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"gary howard" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:18 min | Last month

"gary howard" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Bowl. It was Minnesota and this is the first year. I'm not sure what our plans are for first take, but I don't think we're going. Max and I will see And it's going to be terrible cities that is the ESPN first take crew yesterday Dis in Milwaukee, calling it a terrible city well. Our teammates down the hall at 94 5. ESPN got them to answer. Max Kellerman of first take joined Gen. Gabe and Chewy a little bit earlier this morning. I could see it in your face when Molly said terrible cities that you were like trying to beat beep. Beep the truck up for. How are you doing this morning? Well, first of all, I'm doing fine. Don't love meeting with Molly and I wasn't taking shots of Milwaukee. I was very quick to say it's about the convenience, the ease of travel the segments that go from, for example, New York to L, A as opposed to getting from Milwaukee to Arizona. Guys. I grew up on Pete Lukovic Boulevard and right where it meets Paul Molitor Way right where it meets Ray Allen Boulevard right there. Why do all about Milwaukee? That's some elite backpedaling right there looking like Jay here, Alexander covering the wide receiver Holy cow from Max Kellerman. And now I understand producer Rachel Fried. Stephen A. Smith also joined Gen. Game and Juliet 94 or five ESPN today. Have you been to Milwaukee? Please. I've been to Milwaukee many, many times. My one of my best friends in the world and a mentor is the former executive sports editor of The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Sentinel by the name of Gary Howard. Then what are you doing? Taking out Gary City on NATIONAL TV? Stephen A. Well, well, well, because everybody that knows me knows I can't stand called. And the fact of the matter is when it comes to Milwaukee. You gotta think about cold weather. Now I have a lot of friends there. I've got a friend that that works on on radio and television out there. Andrea Williams. Um, I've got Gary D. Howard, along with various friends. The guys that played in the NBA like Ray Allen and Sandra selling others that I'm very cool Whip that speak highly of Milwaukee. Barry Bonds for the Milwaukee Bucks. You know, obviously he's very high on them to the Milwaukee Bucks are first class organization. I love the little outside every y'all got your old version of L. A live Midwest style. Li. Yeah, we do. Go outside where you see the crowd, The arena the You know the The onus took me for a toward arena a couple of years ago. The arena is it's spectacular. The Greek freak is big time. I love a lot of things about Milwaukee, but it all gets you served. By that damn weather. Well, the weather it's It's June. Stephen A. Come on, man. Get out on a pontoon boat on the river on the lake will take you around. But I want to get Stephen a out here for the NBA finals. I'll take them around town. I'll show them the good spots the summertime version of Milwaukee and get them to come back here. Maybe every year for an NBA finals. I think we'd all be in love with that. I don't like cold weather. That's one thing. Terrible city whole different deal little different to you. All right, 26 graffiti is next. This is the year Bucks fans. Can you feel it's in the bank? Get out the brooms sweep the area in the bucks are on the hunt for an NBA title. Brooke Powers up. It is God. Brooklyn Brook Does it again. Wtmj.

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"gary howard" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

The Psych Central Show

11:44 min | 1 year ago

"gary howard" Discussed on The Psych Central Show

"Obviously when we're talking about pregnancy Rachel we have to talk about motherhood so now. You're a woman with schizophrenia. And you have children. There was a plethora of research on that it was compelling yes and when we're dealing mental disorders homelessness. You have a lot of. I don't want to say sad stories but you do. You have a Lotta sad stories that are also factored in. You have a lot of sad stories dealing with rape and things like that. One third of women with schizophrenia. Lose custody of their children and whether the children are going to other family members ex-partners the foster care system and the others women was good spring. You had children very few maintain sole custody and that goes back to fear that they're unable to care for a child correctly that they might not recognize problems. Especially in infancy with the baby might need what the baby is going through. The mother might interpret it wrong and the get. It's all of. This is a touchy subject because every situation is going to be different. And I can't even imagine being in a situation like that. I said a few minutes ago. Like oh I feel like if I got pregnant that you know for the most part I would be fine. I still stand by that but I would need a lot of help. I would need a Lotta help. Hopefully there would be a partner but if there wasn't then with my parents because my parents already have to step in with me a lot of times and and I feel like I would even need more to make sure I was. I personally was seeing reality. The correct way if there is a little another life in my hands. What are the interesting things that I saw when I was reading this research? Is this idea. That mothers with schizophrenia. They don't have a lot of Leeway. One of the things that you just said is that you would need a lot of help. I would really defy you to find a mother on this planet. That doesn't need a lot of help. Now I understand that if you're managing any illness any not not meant to own a if you have an illness then obviously you're going to need more help. That is understood. Do you think that the bar is just significantly? Lower for women with schizophrenia. That if something happens if a mistake occurs if an illness symptom pops up just like. Oh well you're schizophrenic. We gotta take your baby whereas with other mothers like oh. Will you just made a mistake? Mistakes are part of parenting. Everybody does do you think that. That is a factor in some of these stats absolutely in. I think if someone has some sort of even genetic disorder very few people are like. Oh you shouldn't have a child you shouldn't be over. You know another person's welfare but when it comes to mental stuff it's like Oh you have depression. Oh yeah bipolar. Oh you have schizophrenia. Like no you shouldn't be around children and not even like you shouldn't be a mother. It's you shouldn't be around children so there is definitely a double standard with that. All where anything mental freaks people out. There's just so much stigma discrimination and misinformation that it makes it very difficult and it's interesting because you know Rachel I love you and I think the world of you but I know what it's like to be sick and I can't imagine having to care for a baby and I can't imagine you caring for a baby when you're that sick and it part of me is like Oh Jeez I don't know maybe that's not a good idea but my mom broke her wrist. When she had three children she she was not doing well. That six weeks i. My father lost his job when we were younger. Well that's not a good idea. Either I just think of all of the adversity that my family faced growing up but everybody was like hey band together. Work it out. You can do it nobody said Yeah. This is proof that people named Gary Howard shouldn't be fathers. Oh this is proof that people named Susan. Howard just can't Hack Motherhood we just got through it as a family and a community and I think that more often than not women with schizophrenia. They just don't get those benefits and I think it's worth pointing outs. Because it is another layer that makes it very difficult for women with schizophrenia to lead the lives that they would like and I did want to put a little note on this over and over I could find so much info about women having children as far as like pros cons mostly cons in just lots of people with opinions and yet next to nothing about men with schizophrenia. Being father's nothing really there was nothing I don't know just interesting. How Society we view people with mental disorders having families like it was just Kinda like women obviously? Yeah they're going to deal with this but not men that is incredible and obviously something that will discuss. More next month on men with schizophrenia. Rachel Shifting Gears from Motherhood we have to talk about the aging process. What's the difference between men and women with schizophrenia? As we get older this is fascinating. We talked about earlier. Age of onset. That women tend to get schizophrenia. Later another thing though is that women have a second peak of schizophrenia. Is What they call it. And it's usually women age forty five fifty who have not been previously diagnosed with schizophrenia. It suddenly comes on and it has to do with pre menopausal stage hitting and they think because the estrogen drops. There's something about estrogen that keeps schizophrenia. More in control and Harkening back to what we talked about earlier with periods estrogen shopping. But men don't have this. There is no second part of life where suddenly a man who hasn't had schizophrenia. Will develop it in his fifties sixties. It's just not sane. In fact men with schizophrenia. As they age tend to get more of a handle on it and women. It's the opposite because you have for some women suddenly schizophrenia develops and there's a lot about that. I was wondering When I looked at the different research did these women already have schizophrenia? But maybe because they were so social. It just wasn't recognizable or did it really just come on at that moment and there is no answer for that but I did think it was very interesting and something that. If you've already been diagnosed with schizophrenia to look out for that it could get a lot worse. Hit around age. Forty five if you're a woman so you know I got a little over ten years. Their clock's ticking for the second round of fun and it's something else that women have to be aware of that may or may not be as researched or as disgust. Oftentimes I think society does forget. How much educated guesswork there is in a mental health. Diagnosis Schizophrenia is diagnosed by observation. It's treated by best practices and research and then more observation. There's a lot of self reporting from the person living with schizophrenia and all of that really allows our culture and our society and our bias to influence the end result. We have to be aware of it. Well it does sound scary and it is. I don't like the idea that men and women get different treatment. Obviously you don't like the idea that men and women get different treatment because it kind of sounds like women are getting the short end of the stick. It is what we have now and for the women listening to this show this is where advocacy is just so important along with education and Rachel. I'm GONNA ask you. Would you have known any of this information about being a woman living with schizophrenia? If it wasn't for your job do you feel more educated and more empowered today than you did before the research for this show? And what advice do you have for? Women living with schizophrenia. To make sure that they get the best care taking into account the fact that they're women. I would not have known a lot of the things that we've talked about today but especially the way. Estrogen is thought to affect schizophrenia. Did none of that's ever been brought up to me No doctors ever said anything. Like I said I'm in my mid thirties and you would think maybe. Hey just so you know Rachel. You know women with schizophrenia. It could get a lot worse here in the next few years. None of that's ever been said to me. And it makes me realize how important it is to do your own research and I'm not saying to diagnose yourself I'm saying to really know in research what could be on the horizon especially with the pregnancy and things like that. I'm like okay well. I don't plan on having kids. So whatever like research look into all that but then that's what led me to finding. Alabel all of this. Which leads the menopause thing and again? It's just not something you normally see on any of the little pamphlets in the doctor's office brought up at any therapists meeting Rachel. Were you surprised to find out? Just how separated physical health and mental health is because it it just seems to me like before we started the research for the show that it never occurred to really anybody that your physical health would drive your mental health outcomes and while this is a chronic problem just across the board and Mental Health Advocacy specifically for schizophrenia. The fact that what's going on with your physical body has been so far removed from your schizophrenia treatment. How does that make you feel last episode? We talked about the Co Morbidity. An end to go into seeing just how the hormones they do. Everything affects your schizophrenia. And it's all connected and yet having a hard time. Mental Health affects your physical and vice versa. Something else that we as people with mental disorders do need to be aware of and to kind of not be so hard on ourselves as I've done research and just kind of learned about different statistics. A lot of eggs are normal that I just didn't realize where it's like. Hey It's okay that I have this issue. It's not that I'm being super unhealthy. A lot of women or a lot of people with schizophrenia. Also struggle with this. It's good and bad. Let's go with that. It's good and bad gave Rachel. Thank you so much for your candor. Now you had the opportunity to talk to. Dr Hayden Fitch who is a PhD in a researcher and UNDERSTAND SCHIZOPHRENIA? From the clinical perspective. And you've got to ask her a lot of questions about the differences between men and women and specifically what? It's like to be a woman and getting treatment with schizophrenia. It's a great interview and we're going to go ahead and play that right now. Our guest today is Dr Hayden finch a psychologist from Iowa. Thank you so much for being with us today. I'm so happy to be here. Thank you for the opportunity. Our episode today. We're focusing on women who have schizophrenia specifically as a psychologist what issues have you seen? That women with schizophrenia tend to seek help with when interestingly tend to have more emotional symptoms with their schizophrenia than men do so often they're coming to treatment for things like relieving exile. Eighty and depression. See that more in women than in men. They also have a lot of trauma..

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"gary howard" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

09:17 min | 1 year ago

"gary howard" Discussed on A Bipolar, a Schizophrenic, and a Podcast

"When I was reading this research? Is this idea. That mothers with schizophrenia. They don't have a lot of Leeway. One of the things that you just said is that you would need a lot of help. I would really defy you to find a mother on this planet. That doesn't need a lot of help. Now I understand that if you're managing any illness any not mental own if you have an illness then obviously you're going to need more help. That is understood but do you think that the bar is just significantly. Lower for women with schizophrenia. That if something happens if a mistake occurs if an illness symptom POPs up the dislike. Oh well you're schizophrenic. We got to take your baby whereas with other mothers like oh well you just made a mistake. Mistakes are part of parenting. Everybody does do you think that. That is a factor in some of these stats absolutely and I think if someone has some sort of even genetic disorder. Very few people are like. Oh you shouldn't have a child you shouldn't be over. You know another person's welfare but when it comes to mental stuff it's like Oh you have depression. Oh yeah bipolar schizophrenia. Like no you shouldn't be around children and not even like you shouldn't be a mother. You shouldn't be around children so there is definitely a double standard with that. All where anything mental freaks people out. There's just so much stigma discrimination and misinformation that it makes it very difficult and it's interesting because you know Rachel I love you and I think the world of you but I know what it's like to be sick and I can't imagine having to care for a baby and I can't imagine you carrying for a baby when you're that sick and of me is like. Oh Jeez I don't know maybe that's not a good idea but my mom broke her wrist when she had three children she she was not doing well. That six weeks i. My father lost his job when we were younger. Well that's not a good idea. Either I just I think of all of the adversity that my family faced growing up but everybody was like hey band together. Work IT OUT. You can do it. Nobody said Yeah. This is proof that people named Gary Howard shouldn't be fathers. Oh this is proof that people named Susan. Howard just can't Hack Motherhood we just got through it as as a family and a community and I think that more often than not women with schizophrenia. They just don't get those benefits and I think it's worth pointing out because it is another layer. That makes it very difficult for women with schizophrenia. To lead the lives that they would like and I wanNA put a little note on this over and over I could find so much info about women having children as far as like pros cons mostly cons in just lots of people with opinions and yet next to nothing about men with schizophrenia. Being father's nothing really there was nothing. I don't know just an interesting like how society we view people with mental disorders. Having families. It was just Kinda like women obviously. Yeah they're going to deal with this but not men that is incredible and obviously something that will discuss. More next month on men with schizophrenia. Rachel Shifting Gears from Motherhood we have to talk about the aging process. What's the difference between men and women with schizophrenia? As we get older this is fascinating. We talked about earlier. Age of onset. That women tend to get schizophrenia. Later another thing though is that women can have a second peak of schizophrenia. Is What they call it. And it's usually women aged forty five to fifty who have not been previously diagnosed with schizophrenia. It suddenly comes on and it has to do with pre menopausal stage hitting and they think because the estrogen drops. There's something about estrogen that keeps schizophrenia. More in control and hearkening back to what we talked about earlier with periods and shopping. But men don't have this. There is no second part of life where suddenly a man who hasn't had schizophrenia. Will develop it in his fifties sixties. It's just not sane. In fact men with schizophrenia. As they age tend to get more of a handle on it and women. It's the opposite because you have for some women suddenly schizophrenia develops and there's a lot about that. I was wondering When I looked at the different research. These women already have schizophrenia. But maybe because they were so social. It just wasn't recognizable or did it really just come on at that moment and there is no answer for that but I did think it was very interesting and something that. If you've already been diagnosed with schizophrenia to look out for that it could get a lot worse hitting around age. Forty five if you're a woman so I got a little over ten years their clock's ticking for the second round of fun and it's something else that women have to be aware of that may or may not be as researched or as discussed. Oftentimes I think society does forget. How much educated guesswork there is in a mental health. Diagnosis Schizophrenia is diagnosed by observation. It's treated by best case practices and research and then more observation. There's a lot of self reporting from the person living with schizophrenia and all of that really allows our culture and our society and our bias to influence the end result. We have to be aware of it while it does sound scary and it is. I don't like the idea that men and women get different treatment. Obviously you don't like the idea that men and women get different treatment because it it kind of sounds like women are getting the short end of the stick. It is what we have now and for the women listening to this show this is where advocacy is just so important along with education and Rachel. I'm going to ask you. Would you have known any of this information about being a woman living with schizophrenia? If it wasn't for your job do you feel more educated and more empowered today than you did before the research for this show? And what advice do you have for? Women living with schizophrenia. To make sure that they get the best care taking into account the fact that they're women. I would not have known a lot of the things we've talked about today but especially The way estrogen is thought to affect schizophrenia. Did none of that's ever been brought up to me. You know doctors ever said anything like I said. I'm in my mid thirties and you would think maybe hey just so you know Rachel. You know women with schizophrenia. It could get a lot worse here in the next few years. None of that's ever been said to me. And it makes me realize how important it is to do your own research and I'm not saying to diagnose yourself I'm saying to really know an research what could be on the horizon especially with the pregnancy and things like that. I'm like okay well. I don't plan on having kids so I would. I ever like research. Look into all that. But then that's what led me to finding Alabel all of this which leads the menopause thing and again. It's just not something you you normally see on any of the little pamphlets in the doctor's office brought up at any therapists meeting Rachel. Were you surprised to find out? Just how separated physical health and mental health is because it. It just seems to me like before we started the research for this show that it never occurred to really anybody that your physical health would drive your mental health outcomes and while this is a chronic problem just across the board and Mental Health Advocacy specifically for schizophrenia. The fact that what's going on with your physical body has been so far removed from your schizophrenia treatment. How does that make you feel last episode we talked about the Co Co morbidity and then to go into seeing just how the hormones they do? Everything affects your schizophrenia. And it's all connected and yet having a hard time mental health effects your physical and vice versa. Something else that we as people with mental disorders do need to be aware of and to kind of not be so hard on ourselves. But I've done research and just kind of learned about different statistics. A lot of eggs are normal that I just didn't realize where it's like. Hey It's okay that I have this issue. It's not that I'm being super unhealthy. A lot of women or a lot of people schizophrenia. Also struggle with this. It's good and bad. Let's go with that. It's good bad gave Rachel. Thank you so much for your candor. Now you had the opportunity to talk to. Dr Hayden Fitch who is a PhD in a researcher and UNDERSTAND SCHIZOPHRENIA? From the clinical perspective. And you've got to ask her a lot of questions about will really the differences between men.

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"gary howard" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"gary howard" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"I guess by the name of I guess so somewhere in Michigan make sort of an unusual name you will have to get up and do my thing story on the news about the Latin kings he went on for about three minutes there are new that brought back a memory that I just simply must share with you Latin king available for things were the old games and there is this was probably and I want to say it least fought for lifetime's back and I was in Chicago with a buddy of mine it we're drinking at the transcribers as what it was or is trust and we were in the bar partner anybody familiar with Shaw's knows the bar partner right across all I hope is still there have been a while but a red cross always outstanding restaurant and a bar right in the middle of the hallways you commit anyway we're in the in shots energies to check so we go over and we start talking to a mix and you know we're picking him up and this grosses you guys want to go to a really cool bar was in hell yeah not to this one is a cold too but let's go so we we jump in a cab when we go to a bar and I am completely drawing a blank on the name of this place we were well I want to say we all had level seven buses going at that point we we pull out of the cab when this bar very exotic critical bar I I the one thing I do remember but it had cigar boxes everywhere the decor was very very Cuban in nature and we go back we set this booth and I noticed in the back of the room there's kind of like a there's a like a meeting room with a table it's kind of dark and smoky in there and there's there's beads we would go through if the part the beads to go back was like something out of a Francis Ford Coppola and and burst a pretty full people but I said what what back in there and then I started getting girls dunk winner to go near there what Dubliner why not is this really can go what we're talking about she said that this this parcel and kings bar I said I don't really know what that means is Latin kings no kill you it's kind of like if it's almost like she was in your nose zeta bar you're you're in a golf cart tell bar okay so I did not going that route again this this would have been had they come in with their checks whatever gone and there's only space for them and they were upset the newer bill really you'd be never seem somewhat through the through the bead work but you'd be looking into some type of a gang social clubroom it was a pretty amazing stuff and if there's no more of the story is just that the when I heard the Latin kings they want while my almost brush with death with with a monster criminal greatness in Chicago places I won't tell you the rest of the story was very interesting I only going talk run radio but anyway let's get back into this piece right again that was a long time ago it was at that had to be safe I was back in the nineties where the bomb I'm I'm what I'm going through the college fix piece here about an organization that is completely corrupting the American school system much like Pacific educational group to which is still working there evil mo Jo and a bunch of other socialist evil anti American United nation education programs are doing now if you missed any of it it's on thing wrong dot com archive will be there tomorrow but now we're gonna get into what you're talking about is organized into victim hierarchy elsewhere now this is a slide show whether they're presenting there extolling the virtues of something called deep equity deep equity written by a guy named Gary Howard for sage publication run out by source press now elsewhere the slide so they're looking at presents what's called dominance paradigm that is apparently supposed to represent and let's let's stop right there the the hi Jack hi Jack of the education system took place big time from I wanna say sixty five sixty six four prior to that American education at least forties going forward it was it was veterans for the most part veterans of World War two many veterans of the Korean War to going for but these were guys that were were were very H. radic knew what time it was new with the evil of fascism in social news all about and you also got people that weren't full around on any level the matter whether in the service or not they were there to teach you reading writing arithmetic and I was it and that was the case coming up through everything from say well going going for from the onset of America much of it you did read the Bible in class you sang hymns in class you said prayers in class and then the sixties said and going forward that's where the psychotic left really really really start to plant the seeds of evil eye and United Nations destruction what they started doing is taking over and the you may recall one of the first attempt at doing that was talking about something called new math remember that we're talking sixty nine seventy seventy one new math a new math was a way of not teaching math not usually actual math now that was the.

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"gary howard" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"We do not let people advertise on this show unless, Doug can give them the Doug Hopkins seal of approval. That's it exactly. Ambuhl just-in-time, moving and seamless flooring have actually they're, they're the ones that got it. That's it's the ones I use. That's what I move. I use nothing. But just in time. And when I use flooring I used Joe. So it's awesome. Just referred him out. Awesome gentlemen, Gary Howard, tan good friend of mine in Ijaz redid their house. We're actually yesterday. We went over to Gary, south actually helped move furniture. It back into the house from after Joe is does Joe goes the extra mile. That's what I love about, you know, about the guys, I work with is they go that extra mile to help help their clients out at how I got roped back into it. But somehow, Joe wrote me. He didn't say what I say when you asked me if I could help somebody move. Yeah. You said, absolutely. Not. Oh, we're walking I go here. What are you doing? I'm getting ready to help somebody move you on help him like ni-, actually. I prefer not thanks. Exactly. Dylan. Dylan. Help me the other day one who helped me carry the stuff out. So, but that's what we do for our clients and and Joe's very similar. That's why like work with him. So anyway, enough about Joey gave him way too much airtime. The budget plan, bro. He gave you gave him the X L plant, exactly. Okay. So now there's a an event going on. You wanted to tell people about a cool event that's going to be happening. I'll have more details. Online on the on Facebook on our Facebook page, Doug Hopkins real estate, which is on Facebook, but the boot camp going on the thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth. So it's Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Vika is just going to be like a happy hour, meet meet and greet on Fridays camp. I like that. Yeah. Yeah. Saturday and Sunday will be will be a you know, it's going to be an all day thing nine two six both Saturday and Sunday. And it's for mindset training, it's people that want to get into real estate, that don't have any, any idea, you know, about real estate, but they wanna go out and, and learn how to do it. They put together this company. I work with there. It's not my company. It's a company. I work with and you know what they do is teach people, how to go out and find find real estate and investment homes and they train you. You on what to do where to go. They have unbelievable software that you can follow this an app on your phone, and it'll show you what houses to go to and that, that, you know, you have a very good chance of buying, and it's just a really good company, and it's also personal growth. So it's not only teaching about real estate, but also personal growth. And they're looking to hire, they wanna hired the people that come in, and, and, and, and go to this event. So it's going to be really, really cool event. We're gonna put the link on, on it on our Facebook page, and for, for those of you that are, that are looking might want to attend are interested in learning a little bit more about real estate and a little bit wanted to do some personal growth as well. All right. Go to Doug Hopkins real estate at Facebook and get more information on net last week. We're talking about Airbnb rentals, and what a great idea was to make some good money if you do it on a per month basis, and I actually read here in the valley. Seventy three percent occupancy rate of Airbnb, and that's Monday through Sunday. Well, that's, that's like for the month, and there's like over there's tens of thousands of these that are out there. We talked about that one earlier that, that, that house that, that got destroyed. Oh, you mean this one right here? Ripped it off the wall cracked it split up, and it's, it's pretty intense brehme's. There is absolutely no party when it comes to picking up the pieces this full of my shirts. It's pretty empty. Now, Airbnb agreement Charlie offered his house to only seven..

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"gary howard" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

11:56 min | 2 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"I'm Eric Harley as we move into a Friday. Hey, it's the bonus show. Gary Howard undoing very good in. It was very, very interesting day yesterday as extremely come. I was probably even more so in that room. So I walked into the cabinet room. You had the the group. Cryan Chuck crazy. Nancy? I tell you what I've been watching her, and I have I have been watching her for long periods of time. She's not the same person. She's lost it. Many are supporting. I must say they've told us, they're supporting. Regardless of leadership. I don't think Nancy Pelosi understands the deal is too complicated, but it's not a complicated deal talking about US MCA. Yeah. In, in that one, but the back and forth going on yesterday's, you know we try not to focus on, on the specifics, or the credibility of each accusation throw the political accusation or mental capability accusations that are being thrown back and forth right now. We like to get to the heart of the matter that what is the actual substance. And what really really really, really is going on here, I think, again, after yesterday that you will see the I think the Democrats are gonna go full bore with impeachment, and I believe, with the president coming out and, and telling the, you know, the attorney general that we need to declassify this stuff ASAP. A p I think this is a time where both are going forward. The only thing is the Democrats, don't have anything that we don't know about already, and the Democrats think that they have on the president is, is already public to begin with, and we'll see what the Republicans had you. And I've said for the very long time in, I don't know how long it's been what seven eight months, maybe nine months since the president. Maybe it's longer than that. When the president, you know, threatened to declassify wait a minute longer than that, because it was last fall, where the president said where he said, Well, I, I don't, you know, I'll I'll release it. If they come, I'll re release the classified information if they come after me, but other than that, I don't know because the American public probably can't handle it. We disagreed with the president at that time when he said it, we believe, everything should be released now to the to the American of. A public, it does get a little frustrating when for over a year the Republicans have said they're going to release it and nothing has been released yet. So again, a from what I saw, he told the attorney general to release it as soon as possible, but we still don't have a date. So we don't know how long this is this is going to go on. So we'll talk about the circus going on in Washington. The president gives you attorney general the authority to declassify documents and orders intelligence agencies to cooperate with the attorney general. We will get to that the Democrats still going down the road to impeachment. I don't know. I didn't get a I didn't get an idea yesterday was funny. How many stories I've read for the mainstream media where they talk about impeachment. But never in there, do they say any needs to be impeached for this specific reason. Well, here's the speaker yesterday. She says, get the facts to the American people in our investigation. It may take us to a place that is unavoidable in terms of impeachment, but we're not at that place. She said that yesterday morning. So she's walking it back a little bit. Here's the question, then it gets down to the timing. So if they're not. That place yet that means the investigation has to happen. I that means they want impeachment next year. Because think about this. He got it was summer break. Right. So your investigation is probably going to take a great deal of time in the fall, which means impeachment they would want on the table next year. If if that's what she sang, if she's not saying, if she's not implying here that they're going to walk away completely from impeachment. Then what she's saying is we're going to do the investigation I well I mean it was yesterday. Mean it, I'm gonna play this audio cut here from a Pelosi from yesterday because there's messages, there's mixed messages coming out all over the place. Here. She is. But I think what really got to these court cases. And the fact that half democratic caucus is not on a path to impeachment, and that's where he wants us to be. She kept saying he wants to be impeached right avenue. And I thought that was important because that's the that's the message. That's coming out. I mean, how many Democrats have said that based on what the president has never meant mentioned. He wishes to be impeached. The only people that are brought up in peach -ment are the Democrats. So it's interesting messaging in you and I were speculating yesterday. What is what is what is it about? Are they trying is that Nancy trying to send a message to her base that we don't wish to impeach that? Look, if we're if we go down the impeachment, it is, is that the only defense that Nancy believes that she has to stop impeachment that she believes, will destroy the Democrats in twenty twenty that the only way is bid that this messaging is going out to the democrat party. That's what it's for. It's for the rank and file that Trump wants to be impeach Trump wants he wants us to do this. He's at how many I, I saw it again. Yesterday is are there are the Democrats being goaded into impeachment. As if this is all this is all the brainchild of Trump that is sitting back there going, pulling all the strings because he wishes to be impeached, because he thinks. That's going to help them. And so Democrats, we don't need to go down this particular road. I don't know why else you have so many in the democrat party that are saying the Trump wishes to be impeached. Trump didn't bring this up. You brought it up. Nobody's talking of maybe in conservative talk radio. People are talking about this, but the mainstream media is never questioning why is this messaging out there? Why is it out there every day? Is it Nancy believes she'd cannot stop the AO? See tha Leib Omar left that she cannot stop them from impeachment. That unless she comes up with the bazaar explanation, that we can't go down this road because it's exactly what Trump wants. Trump is the one that wishes to be impeached, and we can't give Trump what he wants it. It's almost like you said it Trump came out, if Trump came out, it's the whole improves your philosophy that if Trump came out, tomorrow and said. I believe that we should have nationalized health insurance. We should have a single payer system both over the insurance industry and the medical industry were all where all healthcare would be government control at that point, we'd never see a single payer system. They would say he wants it because he wants it to fail. Exact-. That's exactly what they would say. Exactly. And you, you said that the longest Trump came out and just said, I wanna to do all these liberal things with the liberals rejected because it was Trump. And I'm wondering if that's not the same thing going on here. Well, they know remember there was a what a couple of weeks ago, we were talking about how the word on the hill was that they knew the leadership new on the left that if they moved to impeachment, it was going to gel his base, and it could build it. And you're seeing some of the polls right now where the president's performing really? Well, we talked about that Florida poll that came out a couple of days ago where the president as is at fifty in all of those polls, Donna, Shalala, right? Serving in that state kind of really soft approach on the whole impeachment thing and saying, you know, because she was with the Clintons bill's whole thing. Well, yeah, we got to be careful about that. It's divisive even Nancy set. It Nancy said it yesterday. It's divisive. She's here's what I think I think she's hearing from the chalets and AOC's. I think she's hearing from those, it's exactly what we talked about yesterday though. Swing districts where she doesn't know what to do. And see. Here's the thing, if you believe for a moment that this president has a political death wish. You've been living on another planet for the last two years planning simple. This president now at times we ask Jesus. He really one away with the gas tax thing. That's what Tucker Carlson also asked. But because we said, you know, these are missteps on, on, whatever it is, whether it's tariffs or, or messaging or whatever else, but for Nancy is trying to make it sound like during the day as this chant got, louder, you know, he really wants to be impeached. He, he really wants to be impeached, because she didn't go. For there to say he believes it will help him. Right. He believes that will build his base. She didn't say that. So it's like they're trying to turn their talking points into some bizarre theory that he has a political death wish that what, what I'm getting from the Democrats is what they're trying to say is Trump wishes to be impeached, because he's crazy. Right. Or that exactly that Trump is so off. And that's why he needs to be impeached. Right. Because that's what the left will say. Well, that's why needs to be anybody who has because the be impeach anything president impeachment needs to be impeached. He's off the rail. It's like it's a circular logic that comes into it ends up justifying itself, Trump will we can't give Trump what he wants because Trump wishes to be impeached. I mean he wishes to be impeached. He he's just crazy. He wishes to be impeached, and we can't give him what he wants will know if he that crazy, where he wishes to be impeach. Then we need to impeach him. And then Pelosi is like, well, I don't know how to respond to that from the left. What do I do? Now. I it is. It is just I find it fascinating. Because when you when you look at the narrative, and again, I'm. I guess we have to Todd. I'm getting off from what I wanna talk about, which is the substance of where we're going. But to have to talk about the politics of it because it's just it is. It's the, the, the politics out there will decide where we go is country. So it is important to do that. But it seems that the narrative yesterday from the media was to, you know was yeah. This president's really unstable. Nobody's questioning that, that line coming from Democrats in oh, that he wishes to be impeach, which is, and then Nancy coming out and saying it yesterday, and we talked about it. That this guy just wishes to be in bad peach ten. So the message is we can't give it to them. And then the left saying will know if he's had crazy, where he wishes to be impeached. We don't know what he's going to do. So we need to impeach him. It actually shows that the party and really disarray because they're trying to portray the White House in disarray, but really, what's in disarray is a democrat party..

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"gary howard" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"But that's a different subject to another day. Gary Howard, if you listened to whisk, stop laughing. Here's the point the point that I'm trying to make to you is everybody every spot need the goal. Happy score. And the NBA would all these little stop pedalling rules try to dissuade some of that. But I'm talking about the cats you practiced with talking about a do Gunar his old teammates. If he gotta be that ain't on camera. Okay. You get away with some stuff that way. I'm just saying today say ESPN, it's eighty seven to ninety seven my man Keyshawn Johnson. What I'm talking about? He tried to be hard. He he's actually a very nice guy. He'll tell you years, but he a lover not a fighter. He ain't trying to start. No trouble with no bonding. You know, they'll let kisha full you 'kisan. Give me wrong. There's no punk in him whatsoever. But Qissan type of K hater he gonna talk. He love and not a fight. He tried to do that happily married, man. I won't say that. But you love and not a fighter trying to do nothing like that. He just think Opie Oppong. But you need to go. Oh, there's just as simple anyway. Back to our regularly scheduled programing for I get to the phones. This some news that I was part of this week and after agent house-key in Saudi extraordinaire broke, the news that the Lakers had hired Frank Vogel as their new coach, obviously some of the inside information came away. 'cause that's why I'm the grave digger. What I do. I ain't got Tom. I'm past that Tom of my career, not knocking anybody who does it Adam Schefter was Rousey, those Gaza. Phenomenal great in every way now but love for them. But my days trying to be an inside had long passed hosted shows got top for that be the first to the story, please give me dirt after wide happened. That's we I excel now, here's the deal. Frank Vogel is the new head coach for the Los Angeles Lakers. I'd be shocked if he lasted to us. Am I shot as absolutely positively nothing to do with Frank? That's not the reason I'm taking that position. The reason I'm taking that position because he's not demand the Lakers wanted. Anyway, remember, they offered Monty Williams job before he took it in Phoenix. They offer Todd Luda job before he passed it up. Both did had a problem with the three year deal instead of five year deal being offered and both had a problem with the fact that the Lakers were trying to pick their coaching staff, Lionel Holland's, Mike Woodson former coach of the New York Knicks last time they wanted division title. He was coaching them. And he was a leader system. Doc Rivers for the clippers. Jay Bickerstaff, all of these coaches were or were in the process of being interview. Frank Vogel wasn't a part of the list, but Frank Vogel snuck himself in clearly was willing to take three years at a million less per year. Then Tyler new which saved the Lakers three million dollars. Plus he was like fine. Go ahead and pick my sad because nobody was knocking on a door for the coach that used to coach the Indiana Pacers for ten years and coach them to four consecutive playoff appearances and five times in the last six years in a postseason. Nobody looked at Frank Vogel. And was like let me not his daughter get him as the head coach. So as a result he was trying to be back in the mix. I can't hate on him for taking that opportunity. He did the right thing for himself. He got five million a year. Guaranteed for at least two of the three years. If I remember correctly. And by the way, if he wins who knows what may happen..

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"gary howard" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on KCRW

"Books and then thinking, oh is this a movie or not? And there's that moment where you go. No, not a movie or. Yeah. This could be a movie, and and as as someone telling me something, or is I'm reading something, you know, the movies may start playing in my head. And and as I'm reading I'm wondering, okay, does this have a second actors have a third act doesn't have an ending. That's the big one doesn't have an ending the movies need endings, unlike television movies, really need it. And and that's the biggest the big difference CNN. That's why I'm not interested in television. It's television doesn't have an ending. The ending of television is come back next week depending of movies kick, you out the door, and you have to go back to your life and see your life through the lens of the film. So I read this book and had an ending. Now, he makes this speech. They speech the last speech. She makes his a politician. And it's beautiful. It's his best speech. So I wrote down my thoughts, and I reached out to Matt by who had already teamed up with Jay Carson and the three of us got together. And we watched the candidate together. And I said, I think this is what we're trying to make tunnelling, and then we started to get together. And we would just literally just start throwing stuff on the board. And it wasn't as much about. The plot is is the first time I made a movie where the plot had already been spoken for, you know, this these real life events, you know, as my first movie about a real person real person, by the way, would eventually see the movie and. And so it became more about how and why and the how was this kind of overlapping style to put you in the room that was built on the shoulders of the experience of map. I and j Carson in their political careers and mixed the important conversations with stuff that was innocuous funny ridiculous. And and and the question became how do we write a screenplay? They intertwines all these things it's the truth. My guess who's just to the difference between film and television is Jason Reitman. His new film director is the front runner. You just dangled the participle if you will what a Gary Hart. Have you talked to him Sasina film? Yeah. No, I brought him. I brought him. The film I flew to Denver. The first person was Donna rice. She saw it here in L A, and then I flipped Denver. And I showed the film to his whole campaign team which flew in from around the country to Denver to watch the film. Then a it to Gary and leeann as kids and then to Tom Fiedler from the Miami Herald. Flocked to Boston Showtime there. These are the scariest screenings on my life, and he is scarier than bringing my short films to show my dad, you know, if I told you I was going to make a movie about your life. Let me pick the worst week that'd be any week. But. The other question would be who care, but more to the point when you showed the film to these people walk me through the reactions from Donna rice to the campaign crew to shirt to heart himself. First thing. Everyone says is. Hugh Jackman is an amazing actor that is that is the first response from elderly person who sees including Gary Howard, including Gary Hart. It's kind of overwhelmed at.

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"gary howard" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson

"Harvard and all these top universities are building online courses, and it's too it's not for their students. It's to reach the masses because they realized there's this huge democratization of education that's happening. Look, we've got almost eight billion people now that we need to educate and the burden of that education is all the heavier because we're moving towards a knowledge economy, right? So like talk all you want about automating and AI is eventually gonna replace. But in the short term, we gotta educate all these people. We need to do a damn good job if we're going to survive as a species. And so we need ways to scale education. Let me speak to that in in what you said. I actually think in a lot of ways, and I take this from the world of marketing when. I, I learned the difference between selling marketing is when I started studying Gary Howard, he had this term cannon clone yourself, and you know, selling his what you do when you're on the phone or face to face with somebody in this way, I define it and marketing is what you do to get someone on the phone of face to face with you properly position. So by the time they talked to either pre interested pre motivated prequalified in predisposed to business with you. And of course, I started using that definition before the internet even existed. So there was a whole 'nother level of, you know, not having access to videos and social media and all the stuff that we have today and the whole canon clone yourself can also be applied here with teaching in the thing with maybe someone's not able to get you one on one how ever. I actually think people digest information in sometimes in different receptivity level with their don't have to respond to another person. So when you know when it comes to marketing, there's this thing when people were not buying things. On the internet. They would literally call up a carpet cleaning company. They would call a real estate agent or they would call store and they would ask how much do you charge and they would start engaging in the education used actually come from a human being right for your call and insurance company wanted to quote on your car insurance. There wasn't some video on YouTube as you didn't exist. There was no, you know thing that you could just have a website of find it instantaneously. So you would call another human being in what I realized is that with automation there, it took away the phone call fear where so there is a fear that exists when you have. So if you're sitting here working with me and I happen to be preoccupied in my mind, and you know me is about. And there there are times where if is watching a video or a training, one of your courses, I'm receptive. I can rewind it if I didn't get held. If we're just sitting here talking for an hour and I can check out for like five minutes, but you're rattling through well, I may have missed that five minutes. But the beauty of course, is that in the same thing with marketing, I would tell people a free recorded message consumer awareness guide. Someone doesn't have to say yes or no to the salesperson. So they may in and if someone was able to actually put it out there in in clone it, it actually comes across as more believable because what I've learned in selling environment, a sales person could actually mislead you. They can bullshit you. They can say things that aren't, you know that aren't inquire entirely accurate, but if that was actually recorded or it's, it was written in words or video set somewhere in actually becomes a believability subject to regulation. It's false advertising. Exactly. So there's a level of credibility that the Mark. Replace perceives you when you're when you're canning and clone yourself doing that through marketing materials, doing that books, courses, podcasts, and in this case of full blown course. Yeah. And you know, I mentioned, we started the interview with, I'd take some online courses, which is what turned me on a big moment of clarity for me and one of the seminal experiences I distinctly remember. So I went to NCI which if people don't always the rated as the best business school in the world, no one's ever heard of it, but it ranks above Stanford some years in some years..

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"gary howard" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Tied for sixth in scoring with eighty six points pressure by the devils hall knocked loose score puck is lose only the bacteria drives off of basil leschi boat he sure brad had chances with a shot hit a man in front and now it snapped up ahead jt miller cookie get a step on slows down shots hey by the puck to the corner so when there's a breakdown kincaid is there the devils come away with it man ever means one nothing here's outside the blue light shift is over he rolls it in devil's just keep playing four lines rolling them out there here's a dump in that leads to an icing call by the lightning thirteen seventeen to go in the second a face off in damp as n woah taylor hall is flying as you see it mad he goes on the floor check and he gets the puck behind it out debris shovel it overtake he share but the puck was in so tight they couldn't get it up and over the pads leschi but when hall is four decca you've seen he does something a lot of skaters don't he throws that sticky pushes it out as far as you get it it's kind of intimidating to the guy the defender with the puck and it pays dividends that he's coming at them so fast devils win the draw mueller for pusher slapshot that's off the glove of as a ski to the corner picked up by kunitz clears at the center ice but the devils gain control once more grabner redirects into the here's mcdonagh former ranger for adam ernie the connecticut kid and he isis the puck ernie from new haven connecticut little something about new hey i broke career at first pro season was with your new haven nighthawks and connecticut just a great state who were some of the guys on that team oil can harry who else a william you don't really really there and who else do we have gary howard one cups and bobby nystrom one four couple of big names their oil ten harry got to ask you about that nickname mueller with a shot off the drop box like mueller gets it back those cross ice for butcher risk download laid behind the net by boyle protects on the back kennedy moves up side now to put your with a shot that's blocked away he'll race back after ernie lifts is thick with butcher spins off that try.

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"gary howard" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Harley let's move in june on wednesday gary howard undoing really really good a we have another opportunity here but first we have a ton of thanks to talk about the food coming up here in just a little bit north korea fire safa an another missile cnn publishes a column asking to ban the term fake news as cnn pulls out of the white house christmas party schumer in pelosi are no shows that of trump and congressional leader meeting george costanza loses again uh the the uh this a big news in in the temporary and a woman of armed florida and i guess actually making national news because you and i'd been paying attention to a but the tampa police arrested that possible serial killer um uh will have more details on that coming up a cokie roberts of former reporter cokie robert said that everyone knew not to be around john connors and another former aide said most of us saw him in his underwear as another allegation comes out we'll tell you about the descent into polka hottest not offended by trump as is neither uh one of the novel hope codetalkers who was asked after the uh the award ceremony with the president more on the senate tax plan latest polls on the alabama race but i want to do this yesterday we just didn't have time and and i wanted to help out all of our friends on the left because i i really you know you seemed to be just frustrated um beyond anything i've ever seen and there are some solutions.

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"gary howard" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"And welcome he's gary mcnamara i'm eric harley let's move in soon on wednesday gary howard i'm doing really really good we have another opportunity here well first we got a ton of thanks to talk about a big coming up your enfold bit north korea meyer safa an another missile cnn publishes a column asking to ban the term fake news as cnn pulls out of the white house christmas party schumer and pelosi are no shows that a trump and congressional leader meeting george costanzo loses again uh the the uh this a big news in in uh the temporary and a woman of armed florida in i guess actually making national news because you and i've been paying attention to a but the tampa police arrested that possible serial killer uh we'll have more details on that coming up a cokie roberts of former reporter cokie roberts said that everyone knew not to be around john connors and another former aide said most of us saw him in his underwear as another allegation comes out we'll tell you about the descent into polka hottest not offended by trump as is neither uh one of the novel hope code talkers who was asked after the uh the award ceremony with the president more on the senate tax plan latest polls on the alabama race but i wanted to do this yesterday we just didn't have time and and and i wanted to help out all of our friends on the left because i i really you know you seemed to be just frustrated um beyond anything i've ever seen and there are some solutions.

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"gary howard" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on WDRC

"Let's move in soon on wednesday gary howard undoing a really really good we have another opportunity here but first we got a ton of things to talk about the big coming up europe's forbid north korea fire safa an another missile cnn publishes a column asking to ban the term fake news as cnn pulls out of the white house christmas party schumer and pelosi are no shows that of trump and congressional leader meeting george costanzo loses again uh the the uh this a big news in in the the temporary and a woman of armed florida in i guess actually making national lose because you and i'd been paying attention to a put the dutch tampa police arrest uh that possible serial killer um uh we'll have more details on that coming up a cokie roberts of former reporter coke he roberts said that everyone knew not to be roundrobin conner's and another former aide said most of us saw him in his underwear as another allegation comes out we'll tell you about the descent into polka hot is not offended by trump as is neither uh one of the novel hope code talkers who was asked after the uh the award ceremony with uh the president more on the senate tax plan latest polls on the alabama days but i want to do this yesterday we just didn't have time and and and i wanted to help out all of our friends on the left because i i really you know you seemed to be just frustrated the um beyond anything i've ever seen and there are some solutions to.

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"gary howard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:37 min | 4 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"And welcome she's gary mcnamara i'm eric harley let's move in soon on wednesday gary howard undo and really really good oh we have another opportunity here but first we got a ton of things to talk about the food coming up here in just a little bit north korea fire safa an another missile cnn publishes a column asking to ban the term fake news as cnn pulls out of the white house christmas party schumer in pelosi are no shows a trump and congressional leader meeting george costanzo loses again uh the the uh this a big news in in the temporary and a woman of armed florida in i guess actually making national news because you and i had been paying attention to a but the tampa police arrested that possible serial killer uh we'll have more details on that coming up a cokie roberts a former reporter coke he roberts said that everyone knew not to be around john connors and another former aide said most of us saw him in his underwear as another allegation comes out we'll tell you about the descent into polka hot is not offended by trump as is neither uh one of the novel hope code who was asked after the uh the award ceremony with the president more on the senate tax plan latest polls on the alabama race but i want to do this yesterday we just didn't have time and and i wanted to help out all of our friends on the left because i i really you know you seemed to be just frustrated um beyond anything i've ever seen and there are some solutions to.

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"gary howard" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"The bonus show welcome the friday gary howard is that my dad don't get i i'd i'd say though i just i'm just i'm still writing in all the the number one down which is the kind of thing we right on the snow insent onto everybody this is what the show's in all the different topics them we don't had just have one topic as people know there's a ton of topics but i'm just trying i just i've been like in a stall here for the last five minutes making sure that i wrote this reina was their russian collusion inside of the russian collusion in order to accused the trump campaign of russian collusion uh yes there was an emnid this was the story that the that that uh the opposition research up a firm fusion gps uh the ones behind the trump dossier crafted a memo last year that was presented to members of the trump campaign during the imf trump tower machine as well to a top kremlin official mmhmm which then brings you to the point than i think i'm accurate there was a russian collusion inside the russian collusion in order to accuse the trump campaign abroad in collusion gives you an isu worst gene and so i'm just thinking about that before i came on him say hanoi hover right that was there so i think i had that right there that that would be the quite in collusion inside of the russian collusion in order to accuse the trump campaign of russian collusion what about ukrainian god uh is it over here we owe no no no no no no no no no we still have three more years at least wait a minute he's going to be impeached i saw the ad yeah right a billionaires going to make it happen ryan okay good luck ah gene oh man i i love i love it the reaction he spending ten million of his own money the.

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"gary howard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The bonus show welcome the friday gary howard if that button right there at doing good jeff don't good i i'd say though i just i'm just an i'm still riding in all the the the rundown which is the thing that we right on the snow and send onto everybody this is what the gene all the had just have one topic as people know there's a ton of topics but i'm just trying i i just i i've been like in a stall here for the last five minutes making sure that i wrote this right was there russian collusion inside of the russian collusion in order to accused the trump campaign of russian collusion uh yes there was and story that the that that uh the opposition research up a firm fusion gps uh the the bahamas dogged the a crafted a memo last year that was presented to members of the trump campaign the imf from his trump tower meeting as well to a top kremlin official mmhmm mm which then brings you to the point than i think i'm accurate there was a russian collusion inside the russian collusion in order to accuse the trump campaign of russian collusion yang xiaoji worse is headed and so i'm just thinking about that before i came on himself that was it so i think i have that right there that dog be the question was named collusion in san to the trump campaign of russian collusion what about ukrainian uh why is that over here.

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"gary howard" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:51 min | 4 years ago

"gary howard" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"To the weekend the remainder of the night we'll just see fair and warm conditions lows will be in the '70s in your didi during the day on saturday when start out with sunshine a very hot day with near record if not recordbreaking the expected since scattered showers and thunderstorms during the fbi new with high temperatures run ninety five degrees live from a crashed through retirement show studios get educated fly filled can ele show and small saturdays at ten am on news talk gay fifty wft al gary mcnamara and eric hurley told you about everything boom altered scheduled eulogies and news of the day whether europa or you're just over you won't groomed judicial busey's would already old allowed welcome views gary mcnamara i'm eric harley it's wednesday gary howard i'm doing good as plenty to talk about isn't of there they are all coming up john mccain speech to the senate trump and sessions repeal and replace dead here's the story we are outsourcing manufacturing jobs to other countries because americans cannot passed drug tests story out there that to actually went to you know different different companies that are hiring you don't even need to have a high school degree fifteen to twenty five dollars an hour full benefits can't find the people to do it one company talking half of the piece people coming in and cannot pass a drug test i'm surprised it's only there and and they actually talked to one copy said no were were losing business we can't do the business that we need to do because we can't find the people and our competitor that is not in the united states is taking business away from us because we can't find the people to do it wow we'll give that coming up here in just.

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