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"frank discussion" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

05:18 min | Last month

"frank discussion" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Frank discussion on the law, Life and Liberty. Sponsored by the LaHood Northern Law Group on now, your objection sustained your hosts Karen Klaus and former Bear County district Attorney Nico LaHood. 1200 Wook I This is sidebar. Welcome back into the studio. Nico LaHood and Georgia Rouge. Oh, recovering from your sin of gluttony. Yeah, I'm not gonna remember what you said. You're like, that's it. I'm never eating again. Well, I feel the same way. You know, everybody knows the way I eat very strict, very Specific, very healthy, But when it comes to Thanksgiving and Christmas meals, we get the same meal for both of them, and I only eat it twice a year, So I have at it. It was Was pretty fool it takes. You know, this has been pretty consistent from Nico for the past 10 years at least had the exact same thing day after I have committed the sin. But let me warn you before, too. He's right, though it's management system. I know he's pretty consists. So I have to say I am I saw you with Joe PAGs on Thursday night. That was kind of an impromptu as it was interesting. Paige's is a friend of mine. Been friends for years. We way came friends because he went on my D a Facebook and was busting my chops over a decision I made on a on a death penalty case. Of Ah, police captain chief. And he didn't know the information that I had available to us. And so he just railed on me And I responded. He's like, Oh, hey, and then So we ended up talking to you. Come on. My show is like, be careful what you ask for. It s so we had this kind of bantering back and forth and we talked for about 15 minutes before I got on the radio, and he's like, man, We don't really disagree. A lot of things that like I guess not. I don't know. I mean, and then we just became dear friends, and he said he's is genuine as he is in private as he is on the on the radio. He's a good man. So you got the night off. Jorge Jorge got the night off. I didn't know we had a night on. I'm so glad I did get a chance to listen to it. And I thought it was really great. They kept the information clearance extent. And that's wonderful. Yes, I'm surprised you all her friends. Yellow X. No, we really like you, but to Alfa males. No, it's really it's it's a lot of busting each other's chops and talking about real issues and Family and faith and in this country and just logically consistent arguments, and we kind of test each other. We don't always agree. Don't get me wrong. I mean, like just George and I. It's what friends Female iron sharpens iron, and that's what we do, but we humble ourselves. We come from a position of honesty and really trying to test each other's theory. That's what this critical thinking thing that we push on. That really means is you're sparring with ideas in your mind. You and your friends, minds and then ideas in the open Public square. And so no, but it's good. It makes a sharper, I think and stronger in our positions. It absolutely does. So I just heard from our program director that there's the possibility tonight or I don't know, because I haven't confirmed it but that there will be a protest tonight at 10 30, which is after the San Antonio curfew in front of the Alamo. So, um You can tell just in the curfew. Yes, you can tell how check out I was. I didn't even know the Tosa curfew because I never go anywhere anyway. That's interesting about this virus is it does seem to make exceptions for the kinds of protests. In other words, it seems to be less lethal with certain types of protests and others. So I love that scholarly sarcasm from the professor over here from our genius, Sarah, But it's true genius, but he's right about that. I mean this this selective Danger, I think should be questioned by society. We have to look at it like that. There's there's human patterns that we have to be very careful of, and we'll talk about it later on the show, But I want to talk about the Milgram experiment. That really that happened in 1961 from a psychologist called Stanley Milgram, and he was testing the obedience to authority figures, and I thought it was interesting. That he did that. And he did that three months after the start of a trial of a German Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann in Jerusalem and so because they were trying to they were all pontificating and thinking of how could this guy do? Such evil acts? And how could all these Nazis do these evil acts where they just following the authority where they just following orders? And that's the phrase that we hear so much just following orders just falling, What they whoever they are telling me to do And look, we should question everyone it respectfully and professionally and honorably. From from white lab coats to authority in government. That's this is of the people for the people by the people, and it has to be done that way. We have talked about this before, but There was a definition before in my mind, and there is a different definition now of being a good citizen. And when you say about following the law doing this doing that, how can we even question Sometimes if the government is wrong on whether or not we should follow all of these laws that they're putting in place, or maybe they're not laws. Yes, an important distinction. You know, Georgia jump in if you want to. But what I'm saying is that we should question I mean, think about this. I think one of the most significant cases that came out Supreme Court Was this religious freedom. The exercise. Case that came out, was it not Nevada?.

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"frank discussion" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

The Complete Guide to Everything

03:09 min | 4 months ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything

"But I mean, have you ever seen a ten thousand square foot net? No I've never seen a ten thousand square. Where would I see a ten thousand square foot net exactly. So it's not like he jumped at this up to that that you see every day. I just know watching from the video of him, doing it from the video of the guys behind him filming them. that. Guys behind have to do with it i. just I was thinking as I'm looking at the net that that's too small then yes way too small to be able to hit what if there's just a bill gust of wind. And he can't hit that net and also it sounds like he you know dive headfirst into the net he had to line lineup the net and be like all right. I think I'm lined up and then flip over see he'd land on his back that's terrifying because. You certainly, at some point during that had to have been like Oh this is taking too long. I missed the net and I'm badges splatter the ground. And he died doing mrs he didn't die. He landed in the net perfectly and it was fine. I get him being like, yeah I don't WanNa wear pack if I'm going to do this I don't WanNa wear parachute at all because guess what if I missed the net I've got fifty feet to pull this parachute. What good is that GonNa do me like you should not be doing this at all but if you're gonNA be doing it yeah I guess do without a parachute because who cares? I also assume the two guys with the camera that were. Dropping along with them. That they were there like if something went catastrophically wrong in the beginning, they could've Goddamn or something I don't know how that works. I know that there's a way if somebody's parachute isn't working till like catch them, but it's going to break their arms probably. But it's like a way to hold them so that like you're not gonNA, they're not gonna let go when you pull your shoot right but it is going to eight year arms with there's. kind of it was something like it was like a wrestling hold or something you put him in a full Nelson and then they'll be fine. They will be fine. You'll smash both their arms. But but This Guy What a crazy thing to do, and then this guy was the guy with David Blaine who is like, Hey, don't. Put, put the damn oxygen on our. Day had basically also can we touch on how bad the communication was during this entire stunt? Yeah definitely and Tom I'm telling you right now we're pivoting. This is no longer an episode of the stunts of David, Blaine. Episode Frank Discussion. David Blaine ascension. Yes. This yeah. So much cross talk. I guess there's not that much to say except that there were so much crosstalk..

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"frank discussion" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

09:05 min | 6 months ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"That's what you get here in the morning on my talking on their show is delightful on Lee. You got the feed in between commercials. Good morning and welcome to Jason Alexis in the morning on my talk 1071 Bradley trainer, along with John Alexis and Kenny and you guys were talking about Ellen and what she needs to do next, because look, she needs to do something on her career is facing at least publicly across roads. What do you guys think? She needs to do, Kenny. You had said Essentially that ofthe year ice tea Dawn off thier. I said I'd give him give him the double bird as I'm walking away, but it sounds like she's only in that direction. But can you do that? I mean, your career will suffer. Think of all the people that have resigned or had to quit under controversy and drama, you know? Yeah. I don't know that she could do with that. It can afford to do that. Well, I think she could afford financially to do that. I don't know if she'll feel bad about doing that to her staff and her team because think about how many people are employees. Oh, that's with her show. So what? She'll probably deal this might be maybe one season and done or maybe even just 1/2 season. Something like that. But She does need to come back and address this and at least Show that she acknowledges it and that trying to do better. You think? I mean, especially when she has that be kind to everyone attitude, You know, kind of how we've talked about. We talked about in the previous segment. How reality shows in the audience has changed, I think The same is true with celebrity overall and and you know, like it or not pretending that things aren't happening when there are tangible, like reported like stories, you know that show stuff to the contrary, you can't just Act as if it's not happening. It just doesn't fly in 2020 because people that's all people are going to talk about, and it becomes a distraction to the point that you can't do your job. So she if she wants to keep doing this to your point, Alexis she absolutely 100% needs to deal with it. And what's the problem with that? I mean, I know what What you know, lawyers and other people and advisors would say, But I feel like Don'tyou just gain a bunch of credibility with your audience by having an open and frank Discussion. Yeah, Excellent. And I know over the years we talked about, you know that she has been talking about leaving the show anyway, and we kind of have Seen that with, you know, Rather, she's taking time off or just kind of the vibe of the show. She doesn't quite feel like she's been. You know, the Ellen that we've seen over the years and maybe she is being just to go on. Be honest and say, Look, I've been talking about this for a long time. And clearly I haven't been here for The time that I need Teo the this work environment. Other things have been going on that I was unaware of. But here we are. I'm here to listen and maybe even have some of those employees. On the show. But you're right. Maybe the lawyers like no, No, no, no. Yeah, That's true. I'm sure she has her lawyers. Well, and then you can. Yeah, you can understand, too. I'm sure you know her thought would be like, Well, I start talking about this, and then that's all people are going to talk about is the fact that I'm talking about this and I'm sure she doesn't want to talk about it because, of course it's also there are some legal Tiresome legal allegations that you know, she probably literally can't talk about. So I'm not saying it's easy because that's why I'm in a closet in South Minneapolis. And she just pants literally. Not figuratively. Yes, exactly. Thank you. Thank you. Cannae. Thanks for clarifying. Uh oh, By the way, I'm gay. I can't do the show, and I'm gonna be premiering this winter on Hallmark. Yeah, I was going to say and you celebrate Christmas. I'm trying to destroy it. Finally. Right. Oh, now that's lifetime network. Just really I need to get I was in my mind had Hallmark. I just did that story of the dirt alert. That wasn't Hallmark Know its lifetime. Gosh, we're giving heart Hallmark a hard time. Sorry, guys like me. It's the same thing. Yeah. What's the difference between lifetime and the hallmark Doesn't Hallmark do the Christmas things. They're They're the ones that do all the So I'm confused. Maybe we should tell Rory I'm better way better background Now. That s O n accord. Don. Can you remind us why we got on the subject of a people on Hallmark slash lifetime? A lifetime announced that it will be airing its first ever movie with a gay couple this Christmas season called the Christmas set up. And it's a part of 30 new holiday films. They've taken heat in the past for not having LGBTQ characters, especially his leads lead characters. I thought that was Hallmark. Are they the same? Are they the same network? Are they the same company? I don't want these ogle twinkle all the way because that's different because, like the Golden Girls at one point were on lifetime, right and that was when they moved over the hallmark. Didn't they Okay? Yeah. Now I think they're unlike logo, or God only knows It's important to know where your golden girls are. Two. You guys, Are you there? Different? Yeah. No, I'm not Can you knew weren't no, no. Bradley Alexis, darling, What are you asking about Christmas movies? We watched. Do you watch those Christmas Because that's a big deal. People get excited. Last year, they paid some woman to watch 1000 hours or some dumb thing of all those Christmas movies well, and also there's a resurgence during This pandemic that they've announced. Oh, yeah, We're goingto released the Christmas movies. You know from previous years so you can start watching them now and Christmas music. I guess it's really popular right now to just for that nostalgic Feel, but in June July thought I can't do that. No, no, no just feels so. I mean, the world already feels bizarre. I don't need to add layers. Yeah, and I like Christmas music, But just in December and maybe a little into January But no, I generally don't watch Christmas movies unless it's around Christmas and not many, anyway. I do get that. They're like candy, though, Right? Like once They're those kinds of things that you turn on and you start watching Donna deal your grandma's dish That's been there for 20 years. I mean, for a sous faras. My answer goes. I just said that I wanted robots to invade the earth. So people on a Christmas movie is like the gay people find. Yes. No, I love looking. I will watch that one for sure. Any other one last Let's see this last Christmas. I watched a lot of them with Iris, you know, just sitting there and you know, it's like, Oh, my God. It's Candace Cameron Beret again. Yeah, they're aligned. My thought. I just imagined people walking around. With a stocking cap and a mug of hot chocolate all time. Yeah, and they're always in a smaller town, and they moved from the Big city, and then they meet a fireman or something. It's just Kind of the same plot line over and over again. But I don't know, because I've only watched half but what do they do it out of the same one? How does that one work, then? The gay one. It's like they're just gonna have like, I hope they don't bust out into like a Y M c. A parade at the end. Oh, no. I just think it's going to the same. You're right. Just put in two guys. Two girls. Chelsea is Khun B. I'm so twisted that now I'm trying to come up with gay Christmas porn movie. Oh, that's tune into the commercial feed. Yeah, Yeah, I did notice the time to in fact, Kenny, I don't think you need to do much work because I guarantee if you Google enjoy the commercial There's probably a whole genre just put engaged. Christmas. Yeah, probably. Kenny will be doing in the brake here and me to now. Just make sure you scrub your your browser history lessons. The wife should log on. No boy, she doesn't care. But if this is a work laptop, so maybe I better not. It's 3/3 Yeah. Yeah. Okay. So when when we do come back, actually, Alexis, should we do some? Would you rather I do have some questions for you guys? Yes. Great. All right. We'll do that. When we come back right here on my talk, one of 71 might talk 1071 Hey, it's James for Skin Rejuvenation Clinic and the month of August is such a great month. Teo get into.

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"frank discussion" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:36 min | 6 months ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Albert Mitch Mitchell would have been 74 goes well, but he could have still been out there. Touring man. That's correct. Yeah. You know what? He died, like, 60 years. Something I believe at 60 years 1080 man that you want to do the math out in the air like a city 74 74. You know, he was to me What the greatest rock and roll drummer ever and ever before, And I thought before, Since I'm telling you And he was sad about these guys who died so young they'd still be out there playing, man. Thanks for that. Mitch Mitchell. You have 74 years old. He would have been rest in peace. Mitchell, one of the great drummers of all time. Hey, 7 30 Tom Kiyo is a buddy CEO of Kingsbridge Strategies. USDA in trees. A trade adviser, USTR Trade adviser. Former Northport Long Island police commissioner. Hello, Tom. Welcome back to the show, Brother. How you doing this morning? Morning, Mr Episcopal. How user Good world can fired up of fired up, You know, you know what a Tommy on your experiences Police Commissioner in North Court this race relations relations issue with police isn't extending to the suburbs as busy as it is in the inner cities. Do you think You're looking Think America America is overdue for a open and frank discussion of race relations. And I think yes, we You know, we hear in more port in Suffolk County will be will be having those discussions and the starting their starting already so but Unlike the city, where This seems to be a vacuum of leadership with the mayor and the mayor is never really openly supported the police. Our elected officials out here. Steve belong more current and Nassau County and the various towns and villages that have police departments in the police report. They're supported. Well, we also support community policing. Like in our police department. We have been blessed with men and women that really understand community policing and interact a little time with the community. So It's a little bit of a different dynamic. But I'd start at the top. You know, the old expression from the fish market Fish dies from the head down. If you don't have somebody at the top supporting what's going on in any organisation in the radio station, the corporation in the family, there's going to be problems and decay. And I think that's what you're seeing in the city with deBlasio and what you saw in Seattle. So it's quite a bit of a different dynamic. Yeah, interesting, too out in the north port at Long Island that the police are paid so much better than The in the streets of New York, New York, and they won't address that. I mean, I wanted to see a mere de Blasio Tom. You know, it would be great if you just said All right. You know what? All of this. I'm giving the police a raise for having to put up along this this that they have to go through. You know, It's just so unfortunate and I wonder where it ends up because a lot of the police are just stepping away now, Tom, you know that right? That has been record record numbers of men and women putting in from their retirements in New York City. I think it's a 430% on, uh And then the $1,000,000,000 that he just in the City Council just cut out of the police budget. Delayed. We'll respond across of 1100 men and women coming in as working cops so I don't know where it ends. But United States has always been a government and and a country run by law and order. Yeah, sure. We have a disagreement. Jensen. We have spats, etcetera. That's true. But You know you can have. You can have a city like New York or anywhere else in the country without somebody Wrong show No From the law and order perspective, it's going to be total chaos that I don't know where you go on a real quick sidebar. I was at the woman skating rink. When I was a young man, and and I went to see the rascals, the young, the little rat. What good looking good loving America and rule. The opening act was unknown at England. Jimi Hendrix experience, Are you, Jamie? Oh, no, he opened up for the rest of that shaper. The $2 taking shape. Severe cost is the one ring the rascal's and just everybody was. He blew the place away from Cavalieri in the round schools, and they did booze, the number one song in America in the Good food. You know what? Thank thank you. Because Lord knows we need to deviate, you know, but I can't tell you Phyllis Cavalieri was is a genius. He one of the greatest musicians of all time. He is the man that you and Eddie Brigadier from Garfield, New Jersey, Dino Dinelli on drums. The rascals. I thought this was a great groups. But I had no idea that that Jimi Hendrix back then I guess. Hey, Joe had just come out the song a Joe take a real work of Hey, Joey didn't make he wasn't rocked the old guy's right way we had heard of, but no one had ever seen. Ready came out and you live in Qatar Fly was letting you know I can't with you on top. You just made my day until my Michael God He loves it. You know what? Let's just think about Jimi Hendrix is too. He didn't need to do all that. He just wanted to bring attention to himself. He was such a brilliant guitarist, you know, but it worked in the end in the end game and work with me because Everyone who's his wild wild guy. Then you watch him play the guitar. It was the second that I believe before we let you go men getting back to business, you know? So so China lets his virus be released. It was an accident as it came out of the Wuhan Institute of Neurology, Tom Key on a much more serious note if I may just on your experience as a trade advisor So then, then the China's got economic problems than G goes way. We checked it out with all of our Asian experts. Is she kind of let the virus just take over the world? Is it backfiring on China is their economy coming back is as bad or worse than ever in China. I'm talking about Tom Keogh. You know, Joe, It's an interesting question of you. If you listen to China and the data that then putting out there they're there. They say their economy is coming back. But China has. We've always known that China's kind of Even if you're let's put it this way, manipulated the numbers to the best advantage. They can they control. You would never have a radio show in. Okay, you would be able to you know, and your Saturday night life, Korea would never have happened. Yeah. Fabio, But he would never have done the what they believe they can't see. You can't trust anything with them Correct. They control the media. They control the press. I was on a school assume call with young Chinese American man Harvard graduate who is the publisher of the Chao, China. Out Morning Post, which is published in Hong Kong. Free paper, and that was the thing that he had tried to defend to me into a lot of other people, whether they would continue to be free, but I don't think I think China's just goingto tighten the noose on Oldham said Novak..

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"frank discussion" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:59 min | 9 months ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Ninety six point five W. DPO does it look what the federal government did working with states as I just said was a phenomenal accomplishment we bent the curve we flatten the curve government dated people that it but government facilitates people's actions right president brought in the army corps of engineers that built twenty five hundred beds at Javits that Michael north well we're operating with a phenomenal accomplishments so that's just a little of governor Cuomo in the present for the most part they fought but it they got along there was a meeting yesterday two days ago about four o'clock in the afternoon right before the prison met the press and these guys know each other and they're getting along at a time in which New York needs to get along with Washington Amanda knows both men at the highest level and actually in the case of I. Andrew Cuomo do Estad quite well John Catsimatidis joined us when most successful men in America currently chairman and CEO of Christie's foods self made multi millionaire billionaire CEO of red apple media I am going there purchases is seventy seven WABC were kind enough to carry this show from ten to noon John welcome back okay grabbing me Brian tell us how we checked in we were to shut the country down how important has it been and tell me about that dynamic between these two men who you know so well output is it been for the governor to get along with the president you knew what I had to the governor came on my radio show last time a day after he met with the president and we had a very Frank discussion of the practice session was you are the governor of the state of New York representing the people of the state in New York at the city of New York but you have to do what you have to do to make sure you know the president of the president the president delivers to your constituents and don't you know how trump wrote the book the art of the deal well I think you're probably good movie titled the art of the relationship he used that relationship to make sure that the president of the United States delivered the goods to the people of the state of New York at the city of New York and Cuomo did a good job and backed out he over asked T. over asked for ventilators he over asked for PPA and after a while to his detriment he got a pass on this the government said we were delivering stuff they wind up in New Jersey they realized they were delivering directly to the hospital after a while so in a way Cuomo's creek communication skills which has been brilliant around this time every day got a pass on some things where trump doesn't get a pass if you notice that never gets a pass the media and the of the media seems to like Cuomo so they're both breaking out but they getting along with each other which is good for the people of the city New York understated the so did John Horsman for you personally a radio that the radio station side through this time and most unique point in both of our lives you've been Bob much more experienced a much higher level than I am how you doing with that follow up from the business perspective I bought by your tresses just tell the American people the truth but you know what date will go quite correct and when I was growing up he was a hero flight ninety two percent of the American people believe worker contract and doesn't believe what he was saying somewhere along the line we lost that how do we get back to that that is the question you know I don't know the salary I don't have I don't have a bush by bush's failed because of my own country is done I just know what the right thing to be done by all Americans when it comes to New York they say before we can open up even segments we had a triple a number of testing was the John casting the TT's measure of when we should start opening up this economy because there is a downside to not doing it does from staying in place John what's your recipe I think you know you have to open it up otherwise the damage is going to be much greater then Luisa I think it's going to be step by step yeah and whatever we did close you down have to reverse it maybe twenty five percent of the people go to offices before within fifty percent I'm not sure gonna be opening up at the movie theaters in the near future I'm not sure you should be opening up a any Broadway theaters that could be a problem restaurants I think you have to have the blueprint spacey conditions put it into place but it step by step but I think we should start opening up slowly New York state I would say you know you know put up Rochester buffalo before you open up the old city so just goes straight by state city by city business by business don't you worry that some of these democratic governors will play politics with this and know that the economy revitalizes it's been good for trump and bad for Biden and that'll play a role I don't want to be think cynically what anybody opening up this week all Republicans outside Colorado I does not doesn't seem to be a coincidence very very sad that even now we're starting to use politics and a you know what nine eleven everybody came together it's all of us against the world and it should be the same but right now hello forty inches below sea to be used in politics the situation like this for the companies to be using a politics it's just plain wrong you think ugh Andrew Cuomo's got presidential aspirations for twenty twenty or twenty twenty four you never know what was gonna happen I like I like my son to get a billion dollars from the Chinese not be nicer to the Chinese but I'm not gonna do it you know why I think the word is treason if if the vice president of the United States we knew his son was getting a deal like temperature needs you a little bit I said that the words that I use is treason that's certainly going to play a role and the president doesn't mind debating on who is tough on the Chinese John is a special time to be a W. A. B. C. thanks so much and it's a great time but if you own it because a lot of people are trying to get the latest information and you've already shaped the station away that's doing just that John thanks so much for joining us good looking to catch right round table this weekend thank you very much to get a good look at everything you don't take go get em jackass Maties great we come back we take we excel from this craziness and we talk a little bit the NFL draft Marshall Faulk was drafted by the rams and then he would finish up well with the colts any play in a Super Bowl and first that first time I saw him was at San Diego state when I was an exterior all sports radio he's also a great commentator wonderful broadcaster who's doing some great things for those people with substance abuse he's going to be talking about the uniqueness of this virtual draft the number one pick overall and the Titanic parade the two ten exciting that has Tom Brady in Tampa be joined by Robert being joined by rob Gronkowski that's going to be fun if we ever get back to football this is news ninety six point five W..

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"frank discussion" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And hoping that the truth if he is indeed innocent will prevail my concern for Antonio brown and I don't think there's enough time between now and Thursday and I don't think there's any person out there who is capable of doing this quite frankly someone has to have a very candid and Frank discussion with Antonio brown explaining to him what happens if he goes in there with attitude what happens if he allows himself to get angry and frustrated when he is being questioned by the lake skilled investigators number one know how to get under your skin without doing anything disrespectful or aggressive when you know that the person has a tendency to fly off the handle and you ask some tough questions and you see what happens you have to be a good witness you have to be cooperative you can't get mad he can't get upset there are plenty of people who are very good liars there also are plenty of people who are very bad at telling the truth they get too emotional they get too stressed out they get too anxious and nervous because they understand what happens if the people that they're trying to tell the truth to don't believe them and when you throw the frustration on top of it the Antonio brown is experiencing because he believes he's been treated unfairly by the league and he has he's got a set all of that aside for that two three four hours however long you gonna have been there remember when they met with his accusers like ten hours he's got to be ready to weather this storm in as sure as I am the Vikings owners on Sunday night I'm certain that he's not gonna be able to pull it off I just don't think there's enough time between now and then to get the message through to him and frankly if they have already been working on him to get the message through to me what a scene that tweak yesterday the fact that a tweet like that makes it onto his phone tells me he currently does not have in his life someone who is able to get through to him to not do dumb stuff that undermines his interests and that's all not come to a head next Thursday I'm sorry if I represented this guy I would've started a month ago the process of getting him to understand the stakes the significance and importance and I would have put him through mock interview after mock interview after mock interview and I would've done everything I could to get under his skin because I want him to know what it's going to be like and how important is to keep your cool and not get mad and not get frustrated and not fly off the handle and not say things you don't mean because everything you say can and will be used against you especially by an entity that is looking for a reason to keep this guy off the field for the rest of the year I got to take a break we'll return it's not the onion it's not April fools day Dion Sanders could actually be the head coach of a major college football program to talk about that with live continues after this.

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White nationalism is an international threat on the rise

The World

04:57 min | 2 years ago

White nationalism is an international threat on the rise

"A country looking for answers this week answers to questions raised by the deadly attacks last Friday onto mosques in Christ Church. Here's prime minister just into our Dern today. I think what the public rightly are asking white now is why is it? And how is it that you should end currently able to buy military style semi automatic weapons in New Zealand, and that's the right question to ask our during government is already promising to announce changes to New Zealand's gun laws in response to the attacks. Another related question raised by the attacks should countries be developing a strategy to fight the global rise of white nationalism. Some countries are doing that. But many are not the Savan center here in the US analyzes emerging threats and global security, and they argue that the federal government government's generally need to address right wing extremism, specifically white nationalism with the same focus as they address other areas of global terror. So what would that look like calling Clark is a senior research fellow at the Sufa center. There's multiple pillars in laying out that kind of strategy. The first is I'd like to see some congressional hearings on on the topic. Just speaking personally, I've been called to testify on the threat posed by south Jihadist, maybe three times in the last year and a half. You don't see that same sense of urgency with right wing extremism. At all. I think there's also a funding issue in terms of countering violent extremism programs and other programs aimed at preventing terrorism. Those seem to be earmarked specifically for for terrorism that's related to Jihadist groups and not for rattling groups, and then lastly, and I think these are really at kind of the the higher Schettino level. I'd like to see some kind of a quivalent to what the State Department has for designating foreign terrorist organizations. So whether that's the FBI taking the. Lead or the department of homeland security some domestic agency that's able to do the same thing for domestic terrorist groups is it possible to rearrange funding at the federal level like the global war on terror still kind of can trigger authorization for use of military force around the globe. So why can't those funds also address white nationalism? Yes. So there's always a lag theft and dealing with this. When you look at the amount of analysts that are dedicated to focusing on Qaeda, sonic state compared to right wing nationalism. I think it's probably extremely disproportionate. It's not a threat. That's emerging the threat is here. It's right in front of our faces and we need to wake up to. It's sooner rather than later. Are there countries that you see that are doing work on this that you think they're they're models are that we can actually the US can actually learn from? I think both Germany and the UK have recognized how significant this threat is starting to shift resources in that direction. I know that in Germany. There are plans to increase their ranks by fifty percent for researchers that are studying the right wing threat domestically. Similarly in the UK there's been an eighty eight percent increase in counterterrorism operations as part of investigations into far-right extremist activities. These are countries that we have long standing relationships with. And I think I think there's a lot that we could learn in terms of best practices from what these countries are doing and again, putting the pieces together because this isn't an issue that just affects the United States or Australia or the UK. This is a global movement just like self Eugene autism. And we've really been slow to recognize that why do you think the US has been slow to recognize that I think there's a lot of probably social political and cultural reasons why why we've been slower to recognize the threat of right wing extremism. But that's not an excuse particularly given events of last year. I'm talking you took to today from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I live. In squirrel hill. I've lived there for ten years. And so that's where the shooting at the synagogue happened yet the tree of life shooting. So this is this is something that's impacted my life personally. And and I, you know, I know for fact because I talked to the researchers regularly that they believe that this is an issue as well. I think again, I mentioned the lag affect we need to start moving on this immediately to get the proper balls authorities and policies funding streams in place to tackle the stret- head on. I mean nine eleven was profound a shock to the US system. Is it possible? Do you think the track any form of extremism without overlaying with race and political identity? It's tough. I mean, especially in this country where we really struggle with those issues. That's apparent right? And so there's these kind of political landmines that people are wary of stepping on. And so I think we have to have an honest Frank discussion, and that that that's really not only occur at the grassroots level. But there's gotta be some leadership driving that from

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"frank discussion" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

07:14 min | 2 years ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You can download every show all our guests all our content at I tunes. Look for America. First we are waiting for our guest. None other than Matt slap. In the meantime, I have a disclaimer I must read to you portions of America. I are brought to you in part by food for the poor. And our question remains today. Well, let's let's play some audio. Let's go to my friend. Joe digenova who was an attorney US attorney in Washington DC who was on Laura Ingraham's podcast. She has a podcast, and it was a very very Frank discussion. Cut one we are in a civil war. There's two Stanford Justice one for Democrats or Republicans. The crack is all democrat all liberal progressive all left, they ate Republicans. They hate Trump. So the suggestion that there's ever going to be able discourse in this country for the foreseeable future is over it's not going to it's going to be total war. And I say to my friends, I two things I vote and I. That's Joe he votes and he buys guns. I hope he gets some ammunition as well. I tell everybody I suffer from a chronic condition. Icon go past a bookstore without buying books until my wife, and I can't go pasta store without picking something up. It's just you know, when your father is arrested and tortured by secret police officers and thrown in prison for life at the age of twenty in a communist dictatorship. You learn to shoot before you can walk pretty much. And so that's in my gene code. I guess I guess it's Joe generous, I'm asking you. Do you agree with that analysis? Is it a compli? Are we in a civil war is one of our callers said earlier, we all really cold civil war. It's happening. It's under the surface. You see the violence from groups like antifa. You see the video from just two days ago from the campus of UC Berkeley, the violence meted out against conservatives. Is it going to get worse? Coughs eight three three three three G O K A that's eight three three three three four six seven five two. Let's go to your calls line to Cathy in Arizona. Welcome to America. First. Good afternoon. Good afternoon. Thank you for taking my call. I definitely take a weekend of boys coming civil war. But it is possible that it will happen and IT basic indications of after he democratic. There's a Tableau with using the word Representative Republic, the United States of America as a democracy. Whereas I'm starting to hear more Republicans refer to it as a Republican Representative Republic, which is what we are. And that distinction is very clear, and it's very crucial to understanding of what we are. It's a nation. But I think the civil war can be avoided through education. Although it's tough to crack indoctrination that many of. Neo-socialist and Neo commies has embraced through our media and through the elimination of any personal moral compass through our Judeo Christian heritage, I think that's absolutely right. I think that's been a decades and decades of indoctrination, I like this phrase, Neo socialism. And I thank you for your calling us. I think I'm going to start using that phrase and a one person who's aggressively pushing back on that Neo socialism. And that is of course, our guest right now. Matt schlab he is the American conservative union share the organizer of next week's CPAC, which we have been plugging relentlessly every day. Follow him on Twitter 'em slap. That's S C H L A P P. Are you with us? Mr. Gorka, Dr Gorka, wonderful to be with you on your show. Thank you Sebastien to my friends will set Matt I wanna talk to you in the next few minutes in this segment, you've agreed to do too. And I thank you for that. I want to know all the cool guests coming but first things first will you'll beautiful daughters. Be taking the stage with you as they did last year it undetermined. The first year they introduced me, and Ben, you know, life has a way intervening worth basketball and meeting out that these girls do, but yeah, they're going to be there. My daughter is used my oldest daughter Janas, usually. Assist me at every moment of the conference. So yeah, you will see Gobi lots of slap girl. Citing Sebastian good. I want to know how many people we have recruited for CPAC. Is it going to be a packed house? Well, I wanted this is not a joke. You have done a great job helping itself CPAC, I or you yourself personally have always been big supporter. So thank you. And of course, people love hearing you, and of course, we appreciate everything that Salem is doing as well and you've been plugging. The conference, and I'll tell you. I don't think it's an accident. The ticket sales have been up thirty percent thirty percent several years. It's going to be cozy. It's going to be cozy Biko's he's going to be hot in there. The I think that's an indicator of where the conservative movement is they are both terrified excited all the time. Terrified when they see these radicals that we've elected to the Senate, and to congress and the Democrats lining up to take on Donald Trump, but they're also excited because they've never seen so much energy and progress towards our foundation principles manifested in a lot of great conservatives in congress, but most specifically about the president and what he's doing. So it is important time. So thank you for all your help dimension. I'm delighted to be a part of it. Well, we'll talk about the challenges the conservative movement faces the next segment, but in the last minute, we have left. Are there any teases other any sport as you can give us who who's coming? Who? Can you talk about what we have some big announcements we still are being prevented from announcing. So that's still to come. So I promised to come back to that moment. But I will tell you. It's gonna be a who's who of, you know, a great conservatives from the hill, Jim, Jordan, and Mark meadows are literally going to start the conference great on a high note, you're going to be right behind, and and you know, he think of like who would be your favorite center to follow them. Mike Lee is gonna come on the stage and talk about why America's a unique place. And you know, the bastion. Our theme is not maga-. But what makes America great go back and ask this question. Why are we grade? And why are we going to be great fabulous that that is a beautiful segue to our next segment? Register now, CPAC dot conservative dot.

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"frank discussion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

09:28 min | 2 years ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"MAC and Gaydos. A our news ninety two three FM. Mac and Gaydos on the program. Tomorrow's election day. It is going to be here. Very early in the morning, Jim and Jamie United going to be here with everybody else. Bruce and panel and chat and everybody. That's after six our entire KTAR news team is going to be giving you the best information around. So well, we have a problem voting tomorrow. You know, the last couple of times kinda shaky pretty shaky. Right. So so how do you feel out there about going to the poll? I feel great. Oh, I mailed it as oh did I do on this show every day every day, we decided to invite Maricopa County recorder. Adrian font is he's the guy that's in charge now and. Well, we got a very Frank discussion with them. Take a lesson. Mr Fontana, I'm good. Thanks for having me. So August twenty eighth primaries. That's difficulties they are over onto tomorrow. Yes. But we're not onto tomorrow quite yet. So sixty polling places across the county had some problems understaffed bed training technical problems polling places not set up. Are you guys gonna blow this again is this going to be one of those days where you know, we talk about goodness gracious. We can't figure out what we're doing here in Maricopa County with the elections because I'm already worried. Well, here's the thing. You guys get to talk about a lot of the glitches and hiccups that happened in every single election cycle, and what we like to talk about is the record turnout that we had we let's talk about the fact that while we were twelve percent of our polling places down at the beginning of the day. We ended up overcoming every single one of those circumstances by about midday. And so we attacked all of those problems in earnest, and we ended up like I said with a record turnout actually twenty sixteen. We had five hundred fifty five thousand voters and in August twenty eighth twenty eighteen we had six hundred ninety nine thousand for twenty five percent increase in. So what we're talking about is the idea that yes, we did have a rough start admittedly, and we've talked a lot about that. And what we're gonna do to shift that. But the reality is we've got a huge number of people that are involved. We've got people that want to. Vote and we are providing them a system that allows that to happen in earnest. But if some can't vote if some show up at a polling place and stuff is unplugged like the last time or your understaffed again or people aren't trained, right. We're gonna have a problem tomorrow. Yeah. Absolutely. And that's why those particular things are not going to happen. Look it was a ship timber. The I just a couple of days later that we had a full blown staff meeting. We started planning ahead of time before everybody else was even figuring out what was going on. And we should wear our weak points. What do we have to do to not only augment training? But make sure that we get the recruiting dun-rite make sure we're bringing the right people on board and make sure we've got the right partners. And I've got a send kudos out to every county department. We've got folks from animal control the air quality from the county attorney's office to the legal advocates. Thank you, keep up the good word, isn't it late to put it together. Now for tomorrow. Why why not why not do two weeks ago? No that's not how about a week. Now. That's not do it seems like you're gonna get rushed. Well, yeah. Well, and that's that's the thing. Look, I don't know how to change a transmission out on a truck right in elections administrators who've been in this office for decades have us working these things the way, we are working them. As a matter of fact, we got a little bit of a warning before August, hey, you might not want to hire that group of people. We might be able to do it on our own. And I made the decision to say, let's go get this other company out there because this looks like it might be a little technical what we ended up finding out even from the auditors that the county themselves hired was that our new system is easier to hook up then the tabulations that we already use in have been using. So lesson learned after August right now, we're on top of it. And this is where we're going to move forward. I think we're in pretty good shape. The America county recorder Adrian joins us in studio tomorrow is the midterm election. You know, what happened in two thousand sixteen Helen pursell? You know, what the expectations are this time around. Are you feeling a lot of pressure? Are you feeling a lot of boy you'd better come through this time as opposed to last time? I'm feeling less. Pressure. Now, I think than I did just after the August primary and one of the reasons why is because we've prepared so. Well, right. We've been working so hard to make sure that we've crossed our t's and dotted our eyes. And look the reality is this. We're not going to get at one hundred percent perfect. Nobody ever does not an election administrator in the United States of America is going to tell you that. However, even though we are expecting minor stuff to happen. And it always does we're prepared to deal with it quickly. And that's the critical component here. It's like launching an assault on a beach when I was in the Marine Corps. You're always gotta expect the unexpected. You gotta make sure you got plans and contingencies. We did that in August. And that's why we had such great turnout because we were able to support all those extra voters coming in. That's one of the other things that we're looking at now, but we've plugged a lot of whole show. I think we're in pretty good shape. You, and this is just my opinion. You come off very confident. I just wonder though, does that set you up for people to go. Oh, well, I heard that. This was a problem. See he didn't know how to fix it. So the confidence that I personally. Have is confidence in my people its confidence in the work that they are doing right now. And the way we should move forward. The expectations are coming from the outside. Look the media's not gonna cover something that goes. Well and say, look, it's milk toast. It went fine. But people waiting seven hours in line. When did that happen? On under your watch. Not under my watch. Have a little bit. Let's be fair. Those things did not happen. Under my watch. What did happen under my watch? Was we had some problems early on in the day. And they didn't get worse and worse and worse as the day went on. We got solved before midday. We were at one hundred percent. And that's something that I'm very excited about we've got forty votes centers around Maricopa County anyone can vote at any of those votes centers. Now, you still have your assigned polling place. And if you vote there, that's the only one that has a preprinted ballots for you. Right. But any of those forty are able to support anyone this is where all voted ministers are going in the United States of America in our three thousand plus counties and parishes. We know what the data is telling us. We know what the studies are telling us. We know what the best practices are which is which is what one hundred percent vote centers, you produce ballot on demand, and you get your voters out the door you serve anybody at those locations. That's the way to do it. Because a lot of the problems from the past are still problems today. For example, this church. To have the polling place. Will you got a new pastor? Guess what you got to move. It is that the election departments fault. No. But we're going to take the blame for that. Right. You got strip mall over here the doors don't get open on time. Guess what? That's my fault too. Even though the guy that was supposed to bring the keys didn't I've got big shoulders. I can take a lot of this weight. But the reality is it's the people out there who are making this happen all of our folks from not only from our department, but everywhere else people with a lot of experience a lot of dedication. And they're the ones that are going to get the credit. Whether this thing goes, well Maricopa County recorder Adrian Fonterra's is joining us talking about voting. Here's the thing. You're right. You you definitely were not part of this seven hour, wait. But you've inherited that, unfortunately, the people are looking they're saying this is your office. I don't know if the people trust that they're all going to be able to vote set fair. No. I don't think it's fair at all. I think that there's this mythology that gets perpetuated. Among the chattering class that is elections are broken in their bed because nobody likes something that works. How many times do you hear a story about things going really well in government, how many times do you hear a story about oh, these elections went off without a glitch? Nobody ever talks about that. We've got three thousand ninety six counties and parishes in the United States of America. And the vast majority of those professionals across the country do great work all the time. And they get no coverage. And that's okay. But you should not want coverage. Because when you don't get coverage that means you did your job. I'll give you an example, you're like an NFL team like the center who hikes the ball for the field goal. And then they kicked the field goal. The center does his job and doesn't get any coverage. And no one ever knows who they are. You are only going to get coverage fair or not when you kind of screw up when you don't snap the ball. Right. We're working very hard against voter suppression. Which is when people raise serious doubts about this stuff. They're really putting voters in a position to say. Gosh, it's not gonna matter because it's all broken, and I would love to say our systems work. Well voting is not difficult. And it is something that every eligible citizens should be doing. All right. That was part of our interview with Maricopa County recorder Adrian Fonterra's, listen the guy as in the hot seat tomorrow. And he's confident I mean, he's confidence. Glitches? He says they have enough volunteers this time. He says the new technologies working. I I would love to bring him on tomorrow and congratulate him election absolute we'll stand by that good. That is good news. Listen, we've had some bad news from the polls lately. Let's let's get a win tomorrow. Yeah. Okay. And Adrian Fonterra's he told us he probably isn't gonna sleep much, right? And he shouldn't. And he shouldn't. Yeah. Tomorrow's his super, right. Make sure at work. Yeah. I'm hopeful. And I'm rooting for him. And I think we're just rooting for everybody that they get a chance to vote for all right coming up next and eleven year old Arizona, boy, shoots his grandmother. And then turns the gun on himself. Why did he do it next?.

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"frank discussion" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA Show

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on The $100 MBA Show

"This is tough discussion now, obviously don't to be quick to reprimand, but you have to address the fact that, hey, this is an issue. This is the second time we're going around here where this KPI's aren't being met. We had an action plan. The action plan was not completed. What else can we do to hit that KPI they need to take responsibility. Basically, you're trying to do here is you're trying to give them everything they need in order to hit that KPI and the ball is in their court. If they continue not to hit those KPI's, the need to have a Frank discussion on why? Why is this happening? And maybe through this. Discussion, you'll learn the KPI. Maybe it's too ambitious for them. Maybe if they go back to your team and find out if this KPI is really necessary to be this high or this stringent or maybe it is the standard you need and this employee is just not hitting that standard. The beauty of the system is everything is transparent. Then plea knows exactly what the responsibilities are, what their keep from indicators are, what they need to do to get to those goals. You're having open transparent conversations in these, you know, quarterly or six month meetings and you working together on a plan to hit KPI's. They're not. Now most of the time people will improve, they will surprise you. They'll get better and Lou grown your company and that's exactly what you want. They're gonna put in the effort to make it happen, but sometimes they just don't hit the Mark for several reasons. What do you do when they're just not hitting the Mark consistently? You've exhausted efforts and you're just left with somebody that's just not hitting their goals. We get into that..

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Death toll rises as earthquake strikes Indonesia

WBBM Programming

03:44 min | 2 years ago

Death toll rises as earthquake strikes Indonesia

"Urban expert says Chicago's minimum wage may be going up but there are a lot of people in especially a lot of people of color falling short of a living. Wage and being left out of. All those jobs moving downtown I'm political editor Craig Delamore. And this week on our at issue program Mary Sue Barrett. Of the. Metropolitan planning council joins. Me for a Frank discussion on the reasons progress. Joblessness and race that's at issue coming up at nine thirty here on NewsRadio. Seven eighty one zero five point, nine FM WBZ news time for forty scientists in Australia say they've. Discovered an, easier way to identify people at risk of suffering a heart attack it's. A telltale sign of a, problem, with, blood flow returning to the heart monitor chest, pain or you, might be feeling a little Todd research professor Bob Graham who says a small group of his colleagues have developed an MRI scan that includes a. Chemical injection that. Helps inform the treating physician there's a dangerous buildup of plaque in, the blood so they do an angiogram they fond of block Australian scientists and app preparing the method for human trials doctor site they'll eventually be able to eat Evine before. Heart attack ever, takes place Scott moment for CBS news Brisbane Australia why, do people live so long in Japan a healthy diet universal healthcare in reliance on public transportation instead of cards are. Helping to fan regularly rank at or near the top of the logic Titi scale a longtime. Record holder A woman has died there. At an old age show for one hundred years old or young WBZ news time four. Forty one last week Facebook's value draw billions of dollars. Due to a general loss of trust, in its use of personal data and the backlash is in, over a British, parliamentary committee found social media firms operate like it's the wild west and warns Britain faces a democratic crisis over misuse of. Personal data with voters targeted with poisonous views it. Says firms like Facebook and. Twitter should be liable for harmful and misleading Curiel and calls for tougher regulation. Also a, class action suits being filed in London against Facebook on behalf of users. Whose data was taken without, their, consent, before the Brexit vote Larry Miller CBS news, London WBZ news, time for forty two car companies are starting to tighten their belts is up for tough times with tariffs pushing up prices of raw. Materials carmakers, are warning of lower Profits ahead at Ford chief financial officer Bob shanks could give you details of, an eleven billion dollar restructuring. That's gonna affect most of our operations what about the impact on jobs there could be impact on jobs. Within that but we'll have to see the three Detroit, carmakers did make a combined four billion in second quarter profits but that was below analysts expectations Jeff Gilbert four CBS news Detroit WBZ. M. news time four. Forty three, the death toll from his strong earthquake that rocked Indonesia's popular tourist island of Lomborg is risen to. Fourteen, with more than one hundred sixty injured the quake damaged more than one thousand homes and was felt in nearby Molly where no damage or. Casualties were reported the, US, Geological Survey says the magnitude six point four quake struck at a depth of seven kilometers or about four point four miles and official from Indonesia's disaster. Mitigation agencies says east Lombard District was the hardest hit with ten, deaths including that of a Malaysian tourist is is the number of casualties could increase his data is being collected from. Other locations on the island at least one hundred, sixty two people are reported injured including sixty seven hospitalized with serious injuries the forecast.

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"frank discussion" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on WSB-AM

"North korea has the opportunity to end decades of poverty and oppression by following the path of denuclearization and joining the community of nations some of the reaction republican senator david purdue of georgia told wsb jamie dupree on capitol hill he's not sure this is the final word well i think he did what he had to do after the rhetoric of the last week i'm disappointed but this is just posturing i still would not give up my tickets to singapore if i were you guys breaking news i i this is w sp twentyfour our continuing breaking story boy this is one of the greatest cases of how the mighty fall in recent american history harvey weinstein movie mogul expected to turn himself in on sex abuse related criminal charges in new york city tomorrow morgan freeman is apologizing to anybody who may have felt quote uncomfortable or disrespected by his behavior cnn sunny reporting eight women accused freeman of sexual harassment or other inappropriate behavior the falcons putting their next move today after the nfl mandates players on the field must stand for the national anthem elkins president rich mckay tells wsb the team will talk to the players as it did last season during the controversy of players taking a knee open and frank discussion amongst our team as you could have we'll do the same process union isn't happy with the new rule which does say players can stay in the locker room during the anthem if they want falcons owner arthur blank came to the players defense last year saying they had a right to express themselves judd hickinbotham wsb wsb news time four three georgia's going to elect new governor wsb is their cover the race every step of the way with erik erikson every day at five pm plus scott slade atlanta's morning news four thirty nine news ninety five five and am seven fifty wsb depend on it time for dave bakers owed displaying.

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"frank discussion" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Seven from dr oz wash our good friends on and steve from the harmful effects of juice cleanse that they're about to embark on with a bunch of listeners so we learned of this after donna posted something on instagram and it was the rest of the shopping list for juice cleanse a three day juice cleanse were all they do is drink juice and this allegedly is gonna do a bunch of things comes from dr oz quick i just wanna hit the hold for one moment because i did get clarification from them slightly hostile we when i came in before the show to talk to them they want us to know they're not juicing their pulverizing so all of the fiber and nutritional elements will still be present in there yeah as well i've heard by the way i want you to understand there have been reports that they spontaneously combust arguments any as were we found out there doing this juice cleanse three days courtesy of dr oz we were very concerned colleen and i are huge critics of dr oz were also huge critics of non sciencebased nutritional fast yes with skepticism so we talked about it yesterday we had a detroit we had a frank discussion about the dangers of this cleanse and frankly it just seemed to us like it was a little colty right it was heavily on the dangers of scientology and more so we're we're very susceptible were very sensitive spidey senses tingle well they apparently got tangled by a listener that are spidey senses has been had been tangled and they had a response this morning at the beginning of their shore they actually started their show on this very topic they played some audio of us talking about it yesterday.

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"frank discussion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The new york times is reporting that special counsel robert muller has a list of four dozen questions he hopes to ask the president correspondent jeff zeleny the last time the president has addressed this he said he did indeed want to sit down with bob muller of course that has been at the heart of all of the changing lawyers the will he or won't he so we don't know the answer if he actually will go through with it a lot of his attorneys have advised him it would be the wrong thing to do with a midnight deadline looming president trump has approved another month of relief from steel and aluminum tariffs for key allies including the european union canada and mexico the new deadline is june first to allow more time for negotiations the white house says it has also reached a final agreement with south korea on steel imports on wall street the dow jones industrial average fell one hundred forty eight points the smp off twenty two the nasdaq down fifty three i'm ann cates handeye bryan curtis in hong kong let's get you this hour's top business stories and the markets president trump will delay imposing steel and aluminum tariffs on the european union mexico and canada until june first the white house says this will allow time to finalise deals with them the administration has reached agreements in principle with argentina australia brazil meantime treasury secretary steven mnuchin says he hopes the us and china can reach a deal soon looking forward to very frank discussions on the trade issues and to continue discussions and see if we can reach a mutual solution to this i think the good news is president trump and president xi since maralago have been talking about the trade imbalance president she acknowledged that our objective is to have a more balanced trading relationship meantime the new york times reported china will refuse to discuss president trump's to toughest trade demands that might derail the talks the two areas are cutting one hundred billion dollars from china's trade surplus with the us and secondly for china to curb it's three hundred billion dollar spending plan on advanced technologies what's that founder yan coom is leaving facebook a quick departure could cost him a billion dollars in stock awards facebook acquired what's out for twenty two billion back in two thousand fourteen the washington post reported earlier that koumas leaving because of differences on issues regarding strategy.

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"frank discussion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Australia the eu canada mexico and brazil were set now to expire tomorrow south korea has one more permanent exemptions their japan though didn't get exempt at all meanwhile treasury secretary steve mnuchin says he hopes the us and china can reach a trade deal of their own looking forward to hurry frank discussions on the trade issues and to continue those discussions and see if we can reach a neutral solution to this i think the good news is president trump and shea since maralago have been talking about the trade imbalance present acknowledged that our objective is to have a more balanced trading relationship cautious optimism as it were as i mentioned earlier meantime mr mnuchin they're speaking to bloomberg television from the milken institute global conference he will of course be heading to china with a high level us delegation for trade talks later this week brian secretary mnuchin also commented about the us bond market he told bloomberg market can easily absorb more treasury supply the us treasury did borrow four hundred eighty eight billion dollars last quarter that is a first quarter record more on that from bloomberg's lisa parental in washington the record barring was about forty seven billion dollars more than the treasury previously estimated the need to issue more treasuries is expected to grow as the fiscal picture deteriorates the budget deficit widened to six hundred billion dollars halfway through the fiscal year spending increased at three times the pace of revenue growth in the october to march period tax and spending measures approved by congress and president donald trump are expected to push the budget gap to eight hundred four billion dollars in the current fiscal year from six hundred sixty five billion in fiscal 2017 and the congressional budget office estimates it will surpass one trillion dollars by twenty twenty in washington i'm lisa parental bloomberg daybreak asia let's head on over to tech news now because amazon is making a headlines expand it's tech hub in vancouver planning to create thousands of jobs in that canadian city canadian prime minister justin trudeau today the government welcomes amazon's decision to add three thousand good jobs to the downtown office which will expand into a brand new location in quadrille the post redevelopment in twenty twenty two no surprise really of course they're pushing into aws web services there but you know these new amazon jobs in vancouver brian will be in ecommerce tech in.

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"frank discussion" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on WLOB

"Beaten up on these folks i'm helping these people somebody's gotta have this frank discussion with them tom in florida your up next the phil valentine show tom what's up hey how you doing great uh uh the uh hall homeless and jobless vets are the ones that don't want anything any uh i mean there are so many programmes out there that's that's ridiculous uh eh it always just makes me sick anytime you see him on the side of the road with a scientist that homeless that i mean i've i've got no love for you so uh that was one of caught and that's the thing i used to work or sam's club uh here in pensacola and i couldn't even begin to say how many businesses who actually come here in the book and threw stones nevada cards illegally says i was giving them you know 50 cents on a buyer whatever and get the courts in the business can venus person things will come in and by the stuff that they're selling on their cells with their all these costs get them all these people and then they turn around and they run a class business turnaround take that cash move come into and they buy cigarettes to their stores so it's it's just cash and fit that's ridiculous oh no extra abuse since we be harder to do that if the food actually shows up the door wouldn't award and we're in so i think what they need to do i i think the biggest problem that they're going to have isn't they're going to have lost the business from these gives you know companies out there as other grocery stores the pom pom pom and things like that that uh they need that ebt traffic come through so i think what they need to do is they.

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"frank discussion" Discussed on Bad Voltage

Bad Voltage

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on Bad Voltage

"Two this is by boat you're season to episode 25 all enough thursday the twenty th of january which is five days before martha correct pools all in all eu shows she we should shamelessly fishing birthday gift and complements yes i am so wishes not kid all this show we have mayo obstacle language we have jury the gop germany high i don't know that we need to introduce each and every person individually but surena rate thought wow i thought i thought about it because we don't have john i this is the important thing this is the important thing gallivant seeing around somewhere so we've decided we're going to get a better present trainings it's so we have the the late state volley hello staves bigger up good afternoon every good for sure i'm steve well here yes absolutely obviously works at mug soft and we'll get to that light so bob before we talk about mark soft i want to put gpl so we can talk about fuchsia an apple of web of the gp allan the decline of licences and everything and he pretty much does mean and everything and then as steward mentioned is steve works at microsoft so we thought we'd get some honest frank discussion going about where microsoft is in their transition towards the new friendlier microsoft what they're doing an opensource what they're doing it as you're really quite a good segment i think about just where the company has been.

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"frank discussion" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You have a fantastic new here what kind of a regime is north korea we also very little about it but here as someone who is actually live there and live there undercover her name is sukhi kim she's based in new york she is a contributing editor for the new republic and has written a book called without you there is no us undercover among the sons of north korea's elite so you went into you went to north korea undercover as a teacher to teach english to the sons of the elite two were destined to be the leadership of north korea given that they've been raised in this environment of propaganda what were the rules like for you in terms of what you could teach them allies in our lives here in about the outside while every lesson plan i had to submit for approval by the north korean staff because i lived with them and sharing three meals a day with them we would have conversations and that conversation could never involve anything that was not about the school text so if there were ever ask about the outside world world i just do not answer was what i was told and never ever to about politics or the great leader or any of it shouldn't you couldn't i guess you can no because you could never have a frank discussion book you have the feeling is to whether they harboured doubts about the system their growing open it's absolutely there you know because you know when you live together like that in such intimacy you begin to pick up things you know evening subtle subtle expressions and there are moments when they it up for example they would couldn't believe.

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"frank discussion" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"frank discussion" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"About that before you tweet every little asked thing that's crossed your mind like we just just the other day had that sound bite from michelle obama saying not everything becomes into your head needs to come out of it now stop because it here's the other thing joe even says we need to be able to have frank discussions about delicate topics without fear of reprisal you're absolutely right however when you start throwing things out like oh the ju get the jews out of potus his ear it's you know it's it's the same concept with the lady who flipped off the motorcade you know you've taken it now to some kind of an extreme the your argument if that's what you really want to do is sit down and have a conversation is kind of null and void because you've proven that your tend to be i mean just reading that sentence from hamlets just read that again that's a quote from job rigs quote we need to be abel to have frank discussions about delicate topics without fear of reprisal joe let me just tell you something that doesn't mean we need to have hate speech you can not the same thing having a frank discussion about a topic a delicate topic calling jews evil is not is not a frank discussion about a delicate topic beth hate speech and yes we need to i agree i 100 percent that we need to have frank discussions that's not what you were doing and by the way a frank discussion is not going on twitter and and posting negative bullying comments like that that's not a frank discussion is trying to stir the pot right but also who you discussing it wet and what solutions are you providing and what evidence for anything that you're saying come on the i mean there's a difference between tweeting and a frank discussion correct so he's living in la la land like i don't know what planet he's on but i don't want to.

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