfigured. Only thirty eight percent were completely fabricated. Now that is that is really disturbing. That they found thirty. Eight percent of those were literally completely made up but the majority of them were reconfigured. Meaning they took actual information and twisted one example and one of the more common ones they saw it had to do with the instability of the virus at high temperatures. So the the claim they're making is that the Sun will kill it at twenty seven degrees Celsius and according to preliminary studies which again at this point. We only have preliminary studies. The virus does become unstable at high temperatures and the higher the temperature the less stable it is that is true that temperatures above seventy degrees Celsius. That is seven zero degrees Celsius so a mere twenty seven degree Celsius does not harm it like when you put it in the Oh yeah the subtle killer that twenty seven degree Celsius. Well then. Yeah if you're outside on a warm day then you're fine. No that is not even close a yeah would also that that twenty seven degrees Celsius number would also be one. That would be really something. People are optimistic of in hopes that it will die off in the summer or at least I down in the summer. But if his stable up to seventy degrees Celsius then no summer won't impact and just going outside does not protect you at all. Yeah seventy degrees Celsius higher than the temperatures you get in death valley the desert of Iran or Sudan that recently had the new contenders for highest temperature. You don't find seventy degrees Celsius. There's also some concern. They had that. Maybe there was some some deep fakes where they're using Audio and video manipulation through Artificial intelligence to tweak things into people saying stuff they weren't and they didn't find any evidence that that was actually happening. This was all all of this information was being produced the old fashioned way with people. Tweaking stuff editing audio and video to take things out of context rather than actually using a I to change the video and audio and this is just simple cuts. They found most of the false claims. Were focused on public health authority actions about forty percent of them a lot of these related to the World Health Organization and UN. They also found a lot of them. Were around five G. Because there is a conspiracy out there. The Five G. is what is spreading the virus as if electromagnetic radiation non ionizing electromagnetic radiation is spreading a virus. That is not how physics works. It's it's it's radio waves. We have radio waves. We've had radio waves for one hundred years. They don't spread viruses five. G. is just more radio waves again. We have radio waves lots of them and they also found that public figures are critical in the spread of this misinformation about twenty percent of them were spread by prominent figures like celebrities and politicians. And because of these people's significant reach they got seventy percent of the total engagement despite only being twenty percent of the false post and they also acknowledged that most of this isn't being spread by bad actors. It's just people who are coming across. That are ignorantly sharing misinformation thinking that it is good and that it will help somebody else and if we want to get a little deeper into one of those types of misinformation. Pew Research Center did a survey looking into Americans beliefs about the origin of Cova nineteen and they found across all. Us adults that forty three percent believed that it came out naturally only forty three percent. Twenty-three percent believe that it was intentionally developed in a laboratory. Six percent believe it was accidentally developed in a laboratory and twenty. Five percent. Aren't sure so. Nearly thirty percent of people in the US believe that somebody created Kobe. Nineteen in a lab and depending on who you talk to. It's either the. Us government created it to make China. Look bad. China created it to make Donald Trump look bad or the deep stage with secret. Democrats in the American bureaucracy created it and put it in China to spread to the US to make trump look back. Now this came about completely naturally a where it gets even more interesting. When you start digging into the the the demographics on who believe what about it is there some interesting things that that show up for. One men and women are roughly equally likely to believe that it was made in a thirty percent of men. Twenty nine percent of women. Men are more likely to be confident that it came about naturally whereas women are more likely to be not sure with forty six percent of men believing it came about naturally compared to forty one percent of women and twenty eight percent of women believing or not being sure compared to twenty two percent of men white people are the most likely to believe that came about naturally at fifty percent whereas blacks are coming in at twenty one percent and Hispanics at thirty five percent. Hispanics are the most likely to believe it was made in the lab at thirty nine percent whereas blacks are most likely to be not sure at forty one percent. If you look at age demographics the eighteen to twenty nine group is the least likely to believe it came about naturally the least likely to not be sure Andy. Most likely to believe it was created in the lab at thirty five percent whereas those over sixty five are the most likely to believe it came about naturally. That's fifty one percent and the least likely it was made in a lab at twenty one percent education's a big factor with college educated people being sixty one percent sure that it came about naturally compared to only thirty one percent for people with a high school diploma or less and Republicans are less likely than Democrats to believe that it came about naturally and a lot more likely than Democrats to believe is made in the lab so if you are a white male over the age of sixty five with a college degree or higher who is a liberal in votes democratic. You're most likely to believe the truth about this. And if you are a Hispanic in your twenties with a high school diploma or less who votes Republican? You are the most likely to believe it's was created in a lab and that really goes to show how much younger people don't trust. The government and less educated people tend to not trust science as much as more educated people and that thirty four to thirty nine percent of Republican and leaning Republican. Those numbers are those are the diehard trump supporters who believe anything that makes trump look bad was intentionally created to make trump look bad and right now the. Us government is actively engaged in a lot of very anti Hispanic practices actively targeting Hispanics and Latinos as dangerous other. So it makes sense that they'd be more likely to not trust the official narrative and the history of of black people with medicine in the United States has been really really ugly for really long time which is tragic for the historic abuses and tragic for the poor health outcomes for basically every thing for black people in the United States including Cova Nineteen. And it's so just so sad that this is something incredibly serious and yet there's a whole lot of misinformation being spread and I hate to say it. But Russia and China are actively trying to promote the spread of misinformation around Cova nineteen to destablizing United States and part of Russia's plan is to turn blacks and Hispanics against each other and against whites and to turn young against old and Republicans against Democrats and. It looks like their efforts might be working for a good example on the actual science on this This particular strain was first discovered in two thousand thirteen in bats. Well there are more current viruses which there are forms of the common cold that are corona viruses that have been around for a long time and are pretty benign and then there are current viruses like SARS and merce and Cova nineteen which is also known as SARS cove to and they have found additional strains in wild bats in Myanmar They captured wild bats and did rectal oral swabs and collected some Guano samples and checked for Colonel Viruses and they found three novel Alpha Current. Oh viruses three novel Beta Krona viruses one known Alpha Kurna virus and these novel one sees would be ones that haven't been identified before that's what novel means in this case. It is new. It's not known it's not SARS it's not Cova. Nineteen is not murders. And it's not the common cold these are new strains that we also don't have immunity to there are more this. They are spreading. They are making the cross from bats into an mostly bats into humans and nobody is making it in the lab There is some some decent evidence that part of what has been spreading this at least with SARS and and cove nineteen is the the wet markets with live wildlife in China which they are looking at trying to shut down they are trying to shut them down pretty poorly but one of the reasons for the existence of those wet markets is for traditional Chinese medicine. Which isn't traditional. It's something that was created as part of now it's cultural revolution and China is promoting traditional Chinese medicine as misnamed as it is as a treatment for covert nineteen. Since they don't they're still aren't good treatments for it and the resources available to try to keep people live while they try to fight it off are pretty limited and this particular treatment. China is promoting requires for part of its cocktail bear bile and their environmental groups in Malaysia. That are sounding the alarm that this could lead to the extinction of the Malaysian Sun. Bear There are poachers going around collecting the bears phrase that they're poachers going around killing the bears to harvest their bile to ship to China to be turned into traditional Chinese medicine and so even though the bears may not be dying of Kobe nineteen they are dying because of it fucking China seriously for one last story. I do WanNa talk about the news. George Pell was Catholic Cardinal. He was convicted of child sex abuse from his time as a priest and sentenced to prison. he was the highest ranking member of the Catholic Church to ever be charged and also to ever be convicted and the Australian High Court unanimously overturned his conviction on all five counts They cited in in their ruling They said in their ruling quotes. The jury ought to have entertained a doubt as to the applicants guilt with respect to each of the offenses for which he was convicted and order that the convictions be quashed and at the verdict of acquittal. Be entered in their place They one of the things they they they questioned was that he was convicted. On the evidence of one man the five counts. Were all about two boys. Getting raped repeatedly by PELLE EIGHTIES. And one of the men committed suicide in two thousand fourteen so he wasn't able to testify and this was before any allegations were made so it was just the one man testifying to this happening and there was no physical evidence again. It was from the eighties. So there's no physical evidence left and the jury found that testimony to be convincing and quickly reached the unanimous guilty verdict. But the High Court didn't think that a single witness thirty years later was sufficient and it is really easy to get angry about this Another priests getting let off the hook for raping children but on the other hand one. Victim's testimony thirty years later. This is a really tricky one. Where whether you rape one person or you rape multiple you're guilty of rape and should be sent to prison for it and especially if you're raping children. It often takes a lot of time for them to mature and process through it and decide that it's time to report it so some extra allowances need to be made and it's really sucks when people killed themselves possibly because of that abuse but for legal system. Do we really want people going to prison on accusations from a single person from thirty years ago with no physical evidence. I don't have an answer to that. But if you're angry about this I think that's something worth considering. We got some feedback from Randy via youtube to episode three fifty five slave stream. Couple days after the fact love your content and we'll support whatever changes you come up with so thank you randy definitely do plan on continuing with content and right now. There's just a lot of news that has been really irritating me and I felt the need to yell. No microphone about it. So hopefully you will. You will continue to enjoy me yelling into a microphone. And like one of the you know the podcast. One of the ways of looking at it throughout the entire length that has been going on has been me having conversations with people and it's it's time for me to be to get comfortable with having a conversation directly with the listeners. And I'm I'm working on getting better with that and I. I think I'm doing pretty well. So let me know if you what you think but yeah I think I'm I'm getting better at that and from colleen via twitter. She's at Sea Rose Jay on twitter at atheist. Nomads listened episode. Three forty seven Boorda Tele is a yearly vaccine is not always commonly given though. This was not something I was aware of. She knows because she works in pet care and they do that one routinely for pets so yup. That's definitely something to talk to your veterinarian about if you have if you have pets that's going to wrap it up for this episode. I don't think I'll be getting another one out this week. But if you want to support the show you can find out how atheists dumb as dot com slash donate and if you WANNA contact us like Randy and colleen you can comment or tweet or send US messages or comments on facebook. Don't do facebook. I don't check it very often. The feedback form on the website and the email address contact atheist dot com are usually best. Twitter works pretty well too. I get emails when with from Youtube comment. So that also works. Well we love. We love feedback so keep that up and remember. Not all those who wander are lost. 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208: Making a BiG Splash in the Backyard Pool Industry... by using Shipping Containers! | Paul Rathnam of ModPools

"Is it true that you're making twice the manager. Think that he and kelly said they fired me. Okay okay guys just so you. All no decision has been made. Seems like everybody has an opinion. So who else anybody. I just want for once a smart professional decisive. Well hung man in his forties. Hey okay fine. The guy with a tiny penis. Are you happy. Let's hire that guy. She may have a point. There would a small penis work. Not for the manager of this podcast. Don't stay there people leave. That's what that's so at. That time was twelve guys doing really well and then i had a really bad accident at work which changed my life completely. I remember my grade five or six teacher telling my mom. Just lower your expectations for paul. He's probably going to be a janitor. Bus driver. I gave him a call. Met him for coffee at a cheap diner. What's the name of the diner. Oh it's ihop. If you guys are listening. I apologize for calling your cheap diner. Inexpensive diner with quality food in great service at a great price. I've been a fan for a long time. I hope it shows with my support in the fact that i really look forward to your podcast every week and that's genuine. I get a lot out of it. And i think for me. It's not just the content but it is really nice to hear from other people in similar positions that are trying to make it in business in here their struggles to me that real life approach of your interview has been really the most impactful to me because i feel like i'm hearing from peers and of course some of these people are way over my level of course but i just think there's something to learn from everyone and you don't have an agenda where you're pumping some business guru demand. I appreciate those kind words. I'll just leave that in the interest. That's okay yeah no for sure. Because you've been my number one supporter from the get-go so i do appreciate that if anyone else was listening and they're kind of on the fence maybe they can actually hear from somebody else like you. Who's part of because really. That's what i need is more members in order to keep it going to be honest. you know. yeah. I think. I'm kind of surprised that i'm a big supporter because i just don't feel like i'm supporting that much. I support a hundred dollars a month. And i feel like that is kind of weak to be honest. I just feel like anybody with a business out. There should be paying it forward to some extent and that could be in your community that should be in a wide range of things especially with something. Like what you're doing. I get a lot of value for for me. It's worth one hundred dollars in one hundred bucks for being honest about it with a business is really very little and so i think i'd like to challenge other business owners to i know you've your tiers of membership. I get that. But i think a business owner for what they're getting from. What you do should at least one hundred dollars a month. that's my spiel on. I think people should support what you're doing more. And i think if people realize i ask you a lot of questions the last time round like. How do you gain financially from this. How are you supported by the podcast. And i came to realize that you're kind of like a starving artist out there. You've got a passion for what you're doing but you're not rolling in dollars over there like it's a tough go leaving a good paying career like you had and i think anyone that started a business can appreciate how hard it is to. Just leave the safe place and go to the unknown and sell my little hundred dollars a month. Honestly i feel like is probably second. Do well again. Yeah thank you for that for me to keep doing it is. I have to keep growing membership. Because i can't discount on sponsors because that didn't really work out once covid hit so hopefully sponsors are coming back but if i wanna do it long term i mean. I have to go the membership. I can't reliance monsters anymore. I think people that are listening on gaining and to me you're going above and beyond you're putting people together and i've listened to the patriots on podcasts. That have the group calls. These people are getting crazy value for what you're asking from them. Which is very little. I think if people can appreciate what they're getting here maybe they would value it more and support you better. Thanks again yet. I'll say when we're thinking then we'll go ahead and get started with your stories yet. Even on my last group called with seth bacon on the call he was giving direct contact information to people to help them out and it was like two and a half hours of like a. I know somebody who can actually help you with your business. Here's her contact and fill and putting them in touch with people especially if you're getting started off with the business and you're not part of the patron group is like these people on these calls are trying to help put you in direct contact people. They know again. Appreciate the kind words so we ready to get started with your episode here. Yeah let's do it man. let's break into it. You're the guru of questions you got a great interview style. So i don't wanna run over you with a bunch of content so i'm gonna try to let you like if we're dancing little dance we're gonna have. I'm gonna let you leave the dance. Which is hard for me. Because i'm type a personality. So yeah what a gentleman will if you could go ahead and get started and tell us your name your age in your location and then tell us a little bit about your business. We'll get going. Yeah so my name. Is paul rodman. And i'm forty one years old and i live in a town called abbotsford bc just british columbia canada and abbotsford for people probably won't know abbotsford is about forty five minutes east of vancouver. I was just looking on a map. That's what i'd like to do with everybody. Try to figure that out so vancouver's on the very west part. Yeah and people that aren't from canada. Probably need to know that. I think it's ninety percent of canadians. Live within hundred miles of the border between canada and the us. Some of the population lives down to the southern part of canada. There's not a whole lot of population when she get hundred miles out so if you look at it like that it's a long strip because it goes from the west coast to try to an east coast but yeah we are very close and very in touch with the us and that's our commodity base country which has a lot of export. So that's how the relationship works. And so what your company. Yes so my company's mod pools march of two companies maude pro and maud. Pools mod pro was basically the first company. I started one of the first and then out of that evolved maude cools. What are those with tomato mud. Pools mod pro row quick mud pro started modifying shipping containers into all sorts of different structures so office space commercial space industrial mining. Labs just odd myriad of things. We build bathrooms that are portable. The only thing we really don't do is housing because it comes with immense amount of red tape and we're just did not so we kind of do everything else with containers so that's called out the mother company. That's the one that's been around since two thousand ten and then mod fools was an offshoot of that kind of was a harebrained idea after a few drinks in palm springs. Until how big's your company and what's revenue right now. We've got fifty three employees. And as of september thirtieth fiscal year end. We did just a bit over sixteen million and so. Did you ever think you have a company the size no no man. No no no no. I'm playing with the casinos money. I've been playing with the casinos long time ago. I mean there's just not a chance that. I think it would have come to this and got this big and still have a lot of runway. That's the crazy part like we're just getting started. Really in industry have casinos in canada. They do they're actually some lingering caves and some of them aren't igli so the eagles are better though. Apparently they pay better. Yeah thanks for giving us the numbers here. And i think it just helps everyone understand when we're listening like you said there's all different types of businesses and business owners have on. I guess before we go and dive into detail zero little bit more. I'm just curious. What is it like living in canada. Well i'm a bit biased. I think the greatest place on earth. I've done a lot of traveling. Fortunately with laud pools have been able to travel most the us. But what's so unique about canada's were so multicultural so my dad immigrated to canada in the mid sixties from sir lanka and he brought with him a suitcase. Basically a guarantee for job in general motors company which is in a carburetor plant. Back in the day. I'll cut that choice to but just to say that he landed here and was like wow. This is the land of opportunity so living in canada has a lot of opportunity. It has a lot of multiculturalism and the climate actually quite mild. We only get a few weeks on the west coast here of snow per year and a few weeks of negative temperatures. Otherwise it's pretty mild what it does do a lot as you can imagine living on the coast of any country. Is it rains a lot. We're in a rainforest so you gotta just accept that it's gonna be wet often and i my kids all the time like head. It's raining i'm like it's just water. It's no big deal. Let's get out there and go play. So that's just a little bit about living in the vancouver area and from there. Do you want to go ahead and you real back to when you start your business or before that i think is kind of interesting. Maybe you could just pick up white. Both your parents moved to canada. Yes so my dad moved here from sir lanka and my mom is from manitoba which is a few provinces east and they met in vancouver and got married so that was an interesting time because my dad passed on a few years ago but he was very dark skinned and my mom is very white blonde hair so they got a bit of you know. They were in an interesting time in the sixties. The wasn't so accepted to have that kind of marriage so they grew up with some challenge. They got married in that. Challenging time into the seventies ended out so yeah just a very interesting so a lot of times. People think i'm adopted because i'm wide looking and my brother and sister was kind of more half brown. I guess issue if something so anyway. I don't know if that answers that is interesting. You said your dad mood for a job. Did he get paid a lot. More moving here and your mom had earned too. Yeah yeah so what happened is my dad sailed on a gospel ship for seven years in the indian ocean and the oceans around indonesia in the i think the average person on that boat lasted about two weeks because it was such horrible conditions as an old mining vessel back in world war two. They used to use wooden hulled boats because the minds wouldn't attached to them and they would sweep with these big nets and catch the minds and they blow up behind them so this was kind of a leftover ship from that and my dad's sailed on that basically giving first aid and help to little tribes and communities and spreading the gospel he's christian and the christian vote and so he did that for seven years and then went back to circa after seven years and then had this opportunity and there was a job share program so a person from canada would go to sir lanka work and go to candidate and they would trade as this program existed. So that's how he ended up here and so he got out of preaching christianity and got into a job did he say ford or attorney. Gm actually jim okay. Close the gm plant. But he never really. That was the job was just a means to come and preach the gospel and he never gave up so he was a pastor of a church. As long as i can remember in involved in the ministry. So i grew up in a few of a church essentially because we were always at your so he planted. Churches started churches in whether there was building that we had or whether it was in our living room. My parents were always ministering and preaching what came with. That was actually a crazy lifestyle because my parents really didn't value earthly possessions much and they gave just about everything they could away so that was an interesting childhood. Like we'd come home from school. I remember and the couch begun. It'd be like where's the couch like. Oh you know brothers zone so that just moved to town in. They're struggling so we brought them some groceries and game our couch and was like what you know so we just get used to the card begun at often come home and my mom is taking our groceries out of the fridge and packing them up to give to somebody and these are people in people in church ministry. But there's not a lot of money. I mean podcasting. Slim churchmen history super slam. 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That's linked in dot com slash millionaire to post the job for free terms and conditions apply. Yeah so as you grew up where you just thinking. Hey i wanna have a career business. Where i don't you know you can still give but not give everything away where i living the same lifestyle. Yeah exactly so. I actually kinda followed suit as i grew up. I definitely realized that. I didn't wanna live poor and my parents would not describe themselves as poor so monmouth. You're listening. i get it. They don't believe that's not their mentality. But i wanted more for sure. And i quickly realized that started working for my uncle who was a big part of my life growing up in an inventor an amazing guy but i started working for him when i was like thirteen in pushing wheelbarrows full of concrete and working streaming heart is a thirteen year old kid and i realized that hold on i can work hard. I can get ahead and that was kind of my first realization to that now the other thing. That kind of ensue was. I grew up with some learning disabilities was diagnosed early in school and then throughout school really struggled with reading with writing. Comprehension was really high and my problem solving was really high so i got tested all the time. That couldn't figure out there. You know they wanted to put me in a special needs box. But i excelled in some areas quite so i was above average and then i was super below in in some other areas self growing up going through school with really challenging. It was really hard to get on the short bus and go to a special school to three times a week. It's hard and you're the guy that gets on the short bus. I mean no one wants to be. The guy gets short bus but that was a really hard for me and it really affected myself steam. It was just challenging like any anytime. The test scores are posted on the back of the class. I was always on the bottom. Like i was just always there so i think you'd give up at a point when you're trying really hard and you're failing all the time you just started giving up on yourself so i doing that and just started to have a bad attitude and combine that with being poor not doing well in school struggling really bad it was challenging challenging for sure. So what kind of save me. I think was sports because as athletic guide and realize it at the time. But i was kind of above average restrengthen being an athlete. So i started really doing well in gym class. And then my gym you like. Hey you should join the wrestling team. So join the wrestling team and really do really well and that kind of like was the first time a life that i started to get a win in life. We all need to have a win because a win is just so feel so good. And when you're used to losing all the time you get used to losing and to get a win just like manama's just like shot of heroin just wake up man. It felt so good. So i started winning and i started really applying myself to sports in school. And that's what really kinda gave me the confidence. That i could do something. I can accomplish something. So i don't know if at all i know i'm going on a bit. I don't know if that makes sense. No it does. I mean my winds new patriot members. So hopefully we'll get some of those during this call so they diagnose you with. Yeah so the problem is is they couldn't nail it down the couldn't figure it out. I wasn't dyslexic and to all the way to grade seven. So great seven at the time that was the transition between elementary school. In highschool there is no middle school. So i remember migrate seven teacher pulling me in and saying. Hey paul. it's the end of the year. All your friends are going into high school. I wanna talk to you about that. He's like this year. You did nothing. It did no homework. You didn't really barely learn anything. You know you test out great for reading level so really you should stay here. But you're just a really nice guy. And i'm gonna put you through to grade eight so good luck. I just feel like i should do this for so that was really kind of interesting conversation. So he's basically kicked me integrate. A i got a great for reading level. They're not sure what's wrong with me. They're not sure why can't learn the other kids learn so anyway. I don't know if that answers what was wrong with me. I don't think anybody knows what's wrong with me. And i don't even know what's wrong with me still to this day. I just learn differently. I learned really differently now. It's made me an expert in my field. I'm very exceptional. My job and i've been able to build companies and be extremely innovative in my problem. Solving skills are off the charts. I think i'm trying to put my own tires. But that's what makes me great at what i do. That's my superpower. So all i had to do is just get through the reading writing the learning part of school but i didn't look back after high school. I barely graduated. I was in a position where i got to have a tutor in my final exams and she happened to be a girl that liked me was kind of cute. So i'm not gonna say for sure but there's a good chance that she wrote a good part of my final exams. I graduated but did i really graduate. Adam it's debatable. But i got through high school and all i needed was just a kick that back and move forward and once i did that i never looked back and i started working really really hard so you graduated in ninety five or ninety six ninety seven. Okay sorry ninety eight oh lord yes sir at graduate ninety eight or it's a long time ago. Nineteen ninety eight graduate high school with honors. How old are you. I was seventeen years old. okay. I didn't know if they like holding back at all at any point or anything. Oh sorry. I did skip that. So great one and this is part of the compounding learning problems so my mom home schooled me in grade one and blessed my mom. She's not a great teacher and she would tell you that i don't know why she home schooled us but she home school. This is a great christian. Plan there. But i think she quickly gave up on that and then i went to great to and grade to. They're like you're in the wrong class. You don't know anything so you should go ahead and get back to great one. Try that again. So that was also a huge. Turning point i can remember that day very clearly where they came into the class. And we're like okay short chubby kid. You're the wrong class Leave all your friends and go to great one. And that was pride stripping and very difficult so i did fail raid one you so you graduated tonight. What do you do from there. So i'm pretty involved in ministry at this time playing guitar. I'm traveling with a group that does christian ministry m leading worship songs in playing guitar Yet just. I'm working really hard at job. Called the terrorists all the time which environmental company that sprays that green stuff on the road. So i'm working there and making a few bucks and i'm traveling with this group at the same time. We ended up traveling to idaho emmett idaho. You'll have to look that on the map so little spec but we ended up traveling there and in that process the pastor of the church and there was like ten people church. I think altogether maybe a few more. He's like hey you should come back and be are used faster. And i'm like that. Sounds like a horrible idea. So i'm not doing that so we kind of went on. We were travelling. Redoing came back to canada. And then the guy that i was traveling with the leader of the group said you should consider doing that. He's like you should pray about that and there's no use. I'm going to emmet idaho. I don't know anybody there. They weren't going to pay me anything so there is no money. I had to raise my own supportive housing to go there so that wasn't great. Don't know anybody there so much to consider but nonetheless. I did throw up a couple prayers at. I don't know that. I've heard from god much in my life. I think i have a few times. But i just felt like you can go. Both ways in both will be fine so you can stay in. You'll be well or you can going through l. And i was like well if it's a neutral then why not try it. Go to this auto this little emmet idaho and see what happens so i literally two months later packed up and moved down there not knowing anybody and moved into being used thoughts turn. I really didn't have much experience. Being used pastor. Wouldn't rank myself as being great at it but did it and i just kind of passionately did it. So i ended up moving to idaho. And i lived there for four years and that was pretty quick after high school as i would say within a year and anyone's wondering how you spell it. E m e t t. I'm looking at says. Total population seven thousand yet and that hasn't changed since nineteen ninety nine. Yeah i believe that people don't grow up in stater people leave what that says. Yeah you look at pictures and yeah. It doesn't seem like anything's been built there in a while to. What is it like being in a place like that from eighteen. To what like twenty two or so. Yeah it was my university. I didn't have the grades to go to college. I don't think i don't think college would have accepted me. And nor did i want to like. I just knew early on in life. Like i remember my grade five or six teacher telling my mom. Just lawyer expectations for paul. He's probably going to be a janitor. Bus driver has he's just not good at school. That's probably where it's going to end up so it's an interesting point to be at in life when no one has expectations for you. Because i think expectations often hold us back. The hold bag from our true potential. Like i had no like when i sam playing with casinos money. That's my life honestly. I married way up my wife's in amazingly beautiful awesome person everything in life for me. It's ridiculous how that was so untrue. And so here. I am whatever going to be a bus driver. A plumber or something. So i ended up in idaho and i spent four years there. I think what i hear. When people go to college and university they go through this growing up phase the do some partying. Which wasn't part of my portfolio being a youth pastor at a church. I skip that part. I think i got to that later in life but you know had a chance to grow up at a chance to be on my own. Which is what people get out of college. I think and again this is my opinion. And it's pretty slanted because i don't have it formal education but i think the education isn't the most important part i think it's the life skills it's how you treat people. It's the kind of person you become in those young adult years. The character that you game living on your own your own responsibilities to me. I think those are the big takeaways from that experience. And i'm not downplaying education. But i think when you get into the real world and you start your life. Education can be kinda golden handcuffs. They can kind of keep you in a tax bracket they can keep you a course in life whereas i just like is like the wild west man i had. I had nothing to lose. That didn't matter. If i became a janitor by started company that is doing sixteen million in revenue. It didn't matter and that to me is so valuable. My life just not having any expectations so i went on a bit of a rabbit trail there. Hope that makes sense like you said erin idaho. You're getting rich doing the preaching and then what do you do from there. Yes so. I mean listen austin. You're a very honest person. I'm very honest person. I don't hold much back. What ended up happening is meta girl there and we started a relationship and it wasn't going well and i wasn't following the christian rules of what i used passenger shouldn't shouldn't doing in that relationship and i knew it and call it temptation or whatever it is. It wasn't good for me. It wasn't good for me as a person with character. And i just didn't feel right about continuing actual. The youth ministry is going exceptionally well. That youth group had about seventy kids in that first one there was like fifteen or twenty people in that church so we gathering a good crowd like half the town. It was pretty much yet. No honestly like a lot of the high school kids were coming. Because i have my approach was just to empower people and so we took train people how to play instruments in got them empowered leading the group. So it wasn't so much led by it was led by them. It was self led so it was going really well but other side. I just felt this few years in it was just. This relationship started kind of near the end of my being there and didn't feel right anymore. I didn't feel like i was being real. And transparent. And i didn't never in life to a point i do not like preaching one thing doing another thing i just. Don't i like to be honest. Real transparent what you see is what you get and you might not like what you hear or what you see but this is me and i'm not trying to being buddy else so i didn't want to be fake. I had to kind of come to that realization that. I'm just not being who i'm saying like i'm not being real here so i kind of was looking for an out. My friend called me up. Who is my best friend after in high school and called me up. And said hey. I'm starting this business. We're gonna do some wearing a cut down a bunch of trees and cut him into two by fours or lumbers. Some stupid idea. I don't know why. I thought it was a good idea. But he's like we're gonna start lumber business. He's like any. Just come up here and being my business partner in it's gonna work. He's like you gotta move up here. Because he kind of knew that i was struggling and so i just needed that. Excuse so i packed up everything. And i moved back to my parents place and we started doing zakia that cutting trees and tournament the two by fours in making no money. 'cause it's commodity business too so seem like it'd be hard to. It's not like you're coming up with the different business. You know two by fours or whatever the prices same everywhere so did he have any background in that get a passion for it so he followed the industry he candidate with the prices were and he was really great at selling himself so he had talked himself into this mill and volunteered me to run it and it was just a small portable mill so this this band saw mill that would go back and forth would so business. It didn't last long. I mean i was doing all the work in you. Know he's the spokesman and he's getting jobs. It didn't last long but what came out of it was on the drive up from is he's like there's this girl you gotta meet. You've gotta meter. She plays piano in church. And at that time i was you can imagine i kind of burnt out on church as feeling pretty down on myself might kinda send in. Fallen short wasn't living the life on like man. I don't wanna meet a girl a plays piano at church in between you typically. They're overweight girls that you don't wanna date. This is the stereotype break. Listen buddy and he's like. I can't show your pitcher over like it's a blind date that there's no way i'm going on a blind date with a girl play piano in church not a chance. I wanna break from this all like i was coming up for re up just like get my head straight. I'd been in. This relationship ended up being really unhealthy. And i needed to get out of. It is a lot of been cheated on. Just i could bring you to tears with them with all the sadness that i just needed to get out of that. So i'm like there's no meeting a girl i just gotta this toll crazy scenario and he. You're meeting her and you're going to be your tomorrow and trust. May she's perfect for you. Finally i agreed brought my guitar over his. You gotta bring your guitar and basically met my wife. We fell in love and we got married within. I think four or five months is crazy so ended up meeting her and we went down for a friend's wedding in bhakta idaho. We ended up getting married at a divorce court of eloped and we were engaged. But we just like someone's like you should get married with us and we're like yeah. It's a great idea is a crazy story but that is probably the best thing that ever happened in. Life was meeting her getting married because she ended up she is. She's my ally partner the person she's my cheerleader. The person that believed in me and let me take all the risks. So yeah that's kind of my quick love story there until you were twenty three those this up yeah exactly. She's about three three and a half years younger than so. Now we got married. And she's like paul. You should start a ahmad pool company taking these containers and turning them into pools or real estate. Yeah you know. Our first business was when i met her. She was teaching horseback riding lessons on her parents. Farm shoes doing very casually. She's not a business person. Like alex is not aggressive. Light guy in with business and just casually teaching lessons and she's working at a gym at the same time on my k. How much you make jimmy. Eleven dollars an hour. Like how much do you charge for less than it was like thirty dollars an hour on my hold on. You gotta stop the gym and let's do more lessons. So i started pumping the tires on that the property her parents owned. Obviously we kinda made a five year goal to buy it. And i think within two and a half years or something. We ended up buying from them for about a million dollars. That was kind of our first business was the riding lesson business and we ended up with about one hundred and thirty students a week with a few instructors and that was kind of our first real kind of like actually having cash and i can remember back. I'm going to go back a little bit. But when we first got married she wanted to go grocery shop. And i remember her going down the aisles of the grocery store and taking anything. She wanted putting in the car and had never done that before. Like i'd never been in that financial position to be able to buy anything you want at the grocery store. So that was a real like whoa. This is crazy. We have enough nations. Can we can do this. It's going to be like a hundred and fifty bucks or something. I was like. I never done that growing up. We always went with like twenty thirty dollars. You add it up as you go. You get to the till you're not a dollar over you know so anyway just backing up a little bit so then we start this business and get this business going and then at the same time. I built my first house. So i bought my first house because buying a house was more expensive than building. One at the time show. I'd never really built the house. I'd kind of been involved in construction growing up bit as this labor. And i was driving a truck at the time so i got my truck drivers license so migrate. Fourteen wasn't too far off a truck charter. yes. I started building houses and started selling them and we anyway. I don't know if you wanna get into that. I'm going on a bit of a shoulder. Knows how good it is interesting. So even the horseback riding businesses. Did you kinda help her. And like you didn't more the business side as far as trying to figure out how to get more students and whatnot and you're like hey honey you have to do this. We'll make a lot more money doing it this way. I think it was the driver behind it. So i was kind of the equipment guy. We were buying worse. We needed a pretty good amount of horses at the time for that size of school so going to auctions buying horses equipment we needed also at brand new facility because we were just basically outside teaching and you can imagine in our climate here. Teaching riding lessons in december is really hard to get anybody to come out so at that same time right about there and getting the timeline. Maybe a bit. Musk wish together here but we built and sold houses. We came up with about a quarter million dollars in cash way. Offer to buy the property which her parents were like. You don't have any money. And then we told him. Yeah i think we do. The property appraised for seven hundred fifty thousand. They wanted us to buy it for a million because they felt like there was more value to the property than the assessment. But we bought million so we had that quarter million dollars that we'd worked really hard for by buying selling building houses. Put that down. Bought the farm and then immediately went to build twenty five thousand square foot indoor riding ring facility which i built myself after work basically with a couple of other guys so we built that up. That kind of is the mask. We staples business. So that's how we got to the point where we had this reoccurring revenue. That's monthly revenue coming in one hundred thirty students. We're able to keep them year round and keep the training going because we had this big indoor facility that we built and we did it basically in cash. At that time. I was pretty in the dave ramsey and i believed being debt. Free was kind of the way to be. I think we were at the time. We're saying about ten thousand dollars a month. Two words that after buying the farm. Did you make your real money in the real estate or doing the a question lessons over a year's the question was really good cash flow. Now it's kind of my first experience of learning about cash slow. it had a really good recurring revenue. The big capital came from building selling and buying houses might first project built again how to build a house. I just started doing just came on basically said we should build a house. My wife's like yeah. You can do that. And that's all i needed at the time with someone to be like. Yeah you can do. Maybe i can do it. So i just did it. And then ten months later we sold that place than we made about one hundred twenty thousand dollars in canada. I don't know if it's the same in the states but if it's your primary residence and you improve on it sell it. That's all tax free money so we walked with one hundred twenty thousand dollars and we're like holy smokes. We'd never had so much money to prove that. I had a motorbike that a paid for which an iowa was a nice bike and i bought that down in idaho and i bought and sold cars to make money to survive down there and at that time i did it well enough to be able to buy this ten thousand dollar motorbiking cash and my wife owned her car so we sold our assets which were a car in a motorbike for the down payment to be able to buy the lot and build the house and so that turned into one hundred ten thousand dollars profit so we got one hundred twenty five thousand dollars back or something and then we proceeded to build another house. Buy another property and i just went on a buying spree. At that point i leveraged everything i think ahead about. I had over a million dollars of real estate on my original fifteen thousand dollar investment. I just kept rolling it over buying a property. Leveraging that leveraging the rent and i just played that shell game to the point where my banker call being was like. How do you sleep at night you. Oh so much money. it's crazy 'cause i was trying to buy more properties than she basically hit the brake since. Then you gotta stop. You're based out of control. But out of that we liquidated all of our properties at break time just before the crash and we bought the farm and the farmers a million bucks but a quarter million down and we kept one rental condo at the time and then we sold that as seed money to build the barn guys. 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That isn't real estate to me was like money. I didn't want to go. And i think that's where people often go. Wrong accumulate. This bad debt does debt that has no value whereas my debt was all in real estate but it was very if that make fingertips could sell the property really quick and market was appreciating so much at that time that it seemed very risk free now. I think it was a bit not naive if i look back. If i didn't do that i wouldn't have got to the point to buy the property build that huge facility in cash just about i think we only four hundred fifty thousand dollars to build and i think we owed at the end about one hundred thousand. We cash flow pretty good. But that preludes maude pro. So if i hadn't done that have the cash flow in mazzi staples or the asset to leverage to start maude pro. I don't spending some time in this beginning of the story but it really is the important stuff because people get into business and they've got to bring in a partner they've gotta have some equity investment and right away they start out by giving away what they don't even know what they have yet. They're giving away ownership of their company. And they're getting right into debt and we didn't have to do that so that was a huge advantage. What was the name of the stables because you said it twice. Yeah it's a weird name. It's matt squeeze stables. How do you spell that curious. Yeah so it's m. a. t. s. q. u. i. yet you still own instill do that. Yeah we still not property and we own the business but what we did is we shut it down once maude. Pro stars do really well. We had some babies on the ray and stuff. We decided to shut that down as a riding stable and just use it as a boarding stable so right now we just bored horses on it and we do kind of invite only mike. Kids all have horses there. Eleven eight and seven and my wife has a horse so it's kind of like their horses their friends and it's their little community so it's not really profitable business anymore. It's it's probably breaks. Even i think distributive bacteria sore. So what year do we want to be. As far as everything was successful within a couple of years of meeting your wife and building mask waits stables. Saying that right. I'm trying acting that scared with native word yet. So matt's stale as we'd done that we bought properties so right about this time and the timelines kind of start weaving together so it's not just one time line but right about two thousand six. I got this call while. This isn't very because i hadn't ad in the phone book in the yellow pages and i had this company that rennovation company which i was doing kind of at the same time as the stables as renovating houses in buying houses building stuff so i had this renovation company and this place called big steel box calls me and says hey do you know how to frame shipping containers and my dad had always taught us growing up. Say yes to opportunity and then figured out later. yeah. I can totally do that as like what. The hell is shipping container. I'd noted what but it shouldn't container was great. Well can you come on thursday and confronting containers like great yacht. So anyway i show up there and had never seen a container before and the pilot would there and thankfully there was a guy on site that he was on his way out so he was trying to get out of the job so he was so happy to see us and gave us like a ten minute rundown on how to frame these containers and how to work on them and my brother and i were there because my brother was working for me at the time so we had gone to home depot and bought my brother tool belt keeping even have wanted to taxi shows for this shiny new tool belt we start framing these containers and then the owners of the company come by at the end of the day because they were there at the start of the day. they're like. Yeah here's peter are gonna show you what to do and we'll see at the end of the day end of the day they come and we're going. Oh god they're gonna fire us like this. It took too long in everything and they were like so impress door amazement. They're like wow. You guys did a great job. You guys wanna come tomorrow. We're like sure to this. So that was kind of the humble beginnings of getting into container modifications and so what that lead into a relationship. Where i contract with this company i pieced all the work so as it kind of happened. There was other trades involved so we did the framing to start within the carpentry end of it so the finishing shooting inside these containers to train them into office space. They had this big contract for a company and then the other trades come in like spray foam electrical plumbing painting but one by one. These traits kept dropping off and they kept jamming on the guys and they would show up. And you know like typical trades right busy. Don't have time for the small work. So i just kept taking on the next trade so the painter would show up. And i'd say well i can paint and really accountable yell figured out so the painter comeback the next time or i convinced the painter to show me how to peyton. You take again another ten minutes. Here's the sprayer disciple paint in. Go up and down go. And so i'd take over painting one by one at took over all the trades to the point where my company was contracting big box and doing all the work so we did complete construction and modification of the containers so they would get the job they turn it over to us. We would agree on a piece price to do that job. And then we'd go ahead and execute it so that was kind of the starting of this opportunity of getting into shipping containers. Which was a very niche business at that time containers. Were just starting to come on as far as like people using them for other alternative spaces and just so everyone's on the same page. What's a container in case. They're naive or not sure. I've got multiple ports. Where i'm at so i understand. Sharia a shipping container is what we use to transport cargo exclusively from china and from basically around the world. So what happens is containers are all built in china. They're still boxes. Essentially with doors on the film with cargo and then they ship them throughout the world and they get unloaded. So that's where you're tv's. microwaves close. Everything comes in shipping containers and they're all exclusively built as of i think ten years ago all in china and what happens is these containers are built in china but a lot of them. They don't want them back so they're called one trip containers. So and i think the last i heard which is quite a few years ago. They'll build six containers but they only want one back. Because we as a country or north america exports primarily garbage recycled cardboard garbage back to china and steal like recycled steel. So we don't have a lot of experts. Sent back to china so it's kind of an off balance shipping arrangement but it works out because we ended up with these cheap structures that are one trip containers. The freight started paid them. They've kind of been paid down. Because of the value of being able to trade these kids back and forth and so there really low cost steel structure and i'm looking at sizes forty feet by twenty feet by ten feet. Yes so our standard sizes are. I'm ben fee. I know that's different from you. Guys right no actually. We're v two. I think the world in the seventies was all going to switch over to metric. And then you guys jammed on us thanks americans. Anyways we're kind of in between the mostly here so do an eight by twenty eight forty. Those are the two most standard sizes and day. Come in tall container so standard. Eight foot six toll hike. You is nine foot six tall and those are the basically the lego blocks that we have to work with when it comes to containers. Now you can get a ten foot container. But they're more expensive because they put less cargo in them and it's a little bit complicated. They all fifty three foot of course but a fifty three foot container is a domestic container. It makes more sense. I'm looking now. Yeah so the smallest one you're looking at as linked because when you're talking about linked just so everyone has i mean i can look at a picture whatever but the minimums us like ten feet influ linked the ones that you're working with their standard size that you generally did your work on. Yes so mostly twenty foot and forty foot. Those were the bread and butter. Containers are the most readily available there. The cheapest and they make the most sense for transporting very transportable throughout the world and that's the infrastructure that came in the basically in the industrial i think just after the industrial revolution figure out how to transport goods so the container was born in. That was like the eighth wonder of the world. Now how we get our car. Go around right. Hopefully that paints a bit of a picture of the containers that opportunity to started there. I grabbed a hold of it. And i started getting into that industry cutting my teeth and learning as much as i can and i had the opportunity. I was in the physician to have that opportunity where it was at my fingertips. I just put my hand up. And say hey. I'll try painting all. Try welding all try. And so that gave me the opportunity to learn all those skills basically how you even got their skills Really you just contractor because it sounds like you're obviously very handy in those people called you and then you're able to figure these things out. 'cause i mean what's your handy guy you know. It's pretty easy for people to figure out whether they're handy or not. You know i'm pretty handy to. I'm good at fixing stuff and whatnot. And i'm like i'd probably take on exactly what you're talking about where i fixed a lot of stuff but some people. Aren't you know what we know how to work those things and you have one person show you want. Usually you can kind of figure it out from there. I think that was kind of you. Know we started talking about some of my weaknesses but some of my strengths. One of my strength is problem solving. In fact i really like it and as a business owner. It's one of the things that i don't shy away from it. I really enjoy is dealing with problems and as a business owner as you get to a certain size you realize that a lot of your day is spent solving problems so being able to solve problems and liking the challenge. Yeah i was able to really adopt. Learn these skills. These traits quite quickly quite efficiently and that really gave me this platform of having these skills and it paid really well at that time i wanna say at the prime of working contracting out about twelve guys working for me and i was taking home after taxes. I think i was taking home. Probably between one ten to one fifty a year so as making really good money. Especially if you're in your late twenties at this point yeah so that would be two thousand and nine ish around there because it sounds like you started two thousand six years saying so about three years of constantly trying to figure it out and you build a team to help you do this exactly. I start hiring and training. People in the nice thing is because i learned every aspect of the job myself and did it myself. I wasn't slaved to somebody's skill. I could take a willing person and train them and teach them how to do the job and that differential in wage. I could make that money. So i didn't have to pay them thirty dollars an hour as a painter. I could pay them twenty dollars an hour and teach them how to do a few aspects of painting. So that is foreshadowing into maude pools. Now where i've learned all those jobs. I know how to do everything in my company. It's not like hired outside skill in trade so that paid forward immensely in a factory setting so at that time i was twelve guys working from june really well and then i had a really bad accident at work which changed my life completely yet before we touch on that i mean how many containers for you guys doing today. How gosh well dollar wise or just number wise. We had some months that were about three hundred thousand dollar revenue months now. That wasn't my three hundred thousand dollars. That's what they were selling. And i was kind of. We had this relationship where we were all very good friends. And so i was in the office to a point where i knew what the numbers were because we were pretty open about the sale price because we had to make sure they made margin and i made margin so i was aware to the fact that they're good months word about three hundred thousand and modified containers. So how many would your team flip. Would you say or get them ready in a month. We'd probably do. I'd say at least twenty minutes. So you're doing until i units a month that you're your max. But what were they doing. I mean you told us about framing so you just putting would inside for them to put dr later on or do the. Let's go because that's what i'm confused. Oh not necessarily confused. But i'm sure other people are interested to 'cause i mean i've looked into your company a little bit but you know all i'm here it's like you're coming in there and sounds like you're building almost a house within their is what's going on or something else going on. Know exactly so we would start out with. The steelwork would cut the doors and windows. And well those in and then we would paint the unit re- profit for painted and then we would go into that framing stage so we'd go into the interior and the way we've developed tattoo it is we would pressure fit the framing and then we would spray foam at in place so spray foam is really the only installation that you can use in a container because containers sweat so if you use bad installation you'll end up with water on the floor all the time and it'll be like a little rain forest so we would spray in the insulation and then we would put on the drywall and be at prefinished drywall or plywood. A lot of times in that day was apply with finish because it was really industrial and strong with that after you got done retrofitting them so they are almost brand new. I mean they've just made a cross a trip from. Let's say again china to where you are especially i mean. They've been used once so they're still good medal. Whatnot is are you taking those making goes into offices or because again this i guess two thousand ten thousand nine or whatever maybe when i might have started seeing these because before that i mean i felt like i hadn't seen those before so it seemed like maybe you're just on the forefront of this. Yeah we were definitely on the cutting edge of it. I mean europe was with maybe a little bit ahead of us but not a whole lot so we were pretty much on the forefront. And because i was really i love the challenge i loved innovating there would be all these opportunities. That would come our way and i would say yesterday because that's where it got me where i was so they'd be like hey. Can you put a bathroom in this thing can you. You know this guy wants a mining lab to an assay assailant to breakdown core samples. Can you do this. I'd just be like yeah. Yeah yeah for sure. Then go ahead and figure it out so i just had that mentality where it was the perfect petri dish for me because i loved a challenge in love solving problems and make money at it so they'd be like hey you know. This customer wants district. I l let's do it. Let's charge him this much money in so it was really exciting. Which is a really exciting time. We're doing new things all the time. So all of them were slightly custom the muslim so we have a few core customers. That would order what we consider fleet units so they would order an office like a twenty foot office to windows adore air conditioner. That'd be like a standard office. We'd have a good a flow of those coming through. And then we'd have special projects like laboratories oiling gas equipment generator. Enclosures got into building fire training facilities. So we'd stock them up and then they would basically pump them. Full of smoke in the firefighter would go in there and train with them so they had vague stairs and more complicated engineering and stuff like that song so do people just buy them because they were trinity or was it also like cost effective for the. I guess the end user. Who wanted these. Well i think the draw to get anybody into anything new. There's gotta be my pain as some sort of price advantage. Otherwise they're gonna keep doing what they're doing so there was definitely a cost advantage. And there was a durability factor so a lot of these jobs sites getting the modular traders. Let's call that the traditional building. So that's a wood frame building all wood with some metal siding on it. You being Physically strong bodybuilder. Type guy you could probably put your fist through it or your foot through it like. They're not very strong so they would get them broken into on job sites so our option was steel box. That was really hard to break into. Like you'd have to have a saw out like a grinder and it would be really hard so the job sites were kind of responding by going. Hey so and so's jobsite broken into and they weren't able to steal anything because they couldn't get into container there was some limitations to the katina because they're only eight feet wide on the outside. Which gives you about seven feet wide on the inside so it's a fairly compact space so there was resistance to that but there was this big pro of security cost efficiency and durability make sense because we're most people using him just construction sites. Yeah a lot of times but you know even in remote locations like a mining lab going way up north like they wanna make sure. They've got millions of dollars of equipment in there. They wanna make sure they can lock same and some snowmobiler driving by his gonna steal their hundred thousand dollar testing tool right. So there is that factor. I think security is a big one for it but versatility. Because they're still you can drag pull on oil sites and albert. They would be yanking these things around with big cats and they just stood up so well to the environment where the traditional building yank on. That wrong thing would fall apart like we. It's a portable classrooms. So we used to have wince certain schools expanded at least in my county or whatever. They'd always put them on the basketball court outside or whatever so for me it wouldn't matter too much down here especially because there is like no installation funny that even say that. Now i remember this random one kid in my class. One time to teach her went to the bathroom. He'd be right back. Some kid fooling around with his backpack was rolling around his head accidentally. Let go a hit. The drywall ceiling up top in like half the ceiling came in during class. Why he came back. We're all quiet like nothing happened. Everybody's pointing fingers at somebody else. Yes like eight different panel drywall. panels up top. Whatever is up there. Sof it's just fell in with the lighting. So just telling you about how flimsy it was. I mean anyone could knock on that. Especially if you've got computers in there and stuff like that like you're saying for job security and then i could see up north where i would want the installation even more and being in remote environments house like okay versus me wheeling a portable classroom up to a mining site. No absolutely an maude pro like to this day. Our core product would be an eight by twenty eight by forty foot office like we sell tons of them. They're super durable yet into your point. That's exactly right. They're just really strong. Can you stack them on top of each other. Yeah absolutely so. We build a product right. Now that's called. It's a hoarding product. Which is a weird word. But basically what that is used for is at the front of a job site where the job site mutes the sidewalk. The builder is responsible to protect the public from overhead debris in hazards or something right so we build a containerized version of that that can be dropped in place and we call them breeze ways or walkways and then we stack offices on top of those so create this infrastructure because in vancouver here. I'm sure with any dense cities. They're building on top of each other. Basically like there's no room for the actual act of construction because the construction lines are so tight so we put those in front and we build that product for companies. That rent it out so maude. Pro is a company is a business to business primarily which has its pros and cons on. I can get into that later of why we went into my pools because of that. But that's another innovative product. So kind of the cool thing for me was like i got to start working with engineers and designing and building stuff and i really took a shine guy. I really liked it. And i felt like i got what they're thinking was an i understood. Structurally why they were doing what they were doing. And i quickly started doing my own designing in my own building my own processes of thought and why. I was going to build something for the way i was. And that kinda preludes to ram here but that started back then of seeing all these possibilities like for me in my life. That container was the perfect solution to my ad learning disability. Whatever i had dealt with because of his this outlet of creativity and i could get financially rewarded for being creative and being innovative so the container really has been like we were meant for each other for sure. When was a container created the shipping container. I did look at that a while. Back and i wanna say the earliest ones are like. I think the thirties. 'cause i think before that what had happened is ships. Were bringing break bulk. Cargo over so loose cargo and they would have to put it in nets and haul it off onto the dock and it was a really cumbersome process. A lot of cargo damaged lost and it was very inefficient. That was the birth of the container yet so they said the standard ones that they use. Now i just looked up saying in nineteen fifty. Six is when the one. You're working on now so i'm sure they had until they figured out at you know this is the best one to go with. So before that when they're making one way trips or were they not making one way trips like what were they doing with all the containers before that. Yes before that. The one way trip container was invented essentially other containers. Were had to be a lot stronger heavier bill. Because they had the last a long time and they were this asset that these companies would have hundreds of thousands of laying around the country and there wasn't always a good means of bringing them back to china and to export countries so they would just basically fit a lot of them would arrive and then the worst thing would be. They'd have to ship them back over empty. Which would be very expensive. 'cause ship line's always want everything wants to be paid for. All the trips need to be paid for the shipping is actually quite expensive. When it's empty 'cause you don't get any value out of that. So that's where i think. These containers people started to wake up and go men. There's his 'cause we do use use content. We haven't really talked about that yet. We just talk about the one trip but we do use retired containers to we typically. Don't build them into anything expansive because there are about fifteen to twenty years old so you don't want to invest a bunch of capital into something. There were the structures already mostly or half used up. I would say the average lifespan of containers. Probably thirty to forty years if not treated if just left the way. It is right. So that i think ended with this abundance and then they ended up getting really cheap because these lines were just waiting to unload these containers k. It's fifteen years old. Who's gonna give me a thousand bucks for like he's been giving me fifteen hundred like just wanted to blast them out right so that gave opportunity for guys like me to make something out of them about twenty ten in had interrupted you and you said everything was doing well and business wise but then you had a bad accident. Yeah so things are going along swimmingly making really good money ceiling on top of the world. You know feeling very complicated. Which is a really good feeling coming from my background. That was just a really great feeling. I feel like. I've made it and then right around somewhere in two thousand ten. We were building a fire training facility. We are winching up this two thousand pounds staircase so that would bridge the top. Continue to the bottom. Tanner create access. And it wasn't going well. It wasn't going in place well so i decided to get down underneath said really smart and try to help along. 'cause it was stuck what happened. Is the winch that we were using it free schooled and let go and landed on the top of my flat and bounced off my foot essentially and just bought stayed on foot but with such impacted kind of and that was a real fork in the road for me because did a soft crush which is like everything compacted together but nothing broke. Everything just squished. So my toe is out of place. It's an excruciating. If you've ever had a crush injury one of the most excruciating because a break it's almost like it let's go and then the tensions off but this was just extremists. It's like my foot was in a vice with someone turning it and couldn't unwind. It was just stuck in not type position. So i went through the state of this happened and i put my foot out and i went through this shock. Phase of being in denial like Everyone back to work. I'm fine. i'm fine and then within about fifteen minutes at just about passed out might try driving myself to the hospital with my standard truck which people doing the what it standard truck anymore has gears. You have to shift manually with the clutch. So that didn't work. I didn't get too far. Go passed out again. And then the day ended up getting to the hospital driving there and that was just a real big fork in the road for me because i had to be on my back for a couple of weeks straight all in all it took about three years before i could really be active on that foot again of rehab and all that but here i am on my back and feeling pretty down on myself but i'm running the business from my couch. Basically i got those twelve guys confirming. I'm calling the shots. They're coming over before where am running things still in. They're going fairly smoothly. But what. I wasn't aware of was that the owners of the company saw that and again i'm guessing at this point. I don't have the details from them. But i think they started to go again. We're paying this guy. He's making really good money. He's making whatever one hundred fifty grand a year. Do we need him or can we replace him with somebody who's sixty grand a year and my wife brought to my attention kind of like week two to my injury. We're in the bath together. Which sounds awesome. But it wasn't really. I was soaking my foot. I think at the time or something. I don't know that i've taken. I don't bath light showers. I don't know is this is a weird. That's why i remember it so clearly because we're in the bath here and she goes. They're going to replace you. I've got this feeling they're going to replace you. And i was shocked like that was the first time i'd heard that and i was in denial. Like there's no weighted replacement. I'm the innovator. I'm the guy i'm the man like they need me. She's like you make too much money. And i bet you could replace you for a third the price and that was that first time where my world is sorta closed in a bit and i went. Oh my god. I need this like i need this job so i was in this position where it had to accept that that was quite probable and then i had to start making plans accordingly. So that's where. I decided in turn will get -delity details but intern decided to either take a buyout from them where they could buy out my company at the time or i would start my own company and take projects on from them. They could be a customer and as well as other people question. Which foot was it. It was my left foot. I kept grabbing my right foot the left or what because. I'm sure everyone felt the pain. I want to make sure everyone feels the left foot of pain. Yeah no it's my left foot and it took an amazing amount of time for those nerds to grow back. I had extensive. Nerve damage is a crazy thing in my life but it burst my company. Maude pro and without that accident i would have probably been let go of. It could be very different. would have been very different. I believe without that accident so it was one of those lemons that needed to be turned into laminate and it was character building for me. I think i was wouldn't say i was high on the hog but i still. I'm pretty confident. I was the guy that basically been graduate or barely graduated and i was making really good money. I mean if i was taking home a hundred and fifty. I don't know what that rose number was but pay attention to that at the time but it was a big number. I was doing really well. Thanks for coming in remember. I think business partners. She signed me up. Because i've been talking about you. All the awesome business party going to have to use that as a plug to tell people to do the same thing. Yeah yeah it's really cool but anyway thanks for Set this up get kinda. Vip treatment appreciate you doing the call here. Podcast by far. I love it. Oh yeah was that. I graduated two thousand seventeen permission. I heard that john Today as pretty cool. Basically two months. After i graduate i started listening to the podcast. I think there were maybe thirty episode or something by that point and i consider myself to be pretty. Entrepreneurial started a business last year. This helped the time at. It's hard. I think the fine entrepreneurs i was just looking for entrepreneurial meet ups. I think it's more of an awesome opportunity to talk with other entrepreneurs value is. I mean it's insane like people make these heights of entrepreneurial insight things of thousand dollars this is twelve per month per month is like nothing. I guess at that point. So are you basically the contract like those people are bringing in the deals like the clients if you will and you're the contractor you were that small business within that right. yeah absolutely. I was the guy that did all the work. They're the ones that got all the work you want me to go into of Perfect that's what. I was going to say so. Then you decided. Hey eventually these guys are going to get rid of me. Because i'm making too much money. I'm just a contractor. If you will still a good thing you know. I'm not just saying you're just a contractor but you realize the risk reward in this brought you to enlightenment. You're like i have to be the guy who goes and gets the contracts to have this priced out and then it's almost like when learned a new trade with painting or electrical or whatever. You're just taking one step higher right to go get the actual contracts for these things. Yeah and i think. I was naive a lot to how difficult that would be and i think i had it better than i thought i had it. I just thought. All i gotta do is go get work like that's not that hard. I can do that. I can go get work. The only person that i knew at the time that was in business was my wife's uncle. I gave him a call. Met them for coffee at a cheap diner. I can remember the diner. What's the name of the diner. Oh i hope. I had some pancakes at ihop role. Maybe they can be a sponsor of the podcast. Yeah if you guys are listening. I apologize for calling you a cheap diner. Inexpensive diner with quality food and great service at a great price at a great price. I know you tried to change your name a little while ago. And i'm sorry you tried to do that. It was a horrible decision. But we don't judge we still love your pancakes and the plug. How is that. Do you think they're that was fantastic. I'm going to cut it out right now and send it to him after the interview. It to them totally. I hop the place to eat breakfast anyway. So pay met with him there at a premium breakfast spot at a premium. Thank you awesome. And then i just ask them questions like what should i do. He's like man. You gotta start your own business. You gotta do this. You got a great opportunity. This is an awesome. You can kill out there. You know and he starts going over numbers and what was their best month and kind of you know. He's crunching all the numbers. And then i don't remember quite what it was in that meeting or phone call but he's like to partner with you. I'm gonna give you some money to start this business. How much money did he. He saw the opportunity and he was pretty aggressive about being a part of this. The only thing that wasn't great was his terms really sucked so all the votes the terms the terms were gonna give me one hundred thousand dollars. It was repayable. Within two years it needed to be repaid within two years and he was going to retain thirty percent of my company. And the more i thought about it the more salt i became. Because that's a horrible deal for anybody listening. Don't do that deal. That's a bad deal. So what i did from that. Though is i. Try not to be insulted by that and maybe some you think that's a good deal but i didn't offer decent cuts a good deal. That doesn't sound like you're from all the interviews. I've done okay. I didn't think it was a good deal. Well yeah pausing real quick. I was just doing some research on your ihop and apps for british columbia has the one you said it It just was in the news at a permanently close. Yeah i'm sorry. I hope it's sad. I listen to your terms just approve thirty percent and he wants all his money back in two years even worse than that. I think it might have been sooner than two years like it was a bad deal. Six months. I don't know it was not good for me but what it did. Is it kind of woke up to the fact that like counting the cost. So i went with my wife. Got back the kitchen table mike. How much money do we need to start. This business and i was hunting for land at the time. Industrial land is very hard to come by. I think anywhere in the world and i had stumbled across a piece of land that was just in the development process like literally took a wrong. Turn down a back road by my house. Let's about seven minutes away from my farm and my farm is in between two city hubs so i'm in-between mission and abbotsford and we got this property that's right in between so good location and this land i found was literally. I can ride my bike there in ten minutes. It was just this perfect location. Because i didn't want to commute and travel. And i like the idea of being close to home. I was able at the azer working this out. I'm working with them. And pushing this deal forward but i had naively come up with the number of one hundred thirty thousand dollars to this day. I don't know how i got to. That number is not realistic whatsoever. I didn't count half the cost of actually being a business. I just looked at the hard cost more. Like one hundred thirty thousand. I can build a shop. I had to build all my infrastructure on this land but had to build. it couldn't be permanent structure because it's unbanned land so it had to be infrastructure out of containers which is convenient for me so i built my first. My first shop ended up being shop at shipping containers with a roof on it and did have to be near the port. Because that's where they're coming in. Yeah so because of our proximity vancouver. Were within about a like a forty foot container. Cost me about two hundred sixty dollars to get dropped off so pretty. Low cost anna gandhi advantages. We are by a port. So yes how far's the drive from the poor just curious so that poor it is about. I want to get there in thirty minutes. I don't know if everyone else's imagination runs wild as you speak like when you started on my he doing these in the port. The first time you are very doing mike sure he obviously has an industrial property near it. But i didn't know again how much it would cost to get to where you but it doesn't seem like too bad like you're saying but still within thirty minutes. It's still easy for them to deliver those totally. The business model was there. The expected costs start. The business was completely off. One hundred thirty thousand wasn't nearly enough. But i had the balls just to go ahead and start moving forward now. I've probably got a pause this right now and because i got to go to a helicopter lesson. I started learning how to fly helicopters. Because i'm getting my private license which is a passion of mine. Just really sweet. So sometimes i call it dying but most time Flying and lately more flying the dying. But i'm learning some about twenty one hours in. But i do have a lesson within about fifteen minutes so i don't know if you're interested but you want to continue the story yet. Can we do a part to at another time. Yeah i'd be happy through. Hopefully it's going well and hopefully there's some value in the story here. No i think definitely is. That's cool so it's perfect. Because i guess we'll just come back at the transition of basically when you still started Because we haven't even gotten to that part so that'd be perfect. Yeah i mean. I think it's a great spot to pause it. Yeah absolutely all right cool well like you said i appreciate you telling us this part of story if anyone wanted to reach out right now. Would you be interested in if anyone reach out to you. The best way for them to contact you and say thanks for doing the interview or more about you. Yeah absolutely so. I would say if they want to reach out to me. I'll just give them my personal email. Which is paul at maud pool dot com and they can send me an email and i'd be happy to talk to almost anybody almost so not going in detail and depth of this first part historian we look forward to when we jump into when you actually started your first real business. It's all the lead up which is important because again there's so many steps that lead up to you eventually doing your own thing right so thank you for sharing that the yeah absolutely thanks for having me on and i'm looking forward to part pick is energetic austin here. Hope you enjoyed that interview second. Part of the interview is actually available right now for all our patriotic members. Here's a preview of it. I was trying to test people out. Like i talked to my friends and like hey what do you think of my pool and agenda. Just wasn't a lot of support like people friends man idea. I don't know like nobody thought it was good idea. And that's what really took us by. Surprise was like whoa. This is a way bigger problem than we had thought. I don't know. I wanna say like ten people walk by and kind of looked at it head. One personality it was recycled garbage can but this one lady came by and i don't know if she was an angel sent from heaven but she looked me square in the eyes and she asks him questions and she says this is an amazing idea. And you're going to be millionaire. And then she just kept walking. And i don't know man like that that just to me. It just gave me a little shot in the chest. In on like yeah. This is a good idea. This is gonna work and kind of talked myself into it. And i kinda got out from behind the desk. I was behind in third talking to people. And i just needed that. Little shot in the arm. Was that lady your wife. How did she know it was one of those nights where you pretend you're somebody else. My wife does that every night. She always calls me the wrong name obviously appreciate anyone who's listening now because they're supporter to just yet. Thanks for being a member cheering. You're sorry and breaking up into parts that help people here. Yeah no absolutely and of anybody out patriots made you have to call me. Saw tell my wife start donating exactly so weird. Someone's donating a thousand dollars a month. While i found your podcasts. At a bit of a low note in the story it was a humbling experience. I was going through. And i just grabbed onto it and i downloaded every episode. I could. I think you had like thirty at the time. And so i've been a listener ever since because you've got that note bullshit. Approach this personally. I just get a lot at listening to people so become a patron member to get part two right now and by the way. 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"It's it's free talk live and we've apparently had live mike entire time so hopefully we haven't said anything a brought to you tonight. Just oria in bondi studio so that's fun anyway. Today's news the most interesting thing i've seen. Is this iranian cleric. Who is claiming that the covid nineteen vaccine is turning people into homosexuals now. Obviously there's no truth to this and it's just more of the the iranian regime's anti-homosexuality anti western medicine sort of thing but it's interesting nonetheless. It comes to us from the new york. Post is just. It's just fascinating. What they will just make up on the spot with no evidence behind it whatsoever. Of course it's not that different from the american government. But it's hard to get america's to admit that is a cleric in the government. What's the cleric a. I don't know the exact definition of a cleric has seems to be what they call their priests in iran. As far as i know. I i had no idea i mean. According to wikipedia a cleric is also a priest or bishop in dungeons and dragons. I don't know what that means as far as what it means in iran. Sort of priestly person. But the maybe it's like a state. Priest state is kind of a religion. It is absolutely a religion so a cleric in the iranian regime told his followers that the covid nineteen vaccination turns people into homosexuals. Which is punishable by death and iran. I think the top cleric in iran. If i recall correctly a boss to brazilian made the outrageous claims tuesday on the social media platform telegram. According to the jerusalem post he said don't go near those who have had the covid vaccination they have become homosexuals to breezy and who lives in the religious capital of and whose followers referred to him as ayatollah has a history of promoting bigotry and false information about western medicine last year. This tell the -tarian burned harrison's manual of medicine in a videotape ceremony claiming that islamic medicine had made such books irrelevant. According to a radio free. Europe radio liberty broadcasts service like other clerics the region also to breezy and relates. This is clearly translated. He relates all of these shortcomings to sexuality said a dissident the clerics in iran or suffering from a lack of knowledge and humanity actually his goal of spreading nonsense is to try to scare people out of getting vaccinated while the leader of the regime and other officials got the pfizer vaccination and they don't provide it to the people with the excuse that they don't trust the west hold on so the regime leaders got the vaccine. But they're also saying it makes you gay. He's alleging that they got the vaccine. Whole government of iran is okay. It sounds like they may undo their death penalty. Laws ended by dash by seeking to scare the public and not getting vaccinated against one thousand. Nine years fueling the pandemic and putting lives at risk tatchell added. Now tuchel is a property. Yeah sorry gay. Rights advocate even iran. Or is he outside. He was talking to an israeli paper so presumably outside of iran. Yeah he'd be a teredo enough to stay in. Iran gay rights activists in iran. Yeah by the way. There's a guy in our telegram chatroom that we've got a telegram free talk live chat that's associated with the freetalklive like channel. I don't know if you've seen this yet. Yes and people can comment there and stuff like that right. There's a guy from iran who's a regular listener. Free talk live which is pretty cool. That is cool. yeah well hopefully. He's listening tonight. Same sex sexual activity is punishable by execution. In iran and thousands of gay people have been put to death since the iranian revolution in nineteen. Seventy nine well into thousand and nineteen and iranian. Foreign minister defended those entra atrocities to germany's public broadcasting network saying our society has moral principles and we live according to these principles. These are moral principles concerning the behavior of people in general and that means that the law is respected and the law is obeyed. What exactly is immoral about two people who love one another. I don't know you'd had excuses. I know what the bible the bible doesn't really explain it either states. It and says i can't do that. I don't know why does it even really say that. Or is that just a translation of the bible says it does say that the old testament very clearly says that like there's bad is repeatedly but there is some dispute about whether or not that's actually in the original hebrew tax and whether it got added and or mistranslated evidently if you ask these people who make that claim they were referring to men having sex with young boys as being immoral and not just all case expert translators either misunderstood or misunderstood. Yeah so that that could have been the origin of that. I don't know. I can't verify any of these claims because i don't read hebrew and even if i did i have better things to do with my time to find out what this fictional book says about gay people but in two thousand eighteen in two thousand nineteen iran executed at least nine children. Evidently as us ratcheted up sanctions after accusing the country of violating a nuclear agreement. That's pretty much it on that. There's not much more to say about it. It's just insane from the iranian leadership. It's not that different from donald trump and some of the extravagant claims that he's made but americans won't see that what does he make. What extravagant claims just curious. I can't think of any off the top of my head. My okay but he has certainly made. Extravagant claims almost never no sense gay people to death though he hasn't said no absolutely not. I mean that's not an extravagant claim. That's a grotesque. A nation of a statement extravagant claim would be something like. Oh yeah we didn't land on the moon or whatever you know just something nonsensical that trump believes he was re tweeting. Some cunanan people at some point so he certainly made some ridiculous allegation man. I gotta say. I miss trump's tweets. I do too. I don't think he's okay. He was entertaining. Yeah and joe biden. So far has not been entertaining late. I don't care about what they're doing in dc. But i am curious. Like what would trump be saying right now if he still had access to social media about apparently they're like putting him on trial now in the senate so that whole part of the impeachment procedure has begun so we don't get to hear what he has to say. His his lawyer came out and said that he's not getting due process so we know he'd be saying that this isn't due process. I i haven't followed the impeachment closely. I know it's happening. But i do find it either. I find it here. A bit scary. How the social media networks and the major tech companies of the united states just came together all at once to effective to effectively ban the sitting president from the internet. Yep that'd be pretty wild. I mean he can't contact us not. I don't have anything that i want to hear but call in. That's true six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty if donald trump is out there listening. Give us a call. We've said we've got room for him on the free. Talk live social. I mean if if don wants to sign up over social dot freetalklive dot com. He's going to be surrounded by a bunch of libertarians. Because that's the bulk of who has signed up for social dot freetalklive dot com but we will not censor his posts. Nope he is he. If he signs up its social dot freetalklive dot com. And you can too if you want. We also have a matrix surfer that people can find at chat dot freetalklive dot com. Which is like a decentralised. Federated discord alternative. Yeah kind of poly centric. I think is probably better better term but yeah it's also decentralized that it's not like corporate like discord in other news The bundy family is in the news again. This time militias in general have been in the news lately revolutionaries all of that because the leftists are back in charge in dc and every time they get in control. They always tried out the so-called domestic terrorists and start to see the news media focus in on militias and quote unquote domestic terrorism. Which is what they're labeling anybody. That was inside. The capitol building on january. Sixth the month ago what they've also included libertarians in their list of potential domestic terrorists despite the fact that libertarians adhere to the non aggression principle. This is true although they have a right to be concerned. Because some of the libertarians out there believed that it is adhering to the non aggression principle to go out and shoot cops in the streets so i mean it just depends on you. Know how they consider that their principal and how they want to put it to use you. You have a point but these militia groups. What's going on with them Bundy seems to be at cliven. Bundy i think is his name. Is that correct. This is actually ammon bundy. Cliven is his father. Okay they are the you can probably tell the story but at the night. Yeah there were. There was an issue. I don't know if it was not quite a decade ago but maybe twenty thirteen Cliven bundy had a ranch. Probably still does out in nevada and they were cancelled their catalan. This ranch and there were like ranch. Backed up to some eero blame management lands and they were letting the cattle graze on the blm lands not of land management and. They didn't like that and the government came after For whatever reason. I forgot all details anyway. There was a big standoff. Like an actual arm standup i think. Fbi building or a federal building taken over. It was really part of the story of six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty. This is free talk live. It's free talk five. Talk radio that you control in call in. Talk about whatever's on your mind at six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty with you tonight. It's aria funny and ian and bitcoin dot com for those watching it. It's a it's the best place for winning about cryptocurrency and as i was care carelessly getting out for those watching bitcoin. It's been a fascinating story. It's not too late to get into it. 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I can't wait to see it for more companies. I think that there was a story a long time ago. I mean i. I recall several years ago. Hearing that tesla at least some dealers were accepting it really. So even if the mother company wasn't accepting at the time. I think there were some of the dealers that were well. Hopefully we'll see more and you know chevrolet and all of these other companies beginning to accept crypto currency. Hey maybe even mcdonalds one day will accept bitcoin. You pay pal just came on board late last year. Your tesla coming on board test. One of the top five corporations in the united states as far as their market cap is concerned. So that's bigger than walmart. Tesla says they're gonna take crypto. That is actually. I mean it's it's not big in the same way in that wal got way more locations and more people work for it and that sort of thing but as far as a major company accepting bitcoin. That's probably the largest announcement we've seen so far excellent. I hope it continues. Because that's only going to drive the value of bitcoin up because it's becoming more and more useful it is even though it's not that useful in general because we're going to buy a fifty thousand dollar car a fifty dollar transaction fee. Isn't that pick no big deal. Yeah no doubt about that. But it's it's still disappointing to see how just expensive these transaction fees are. They were twenty dollar fees yesterday on bitcoin for next for the what they call the next block which for listeners. That don't know that's to get your bitcoin transaction processed and confirmed within the next ten minutes or so. That's what it costs. twenty. Not steve where they going up in. Popularity does that mean that the fees might go lower get higher. They're going to likely get higher unless the bitcoin programmers decide to do something to actually fix their network which they don't seem to have any plan whatsoever to do so because they're making too money off of it so this sucks for for bonnie because she just got paid in some bitcoin for doing some activism. I think it was not this past weekend but the weekend prior. We went to the governor's house for another protest where they arrested a footloose frank for being. Footloose i guess talking. You talked to the police and they arrested him for it. That videos up over it freaking dot com but some anonymous benefactor was contributing bitcoin. Anyone that showed up to this protests. They were giving fifty dollars worth of bitcoin. Well i mean that's cool. And i think that's a really cool thing for that person to do and and bonnie's it was her first Bitcoin that she had received and she. I gave her some bitcoin cash like a few months ago when we first met. Whoever this person is gave her actual bitcoin so fifty dollars worth the btc. Bitcoin fifty bitcoins to nobody. And now it's what it. What was it the last time you looked at it. Like sixty bucks worth sixty eight. It's gone up quite a bit in just the last week and twenty five percent for her to use us. That's the problem. If she ever has something she wants to use this for. Well sorry you really only have forty dollars worth of useful bitcoin because it might cost you twenty dollars a fee just to send it somewhere. Now you can send it for less than twenty twenty twenty. Just the next block fee. If you don't care when the thing confirms you could probably get the fee down to eight bucks but still that's not cheap and then going that low below the next block fee it might not actually get confirmed it might sit out there in the men poll for two weeks and then get back to your wallet eight bucks. It's not going to sit out there for two weeks at least not not right now but nonetheless. That's a hefty fee. it is. Yeah let's go to the phones. Who got scott calling from florida scott. You're on free talk. Live good evening. Aria bonnie and scott. What's what's on what's on. My mind is People americans losing track of the facts that are there are certain entities the trying to push the united states into war with iran. And that's the next one that's looming on the horizon and That up party primarily is a pack. The american israel public affairs committee aka the jewish poverty which which got us into war with iraq and afghanistan. Now they're working diligently very hard to get us embroiled in a war with iran and israel to here on the scene it on tv. The podcast that israel threatened that if if if it goes to war with iran That it expects the united states to To follow believe that. I did not know but that's not a surprise. I mean given that the united states federal government regardless of whether it's republican or democrat seems to walk hand in hand with that particular nation state. Really oh yes. And the reason why e and why does just because our congressmen and senators are frankly petrified evade pack because if they ever dared to oppose apec they are afraid of a appearing as anti semitic and hence will lose their seats. Nine arrack democrats have been doing some pretty messed up things to people of jewish heritage lately including not allowing them at some. Lgbt pride parades and things like that. So the democrats because they're these insane social justice warriors who have concluded that jews hate muslims and they've taken the side of the muslims and that particular dispute their friendlier. They viewed the muslims as being the greater sufferer in the equation. So that's the one they side with. The jews are bad because the jews hate the muslims. So they're just as racist as anyone else literally racist by saying that. Oh well all jews. Such and such hate muslims or whatever even though that's obviously not true because jewish people are different. They don't all have the same beliefs scott. Why don't you think it's a war with china that is on the horizon That to your right that that. The answer's obvious. I mean they'd be insane to go to war with china the us federal government. Up against china. I mean you're talking about two world superpowers. They're not that stupid. They're not going to go and do that. I mean it's going to be a challenge. It was a challenge for them to go up against afghanistan which was a bunch of people running around hiding in caves. Going up against iran would be a challenge on its own going up against china. That is not something. You're gonna wanna take on mission. Yeah i just wanna say that. We've we've already lost thousands of american soldiers in iraq and afghanistan and to lose and this is going to be like iraq and afghanistan. If we got into embroiled in a war with iran baked no mistake it could easily spread into world war thirty. And it's not worth getting. American boys killed in wars. At america's you know has more been to any other country in the world. This was all part of the complex to get another controlled the portals cut you off. Thank you so much for the call. I mean none of us here disagree. We don't want a worldwide. i read now but what. What does the american government going to do. It's hard to say. And i don't think they've been beating the drums of war with iraq frequently enough lately for that to be a realistic possibility. Maybe you think so. Six zero three two eight three s- looking for a great real estate investment. Consider new hampshire which is ground zero for the liberty movement. Your first call should be to mark worden from porcupine. Real estate is more than just a real estate agent. Easier new hampshire concierge. Where are the best places to live. Do you want farm city the burbs or forest. Do you want a duplex or multifamily buildings. So that renter's pay your mortgage their homes in all price ranges in new hampshire and mark and help with financing to invest in liberty and property. Mark gordon can help dot com It's free talk live. Talk radio that you control six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty as the paula. Line six zero three two eight three six one six zero with you tonight. It's arjen and bonnie and we're getting into the story from the almond. Bundy is his name. Ammon ammon who is organizing militia groups or something of that nature. Is this a nevada Believe he is either in nevada. Orrin utah. i'm not sure where he calls home as i was mentioning earlier. And then bundy is the son of cliven bundy or one of the sons of cliven bundy. That was in the news most of the decade ago for having a standoff with the federal government over the bureau of land management then. A few years later ammon bundy and some of his crew went and took over the malheur. Federal wildlife refuge of these events were years oregon. Yes we're years apart. Believe it was twenty sixteen when they did the malheur wildlife refuge takeover That actually resulted in one. Man being shot to death by The police in that particular situation and it was fairly dramatic and pretty interesting and outrageous. What went on then so. We don't follow the bundy family very closely. But from what. I've heard of them. They sound at least occasionally like fairly principled. Libertarians they support black lives matter and other cool teens code. Expect principled people to support good to know. I'm glad to hear that now. I don't follow them closely either but i. I am aware that they've been active in this sort of anti masking pro freedom facial freedom. Whatever you wanna call it movement and now the los angeles times is reporting out of idaho which may be where. He's based these days two dozen demonstrators pressed against the emergency room door screaming to be let in show us a law. They chanted let grandma out one shouted. They had descended on legacy salmon creek medical center in vancouver washington the evening of the twenty nine to protest the quarantine of gail meyer. Seventy four year old patient. Who had refused to take a test for the corona virus so they forced her to quarantine against her will. Apparently police in riot gear guarded. Entrances as the activists who authorities said. Were armed insisted that ms meyer was being held against her will acclaim. the hospital. denied myers forty nine year. Old daughter satin an anti mask activists as her caregiver had summoned the demonstrators foot soldiers in a rapidly expanding network called people's rights with the tap of the thumb on a smartphone members can call a militia like they'd call an uber and stage a protest within minutes. That sounds like a pretty cool piece of software. Yeah it sounds a lot like cell four one one so i'm curious to know what it is that they're using did say that they made it. I don't know anything about the software. Actually this is the first. I've gotten this deep into this story. So whether the la times is going to tell us what that is or not. I don't know Maybe somebody could look up people's rights. I know nobody. Our co host has been talking about this. He's been you know talking about connecting the ammon bundy group with like the new hampshire liberty community. You know the black lives matter group to try to bring people together of somewhat disparate belief systems but all of whom are being opposed by the government and try to bring them together sort of on the same page to oppose the government. I don't know how far he's gotten with that But in this case behind the organization is a familiar name ammon bundy. He's best known. As the leader of the two thousand sixteen occupation of the malheur national wildlife refuge in oregon a deadly forty one day standoff between federal agents and militants who rejected the federal government's authority over public lands across the west now he seized on the backlash against corona virus restrictions as an opportunity to start a new movement since last march when he launched people's rights which their website is people's rights dot org which he describes as a neighborhood watch on steroids. The has attracted tens of thousands of members sponsored more than fifty demonstrations across the country. Dispatching gun-toting toting activists to the homes of politicians health agency managers and even a police officer who arrested a protester expert to track extremists. Say the network has significant overlap. Well he's pretty hard core. But i don't know if i'd call him in emmett extremist. Well they love to call anybody. That's not pro government in extremist. Sure to the scary word right to to them. Anyone who is not in favor of the state is in extremist. If you're in favor of freedom every issue every time you're an extremist and you know to me it's not extreme to be in favor of peace which is ultimately what we're in favor of it would be insane not to be and there's plenty of people who are insane. I would agree. They have to be to actively. I mean there are people out there who actively want war with china or iran or russia or venezuela or any other countries. How insane do you really have to be to want a war with someone truly insane. In this case they don't want war they just want to be left alone seems but they're being dragged in of course with white supremacist groups claiming the l. a. times claiming they have quote significant overlap with white supremacist groups and other far-right organizations in that his whipped up paranoia and rage risking the lives of hospital workers health officers politicians and others in the crosshairs. It doesn't sound like they did that because they banged on some doors and shouted some stuff. I don't think anyone life. The no one. I think what they're saying that when they say they're risking their lives. That means that they aren't wearing masks. So that now is a threat to someone else's life by these people's viewpoint by people like the author here at the time and people like dennis guttered in new hampshire who has been threatening people with shooting them if they come near him without a mask on. I put it up because that may be really curious whether or not i was remembering correctly about. I'm in bundy. M black lives matter and it turns out i was. He stands in support of black lives matter effort today fund police. So i'm curious how the la times has decided there's overlap between this guy who stands a support. A black lives matter all supremacists all there has to be for them to claim. There's overlap is for one guy who's a white supremacist. To show up in a chat room for people's rights to remember that when the when the media starts linking everything and anything and everything to white supremacists. There's overlap on free talk live. we had. Chris cantwell as one of our talk. Show host. Now mind you before. He became a racist and when he became a racist. We kicked him off the air as a talk show host but they're still quote unquote overlap. Because we had him on and he was on free. Talk live after becoming a racist. That's true and we didn't ban him from the show entirely because we're freetalklive and we will let any a whole call in with whatever viewpoint they want to just makes himself look bad when he talks so why not let them still calls the show when he can. It's been a while but yes and we just had scott the biggest call in tonight. So i mean there's overlap with whatever he is whatever you wanna call that antisemitic would be i think an accurate description so they drag this through they drag the groups like this through the mud as much as they possibly can because they don't wanna actually talk to them and ask them questions they don't want to actually give this guy the opportunity to express himself because the l. a. times like most media outlets is one hundred percent favor of the state sure whatever the state decree religious apple whatever the state religion decrees which has wear a masks respect authorities. And that's not what the bundy's are known for or any of these militia groups. The existence of these militia groups has always been stated to be to defend ourselves from aggression by the government. I don't think has ever suggested there for anything else. Yeah and i don't know if people's rights is particularly a militia group exactly sounds like it's a protest organization. That's way it sounds. I don't know if you've pulled up their website. I did but you join over in order to access just about anything. I'm going to pull it up on my phone and take a look at it. You have a telegram. So there's that we have the potential for multiple malheur in multiple states in that any moment they could bring hardened far right. Activists often heavily armed into any one event this according to devin burghart the executive director for the institute for research and education on human rights. So then they really don't like the idea that these people are armed number one. That really seems to scare The folks i imagine it would scare the l. a. Time you spend. It doesn't give me any pause whatsoever. I feel safer when people around me are heavily armed indeed especially if they know what they're doing yes with With guns in october the seattle based organizations and the montana who writes network published in investigation. That found bundy had rapidly. Expanded people's rights by using his core. Far right paramilitary supporters with the mass base of new activists radicalized in protest of coronavirus restrictions. So he's outgrown. His group is good for him for that. I'm gonna look into it during the break as well. You can find out more about people's rights dot org let us know what you think about it though is he just organizing protests or is he actually planning piece militias six zero three two three six one. Six zero spreads talk live. Talk radio that you control as we were talking about earlier. We'll let anyone talk about anything about our how racist it is will argue with you. Know if you call an say things. That are incorrect or immoral. But we'll let you talk. I think racism is immoral. I would agree six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty is that columbine that six zero three two eight three six one six with you. Tonight it's aria bonnie and and we're talking about the bundy's who are in the music end now being linked to white supremacist overlapped between white supremacist. And fairly absolutely. I did look into these people rights organization and sadly it doesn't seem that they use an app. It looks like they just use a web interface. Oh so it's all done on their reporting where to gather and what's happening. It's cool that there are now five people in southwestern new hampshire who have signed up really and they're very privacy friendly guy you have to have signal in order to receive your coach to create your account neat and they have telegram which is always good and i. It's got a messaging system that i have looked into is supposedly encrypted as well just sending messages to other users so have to say so far. I'm impressed in it. Sounds like if they won an app they should contact nobody and find a way of implementing cellphone one into this. I know that nobody our co host had had the intention of reaching out to that group. So i don't know what status he has reached out to them. I think he wants to apt to be like in a usable state. 'cause we inherited for listeners. That don't know sell for on. One is a an app that was created. probably twenty fifteen by actually a listener. Freetalklive virgil the duva. And he did an amazing job at making this great little simple easy to use emergency alerts app where you can have your friends get the app and then You can all sort of create what they call cells These aren't terrorist cells. There peace peace sells but the idea is to have these cells of people that you know maybe one for your family one for your friends or whatever you can put them. You can have as many of these things as you want. And so then the thing is happening to you. That's bad you know your house catches on fire. Someone's having a medical emergency the cops pull you over. You know whatever it is. That's going on. you can send an alert. That goes out to the cells that you choose and it's an amazing app that has been used for a long time here in new hampshire by the activists community here in in too much success. Unfortunately virgil came into some tough personal times late last year and he wasn't able to kind of keep up the app and these sorts of things need to be kept up. You have to like date with your goals. Dates got update a thing. So you can't just like release the app and just let it be you to like take care of it and so he wasn't able to do that anymore. And the current version of the app that people can find working depends. So if you're on it should work fine for you if you're on android there's a new version that's going to becoming out hopefully as soon as sometime later this week. We're in the process right now of trying to figure out what to do to get this thing online. There's a what's new required. So nobody's in the midst of writing that But we're close. We're close to actually having some of what we would call showstopper level bugs fixed with cell phone once the version i'm using i had to download from some third party app store because it was delisted from google for not being updated. Yeah and i don't know if it ever got updated get realistic. But it wasn't fixed at the time so it's going to be fixed but it had the fix hasn't been uploaded so we will let you know when that happens. So that's what i'm saying like. Nobody's probably not banging down and mondays door because the isn't quite ready for primetime once it is. That's definitely something that he intends to reach out. I look forward to beta testing. Yeah absolutely well. There's actually a special group for that. So remind me later i can. I can drive in there so back to the story here from the los angeles times where they're trying to smear and then bundy by suggesting that he is associated with Right wing racist groups even though he's personally in favour of as you mentioned black lives matter and defunding the police. Which are i mean. Generally white supremacists like the police because generally police are white supremacists. That's they have their origins. That's true You mean catching slaves the police. Yeah that's right so according to l. a. times dot com. The investigators looked into the group which is called people's rights their website people's rights dot org. They found the network had twenty thousand members in sixteen states in an interview late last month near his home in idaho. Bundy claimed it had grown to almost fifty thousand people in thirty five states last the la times realize that the more stories like this they write the more people sign up for people's rights dot. Org i don't know but don't tell them because this is good last fall. Facebook removed an undisclosed number of people's rights pages from its platform. Deeming the network a militarized social movement. Well now i know. I'm interested because facebook saying it's bad than it must be worth looking at it so far. Nothing i've seen on here is bad. I mean they basically asked the same thing that sell for one s you know when the police show up or when you need help you're going to call your friends because your friends won't shoot you. They ask almost literally the same question here. So who will you contact when your rights are threatened. You will call your neighbors. Yeah they're like less likely to shoot you almost entirely unlikely to shoot you. Bundy said his soul cause was defending freedoms guaranteed under the constitution. Even for lgbtq people in black lives matter activists whose views he may oppose now again. That's not a quote from bundy. That's just what the l. a. Times said he never said. I'm curious now what his on. Lgbt people are. I mean he's probably a right wing conservative. But i don't know i've never talked to the guy. He's very libertarian. Actually did we talk to him. I think we actually did talk. To one of the bundy's i may have talked tamin bundy in the past honestly. But it's been a very long time so going on here. He said he never supported. President trump and he didn't vote in the last two presidential elections in two thousand sixteen. He was in prison awaiting trial in this past november. He didn't see a point so obviously he's not your typical if he's a conservative. He ain't your typical now. He is definitely closer to libertarian. Based on everything i've seen. He has conservative in contending the twenty or the kobe nineteen death. Toll is massively exaggerated. He said that trump should have worked hard churches and businesses open nonetheless. He encouraged his followers to go to washington for the now infamous january sixth rally to distribute leaflets in display people's rights banners to recruit more members. He did say that. He condemned the siege on the capital. Was that because it was pointless and it didn't achieve anything or it was just some some angry republicans role playing as protesters. Apparently he was also arrested. According to a photograph here in this article in the idaho state house in boise on august twenty six of last year was arrested and wheeled out in an office chair or what appears to be a wheelchair here so maybe doing a little civil disobedience. It looked like not sure what that was about. Bundy is carrying out a family tradition. He is the fourth of fourteen children in a mormon family. Grew up on a nevada rancher. Seventy four year old father cliven became a hero to extreme libertarians. In the west wing. Extreme libertarian that just sounds cool when they say it like that. Extreme libertarian. Extremist libertarian the when he stopped paying grazing fees in nineteen ninety-three claiming his family had ancestral rights to run its cattle on public land and the government's ownership claims violated the constitution and in bundy left the ranch as a young man. I for minnesota for two years of mormon mission service and then to southern utah university later moving to phoenix where he ran a truck repair business for fourteen years in two thousand fourteen. He stood with militias. That rallied behind his father's 'cause when fbi agents arrived at the nevada ranch with a court order to confiscate the family's cattle the government backed down to avoid bloodshed raising the family stature in far right circles in the part of the storm right. Yeah i thought. They said he was libertarians. That was his fans but that's what they said. The media loves make libertarian. Seem like right wingers. That's what they like you. They they want to try to make libertarian. Same even more far-right than anyone else. Even though the reality of it is is libertarians. Agree with right wingers on some things and left-wingers on other things. It's embarrassing what what part i don't want people to think i'm a right winger. I agree unfortunately my way to make them think. I also am the chairman of the republican committee. Which is a whole other issue entirely. But i've also been a democrat and run for for governor. So i get called a leftist a lot to. I'll do whatever. I need to do to get the ideas of liberty out basically according to this now the thing. They're not mentioning here. Oh no they do mention it. Okay so an important point about the original bundy story is charged. A bunch of these people in the bundy ranch situation. And weren't they all acquitted. Almost all of them were acquitted except for the ones that took plea deals at. This is why you don't take the plea. You really shouldn't the next year bundy. His wife moved to emmet idaho. Which is the farming town turned bedroom community outside of boise. He said that god had soon called him support. Dwight him in junior and his son steven oregon ranchers sentenced to prison for setting fires on federal lands and in january of two thousand sixteen. He led an armed group that seized headquarters the headquarters of the malheur. Federal wildlife refuge demanding. The government relinquish ownership in free. The hammett's did they do so. Of course that's tragic but still effort man. That's hard core taking over federal building. They did and they occupied it for like forty something days more on this story when we get back six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty. What do you think is he just a troublemaker. Is he an anarchist. What is he is he out there trying to. Maybe even one hundred six zero three two eight three six one six zero. This is free talk. Live bitcoin dot. Com is the best source for learning about crypto currency. Go there now. Click on get started at the top of the page. Once you do that. 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He's been just on it with some really interesting twitter posts and this whole double masking thing is truly truly like religious zealotry. Yeah i had to stop at this one. Just share it with people on the eb as per some experts recommendations doesn't even know why she's putting onto masses just because quote. Some expert told her to truly truly sad. But that's not really what we're talking about here to know. i'm. I'm sure we'll get into it at some point. I want to get back to the bundy story. Because i find that far more encouraging for the future of freedom than do these idiots putting onto mass for some reason. I well somebody else did it. So they're going to do it too. Yeah someone some authorities said so so okay But anyway the ammon bundy. I did check by the way we interviewed ryan bundy which is one of the brothers of and bundy's so in the past this was in two thousand fourteen after the wildlife that was before the wildlife refuge situation. But after the cliven bundy oka standoff. Sony listeners Just tuning in ammon is the son of cliven bundy. And he's the guy who led the wild wildlife refuge Situation in two thousand sixteen. Where a. I a couple dozen people this federal property and it was in the middle of wintertime. So it wasn't like they took over an active like occupied site. It was shut down for the winner. Okay and they took that over. And then according to the story here at the los angeles times the oregon ranchers are sorry. The so bundy led this group in two thousand sixteen. That sees the headquarters of the malheur refuge. Bundy was arrested during a traffic. Stop outside of the refuge and eventually tried on weapons and conspiracy charges a militant who fled. The stop was shot and killed that. That man had a name. I forget what it was Offhand just referring to him as a militant By the way the man who fled the stop was not a danger to anyone. He did not shoot at anyone but the cops murdered him right there. They're running away. That's correct in a startling verdict. In october of two thousand sixteen bundy and other defendants were acquitted by jurors who found the federal prosecutors had failed to make their case. Wow yeah it was an amazing verdict. A series of verdicts more than one is. There's some documentary about this. Because it's good question. I don't know The families aura of invincibility only grew a judge declared a mistrial in a criminal conspiracy case against bundy his brother ryan who interviewed and their father for the two thousand fourteen nevada ranch standoff saying government lawyers had suppressed evidence the cattle outside of bunkerville nevada continue to graze on public land despite more than one million in unpaid fees. Bundy kept a low profile. Back in idaho where he managed rental properties and restored vintage vehicles with his children the pandemic and resistance to the government telling people what to do set the stage for his return to activism. I love it. You can't keep a good activist down nope you know. Once you've once you've stood up for freedom you don't ever want to cower again. Yeah once you've told the state no you want to keep telling it no. That's right in march because that is what freedom ultimately is is the freedom to say no and be respected in your choice because we can say no and they'll put you in jail cell. But in his case he actually was able to say no and they didn't put him in a jail cell because on juries actually backed him up which is amazing So in march he gathered several dozen supporters in a warehouse that he owns in idaho in his first public act. The group defied republican governor brad. Little stay at home directive and held an easter service for about sixty people now by the way at the same time we were doing. some public. Acts here in new hampshire and we have not gotten the same media coverage now to be fair. We didn't have as many people. Didn't we go to an easter service. Actually you and. I don't know if it was easter but we did go to a church service. I don't remember when it was. It was too late in the year to be easter. but we did nightcap. So when the governor here in new hampshire chris. New created his so-called stay at home order. We went out the same night the the very night it went into effect. That's correct we went out. We were literally there a minute. After it went into effect like at the exact same time we were out partying with open containers in central square. And we did it for thirty six weeks in a row and only recently stopped because it's like seven degrees and centuries of snow everywhere right now. Presumably when it's warmer will reap. Hopefully we won't have to return. But i'm sure nightcap will return if only because it was a good time was a damn good. I went to a new fund. That's right just one. Was it just the one. I just went. Well you'll have to come back to more. Because i suspect there will be a demand to bring it back This year so anyway. I went and held a church service. Which can people are being told not to do this in the same month. Police arrested sarah brady and anti vaccine activists for allegedly trespassing during an anti lockdown protests at a playground closed due to corona virus restrictions. That's we've had something similar happen here. lady in Concord was arrested not at the playground but later on several months later for taking her kids to a playground. That was closed. Why did they arrest her several months later. And what did they arrest her for. I don't recall. i think it was disorderly. Okay i think her name is rochelle. She actually was at our new year's eve party. Oh as a matter of fact she was the one wearing. The tide is shirt and she was doing some dancing. So bundy publicized. The address of the officer who arrested ms brady and let about forty people to outside of his home a tactic. The governor called disgusting. But i fully support. They picked up this lady at her home. That's right the one we're talking about anyway. These government bureaucrats think that they should just be able to keep their jobs separate from their home lives. They think that we should respect the idea that they should have privacy and their family lives in their personal homes and so on and so that their off duty after five o'clock in the afternoon i will allow that if their laws will stop going into effect when they're at home right when they're like. Oh no. I'm not the governor now. I'm just chilling with my found. Now okay then. Your laws don't apply right now. As soon as they stop arresting people in their homes as soon as they stop reporting people's lives by arresting peaceful people for not harming others than i will respect them and leave them alone in their homes and their people's homes just when they get a piece of paper from themselves saying that it's okay direct. Yeah man and aerob- writes a piece of paper and then men with guns come in and ruin people's lives shoot dogs shoot innocent peaceful people into cribs. They shoot cat scientists. Look that up since you're here. Are they basically cats to you. What possible threat is a cat to a human being well. They've shot caged dogs before. So i mean what possible threat because that have been. I'm not making any more than the more this discussion goes on. So people's rights continued to expand establishing hundreds of chapters that bundy organized with the aim of being able to dispatch ten protesters to a scene in ten minutes. One hundred in one hundred minutes in two thousand and one thousand minutes instructed each chapter to launch teams to train in secret for paramilitary operations to defend members from criminals or government agents. Or do i repeat myself. That line was not in the la times but anyway going on in july he led demonstrators to a public building in idaho in town called caldwell where they tried to barge into a meeting of officials who were discussing whether to impose a local mask mandate. This is not your building. Bundy shouted s. He's shoved demand guarding the doorway. The meeting was cancelled though. The health board eventually decided to recommend wearing masks in public the next month he and some supporters forced their way past state troopers into an idaho. State house gallery that was closed. Because of the pandemic how do they. That doesn't sound like reality. How do you force yourself past state troopers without getting arrested. Well police did arrest him twice in two days. Finally wheeling him out of the building in an office chair charged with trespassing and obstructing officers he was banned from the capitol for year. In november people's rights members carrying tiki torches gathered in front of the boise mayor. Lauren mcleans house to protest. The virus health restrictions. Many of their roughly thirty demonstrators were not wearing masks and several shouted opposition to a city call for residents to report businesses violating pandemic risk regulations. One woman yelled snitching. Get stitches love. It sounds like he's doing good work. Yeah there's more you want it. Absolutely what do you think about the bundy's it sounds to me like they're they're doing the right. I support it. I haven't seen anything here. That i i disagree with it so far so far just about everything i've seen from mormon activism has been just awesome. True they're also behind the gold back horns that was one of the activists things. I was thinking about six zero three two three sixty sixty s the call. Line that six zero three two eight three six one six zero. This is free talk live. it's free talk. 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The twenty eight through july the fourth at rogers campground. We see there again. Fork fest dot. Party is the website. Well let's go to the phones. Apparently some sports ball thing happened over the weekend. I heard about that and some people are really upset. Tell us about that third ferguson. Yeah well i Heard earlier today that That particularly i mean the most insane people in my opinion. And i've been calling for over year on how insane the less has been becoming. They're really angry that the tampa bay buccaneers beat the kansas city chiefs Over the weekend and not because not because they like the not because they yuks are the better team not because they Support the oxygen in any in any measurable amount more than than to kansas city chiefs. But only because tom brady. Who is the quarterback. I guess who. Who i guess. Some point got traded to the buccaneers Because he's white and and the quarterback for the chiefs is black and they're mad that the white quarterback beat the black quarterback. There really offended about. Where are you seeing this. I haven't seen this well well. There's there's a twitter storm. That's been kicking up Among some of the blue checkmark books politics morons out there including commentators. Like lisa hendricks and michael smith michael holly dna dna any of these people are. I wouldn't say that this reflects on all leftists just seems like you saw some crazy people talking on twitter of presumably there's black and white people on both teams Usually i'm not. I didn't say anything about race on both sides but but listen but these are just some of the The liberals that have been Really angry and upset that That the black quarterback through the white quarterback and by the way we collect quarterback beat the white quarterback the beat the black quarterback. Oh yeah yeah the white quarterback feet the blackboard tom. Yeah that's the only reason they're mad about this. By the way. I would be mad about the lack of masks once the game was over. This just makes me. Sports to me is pretty mindless as is but that makes it even dumber for people to be arguing about sports because one guy has a skin color that they don't like i mean that's basically what you're talking about seems like a small group of people. I haven't heard of this on my phone. You said it was a twitter storm. Whatever that means yup yup and and by the way. I should say this because this is this is pretty insane to be out of us aren't accidentally like monitoring twitter or watching twitter feeds or anything like that no. I do go on twitter on occasion. While i'm on the toilet. Just twitter belong just to see what some people who haven't made the switch to mastodon are still doing over there and by the way i should say that i'm not the one you saw this on twitter. The independent media is covering speak already because of of how much this is blowing up on twitter. But these people are also mad. Because tom brady for four years ago was seen with a maga hat in his locker. And they're angry because he he wasn't canceled ever because of that wasn't fired or cancelled because He owns a maga half and that also was really upsetting to the liberals and And i think this is insane. I just can't imagine being so upset. Over what other people do you know. And what other. People are spending their money on or spending their time on. I mean these people obviously obviously have nothing better to do. Maybe that's because they've locked themselves in their homes for the last year and they just don't have a life they have nowhere to go right. I don't know. I just don't understand the obsession with other people's anything keep in mind. These are all the brunch liberal to these are all the liberals that have everything handed to them on a silver platter and And it's really funny. I think because You know jerome always calls it and talks about. What a racist. Donald trump is and the and how he's been like been like this. This this This this this really obnoxious Unpleasant and The dividing racist over the past four years when he was the president. But it happens to be the liberals here that are mad that Just a white guy. Beat a black guy and i would really like to hear what jerome has stayed about that because this isn't coming from donald trump. This is coming to you on a weekend. Jerome i think is exclusively a weekend radio listener. So he's probably not barbara bonney. I'm just gonna say. Third ferguson is really generalizing here. he's talking about all. I don't like any generalizing. He's talking about all leftists of they all are dumb enough to act like this. And i really don't think that there's a big problem of people talking about this. Even of twitter has some people being loud about it. I'm not generalizing. i'm just. I'm i'm talking about really specific. I'm talking about really specific people here. And i even named off a couple of them specifically to are acting like a bunch of mark and i and i just morons on twitter tired. Thank you so much for the call the update you read off some names from people that i've never heard of who sounds like they're saying some pretty stupid things. If you wanna find morons on twitter just search for double masking plenty there. I think is more interesting that nobody's wearing masks in tampa all the sudden. I have a friend from italy. And she lived in italy all twenty twenty but she just moved to florida and she put posted a video of herself at like a club or a bar in tampa like the night of the super bowl and she was panning around the room. It was just a bunch of young people really close to each other dancing and talking and drinking and none of them like there was like one mask and the entire video. I watched it i. I was stunned. When i saw the ending of the super bowl because we watched at work and the number of people not wearing masking their booths and as they mingled and they celebrated with people after the game it was encouraging to see so few people wearing masks. I remember remarking at that moment. I bet this is already going viral on twitter from people complaining about the fact that they're not wearing masks. That's what i expect people to be upset about. Not the fact that tom brady is white and the other guy was black. That is of no consequence whatsoever except people who obsess over race and people who obsess over people who obsess over race. Yeah i'm just rolling through here looking at people talking about double masking. And how proud they are about it. Definitely virtue signaling. Yep some of them are saying that it hurts their ears but they're doing it anyway because some experts said so. I thought it was more comfortable though some. You know everybody's got a different opinion about it. But some of them are saying it is more comfortable to wear the double mass comey. Here's this one person presumably just shopping stops to take a selfie of herself and tax it double masking at the best buy. Yep she just wants to show everybody yes. There is no other points at this. I've never just walking through the store thought now. It's a great time to stop and take a selfie that double masking now What do you think about this. Virtue signal may be turned his right. Maybe it's a problem what these people are saying on twitter. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero against six zero three two eight three six one six zero look. I'm sorry but you're in for a world of pain. If you use coin omi the reason is their wallet. Doesn't support payments. 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They have and you think you it means they care three times as much exactly vin or money explains this rather well as you found yeah Then was the one who suggested searching for double masking the first place and he points out on his twitter which is at vr monte. He says that double masking is a thing. Helps you understand that you are dealing with a religious phenomenon. When masks become mandated as they are in a lot of the united states right now and elsewhere in the world wearing the mask is no longer a signal of church of woke membership therefore the second mask must be added to signal willing participation. And indeed when you see the people with the double masks what you'll see in a lot of cases is that they will purposely wear contrasting masks so they'll have like a white mask and then overtop or over top of a black mask or vice versa or something like that that way. You know that they're wearing masks. Does it make it clear right. Because if they were wearing to the exact same type of mask you'd have to look carefully. You'd have to really look at them to see if they were wearing masks but many might not know how much they care right. So it's important for them to signal that and Yeah so this person on twitter says i believe some of y'all aren't triple masking. Yes and this is serious. The these are people being totally serious. I've always been double masking sometimes. Even triple masking. i prefer no masking about. They weren't about they've just been doing more masks. I've always been triple masking hits. It's distressing but we are covering good news at the moment or at least refreshing news. That isn't about crazy people. It's about people actually fighting for their rights and therefore the people at the los angeles times think that's crazy. Well of course they do but they also think that you know wearing three layers of fabric over your faces. A good idea for a politician said so so therefore it must be true and some expert. According to this person on twitter said so. do you want to continue with Ammon bundy absolutely going on there so listeners. just tuning in we're talking about ammon bundy's new organization and new. As of the last year he created it. I think in march of twenty twenty called people's rights. The website is people's rights dot oregon to the los angeles times credit. They did link to his website so that was nice so but now they've done everything they can to bad mouth him Since that point but They're talking about how this organization has chapters all across the united states now he is claiming as many as fifty thousand members of this group and the idea is that it's a group of people. Maybe they don't all agree on everything but they will come together to the defense sort of the mutual defense of their network when called upon and we sort of liken this to sell four one one which is an app that does similar things. That hopefully will have some good news for you about later on this week but Just to to bring you up to speed here. So back to the store from the los angeles times. They're talking about some of the activism that they've done over the last year like going to the boise mayor's house and protesting outside carrying torches and there were a couple dozen demonstrators out there not wearing masks shouting opposition to a city call for residents to report businesses for violating pandemic regulations. They also protested in the state house. Where bundy was twice arrested in two days there and is now banned from the capitol for a year as a result of about now what about the rights of citizens to petition their senators representatives. Or whatever doesn't matter they'll ban you from wherever they want in fact banned. footloose frank. Who was arrested at the governor's house from coming back within a thousand feet of the governor's house really. Yeah as part of his bail. conditions The next month boise area health board. Shut down its own meeting after a county. Commissioner tearfully interrupted the proceedings to say she had to rush home because people's rights demonstrators were harassing. Her family actually saw this clip. It's pretty entertaining. It's probably not them harassing her family. Right it's just protesting. She says my twelve year old son is home alone right now and protesters are banging outside the door. She said now when people didn't flip out there she left her twelve year old home alone. I mean i was staying at home by myself when i was twelve years old. But that's not acceptable in today's society staying at home at like seven babysitter. No how at twelve. the interview. Last month held at a restaurant. In emmett idaho where he lives where masks are optional and few people wear them. Bunny bundy defended. His group's methods saying the government society are deteriorating. That courts are unjust. Legislature tramp re legislatures trample rights and families allow the state to educate an influence their children. We can't disagree with any of that. No he's right. People will need more and more to be able to find security. He said and he said protests could achieve results much faster than lawsuits citing demonstration that his group staged at a june hospital or at last june at a hospital in olympia washington. Hospital officials at the time weren't allowing a couple to be with their newborn after the mother tested positive for the corona virus quote within an hour and a half. We had a couple of hundred people there and a couple of thousand people coming once. The hospital started to see literally a presence of people. They retracted their position. Blamed it on the government's health department and released the baby to the parents. Angela effective providence. Saint peter hospital spokeswoman disputed the accuracy of bundy's account but said that the patient confidentiality prevented her from discussing. The case asked with hospital staff members were given a chance to explain their reasoning for isolating. The baby bundy said no. He said you don't get to take somebody's baby and think you have a side of justice. It was black and white last month at the hospital. Protest in vancouver washington. Kelly stuart that people's rights coordinator for the area narrated livestream video on bundy's youtube account that ultimately attracted more than seventy thousand views. The video shows a protester trying to pry open the locked. Double doors and a deputy sprang chemical irritant in his face. The protesters cheered when the hospital released. Meyer whose tearful daughter wheeled her out and helped her into a van freedom. A man yelled stewart. A longtime bundy compatriot berated law enforcement for siding with the hospital. Instead of the protesters. She said that right wing activists who joined back the blue rallies last summer and waved american flags with blue lines had been duped quote. We're starting to learn your actually the standing army. Our founders warned us against there just dangerous tired. She said we're having a blue line flag burning party tonight. Oh better late than never for sure. I love the i gotta say credit to richard reid. The author here. That's a great way to end that story. Oh that's that's the ending that they're going to blue. Burn the blue line flags that's awesome. That's not a bad idea. either. I don't want to encourage the blue line. Flag people buying them in order to burn up similarly. They already had them because they were supporting their own. Blue line. flag isn't that case which is awesome. That is a good innings. I hope they made video of that too. That would have made a great video. It's good to see that you know. His activism is proving successful and that people are beginning to see the police for what they are. Which are the enforcers of tyranny for the state. They're not anything else. No doubt and it's also good to see them using as you mentioned earlier that technology Like telegram and signal. These are better than facebook kind of organizing methods. They're not the best. they're still centralized you know. Telegram is still a company. Not a mega company like facebook. But it's still accompanying the they have taken down some chat rooms On their platform so for the most safe form chatting on the internet. You gotta go with the matrix you really need to look into. You don't have to use our server but if you wanna check it out go to chat dot freetalklive dot com and their There's instructions step by step instructions on how to connect to that server and matrix is decentralized. It's poly centric meaning that there's different matrix servers all around the globe. So if you've got somebody that knows what they're doing like we do like an. It guy he can set that up for you can have your own server or you can use one of ours. For instance you can use our server. Make your own chat room there if you want to. It is cool technology. You're right they do use a lot of these technologies. That are very familiar. Libertarians in addition to telegram in order to even sign up for the site. You have to have signal because they have to send you a text message and whatever it is that they do it has to send you an encrypted text message. They won't assume you'll receive just garbage if you don't have signal now. I like that feature signal doesn't send texts anymore. They only use their their network. Now so you won't receive anything if you don't have signal six zero. Three two eight three sixty one. Sixty is the color. You can talk about anything on your mind. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero. We're going to move on here at. This is free. talk live It's free talk. Live six zero three two eight three six one. Six zero is the color line. Six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty and i wanna tell you about any pay two point. Oh it's here. In crypto payments are now faster than ever. If you're using the edge wallet hand cash. Bitcoin dot com or dash wallets in those cases. Your experiences will be smooth but some wallets aren't ready for the impressive new technology and the people behind those wallace need to hear from you. The wallet users so visit any pay. I see dot com slash upgrade to learn why some popular wallets are incompatible with any pay and reach out to the wallet programmers and encourage them to make payments perfect to any pay. Inc dot com slash upgrade. I had a perfect payment today at the wonderful taco. Biondo in hillsborough new hampshire. I had one two today. Actually from mighty moo smarts. 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Dug in deep in history and All this huxley and those fellas and the brainwashing the the media. The sports is intended to be a distraction. You talking about nineteen eighty-four that would be what was wrong. Similar alan watts was canadian and he used to have a website. He went over to england and read the history books. The books not on the computer. Read the books Delic guy. Isn't alan watts like psychedelic Sort of something in the background there. Mike it's the same. It's the same name but different person. Different guy okay. Well there's no doubt that that the sports is definitely part of the bread and circuses right to keep people distracted and keep the ignorant. I don't know about that being the sole purpose on them they. It's good to have some things that distract you from your daily life now and then and i don't think those ideas necessarily bad everybody's got to have a hobby everybody's gotta have something to To pass the time you play video games when you get the get the time for it or or whatever. Everybody's got the thing that they do. That ticks away. The seconds until are inevitable demise and sports is one of those things. My dad loves sports. it's really cute. Well i did see that. The super bowl is at the lowest ratings it has had in decades. Yeah i think apparently five was the last time it was this low. I thought it was. I mean they said decades a really oh. I didn't look at the article. That was just the headline that i saw. Okay so yeah. I didn't look at any articles about it either. So that's good news for our caller there if people are if he believes that sports is this sort of opiate of the masses then that means that fewer people are watching at the very least watching football american football. Mike thank you so much for the call. He needed to get his phone under control. It sounded like a little noisy there. I started hearing stuff in the background. I've got to put a stop to this about that. So rush limbaugh is ailing and so is the conservative talk radio industry and i picked this. Because i know a topic that you love discussing. At least i did not know. I was not aware that the talk radio industry is predominantly conservative. You didn't know that. Oh yeah so absolutely. There was a time in the arts over a decade ago when the leftist tried to do talk radio and they launched a thing called air america and it just it sailed over like a lead balloon. Did not go very well. They had a bunch of money like venture capital investor types and they ran out of money and shut down their writing. There are probably no more than a handful of Quote unquote progressive. Talk stations broadcasting in america. Today and we've been station say tend to be younger people and younger people. Don't listen to the radio. I mean that could be a factor in it but for whatever reason there's just not a whole lot of money i guess in people being willing to sponsor those stations for some reason why that is so rush limbaugh. The most successful talk radio host in history is and so is the medium medium. He helped revolutionize over the last thirty years based with aging and shrinking audiences competition from newer technologies in financial problems for the biggest station owners. Talk radio is in decline about as a business and a political force once a leading platform for popularizing conservative candidates. Some policies talk. Radio is now on the verge of becoming background. Noise drowned out by cacophony of voices on podcast cable. Tv and social media. Who's writing the story. Msn dot com. You find them to be exaggerating. Well i find it to be an exaggeration. Talk radio was ever any kind of a motivational thing. Or i forget the word they use their. That suggested that it was once this great organizational thing and i think that a lot of talk show host wanna make themselves seem like they're that big of an influence but i don't think they are. They're just people who talk on the radio and they have opinions and they want to believe that people will follow them or whatever. But i don't think there's any real evidence for that. The formats crisis comes biggest. Star is battling to stay on the air indeed. He's battling for his life. Limbaugh seventy has been frank about his struggle with what he said. Last year's advanced lung cancer he was a smoker for a long time from what i understand his uncertain future. Confronts the talk radio business and conservatism generally with the prospect of losing most galvanizing figure says sleeping from local local station is sacramento to nationally. Syndicated stardom in nineteen eighty eight Limbaugh has been the bullhorn behind every important conservative initiative from the contract with america in the mid ninety s to the tea party movement of the obama area era too the ascent of donald trump not the contract with america. I've heard about this before. Was it this like where conservative. republicans pledged to be conservative. and they didn't and they made a new pledge sometime in the two thousands to do the same. It sounds vaguely familiar. And yeah surprise. The politicians told you a lie and rush limbaugh all along the way making excuses. I'm sure for these people. I mean there's no doubt that limbaugh deserves a lot of credit for essentially being sort of the granddaddy of talk radio in its current form. So he does. He definitely deserves that. Credit article makes it sound like he's responsible for from the shifts like originally. You had to pay to get a show on your radio station. And it sounds like according to this article that he was the one who came up with the idea of oh no we can just sell them airtime and they can have the show for free if they will run it. No rush limbaugh is actually one of the few paid shows. Meaning that stations actually pay rush limbaugh whereas ninety nine percent of talk shows out there do not get paid from the station's thereon. We're on one hundred ninety radio stations over the entire week here on free talk live. So that's how many stations carry the show right. And they do not pay a dime to air free talk live and that's true for almost every show that they've got on the air unless they've got rush in which case then they're paying based on their market size so larger markets pay more for rush than smaller markets. Do basically. they're going to pay about as much as they would pay a local talk show host to do that. Slot so rush is a insanely expensive show. Sounds like it yeah. Early in the coronavirus pandemic limbaugh told told listeners that the virus was no worse than the common cold and that the the news media had weaponized the crisis to hurt trump. He floated the fringe theory that the virus created in chinese laboratory as a bioweapon a few weeks before the november election. He devoted to hours of his program to worshipful trump interview. After trump lost he amplified the president's lies about voter fraud and at one point suggested that conservative states might secede from the union and then walked that back of course he's a coward the next day trump for his part awarded limbaugh the presidential medal of freedom during the state of the union speech last year and it goes on with a little bit about trump. Limbaugh here. I said trump limbaugh rush. Limbaugh the isn't super important because certain conservative. Talk radio's problem is a so much. How many people are listening as who the audience. They grew up with nba's now quite gray largely people sixty five and older fewer than eight percent of those who regularly listen to talk. Radio are twenty five to fifty four according to nielsen research. Meanwhile yes meanwhile plain old. Am fm radio. The primary medium for programs is rapidly losing ground to newer technology such as satellite radio streaming audio and podcasts. Only fifty percent of those surveyed by edison research last year listed terrestrial radio stations as their first listening choice in a car. The shifts makes someone like comedian. Joe rogan libertarian. I don't know about that either. With a hugely popular podcast quotes that next rush limbaugh. 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Six zero tonight are funny and we're here on talk radio talking about talk radio because it's it's sort of a state of flux right now it is but with the rise of podcasting and people doing shows on youtube. I mean we're video as well. I mean it's not like we're failing to adapt with the changes that are happening but a lot of places are among those. I presume i'm sure rush. Limbaugh does video as well doesn't he. He does as i understand it. you gotta pay naturally see ours is free you can watch us on dot freetalklive dot com or twitch dot freetalklive dot com. You can watch us later on youtube if you want to do that for whatever stupid reason by the way. I talked to jeremy from library over this weekend. They had the porcupine day festivities in new hampshire on saturday. Actually a bonnie. And i both went to took the night off from the show to go to this. This was the five year celebration at the free state. Project held to sort of call closed their five-year move window. That started in february of two thousand sixteen so it is now over. That doesn't mean the free state project is is over. They're going to continue recruiting people to to migrate here. As as i think that they should do. I used to think that they should shut down but they convinced they They they were pretty persuasive that they've been doing really well in the last couple of years. Anyway jeremy kaufman. Who's the founder of library. Which is a decentralized blockchain based video hosting service which is an awesome thing by the way l. d. r. y. dot com. He was there. And i did speak with him. They are in the testing process of doing streaming non library. And so we're sort of on the shortlist of shows that they they may be coming to. I mean they wouldn't get kicked off right. I would hope that they wouldn't kick us off because they came to us a long time ago about librarian. Free talk live is on librarian. Free keen on library so it seems like a no brainer that we should also be streaming to To their new website which is called odyssey o. d. y. s. e. Okay so that sort of put a front end if you will onto the whole library thing. And so they're competing with with youtube as a decentralized system what i did learn about library streaming. It's actually still centralized so it's not peer to peer streaming. They're not doing that but they do their own. Centralized streaming service like are. We should be on that. So hopefully we'll have something to announce about that sooner rather than later awesome. I keep intending to put bad movie club on library. But i haven't actually gotten around to it. We watched a push versus well wolf sunday and it was. I cannot recommend it not even as a bad movie. It was one of those made for scifi bad movies that you know was going to bet and it's trying to be bad for the scifi channel. Yeah okay and it's just it's not enjoyable. There was no humor in it. I regret the fact that i watched that there was no shark nato. Then i haven't watched shark nato. I did watch shark and saw women's prison massacre and there's video of that if you wanna check out that's bad movie club dot. Us oh really yeah. Let's just four star youtube channel. But us you know that money goes to the us government. Right i didn't so i did not know that. Then that's the url at the moment. So what do you recommend like what you've you've been doing this bad movie club for. How many weeks now. Maybe two months. What's the worst. What's the best worst movie you. You've seen killer. Raccoons too dark christmas and the dark style gloriously. Stupid if you really wanna go all out there and see the worst of the worst. It's dude party massacre three okay. There is no one or two obvious though. Dude bro. Party massacre three is the dumbest thing you'll ever watch and we'll be dumber after watching that dad. I don't know if i wanted to. I wouldn't go that. It's bad enough. Just reading about double masking on twitter. It's up there with double and triple masking killer. Raccoons too dark christmas and the dark though is enjoyable. And it's i would recommend that one okay so back to the subject talk radio. Conventional radios decline appears to have accelerated sharply pandemic. Yes it has. And that is due to also. It's happening to news media as far as like newspapers also was on a decline prior to twenty twenty but definitely declining more sharply after that. And that's because frankly advertising dollars dried right up. So you know. Companies that were actually advertising on the radio in in newsprint. For instance probably television as well that we're advertising now. All of a sudden didn't have customers coming through the door so they didn't have the budget anymore to actually pay for the advertising that they were doing so you had companies that were advertising cancelling at ads. It's like basically saying. Hey we don't have any money anymore so we can't pay you for the ads that we already agreed to buy so some companies just saying sorry and then So how do you keep your radio station on the air headache your newspaper in print. If you don't have any advertisers. I mean these are driven business models in that whole business. Model just evaporated. Basically overnight thanks to the government and their various different restrictions. so it's It's tough out there for a lot of radio station owners. Although it's probably even tougher for the big mega corporations because they already had huge debt loads that their companies were struggling to pay off prior to cova already companies like iheartmedia which used to be known as clear channel and media these two of the largest companies in america both of them have gone through bankruptcy proceedings in the last several years the last few years as the government. Give them money to stay alive. That's a good question honestly. I haven't heard about that happening. It wouldn't surprise me if they have. But for whatever reason i haven't seen the news on that the story mentions that at some point says they filed for bankruptcy protection or something. I don't know exactly what that means but it probably has helped talk media that for last year One of the only things that we've really had to talk about has been the pandemic otherwise news has been extraordinarily slow throughout the last year. Yeah i hate it and people are probably sick of talking about it. Sick of hearing about it. I know it. Daily commutes have been disrupted by. Stay at home. Orders and a new work from home culture wiping out part of radios lucrative quote drive time audiences unclear whether those listeners will return after the pandemic subsides and traffic jams return. Yeah that is true. I saw the numbers about that. Npr was publishing and that their radio listenership dropped by twenty five percent really. Yeah because people aren't gonna work. Talk radio older demographics where weakness even before the pandemic said jerry. Del kellyanne and new york university business professor turned off by the hosts. Occasional nastiness and seeking younger customers. Mini blue chip companies have stopped advertising on talk. Radio shows leaving the station's smaller sponsors who pay less yes. Some advertisers will not by talk. Radio doesn't matter whether it's left or right wing or whatever they will not by what is considered controversial programming because they don't want to be associated with it they don't want to be part of some sort of a boycott you know they're afraid of that kind of publicity so they stay away from it and that has resulted in and i think they're about to say this in the in the article but that's resulted in a different kind of advertiser you'll hear people like not that i listened to his show but i've been told that this is going on By by mark edge of our co hosts that you'll hear rush limbaugh doing what they call per inquiry or acquisition calls so or or advertisements in that means that if rush limbaugh's like promoting thing on the air and you call the number that he gives out then rush gets paid so they didn't pay rush to do the ad they pay him on the back end if they sell a tractor or whatever. It is that that's how it often works with youtube advertisers as well. You know these. Vpn companies like finding youtube channel. Senate they give you a special url and someone actually uses that you are like affiliate links to correct so for for a company like refer for broadcaster like rush limbaugh to have to resort to affiliate links any of the equivalent of radio equivalent of an affiliate link. Yeah that's that's a tough time so limbaugh style talk. Radio was originally. A solution to the industry's technical and business problems by the nineteen eighties. Am radio had lost out to the higher fidelity fm ben st preferred medium from music. The most popular kind of radio programming as rock pop country and other formats migrated to fm am stations facing existential crisis. What to do the answer is neither of which required high fidelity limbaugh proved to not only be wildly popular but also cost effective in a savvy former. Abc radio executive. They fluff out a lot of this. All they had to do was carry rush. Limbaugh's program set aside four minutes per hour for ads that mclaughlin's company sold to national sponsors. And the stations got to sell the remaining commercial time to local advertisers and according to this they got russia's show for free that must have been the early days because that changed say nineteen eighty eight zero six zero three two eight three six one six zero. This is free talk live. it's free talk. Live with oriente ian and bonnie. Now i wanna say thank you to gavin. Who has tonight's amplifier. This macy's a member of the mp program can find out more about it at three talk. Five dot com. This is how we get more radio stations. People who could to that are directly helping us do so gavin. Thank you so much for your support. All we ask to join. The program is five dollars per month. That gets you membership into the program number of cool little personally. Technically we still have an only call in line. There's an there's an amp only facebook group. That i don't think anyone ever really joins anymore because nobody about that anymore. Yeah yeah but other cool little stuff check it out amp freetalklive dot com to learn more about it gavin. Thank you so much. We hope you continue helping us. Get all more radio stations. The new cool thing is the amps or slash porter's chat room that we have on the matrix server so if you're a free talk live amplifier. All you gotta do is just. Send me a message on the matrix server and there's instructions on how to do this whenever you sign up for the ant program. I'll send you the instructions on how to do this. But you send me a message with your amp emails. I know it's actually you And then i will you to that room. That's very cold facebook They they are really in a decline these days man. I've looked at the calculator during thing but since the first ban in october not the ipad but the abandoned october shortly after the news about my campaign went viral. I have been unbanned exactly thirteen days. Are you being right now. Yes what's the latest one for this time. I don't know man. I mentioned something about bitcoin. Okay and i put hashtag bitcoin and then to be safe. You would think elon. Musk can do it then. Suddenly i got bad for a within seconds got banned for posted i had made on december the fourth more than a month before So i don't know it was that about i don't recall okay but that's suspicious The last time i was banned it was because of something related to bitcoin and immediately afterward hit with another thirty day bed. So it's it's hard to even be upset. You can just do other things with your time. I never use facebook much anyway. Because every time i post i end up getting bad no matter what it is that i post it's stupid. I don't know why i keep doing it. Except it's such a miniscule thing to me that hey if it works. I might as well say something there and they liked being abused. I don't know not buy into. Let's go to the phones. We've got the arco republican calling and our co republican. You're on free. Talk live agreed. Semantic condom montana. Hello anyway Yeah talk about The decline of talk radio is really Distressing to me especially given the d. platforming and the other media outlets because they seem like they're just all On the same page to same left as you know Propaganda gets his perpetrated on them. And it's sad to see the the decline of it. But i can. I can attest. It's true because I've got to a point where radio my main media and the local station here. I mean the only play about six different commercials local commercials than i used to get real angry about the commercials you know because they drive me crazy and then i realized wait a minute. You know these are the people that are supporting your information. When for them you wouldn't have at all you know so i mean. Sometimes they play three or four times an hour the same commercials a bad thing and and We we gotta realize just you know how much but the great thing about radio is that at night. You know you can pick up. Stations are five hundred miles away and people just sort of find you. And that's how i found you guys. I just happen to tune industry. Yeah i love. The internet doesn't isn't quite like that. The internet is can be controlled and the internet. You have you generally have to seek out what you're looking for. It's very rare just going to stumble across a signal On the internet. Like you can on radio and i don't think that radio is on. Its last legs. I think that you know even though it is having a tough time right now due to and it's not just the pandemic or the government restrictions associated with it. This has been building for decades for talk radio in the nineteen nineties. They had what they called. Consolidation happened in the business and what had happened then was the fcc under it was clinton or where it was but at some point. They changed the rules to allow one company to own more than more than x. Radio stations that. I remember what the number was but there was a very low limit on the number of stations that one company could only generally and then they they raise our nominated that limit and it made it so that these companies could buy up tons of radio stations so companies what they did and that's what they did. You mean listen. I heart media to route enormous numbers of loan right so they bought a bunch of these mom and pop radio stations up and then got all this debt and then what happened in the in the next decade so not long after in the next decade in the arts. Well guess what. The internet came along with this unexpected competition to radio. I mean some of us could see it coming but the radio business certainly didn't and so then all of a sudden these radio stations had unlimited competitors on various different broad internet platforms and now as a result of that the price of radio stations started going down and so they'd poured all this money into these stations and then when they tried to sell them later on they only sell them at fractions of what they had originally paid for them. So they've been upside down on these radio stations for decades radio disney Went went under a few years ago and literally sold their stations off for fractions of what they paid for them. Sounds like basis or zuckerberg. Or you know these guys could just buy up all the radio to like the newspapers. Well they haven't done that yet and if they did try and see if you can buy it for a song is coming. River existed on this planet. Well the the economics though are that if you start going around trying to buy all the radio stations then all the sudden the prices are going to go up so that wouldn't be a smart move to make in that particular case but you're right you're right because that's how they get those those newspapers. They don't really care if those newspapers make. Those newspapers are just their voice propaganda. Republican thank you so much for the call to agree with you. I don't think talk radio or radio in general is going to die but it's going to have to evolve in some ways. Well it did warm my heart. When i learned that bonnie in her early twenties actually has listened to the radio okay. That is good. That was a surprise to me. When i found out that not only has she listened to broadcast radio but has actually listen to. Am radio are you talking about custody. Coast whatever whatever it was. Yeah to coast but the point is like generally you don't consider young people to be radio listeners. And i think that's probably true. Generally i mean. Do you know do a lot of your friends. Do they actually listen to the radio. And i don't know anybody listens to the radio music. We all connect our phones via bluetooth stereo and we streams from spotify right. Yeah the least the least relevant radio Out there is music radio. I mean why would anyone listen to it anymore. There's what what can you get from radio that you can't get online from a zillion different locations. You know i mean and only thing that they have is some program director who picks the songs for you. And if that's what you wanna do are people online that do that as well. I mean there's also features on spotify where they create a new playlist for you every single day with some artists. You light artists and artist. You may never have heard of. I love that I use apple music. But i love that on apple music because sometimes i just can't remember songs that i like and also just shows you new music that you like. There's a discovery factor there. And of course all you have to do to find out what the song is actually literature to look your device Some music radio. It doesn't have. I don't think the staying power that talked does even though this article. Thanks talk on the way out. I think it's just in the process of changing well as mark. Mitchell would talk radio. You hear something different every single day. I mean there's no doubt about it when i drive here. I listened to the same two hundred songs. All the time we'll talk. Radio is always different. Six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty. It's free talk. Live talk radio. You control six zero three two eight three six one. Six zero is the colon number. Talk about whatever you want. Six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty eight tonight. It's aria bonnie and ian and we've been here on talk radio talking about decline of talkradio ian as you mentioned earlier point south that all of these forces are converging on conventional media and they pushed the to owners. I heart media and cumulus media to file for bankruptcy court protection in two thousand seventeen and two thousand eighteen respectively These are the economics of Stances prior to the covid restriction. Yes and kobe just has exacerbated the situation it was seen because advertisers dried up. Everyone shopping online. Yeah the local newspaper here in keene new hampshire which has been around since the seventeen hundreds. It's the oldest crap. It's the old late the late seventeen hundreds but but still. It's the oldest newspaper in new hampshire. From what i understand. So they've been around long enough. They've got their building paid for right like they. They must own the building by now. There's no more so they don't probably have the biggest overhead as far as some newspapers do not renting fancy facilities in new york city. So they were begging for donations up to stay in business because they're they had no advertisers anymore and the obviously wanted to continue operating so they asked for donations from the community. And they gotta they gotta forty thousand dollars in donations on the first run through that. I saw them doing it. I don't know if they did a subsequent one but you know good for them so they still in business they are. Let's go to the phones. We've got david calling from new mexico. David you're on free talk. Live under the heading of four one one. I got a question on that. But combining elements that you sit in your program tonight. You're talking about the was it ammon bundy and In some protests to salvation that communities that were going on without and I want to draw on. Somebody said on your program multiple times in the past. Is that the the only thing stopping people from having the government they deserve as composed to as opposed to the government's being forced on them is that That thin blue line guys out there. People that call yourself the thin blue line You could be working for us for the people but instead you're protecting neo. The power hungry money hungry Oppressive governments and if what you should do is turn your lying around Posing them and fighting for us. And that's what you need to do and just remember. Is it When the people finally get control this you better have turned around by then. Because if you haven't you're going get the you're gonna get taken down and it ain't gonna be ain't gonna be fun for you It's tough to be in that position for for who might be a police officer. Who actually doesn't want to go along with all this tyranny You know how do you flip. If you feel like every other officer is going to be against you then you just know. You're going to end up in a prison cell for doing that. So that's not going to be a lot of these guys have families that they take care of and at the end of the day. It's the state that cuts that check. And they're not gonna feel like they've got a check coming in from just average people even though i think some people would step up to support them if they made the flip if they flipped actually supporting freedom and turning against the state and like arrested politicians or something. I donate to that. At least at least you need to begin preparing the mentally to thinking think about it that at the very least they'll keep to themselves and when they see the tide is turning. Tell the w flip at that moment a moment and turn on the oppressor remember. There's already sheriff. So out there deputies out there all around the country that are already stating publicly that. Hey we're not gonna follow you know. The feds are the federal. Police are being forced to enforce These various dictates and the local police especially in the form of the county sheriff's because the sheriffs are elected and they can't be fired by the governor or whomever like the state police can. They're already saying hey you know. Don't come around here. 'cause you're not welcome here and we're going to oppose you right up to the point where there are many counties. That says we're the said we're going to deputise every damn citizens in the entire county and arm them all if you try to come in here in boston around and and that's what needs to be Followed through on and yourself one You know keep us posted when that. is active in and be able to be used. Because what we need is more of those gatherings like you had a one family and one infant in question. And i don't know how many people had showed up at that but that's what we need is a cell four on one to put out an alert and then if if there are half a dozen or a dozen government officials oppressing a couple of citizens then a hundred of us show up and outnumber them and then when they thank you david. I did that on purpose. I mean he's basically describing the whole reason cellphone one was invented in the first place. Yeah and he's right on. I mean he. He was on a roll there but i agree with what he's saying. I mean that we've seen the the numbers work in our favor and numbers always work in your favor. And that's why. I think that just a couple Cops here and they're turning on the government and just saying cops and deciding to do. It's right isn't really like that's just like a government solution like there are plenty of other jobs. They should just quit and not be cops. I would agree quit and become like a private security worker or something. Sure look at the threat defense center. I believe is what it's called in detroit for a great example of privately run defense organization that you can hire to patrol your neighborhood to give you realize self-defense. Classes to twenty four seven security. They've got different levels of service that they offer The people of detroit that they serve and they've been doing it for several years now at least maybe most of the last decade. I'm not sure when they were founded but garrett ian from freaking dot com went out there and actually met the owner of threat defense center. I believe he came to. I don't know if it was like pork. Fester liberty forum one year or something like that but i don't know how libertarian. The guy is but he's competing with the police that's really also being successful. But as they're still in business as people's rights dot org and as one pointed out you know what we do need is a large number of people a glorified technologically capable neighborhood watch. It isn't about snitching to the police when something happens. It's about helping one another when someone needs it. It's about instead of going to the thugs. We just give each other a helping hand and it's a wonderful thing and i'm bundy has proved that it works. Go ahead and it's definitely a solution for when the police are the ones oppressing you. You obviously can't go to them. Yeah ideally you could go to the sheriff. But that's never how it actually works out apologize. It's threat management center not threat defense center in case people were out there looking for it in detroit. Threats management center management center very cool. Check him out so the financial pressures on cumulus and iheart make them unlikely to invest in the one thing that might save political talk radio local personalities. I tend to agree. I think the best thing they could do to save talk radio would be to actually stop censoring people to actually created a platform that is known for being friendly to free speech and lending people speak their actual opinions. We do that here we do. But we're one the only ones who do and we're not run by cumulus. And i heart radio recently. Hold on i wanna give credit where credit's due. We are heard on cumulus in iheartmedia stations. So i mean they're not the majority of the stations that were heard on but we are heard on several of them. Sure so you know that's good we're not owned by them in the sense that you know and business because cumulus was in the news recently for telling its talk show hosts that they were not allowed to say stop the steel on the air right and so that was like the first time in my history of working in radio where i've ever heard a corporation coming down and telling its talk show hosts that they cannot cover certain subject. That's pretty scary stuff. So it's been noted that sports talk. Radio has fared relatively well with hometown personalities. Yacking about local teams but hiring. Local host is an expensive proposition. Joe rosenthal set. Am radio is an imminent danger unless someone comes along to invest enough to enable it to become a local medium again. Yeah i mean. I wish i could say i'm optimistic about the future of. Am radio. but i can't i mean i. I love broadcast radio. I hope that. Am can stay relevant but day by day. It's getting harder and harder. Because i mean a lot of the younger listeners that do exist on. Radio are listening exclusively on fm. Which is why. I'm glad to see a lot of. Am stations are now getting what they call them. Translators into the am these am talk. Signals are now being heard on fm. I think the most important thing. Yeah i don't think i've ever listened to an am station in my life. Have you six zero. Three two eight three six one six zero free. Talk live with aria and six zero three two eight three sixty one. Sixty is colin number. If you want to and talk about whatever is on your mind. It's been great show. We've been talking about talk radio and how it's generally in a state of decline. But you think you have an idea of how it's going to adapt or evolve or what's going to happen next at the very least. I got some predictions. let's call them somewhat educated guesses. I've been in the business for a couple of decades now and but paid attention to what's been going on and the the talk radio business interest. Radio in general has had a tough time over the last two decades. Since the internet became a competitor you know radio and broadcast television for a long time. Were the only game in town. Besides the newspaper right like if you wanted entertainment that's where you went And then of course cable came in in the early nineteen eighties and more channels to the television experience but for the longest time radio didn't really have much in the way of competition. Satellite wasn't really a thing until the last twenty years right. Internet radio started in the late nineties. But it really wasn't a thing until later in the arts and so what changed for radio was all this competition came in. They thought the government was going to protect them from competition. That's what the licensing process does right. The the government licensing process whether we're talking about being a restaurant or whether it's you know whatever other government licensed business keeps competition out and so radio. Big corporations thought they were just going to be able to rest easy by up a bunch of radio stations and just kick back and enjoy the money rolling in but internet changed the game and it made it so anybody with you. Know five bucks a month could go and sign up at live three sixty five or whatever i heard. They're still in business. But you know some website and allow them to stream whatever music they wanted to to whoever's was willing to listen and there are thousands of internet streaming channels out there and this and i'm talking about before pandora and before you know spotify or whatever these apple music these sort of on demand services are out there so there have been competition to radio now for twenty years. They didn't expect to happen. And paying. licensing fees to the federal government isn't protecting them from it anymore so alternately they're sort of stuck in a real difficult situation where the only thing that they can do and this article did re reference to stay relevant is to be local. Because that's the one thing they can do pretty well that like apple. Music can't do right like apple. Music is gonna feed your music. But they're not going to be able to tell you what's going on in downtown fill in the blank city. They're not going to be able to tell you where the concerts are back when we had concerts or whatever things are happening how depressing when we had concert and maybe someday those things will happen again. Hopefully but the point being. It's something that radio could do. But because of all the consolidation that happened in the nineteen nineties where these big companies got bigger and bigger and bought up all these stations and subsequently went bankrupt. Well they can't do it because they don't have anyone left. I mean they were already cutting jobs in markets all across the united states year after year just because they have all this debt. These companies have these debt loads and they've got to cut their costs in order to deal with that so they don't have anyone left. It's gotten bad. Like i call radio stations for for free talk live right like during the day And you've done some of this work with the are calling radio stations. You talked to program directors you pitched the show to pitch freetalklive to them to get them to listen to it and consider it well. It's harder now than it's ever been to get somebody on the phone. And i'm just talking about secretary like calling up a radio station. One of these big corporate stations. Probably eight out of ten times. There's no answering no one answering at all at all no a year ago or maybe two years ago. I don't remember exactly when it was possible to talk about always reach a secretary. I mean you couldn't get the programming director nine times out a way more less frequently than that. That was a challenge back then. Now it's almost impossible so are they resorting to email now. I mean it's even difficult to reach these via email. A lot of them are working from home and so e mails going to reach him. But you don't get you know it's not the same as getting somebody to pick up a phone right. Is there anything that can save this system. Then so. I don't think that it's hard to say that a company like a heart media or cumulus has any kind of a bright future. I mean they've already been bankrupt. And so i don't know what the next i don't understand bankruptcy law and what all the different sections are or whatever but It's not good right when you go bankrupt so that's probably a bad sign. I think what you're going to see is they're going to likely sell off a lot of their stations and that will probably result in more mom and pop owners of radio stations again and i think that'll be a good thing for local radio. I think that we may see radio. Have a comeback. Possibly you know if if if you can pick up a radio station at you. Know one fiftieth of what it would have cost you twenty years ago. Maybe it's worth doing. Surena may maybe at a low enough price bottom of the barrel enough price which is what we may see happen over the next couple of years that we'll see some fresh ideas come into radio. I'm just this is optimism honestly for the for the business. I think that's the only way it's ever going to become local and relevant against actually have local owners. Come in and run this thing. And i think that. Will i think you kind of have to see that when these stations these big station groups have to liquidate their stations because that will be inevitable if they continue going bankrupt right and i can't imagine i tend to think you're correct mom and pop places. Mom-and-pop re buying these radio stations really the only way to proceed for it. I would rather see younger people. Buy them you know. I don't think their ideas into it. And i don't think you're gonna see the thing they were talking about earlier where you could just hire somebody to do a show. I don't think that's gonna happen anymore. I think that if you wanna be on the radio you'll have to just do like we did on free. Talk live where we worked for free when we started the show and this was twenty years almost twenty years ago now where we said. Hey look just put us on. The air will do the show for free. We just want to be on the air right. And that's what i would expect us. Well yeah if you. There's no other way you're going to be able to do it. You will not have enough money coming into one of operations to be able to hire staff so you'll have to truly find the people that love the art of broadcasting bring them on board and then tell them hey if you can sell some ads sell some ads split with split with the station and then everybody's happy. That's the only way it's going to work. That sounds plausible. I would love to see it. I hope so well. That's the end of that article. And there's not much left time to get into anything else of note. I've got an article here from abc. News just highlighting. How stupid people are in michigan. Man killed by a baby shower kenan because he was the explosion. I don't know what's wrong. With people between gender reveals burning thousands of acres of forest california. What is a baby shower. Cannon is this is the thing it's like my friend just had one at her baby reveal. It's like a little thing with either bluer pink dustin it and they'll like shoot it off at their gender revealed thing and if it's blue dust it's boy. I didn't think they could kill people. Don't stand in front of cannons. It's a bad plan. what did he do. He was fatally injured when a cannon exploded in a backyard during a baby shower because he was within fifteen feet of the device when the blast occurred doesn't say whether he was actually attending or whether he was next door but if he was within fifteen feet. I tend to think that is a huge explosion. You've you've seen this action. I'm just saying fifteen feet is huge. I have seen it well. He wasn't hit by the explosion. He was killed by metal shrapnel. My god what did they load into this thing. Let's just sound like a little bit of glitter that's being shot into the air if there's trump did the cannon itself explode yes oh so. Something was wrong with the device itself and used frequently and hasn't been inspected or anything so just wore away overtime and god four or five people were in the backyard when the small was fired. But this guy was standing about ten to fifteen feet away and was the only person. Shrek struck by shrapnel three-part cars and the garage where the baby shower was being held also struck oh so no he. He's just happened to be in a backyard presumably not fenced from the other property. The people who were there for the gender reveal also were not near the canon. The canon fired by the homeowner as family was celebrating a baby's pending arrival was similar to a signal cannon more commonly as a novelty item. And that sounds like what she would've been referring to like a hand held one. Because i just looked it up to try to show ian and they all looked hand held like a candle. Say this doesn't sound like it could be hand held. If if it's exploding with shrapnel hills a man i mean that seems unlikely. I know i'm laughing and that's horrible. But the the stupidity on display here. This guy bought the kennan at an auction and had fired it several times before. It's suspected that the shrapnel came from the breaking apart during the explosion is designed to create a big flash allow noise and create smoke. The kennan did not contain any projectiles but is suspected that the gunpowder loaded into the device caused the kennedy fracture resulting in shrapnel being spread in the area so he bought a real cannon. Like not the type that i was talking about at all and just tried to put like some powder in it and killed someone. That's pretty much what it sounds like. Yeah and no one at any point in any of this said hey dude. This seems like a bad idea. Can we not do this well. It's been free talk live. That's that's it for us this evening but he can fight us on the internet. In the meantime freetalklive dot com or check us out on our new social media social dot freetalklive dot com. Thanks for listening. You're welcome to another exciting adventure of jonathan gullible. As you may recall we last left. Jonathan got on a remote pacific island after his boat was blown off course by a terrific storm eager to learn about the inhabitants of this island. Jonathan approach the large screaming crowd that had gathered around a tall man in the center. The crowd grew quite as the man spoke. And jonathan saw this as a chance to ask questions we must save our young from the evil ones who are evil once there are some people use guns to force themselves on our citizens. They are criminals. There are also some wheat mary berries. They're also criminals mary berries. What is so bad about mary. Mary's mayberry's turbo. Because it makes people feel good. It's just an escape. What are they trying to escape from. There are trying to escape from reality and we have decided to put these escapees in our su- so they will do that to themselves. What if they don't want to go into zoo. We have plenty of guns to force them. And how did you decide to put mary berry. Turn into jail. We are highly civilized people and we decide good and evil by raising our hands and counting those with the fewest hands. Raised must be like the others are going to the zoo. What if the vote changes. Oh yes then. Everyone could be required to eat mary berries or go to the zoo milled. Freedom with laughter joined the community access free media clips and more or get your free. Pdf copy of the book. Go to jonathan gullible dot com now. Jonathan gullible dot com.

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"So it's all done on their reporting where to gather and what's happening. It's cool that there are now five people in southwestern new hampshire who have signed up really and they're very privacy friendly you have to have certain signal in order to receive your code to create your account neat and they have a telegram which is always good. And it's got a messaging system that i have looked into the is supposedly encrypted as well. Just send messages to other users so have to say so far. I'm impressed and it sounds like if they want an app they should contact nobody and find a way of implementing. Self-rule one into this. I know that nobody are co host. Had had the intention of reaching out to that group. So i i don't know what status he has reached out to them. I think he wants to app to be like in a usable state. 'cause we inherited for listeners. That don't know cell phone. One is a an app that was created. probably like twenty fifteen by actually a listener. Freetalklive virgil the duva. And he did an amazing job at making this great little simple easy to use emergency alerts app where you can have your friends. Get the app and then You can all sort of create what they call cells. These aren't terrorist cells there peace peace sells but the idea is to to have these cells of people. You know maybe one for your family for your friends or whatever you can put them. You can have as many of these things as you want and so then at the thing is happening to you. That's bad like you know your house catches on fire. Someone's having a medical emergency the cops pull you over. You know whatever it is. That's going on. You can send an alert that goes out to the cells that you choose And it's an amazing app that has been used for a long time here in new hampshire by the activist community here in in too much success. Unfortunately virgil came into some tough personal times late last year and he wasn't able to really kind of keep up the app and these sorts of things need to be kept up. You have to like young delegate with goals dates their api and you update the thing so you can't just like release the app and just let be you gotta take care of it. And so he wasn't able to do that anymore. And the current version of the app that people can find at working depends. So if you're on it should work fine for you if you're on android there's a new version that's going to be coming out hopefully as soon as sometime later this week where process right now of trying to figure out what to do to get this thing online. There's a what's new required. So nobody's in the midst of writing nat But we're close. We're close to actually having some of what we would call showstopper level bugs fixed with cell phone once version. I'm using. I had to download from some third party app store because it was delisted from google for not being updated. Yeah and i don't know if it ever got updated get realistic. But it wasn't fixed at the time so lucky going to be fixed but it had the fix hasn't been uploaded so we will let you know when that happens. So that's why i'm saying like nobody's probably not banging down ammon bundy's door because the app isn't quite ready for primetime. Once it is. That's definitely something he intends to reach out. I look forward to beta testing it. Yeah absolutely well. There's actually a special group for that. So remind me later and i can. I can drive in there so back to the story here from the los angeles times where they're trying to smear and then bunny by suggesting that he is associated with Right wing racist groups even though he's personally in favor of union as you mentioned black lives matter andy. Funding the police. Which are i mean. Generally white supremacists like the police because generally police are white. Supremacist origins that's true. You mean catching slaves the police. Yeah that's right so according to l. a. times dot com. The investigators looked into the group which is called people's rights their website people's rights dot org. They found the network had twenty thousand members in sixteen states in an interview late last month near his home in idaho. Bundy claimed it had grown to almost fifty thousand people in thirty five states last. La times realized that the more stories like this they write the more people sign up for people's rights dot org. I don't know but don't tell them because this is good last fall. Facebook removed an undisclosed number of people's rights pages from its platform after deeming the network a militarized social movement. Well now. I know i'm interested. Yeah facebook saying it's bad than it must be worth looking at it so far. Nothing i've seen on here is bad. I mean they basically asked the same thing the cell phone and one s you know when the police show up or you did help who. You're going to call your friends because your friends won't shoot you. They ask almost literally the same question here. So who will you contact when your rights are threatened. You will call your neighbors. Yeah they're like less likely to shoot you the almost entirely unlikely to shoot you. Bundy said his soul cause was defending freedoms guaranteed under the constitution. Even for lgbtq people in black lives matter activists whose views he may oppose now again. That's not a quote from bundy. That's just what the l. a. times he never said i'm curious now. What his utah. Lgbt people are. I mean he's probably a right wing conservative. But i don't know i've never talked to the guy. He's very libertarian. Actually did we talk to him. I think we actually did talk. To one of the bundy's. I may have talked dam and bundy in the past honestly but it's been a very long time so going on here. He said he never supported. President trump and he didn't vote in the last two presidential elections in two thousand sixteen. He was in prison awaiting trial in this past november. He didn't see a point. So i mean obviously. He's not your typical if he's a conservative. You ain't your typical now. He is definitely closer to libertarian. Based on everything i've seen. He has conservative in contending the twenty or the kobe nineteen death. Toll is massively exaggerated. he said. That trump should've worked harder to keep churches and businesses open nonetheless. He encouraged his followers to go to washington for the now infamous january sixth rally to distribute leaflets display people's rights banners to recruit more members. He did say that. He condemned the siege on the capital. Was that because it was pointless and it didn't achieve anything or is was some some angry republicans role playing as protesters. Apparently he was also arrested. According to a photograph here in this article in the idaho state house in boise on august twenty six th of last year was arrested and wheeled out in an office chair or what appears to be a wheelchair here so maybe a little civil disobedience it looked like not sure what that was about. Bundy is carrying out a family tradition. He is the fourth of thirteen children in a mormon family. Grew up on. Nevada ranch. Seventy four year old. Father cliven became a hero to extreme libertarians. In the west. We extreme libertarian. That sounds cool when they say like that. Extreme libertarian extremist libertarian-leaning deed when he stopped paying grazing fees in nineteen ninety-three claiming his family had ancestral rights to run its cattle on public land. And that the government's ownership claims violated the constitution and in bundy left. The ranch is a young man. I for minnesota for two years of mormon mission service and then to southern utah university later moving to phoenix where he ran a truck repair business for fourteen years in two thousand fourteen. He stood with militias. That rallied behind his father's 'cause when fbi agents arrived at the nevada ranch with a court order to confiscate the family's cattle the government backed down to avoid bloodshed raising the family stature in far right circles and the part of the storm right. Yeah i thought. They said he was libertarians. That was his fans. Well that's what they said. The media loves make libertarian. Seem like right wingers. That's what they like. Yeah they they want to try to make. Libertarians seem even more far right. Then anyone else even though the reality of it is is libertarians. Agree with right wingers on some things and left-wingers on other things embarrassing what part i don't want people to think i'm a right winger. Unfortunately on my way to make them think. I also am the chairman of the republican committee. Which is a whole other issue entirely. But i've also been a democrat and run for for governor called a leftist a lot to. I'll do whatever. I need to do to get the ideas of liberty out basically but according to this now the thing. They're not mentioning here. Oh no they do mention it okay. So an important point about the original bundy's story. Is they charged a bunch of these people in the bundy ranch situation and weren't they all acquainted. Almost all of them were acquitted except for the ones that took plea deals. This is why you don't take the plea. You really shouldn't the next year. Bundy and his wife moved to emmet idaho which is farming town. Turn bedroom community. Outside of boise. He said that god had called him to support. Dwight him in junior and his son steven oregon ranchers sentenced to prison for setting fires on federal lands and in january of two thousand sixteen. He led an armed group that seized headquarters the headquarters of the malheur. Federal wildlife refuge demanding. The government relinquish in three the hammett's did they do so. Of course that's tragic but still a for effort man. That's hard core taking over federal building. They did and they occupied it for like forty something days more on this story. We'll get back six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty you think is he just troublemaker. Is he an anarchist. What is he is he just out there trying to put it. May maybe even honeypot six zero. Three two eight three six one six zero. This is free talk live. some of you asked. And now we've delivered l. r. n. dot fm. Live keene new hampshire studio shows are now streamed in hd on twitch visit our channel at twitter dot l. r. n. fm and give it a follow. 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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's the public service newscast tonight not twenty one. The second impeachment trial of donald trump begins this afternoon. The hill reports party meters came to agreement monday. And how it will go. The hill knows under the time line would allow the trial to wrap up as early as next week. If both sides agreed out to call witnesses under the deal. The senate will debate and vote tuesday on whether the trial is unconstitutional. That is basically a nonstarter on wednesday. They'll be opening arguments under the deal. The house impeachment managers and trump team will have sixteen hours over two days each to present their case to the senate meantime after a fourteen year. Old black boy in north carolina was handcuffed and placed in the back of a police car in front of his home while repeatedly asking for his father who was inside the home the voice family and community advocates are questioning local. Police protocol involving juveniles. Malcolm ziglar had recently purchased a motorbike from facebook seller and was unaware. The bike was stolen after police officers showed up at his home. He complied with requests from law enforcement and was released ties ziegler. Malcolm's mother says her son like many other young black has experienced firsthand. the trauma caused by negative interactions with police. She says she's concerned that despite repeatedly asking for his father his request was denied by the officers. She's demanding policy and procedural changes for interactions involving minors. The what i'm looking for is change. That is what i'm advocating. Because i don't want their child to ask for this parent hair. it and be denied. I'm audio ramleh. Gone some of west. Virginia's lawmakers are proposing abolishing the state's personal income tax during this year's legislative session social services. Avid say the move would be devastating for children and families. The lost income would total more than two billion dollars forcing nature cuts to state agencies including the bureau for children and families. According to jim mckay with prevent child abuse west virginia. The state's child protective services. Division is still struggling to catch up from budget cuts during the great recession. He says he points out. Mingo county still has only one. Cps worker for the entire area who handles cases for more than seventy children. That's just heartbreaking. We know there are vacancies across the state in child protection services. And if there's budget cuts of the nature that it's being proposed. Many of those physicians will remain unfilled with devastating consequences. Lawmakers say that eliminating personal income tax would attract more people to live and work in west virginia. I'm diane bernard this is p. Ns electric buses and other heavy vehicles or taking to the streets nationwide lily bulky reports for soundbites sourced. Many of them are powered with batteries manufactured in south carolina. David clayton with clemson. University's international center for automotive research says the fleet services sector appears to be among the first to turn away from diesel and internal combustion engines in favor of going electric that includes companies such as fedex and amazon but also port the cranes in vehicles that handle cargo vote because it makes sense for their business. It's more cost effective approach in some cases. But you know. They have sustainability mandates and targets that they're trying to achieve per tara the electric battery and charging station manufacturer with one plant in greenville and another near los angeles also was working with leading construction equipment manufacturer to electrify off road equipment. President joe biden announced plans to replace the government's fleet with electric vehicles wyoming lawmakers considering a proposal that would require a governor's order before any of the state's winter. Ilk feedlots can be phased out. Jonathan rattener with the western watersheds project says the move ignores basic science and warns. It would make it much more difficult to address. The potential for permanent chronic wasting disease contamination across western wyoming. They're making it much harder to solve this problem. By some ending in the current status quo which was developed approximately one hundred years ago prior to any understanding of disease transmission issues or wildlife management ethics conservationists. Sworn that feedlots where large numbers of l. gathering close quarters are potential super spreading events for the disease livestock producers and outfitters have defended winter. Lots to keep elk away from cattle feed and maintain large herd numbers. I'm eric gladys and finally our ticket off has been talking with an idaho congressman who may have taken the first step on tangling the tricky dot of dams in the northwest and their effects on salmon representative mike simpson has laid out a thirty three billion dollar columbia basin fund while it includes breaching the four lower snake river dams. It also addresses replacing their benefits such as energy and irrigation for local agriculture. Brian brooks heads the idaho wildlife federation. He says it's critical. Lifeline for the region's endangered salmon and steelhead finally. Finally someone giving attention to this issue because it is such a big problem because it's gonna require a big solution. Simpson is giving at the attention. It serves simpson has been working on the plan for three years and has held three hundred meetings with stakeholders over that time. More than a dozen fish species have become endangered. dams were constructed. This is by clifford. Four public news service. We are remember. Listener supported great radio stations across the nation and a line at public new service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the hotline news. Feed weather center today mostly cloudy and cold with a high temp nia nineteen. Tonight's a slight chance of snow after midnight. Later turning into freezing rain low around sixteen there is a chance of snow before eleven am wednesday later turning to a snow sleet mixed high near twenty one. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed dot com suggested earlier that i you just do a simple search for double masking on twitter and this was actually been our money suggestion. I just pass it along to you. Former freetalklive co host. Who moved to sign pan last year. He's been just on it with some really interesting twitter posts and this whole double masking thing is truly truly like religious zealotry. Yeah i had to stop at this one and you just share it with people on the air as per some experts recommendations doesn't even know why she's putting onto masters just because quote. Some expert told her to truly truly sad. But that's not really what we're talking about here to know how. I'm sure we'll get into it at some point. I want to get back to the bundy story. Because i find that far more encouraging for the future of freedom than i do these idiots putting on to mass for some reason. I well somebody else did it. So they're going to do it to someone. Some authorities said so so okay but anyway. The ammon bundy did check. By the way we interviewed ryan bundy which is one of the brothers of annan bundy's so in the past this was in two thousand fourteen after the wildlife. Nothing that was before the wildlife refuge situation but after the cliven bundy oka standoff so for listeners just tuning in ammon is the son of cliven bundy and he's the guy who led the wild wildlife refuge Situation in two thousand sixteen. Where a i don't know. A couple of dozen people occupied this federal property and it was in the middle of the winter time so it wasn't like they took over an active like on site. It was shut down for the winner. Okay and they took that over. And then according to the story at the los angeles times the oregon ranchers are sorry. The so bundy led this group in two thousand sixteen that seized the headquarters of the malheur refuge. Bundy was arrested during a traffic. Stop outside of the refuge and eventually tried on weapons and conspiracy charges a militant who fled the stop was shot and killed the that man had a name. I forget what. It was offhand. But they're just referring to him as a militant it by the way the man who fled the stop was not a danger to anyone he did not shoot at anyone but the cops murdered him right there running away. That's correct in a startling verdict. In october of two thousand sixteen bundy and other defendants were acquitted by jurors who found the federal prosecutors had failed to make their case. Wow yeah it was an amazing verdict. A series of verdicts more than one documentary about this. Because it's a good question. I don't know the families. Aura of invincibility only grew when a judge declared a mistrial in a criminal conspiracy case against bundy his brother ryan who interviewed and their father for the two thousand fourteen nevada ranch standoff saint government lawyers had suppressed the cattle outside of bunkerville nevada continue to graze on public land despite more than one million in unpaid fees bundy kept a low profile back in idaho where he managed rental properties and restored vintage vehicles with his children but the pandemic and resistance to the government telling people what to do set the stage for his return to activism. I love it. You can't keep a good actes down nope once you've once you've stood up for freedom you don't ever want to cower again. Yeah once you've told the state no you want to keep telling no that's right in march because that is what freedom ultimately is is the freedom to say no and be respected in your choice because we can say no and they'll put you in jail cell right. But in his case he actually was able to say no and they didn't put him in a jail cell because people on juries actually back them up which is amazing so in march he gathered several dozen supporters in a warehouse that he owns in idaho in his first public. Act of the group defied republican governor. Brad little stay at home directive and held an easter service for about sixty people now by the way at the same time we were doing. Some public acts here in new hampshire and we have not gotten the same media coverage now to be fair. We didn't have as many people. Didn't we go to an easter service. Actually you and. I don't know if it was easter but we did go to a church service and it was too late in the year to be easter. But we did nightcap. So when the governor here in new hampshire christie new created his so called stay at home order we went out the same night it went into effect. That's correct we went out. We were literally there a minute. After it went into effect like at the exact same time we were out partying with open containers in central square. And we did it for thirty six weeks in a row and the only reason we stopped is because it's like seven degrees and six inches of snow everywhere right now presumably when it's warmer will we. Hopefully we won't have to return. But i'm sure nightcap will return if only because it was a good time was a damn good time. I went to a newest one. That's right just one was it. Just i think just went. Well you'll have to come back to more. Because i suspect there will be a demand to bring it back This year so anyway. In their first act they went and held a church service. Which can people being told not to do this. In the same month police arrested. Sarah brady and anti vaccine activists for allegedly trespassing during an anti out protests at a playground closed due to corona virus restrictions. That's we've had something similar happen here. lady in concord was arrested at the playground but later on several months later for taking her kids to a playground. That was closed. Why did they arrest her several months later. What did they arrest her for. I don't recall i. i think it was disorderly. Okay i think her name is rochelle. She actually was at our new year's eve party. Oh as a matter of fact she was one wearing. The tide is short and she was doing dancing so bundy publicize the address of the officer. Who arrested ms brady and lead about forty people to protest. Outside of his home a tactic. The governor called disgusting. But i fully support. They picked up this lady at her home. That's right the one we're talking about anyway. These government bureaucrats think that they should just be able to keep their jobs separate from their home. Lives they that. We should respect the idea that they should have privacy in their family lives in their personal homes and so on and so that their off duty after five o'clock in the afternoon i will allow that if they're laws will stop going into effect when they're at home right when they're like. Oh no. i'm not the governor. Now i'm just chilling with my found. Now okay then you're laws. Don't apply right now. As soon as they stop arresting people in their homes as soon as they stop ruining people's lives by arresting peaceful people for not harming others than i will respect them and leave them alone in their homes people's homes just when they get a piece of paper from themselves saying that it's okay correct. Yeah man in a writes a piece of paper and then men with guns come in and ruin people's lives shoot. Dogs shoot innocent peaceful people. They cats just look that up since you here. Are they look cats to you. What possible threat is a cat to a human being well. They've shot caged dogs before. So i mean what possible threat because that have been any more the the more this discussion goes on so people's rights continued to expand establishing hundreds of chapters that bundy organized with the aim of being able to dispatch ten protesters to seen in ten minutes. One hundred in one hundred minutes in thousand in one thousand minutes instructed each chapter to launch teams to train in secret for paramilitary operations to defend members from criminals or government agents. Or do i repeat myself. That line was not in the la times but anyway going on in july. He led demonstrators to public building in idaho in town called cal well where they tried to barge into a meeting of officials who are discussing whether to impose a local mask mandate. This is not your building. Bundy shouted as he shoved demand guarding the doorway. The meeting was cancelled though. The health board eventually decided to recommend wearing masks in public the next month and some supporters forced their way past state troopers into an idaho. State house gallery that was closed. Because of the pandemic how do they. That doesn't sound like reality. How do you force yourself past state troopers without getting arrested. Well a police did arrest him twice in two days. Finally wheeling him out of the building in an office chair charged with trespassing obstructing officers he was banned from the capitol for a year in november people's rights members carrying tiki torches. Gathered in front of the boise mayor. Lauren mcleans house to protest. Run virus health restrictions. Many of their roughly thirty demonstrators. Were not wearing masks and several shouted opposition to a city call for residents to report businesses violating pandemic regulations. One woman yelled. Snitch is get stitches to love. It sounds like he's doing good work. Yeah there's more if you want it. Absolutely what do you think about the bundy's it sounds to me like they're they're doing the right now. I support it. I haven't seen anything here. That i disagree with so far so far just about everything. I've seen more men activism has been just awesome true. they're also behind the goldbach hornets. That was one of the activists things. I was thinking about six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty s to call online that six zero three two eight three six one six zero. This is free talk live. Are you tired if governments murdering people around the world stop using their money. There is alternative. Bitcoin is a stateless free market. Non-political currency bitcoin cannot be inflated or controlled by any government by using their money. You are helping the state stop doing it. You have an incredible alternative available now learn it use. It spread it get started with bitcoin. Bitcoin dot com. That's bitcoin dot com. 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If i remember correctly a great place to be check it out at four fest dot party there's an unofficial telegram chat. There's an unofficial forum for up party june. The twenty eight through july the fourth at rogers campground boise there again. Fork fest up. Party is the website. Well let's go to the phones. Apparently some sports ball thing happened over the weekend. And i heard about that. Some people are really upset. Tell us about that turned ferguson. Yeah well i Heard earlier today that That particularly i mean the most insane people in my opinion. And i've been calling for over a year on how insane the less has been becoming. They're really angry that the tampa bay buccaneers beat the kansas city chiefs over the weekend and not because not because they like the not because they yuks are the better team not because they Support the accident in any any measurable amount more than and then to kansas city chiefs. But only because tom brady. Who is the quarterback. I guess who who. I guess at some point got traded to the buccaneers Because he white and and the Quarterbacks the chiefs is black. And they're mad that the white quarterback beat the black quarterbacks. They're really offended about this. Where are you seeing this. I haven't seen this well well. There's there's a twitter storm that's been kicking up Among some of the blue checkmark woke politics. morons out there Including commentators. Lisa and michael smith. Michael holly the end of any of these people are. I wouldn't say that. This reflects on all leftist. Just seems like you saw some crazy people talking on twitter of presumably there's black and white people on both teams usually i. I didn't say anything about race on both sides but listen but these are just some of the The liberals that've been Really angry and upset that That the black quarterbacks for the white quarterback by the way wait black quarterback beat the white quarterback keesa quarterbacks. Beat the black quarterback. Oh yeah yeah. The white quarterback feet the black quarterback. Tom brady yeah. That's the only they're mad about this by the way see. I be mad about the lack of masks once the game was over. This just makes me. I mean sports to me is pretty mindless as but that makes it even dumber for people to be arguing about sports because one guy has a ki skin color that they don't like i mean that's basically what you're talking about. Seems like a small group of people. I haven't heard of this phone. You said it was a twitter storm. Whatever that means. Yeah uh-huh and by the way i should say this is this is. This is pretty insane to be fair out of us. Accidentally like monitoring twitter or watching twitter feeds or anything like that no. I do go on twitter on occasion. While i'm on the toilet Just twitter belong just to see what some people who haven't made the switch to mastodon are still doing over there and by the way i should say that i'm not the one we saw this on twitter. The independent media is covering this big already because of how much blowing up on twitter but these people are also mad. Because tom brady for four years ago was seen with a maga hat in his locker. And they're angry because he he wasn't canceled ever because of that you wasn't fired or cancelled because He owns a maga half and and that also was really upsetting to the liberals and And i think this is being so upset over. What other people do you know what other people are spending their money on their time on. I mean these people obviously obviously have nothing better to do. Maybe that's because they've locked themselves in their homes for the last year and they just don't have a life they have nowhere to go right. I don't know. And i just don't understand the obsession with other people's anything. Well keep in mind. These are all the brunch liberal to these are all the liberals that have everything handed to them on a silver platter and And it's really funny. I think because You know jerome always calls it and talk about. What a racist donald trump is and and how he's been life been like this this This this this really obnoxious unpleasant and Dividing racist over the past four years when he was the president. But it's happens to be the liberals here that are mad that Just a white guy. Beat a black guy and i would really like to hear what jerome has stayed about that because this isn't coming from donald trump this is coming. I shouldn't call on a weekend jerome. I think is exclusively a weekend radio listener. So he's probably barbara. We're just gonna say turned ferguson. Is really generalizing here. He's talking about all. I don't like any generalizing. And he's talking about all leftists. All are dumb enough to act like this and i really don't think that there's a big problem of people talking about this. Even twitter has some people being loud about it. I'm not generalizing. I'm just i'm i'm talking about really i'm talking about really fifty people here and i even named off a couple of them specifically who are acting like a bunch of mork and i miss morons on twitter tired. Thank you so much for the call the update you read off some names from people that i've never heard of who sounds like they're saying some pretty stupid things. If you want to find morons on twitter just search for double masking plenty there. I think is more interesting. That nobody's wearing masks in tampa all the sudden. I have a friend from italy. And she lived in italy of twenty twenty but she just moved to florida and she put posted a video of herself. That like a club or a bar in tampa like the night of the super bowl and she was panning around the room. It was just a bunch of young people really close to each other dancing and talking and drinking and none of them like there was like one mask and the entire video. I washed do i. I was stunned. When i saw the ending of the super bowl because we watched it at work and the number of people not wearing masks in their booths and as they mingled and they celebrated with people after the game it was encouraging to see so few people wearing masks. I remember remarking at that moment. I bet this is already going viral on twitter from people complaining about the fact that they're not wearing mess. That's what i expect people to be upset about. Not the fact that tom brady is white and the other guy was black. That is of no consequence whatsoever. Except for people who obsessive race and people who obsess over people who obsess over race. Yeah i'm just rolling through here looking at people talking about double masking and how proud they are about it. Definitely virtue signaling. A some of them are saying that it hurts their ears but they're doing it anyway because some experts said so. I thought it was more comfortable ono though some are say. Hey you know everybody's got a different opinion about it but some of them are saying. It is more comfortable to wear the double mask. Here's one person presumably just shopping stops to take a selfie of herself and tax it double masking at the best buy. Yep she just wants to show everybody yes. There is no other points this. I've never just been walking through. The store thought now. It's a great time to stop and take a selfie. Well i do that. A double masking. Now what do you think about this virtue signal. Maybe turned his right. Maybe it's a problem what these people are saying on twitter. Six zero three two eight three six one six zero against six zero three two eight three six one. Six zero congressman recently revealed that legislation totaling twenty nine hundred pages and involving more than one. Trillion dollars was available to members of congress for less than forty eight hours to study and consider that's over sixty pages of legislation per hour. 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Money explains rather well as you found then was the one who suggested searching for double masking the first place and as he points out on his twitter at vin armani. He says that double masking is a thing. Helps you understand that you're dealing with a religious phenomenon. When masks become mandated as they are in a lot of the united states right now and elsewhere in the world wearing the mask is no longer a signal of church of woke membership. Therefore the second mask must be added to signal willing participation and indeed. When you see the people with the double masks what you'll see a lot of cases is that they will purposely wear contrasting masks so they'll have like a white mask and then oversaw or over top of a black mask or vice versa or something like that that way you know that. They're wearing masks. It clear right because if they were wearing the exact same type of mask you'd have to look carefully. You'd have to really look at them to see if they were wearing masks may not know how much they care right. So it's important for them to signal that and yeah so this person on twitter says i can't believe some of y'all aren't triple masking yes and this is serious right. These are people being totally serious. I've always been double masking sometimes. Even triple masking. I prefer no masking. I bet they weren't about. They've just been doing massgov. I've always been triple asking. It's it's distressing but we are covering good news at the moment or at least refreshing news. That isn't about crazy people. It's about people actually fighting for their rights and therefore the people at the los angeles times think that's crazy. Well of course they do but they also think that you know wearing three layers of fabric over your faces. A good idea for politician said so so therefore it must be true and some experts. According to this person on twitter said so Do you want to continue with the ammon. Bundy absolutely going on there so listeners Just tuning in. We're talking about an bundy's new organization and new. As of the last year it he created it. I think in march of twenty twenty called people's rights the website is people's rights dot. Org to the los angeles times credit. They did link to his website. So that was nice So but now they've everything they can to bad mouth him Since that point but They're talking about how this organization has chapters all across the united states now he is claiming as many as fifty thousand members of this group and the idea is that it's a group of people. Maybe they don't all agree on everything but they will come together to the defense sort of the mutual defense of other people in their network when called upon and we sort of liken this to sell four one one which is an app that does similar things that hopefully. We'll have some good news for you about later on this week but Just to bring you up to speed here so back to the story here from the los angeles times talking about some of the activism that they've done over the last year like going to the boise mayor's house and protesting outside carrying torches and there were a couple dozen demonstrators out there not wearing masks shouting to a city call for residents to report businesses for violating pandemic regulations. They also protested in the state house. Where bundy was twice arrested in two days there and is now banned from the capitol for year as a result. About what about the rights of a citizen to petition. You know there are senators representatives or whatever doesn't matter they'll ban you from wherever they want in fact. They banned footloose frank. Who was arrested at the governor's house from coming back within a thousand feet of the governor's house really. Yeah as part of his bail conditions. So i didn't hear that. In the next month boise area health board shut down. Its own meeting after a county. Commissioner tearfully interrupted the proceedings to say she had to rush home because people's rights demonstrators. Were harassing her. Family actually saw this clip. It's pretty entertaining. It's probably not them harassing her family. It's just them protesting outside. She says my twelve year old son is home alone right now and protesters are banging outside the door. She said when people didn't flip out there she left her twelve year old home alone. I mean i was staying home by myself. And i was twelve years old. But that's not acceptable in today's society. Staying at home at like seven was babysitting twelve. The interview last month held at a restaurant in emmett. Idaho where he lives wear masks are optional. And few people wear them bunny. Bundy defended his group's method. The government and society are deteriorating courts are unjust legislature tramp legislatures trample rights and families allow the state to educate and influence their children. We can't disagree with any of that. He's right people will need more and more to be able to find security. He said and he said protests could achieve results much faster than lawsuits citing a demonstration that his group staged at a june hospital or at last june at a hospital in olympia washington. Hospital officials at the time weren't allowing a couple to be with their newborn after the mother tested positive for the corona virus quote within an hour and a half. We had a couple of hundred people there at a couple of thousand people coming. Once the hospital started to see there was literally a presence of people. They retracted their position. Blamed it on the government's health department and released the baby to the parents angela. Effective yep a providence saint. Peter hospital spokeswoman disputed the accuracy of bundy's account but said that the patient confidentiality prevented her from discussing. The case asked whether hospital staff members were given a chance to explain their reasoning for isolating. The baby bundy said no. He said you don't get to take somebody's baby and thank you. Have a side of justice. It was black and white last month at the hospital protests in vancouver washington kelly stuart the people's rights coordinator for the area narrated a livestream video on bundy's youtube account that ultimately attracted more than seventy thousand views. The videos of protests are trying to pry open the locked double doors and a deputy spraying chemical irritant in his face. The protesters cheered when the hospital released. Meyer whose tearful daughter wheeled her out and helped her into a van freedom. A man yelled stewart along time. Bundy compatriot berated law enforcement for siding with the hospital. Instead of the protesters she said that right wing activists who joined back the blue rallies last summer and waved american flags with blue lines had been duped quote. We're starting to learn your actually the standing army. Our founders warned us against there just dangerous tired. She said we're having a blue line flag burning party tonight bravo. Oh better late than never for sure. I love the say. Credit to richard reid. The author here. That's a great way to end that story. That stand that's the ending that they're going blue. Burn the blue line flags that's awesome. That's not a bad idea either. But i don't want to encourage the blue line flag people by buying them in order to burn them similarly they already had them because they were supporters during their own blue line flags in that case which is awesome. That is a good innings. I hope they made video of that too. That would have made a great video. It's good to see that you know. 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Different guy okay well. There's no doubt that the sports is definitely the part of the bread and circuses. Right to keep people distracted and keep them ignorant about that being they sole purpose on that means. It's good to have some things that distract you from your daily life now and then and i don't think those are ideas necessarily bad everybody's got to have a hobby everybody's gotta have something to To pass the time you play video games when you get the get the time for it or Or whatever everybody's got the thing that they do that ticks away. The seconds until are inevitable demise in sports is one of those things. My dad loves sports. it's really cute. Well i did see that. The super bowl is at the lowest ratings it has had in decades. Apparently thousand five was the last time it was this slow. I thought it was. I mean they said decades. I didn't look at the article. That was just the headline that i saw okay so i didn't look at any articles about it either. So that's good news for our caller there if people are if he believes that sports is this sort of opiate of the masses than that means that fewer people are watching at the very least watching football american football. Mike thank you so much for the call. Yeah he needs to get his phone under control a little noisy there. I started hearing stuff in the background. I was like. I've got to put a stop to this about that. So rush limbaugh is ailing and so is the conservative. Talk radio industry and i picked this. Because i know it's a topic that you love discussing. At least i did not know. I was not aware that the talk radio industry is predominantly conservative. Didn't know that no. Oh yeah absolutely. There was a time in the arts over a decade ago when the leftist tried to like do talk radio and they launched a thing called air america and it just it sailed over like a lead balloon. I mean it did not go very well. They had a bunch of money like venture capital investor types and they ran out of money and shut down there are there are probably no more than a handful of quote unquote progressive talk stations broadcasting in america. Today and we've been stations say tend to be younger people in young people. Don't listen to the radio. I mean that could be a factor in it but for whatever reason there's just not a whole lot of money guess in people being willing to sponsor those stations for some reason. I don't know why that is so rush limbaugh. The most successful talk radio host in history is ailing and so is the medium medium. He revolutionize over the last thirty years based with aging and shrinking audiences competition from newer technologies and financial problems for the biggest station. Owners talk radio is in decline both as a business and a political force once the leading platform for popularizing conservative candidates and policies. Talk radio is now on the verge of becoming background. Noise drowned out by cacophony of voices on podcast cable. Tv and social media. Who's writing the story. Msn dot com. You find them to be exaggerating. Well i mean. I find it to be an exaggeration. The talk radio was ever any kind of a motivational thing. Or i forget the word. They use their. That suggested that it was once this great organizational thing and i think that a lot of talk show hosts wanna make themselves seem like they're that big of an influence but i don't think they are. They're just people who talk on the radio now and they have opinions and they want to believe that people will like follow them or whatever. But i don't think there's any real evidence for any of that. The formats crisis comes as big biggest. Star is battling to stay on the air indeed. He's battling for his life. Limbaugh seventy has been frank about his struggle with what he said. Last year's advanced lung cancer he was a smoker for a long time from what i understand. His uncertain future confronts the talk radio business and conservatism generally with the prospect of losing s. Most galvanizing figure says sleeping from a local local station. Sacrimento to nationally syndicated stardom in one thousand nine hundred eight Limbaugh has been the bullhorn behind every important conservative initiative from the contract with america in the mid nineties to the tea party movement of the obama area era to the ascent of donald trump. Not the contract with america. I've heard about this before was it. This is like where conservative. republicans pledged to be conservative. And they didn't and they made a new plaid sometime in the two thousand to the same. It sounds vaguely familiar and surprise the politicians told you ally and rush limbaugh all along the way making excuses. I'm sure for these people i mean. There's no doubt that limbaugh deserves a lot of credit for essentially being sort of the granddaddy of talk radio in its current form. So he does. He definitely deserves that credit. The article makes it sound like he's responsible for from the shift like originally. You had to pay to get a show on your radio station. And it sounds like according to this article that he was the one who came up with the idea of oh no we can just sell them airtime and they can have the show for free if they will run it. No rush limbaugh is actually one of the few page shows. Meaning that stations actually pay rush limbaugh whereas ninety nine percents of talk shows out there. Do not get paid from the stations there on. We're on one hundred and ninety radio stations over the entire week here on free talk live. So that's how many stations carried the show right and they do not pay a dime to air free talk live and that's true for almost every show that they've got on the air unless they've got rush in which case then they're paying based on their market size so larger markets pay more for rush than smaller markets. Do basically. they're going to pay about as much as they would pay a local talk show host to do that slot. Okay so rush is insanely expensive. Show sounds like it. Yeah early in the coronavirus. Pandemic limbaugh told told listeners that the virus was no worse than the common cold and the the news media had weaponized a crisis to hurt trump. he floated the fringe theory that the virus was created in a chinese laboratory as a bioweapon a few weeks before the november election. He devoted to hours of his program to a worshipful trump interview. After trump lost he amplified the president's lies about voter fraud and at one point suggested that conservative states might secede from the union and then walked that back. of course he's a coward. Yeah the next day. Trump for his part awarded limbaugh the presidential medal of freedom during the state of the union speech last year and it goes on with a little bit about trump. Limbaugh hear them. I said trump limbaugh rush limbaugh. The isn't super important because book conservative. Talk radio's foremost problem. Is how many people are listening. As who the audience they grew up with. Limbaugh is now quite cray largely people sixty five and older fewer than eight percent of those who regularly listen to talk. Radio are twenty five to fifty four according to nielsen's research meanwhile yes meanwhile plain old. Am fm radio. The primary medium for talk programs is rapidly losing ground to newer technology such as satellite radio streaming audio and podcasts. Only fifty percent of those surveyed by edison research last year listed terrestrial radio stations as their first listening choice in a car. The shifts make someone like comedian. Joe rogan libertarian. I don't know about that about that either. With a hugely popular podcast quotes that next rush. Limbaugh let's talk about the absolutely because it it's a fascinating evolution of media here and we're living at six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty six zero three two eight three six one six zero. Are we irrelevant. This is free talk. Live having taken her father's role. Sarah calhoun has fallen out. With one of our best allies. Her brother nathaniel heads into imperial philadelphia with reckless planet. Uncle thomas armed with new powers and new allies aims to remove sara from her throne and for the world of living to survive against the strings. She needs to find an impossible war ceremony. Unite the mound builder gig to enact an agent right. That will propel her. 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According to jim mckay with prevent child abuse west virginia. The state's child protective services. Division is still struggling to catch up from budget cuts during the great recession. He says he points out. Mingo county still has only one. Cps worker for the entire area who handles cases for more than seventy children. That's just heartbreaking. We know there are vacancies across the state in child protection services. And if there's budget cuts of the nature that it's being proposed. Many of those physicians will remain unfilled with devastating consequences. Lawmakers say that eliminating personal income tax would attract more people to live and work in west virginia. I'm diane bernard this is p. Ns electric buses and other heavy vehicles are taking to the streets. Nationwide lily bulky reports for soundbites source. Many of them are powered with batteries manufactured in south carolina. David clayton with clemson. University's international center for automotive research says the fleet services sector appears to be among the first to turn away from diesel and internal combustion engines in favor of going electric that includes companies such as fedex and amazon but also port operations the cranes in vehicles. That handle cargo vote because it makes sense for their business. It's more cost effective approach in some cases but you know they have sustainability mandates and targets that they're trying to achieve tara. The electric battery charging station manufacturer with one plant in greenville and another near los angeles also is working with leading construction equipment manufacturer to electrify off road equipment just last month president. Joe biden announced plans to replace the government's fleet with electric vehicles wyoming lawmakers considering a proposal that would require a governor's order before any of the state's winter. Ill feedlots can be phased out. Jonathan rattener with the western watersheds project says the move ignores basic science and warns. It would make it much more difficult to address. The potential for permanent chronic wasting disease contamination across western wyoming. They're making it much harder to solve this problem by something. In the current status quo which was developed approximately one hundred years ago prior to any understanding of disease transmission issues or wildlife management ethics conservationists warned that feedlots where large numbers of gathering close quarters are potential super spreading events for disease livestock producers and outfitters have defended winter lots to keep elk away from cattle feed and maintain large herd numbers. I'm eric gladys finally. Our ticket off has been talking with an idaho congressman who may have taken the first step untangling the tricky don of dams in the northwest and their effects on salmon representative mike simpson has laid out a thirty three billion dollar columbia basin fund while it includes breaching the four lower snake river dams. It also addresses replacing their benefits such as energy irrigation for local agriculture. Brian brooks heads. The idaho wildlife federation. He says it's critical. Lifeline for the region's endangered salmon and steelhead finally. Finally someone giving us attention to this issue because it is such a big problem because it's gonna require a big solution. Simpson is giving the attention. It serves simpson has been working on the plan for three years in his three hundred meetings with stakeholders over that time. More than a dozen fish species have become endangered since dams were constructed. This is by clifford. Four public new service. We are members of the supported garon. Great radio stations across the nation and online at public news service dot. Org here's a look at weather from the hotline us feet weather center today. Mostly cloudy and cold with a high temp leonine tonight. A slight chance of snow after midnight later turning into freezing break. Low around sixteen. There is a chance of snow before eleven am wednesday. Later turning to a snow sleet mix high near twenty one. That's the latest weather checkout more news and weather on our website at heartlands news. Feed dot com rush. Limbaugh does video as well doesn't he. He does as i understand it. You got to pay naturally see ours is free you can watch us on t live dot freetalklive dot com or twitch dot freetalklive dot com. You can watch us later on youtube if you want to do that for whatever stupid reason by the way. I talked to jeremy from library over this weekend. They had the porcupine day festivities in new hampshire on saturday. But actually bonnie and i both went to. I took the night off from the show to go to this. This was the five year celebration at the free state. Project held to sort of call a closed their five-year move window because that started in february of two thousand sixteen so it is now over. That doesn't mean the free state project is is over. They're going to continue recruiting people to to migrate here. As as i think that they should do. I used to think that they should shut down. But they convinced they They were pretty persuasive that they've been doing really well in the last couple of years. Anyway jeremy kaufman. Who's the founder of library. Which is a decentralized blockchain based video hosting service which is an awesome thing by the way l. r. y. dot com. He was there. And i did speak with him. They are in the testing process of doing streaming library. And so we're sort of on the shortlist of shows that they they may be coming to get kicked off right. I would hope that they wouldn't kick us off because they came to us a long time ago about librarian. Freetalklive is on librarian. Freakiness on library so it seems like a no brainer that we should also be streaming to to their new website which is called odyssey o. d. y. s. e. Okay so that's sort of put a front end if you will onto the the whole library thing. So they're competing with with youtube as a decentralized system what i did learn about library streaming is it's actually still centralized so it's not peer to peer streaming. They're not doing that but they do have their own centralized streaming services like all right. We should be on that. So hopefully we'll have something to announce about that sooner. Rather than later. I keep intending to put bad movie club on library. But i haven't actually gotten around to it. We watched Shark to push versus well wolf and it was. I cannot recommend it got even as a bad movie. It was one of those made for sci-fi bad movies that you know was going to bat and it's trying to be bad for the side channel. Yeah okay and it's it's not enjoyable. There is no humor in it. I regret the fact that i watched that it was no shark. Nato then I haven't watched shark nato. I did watch shark and saw women's prison massacre and there's video of that if you wanna check out that's bad movie club dot. Us oh really. Yeah legis four-star youtube channel but us that money goes to the us government right. I didn't know so. I do not know that then. But that's the url at the moment. Yeah hey so. What do you recommend like what you've you've been doing this bad movie club. For how many weeks. Now maybe two months. What's the worst. What's the best worst movie. You've seen killer. Raccoons too dark christmas in the dark and style gloriously. Stupid no but if you really wanna go all out there and see the worst of the worst. It's dude bro. Party massacre three. Okay there is no one or two obvious dude. Bro party massacre. Three the dumbest thing you will ever watch and you will be dumber after watching that. I don't know if i wouldn't go that it's bad enough. Just reading people about double masking on twitter. It's up there with double and triple masking killer. Raccoons too dark christmas and the dark though is enjoyable. And it's i would recommend that one okay so back to the subject of talk radio. Conventional radios decline appears to have accelerated sharply during the pandemic. Yes it has. And that is due to also. It's happening to news media as far as like newspapers also was on a decline prior to two thousand twenty but definitely declining more sharply after that. And that's because frankly advertising dollars dried right up. So you know. Companies that were actually advertising on the radio in in newsprint. For instance probably television as well that we're advertising now. All of a sudden didn't have customers coming through the door so they didn't have the budget anymore to actually pay for the advertising that they were doing so you had companies that we're advertising cancelling at ads like basically saying. Hey we don't have any money anymore so we can't pay you for the ads that we already agreed to buy so some companies just same. Sorry and then. So how do you keep your radio station on the air. How do you keep your newspaper in print. If you don't have any advertisers i mean. These are historically ad driven business models in that whole business. Model just evaporated basically overnight. Thanks to the government in their various different restrictions. So it's it's tough out there for a lot of radio station owners. Although it's probably even tougher for the big mega corporations because they already had huge debt loads that their companies were struggling to pay off prior to cope it. They were already companies like iheartmedia which used to be known as clear channel and cumulus media. These are two of the largest companies in america both of them have gone through bankruptcy proceedings in the last several years last few years as the government gives them money to stay alive. That's a good question honestly. I haven't heard about that happening. It wouldn't surprise me if they have. But for whatever reason. I haven't seen the news on that. The story mentioned stat at some point and it says they filed for bankruptcy protection or something. I don't know exactly dead meets but it probably has a help. Talk media that for last year. One of the only things that we've really had to talk about has been the pandemic otherwise news has been extraordinarily slow throughout the last year. Yeah and i hate it and people are probably sick of talking about it sick of hearing about it. Daily commutes have been disrupted by stay at home orders and a new work from home culture wiping out part of radios lucrative quote. Drivetime audience unclear whether those listeners will return after the pandemic subsides traffic jams return. That is true. I saw the numbers about that. Npr was publishing and that their radio listenership dropped by like twenty five percent really. Yeah because people aren't going to work talk radio older demographics where weakness even before the pandemic said jerry. Del kalaiana and new york university business professor turned off by the hosts. Occasional nastiness and seeking younger customers mini blue. Chip companies have stopped advertising on talk. Radio shows leaving the stations with smaller sponsors. Pay less yes. Some advertisers will not by talk. Radio doesn't matter whether it's left or right wing or whatever they will not by what is considered controversial programming because they don't want to be associated with it. Don't want to be part of some sort of boycott of that kind of publicity. So they stay away from it and that has resulted in. And i think they're about to say this in in the article but that's resulted in a different kind of advertiser. You'll hear people like not that. I listened to show but i've been told that this is going on By by mark edge one of our co host that you'll hear rush limbaugh doing what they call per inquiry or per acquisition calls so or or advertisements in that means that if rush limbaugh's like promoting thing on the air and you call the number that he gives out then rush gets paid so they didn't pay rush to do the ad they pay him on the back end. If you know they sell a tractor or whatever it is that that's how it often works to advertisers as well. You know these. Vpn companies like finding youtube channel senate special url and if someone actually uses that url yet okay yeah or like affiliate links to correct so for for a company like referred for broadcaster like rush limbaugh to have to resort to affiliate links of the equipment the radio equivalent of an affiliate link. Yeah that's that's a tough time so limbaugh style talk. Radio was originally. A solution to the industry's technical and business problems by the nineteen eighty s. Am radio had lost out to the higher fidelity fm band s the preferred medium for music. The most popular kind of radio programming as rock pop country and other formats migrated to fm am stations facing exit-entry crisis. What to do the answer had news. Neither of which required high fidelity limbaugh proved to not only be wildly popular but also cost effective in eight. A savvy former. Abc radio executive. Pant they They fluff out a lot of this. All they had to do was carry rush. Limbaugh's program set aside for minutes per hour for ads. That mclaughlin's company sold to national sponsors and the station has got to sell the remaining commercial time to local advertisers and according to this they got russia's show for free that must have been the early days because that changed say nineteen eighty-eight so six zero three two eight three six one six zero. This is free. Talk live divvy. He's been a pretty good investment for free talk live their ad campaign started in september two thousand nineteen and from mid march to mid july. The values soared by ten times. It's not too late. New wallet hasn't even released yet and other things are happening that i can't even say on the radio. If you want to invest and potentially do well go to divvy project dot org. I can tell you that f. t. l. is deepening partnership with the guys from divvy project. Dot org past performances not an indication of future prophet divvy project dot org d. i v. i. project dot org. 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Suddenly i got bad for a within seconds got banned for posted i had made on december the fourth more than a month before So i don't know it was that about. I don't recall okay but That's suspicious the last time. I was banned. It was because of something related to bitcoin and immediately afterward. I got hit with another thirty day ban. So it's the it's hard to even be upset. You can just do other things with your time. Yeah well i never used facebook much anyway. Because every time i post up getting bad no matter what it is that i post it's stupid. I don't know why i keep doing it. Except it's such a miniscule team to me that hey if it works. I might as well say something there and they just like being abused. I don't know not buy into. Let's go to the phones. You've got the anarchist's republican calling our republican. You're on free. Talk live yeah. Greeting semantic kanda montana. Hello anyway Yeah this is talk about The decline of talk radio is really distressing to me especially given the deep platforming and the other media outlets are because they seem like they're just all On the same tate's the same left as you know Propaganda gets his perpetrated on them. And it's sad to see the decline of it. But i can. I can attest. It's true because I've got the point where the radio is my main media and the local station here. I mean the only play about six different commercials all oh commercials than i mean. I used to get real angry about the commercials you know because they they drive me crazy and then i realized wait a minute. You know these are the people that are supporting your information for them. You wouldn't have it at all. So i mean sometimes they play three or four times an hour the same commercials because betas a bad thing and we and we gotta realize just how much information the great thing about radio is that at night you know you can pick up stations that are thousands of miles away and people just sort of find you and that's how i found you guys. I just happened to tune into you. Yeah i love. The internet doesn't isn't quite like that. The internet is can be controlled and the internet. You seek you generally have to seek out what you're looking for. It's very rare just going to stumble across a signal on the internet. Like you can on radio. And i don't think that radio is on. Its last legs. I think that you know even though it is having a tough time right now due to an and it's not just the pandemic or the government restrictions associated with it. This has been building for decades for talk. Radio in the nineteen ninety s. They had what they called. Consolidation happened in the business and what had happened. Then was the fcc under. I don't know if it was clinton or where it was but at some point they changed the rules to allow one company to own more than more than x. Radio stations that. I remember what the number was but there was a very low limit on the number of stations that one company could own generally and then they they did that limit and it made it so that these companies could buy up tons of radio stations. So come what they did. And that's what they did less than iheart to route enormous numbers of loan right so they bought a bunch of these mom and pop radio stations up and then caught all this debt and then what happened in the in the next decade so not long after in the next decade in the arts. Well guess what. The internet came along with this unexpected competition to radio. I mean some of us could see it coming but the radio business certainly didn't and so then all of a sudden these radio stations had limited competitors on various different broad internet platforms and now as a result of that the price of radio stations started going down and so they'd poured all this money into these stations and then when they tried to sell them later on they could only sell them at fractions of what they had originally paid for them so they've been upside down. On these radio stations. For decades radio disney went on went under a few years ago and literally sold their stations off for fractions of what they paid for them. Sounds like that base os zuckerberg or you guys. Just buy up all the radio too. It's like the newspapers well. They haven't done that yet and if they did try to have you if a if you can buy it for a song ever existed on this planet economics though are that if you start going around trying to buy all the radio stations then all of a sudden the prices are going to go up so that wouldn't be a smart move to make in that particular care but if you're ryan you're right because that's how they get their she. Does those newspapers. They don't really care if those newspapers make money. Those newspapers are just of their voice. Yeah republican thank you so much for the call. I tend to agree with you in. I don't think talk radio or radio in general is going to die but it's going to have to evolve in some ways. Well it did wore my heart when i learned that bonnie who is in her early twenty s actually has listened to the radio. Okay that is good. That was a surprise to me. When i found out that not only has she listened to broadcast radio but has actually listened to. Am radio are you talking about custody. Coast whatever whatever it was. Yeah coast to coast but the point is like generally you don't consider young people to be radio listeners. And i think that's probably true. Generally i mean. Do you know do a lot of your friends. Do they actually listen to the radio. And i don't know anybody that listens to the radio. We all connect our phones via bluetooth to our stereo and we stream music from spot. Yeah the least. I think the least relevant radio out there is music radio. I mean why would anyone listen to it anymore. There's what can you get from usa radio. That you can't get online from a zillion different locations know. I mean and only thing that they have is some program director who picks the songs for you. And if that's what you wanna do. There people online that do that as well. I mean there's also features on spotify where they create a new playlist for you every single day with some artists. You liked those artists and you may never have heard of. I love that is apple music. But i love that on apple music because i just can't remember songs that i like also just shows you new music that you like a discovery factor there and of course then you all you have to do to find out what the song is actually look to look at your device music radio. It doesn't have. I don't think the staying power talked does even though this article things talk is on the way i think just in the process of changing well mark. Mitchell would talk radio. You hear something different every single day. I mean there's no doubt about it. When i try here. I listened to the same two hundred songs. All the time we'll talk. Radio is always different. Six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty hi. I'm derek j. I don't want a politician to represent me to me. 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And you'll be kept in the loop with free talk live i am in. It's free talk. live talk. radio control six three two eight three six one six zero. It's the number talk about whatever you want. Six zero three two eight three sixty one six eight weeks tonight. It's aria bonnie and ian and we've been here on talk radio talking about the decline of talkradio ian as you mentioned earlier. It points out that you know all of these forces are converging on conventional media and they pushed the two biggest station owners iheartmedia cumulus media to file for bankruptcy court protection in two thousand and seventeen in two thousand and respectively. These were the economic str- circumstances prior to the covid restriction. Yes and cova just has exacerbated the situation. It was seem because advertisers tried up. Everyone's shopping online local newspaper. Here in keene new hampshire which has been around since the seventeen hundreds. It's the oldest crap. It's the old late the late seventeen hundreds but still. It's the oldest newspaper in new hampshire. From what i understand. So they've been around long enough. They've got their building paid for right like tape. They must own the building by now. There's no more so the you know. They don't have the biggest overhead as far as some newspapers. They're not renting fancy facilities in new york city here so they were begging for donations to stay in business because they're they had advertisers anymore and they obviously wanted to continue operating so they asked for donations from the community and they got they got around forty thousand dollars in donations on the first run through that i saw them doing. I don't know if they did a subsequent one but you know good for them. So are they still in business they are. Let's go to the phones. We've got david calling from new mexico. David you're on free talk. Live under the heading of sell four. one one. I got a question on that combining some elements that you set your program tonight. You're talking about the ammon bundy and and some Protests to salvation activities that were going on without and Don't wanna draw on somebody said on your program multiple times the past. Is that the the only thing stopping people from having the government they deserve as composers to as opposed to the government is being forced on them. Is that That thin blue line guys out there that are call yourself a thin blue line. You could be working for us for the people but instead you're protecting the The power hungry money hungry Oppressive governments and if what you should do is turn your lying around Posing them and fighting for us. And that's what you need to do and just remember guys that When the people finally get control of this you had better have turned around by then. Because if you haven't you're gonna get the you're going to get taken down and it ain't gonna be. I think it'd be fun for you thumb. it's tough though. I mean to be in that position for for somebody who might be a police officer who actually doesn't want to go along all this tyranny How do you flip if you feel like every other officer is going to be against you know then you just know. You're going to end up in a prison cell for doing that. So that's not going to move a lot of these guys have families that they take care of and at the end of the day. It's the state that cuts that check. And they're not gonna feel like they've got a check coming in from just average people even though i think some people would step up to support them if they made the flip if they flipped actually supporting freedom turning against the state and like went and arrested politicians or something like that. Donate to that. At least at least you need to begin preparing the mentally thinking. Think about it that at the very least they'll keep it to themselves and when they see the tide is turning until the very last moment and turn on the oppressor remember. There's already sheriff's deputies. They're all around the country that are already stating publicly that. Hey we're not gonna follow you. Know the feds are the federal. Police are being forced to enforce These various dictates and the local police especially in the form of the county sheriff's because the sheriffs are elected and they can't be fired by the governor or whomever the state police can. They're already saying. Hey you know. Don't come around here because you're not welcome here and we're going to oppose you right up to the point where there are many counties. That says we're the sheriff said we're going to deputise every damn is in this entire county and arm them all if you try to come in here in boston around and that's what needs to be Followed through on and your for one one You know keep us posted when that. is Active in in being able to be used. Because what we need is more of those gatherings like you had you had one family and one infant in question. And i don't know how many people had showed up at that but that's what we need is a cellphone one to put out an alert. And then if if there are half a dozen or a dozen government officials oppressing a couple of citizens than a hundred of us show up and outnumber them and then when they thank you david. I did that on purpose. I mean he's basically describing the whole reason cell phone was invented in the first place and he's right on i mean he he was on a roll there but i agree with what he's saying. I mean that we've seen the the numbers work in our favor and you always work in your favor. And that's why. I think that just a couple Cops here and they're turning on the government and just staying cops and deciding to do what's right isn't really that's just like government solution like there are plenty of other jobs. They should just quit in not be cops. I would agree. Quinton become like a private security worker or something. Sure look at the threat. Defense center. i believe is what it's called in detroit for a great example of a privately run defense organization that you can hire to patrol your neighborhood to give you self self-defense. to do twenty four seven security. They've got different levels of service that they offer The people of detroit that they serve and they've been doing it for several years now at least maybe most of the last decade. I'm not sure when they were founded but garrett ian from freakin dot com went out there and actually met the owner of threat defense center. I believe he came to. I don't know if it was like pork. Fester liberty forum one year or something like that but i don't know how libertarian. The guy is but he's competing with the police. That's really also. I hope he's being successful. But i mean as they're still in business as people's rights dot org and so forth one have pointed out you know what we do need is a large number of people a glorified technologically capable neighborhood watch. It isn't about snitching to the police when something happens about helping one another when someone needs it. It's about instead of going to the thugs. We just give each other a helping hand. S a wonderful thing and i'm and bundy has proved that it works. Go ahead and it's definitely a solution for when the police are the ones oppressing you. You obviously can't go to them. Yeah ideally you could go to the sheriff but that's never how it actually works out. I apologize it's threat. Management center not threat defense center in case people were out there looking for it in detroit. Threats management center at management center very cool. Check it out so the financial pressures on humulus. An iheart make them unlikely to invest in the one thing that might save political talk radio local personalities. I agree. I think the best thing they could do to save talk radio would be to actually stop censoring people to actually created a platform that is known for being friendly to free speech. Lending people speak their actual opinions. We do that here we do. But we're one of the only ones do and we're not run. By cumulus and iheartradio. How many saintly hold on i want to give credit where credit's due. We are heard on cumulus in iheartmedia stations. So i mean they're not the majority of the stations that were heard on but we are heard on several of them. Sure so you know that's good we're not owned by them in the sense that you know and because cumulus was in the news recently for telling its talk show hosts that they were not allowed to say stop the steel on the air right and so that was like the first time in my history of working in radio where i've ever heard a corporation coming down and telling its talk show hosts that they cannot cover certain subject. That's pretty scary stuff. So it's been noted that sports talk. Radio has fared relatively well with hometown personalities. Yakking about local teams but hiring. Local host is an expensive proposition. rosenthal set. Am radio is an imminent danger unless someone comes along to invest enough to enable it to become a local medium again. Yeah i mean. I wish i could say i'm optimistic about the future of. Am radio. but i can't i mean i. I love broadcast radio. And i hope today. Am can stay relevant but it's day by day. It's getting harder and harder. 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Finding and six zero three two eight three sixty one sixty is the common number if you want to call in and talk about whatever is on your mind. It's been a great show. We've been talking about talk radio and how it's generally in a state of decline. But you think you have an idea of how it's going to adapt or evolve. What's going to happen next at the very least i don't know i mean i've got some predictions. Let's call them somewhat educated guesses. I've been in the business for a couple of decades now and but paid attention to what's been going on and and the the talk radio business and just radio in general has had a tough time over the last two decades since the internet became a competitor radio and broadcast television for a long time. Were the only game in town. Besides the newspaper right like if you wanted entertainment. That's where you went And then of course cable came in in the early nineteen eighties and more channels to the television experience but for the longest time radio didn't really have much in the way of competition. Satellite wasn't really a thing until the last twenty years right. Internet radio started in the late nineties. But it really wasn't a thing until later in the arts and so what changed for radio was all this competition came in. They thought the government was going to protect them from competition. That's what the licensing process does the right the government licensing process whether we're talking about being a restaurant or whether it's you know whatever other government licensed business keeps competition out and so radio. Big corporations thought they were just going to be able to rest easy by up a bunch of radio stations and just kick back and enjoy the money rolling in but internet changed the game and it made it so anybody with you. Know five bucks a month could go and sign up at live three sixty five or whatever i heard. They're still in business but some website and allow them to stream. Whatever music they want a two-day whoever's was willing to listen and there are thousands of internet streaming channels out there and this and i'm talking about before pandora and before you know spotify or whatever these apple music these sort of on demand services are out there so there have been competition to radio now for twenty years. They didn't expect to happen. And paying. licensing fees to the federal government isn't protecting them from it anymore so they're sort of stuck in a real difficult situation where the only thing that they can do and this article did reference it to stay relevant is to be local. Because that's the one thing they can do pretty well that like apple music. Do right like apple. Music is gonna feed your music. But they're not going to be able to tell you what's going on in downtown fill in the blank city. They're going to be able to tell you where the concerts are back when we had concerts a or whatever things are are happening. How depressing when we added concert right and maybe someday those things will happen again. Hopefully a but the point being. It's something that radio could do. But because of all the consolidation that happened in the nineteen ninety s where these big companies got bigger and bigger and bought up all these stations and subsequently went bankrupt. Well they can't do it because they don't have anyone left. I mean they were already cutting jobs in markets all across the united states year after year just because they have all this debt. These companies have these debt loads and they've got to cut their costs in order to deal with that so they don't have anyone left. It's gotten so bad. Like i call radio stations for for free talk. Live right like during the day And you've done some of this work with our but calling radio stations. You talked to program. Directors pitched the show to pitch freetalklive to them to get them to listen to it and consider it. Well it's harder now than it's ever been to get somebody on the phone. And i'm just talking about as secretary like calling up a radio station. One of these big corporate stations. Probably eight out of ten times. There's no one answering no one answering at all at all no no a year ago or so maybe two years ago. I don't remember exactly when it was possible to just about always reach a secretary. You couldn't get the programming director nine times out of ten. Well wait more or less frequently than that. That was a challenge back then. Now it's almost impossible so are they resorting to email now. I mean it's even difficult to reach these people via email. A lot of them are working from home and so emails going to reach him. But you don't get you know it's not the same as getting somebody to pick up a phone right. Is there anything that can save this system. Then so. I don't think that it's hard to say that a company like a iheartmedia or has any kind of a bright future. I mean they've already been bankrupt already. And so i don't know what the next i don't understand bankruptcy law and what all the different sections or or whatever but it's not good right when you go bankrupt so that's probably a bad sign. I think what you're gonna see is they're going to likely sell off a lot of their stations and that will probably result in more mom and pop owners of radio stations again and i think that'll be a good thing for local radio. I think that we may see radio. Have a comeback. Possibly you know if if if you can pick up a radio station at one. Fiftieth of what it would have cost you twenty years ago. Maybe it's worth doing. Sure maybe at a low enough price at the bottom of the barrel enough price which is what we may see happen over the next couple of years that we'll see some fresh ideas Come into radio. i'm just. This is optimism honestly for the for the business. I think that's the only way it's ever going to become local relevant against actually have a local owners. Come in and run this thing. And i think that. Will i think you kind of. We'll have to see that when these stations these big station groups have to liquidate their stations. Because that will be inevitable if they continue going bankrupt right. And i can't imagine attend think you're correct mom and pop places mama pops re buying. These stations is really the only way to proceed for it. I would rather see younger people you know. Yeah i don't think their ideas into it. And i don't think you're gonna see the thing they were talking about earlier where you could just hire somebody to do a show. I don't think that's gonna happen anymore. I think that if you wanna be on the radio you'll have to just do like we did on free. Talk live where we worked for free when we started the show. This was twenty years almost twenty years ago. Now where we said. Hey look just put us on. The air will do the show for free. We just want to be on the air right. And that's what i would expect as. Well yeah if you. There's no other way you're going to be able to do it. You will not have enough money coming into one of these operations to be able to hire staff so you'll have to truly find the people that love the art of broadcasting bring them on board and then tell them hey if you can sell some ads sell. Some ads split with split it with the station. And then everybody's happy. That's the only way it's going to work. That sounds plausible. I would love to see it. I hope so well. That's the end of that article. And there's not much left time to get into anything else of note. I've got an article here from abc. News just highlighting. How stupid people are in michigan. Men killed by a baby shower kenan because he was the explosion. I don't know what's wrong. With people between gender reveals burning thousands of acres of forest in california. What is a baby shower. Cannon is this is the thing it's like my friend just had one at her baby reveal. It's like a little thing with either bluer pink dustin it and they'll like shoot off at their gender revealed thing if it's blue dust. It's boy. I didn't think they could kill people. Don't stand in front of cannons too bad plan. What did he do. He was fatally injured when a cannon exploded a backyard during a baby shower because he was within fifteen feet of the device when the blast occurred. It doesn't say whether he was actually attending or whether he was next door but if he was within fifty feet. I tend to think that is a huge explosion. You've you've seen this in action. I'm just saying fifteen feet is huge. But i have seen it well. He was a hit by the explosion. He was killed by shrapnel. My god what did they load into this thing. Let's just doesn't sound like a little bit of glitter that's being shot into the air. If there's actual shrapnel did the cannon itself explode yes oh so something was wrong with the device itself and used frequently and hasn't been inspected or anything so just wore away overtime. God four or five people were in the backyard when the small cannon was fired but this guy was standing about ten to fifteen feet away and was the only person truck struck by shrapnel three parked cars and the garage where the baby shower was being held also struck oh so no he. He's just happened to be a backyard. Presumably not fist from the other property. The people who were there for the gender reveal also were not near the canon the canon fired by the homeowner as a family celebrating a babies pending arrival was similar to a signal cannon more commonly used. That's a novelty item. And that sounds like what you would have been referring to like. A hand held one. Because i just looked it up to try to show ian and they all looked hand held like a roman candle. Say this doesn't sound like it could be hand held. If it's exploding with shrapnel hills man i mean that seems unlikely. I know i'm laughing in. That's horrible but the the stupidity on display here. This guy bought the kennan. An auction had fired several times before. It's suspected that the shrapnel came from kenan breaking apart during the explosion is designed to create a big flash allow noise and create smoke the cannon did not contain any project house but is suspected that the gunpowder loaded into the device caused the candidate who fracture resulting in shrapnel being spread in the area so he bought a real cannon. Like not the type that i was talking about it all and just tried to put like some powder in it and killed someone. That's pretty much what it sounds like. 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Case scenarios due to climate change and states like texas have several risks that to be addressed a twenty twenty study by texas a and m university showed climate change threats for texas in the next fifteen years include warmer weather more wildfires. Urban flooding and increased impact from hurricanes. That scenario could include people fleeing coastal cities as a c. Level continues to rise univision chief meteorologist eric. Pino pointed to research the shows. The global climate crisis could displace two billion people in the next eight years. People are losing their homes. We see it all the time coming from different countries but also coming from different parts of the us before leaving for all sorts of reasons. I'm ross brown to address. Climate by no ready has taken steps to reverse trump administration actions from cancelling the keystone xl pipeline to rejoining the paris climate agreement c. n. n. reports six republicans joined all of their democratic colleagues tuesday to vote that the impeachment trial against former president. Donald trump is constitutional louisiana. Senator bill cassidy was the sole republican to switch his vote after an initial vote on constitutionality last week the fifty six to forty four five vote marked the closing chapter of tuesday's proceedings for the senate adjourned until noon today. She didn't reports all but six. Republican senators voted. The trial was unconstitutional. Because trump is no longer president. It's the second time. Such a vote was taken out. Senator rand paul e. kentucky republican forced to vote of the same question last month. A north dakota legislative committee has approved a measure that lgbtq advocates say unfairly targets. transgender athletes. Are mike morin reports bill. Supporters say. They don't want unfair competition in team sports this week. The house human services committee advanced a proposal that effectively bars public high school athletes who identify as transgender from participating in team sports. That don't align with the sex on their birth certificate. Bill sponsors say can especially protect female athletes. So they wouldn't have to face competition from athletes born males but brandy hardy of the north dakota human rights coalition says that argument is counterproductive. I think that it's agreed to stand behind. One movement to push forward hate towards another group of people. Similar legislation has surfaced and other states in recent years. The north dakota bell has amendments including removing language for college. Sports over concerns the law would result in regional schools losing out on hosting events under current rules. In north dakota transgender. Students are allowed to sign up for activities under their. Identifying gender was certain restrictions. This is p. Ns the california public utilities commission meets tomorrow to vote on contracts for more power generation to avoid a repeat of last summer's blackouts clean. Energy groups are saying it's unclear. How much energy we need. Because they feel the state's explanations for the outages are insufficient the california independent system operator known as caso blamed the blackouts primarily unaccessible heat breakdowns at power plants and software issues but loretta lynch former head of the california public. Utilities commission. Says there's more to the story. It may well be the defects. In california's electricity. Market design and in his operations have allowed for trading strategies that created artificial supply shortages and that those cost last summer's blackouts some fear a repeat of the energy crisis of two thousand when oil companies managed to manipulate the state's electricity market costing billions for public news service. I'm suzanne potter in montana advocates. They're fighting. Cancer are urging state lawmakers not to roll back anti-smoking policies this session. More matt from eric taken off kristen page with the american cancer society cancer action network in montana says one bill house bill. Two five would allow for the creation of bars where cigar. Smoking is allowed. Everyone deserves the right to breathe clean. Indoor air smoke free air and no one should have to risk their health to earn a living. The bill received a public hearing. On tuesday one proponent from the organization americans for prosperity. Montana said the bill would benefit entrepreneurs in montana should be able to make their own choices about smoking. The american cancer society action network also wants montana to maintain five million dollars annually in funding for the state's tobacco prevention and cessation program. Finally diane gives us this. Update following virginia's landmark passage of the clean energy act last year study. Show cars and trucks are the leading cause of air. Pollution in virginia and house spilled nineteen sixty five would establish stricter clean car emission standards according to harry godfrey with advanced energy economy. He says the bill also would require carmakers to send more electric vehicles or ev's to virginia's auto dealers to encourage folks to buy electric low emission vehicles standards and zero emission vehicle standards are important aspect of making certain folks actually have access to these vehicles when they go out to buy a new or used vehicles so this is about making certain those vehicles are actually coming to virginia. Other bills passed. The house of the senate would provide an easy rebate program a grant fund to encourage virginia schools to replace diesel buses with electric ones and one to expand the state's ev charging infrastructure this by clifford from public news service member. A listener supported heard on radio stations. Big and small and online at public news service donowaki. Here's a look at weather from the haukeland news. Newsfeed weather center today. Cloudy and cold with a forty percent chance of snow accumulation between one and three inches high near nineteen tonight. Snowfall continues cloudy and windy with a low and fourteen. There is a thirty percent chance of continued snow thursday. Cloudy windy and cold heine twenty. That's the latest weather. Checkoff more news and weather on our website at heartland newsfeed dot com fair that gina game with the us at the end pain had eighteen. Randall had twelve and a game. Berg's had eleven rose second leading scorer on a team payton. Eighteen rose fourteen. I thought everybody played well. There was a great game. Miami somehow wins it. They were down eight in the fourth quarter with like five minutes to go and they still won the game. I mean the knicks just blew it. You're up eight late in the fourth. You've got to win the game yet. She gets to take the lead on the randall. Baseline step back. That mrs then you file and go to the make the free throws he makes one of two. You get a chance to tie or win and barad misses the lab. You gotta be kidding me. I mean you've gotta be kidding me. I can't even. I can't even watch. I gotta turn the channel. I can't even watch. I gotta move onto the game. Celtics jazzed getting set to go and salt lake. Shakers jazz laying five and a hook. I actually think. I got. I think on today's it opened it for today's show on coast to coast that could swarm. Avi i got. The celtics was six in jazz to win. So we'll see if that games as good as advertised on paper. It looks like you know game of the night. Plus you had the magic blazers getting set to go. Sixers kings the golden one in sac town. Pelicans blew out the rockets tonight. I hit that one. Thirty two one on one the nets lose pistons the pistons plus nine and then i hit the knicks and heat both ways right now. The warriors are up. Twelve on the spurs was seven left in the third. I got the warriors going in that game tonight. Good sharon marcus. 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You can can winning. And this is the sports radio network ferrallonthebench with you ready. We have was saying marcus. Johnson the philly enquirer this hour coming up here in something like thirteen minutes or something like that. Anyway we're going to get into everything for odell style. There's a lot to talk about with that city. I mean you got the carson wentz drama. You got a new head coach. Joe saturate hani the legendary guitarist. Now running the eagles. I'm hearing now in my ear. Serianni for mafia. Actually someone else entirely. I just thought saturday on anything which stick anyway Talk about the flyers. They've been pretty tough. There game got cancelled tonight but there Former gm ron hextall. Got the gm job in pittsburgh. Today of the penguins. I think it a undercover operation. Mafia to ruin the penguins franchise. I think that he is a frankly fire for life. And i know he worked with the kings and everything but and you know he ran the flyers for awhile and then i just think that like there's no any hates martin penguins in his career if you ask me and then like the flyers and penguins hate each other. It's just constant hate. It's been going on since i was in my mother's womb and then i just felt like one of the players in my lifetime that i hated more than anyone was ron. Hextall hated hated him. Like you have no idea. He like it'd be like you with the islanders right same kind of thing and then but i don't like them either come to think of it you know. There's two teams that have irritated me. Well actually three irradiated me the most one. I hated the flyers. Two handed the islanders because they always beat us in the playoffs and like double overtime hollick. Whatever overtime goal whatever it was and then the canadians. They always beat us in the playoffs so every time they faced the canadians staff camel larry last season. They did it again. Cam larry few years ago you remember when they beat them in the playoffs. And you had to pull me off the ledge on the gw bridge three hundred feet over the frozen hudson river. I was going to jump in and you've reached out of the car and saved my life. I can't stand any of teams. And then today. When i saw i got that guy's jan like i knew they were talking to him but i wanted to puke because i feel like he's a fascist and he's going to go in there and his mission is to he's like mission impossible mavi. I think he's actually destroy the organization one footage of him when they talked about making a trade that would have netted them three great player. He wouldn't do the deal because he's good. See that and then we can talk about the sixers. Would joel embiid tobias harris. And mr simmons and they got a big game tonight and sat town. Unless i'm mistaken. I just said they were playing them there. I went for the upset tonight with the kings. We'll see if they can handle. Joe joe but we'll talk to him in a few minutes either way celtics and jazz getting set to go. I have to tell you mafia that. I'm upset again tonight. I don't know if you knew this. But last night. I was upset because i know that i sat on the show. We did it on. Costa goes in on ferrallonthebench night. I talked about how troubling it was for me to see. Pedro gomez die. And you know it's weird. I didn't know him. But i felt like i did. Because he covered. Barry bonds when i covered barry bonds and he covered him in san francisco right and he covered at one point or another his career. The as the axe brothers and so he was always out there in the bay area. I was in the bay area. I knew he was. I didn't know him personally. We weren't like friends or anything literally. Ever but i said this last night i'm not gonna drag into it anymore. Other than to say you know fifty eight years old with four kids away. One of his kids is a minor league baseball player. In the red sox organization. I felt absolutely horrible for his family and friends and colleagues and people even at espn. They worked with them for so long and he was just such an unbelievable guy. I always liked his work. I thought he was unique in that he could speak different languages and he spoke to players languages. He got along with all the latin players. He was cuban His father brought him over to miami when he was literally in his mother's womb and then when when they got there like twenty days later she had the baby so he was born in miami. But his family's cuban and he went back there several times and reported on what it was like in havana and i just thought he was a fascinating guy. Reporting on baseball was a fantastic. He'd been to like twenty five world series things like this and he died at fifty eight hundred drop dead and i just you know. I'm fifty five years old. I you know the deal. I ball lot. I work out every day. Obsessed with you now. Frankly you know working out. I like to box and kick box and lift weights and swim and play basketball. That's what i do once in a while. I go golfing with mafia and watch him drink a case of paths blue ribbon in two hours he can drink the case and again i saw carbohydrate a twelve pack of bud light in in an hour in los angeles and i lived through them with their alcohol problems because i used to drink so much and i don't anymore instead of drinking i work out. Apparently that's the same thing. I drank as much as i work out. But i i take really good care of myself. You know and i guess when you start getting to be my age start thinking about stuff like that you got kids wife and blah blah blah life insurance all that stuff you know. See your kids go if you will. Some people want to see their kids go to college get married and then the normal stuff and i just cannot believe that i saw some guy fifty eight years old drop dead and i you know my mother died. When i was young. My father died a couple of years ago. And then i see this guy. Terrific taylor today and am i wrong mafia. He was a friend of ours. He's been on my show a bunch of times. he used to come on ferrallonthebench a lot. And what talking about the kansas city chiefs right when he was with the kansas city star. They're choosing admin all the time and then he went to. Yahoo was through the national thing. We had a monster. And it's like you said terribly it's one thing you see. Pedro gomez and he was young too young for him as well but then tarez pallor only thirty seven years old. And obviously we're not like in these guys lives no. We don't know them that closely. It'd be like oh well this was going on what wasn't going on but no for what both seem to be out of nowhere. They just pass away. Well before they should have is just crazy i like he does he thirty seven. I mean like. I'm way older than him right. And that just shouldn't happen as far as you know what i mean like the i know. You're thirty five. I i don't understand how and it's weird right like the good the good die young. Don young dantonio billy joel right so i just feel like it shouldn't happen. I just don't understand that like i. I've never been able to grasp losing my mom that a young age losing a lot of friends a lot of people i've seen a lot of people died and everything in my lifetime into a lot of funerals and i just hate it and i just cannot believe i watched this week. Two guys. fifty eight is young to me and thirty. Seven is just ridiculous. That guy should not be dead just crazy. Just just feel horrible for their family and friends and everybody my condolences. I knew i was on my show fifty times so i just feel terrible. Attention timeshare owners. This is an urgent consumer or from timeshare exit hotline a national company specializing in helping consumers legally get out of their expensive timeshare contracts. We're offering you away to legally get rid of your timeshare. 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It might not seem like. I'm listening to you but i am. I hear you and what you say really doesn't matter to me. I mean let's be honest. No kid likes rules. But i get why we have them. I hear you. And i know it's because you care all the toxic fat over the years including what you've told me about not using alcohol and other drugs they stick with me and believe it or not they really do make a difference especially at times matter drink nothing some good so thank you for talking and preparing me for what's ahead thanks. Mom never giving up and always being my biggest fan. Thank you for letting me know what you expect. So i can try to meet your expectations for more information about talking with your kids about underage use of alcohol and other drugs visit underage drinking dot samsa dot gov now more from ferrall on the bench here on sports overnight america. Our boy marcus hayes in philadelphia inquirer back on the bench waxing up on mahogany. Hey bro good guy how you doing man. I'm and so. I have to start with this. Did you know through your career. This taylor guy. 'cause we were i. We were just talking about him. I i'm he'd been on my show a ton of times over the years working with the kansas city star and then at yahoo like he was always like you know coming on. You know during football season every year. He just seemed like the greatest guy ever like. I never actually hung out with him. Did you ever gnome in all your travels covering the eagles and stuff like that. He's one of those guys that like everybody knew. And that's why he got the yahoo job because it was kinda like his game it was kinda like his life like you know like pedro gomez right from the right from espn. He's that guy everybody knew of. Everybody liked him. Everybody respected him. And that's why they rose. You know they were. He was so respected and more. It was more respect than like. I mean i. It sounds as though he was trying to get us. But it wasn't a kiss ass you know he was a good reporter and you know. I have connections in kansas city and they can't city Coaching staff loved dealing with though. So it's a big loss for our community. Yeah there's no doubt like i you know. I told the story earlier before you came on that. I didn't know pedro. But i followed him forever. And he worked in the bay area. When i lived there and worked there and covered bonds and i covered bonds and i knew bonds from my pittsburgh days and we didn't like each other. I told him what i thought of him a couple of times and he was best baseball player i ever saw but i told him right to his face what i thought of him because he treated people like us like crap and just like his dad did and then i was always around this guy but never really knew him and then when he when he dropped dead no offense i felt like it was just so sudden and horrible at fifty eight with a big family bunch of kids a kid in minor league baseball with the red sox i just felt so horrible for his family and colleagues i just thought it was devastating and then like a day later two days later this kid thirty seven drops dead out of nowhere. I'm just like i'm fifty five marcus. I'm freaking out. I'm like what is going on here. This is insanity. I couldn't even believe either one of the stories could you. Well no honestly and you know. Pedro the phillies for eight years and they were a pretty big deal and bonds was a pretty big deal. I mean i remember. One time i went into the the key the giants clubhouse and you know bonds had the big recliner in the end of the clubhouse and whatnot and billy wagner had just been traded to phillies urban Phillies and. I wanted to ask barry about you. Know facing A big left hand a left-hander with one hundred mile. An hour fastball and berry was being such an idiot with his trainer there. Pedro actually reprimanded and it was myself and mld dot com guy berry his trainer and pedro was there and he just like buried. That's not appropriate. I mean come on just walked away very didn't do a nicer you know. But he had It's funny even pedro. That is Has breaking point with barry bonds. I mean because berries jerked and it's so funny to me. Because i knew him really well after covered him. So many years in pittsburgh and san francisco that like me. Okay like i may not be. This may not be that. I may be you know whatever you can call me wherever you want all. Although everyone knows. I'm cool and i'm i'm not a deed of people and i treat everyone like i wanted to be treated in life and i get along with people and i support people and i've never been really a jerk to people that i can recall. I may be everything else. But i never. I'm not putting up with it like so. You wanna treat me that way. I don't care who you are all right in front of your face. I'll throw something at you and i did. I got into it with him. They threw me out of the clubhouse multiple times. Because i had run ins with bonds but that guy that pedro gomez guy was like the night sky ever like like you sent from heaven and there was nothing worse to me than being around bonds. And you know it's funny. After his baseball life this whole act is trying to be nice and riding bikes and being nice to people is so funny because he and his dad were both just complete a holes to everyone their whole life. That's all there is to it. They hate to media. You cannot change your colors after you're done playing but that guy. That guy pedro gamez. Was there anyone nicer ever like. When a guy went back cuban was doing stories about havana. I was like crying. I mean you know what i mean. He had that ability. He was very authentic very real. And that's one of the reasons people respect to him so much and you know as well as i do. There's no beat more grueling than the baseball the because you're just gone all the time and every single day and sixteen hours you know and to be able to have that sort of demeanor every single day that pedro had it's just You know like you said. It's it's something angelic it's something heavenly. How old are you now. Marcus fifty two right. So i got three years on you. I'm double nickels. So that stuff scares me and i was telling audience. I i really. I work out a lot of a lot of all. You know me better on the show a million times. I worry about that stuff. I see guys like that. His age or pedro's age dropping dead. I just because they just died out of nowhere. It wasn't like they were sick or something or had any kind of maladies. I just feel like no one's even saying what happened. They just died quickly. And i've been around that with my mom and my dad. Diana been around a lot of friends that have died and it just kind of creeps me out. I just feel awful today with all the stuff. That's been going on sunday and today it's me out i have to ask you. Let's get onto something else. Now no offense. I didn't wanna bummed me out. But i knew you know. I knew i knew you weren't around these guys because you've had a long storied career and people know you and you had to have met him so. I figured i'd at least ask your opinion. So so i haven't conspiracy theory ellen. Throw your way i believe. And you'll say i'm drunk or something. I believe that ron hextall was hired by the penguins to go in and destroy my hockey team. Like is there anyone on earth that hates the penguins more than the flyers. Or ron hextall. I've never hated anyone. More than i've aided ron hextall and billy smith okay so dead. I hate him dead. And i literally hate him dead and like he got the job running my five time stanley cup champion venues today and i think he's there to break up the team ruin a team traded away all their draft picks all their good players poison. I think he'll poison guinea malkin poison. Like like like your boy. Putin putin poisoned that they got him in prison. They're going to kill him. That's what i believe. Ron hextall has been hard to do. A secret mission from god from philadelphia to destroy ocoee franchise. It's gotta be happening right now. it's probably already started. He's probably already started spiking their food. Well this there's no love love. Lost between ron hextall and flyers. 'cause the flyers. The flyers asked him to rebuild their team from the ground up. He did it right. However he wouldn't fire dave hacksaw. The college turned pro coach. And he wouldn't bring taylor. Bob carter heart in time so they fired him. Ron hextall will never forgive them for that. If you want someone to rebuild the penguin and build them to beat a specific team like the fires ron hextall will sell his kidney. Do get that done. Their hextall despite is the penguins. The the the philadelphia fires couldn't pay. Ron hextall enough to help the philadelphia flyers at this point so ron hextall is penguin nation. He's pittsburgh through right now. The he's earned coat like benedict carl. He's he's the best guy could have the best guys you have. The is not easy. he's on your side. Trust me yeah. I i remember. They got fired and fill it up. They asked the day he got fired. Philadelphia flyers are pretty classy. They rented him a hotel room or hotel conference room across the street from the flyers skate zone so he could hold a press conference with real for us. They couldn't have this press conference at the flyers skates on. They've they've they rented him a conference room and gave him a pr guy. Have a sort of farewell press conference and after the press conference. He was just. He felt so betrayed and he will work. 'cause his dying breath to for retribution against the team that he wants love. Wow that is crazy. Because i think he's satan. And i just couldn't believe like i knew that i knew that he was gonna interviewing and he had a second interview when they start talking about second interviews in the nhl with all wight old man old. You know recycled bottle. Water these guys. Get jobs like brian burke. He got the president of hockey ops job. He's sixty six guys. Had fifteen jobs. I mean you couldn't get rid of him. If he'd died he'd literally come back from the dead and run five more teams. But when i saw ron hextall had a second interview i was like. Oh no oh no. They're gonna hire satan weekend at brian Listen i i telling you there's something going on. It's a conspiracy now buddy to law school with him at harvard and so i called him up today and i said can you get him on my show. Because he's a crusty old fart. And i was like can he get him on the show today and he said let me call him and obviously the guy heard ferraro ran through the phone in the pool and shot his dog and he didn't do the interview but i'm not sure i like him either. I don't know what to say when we come back. We'll talk to margaret as about the eagles and the sixers. I might even ask him about the vilis. I'm in that kind of mood. Eight four four eight four hundred sixty eight seventy nine. I don't even any idea damage done. I have left. I got off. Emanate vance checkout win. Dog dr worldwide. Thirty five years radio presents. Find out why. He's every saturday and eleven and pacific. Time when pedro fix over the sports by air with bring thought live worldwide. 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I don't care if you run. A you know the boston marathon. Don't tell me that anyone was better than allen. Iverson okay. i don't wanna eric. I will go to my grave thinking he was the most exciting toothpick skinny ankle breaking bucket making bad ass buck fifty soaking wet and would absolutely take michael jordan and wearing out his jockstrap with his moves and took. The sixers did a finals on his back which he could barely carry a lunch bucket to school when he was a little kid is so skinny. And little and that guy. I think kyrie irvings great. I think he's awesome. I think he's incredible when he plays today's a month. But no one is better than allen. Iverson i just wanted to say that because you're in philly. I'm not having it. He was my favorite player. That guy was a freak from high school. Georgetown all the way to the sixers. Are you kidding me. I don't even care where he played still. He'd better today. He played it all drunk. Yeah almaz exciting. to watch. car is twice the basketball player. Alan iverson is so you better career so much better than alan iverson. And i covered every every year about in philadelphia and it was fun to why you know right now. I cannot believe you sided with these communists. These fascists. what you go to. Dinner with steve nash. You hanging out him now. Let's liberal person in america and canada. Listen you you. here's what happened. Here's a happen you. You're rooting for some guy. I think he's a great player to the guy that shows up for work. One one day a month place to a month takes more vacations than howard stern. I mean your boy honestly in high by flat. Don't forget about things. The world's howard taught me how to take vacations. I respect his vacation schedule by the way but that guy. I'm sorry now you so you must not elect iverson. When he played there. was that it. No you like both. You could think both are great. I mean both are going to be in the hall of fame. Car irving is just a wonderful wonderful player Allen might be a better athlete than kyri because he's got the kyri has more skilled better shooting better finishing better passing basketball player. And let's be honest allen. You're a good basketball player. You know that allen had serious deficiencies in his game to the degree that he couldn't play point guard late in his career. You know all had to do was bring the ball up. Indiscriminate properly couldn't do it so what will what will will will kyri irving do late in his career. Besides not play. He won't even show up. He won't even that guy in last five he won't even last five more years in the nba. He's gonna be he's gonna turn around a church or something you might. You might be right. But he's got a ring. Yeah well philly would've ever given iverson any players. He would have won more rings. Well with the guy won't give the ball back up the nobody ever wanted to play with that guy. Why because he was he does he put on a show every night. No you never gave the ball back. That's why i trust me. I love watching. Alan iverson but alan iverson play winning basketball play perfect basketball. You know but i. I respect steve nashes opinion. Because you know another guy with a jacket right fair enough but do you think that it helped at all that Kyrie irving god his ring Playing with lebron james. Who did iverson i allen needed help. There's no doubt but you have to be able to accept the help people have the to play with you. Nobody wanted to play on. Alan iverson seen. You couldn't pay him enough. Let you literally couldn't pay it up a good player enough to play with alan iverson paul. How homeless had that happened to him. You know sacrilege. I can't believe this stuff coming out of your mouth. It's it's sacrilege. it should be. There should be a police at your door. You should be taken in for questioning immediately. They should show up with a warrant at your house right now. Can't even believe this to me frozen. Blasphemy especially in philly right last philadelphia. Can you believe this guy mafia. Can you even believe it i. I don't know what to do now. I feel like. I just got a flat tire on a highway. And i'm in texas and arizona. The nearest town is four hundred miles away. Let me ask you so now. Now that you are a communist now that you have Nerve you've rattled me is what you've done you've ruined my night now. I don't like not. I'll tell you what i think irving's incredible to. I won't deny that. I think he's incredible. But i don't know i'd rather see you know. Drunken alan iverson wasted showing up and playing with a hangover than the guy that never shows up for work and takes off weeks at a time because he needs to talk to jesus or whatever he's doing. I'm telling you that bothers me. I don't know anyone that does that to their teammates. I need a break up. Break up what lake. you're worried about. Covid everyone's worried about kobe. Worried about the world changing the world. Everybody's changing in the world and worried about showing you make thirty five million show up and play ball. That's all. I know that iverson that never played. You didn't practice. Who cares about practice. Hey so is joe. Joe simmons tobias. I think to buy a suspend the difference for me in that when when they got him i never thought he did anything other than get his average eighteen to twenty and night or whatever but now i think i've noticed that he finally in whatever it is year three or something. I could be wrong. I think he's taken his game to another level and he's added that piece that they wanted all along that can produce at a high level with those other guys instead of just watching them produce while you're right things that he does better now is when joel embiid goes out of the game. He's able to create his own shot off the dribble and get open and produce he. He's a good secondary scorer both from the perimeter and from the post depending on the matchups other thing that i think we'll see manifest itself as we go along the season is he's much better one on one defensively and with his defensive positioning. And that's something you gotta learn. You know. I i credit brett brown a lot with the fact that joel embiid and simmons and now tobias harris understand advanced defensive concept team defensive concepts and are applying them. It's not like doc rivers taught these guys how to play defense and six weeks or whatever this is the this is the vestige of brett brown and his assistant so yes tobias took a big step forward this season. We'll see how far it can go when team started couldn't treating him like a chris middleton and really try to start locking him down you know. Yeah so do you think And i i still want to ask you about but do you think doc has made a difference at all since he's been there. Yeah joel and ben respect dock more than they respected brett brown and with this generation of athletes. That's incredibly important. Especially since joel. And ben have huge deficiencies remaining in their games and that's not a criticism. They're both relatively new to what they're being asked to. Joel two b. basketball player in general. He didn't start playing until nine years ago. And then to be a point guard having been a kind of a point forward most of his career but yes the respect for doc rivers makes a huge difference with those players. What did you think when they The eagles higher joe saturday on the legendary guitarist to be their head football coach gregg. You said that. Every time. I see his name. I think about joe satra. I've actually written nick satriano a couple of times and deleted it Knicks giuliani is. You know. I feel sorry for him. He's he's inheriting a horrible situation in that his best players are old is young players aren't talented. His ownership the his owner and his general manager are irrational at this point and they have huge salary. Cap problems yeah. He's just he's a horrible situation. And i don't think he's built for you. Know i grew up in new york state. I know jamestown new york. It ain't philadelphia indianapolis ain't philadelphia. You know so. I don't know that he's built for this town and this job. Yeah i believe me. I went on tv. And i said to adam. Kaplan you know adam. I said that guy is in over his head that and that initial press conference. I don't care what anybody says. That was all you need to know that. He's in for nightmare on his. He is gonna they're gonna. Edm alive there in philly. So what are they gonna do with wins. Because i think it's the call. It's the bears are over here like saying that the the eagles are ridiculous. What they want as he getting traded this week. I don't think he's gonna get traded this week. I think the eagles hoped that one of the teams in play including the colts and the bears. Those are the teams we know about. But i think there are a couple of other teams. That are interested. I think they thought okay before everybody else comes on the market. Let's see what we can get. The big deal is there's a ten million dollar roster bonus carson is due early march that i think the talks heat up and that's what i think. The eagles decide. Are we just going to cut bait. Or are we gonna try to call carson's book because everybody's talking about carson wants to leave. What's he gonna do. you know. take the year off. take two years off. The eagles are if he does. You've got the past you know he's just i mean they they can play what is called mexican standoff. There is no there is there is no reason for them to blake. You know understand. I don't understand the leverage carson. Thinks he has if they if he thinks they're gonna pay thirty four million dollars. Which is their cabinet for a fourth round draft. Pick and a backup linebacker. He's crazy you know and bend over backwards to do everything or him even before he got drafted. They hired a coaching staff to develop whatever quarterback they drafted into them. Sixteen with him in mind though he can't they're not great at it but they've done everything they can to accommodate and weaponized him if he doesn't appreciate it he doesn't like it if i'm them i'm just like okay. We'll see you in. We'll see you in july or we won't you know it's your paycheck. Come get it. Wow that's crazy. I got a a minute respectively. Phillies going to be any good. No no. they're not going to be any good. The rest of the east and the national league going to be great. I mean they are a normal philly. This vilis rostrum normally would be a ninety one team in this division. There eighty win team. Wow eighty wins and then got his fourteen milk clean per year. So i don't believe you. I'm not even i'm gonna toss and turn all night. You set all those. Just horrible things about alan iverson. Honestly like i hope you know honestly i e coli i. I'm going to stay away from salads. And i love you marcus. I love you bro. You the vast. I always enjoy having you on his show. You grabbed me out great stuff. I'll catch again real soon. Dude all the best round me man. I talk to you later. My man marcus says the philadelphia inquirer great guy in great writer Check out his stuff. And i can't believe the knife in my chest right now. Mafia talking about a. I like that. Have you written a book. You can become a published author with durins publishing. 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I get so upset about that. Mafia you know that drives me nuts. Wasn't i in music prison last week or the last two weeks started getting all kinds of musicals like we see them up when we started leaving lack freaky pete knicks. I just wanted to say that. I've been breaking rules my whole life and i've had a lot of fun doing it and i'm going to continue to do it until they finally disarray me from this earth so i keep trying to watch the saint. John's game down sixty four sixty. Three two butler. I've turned this game on nine times and it's in a commercial is the deal. Oh it's finally on. They had fifteen minutes of commercial is in the middle of the game. Three minutes left. I mean that was the longest television commercial break. I've ever seen in my life for a basketball game. my god. How can you be as hot as saint. John's has been mafia as hot as all get out and they can't beat butler. I mean butlers. Been horrible. they're up three on saint john's now to forty left. I can't believe that the janis have been on fire. And then you go there. I told you today on because he goes. I'm like go to hang call you'll lose. Let's say it doesn't matter if they were to and twenty. They'll beat anybody in that jim. There's something about the field. How's that places haunted haunted house. Mafia knows there's ghosts that the hinkle fieldhouse they're gonna play. Nc double a. tournament games there. You're gonna see all kinds of big upsets in that building because it's run by ghosts. Paranormal bobby knows. It's true people. Marcus hayes targeted iverson. Could you believe he talks. Bad about alan iverson. One person that upbringing watch him. He's free it's ferrallonthebench sports fans. This is editor check out my show orphan sports byline sunday each and every sunday eight. Am to ten. Am pacific time on door on sports. On the sports byline you were saying and sports byline dot com. You're listening to ferrall on the bench. 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They believe in or stand up for sunday. Believe doesn't everyone have something going on in their life but they still go to work. You know it's funny. You know me you've nami seventeen years you've seen me go to you can count on one hand. The amount shows. I'd missed on one hand and i'm just telling you like all this talk and i i love marcus hayes. He can say whatever he wants. And i still love him. That he doesn't think everson's better than kyrie irving but the reality is he basically said no one likes him and everyone hated playing with him because he's a ball hog but the reality is in my opinion like numbers. Don't lie everything in the nba is about numbers in rings. And i get that he wanted ring. And i just said it simply add lebron james down iberson never had anything he never had anybody and the bottom line is is that his numbers are so staggeringly higher than kyrie irvings. It's not even funny. I mean kyrie irving has never once gone over thirty points for you know a season like averaged over thirty points. He's never done it so his best season ever twenty five points whatever. Seventeen in college none of never wants iverson beat him in every level college and pro every level every season. What do you think all with you. I think is definitely a more talented player in physically gets it. Probably but i worked hard of the guy would not let anybody beat him because every game and he played every game it was like watching a voodoo doll with all the injuries. The guy would have. They'd played every game everywhere guys. Let's wake people talk about people. Hate him. I think more people hate irving we'll come back and talk about. You're listening to ferrall on the bench here on sports overnight. America here's an important covid nineteen school system update for your local area. If you're concerned about your child's education please pay close attention to this message. 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Thousand four hundred forty minutes eighty six thousand four hundred seconds and we still have trouble squeezing all this glorious sweeping list this sports grid radio network all right so Six foot one hundred sixty five pounds soaking wet fourteen seasons in the end the shooting point guard eleven time. Nba all star was the all star game. Mvp in two thousand one or two thousand five and in two thousand one he was the mvp of the league and he's in the hall of fame and everybody knows he partied. He drank like a fish. The whole deal. And all i know is and i know that after the sixers nuggets pistons grizzlies. It all was kind of a slippery slope down after that. But in philly in philly for me to time like i said. Mvp or the all star game three time all nba first team three time all nba team. All nba team wants rugged here nba first team nba rookie game heavy vp four-time nba scoring champ four times three time nba steals leader. His numbers retired. He was an all american. Georgetown first team all big east. Second team all big east. Two-time time biggies defensive player of the year biggies rookie of the year and a parade. All american twenty four thousand three hundred and sixty eight points. Three three hundred ninety four boards. Five thousand six hundred and twenty four times bronze in athens. I was there when they failed to win the gold medal in athens. I went with my dad to the athens olympics. I went to see basketball soccer. The whole deal dragon field. Boxing still gambling win it. But i'm just saying like i don't have a i mean that's just crazy right like you can't even i mean what are you going to say about that like. I don't even understand how you could. Even i get it. I understand you know what i think. Mafia is is that it's because he's playing now and he's in your vision. He's on your tv. He's in your life you see him on. Espn you see him. You know we certainly see him a lot around here in new york because he's on tv every night playing basketball when he shows up but he was rookie of the year. Slide about cavs first overall pick in the twenty eleven draft six time all star two time. All india won the championship with the cavs in twenty sixteen. Whenever it was. And i won't deny the guys impressive six time. Nba all star nba all star game. Mvp wants iverson. Did it twice all nba second team. All nba. Thirteen not not first team. Nba first team at second and third. He won the three point contest and twenty thirteen. Usa basketball male athlete of the year. Whatever that is feeble world cup. Mvp in two thousand fourteen. I will say this. He won gold in rio. So that's impressive. You know. I'm just telling you like you can talk all you want career twenty two four way less than i mean. Let's face it. Five points huge and then playoff averaged twenty three. It's also under iverson college under iverson. I mean it's all about i get it though. Give him the ring and they'll as better because he's got a ring. That's like saying dan marino sox. Alan iverson never played with anybody. That's just all there is to it and you play with lebron james it. His prime look what happened. The guy went to eight straight finals. I and kyrie irving played with him and one a title and then he couldn't get away from him fast enough. So was it the other way around. They couldn't deal with him then. He went to boston that workout. Now he's in brooklyn work out when they got harden what everybody say mafia they said. How's he going to be able to get along with kyrie irving who's a complete ball hog and it's like marcus said that iverson's a ball hog. What does that make kyrie irving. I mean honestly. I mean i could sit here all day and argue with anybody. And here's another thing in my opinion. And i've said this every time someone asks about it is that iverson there was no one. No one at all could guard him including michael jordan. And that's all there is to it and then fair enough that that people think kyrie's better like steve nash. I get it. But i never saw kyrie irving light up michael jordan. And who did he light up. I mean who did he light up like. Who's better than michael jordan that he's played with. Besides lebron james right you tell me who's better who who's better in terms of who's better than lebron james and the nba. Right now in terms of like that that he's lit up you know when he played they beat they beat the warriors right on his shot. I'll give him natty a game. Winning shot to win the nba title on a team with lebron james. Do you think that kyrie irving could have beaten the warriors without lebron james blocking that shot on the glass and come back from three one down. Do you think they came back from three one down. Because a hammer lebron james poodle and look at the play before that that shot that he got was bronco. Chase block are the ones that shot that he took matter right. So that's my point. I just said same thing. So my point is is who is he broke down. That's better than michael jordan. Who's he broke down as have you ever even seen him breakdown. Lebron james not because he played in boston so did when when he was playing in. Miami was kyrie irving breaking him down. They'll go with the curry county championship. Team yeah you got that right. You got that right. So do you understand where. I'm coming from in this argument. That and i think he said an and like i said i'll say it again for the fifteenth time. I love marcus. This is not about marcus. I can understand why he doesn't like him He was in philly probably turned up. Who knows turned off by him. Whatever but my point is is that i'm always talking about it. Like people always are trying to sell me that this guy's better than that guy because he's no longer in existence he doesn't play he's not on your mind he's not on your tv. You know after he got done playing. He drank himself to death. Nearly whatever you've seen him like i'm surprised. Made it to the hall of fame to get inducted right. But i thought it was great that he did. We all know. He's been a mass. We all know he lost everything and then you know when he turns whatever what is it what he turns is fifty or sixty gets all that money like thirty. Five million from reebok. Bottom line is bottom line. Is the reason why you think kyrie irvings better. Because he's you know he's in the now he's in the news. He's on the nets plan with harden and durant and. I think i'll be honest with you. I didn't kyrie's phenomenal. do i also think harden and durant or both better than i think he's great and i think they're better so you allow me as the leader. Riff china sea ice started riffing and then bottom line is is that he plays when when when harden came that team via everybody said how will they be able to. How will kyrie irving be able to play with harden. Because he's such a ball hog about kyri along with no one. That was the big things that they could get along. The bron can go along with. The this young stars in boston then came to brooklyn was causes stuff uneven play last she was like hey known. Go the bubble. Everyone stood out even when he wasn't playing. He didn't wanna play so always problems. So in your mind seriously. And i think i asked you this already. I gotta hear it again. Who do you think's a better player. Iverson or irving irving has morale. But i'll take it every day because he's going to play his ass off it. He's gonna make you win or exactly. Do your part that's beautiful mafia. More by the minute by the minute. I like you more when we come back. I'll tell you what's happening in these college. And pro games you love. Your dog is something bothering him or her. And you can't figure out what it is. 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Turn the ball over on a pass down from the top of the free. Throw line two down low into the block and the guy it went off of his hands and he lost the ball out of bounds and then the wrath called it butler ball. It was like the worst call. I've seen in a month. In any sport it was so bad and they had to reverse because the ramp was so corrupt. Mavi you saw that play in real time that butterball the guy the ball went off and this guys and so bad. It was inviting now. That look like a foul to me when he drove the basket. And if imagine that an and one the basket. That was my idea. Because i didn't think that Butler is gonna let him shoot a three. They'd foul him and make him shoot. Free throws down three right. But i like the idea of driving to the ten because i think is are so stupid. When they're playing they wanna to defend that drive so a guide right. There defended him. You saw to play followed him all the way to the basket and fouled the crap out of him and then they didn't call the file they just called a loose ball that went out of bounds. Still john's ball. You cannot tell me. Mafia foul on the guy at the basket for butler. You can't tell me that wasn't a foul clean. Because his arms up he never reached vote. He's moving with them. I call clean foul when he drove on that guy. I don't think he played good. Deeds kept his hands. Straight up never reached us the thing you keep them up your straight and you're okay. Why don't you reach into their spaces where they nail you yeah. I don't believe that that whole role of that whole rule of keep your hands up and they'll never call the fallon you. They still call the foul with your hands. Air ninety percent of the time do because roast were guys in the nba. Up straight up all the time and they still get called for the foul and then when the rebels would like i got my hands straight up in here and they still call them 'cause rap sock in college and pro but i thought he drove there and got fouled and got no love at all and then they got the call with the loose ball so now they've got like seven seconds to get at three off or to drive that attend and get fouled and get an an one day. I think now butler knows that they tried to drive and get the foul and they're not going to succeed at that again. I think now they need to get an in fake three pass to someone for three and get a clean look often shoot it. And hopefully china game. Here's the inbounds they go cross-court deep shoddy bricks. It they still got a loose ball. Shoot it up in the air. Air ball game over there. You go game over. That was horrible. What a horrible possession. For saint johns they lose seventy seven seconds. Why they got through the court pass. You didn't have to take that shot. It could take a dribble got space. And that shot. He wasn't on balance borsa went out. That was terrible. I thought it was a terrible shot to. I thought it was terrible. Possession altogether so there you go saint. John's loses that's a. That's a bad bet right there tonight but i hit everything else. I hit west. Virginia beating texas tack in lubbock. How about that. They were getting like five to many points. So mattis largest tell you what happened in college. Basketball butler wins. Seventy six. seventy. Three notre dame beat duke ninety eighty nine duke. Officially on the suck. Watch arkansas eighty one. Eighty over kentucky. They were getting one or one and a half when we were on coast to coast today. It went from arkansas being favored elaine. One to getting one and a half dayton lost. I went with date and vcu every six sixty seven. I did save these us better. But they're planning. I think they can give them a game and they didn't not much one anyway. Same bonnie by thirteen over lasalle. I think that number was thirteen. I pushed alabama beat south carolina. But they didn't cover. They were laying five. I think they won. By three eighty one seventy eight syracuse winning in raleigh against nc state seventy seven sixty eight. They were getting one I gave you a michigan state. They wanted they didn't cover the two hundred six they lose. They win by two so the hook. Be your bad beat. Their can state. I picked seventy one sixty seven. I just want to look at that number again. I have it right here. i looked at it. Today can stay was a straight pick when i Got him on fan. Duel taxes one. They didn't cover against kansas state. They were laying fifteen. They won by three. That's embarrassing auburn. Won by six. They were laying five and a half. I lost by hook there as well. I hit west. Virginia spread eighty to seventy one texas tack creighton. I hit blowing out georgetown tonight. Land six and sixty three forty eight and wins by f- three. They were laying five and a half. They didn't cover either everything else was postponed. Nba right now early in the third. Utah leads boston. Fifty three fifty two good game on. Tnt the blazers are up sixty to forty nine on the magic with about nine minutes. Left in the third sixers trail the king. Six and a half left in the third eighty one. Seventy six kings are leading the golden one in town. I went with the king's blazers jazz to win. Celtics to cover games. Blazers elated kings. I was getting four. I think it went to five it or something like that and then i hit the heat to win. Next plus seven. I hit the pistons plus nine against the nets. Hit the pelicans to win and laying at a look at that number. The pelicans line was four. They win by twenty nine. They blow out the rockets and the warriors i was getting one and a half and they one big one fourteen ninety one over the spurs and now as avi after losing to the spurs last night by four and in this one curry as thirty two and lights up. Did you see curry shot. His backward shot is flick up off the glass. Not facing the basket looking the other way flicked one over his shoulder and it went in. Did you see that shot. Mafia or did see that i was insane. I mean sometimes the way these guys have got insane awareness of where. The basket is incredible. Like you made we do that. That's going over. The backward into the fan stands at anywhere you know people would have been even though no one's there now it's not goes in the net. He was eleven twenty from the floor. Four of ten from downtown four boards two times and did all that with just one foul so impressive performance by mr curry this evening. In the pelicans win. And i've been talking about this team. They're playing well all of a sudden or one game under five hundred and that game scientists twenty and five seven times five boards seven ingram twenty two five and three lonzo had fifteen six three and three threes ingram three threes bledsoe to threes. How about a josh. Hart with a twenty spot. Tonight and seventeen rebounds. Jesus josh are twenty points. Seventeen rebounds three times. That's a hell of a game right. There gomez a fourteen ten to double double mafia loves the double double pelicans on fire all of a sudden in the pistons win over the nets. The nets have lost three in a row. Your boy steve. Nash who says earnings better than alan iverson hall of famer. He said that it's a question of basically do they have enough desire and a pride. Today they have enough gumption to go out and and want to win games and the will to win apparently not and then kyrie irving said. We worked too hard to lose all these games. Apparently you're not working hard enough. He had twenty seven tonight hard. Twenty four and twelve dimes. The double double mafia loves the double double and then I mean that was it for them but the other side. Jeremy granted thirty two. He lit it up for threes. Eleven of nineteen four five boards. Four pistons win. I was getting nine in that. I told you the heat win the game. All the matter to me was watching de rose go for fourteen with three assess a steel and a block shot. I thought he was incredible. And then for the heat butler had twenty six. All and twenty including six of eight from downtown tyler. Hero had a fifteen spot. He'd beat him again. What does that three straight over the next. And then now it's kings eighty one eighty over the sixers five and a half left in the third blazers sixty seven fifty one of agic seven left in the third and this game is fifty five eighty four jazz nine forty four left in the third so there you go and then As far as hockey goes tonight chats and flames in a good one in forever berta two in the second with a minute and a half left vegas up for one with a minute of the second over. The ducks sharks. In king's attitude tattoos. I hit the panthers to over the red wings. Adp oilers three two over the senators. The lightning pounced on the predators. I went with the upset with the predators onion. Pick tonight and got burned again. Ten to two and goals last two nights by the lightning over the predators. The blackhawks beat the stars. I lost that in Time and we told you the story today was Ron hextall gets the penguins. Gm job and brian burke gets the president of hockey operations. Job at sixty six to run the penguins. 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I think there was a point. Where did they all the balls. Were flying out of the products that they wouldn't admit that the ball's tighter and that they acted like they were normal and everything was kosher and there was no problem at all and they weren't doing anything to the baseball's wasn't that pretty much the case today ever admit to remember you're telling me. They admitted that they made him fly out. Not never the. They said it was a same ball. Not the new. And i don't know what you're talking about. It's just maybe it's just the way things are going to the bats so the players. They never admitted their doctor. The bully everyone knew was real so game is played now right all they talk about is launch angle and you know the speed of the ball off of the bad and you know all these analytic terminology diaz and they show all this stuff when you're watching a game. They got all these graphics where they show the ball leaving the bat and now it flies and at what speed and everything else now. And i just think it's just stupid. I mean i guess fair enough. I'll never i'll never understand. I get do they do that for some reason. The younger generation or something. Do they actually believe that young kids are. Let's say between the ages of. I don't wanna use the eighteen to thirty four analogy. Because i know i have. I have a sixteen year old a thirteen year old and the sixteen year old likes baseball and he likes you know the game and and i don't i don't actually believe he sits around studying launch angles and bats speed in the ball leaving the bat. At what speed. And whatever the hell else is there any other terms. I'm missing your mafia with the baseball. What they do now at home runs. They have all these different courses of million terms. I can't even keep track of them. All i mean they makeup terms every day for different things are now tracking are calculating. It's ridiculous anyway. So now they literally they talk about the bounciness of the ball and everything else and you know the new ball not dimension humidors. They talk about the where they keep the balls and you know i it just. It's just the craziest thing right anyway. So launch angles and all the and all the stuff this analytics. It drives me nuts. Like it's simple for me. I pitched the ball hit the ball. Hit a home run. Catch the ball steal the base hit. The runner overheard get ahead and drive in the run score. More runs the other team win the game. Close the game. I bring any reliever closed the game. Now we talk about all these stats and all this these angles and all this other stuff the speed of the ball and coming off the bad and how high when how far when everything else and it's because the boss reduced they never wanted to admit it but you know if it and here's why i am convinced that they were juiced first of all more home runs than ever right just absolutely more home runs than ever when you watch baseball now. There are more home runs than there are hits. There's more home runs now than anything. Singles doubles triples. There's more home runs. There's probably more author is in baseball. Nowadays you know it's true off. Its strike outs and home runs. that's all. Is you guys. Go up to the plate and they swing away and they either strike out or they hit a home run hit four. That was obvious right there that that was a home run and then i feel like When you watch the game now you all you see a strike outs in home runs. And there's bag cut. The deadly waited. That one recognized ex-girlfriend across the bar that was actually the reds announcer. That got fired last year. Then my next depressing direct for your debut on is gonna be brought myers that show still on. I think it is isn't it I think last season was the last season the one that they had in the pandemic but that was brought by. Yes you boy. Hankers air back. I like that guy so anyway I think the product game recognize game. Here we go game game. I can't even do it anymore. All i know is is that game recognizes game now. I think that when you watch the game now all you see his home runs and strike. Outs it sucks. You want to know. Why baseball socks. There's your reason right there. And i agree with anyone that mrs you know. Budding the runner over hit and run. You know in the gap hit hit down the line. Hot corner smash the ball. Past the third baseman or the first baseman gopher to stealing bases ricky henderson louvre. Lock defense with guys like ozzie smith. I still think you see defense in baseball. And it's typically guys making catch at the law because there's home runs flying out and the balls flying out every game. Multiple home runs every game. And then you've got guys jumping over the fence and making catches but turning double plays and you know all the little nuances baseball to me or gone. Because of baseball juicing the balls and believing that chick stick the long ball and buying into that all people care about. Is the home run because they put on there stupid ass home. Run derby every year at the all-star week which is essentially akin to standing in line at disneyworld all day in paying five thousand dollars to do it like i don't want to stand in line all day. Doing anything mafia knows. I will not stand in line anywhere. i'm not going to the dmv either. I'm not doing it. i just won't do it. I'd rather i'd rather drive illegally. Then stand in line all day at some dmv. Some backward asked government run office that is pathetic every state everywhere you go. It's the worst. Well it's the same thing as baseball. It's so bad. And then they they won't admit that they Juice the balls and you know now you know they juice the balls because it's pretty simple if he asked me they never admitted they juice the balls which they did but now you know that just because they're changing the balls so they add to have changed them before. Does that make sense. Mafia if if you can change them now and dead in them and make them Fly shorter distances. Which is what they're saying. The ball is not going to travel. As far it's deadened it's going to be caught by the outfielder it. You're gonna have to really hit it now actually to hit a home run because now in baseball you have to do a swing make contact and it goes four hundred fifty feet. Because the ball's juiced do you believe that by admitting that they're gonna deaden the ball's juiced them before. Of course. I always believe they. Juiston never believe their lies always commissioners and he's leagues. They always give your whole bunch of ps especially. Be stupid enough to buy it because most people don't care like yeah whatever i home runs. That's all they care about but people like us who know the game who've been watching it our whole lives say you're full of it. You did something to make this fly out. You're not use the players so you're choosing the balls and now they're saying oh we're going to dead in them. Obviously something's mcdonagh realized all right this ridiculous that everyone's just hitting the ball left and right there we're breaking records like it's nothing. This is insane. We need to get back to what the game should be. And they're fixing the balls that they screwed up in the first place. Do you think that Because you remember when they used to south chicks dig the long ball. Here's an idea. let's still wanna go. Well that's fine but it was but my point is is that chicks don't dig the long ball because they don't dig baseball. I mean there's what one in every twenty five checks that like baseball and ten. Don't tell me you like baseball just because you go to one game every summer. You know wherever you live at city field. If it's yankee stadium or if it's in kansas city or if it's in los angeles if you go to one or two games a year with your boyfriend or husband and you sit there and eat ice cream and popcorn and watch a game doesn't mean you like baseball. I'm sorry it doesn't if you like baseball. If you truly like baseball mafia you had to watch baseball every night. And at least four or five games a week you gotta watch this. Listen you gotta you. Gotta you know people that i believe people that love baseball watchet read about it and don't miss it ever. They watch every day to have it on their dna under radio. Read about it every morning and the vapors go online and read about it. They follow their team. Follow the players. They know everything. i do. Not believe chicks dig the long ball. I believe chicks could care less about baseball. They could care less about it overall. I know a handful of women that like baseball a handful. I'm talking one handful. I'm not talking both hands. I know one handful of women that like baseball. I mean really like it and follow it like crazy and this is not a slight at all on women. This is chicks. dig the lonzo ball. How my ass dig baseball at all if they did You know they'd be diving into it. And like i think guys i think checks like jessica mendoza. She loves it. I think she's great. But i think you know her love affair baseball's legit. I promise anybody that loves baseball. I really don't. I bought baseball for fifty years so i know everything about baseball. All i know is i follow it and i still think it's boring. Here's my fat boring. A woman can't really love a man unless he's part dope be a little stupid everyday and really stupid once in a while. But just don't be perfect. That was mafias speech at his wedding rehearsal or wedding. What was it the reception. That was that was actually from the reception. Can you play that again. This is dramatic. That's getting married now or have like out on a new kid. I think he should go back. And listen to your speech at your at your reception listening. Here's my theory. A woman can't really love a man unless he's part dope be a little stupid every day and really stupid once in a while but just don't perfect great so mafia. Now i know. Kristen likes baseball. She likes sports right but she likes baseball but does she really like it. I mean like really like like diehard like where's your baseball cap and reads the baseball Standings every day and everybody looks at all the game recaps and everything now. She likes sports but she doesn't look like any sports. She's not into any sport like that and she played college softball. She doesn't care about people that much. I mean i barely care about it that much. She played wait. She played college baseball and and she still doesn't care because she doesn't give a rat's ass because no one. Does you know why no one cares anymore about baseball because it's boring and they need to fix it and if it means deadening baseball's and putting syrup in them i'm all for me. Do you think the game would be better. If there was like mrs butterworth's like syrup in the baseball were sticky and they would stick to the wall. Have you written a book. You can become a published author with dorrance publishing. The nation's publishing services company countless authors trusted durance for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the market are professional team will editor text design your book pages and create an appealing eye-catching custom cover plus benefit from custom book promotion marketing campaign. 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Management of how they run their sexual harassment division at the mavericks instead of worrying about the national anthem police So nowadays everybody gets all bent out of shape about the national anthem in this country that you know they kneel the players neil. They don't respect the flag because they don't respect police brutality. 'cause a cabinet and everything else and now the cuban lead mavericks. Don't play the national anthem. But i would agree with mafia that day. It's funny coming from them. The ones that had all the people that were did the franchise complain about being sexually harassed at work every day. That they're the ones breaking new ground and not playing the national anthem with their maverick no pun intended owner. Mark cuban on notoriously. From pittsburgh. Where i grew up in the same town. Same neighborhood and went to indiana. Just like i did. The problem with him is he's older and uglier than me and it's true mafia noses through we were on dialysis. 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Now you've probably read or heard some of the comments by the big names in the nba. Anthony davis and also lebron james and others. They're saying no. And even lebron said he thinks it's a slap in the face and aside for being a slap in the face to the players. I think it's stupidity. I know why they're doing it. It's money of course but really you think about the the players being in the bubble for such a long time away from their families and also a lot of them have said that they were looking to the five day break between the first half of the nba season and the second half. And now that's going to be taken away from a lot of players that are hall of famers doubt about it or their stars in the nba. But still i think the nba should be rethinking this but we want to know what you think about it again. Given the pandemic should the nba play and all star game. You'll founded on the homepage at sports. Byline dot com. That beef between tom. Brady anti-religion matthew may already be over with a brady. Sent matthew. A lengthy text message immediately after the game ended apologizing for the onfield run ins. They had during the game and brady told matthew he watched him since his days at lsu considered a class act and a great leader he also said that he wished he could have apologized in person and that is outbursts emotional moment where no way a reflection of his feeling towards matthew whom he spoke highly of throughout the week leading up to the game. And it's not clear what initially caused the to start yacking at each other. But with tampa bay dominating the chiefs the mood on the chiefs sideline wasn't exactly joyful and tempers were flaring and then it spilled out on the field. We're gonna be talking with ryan murphy injustice. Second he's going to be hopefully one of the athletes representing the united states in swimming at the olympic games if they have them in japan he's a three time olympic gold medalist and a world record holding swimmer. And and then we'll talk some soccer. With shep messing retired american soccer goalkeeper. He played seven seasons in the north american soccer league. And six in the major indoor soccer league. So we're ready to go. We're coming back with olympian ryan murphy as we continue on sports byline. You love your dog. Is something bothering him or her. And you can't figure out what it is. Maybe they seem slow or lethargic and maybe they just don't have energy wouldn't you like your dog to be living their very best life. Pedroia offers a money back guarantee on all of its products. If your dog won't eat it you don't see the results you want. Just let us know. And we'll make it right totally risk-free what are you have to lose. You can't buy joy multivitamins in store. 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Olympic gold medalist and a world record holding swimmer and he is preparing for the delay. Twenty one olympic games in tokyo this summer. The olympic trials though will be held in june ryan. First of all. I know sports generally has a rhythm to it. What has been the dynamic of the breaking of the rhythm of having the olympics. Every four years particularly for you swimmers. Yeah i think there there definitely is a rhythm this sport in the way we approach each year in the quad like what we refer to the four years of of building towards the olympics as the quad so every year. It's gonna be a little bit different to try to make sure that a year peaking at the end of those four years i think for us that means that we were doing a lot of really really solid work last year kind of through january february time frame and then once we get some march for really trying to hone in on race strategy that that kind of lined up with when the olympic decision came down to suppose code so that point where we take a step back all right Now now you're going be in in july twenty twenty one. So so how do we. How do we take what we've done here build upon it so that we're ready for next summer and i think we've we've done a really nice job. I think i know the answer to this one. I suppose that you and the other swimmers and even add olympic athletes. Probably put out of your mind. What if it doesn't come about this. Yeah i yeah honestly. You're you're right. I i have a hard time wrapping wrapping my head around that And and i really. I really try not to focus on it on on a day to day basis. I'm expecting to to push myself to my absolute limit And i in the back of my head was thinking that you know. Potentially i'm not gonna get to see a reward of all that work. It would that would be pretty draining on a day to day basis. So i i'm keeping my head and it's going to go on and and i really do feel confident about that. Seeing that that all kinds of other sports have gone on. They figured out ways to do it. It might take some some creative thinking but i. i'm. I'm on willing to accept that that they can't figure out a way to get this on. There are some dynamics though. You're going to be facing this time around. And one is of course quarantining which has been going on and then a swimming in a bubble and i'm just wondering that's something that you all have never had to do. Our athletes primarily have never had to do before. What about that unique nature of that. You just give it a thought and then forget about it or do you keep putting it into perspective so you can perform as well as you can. Yeah i i think when they whenever the the guidelines are agreed upon and then then all will create a plan for that. I think right now. The situation is so fluid day-to-day and and we two weeks that that kind of impossible to plan what the situation is going to be like six months from now. 'cause that's one. Yeah that's when the olympics are going to be going on So so for me. Like i really try to keep my focus on on the day to day right now What i can't project these. And what time i training this week and it's it's a little bit tough with with the pandemic just making sure that i might focus that narrow But but that's how i've been dealing with this entire situation. And and that's i'm gonna keep on approaching it all the way up until the summer i mentioned about the olympic trials will be held in june. Some of my friends track and field athletes. Who have been olympia ins as well always told me that the hardest competition is really making the us olympic team and track and field. Is it the same way and swimming as well. One one hundred percent and definitely an ambassador which is which other races that. And i'll be trying to make the olympics and the americans are is incredible at actor We always seem to have like three guys in the top. Five in the world and both events l. May two of them could go. And if your top five in the world that means like you. You've got a really really solid shot. At winning a medal at the olympics so every single everything olympic trials were or leaving home someone that is a potential olympic medalist And and that's that's great. You know like. I feel like by the time we get through. Trials were were battle-tested but it does make trials very very challenging for for the americans But we'd have it any other way. You're a three time. Olympic gold medalist world record holder. And as you were talking there. I was just thinking. I don't know how anybody gets their mind. Around the fact that there are two spots for that particular discipline it comes along every four years the olympics. You put everything into one basket. How does one deal knowing that if you don't get those top two spots then you're not going to the olympics and you put all this time energy and focus into it one hundred percent. Yeah i think. It's i think at this point in my career. I really really enjoy the process of trying to get better. I love waking up. I enjoy working out on a daily basis. I enjoy eating healthy. And i think having joy in in some in some of the work it it makes it makes it easier whereas like no i like even if i don't make doing things don't go the way i want to go. I did everything that and that's a better feeling than feeling like i. I held back at all Just try to dull the pain in the back that don't make it so it definitely an interesting interesting Like pressure situation. But i wouldn't want it any other way. You know it's interesting. You bring that up. Because when i started this network back in nineteen eighty eight billie jean king. Who's one of my limited partners. And somebody i love and respect greatly. I told her i had this idea. Nobody had done it. There wasn't such a thing as a national sports. Talk radio network. And i said i don't know whether to do it or not. I don't know anything about business. And she looked me. In the i ryan and she said ron. I think i know you better well enough that you don't wanna look over your shoulder and wonder if you could have and that's exactly what you were saying. Wasn't it exactly exactly. Yeah you nailed it. And i think there i think there's so many parallels between the mentality it takes a to start your own sports sports radio network and and then what it takes to to become an olympic champion. There's a level of okay a level of determination that you have to have to be accessible in any area lights and so it definitely applies to most boy areas. You have other interests. Of course you have a passion for investing and you're already laying the groundwork for your future in that air. Tell me a little bit about why that interest was her correlation between swimming and the discipline of that. And the discipline of this investing. Yeah i think the one of the things that i go drop ways i think school really seriously My my grandpa math textbooks living. My mom is a college professor and math so academics with very highly prioritized in my family When i got out of school. I was a little bit nervous about entering a career. Where i'm most of the time this working on on how primed. I could get my body to compete. I was worried about the the mental side I was worried about feeling. Like i was losing kind of mental sharpness as a result of just training all the time and not having some sort of mental stimulation throughout the day that let me do investing and and i do consider myself very fortunate to have some really great partners That allowed me to keep my focus on the training. And i've got a little bit of fashion now that i could play within the in the stock market. And i think that's a really really cool thing like i. I love the intersection of what people investment landis. It can look a little bit different if you want money back in a a year versus fifteen years and and all of that. Consumer psychology intersects in the market. I i find it incredibly interesting and it. It definitely still the the nerdiness that that i have it might be. We only have forty five seconds left. But you know when. I think about what you do as an athlete. And what. You're trying to do professionally. I have so much respect for that. And i'm just wondering what was that one driving force in your life. What what was it that has made you and stayed you on the on the track ambition paired with incredible support. I've always been around great people at a great family. Great coaches create friends Great girlfriend they all need to be my best. And then internally. I have an ambition to be great in a lot of different areas of life ryan. I wanna thank you very much. This has been a very insightful interview. I always liked talking to swimmers. Because i very always found him ticket and really fun. Also gymnasts the same way as well so thank you very much for joining us really appreciate the time. This is awesome ryan murphy with us again. Look for him in the olympics. Hopefully they've got the summer olympics coming up if they go off that'll be in tokyo. Two thousand twenty one games and of course. They have the olympic trials. 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Nineteen seventy six in seattle when you were playing goalkeeper for the new york cosmos and it was pays last game there and that was in the early days of soccer in the united states. But let me take you back before we talk about that to new york. You were born in the bronx. He grew up in the new york. Area tell me a little bit about what that was like for you. Well ron thank you for having me on. And yes i'm an original new yorker born in the bronx and and it's pretty hard for me to believe looking back now. At the course i took. I never saw a soccer ball until i was sixteen years old. I i was a typical new yorker In the city and then long island and my sports were Stick ball in the street. Baseball football american football basketball. And it wasn't until i was sixteen years old and living on long island. I went to a high school that. Ironically i i played american football for them and and there was a an injury to a player and they disbanded American football at the school so as a three sports athlete. What am i gonna do in the fall. I'm not gonna not gonna run cross country and and coach came up to me and he said. Look your point guard in basketball. All your a shortstop. In baseball i need a goalkeeper and i had literally league never seen a game before but i saw never forget that day because it did kind of change the course of my life. He brought me to watch your game. And i saw ten guys running around like crazy and one guy was dressed in black looking cool standing in the goal and catching the ball and i said i think i could do that. And and that really was a i. Guess looking back at turning point for mass was. Did you take a little bit of razzing because you were going towards soccer rather than the other sports that you talked about that was played in the in the communities on the street the stick ball and everything is no question. I mean for for us back in those days. Soccer was the The counter culture sport we were called communist so that we will not real athletes. And and and you know for me. Part of the joyous journey was that. I figured out play one more year. And then i'm going to do something else but you just progress so quickly for me that it almost it almost surreal. I mean i was playing in high school and then quickly An all american in college. And before i knew it on the olympic team and and and even on the even during that journey it was it was never the sport That everybody looked up to until one day pele. You know. i'm getting ahead of myself but to answer your question you know. Once pele hit the ground it took a whole new trajectory go from high school to college to play soccer and to study and that was at new york university but you graduated from harvard in nineteen seventy-two after playing on that school soccer team. Jimmy speaking how is soccer looked upon was it an ethnic sport more than anything else. It's a good question round and it really is so is answered so differently depending upon where you are. So i did start at nyu and at nyu. It was a totally ethnic. You're listening to heartland newsfeed. Radio network live twenty four seven at heartland newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow on facebook twitter and instagram's here is a look at weather from the heartland newsfeed weather center today. Cloudy and cold with a forty percent chance of snow accumulation between one and three inches high near nineteen tonight. Snowfall continues cloudy and windy with a low of fourteen. 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Rick with part one of a message called when you feel you're sinking. I want us to look at a miracle. That is actually recorded. Three times in the bible matthew records it mark records and john records. It is the miracle of jesus walking on the water now. Why did did jesus do this. Jesus never did a miracle to show off. In fact nobody saw this miracle except the disciples. It was only for them and he did it intentionally to teach them about how to trust god in tough times in the storm when you feel like you're sinking now the background of the miracle. We're going to look at today. Is this that afternoon. Jesus had done one of the greatest miracles that had spread all all over israel. Everybody knew about this soon. And that was the feeding of five thousand people like fifteen thousand because the bible says that a large crowd gathered to hear jesus and at the end of the day. They were hungry and there were no mcdonald's around and they said anybody got any food and one little boy had brought a lunch five loaves of bread and two fish and it says that there were five thousand men now wherever you got five thousand men you've got at least ten thousand women and children so we really should call it. The feeding of the fifteen thousand. And jesus miraculously breaks the bread and the fish and feeds them and distributes it. And when it's over. The crowd is going berserk. They are crazy to make. Jesus the king of israel. They're not interested in being a spiritual messiah. They want him to overthrow rome. They want to elect him right now. All of a sudden this miracle turns political because somebody's giving them something for their stomach and they want to rise up and revolt against rome. They want to make jesus instantly king and the fame who turns political and jesus knows that didn't come here for political reasons. So i'm out of here. Jesus says i'm gonna head up to the mountain. And i'm gonna pray for a while by myself was a good thing to do after you've had great success in your life. But then he also tells the disciples. I want you to get in the boat. And he immediately sends them up to beth. Seda now this miracle had happened on by the sea of galilee. And beth say is just a little town about two hours up the road up the coastline and so they're not going to have to cross the entire lake they just cover up the edge and they'll be there in a couple of hours. Jesus has gone up to santa. and i'll be there in a little bit. And i'll see there but i'm gonna go pray now. We pick up the story in mark chapter six verse forty five immediately and after this miracle feeding five thousand jesus made his disciples get into the boat and go on ahead of him to santa while he dismissed the crowd now after leaving them. He went up alone on a mountainside to pray. When evening came the boat had all the disciples in it was in the middle of the lake now. What in the world's at doing in the middle of lake this is miles. The wrong direction they needed to do is just go. North up the coastline. But jesus is alone on the land and he saw the disciples straining at the oars because the wind was against him. Now this story is told as i said in matthew in mark and in john so we get details through all three and what we discover is a storm came up. Not a little teeny tiny storm. A typhoon assu nami a hurricane gale force storm and their intended direction gets blown off course and they're out in the middle of the lake in the middle of giant sea. Axes what it is and they and they can't get back to shore they've been straining at the oars because the wind was against them now about the fourth watch of the night. That's three to six. Am in the morning. Jesus went out to them walking on the lake. Okay now he was about to pass them by but when they saw him walking on the lake they thought he was a ghost. See people walking by your boat when you're in the middle of a lake at night so they ghost and they cried out because they all saw him and they were terrified now immediately jesus spoke to them and said take courage it is. I don't be afraid we'll come back to that in a minute when you're going through a storm. Then he climbed. Jesus climbed into the boat with them and the wind died down. The bible tells us in other passages. The storm stopped instantly now. They were completely amazed. The disciples by this for they had not understood about the lows. In other words they hadn't learned the lesson of the previous miracle so that we're still not figuring out what he was doing here. Their hearts hardened. Now what's going on here. Jesus intentionally sends the disciples into a storm. He knows it's going to be a storm because he knows everything but he has a lesson of faith. He wants to teach them a lesson. About what do you do when you feel you're sinking. What do you do when you feel you're going under. What do you do when the waves are batting up against you and over you in your boat. What do you do and how do you trust got. We're gonna look at that today but before we do. I wanna give you quickly five signs. When you're thinking you may not realize it when you're thinking you may be thinking financially. You may be thinking relationship you may be thinking emotionally just drained. You feel like i'm going under well. There are five symptoms of that and here the symptoms. You might write these down. I i know thinking. When i can't see my way when i can't see my way i just feel like i'm in the dark in a cloud. I don't have any clarity. I don't have any vision. I'm confused the bible says in john six by now it was dark now. Most of you have never ever been in complete total darkness if you lived in america your entire life. It's pretty doubtful because even if you're out in the desert you can usually see a radio tower light or some farm light. We have electricity everywhere. It's almost impossible to get somewhere where it's totally dark. But two thousand years ago in israel without electricity if you're in the middle of a lake and storm clouds of completely covered all of the moon and all the stars. It's pitch black. You can't see your hand in front of you and one of the first characteristics of going under is. You can't see your way second. I know i'm thinking when i feel i'm on my own when i feel that i'm on my own alone. I'm rowing against the storm. But i'm doing it all by myself and nobody else is helping me. And i don't know where god is. I feel out of touch with god. The bible says in john six. Jesus had not yet joined them now. We always get into trouble when we're way from jesus but jesus actually did this intentionally. He sent them ahead of him to say when you feel like you're on your own you start getting a little frightened number three i. I'm going to be thinking when i feel. I'm out of my comfort zone. When i'm out of my comfort zone when i start to feel a little insecure the bible tells us. The boat was in the middle of the lake. Now when you're in the middle of lake now this is a giant lake tahoe size. It's like caspian sea. it's the skull the sea of galilee. And you're in the middle of a lake that means you're as far away as you can get from shore so they couldn't at there in this storm they can just bail out of the boat and swim ashore there miles out way off course. Maybe you felt like you've been blown off course by a conflict or blown off course by fear of something happening and off course. But they're out in the middle. The bible says they were a long way from shore. There's certainly out of their comfort zone. And they're in the middle of a storm number. Four strong forces are against me. I feel like i'm sinking. When strong forces are against me the bible tells us that they were tossed and battered around by the waves and matthew. John tells us the waves. The waters grew rough. Mark chapter six says. The wind was against them. The word that's actually used here in greek where it says the waters and the waves are rough. Is the word meg us. We get the word mega mega store mega church. It's it means ganic. This is a mega storm. It's not some little spring storm. This was this anomaly. This is a this is hurricane gale-force. Now this was quite common. In the sea of galilee the sea of galilee part of israel and up in the northern part of israel at the north end are the golan heights. You've probably heard this a very disputed territory. the golan heights of syria and lebanon. And that's a very high mountains and cold comes off those mountains that go straight into the sea of galilee the sea of galilee actually about seven hundred feet below sea level. So it's very warm and the water and the weather is warm. When that cold air hits the hot air it often causes major storms so this is not an uncommon thing but it is a scary thing. That's going on here and they're not just having a little storm in their life. They're having a mega storm. Some of you are right now. Going through mega storm. You're out of work or your marriage is strained and you're worried at night and you can't get to sleep things like that the fifth thing. How do i know when i'm sinking. I can't see my way i feel. I'm on my own. I'm out of my comfort zone strong forces against me number five. I'm struggling but i'm failing. I'm doing my best going under. I'm straining i'm struggling. I'm rowing the boat. But i'm not getting back to safety. I'm not getting back to shore. I'm not making any progress. Mark sixers forty eight. Says they were in serious trouble rowing hard and struggling against the winds and the ways i know many of you are feeling this way these days. You're in serious trouble. You've been trying to get out of debt but you're going further in debt. You've been trying to get a job but it's not there you've been trying to make your marriage work you've been trying to find a mate for life you whatever it is something you need in your life is not there or some problem has just won't seem to crack and you're feeling all of these things you're struggling but you're failing. What does god want you to do in that situation more important. What does god do in this situation. Now i don't know what kind of problem you're going through. I don't know what the storms are in your life. I don't know what area of your life you feel. You're sinking. But i do know this when we go through tough problems. We typically think that god has forgotten us. We think that god is not aware that is a million miles away that he's not doing anything about what we're going through. Because if he were. We think we'd be going through smooth sailing. Nothing could be further from the truth. The fact is every time you go through a storm. God is doing four things. You need to write these down. We find them illustrated in this story of jesus walking on water every time. You're going through a storm. I jesus prays for me before it happens even before i hit the storm. Jesus prays for me before. I get into it. The bible tells us in matthew chapter fourteen that jesus was up on the mountain praying for his disciples as he sent them out into the storm. Remember he had planned this crisis in advance. And he planned the miracle and he wanted his disciples to grow he actually told them to get in the boat and he sent them into the storm now most of the time in life. We're going through problems pressures difficulties things like that. It's because of our disobedience. It's the number one. Cause when i don't do what god tells me to do. I always get into trouble when i nor what god tells me to do when i ignore what he wants me to do. It causes trouble in my life. Disobedience causes storms but sometimes you do the right thing sometimes. You obey what god tells you to. Do you listen to his voice and it still send you into a storm. Some of the storms in your life doesn't necessarily mean you're sending it may mean you followed what god told you. Jesus told the disciples to get in the boat and head out into the lake knowing that a typhoon was coming. He knew it in advance because he was going to teach them some lessons. They could learn no other way. This is one of the great lessons of job. Jove had done nothing wrong in his life and yet over a period of a couple of days. He lost his entire family. He lost his entire wealth. His wife stayed alive but he lost all of kids. He lost his health. He lost his reputation. He lost his power. All in just a matter of days. Jove had no idea what was going on and now the bible tells us joe had done nothing wrong. In fact god says job was a blameless man. He was a righteous dude. He wasn't big evil. It could mean bad nasty. You know center type person. He was a righteous person. He was a good man. He treated people with dignity and justice and he was kind and yet the worst. That could possibly happen happen to and job says this job. Nine thousand nine verse eight here on the screen. God has blocked my way and plunged my path into darkness. I have no doubt some of you feel that way. God is blocked by way. I wanna get married. But i haven't. I want to have a baby. But i haven't. I need a job. But i haven't got one. I want to go to school. But i can't. I have this dream but nothing. God has blocked my way and i am in darkness. Let me just say this. Some storms that you go through. We're just not gonna understand until we get to heaven so you might as well try to give. God doesn't oh you an explanation for everything that happens in your life. We want you to learn to live by phase. And he's not going to explain everything so you can spend all your time saying why you're not always going to get the answers but you can know this that jesus prays for me before it happens now. Follow me on this. God obviously knows everything. That's going to happen. God is timeless. He knows the past the present and the future all at once he is omniscient. That means he's all knowing so god already knows what's going to happen in your life. This afternoon he knows what's going to happen in your life this next week next month this next year and the next decade and the rest of your life he already knows. That's why you'll never hear god go. Wow i didn't know that you're never gonna hear god's say oops man that one caught me by surprise wow. I never figured she'd do that. No god is never disappointed because disappointment means you didn't expect it to happen. Dot already knows everything that's to happen in your life. The good the bad and the ugly now the good news of this. He can pray about it before it happens to you. You said wait a minute. God praise god talks to himself. Oh you never talk to yourself. You talk to yourself all the time when god talks to yourself. It's prayer himself. It's prayer as a dad. I often talk to myself about my kids. All the time and god talks to himself about you all the time when god talks to himself.

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"Hey hey excuse me. There's no mildness today this is now in a minute uncle running your state property. What am I being being served? What did he go? Third Bureaucrats have a funny believe telling people the sound. Derek Jay's victimless crime spree. Watch it for free and order the director's cut. Dvd At victimless crime. Spree DOT COM. Why Video Varkey New Hampshire Bay shows a streamed on D. Live? Please follow and share at D. Live Dot L. DOT FM. That's D. Live Dot L. R. N. DOT FM and now live from the studios of Freedoms Phoenix Ernest. Tan-colored Dave written the rid they report dot Com. Okay now we're talking about the transition into the new platforming but it's just communication those of you show you the screen here you go to library dot com now. This takes a Out started it was like an APP that you download on your phone or on your desktop and it gave you all kinds of cool access to information. That would not go away. Even if they deleted the access to it from their site or they're searching their indexing the data was stored and nodes that people have all over the world that store the data Kinda like. Ipo works but they had kind of central control of it. A little bit but wants to file gets out there kind of hard to put back in the bottle. It's like you go on the mountain top and you you ripple per open a feather pillow and now go trying. Get all the feathers. I mean. Good Luck. But we have an order from the government. Go collect all those feathers Ya. We'll get right on so then you have library dot TV now. Librarian DOT TV is L. B. R. Y. DOT TV and see what comes up so we do that and You have. It's kind of like a youtube channel. You know it has all these different people or content. So we're going all right we'll put this. We'll go up there and interface with Dan but we want it to be also we do description it goes on forever there forever on forever forever. I'm all about the forever. Or why do this because David really the Ridley report and then you start getting an after that you'll be you know like we've been doing this since I go five. But there's a lot of new guys. And we were pimping them on teams Phoenix. All that time. And you had things like James Corbett came on and you had forty four zero nine and you had a lot of the other Macula Liberty on tour and Yelda. The bus was up. What was IT PITA Iron Dame? Oh had two different as liberty on tour and what was the other one. I don't remember but it seems like they were doing something. Pretty boss cop block and they had all kinds of stuff so it you know. There's a lot of these things that you need a platform or way to do it. Then you go like Corbett. He'll do. I forgot his whole site and everything up on that but he also has his own. Mp fours from his own site that you know it's Kinda robust we got But he still does these platforms. And but what do they do shadow? Oban all this Federal Reserve stuff coming up reserve century of entanglement by James Corbett. It cut then they say nope you've got to be eighteen to do it. We don't want high school kids knowing about doing reports on Federal Reserve. And this is the first thing popped up. Hell no no bone. That's done then you start getting out now now. It's a young special if you're not allowed in any promoted and it goes down down down down down. Well of course that's what they're doing with originally report to so really now. You're going over to library. In what way well was neat about library? I don't understand all have it works but When I got the when I when I got on library like switched. I transferred my videos from Youtube over library. Basically what what they did was they took my most recent one thousand videos and automatically put them on library so now all. I'm all the way back to probably twenty twenty fourteen or two thousand fifteen. I'm now covered all the way back to their. Those videos are now preserved. Not just on my you know. Cd's or whatever but on a on a on the Internet And I don't have youtube takes them down. Permanently are deletes my channel then Those videos without having to go to any extra effort the videos and all the texts that went with him is saved. And so. That's the most important thing but the second thing that was really cool. Is they paid me in cryptocurrency of one hundred fifty bucks worth of cryptocurrency Because of the size of my channel. That's what it was worth to them. Yeah okay now what is it called? Kernels of truth is that you deal. Well it has. I went on there and it has a search function. Just put Ridley and and that's what popped up but I'm I'm I WanNa find you on library dot com and the search thing. What am I looking for? I don't use library dot com to watch things and that's the problem when I signed up at least six months ago. It wasn't that useful for watching things. It was more useful for saving and storing things. K Y not useful for watching well because you have to load the APP. One thing now takes a little while to load. It's better to be able to watch that stuff in a browser. There's not as much content library as there is on on Youtube. So there are some downsides to it but it sounds like they're improving the they've got. They've got a thing going on on a web browser. That's your is a lot better Ridley commandeer anti-terrorism seminar them. The feds don't want you to hear them and there he is. He's going to give them what for all right. Turn on the vine all right so it's up there it's working and you'll one thing that we had is in bed. Are you able to embed from library? Let's see that was one thing I want to share air. It is okay in bed. You go rock and roll so we had our our meeting with Jacob. I'm sorry go ahead are meeting with Jeremy was about you. Know some basic fundamental stuff a lot of these different places where we put content like yours is that we wanna make sure one. It's easy to load. So Donna doesn't go through brain-damaged she's just brecon sick of all these you know because she has all kinds of problems with different platforms. So we're going okay. We start doing this trip and everything. We'll start moving everything over but we're going to you know the content that we provide you know. Is it easy to low? Yeah it's GonNa be all great and wonderful. I so are we able to watch it on their. You know. Come up pretty quick. Then we are able to embed it into Phoenix from there and had the ambassador and it's going to be there forever and all the art so we're going through these processes because we've done so many different platforms when we have a lot of things that we do. But it's really been a test until we get to a decentralized mechanism of storing ones and zeroes in multi layered way on different platforms. So to stop doesn't go away because I don't think people understand how bad it's going to get. And if we don't have the archiving of it we're just screwed we. We need. Basically as an Internet that operates like the phone company right so the phone company. You're not expected to Stop someone from making calls because they have a felony right. You're not you're not. You're not supposed to prevent them from being able to talk to people and the phone companies. Never basically never do that right. You mean China gets to do it and you won't be able to do it. We can't have that again this just talking about the current model if the Internet. If it's like Andrea Koppel is always saying if you if you never take anything down. You never have prior restraint. You never censor anything. Then you're clear but if you do it once Now you're expected to censor everything it potentially. Yeah but they want you to do it anyway. And all its but they can't make if it operated. The Internet operates like Bitcoin. Then they can't do that they can't do. They can't do it to bitcoin and they would have by now if they could have right so That model is undefeatable. Apparently so That's what the model needs to be for the Internet. We need to have a brother. Ram Unit operates like Bitcoin. Well this is you know you have it. Software to where the information is replicated on fifteen gazillion computers around the world and it serves like tort thing. You GO I. I wish to have these ones and Zeros and okay well. Somebody's got those ones zeroes in your will and transmit a two yard. Problem solved while they go. Deem it. We gotta take away the incentives and one thing is people. Go to me with money. And they're going well the SI- PF fasting. You mean for like twenty thousand dollars. We could get derek to finish up and doing the search and Condo and I go. Yeah Wow we platform people. Doing charge servers bracket well. It doesn't really work that way. You know it's not like you know I. It's like servers everywhere. People partition off their drive. They have a laptop laptops sitting over with a neither net coordinator serving serving the network. And it's not I mean you. You can't really once they. They have their own computer. They could put their files up themselves on their computer. And it goes through this network available then it gets replicated. Ridley reports all over the planet. And you can't take it down and go or is the money in that when I go. There's not I mean really. I mean not the kind of money you're thinking about. I'm going but it's a value to me to be able to have this ability a what value I don't know. How much does it cost? I'm a few hundred okay boomer done. That's where the decentralization doesn't central is a collective is cash. That's why they don't like it. The overall picture in the real estate market today is one of frustration when you take many factors into consideration the housing market pundits. Have you believe that everything is okay? But the long-term trending on the real estate numbers say otherwise. You are starting to see. Another wave of commercial and retail centre vacancies which follows a downturn in the residential market. So when you're ready to sell your house I can help this has done. A handcock was silver lions realty in Phoenix Arizona. And I can take some of the guesswork out of the home selling process providing with market trends in your area and detailing what you can expect before during and after the transaction being in the real estate business for almost twenty years now has afforded me knowledge of the market networking with industry specialists along the way and that includes professionals that can help after the sale to help protect your assets. So let's get moving today. Please feel free to call her. Message me at six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine that six zero two eight two eight one eight one nine or visit my web page at Donna. 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That's just how it is and you know why because they can't so we're have to make it to where they can't so I was going on about my catapult channel audience already knows but it's just if I can put up little baby. Free White kittens being catapulted into cactuses. And they can't take down then. I know I'm free because the Internet is about freaking cats man they would find out your ass down so I'm going as bad as that is much as I hope you don't do that to a cat The CGI cat. It's like George Orwell said if you can forbid one idea one idea you can ban all the others because any of them might lead to the band idea is they're going after people who've done you know a bad video like that or something like that in the process of trying to get that person. They wind up hurting a lot of bystanders. You know the the process of trying to stop whatever bad videos you know. They're trying to stop on Youtube with their algorithm. They got me right in and my video is you know. It's it's it's it's harmless. You know all my videos are harmless right so The same concept applies to videos as as two ideas. You you you you can't you can't safely ban any of them because it it it winds up a day endangering all the others yep now now this is one thing that we published up here guy keeps scrolling down but we certainly in. Today's show you go into the archive and you'll see the letter that you wrote to Governor Sununu now. What prompted you to write this. What kind of impact does ahead? Yeah I just sent a letter to him indicating the line that the cross it then. I violate Violate their rules. You know so. It's pretty conservative. I mean it's not. I'm not promising to do reckless things right. I'm not promising to gather with a large group of people in you know in fact each other. That's not that's not. What the plan here. But if they get to a point where it's like Some of the other states where you are essentially forbidden from walking to an intersection alone with assign political sign and holding it. They get to that point. I'm going to I'm I'm I'm on my way. Let intersection and I will make it. A you know publicly announced act of civil disobedience and if they try to to to stop you know one on one trade or smaller trade which we need to have in our neighborhood Then I would violate that to put them on notice. What what I where. I would start making civil disobedience events and and and trying to be asking everyone in the answer to do something seems to me like it's a perfect storm of how do you destroy the economy of America. I mean not that it wasn't already destroyed with all the crap that do but you know that's another thing but I'm I'm esteems like it's intentional. Non Purpose they want to bring in their technocratic. We need to have all this why they need us in a digital dollar something you know. It's possible sometimes. The explanation is simpler sometimes. Simple explanation is the real one. Which is what you're stupid. Be An actual dangerous virus right. I think that's an absolute the possibility I don't disbelieve that so I think we need to be responsible in the way we resist. Don't resist in a way that poses any danger to the public. I'm not that concerned because I I do a lot of interviews APP scientists on okay. I ask simple questions all right. Well how do they know? They died from Corona. Virus is because they you know they have you know then you find out of all the people in Italy. Only point eight percent documented that was corona virus. You know fifty seven percent or more was dead three diseases in two diseases one disease and had gotten they don't really check and I'm going to look when you guys know. Let me know. I'm not going to destroy the entire economy the most powerful economy on the planet. Because some guy over here doesn't like trump their their their documentation process probably already broken down and corona virus appears to have A kill rate between one and seven percent Even if it's one percent that is what that's that's half as bad as the Spanish flu so I'm not. I'm not feeling it when people say that this is completely a hoax. I think there. There's a certain vibe that things have you know when the government's completely making something up and just not syncing that vibe? I think there's some there there I think their solution is wrong. L. I I see this is either you believe in freedom or you don't freedoms the answer or it's not and I'm going it's like South Korea comes any say darn thing so don't be stupid. Where math wear gloves? Don't cop people don't congregate peace out. Let me know how it works out. Boom they're fine so I'm going okay was. Should we have done that here? As opposed to closing restaurants and stuff around the country you take an entire segment of society. That's living paycheck to paycheck. And you guarantee a revolution for what what. What is it that they want them? That's worrisome but I cannot tell tell you. History is going to tell you whether that whether that did more harm than good the entirety. No I already David Ridley really report. Let me tell you earn extent on record. What the Hell is today March? Twenty six twenty twenty me tell you what this solution shutting down a free society and making it. Not Free has dire ramifications. When you have party you have more death when you have fewer options you have more death when you have people who don't have access to stuff can't meet and get their stuff guy more death to whatever the death number they come up with. I guarantee this lack of freedom created more death if death is your thing if the game you'll never massacre Sicilian so I'm just going. This is going to produce more guarantee it so say a thirty put beyond record probably and I'm more concerned about the things we know. This call is doing more harm than good. We know that it's doing more harm than good. All these these anti Christ Gouging Social Justice Warriors Telling you what you can charge for something you know when when that's that's worrying me because it's obvious that it's doing more harm than good. You know this this this price. Christ discovery is being interfered with by the government and people are being banned from selling things are banned from paying. What what they're actually worth are banned from charging what they're actually worth that's creating shortages. That's definitely helping the plague. So that's I focused more on that because I know the government is wrong about that. He is it any curtailment of freedom you got to see. This is where early. Not See. God's Man I'm telling you David this is going to separate yelled The men from the boys this this kind of issue like well. If it's an alien invasion from Alfredsson whatever the hell well then we gotta mandate you know screw. They comes to take me to your leader. I go right here man. What's a you know this? This whole mindset. Eds faith in it or you. Don't there are no exceptions? Not Saying they should mandate something at taxpayer expense. But I am saying it's appropriate to be agnostic about certain things when you don't have enough information yet we don't know for sure That it's bad to stay away from bars right now all right. I think there's a case to be made that it's an okay thing to stay away. From a bar right now mandated not mandated by taxpayer expense. You know so you know influenced now you've got pay extra tax your violation of statistical murderer. You know see that's my thing. I'm going all these things that they do. They create more death than what they saved us from. Dui CHARGE THEM WITH STATISTICAL. Murder probably should yes. Well I'm just like you know I'm telling you. Excuse me from my experience. This is going to be a neon flashing example a freedoms the answer questions they go. Yeah we got this fear. Fear and I go How much do you facebook or your face booker? I mean I'm on facebook quite a bit so it seems to me that people I it's I can tell when someone's face booking because it it's like a molding it's an opinion as a general public opinion thing that yeah well not always free tomorrow. I mean not in this case like this and they program it they see it the analyze it day take advantage of it and I can see people like a well. You know we really should kind of you know. I don't want to be ostracized and Peer Group of pressure or something and I'm going. Facebook can smell it. You know anyway. That's just my thing I I. I'm sorry Youtube in my case. I'm I'm for bypassing the whole thing and it takes guys like you. 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President trump Monday signalled. He wants the economy to be back in full swing as quickly as possible. Cbs News reports the Monday Corona Virus Task Force briefing trump indicated his administration will reevaluate the fifteen day guidelines. The White House issued last week when that time is up and soon as you new guidelines on how to return to a more normalized workforce in economy he said according to the president our country wasn't built to be shut down. This is not a country that was built for this trump banning. Were Not GonNa let the cure be worse than the problem? Cvs notes that only days ago. The president stood at the same podium warning Americans. The outbreak could last into July or August. Hey petition with more than a quarter of a million signatures has been sent to the Congress demanding regulations to keep healthcare workers safe as a tweet covet. Nineteen patients nurses say they need filtering respirators to keep them safe from infection by the novel. Corona virus but facing a national shortage of masks. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has downgraded the minimum level of recommended protection twice according to Kensington with national nurses united. Congress needs to intervene. We need an Osha. Temporary Emergency Standard. That will tell hospitals. They have to have the highest level of personal protective equipment. That will actually do the job. Keeping HEALTHCARE WORKER SAFE. He says E. CDC has told. Hospitals is permissible for healthcare workers to wear surgical masks Bandanas or scarves when treating suspected or confirmed. Kovac nineteen patients. The latest House version of the cove in nineteen stimulus package had a provision that would require protections for healthcare workers. The Senate version at that point did not Colorado's community. Health centers have done a complete re figuring of their health delivery models in response to cove in nineteen and are set to take an enormous hit in their ability to continue to provide care if the congress does not approve critical funding polly Anderson with the Colorado community health network says centers. Also don't have enough personal protection gear for workers or enough testing kits health thinners need immediate fund to say operational to continue to serve on the front lines this public health crisis. We also need Congress to act and reauthorized the federal funding for this program. So that we're not in a month among situation when we're most needed federal. Stopgap funding for centers passed in December but is set to expire on May. Twenty second and Anderson says many staff could face furloughs without additional support. I'm Eric Glass. Addison says health centers that serve Colorado's regardless of their ability to pay will continue to do all they can. This is penis. It is estimated one in four Kentucky Inns has been diagnosed with type two diabetes local prevention programs across the state of working tell residents control their blood sugar and decrease their risk of diabetes related complications especially amid the pandemic according to the CDC people with diabetes may be at higher risk for severe illness from Kovic Nineteen. Mary Beth castle with Johnson. County Health Department teaches a weekly. Cdc Recognized Diabetes Prevention Class. She says the biggest issue clients struggle with is increasing their physical activity. I have a lady. That's on a cane. I've had individuals that being on oxygen. So we talk about things that they can do one of the things that I do recommend to them is if they are sitting at home watching. Tv that every time a commercial comes on suggested them to get up and walk around in the House. Castle adds that while her class has stopped meeting in person as the state continues social distancing measures. I'm Nadia Ramleh gone. Colonel Virus May Have Shut Down Schools Missouri and Mary Sherman reports. It's not stopping efforts to ensure that kids have access to issues foods during the day according to Missouri kids count data roughly seventeen percent Missouri. Children are food insecure meaning. They are unsure where their next meal will come from. Federally funded programs help to meet the need by providing free or reduced price meals during the school day with classes cancelled. It's a full court press for agencies and organizations that help connect children in need to anti-hunger programs. Jeremy Millar Ski with no kid. Hungry Missouri of program of the family and Community Trust explains. The work is extremely critical. Now I waited hasn't been before because there's a lot of confusion and anxiety and it causes anxiety is not knowing what's happening. Missouri was approved for Usda Waivers that allow school meals to be served in non group settings and off campus finally Diane but ARD reports health officials are issuing warnings about the use of anti malarial drug that after president trump touted them as a possible cure for Kovic Nineteen Nass use of chloroquine and other quinine drugs without testing is a public health. Danger says Dr Remington Nevin Johns Hopkins Epidemiologist. He explains this class of drugs can be neuro toxic with disturbing and possibly permanent mental health side effects. The widespread use of orphan for prophylaxis is associated with a measurable increase in the rate of incidence stuff. Neuro-psychiatric will be more interest more depressed more psychotic and more suicidal. He says he's troubled that some doctors in the United States have started to prescribe the drugs for use against the corona virus. But he points out that their effectiveness has not been demonstrated in full-scale clinical studies are Mike Clifford for public new service. We are member ember listener supported and online at public news service DOT ORG. What we of the path that lies behind me. I remember the one hundred. Here's we have bought these machines and after a century I remember that which matters still let us make them remember. Burnett declare your independence. Fear's got your pizza's studios for us with us. Phoenix DOT DOT O. Who's the declarant independent kind of guy who ammon Bundy Ammon Bundy? One of the best nearing young young young young young young. Yeah I am I am so. I'm so inspired by a lot of the things. That Amazon has done advocated for over his life. It's certainly a late but we're going to be talked everything that he's been talking about all the freedoms you may know him. He's Cliven Bundy of the twenty fourteen bundy standoff over you know. The issue was grazing rights on Federal Land and contracts of and we add. And you're lying and and we're not and you saw can near a government and then you know what happened in Oregon Wildlife Refuge up there just to out a lot of the stuff that's been going at brought attention to thank not guilty not guilty not guilty not guilty not guilty but they keep coming after them. I don't know what they're doing now in but find out but you know what he's here to talk about is You know they got. They got some orders coming from the government. You know around you want to share with us right and tell us all about it. Well thanks probably honor says I really appreciate it? and I first of all want to. I guess you know they were having a meeting We're having a millionaire in Idaho with many people as we can But according to the Idaho Department of Health to well clear order of the director Find yesterday March twenty fifth It's it's illegal. I guess to peacefully assemble In fact this order as this order directs all individuals living in the state of Idaho to self isolate. I can place residence until order order. Order what do you mean order? Well let me let me just answer that question. It's a good question so go to page three eleven pages long as individuals outside. The home are prohibited. Let me go on. It's five all big with facility. In the state of Idaho are required to cease all activity. Location also page five. All people in Idaho shallow immediately cease hosting or participating in all public and private gathering also page pipe. All travel is prohibited. What also teach five the purpose of this order. Individuals may leave the residence only to any of the following essential activities. And it gives you a list of what the government is saying that they could do. It's pretty minimal. Then we go all the way to page ten and it says for the purpose of this order including maintaining and At least sixty foot social distancing from individuals washing hands with soap water per at least twenty seconds as frequent as possible using hand sanitizer covering cough or sneezes into this leave or eligible not pan regularly cleaning high cut services and not shaking hand. It says the director requests that Sheriff and Chief of police in the state of Idaho and the Idaho State. Please ensure compliance with an enforce this order Act to the summary and it says. Please read this order carefully. It in bold violation of or failure to comply with this order could constitute punishment by fine imprisonment or both did a given amount or what you're in violation of they said Idaho Code. Six Dash One zero zero three seven does. That's what does that say. I've only summarize Basically says that they have the enforcement to are the the power to impose enforce orders of isolation and quarantine protect the public from the spread of infectious communicable over the sea. It used to be the only had to say national defense at its national census. You know whatever so now. They got a national defense of the Health Day. Or we just said because well let me if. I can put this in perspective to your listeners and obviously cut me off where I need to be cut off. But so the last time it was illegal to meet together as a people was before the revolutionary war since since we want our independent has never been illegal to assemble as deport yesterday. The Governor of Idaho Brad. Little who's supposed to be a conservative? He literally lives just down the street from the into down on live in Emmett. Idaho Him and the Director of Idaho Department of Health. Well a health and welfare. Dave Jefferson have declared it illegal for people to assemble people to go to church For people to work and produce And it doesn't matter what the reason I don't want to. I wouldn't want to argue if this if there's orders that I'm looking at eleven page order if it was a guideline I would put my hand. Yeah win is the government ever friendly advice but if not a guideline it isn't enforced order and and if if if you know if I if I have the time I'd like to reintroduce People that are listening to the to the bill of rights. And as you know the bill of rights are the First Amendment of the United States Constitution. And I'm GonNa read it First Amendment on this. I'm just GonNa read the first. Congress shall make no law respecting establishment of religion or prohibiting the are or prohibiting the free exercise thereof or or abridging the freedom of speech or the press or the right of the people peacefully assemble and to petition government for Redress Agreement. The Supreme Court unanimously has ruled that the ride several for lawful lawful discussion however unpopular the sponsor ship cannot be made trying and the decision applied the First Amendment right to peaceful assembly within the state. There's a barn door that they're going to drive through and I guarantee I know what it is. Oh well they're communicable. I mean they're they're not peaceful their bioweapon. That's not peaceful assembly. That's a that's a threat on Mirka. Did they have to say that? Somehow we are care ammon who am I talking to here I wanNA. I'm just saying I'm just saying what the Supreme Court has already said in fat chief justice and you know the way that you know that they can have or cannot have in my perspective. I'm not saying that I'm getting to that Ernest like because I'm just laying this out. That these of this has been argued many many times in our in our country and each time it has been decided that the right of the people to assemble is the right fact. Listen to this chief justice waite. He argued that the right of peaceful assemble wasn't is a natural right that preceded the adoption of the constitution rather than a right granted by. Who says this right goes way beyond the constitution. It's not the constitution. Just protects that right but it wasn't granted by the Constitution. This is a natural right that each person half it is going to be someone like you that the history you have them doing this in your own. State. It's almost like hey let's trigger 'em and watch this you know and I. It's amazing we just had in the last hour David Lee the Ridley report been great. Activist Kill Libertarian. Free staters done a lot but now you spend lots of time on facebook you got. Well you know this might be. We gotta be nine. We shouldn't kind of like look man freedoms the answer. What's a freaking question? Well I am. It's GonNa us with that because we need it. We'll be right back from the sixth letter of Captain. 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They really went all strict on this thing to the point because on page three. There's three pages now. It's like how many pages did you say it was an eleven pages of thou shalt nots I thou shalt not thou shalt not in your guilty of something and I'm going to find imprisonment. Do you know what the penalty is for each infraction of they'll make it up as they go along and you violated their presence of something. I mean what? What's the obvious? Most obvious you violate that ordinance in its what penalty. Yeah I don't know I don't even know I mean I don't it's probably You know public endangerment or something like that I really don't know they make it up. Whatever they need Neil. Do you know the one thing that they do very well is you've heard the adage of whoever act. The questions wins the argument when they charge somebody or something. That's what they're doing. They're asking the question and so they're very skilled at being able to affect question so that you can't really argue what you want to did you. Did you not violate we rule you? Yes I did guilty guilty guilty guilty and I are all okay so summarize for the people again. This order says you can't okay. You can skipped over what you can leave. I mean no. You're in your house you. You are locked freaking down. We got Humvees at all. The freeway exit nuncio get on or pass or not allowed. And I'm going really so they say you can leave for what reasons so if we get into got let me get in you can leave So essential activities you can engage in activities or perform tasks essential to their health and To decide what that is. Well that's the that's the thing it really. This is the point that I want to be insensitive. I'm not want him to say that. This virus is that blown out of proportion right. I certainly believe that but I'm not trying to stay out here. It doesn't matter what is the most safest action it's not the right of the government to take. These are natural rights that God gives us if we truly truly believe see and if your previous guests have to ask this question was is the right to travel right to assemble right to go to church to believe and rely and worship. Is that a right. Given to you from God or is it given to buy man through government and if you answered the question that you have to and the answer is they came from God there might right then you have to naturally say then the government has no right to restrict though and it's that simple so it doesn't matter what is the most safest action And like I said if this Was a directive not in order if it was basically Hey these are these are guidelines that we feel would be fast and help people to understand. What would you back I would? I would applaud it. I would applaud but that was not the case and therefore we're overstepping by. Tell me about the people that did this so we have. It's it from the governor's office some health officials somebody anointed of homeland defence a federal. What's at the top of the paper? Who did this? The Idaho Department of Health Welfare and Idaho Optima Health Welfare. Just so you know is the state single largest agencies. So it's a large bureaucracy in the state of Idaho so it's definitely the tip of the spirit day than those yeah and and it was not signed by the governor by the director the director of the Department of Health and Welfare there actually is no even direct correlation to the Scary who anything from the governor said anything about. He's like Oh. He went public yesterday and basically outlined this order but he did sign. The interesting thing is it's a couple of days ago he signed a proclamation and I'm going to grab it related this proclamation the first line it's one of those whereas whereas therefore right now that signed by the governor but it's interesting 'cause it says the very first line of this proclamation says whereas the health and safety of all IDAHOANS is the greatest priority of our state and its leaders. That is the number one problem right there. Yeah no it's freedom is your number one priority sons a protectionist liberty. It's a number one priority but no our Constitution Arizona says number one detection individual rights. See Right here. I'm looking now. They're saying that he actually says implying that the number one priority is the health and safety of all Idaho and he's off on the very first line. It is not the number one priority is a sigh up. I and you know that this is getting people to go that well. The number one priority is healthy. No it's not no Franken I call him out on it. That is not your number one priority. Governor little is to protect the liberty of the people period. And what you're doing when you're protecting the health and safety and making that dry already is deteriorating and destroying liberty of this okay. I got the Idaho Health and Welfare Department of Director. Dave Jefferson is at him. Okay now let's find out about Dave Jefferson when you get into do a Wiki or something like that you could tell you everything you need to know is yes so listen. He's the director of you know healthy. He was with Blue Cross Idaho for the past six and a half years listen. This employed as an executive strategy and innovation office had a long career in banking. Jefferson holds a master's degree in lesson with the districts from Iowa State University a Bachelor's degree in mathematics and Statistics from Idaho State University and an AA degree. In the math. In math from ricks college he has no medical. Train is a banker to bean counter at the head of the largest bureaucracy. In the state of do what? He's told her that's what he does even if he's you know even if he's a nice guy it doesn't really matter one is he doesn't sound like medically he hasn't he. You know ability to make this decision or even the Doug Pollen. These guys are not there to defend individual rights there to do it. Somebody tells them to. Do you know who's telling him. Where's his background? What's it that's what I'm looking for. No I tell you that right here but I gotta look a little bit. I I should have underlined it. Okay let's see up here to after graduation. He worked in the risk management marketing and Yada Yada Yada State is successful bank consulting business. What Wo- David started a successful bank consulting business? I need go no further. Oh my God it is. It is it. Is THEY PAY employees? When we come back art see. This is and who did. 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We had one of the patrons requested that we make it the artwork different. It'd be more white anyway. We'll get the graphics up there when we get done with that we bring it back. I go leave April third to go back and finish the studio and everything. It's in Maine and we go to Manchester. Do some more mechanical them. Were driving it across the country back to Phoenix. Where we're going to wrap it then. Donna looted up and then we go and it starts we all year on the road starting to May. Now we're going to Maui Kinda booked up through about no mid-september but then we're making our way across the Northern United States. You know summer. It's nice and we're going to the Pacific northwest and we're going to be based on herself out of Washington state there because he has some fringe. Erna farm that we're going to be stay an APP but we're going to be doing a lot of stuff up there in Oregon Montana Washington and I I I think I think I will come visit me. Some Ammon Bundy with love bus in Idaho. You feel me absolutely. I think he should bedroom done. Count on it September. Start thinking you have plenty of time. Start thinking about go bring it because by the time we get there is going to be something to bring. And they're gonNA WE JUST PUT A. I don't know a bullseye on the top of their hellfire satellite missile thing or something. But yeah but we got it all surveilled and we're getting recording video. Everything all the time stream. It's going to be we're going to. We're going to get it on camera gear free. Continue that 'cause you know how that works? So what was it that you wanted to share with us right but when we went into the break we out kind of. Where was the connection? You know who was kind of driving this and I believe I have evidence bad. Actually in the hairdryer out of the health and welfare all order if says it is based on the advice and direction on state federal and local public health experts. So then you go to the proclamation. That was signed by the seven a couple of days ago and he says whereas this is the one that says whereas the health and safety of ideals day priority of state leaders he go on whereas the worldwide direction Cova nineteen including United States has grass to a pandemic declared by the world health or they may not and then he goes on or after before this is the state of Idaho is and continues to secure millions of dollars in funds to support the emergency response. You start to see no. I went through this before and it was called H. One in one it was right after the Economic Crash of the Housing and whatever eight. Oh Nine Obama comes in. He takes over all said. Oh my God we're all GonNa die from h one m one and they tried to do a lot of this stuff and that was just a dry run. That was you know to make sure that they. Yeah here we go here. We got what we did wrong last time it was like the SNL savings and loan crashed in the late eighties. Early nineties was to set up for them doing it later and nobody goes to jail. This is just. I'm telling you people I've got. Is this thing on I go. What do you think I've been talking about all this time? You know this is. This is a coup against the American people. Now I know trump is. He wants to do what he perceives to be the right thing. I don't know how you know. Part of it. He is or whatever but man don't do it don't freak and do it and they're doing it and what you gotta do. Executive Order of you're not allowed to be butt heads in the states anymore. What's He got to do? Well I'll tell you what we're doing. We're going to have a public meeting tonight at eight o'clock here Emmet Idaho and we hope that there's you know over one hundred people there. Maybe maybe several hundred because what this is the reason laid out. It's not there right. Kate until you have to wait way. The the the balance I guess and I give you an allergy Let me You're sitting at a park bench and you have your backpack with and somebody comes up and grabs your backpack and begins to take it away. The first thing you do respond say hey that's mine and you grab you get a hold of it now. There's a little bit of a tug of war and you say. Hey that's nine that's why you can't take it and the other person may say no. I can take. It might even claim that it's hit it. Then you say no look at. It has my name on. It has my my stuff in it. My cell phones in it made my kids My kids letters to me. Maybe my family Bible things in report. My business documents that kind of thing. It's mine and I need it. It's mine now a good person all. Yeah you're right. It's yours at. He would let go over but a criminal would can keep tugging and keep fooling now. You might be big enough to take care of the issue yourself and knocked the guy out riding on the ground you all. You might not be right. You know he might be three hundred fifty pound brute with a gun. What do you do what you do is you do not let let go of the backpack? You begin to yell for help for other people in that in depart. Hey I need help. I need help. He's taking my backpack. He stealing my property. And then you alarm an alert. Everybody in the in the Far and good people will respond to you and together. They will secure the back fat. And that's what I'm doing. I'm calling people here in Idaho and surrounding and thank. Hey look on buddies taking our backpack. And you can't let them take because guess what they're going to take your house your car you're live never take everything l. You will never see that attack again and if you do most likely. Italy tattered ripped and warn and the and the stuff that's inside of it will gone. God bless Ammon Bundy doing this. Thank you oh my God. I'm hoping to somebody that's why we did our party. I bring it on you know but this is a political gathering assembly a peaceful of the whatever the hell and I mean they would do this in the state were ammon. Bundy is are they stupid? I mean you have no right to restrict the person to their home to teach churches from Having services to restrict people from assembling they have no right to do that. We the people are the sovereign. We have never give government any level of government to do such thing. We must say no no absolutely. I'm with you brother okay. Now you have announced this in what way you know how many people know about this. And how and what way of what will we have a standing meeting that? We've had Thursday at eight o'clock for some time now but it's just been a small fairly local group of individuals so on actually at skin thirty going announcing it to the mass that you heard it here. I heard it here first. Older came out like one thirty two o'clock yesterday and so you know we needed to be able to understand the order. Be Able to talk You know logically on responsibly. Before we we go forward and we are inviting as many people as will come to this public meeting. David Jefferson is the guide signs and department of I got here and he just happened to have a a bank consulting business. Next tells me all I need no you know I'm just like are you kidding me? You know the said this is a big giant coup. If they couldn't do it one way to do it another way of another way or another way of another way but if we can use fears the mind killer if we can get the people afraid now I is there. Nobody's GonNa come to your event because they're all in the hospital up sick coughing up blood lying dead and sheets like cordwood. Is Idaho infected all? Oh my God I think. There's you know very mental cases here in Idaho now and died believe that they say that they are anyway. I definitely a lot of I'm I'm yeah no it's like do i. Man Everything I've been in this happens in. It's amazing is the people on the. 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And it doesn't even matter because their number one job is not to keep me healthy or keep me free. I'll take care of my healthy all my by itself you know and one thing you pass out to these guys. A bunch of advertisers look Colonial silver coat their throat and cases. Something and here's a zinc tablet munch on a little bit of Oil Oregano. Or something of whatever the hell here deal bring your own stuff share with people there. Make sure that you're not masked glove do whatever you think is polite and you. WanNa be whatever but we're having the freaking meeting take whatever precautions you think you need and I don't think that Idaho's like got bodies stacked up like cordwood anyway but I'm just like this is so. Are you free or not? So this is to night now. Donna's GONNA put up in the show archive and as a standalone article will have it up at the top for the Youtube. For Ammon Bundy's Youtube page now. The ammen Bundy's youtube page Hopefully he'll learn how to do live streaming and Song we've got right aired it just a little bit. Adam and Bundy A. M. M. O. N. Bundy you do that. B. U. N. D. Y. Ammon Space Bundy on Youtube. Boom is page comes up Shangaan Rocco. So he's GonNa try not that put on their on another one of something that you have the streaming because the more live streams are doing their facebook streaming this streaming netflix. Where are they going to do? It's caught off. This is exactly what I want to see. I WANNA see how fast and if they shut down the feed. This is exactly what it's there for this for this kind of citizen journalism we get to share whatever and. I WanNa see what happens. Well of course there's GonNa be a lot of video or something. Oh we got confiscate all videos and this and that wealth it's streamed and it's up in his post and you've got the technology it's too frequent late. It's already got had happened like you're so five seconds too late because it's already up. This is what I'm talking about. Amnuay Deloitte buses doing what we're doing is to demonstrate teach and share this technology for exactly this it. It is absolutely important because you build like you know you build people that listen to you learn from you and you do it on a platform in which those that are annotated freedom can just shut off and you know how you're going to communicate with those people. I mean communications. The number one A Line of defense right the very first thing that I that a general will do when he goes into an area as he asked owls communication. I agree agree sample. I just haven't had the time or to spend the energy of it. You get plenty of people listening to this show. Play people your friends and family plan people? That'd be going to this event or playing people that know. Not I'm just saying you know. Take responsibility for yourself. The live stream on whatever. Well they're going to shut it down. I I know I want to hear that story. I want to the facebook and then they shot. It demanded shut it but we got the file we put it up I will. How's it for you put up on the forever? I have fast network if they could suck. It won't well I. I just can't emphasize enough with this. This virus thing is is literally the undoing of the American dream and protection of the rights to each person. I mean it. It is a mechanism is being used to get even the most liberty minded people to accept the trampling of freedom. And all I mean even people who have been so explicit in defending the rights of every man and woman are now saying no writers unalienable when it comes to keeping each other safe. That's what they're saying. They're saying the right to hold and control. Property can be taken to keep us safe to travel and visit each other can be denied to keep us safe right to world. Trade and provide for cells can be restricted. So we can be safe. That's what they're saying. The right to assemble and worship gone can be denied to keep a dangerous as hell. This is right stock fire stuff. This is Nazi Germany Nazi Nazi Nazi Germany. Crap all the time this is Nazi Germany stuff. This is rice stock fire. This is chant called government chancellor. You'll even get it from the governor. You get from some bureaucrat. Banking ties and these people that you know who I thought understood freedom. They're the ones that are saying that all these rights can be disparaged by force if necessary so that we can be safe and that is absolutely incorrect. You cannot think that way. It doesn't matter what you know. The good thing to do is what matters is what what our rights are and who. How's The authority to exercise those rights or not or despair jump and all of that entire American experience is? Oh amen brother. Does it one thing when they did? The we're going to restrict or or Amazon. They go you know we. We're just gonNA limit to you. Know vital bad blah blah blah and I and my friend Eric. We're working on some stuff and he goes. Who'd Heller they to tell me what is essential and needed and I go. Maybe I need a welding rod to fix boiler sway. Don't die about that. You know how. `Bout I need a part for this or that and whatever that affects my life you know. Who are they to decide? What isn't isn't an important to me. I want a central plan. Was this a five year. Plan government Soviet crap. This is what's taken over and if we don't have people like I'm telling you ammon what your family and supporters have done an Australian to make sure we bring all this. This was preempted so much of this to put you in a position right now to do what you're doing and I'll give crap what people say. Oh they're being told you. Freedom is kind of crazy and people get so. I don't care if everybody gets a corona at your event. I don't I do not care. We will learn from that you maybe time. I'll bring a better mask. Maybe next time maybe. Next time I'll increase my immune system a little bit more. Maybe next time maybe next we got to learn. We need the freedom to do that or we never even know. I gotta go on your health too. You know what is worse and has gotten worse killer twenty-first-century what is what is more virus or people's own government by far people's own government. Two hundred million people will not by their own government. And you WanNa say that viruses priority. No Liberty is the priority liberty. Thank you thank you thank you. I'm on your side man. You know they'll go. Yeah but this guy died cousin your murderer of go really what because of what you did with the economy and the lack of opportunity and living having to live with your family in a van down by the river. I'm guarantee they comment from I kept thinking Robert Redford. Vote was Brad Pitt Brad. Character in the big short and he was in that movie. He goes He says you know those celebrate. You know this is going down to a big money. Because every percent and unemployment goes down thirty thousand people die and I'm going what they've done. They've guaranteed more death than this virus could do. They already guarantee it. Are they statistical murderers and what's their penalty? Harry sovereign immunity of life sucks. Oh and by the way we got we wanted. You have any freedom anymore. This is revolutionary stuff. This is and it is not going to go well either way for anybody on this unless the only thing that will save this whole thing is a bunch of people doing exactly what you are doing. I just. I'd behalf our Party. Our families coming over you know. Bring it on. We're GONNA Challenge I. Yep Yep well we really will. We got guns but we really really will. I know and Ammon Bundy fan friends and Family. They know and they do it anyway. Because they understand the alternative if they don't how bad it's going to get that's right and it is not the irresponsible thing rest to have this meeting. It is the responsible thing because it deters the greatest danger. Thank you thank you thank you. Thank you hi. We're do people go and I'll go help and Biolo- gift Miam- by one support do and broadcast things. Ammon bundy where they go. I don't take any money right now on the Youtube facebook video off Youtube and facebook or comes out. You're killing me man no I am. We're working on the system right now. Geared freaking teeth. We did this for James Corbett report and I'm definitely going to make an Admin Bundy or get a hook you up. Do you have a media person. It person that's working with you. I want giving you either contact because it happened remain. We're really busy right now. We can do some things we can do. And kind of get into where. We'll go away but the really get y'all set up right hit on that boss I do. 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This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and Instagram's public service doing newscast March twenty four twenty twenty. I'm Mike Clifford. President trump Monday signalled. He wants the economy to be back in full swing as quickly as possible. Cbs News reports at the Monday. Corona virus taskforce briefing trump indicated. His administration will reevaluate the fifteen day guidelines the White House issued last week when time is up and soon as you new guidelines on how to return to a more normalized workforce in economy he said. According to the president our country wasn't built to be. Shut down this is not a country that was built for this trump banning. Were Not GonNa let the cure be worse than the problem? Cvs notes only days ago. The president stood at the same podium warning Americans. The outbreak could last into July or August a petition with more than a quarter of a million signatures has been sent to the Congress demanding regulations to keep healthcare workers safe as a treat. Cova nineteen patients. Nurses say they need filtering respirators to keep them safe from infection by the novel Corona virus but facing a national shortage of masks. These centers for Disease Control and Prevention has downgraded the minimum level of recommended protection twice according to Kensington with national nurses united. Congress needs to intervene. We need an Osha. Temporary Emergency Standard. That will tell hospitals. They have to have the highest level of criminal protective equipment. That will actually do the job. Keeping HEALTHCARE WORKERS SAFE. He says He. Cdc has told hospitals. It is permissible for healthcare workers to wear surgical masks. Bandanas or scarves when treating suspected or confirmed Khalid nineteen patients. The latest house version of the covy nineteenth stimulus package had a provision that would require protections for healthcare workers. The Senate version at that point did not Colorado's community. Health centers have done a complete we figuring of their health delivery models in response to cove in nineteen and are set to take an enormous hit in their ability to continue to provide care if the congress does not approve critical funding polly Anderson with the Colorado community. Health NETWORK SAYS CENTERS. Also don't have enough personal protection gear for workers or enough testing kits. Health centers need immediate funds to say operational to continue to serve on the front lines of this public health crisis. We also need Congress to Acton reauthorized the federal funding for this program. So that we're not in a month among situation when we're most needed federal. Stopgap funding for centers passed in December but is set to expire on May. Twenty Second Anderson says many staff could face furloughs without additional support. I'm Eric Gladys Anderson says hell centers that serve Colorado's regardless of their to pay will continue to do all they can. This is penis. It is estimated that one in four Kentucky inns has undiagnosed type two diabetes local prevention programs across the state working tell residents control their blood sugar and decrease their risk of diabetes related complications especially amid the pandemic according to the CDC people with diabetes may be at higher risk for severe illness from Cova. Nineteen Mary Beth. Castle with Johnson County Health Department teaches a weekly. Cdc Recognized Diabetes Prevention Class. She says the biggest issue her clients struggle with is increasing their physical activity. I have a lady. That's on a cane. I've had individuals that being on oxygen. So we talk about things that they can do one of the things that I do recommend to them is if they are sitting at home watching. Tv that every time a commercial on US existed them to get up and walk around in the House. Castle adds that while her class has stopped meeting in person as the state continues social distancing measures. I'm Nadia Ramleh gone. Chronic virus may have shut down schools in Missouri. Mary Sherman reports. It's not stopping efforts to ensure that kids have access to issues foods during the day. According to Missouri kids count data roughly seventeen percent of Missouri. Children are food insecure meaning. They are unsure where their next meal will come from. Federally funded programs help to meet the need by providing free or reduced price meals during the school day with classes cancelled. It's a full court. Press for eight and organizations that help connect children in need to anti-hunger programs. Jeremy Millar Ski with no kid. Hungry Missouri of program of the family and Community Trust explains. The work is extremely critical. No way that hasn't been before because there's a lot of confusion in anxiety and the biggest causes anxiety is not knowing what's happening. Missouri was approved for USDA waivers that allows school meals to be served in non group settings and off campus finally Diane but ARD REPORTS. Health officials are issuing warnings about the use of a anti-malarial drug that after President Trump. Touted them as a possible cure for cove in nineteen mass use of chloroquine and other quinine drugs without testing is a public health. Danger says Dr Remington Evan Johns Hopkins Epidemiologist. He explains this class of drugs can be neuro toxic with disturbing and possibly permanent mental health side effects beaten widespread use of orphan. Four prophylaxis is associated with a measurable increase in the rate of incidents stuffing neuro-psychiatric. Illness will be more anxious. More depressed more psychotic an more suicide. He says he's troubled that some doctors in the United States have started to prescribe the drugs for use against the corona virus. But he points out that their effectiveness has not been demonstrated in full-scale clinical studies on my Clifford for public news service. We are member ember listener supported and online at public news service DOT. Org You guys. It's Rick Ten. All righty. Then thank you for that. Welcome to another live edition of titillating sports with rectal. I you're humble. Hose retitled coming to you from the studios in downtown San Francisco but in my second at my house and this is how we We gotta do things now. Everybody stays safe. And we're looking at Several weeks of a lot of bad news is currently virus so but he maybe this despite talk some sports with you but whatever it is we'd love to have you with us. It is alive for three hours. 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Rick tittle is Genius. The best show ever. He's so wonderful genius. He's so wonderful. Elating sports with Rick tittle handsome. Jeez genius thank you so much and welcome back to the show rectal with you. Coast to coast and around the world on the American Forces Radio Network. What is going on with you? We'd love to hear from you as we talk sports and this is what you know. Do Monday through Friday nine to noon Pacific Time so get in and get her major league. Baseball was supposed to have opening day. Today we all had Thursday March twenty sixth on our calendars well. We all had that day on our calendars. Anyway it's just that we kind of marked it as a day of great fanfare and pomp and dare I say circumstance because that meant we would have baseball anybody. Good to me and Unfortunately we know that the pandemic has long ago push that date back and it's unknown when opening day is and you know. There's a possibility we might not have sports at all this year. And if you think about how. Much uncertainty commissioner. Rob Manfred is dealing with. It's understandable that he hasn't thought a lot of time to address some lingering business issues such as the League's report on the Boston. Red Sox and their alleged technological misconduct during their championship season and twenty thirty two thousand eighteen. I should say and that was their best season in the history of the red sox than ever won more games and all three rows of the plastic only lost once We do know that. It costs the manager who Got A ring that you're outscore his job and so if something's going on so rob. Manfred was on. Espn yesterday and he said quote. We are done with the investigation. There's been a delay in terms of producing a written report. Just because I frankly have not had time to turn to it with the other issues but we will get a Boston report out before we resume play. Now it's an interesting thing. Because the red sox have been under scrutiny long before the Astros got their punishment and once the Astros. Got Your their punishment. You figured it would be. I don't know I figured it'd be just a matter of weeks before the red sox would get. There's obviously excuse me no cough Mike back here. Obviously the the red sox need to know what their in store for before the season gets underway. And that's only fair especially for the people who had nothing to do with it and they're they're now they need to know what the deal is but the red sox have a lawyer who indicated that the League did in fact find evidence and that the have concluded that the team behaved inappropriately and This is a guy named Lauren Moskovitch. Or maybe a Woman Lauren. Moskovitch she said. I think that there are distinctions between what the red sox believe occurred. What the commissioner found and. I think that's certainly that they're entitled to disagree that that activity happened at club level. Now here's the thing the best thing you can do is to put your tail between your legs and just say. I'm sorry. We saw the astros do that for a day. We style two. Bregman read prepared statements and did not take any questions from the press and then we saw the backlash not just from the Cody bellinger's but every individual player. It seemed like before we shut down. Baseball WAS GETTING ACT ON. It asked on a daily basis What he thought about The Astros and be Mike Trout or whomever and I'll ask. Pj Scheckter in the third hour with baseball America which is about a month before this guy is just baseball hundred percent. I'll ask him what he thinks of. All that and mike fires and everybody else but the astros to remind you we're finding the highest amount that is allowable under the collective bargaining agreement which is five million bucks and they got stripped of four draft picks ones and twos and this year and the next that is we have a draft. Las Biju as well Jeff. Liu was suspended. Aj hinch was suspended and they still are suspended but Jim cranny owner fired. Both of them Now you might say well Dave Dombrowski got fired for this Let the history books show that he did knock fired for that? They've number asked was fired. In September. Dave Dombrowski was fired when we were still playing baseball. Now if it had something to do with this I mean the the Red Sox are certainly under scrutiny at that time but I don't believe that that was the reason but anyway for the lawyer and by the way the firm of Crop Oth- swaine and Moore This Ms Moskowitz. I used to do chronicle lives with her uncle. The tax attorney Steve Moskowitz. I don't know probably not related. But she for her to say you know. There's a certainly. They're entitled to disagree that that activity happened out. Two Club level doesn't help unless they are completely scot-free and they are just absolute victim of bad investigating and remember for people who want something to be done to the players. They can't have anything done to the players. The players were granted immunity so they would talk so you get the big fish you know you. Don't arrest the local drug pins You want the kingpins so you arrest a guy who's selling drugs on the street K. Maybe there's no drug sold for two three days and then somebody else doesn't but if can get the supplier Ah-ha and so that's the only way these players were GonNa talk is if they were granted immunity. They weren't granted immunity. Mike fires would have been probably the only one and so Nothing's going to happen to the players but the what the Red Sox don't need to do right now is to say well. You know we disagree. This was going on if they truly disagree. That was going on John. Henry wouldn't have fired Alex Cora unless he just didn't on the optics as they say it's just you know what you look like a cheater. You make us look like cheaters You've you've ruined our best season ever. I don't know how ruined it is being that they all got rings and they have that trophy to keep forever and ever. That's not being called back like Reggie Bush's heisman trophy so Rob Manfred basically said yesterday that he hasn't had time now on the one hand you know what I mean. You haven't had time you've had no baseball and this has been. Is this some sort of Corey Bush? Blue Ribbon Committee with bud ceiling and seeing if the as can move to Santa Clara County and on the other hand of Rob Manfred to say. Look this isn't a huge priority right now. This isn't a huge priority. And I just think every day like most companies but especially baseball the NBA NHL. They're going over scenarios and would those scenarios be okay. Let's say baseball starts may fifteenth? Here's the schedule. Here's the playoffs. Let's say baseball starts June first? Let's say baseball starts July first? Let's say baseball. Stocks Starts August. I shall we have anything Rob Manfred said that he'd have to look into the rumor of seven inning doubleheaders. Did you ever think live to see a day where you'd have seven inning doubleheaders that counted as a full major league baseball game to try to get in more games without taxing the players? Those potential for extra innings. So as I said Rob Manfred doesn't know what's going on because none of us do but I'm sure they have. They have to. They have scenarios for everything. That's possible and then no season draft no draft to draft next year five rounds ten rounds. All forty rounds. This is what they're playing with and as I said every day it does change but the report is in on the red sox rob Manfred just ain't got around to it yet. All right quick break and your participation at one eight hundred eight seven eight play. 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Wrap it up and if you're the headliner and you're doing two shows you really gotta wrap it up. Because they've got to get everybody out clean out. Get everybody and new flight. If you like but the last show the late show you can go past your life but the staff will hate you because they want to go home but anyway Paula. Poundstone ended up laying down on the stage and said Let's go back to my hotel room. Let's keep doing this show there and I actually walked out those. Who's in college with my girlfriend? I don't know if it was like eighty eight eighty nine. Not because we didn't like her. It's just it was just too long and I probably won't bring that up with her. I'll just off the part that I did see her by the way. It's funny. Ha Ha funny being on your home computer and getting like these little messages from McAfee every five seconds. You're exposed you're unprotected. I just got one say Attack In. Jonky see the Sun Don's Limo. I'm Ta Paul Volpe Amid Appear Informa- teak day through information pirates and. I think I'll say jazz. Act Lily I accept the risk. Maybe they thought I was in Canada. You'll get these emails Aug. Sports and second of problems but you get these emails and they call you a different name. I'm getting one now with an accent. Kristall hello KRISTALL. Like maybe I should is that my stripper name Krista. So Major League Baseball we know that was supposed to be opening day and so-. Mlb is having something called opening day at home and it is a venture that will see the league. Air Thirty Games one win per team across various media such as Youtube facebook twitter and the League The intent here is to promote a sense of community and unity on what was supposed to be a grand day also as they say quote underscoring the importance of staying home and staying healthy. And if you look at the schedule you have Mlb Network Yankees Indians. Ninety six giants dodgers 2013 giants Deepak 2017. It just goes right down the line you say youtube yeah there's MLB channel there's also an MLB vault channel as well The Those two games the giants and the dodgers and the giants and the d-box those must both be losses for them because on Youtube. The giants twenty fourteen game seven the great performance thereby Madison Bumgarner. That is That's going to be on Youtube. And then there's Youtube fault which is also a another channel on youtube the facebook channel for MLB. Ver- landers no hitter. This is Detroit. I'm just looking to see the as have anything in here and Oh athletics. Two Thousand Two twentieth straight win. That is on twitter's cut four. They're also doing games on On facebook and twitter an MLB. Twitter as well. I don't know how many Phillies WanNa see the bryce harper walk off Grand Slam. Now they hate him. But that's GONNA be there if you're a dodger fan you've got a no hitter for him from two thousand fourteen so as I said streaming along whatever you would want Mlb will also have the best player in that game to talk about it. So that's cool and by the way. Mlb DOT TV. You can get any two thousand eighteen and twenty nine thousand nine hundred regular season game for free right now which is pretty cool. And that's smart by baseball. I mean how many people are going to pay to rewatch a game from the last two seasons. There's just too many people have stolen their. Dvr's you want your product out there. You know this is why. I never understood what the NFL DOING. Blackouts you just taking your product. Away from people Rob Manfred as well Also had a few things to say outside of just the the Red Sox and That was the idea. Perhaps of You know win teams can restart camp that if they could do it in. May that maybe they could get started by Jin. That doesn't look like it's going to happen but as I said all the different plans I have. Manfred said nothing is off the table for us. The League said that They could not just the seven inning doubleheaders but they can also shift all postseason games to a neutral site like a Dome Stadium or warm weather site. You remember Scott. Boris yesterday talked about playing the world series on Christmas in Dome Door. Three California Stadia. None of them in the bay area Not surprised that they didn't throw in the call him even though I love it but most people hate it But no eight. No one is Oracle Park as well but If you think about you know and by the way the idea of going seven innings Ross Atkins Not Rusakov those little barrier department store but Ross Atkins is the GM of the Blue Jays he He felt that that was This particular crisis that could be it and Mafrij said that he's open to the idea but I think probably the most predictable part about Manfred. Interview is just his vow. That baseball will return not only return. But make it a distraction for the country saying quote. The one thing I know for sure is baseball will be back whenever it's safe to play. We'll be back. Our fans will be back. Our players will be back and we'll be part of the recovery the healing in this country from this particular pandemic now. The Union has to sign off on this and it appears that the service time thing will kick in for them. That's something of concern Obviously I mean we have a missing it. By one day Kris Bryant as he was held back as a rookie with the cubs and trying to get his extra year put in but with both sides. Hopefully they'll be a June start that That every player will get their year of service time regardless of how it is now another obvious. Question is the compensation. And what would happen if the season was canceled? Altogether pass and said the League has pledged in advance of one hundred fifty million dollars to give to the union. And then this let the Union Dole it out and split it and you know you WANNA pay everybody in the same what he wanted to do here which is weird because the players are employees of the team. But yeah when you deal with the Union the Union. I think every union on Earth and say. Yeah give us the payroll. Let us do it. Yikes but that service time resolution and you think about that and you think about Without revenue this year and free agency is unlikely to be a very lucrative year. Outside of Mookie. Betts and guys like you know James Paxton Marcus stroman but I mean think about a guy like Francisco. Indoor who the Indian aren't paying and he was resigned to the fact that he's going to be leaving as a free agent he will get a A full year in and that much closer to free agency and I'm actually Kinda surprised at Major League baseball relented on this. If you think about how hard kicking and screaming that they have fought They said that one day for Kris Bryant. How much did they have fought over this and by the way the MLB won that case and saying have a disgruntled Bryant there? I don't know what's going on in the north side of Chicago but as much as they fought like okay. Fine and the reason. They've said fine because the owners are convinced there's going to be a season and they can go ahead and try and prorate service time to go with percentages and that is you know. Play one hundred games. The player gets called up from the minors and appears in seventy five games. Maybe they'll do seventy five percent service time. Which would then equal one hundred twenty two games in a full season? I I don't know how the probation is going to be like that or not but from what I heard from the report from Jeff Passan who's with ESPN now is that they're going to give that full year. Nothing's been written down yet. That's it's one thing to just say it and then have people like me and writers you know shouted across this great land of ours than it's another thing to actually sit down with the Union and get it done all right when we come back Paula. Poundstone will join us. The great stand up comedian Iraq to the we'll see in the second on sports byline. The Alex Bama to vote. I wanted to be gone. I run by progressive presents. Get Inspiration to help you do insurance stuff. Hey you're just gonNA stand there and let people knock it you credit for being a good driver. You deserve discounts on car insurance and that's what snapshot from Progressive Is Four. So why aren't you signing up any music to get punked it talking to Donald? Trump's Albert's fingers do out Progressive Casualty Insurance Company and affiliates Snapshot Not Available in California North Carolina from all agents. It has been said that everyone has a book them. But you have the time or the ability to write your book. 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This was in the late eighties when I was in college and went to the punchline and I saw our next guest here I had. I saw Paula poundstone. And she is one of the originals. She's still going strong and the podcast. Nobody listens to Paul and Paula. This is a weird time because on the one hand all these dates are put on hold. But you can still get the shows out there through the podcast. I know it's not the same as your stand upset. How are you dealing with all this? Well I I'm struggling with the technology. Prickly puff my day is spent trying to figure out how to click on. What but the good news about the podcast for for listeners Is that all you have to do is go to my website. Paula POUNDSTONE DOT COM. And it's the first thing that comes up It couldn't be easier. And so we we through the magic of technology we have managed. Can't get in the studio anymore but we can with everyone in their houses and and it's still fun and all the same characters are still there. And so it's it's been fun You know against the backdrop of of what everyone knows and by the way that people in all those different countries Boy I it. It sounds stupid to say but I'm going to say it anyway. It's because it's been my heart. Which is she's I wish. Everybody Look I. You know I when I walked down the street to walk the dogs or right now quite honestly interesting in line outside the post office but when I walked down the street I smile and wave at everybody. Say because you know what I it makes me feel better and I'm generally speaking the response that I get into indicates to me that it makes people feel better as well and one of the things that I've been doing is putting up comedy videos also on my website and on the facebook page for both me and for my and for nobody listens to Paula poundstone I and the response has been so much fun to read. You Know People. Enjoying I have Joan of ARC Encouraging people I of a character club Miss Nancy who's Who's doing online curriculum for first grade class from Fairbanks so entry school? And I say I. It's been Kinda Fun. No doubt people have had to get creative in these times. I think it's funny when you say you smile and wave people. I think a lot of people out there like Madeline Kahn. And Young Frankenstein. When Gene Wilder blows her a kiss from the train and she goes and gets out of the way of the kiss. So people aren't frowning at you. They're still making eye contact with you. Paula Yeah Yeah I mean I the way see walkway beside them obviously You know I'll be across from people which you have to do when you have a dog any wage by the way And now I live in Santa Monica California. And there's like when you have a dog on a leash they don't respond well to other dogs on breaches I think the dog feels vulnerable because it can't stick and move and so you get like a lot of my dogs. If I don't see the other dog I don't take my shoulder out of the socket one JIG To you know to say you you don't come over here I've done And so there's a certain hour a couple of different hours of the day and Santa Monica the streets. I swore armed with people both trying to cross the street so that their dog doesn't make counter another dog and to give other people Give Way to other people so that we can you know safely Social Pistons. It looks like when I was a kid I would never gives us now but when I was little I would sometimes take my basketball and and we have in our driveway where there'd be a crack sometimes like a little anthill and it was called but I didn't really think of it that way at the time so we take my basketball bounce it on the anthill and all the ants would come out and sort of spin around in a panic. That's what we look like in Santa Monica. Rocking are trying to avoid one another now. But usually if I'm across the street or you know I I yell over people. It's not anybody I know it. Just go you know get out of there you know generally depressed reverie and and wave and I asked them doing and I and I and I wish them well and I tell them that me and my back a good enough for now you know. I'm almost surprised you're walking dogs here about the ultimate cat person. I've ever heard and like ultimate celebrity cat person but that's a nice dog to. Oh Yeah I do a yeah I do. I like animals I delivered for a long time. Yeah and the cats not so easy to walk say I saw a guy today with a cart and he had a cat and the cart and that cat never jump though and it was alive and well it wasn't sickly. And it wasn't tethered anyway. I you know I have twelve cats. I could make some stay in a in a little a little card that yourself them to forever takes the post on the Internet. Carry around the. We're speaking politics just resetting. We're speaking with Paula poundstone courtesy of the progressive guest line. Get your quote on Progressive Dot com today. Paula I. I'm four and I grew up in the eighties and Whenever Dana Gold or Jake johannesen coming studio. It's an extra thrill for me and you're in that. Yeah you're in that generation of of comics and you're think back the early days of of Letterman has. It all seemed like one hundred years ago. Or is it all gone by in a blink Yeah it could. It has come by in a blink. I think you know I. I'm lucky I'm lucky. In every way there is first of all but as a performer. Because Because I do a lot of interviews you know I'm often asked to call things from You know from coming up comic and and all those years and so. They're fairly fresh in my mind whether or not I'm remembering them accurately I've no idea but there's no one to contest it really So so yeah I mean I think a lot of that feels sir. Still really reachable from me in terms of both in terms of memory. And what I what I sort of carry around with me. I think as as a performer. yeah just I know myself to be The the luckiest person in the world you know It's the greatest job I get to Like when I post to be my kindly nice only motor my my my daughter Alley Has Been My camera woman. My Prop Master. My makeup consultant. My everything's for making these little films and when I post him people right to thank me. Like wow even when you know when I was in the theaters and we'll be again But you know people come up to like I I work in Fresno Fargo almost any city that begins with an S. People would come up and say thank you for coming you know. I just keep yesterday and I made straighten can say to the woman that was served helping the at the cash register. You know I thank you so much for doing this job You know because they're they are right Out there you know. There's just so many people that are doing very very courageous work and it's funny to think that people thank me for For thinking of something I thought was funny and then say in it. No doubt when you did White House arrive on ener when you did the White House correspondent. You're the first female comedians do that and and I think a lot of us we we we we. We know when norm MacDonald did it. He was so good when Clinton was president. But Michelle Wolf did it. You know a year or two ago and faces backlash. I thought she was great. I still I still find it. Odd that a Lotta people. Just don't get comedy and and these politicians they just don't understand what comedians do even in today's world. Was it like when you did the White House? Correspondents dinner saying level and really not a great performing experience on the other level. I think you know there are two crowds. That sucks to work to. Okay Sweetie let me include. What was the name of that place the Lau in Chicopee Massachusetts third in the list and only because I? I don't think they're there anymore. But the okay great food and there were times where I really enjoyed myself playing there. But they would that they had long tables. So you're standing on stage and they're several long cables extending sort of from the stage. Little tables pushed together. But you know like the like they're you know like a like a church supper or something these long long tables and so people you know and and people could order think called a Scorpion ball which is like just a mixture of you know mouthwash and vodka and any crap that can think of to get people trunk in a big bowl and then you order it like for your quote and everyone has a strong there. I mean I can't think of a worse idea but still because of that. I played a lot of people that were going like. It's happy birthday birthday. Like in the middle of whatever was always saying he's getting married. Oh isn't that wonderful Ma'am? Thank you for telling you all right. So that's the third worst crowd. Maybe okay maybe. The second worse crowd is anything with Hollywood people know anything with actors and you know just calling people because they all feel like them. They're down that until they're a horrible audience and then the third excuse me and then they were in first place would be the Washington press. What's funny though? Paula? I've heard comedian. Say that they don't like colleges now because they're so woke that they won't that you have to submit a list of jokes Lordy. Yeah well that I wouldn't do that I I. Wouldn't I wouldn't do that any I mean. That's a terrible idea And the other thing I I don't have the time. I don't even know what I'm going to say. So I wouldn't farewell in that situation but Yes but the other thing about when I did. It was a long time ago and it wasn't the big event I mean it was. It was a big event but it wasn't V big. It wasn't televised wasn't sort of covered in that way. It really was the White House Press Corps Association or whatever it was. It wasn't like you know a showcase for performers. And that's when I did. It was the first George Bush and I said to Charles Bierbauer. Who was at the time? The Washington course the White House correspondent for CNN. I mean I said to him. I don't want to perform for Bush and he said. Oh it's not for Bush before the you know the Press Corps Paula Paula. That's I I hate to cut you off. We gotta run. I WANNA make sure that everybody listens to. Nobody listens the Paula poundstone and go to Paula. Poundstone DOT COM. Paula is so great. It's so cold from seeing you in one thousand nine hundred eight to having you on my show all these years later. Thank you so much I loved being here. Thank you very much and good luck in all of this and you too. I'm Rick tittle combined. 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There's no doubt that'll be at ten forty seven ten. Bj Scheckter from baseball. America will join us by the way with a lot of Hispanic names. There are other names and other last names and Louis theon. I say only has four names. Sometimes it's most you know Whitey. We have three some girls. I didn't have any middle name because they'll last become very traditional. But he's Luis. Clemente Tian Vega Vega. That's a cool name too. All right I record a little quick horror news. Break on back on Sports You're listening to the heartland newsfeed Radio Network Broadcasting Twenty for seven over. The Stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram xl. This is public new servers. Still a newscast update from March twenty. Six twenty twenty on Mike Clifford. Us House now preparing to take up the two point two trillion dollar emergency relief package that passed the Senate just before midnight on in your ties reporting the package designed to flood the US economy with money as households businesses. Continue to real from the corona virus outbreak. The Times calls the bill. The largest fiscal stimulus package in modern history. In part the plan would send direct payments of twelve hundred dollars to Americans. Earning UP TO SEVENTY FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS. Which would phase out for higher earners and he would those making north of ninety nine thousand dollars a year. The plan also includes an additional five hundred dollars for each child meantime. The Labor Department reports jobless claims soared last week. Delay Three point three million filing for unemployment compared with two hundred thousand the week before longtime advocates have paid family leave and sick days for all. Colorado workers are hoping state lawmakers see the corner virus pandemic guess a wakeup call. The vast majority of Colorado's don't have access to page family or sick. Leave making it hard for many workers to stay home if they or someone in their family has symptoms Kathy White with the Colorado Fiscal Institute says the covert nineteen crisis shows. How critical paid leave is for workers the overall economy and public health? There are always going to be times when people need to take time off work for themselves to care for a loved one to deal with a serious medical illness and now we're seeing even for a public health crisis. Congress recently passed the families. First Corona Virus Response Act which includes temporary paid leave provision but it excludes between fifty and seventy five percent of private sector workers including those who work for companies with five hundred or more employees critics of paid family. Leave have argued that the costs could be too high for businesses operating on thin profit margins. I'm Eric Gladys a new fund launching to Support Immigrants Facing cove in Nineteen Massachusetts. Says they're ineligible for most state and federal assistance as undocumented for Kuban nineteen relief is trying to raise one million dollars to support undocumented people struggling with the virus or the related economic hardship in the Bay state according to Research Massachusetts has about two hundred seventy five thousand undocumented residents who don't qualify for unemployment benefits or other state and federal aid isn't he a pro Darrow of Massachusetts jobs with justice. Says the need is great. We're just trying to give a little bit of a safety net to people that don't have a safety net at all a. Lotta people are cleaning offices in coming at night and you don't see them. It's just all the invisible work. People can find more information or donate online at mass undocumented. Nd Dot Org. I'm Laura Raw sprouts Hellum reporting this is PMS. The covert nineteen viruses not only delayed the twenty twenty tax season but also put the brakes on a free tax prep assistance program for the nation's largest volunteer based service the AARP taxaid sites in Arkansas and other states are closed until further. Notice help flatten the curve of the new corona virus transmission. Arkansas tax coordinator. Debra Brown explains walls unnecessary steps to protect the health. Volunteers and clients. It's also going to affect the lines of many tax payers cost hundred plus dollars to go and get a simple tax return prepared and there's many people across the country quite frankly that can't afford that so it have a financial in all her community. Volunteers at Arkansas. Nineteen tax aid sites prepared more than eleven thousand income tax returns last year the filing deadline for twenty nine hundred nine federal returns was extended to July fifteenth. Twenty twenty and brown says tax aid will continue to assess whether some or all sites could reopen Mary Sherman reporting taxpayers. Who have questions about filing and finding assistance can look a line at the irs website irs dot gov slash free file as America's look for the latest factual information in the cove in nineteen crisis? A new study shows. It's getting harder to tell what's real what isn't on social media platforms like facebook and twitter. The report CO AUTHOR CHRISTINE. Jing says a surprising number of people in the study could not spot the lies while they said they're very good at being skeptical and spotting fake news. We found that some of them did end up falling for some of the misinformation which really goes to show that anyone can be susceptible for misinformation. Because it's just so hard to stop. She says what might avoid. Getting duped is to investigate the source because many posts from so-called trusted second cousins or old high school friends do not originate from credible do sources finally our address. Here's gives us a break from Cova. Nineteen and tells us a conservation? Groups say proposed changes to the National Environmental Policy Act or Nipah would let potentially damaging projects avoid rigorous review and also public input for more than fifty years. Niba has been the federal process. It helps protect water air and wilderness areas from environmental damage but according to Kirk Johnson who had see group Friends of allegany wilderness. The proposed changes would make Nipah and environmental review process in name. Only really all that it would be doing would be rubber-stamping in effect industry proposals for Development on Federal Public Lands Admiral Council on Environmental Quality. Says the changes would make reviews by federal agencies. More efficient effective and timely. Hoping you are keeping a safe distance. This is Mike Clifford for public news service. We are member listener supported and online at public service DOT. Org Pan and then he eats it ricky and then his official business. Thank you so much and welcome back to the show Rick tittle with you. Coast to coast and around the world on Af en and I'm a fan of our military. They're the ones that keep us safe and allow us to do this. Polity and Meredith and Whimsey that we do here but for the next hour the next two hours. I should say it'd be taking your calls on the topic of sports or sports. We make it plural America. Because we're bigger and better for my dad went to a business conference on the seventies down in Texas and he brought my brothers and I back a little present from Texas and he got my brother. My younger brother some Mexican. I forgot my older brother. My younger brother got some Mexican jumping beans and they were dead by the time we got home. Because there's a little worm inside of it and that's what makes jumping beans jump. But my dad got me. Something called the Texas fly swatter and there was this giant Fleiss. He put it in his. He must've thought all this stuff at the airport but because everything's bigger and veteran. Texas so the flies are bigger and better but I swear for the next twenty years. I had that thing and whenever there was a spider a Bug I'd get out the Texas flash slaughter and give it what to so we don't say spoiled. We say sports is everything America's bigger and better. We got time to call in at one. Eight hundred eight seven. Play the troops listening. Oh Oh eight hundred. Eight seven a play tune in APP iheartradio APP stitcher APP applebee's APPs girl. Where's twitch Let's there it is. We ain't on it. That's in San Francisco. I don't know San Francisco. Luis Tante son of how he will join us. The Great Cuban players of all time in the Red Sox Hall of fame by the way career. Three three Oh Yara. 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You know when these times you can always have a little bit of a I Dunno as you're leaving kind of a little so much as burn a bridge but just tell your former team By the way I didn't need you. You didn't need me Blah Blah Blah. You know we kind of heard it with the fact that Ob Jay saying they sent me Cleveland to not Lebron. I possibly lewd. We had Darius slay talking about. I'm so glad I'M OUT OF DETROIT. Because Matt Patricia is big booty head whenever tap situation. I'm saying child please. So can happen right. It can happen and this is without any pandemic going on so I think I don't know. Would you agree with me? That with this whole pandemic thing people are. Maybe a little bit more anxious. Maybe a little more apt to snap snap. I know it's kind of surreal. I can tell you. This is the greatest commute I've ever had in my life walking downstairs in my house and say when this whole thing is over maybe I'll keep doing it now But he's option is there but it's an interesting thing about Eric E. Bron the fine tight end. He's so fine but his career to this point has been somewhat of an enigma. He was a tenth overall. Pick in the two thousand fourteen. Nfl draft and he put up some solid but unspectacular numbers during his first four seasons in the NFL. Playing with the aforementioned Detroit. Lions and Matt Stafford Matt Stafford. Of course one of the most prolific quarterbacks or the last decade and so he had that breakout season in two eighteen. And he got pro bowl honors and he caught thirteen touchdown passes and of course going to the colts and his numbers. Regressed a little bit. Hebron will now get another fresh start in Pittsburgh. He signed a two year. Twelve million dollar deal with the steelers last week now you could say that. His diminished stats. Where because Andrew Luck retired before the start of last season but Bob Kravitz? Recently told Bob Kravitz rights for the athletic. He covers the colts and he told 93.7. The Fan in Indianapolis that the colts thought that Ibran didn't try very hard and so they went five and two and then Indianapolis last seven on their last time and they finished seven and nine so now they have Philip rivers. We'll see what happens. Which Cobra sat but Lebron's final season an indie also included controversy about the severity of that ankle injury. He had and why he didn't play the last five games. So crowded said quote. I'm sure the steelers did their due diligence. But the reason the colts let him go because they felt he quit on them this season he had. I think it was an ankle that the team wasn't even aware was an issue. And then all the sudden he said that's it. I'm shutting it down. I remember asking Chris Ballard the. Gm What are you going to do with Gabe Romm? He looked me. Straighten the eye and said Yeah. We're done with him. Were moving on so if you get him in the right frame of mind. He's very productive guy. But he's little mercurial. I guess is the word I would use. Well couple of things here on the one hand you can say that. Kravitz is giving us the stuff that we want in the media. You know. He's the guy who's having these conversations and then relaying them back to us because we don't have access to the colts. Inner Sanctum but on the other hand. This is a real shot at Hebron and I wonder if Chris Ballard's is ever going to look him in. I until this guy anything ever again unless Eric Ballard unless Chris Ballard said Yeah you can print up now. Hebron Ron didn't waste time addressing one of his critics before signing with the steelers responding to a quote from a anonymous. Nfl Scout. That said steeler fans. What you are getting is quite the complete opposite of Heath Miller. Well if you need reminding Heath Miller was an outstanding tight end for Rothlisberger and Co and he held the steelers win two super bowls last decade or I should say the early two thousands but Ibran has faced questions throughout his career that he doesn't seem like like Blocking very well and that he actually drops the football a lot but the other thing is Ibran has some highlight reel catches so it's sort of feast or famine with him you're GonNa get a guy quits on the team. And who doesn't block and who drops everything and then get some spectacular catches but regardless of what happened. Indianapolis Ibran will get a clean slate and Pittsburgh is certainly hoping that Hebron is going to help that offense. You know the steelers offense was last in inside the twenty efficiency last season or is the kids would say red zone. Now that's to be expected with Ben Rothlisberger only playing in two games but Ibran leaving Indianapolis I think brings to mind similar situation regarding another steelers free agent acquisition. It was five years ago. Very messy departure from the panthers get more into another messy departure from the patches here in a second. But the Angela Williams. He signed a two year deal with. Pittsburgh continued to be outspoken. He he felt like a glove with the steelers and made great contributions. And you know he led the League in rushing with the steelers or lead league in rushing touchdowns I should say with the steelers garner the playoffs and his early contributions help steelers win the AFC North before losing the AFC championship game. Now Cam Newton speaking of disgruntled people leaving the panthers and remember he said. You brought this upon me. I didn't want any of this. Well the panthers closed the book on Nine Years With Cam Newton yesterday when they cut him. They tried to trade him thirty years old. Banged up the last two years. Nobody wanted him now at least the price they're asking and so he went on instagram. Had pictures and video from a workout session and Newton can be seen declaring that they gave up on me now as the whole thing about stop with the word play. You forced me into this. So the panthers of course You'd say well didn't waste any time with the Charlie I'll get to you in the next segment. If you WANNA hold on. I WanNa make sure you get time. I'm going to close to a break here. But I see their teddy bridgewater. He's in and since then they've dealt Kyle Allen to the redskins so both are quarterbacks are gone in bridgewater is getting sixty three million dollars to join the Matt Rule Charlotte Revolution. Right now but this guy was an MVP. I remember superbowl fifty. I was there and I was in the press overflow in the end zone sitting between Sal Paolantonio and Trey Wingo the press overflow area. Still thank you for the free ticket and that was one time when I got. I can't remember too many police escorts but we got in a bus of the Mosconi Center and we got a police escort with sirens and lights all the way down the Santa Clara six hours before the super bowl and I thought if any group of people did not need a police escort in history it would have been us but it was cold out bus driving through all the armored personnel carriers and virtual army there but I digress Cam. Newton was the MVP they had the highest flying offense but as four years ago. Now so let's see what happens with a man Kam. Yeah he's probably the happiest Guy Right now. All Right Charlie hang gets you Lines available if an abuse wants to get in there one. Eight hundred eight seven play. I'm rick little come on. We are the debt destroyer network eighty. You have credit card tends student loan debt call now for free information that helps you destroy your dead. 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There was one nope Rick tittle always goes commando. I go commando girl. Don't don't do coming up next saving Louis Theon L. Who got on? Snl Day Koumba. I say who could order. Soliloquy football pedal I knew this and keep all baseball are used to do the as pre and post game and Bartolo Cologne would pitch and and I'd say Oh grandad talk alone. This guy said when you say Bartolo colon like that. It's racist normally. I would stop but I can't help myself so I kept saying Barak alone and then I'd say Marcus. Semion market semi the as themselves contacted me and said his name is pronounced Simeon. And I'm like do you really think it's spelled with an e? But do you really think I'm GonNa call that Guy Simeon. That word means. I'm not saying that word so I'M GONNA keep saying semi-in and I don't work there anymore. All Right Steve. Martin is that others joke. He said You know what I do when I go party. Is I arrive late. So everybody's there I walk in and I throw all the food on the floor. I did this at the last party. I was at six years ago. The NFL draft when it begins in mental. Be Behind closed doors. There are some guys who of course will be risers and they'll be followers and busts and bargains of. I'm still waiting for this and I because this is what is said about every single pick in history outside of the first overall pick. I want the Bengals to say. I can't believe Joe Borough was there when we were drafting. I can't believe he fell to us at one just for my sake. Will you do that? Because in the history of the draft from two down this guy to show can't believe he's there what value at two overall but there are also some guys who have the buyer beware or as they say in Rome. Caveat 'em tour and also dairy as far cherry to those do see nature without lacks dominic oh frisco whereas dominic quasi I giggle Derrick Brown defensive Lineman auber round has looked like an NFL player. Ever since he got to Auburn and if he declared early he would have been a second round pick at least last year but he came back for his senior year and some people would say best defensive tackle on college football most reliable run-defender giant tackling radios the strength and awareness shedding blockers. Footwork finding the football anti quarters. You if you run out him you will lose. But apparently he's taken zero steps forward as a pass rusher. Now the question is. Do you need your defensive tackle tickets sacks my answer is that's like a little bonus catcher hits to eighty like wow are catcher can hit and that's another thing if catchers Wanna stay at catcher. Sometimes they don't hit unless Buster Posey. Can you move to? I know I won't do it. Okay you sure. Yeah so look. Brown will bullrushes way into the backfield a lot. But I don't think this guy needs to get into the weight room at all he looks. Nfl strong right now. But they're just said also that the thing on Brown is that he stunk at the combine. Oh no he stunk. At the combine plus people throw on every play. They do. I think they throw on sixty percent of the players. The more than sixty Brown's GonNa have valley so this thing about he doesn't pass rush any other bad combine. Who CARES IF HE'S A defensive end? I care if he's outside linebacker I care. I don't really care. Kenneth Murray the Linebacker at Oklahoma and this guy has top fifteen calibre athleticism. Six two to forty runs a four five. He's an absolute stud He played limited as a freshman. Still put up. Sixty eight tackles as a sophomore. A hundred and fifty five tackles now. If you're playing Mike linebacker you can lay down and get five tackles a game on the statute but last two years. Twenty two and a half tackles for loss for the sooners and remembered the centers supposedly not having a very defense saw about Lincoln. Riley and his heisman winner tranferred transfer quarterbacks before they get out the old wagon there with old boomer sooner sooner now Murray would be viewed highly more highly. If it wasn't fries Ahah Simmons but in today's NFL linebackers to cover. Apparently no-one Som- cover at Oklahoma. Like ever and that. Second or third round linebackers apparently have much better skill sets at this now. He has six six pass. Breakups no picks and my panic. That Mike Linebacker doesn't have any pigs not at all but apparently because of the way that the defenses were drawn up he was never told to turn and sank into coverage he was never told to get into the flat. Look you telling me that. He never defended the hook. There's no way that he stood still rush on every play and so people said buyer. Beware on Murray in the first round. Who if you want to accentuate his talents? Which are LETTUCES BLITZING? Quarterbacks spying masking some coverage as well look at Baltimore. Baltimore sent five guys on more than a quarter of all their players. That would be a guy there. The steelers in bucks were also huge into five-man rushing blitzing. Another one which I think is interesting as they say buyer. Beware at least as Lock and Florida's Justin Jefferson the wider from Lsu who? I've seen the raiders mocked nineteen and. This is a guy of course who exploded onto the scene. Do we get Charlie back. Sorry are you there. He's not there right. If we get Charlie back let me know But like a lot of lsu players and you look at the numbers one thousand five hundred forty yards eighteen touchdowns but apparently he's quintessential about the fact that well that's all they did. That's all they did. That's all I did was throw. He had Joe Borough Charlie and New York. What's up homes? Hey Rick how are you buddy? All right we got a couple of here. What's up man just Shut practicing sheltering trying to China can keep my As as I tell my wife and kids. I've been practicing social distancing my whole life. Something's easy it's The groceries and the food shopping part and lack of supplies is starting to waiting online to trader. Joe's things like that. You kind of Weird and You know that's that's a strange situation. But you know I'm sure very much like any other city like San Francisco. Everything else that you really quiet streets empty you know just square times but our fearless leader expects everything that'd be back up and running by Easter. So I I will. Even though I haven't gone the Church and about thirty years I I will go to see those stretches a full Anyway is I. I wanted to talk a little about Cam. Newton did she is out there floating around and I know I called before and we talked about him. Maybe with the raiders My first question is if you had a choice to start a franchise. Would you pick car or CAM at at this point in their career? Yeah right now. It's Great Okay. Right now If I'm starting a team I would probably like if I'm an expansion team. I think I would probably go with Cam. Newton but the the raiders have their plan and their plan is car and Mariota. And I think and it's not fair to compare him Newton with Antonio Brown because he's not nuts but I think after may might may acts a little bit. Shell shocked on me I guys. I don't think he wants any part of anyone. That even has a sniff of me. I know and I agree. And that's ultimately I if he had to be traded for was reluctant to but I I I. It's just with cards then. They're seeing that and I don't know you know and like I that's B- We've talked it ad. Nauseam at specific play last year. It sort of just turn like I flip the switch on car That fourth down play and Cam he did go to a super bowl. I don't know I forget my memory. Solo fog if the MVP that season when they went fifty one but the he was he. He he He he's Yeah I I don't know I I. I just don't know why because if he was released that changed my mind on him. I know I agree. I think they have a plan. Said I think Corneau's with system is a comfort level but it's I I would be I would i. I have to say it would not be upset or disappointed if suddenly I saw. The raiders signed Cam and will they would do. I gotTA run. You break your child but they have to then Mariota I mean. Do you pay guy that our trade derek cut their car on a now. Who you're right Charlie. Be Man I'll talk to you tomorrow. That'S CHARLIE COMING UP NEXT. Lewis a little story about boost mobile Davis. I am feeling pain. What your dog. Die Your girlfriend left. You know the pain I'm feeling is having an old smartphone that's why I switched to boost mobile and got four free phones for twenty five dollars per line. Will I didn't without Booze Mobile? I got an old phone in my life say I feel so alone? Switching the busse getting four phones for Free Samsung Galaxy for my whole family. 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First as a kid my age in the seventies and plan little league we all did the thing where we would do your wind up look towards second base and come around and no coach would ever let us do that. You are able to get away with it because you are really good. Did your coaches try to tell you not to do that when you were when you were pitching no no no matter you know so saying I did. It was my idea. You know everything you can make changes the loan their workplace then work. They can tell you anything about baseball. Pk get somebody out then. Don't WanNa tell us detention that be crazy but I heard that probably I know what I WANNA do. You know. That'd be the first thing I did and being in Boston. In nineteen seventy so a new LAW AGAINST CLEVELAND IN RESTRAINING SAVING EATING I turn around. I think I look in Santa Fe. Good new scion. You know wasn't your home players rolling away. The ball wasn't a member of the brain to praise. What is that? I don't I don't know he's a new pitch. Are you kidding me on the air? That's a new pitch. You know and then I would get out but is in poor as what I've gone through a moist dry. You know feel more comfortable. And now we're hunting and seventy two after that when you say to work for me off a former. Sorry the forward to your book is written by Carl. Your scrimp ski your teammate. And it just when I hear that name and think of you and your time in in Boston those great teams you had in the seventies but of course that was in the middle of the curse of the Bambino. Does it seem weird now that the red sox have won you know three world series. What was that like with you know living during that time when when Boston was in the curse of the Bambino I believe in those things because I wanted to baseball. I get paid to play baseball and no one my life and you know the common common for my phone coming here. I WANNA do baseball. I never worrying about thinking about I guess. WanNa do one and play and I WANNA beaching bigly. GotTa Gimme output to take you believe in people they put in play. You have a different mentality and we'll different But I know sometimes you know when a wing INSERT INSIDE SYRIA. Maybe because right now you know who they believe the different because in because of the way the people talking about all those years. They're going to sell them to New York. I don't know I. I think you pretty great every single. You wait you're going to win. You know that's simple way to put it somewhere. You want to worry about those things you know. They're GONNA win anything. We're GonNa win it by what happened lead. And now you know in the in the seventy eighties and the united then eighty six three loose gang and then we come back in two thousand four two dozen point seven being being they wing floor. You know I don't think where we we know what was it. Like pitching at Fenway. Somebody pitchers Pesky Paula. It looks like it's one hundred feet down the right field line and then canaccord fly balls to laugh they bounce off the monster for a double and yet you were able to thrive there. Why is it that Fenway Park was not an issue for you? You know what I learned. Same with Pi into reaching I. I know because you weren't wearing coming to pray to Boston. Really team was clearly showed. You know things have playful. I know I know peach peeking out. I don't WanNA picture man. I'm boys you know. We don't cancer by thinking that way. I think you know the guy the other peachy wanted to change it. The holidays send paroling. I have the the stadium making can you got. Let's say you make me better chance you bet. I do peach. Cnn To me no no difficult to preach in their peaches someplace. They brought him with that. You know you know what I did was I throw. I used to draw kids that impressive facebook recording your toilet bowl in there. That could change you. Know pooling peaking inside the put the ball maybe five hundred twenty five book coming white only pitching that one keeping the bud down and now west. You're sexual with that. But I think the thing embarked on is you have to have a control. Say you don't have a dozen control. You're going to have problems because then you a mistake you know. Spend a chance. That's been going every piketty book again. A more Kensington again. Nobody out when you're making state you know I learned. I think we'll we'll kind of learning we. Are you using your brains? You'll have to own how you can get the guys out and you learn those things. Are you making leader issues for you? Know I wanNA say you know. He's okay nine by no later forty. He'll go I do that is do you have to make pitching situational in the game. Who hitting you know. And then no no insecure. Speaking alcyone himself Louis theon talking about his book son of Havana Baseball Journey from Cuba to the big leagues and back. You were so reliable. And it's a different era but the complete games one hundred eighty seven complete games and then the shutouts he led the American league in shutouts for three years and now baseball is so different. We're going to have a new rule coming end a relief pitcher unless anything has to pitch to at least three guys. What do you think about? What do you think about that? I duNno it equation. You know. That's where we used to do. The only guy they saving two hundred game down to over drill two hundred again they they used to be in. Ford any to to saving a game three inning and no other member dig rather you know you can do that. I mean not. That guy is used to do you. Do you know it. I don't think he's different and broiling use it. They don't let you guys do that. That's Providence. I don't know who for my with idea. You impeach away one by you gotTa Shave. You know I think that crash but you have to pitching I think tomase and now we're going to probably because what I say what I see. Sometimes they can come in and get one that. So how are you gonNA get three hour? You see that's GonNa be two minute test about a new school and you're GonNa be problem with that but you know they. They changed the game. They want to change the game. They do different saying what we do and You kinda asking any of the praised I mean they know maybe older me they tell you the same thing they know in the same way they play now they get to bring different when it seems him. I don't know would those idea but they changed the game last night for. Yeah One last question for you when I think about your native Kublai and the time the time you laughed when Castro is there and I know Barack Obama tried to open things up again. How you doing right now especially with the pandemic and everything else. I don't know I heard one people died not too long ago maybe ten days ago only one guy right now so far. I don't know really too much too. Many communication you know man. I don't have too many. I don't have a my my family mostly by the die. Only cousin Moser thing. I don't know that 'cause it's forty six here. I know. Come to my country. You know the people die exactly that if people want to. They said when I go and I'd be seven that coming to my to my house and they asked me than say they're my cousin. I don't know I never seen before. You know another thing but I don't know how I don't know what's GonNa be. I don't know I say crazy. Same thing in Venezuela on you know. I don't get it I don't i. Were no clue. Why hopping why'd they lady happy? I don't know 'cause we'll suffering I mean ain't no matter you wondered there and they wanted a year. That's a question you know before the dies coming with me. The Guy with rain on played baseball good cause could to gary and they come in here. You know mom and dad died. They gave you know. That's sad. You guys finally you know we we go through rally not a bad time and then another one of these guys died name and that's the one thing that has gone every name piece they mentioned amendment. I mean you've been to whatever you want and then you know they give me. They gave me that opportunity coming seventy five but I never did. I no longer. Yeah now I WANNA run a man. We right at time but I want to recommend everybody pick up the book son of Havana a baseball journey from Cuba to the big leagues and back written by our Gasping Great Louis. Theon with salt and forward by himself. Louis thank you so much for your time. Congratulations on another book. And hopefully we'll catch up down the road talk a little baseball. You'd think. Hopefully everything will outbreak of you and your family. Okay all right you too. Thank you so much. 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Today would have been opening day and that Baseball is putting out on all their networks and twitter feeds and facebook feeds a game of famous game in which every team had a nice victory. But we did hear the commissioner speak yesterday and and one of the things he said was it would be nice to get this going in June. We don't know it changes every day. But you're poignant cover of field and just a baseball lion there right now. We all miss it but I think for people like you must be. You must be going crazy. What were you guys at right now with all this? Yeah well thanks for having me on Rick it's It's a real sobering time for all of America all the world really and and we've never seen anything like this pandemic and hopefully will never seen anything like it again It affects us. All and sports is a central part of our society as we all know. And we've never had a time where there were no sports. I mean people jokingly say after the Super Bowl you know what are they gonNA do without football For several several months. And now now we don't have any games and The great thing about baseball is I coach two of my sons literally teams. And you know from the time most of us were little whether we stuck with t-ball Or not and you know went through little league and Babe Ruth or beyond is I it's part of the fabric of America it's Americana and To drive down the street and see fields blocked off and not have opening day today not the NCAA. Basketball Tournament it's You know really hits you in the face that what we're facing here and Hopefully we can all do our part and stay inside and and and stop the spread of this horrific virus So we can get out and live our lives and sports are a big part of our lives you know as a Lifelong Oakland A.'s. Fan I I feel a little bit it key. When with the Mike Fire situation because yes? He blew the whistle but on the other hand. You know you're not supposed to talk. You know the road rules and all that and I've asked a lot of people about it but just for you Bj where do you sit in? The Wild Pendulum swinging between Mike fires as a hero and needs a statue built for him to. He's a dirty lying snitch. Where do you sit and all that I get it? I understand it. I understand the code and I understand the need to close ranks. I think this reached the boiling point. Much like steroids And a Lotta people forget that can Kennedy When he was with the Astros and At the end of his career blew his Blew the lid off this thing to my former colleague. Tom Verduci At sports illustrated and that led to great change and There's not this that there was not that bitter all Directed Campaign Eighty He was a user. He benefited greatly from this. And so There's gamesmanship in cheating. And what the Astros date and subsequently the Red Sox and I grew up in Boston. I'm a huge red sox fan but what they did With Alex Cora they cheated and they cheated in the way That went way beyond What was gamesmanship so Look they were gonNA get caught at some point whether somebody blew the whistle as an investigative journalist with blowers Have You know have have been a part of the fabric of you. Know American history and I if it wasn't him it was going to happen somewhere else. And so I blame the Astros. I don't blame him. Yeah and of course. I ended up being a real tragic story with him. What do you think what do you think about the draft PJ? Because I know there's been all sorts of these seniors in high school. Didn't get their last season. These juniors in college and get them. There is info out there. But I just can't see them ruining two drafts. I mean do we do. Maybe ten rounds twenty rounds and then add rounds next year. What do you think's going to happen with the June draft? I think there's going to be addressed at some point this year whether Hsun tenth through Twelfth remains to be seen. I think as you pointed out for the High School Seniors for college players and junior college players that were up and coming in and have the potential to significantly move up draft boards It really hurts guys in rounds to win ten through twenty five because that's the You know type of information that a lot of scouts are looking at the first ten rounds. Twelve rounds People know people generally know Whether it's worth the investment whether they're in high school Or they're in college. I think college athletes are a little better suited. Because if you're in college you're you're there for three years of high school seventeen or eighteen year old Is Getting bigger and stronger? And it's GonNa make a bigger jump I think what I'm hearing now is. There's a push push the draft back and if we can have some combine type events whether they're smaller events that are regional. I think they're trying to figure out that. I think there will be a draft at some point But I cannot see them trying to cram too drafts and one in two thousand twenty one. Yeah I agree with you. Come are questions for. Bj SCHECKTER baseball. America Rob Manfred said that the basically the jury is in on the Red Sox but he needs to take a look at it. I think most of us would assume that they would have to be punished the same way that the the astros were punished. Or are they gonNA get special treatment or is it going to be more harsh? What do you think's going to happen? I think it's probably going to be very similar to To to what happened with the Astros I would hate to see a situation which Roger Goodell us with another New England Boston team and and the Patriots And he hammered with the flight gate Which was much much much less severe than SPY GATE. And he ended up letting him off easy. So that was kind of payback I think it would be very very difficult. To give the red sox much harsher punishment than the Astros where originated It could be tied up in in courts and arbitration and all that sort of stuff so I would look for a five million dollar. Fine and loss of draft picks. Much like Much like the Astros got hit. Baseball was already going to have so many changes. The twenty six man roster to September call ups A three batter minimum to to relievers. Who Don't finish inning. Maybe robot dumps on the horizon. What do you think about all? These changes is a something natural and baseball or do you think it's too much too soon. I think it is a little bit too much when you when you talk about you know some of some of the roster changes and some rule changes. I get it the the one thing that that bothers me. I think it bothers a lot of players is is robo sin and and literally having an behind the plate with an earpiece Waiting for somebody upstairs to tell them what the call is and You know we saw it It we saw the the Atlantic League Last spring we saw it in the Arizona. Fall League Last fall and and people really really hated it. So I know there's a push to Kinda use technology to improve the way that it balls and strikes were called but that's the beauty of The beauty of sports there's human error involved in You know I get replay and I get getting you know significant calls right but balls and spread balls and strikes. The strike zone is part of baseball. And you kind of take that away and you make that automated. You're losing a lot. It's a it's a two parter but you think about service time and the grievance that Chris Chris Bryan filed as he was manipulated. And I don't blame the cubs were doing. They were following the rules and he missed it service by one day but then you hear about maybe baseball comes back. That they'll play seven inning doubleheaders. So we have to figure out what service time is going to be used and do they prorate it. What do you think about service time for this year and also the idea of seven inning game? That's official Major League Baseball. Seventy Games I think I would much rather see them play. Eighty five game season Abbreviated season than going double headers and seven inning games. I think you know you're losing a lot. These are these are strange times. And you'RE NOT GONNA get one hundred sixty two games and a full playoff season and even if you extend it into December In terms of service time this is. This is a real conundrum and this is something that you know. Manford and the players association or Are Discussing now. I don't have You know a great solution. But I think both sides need to just be fair and fair to the players and and fair to the teams and whether it's You know extra compensation for the for the teams You know a little more leeway for the players like I work something out This is it's been I it's been a sore spot in baseball. Just because as you mentioned with the cubs and other teams people try to get around it Delay calling up players. It's even an issue with the draft A lot of owners pushing not to have a draft this year because the clock is service. Time clocks on early round. Picks Are Not Gonna. Start until much later. So we gotta be We gotta be fair. We gotta be reasonable And I think if nothing else With this pandemic Has Done with the PAS of regular life and sports as a part of that is You know shown H- how important the game is To everybody so I think I think they'll do the right thing. Whatever that may be great stuff as always from BJ's Scheckter? Make sure to check out baseball America and softball America. 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The indy five hundred has not been run a memorial day weekend since nineteen forty six. This is a race that began in one thousand. Nine hundred eleven did not run in seventeen and eighteen. Because that's when the American Expeditionary Force whenever to over there over there and of course forty one to fifty one. We were fighting the empire of Japan and Hitler's German Third Reich. So the indy. Five hundred by the way came back after World War Two and has been going since as I said. Nineteen forty-six every year since then now you can say I remember one time. When they got rained out well they still had. It got rained out so they had to do it the next day or or whatever but it was an inevitable decision. It still had to be difficult for Roger Penske. Because he completed his purchase of the Indianapolis Motor speedway and he bought indycar January he has pumped millions of dollars into capital improvements and trying to get this historic venue underway and he was really looking forward to May fifteenth. That's the start of the indy-car season but you had to suspend the season Forty eight hours before the scheduled opener because we heard about CDC. Who saying that. This is not just an epidemic and pandemic those four races that got scrapped. Those are some street courses and Saint Petersburg also in Long Beach and Those will not be rescheduled but So now We'll see what happens. We can at least get it done in August anything. August that sucks. I hope we don't get to the point where relied. I wish we could do in August. That would be that would be bad. I also said Talk Joe. Montana has chimed in on the whole. Tom Brady thing and it's funny. When I got to interview Joe Montana. This was fifteen years ago or more before I had twitter because people said if you had twitter. You could've told US I've only had twitter for ten years because when I joined ninety five seven they made me get it but if you the twitter we would've known joe was on your show. I asked him almost the entire show. Just about Saturday night live and hosting with the lake. Great Walter Payton the one football question. I did ask him. I asked him about Tom Brady if he was the real deal. Or not and Joe Thought he was but today he chimed in to USA. Today and he said about Tom. Brady leaving the patriots quote. I don't know what's going on inside there but somebody made a mistake. I think when you look at the whole situation you try to figure out how you want to get away from things that are there. I had a different story where they had made a decision. He obviously they never would have gotten rid of him right. I still understand how New England let him get away. I don't understand that quote now. Montana is a guy who was ousted from San Francisco. He had had a really bad back injury and then he had an elbow injury and Steve. Young took over the reins and Steve. Young was the NFL MVP in one thousand. Nine hundred eighty two and San Francisco tried to make Montana the starter again But they weren't really doing it. They call them the designated starter. Something that's never been said and supports me more. And then he would like permission for trade and the niners committed to young as the starter. Why wouldn't you easy? Nfl MVP and then there were rumors that they were actually dangling. Young in trade talks because they just couldn't envision losing Joe Montana but the niners are barking mad stupid. You keep the younger. Nfl MVP pay so the niners decided to allow Montana to Move on And young apparently also said If I'm not the starter then I have to be traded because this is just stupid so the niners okay. We got two guys demanding to start. Or they're gonNA trade good for a while there but one of them had to go and so in the end Montana to Kansas City in a very ugly divorce the niners and on ten basically made up. I Guess Ron Bar sat in the studio with a couple of weeks ago and I was asking him about that but brady situation is a little different and Montana says that. He thinks he knows what Brady wanted from the Patriots quote. He wants control. I mean he wants a lot of control. I don't know what Tampa Bay gave him. But at some point in time you're just a player you can try to get what you can and do what you want. But in the end you're still not in the hierarchy when it comes to hiring people firing people and all that so yeah the bucks. They have some weapons of our Chris. Godwin Mike Evans Ronald Jones Cameron Braid. Montana. Said more offense. Weapons doesn't mean better offense. He said what he wants is a bit more weapons. More weapons doesn't mean. You're always going to continue to win. There were times. We a lot of weapons later in my career but we had up and down years Steve Head up and down years with the same group. That's not always the case that it happens with those guys have put up some big numbers but in a different style of offense. It'll be interesting to see what they mix in what they did. In New England with what they're going to do and continue to use and had success with in Tampa Bay and quote so Montana did defend Brady regarding his new team and he thinks that it will really rejuvenate his career. Remember when Montana went to the chiefs he took number nineteen and He took The in his two seasons there he did take the chiefs to the final four the AFC championship game. Montana did add that he was kind of hoping Brady would be a one team guy. That's that's really hard in today's NFL. Even guys iconic is Tom Brady. Lines are open. We love to hear from you. Take a quick break back on the other side one. Eight hundred eight seven eight. Tommy have no privacy. 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Experts are here twenty four seven to help eight hundred seven five four four five three one eight hundred seven five four four five three one hundred seven five four four five three one. That's eight hundred. Seven five four forty five thirty one. Business heals all wounds looking relationship with Germany or Japan. Who can even remember when I was about town a Rick tittle? U-turn broke my heart but I still take you back. You Hella Fine Right. I heard that before. Thank you very much one. Eight hundred eight seven eight play. Let's go out to the phone lines with Anthony who is in Florida? How you doing anthony? How you doing? Rick How are you today? I'm doing all right. What's going on man? I have a question actually when you look at the quarterbacks that the dolphins are looking at the drop this year who fits the best in tank offense too long just in just two times of our Justice Herbert Or skill set wise. I I really couldn't tell you what Chan Gailey is going to run down there. I mean to traditionally if you think about a big strapping drop back quarterback you go with Justin Herbert but everything. I've seen have the dolphins taken to at five. If he is there I do not think Jordan love is GonNa go that high. I think I think to has probably the guy. You're the dolphins fan. Who would you rather have honestly to? It worries me with his injury history because of the because because you with that hip injury. It's a Bo Jackson type of injury. So you don't know when that's going to happen again and so I'd rather either have Justin Herbert doesn't herbs specifically but Jordan to me is not I on quarterback I know people think with his his His potential he's now I got and quarterback he's development developmental quarterback and stuff like that. So when I look at him wait till the second round to draft and stuff like that but the thing he he he will not and you might be right. But he's not gonNA make out of the top fifteen. He's just not the fact that he might be mahomes like no one is going to pass on him. He's not getting out of the first half of the first round. And what's your prediction? What's GonNa since we can't do the draft in Vegas? What's going to happen has has the NFL announced yet. What they're going to draft since they can't show it on TV and so the drought the drought that the draft still be on TV. It's just not gonNA be in front of a live audience and it's not going to be in Vegas. I don't know exactly where it's going to be out assume someone to do with the NFL headquarters in New York. And you'll have little webcams all over and you'll still have reporters giving interviews and you'll have you know a Cameron Joe burroughs house and in Chase Young's House Jessica to all those guys. We'll have little webcams in their house. So they'll still be the draft on TV. It's just not going to be the big show like we had a national on that compute that that ruins the draft for me. If you can't physically shows the finish Mickey reacting in the at in Vegas and stuff like that. It defeats the purpose. Why go just lie? Not just doing over the phone like they used to doing the eighty and stuff like that. Yeah they used to do like that when I was in school. There's no doubt and I think what we got used to until they had the draft in Chicago and Nashville and I guess they're gonNA have it in Denver and and Vegas this year is I was always. It was either Radio City Music Hall or the fell form in New York. And you had these jets fans who would either boo or cheer the Pick Nashville. You've got a more of a smattering of all the teams. The only thing that I'll miss I won't ruined draft for me. I'll still love the draft but I will miss the guy going up there shaking hands of the commission. Of course Roger Goodell's a hugger the Guy. Holding UP THE JERSEY. That's what we're not going to have. Yeah that's what I mean. I miss but I understand other doing that. But if they go over the phone it's Dalby bring back the styles for things like you who grew up in that type when they did the draft like that. Well what about I mean? Miami has three first round picks. What are you thinking when we get down to eighteen and twenty twenty six eighteen and twenty six? Yeah I to those who picks I wanNA draft Andrew Thomas and Josh Jones. So because honestly we need offensive line help. I know we find people If they're gone out to Mckinney and dump it to. Satan's right have a good. Hey thanks for the call. Yeah and listen Josh Jones is a guy that I would definitely think about. Drought them as well Josh Jones is a strapping offensive. Tackle from the Houston cougars program. One eight hundred eight seven a play. You know I was talking about earlier. A couple hours ago about Jason Lockenfora putting on article about a caveat. I'm tour there's two guys I wanNA talk about. That have gotten a lot of attention and he says you gotTa Watch out started mentioned. Justin Jefferson which I have seen the raiders At nineteen because he'll be there outstanding Wide Receiver at Lsu. And when you look at the numbers they destroy every other wide receiver. One thousand five hundred forty yards receiving eighteen touchdown receptions but locking forces at Jefferson is the quintessential example of why market share is better than major production. Had All it is evening. Well he said that he accounted for one quarter of the Tigers passing offense and he said number one wide receiver should have thirty percent threshold. All due respect to Jason. I've interviewed over the years. He's a great football writer. I'm not going to be concerned that this guy only was part. Twenty five percent of an offense and not thirty who gives a darn who who and yes. He shared a wide our room with the Freddie winecoff award winner. Jim Are Chase and so has to be considered but you think well how did Jefferson get those fifteen hundred yards well if you watch film on him? There's an insane amount of his yardage coming on deep uncovered over the top routes against DB's who get burned and go look at that. I'm like yeah look at that. He's running right past guys. Safeties safeties playing too deep three D. This isn't some sort of single high red dog. Now you say well. Who were they playing well? Lsu Didn't have too many soft touches on Buddy Ryan said. All Chris Carter does catch touchdown passes. Why like Aaron Judge? He doesn't hit home runs. I'll take him so if you think about the offensive coordinator that Joe Brady the Immaculate Season from Joe Borough you'd say well I mean if you I mean pro. Football Focus said that he converted twelve out of Thirteen. Contested catch opportunities. That's a ninety two point. Three percent rate that's outstanding contested catch and he caught more than nine out of ten. He's six foot one two. Oh Two runs a four four three got some wiggle at the line but to say that he Buyer beware You know it's one thing if you say moving up to take Dante Pettis buyer. Beware like well. We'll see he was good at Washington. I don't I don't see it for Jefferson. I really don't I mean if if he was some sort of camp fiend you know some sort of Kevin White situation like we had a West Virginia Hemmer Amari Cooper income on the other one he mentions and some people think will be the first running back off the off. The board is Andrea Swift from Georgia. And when he was a high school senior he was the number for running back in the entire country and he went to Georgia and as a freshman. He ran for over seven and a half yards per carry. And if you think about it he was running behind Nick Chub and Sony Michelle both NFL starters. What Cleveland and New England so then swift became the feature back and he went down to six yards per carry. Are you okay with six yards per carry? I am. He's only five foot eight. He's about two hundred and twelve pounds so he's a little fire hydrant but he ran a four four eight so everything kind of checks out right well. Lockenfora has a problem because the affirmation Andrew Thomas who anthony this mention. That was his left tackle. He'll be a first round. Pick the right tackle. Isaiah Wilson is going to be a second round. Pick the left guard. Solomon Kinley will go somewhere in the draft and all three of them were opening up holes massive holes in the SEC and that was a major luxury for swift is what he's saying and that he's not elusive and he's a high end contact guy. He does not ward off tacklers. This is where I have problems with the scouts. First of all. It's not an easy thing to open up a whole Nessie see for running back if you are going through a whole. How are you going through a whole stiff arming people? You probably have a whole and you don't need to do that if you want to go to. The tale of the tape and metrics pro football focus draft guide swift forced forty four. Zero forty missed tackles last year. Where does that rank that ranks the same in the nation fortieth? You only had eighteen carries of more than fifteen yards. That's in the top twenty but it's nineteen so they're saying yeah he runs a four four eight but that's not going to be a four four eight on the field plus the fact that he was more devastating in two thousand eighteen than he was. Twenty one thousand nine hundred and I said he's not going to live up to the hype of being a first round. Pick I really like DJ swift. And I remember when we were doing on Mondays During College Football Season. I have super sixteen pollsters on and I wish I could remember the name of the guy. wasn't hub arche but it was. Mr Georgia football and at that time. Dj Swift was out and I was asking about DJ swift and he just was a fugitive in his praise of deandre are say DJ swifty Andrea Swift. He was if these have in his praise. This is a guy you'd say. Well can you catch a pass? It was an Athens for three years. He costs seventy three passes. So I guess the knock on Him. Is You have to have a great offensive line for him to be effective. How many running backs in NFL history have been affected without a great offensive line? I mean Walter Payton Jim Brown. You can count them on one hand if you don't have a lion you're not gonNA do anything so. I understand taking the fine rule over them. But this is what happens when you have. Months and months and months of scrutiny. You like you fall in love with guys and you go all right. What's wrong with them? You know this guy seems perfect. What's wrong oh he only got through that whole because the tackle and guard opened up the whole forum Yeah that's how it works. I'm Rick Tuttle. Still Time to get in one. Eight hundred eight seven eight play. Come on back. Here's a great way to save money on your prescription medications. 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He was stripped of his championship and had eighteen months of supervised probation. He has failed multiple drug tests with you have see as well battery charge where a cocktail waitress accused him of slapping her in the genital region pulling her down onto his lap and kissing her neck. he got a ninety days. Suspended sentence for that. It's funny because he tweeted out a couple of days ago. First Time in history we can save the human race by laying in front of the TV and doing nothing. Let's not screw this up. That's true John Jones. Let's not by the way I this thing reminds me of that Ted Kaczynski documentary where they put them in the Florence supermax prison. Where you get your twenty three hours a day by herself and the warden there said. Ted Kaczynski model inmate. He's made for this place because he doesn't want contact with other people in fact he kinda likes it here. So maybe we need to not saying by the unabomber but Maybe like your solitude if you can. 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He denied knowing anything about the gunshots that they said they noticed. Signs Jones was intoxicated. He did poorly on a field sobriety test and a Breathalyzer test showed you tested twice. The legal limit upon a search of the Cari Black Handgun was found under the driver's seat and a half empty bottle of miskel was behind the passenger seat Jones. Second Dui charge dating back to May twenty twelve thirty two year old has been in and out of trouble with the law through the years spent by the UFC. Three times twenty. Fifteen twice for you Sada violations. I guess the question is can they check out the gun and find out if there's like powder on it or whatever I mean you know what I'm saying? How do we know what? How do we not know whether he fired the gun or not? I don't know yet. I don't know how ballistics testing works or the other wrong place. Wrong time for this guy and wrong behavior. It always is albuquerque. Is Not where he should probably even though he likes it there. He seems to get in a lot of trouble there. And Look I know Rashad Evans tried to tell us long ago about John Jones and he is what he is he feels. Though he is untouchable he is aloof. He comes from a family of athletes who were probably treated a little bit differently than the average person going to school was and the average person coming up and he has been treated very differently by the U. OF C. And I'm not sure if this is really helpful for him or healthy for him and there's a human side of this there is for everything it is easy to roll your eyes and Laugh John Jones. But it's also one of those things that we've seen. In fighting a ZILLION TIMES. Over whether VM or whether it be boxing or really athletics just life in general a lot of times these stories. No matter how annoying they are and how it knowing. The people are Don't usually end well in and can often be really bad. So hopefully that's not the case here but professionally from fight point of view. What can say and what does it really matter no matter what happens when his out of ring life does it really matter when it comes to his fighting career because it seems like he's untouchable in the octagon far more than he is outside of it. All right so we got a whole bunch of text messages here. About A W and exte-. I'm sorry this person says I felt the awol constantly cheering and screaming in that. Little box on the screen was annoying. They should have just said in the empty crowds sections six Six feet apart from each other. Well I didn't ask about yesterday but I know a week ago. A T and t told them no more than fifty people on the open set and it appears from watching the show yesterday that the number was changed to ten. This was what trump was requesting ten. No more than ten people in a in a group setting or whatever so I guess they just felt or they were not allowed to put anybody in the crowd last night because he had to have wrestlers referees announcers timekeeper ring announcer camera men or women and so there was just no extra space for people out there so the idea was well we'll do an inset and we'll put less than ten people in a room backstage and we'll have them cheer and etcetera led some ambience. I thought it failed. I think that you know this is not their if they're given the decree that you can't have more than ten. But I mean to me if we're working on physical distancing here I guess that's a new term instead of social distancing have if you put wrestlers in the crowd and you keep everybody ten feet apart from each other. Forget six feet you can still have five baby faces on one side five heels on the other side ten feet apart from each other and chairs and to me. I'm not A. I'm not a doctor here. But I that to me sounds like it would be a lot safer than shoving eight people into a tiny room together backstage. Which is what they did and it would also been better ambience. But as I noted they didn't have that option but I think that that would have been better. But what can you do about it? They didn't have the option to do that. They did best they can they. They they could. And if it's an you know who knows what the decrease from and y you know. It's probably to recoup money or something like that. They can say they played by the rules and they did everything that they could. That's why they couldn't have more than ten people out there. But I actually liked the idea. I don't know if it worked in execution. Obviously to you. It didn't do a lot of people that didn't I didn't think it was that bad. And I thought if that was your only resort at least it did provide some background noise that did provide some ambience dip provide something secondary going on with them. Even though it's really kind of gotten kind of Corny but I thought it was at least a good attempt even though I guess I'm in the minority that I would be fine with seeing it done again. Maybe again a little bit more refined and maybe have heads in the corner like watch alongs on. Espn where they have a bowl game and they use ESPN news to have different people talking about ww. Does I guess too with Pat McAfee with a lot of people watching Cape reviews. You Know I. I don't know how you you can do this. But I think there's ways you can try to and there's ways you're going to have to try to add some ambience so I don't fall for it. Persists absolutely loved the Broken Matt Chris? Jericho segment who could possibly hate it. Well some of the people that send me text messages and emails last night. They definitely hate it and we'll say that it appears from what I've been told that the teleportation idea was actually exactly what I thought. It was last night which was unless we ever have a pandemic again. You're never gonNA have a chance to do that. Wacky teleportation gimmick with Matt starting way up high and teleporting his way down till he's at ringside. You can't do that with a live crowd. You can't do that with a live show. There's only one chance to do it. And it is. When you run a show in an A- giant empty arena and you can tape it and so that was the mindset behind it. We can only do this one time so we may as well just do it and like I said last night. I'm not a fan of teleportation wrestling it's ridiculous like if you want to shut the lights off and then when you turn the lights on. Somebody's gone fine because I can. At least believe well the lights went off and he ran away. Because that's what happens. But actual the guys there and he disappears and then he appears momentarily to two rows down or whatever and he gets all the way down to the ring. It's ridiculous it's too much for me but you can only if you could only do it one time. That's what they decided. They were going to do so they did it. And now it's done and over with and if you if you loved it now you've seen it if you hated it you're not going to have to see it again so there you go much like the picture in picture. I thought it was a a good attempt because for the reasons that you mentioned this is your chance to do it in the reality is Matt. Hardy is better off in the round. This is more of a stage production than it is something for the silver screen. He needs people there to Chan- He needs something to play off of in my mind. At least he does and I think him doing that in Jericho looking at him like he was crazy last night. I think that was. It was good but for the length that it went on for what they were doing out there. It needed to crowd so to try to add some bells and whistles and to try to do some goofy stuff like having him teleport down to the ring you know. They're doing the best they can under some some dire situations so. I don't know if it's something that I wanna continue on with. I I don't know if I want them to go. That length of time ever again going back and forth with each other but I thought it was a it was a novel attempt that fit with. What Matt Hardy is in what he does so I was actually fine with it. For this is the show last night was the weakest. Aws Show of twenty twenty so far but no fault of theirs. They did the best they could given. The circumstances Bo shows did. Osho's did the best they could. Under the circumstances everybody is personally says jared for the only guy in the world who could talk crap to a drone and invited to join his group. The segment with Matt. Hardy and deputy was amazing for some bubbly guest hanger for says Brodie Lee calling out of touch old man wearing a suit and his office eating steak. Getting mad at boys for sneezing around him. Brodie Lee perhaps has enough for a year's worth of materials. Take shots advanced dude. A lifetime a Lifetime. Yes that was a total spoof. On Vince. Mcmahon fins hates it when people sneeze mistake it is suit. He's the man in charge series talking to me so I'm going to break observer life. Here's a great way to save money on your prescription medications. If you take Viagra or Cialis we can give you away to pay as little as two dollars. A pill compare. That price is as high as sixty dollars per tablet. These pills work for men and women to improve their sexual performance and now for the price of two or three pills you can get nearly one hundred. There's no need to pay expensive prices for Viagra or CIALIS. Call now with your prescription and pay. 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Live with Bryan Alvarez and Mike Zimmer Vivey on the sports byline broadcasting network begging the show Brian Alvarez year wrestling observer. Live Mike Zimmer. V also wrestling observer DOT COM. It's been a while. But Yes Ryan. Would you like to say today? The question about the prime beneath show that you didn't to fourteen on the question about your phone is it. Sounds so good today. What did you do? I'm using a smart then. Oh that's much better than your old dumb phone so it'd be a smart question. Go ahead all my questions. About Wang. Had the crow virus back in November two thousand fourteen. Six I question is how did he recover in Was it exactly like what type of credit virus? What is it that he had because he was still sick when he was training day? I thought he would have given everyone. Isn't it well my friend? I want to thank you very much for the call. There are a number of different corona viruses including the common cold. So he had. He went to the doctor and for some reason instead of telling him that he had a cold. They told him at a corona virus. It was not Trinet sneeze. You're not the same. You give it to me over the airwaves here. Ryan was not the same corona virus. Obviously as as the one that has stricken the world here today but it was bizarre when I started getting all these people e mailing me saying Oh my God. I'm listening to the the November eleven twenty fourteen. Brian and Vinnie show and in Wang has the corona virus was like what and in fact in fact? That was what happened and I asked him. I didn't know humans could get the crooner virus because I didn't know at the time the only thing I knew about corona virus was animals got corona virus because my cat got corona virus and died in twenty ten it was it was harrowing and turns out as we all know now except. Ryan I guess number of different corona viruses and this is a novel Corona Virus. Not the same one that Wang had in two thousand fourteen the he co seven. Do you know what the number was on this? You know anything else about it. Well it would be covert twelve Mike. Oh okay he had it was he was he like was he had a cold. You had you had corona virus fifty times in your life probably put your cat got it but it was. He scratched different kind of corona virus. Oh God ishmail you're on the air what's going on. It hasn't gone by A couple of things. First one quick comment and a quick question I thought it was funny. That people were upset with the Brody League man parody and getting all bent out of shape about it and getting upset that. Oh they're making fun of insect man but it's not nearly as you know rude or crosses actually yelling reprimanding people sneezing or demanding. People don't eat think that's true to be mad at a spoof but not the things of the guy actually does that are being spoofed. Yeah 'cause it's one thing if it was not true but the fact that it is true the really sociopathic tendency for someone to have but Moved onto my question if you think for this sort of Asterix Wrestlemainia that we're going to get. We're going to hold off on some of the big coronation. Baby-faced wins for later on down the year. If potentially there are show coming up like they have through McIntyre was supposed to be Bruckner. Maybe HE'LL LOSE. This first encounter get a rematch. Like build up over the summer they have. Tv even let's say and then hold that off. Maybe hold off a big Rear Ripley wins. Have Time get her big win? In a CR- show packed audience. Maybe summer slander further down the road. Because there's really no point and getting these big new characters their big moment you know in front of nobody when they could just hold it off having lose their first encountering get you very much for the call. I got the question. So here's the thing. I don't think if rea- Ripley was going to beat Charlotte that you need to switch it and have Charlotte next women's title. I think that would be a bad idea. But but let me make this abundantly clear. I have zero inside information. I have no idea who is winning. Brooklyn versus drew McIntyre but. I believe that if the idea was that drew is going to win the title and this would be his big coronation as the next attempted. A Roman reigns Johnson. Whoever if that was the plan that I believe one hundred percent the brock rep? Your regularly scheduled programing a special news alert.

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