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"enoughto" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Can't tell you how often like as their friend. I have witnessed the effect that they have on people, so I know that's the effect they had on me. What effect are you talking about? Just That you you meet the twins, and you only want to be with them. You like only one work with them. You only want to sing with them. You only want to play with them. And if you're like Lucky enoughto. Calling your family or work alongside him. You know, you know what I mean? They're really spectacularly talented, and they've got a mountain of charisma and positivity. You just cannot have a bad day with the twins. You can't write a bad song. I want to play a trick in which three of you harmonize together. It's called the eye. It's from your 2015 album, The Fire watchers daughter and you want to say anything about recording this. It's just It's really beautiful. Oh, thank you. Well, we recorded this with Traini Shoemaker. On, Um On our album. Fire Watchers daughter and we all stood around in our configuration, which is like three microphones. In inter intertwined stands that face each other and bring our faces uncomfortably close to one another. Where it's very important that we've all had a mint that day, and we just saying three part harmony at the same time, and, um Something. The tension between the three of us keeps us all in sake, and that's how we record three part harmony on everything. But on this song in particular, it's a little extra special because The three part harmony is what makes the three of us what we are, and this is the first time we decided to really do it front and center for a whole song. So let's hear it. This is my guest, Brandi Carlile and the hands are off twins and this is the I You.
"enoughto" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"55. Here's an email from Mitch. I'd like to move my thermostat. The great room where we spend most of the time is always warm. So I figure if we put it in there, we'll keep the temperature more livable to have to fish a wire through the wall. Well, you've been via wireless thermostat there fairly expensive, but you won't have to pull a wire with that. But you maybe want to rethink this? Thermostats are located, not in a two random They're located in areas of the house, where the temperature is reasonably stable, like far from windows and doors and sunshine and heating and cooling vents. So yours is probably in the hallway or an inside corner word. Where is it reflects more accurately the inside temperature of the house. If you want to move into the great room, the rest of the house will end up colder than you like, because the TV stereo fireplace and your warm bodies will heat up that space. It'll fool the thermostat into thinking them. Noi. The house is warmer than it actually is, is so You made. You may need to get a new thermostat with a more precise response. Maybe you have your thermostat is not as accurate as you'd like it to be used an accurate thermometer like a little alcohol or even mercury thermometer. Monitor whether or not the thermostats, letting the furnace run too long before satisfied. On D just see if the thermostats behaving itself one way or the other, And if it's reflecting the accurate inside temperature of that hallway, so I would probably tend to leave it. Where it is and check it calibrated or just go out and get a new one. That would probably be the thermostats aren't terribly expensive, and I'll bet if yours is a little age on it, you'd probably want a newer Electronic thermostat. Anyway, I have a Honeywell at my house, a touch screen Honeywell and I absolutely love it. So you might look for one of those, and I don't know. I think I maybe this is Five or six years ago. I think I paid 69 bucks for and I think they're a little more expensive than that now, but Honeywell is it was really one of my favorite brands. So there you go. Let's see. 7138255 is your phone number and I wanted before we take our break. Into this email for Andrew. My grandson's name is Andrew. It's his birthday today. I thought I'd put the little picture in for Andrew anyway. This guy has a raid on issue 4.9 versus four point that I think is the limit. Should I haven't mitigated well. Yeah, that's a little higher than the four point old limit, but not enoughto. Do any sort of, you know, panicking or anything about it? America Act, the EPA says. When it's that close. If it's between 4.1 and eight point Oh Oh, you just wait and re test in a few months. The The arbiter. The government, arbitrary limit of four point was a little arbitrary anyway, And it's a little suspect because apparently the least the legend goes that back in the eighties when they established that level. That was his highs. Radan could be measured anyway. Other parts of the world have higher limits, and you get the idea. It's a government deal. And so you have to be a little kind of skeptical of it. And just Just, uh, you know, do your own thing at your own house, and I would just not just relax and tested again in two or three months because Radan can very seasonally with atmospheric pressure, wind speed direction, temperature ground frozen all that stuff so tested again. It might be a little lower your gun average them together for there's your four point Oh, Average composite reading Mitigation. You know, if you do need to do it, maybe it'll go up instead of down if you do it and when the weather gets warm. The price depends on your homes. Configuration. Crawl spaces are pretty easy to protect with heavy plastic sheeting and a and a hose running there in an air pump and so on. If you have a full basement with a French drain system, they can tie the fan into the French drain.
"enoughto" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Let's figure out how many people we need. Have them do it legally. Make sure we don't get criminals. Yada yada the whole the whole bit. But from their point of view, they don't see politics is being a complex thing. They don't seethe shades of gray. They see the immigration debate as you like Mexicans or you don't like Mexicans. And if you don't take their position than you are obviously a racist in your voice that needs to be silenced. And I think part of the reason that they jump to those conclusions is because that's how they see subjects. They don't They don't see anything involved in the process of it. They don't see anything beyond just the basic. You either like this group or you don't like that group, and that's just the way it is. Yeah, I think there is that. I think it's also a mono culture. Um, you know, I I actually grew up in Silicon Valley myself. I grew up in Cupertino s o. You know these? I'd owe these people right. I went to school with them. I grew up with them. Um And I think that there's there's a monoculture politically. Uh you know, you couldn't even in my area, You know, 10 15 years ago being a Republican and Silicon Valley. My parents were always sort of, you know, quiet about their political beliefs, and now it's just ramped up to the extreme. Where I mean, you just can't be publicly a conservative at these places. And I think I mean, you might think you're right that there's sort of a kind of monolithic way of viewing things among these engineering majors. But I also think that I mean the nature of these enterprises. They're almost all their hiring nothing but liberals. So you have Sort of more politically indifferent liberals. And then you have the politically active and motivated one. You know, the Super world people and they're just setting the tone with everybody else. Afraid to say anything. Um and I mean in and at the end of the day, That's not an institution that is representative the country and it's not an institution that should have meaningful control over your speech Rights period. I think You know, it drives me crazy when people say Oh, Silicon Valley's libertarian there anything but libertarian. These people work for companies that provide their transportation. They provide their child care. They provide their yoga classes. That's where they go to the gym. Literally. Everything is done for them by their employer, and I think they look at the rest of society and they say Well, I have all of this stuff taken care of. For me. Why shouldn't it be taken care of for everyone else? Well, everyone else doesn't work for a company that's like that, so the state has to step in and do it. Right, like there's something there's sort of. It's easy to be a libertarian and Silicon Valley. It just it just it's I mean, you know when whenever you're working there. One thing is that the government seems very far away. I. It just is it you kind of in one way. You sort of ignore how powerful it is and how much community fear with what you're doing if they really want to, Um, and the second thing is just a culture. It's just a cultural dynamic where you mean, you have people who are very capitalist place but also You know, a very socially liberal climate. Um, that said, I mean, I think you know, but ultimately that that social life socially liberal climate, I think comes to dominate everything else. On and really, I think, you know, taking over the libertarians where I assume pretty much the minority now. If there's any legitimate threat of real regulation of those industries, how do you think they'll react to that? I mean, I think they're going to lobby against it like crazy. We already saw the letter from my 20 conservative, saying that we shouldn't be using anti trust against these companies. And I mean that seems like for me. That's the wrong attitude. I think you know, it's a lot. What have these companies done for the conservative movement? They've been censoring us. They've been discriminating against us. I don't know why they deserve our any indulgence. I think we should be perfectly willing to see antitrust used against these companies since its law enforcement. I mean, these laws haven't been on the books for 100 years. You're not allowed to engage in any competitive activity. If you have, then you should be punished for it. S so now whether that will actually happened. I predicted matter. I don't think it will. It looks like Biden's new appointee for the antitrust division at the Department of Justice is a former Amazon and Google employees. So I mean, what do you What do you expect here? What's gonna happen when these companies butt heads with the Democrats and on occasion that things like that will bubble up. We certainly saw that with the ride, sharing outs with uber and lift where they went at it with the more traditional union sorts of Democrats and I can see any number of scenarios where the Democrats in the tech world bump heads again. Are they going to play? Nice Because they view people like you and I is the real enemy. Or do you think that the that cold war can go hot at any moment? I think that's what I think they're going to play nights like and that's I think, ultimately the worst outcome. Sadly for our movement, Um you kind of I see a public private partnership of censorship. Coming where No, it's not. The government can't censor us on its own, but it can just kind of persuade Google and Facebook and Twitter that it's in their best interest to keep that wrong Thinkers off the Internet on Do you know, while I think they'll be some, you know, essentially key fob A where the Democrats, you know, pretend to care about, you know, Monopoly power being abused by these companies and And the companies themselves Percent to be fighting for free enterprise and individual is and at the end of the day, they have so much common ground as to the intolerable itty, I guess of the right. That they don't find a way to work together and work to silence us. And hopefully we we regain power. Soon. Enoughto put a stop to that. One thing they should always keep.
Japan to Declare Virus Emergency for Tokyo Amid Record Cases
"You see, the Sudha is expected to declare a state of emergency for Tokyo and adjacent areas later as infections continue to hit a record high. Local media is expecting Tokyo to report more than 2000 new cases. Critics are calling his strategy to narrow and see restrictions lasting for months. Let's get out to our politics reporter in Tokyo is about Reynolds is about. Why is the government declaring this emergency now? Um, right, Well, a lot of people would say it's a bit related. But as he said, there have been 2000 cases probably reported in Tokyo today, which is more than twice the top level that we saw in the spring with the previous With the previous sort of expected the pandemic. So this this emergency is aimed at bringing this case is down, especially the serious cases. The number of people in hospital is gonna last a month from generating hates to February 7th, but it will be a lot less stringent from the emergency that they instituted last April. This time residents are going to be asked to avoid going out. But only at night after 8 p.m. on bars and restaurants will be instructed to close in age on Bill also be another push for remote working and the government seeking to cut the number of people who are commuting to work by about 70%. S so this is sort of an emergency light on by their questions over how far it's going to be effective in controlling the virus, while the government is obviously seeking to avoid the kind of economic pain We saw last spring. Will it be enoughto to get the outbreak, at least under control? Well, that that's that's a matter of dispute. At the moment, not only the public, the public of argued, have shown an opinion polls that they say the most stringent measures Against the pandemic, but also the government's own. Experts seem to be saying that this won't be enough to bring it under control in a month she get it only has been a top government advisor on the virus started the pandemic instead of month wouldn't be long enough with just these measures. And that it might have to be extended until March or April On Gonad other expert hero, she Nishiura also said that more drastic steps would be needed. If you want to cut cases significantly at the same time, the government is really anxious to avoid. Kind of economic situation with summer last year when the emergency triggered the worst economic downturn on record.
"enoughto" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"At 7 40 Every Monday 7 40 give or take a few minutes Anyway. Here he is. Rich Lowry. Good morning, rich. You guys have to go. It's going wonderfully rich Lowry. Thank you. And let me just ask you this question. The Supreme Court made their decision over the weekend. I know you think it was a stupid case to bring. That's your opinion. But my question to you is this Are you A and we already know you're not big trump guy, But you you agreed that Trump would be better than Biden. But are you a shut up and move on guy? Or do you at least think that there are enough irregularities to warrant the skepticism? The cynicism the suspicions. Off a lot of Americans regarding this election. I'm a shut up and move on guy because I just don't think this is going anywhere. I don't think there's any chance to demonstrate fraud, Widespread enoughto overturn any of these Results in the states that said before you know if there were 500 votes in Pennsylvania or Michigan and Biden, it's probably one by 500 votes. He never convinced me never convinced it was a legitimate result. And you know that they're counting problems in this place is especially Michigan that would that would make a dubious but Pennsylvania's 80,000 votes. Michigan is 150,000 votes, so I just don't think it's there. I don't think they're going to try this congressional strategy now you would need Both the House and the Senate to vote to uphold an objection to electors. That's not gonna happen. Obviously, they're gonna lose that they would lose in the house, but they will probably lose in the Senate as well. So I think it's just time that she the sword. He lost the election. He came really close. He did something that no one thought he could achieve. A very few people did. Starting in 2015. His parents would be astonished at what he's accomplished became president, United States. Give me a significant figure. The Republican Party going forward kind of bank all those winds and go out with some grace. That would be my advice which will not be taken. You know, I agree with you. Look, I I also from day one. Bernie could attest to this. I've been adamant that these court cases despite the great work, and I love Rudy Giuliani and Bernie Kerik, I love these people. But I thought they were silly from day one. I never gave it even a scintilla of a chance until have a chance to get it done, But But I do have an issue with shut up and move on. Which only because yes, you have to move on and I did six weeks ago. But you do have to take into account the way the Democrats acted for the better part of four years. They never shut up. They never moved on Now. You could be classier, right? I'm a trump guy. I'm not like those people and just move on. Or if you didn't you really wouldn't be doing anything different than they've done for the last four years. Yeah, I see that. My position. I thought what the Democrats did was wrong, But we we talked about it at at length. It was completely wrong. It distorted some of the most sensitive and important. Agencies of the United States government in a way that should should live in infamy. I mean, there's no doubt about it, but that doesn't that doesn't justify trying to overturn an election that I believe was Legitimate. So, look, if you want to keep investigating it, by all means, you know, and if you can find really bad stuff, let's let's expose it prosecuted. Find a way to fix it. It's just I don't think this this broad effort that's going on now is going anywhere are good for the country. Well, not withstanding the fact rich Lowry that some of these voting Quantico irregularities and vote by mail, which is fraught with peril, as left and the right agreed with before the pandemic, and the left apparently saw an opportunity to exploit the pandemic and use it. But anyway, that aside You just looked before the election with the withholding of the information about Hunter Biden, the voter suppression polls, the voter information suppression. All of that stuff combines to give Trump supporters and people on the right the sense that the whole thing the whole system, the whole election was rigged and stolen from this president. Because of just that big tech of blocking all of that stuff. A lot of buying voters polled said Hey, if I had known about that stuff, I might have voted differently. What I mean, did you see that the argument of the validity of that type of thinking I do. I mean, I don't think I wouldn't say it's rig that creates a sense that someone was pulling the wires and changing votes. But was the media fair? Of course not. It was just graceful as it's ever been. And you had Not just the media. But some of these former national security officials, John Brennan, etcetera in whom were invested enormous, awesome powers, and they acted like political hacks. You know, they said, the 100 story is Russian disinformation. It was obvious lie to say that at the time and we know it now, I mean it was Completely legitimate. It's gonna be an issue going forward on that affecting. You know the Biden administration because the president, United States son is under investigation, federal investigation and likely To get indicted, and we can't be certain of that, but likely to be get indicted. And there's some evidence that Joe himself knew about it or is involved about it. That's a huge story and that you had people like NPR saying, Oh, we're not going to report because we don't report distractions. It was It was completely wrong, and people should be furious about that. I don't argue with that at all, totally agrees it. Which Larry, editor National of You Political one. BC, Our guest Every Monday morning does a great job We love rich. So as we speak, which CNN the reality check, they're running at the bottom of the screen. Those fine people Will today finally end the 2020 election because the electoral college is going to meet today they are going to officially name President. Excuse me. Joe Biden, President elect. It's going to be official at some point today, so that's the question. Well, the election officially go to Joe Biden today..
Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani threatens lawsuit in Pennsylvania
"The president's personal attorney map that he's going to try and press a case in Pennsylvania. That's right. Erin Rudy Giuliani was out in Philadelphia for over a half an hour. Talking about what he says is a term campaigns plan to sue over the the way that the election was carried out specifically having to do with Election pull observers normally in a campaign and and in this campaign to observers were allowed to watch as the ballots and the mail in ballots were processed to make sure there were no irregularities. Rudy Giuliani said. They were kept too far away and they weren't able to see anything. On. So that is going to be the basis for a challenge where he could not explain and what we have yet to hear. An explanation for is what kind of remedy they might seek, if, in fact they succeed in bringing this kind of cases into the court. Matt would would That kind of case be enoughto overturn the way we're characterizing the results in Pennsylvania? Well, I'll tell you that. The easy answer to that question is that the Trump campaign has multiple times already challenged this question of whether their poll observers were too far back. And in almost every case, all but one the judges. Dismissed those allegations. They basically said, because of covert restrictions that the election officials were handling things properly and safely and so I, You know, I think the people we've spoken to don't know that this would get far enough to even answer a bigger question of you know what would that yield for the campaign? All right. We'll continue to watch that We know you will. To NBC's Matt Mosque, the head of our ballot Watch Group here at ABC News. Legal challenges could take a little
"enoughto" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Over the Trump campaign. The legal challenges are continuing, so I want to bring back a bee sees Matt Mosque who leads our ballot watch team. We heard earlier today from Rudy Giuliani, the president's personal attorney, Matt that he's going to try and press a case in Pennsylvania. That's right. Erin Rudy Giuliani was out in Philadelphia for over a half an hour. Talking about what he says is a term campaigns plan to sue over the the way that the election was carried out specifically having to do with it. Election pull observers normally in a campaign and and in this campaign to observers were allowed to watch as the ballots and the mail in ballots were processed to make sure there were no irregularities. Rudy Giuliani said. They were kept too far away and they weren't able to see anything. On. So that is going to be the basis for a challenge where he could not explain and what we have yet to hear. An explanation for is what kind of remedy they might seek, if, in fact they succeed in bringing this kind of cases into the court. Matt would would That kind of case be enoughto overturn the way we're characterizing the results in Pennsylvania? Well, I'll tell you that. The easy answer to that question is that the Trump campaign has multiple times already challenged this question of whether their poll observers were too far back. And in almost every case, all but one the judges. Dismissed those allegations. They basically said because of Kobe restrictions that the election officials were handling things properly and safely and so I, You know, I think the people we've spoken to don't know that this would get far enough to even answer a bigger question of you know what would that yield for the campaign? All right. We'll continue to watch that We know you will to a veces Matt Mosque, the head of our ballot Watch Group here at ABC News. Legal challenges could take a little while to shake out. In the meantime, many Trump supporters are hanging on to this notion. Unfounded, though it may be that the election was somehow stolen ABC Alex Stone in Phoenix in Maricopa County in front of the board of Elections, Alex. There had been Trump's supporters..
"enoughto" Discussed on KOMO
"Of to register by October 26th that v o t w a dot gov Our next promo traffic at 10, 44 and the forecast as we hear from meteorologist Kristen Clark. A cold rain is descending upon the Puget Sound low lands while snow has started in the cascade passes, but eventually is warmer air surges into the central Cascades. That should change some of that snow over to plain rain by this afternoon that goes for areas of interstate 90 at Snoqualmie Pass. Even into White passed this afternoon, but areas of Steven's past north will certainly get by without accumulating snow with snow covered roads. Enoughto plough once the storm passes tonight, clearing conditions and the cold weather really settles in this weekend with widespread freeze Sunday morning in the coma Weather Center, a meteorologist Kristen Clark, Way haven't budged up to 43 degree mark in at least one hour and a half. Right now. That's the state the current temperature downtown at 10 36. After decades of design work lawsuits. Another setback to state route 509 Completion finally underway. Camo scalding Johnson report for decades, transportation leaders business interests of talked about the extension to I five. But according to the Puget Sound Business Journal, mostly opposition from local residents and lawsuits, has stopped it first phase, though, begin last week with the new 509. Passing underneath a new highway 99 Bridge, where light rail from Si Tak to federal way is under construction. Craig Stone manages the Gateway project, which is also completing 16722 coma. Who's going to pay for this multi billion dollar project? Three quarters that comes in from the gas tax. We have a little contribution cities from the county's on the fourth themselves. We also have pulling where users will help pay for this facility. The amount of those tolls not yet set, but in eight years when the 500 extension toe I was set to be done will find out Carleen Johnson come. Oh news hospitals across the state brace for another spike in covert cases Come. Oh, Suzanne Phone checked out the situation earlier this week,.
"enoughto" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Workspaces by Hilton As we're lucky, enoughto happen most Fridays were joined by David Trudeau. So the online opinion editor of the Washington Examiner At Washington examiner dot com. Discussed the news of the week. How are you, David? I'm doing well there. Good morning. Good morning. So initial impressions of the debate last night. Well, I guess that's the most important operation or at least in my opinion. That's the most important Is that? I don't think Trump has this sort of knocked down performance. That you were thinking needed this point to try to right the ship. He had a stellar performance. There was no knockout. Yeah, I was. I think he really needed something a little bit. I think he needed to leave people with the idea. Now, look, I'm not I'm just basically what I say here on my impression of where the race is in the polls and what people are worried about. And I've been walking before in 2016 hours. Very wrong, So I have to approach this with some humility. On the other hand, my thought, was we really You know, if you want to see Trump Point, you're gonna have to be Double really badly, and I don't just mean I mean, he had his. He had his moments, right? I mean the whole of his and to explain You come off looking like he can handle himself, And that was one of the possible ways for Trump to really get something out of this debate to be needed. Don't you know? I sort of? I think this debate went a lot better for him in the first one. I think that he did fine. I don't think he got the knock out before the knockdown performance reviews. Well. The lead editorial at the Washington Examiner right now is something that caught my ear last night, and Joe Biden revived Obama's most infamous line and it was the You know, if you're not going to pay more is all about health insurance. You're not going to pay more to save money. If you like your plan, nobody is going to change your plan. That was the promise. And Joe Biden actually lied last night said nobody lost their plan. Under Obama care at least five million Americans who lost over that, like for really remember that, you know that helped lead straight to the 2014 election result. That was a big, big problem. All right, it was it was massive because Before the election. All those mailers went out from the insurance company saying sorry, But the government has declared the plan that you currently have to be illegal to be not sufficient, even though no matter how much you like it. So you gotta choose something else. Oh, by the way, your premiums are going to triple it just it just seems like that was an unforced error because it did remind a lot of people get used to paying a lot more. Just like tax cuts. If you cut somebody's taxes, they're very grateful to you at the very beginning. But then by the time the election comes around, they've they've absorbed the more money in their pocket. They're used to it. And they don't really attribute it to anybody. When a cost people money they get used to it. They absorb it, But it's a more of a raw thing When you remind them of it, like, Oh, yeah, That's right. I am paying $2500 more a year. Than I was before. He didn't really seem to have a good answer for that. Except that he's rehashing all the promises. You're going to pay less. We're gonna lower premiums lower drug costs. How he doesn't say public option is not socialized medicine. But of course, that's a step in that direction because no company can compete with government. And that's the thing about healthcare. The government will offer you. Ah, policy if they do the public option, and it will be cheaper because well, they won't really be cheaper. We're all subsidizing it. But people will say oh, less less out of pocket. I'll go with them, and that causes the private sector to get less people to cover their costs. They're going to have to raise premiums and you eventually begin this death spiral in the opposite direction in the private sector, not in Obama care. That will collapse the market. It's incrementalism. And did you think that Joe sold it Well enough last night? Oh, I don't think there's any chance that this election actually get decided on health care anyway, so I would not take any of that to seriously from Biden. Um, but I get that what This is really this is an election that if I didn't get his way, it's a referendum on Trump. And if Trump gets his way, then it's a it's a referendum on Democrats. Increasing radicalism and norm breaking right. It's a it's a referendum on you Want to see that the Supreme Court packed you want to see is the Senate to start ramming through the end of right toe work and the you know, repeal of the religious Freedom Restoration Act, etcetera. That during the any Tony Barrett confirmation hearings, Democrats going to healthcare issue people care about, but it's also an issue that Um, is state right now not attacking her faith. It's not something that's going to affect people when you make the argument, whether they agree with you or not, and so I don't really know that people are going to be voting on health care on changes to obamacare in this election. I think it's really about you like Trump. You hate him. And if you Find yourself somewhere in between where you don't like him, But you're thinking about voting for him, and he persuaded you with the cultural issues that Onda sort of. You know, attempt rival left to make its power permanently. Does that scare you enough to vote for Trump anyway? How do you think the president handled the co vered questions last night? I thought that His answer. It struck a pretty good balance of U were Biden is basically how she says locked down, We lock down. We have to follow the science and it seems to be all about People control to control the virus. Where is President Trump? I thought making pretty pretty good case that look, we're gonna have to learn to live with this to one degree or another until something miracle Wise happens and we can't stay locked in our basement because the damage Is too great. Yeah, no, And you know, it was nice to hear you say that. It's good to hear more people start to say that. Well, we can't go back down. Nobody's gonna tolerate this anymore. Yes, there's a risk and we just have to learn to live with increased risk. You know, I'm afraid people who are greater risk needs to take greater care We all need you are part of the social distancing and mask wearing. I think it is. All very reasonable, Tio sort of adopt some of these. I mean, I know people who won't wear the mask and I just think that you're just putting other people at risk, right? But you can You can isolate yourself. If you have risk factors you and noodling you can avoid have and then we come under maths and say 60 depart and having the entire society collapsed because we're so scared of getting a virus that you know in 99 point. Whatever percent of cases no one is going to die and some similar percent of cases..
"enoughto" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Up some running plays to it and being at home. I mean, do you think that they could be effective Enoughto win, and then you think by the end of the season because this is what I feel. Don't There's going to be out at Marinella. He's going to take over. I think Marinelli is a better coach than a better defense and more aggressive. I don't like the Gunther system. It seems like they don't blitz. And their position there. There, especially the linebackers are constantly out of position, given a big run plays, and we have decent, not great run stoppers in the linebacking corps, so we should be better against the run. I just want to get your take on that. I think it's early for talking about a coaching change. I do think the Raiders are going to have a good week here against the bills. And thanks for the call J s O all I'll say that I would pick in and I'm saying I'm going to put a ton of money on it or anything like that. But I would if I had a pick in that game. I do think the Raiders and Jon Gruden will be able to handle the bills. In Las Vegas is just a typical bill spot. The coming ofthe great win a win that they were fortunate to have. With the bag called the end of the game against the Rams in Week three. The Bills defense has not been as good as it were, or as it was in years past. And you're right. There are some vulnerabilities. They're where they've gotten into these back and forths and gotten his kind of shootout games. Um and I don't Think that this week is going to be a dominant performance from the Bills defense. I'm not looking at that. They got into a shootout game with Miami 31 28, obviously last week with Ram's after that huge lead. They let the Rams get back in that game and should have lost. I mean, hacked. They even allowed 17 points of the Jets in the first week of the season, Jess can score. So the bills defense is not as good And I think the Raiders are a well coached. Solid team. That's coming up a little bit. I think there's a spot where the Rangers get a win. Alan is calling from Toronto. What's up, Alan? Yeah, the Marlins. That's a fantastic story and there 28 year history. I've been to the postseason three times and they've won their each seriously. Mr. They're undefeated. Yeah. And 105 loss of lives here and to get to the postseason that makes Cinderella feel like a sad story. I still recall the 4003 World Series. I still would call it when Josh Tetrick and Michelle Rivera when they were both rookies, and they they want against the New York Yankees on the other side of 161st rate in the old Yankee Stadium down. Yeah, sure. I started called the 97 World Series. Three games played in Cleveland, and it was right around the freezing mark. It was 30 right around 33 degrees each game and stick wins. I was looking for that that you're interested. They won that game and add Durant area with the big hit Charles Nagy. Here's the thing I wanna Thanks for the call. I gotta let you go. We appreciate checking in, but it shows about the end here, and I don't want that music. Get in between you and I and making an awkward ending for us both. I don't like the Marlins. Maybe it's because I'm envious. A team that just comes into the league. You know, relatively just comes in the league. I know it's been what 25 years, 30 years, Whatever Still, the roles have we knew, And yet they get into the postseason every time and they go on these runs and I thought the Cubs gonna pay him back for 2003. I was wrong. Thanks to producer James grows foo everybody who called Well, CIA and a couple weeks enjoy the rest of your weekend. Have a good.
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"You get a chance to read these, these quotes In these post in their entirety. But what happens is that we are so divided this point that if some one on one side let's say someone on your side says something outrageous about the other side, or vice versa. Everybody on that side is is afraid to criticize because that will show weakness. It doesn't show weakness is actually show strength in my opinion. I agreed in one thing, either. One last thing I do want to say is that I feel because of my age up there I was around during the You know the Democratic Convention old Enoughto participated 1968. Through the whole, you know Kent state and all of that. I want to believe and I You know this? I found a new found respect for Older people through the experiences they've experienced, and I think the newer group or this group that addresses the works just wanted diminish experience, and I think that's A terrible thing. And that's all part of this conversation. Don't dismiss somebody because they have old fashioned ideas because you know it is we both know things weren't so bad. Not as bad as it's being made out to be right now. I just don't believe in fairness Look. In fairness, things were were much worse for African Americans in this country for a long time. A long time. Whether it was really what was the reconstructions? I agree. Well, they were separate but equal all of that. Okay, all of that, and I agree, and and and that's not to deny it. But But to have a conversation. It is to me. Absurd. What what's happening in this country right now, Oscar thank you for your rationality. I wish others would would be as intelligent and as articulate as you. We've had some good callers, but we haven't had the number the volume that I would have expected. I would have expected more people would have been outraged by this Now. Maybe again. If you sleep through something you're going to wake up at some point in your life and you realize that the world The man she live has changed. Thank you, Oscar. I'm gonna give you one more chance. 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 30. I want to hear from folks in air and Shirley, I really do. I suspect at this point, People know in Aaron Shirley, that we're talking about them, and I think.
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"Brushing, refreshingly yours from the land of sky Blue waters. Nice. They have hams as a sponsor on our show now. Remember the Hamm's beer pair? Of course, always had a nice smile on his face. Ah, big advertiser on Cubs baseball back in the day. Well, the bear was always drinking the hemisphere. Ah, Dave, I wanted to ask you about the Ah, the speedster that the Cubs picked up Billy Hamilton, can he still run? How old is this guy? Hey, Billy Hamilton is in his early early thirties. I think he's they were he was with the Mets, right is with it. That's all the reason Lee didn't did not. Really do a whole lot with with the New York Mets, but he's you know he had success. In in Cincinnati. Yeah, he was fantastic. There's he's 29 now. Oh, he should be able to move till you would think he should. Now he had four straight years we had about 60 steals. With the Reds. He hasn't have those numbers lately. But you know what? I think you still run and ah He's he didn't again. He didn't run a whole lot didn't have a whole lot of numbers with the with the Mets is your only had 22 at bats with New York. But there's a leadoff man for you. Well, you know what It's mean. He had happens. Done a nice job. Yeah, that's true. But don't you want to move him down in the line up with his power? I shall that be. I mean, with the power that he's shown, But listen, they've they've used power hitters at the top of the line up before with some success. Yeah, but Hamilton, you know the last couple years, hasn't he spent time with Kansas City in Atlanta last season? The Mets this year. So you know, we'll see but definitely is a little more speed. I gladly take that. Of course, that's kind of old school isn't thinking of your leadoff man as a speedster are even talking about stolen bases that nobody does that anymore. Really Well, you know, maybe you just want to pinch run. Yeah. You could do that. And what's the update? Do we have one on Dallas? Keiko? Just a day to day. He left the game on Sunday in Kansas City with lower back stiffness and the White Sox just say his day to day enoughto watch it. He was pretty frustrated by it after the game on Sunday because it's one of those nagging things and you hope it's just a short term thing, and he'll be able to make his his next start. Early evening game on W. Jin radio this evening, right Cubs and pirates and, of course, the Pirates came in a couple of weeks ago, and in the first game of that, Siri's Lucas Giolito no hit them. At guaranteed rate field, and he's not going to pitch this Siri's, but Dylan cease will pitch tonight and socks. You're hot. They want 15 out of 20. But unfortunately for them, Cleveland hasn't really cold off, so they're they're neck and neck and Minnesota's just a game back and the Cubs in first place still Yeah, And I think you like their chances because The Cardinals. I mentioned this earlier, the cardinal's tohave six double headers to play. The remainder of the season. So they think that somehow you know they've been doing this Bob and they've been able to keep their heads above water. Despite all the devil headers and all the crazy scheduling no days off that they've had to go through and Hey, if they're still finding ways to win every season with the Cardinals, they have injuries and it's annoying. They always they always find a way right. Those are the words spoken by many it comes just annoyed 8 45. Let's go to the team Heiberg phone line here because Bob from Berwyn has something to say about that September 8th date factoid, Bob Hi. How are you, Bob? I'm doing about 85% today. What's not bad? No, I heard it on the radio. You know you're ahead of me a little bit on the sound. But I heard that and I'm waiting for my daughter. Day deliver. My first grandchild is gonna be a girl and it's going to be on September, eh? And I heard that night. So that had to be a call Tio. She's expecting to deliver today. Right now. They're inducing her at McNeil. Okay, there you go. See, the statistic apparently is accurate. You got it. Well, good luck to you. Thank you so much about it, Bobby. Have a cigar for me. OK? I will. I'm going to go out and get some from my friends and my dad and I'm going to have that We've been looking forward to it for a long time. All right, Enjoy. Okay. Think about what you do. It's 8 46 right now and let's get you caught up on a few things here, starting with the weather, low clouds, dark and dreary. Hard to get out of bed, Steve. Yeah, it is. And for kids who have to go to school today, at least in Chicago, there's no going outside, so the.
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"Dot com today and use discount code W. O R. Berman and Michael Riedel in the morning on the Voice of New York. 7 10 w all right, but like to lighten things up around 8 20, because we have a lot of tough news today with Kobe crisis and we got Hurricane Laura and we got the M T A needing a $12 billion bailout. Subways won't be working. So we lighten up a little bit with a little song competition now. We were doing country Western songs from the beginning of the week there, but both Natalie and Joe said that letting I don't have I don't I guess we don't feel country Western music and our bones and the songs we were picking did not. You know, did not stack up. Well, enoughto chose vast knowledge of country music. So they nixed our country Western singer he got here. He likes you. Yeah, right right with his three teeth in his head that you hear what he said during the commercial. Did you hear what he said during commercial? What did he say? He said, Well, let's see how you guys mock this one up. Oh, yeah? Yeah. So Natalie switching, she said guys, we're going not to country Western songs that have Ah, color in them. And Joe was like, Let's see how you guys mark this one up. So alright land So you gotta you go first this time, because my song Your song is going to be obvious and everyone's heard of it. My song is a new song to a lot of people. And it's going to be a little more interesting, more nuanced than yours. All right, well, let's see. I gave this a lot of thought actually went on some Web sites, you know, according to the fans with the number one song is that mentions a color Purple rain. By a prince and I actually saw him perform it in the rain at Super Bowl 41. So I decided not to pick that one. Because you'd say Oh, I took it off the Internet. Uh and I thought of others, you know, Yellow submarine mellow yellow. There's a million songs out there who way for the red, white and blue, So I just settled. I just always figured you just can't go wrong with the Beatles Blackbird singing in the dead of night. Take these sunken eyes land to sea on your life..
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Right. Well, listen, I'm thinking about putting a utility shed some kind of in my backyard behind the garage. At least it will be too. Contained lawnmowers and overflow of of yard equipment. And at the most, it might be a Ah little shop with my Saw and and, uh People saw on stuff like that to do a little bit of avoid work thing. Sounds like it's growing from being a little shed. Well, well, I think so. I think I want to go back to the little shed. I don't want it to grow too bad. My question is the foundation. Yeah, because you know, there are all kinds of options, and I don't know which what you think. The best option least amount of hassle. Maybe those two aren't compatible. But ah What? What's What's your thoughts on something like that? You at most at most, this would be a 10 by 12 struck, okay? And that's what I was going to ask. Are you ever going to make this big enoughto Park of vehicle or something like that? In an answer? You don't know what 10 by 12 so truthfully. I would not bother with a concrete slab. I would put it on skids. Just, um six by six treated six by six or something like that for treated four by six and and and the platform on top of it. Okay? Do I need Thio excavate out under those and put gravel in there and lay him on gravel or right on the night. I would I would set blocks. Basically, I would have four base pads that air 24 by 24 inch each. And I would only have to Four by six is running underneath. Ah, you said 10 by 12 so I would run him in the 12 foot direction. Riker, and I'd come about two feet. Off of each side. And then put my two by sixes for floor. Joyce on top of those But said 4 to 24 by 24 inch base pads. One at each end of those four by six is Ah, and probably put some blocks on top, like maybe a Ah! Oh, A bite by 12. On top, and that way, if you ever have to adjust that it's easy, Tio. Raise it up and down. Oh, you okay? Right. And if you think you think, settle, you mean it will move. It's it's going to move, but that makes it real simple toe to make the adjustment on it when it does move. Okay, so the 24 inch square concrete blocks and then and then paid by 12 on top of that, and then and then the 24 foot For what did you say? Four by sixes or six by six by six. I think you said six sticks before by six is all you need. Okay? Run and keep keep make sure you keep those up off the ground. Now, If it was a house, you have to have 18 inches of clearance. But this isn't a house. Ah, but I would want to keep those four by six is at least six inches cleared off the ground. Okay. Six inch minimum toe. Right? All right. Well, that'll get me started. I'll start making some plan. Now, Then one other thing I would do. Everything underneath there should be treated. A lot of a lot of times people will use the four by six is that air treated But then the two by sixes, they go with just regular lumber. And apply. Would they go with regular lumber? You know, for the sub floor. YAH make everything treated. Okay? From there you're you're you're walls and everything that Khun B untreated but everything to do with that foundation and bass and everything. Make it treated. On the ground up until they hit Would all that needs to be T hit the stud walls. It all needs to be treated. Yah! Okay? Makes sense. Okay, well, I'll get started. Then I'll call you back in a few weeks. You know what I did wrong. And as soon as you got years done, and it's Ah, you know, we got everything perfected on it. You can come over to my place and build me one. Okay, That's that's the deal, okay? Hi. Thank you May care, John. Yep. Bye. You know, you got labor day coming up in a few weeks. You get started. You have this thing all done by then. 713 to 125874 That's 713 to 125874 or 866 9370003 That's 866937 0003 And you know, John, I should have. I should have tossed this out to you. Just one last side. Note here. Price your materials. And then I want you to do one other thing. Price having somebody come build it for you. And what you're probably going to find if you call a place like tough shed.
"enoughto" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Some sort of round robin with the playoff teams. And then maybe having them play three high energy type scrimmages before we get into the playoffs. I believe this entire thing was about. We have a star and Zion Williamson and it would be in our best television interest to try to get them into the bubble. I firmly believe that I don't know if that makes me a conspiracy there is, but the writing appeared to be on the wall. It appeared that there there there was nothing. The MBA wanted to doom or that have Zion Williams and into the bubble, and I thought that the pelicans wanted to make the playoffs. I gotta thought that was the objective here that going into the bubble was that they wanted to be a play off team. They have a player who scored 13 points in 15 minutes on eight shots. And in limited minutes, they can't find a way to get him into the last four minutes of the game. Now listen, O'Brien win Horse of ESPN, and he said that no one wants to acknowledge it. But Zion Williamson is out of shape and not condition. Enoughto play MBA basketball. I'm not saying that. Try and win horses right or wrong. I'm sure he has been told this from MBA scouts from the media people. It's a little bit concerning that we heard very similar things resign at the very beginning of the season. Not to mention his propensity to be injured, but that's neither here nor there. Zion was incapable of playing 20 minutes in an MBA game. Zion, please 20 minutes and and B. N B a game The pelicans win. It's that simple. They beat Utah on Thursday night, and we're having a different conversation today. If the pelicans could find a way to get Zion Williamson on the floor for five more minutes. I don't think it's asking a whole lot here for Zion and play five minutes 1/4. I don't care what Zion's quote physical condition is 20 minutes should be a bare minimum for a player of his caliber. He changes the game. A funny thing about Zion is the things people keep telling us. While you can't do that, against this level of competition, he continues to do it against the level of competition when he was coming out of high school into college. Take it. Do those things that do they just talking on the small kids. He dominated and was a first team All American in college. Now we get to the MBA speaker stronger, faster. Zion's bigger and stronger and faster than everybody else at this level at 20 years old. I don't care what his conditioning is. You can't find a way for 45 minute spurts over the course of the game. That's all we're asking here. It's all we're asking here. No Math Wiz, but there's 4/4 and play five minutes to play 20 minutes. And it's certainly B'more impressive for you to play the last five minutes of the game than some random two minutes spurt in the second quarter. What's the plan here for New Orleans? Are you a team that we should take seriously or not? Is what I saw on Thursday is not a team I should take very seriously. It's a team that, like Houston is going to be short lived for this bubble. You're not making the playoffs. At least Houston can leave the rest of the laurels and they're going to make the playoffs. The pelicans you're fighting to get into the playoffs. Wouldn't you like to have your best players on the floor? He's one of your five best. You could say he's your second best player behind Brandon Ingram. Well, actually thought play well in this game. I don't get the play here for the New Orleans pelicans. I understand Zion. Just got back into the bubble. I understand that his body has changed. He's continuing to grow and mature. But this is a sprint to the playoffs. I firmly believe the entire structure of the MBA bubble and trying to give the nine C team a chance to make the playoffs is rooted and warnings Ion to succeed. He can't succeed if he's not in the game. You can't He can't succeed if he's not in the game. It's not asking a whole lot. For the pelicans to find. 45 minutes stretches Riz eyeline and they save his minutes and energy for the end of the basketball game. But you could not ask for a better opening night from the embassy than what we saw. We saw two very competitive basketball games. Ah, little sloppy, especially the Lakers and LeBron. He act like he couldn't dribble for stretches of the game. He drove the ball I Shawn Bradley in Space jam at some points in the game. But it was to be expected. It was going to be a little bit sloppy to now we're playing back to game speeds in the games, Quote unquote count. Doesn't really count the Lakers talking to the one or the two seed out West, but you get my point. You could not have asked for a better opening night for the MBA. The bubble has been a success. The virus is not in the bubble. The only way that the virus gets into the bubble now is from a non player. If everybody stand in the bubble, and everybody's following the rules and doing what needs to be done here, the MBA is going to be able to conclude it season and there were certainly a lot of skeptics around the NBA's bubble on what their plane is, but they're bubbles held up better than the MLS. Their bubble has held up as equally as good as the NHL bubble. It has been a great 1st 3 days of nb a action. But I won't apologize to you guys for being wrong about the Houston Rockets has not thought they were going to be a sleeper. They're not And I just want to know what the plan is resigned..
"enoughto" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Behind the scenes conversations at these high court justices were talking to each other and debating this thing behind the scenes. I'm thinking even the left is recognized and light of the present violence that you see in American cities in light of the killing and the destruction the may hand that's taking place and some cities and mayors Unwilling to arrest control of their city. And provide public safety. I think in light of all that, I think even the lefties realized that no, we don't need to throw into the mix more uncertainty and doubt. When it comes to a popular vote versus electoral commission. It is then. The laws of our nation's say is the electoral college. And the reason I want to spend on this little bit more later on this breaking news of the day. Is because Unfortunately and from my perspective In mind if you've been listening, Long enoughto, the Dana show you realized my back when I volunteered US Chairman In my local market. For the GOP because it represents my values. And I need to do more than just talking micro. So I did the whole thing and experience the whole faithless electors. A term somebody who Who is chosen to be the elector of the party tto be sent up to the state capital and vote for the scent of the electoral votes. For how the state voted and contribute that, too. The national count eventually declare the winner via the Electoral College. What we had here in my market. I had one of those faithless electors and out. They have all that. All that took place. So the court majority again overwhelming majority. It was a unanimous Vote. Said that To give way to faithless electors to have a say. Otherwise what would risk chaos? And what do we see? Planning of right now? In the news? Plenty of Of chaos on the street. So I just find it surprises amazing that even a super lefties voted unanimously unanimously to protect the electoral college. That's that's amazing. Speaking of chaos. Man alive another weekend heart breaking news out of Atlanta. In fact, Steve O. If you have For Korea. Williamson, I do believes, Cut 10. Steve. Oh, Um, this is I believe this is the father. Of this eight year old child who was killed in Atlanta this past week and go ahead, Steven Cut 10 love matter. You killed her home. You own it. Because of Barry. You're my baby because he crossed the barrier and made you tell you killed a child. You do not know, but But we could even make you tired. Xun that's has out like why let love man. Heart wrenching as that's that's a family, this eight year old baby in Atlanta. Shot on the fourth of July. Why won't if you've been keeping up with the news? Look in Atlanta were Rashard Brooks was killed and that Exchange with the police officer who is now facing charges in Georgia. You know all that all that aside, you know this guy. Brooks. Likely intoxicated, drinking and driving. Had this encounter with police. He grabs the Taser gun runs away. He shoots at the police officer. Police shoots back at him in the same place where The local prosecutors, at one point would say that cops could not use Tasers against suspects because it's a lethal weapon. Quote. Now it's not considered lethal weapon because the suspect shooting at a police officer in the police officer's gun will all that well, there's Has been his roadblock in the staging area. This this area where these protestors have not left since the incident. Or Rashard Brooks. A died in this encounter with police in the shooting incident. They've been added complaining and And protest ng all this time. And it's been rather lawless. Yes, there has been some violence, but it had to take The killing of a little girl of an eight year old child. A baby. She's a baby. She's an eight year old. I have an eight year old. Millions. You know, I preferred him as my baby. I just joke around with him. But it took the death of this eight year old child in Atlanta Toe Finally wake up the mayor. Piece of bottoms during a press conference on the shooting..
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"I've read up but I've talked to a 1,000,000 people who were around back then you know the old clips and my my sense of 80 is that what broke it wide open for Reagan at the end was that debate October 28th at the very end, and all those doubts about Reagan took center stage and just dispatched of them. With that performance. It was a command performance. And yes, to your point. That is the one thing I hear this from the good folks around Trump. That's the one thing I think they, uh, they wonder about right now, assuming you get debates in the fall. If there are those doubts you're talking out of just in general about Biden right now, there are those doubts Right now He's benefited from the last few months of not really being that visible publicly. This was the first Press event he did this week in months. He's in a spotlight in those debates that he hasn't been in for the last few months. How does he perform under that spotlight? Doesn't put any doubts that are out there to rest. That would obviously be that his incredible benefit Or does it create the fee? Does it amplified out on and that would be ah, pretty big variable, and it could change the race. Absolutely. Now. The second thing that I saw the president roll out yesterday in the Fox Business interview is that Joe Biden won't be running the government. He will be the president, but he won't be running the government. The hard left surrounding him will be running the government leader. McConnell has made the same argument. Tom Cotton has made the same argument. The president is obviously going to go with this, Which is a Biden administration is ah, hard left administration at home and in appeasement administration abroad. Does that work when you're running for president? Can you can you run against? The people you're bringing with you or do you have to run against the candidate? Steve Corner? He? Yeah, I think it's tricky. Now again, if if Biden, you know, struggled in the spotlight. I think that could bring those to a different level, but I think right now The problem Trump is having is they want to make that argument. But Biden when he is asked about his questions isn't giving them ammunition. When I think specifically of years, this issue of statues of monuments You know where the discussion has gone beyond or the actions? I should say if other protesters has gone beyond Confederate, you know, Civil war is going to you know Abraham Lincoln, Ulysses Grant, George Washington, Biden was asked about that. In that press event the other day, and he drew a line you know immediately between anything Confederate in anything else, and I just look att and 23 other Democrats running for president. I can look at a lot of the other Democrats who might have won the nomination, and I would wonder if they'd be going a lot farther than Biden is on a question like that right now, but But Biden, I think has an instinct. On a topic like that, in a lot of these other sort of, you know, cultural hot buttons to rein himself in and to not go where the kind of Twitter you know Mass in his party is And I think as long as he does that it really does complicate You know, an effort to run the campaign. You're talking about last question. Steve Kornacki with the dementia question on the table, and I would I don't even frame it is dementia. I just frame at his age question on the table. His vice presidential selection becomes much more important. Does that not? I think I'm putting it in. Afraid what I think I think he should move away from Camilla Harris towards Val Demings because Val Demings is a much more centrist African American woman, then Kamala Harris. And that that will reassure voters even if Joe Biden age is an issue that there isn't Ah, hard left Democratic party behind Biden, What do you think? You know what I've been wondering here on the Kamala Harris versus Val Demings First. Anybody else for that matter is if you remember that first Democratic debate last summer when Kamala Harris had that prepared line where she went after Biden You know, saying, Hey, you were fighting busing in the 1970. I was being bused. I was that little girl. It was in the moment. Devastating and humiliating moment for Joe Biden, obviously not enough to cost him the Democratic nomination. Not enoughto vote Kamala Harris to it. I wonder if that sits in his mind. I wonder if that sits in the mind of the folks close to him. And that ultimately, you know whether that's something I don't think he would ever say, but whether that's ultimately something that pushes him in another direction. I've seen that in the past. I mean, Bill Clinton in 1992 was considering Bob Kerrey. You know, Senator they asked to be his running mate carried run against him in the primaries. Curious that's nasty things about Bill Clinton than service, our lack of service record, I should say. And I think that ultimately pushed Clinton away from Carrie and toward Gore. I wonder if you see a similar thing. OK, bonus question quickly. Val Demings police background. We have a policing problem in the defunding police attaching to Biden. She is a police officer herself. Her husband's a police officer. Does that increase her attractiveness in your opinion, Steve Kornacki to the national political electorate. Yeah, see, that's exactly the reason you were just saying the trump idea is to run against Biden, saying he's going to empower radical. His BP choice is a former police policewomen. Boy, I think that makes it again and complicated. A little bit and and a Floridian. I watched that space Steve Kornacki. Always great to talk to you, Steve. Go watch Hamilton over the weekend. Oh, my culture by culturally deprived guest list is really something. Steve Kornacki, one of the best following Steve Kornacki on Twitter. Follow me, of course over to really factor. 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Chase Rice criticized for packed concert
"Is all kinds of ticked off at Chase Rice. Now for a point of reference here, play a little something from Kelsea. Ballerini. Kyle. I've heard this before that is familiar with her. Definitely heard that other song from Chase Rice, both pretty big names and current country music Will chase Rice did a concert at Tennessee's Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary concert venue over the weekend. Let me repeat that venue name one more time. If you thought the Ah, the rule of home Mortgage Music center was a mouthful. The Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary concert venue over the weekend. Chase Rice did a show and this was the first time I believe he'd been back on stage in front of a live crowd in a while. And some pictures of this event started going around social media pictures and video and it looked like the joint was pretty full and people were shoulder to shoulder, you know. Packed all in there. Nobody wearing a mask. The way concerts used to feel right. So his pictures are going around all over the place of this concert he did in Tennessee. Well. Kelsea Ballerini. She didn't like it. She got her undies in a wad here. This was the tweet that Kelsea Ballerini put out along with a picture of what was happening at the concert. Imagine being selfish enough to put thousands of people's health at risk, not to mention the potential ripple effect and play a normal all kinds. All capital letters normal country countered right now at Chase Rise music we all want and need to tour. I guess we just care about our fans and our family's enoughto Wait.
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"Don McLean behind on. Hi. What's going on in the country? Music world, Donna Oh, thank you so much for because I don't keep up on that. But you are our country music superstar well home, but it's been a long time since I've worked in Music radio. I'm in the same boat as you, but apparently this country artist Chase Rice and another guy named Chris Chance in Put on concerts on Saturday and the people in the audience because Chase Rice took a took video of the audience. Okay, they're all on top of one another, just like you would see people at a concert like in the regular concert. None of them are wearing masks, or at least it seemed that most of them weren't And people are mad at both of them for acting as if there's no pandemic, so they each posted videos that Didn't show any social distancing and chases was in Tennessee. At the Brushy Mountain State Penitentiary, which used to be a maximum security prison. But now it's a concert and you'll say well, and prisoners get some really great team and not just like a minister that comes in anymore. Oh, my gosh, I'm watching it right now. There were 1000 people in the video on his instagram story showed the audience You could see it right. That kind of jammed. Oh, They're all singing back Tio. He took the clip down yesterday on DH. Then the other guy, Chris Jansen was part of a music fest in Idaho. His video showed him playing to a sea of fans. He also deleted that clip yesterday. Well, Kelsea Ballerini. That's where I'm watching this video. Okay, here now, she said some pretty hard stuff. I love it, though. Yeah, she said. Imagine being selfish enough to put thousands of people's health at risk, not to mention the potential ripple effect and play a normal country concert right now. Chase rice. We all want and need to tour. We just care about our fans and their families. Enoughto wait. Well, then it started with a back and forth. Cassidy Pope. Who's also an artist wrote, Wait is this riel? I'm so confused as to how this many people got approved by a venue to gather during a pandemic. W T F Then other people saying, Well, why can there be protests and riots and pride gatherings, But a guy can't make a living because it offends you and your idea of what safe? I'm sure it was a legal show approved. By whom ever? So what's your real beef? Then other people started to chime in saying, I think Bobby Bonds chimed in somewhere here. Basically saying that makes no sense. This is like Getting people together for commerce. You know, it's not. It's comparing apples to oranges. I don't like that statement about protesters, you know? Yes, we were concerned about the protesters. We really were, but the issue was so important and necessary. I felt like In that moment, there is forgiveness with that, but just to go enjoy music is different. Yeah, right well and my putting that the right way. I think so, because I think this guy's doing it to make a buck Ray and they're doing it to have fun. Processors are doing it to protect the lives. But how do you feel voice their opinion. The thing is, like, I don't know that I could have that on my conscience. Oh, I had people gather together charging argument, 50 bucks a ticket and then Finding out that there was a ripple effect right? Because it's not just the people that were at the concert. It's everyone they come in contact with that they could be going, Tio Ah, you know. Visit their elderly grandmother and she passes away. I mean, or you're endangering the lives of people You don't even know, right? I mean, this is a serious thing. It's just That is disappointing and good for Kelsey Ballerini for saying because I'd imagine being so self right? I mean, and that's I mean, that's a big step for somebody to take, because you your your peers. You work in the same industry in the science community, and you run into one another. And sometimes you're on the same tour and Yeah, they both took down their post. There were some other people who posted things that said, you know, you know who's not putting lives at risk right now in country music, even though they would love to be working women. So there is a whole back and forth going on, and it's just It's too bad that people are seeing this as Political instead of as Humanitarian You know what I mean? Yeah. And Corona virus numbers, by the way in that state in Tennessee are on the rise. The other show has a lower number of cases where the other guy Wass, but this guy's acoustic tour is continuing into September. And then they're having. I also see you mentioned this a little bit. Before there that in response to Kelsey Ballerini and Chase Rice, people were putting up aerial footage shows of massive crowds for pride in Chicago. People are very close together as well. Yeah, yeah. I mean, that's a problem. Tio thie. A lot of A lot of the protest ng that I saw so many people were in masks. Yeah, like lots and lots of them. But this looks like nothing ever happened like they never got the memo. Yah! Well and then Maren Morris posted A message that says Chris Chance and blocked you and Shiro. What did Ideo like he made? Nobody thinks she got confused. I guess he'll see ballerina. OK? Yeah. So this is just getting just out of hand. I think and Oh, Bobby Bones did comment he set aside from the obvious, probably also heavy liability here. Just talk to two different attorneys about this. Wow. Yeah, about this concert. The liability. Yeah, Think about that. The How do you get insured? How do you and possible you know, even when you go into a restaurant, they have contact tracing. That's why you have to. Even if you just walk into let's say chili's okay. Okay. And you didn't make a reservation in advance. You have to give them your name and phone number in case Somebody is.