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After Decrying Republican Gerrymandering, Democrats Embrace It in NY
"To talk about gerrymandering. Now, gerrymandering has a very interesting history, which goes back to 1812. There was a representative named elbridge Gerry, and this was a guy who invented the practice of designing exotic looking districts, very often districts that looked like a snake or a salamander. And because this practice became controversial, the Boston gazette described it using his name and using the idea of the salamander as a gerrymander. Now, this is something that, of course, both parties do. In states in which they had the majority, they draw, since congressional districting is kind of a state process within the state, they draw districts to favor themselves. Now recently a court in North Carolina struck down the Republicans redistricting or gerrymandering plan and here is Joe Biden, quoting him. Voters should choose their representatives not the other way around. So here is a Biden celebrating the decision and implying that gerrymandering is somehow very undemocratic. The Brennan center, liberal organization, has also said quote, gerrymandering is deeply undemocratic. And of course, we see time after time people on CNN and MSNBC, gerrymandering is an attack on our democracy. Now, when Biden made his statement, he's very careful to focus only on North Carolina. And in fact, to continue quoting Biden for too long, partisan gerrymandering has allowed politicians to rig the political process and draw districts in their favor. But what Biden failed to mention is that in New York, they're doing exactly the same thing. In New York, it's the Democrats that are doing gerrymandering. Now, New York is losing population. People are moving out of New York, and so New York has been losing a little bit in terms of congressional representation, so what they're doing is, despite the loss of representation, they're trying to draw exotic districts in New York, salamander districts, if I can use that phrase, they're trying, for example, to protect Jerry Nadler using gerrymandering.
Brown scores 34 points, Celtics beat Cavaliers 111-101
"Jaylen Jaylen brown brown poured poured in in thirty thirty four four appointed appointed Robert Robert Williams Williams the the third third had had a a double double double double as as the the Celtics Celtics beat beat the the Cavaliers Cavaliers won won eleven eleven one one a a one one brown brown says says he's he's still still trying trying to to round round into into shape shape I I missed missed a a lot lot of of time time armed armed with with an an injury injury and and just just trying trying to to work work my my way way back back in in at at the the same same time time when when games games Williams Williams delivered delivered a a career career high high twenty twenty one one points points and and eleven eleven rebounds rebounds and and seven seven assists assists helping helping the the Celtics Celtics and and Cleveland Cleveland six six game game winning winning streak streak Jayson Jayson Tatum Tatum added added eighteen eighteen points points for for Boston Boston which which led led by by as as many many as as twenty twenty three three the the Cavaliers Cavaliers were were missing missing starters starters Isaac Isaac a a choral choral Evan Evan moblie moblie and and Jared Jared Allen Allen each each of of whom whom is is in in the the NBA's NBA's health health and and safety safety protocols protocols Gerry's Gerry's garland garland led led Cleveland Cleveland with with twenty twenty eight eight points points Kevin Kevin Lowe Lowe had had eighteen eighteen inch inch ID ID Osmond Osmond thirteen thirteen I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
Baylor holds on for Big 12 title, knocks Okla St out of CFP
"Number number nine nine Baylor Baylor held held on on to to beat beat fifth fifth ranked ranked Oklahoma Oklahoma state state twenty twenty one one sixteen sixteen of of the the big big twelve twelve championship championship game game knocking knocking Oklahoma Oklahoma state state out out of of contention contention for for a a playoff playoff spot spot Blake Blake Schaper Schaper who who started started a a quarterback quarterback again again in in place place of of the the injured injured Gerry Gerry Bohannon Bohannon threw threw three three touchdown touchdown passes passes in in the the first first half half completed completed its its first first seventeen seventeen passes passes the the game game to to help help Baylor Baylor builder builder twenty twenty one one three three lead lead Baylor's Baylor's defense defense held held off off a a valiant valiant cowboys cowboys comeback comeback bid bid intercepting intercepting Spencer Spencer Sanders Sanders four four times times in in the the game game Oklahoma Oklahoma state state had had first first and and goal goal four four times times in in the the game game at at the the one one two two six six an an eight eight yard yard lines lines had had to to settle settle for for three three field field goals goals Bob Bob Stevens Stevens Arlington Arlington Texas Texas
Federal judge tells lawyers to pay in US election fraud case
"A federal judge has ordered two lawyers who filed a class action lawsuit over the twenty twenty election defeat of Donald Trump to pay the attorney's fees for the defendants the lawsuit now dismissed allege the twenty twenty presidential election was stolen from Donald Trump and that elections officials in four states Facebook and dominion voting systems were responsible a federal magistrate ruled in August attorneys Gerry D. fielder and Ernest J. Walker should pay penalties to the defendants and is now ordering they pay another one hundred eighty thousand dollars in attorney's fees U.
Gregg Jarrett on Adam Schiff's Disgraceful Legacy
"Greg Gerry, you sent me a piece on Friday entitled Adam Schiff's disgraceful legacy. Right there, we heard him say the following. Anyone who lied to Christopher Steele. Or the FBI should be prosecuted. What about chairman of the intelligence committee of the House of Representatives who lied to America for four years about their having seen the quote incontrovertible evidence of Russian collusion between the Trump campaign and Moscow? There are a lot of liars associated with the great Russia hoax and the ensuing witch hunt. Hillary Clinton, Christopher Steele, Igor steel source, I'd add James Comey to the list. But in my book, I wrote in the column, the most remorseless liar of all the flagrant huckster of hysteria over the Russia hoax is none other than Adam Schiff. Which Sean Hannity loves to call shifty shift. I mean, he is the most mendacious of them all. I mean, he is the top of the party not in terms of who lied the most and most often for four years. That's right. You know, he'd walk a mile for a camera shift did hundreds and hundreds of interviews with the stock up media. They didn't know a damn thing because they didn't bother to actually investigate any of the allegations or try to corroborate any of the dossier they simply took it as gospel as if it were scripture from Moses. You know, and so they are winning accessories the media. But they were played for fools. They were winning dupes. And at the hands of people, like Adam Schiff, who kept insisting over and over again, week after week year after year for years that he had in convertible evidence that Trump was a Russian asset who plotted with Putin in the bowels of the Kremlin to steal the 2016 election he said he had concrete evidence, absolute evidence, he'd seen it with his own eyes. We're just on the verge of the big reveal and he promised again and again, he was going to reveal it, but oh, you know, it's classified information right
Stroud throws 5 TD passes, No. 6 Ohio State routs Purdue
"Moving to nine and one on the season the number four ranked Ohio State Buckeyes dominated the nineteenth ranked Purdue Boilermakers fifty nine to thirty one at home Ohio state after one half lead forty five to seventeen scoring on their first aid offense of Dr Gerry Wilson in his first game back from injury collected ten receptions for a hundred twenty six dollars and a fifty one yard rushing touchdown on a jet sweep as well Ohio state quarterback CJ scribes also terrific throwing five touchdown my job is to sit back there and deliver them also I mean when they get to play fast and and then go do the things so on the off line on the fly with we go better is often spotted at despite the loss of your car make a no call for Purdue played well during the nearly four hundred yards and four touchdowns Maxwell Kongolo miss Ohio
No. 18 Baylor 27-14 win ends No. 4 Oklahoma 17-game streak
"Oklahoma has fallen from the unbeaten ranks with an unimpressive offensive showing in a twenty eight fourteen lost to C. F. P. number eighteen Baylor Gerry Bohannon threw for a touchdown and ran for two others helping the bears in the Sooners seventeen game winning streak Abram Smith at one hundred forty eight yards rushing including a seventy five yard scamper to set up the first double hand it's rushing touchdowns in the fourth quarter the sooner started the game nine and now an eighth in the CFP rankings before being held to two hundred sixty total yards their fewest under Lincoln Riley I'm the ferry
Film TV workers union says strike to start next week
"Hollywood crews are threatening to strike studios are at odds with the union representing film and television crews which says it's sixty thousand members will begin a nationwide strike on Monday if it doesn't reach a deal a strike would bring a halt to filming on a broad range of productions union leaders say catching up on production is delayed by the pandemic is resulting in worse working conditions union members say they're forced to work excessive hours and are given reasonable rest or meal breaks and that the lowest paid crass get a livable wages a publicist for the group representing the studio's Gerry Gonzalez says
"gerry i" Discussed on The Photographer's Journey
"And initially, I was supposed to do all the gallery as per usual. But because of the COVID restrictions and everything, it was really, really tight, and it was really difficult. It was the first time that there was a big production of this size while we were, I think we were in between lockdowns. We're currently under lockdown now. And we're going into it for another 28 days, apparently. So we've been hurting a little bit. So you know, so fun times. So the way they had to do it is like camera teams had to get tested. They had to hire their oh yeah, they have a higher their own doctor, their own COVID people. To do the tests onset, camera team twice a week. And anybody going in to get COVID tests every Monday, it was kind of crazy. So the opportunities for photography would just like nil. Most of the work that I was doing on that was remote digital compositing. So they were sending me cell phone images from the actors and saying, hey, cop, their faces into this and that. And ideally, you'd do the gallery and then you'd have your assets to be able to build it with. But I wasn't able to do that. So finally, we had to kind of pulled in and I was kind of trying to figure out how to do some of these some of these photos that were going to appear in scene because there was I had to pick a picture and then they were going to cut to. And we were supposed to have the actors in, but we couldn't do it. And so there was me the art director and the director, Johann Roberts, and they were trying to figure out how we're going to do this..
"gerry i" Discussed on The Photographer's Journey
"And she was just I don't know, we're just having fun and I said, hey, let's just go do some photos right against the white wall. I'm just going to do some things similar to the photo that you saw of Robbie amell. Just want to wait kind of nice black and white kind of striking image. And she's wearing a sweater and we're just doing this photos. And it was with an old Panasonic GF one, like ten year old little tiny little micro four thirds camera that I just had picking around. And if you actually look at the images and you compare it to what I normally use like a D 8 50, there's almost like when you're looking at it online or something like there's almost no difference in terms of quality, right? So really, I'm looking at these two images, and I'm like, it's not about the camera. It's about the image itself. It's about the subject, it's about all these things. And the camera is just a tool to get the job done. And if you're, you know, if you're a good work, you know, you have a good craft and or if you're a good craftsman, you should be able to create a solid image with any tool that you have. And but all I have to say, the whole meaning in terms of seeing in front of interesting things, it's like, yeah, you can have the most technically perfect image. And, you know, but it's something that's uninteresting while it's not going to be no one's no one's going to care how good technically the quality is. So you really have to kind of stand out and stand in private interesting things. That's why this most important is to get out there and actually do stuff. You know, that's how you create the images, and that's how you get the visuals that you want. Tell me a little bit about your work. So I'm looking at your website, Jerry, Kingsley dot com. I believe.
"gerry i" Discussed on The Photographer's Journey
"Yeah, I think one of the main things just thinking about it right now is probably just don't necessarily put too much stock into what everybody else thinks. You know, don't worry about what you know what other people are doing and really just kind of focus on yourself and compete with yourself and make sure that you're on that path. I find it's really easy. It's easy to kind of get lost in the weeds and kind of get sucked into some of these social platforms. And then you spend your whole day, you know, on there rather than really working on your craft. And then, you know, I understand why, I mean, we're kind of set a narrative that you have to have these presences, you have to constantly be tweaking your algorithms and doing all this hashtag and stuff. And, you know, it's a great compliment to it to your system. But if that's your all day end all be all, to me, I'm to me, I don't think that's sustainable because how much time do you actually have to really get better at your craft to have more meaningful conversations with your clientele? I can more of the traditional way of meeting people face to face, you know, going to meetings and working based off referrals, but not necessarily just throwing a bunch of money at a tech giant and hopefully they'll ingratiate me in the populations, you know, or whatever whatever it is. Have you ever actually gotten a job through the tech joins, the instagrams and social media? Was there ever an opportunity that came through that? Those channels? Yeah. There are, but I find like most of the most of my major clients do not don't come from those areas. They're not the demographics, like some of the portrait stuff. I'll totally get through Instagram and be like, hey, I like your work, and I want to work with you, cool, and I'll do some basic portrait packages..
Breaking From the UK: No Baby Has Been Called ‘Gary’ Since 1993
"Also in breaking us. Gary despair as news breaks in the uk that no baby hasn't been named gary since nineteen ninety-three gary extinction only alleviated by the high proportion of creepy gerry's dating way younger than is appropriate. Which should keep the scatter plot of the gary. Gene pool spread over time. I am just now imagining a baby named gary. And it's the funniest thing i've ever thought of is gary is gary the full name. I guess it is right. But gary feels like one of those names where it should be the nickname. I think gary is the nickname i think people have been cold. Gareth since nineteen ninety-three. But i feel like the assertiveness of cooling your child gary visit particular package of assumptions bills like naming and baby. Bother like that
"gerry i" Discussed on The Librocube
"Podcast for sure whether you start with that episode or not will depend on if you wanna be a little more adventurous. Let's say if if you like a little adventure start with that episode where some things won't make sense In be a little crazier than an average one. Okay moving onto the final thing of internet's intercourse alexandria unlimited. Oh of course. I was gonna talk about this eventually. i am to up so dzon. Now if you're unfamiliar with this it is sort of between seasons lenny campaign from the people over at critical role It takes place Six years after campaign to a whole different cast of characters and got say two episodes. And i am digging it. It's interesting to and men is going to be tough for A brea umbria. Oh shoot. I just realized i don't know if it's brea umbria pretty cypriot I've heard it said but You know again. It's early in the morning ends. I have the dreaded name curse which i have an alluded to in a long time Gotta be tough. She's the the the diem for the for these for these sessions Gonna be tough to hop into a world created by someone else. I mean a guaranteed. She has some leeway to create things That will exist forever in this in this universe however yet got to have some of that nervousness. I imagine at least. I know i would of stepping on things or or adding things that just don't fit from the perspective of the person who created it matt mercer Not least of which that nerves has to come from the fact. That bouncer is one of the fucking players at the table Sitting there watching you do things to the world he created. That's gotta be nerve wracking as well so At least i know for myself. If i was in that situation my nerves would be cranked to eleven so the fact that she is doing as well as she has in these first two episodes is damn impressive So just one thing in thinking in particular they forget how it came up. Oh someone said they're not in kansas anymore at one. Point and then another characteristic. What's kansas. Because obviously kansas does not exist in this fantasy realm. She spoke of how she's going to add kansas to the realm as a sort of place that exists matt. Research said. no no. Please don't because then You know in campaign three conceivably it's going to take place later than campaign to i. Hope it does. I hope it's not a prequel anyways. he would have to contend with the fact that now kansas exists in this world So let's find. And i wonder if or what he will take away from this mini campaign and bring forth to his presuming that His is a sequel prequel. Which i think. It'll be a sequel. I imagine it'll be sequel. Okay so we have Let me run down the characters And who are playing them. Amy caro- playing opal. Who is a human warlock she's a delight Love her Probably the newest in terms of has played the least Which you know the does two things Potentially and i could see some people who are just very rules. Heavy and gotta be this. Gotta be gotta be less which i am not See a new player like this in this situation. And we'll say mean things because the internet is a jerk just sort of often and people round steam d and the rules and those who see the rules as law and Sort of religion almost may see someone who doesn't know the rules hundred percent and pooh-poohed them and don't do that because it is a clear that despite the fact that she's Maybe not the most knowledgeable when it comes to the role. She's having fun. That's what the most important goddamn thing is And not only is she having fun the fact that it's so obvious that she is sort of infectious and you could see the other sort of playing off of it and i. I know as a watcher Watching this new person. Play this game. That i love And see her sort of figure things out and just have a blast doing it clearly Sort of reinvigorates. My love it. So thank you aimee. carrero In other new player. That i haven't seen before robbie damon's I think all of these folks are voice actors. Pretty sure Yeah he's playing dorien storm and arrogant osce barred him as well I think maybe slightly better grasp of the rules but the still also figuring it out and having fun doing so He's the type of player that i like because seemingly at least from what i've seen so far he We'll sort of get the story move in which you always need. Someone like that. Similar to travis travis was always a a player. That's okay i do. I do i do this thing. I do this thing. Like he doesn't like sitting around and waiting for things to happen he'll go out there and do it which If you have a whole table full of sort of a tentative players It could slow things down to a crawl. You need the sort of player that will lino get things moving and the. I've seen him do that a couple times. Which is nice ashley johnson. She's playing a fern. Calloway a fawn. Which i guess i wonder if they just re into seder probably a druid circle of wildfire which is interesting One fun thing. I've seen is the interaction between ashley. And amy. because sorta famously Ashley her which of the rules despite playing Any hundreds of hours is not the greatest Which you know amusing and she will admit it herself and does so frequently especially when amy was like a seemingly feeling down on herself a little bit which you know i get that as well For not knowing some of the rules. And and and in the maths of it than ashley sort of chimes then like i still don't know some of the rules which you know meaning before those lighthearted individuals i think like myself probably less so for those angry rural people that mentioned earlier. Matthew mercer finally get in the play which probably doesn't very often probably infrequently playing a dairy axe xavi on eight dwarf. divine soul sorcerer. Interesting very interesting choice. I actually watched a video f. I don't remember it was. It was actually someone. I don't think i've seen before How his build will be sort of really powerful which i could see Mountain dwarf Yeah he's just a good player. I it's something that comes. I think from deming for so long Well you know what. I've heard nightmares. Nightmare scenarios of Deums being bad players In my experience deums are some of the best players just for the reason that they know what you running..
"gerry i" Discussed on The Librocube
"Bit off internet intercourse dolls. Today's internet's integrate sponsor is punch a bunch. Thank you for that. Sponsorship item the first More than one item yes. The prices rate nineteen eighties episodes available for your viewing pleasure over there on youtube. Yeah I forget how i sort of stumbled across this but Came up on my youtube homepage day. Which is a resource. That i quite often us to add things to my weekly playlists or the mrs playlist think we spoke last episode And found one of these and threw it on not really suspecting expecting much other than you know of time watching me an old episode of prices rate but they are caught him too late and the mrs loves them sh- blew up there with her love of lexus farm. Apparently old episodes of the price is right now. Not all of them are like this but my favorite ones are ones in. Which somehow some way in i guess maybe it's polo the quality's pretty good on all the ones i've seen. It's almost like someone recorded these on. Vhs back in nineteen eighty The these episodes some of the ones we've watched anyways and then just a posted them to youtube. I guess transferred them to a pc. Yeah there's some work involved with doing that. Needless to say and then posted to them to go to youtube. Now the reason. I say that and the reason it's cool is because you're not getting the show. You're getting the commercials getting the nineteen eighties commercials. Which is sort of a fascinating trip. Down maybe not necessarily memory lane because the ms now we're born in eighty one so we're not maybe going to Remember the commercials from nineteen eighty Although some of them we do. Because i feel like this may be more of a question did commercials from the eighty s. And maybe even the nineties Did they play them. a lot. more in terms of Like length like a more often like they made a commercial and then let us that commercial for you know years whereas now feel like you see a commercial and maybe we'll see at once or twice although i don't watch tv anymore. So i don't really know if as the ice But i feel like back in the day even compared to when i did still a watch television cable You would see a commercial periodically over the course of years in some cases which is how some commercials sort of become a ingrained in your mind. Whereas now i feel that's a much less likely scenario that the is that accurate. I feel like it is anyways So if you like me Spent time School schooltime lunchtime going to friends house at lunch and watching the prices right. That'll be up your alley and sir. It's a it's a good dose of nostalgia. I'm starting to relearn the game says paul And and get good at So the mrs and i will obviously play along Or have little bat sir stuff like that just to make it a little more funds. Speaking of fun segue julie surprise party. Yes i don't know. If i brought back a double threat yet. A double threat is up as a podcast With host julie klaus ner and tom sharply and it's basically just you know to super funny people. Sit around shooting the shit Not much in the way of you know. Set segments per se however traditionally That is where the as long as your host stars. Findings there Traditionally that is where podcast gould. I feel like At least from my perspective. And why. I love podcasts. That that's how it happens to people putin the shit maybe have some gas. Maybe you don't maybe do some segments. Maybe don't just do. Silliness cranked to eleven. Uh-huh salinas cranked to eleven. And it's a damn too late. So if i haven't brought it back apologies This would be a potentially good. Would it be okay. This is not be a good sun star with live just realized because there's a quite a number of in jokes the yeah a little bit a little bit You you could start with its episode And just not understand potentially some things so It was Julie's birthday which One thing. I liked us. She apparently specifically ask tom. you're not gonna do anything for my birthday. He and he specifically said no of course not so the fact that He then did. Was you know funny For some reason we had a we had throat a lot of the episode One of the guests was colombo. Yes that colombo or rather I looked into it because his his his website was posted Somewhere where i found it. a Impression impressionist impressionist. Impressionist the fuck doing. It's early in the morning folks. Let me just say that impressionist. Who had came on and did his colombo impression for the a very very long time For some reason. I can't i don't actually know why julie big fan of colombo i will admit mind listenership to double threats has been probably only going for six months or so. Yeah it's just i've been listening to the best show for you know i am probably year and change and then He mentioned this came over and have really enjoyed it. So that explains that situation One thing i will say of this guy's colombo impression it sounded a little bit like johnny carson Okay it sounded a lot like johnny carson to the degree where i wondered for a moment if This was like an in joke. That i didn't get where this guy was saying. He was columbo but was doing. Johnny carson president you yeah We had a guest scott thompson of kids in the hall. Awesome apparently friends with With julie which is a did not know and it was a fun thing to find out. fun as well is being on twitter and following all the various kids in the hall seeing some of the shots from the the set of of the new season of kids the hall. I don't know if you knew about that if you like. It's a perhaps not widely known yet but the the they're coming back for at least one more season which is a god damn too late I can't wait to see that Those sort of very informative show for me back in the day for my Comedy early comedy developed brain development is a thing i'm going to say Last but not least and perhaps most impressive. Oh a they before it gets to that. The they had a birthday cake for her with a picture of the Performer divine oh Tom performs a monkey's inspire song..
"gerry i" Discussed on The Librocube
"Talk today. Silver duck sponsor Is diddly squat farm shop. Thank you for that sponsorship all right. We're talking a amazon original. Clarkson's farm the titular clarkson of course played by jeremy clarkson Famed for top gear. Probably first and foremost but also you know perhaps nuts. The most woke individual although although after washing this. I think you know feel free. If there is a listener just appeared to. Correct me. If i'm wrong. I think he's making the attempts to you. Know come up with the times. not being. A sort of old man yells at cloud the that sort of individual. I think he's making attempts to change. Maybe become a little more woke cash if you will That's that's sort of peppered throughout a clarkson's farm which has television documentary series Jeremy clarkson his farm in the cuts. Wald's which i've never heard of the cuts wald's until a saw this so Yeah he is not a farmer his He he's gonna shit tunnel though like a just miles and miles and miles of land that he had someone running and sort of taken care of. And i guess well yeah farming That person then retired and I i guess with jeremy no longer the traveling the globe as much decided. Hey you know what. I'm gonna fucking do this. How hard could it be famous last words. Apparently very fucking heart yeah For the purposes of television sort of me wonder the the amount of shit goes that goes wrong How much of it actually happened. And how much of it. Perhaps you know this is a cynical of course Existed came about for the purposes of drama to make the thing more interesting. I don't know. I don't know i don't know You know. I like to be optimistic. So you know let's just say maybe some and maybe none. You never know like definitely one that he had no control over was the weather which seemed to be a real fucking bitch Too wet or too dry. The happy medium very infrequently seemed to exist One thing. I like of a a a jeremy clarkson is he's a bit of an idiot a a lovable bloke. You could say look i believe. That's the term So to see him. Sort of a fumble. His way through things just entertaining Strangely almost And i don't really know why Who's the mrs who suggested this show I probably would watch it anyways. But she was like a oddly excited to watch it and was the one who initiated. Sir oh can we watch this. Can we watch us. And she wanted to power through these episodes. Whereas i'm like yeah they're fine but I think she liked the more night. At which i don't get it. It's not something. I would have expected Just from past experiences of watching what sort of media. She consumes aka garbage Reading wise. I think i will go solid foreign changes. Well yeah Fun e what did i say it like that. Funny interesting And some education definitely definitely walked away knowing things that i didn't know answered watching it also somewhat devastating In depressing because you see the the difficulty that comes with being a farmer and the fact that it's not going to get easier and we're sort of a not dissimilar to tamara war and her talk of a uncertain future. We're fucked is okay. Let's push this button and move.
Avenatti Sentenced to 2.5 Years in Prison for Extortion
"A federal judge has sentenced California lawyer Michael Avenatti two two and a half years in prison michelada nadie rose to fame representing stormy Daniels in two thousand and eighteen lawsuits against former president Donald Trump Americans deserve to know the truth about their elected leaders his political aspirations evaporated in twenty nineteen when prosecutors charged him with fraud saying he was enjoying a celebrity lifestyle while cheating clients out of millions of dollars and failing to pay his taxes now he's been sentenced to two and a half years in prison for trying to extort up to twenty five million dollars from Nike by threatening the company with bad publicity in a statement former client Gerry Franklin junior Los Angeles youth basketball league organizer said the lawyer's actions devastated him financially professionally and emotionally the judge wrote that evidence showed up in IT devices approach to Nike that was designed to enrich himself rather than address his client's objectives I've been already faces a separate trial next year in Manhattan stormy Daniels has alleged he cheated her out of hundreds of thousands of dollars from a book deal I'm Jennifer king
Walter Mondale, Former Vice President, Dies at 93
"For his time in Washington and in the national political spotlight, including his years in the U. S Senate and later as U. S ambassador to Japan, former Vice President Walter Fritz Mondale has died at the age of 93. Here, CBS White House correspondent Ed O'Keefe. He ran for president against Ronald Reagan and 1984 made history by choosing a female running way. Geraldine Ferraro, I looked The best vice president and I found her and Gerry Ferraro to waged a spirited campaign. But as Democrats trying to make Reagan's age an issue He memorably shot back and Monday. I will not make age an issue of this campaign. I am not going to exploit for political purposes, my opponent's youth and inexperience, Reagan trounced Mondale in a historic landslide. President Biden in remembering the late vice president, said Walter Mondale, defined of the vice presidency as a full partnership and help provide a model for his service.
The Entomology of Boycotts
"I bring you interesting words and you may know all of them That have roots and a person's name, so if you remember quiz from last year i mentioned gerrymandering from Massachusetts governor l. Eldridge Gerry and the shape of voting districts kind of looked like a salamander Boston globe picked it up ran with became the gerrymander. And that's jerry me today. I really hope that some town in that in that area has a salamander mascot named Jerry. Oh that would be amazing right like of all the missed opportunities--ya so well are words today. Come also from people's names so our first one which i find really exciting well. I don't know if i told you this. I know i did on our previous show. But i don't know about the show but i went to ireland once on my honeymoon and scotland early. Yeah but this. This actually comes to us from irish irish. An irish word. The irish invented boycotting because of the english thousand percents. Yeah okay this all started in eighteen. Eighty when charles stewart parnell whom i've never heard of but was a pretty popular. Irish member of parliament named parliament after sir parlor apart so he decided that the english government had failed them in their time of need and they must seize control of their own destiny. This was not long after the potato famine. When you know. The brits really did nothing when they knew there was a problem and actively chose to ignore it while one third of the irish population starved to death. And then they that whole came in. Yeah we're assholes. So arnelle was the son of a protestant landowner who organized the rural masses into agitation against the ruling landlord class so the brits mostly the landlords owned everything. They were jacking up rent. They're throwing people out on the streets. Just terrible terrible people so kind of started. This movement called the three apps he wants fixity of tenure a freedom to sell and fair rent so these are all just people won't be affordable human rights. The same problem we're facing today.
Minneapolis police chief begins testifying in Derek Chauvin trial
"Or hearing from the Minneapolis police chief who's been quoted saying he believes George Floyd's death was murder. The prosecution is focusing on police Department training that show Vin has cited in defense of his actions during Floyd's arrest last year. During which the officer kept his knee on Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes earlier, the jury heard from the emergency room doctor who pronounced Floyd dead after trying to resuscitate him. Prosecutor Gerry Blackwell as Dr Bradford Longer felt if the paramedics who reported to the scene of Floyd's arrest Indicated they suspected a drug overdose or heart attack. There was no report that, for example, the patient complained of chest pain, or was clutching his chest at any point or having any other symptoms to suggest the heart attack that information was absent. The witness testified that based on the information he had at the time he believed that Floyd most likely died from asphyxiation. The other officers charged in connection with Floyd's death are expected to stand trial this summer. The White House
Opening Statements Begin in the Trial of Derek Chauvin
"Of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd is fully underway. Minnesota Judge Peter Kale is given the jurors and alternates instructions. Former officer Derrick Show. Vin, who was white is accused in the killing of Floyd, who was black prosecutor Gerry Black will is in the middle of an opening statement, Mr Derek Shaman. Trade this badge. When you used excessive And unreasonable force. Upon the body. Mr George Floyd. That he put his knees upon his neck and his back. Branding and crushing him. Until the very breath no legend, gentlemen until the very life We're squeezed out of the trial is expected to last for a month.
At least 1 of Houston Texans QB Deshaun Watson’s accusers attempted to blackmail him
"Gonna move on briefly to addition watson because you know what we promised. We'll give you the shawn watson update every day and we will do that because it changes every day. What number we now here. A colonic sixteen. Yeah it is. What's fourteen lawsuits. Isn't it to. Because the time this thing drops people listen numbers rate in this situation. I think at this point where We're past the point of needing to get the data on the information now at true affords like we're at. Are you a predator or not zone. Like that's i don't know. I haven't read a the guy in the houston. Chronicle his name wilson yet. Yup does he still think sixteen are lining up to make a deal. How silly was that premise. That people still want to trade from no one would trade anything form. They wouldn't take him for nothing. The miami dolphins new york jets new england patriots niners broncos. None of them would take to shawn watson for nothing. They didn't win. Give you a thing for the shawn watson because this guy has a problem. He's not who we thought he was. I'm ready to jump to conclusions and say he was inappropriate with many many women and he had a fetish couldn't just be one or two. He wanted to do this to a number women because he probably enjoyed the challenge. Enjoyed the danger of it. All and today mike florio from pro football taco used to be a lawyer. He's got a piece saying what he would do if he you know because a lot of people ask them. What would you do if he hired you. He didn't hire florio. Had tony busby. Who's either a A lawyer or a the most incredible conman the most credible Shakedown artist of all time. Because he's the one who's updating every day with the number of masseuses who are charging accusing deshaun watson of inappropriate behavior. But but but two things two things here. He gives all this advice florio and it's reasonable. He said he'd sit down and try to get all the women or their representative in a room to make one big settlement trying to make it all. Go away with one big paycheck that they could and they clearly are looking for that because they're not having gone to the cops which brings me to point number two and end to the point where they try to basically extort him out of thirty one of them tried to extort him out of thirty grand in january. I believe i'm not sure that's extortion. If you're saying will agree not to charge you and these are hard working people at working class girls. Maybe who and by way are people like julia to cairo in on people like Niece smelly they waiting to see what race these women are. Because they haven't had much to say about this yet. But i assume they are. They going to wait and see what race they are and then they decide how they feel about it. Which is madness.
"gerry i" Discussed on Overtime with Paul Carcaterra
"Jerry you left coaching for a little while. After that first stint at notre dame what type of professional growth do you think you were able to embrace at that moment that allows you to be even a better coach the second time around working in the for profit world for good or bad. You not carbon urgency of of performance and production which is not much different than being a competitive. You know coach regardless of the level. There's a there's a binary element there's a winner and loser there's profit and loss and so being in each for profit world you got deliver you got shaw every day you gotta deliver. You've got to prove you were you gotta collaborate do your part of a of a whole so. You can contribute to the success of business. Oh there's nothing more you know pressing than if you don't make a profit your business doesn't exist and so that combined with the collaborative element and kind of embracing the sense that. Hey i'm part of something that is looking to be successful and profitable and so those two things. You can't avoid them regardless of where you start on the wrong professionally whether you start at the bottom and start at the bottom and i've been fortunate to have some some Sea level c. suite level positions in my professional life is that it doesn't change that you're part you're part of a whole and that obviously translates to whether it's coaching a defense or or running a team that that you know like kind of the marlon brando quote. There's no such thing. A small roles just small actors. The if i see myself as valued and the people that i collaborate with or worked for seat see me as valuable. You're going to bring your your game all the time. Because you wanna be individually successful. You have that. Pride met that effort. But you also know that what you're contributing is going to contribute to the success of a team or an organization. So i think work now going back a master's degree and then working in the corporate world in a variety of laces in a variety of positions. You never forget that and so when you come into coaching. Try to figure out just like anybody else. You're always bringing your your experiences. You know for for you getting into broadcasting you. Had you know your your parents are educators. The influence of your mom older brothers. You know all the on family all those things bring you perspective and you're always bringing lessons of good bed to to doing your job so i've always tried to remain.
Captain pleads not guilty to manslaughter in California boat fire
"Boat fire. Gerry Boyle in the captain of a scuba diving boat that caught fire and sank off the California coast in September. 2019 killing 34 people has pleaded not guilty to 34 counts of Seaman's manslaughter. The 67 year old Boylan was arraigned in federal court in Los Angeles Tuesday. Prosecutors say Boylan failed to follow safety rules before the fire broke out. One day after the catastrophic fire. Santa Barbara County Sheriff Bill Brown said there was a stairwell. To get down the main entry way up and down and there was an escape hatch, and it would appear as though both of those were blocked by fire. Each of the 34 counts carries a potential 10 year prison term. I, Mike Rossia. AP News I'm Jackie
Captain pleads not guilty to manslaughter in boat fire
"Hi Mike Crossey of reporting a captain pleads not guilty to manslaughter charges in a catastrophic California boat fire Gerry Boyle and the captain of the scuba diving boat that caught fire and sank off the California coast in September twenty nineteen killing thirty four people has pleaded not guilty to thirty four counts of seaman's manslaughter the sixty seven year old boy when was arraigned in federal court in Los Angeles Tuesday prosecutors say Boylan failed to follow safety rules before the fire broke out one day after the catastrophic fire Santa Barbara county sheriff bill brown said there was a stairwell to get down the main entry way up and down and there was an escape hatch and it would appear as though both of those were blocked by fire each of the thirty four counts carries a potential ten year prison term hi Mike Rossi up
Biden picks Chopra, Gensler for financial oversight roles
"Button is tapping a pair of veteran regulator to oversee two key financial agencies. MPR's Barbara Sprint says their selection is a signal the incoming by administration will be tough on oversight. Biden will nominate Gerry Gambler to lead the Securities and Exchange Commission and Rohit Chopra to head the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Their selection is a triumph for progressives who have pushed for more aggressive oversight of the financial industry. Cancer is a top financial regulator known for taking on big banks and trading houses after the dog frank financial reforms enacted following the 2000 and eight financial crisis, Chopra is the commissioner on the Federal Trade Commission and an ally of Senator Elizabeth Warren. He previously served as assistant director at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. It's expected a top focus of his would be student loans. Both nominees are subject to Senate confirmation.
"gerry i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Of the hour it's eight hundred eight two three eight two five five Sally welcome hi Gerry I have a question about healing foundation my gutters I have two downspouts that thing go into like flexible plastic tubing that goes underground wonders under fifteen feet the other goes under about forty feet but they made a mistake in like ten years ago and this flexible tubing has holes in it so in a big storm it come down the down spout and next court everywhere over ten years it's been scoring on the foundation there which is now black and disintegrating I'm going to get it fixed but I was wondering what I should ask for as far as you know painting over that or so what do you have on the fence what's that what do you have on the foundation and you're trying to get rid of all right well it's water that squirts out the whole of this flexible plastic tubing coming from the downspout I think it is an underground though did you say R. it above ground going underground but it's above ground it's becoming a tween the down spout and where it goes underground so it according out the whole the foundations so is it like a more number of mildew that's on there because you know waters I can be black yeah it's right after ten years of that right it's it's you know too and I'm afraid it will if it continues on the sun a great testament and so I'm wanting a waterproof that area of the foundation and then I will get I'm in Ventura I'm going to get it fixed the card has it down about in the proper which is this exposed to being is is is above ground all may be retained by two feet further to well you can clean that with like an oxygenated bleach that we talk about a lot of I know it masonry defender dot com that website they have a high grade oxygenated bleach which is made sorry defender concrete cleaner which will clean it upgrade you mix with water put it on the surface wait about ten minutes agitate scrub brush broom or whatever and then rinse off I don't clean it up and then when you say to seal it I'm I'm not so sure what your vision is there I didn't know if there was something that if when the water sports out there it did it wouldn't I don't know I guess it wouldn't disintegrate the cement or or we're just looking for something to protect it from absorbing the moisture so one of the people it is our project of the week at the bottom of the next hour is going to be with our friends from UGL drive lock and they make a dry lock clear which is a waterproofing agent that can be used inside or outside so once you clean and with the main story defender you can come back with either a paint or you could use this dry lock clear included on the concrete which will repel water just you know it's paint will too but the these were our waterproofing products that will repel water okay Drilon either later or okay sorry I just had one other question about okay in the final in my sidewalk is what you recommend to however that it gets discolored now use Latin for gas but it's so old that it just seems to come back and I was wondering if the product you recommend it will but it won't be slippery sign in my seventies influences a walkway that we're talking about now yeah the new question is the walkway okay so you wouldn't want to use the same product that I just recommended what I would use is when you're at that makes very defender website and you see the masonry cleaner they have a driveway and sidewalk sealer and that can be a plate applied by brush by roller you can use a tank sprayer and just spray it on in it saturates into the concrete creating the seal so there's no surface coating which means it will not be slippery it'll be the same text right now well thank you Gerry all right very good thank you take care.
"gerry i" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"Sundays very good thank you Saturdays and Sundays yeah no problem and the numbers eight hundred eight two three eight two five five Jeff welcome Hey Gerry I have a new garage floor that I would like to cover with the H. spread stone covering okay and it's never been driven but the when the carpenters put up the wall boarded near they slapped a lot of floorboard adhesive on the floor and I really like to know how I should clean that up before I apply this the diced red stone just water just using water skews me water to scrub brush okay that that break it down it's that is dissolved by water if it were painted that's why doesn't dissolve off your walls but it just splashed on concrete just scrub brush and water pressure washer clean it right up okay and then the second question the he's moved finished with it really done a nice job will do well the dice product in here too that even though there's a very smooth clap finisher should I try to Edgerton someone well again the I think it's a roller rock is what you're going to want to use on the garage floor rather than the spread stone but the roller rock it'll have directions I think it's just a high detergent just to get it's super clean I don't think you're used in any acid wash I get confused because some products required some people just say detergent I've followed what the directions say end of it the most caustic thing they would tell you to do is Mahratta gas and water ten to one mix but I think on the dice coatings it's just a heavy duty detergent cleaner or is I always talk about that oxygenated bleach is a grout cleaner or the masonry defender makes very cleaner but you're right does garage floors they're a little bit different beast because her child so tightly yeah okay all right then he answers my questions thank you very much you're quite welcome thanks Justin take care bye bye all right Memorial Day weekend means cleaning out the grill right in if you're going to do a little cook at you got a gas grill if you're you know I always talk about the jaws kitchen cleaner I just think that my girl couple days ago it does a great great job on the surface the side racks and everything but don't forget those flavor riser bars if you pull out the grid so Camilo ammonia water and wire brush on this flavor riser bars really make a big difference by rich welcome are you today yes Sir just fine your record over summer camp thank those who want to turn the water arm like you do every spring and we thought it was okay in the notes on the file should drop cited by the wall or the lawyers are going to run the water while water coming out of there but Dr and the board right thank god there we've worked their hearts or maybe fifteen twenty years ago and I didn't know there was a factor I'm not sure what that thank you for all you need to well I'm not sure what well there is pressure tanks thirds pressure tanks in holding tanks were it's a holding tank in pressure rises to get you know your water pressure up in your house but I don't know what take it unless it's some sort of filtration tank that's a possibility also at it was it leave the tank is that is that it is it leaking out the tank we are working with department thank you one of six we're going to be very quiet retreat underground show lemon or work Hey I wonder what it what it was and it sounds to me like on our wall sounds to me like it's a holding tank for pressurizing the water at the company I work for the I can help you out somebody thought it was needed all right but I just wasn't sure what it wants the board itself but well I I'm yes and that's what it is so I I I'm guessing I can't see you can see how it's set up but I I'm guessing that's what it is okay well thank you very much I hope that helps a little yeah all right thanks take care all right let me give you the phone number will need to take a break here soon wears No there is no project of the week you and I are the projects this weekend and let me give you their phone number you can gravel line it's eight hundred eight two three eight two five five I know it's a big weekend a lot of people ceiling dax cleaning up the decks patio furniture cleaning grill cleaning and I got some tips for you there I was just talking about the grill another thing if it's an older gas grill just you know I always check the tank but I'm Tony is flavor isobars lift the nose off and just check and see what kind of shape the burners and probably too good moves it goes a little bit beyond cleaning just little inspection there can proved to be pretty again our phone number is let's see it's eight hundred eight two three eight two five five a quick break and then back to you you're.
"gerry i" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Gerry I had a new garage floor that I would like to cover with the H. spread stone covering okay and it's never been driven and but the when the carpenters put up the wall boarded near they stopped a lot of wallboard east of on the floor and I really like to know how I should clean that up before I apply this the dice spread stone just water just using water skews me water to scrub brush okay that that break it down its it's that is dissolved by water if it were painted that's why doesn't dissolve off your walls but it just does splashed on concrete just scrub brush in water pressure washer to clean it right up okay and then the second question the his mood finished up it really denies job will do well the dice product in here to that even though there's a very smooth clap finisher should I try to Edgerton someone well again the I think it's a roller rock is what you're going to want to use on the garage floor rather than the spread stone but the roller rock it'll have directions I think it's just a high detergent just to get it's super clean I don't think you're used in any acid wash I get confused because some products required some people just say detergent out followed what the directions say at the most caustic thing they would tell you to do is Mahratta gas and water ten to one mix but I think on the dice coatings it's just a heavy duty detergent cleaner or is I always talk about that oxygenated bleach is a grout cleaner or the masonry defender may sorry cleaner but you're right does garage floors they're a little bit different beast because our trout so tightly yeah okay all right that means is my question thank you very much you're quite welcome thanks Jeff take care bye bye I've Memorial Day weekend means clean out the grill right in if you're going to do a little cook at you got a gas grill if you're you know I always talk about the jaws kitchen cleaner I just cleaned up my girl couple days ago it does a great great job on the surface the side racks and everything but don't forget those flavor riser bars if you pull out the grid so criminal ammonia water in a wire brush on this flavor riser bars really make a big difference a rich welcome are you today yes Sir just fine your record over the summer camp thank those who want to turn the water on like we do every spring and we thought it was okay and then open the partial drop by the by the wall or the longer they're going to run the water while water coming out of there but dark brown and black right there there we bought the hearts goal maybe fifteen twenty years ago and I didn't know there was a factor I'm not sure what that thank you for calling me back well I'm not sure what well there is pressure tanks third pressure tanks in holding tanks were to holding tank in pressure rises to get you know your water pressure up in your house but I don't know what take it unless it's some sort of filtration tank that's a possibility also at it was it leave the tank is that is that it is it leaking out the tank regiment requirement thank you the plastic triangles we're going to be very quiet retreat underground show lemon or or PA I wonder what it what it was yeah it sounds to me like on a wall sounds to me like it's a holding tank for pressurizing the water at something I would probably have the yeah somebody thought it was needed but I just wasn't sure what it was the one that that well I I'm guessing that's what it is so I I I'm guessing again so you can see how it's set up but I I'm guessing that's what it is okay well thank you very much I hope that helped a little yeah all right thanks they care all right let me give you the phone number will need to take a break here soon wears there is no project of the week you and I are the projects this weekend and let me give you their phone number you can gravel line it's eight hundred eight two three eight two five five I know it's a big weekend a lot of people ceiling dax cleaning up the decks patio furniture cleaning grill cleaning and I got some tips for you there I was just talking about the grill another thing if it's an older gas grill just near always check the tank but I'm Tony is flavor riser bars lift the nose off and just check and see what kind of shape the burners and probably too good moves it goes a little bit beyond cleaning just little inspection there.
"gerry i" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Get that done it'll keep those slippery surfaces safer back to the phones we go dream a welcome good morning Gerry I'm calling about high humidity issues in my basement okay I have a about eleven year old house probably the basement might be about thirteen fourteen hundred square feet two thirds of it is finished and I have to you know utility kind of rooms that are concrete okay I put in right after I don't have to put in an easy breed and it is really nice in terms of the given their fresh everything downstairs I have electric boiler radiant heat so one of my rooms has the big boiler system as soon as I turn the heat off in the spring or or whatever the humidity rises in that basement right it's always in the sixties sometimes in the seventies I had easy breed going in alimentation hook up a well the largest you can get like a homeowner a a dehumidifier you have one of those also pardon me you say you have one of those also yeah okay and I turn things up in the weather's been kind of crazy and how to turn the heat off a week or so ago in in a humidity similar sixties right right their conditions on conditions not on I find that I don't like humidity upstairs anything so when it gets hot I do run the air conditioner but it is the well field house I mean it never runs you know it doesn't run all day right early on the problem yeah they're part of the problem is this twenty room mansion that woke up this morning with my little weather station outside the bedroom and looked in my U. Minniti was fifty seven and I thought well okay it's rain for like for like five weeks right and I haven't had the air conditioner on and or have I had the heat on so we're just gonna sit in a seat the state in house with a lot of moisture outside so that's kind of what I didn't even go down to see where the basement was but you had that issue last year.
"gerry i" Discussed on WBAI
"With their topics remove the minerals from the inside of the case and for two or three days hello their body up for what will amount to the next year's supply how do they know which case how did they know that the minerals and that came for what they need but they do that is one of the I and that's one of the wonderful things about nature it has so many things that we don't know and in our hubris we are not likely to find out similarly almost every single person I counsel that's tens of thousands has been nutrient deficient when you're taking coffee coffee is highly anabolic is highly acidity of forming and that means that you're not going to get the full benefit of a lot of things you take effect some people make the mistake of taking their supplement with coffee in the morning goes right to their system estar Reddick it's not going to break down and as a result they think they're taking something is helping him they're not taking some hits by available most of the vitamins that you get in this country are made in China in fact a lot of the stuff that we this country is made in China and unless you can verify the quality of that original material and you don't know what you're getting and not all nutrients are the same as a vitamin C. buffered in which case you can take a lot more of it and you will not have any acid indigestion from take the vitamin C. if it's cheaply made of corn based vitamin C. you could end up with hyper acidic reaction meaning you get diarrhea or upset stomach the most of its made in China and if you get it elsewhere is going to be more expensive but I would rather spend more on something and knowing that it has the best integrity behind the selection of those nutrients the one guy that I mentioned his name is Gerry I said how much you selling your green stuff or and he told me no and and I said how could you possibly sell it for that it was simple you know we get over stuff from China I said you realize you could be getting alfalfa.
"gerry i" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"But no I'm all for it I think they're awesome all right all right thank you so much you're quite welcome Charles thank you thank you thank you it is eight hundred eight two three eight two five five in Bob welcome Gerry I called you last week with a question about we callin my fireplace you give me some good advice nine public your question came out great super lot for that you bet so now I have another another nation to another project some look imprisonment by spin you put on this I'm going to have new counter tops installed and I have to change the tax place because the pilot will not go with the new countertops all the time with ceramic and it's up on sheet rock I shouldn't they use just regular mastic not not up instead of renting do you have any advice any tips for me from getting the old ceramic tile all without totally destroying the sheet rock no I think I would approach it Bob is that you're going to destroy the sheet rock and if you don't ask for Bob because the really we don't know how it's you know it here to the sheet rock in the way you remove ceramic tile effectively as you go to the middle of the wall or the floor or the backsplash and you crack some of those tiles and you begin you know you can starting with a putty knife were you going in and getting underneath that Tallinn twisting and see if they just pop off which they were a lot of times within said but somebody put that up with construction he serve you're gonna tear that paper right off the drywall no questions asked I think they use tile mastic I was here for part of the day when it was decided to use that White House pay scale you know communistic yeah yeah that would be a challenge to get off I mean if it's dry wall do you I just go in the months that that that's again in think about it really if we get the tile law finance the dry walls off turn off the rest of the dry walls not that difficult because now we can put up anything we want it's just a matter of cutting and mailing right you know you're tall works harder than that yes it is your you know what yeah I don't you probably don't think so because I don't think you remember a conversation last week I was in the tile well my fireplace and I asked you how do I add large format you had and I said I don't know about it holding the big tiles exactly exactly well I took and use it because I'm like you I'm all about easy right I want to put the tile up on the sheet rock we've been set and you said I don't think that's going to really be right click and you you it by you guys need to take the issue I called and I didn't wasn't a big deal nearly as hard as I thought it was but the door lock up this dissonance I put the car up and and looks great so you do what you're gonna act I have a feeling you're going tell me probably if she walked out of there well what we're all about easy the problem is Chris we need somebody else to tell us no yeah you know you know open that without that way that's okay last week yeah I I know last week when I told you that I was probably going to have to take this down at the end but the door lock up especially since it was a large tiled yeah yeah I agree I'm glad you did that and and and real honestly you know the tile works harder than that so I'm glad you did what it was at I was surprised at how well the easy answer because she's on a call so it wasn't I had Adam my mind up for me a lot tougher than it does to be sold hi I think I'll try I will try with the bachelor's but probably I'll just end up cutting she probably will hang up or something all right well I'm good enough thank you you bet you bye bye bye so we give you the phone number you can join us it's eight hundred eight two three eight two five five will continue on Chris your next year at home with carousel with a call to Gary Solomon at one eight hundred eight two three this is home with Kerry so okay I heart radio station I live in Ripley and I am homeowner we got a really bad storm and we got a leak and it traveled in and around the house it smells like mold I had heard about and answered I don't I don't okay I'm kind of skeptical but I'll give it a try and I did it worked really really well for me I was very surprised very seldom hear odor X. it is the only product I recommend the truly takes care your toughest odors get it at older X. dot com Hey Gerry Solomon here when you're rusty nuts and bolts to bust used P. 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"gerry i" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Gerry I got a couple of quick comments and and a question okay first the first time and if I wanted to give a big Atta boy to the premium auto glass okay good people because their clan good people you're right what else and the second one the second one is is done right one of you on your list no but they're a good company well there is there were ties to anything but anyway I know I know they they want they want our audience they're they're pretty reputable company yeah they just caution in terms of the total years ago we had one bid for a project around eleven thousand one around twelve thousand and they were around twenty two thousand yeah they're very expensive again you know how I feel about prices I I don't regulate Weiss but if you talk about can you talk about ethics and honesty they've been around forever okay well that that's good I just wanted to end it and here's listen and here's the only problem I have with done right in companies like Dunn right they'd done right particularly does a great job but if you compare you can usually get an entire kitchen with brand new cabinets cheaper then covering them now years ago I told him that in his comment was but a lot of people don't want new cabinets a lot of people don't want to tear everything out they want to just re surface leave the foot print the way it is and it's less intrusive and less of a big hassle but they do a good job but I have for long I mean I think I did this two or three different times when I was in television anticipating a story we were going to do a story on new cabinets I think I did it once on new cabinets verses recovering and it's almost always cheaper to do new kitchen and if you want to buy and build it would be a heck of a lot you know but that doesn't mean that they don't do a good job and and I I I act to be honestly I haven't kept up with what they do they may do new kitchens to I don't even know three oh three seven one three talk one Wendy okay Colorado heating and cooling I don't know if we've ever heard from that company about that company before do you have a problem with them yeah I DO have you ever heard of them Twain I'm not asking for an opinion I just wonder have you ever heard of them yes I have are they pretty big yeah they're good size yeah Colorado heating and cooling tell me about it Wendy what was your problem tell me story starts out when that three weeks ago I find in my basement a bunch of water on the floor and so I assume since there's water dripping under one water heater that one of them okay so I need emergency service I need hot water so I called did you not only did you not have hot water I just wanted to get that part so in hindsight I realize I would have had hot water because one of my other heaters with working okay so you called one you called someone thinking you were out of hot water right that it was it wasn't working properly I needed to read please blah blah blah how old was your water heater it was manufactured in two thousand twelve okay arms anyway what's going on why do you not why are you having a problem with Colorado heating and cooling if you could tell me the problem and then the story I usually like it that way better can you tell me what the problem is the problem is they don T. okay what do you mean by that now now tell me what you mean by that I don't buy it by what I need is they were completely dishonest with okay Jameer initial problem of the water heater state they told what now now continue with your story how were they dishonest go ahead with your story they they told me they claim that yes the water heater busted however I needed a new boiler which is completely separated you you have I take it hot water heat as far as your house yeah so you have a boiler and do you have what's called a side car do you have a boiler with the water heater next to it or or connected to it now it's a completely separate okay because if you have a boiler it's really good to have that combo but let's talk about a boiler how old is your boiler how old probably years I would say at least fifty years old okay so that's probably what they meant let me explain something to you boilers in general people listening boilers and generals last a very very long time it but it doesn't mean you should keep them that long you can almost always pay back yourself for a new installation after the thing is about twenty five years old if you get a newer one their souls so efficient so much smaller anyway I digress what did they say was wrong how did they lie to you they said it was broken or what well they don't know you know your boiler is is all day it is old I don't need to be replaced yes the old but it's working just fine yeah they're they're cheap everywhere in eighty nine okay it does not really dishonest though it really isn't but when the I've I've I'm going to be fair and I don't know Colorado heating cooling for anything but I would say the same thing that's thirty years old that needs to be replaced now they said look here this thing is broke and or this is not working that would be different but if they simply say should be replaced I kind of agree so what what's the issue fifty years old I don't know but we're going to get back to a right after this.
"gerry i" Discussed on 550 KFYI
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"gerry i" Discussed on KGO 810
"Go to the break let's talk to Gary who is checking in from Daly city Gerry I know you've been waiting quite a while thank you yeah I agree nor agree with the German seller go off a little bit I think you bring somebody in from like the climate you bring somebody from the veterans association you bring from homelessness I've always thought about that so worn to that interview I said that's what you need you bring him in his in his not rehearsed is no script this note it's his rapid fire boom boom and you get you get the person's first thoughts what's in their head they're not reading from the prepared well you know bike when they're giving up the everybody's told what to do or to their hair just right screw that normally on the streets walk to street of Michigan and see what it's like to tell me what would you do with a homeless crisis here in good old San Francisco person people sue other rear trouble never do it that would be I would be out of his world view you blow it in the first day studio thing is they're going to talk to people from Michigan and those because states nobody's talking about though the veterans crisis in those the opioid crisis you never hear nothing about data does interstate you got a win Michigan Ohio Florida or Wisconsin I was in last night he finally got to hear about the flint water crisis at some point that's been going on how many years now it shouldn't take that little use well you heard a little bit about it not a thing and and I'll give you I think this college right on to something on the day before the first visit I went up to Warren Michigan were huge auto plant is closing this week and we're across the road from the auto plant and a carpenter's union hall we have a beautiful giant auditorium and I just thought to myself why are the candidates debating here Michigan and you've got a massive auto plant that's about to close after president trump promised he's gonna keep mall opened and do all the stuff like that why why do you have to go downtown and have the debate in the big theater down there I mean I know it looks good in the box leaders beautiful why not have the debate in a union hall for one and have the debate in the church the search and the thing is the central Methodist church I hope I'm right in describing it that I went to after the second day and I heard where she had to leave in a group of immigrant rights activists talking about you know the fundamental immigration issues especially as they impact Detroit and it was fascinating and that was a big church you could fit a quite crowded in there I just wish this passion I have this notion of taking these debates out of the theaters out of the structures that they're in and put him into a place where you know the Canada with real people John you write books you cover national issues for the nation you head up a podcast I think now you need to start producing the base as well in your in your time sure I'll be welcomed Hey anything that brings me together to talk with you again as a pleasure thank you so much for your time not just today but yesterday John you really showed a lot of life for us thank you our duty and you good luck hope you have a good show hi thanks much John Nichols in addition to all these other credentials he's the author of horsemen of the trump populace a field guide to the most dangerous people in America more than past time for a break here there are to find out which shipping Nikki or up to next okay hero their stint on KGO eight ten here comes again lunch will.
"gerry i" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"It's it is the insanity that's been going on in ramping up for a long long time Gerry I said it I don't know how many years ago it's it's really not the sense of entitlement anymore it's not that they think that they have it coming they're just born now with because it is been fully integrated into their very being that it's theirs in the first place not that they're entitled to it it's give me that that's mine what would what would the cost of think about this good we talked about this before didn't did mark Cuban comment on this I did it because look mark Cuban's one that understands the the college bubble right he's right on down to get right up and said can I should not be able to take out more than than forty thousand dollars right college loans I should write it and the reason that should be it is he said watch watch the cost of college come down if that if you ma once you have cheap money available and that's the thing you know we talk about looking at economic history economic history has been absolutely clear as to how economics work how we get into a mortgage bubble our housing bubble right how do we get into a college bubble right free and easy government backing and government money right easy money that is backed by the government or free money so you're going to have a monopoly of state education systems fully and completely funded by the federal government yeah right so you're going to have the monopoly of the government financing it and the monopoly of us of the state university system which is able to get as much money as they want from the federal government that's a way to control costs isn't it you know when when our parents were it did coming into their adult years and they started their families the idea of borrowing was was new but you talk about borrowing for home you knew what that was blender okay what do you do for a living okay this is what you can actually afford borrower to the spouse or anybody else you know I only do this for a living and this is what we can afford both parties knew full well it's not that hard you take Fannie and Freddie out of the housing bubble you take Fannie and Freddie out of that equation it would have been it never would have happened no would not have never would have happened the backing of the US government trying to put people in the houses they had no business buying not and I don't care what they were doing with the house whether they were living in it using it as a flip property investment or whatever was I don't care you either have the means to pay for it and you can qualify it qualify for it long term or you don't get it and if you want it then go out and work harder and that's the way it's always been no not when the government decides you deserve this same with college telling the private sector now will take over the big the loans for college well what happened with years later no not only do we need to keep control of the loans we need to just pay them all off during you put money into hands with housing and college you put money in the hands where it didn't belong eight six six ninety right I.