17 Burst results for "G. You"
"g. you" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Only the Democrats do this, and as a result, they're losing their ability to relate to people who view themselves as immigrants from things called countries. Not there who immigrates from a race. Well, I am an Asian and I'm going to immigrate to America and be an Asian American. No, you don't immigrate from Asia. You immigrate from one of these countries. You don't immigrate from Latin. I mean, where the hell is Latin? I guess Latin America. I'm going to immigrate from Latin America. No one who's actually flee Latin America's I'm leaving Latin American and I'm going to be a Latino voter. No, you don't do that. It's like saying that. Well, you know, by the way, this actually get shit. Um So my dad is Swedish, my dad or believe it or not. My real name is Eric Erickson. You'd be amazed with people in radio who make up their names. I actually am Eric Erickson. I am according to my father's family. The 16th Erick Erickson. According to my cousin, Gunner. Yes, who is also my son is named Gunter G. You in an A R? Because it's Swedish, not G you in an E. R because of Southern Gutter because he's Swedish. My cousin gutter when I went over and visited years ago, told me that I was the 16th in an unbroken chain. I don't know whether it's true or not, but that's what he told me. So I'm going with it. My dad is Erick Erickson. His dad is Erick Erickson. His dad is Erick Erickson. His dad is Erick Erickson. His dad is Eric. You're all the way back. By the way, if you're Swedish, she keep with the traditional thing. It's daughter if your daughter so Eric daughter would be a my grandfather or my dad's daughter, If we kept traditional name is because it makes genealogy really, really hard, by the way, but nonetheless, I digress. The Democrats now refer to white people. As European Americans. Yeah, The silence is there to allow you to ponder. This is where the identity politics is going for the Democrats. You're no longer white. You're a European, American, Latino, American, Hispanic, American, Asian American, African American. European American, That's That's the new thing. We're gonna be continentally identified. My dad's family. Swedish They don't identify themselves as European Americans. They're Swedish Americans. In fact, they don't identify a Swedish in this country they identify as American. They are Americans. All only the Democrats would divide people up that way, and it's not going to keep working for him. They're losing the Vietnamese. They're losing the Filipino Americans. They're losing the Indian subcontinent. Americans. They're losing the the South American Americans. Now this is very interesting If you are in the central America, Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua. Uh, you you tend to El Salvador, you tend to lean Democrat. If you're from South America, you tend now to lean Republican. Why is that? Because many of the South American immigrants to this country ARF lean socialist regimes. They're fleeing the socialist rise in South America in Peru. There's been a very, very close election in Peru. Uh, it is right now too close to call between a conservative and a, uh and a Progressive and right now the leftist Castillo has overtaken by eight extremely tiny, slim lead. The conservative Keiko Fujimori. There's a big Japanese immigrant population that has, uh in, um In Peru. And They don't identify by the way is Japanese Peruvian. They identify as Peruvian people. People come to the United States, not because they want to be still a Venezuelan American or a Cuban, American or Latino, American or Hispanic, where they come to this country because they want to be American. And the Republicans have finally figured this out. You don't Republicans when they talk to Hispanic farmer? They talked to a farmer. They may speak in Spanish, but they talked to a farmer. Who is an American. Would you talk to the Latino Mom, You're not talking to a Latino mom. You're talking to an American mom and you may speak in Spanish. But you're speaking to them as a mom in Florida. That's what the Republicans did and did so well. They didn't talk to people who were Puerto Rican about Puerto Rican issues. They talk to him about crying law and order issues, and they did it in Spanish. There had been this reluctance for a very long time for Republicans actually speak in Spanish to Spanish language voters. But they started doing that. And guess what? It works quite well, These people want to be American. They don't want to be hung on a racial identity that isn't really an accurate identity. They want to be Americans. They want the American dream, and the Democrats are now telling them you can't get the American dream because of Whitey. So guess what these people are doing their identifying as white and they're being attacked by Democrats were doing it. Maybe we should stop identifying people by the color of their skin and actually embraced Dr Martin Luther King Junior's vision. Who said what we should be judged by the content of our character, not the color of our skin. I cannot believe it's the Democratic Party that's abandoned that and yet they have. It is giving the Republicans and advantage. I really do. Like his opinion on things, Erick Erickson, the information you need and the truth, you demand details it like it is live every weekday. 1 22 in the cool break here, your WSB 24 hour traffic center still dealing with big jams over on 85 that crash 85 north Now, just before North Druid as an 89 taking out multiple right lanes continue to use Buford Highway And then you got the crash over in the clover Leaf 75 Coton is right on that ramp that offer after 2 85 eastbound left lane taken out Use highway 41.
"g. you" Discussed on Gwinnett Daily Post Podcast
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"g. you" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"I like God, is that bad? Is an alpha male. You have to have a transgender now. Doing the news. I'm confused. I like an alpha male left their homes. To me with that dude got drawn away Young Gaudio's told doing the news like that. But when you talk like that they did, and he s he does And when he comes out, and it's really like he's like, let's just like a general. So it's like so so you got. He's got to say just a glance at the camera. Just a glance at the camera, you know, just saying, Like I got it. I know what you're talking about. You know that? Would that would that hard drive news delivery and he looks at you, and it's like, boom. Just tell us that you know that you're you're lying the lying doors. Not that Lister also lying, but they just really make everything negative. Negative about the president about President Trump. And now they're just soft soaping everything about Joe Biden. It's ridiculous if you think it was other doing that. And then they go. Okay. Now we're gonna acknowledge the 400,000 deaths of the Corona virus. First of all, First of all, can somebody because we don't have the news capability here at our radio station, investigate how many of those deaths are really coronavirus? Death and I've lost friends and I they go Corona virus, and then I look well, what does and they all have underlying conditions. They all died from something else. But they put down covert 19, you know? And now why can't someone investigated? Why can't they investigated and find out? Why? What was the real cause of death? Because you're saying 400,000, And why don't we get a handle on it? There's a vaccine and so I could go to the doctor yesterday. I'm fired up this morning, So I'm not gonna let you get down. We got this. We are on word of forward. We got this. I'm gonna laugh. We're gonna have fun. It's gonna be ridiculous. And And who do we got to fight for us in Congress? Okay, There's really not many people that are gonna fight for it. So you got all these good things, new gals. Even if I like Nicole O'Malley attack is and you got Lee Sheldon. And you really are some great Americans in Congress, but really not that much. But I go to the doctor and the doctor goes, he goes. Okay. So I go. You know, I just go because I can't go because I'm a hypochondriac. If you can get if you could check it, Check it. I'm one of those guys because I'm getting older and you could check it and thank God everything's okay. So I go to the cardiologists. Great guy. And then first of all, the nurse that takes me and then they do that echocardiogram. She I'm telling you everything that you and I talk about in the morning. She knew exactly. She was Ji Zhou what I want because she goes how I want to have to get up to study for your show you go. It's all that you gotta study all day. You look at that one. Did you get a look at online? You gotta call your producer you got to say is this real is not real. You gotta watch the network news yell at the TV. It's just like it really is like a toy. At least 18 hour process, too. Before you go on, and you got to keep working on it working on and she knew everything about everything that you and I talk about about how What about Biden about what's going on about China? About the virus? How it got here? Just everything you wanna There's so many millions of us who understand how this they're the wound path that Washington is taking, you know, starting with Nancy Pelosi, and now it's gonna go right to the White House. They understand She understood that this that Joe Biden is a Manchurian candidate for China. We joke about. They got their guy. They got their guy in the White House. It's in the Oval Office. It's in the Oval Office. What's what's gonna happen? Oh, you don't know. Come on. Jesus cannot hope SNL it respectfully submitted. I hope they stay on that tone. That comedy of that of the Joe Biden presidency and sad But true comedy of Joe Biden's presidency is that China own is in the White House, and they've got to play that and they've got to play Do the president G. You know Boing Yang, who does hate the great town on us, and now he should play. I'm telling you got to go there because it's just right in our face like that, So we'll stay. We're going to stay positive, but But then I didn't go and then I start talking and you start talking things like we talked about, you know, And I happened. Yeah, this virus. I go like this when I'm in a medical officer Very interesting this virus and I don't want to say, you know, they made it up and they had their attacking us with the virus. Don't say it like that. Because then I sound like a nut job. You know, Although I kind of believe that, So I kind of put it out there. This virus, they go. Yeah, I think it was designed. I hear that inside. You know, Medical doctors office. I said, I'm sorry. Yeah, they knew exactly what they were doing with this. This weird war the last year we're at war with China with Communist China. We really are and and now they got and then that was you could see what was happening. They spewed that. I think whether it's accidental or not Gordon Chang her, but he says It's akin to murder where President she did with the virus. Now it's out and about and all we do is morn, and we should, and I lost one of my best friends this week, and he had underlying issues. But I loved. I still can't believe he passed away. And with the covert have got him or what is underlying issues got him? I don't know what they're gonna probably put covert down. I don't blame anybody. I don't blame Governor Murphy. I don't blame Governor Cuomo. I don't play President Trump. I blame the people in Beijing. Who knew exactly this was gonna happen. That and and what this frustrating is that That the Democrats and now Joe Biden, who was the Manchurian candidate for Beijing, they they're going right along with it. And it was part of the plan. In my opinion, the part of the plan that China came up with this. They couldn't take out President Trump. They couldn't figure out a way to do it. He kept fighting. He got the virus. You don't think they were dancing in Beijing when President Trump got the virus. That's why I like the people said Well, he should've put the mask on. Well, we should have cowered down a little bit well should have done this. No, I liked it when he walked out of Walter Reed, and he got on the chopper, and he landed and saluted the chopper. That's the kind of president I like If I'm wrong, I'm sorry, but that's what I like that he meant up the stairs. He just he could be there to put given Texan methadone. That means that the virus had attacked the president's lungs. In my opinion from my observation, Yet he still walked all the way up Those stairs at the White House is saluting Marine one to show China. Look, You're not going to get us down and people just now is the way the mask is You coward down. No, we should not cower down. We shouldn't do. We shouldn't be quiet and cowered down and and be soft. We have to be onward and like Tommy said, I'm moving upward. Like my father said Onward and forward. We got this. We're gonna get there. Please don't cower down. Don't cower down. We're going to keep fighting And we're gonna You know what? We're gonna have Some laughs along the way. Absolutely. Nan Hayworth is going to join us. Great guy, the former Republican representative from New York and Ah, Doctor. Oh, good Another doctor. I could have some questions to Kristin Tate is fabulous. She's fabulous. Columnist, Political commentator, author of the Liberal Invasion of Red State America. Hello, Kristin Tate. Griff Jenkins. I love Grizz. I watch Griff. He's happy. He's nice. He's objective is a great reporter. He's kind enough to join us corresponded for Fox News Griffins with this, Joe Degenova. Forget about it. You want to hear you wanna hear what's happening down in Washington where we're going? What we gotta watch out for. Mr De General will break it down brilliantly. Michael Goodwin, Look at this. Look at this show Joey. Civilian puts together for you because we love you, Chief political columnist for the New York Post. Michael Goodwin will join us. So we got to show for you and 87797 29 99 fear not by the way..
"g. you" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Just wanted to ask you that. That five have a son who That's much will be on the force here adaptable for one year. And what he made that decision. My wife seems to me, you know, in discussion with these in the said Should we talk to him about that decision? Should we try to talk him out of it? My circulation to her wife. Way have I'm sorry, Universal. But it means something way have men and women who from the daughters. Overseas to protect all right. To protect all about right. Yeah. I didn't feel like it was my right to try to talk my son being a Law enforcement officer here to protect the home front. One day we're making the sacrifice. With their Children. Yeah. If a parent is in that position. Please do not it Your son or daughter feels that calling Do that. Please don't talk him out of it because I gotta go to my son, someone to watch his back. Yeah. How? How old is your son, Tim? 1 22 years old girl to He's got his whole life ahead of him. And he chose because he his words to me one day with that I ate a fluid. That's right. Anything smart young man talking will come. Not bragging because you're my son. But people cannot them, Uh, privately say this point to do anything he wanted to do. Why does he want to be a cop today? Not tell them I said he hates the bully. And he wants to protect the others can protect themselves. Come bless him. Well, what? Don't don't give us his last thing. What's your son's first name? Jesse. All right, Listen, your message. I'm really glad that you've called in to him and said the story of your son Jesse 21 years old could do whatever he wants. And you're not trying to stop him to be a police officer. This is one of the hardest things a parent could do. Because it could be a traffic stop. It could be anything in that young man. Or that young woman could be in a deadly encounter. But you're right with good men and women hemorrhaging out of the police force. Because of the I mean, come on. They hate the police. They've hated them. Not just for the last 10 months. They've hated them since the sixties. They've hated them since Sacco and Vanzetti in the 19 thirties. But your son Jesse needs a good man or woman at his back when he goes to serve that warrant. When he makes that stuff on the highway, he needs somebody else to keep him. And all of us safe so Him. I can hand the emotion in your voice. I'm gonna pray for you. And for a while. The Jessie's who are out there making that decision because we need Maura. We need thousands and thousands off the Tim. Stay on the line we're going to send you were going to send your son Jesse. Just a token of our appreciation when I send you some of my books. But come bless you for that call. That's that's that's really why we can't give up. That call is why we don't give up and why we never give up. People are moaning they're talking about. You know, the fairness doctrine on radio. They're talking about Twitter. That man is going to get qualified. Go to the academy strap on a gun, put on a badge, then going harm's way every time he gets in the radio car. So let's get serious about our commitment to this nation. If Jesse can make that decision, you can make a difference. Why can't run for public office? I don't have the time. Really? But guess what if he can do that you can run for office. If he can do that in Europe programmer or you've got some money to invest, you could help create a new social media platform that's free. Respect Social media. Wow! And maybe Friday. That core. It's one of the most important we've had. Thank you, Tim. Ray, another man who's served this nation. Honorably welcome from Livermore. Thank you, Dr Jean. Thank you, 10. And thank you, Jesse. I've got friends and family in law enforcement and they're kind of the end of their terms. And they're looking for a way out because of this mess, and we do need good men and women to follow them back in Otherwise, the whole thing falls apart and I did call about censorship. And you know what being done to the president, and I fear that will happen to this program. No. You just mentioned the fairness doctrine. But I see them outmaneuvering us in a different way. Dr. G. You talked about a new platform. Black ones are nice. But if this apple smartphone and the Google smartphone decided not to host your app You're effectively dead in the water as we see with parlor. And, um And we've all feared of a censorship of free speech. I didn't think it would come through. Big business, So we're through big tech or this direction and that big tech would have this sort of influence on our politicians in the way that they do that they would be able to throttle Silence and now even shaming and cancelation, re education and even purging. Members of the Obama Obama administration all have plum positions in government and big tech and back again. These people who've worked for President Trump Look at the the professor there. Who got them. John Eastman Chapman University just got forced out of his job down and other to gain to stand by this president side are going to pay a price for it. And I fear that They're going to come after you and this show if they can shut you down on Twitter and Facebook, Dr G. The radio show is the next thing they're gonna go for, and Give me some Give me some hope here, Dr G that I'm overthinking this. No, I look, I don't have any concrete answer. My answer is is the last phone call? My my answer is Jesse. They will they will try it. But the human spirit and the American spirit cannot be quelled cannot be destroyed. And I give you just one answer. I'm not talking about violence and not talking about the civil war. I'm just talking about our power. There are at least 74 million off us. We're not some small community of wigger is in one province of China. We are 74 Million Americans strong. That's the answer. I don't have the algorithm. I don't have the legislation. Have America. I have the heart of America. I have tens of.
"g. you" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"He may have been born in Britain, but now his heart is a medical. It's your favorite legal immigrant President Trump's former strategist, Dr Sebastian Gorka. Thank you. Thank you Raised cold in. We're gonna get a rape, but a good friend of living more, but first, waiting very patiently in Jacksonville line five. Tim. Thank you for your patience. Welcome to America first. Let's start the golden. Hey, say yesterday you had a long force mint officer call Talk about for the reason he was retired environment belong for profit. Just wanted to add to that. That by have a third him. That's my will be on the force here. Decibel for one year. Man. What? He made that decision. My wife came to me, You know, discussion with even the said Should we talk to him about that decision? Should we try to talk him out of it? My circulation to her wife. Way have upside universal, but it means something to weigh have men and women who from the daughters. Go overseas to protect our rights. To protect all of our right. Yeah. I didn't feel like it was my right to try to talk my son out of being a Law enforcement officer here to protect the home front. One day we're making the sacrifice. With their Children. Yeah. If a parent is in that position. Please do not if your son or daughter feels that calling Do that. Please don't talk them out of it because A lot, of course to my son, someone to watch his back. Yeah. How old is your son to him? Money. 22 years old broken. He's got his whole life ahead of him. And he chose because his words to me one day with that I ate a bullet. That's right. And he's a smart young man doesn't look I'm not bragging because you're my son. But people came up from, uh, privately say this point to do anything he wanted to do. Why does he want to be a cop today? And I tell them I said he hates the bully. He wants to protect the others can't take themselves. Come bless him. What? What? Don't don't give us his last thing. What's your son's first name? That's Jesse. All right, Listen, your message. I'm really glad that you called in to him and shared the story of your son, Jesse 21 years old could do whatever he wants. And you're not trying to stop him to be a police officer. This is one of the hardest things a parent could do. Because it could be a traffic stop. It could be anything and that young man or that young woman could be in a deadly encounter. But you're right with good men and women hemorrhaging out of the police force. Because of the I mean, come on. They hate the police. They've hated them. Not just for the last 10 months. They've hated them since the sixties. They've hated them since Sacco and Vanzetti in the 19 thirties. But your son Jesse needs a good man or woman at his back when he goes to serve that warrant. When he makes that stuff on the highway, he needs somebody else to keep him. And all of us safe so Him. I can hand the emotion in your voice. I'm gonna pray for you. And for a while. The Jessie's who are out there making that decision because we need Maura. We need thousands and thousands of the Tim stay on the line We're going to send you were going to send your son Jesse. Just a token of our appreciation when I send you some of my books. But God bless you for that call. That's that's xray. Aly. Why we can't give up. That call is why we don't give up and why we never give up. People are moaning they're talking about. You know, the fairness doctrine on radio. They're talking about Twitter. That man is going to get qualified. Go to the academy, strap on a gun, put on a badge and going harm's way every time he gets in the radio car. So let's get serious about our commitment to this nation. If Jesse can make that decision, you can make a difference. Why can't run for public office? I don't have the time. Really? But guess what if he can do that you can run for office. If he can do that in Europe programmer or you've got some money to invest, you can help create a new social media platform that's free. Respect Social media. Wow! And maybe Friday. That core. Is one of the most important we've had. Thank you, Tim. Ray, another man who's served this nation. Honorably welcome from Livermore. Thank you, Dr Jean. Thank you, 10. And thank you, Jesse. I've got friends and family in law enforcement and they're kind of the end of their terms. And they're looking for a way out because of this mess, and we do need good men and women to follow them back in Otherwise, the whole thing falls apart and I did call about censorship. And you know what being done to the president, and I fear that will happen to this program. No. You just mentioned the fairness doctrine. But I see them outmaneuvering us in a different way. Dr. G. You talked about a new platform. Black ones are nice. But if this apple smartphone and the Google smartphone decided not to host your app You're effectively dead in the water as we see with parlor. And, um And we've all feared a censorship of free speech. I didn't think it would come through. Big.
"g. you" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Gorka right before Larry Elder it three on 8 60 am the answer. Hey, may have been born in Britain, but now his heart is a medical Get your favorite legal immigrant President Trump's former strategist, Dr Sebastian Gorka. Thank you. Thank you Raised called in when they're gonna rape But our good friend of Livermore but first Waiting very patiently in Jacksonville line five. Tim. Thank you for your patience. Welcome to America first. I start the gold to Hey, Uh, say yesterday you had a long force mint officer call Talk about for the reason he was retired environment along for Foster. Just wanted to add to that. That by haven't turned him that's much will be on the force here adaptable for one year. And what? He made that decision. My wife came to me, You know, in discussion with even the said, Should we talk to him about that decision? Should we try to talk him out of it? My circulation to her wife. Way have I'm sorry, Universal. But it means something to weigh have men and women from the daughters. Go overseas to protect, all right. To protect all of our right. I am. I didn't feel like it was my right to try to talk my son out of being a Law enforcement officer here to protect the home front. One day we're making the sacrifice. With their Children. Yeah. If a parent is in that position. Please do not if your son or daughter bills that calling Do that. Please don't talk him out of it because I gotta go to my son, someone to watch his back. Yeah. How? How old is your son to him? Only 22 years old and broke his whole life ahead of him. And he chose because he his words to me one day with that I ate a bullet. That's right. And he's a smart young man doesn't look I'm not bragging because you're my son. But people cannot, huh? Privately say this point to do anything he wanted to do. Why does he want to be a cop today? And I tell them I said he hates the bully. He wants to protect the others can protect themselves. Come bless him. What? What? Don't don't give us his last thing. What's your son's first name? That's Jesse. All right, Listen, your message. I'm really glad that you've called in to him and said the story of your son Jesse 21 years old could do whatever he wants. And you're not trying to stop him to be a police officer. This is one of the hardest things a parent could do. Because it could be a traffic stop. It could be anything and that young man or that young woman could be in a deadly encounter. But you're right with good men and women hemorrhaging out of the police force. Because of the I mean, come on. They hate the police. They've hated them. Not just for the last 10 months. They hated them since the sixties. They've hated them since Sacco and Vanzetti in the 19 thirties. But your son Jesse needs a good man or woman at his back when he goes to serve that warrant. When he makes that stuff on the highway, he needs somebody else to keep him. And all of us safe so Him. I can hand the emotion in your voice. I'm gonna pray for you. And for a while. The Jessie's who are out there making that decision because we need Maura. We need thousands and thousands off the Tim. Stay on the line we're going to send you were going to send your son Jesse. Just a token of our appreciation when I send you some of my books. But God bless you for that call. That's that's That's really why we can't give up. That call is why we don't give up and why we never give up. People are moaning they're talking about. You know, the fairness doctrine on radio. They're talking about Twitter. That man is going to get qualified Gianetti Academy strap on a gun put on a badge, then going harm's way every time he gets in the radio car. So let's get serious about our commitment to this nation. If Jesse can make that decision, you can make a difference. Why can't run for public office? I don't have the time. Really? Well, guess what if he can do that you can run for office. If he can do that in Europe programmer or you've got some money to invest, you could help create a new social media platform that's free. Respect Social media. Wow! And maybe Friday. That core. It's one of the most important we've had. Thank you, Tim. Ray, another man who's served this nation. Honorably welcome from Livermore. Thank you, Dr Jean. Thank you, Tim. And thank you, Jesse. I've got friends and family in law enforcement and they're kind of the end of their terms. And they're looking for a way out because of this mess, and we do need good men and women to follow them back in Otherwise, the whole thing falls apart and I did call about censorship and you know what's being done to the president, and I fear that will happen to this program. No. You just mentioned the fairness doctrine. But I see them outmaneuvering us in a different way. Dr. G. You talked about a new platform. Black ones are nice. But if there's apple smartphone, and the Google smartphone decided not to host your app. You're effectively dead in the water as we see with parlor. And, um And we've all feared of censorship of free speech. I didn't think it would come through. Big business, So we're through big tech or this direction.
"g. you" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Okay, let's go to our bodies. Let's go Toe John in Los Angeles A line one Happy Friday, Dawn. Dr G. You shall henceforth be known as Sebastian to gun Gorka, Hungarian Kovar. But now I need to Python's I needa regarding the double wriggly. Now I have to get a second one. Okay? You convinced me done. I'll do it just for you. I am so jealous of a blue Colt Classic. My hot blue acid buffer. There's nothing like a cold pipe and sorry it's just the fact. I'm so envious. You know, I've got something winging its way to me. It's think it's Rossi Arms. Have you ever seen the circuit judge? Oh, yes. Absolutely. 4 10 45 Cult. Which one? Did you get The pistol? The combine because they make a combine version of a carbon one rises above stock at close quarters. And you've got six shots right in the nice made in Brazil. I believe, Rossi. Very good. Very good stuff right down. Is that why you called? Well. Oh, no, no, no. The main reason I called was I just get infuriated. Att. The debate when Chris Wallace was tryingto lump, quite supremacists and militia groups together, it just makes my blood boil. You know, a Dr G, like, you know, a proud boys. Ah, Patriot Prayer of the one. You know the old keepers. I would. Okay. I would call him right wing paramilitaries, but their patriotic they wave the flag. They love America. So of course They're everything. These left wing guys don't know how many people have they killed in the last four months, exactly or federal buildings burned or looted or central center and, you know, so the other thing that bothers me is Mr Biden. You know Beijing. Biden hiding in the basement. He's too old and slow, little nursery rhyme. Oh, that's good. Okay, Can we get down to record that say that again with a little little little little jingle jangle in your voice that's shot. Basing by living in the basement. He's too old and slow. I love it. Perfect. Thank you Weaken. Trust on we've got everybody we need. So tell us about the debate on sleepy, creamy Biden. It bothers me because here on the one side of his mouth, or you can tell he's been in Washington so long, you can talk out of both sides of his mouth. Any orifice, Probably first, he says, I am the Democratic Party. Yeah, right. And then he says, Oh, but I can't call them until the till the mayor's to a crackdown on Antifa because I'm a private citizen. Well, you're a private citizen, but you're the head of your party. The titular head of your party? Yes. And you're afraid to do that? No, because they aren't going to call up. They're striking arm. None of those mayors and governors are going to call out their terrorist striking arm because Antifa all these other Marxist radicals, BLM, or, you know, in L a times, there was an article by this left wing professor of ethnic studies five and UC Riverside. He starts talking about Antonio Gramsci. Wow, the political theorist in the whole thing. He's accusing Trump of being an incipient fascist he's talking about, and I'm laughing because Not once in the whole thing Does he mentioned that Mr Graham? She is a communist or mentioned cultural marks. Oh, that He wrote his famous books sitting in prison for being a communist subversive either. I bet, right, And I left because how do you write an article like this and not mentioned communism? Well, I think when a When a Communist calls you a fascist. You know you're hitting the mark because It's a term of art. We normal English speakers to call a fascist fascist by it's what it is. Yes, when a communist calls you a fastest, it means you're an anti Communist is today and good at it. Bingo. I love it. We've got to get two more calls quickly done Your reaction to the news about the president's diagnosis. Oh, well, I feel sorry for that crummy red Chinese virus. It doesn't know how much trouble it. Bingo. That's exactly what I said. God bless you don't have a fabulous weekend and python. I see one on your future as well. Toot in Texas lying three. Welcome to How you doing, Doctor? I've got to speak to you before. I'm thrilled to get visit with against her way. We're happy to hear your your drawl again on the airwaves. Well, my question is who in the chicken suit these moderators. For the debate. It's the Presidential Commission on debates. Okay? Sorry. The commission on presidential debates, We'll kick their butt to the curb. Joe Rogan has volunteered to be the third Beytin and I think the president has agreed today, so I think I'll hang on hang on. Eight of fact, lie fact check Shad did he will in tear? What did somebody suggested? He suggests somebody suggested it right. But he agreed. All right. We are going live fact checking. So, look, I think I actually tell the White House the same. I don't care. Biden's in to keep hiding. I think the president should just go in Rogan's show anyway, Right? What do you think, too? Oh, yes, there, he and I don't think you should miss a beat and the pencil desk under his chin ever knot and give a presidential speech every night. And hey, won't let up. He can't let up. He's he's not built That way. Tio dropped down to 80% or signore. You know him. You got it. There's no way he's going to slow down. He Milan. Melania might have a little bit of an influence, but he'll be He'll be running. He ranted about 101. He'll be running it about maybe 94%. Tops. One more thing, sir. I prefer my Daniel defense in case a. That's a serious piece of hardware. My Gostin. In it. And then my six our Emperor 1911 45 people you are you must get paid a lot. You must be a very rich man. That is high end hardware. I'm impressed, too. Well, I'm just a retired broke down, cowboy. I go pick up coke cans and stuff like that. To afford such things. Daniel Defense, You funded your Daniel defense and you'll sink through coke cans. I got to take lessons from two. 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"g. you" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Even as the Seattle City Council is considering plans to cut SPD's budget Council members admit that their 50% proposal is not even possible this year. But there are many cities all across the country that are trying to reimagine policing. We've heard that here in Seattle, we've heard that down in Portland and other major cities. But this is happening as gun violence is going up. So how do you control crime with fewer police officers? And before we hear from the King County prosecutor G. You had something to say during our morning meeting that Ah Maybe think Because I was saying, you know, Hey. We're seeing more violent crimes, gun violence, etcetera. And And now we're talking about cutting in the current proposal could be hundreds of officers and, Yeah, I don't like the idea of cutting hundreds of officers, but I want us all to understand this again. Let me repeat. I don't like the idea of cutting hundreds of officers, especially with no plan really in place. They kind of get into that. But I want to be clear. Maura Police officers are not going to stop gun violence. What stops? You have to stop gun violence at the core. And what stops that? Is jobs opportunities for some of these folks earlier, we had a story that we did not get to. There was a situation in which a I don't know what state it was in Ursula, but someone get charged with a felony for stealing a to a dollar and 50 cent steak. That's Tennessee, Tennessee. Okay, when when that happens, Ursula when, when, when? When a man gets and I don't know if that man has kids or not, But let's just say he does have kids and he has a felony. For a steak that he stole. Well, that's gonna have a ripple effect, because if you take that dad out of the home or that parent away from his kids, then it's going to be a ripple effect when it comes to the kids, and there's a good chance for kids getting out there. We can go on and on and on, but we have to do a better job with getting to the root of the problem the same way the war on drugs Did Maura police officers and more manpower for police. Stop the drug epidemic? No, it didn't. And I agree with that. I mean there. There needs to be more. But in the meantime, you know, addressing the problems and those were some of the things that we talked about those systemic problems and needing to go to the core, and I mean, I think I would add. In some cases, it's you know whether it's access to firearms for the wrong people to get access to guns. Ah, there are a lot of things that are at the core. And like you said, you know, lack of mental illness, You know, help for people who are mentally ill and and the other things that you identified, but We're not there. We're not at the point where we can say, you know. Yeah, we're it's going to take awhile to address those issues. So in the meantime, are you better off having fewer officers? Now. King County Prosecutor Dan Satur Berg spoke with Hannah Scott about some of this. In the first half of 2020. Many more people have been shot in the average over the last four years that we've Kept track. In fact, 140 people have been shot with firearms. So far this year, 36 of them died, which is a 44% increase over last year, 104 people were shot. They didn't die, but that's a 16% increase over last year. So we king just a lot more violence, and I think we anticipated on top of that. Clearly that gun violence has a disproportionate impact on communities with black and indigenous and people of color. In fact, 73% of the people shot so far this year, 73% have been from communities of color. So as we look at debate about de funding, we kind of sure that we don't defund so far that we failed to serve the communities of color that it must be impacted by violence. So that would be the other side of the coin looking at it that way, Thie other thing that I heard yesterday that we have not talked about is what would Ah, the mayor say, you know, we should get she she proposed a $20 million cut to the Seattle Police Department. Which, according to the community groups, who planned to march to Seattle City Hall today, they say that is not enough, but she had some more details to offer yesterday are 2020 proposal included. $20 million in cuts to the Seattle Police Department budget this year, which represents 10% of the budget for the remainder of the air. These cuts were driven by the full involvement of the Seattle Police Department in chief Carmen Best. Which is the right way to go about transforming the Seattle police Department. The city charter vest in chief Carmen Best. The management responsibilities for the Seattle Police Department. Since we transmitted are balancing package. The chief and I have emphasized that those cuts were all that were feasible this year in order to accommodate the process of moving things out of the department, as well as making sure that we could maintain a level for public safety. So Now these groups are going to be marching to City Hall. They're starting from the juvenile jail location and again. This is something that is being dust discussed at City Council today. And You know, it raises a lot of questions about are we better off? You know, can we get by right now, with hundreds fewer officers when again. Just a few months ago, we were talking about the lack of officers. Hey, Ursula. A perfect lie. Makes the truth. Unbelievable. What I mean by that, um, a deeper meaning to what I just said, is There's sometimes that I really understand. When a lot of folks just don't get it. So often we are dealing and we have people in power. We have politicians, sometimes in power. I really don't care about their constituents. We have people that are in power that are there because they had a lot of money. To back their campaign, or they had a lot of influence. Or sometimes the system. There's a story has been told for so long. The wrong way that many people don't understand. So what I say things like More police officers don't stop gun violence. There is a majority of people that listen to when I say that, And they say no, no, you're wrong. But at the same time I totally understand why you would say that because we have been programmed for so many years to believe that more police officers is going to stop violence. We have been program. To say, Hey, we gotta lock up all of the drug dealers and lock him up because once we lock up drug dealers, Ursula, this will stop drugs. The perfect lie makes the truth. Unbelievable. And so all of the things that we are facing right now, all of these things that we're trying to re program it's hard is making discussions hard is making some of the language heart. It is tough right now. No, I don't agree with an automatic 50% defunding of the police. I don't agree with that. No, I don't think I agree with getting rid of hundreds of cops..
"g. you" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"All what way gear from their systems by 2027 8 shouldn't be by 2027. It should be in 27 minutes. But hey, that's just me. I'm just one guy. So China is now going to sanction Cruz and Marco Rubio and representative Chris Smith. Because the United States notices that these Communists are a problem. How much of a problem Well. That brings us to two stories, one that we have discussed here before the State Department is warned Americans. In China of the risk of detention, so understand what happens. It's not that they don't allow you into the country. They allow you in. They don't allow you to leave. They hold you there. They don't let you get on the plane. They don't give you back your passport. You stay until they are done asking you questions and getting the answers they can utilize. As the State Department discusses that a prolonged or a risk, I should say of quote, prolonged interrogation and extended detention. U. S citizens may be detained without access to U. S consular services or information about their alleged crime, of course, the alleged crime because the Chinese Communist Party lies This is what they do all communist lie. You see this with Antifa? All Communists lie all the time and in every way, it's what they do. It's how they try to get their power. Everything about them is a lie. They need to be crushed. Because when you don't crush them, they actually think they conduce things. So this has been going on for a while. Where China does not allow people to leave. We already know what they've done to Hong Kong, putting the security office from Beijing in Hong Kong, cracking down on anybody who engages in dissent. No more free speech no more free thought in Hong Kong we watched it happen. This is why you're going to see the ban on Tic Tac and other APS. And the next step is going to be banning Chinese nationals from owning property in the United States and those who do own it are going to be forced to sell it at you know, some kind of rape. All right, maybe a little below market. But, hey, at least you're getting something. Am I right? You say to me, Tony, That is not very free market of you know, when it comes to Communists, I have no free marketing me whatsoever. They're Communists. They lie. They cheat and they steal. The stealing of intellectual property. The stealing of trade secrets. The answer is, Don't tell me I've got a constitution. I gotta treat you good. You are a thief and you are interested in the destruction of the West. And so I have to say Kiss off. Now I would rather have a relationship with China. He can't have a relationship with communists, and they have made it obvious. Take a look at Corona virus. Is anybody gonna question that This came from China and they lied about its origins. Is anybody really going to question? I don't believe it was man made. I don't believe it was engineered in a lab to kill Americans. But they have we're studying bats. They were engaged in this kind of neurology. It leaked. Are we still debating this or questioning this? And they didn't tell anybody. They lied purposely. Does anybody believe that the amount of cases in China's 83,000 Is there anybody out there? Really? Still that ignorant that believes that the cases in China only 83,000 they don't count cases. They don't tell us they lie again. This is who they are All Communists lie. If they admit to the number of cases that probably have in China, then the people know that the Communist Party doesn't have control and the last thing a communist to do is let people know that they don't have control so they lied to the people to keep control. I can't believe we have to still explain this, but you know what? Maybe we do. Maybe some people are just hearing this for the first time and just really starting to understand how this is how it works. So don't be dismissive. Love of people dont be dismissive of those who might not know what you know. About what China is. The Communist Party lies your neighbor is cool. The Communist Party lies and they have to be dealt with. This brings us to a story out of ice. Now, I will say to you, I have many, many issues with Vice Every now and then they get some very interesting reporting. The reporting here. With the headline. Chinese police are making threatening video calls to dissidents abroad. No answer. That's a thing. What's a threatening video call? Well, what's happening? Is that there are authorities in Beijing. Who are reaching out to Chinese people who live in other countries and saying You're not being nice to president G. You have to stop doing that on Social media. Tracking them down where they lived to say Stop tweeting. That's crazy. No, no, no, no, no, That's not just the half of it. What they're doing is they're having this conversation with the person who lives in this case. It was a story of a woman who lives in Australia. And while they're having the conversation, the Chinese authorities who are they sitting next to The woman's family. So the woman is now in Australia. Our family's still in China. The Chinese authorities sitting next to her family in China, saying, You have to stop doing this. And if you come back to China, you have to go directly to a police station. They're threatening the families and telling the people who live in other countries, the dissonance about it. Threatening him right in front of them. The whole story about how they kept people from defecting. From Russia from the USSR was what would happen to the family. How they keep people from defecting from North Korea is what they would do to the family. This is standard operating procedure, but now they're doing it on video. Unabashedly. We are past the point. Where we should be in any way working with China. I knows that Chuck sent me a tweet that I was actually going to get into. Obama and found she gave China money for covert research. There's a story that Fauci gave money to a laboratory in in China in Wuhan Ford some never Rollie virology research. I said at the time because we discussed the story. I have no problem with the United States helping with studies in other countries. I really and truly don't because you do it under the pretense that in this world of science the information then get shared and you get better results and you arm or effective in fighting diseases, and you're more effective in providing safety and security. That's true of other countries..
"g. you" Discussed on The Internet of Things (IoT) Show with Bruce Sinclai
"More than thirty countries. He has over thirty years of experience in the Silicon Valley and his Co chair of the IT group within the firm, and he's also advising startups and global fifty companies on Iot issues. I read an Article Mark Rope for CIO review a little while back and thought he'd be a great guest on the show mark welcome thanks a lot. Bruce. I'm looking forward to it. So! We'll tell me what what's been the latest Ti ot. You've been up to lately. I've been dealing with Iot in the workplace where people are basically putting IOT devices on people, construction sites, and then taking the data proposed safety and monitoring perks, so that's the most recent. I obtain product I've been working on. Oh, that's interesting so. They're just. Is it Kinda like just measuring where where construction workers are going as the equipment? Is it all of the above well? It's a combination of measuring where they are. That Word Starts A. And then they're also. You know going to integrate with sensors on the equipment, so they can tell people are. Are Moving to close the equipment more that is probably going to be real time with the sensor a network. But you has to wait for the equipment to be censored up there. Speak Right near. Digitize her so right right right right, and is it just a regular construction, or or is it a particular type of construction? It's at regular construction and actually I'm working with one of the investors, and WHO's an insurance company. WHO's very interested in this product in order to cut down on accidents and make sure that they can find people of. An Act things like that. Don't make sense if they fall down with like some sickle or something like that or they get covered in rubble or something like that. Yeah Yeah I guess that's not so funny. Well tell me a little bit about yourself and your background in Iot, so I've been practicing insult. Evaluate attention for over thirty years. I, do a mix of work of. Intellectual Property Licensing as well as securities and corporate series I only new venture financing saga, five companies being financed right now. Okay, so I worked with a long days and I work with small companies Iot. Not is covering the entire map I have one country that is providing the backbone. The onstar service GM in. Another company that's providing middleware or Not Space and I working with large companies like this insurance company that are either doing projects or investing in key projects. So it's a very dynamic marketplace right now in Silicon Valley and actually around the world. The. You know the company on workplace. Miners located on the east coast. now. How long view how long have you been actually? How long has it been an Iot practice within your firm well, we officially spun up last. April but we've been. We've been dealing with this for some time. Iraqi. There are skeptics will say well. You know it's just a combination of cloud and sensors and. I think there's a certain things better than that. That's it's. There's a lot more to I mean it. Certainly, the pieces were all their, but putting the pieces together put it in making data driven. That is very recent phenomenon so. And as you can see from her website, we've had a number of webinars on this. Because it's a very interesting area. Basi- it. Both from the legal community business laundry you I think the most interesting IOT business model per dod is. What's called tires as a service zone other words I want to do you take tires? And you go to a fleet manager, and says we manager G. You know I'd really like to provide you tires and you need. Not just. Sell them to you, but I'll put the sensors on him and I'll tell you into into change them and you know basically your. You know it'll. You won't have to pay attention tires and the great thing entire company is you've converted sort of a semi commodity business into something. There's this subscription model. It's much tighter relationship with with your customer, and you know subscription models or what Wall Street love, so it's it's a win. Win Win! The reason I laughed. Actually I thought you said ties. Circles I've heard tires. Assertion is interesting because if you combine if you combine the tires as a service with GPS information. You can then map the quality roads for example, and that's you know that type of digital exhaust or in this case. I guess it's not a be. It'd be pre predefined, but it could be. It could be sold as you know sold to a completely different customer than you would than you would really expect yeah well. This is before not, but we had a client probably twenty years ago. Who basically made software to manage inventory? For use par par source, anthony what they discovered over time. Is that their? Database of what parts went on what automobiles actually better than manufacturers. Interesting, so they actually sold the information back to manufacturers. You know it makes sense I mean, and that's you know that's the interesting part like you said it's not just it is combining technologies I think from a technology point of view. Yeah, I mean there's there's a there's a Chinese menu of technologies that we piece from We source from to make an IOT system product environment whatever the case may be, but it's really then where it goes beyond that and I think what we'll probably be talking about is going to be the information you gather from all this. You know all these. Pieces of technology and what you do with them and and I think that is one dimension. Anyway, that's that is a big differentiator from what's been out there before. Yes I, think sure by data and with the new. Machine learning and some of the other big data analytics, the ability to feed back into the system. interperted system is something. It really is a different level than anything in the path. All right well Silicon Valley helping startups helping big companies. What something else that most people don't know about you? I love why many people know that but few. People know that actually made me online for a couple of years. Okay. And is that something you? Do you do with your own? Grapes are growing grapes is actually is actually interesting because I live in a suburb. Of The San Francisco Valley area, but one house. That's maybe two blocks from from our house three blocks from our house. They actually used their front yard to grow grapes, and they actually have his really small many vineyard, but apparently because I know someone who knows them where we're in a neighborhood. They can produce a few cases year just from the plants that are actually growing in the front lawn or you doing something like that or you actually buying the grapes. No such luck now I actually by the grapes. From maynard's cinema, I actually went to a place called crush bad which Stanley. Winter Bank compete couple of years ago, but they provided a complete winery as A service approach where? Okay where they bought the great for you, they had somebody do the processing of the grapes and they the processing, according to a former juvenile that about three four and you got. You got one at the end of, and it's actually during good once. I'm quite proud of that although I'm very sorry, the crush Brad went away because it's it's tough to do it all on your own. You need a lot of equipment and the old saw about. How do you make a small portion of wine business? Start with a large fortune is. Is Absolutely true I've seen friends. Who've? decided they want to wine country lines. Lifestyles introduced her dad. The wine country lifestyle is not a retirement lifestyle yet to actually go out and work, and it's tough, so yeah, no, that's true! ended the wine wine. Did you have any wine that lived a company? I think the. Wine that people tried. They've told me it's very good and I. I it myself so it is pretty good. I actually got. Bitten by the barrel, which is about twenty four? I didn't for about four years when.
"g. you" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"That, for whatever reason, that's a comfort zone. We can help them with that some people They're like, Well, my house is a wreck. We're holding for Sean Hannity K d W en Las Vegas K K. L Z HD to Las Vegas. Ah Beasley Media Group Station. Clark County has grown so much in the last few years, but there's still a lot we could do to make it an even better place to live high. I'm your host, Wendy Rush, and we're not here to talk about problems. Our community is a family. We're all in this together. That's why we are talking solutions. I thanks for joining us. I'm on the phone today with W G. You Western Governors University regional vice president Then bow Thank you so much for being on the phone with me. Thank you for having me really appreciate the time today. Of course. My pleasure. So now what is the history of WW? It's an online college nonprofit. What's the history behind it? W do you that started 1997 by 19 U. S. Governors with the mission to provide affordable, high quality, higher education utilizing technology, the governor's felt there was a way to expect. That's so w you as you really carried on that mission over the last 20 years we have currently Rolled popularly 120,000 students, and we have awarded about the heart and 83,000 degrees very short period of time have established ourselves as a credible, online nonprofit university. That really is true to a commission of providing high quality, affordable, higher education. And what degree programs to you offer only have four colleges, College of Business, College of Health professions and our teacher's Come We have over 60 degrees with a note for colleges that the undergraduate and graduate level and I imagine this cove in 19 pandemic. You're seeing a lot of the higher numbers of people who are enrolling, looking for different job opportunities. You know, we have started to see an increase in some of the application coming in. And so that really just highlights the importance of W genuine our mission. Along with 19 we have seen really the high number of unemployment in the United States. And a lot of people right now funny themselves trying to figure out how to remain relevant in the workplace. W You provide an opportunity for them to kind of solve that equation. Begin. They can come to w d you as an affordable online platform to upscale re skill. Get new skill to get ready for the economy to turn around, sir, Do you offer job? W you just associates bachelors? Doctor. It's what levels of degrees you offer. We have at degrees as well as the master's degrees. And all four colleges still again College of business colored by team, college health profession and teachers College Both we have bachelor's and master's degrees offered in all of our college is awesome. Now, Rick, What is your role? Has the regional vice president? What does the regional vice president do for W do you and how did you get involved and get into that position? That's a great question. I guess. For the most part, I've always been a proponent of higher rated as someone who has benefitted from just being a professional student. I realized that folks don't necessarily have Opportunity of the life circumstances and so for me, coming here was a way to again promote higher education is a way to opportunities and believes the mission of W you that I am really attracted to. It's an affordable option. It's flexible. It's accessible and really in this day and age. It allows people to take control of their trajectory but also their learning, competency based model. We don't just focus on time we focus on the learning aspect, and when you look at that model and compare To our students of mourning today, very innovative, modern, one that will resonate as kind of deal with that the opportunity with my own Children they learn with smartphones that come with Fortune's. They have all the hot tech video games in the classroom. They're learning kind of one on one with the teacher, not a dynamic, not is engaging, and as a result of that we see some of our students or in the dynamic between the high tech world and maybe this old way of doing things and not have engaged. And so to me and a morning even more. We deal with the pandemic and a lot of institutions going on online, learning the ship and to really kind of maybe develop a better approach to allowing our students all students, really a better opportunity to learn that is more effective and so again from me to participate in the form that I am is regional vice president from weapons Governor's University is a fantastic opportunity to make an impact and be a part of something special. It sounds like a very rewarding position. Especially with the passion that you're putting behind your answers are all of the classes at W. Online. Do you have any that are in person? When our health profession college are dirty school? There is some component to being in perfect in our lab. That's what I was going to ask about. That's good. Say, how do you do Lab work? We have to do that..
"g. you" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"To say. There were a lot of white faces behind him with masks, not a lot of black faces. Carl, Douglas with us here on ESPN radio Carl. What do you make of that sound and thank you for joining us first of all Dan? Thank you for having me on your show man. This is a fabulous platform and I. Appreciate all that you do got are doing. That is the essence of what I am fighting out. And the police commissioner in New York has been more forward thinking that others on the news. But there is a culture here that we have to continue to struggle against. There ever to be any true reckoning and Change The pendulum is going to swing back toward the police some time soon. Another COMP IS GONNA get shot. A white woman somewhere has gone a good brutalized and the American narrative, then going to shift back. To the law and order. I'm not sure if this is the beginning of the end. Or the end of the beginning. What I also WANNA. Talk about though Dan yesterday. I I mentioned to your listeners about Martin Guercino. G. You G I N O. He's that seventy five year old white man that we all saw be pushed down by stormtroopers. I WanNa make sure your listeners keeping Martin Gino's name firmly on their lips because he is not in fair condition. I don't care what the public statements from the House of says. Dan I'm not a doctor, but I've been a personal injury lawyer for thirty five forty years and I know enough about medicine to say that Martin Gould Gino have sustained a traumatic brain injury. And at seventy five years old. Less, than one week after the injury. There is no way of knowing the full extent of his mental injury and suffering. Dan! Bleeding may now be under control. But Martin Gavino faces a lifetime of uncertainty because his brain has suffered a serious injury. Is Not. In Fair condition. What needs to happen in terms of Police Reform Carl and what can happen. What will happen? What are you optimistic about here? Let me tell you all think. I get this off. The top of my tongue I have been working and thinking so that. I can best prepare your listeners for for my insight. Because there is a time that we can all think about what we can do to make police better. You hear the narrative right now. That is that is that it's a popular de-fund the police. I'm a messenger Dan and I don't think that's a strong a messaging tagline that we should use. particularly in an election year there's an old political concept that says if you're explaining in politics. Then, you're losing. And whenever someone talks about defunding the police. There had to explain what they really mean and the next sentence. But reimagining the role of police officers is not such a radical idea. Let. Experts do the job that experts are trained to do. I want you to. Make sense right. I suggest you. Dan that COP should not be sent to nine. One one calls when there is a mental health crisis. Cops are trained killers, not social workers. Mental health experts should be sent on those call instead. And the money used to finance. Those calls should be redirected to mental health experts so that they have the resources to do their jobs well. Dan when you realize that only five percent of all arrests are for violent crimes. That could mean a lot of money for mental health experts. Let's say thirty percent of all nine one one calls are help calls due to a mental crisis. I say then we should redirect thirty percent of the resources, a police staff to mental health experts. Send in the experts to the house to help the family if they're not if they're distressed, don't send him the train killers. It makes perfect sense to quote your president. Last week. Dan I mentioned the tragic case of fifty-six-year-old Orel newness senior. And you and I S. He's a husband and father of seven. He had never been in trouble before in his life. His daughter caught nine one one for mental. Health crisis intervention. Mr Nunez was unarmed. She never thought the cops were going to suffocate him to death. He was a little bitty guy. No taller than STU got. It's funny because you know. COPS will be the first to say that they are not a social worker. And I say believe them. Away, guys, you know. I was watching your show initially for about six months before I realized that's do God's wasn't like sixty three or something like that. People think I'm five nine and that he's much bigger because his voice is impressive. Call stay there for a second because we're up against, it will come back to you in a second nearly as oppressive Carl's voice, my God they got. Facing long? Six seven, he really does. Dan. It is time for straight. Talk brought to you by straight talk wireless for the second consecutive day. We'll do with Carl Douglas as he continues with us here on the Shell. Pennzoil performance live so Carl. Had you finish that thought on police reform because to God says a question for you, but I didn't think that you were finished. No I hadn't thanks first of all. Thanks again for allowing me again a second session. I'm talking about or newness senior Dan because your show has power man. Your callers inundated the Chula Vista. Police Department forcing but chief Rebecca Kennedy to make a statement after I went on your air last week to ask about or Nunez Junior. He died on March thirteenth, but it was only on Friday that the police department made a statement talking about the tragedy of his death, but saying that Mr Nunez death was proper. To kinda understand Dan. To sixty percent of the inmates at the La County jail have a diagnosed mental illness. Experts should do what experts do. You tell you man that they're. They're not social workers I believe them. My mom always told me. Stu Gods that if somebody tells you think good enough for you. Don't argue with them. Believe them. Take them their word. So I stay believe the train killers when they tell you. They're not social workers and move the money that you spend on them to mental crisis calls. To mid-off experts to properly trained people in such crises so that they're no more oral Nunez seniors. To got what you WANNA ask me. While I was wondering car. When you hear the San that, we played to start last segment the New York City police officer. Railing against you know talking about all the good cops out there I'm wondering. Do you empathize at all with the good cops out there? I tell your listeners don't feel sorry for the COP. That is the life they choose man..
"g. you" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"All I have to say. There were a lot of white faces behind him with masks. Not a lot of black faces Carl Douglas with us here on ESPN Radio Carl. What do you make of that sound and thank you for joining us? First of all Dan. Thank you for having me on your show man. This is a fabulous platform and I appreciate all that you do got are doing. That is the essence of what I am finding bout. And the police commissioner in new. York has been more forward thinking than others on the news. But there is a culture here that we have to continue to struggle against for their ever to be any true reckoning and change. The pendulum is going to swing back toward the police sometime soon. Another COP IS GONNA. Get Shot. A white woman somewhere has gone good brutalized, and the American narrative is then going to shift back. To the law and order. I'm not sure if this is the beginning of the end. Or the end of the beginning. What I also WANNA. Talk about the Dan yesterday. I I mentioned to listeners about Martin Goo Gino. G You G I N O.. He's that seventy five year old white man that we all saw be pushed down by stormtroopers. I WANNA. Make sure your listeners keep Martin Gucci knows name firmly on their lips because he is not in fair condition. I don't care what the public statements from hospital says. Dan? I'm not a doctor, but I've been a personal injury lawyer for thirty five forty years and I know enough about medicine to say that Martin Gino have sustained a traumatic brain injury. And at seventy five years old. Less than one week after the injury. There is no way of knowing the full extent of his mental injury suffering. Dan So bleeding may now be under control. But Martin Gino faces a lifetime of uncertainty because his brain has suffered a serious injury. He is not in fair condition. What needs to happen in terms of Police Reform Carl and what can happen what will happen? What are you optimistic about here? Let me tell you my y'all thank I get this off the top of my tongue. I have been working and thinking so that I can best prepare your listeners for for for for my insight. because. There is a time that we can think about what we can do to make police better. You hear the narrative right now that is that is a popular de-fund the police. I'm a messenger. Dan and I. Don't think that's a strong a messaging tagline that we should use. Particularly and election year. There's an old political concept that says if you're explaining in politics. Then you're losing. And whenever someone talks about defunding the police. There had to explain what they really mean and the next sentence. But reimagining the role of police officers is not such a radical idea. Let experts do the job that experts are trained to do. I want you to? Make sense right. I suggest you Dan that cops show be sent to nine one one calls when there is a mental health crisis. Cops are trained killers, not social workers. Mental health experts should be sent on those calls instead. And the money used to finance, those calls should be redirected to mental health experts so that they have the resources to do their jobs well. Dan when you realize that only five percent. Of. All arrests offer violent crimes. That could mean a lot of money for mental health experts. Let's say thirty percent of all nine one one calls are help calls due to a mental crisis. I say then we should redirect thirty percent of the resources, a police staff to mental health experts. Send in the experts to the house to help the family if they're not if they're distress, don't send them the train killers. It makes perfect sense to quote your president. Last week Dan I mentioned the tragic case of fifty six year old Oro newness senior. And you and I. He's a husband and father of seven. He had never been in trouble before in his life. His daughter caught nine one one for mental. Health crisis intervention. Mr Nunez was armed. She never thought the cops were going to suffocate him to death. He was a little bitty Guy, no taller than Stugatz. It's funny because you know. COPS will be the first to say that they are not a social worker. And I say believe them. Gosh you know I was watching your show initially for about six months before I realized that's do wasn't like six three or something like that. People think I'm five nine and that he's much bigger because his voice is impressive. Call stay there for a second because we're up against, it will come back to you in a second nearly as oppressive. Carl's voice my God it into facing. Six seven he he really does..
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"g. you" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Skill. Betas dumped him in the Babe Ruth or the Philippines baseball because manny manny. Is God in the u. Shame you said outer myself. Got Love Competition and won't Labanda. You know hug people at talking. Be Buddy Buddy. Disc pecan pecan pain. You WanNa go to a team. That doesn't have any chance of making it but it's either for you to be on the squad. Cutting America we show. I mean we love to play baseball player. We weren't we weren't more America. More Baseball Baliles. Yeah you ought to be ready to go our way. Tempt how heated. It gets where we talk about. Tibo at this table. Watch Tim just lift the Philippines out of nowhere into the tournament people on Watch? Because he's on there. We got an American born player playing on the Philippines. I mean well you want him. But he's an American plan for the Philippine. Okay but obviously it fits and Tim schedule. Because the tournament games will be played in Tucson where spring training is taking place. So it's okay. It's not out of whack faith. What about Spring Training? You don't WanNa do that now. He'll do it by the end of the year he's going to be New York. Met anybody any he'll be talking about. Sec football now. The beginning of the year hater. Your hey see. I told you that I like this type of water. What you gotTa Give Balls. Just Talk. Let it go. But for the Guy Muncie Westbrook and James Harden were reunited in Houston this season and have been on a hot streak going nine and twos and switching to their new small bowl lineup. High scoring dual was also on the latest cover of G. Q. In a feature story that focused on their fashion sense and their longtime friendship joining us out Mark Anthony Green. Who wrote the piece? Soga to have you back. Thank me to say before we start my friend. Mark Anthony. Green is becoming. The goat of superstar interviewers ran has a rare talent forgetting the biggest stars in sports and entertainment to sit down and open up. I agree with all of that Moore. This man has done g cucumbers on Lebron Odell and now hardened westbrook and he was great recently coming in and telling us about his odell bombshell piece. That was a big cover story. And now we're looking forward to hearing about behind the scenes with the James of Ross. Most stylish duo and Sports. And you don't see that on display. It's very clear how comfortable they were with you and just learning more about the relationship. Were you surprised? By how close they were on and off the court. I wouldn't say that I was surprised. You know I think that anytime you play with somebody as a kid you know they really grew up together and they also kind of notoriously two of the most authentic real players in the NBA. So you know what we tried to do. We have like a crystal ball G. Q. Try to predict what is going to matter who's GonNa be surging We had to put this cover offering months before you know they actually were on the cover as you see now. This is kind of the perfect time because it seems like. It's really working for them. So is it to your eyes in feel an instinct. Is it legit between them? Is there a legit deep childhood? Born connection between these two from southern California wine at one hundred percent guy. I don't know if they'll play every game for the rest of their careers together. You know there's like in any relationship you know. Let's like dependency like the two of you to see the two of you break up. Nobody wants to see that. But but I think that they have a hell of a lot of love and respect for one another and You know that especially with the pressures that these guys go through that just changes changes that and the grueling season in in you know Playoffs about star here soon in rushers on this dynamic but it could absolutely earlier in the show about one thing that caught my eye which was russ immediately. Just blurts out to you I I tend to lose it during games. He does you got another tech last night. He's getting danger getting suspended a game. Yeah James talked about staying in his box in my box meaning. I'm just closed off from the world around me on the court. Nothing bothers me. He just seems above it. All Almost Aloof from what's happening around him did you. Since that between the two of them that they connect that way fire. Ice Ice fire. You know what no not an interview because you know everyone is. It's like neutral. You know what I mean. It's neutral ground in comfortable and you know we really try to make sure that if you give us the time and open up to us that we reciprocate that with an ideal situation and fairness and so no but I do think we're seeing on the court is how sometimes you need Russell to put his head down and to drive to the whole like like you know like a missile. You need that you need for the morale of your team. You need it for for the Kraut. You need that. And then sometimes you need james to take seventeen dribbles. Step back and hit the theory. And I think that they're figuring out the pace in who should do what when and if they can like Dow imperfectly. I think it'd be dangerous. They are going to be dangerous. What you see what? Russ's like on the floor on the court. You see what you see with. James is like on the court what are really like. When you're just sitting down you just you got water cuting around he just bouncing questions off the same you know. I think that James Harden if James Harden was a janitor UBT coolest janitor you know what I mean it's just how he carries himself and both of them from L. A. In in in. La Guys just have like a very smooth demeanor. And I think if Russell was a janitor. I think he'd be the most intense Janet. You'd have the cleanest floor on the planet. You know what I mean and and so again. It's one of those things I think you know. It's another thing that we look for in who we put on our coverage. We want to focus on the most authentic real interesting. You know culture affecting people and I think that's really who those two guys are and you can see the clothes I mean. That's one of the most fearless photo shoots really probably from like not even just athletes like fearless in there was nothing. They weren't afraid of anything in fashion so important to them. I thought that was one of the most interesting parts of the piece. How in the fashion world? They're not known as the stars. No one really cares about them. In that sense they have to make their own identity in the fashion world and that was really unique to and we see it. I mean you know our our editor in chief will Welch. Were in Paris. He's editor in Chief G. You he at some of these yeah. He's the big dog like in some of these rooms in and I really commend them. And and you got to take your hat off to Russell because Russell was really doing it before a lot of these guys. They're going into these rooms and it's uncomfortable you know impairs. People don't know who you I don't know what sports you play. The fashion world can sometimes be kind of snooty. I'm sure that that won't be a surprise to anybody. And because of their true love for and James also really very very serious about it and I think that they both will you know during their careers and after the careers have a real imprint in an foothold in the fashion world. But they put themselves out there and You know I I have so much respect for them and it felt like this cover was a way to really celebrate like that with anything. When you see a rapper try to act act of giving give you pushback you see an actor trying to wrap you get pushed back so naturally so but it's also if you look at us give you look at and to winter. Nobody cares the way she cares. Yeah.
"g. you" Discussed on Geeks Under the Influence
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We did talk about a come covered chicken suit as well as multiple other things because it was a free play is free play which is kind of not just lead to come covered. Chicken suits it's Charles Progression of conversations. Classic term. All roads lead to become covered. Chicken suits right so like maybe Robert Frost said I think I think Tom Hanks started movie. Called Road to come covered chicken suits. And you know it's the sequel to road to perdition. I'll say where's the comics. So they can change over to the movie format you know title for Holy Oh. I'm glad you're back listening because the factors still with us means you. You do love us only all the way and put up with this guy to at this point for some reason. Yeah yeah all. Our listeners are fucking Massa's that to some degree sweet. That's why we like you as we are fucked up over here in more ways than one and the people join me on this fucked up Bouna podcast called. Gui Nights to my right. 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I don't take motherfucker Barrett doesn't reach for the back of his brain is like finally somebody that can lift with. I have my wife out jeeter. The she's got a meeting like a week from when this is released is and might be able to lift you so as as I say per capita but as for ratio reasons you could probably outlive me. She was my size. You'll be lifting more than me. Probably see that course fuck man but I also I like to fight. That's more my main thing. I like to hit things train. I do try to gear towards that but I do I love lifting I. Just that's all I'm focused on. She loves she focused on it and she trains for that. And that's what she fucking. That's ball around. Yeah you know. And the high pitch man voice you just heard Orley. Oversized child is a Scotty Preston. Purveyor of GIG Father Overseas Child. That's that's accurate. Looks like uh looks like a giant Amish Baby Oh that's a new one there you go so we've got plenty of white quake quake giant homicide. He the wall rescue. Do you owe Scotty half long figures. I Dunno see well well. I've had these names going on for almost five years response. Box lunch boxes. been with me for you. Know blessed the Kevin Smith. Yeah that one's been there for a while so I won't even have the Jersey Devils Practice Jersey with breath. The custom made lunch box with the number thirteen on the back. That's yeah why haven't I seen this. I don't know if you're never warn this. I'm sorry I don't wear my hockey jerseys around you. Why wouldn't you rather than episode? especially we've had given episodes you've been on sir. Yep It does where also during warmer weather. That's true there. They are heavy and and I only had a half along for one of those episodes and trying to breathe in hockey. Jerseys not always fun fair even even with full lungs. Yeah No. They are made for the colder climate of a hockey rink. Eight exactly and then next to big daddy. We've got amy bogart allow you got some shenanigans going on here with our with our purveyor of the Gui here you are the main host of the newest on the Gui a UI media. Network do yes upsetting. I should be sorry. It's definitely an affront to humanity. I know I'm associate. Oh so. She's learned quick on the G. Y.. Apologize for what you're doing doing. Only distinguished parking spot in hell. What I love about deeply upsetting so much is that there is no point where we're being? Overtly Offensive A to be offensive now during this during the show. There's no point where we'd be like and by the way the Jews crown. Yeah we're not we're not being overtly offensive just to be offensive. It's more that it's just that we keep riffing off of each other and getting darker Kerlin darker where it gets into this really weird and upsetting place. If you've already under dry hand jobs maybe tune into deeply. Did you ever that all day. Maybe across from you go up a little red. It was too much dry bills. Go under the table. More than there are. I'll say that much lotion. I thought you would use it right by. The pain keeps me awake. Wake you. It's like ten PM hottest. Oh Yeah Yeah Yeah deeply upsetting so much fun to record and I really hope that at least some of that translates into anybody. That's listening outfits. It's just GONNA be tears. It's it's IT'S A. It's a tire fire. That is no I it is I mean. That's the premise. Suppose it's it's a will choreographed tariff. Even though it's not choreographed it's just like natural flow of just out to the fact that the fact you guys have been able to bring in another level of tire fire away from the normal Gyi as well. It's a separate. It's Assembly of Tire. Fires was was in the simpsons where he had the entire fiery here in another one over there just to separate decides the street or something that never have we ever never have. I ever had a tire fire on. Gui that is deeply upsetting. I don't feel like we did. This was this was. This was a necessity for the network alley. gave their freedom right something that kind of important to have on the network as well as something. That is a little bit accessible. Even if you're if you're beat them is in like as big as maybe it would be for geeks influence one hundred percent. It isn't ah not as eccentric where you have to know the references to get the jokes that were doing. This is more common life stuff. The references are lot more accessible able to shoot non geek reference culture. Well because that's me and so why we started is because I am fucked up the Star Wars. Yeah I would say that for those that enjoyed the final and he definitely made a final Ricky Gervais intro to the Golden Globes. A few weeks back upsetting is that on steroids so tune in true okay. I'll take that that dude fucking basically what everyone wanted to go fuck themselves in the ass with a baseball bat truth and it was amazing. I loved it and you guys do that. 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"g. you" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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