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Internal Polling Shows Just How Much Trouble Democrats Are In

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 1 d ago

Internal Polling Shows Just How Much Trouble Democrats Are In

"This one. Internal Democrat polling, Democrats are quote getting blown out in November. A new report reveals that the Democrats party internal polling shows them getting blown out in November's congressional elections. At a meeting with the D.C., the Democrat congressional campaign committee. Chair, Sean Patrick maloney, said Democrats who are on the bubble and the upcoming election were informed that in battleground districts, the generic Republican is beating the generic Democrat by a whopping 8 points. Biden plus 8 districts are now toss ups. CLF pulled 16 districts that Joe Biden won by an average of 8 points. In those districts, the generic ballot was tied and Joe Biden's approval was negative 8. In those seats 49% of voters say they want a Republican in Congress to provide a check on Biden. And so look, I'm a loyal and public, Donald Trump fan. With that being said, it is just being honest that there is 8 to 15% of the population that will vote Republican that refuse to vote for Donald Trump. Those people exist. I know a lot of those people. I know a lot of those people are Republican in their political perspective, but they are anti Trump in more ways than

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Where Does Eric Like to Vacation?

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:09 min | 1 d ago

Where Does Eric Like to Vacation?

"Next question. Question, two. Vacation time, cabin in the Woods, house on the beach, cruise ship, or sensory deprivation tank. Okay, I would rather die than go on a cruise ship. So let's just say that for starters, cabin in the Woods, house on the beach. House on the beach definitely Suzanne and I love the beach and we spend many parts of many summers in the Hamptons and stuff. But there's something and also on the Jersey Shore. Something about the beach, which appeals to us. And how nice that I married a woman who actually hears the funny thing. Suzanne, this is why marriage can be so great. Suzanne really trained me to understand the beach to say why the beach is great because I didn't used to do the beach until we got married. And she's like, we got to do the beach right. You got the chairs. You get on the umbrella. I didn't get that. I was just like an idiot. I'd wander down like with a towel and be like, why am I here? Suzanne helped me to understand it. So it's because of Suzanne really that I'm a beach guy.

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Is This the End of the Ministry of Truth?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | 2 d ago

Is This the End of the Ministry of Truth?

"That is rare that we're able to say that some of the mockery and backlash that we are able to create is actually successful. And we're so used to kind of being outraged about things and nothing actually improving. Well, the Department of Homeland Security, as you well know, DHS came out a couple of weeks ago with their new ministry of truth the orwellian surveillance board that was going to be chaired by the very sad individual Nina jankovic with a really bizarre singing routine. And kind of the perpetually sarcastic and ironic tone that she takes to all things politics. So Nina jankowitz was supposed to run this thing, 33 years old, author of how to lose the information war and how to be a woman online, of course the question is, what does a woman exactly Nina jenko? She was relentlessly mocked by this program included, not because she just a random person, we don't make a habit of doing that, but because she was going to have a badge, going to be able to investigate people because she didn't like their tweets. That was one of her things. She said, I want to be able to edit people's tweets online. Well, Nina jankowitz went very viral for some of her videos. Do we have some of those videos still? And it's just so incredible. What happened? Effective today, Nina jankowicz has resigned. From the disinformation board, can't handle it, Nina, I guess. You're not up to online chatter, it seems when your own words are held against you. And the Biden regime has now paused the disinformation government's board and they are considering it shutting it down all the way together.

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Laguna Woods Shooter Was a China Communists Sympathizer

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

00:39 sec | 4 d ago

Laguna Woods Shooter Was a China Communists Sympathizer

"Details on the California church shooting Sunday have now come up. Turns out it's a chai calm sympathizer. That's right. A fan of the Chinese Communist Party went and shot up the Geneva Presbyterian Church in laguna Woods. He also brought explosives. It could have been far worse than the one dead and 5 wounded. Doctor John Chang, a physician, is a hero. He ran at him, it took a bullet, doctor Cheng died, but sufficiently disturbed the killer that the other parishioners, including the pastor, were able to hit him with chairs, knock him down, tie him up, take his two guns and not allow him to shut off the explosives.

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1 killed, 5 injured in Southern California church shooting

AP News Radio

00:00 sec | 4 d ago

1 killed, 5 injured in Southern California church shooting

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Parishioners subdue gunman in fatal California church attack

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 5 d ago

Parishioners subdue gunman in fatal California church attack

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Weekend Mass Shootings Dominate News Coverage

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:47 min | 5 d ago

Weekend Mass Shootings Dominate News Coverage

"Killer in laguna Woods, you may not know about. Yesterday afternoon, a 60 year old Asian man, that's the only description I have from the Los Angeles Times, stood up in a luncheon honoring a former pastor at a Taiwanese Christian church in laguna Woods, which is not far from my old home in Orange County. They were welcoming back for a luncheon, Jerry Chen, excuse me, I want to get that Jerry Chandler's the fellow gave the quote the former pastor's name is here somewhere I can't find it, but Tom Kramer, who is the head of the presbytery of Los ranchos. Again, I used to be a member of this Presbyterian. Kramer did not know if the pastor was harmed in the shooting, a pastor clobbered the gunman as he tried to reload with a chair and a bunch of the so called older victims. They were all in their 60s. Those not shot tackle them in hog tied in, but it's a 60 year old Asian man is the killer there. In Harris county, Texas, the more traditional weekend shooting, two young men shooting at each other, wounding three and killing two at a Harris county flea market. At 1 p.m. on Sunday afternoon. So guns are everywhere, The Wall Street Journal, however, wrote about the particular evil of the buffalo shooting. There is a culture of white supremacy in the United States and people need to understand not large, but it definitely evil and it's dangerous because it attracts the unbalance like this 18 year old this was pure evil said Erie county sheriff Garcia in an app summary of the mass murder at a cyber market in Buffalo writes The Wall Street Journal. That appears to be racially motivated. The alleged shooter 18 year old Peyton gendron, the last time you'll hear his name on my show, is another young man possessed by inexplicable hatred.

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Jen Psaki: Can't Find Baby Formula? Call Your Doctor.

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:16 min | Last week

Jen Psaki: Can't Find Baby Formula? Call Your Doctor.

"The Biden administration has things under control. Not to panic. Circle back has the answer on her next to last day today is her final day before she becomes an MSNBC star. Which compared to the Fox News ratings, that's a little bit like being the tallest little person in the room. But she will be an MSNBC star where she belongs. After months and months of spinning for Joe Biden, listen to what she said, when one of the reporters said, well, what are we supposed to do? What are women in America? Supposed to do who desperately need baby formula for their infants. If you thought it was a public health question, which agency should that question be directed to just the very practical immediate question of if you can't find formula and you need it for your baby to eat. What should they be doing? We would certainly encourage any parent who has concerns about their child's health or well-being to call their doctor or pediatrician. Take two aspirin, call me in the morning. Albeit MSNBC in my makeup in my makeup chair. Getting ready for my close up. Call your doctor, moms, but he's supposed to call your doctor.

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Senate confirms Powell for 2nd term as Fed fights inflation

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last week

Senate confirms Powell for 2nd term as Fed fights inflation

"The the the the Senate Senate Senate Senate has has has has confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell for for for for a a a a second second second second four four four four year year year year term term term term as as as as federal federal federal federal reserve reserve reserve reserve chair chair chair chair I'm I'm I'm I'm bad bad bad bad Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas with with with with the the the the latest latest latest latest on on on on this this this this vote vote vote vote the the the the yeas yeas yeas yeas are are are are AT AT AT AT the the the the nays nays nays nays nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen and and and and the the the the nomination nomination nomination nomination is is is is confirmed confirmed confirmed confirmed the the the the final final final final tally tally tally tally overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly overwhelmingly bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan bipartisan the the the the eighty eighty eighty eighty to to to to nineteen nineteen nineteen nineteen vote vote vote vote reflecting reflecting reflecting reflecting broad broad broad broad support support support support for for for for not not not not only only only only Jerome Jerome Jerome Jerome Powell Powell Powell Powell but but but but the the the the fence fence fence fence drive drive drive drive to to to to combat combat combat combat surging surging surging surging prices prices prices prices through through through through a a a a series series series series of of of of sharp sharp sharp sharp interest interest interest interest rate rate rate rate hikes hikes hikes hikes that that that that could could could could extend extend extend extend well well well well into into into into next next next next year year year year the the the the fed's fed's fed's fed's goal goal goal goal is is is is to to to to slow slow slow slow borrowing borrowing borrowing borrowing and and and and spending spending spending spending enough enough enough enough to to to to ease ease ease ease inflation inflation inflation inflation which which which which is is is is at at at at its its its its highest highest highest highest in in in in four four four four decades decades decades decades most most most most Republicans Republicans Republicans Republicans blame blame blame blame president president president president Biden's Biden's Biden's Biden's one one one one point point point point nine nine nine nine trillion trillion trillion trillion dollar dollar dollar dollar cope cope cope cope with with with with relief relief relief relief package package package package for for for for it it it it rather rather rather rather than than than than the the the the fed's fed's fed's fed's ultralow ultralow ultralow ultralow interest interest interest interest rates rates rates rates but but but but many many many many economists economists economists economists have have have have criticized criticized criticized criticized the the the the fed fed fed fed for for for for waiting waiting waiting waiting too too too too long long long long to to to to respond respond respond respond to to to to worsening worsening worsening worsening inflation inflation inflation inflation making making making making taming taming taming taming it it it it harder harder harder harder and and and and riskier riskier riskier riskier Ben Ben Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Thomas Thomas Washington Washington Washington Washington

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Report: Trump officials, meat companies knew workers at risk

AP News Radio

01:02 min | Last week

Report: Trump officials, meat companies knew workers at risk

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How Supreme Court Justices Come to a Decision

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:43 min | Last week

How Supreme Court Justices Come to a Decision

"The big issue is the Supreme Court, Dobbs, the Dobbs decision coming down, at some point, and of course we've already seen the leaked draft from February without really knowing whether or not it's actually still representing the majority opinion. Of course, because all of this is still in flux. This is a process, a Supreme Court decision to the process is a collaborative process that takes a long while usually to unfold and the normal process is after oral arguments the justices will hold a vote. It's preliminary, at which point they decide who's in which camp, who is going to write the majority opinion who is usually the most senior person in the majority will choose who gets to write the opinion. And who's going to write the who's going to write the dissent, whether people are going to write their own concurrences or dissents, and then everybody goes off to their cubicles. So to speak, I'm sure they don't have cubicles at the Supreme Court. And I remember actually really kind of fun to think of the Supreme Court as a cubicle farm, right? All of us have worked in corporate America before. The Supreme Court, there's 9 cubicles. And chief justice has the one with the little chair on this side. But they all go off to their offices with their clerks and they write they write what they're going to write. And then they start moving these papers back and forth. So everybody gets a chance to see what everybody's writing. And they can hone their arguments. They can refer to the majority in the descents, the majority can refer to the sense in the majority opinion. And we get the rather well formed opinions, at least structurally, while formed opinions that eventually are published when the opinions are published.

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The Fed Raises Rates by Half a Percentage Point

Mark Levin

01:53 min | 2 weeks ago

The Fed Raises Rates by Half a Percentage Point

"All right ladies and gentlemen the fed CNBC has raised rates by half of a percentage point That is the biggest hike in 20 years to fight inflation So rates are going up inflation is going up the value of money is going down The value of your salary other forms of income your pension going down the supply chain has been damaged by inflation and Biden and company You're starting to see more shortages on the shelves The war on fossil fuels and capitalism has had an effect because as we talked about the other evening fossil fuels are everywhere Not just in your vehicle not just heating your home or cooling your home Virtually all material Used to build your home packaging cardboard paper assembly lines tractors harvesting wheat on and on and on The Federal Reserve increased its benchmark interest rate by half a percentage point in line with market expectations The rate move is the largest since 2000 and is in response to burgeoning inflation pressures Federal chairman Jerome Powell the fed chair underlying the commitment to bringing inflation down but indicated that raising rates by 75 basis point at this time is not something the committee is actively considering They raised it by 50 This is a big deal

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Secretary Mayorkas: Nina Jankowicz Is 'Absolutely' Politically Neutral

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:19 min | 2 weeks ago

Secretary Mayorkas: Nina Jankowicz Is 'Absolutely' Politically Neutral

"So I want to get into a really critical story that blew up over the past week. You guys all know about it. The ministry of truth, now DHS secretary mayorkas, that's the Department of Homeland Security, asserts that the disinformation board chaired by Nina jankovic, who's a straight out of central casting for the progressive left, is going to be completely and absolutely neutral. From the story, Homeland Security secretary Alejandro mayorkas said there is no question. He could have more effectively communicated the purpose of his newly created disinformation board. So he's giving a Mayo culpa there after credits framed it as a crackdown on free speech. Mayorkas explained Sunday that the board specifically addresses disinformation that presents a security threat to the homeland. No interesting couch couching of language again, this is the game they play. Look at the language. So it presents a security threat to the homeland. So then he says disinformation from Russia from China from the cartels, he said. So he also claims that Nina Jacobs will absolutely be neutral and is renowned expert in the field of disinformation.

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Republicans look to surrogates for boost in Ohio Senate race

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 2 weeks ago

Republicans look to surrogates for boost in Ohio Senate race

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DNC Chair Jaime Harrison: Not Playing Fair Is a Good Road Map

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:43 min | 2 weeks ago

DNC Chair Jaime Harrison: Not Playing Fair Is a Good Road Map

"Because we're so awful, our side is so awful that we're not going to play fair and you got to hear the chairman of the Democrat National Committee agree with him. Let's talk about the fascists on the other side. So I hear that, but I do think there are a lot of people, because we were just talking about you and I, we consume 8 papers in the morning. We look at the minutiae of politics. And most Americans are not doing that. And there are still a lot of people who feel disconnected from the party or maybe even disappointed in the party fair or not. I want you to take a listen, we have Roland Martin on. At the beginning of the show. Brother ro ro is never shy about giving his opinion. So he had a lot to say about what he thinks Democrats should be doing. I want you to take a listen and get your thoughts. Sounds good. You've got to have president Joe Biden stop being scared of senator Joe Manchin and go make the argument in West Virginia and go to the red parts of Mississippi and Alabama and say, this is what we have done and these folks voted against it and this is how we have delivered. They've got to be willing to engage in war. You can not play fair with people who don't play fair. There are no rules. The other side has shown that they will do whatever is necessary in order to win so you've got to say America when they didn't care about you, we did. What are your thoughts? I felt like that was a good road map. Well, it is a good road map and rolling. I want you to know, I'm going to Kentucky and Arkansas. I'm going to be in Mississippi and Alabama. We're going to all across this country. The chairman of the DNC says on national television not playing fair is a good road map.

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What Else Can You Do to Support the Conservative Cause?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:39 min | 2 weeks ago

What Else Can You Do to Support the Conservative Cause?

"All of you have done what has been asked of you. The last couple of months and years. You watch Tucker Carlson, right? You bought the pillow, like you've done everything that's been asked of you, right? You have like a closet full of silver, you have that weird chair that goes up this. You don't even know what it does, but you bought it. You reverse mortgage your home. Like you've done everything, right? And you've given all your Friends pillows, I don't even know what these pillows do, but he keeps telling me to buy the pillow. And now you're like, okay, now it's what I'm going to do beyond that. I'm going to run for office. I'm homeschooling my kids. I'm going to learn about what's happening around me, right? I'm going to contest for righteousness. And I know that this is going to be a long-term project. And that is the kind of takeaway, isn't it? Which is the news that you might not want to hear, but for the grandparents out there, you might not see this whole thing get back to where you want to see it. And that might not be what you came to hear tonight. But not seeing God's chosen people come to the promised land happen to one of our most favorite figures in the Bible. But you just look at your grandkids and say, are you worth it? Because I want them to go live in a free country, right? But here's the brutal honest truth. The insidious forces of darkness we're talking about, they've been plotting for multiple decades with what they're doing right now. You think this woke stuff just happened overnight? No, they built institutions. They infiltrated. We are now just finally waking up. That is the unintended benefit from COVID. Is this great awakening?

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Mainstream Meeting Is Obsessed Over Leaked Kevin McCarthy Tape

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:34 min | 3 weeks ago

Mainstream Meeting Is Obsessed Over Leaked Kevin McCarthy Tape

"Thing the mainstream media is obsessed with these days, if you look over at MSNBC or CNN, and I did, big mistake. They are fixated on this audio tape and a book by a couple of New York Times reporters hoping to continue to stir and spotlight divisiveness among the Republicans because Kevin McCarthy was on the phone with Liz Cheney two days after January 6th. And Kevin McCarthy on tape said he was going to suggest that president Trump resign. Which is, of course, absurd. He had a few days left in his presidency as my friend Mark likes to say, January 6th, 8 some people's brains. Some people became consumed with confusion, lack of focus, and you know, we've seen the images of legislators with gas masks on hiding under tables in the chamber of the House, the barricades that were put up. We saw the video of Ashley babbitt shot dead by a capitol police officer who was thoroughly exonerated in shooting and killing her. But they had a big pile of chairs, I think we ought to take a little bit of time to have a bit of compassion for how that messed with people's heads.

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How Can You Justify Breaking the Law?

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:08 min | 3 weeks ago

How Can You Justify Breaking the Law?

"I want to talk in this segment about the concept of natural law. And I want to do it by looking at an article, one of my favorite publications, the quarterly journal called first things, and the article is by POJ named David Novak. Who is a chair of Jewish studies at the university of Toronto. The article is called the bottom line. And it gets to the some of the conundrums around this concept of natural law, which I think a very illuminating. So Novak begins by talking about reading Martin Luther King's letter from the Birmingham jail. And he says what's really interesting here is that Martin Luther King is breaking a law. It's the segregation law of Birmingham. And yet Martin Luther King is arguing that he is right to do this. He's right to break the law. So David Novak raises the obvious question, how can you justify breaking a law? And Martin Luther King answer is, in effect, I'm breaking the law because the law itself is wrong. The law is unjust. So since the law is unjust, it is just to violate the law. Now, if I'm punished for doing that, so be it, but I am in the right and the law is in the wrong. This is king. It just law is a man-made code that squares with the moral law of the law of God. So here's Martin Luther King saying in effect that there is a law above the law. Well, what law is that? A kind of a higher law. And this is a very direct appeal to natural law. The concept of natural law is nothing more than the idea of a higher law, a kind of a God given law, a law embedded. You may say in the code of nature itself and what king is saying is that our ordinary laws are positive laws, so called laws that are passed by legislatures and so on need to be judged themselves by this higher by this higher standard.

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"first chair" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:51 min | 11 months ago

"first chair" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"It's like it instantly takes me away to some beautiful landscape in the Southwest and so slows down my breathing. And so I didn't know what notes. I play on that instrument. I don't know what songs I play on that instrument. But I play that instrument as a tool to help to really turn off the stress response and my nervous system so that I can stop fighting and running from things and start to lean in and connect and create. What was it about Music? When did you first discover your love of music? Because I hear your passion as you talk about it. Yeah, You know, I have been on stage since I was four. So I don't really know a time where I wasn't experiencing the joy and the energy that flowed through me. I really feel like God's instrument. When I am making music. It's metaphorical. It's literal. I feel the music flowing through my body as a making it. I feel absolutely at home on stage. It's a It's just something I feel like I was built to deal. And but it wasn't until, and I had a lot of great high moments along the way, but it really it wasn't until the lowest moment of my life that I truly understood the power of music in 1995. My five best friends were murdered. Oh, my God. I come from a small town and that's just something that doesn't happen in a small town and I had to go to five funerals in four days. And I played music at each one of those females. But it was rough. But the night of the last funeral I went to go see live music with a friend. And for the first time in a week, I was at peace. Um And I got what everybody in my community was saying about what my music did for them. This gentleman's music did for me, and in that moment, it was like full circle, and I just dedicated my life to helping others reach for music and their toughest times. Your did your parents. Were they musically gifted as well? Is that where that came from? You mentioned you were four and already on stage. Yeah, You know, it's very interesting question, because oftentimes you'll hear that Is there some sort of like, you know? Did you get the music Jean? There's no music Jean. So music is far more complex than just a single gene. My dad was musical. My mom wasn't um, but and so what happens typically is that kids get exposed to music. And then they will either catch on quickly or not, And if they catch on quickly, we say they have talent, and then we reinforced that with more exposure. But at the top levels actually of professional orchestras, the only difference between the first chair and the second sharing any instrument is that the first chair practices twice as long. Is the person in the second chair. So for me, it was just I was exposed to music early on, because we had a piano in the house because you know, back in the day. If you wanted to hear music, you had to make it. So for a lot of us. We grew up with a piano or a guitar in the house, and so it was just available. I'm going to take that quote, and I'm going to replay it for my 13 year old. She just turned 13, who's an orchestrated A couple of orchestras, plays bass. She's been first chair. Sometimes sometimes she's not. That's so true. And it really is true in a lot of different ways. Now, hang with me. If you're listening to this, we're going to make this connection with music and business in a way that's going to positively impact you and get you started on a positive note. As you get going with your work or your business. You're listening to create, build, manage radio show and podcast. My guest this hour is Tim Ringgold. We're back with more right after this. This talk radio is now available on Amazon Echo. Just add the biz talk radio skills and ask Alexa for the latest business news instantly get.

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"first chair" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:43 min | 11 months ago

"first chair" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"It's like it instantly takes me away just on beautiful landscape in the Southwest and so slows down my breathing. And so I don't know what notes. I play on that instrument. I don't know what songs I play on that instrument. But I play that instrument as a tool to help to really turn off the stress response and my nervous system so that I can stop fighting and running from things and start to lean in and connect and create. What was it about music? When did you first discover your love of music? Because I hear your passion as you talk about it. Yeah, You know, I have been on stage since I was four. So I don't really know a time where I wasn't experiencing the joy and the energy that flowed through me. I really feel like God's instrument. When I am making music. It's metaphorical. It's literal. I feel the music flowing through my body as I'm making it. I feel absolutely at home on stage. It's a It's just something I feel like I was built to do. And but it wasn't until, and I had a lot of great high moments along the way, but it really it wasn't until the lowest moment of my life that I truly understood the power of music in 1995. My five best friends were murdered. Oh, my God. I come from a small town and that's just something that doesn't happen in a small town and I had to go to five funerals in four days. And I played music at each one of those females. But it was rough. But the night of the last funeral I went to go see live music with a friend. And for the first time in a week I was at peace. And I got what everybody in my community was saying about what my music did for them. This gentleman's music did for me, and in that moment, it was like full circle, and I just dedicated my life to helping others reach for music and their toughest times. Your did your parents. Were they musically gifted as well? Is that where that came from? You mentioned you were four and already on stage. Yeah, You know, it's very interesting question, because oftentimes you'll hear Is there some sort of like, you know? Did you get the music Jean? There's no music Jean. So music is far more complex than just a single gene. My dad was musical. My mom wasn't um, but and so what happens typically is that kids get exposed to music. And then they will either catch on quickly or not, And if they catch on quickly, we say they have talent, and then we reinforced that with more exposure. But at the top levels actually of professional orchestras, the only difference between the first chair and the second sharing any instrument is that the first chair practices twice as long. As the person in the second chair. So for me, it was just I was exposed to music early on, because we had a piano in the house because you know, back in the day. If you wanted to hear music, you have to make it. So for a lot of us. We grew up with a piano or a guitar in the house, and so it was just available. I'm going to take that quote, and I'm going to replay it for my 13 year old. She just turned 13, who's in orchestrating a couple of orchestras, plays bass. She's been first chair. Sometimes sometimes she's not. That's so true, and it really is true in a lot of different ways. Now, hang with me. If you're listening to this, we're going to make this connection with music and business in a way that's going to positively impact you To get you started on a positive note. As you get going with your work or your business. You're listening to the create, build, manage radio show and podcast. My guest this hour is Tim Ringgold. We're back with more right after this. It's been tough talking to my doctor about.

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"first chair" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"first chair" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Yes come on and listen to free talk live. Yeah you can call in and get your voice over two hundred radio stations globally on the internet and even some satellite channels by dialing six zero three two eight three six one six zero again six three two eight three six one six zero a real quick. I like to breeze through some of the comments. From some of our internet folks watching us on various platforms like vaughn live and twitch. And what else are we on d. Live and there's eight of them. I think we're we're still broadcasting on facebook. We're still on youtube but we're being broadcast on arias youtube channel. Instead of the fruit of strikes we got strikes for in medical information. Yeah with the government's narrative. So anyway i just wanted to say Somebody said sweet haircut. Ian hey thanks. Bonnie did it. She did a great job Somebody else just throws up some horns for The hosts here. Let's see what else says thank you. I love the n. Just tipped looks like nine bucks. And said i love you. You are one sexy man. Beast much love from the galactic order. The order of the ancients the i read that word And blah blah blah so of your hair cut. It has always kind of bothered me. That like okay. How are people supposed to really get a fair trial when you are making them. Look as disheveled as possible. Oh yeah you can order one. I don't know maybe this is just my limited experience but pretty much. Every time i've seen someone go to trial like they have like you know the scraggly beard and their hair's all misshapen. Yeah and it's like. How are you supposed to present like you look like someone who might do something wrong at that point i guess i don't think it matters either way. I mean they're going to do what they're gonna do in the case of nobody Where he was he had a bail hearing was yesterday He'll bail hearing. And i don't think it would have made any difference. He had shaved his beard off or anything like that. That judge had made up his mind in advance. He had a pre written statement that he was reading at the end of the of the end of the hearing. I guess you could say that. The judge could have heard something that would have changed his mind in theory. But i did seem like that was like i was playing devil's advocates about that. Because it's possible aghast like while he was listening to all the opening arguments and all the evidence that he wrote stuff down and then at the end that's what he read typed out a lengthy statement. Well i didn't. I didn't see anything. I didn't see that what he was holding. I couldn't tell there is a piece of paper with typed. Words came on. He wrote down. I agree that he was reading for sure. And my gut tells me that that was a prepared statement from before the trial even possible. I mean i've been in the trial. I've been a lot of court hearings. Where a judge is not looking at the person speaking and looking down at a notepad or something and and making whatever notes or whatever they're doing and i always feel like. Hey dude could you listen. Could you actually like look at the person who's speaking so it actually looks like you're listening and i didn't get the impression that like that judge seemed to be looking you know at the speaking during the hearing. It didn't seem like he was looking down and taking notes. Or like distractedly typing. We couldn't see his hands necessarily. But i didn't get the impression that he was writing. I didn't either again. I'm playing devil's advocate. My gut tells me that you know what you observed is what happened but you know i wanted to initiative prejudiced. Yes indeed Bill de says great to see you. Ian and wicked. Kitty says we love you. He and my husband. And i wear t shirts in are giving what we can so that in the studio it is myself the captain because mountaineer and i'm and let's just go to more of your calls and thoughts. We have vernon calling from louisiana vernon you're on free talk live. I n glider out. I'm sure solitary. Wasn't very much fun. But i would choose that. Passover have being general population myself. Yeah well reading. I don't read very much. Generally so this gave me the opportunity to catch up on the last decade force vacation. Yeah why would they dictate to you that you can't talk the mark even though he hasn't been charged with anything because i thought it was only the people that were charged. I wasn't given a reason. Why get the impression that he is Some kind of potential witness or something they it seems like they don't want me talking to other people involved in the shire free church people that might be involved in financial aspects of the shire free church. That's what i'm getting from. Because melanie is for instance the account for free talk live So i can't talk to her either. So i'm i'm with you on this like that. That exact behavior is what has changed her mind from this. Being incidentally affecting free talk live to this being targeted strike at at our program vernon another question. I had was You said. I think he'd told told everyone that you couldn't be on the computer. A few nights ago does that include like tablets smartphone any kind of device that that can even access the internet at all. That's right yeah. Any internet enabled device. I'm prohibited from using without permission from the probation officer. Who is my minder. basically. And if i'm going to use a thing it has to have monitoring software installed on it. Can you divulge how much you're spending per whatever with all of this with all these conditions yourself the tracking bracelet or they're tracking anklet. That i have on is a location in clinton whatever you wanna call that it is worth one hundred bucks a month and then for each device that tracking software will be installed on and i have to scheduled an install which won't happen until next friday. That was the soonest. I could get them to make an appointment to do that. That is thirty dollars per device. So that's one hundred and sixty dollars per month at this point to ask questions. And then i'll i'll i'll hang up do you think any of these bail These bail things can be changed in the future like. Can you request that. They be re re reviewed. Maybe that changes them then. Can we ever expect you to be in the first chair or you always going to be secondary. Now thank you thanks. It can be requested whether or not it will be granted is obviously up to The judge In the case so permit me to voice my skepticism. At that possibility. Who knows i mean. I'm gonna keep an open mind But we'll see time will tell Yes i can get back into the first chair. I think once. I have the ability to actually do show prep which i would be able to do theoretically once i have access to. Some sort of internet enabled device right so the idea. Is you get a device. Install the monitoring software and then you can do show prep in. Then that's right it can put you back in the first chair. Yep in theory. There's some other things that are kind of priority for you that we don't necessarily need to divulge on on the radio that you'd like to get done so you know some standard daily life kind of stuff that you need to make sure you have access to and the ability to do so That is the goal is to get you back in the first chair. It's michael anyway. you know. Hopefully it's your go as well. Because i can still run the board. Yea can still like press the buttons. That aren't the internet but you can press the phone button because that's a phone so you know. Yeah so it's just a matter of getting you on a device that is approved. If you will by by your current masters. I wanna know what i want to know and i doubt this will be the case. But i'd like to know if i'm going to get time served for being.

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"first chair" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"first chair" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"He had a thing come up and he is not able to be here. That would be met whose normally here. So we'll talk about stuff. I've sort of i was loaded up on gun article. You're loaded for bear. Yeah unruly loaded and then you go like well just for him to shoot them all down again like. That's not even the important stuff right but you know ready to go. But there's other things. I also had a couple of things and fortunately these Some of the sometimes topics or articles that we want to talk about and like we call them evergreen which means they'll be good in a couple of weeks. It's not a problem. They'll stay fresh. You know we'll put them in a ziplock bag in the fridge and you know. Keep them for a couple of weeks. You'll be fine. Toss them in the freezer. If we have to so was frozen. Grapes is a thing here had frozen grapes. You have not somebody amongst the normal hosts freezes bananas but not until they're over ripe okay and then supposedly they're delicious my mom. He'll and you put them in the freezer and then you take him out and eat them like as if it were ice cream or something. My mom does that but not to eat. She does that to like put into smoothies. Wants to bananas overripe not gonna she cuts freezes it and then we'll mix that into a. That's a great idea. i. I've been eating a lot of bananas recently. I the mannheim the walrus no. I'm not the longest mosasaur that's lyrics from a beautiful. No but i have a problem like keeping the rotation so that you always kind of have a banana. That's ready to eat. Like i find myself there either overripe or they're not ripe yet. It all have two different bunches. 'cause i try to you know. Keep a good rotation. So they've got some bananas around phelan snacky. Do you tape off the stem. Like keep the stem cover. Because i heard that's a preservation. The place that i buy these bananas does that for some sort of little stretchy thing over. The the stem of the bunch writes six and a bunch. There's a little plastic thing right over. I'd leave that until it falls off because you know you start on bananas. You know it's too big. That's about the best. You're going to get because there's there's a short window that bananas are actually ripe and ready to go right much like avocados right. Yeah so if you buy a bunch of six. So when i go the supermarket the by the bunch of six i usually look for ones that are you know. Fading away from green Right but not all of them the same color so finding that bunch where it's already a mixed where there already wiping ripening at different rates Is kind of helpful bananas here on free. Talk live two of them. The bunches of six european banana. Wouldn't you like to be a banana to. There is a free talk. Live ten to speak from the perspective of freedom and words. Like you know libertarian. Anarchism and the nonaggression these kinds of words float around all the time. There is a place in. I think they're out of california. If i'm not mistaken it is a. It's a desert place a little store you go into and they basically have frozen bananas like we're talking about but then you can order it with like different toppings deal like roll it in like a chocolate sauce and then add like you know Crushed peanuts or almonds or something to it and different toppings on. Are you gonna listening land okay. This is the name of the place. That's the amazing part right. I just wanted to describe the desert that they offer as their product. And then tell you that the name of this place is banana arche. Nice yeah i would like to open a You know another but anarchy one of those but here in keene. I think that would be great so especially was next to like photo keen great so one of the great things about anarchist energis. Like that right is they shouldn't believe in. Ip and you can totally. Just rip off that. Branding well and i don't. I don't know if that's the case. I don't know if they are. They just thought it was a trendy name. Well lame got you know i. I don't know any of that. I just. I don't know what happened one day. I googled something and banana. Came into my purview. And this is years before. I even moved to new hampshire was fat finger. Typo like oh. This is your excellent hit. The looking up like recipes that contained banana or something and then like i wanted to look up the definition of anarchy. And you know the cursor was already in the search window for whatever. I searched and i just typed the type the word and it was like. Did you mean banana are and i was like what the heck has been anarchy. No i didn't but thank you. Google mistakes that change your life right pleasant mistakes right. Sometimes you make a mistake and it's the best thing that's ever happened to you. I can say that from a musical perspective because a lot of a lot of guitar players. They won't tell you this to your face but they sit around and they noodle on the guitar trying to do a thing that like maybe somebody else wrote or trying to figure out. How so and so did that little thing in the so that he does or whatever and they'll make a bunch of mistakes in the big. Hey actually sounded pretty cool. I'll save that for a little later. So though of my own you know kind of thing so sometimes mistakes can be pleasant. I just like jack black. Who when he can't do it on the guitar. Just does it with his mouth. Yes i've talked about this on this show before where i wanna put together a band like one guy base couple of guys on guitar lead rhythm agai on drums and singer. Oh no and then a singer but like none of the people involved have actual instruments. It's all done with their voice. Their their mouths right so the bass. Player's all dum. Dum dum dum. Dum dum dum done been done right. But like and then. The drummer is kind of doing a modified. Beat box right. Can you just described. Don't worry be happy. Except i wanted to be like rock music understood. Yeah or at least some for those. Who don't know there are no musical instruments. And that's all that is all like bobby mcferrin. And his lyrical voice it would have been cooler to do with the guy from like police academy like winslow. Yeah he does all the sound effects. Yeah that would have been cool. Wow did i introduce us. Yeah okay did. I say the name of the show. Yeah wanna make sure. I'm taking care of my first year duties. I even stole the back part and got that. Now what you did. And that's what's confusing me because you're not in the first chair even though you have been in the first year for the previous however many thursdays it's been several of them if not what a half dozen or something. You were busy when i got here. And i kind of settled in rome. you know. Got my booty groove in the chair and here we are here. 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"first chair" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"first chair" Discussed on 600 WREC

"It's about how the Social justice movement by corporate America is killing us. Perfect. We were talking off air and you said something that I think is very instructive. So don't be very clear. I'm speaking individually. I'm no longer the CEO of rival which is very successful pharmaceutical company you found it. And I stepped back so that I could speak with my own voice. Isn't it interesting that those who criticize this woke ism have to leave their employees. Whereas you could be the CEO. You could be one of the woke CEO is of Coca Cola or united or Delta or wherever else and speak with the voice of the CEO of the company. That said that mean we've lost that. I mean that truth has lost. Look, here's the way I look at it is I've always been a fan of keeping business apart from politics, period irrespective of what your reviews were. I don't think business and politics makes for a good mix. I think capitalism and democracy are left best off when each one is separate from the other, but what we've seen in the last few years. Is a merger of politics and capitalism. On one side of the equation, you saw it and Coca Cola you thought with Del Fi cell with MLB, moving its All Star game out in Georgia this year on account of protest, Ng of voting law and rather technical voting law that the state of Georgia passed. Entered to me today left leaning CEO when they speak out about politics. Somehow that seems to help their business. But if you're conservative CEO, there's really no room to do it, especially in technologically driven industries. That being said For me, it was more a part of state fruit of my own principles to separate the voice of a citizen from the voice of a CEO to separate capitalism from democracy to separate politics from business. I thought that the thing that was the right thing for me to do irrespective of the environment Was to avoid actually speaking on behalf of the company on matters relating to politics, but to be able to still speak as an American citizen who cared about the future direction of our country. And so that was why I stepped aside. You don't fault your decision. I admire it are respected. I suspect there may have been also a touch of wanting to be a good parent mixed in there and and maybe six takes some time to clear your head. You get it. You've been on a pretty old and the new direction you've been there was something about having a kid. You're told here your record, and we never. We never met before this conversation, but you're surprisingly insightful in terms of in terms of getting into my head. Because, you know you don't want something about having a kid. Actually, that motivated me to do this, too, and that he's 14 months old. He was born last February but turned 15 months and Yeah, There's something about having a kid that makes you think about the next generation right. Until then. It's always just been about my career. My advancements, my achievements in me and my wife together. She has her own career. She's insurgent, but we were Focused on advancing and making our own contributions in the presence. And what? You have a kid. I guess we get begin to think about what kind of world he didn't live in. Right? What is his upbringing going to be like? What kind of school is he going to be taught in? How is he going to be educated? And when I looked around and saw the way in which we were beginning? Who pollute the minds of the next generation in a way that might have deprived them of the dream that my wife and I were each able to live. That's first generation Americans in our own right that actually did. That actually was a motivator for me to to say that you know what there's more to life than just building a business but creating an environment. In which everybody can realize their own dreams. And if we're gonna kill that, then we have nothing left as a country that actually defined us. So that wasn't irrelevant to me. If he's already 14 months old, I'm guessing his first chair with the Cincinnati Symphony. And he's already the state scrip. Spelling bee champion is in my right ear off. He runs around and kick the ball around the house, and it won't be that We're grateful he's walking. Okay, so you've been very successful in the pharmaceutical space. Let's talk about that. Um First of all, we have this desperate need to find drugs to to treat and hopefully cure the ails the ills that Ellis on Then on the other side, I want to talk about the over dependence and over prescription of it. And then I want to talk about how we fund the research and development. Then how you recoup that on the back side, But I suspect you've got some some Ted talks on how you fixed for Big pharma and pharmaceuticals period. We hate the fact that we're over dependent on him. I'll tell you. I like the fact that I could pop one pill before I lost weight and lower my my my blood pressure. I love the fact that my dad, who was a very brittle diabetic, can take insulin that regulates his his his comtech, a ninja action that regulates his insulin that keeps him alive. So I'm the two minute version and then we'll get into the longer version. We have two minutes in this segment, go ahead. Well, well, look, I'm passionate about using science to better the daily experience of humanity. No matter the color, your skin, no matter your origin, we all share common vulnerabilities in common in the form of our health. I'm passionate about the link and the power of science to unlock that potential for what it means to treat and cure diseases. I think that it's t speak about the last year, though I'll tell you about one of the topics that is on my mind is I am worried about the perversion of science itself. Good science at its core is a method. It is a method of inquiry. It is a method of including that depends on open debate and questioning its own ideas and skepticism. That is what science thrives on. New discoveries come from being contrary, not from being conformist, and I'm a little bit worried in the last year, including in the year of the Corona virus. The way in which we have transformed our public understanding of science from being about that method to now, being a a new source of authoritarianism to being about what somebody said, who just because they were ordained with the title of being a particular experts, creating a new religion around science with a capital s that actually betrays true science, which is actually the method that leads to all the innovation that we've experienced over the course of the last four centuries as well. So That, I think is the theme of the year for me and thinking about the linkage between the topics I'm writing about as well as the work that I've done in my prior prior life. Somebody who's trained as a scientist and it became an entrepreneur. Investment. Biotech is the way in which the new Temple of Science the new Church of Science, maybe after actually sacrificing what true science is all about, which is a method of opening Corey that we've for gotten in an era where science with a capital s, which is not inconsistent areas seem that we started on that Woke Inc is about The idea that open inquiry that is the basic of the classical liberal model of Western civilization, a small L liberal that that that has been crushed in an era of conformity and the avoidance of hurt feelings by those that air bed weathers. It's happened to the scientific community. It's happened in our military. It's happening the rigorous study and thought and questioning and challenging that was the hallmark of our universe's. We're seeing this in so many areas, and what you're saying is just let's just apply it to science and pharmaceuticals as well. Whether it's research or are applied hole with me for just a moment. The vet Rama Swami is our guest. The book is woke ink. I cannot wait to read it coming up. On this.

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"first chair" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

Fresh Anointing Show

06:50 min | 1 year ago

"first chair" Discussed on Fresh Anointing Show

"As the freshman audience show with james richardson. Let's see what nuggets jahan's has for us today on fresh anointing show. Let's listen now with jay. Richardson fresh annoyed. Top today to you and welcome to the fresh anointing show. Thanks for joining me on another great day that the lord has given to us. How about you are you enjoying your day. I am enjoying monday. Because the lord has allowed me to see it and i'm going to rejoice into be lead in it. Hope you're doing well today. Want to talk with you. From a top inca. The importance of structure a successful ministry in our church will need to come up with a designed structure that helps the organization to operate effectively and efficiently to advance the kingdom of god or to carry out the vision that has been laid out for that organization. There should always be in understanding of the purpose of the organization in order to stab wish the best practices necessary to accomplish the ministry that has been set forth for it to carry out. The structured design will ultimately enable the organisation. The church our ministry to do what god has called it to accomplish. Each ministry church organization should have its own unique fit. You've heard the terminology size fits all well. Maybe in some cases but that's not necessarily true in every case every organization is different. Every church is different. Every ministry is different therefore it structure must be the right fit to carry out the vision that god has given to it. Now here's a key thing that we must understand. Leaders must be in power to lead. They should be given the twos needed to lead trained how to lead and encourage as they lead. Many times. i've seen organizations. I've seen churches ministries of that. They just really put people positions because they need to feel that void at that particular time. That person may not really know how to be a leader. They may not know how to carry out the role that they have been put in because they don't have training. It is very important that leaders be trained in the role and responsibilities that they have been given now. They ought to be encourage the way as well. They ought to be empowered along the way they ought to be given the proper resources along the way leaders should be taught to have eighteen concept or team approach when it comes to serving within their respective therefore it is very important to help them to learn how to work interdependently and not independently because it is vital to the team success. Every leader should be encouraged to have a leadership strategy and objectives and possess leadership commitment. Every leader should be passionate about his or her calling and possess the could tint meant as well as the commitment that comes with that calling most of all a great leader should have the character traits of a caring spirit a disciple spirit a supportive spirit and a giving spirit the church. The organization of the ministry must understand that the pastor should have permission to lead as god directs him. The church's leaders should understand how to lead from a second she our role while the pastor provide leadership from a first chair position as a pastor. A church leader. It is crucial that you communicate to the other leaders and membership. Nee importance of putting god's purpose for the church into action and in accordance with god's standards this must be accomplished as written in the word of god. God's word and its principles must be the authority as you seek god and determine what his vision is for the church. He has called you to lead. How about you. Will you begin to pray. And seek god about the importance of structure for your organization for your church for your ministry that you may be able to accomplish the tasks that he has given to you and advanced a kingdom of god we have to realize and understand how important it is to advance the kingdom of god and not simply try to advance ourselves are to advance the ministry so we can get the glory all we can make ourselves. Look good is not about us. It's about god and what he has called us to do what he has chosen us to do what he has created us to do. He's laid out a purpose for each and every one of us and we must learn how to walk in his purpose until next time. May the lord bless you real good robina things show with j just remember this lord strength of yours who he is not..

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"first chair" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"first chair" Discussed on KTRH

"Radio 7 40 ktrh time for us to figure out the top stories on this Friday morning. Sure has got it all figured out more or less. It's now 7 24 on NewsRadio. 7 40 ktrh are headlines sponsored by very calm Feds trying to do what they always try to do. They want to come in and take over our power grid now. The first chair that P R C chairman says Texas should not have its very own bear county deputies looking for more than 100. Illegal aliens who escaped from a refrigerator truck that had smuggled them in share of Javier or, Salazar said they bailed out and a quick trip gas station in just south of the city. In C S New Orleans wrapping up after seven seasons. That investigative crime drama that was a spinoff will end its love affair with the big Easy After 155 episodes on May 16th more in these stories right now at ktrh dot com. Our next news update will be at the bottom of the hour. I live in southeast Houston. Your forecast is at the bottom of the hour on 7 40 ktrh. Well, here's something you don't have to go chasing. Um, you can just go online. If you have Internet service. Just go online and order propane refill tanks from the folks. It's cinch C Y N. C. H. That's where I get mind because I love the convenience of it. I tried it for the first time, and I thought, Well, let's see how this works. And let's see how long it takes me to fill out my order the sea hang that whether or not they delivered when they say they will and where they will deliver to, and they did. It took me about maybe 20 seconds to fill it out. Name address where I want the tank delivered home. I'm paying for it. And then after that Your tag is on its way. Sammy Little email. Let me know that you're tank has arrived. It's at your front door. Oh, great. Didn't even hear income. Just one of the front door. Pick up your tank and you're good to go now, if you haven't tried since yet, you get a great deal on their first tank exchange. Just $10 you leave your old tank. At that front door, wherever it is, you're we've arranged for and then they'll leave you a new tank. He exchanges right there. It's simple. No more lugging your tank around town. No more.

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"first chair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:56 min | 1 year ago

"first chair" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"I'm AccuWeather Meteorologist. Spill Dagger News. 93 Point wanted kfbk currently unhealthy air quality in Sacramento due to all of the smoke from the fire 72 degrees that news 93.1 kfbk on a hazy Monday morning, we'll head off to a little bit of money with Kelly. There's a Jenna Bees Burford and brothers. What's on your mind? Stir well, just Apple stock split because today is the beginning of that process, where everyone who owns one chair will get additional three shares. And, of course, it doesn't change the value of the company because instead of Having one share for $500 a piece you're going to get 425. But it does make their stock more accessible Tome or investors and that should drive up the value a little bit because Stocks are not just about the performance of the company and what's going on. It's also about supply and demand. Who wants to own your stock. And for what reason? So that is happening today. It all becomes final about one week from today. Covert case is declining, FDA approving plasma therapy Which could reduce mortality by about one third fast track status. Maybe for a vaccine or two as they all try to get to the finish line very, very quickly. And you have Ah, Congrats. Excuse me. Presidential candidate Joe Biden talking about tax that he believes taxes should be raised for anyone making $400,000 or more in this country. Let's check the real time numbers. Dow up to 59 28 1 89. So now the Dow's about 4% below its all time high. Kind of lagging. The other averages who have already hit all time Highs. NASDAQ Up 6 11,003 17 the S and P s up 18 points or about one half of 1% gold down 4 1942 Announced 10 Year bond Yield 100.63 All right. Thanks so much, Kelly. Now let's check in with Kitty O'Neil and find out what's coming up on the carefree afternoon news. Hey, Kristina and Sam with conventions going on the questions they're coming. When does my ballot come in the mail. Can I still vote in person? We'll have answers from the second. Oh, County Registrar voters this afternoon. All right, Kitty. Terrific. Will hear from Kitty starting at four o'clock this afternoon. August. 24th is the daytime for what year? What happened? Albert Parnell hit us. Yes. One hit you with the year 18 91. And that's when Thomas Edison apply for this patent for the motion picture projector. Oh, that was a good one to get. Oh, yes. Not many of them are working today. No. Yeah, Not a lot. The next one I have is the year 1932. And that's when a million Erhard became the first woman to fly across the United States nonstop from Los Angeles to Newark, New Jersey, Okay. And the last one I have is the year 1963 that is little Stevie Wonder. Yes. How little 12 years old? Oh yes. 12 years old Stevie Wonder he became the first artist to ever score.

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"first chair" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:34 min | 3 years ago

"first chair" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"One chairs down about seven percent on that data breach but overall it is kind of a mixed day for corporate earnings news we had a P. and G. and Merck both reporting numbers above a forecast PNG shares right now higher by four percent Merck up one percent but on the other hand we have Columbia HC a healthcare the old Columbia HCA healthcare dot about nine percent second quarter numbers kind of highlight the slow down again the company's pricing so the stock is down about nine percent over although the market a bit on the back foot bear in mind we do have the apple numbers reporting after the bell today right now the Dow weaker by tenth of one percent S. and P. five hundred down about two tenths nasdaq composite down about one tenth of one percent we've also got the fed meeting taking place day one today tomorrow afternoon two PM all street time will have a special coverage of the decision likely to be a twenty five basis point cut at least that's the consensus forecast interestingly today the Wall Street journal sat down with that fit your Janet Yellen now she was saying she would support a twenty five basis point cut this week because of the US slowdown globally in the economy along with low inflation even so should that happen Yellin doesn't see this as the beginning of an easing cycle unless things change that's the cabbie out ten year treasury right now yielding two point zero six percent crude oil fifty seven eighty five so we're up about one point seven per and on the day the dollar remains kind of flat against the majors slightly stronger yen slightly stronger offshore Chinese you want as the trade talks in a Beijing kick off that's a look at markets let's get back to Bloomberg businessweek Doug thank you so much for that look at what's going on across the markets later on we're gonna talk a lot about apple those earnings coming out as you heard all eyes are going to be on that I ran into John Butler B. I. Intel Intel R. B. I. analysts and he was saying this is usually a little bit of a quiet corner but it feels like there's a lot of expectations well there is a sense of when shares earlier this morning Ralph about seven tenths of one percent leading all of the nasdaq lower and really comes down to that iPhone we know that we're sort of in a period where maybe consumers aren't upgrading that I phone and it does make up a portion of their revenue despite apple and trying to continue to say that their services company the iPhone so very important another company the people are keeping a close eye on these days is Victoria's secret we talked a little bit about it yesterday L. brands the parent company they're Jordan Homans can be along later to tell us about some of the reporting she and some colleagues have been doing around Victoria's secret not so much to a great story here in twenty nineteen right we were talking about how just for me doesn't resonate with the me too movement doesn't really stand or represent anything that I think women want these days it's a great story in this week's edition of the magazine well let's set the business we get jammed it now turn to the team that's gathered in the studio Elena pepino equity markets reporter for Bloomberg and Mike Regan senior editor for Bloomberg markets they're both here with us in our Bloomberg interactive brokers is studio Elaine I want to start with you you heard Doug sort of walk through the numbers letters the contours of the markets right now very much earnings driven anticipating the fed what do you guys talk about on the desk it's interesting that volatility is up for the second consecutive day but it's still near record lows it's I it we didn't see period right now so there is not a lot happening the low volatility part of the market these low ball ETFs are seen an increase in the volatility and in some price swings just because it's been one of the areas that's had a lot of attention early this year it technology is rebounding after a little bit of a week right over the past few sessions but overall you know it's all about what is going to happen today or tomorrow rather some earnings after the bell today apple mainly but you know all attention on the fat well you mentioned the earnings and Mike Regan I want to turn to you very interesting Goldman Sachs late last night just the latest to revise earnings per share lower while boosting the gear and price sorry for the S. and P. what is going on all right it's a it's a bit of a head scratcher but you're right so the lowered their EPS growth forecast for two thousand nineteen to just three percent that's down from about six percent looking for a hundred and sixty seven dollars earnings per share for the S. and P. five hundred and for twenty twenty they reduced it as well by about six four Bucks rather two hundred seventy seven dollars yet the head scratcher they raise their price target so the raising their year end target for the S. and P. for this year to thirty one hundred so about a twenty four percent gain for the full year about three more percent from here and then they're looking for about a ten percent gain next year to thirty four hundred so looking for valuations to expand next year that's kind of I guess what you would figure would be the typical reaction to investors to the prospect that that that the fed will be on an on an easing campaign at least one rate cut and potentially be on hold for awhile seems to be the way Goldman is is looking at it that's kind of it's it's singer that's kind of a common theme that's come out this week Janet Yellen had some remarks at a conference in Colorado saying it yet don't expect any easing cycle this could be just one cut bill Dudley on Bloomberg opinion basically saying the same thing said they they they might not cut rates more than just one so it seems like you know the people that should know the fed's thinking out there warning people not take expect a a major easing cycle I Goldman kind of echoing that thought could saying well eventually economic growth will resume ill on on pace next year and that should be enough to keep the the rally going despite earnings that aren't looking as rosy as they were earlier this year Mike and to your point it's really interesting that Goldman is joining a list off BMO Jeffries Morgan Stanley all of these firms cut the EPS targets for the year and not have them up cuts or a lifted before Goldman is the price target for the S. and P. five hundred so what it means is that the earnings of the earnings that have been driving the markets for most of this bull market are important but what the fed is going to do is arguably more important for the short time yeah and and to some degree they're just reacting to what's on their screen down we've seen earnings expectations come down all year and the and the market still rally you know it's just such a one eighty change from what we went into the you're thinking that the fed would be on a tightening campaign we see higher rates that would push valuations lower now it's no other way around we're gonna see lower rates and higher valuations yeah it'll be interesting to see how it all plays out of the course of the next few days because as you say some big earnings big fed meeting and let's not forget jobs day on Friday all right my Cregan senior editor for Bloomberg markets Elena patina equity markets reporter for Bloomberg but joining us here in our blue Burke interactive brokers studio let's do the Bloomberg markets by the day it's do it I got to say I love this one today's number is three million dollars sixteen year old Kyle we call him beluga gears store he became the first fortnight World Cup champion this past weekend on Sunday at Arthur Ashe stadium here.

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"first chair" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"first chair" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Info from one one chair on one the you know the three for three people right and they're both lazy boy they're both being very very excellent condition to all of them won the world I like to have a hundred dollars for the lazy boy and fifteen dollars for the year fifteen for a chair yeah and a hundred percent for type what colors are they round round coffee brown okay all right in your in Baltimore city in the county to county okay right for a sick all right corporate colonel Clark night after ten o'clock if you want the lazy ball or he's chair I or the so far fifteen dollars to the chair and a hundred dollars from the sofa right okay give us your phone number David yeah four one zero four eight six two one three food for ten to four eight six twenty one thirty six of you on the lazy bill boy chair and so forth or either one separately thanks David right bye bye again open lines for ten nine two two six six eight zero get on there come on still got I'm a half hour guy in Reisterstown are you a are you still on outspoken people for I got I got a real nice of coin collection I got silver dollars I got I got some gold coins a lot of you know like you know large panties two cent pieces green apples I got it I got a lot of stuff if anybody's interested in starting a collection just give me a call coins in good shape yeah I got things and really nice shape yeah like the model like and now you're gonna Sir to downsize a little bit huh yeah yeah a little bit okay so what I mean what's the oldest one you have I got like called Hyperion penny from seventeen twenty two like an old colonial coins wow okay is that worth anything maybe a hundred fifty two hundred dollars okay all right if you want to talk to god that is going to tell you exactly what he has and it's you know I've always the coins are a good way to find out about history and all that going back there you know yeah all right so if you want not what number can I call guy all.

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"first chair" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"first chair" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"It's aria and Mark. We've got we've got quite a crew eight here. So aria you're sitting in the first year where I normally sit because you're not gonna learn how to do the first chair of that during the first chair, right good point tail and do it for freedom as well. The only difference you know how you guys take calls and how you dump calls. It's true. No doubt have proven yourself to be highly qualified for this position. And I may just give it up because it's not like it's desirable, or anything. I don't know. I enjoy doing it. I'm glad you can drive. I don't care and Dave Ridley from the Ridley report you are here and hanging out. I guess you have some big plans for Keene. I don't know if I would call them big, but they might be interesting. Okay. Well, tell me about can can you tell you briefly? Where are you? Tell tell about your website, real quick, Iran. Read the report dot com. It's like a poor man's teeny station, and it's known mostly for we do ambush interviews of politicians and bureaucrats. Very awesome. And it's not. I don't see it coming. You catch them like when they're eating dinner or something tactful than that. I go to government meetings small easily local government just when they're not expecting local and state government meetings, and confront politicians who never get asked questions by reporters about anything difficult also. Yeah, I will have to check this out them. Well, you're too late. Because I'm I am reimagining the report. And that's why aren't they? Okay, so tomorrow, anyway. Yeah. Tell us about the dream you have for it as the staff now. What do you intend to do with it? I am switching at least some of the time in to what more and more of a street theater mode. So that now the government buildings instead of waiting for the meeting to happen. I can do something with them just 'cause there's just government buildings or standing there. So I've got a series of speeches written up. I have a complete Winston Churchill costume. I am going to deliver a series of speeches as though, I were Churchill, denouncing the Nazis. Do you put a pillow in your belly? Do I need one? I don't know. Yeah. I, I think I being a little more rotund than I I'm honored that you think that I've got a few years to go then continue, being Churchill first Lord of the admiralty Herschel, prime minister, Churchill first Lord of the admiralty had haired, not when he was well he had heroin. He was he had hair when for the first time he was first Lord in nineteen fifteen. Yeah. Ninety ten whenever he took office. But when he was one correct. Yeah. That is an extensive knowledge about Churchill could probably pass for a history. The two the two of us. I will certainly concede the Dave knows more. I just happened to know what your chil- look like in World War One, and then it will war to these are the times what he is sort of most interesting. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. There's a speech from him in from ninety-nine in already sounded like him to some extent. You know. But he was definitely a good oratory. Yeah. So your plan for the relaunched really report is to dress like Churchill routinely. Or is that just a one off thing? No. It'd be pretty routine of already done a series of speeches. You can always already find them on the channel speeches into the camera. But for, for instance, tomorrow, I'm going to go to the spot where Tom ball burned himself alive here in and who. And why? I knew people forget, just how crazy Kim can be so. Yeah. There was a guy in twenty eleven who was upset with the government and in protest. He walked up to the superior court building and set himself on fire and died. Yep. To add to that a little bit. He had had a situation run in with the family court and basically wasn't allowed to see his kids over what appeared to be pretty normal trial discipline. And I presume that the wife who you know, with the divorce occurs that she's not wanting him to see the kids. It's not like that's never happened before. And..

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"first chair" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

09:09 min | 3 years ago

"first chair" Discussed on 710 WOR

"If you haven't seen it yet in the financial district spectacular Tribeca grill, but tarred and many many more drew how you doing. Good morning miss the Mark how you doing very good. What goes on mother's day set of big that must be a big day for restaurants. Unbelievable. Actually, it's the busiest single day for almost everybody really say, I yeah. When I used to work at the tavern on the green, we thousand people I mean, it would come in busloads. Every you have to pick out your mother you have to go out. Now, the only other day that said busy is Valentine's Day. But then it's all tables to which you said screws you up because you have to get rid of your big tables and just have tables too. But if easier it's an easier day because serving to people a lot easier than serving twelve because all the kids and everything else. Stupid questions that people ask me you gotta table for six. The waiter comes out with all the orders. How does he know who gets what they all seem to not listen. We number. We never the chairs. Oh, even though even though we number the chairs would they still screwed up? Because obviously if they put the first dish now wrong every dish is going to be willed. So then when you don't know, but then you you actually put a piece of tape on one chair. That's the number one. You know, that's for the brain dead weight. Is that we have really been yet. But yeah, you're right. You know, the orchestration of who gets what it versus, you know, use. It was like. So in other words when the waiters right down the order. Somebody has the pasta pasta cheer three. Right. You're exactly how so little things like that. It's it's not rocket science city. See it is reading about these vegan burgers this plant based burger McDonald's bracketing they're all going to carry it. Are you under pressure all the restaurants to go? Our burgers, burgers at Madison Square Garden. I get a lot of requests for, you know, Turkey burgers, or, you know, Regan stubborn. The thirty little secret is I've never tried one. I have I really have to try one because of a member a big fan of anything. You know, calling something burger what it's not a burger, you know, but I think, you know, the size of this is very good. You know, they getting like, you know, beat burgers to bleed looks like beaches in apparently, you know, depending upon the way of it's cooked a Griddle, or, you know, however, it's cook. And what you put a button, and you know, as you probably disguising the flavor. So it's possible that they're very good. Hey, you he went back to the seventies. All the top restaurants were French restaurants with the heavy sauces and the creams and all that stuff. No wonder they get wiped up people don't want to eat like that anymore. Well, you know, you're right. I mean, you know, I worked at all those restaurants, and when I open my restaurant, you know, I wanted to do an American restaurant American, but it was like I was working with. We had a I was calling about a little more. Which is a very expensive. Why he was like it was like a a message from God. Call your restaurant lower say, which I did. And it ran for twenty two years. Then this last incarnation where I have no risk Bitar as you know. Yeah. I didn't want it to be Frank. But guess what I we were just named one of the absolutely best for risk slits. Austrian. But you know, hey, there's a couple of Austrian chefs around ten they're really good these Austrians. Yeah. Because you know, there's a there's a there's a flavor in the food from that region. That's a little bit different. The reason I I didn't want it to be friends is exactly what you say. The food was at got into cliche into heavy. Guess what happened? You know, we're we're open about five years now, then they opened a restaurant called Luke cuckoo, all classic French dishes. They raised about it. My next door neighbor. French had just won best new restaurant from the James beard, two nights ago. So, you know, friends who is back. Yeah. No mission about I'm not a wine expert anything about why. But whenever you're eating with a wine expert, they calls over this Somalia and discussed the wine for twelve minutes. Trying to figure out what he wants to order just pick something if you're if you're such an expert shouldn't you know, what you want when you go in well two things have happened. Wines have gotten extraordinarily expensive. I mean, I own a wine store on fifty seven of their crush just for me to buy the wine now and what I have to Mark up. It's crazy. In restaurants. They use the markup Puna half three times. So a lot of the discussion is because these are all the hundred and fifty dollars or more and you and now the worst thing has happened more. There's something metro ones we we can get into this another time. But these natural lines are now turning up on list. There's some lists that are hundred percent natural ones. And nobody knows what those lines are there. Like there's so bizarre and they're expensive. Well, wouldn't all wind to be natural from grapes? No, no, no, no. They're adding sulfate and sulfide, and you know, they're they basically the one. Size oil sorts of craziness a million years ago. They were saying they make all their money off the liquor. That's not true anymore. Is it the? Oh, no, no. No, no. In fact, it's, you know, be again because of the rising price of all spirits and wine. It's actually your markups are way different now. I mean, you you will go to a restaurant you will not find a one under sixty dollars. And that's crazy. You know, if you're two people eating out, and it's that's a lot of money. Now, wouldn't you admit Pepsi or coke taste one hundred times better than any wine? You know, it's funny because I got sixty I don't drink any soda whatsoever anymore. I was a huge diet soda drinker. And let me tell you something you can get off that stuff. I it that is the one thing. That's America's dirty little secret. You know, we still should water, you know, all around the world, and, you know, make a fortune one day, you know, it's like cigarettes. Be done with that. I mean, maybe have to get the sixty nine a stroke to do it. But give me I'm with you. I haven't I only one glass of soda year. That's about it myself off of diet more with the club soda. That's not that way. I just drink water. Now, I'm very happy. Oh, that's good. Yeah. I'm very happy. You know, your restaurants Nobu in Tribeca grill in baton you get all the biggest stars in the world. We don't want to mention any names. But what are some of the craziest orders a lot of people? Can't just order. What's on the menu? They gotta redo everything. You know? I it's very true like eating, you know, everybody eats very idiosyncratically sauce on the side. What what I find? Now it nobles. They're starting to win the dishes. Like, you know, I was out with a guy, you know. And he can you make me this kind of a will sushi roll. But with the lemon inside and outside role hills. I I lost track. I said, well that sounds interesting. I'm gonna try that by the biggest question, I get is like who's the biggest pain the, but you know, what celebrity you know, is difficult, and they're really this day and age, you know, that we got rid of Harvey Weinstein. Everything's fine. Good. Dell Dell is like a huge Nobu person, you know, years ago, I used to in one when I went to London beyond say would beating by itself. I mean, you know, the restaurant is this on its own good food. That's really what it comes down. I think you'll be able to confirm the bigger the star that easy. They are to deal with the the biggest star the easiest customers. Well, you know, we just had the Tribeca film festival, and we do a jurors lunch the Jerusalem movies, and we had Billy crystal rob Reiner. And you know, you name it. They were there over the years. We've had you know, every single start. And you're right. They're they're very easy. The only. Yeah. This is not a difficult thing. But you know, we have a luncheon with like, you know, really interesting to Tribeca grill. But Whoopi Goldberg when she comes it has to have our hamburger, you know. So we we we we know that now that's the retain we have we have amber. Oh, yeah. Actually, you do that great store, obviously. No, boo. The best most famous sushi in the world. But if you go to petard, which should you order, you know, toward Austin menu. We have of the leaner schnitzel casino. He's australian. Oh, and it's like the tastic potato salad and Lincoln berries. Unbelievable. But I just had my anniversary dinner there with my wife, and we you know, we have a tremendous winless there. But I had duck dish that would doing those just wonderful so good there. Try petard in Tribeca or Tribeca grill or Nobu on mother's day because you already probably have a reservation, but yeah, we just see, you know, mother's day. Everybody has to go. And then big tables, you know, so it's tough. It's a tough afternoon for us. All right. Well, great talking to you. We'll do it again soon. Thanks for being with us. Hey, every pay some great stuff watched the new sitcom Trump feld. Also, they're making a new sopranos movie prequel, but take a look here's some.

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"first chair" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"first chair" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Is free talk live eight fifty five four fifty free. Sorry about that. We had our levels off a little bit. That's what you get for having a just newly rookie complete new been the first chair. So I apologize for that. If it was a little loud. My name's Chris. And we're in the studio with Ian and Rich Paul and we've been all over the board like we are off to do. But one thing I do want to tell you want. I'll tell you about a couple of different things. First of all you can reach us again on our toll free number eight fifty five four fifty free. You can also hit us up on discord at discord dot, L dot FM. Let a little client, and you will sound should you like to join the show joined the show like you're right here in the studio with us. You can also watch us because we have studio cams. You can watch us. Brand dot FM. And part of what we do. Also is we offer your archive? So this show has archives going back to what nine two thousand six two thousand six there are some that are that exists earlier than that. But you only come find those on Torrence near a little bit harder to find. Yeah. But a rich history of libertarian and liberty minded discussions on the regular radio show. But some people don't always have that amount of time to listen to a whole episode. So you can do a couple things you can read listen to the daily digest, which are done by our good, friend Riley. And you can also check us out on clips dot freetalklive dot com..

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"first chair" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"first chair" Discussed on KOMO

"As well. Our next report is at two fifty four seven Smith. Komo traffic. We survive the first punch, but to more coming our way in the next couple of days. Snow will start falling this afternoon it continue into tonight we could see one to three inches. Highs will be in the thirties. So that means the snow will stick around the lows overnight. We'll be in the twenties. Another snowstorm is forecast for Monday into Tuesday for another four to eight inches. I'm Kelly by with your forecast from the KOMO forecast team. It's a north northwest lifestyle weekend on KOMO news road trip or remote flyway adventures await continues. Here's Seth Wayne. We are back with Ross McTaggart first of all Ross. Thank you again. So much for being part of our show Ross from Zimbabwe. Yes. From Zimbabwe all the way in Africa. Yeah. That's so fantastic. What made you get into cruising? So I finished university by figured well. Now's a good time to see the world. I was planning on just doing it for a year and ten years later. I'm still here. I love. Yeah. Do you have a favorite spot? I know that's really hard to say people ask me all the time too. So I'm going to turn the tables and ask you to be honest. I don't have I done have art, right? Yeah. I don't have to. Every week or in the world. It always has something different offer. Whether you're over in Australia New Zealand, I mean, you spent New Year's. You know, whether you here in the Caribbean where we are now, it's beautiful sunshine beyond the beauty Alaska. When you're in the Mediterranean, seeing the various historical sites, or if you're Monte-Carlo if you're ever in no way, Greenland Iceland, Canada, New England is a great place. The world is wordplay world is your host. And it's not as big as you think it is. So true. I love that is so true. You're absolutely right. And Oprah Winfrey. The godmother here of the new we just watched her dedicate this ship in an amazing amazing venue. We'll talk about the venue coming up. But we're going to repeat what she said. And this is what we talked about the earlier of the show. You can't buy the experience that you can see around the world, you you cannot do that. All right. So let's talk about the venue. You could by the way. See my pictures on Instagram at Seth Wayne the world stage is. I've never in my life seen something like this. Yeah. It's an incredible venue just to give you some highlights of what it is. It has a beautiful turn seventy degree LED panel wall that surrounds the entire room. You have a stage which extends out into the crowd. So it's somewhat all encompassing. You have a three hundred and sixty degree where we'd like to call Donut LED panel that comes down from the roof yet project is that project images onto the floor of the stage. So it's it's nearly three dimensional. It's incredible. We have these beautiful lasers were that we utilize as well, the lights the smoke systems, and you call night that altogether. And you have shows that unlike anything you've ever seen let alone on a cruise ship. We have one chair in particular was produced by step one dawn's company specifically for us Cher called humanity. And with the very fist cruises that we had in fact on the very first the inaugural cruise now bear in mind, that's a fourteen day cruise. That's not a cheap crews. I had people walking out of the very. I show saying that that particular show on its own was worth the price of the entire cruise. Isn't that incredible? He has I'll tell you what here's something. Even more incredible. It's being performed for over the period of two months. It has never been done without a standing ovation at the end of everyone. Wow. Yeah. And that's and that's a combination of the steady the technology and the high calibre dawn's partner together. It's it's a show that will literally move you. Now, I'm not one to normally be moved by shows, but you will physically be moved by because it just is. So that's the thing about Holland America line. They're very innovative on their ships, and especially this ship. It is. So I mean it still smells like new ship people walking around and ship smell. Yeah. Right. It's exactly it's one of those things. But that is so awesome. I mean, you literally feel and I was in there for Oprah's, dedication, and watching Oprah and all of the the movement onstage. It made you feel like you're a part of the entire production..

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"first chair" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"first chair" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Two guys on ESPN radio Super Bowl week. Ready arou-? Meena gones, Diana Rossini right there. I don't know if they like each other. It's a good question. I'm gonna we're gonna find out together. They're gonna join us right now on the shell Pennzoil performance. Rossini? Came after meantime, on Twitter in a way that I thought was aggressive and unprofessional, and frankly ESPN on ESPN crime that is not tolerated. We'll get to that in just a second. Our thanks to Pat McAfee for joining us earlier. He was exceptional. Thanks to Kenny G for all he does for us because it's fairly ridiculous. As is the sentence. The backstreet boys will be on with us in thirty minutes Super Bowl week. I mean what a week at Mark summers and the vaccine. I don't happen to one week. I want Bruno we wanna get to Meena and Diana on the backstreet, boys. But the thing that needs to be addressed. Immediately is Diana just told everyone that she was coming on our show. And she said I just discovered. Meantime was first chair trumpet but had to get braces. So she quit. It's a sad tale. I had braces to but was I chair in Alto. Sax. But didn't quit. Some of us are just more driven, Diana. The floor is yours. I and we will allow Meena whatever meek rebuttal. She'll have. Well, it was fun to discover that somebody had passion for music and we'd heard penny g was on. So I was trying to figure out why he was on before us. I was like I played sax for eight years. I was in jazz lab, I share. I just felt that we've probably should've come before him. So mean, it was like, wait. I played the trumpet, but I quit because I had breezes. And I think that tells you everything about who Meena is I wonder what the braces have to do the Trump totally different instruments. Because when you're play the trouble, you're smoshing your teeth into the instruments a lot of people quit because of braces, whereas read instrument, it doesn't really matter because you're ever it's hard. I've never looked to read well to play the saxophone. And you to do with braces as well. I also this addresses your question about our dynamic. I asked her why did you take up the saxophone to which she responded because it sounded like sex to which I responded, we are so different. Very different. It does sound like sex thought it would be rebellious. I thought it was like a bad girl is twelve I was raised like a very good. Well, behaved Catholic schoolgirl. So it was here's a way to get back at them gonna play the saxophone been pretty good that read can you guys? Please put it on the poll at lebatardshow was everyone else as disturbed as I was by Stu. God's going in there and saying, yeah, it sounds like sex, Dan. And not knowing anything that he's talking about neither the horn, nor the sex the sex Afon. Thank you. That's amazing. Speaking the same language. That's exactly what I was thinking. Like, oh, it sounds cool to horny for me. What are you guys? Doing Trump a joke. I know I know it was a Trump Meena don't light it. No, we didn't know Trump joke. We thought you just stumbled accidentally in Horning..

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"first chair" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

03:28 min | 3 years ago

"first chair" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"On ESPN radio Super Bowl. Wake. Radio row. Meena cons. They interests seeing right there. I don't know if they like each other. It's a good question. I'm gonna we're gonna find out together. They're gonna join us right now on the shell Pennzoil performance. Rossini? Came after meantime, on Twitter in a way that I thought was aggressive and unprofessional, and frankly ESPN on ESPN crime that is not tolerated. We'll get to that in just a second. Our thanks to Pat McAfee for joining us earlier. He was exceptional. Our thanks to Kenny G for all he does for us because it's fairly ridiculous. As is the sentence. The backstreet boys will be on with us in thirty minutes Super Bowl wake. I mean what a week at Mark summers and the backstreet. Don't happen. In one week. I want Bruno we wanna get to Meena and Diana on the backstreet, boys. But the thing that needs to be addressed immediately is Dan just told everyone that she was coming on our show. And she said I just discovered. Meantime was first chair trumpet but had to get braces. So she quit. It's a sad tale. I had braces to but was I chair in Alto. Sax. But didn't quit. Some of us are just more driven, Diana. The floor is yours. I and we will allow Meena whatever meek rebuttal. She'll have. Well, it was fun to discover that somebody had passion for music, and we'd heard Kenny G was on. So I was trying to figure out why Kenny was before us. I was like I played sax for eight years. I was in jazz lab, I share. I just felt that we've probably should have come before him. So mean was wait. I played the trumpet, but I quit because I- breezes, and I think that tells you everything about who Meena is I. I wonder what the braces have to do with the Trump totally different instruments. Because when you're the trouble, you're smoshing your teeth into the instruments a lot of people quit because of braces, whereas a Reed instrument. It doesn't really matter because you're have you ever victory. It's hard. I have never looked to read well to play the saxophone. Hard to do with braces as well. I also this addresses your question about our dynamic. I asked her why did you take up the saxophone to which she responded because it sounded like sex to which I responded, but we are so different. Very different. It does sound like sex thought it would be rebellious. I thought it was like a bad girl. Twelve will. I was raised like a very good. Well, behaved Catholic schoolgirl. So it was here's a way to get back at them play the saxophone. Been pretty good that read can you guys? Please put it on the poll at lebatardshow was everyone else as disturbed as I was by Stu. God's going in there and saying, yeah, it sounds like sex, and and not knowing anything that he's talking about neither the horn nor the sex the sex Afon. Thank you. It's amazing. Guys, speaking the same language. That's exactly what I was thinking. Like, oh, it sounds cool to horny for me. What are you guys doing? Trump a joke. I know I know it was a Trump. Lena, don't light it. No, we didn't know Trump joke. We thought you just stumbled accidentally Indo Horning..

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"first chair" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

Other Side of Texas

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"first chair" Discussed on Other Side of Texas

"Well, it is. Oh, there it is. By contrast, the bomb dropped on hero. Shema had fifteen kilotonnes. So about half as strong is the worst atomic attack in the history of the world being produced right outside Rydin outside Amarillo, just when you didn't think Amarillo could get any cooler here. They are building a new nuclear mini hero Shema bomb. They were going to get Panchen Varas on this big show stick right with this here on the other side will get Representative on in these roll along here on the other side. In. Began. Hung and saw. Mm on the phone with us. He is state Representative out of house district seventy four here in Texas down in eagle pass. He is Pancho Navarre's. Glad that pond from the Vars could take some time with us this afternoon to get in with other side of Texas issues. How're you doing? Chairman now. I'm great. I'm great. I appreciate that. I I'm just kind of putting myself together in terms of the committee and getting ready to do, you know, figuring out what kind of bills are going to be hearing what's going to get referred over and visiting some of the new staff on that. And just kind of it's different than the vice chair of the last two sessions, but so different in the chairman spot. And so there's a lot more angles to cover, but we're looking forward to it. We're up to the challenge, and we're very grateful that the speaker's office, and the speaker, himself, speaking dentist bond and considered us and decided that you know, we were up to and you know, we're we're not going to disappoint them. Yeah. So chairman new is still selling new to you. Yeah. I mean, it's it, you know. And again, it's a it's it's it's humbling because I think we're the first chair to to sit on a sitting house committee in the history of maverick county. So I think that's pretty cool and the and the other side of is like I said I've been on the committee two sessions of speed at third. And so I think that you know, just kind of experiences we've had and then not being in this position it prepares us for one. And then the other is just if feels new which is good. Yeah. So let's song about the aim and scope of homeland security and public safety. I as you're aware, you know, generally, where in charge, basically, a overseeing law enforcement, which starts with to DPS, and then, you know, forensic labs and anything emanating out of law enforcement, and then, of course, emergency management and the issues surrounding us just kind of generally our purview. And then, and you know, I think it stretches if you read the charge stretches into the logistics of the infrastructure of what actually is security from you know, Brownsville to Beaumont tell Tasso Tom Morello makes sense. Yeah. It does make sense. So the president making a push President Donald Trump. We don't get into a lot of national stuff. But you gotta contrast state with federal every once in a while present is preparing what it sounds like to proclaim a national emergency due to an executive order about the border. He says it it's a crime. In your purview in a said earlier. I think that your backyard sit some thirty feet off the Rio Grande right warming. And I'll set my, you know, my chairman had aside from it and just address it as a landowner, and you know, someone that's been around the issue. Not just you know from my proximate, but just kind of watching and involve them, there's no crisis. I mean, there's not it's ridiculous..

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