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"giambra" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
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"giambra" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Maybe couldn't get a babysitter. I mean sure, but, like couldn't have postponed. Was there a time limit? I don't know. I really I can't pretend they can get into the mind, Mr. giambra all I can tell you is this is not a person who makes good decisions for a living. I'm just saying. I mean, the good decision was that he actually didn't just leave a child alone. Is it though? I mean, would you have wanted him to just leave the kid at all right now, we are, that is nitpicking to sit and argue about whether it's better that he went on the burglaries just trying to find the silver line's. Beautiful. Right. Thank you, heal. I'm gonna put that in a book. He'll steal it for me. We're going to berate Hollis willing. There you go. That was where again, Florida now I was going to tell you about a Florida man who placed bodily fluids in a mug of water for a female co worker who ended up getting a slap on the wrist. But I won't thank you already talked about Tony Robbins. Oh. This is worse. And I read it and I was like, I can't in good conscience. Tell the good people of the mytalk one zero seven one listening audience about that because they will just barf. So instead, I am going to tell you about something that had happened at a wal mart. Okay. Walmart, visit WalMart pretty frequently. The WalMart is it's well, it's hip hop in place. It's happening. Can't hop happen in place. Right. And this particular wall to the mart is in Houston, my old stomping grounds. In fact, this old, WalMart, no. We didn't have a WalMart in the city from what I remember this was out in the suburbs, and a place called cypress. Okay. Here's what had happened. Apparently. There was a guy by the name of Craig Valentine. Okay. Okay. Mr valentine. Any relation to Donna. No. I don't think some good could be guess we should ask her. Well, apparently he tried to leave the store with some stuff now hit apparently bought some stuff, but he also bought like eighteen pack a Gatorade. And when he was leaving, I think I don't know. I haven't been to a WalMart. I will confess in a long time. They do this at the COSCO's though. Oh, they check your receivable. Check your receipt. Yeah. And apparently, a guy by the name of mo-, Hendra rata. How wa he's seventy five years young. And he went to check the receipt from Mr. Valentine's purchases and found that that eighteen pack Gatorade was not only. He didn't see it right? Mr. Valentine told mister rata halwa that everything was paid for it's fine snatched, the receipt and kept walking, Mr Rod Howard, remember seventy five year old Terada. How says, well, here's the thing I don't think you paid for that. And you're gonna need to pay for it. At that point. Mr. Craig did something dumb, Mr. Craig Ballantyne? He beat the crap out of Mr. rutta our he punched him right row in the face. Chest bumped him dropped him to the ground with a right hook all over Gatorade for an eighteen pack a Gatorade he left the fifteen year veteran of WalMart. Mr Rod, Howa, seventy five years young with a bloodied lip a bump on his head and Blinn bent glasses. So now here's a delicious part is if that wasn't the Gatorade. Yes, no. Mr. Valentine claimed that Mr. Ron Howard attacked him. What? In what world we believe that. Right. So you want me to believe the seventy five year old man. Can you pay for your stuff? Please. All of those injuries after attacking somebody else. No. In fact, they knew that, that's not what had happened and he was charged with causing injury to an elderly individual. That's off. All in addition to stealing eighteen pack of Gatorade which has to cost about ten dollars. If that. Yeah. About road for an ex story. We have to go to Louisiana and we also have to remember yesterday. Do you remember yesterday? Pocked. I know we talked a little bit about 'cause but we didn't know the whole story of the guy who stole the security camera. Oh, yeah. Well, I have the whole story. Okay. And I'd like to share it with you. Here's what happened. Forty three year old Franklin wells Bacher junior was told by his neighbor that his that he could borrow a paintbrush from his garage. Right neighborly thing to do. I love that. So Mr. Franklin wells Bacher, junior forty three years old went into his neighbor's garage. And instead of grabbing the paintbrush grabbed. The surveillance camera. Okay. Meanwhile, his neighbor being having been alerted now to the fact that somebody was in his garage, watched it on a livestream. The whole thing happened. He watched Mr. wells Bacher junior grab the surveillance camera, walk away with it, and then turned up next theme with all the belongings, and Mr. wells, well, boxers house. So on the live stream he sees Mr. wells Bacher, take your camera. And then he sees like, you know, jostle like you see, like a little bit of shirt a little bit of ground a little bit of the sky. And then the next thing you see, is the inside of Mr. wells, Bacher house. He then called the authorities and said, excuse me. Impress their like of what he was like the camera that is, catching the thievery tennis, so weird. Anybody thought that was a good idea. I mean, there are things you can steal that are good idea. The camera that it's catching new stealing things. That's not one of to be those stupidest things that, like, there would be no record of that. Yeah. It's actually keeping record. That's what it does. My favorite is. There's a video somewhere online that you'd have to Google, and don't I wish I, I apologize. I'm pulling this out of my rear end proverbially like the Tim Hortons lady. Yes, boy, I watched that video the other day. It's delightful, the uncensored version, Tim Horton hears Apu. Yes, Google Tim, Hortons pooper, and you'll. Anyway back to video. There's a video of a guy who was some somehow there's a story about why he did this. Somebody was ceiling something off his front porch. And so he literally created this like device that not only would it looked like a package. But so somebody would steal. And it looked like I think new iphone. Or some kind of apple device, so very expensive. Right. And he would place it on his front porch, and then wait and somebody would take it. And he built this thing so that when you open the box it would do kind of, like, remember how we they used to tell us like, don't steal clothes because they have those in games. And if you try to pull it off the Inc would spray will he created it with glitter? But like an insane amount of glitter, like, like ten pounds of Glenn. With the camera so that he could capture it all on. And just to watch a video of all of these people reacting when they think they've stolen this thing. And then all the sudden this just bomb goes off, essentially, and they realized there that they've been head. Yeah, it's kinda delightful. Look at glitter bombers that idea and my heart wants to do something like that. But I also afraid of retribution. Oh, yeah. I would never do it. I'd be afraid, they'd come kill me. Exactly. And we already have two people on our tail. Yeah. So tolliday when we come back on the Colleen and Bradley show to forty five every day we play a little game that game is called the throw back live. Hollies gotta face. I don't know what it means yet we'll find out fairy tales. We'll find out after the break. Oh, jeez. After this just over a week left in the mytalk food for families Dr presented by Coburn's delivers and green mill we'd love to see you out. Live broadcast where we're collecting food donations for second harvest heartland. There's just three live broadcast left and clean. 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"giambra" Discussed on KTRH
"Our low tonight, with northwest winds. Sunshine Thursday, ninety three partly cloudy, Friday, Ninety-three, I'm Scott Lawrimore, the Weather Channel. Thanks scott. Our top story, hundreds of Houston. Firefighters get to keep their jobs after all today. City council voted to rescind, the firefighter layoffs that reissued back in April layoffs were implemented after voters approved prompt be which required firefighters to be paid. The same as police officers of equal rank recently district court judge ruled property unconstitutional. Rendering, it invalid. Firefighters say they plan to appeal that ruling meantime mayor semester Turner praised the ruling, but says some seventeen million dollars in raises already given to firefighters before the judge's ruling will have to be paid back or count as credit toward future salaries. A scary scene today at a local restaurants. Investigators are trying to figure out what led to a deadly crash a southeastern restaurant. Police say a small white SUV pod into the side of the medi grill restaurant on MLK boulevard, the car cross the entire inside of the restaurant. Police say the driver died on seeing, and we're still waiting to hear any other people in the restaurant were injured giambra, or NewsRadio seven forty KTAR, eight crime stoppers looking for a suspect in the shooting of one year old, Brandon Jaden Ross. His mother says the boy was shot in the chest after a wreck while riding in the car with his sibling and brother last month and south Braise. Wouldn't bissett? Because it was seen as our. As far as the losses. For TV.
"giambra" Discussed on The Nerd Soup Podcast
"Artists. The twenty four hours of lemons was the thirty four grand picks of endurance and took place. Should've say retired. I can't wait till next time you stumble. No, it's the worst just saying. Oh, no. You know, you got to coming your way I always contradict myself. And so I hate hor, they says, I love horror. No. I like it when it transcends the Johner when it's basic horrible shit that I don't like it with some fucking better than that, please that please dare you so four versus Rory. Interesting story. Your reason. I really don't know much about the story except that James Mangold is directing it. I'm not gonna lie. I know nothing on cars. Nor do I have an interest in the topic movies about change a tire gearhead, but no. But I do like Christian bale Matt, Damon, and giambra slow was aim. Lord of more Asians. But yeah, I would only see movie for this cast. It's something to tell you this, the premise, sounds fucking boring. Well, we've seen movies there's no practices that end up being good. He's like you just like oh sure, so, I think cast directing bio pic. So my least favorite type of movie. Yeah. Because I feel like I could just read the Wikipedia, and I can get a lot of that. And then when I watched the movie, I think, oh, that's how it really happened that I go to the Wikipedia, and it's like the changes now the Stoorikhel inaccuracies, and I'm like, what a fucking lie. What culture I just I tend to not watch. What's that you to like I'm trying to think of channel that would do that. Like, what culture dot com like oh, yeah. Yeah. Five. Top ten changes from Ford versus for ROY. I tend not to watch those because I you know, I, I saw the movie. That's, that's what I'm going with. Yeah. No, the movies how it happened. Yeah. So, like vampire, hunter, ABRAHAM LINCOLN history to me now to somebody still tells me otherwise that's what did that's was doing for four. Yeah. It doesn't seem like he belongs in this in this race. Right. Well, no. It's like you know, afford that your focus is your Ford, F, one, fifties and say Ferrari, you're like, oh, Ford Focus winning race. I guess, Ford, Focus will you like you know, four verse ri- fry. Yeah. But here, it's like no Ford, we're Ford American-made Detroit USA, baby. But that's what it feels like a USA race. I guess it would be gathered up the boys and it's SCO win a race with the Englishman showing that okay? His name was Enzo Ferrari. Amerigo. I liked that one. That sounds like to like to to what to tally. And so it's like I know. Zo. He was a talented a fucking shore. Find tenants and Henry Ford doesn't sound like. I've had is an Italian podcasts out here saying what was Ford's first name. Oh, henry. Oh, he was a Hank call my step that right now. I'd like, you know, Enzo fries. Aghia used to go up with them down the block down the street over four thirty. None of that. I'm sure he knew Henry as well. Avenue even like I dunno. If you live at fourth avenue, it's sounds like somewhere. He would have lived the best name ever Johnson, Sean Smith, such a paycheck name John Smith, Smith Will Smith last night. That's like the ever Will Smith is a Smith. He doesn't like. Right. It's like, yeah, because he's not will know but he's Wilson Will Smith. Yeah. Yeah. Wow. Liles expecting to Capri oh, he's a Leo..
"giambra" Discussed on KTRH
"The life vest, giambra brewer, NewsRadio seven forty KTAR age. And if you're headed to the beach, Texas beach watch reporting high levels of fecal matter in the water around some of the state's most popular beach. Which is, including a number of places along the Galveston seawall pleasure pier the fort Crockett park water near the Texas city dike, and some spots near freeport. Matagorda bay in Corpus Christi. Also, having high levels to our news time seven of six White House giving attorney general William bar. The power declassified documents related to the Russian collusion investigation and FOX's David spot with that. It is a two page memo to members of his cabinet, but it packs, a very large punch the headline. It gives attorney general William bar power to classify information related to surveillance investigation of Trump's two thousand sixteen campaign and the origins of the rusher and Mullah investigation. Now the intelligence community has been ordered to cooperate fully and quickly with bars investigation. I wanna read part of a statement from press secretary, Sarah standards, quote, today's action will help ensure that all Americans learn the truth about events that occurred and the actions that we're taking during the last presidential. Action and will restore confidence in our public institutions. Yeah. But of course, the Democrats California Democrat Adam Schiff, in particular, chairman of the house intelligence committee, he's calling this move and attempt to weaponize, law enforcement and classified information. No just release, it reveal it, and let the American people know the truth. The vast majority of American voters. Seventy one percent feeling good about the economy. According to the latest Quinnipiac poll. Twenty two percent reading the economy is excellent. Forty nine percent say it's good. The polling group also says that fifty two percent of respondents, believe they're better off themselves, financially than they were in two thousand sixteen but President Trump, he still gets has his naysayers on the Trump economy, forty eight percent or saying that his trade policies are bad for the US economy. Well, half of all Americans put no money aside for retirement Jill..
"giambra" Discussed on KTRH
"The seventies all day today. K T R H news time, it is to one our top story. The house oversight committee has taken the first break of the day in the open testimony of President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen, we're going to get an update from Fox News. Michael Cohen called his former client a racist. A conman in a cheat telling lawmakers, he paid illegal hush money on President Trump's behalf and tapped his home equity account to protect his client. And also lied to the first lady about it. I'm ashamed that I chose to take part. In concealing, Mr. Trump's illicit axe rather than listening to my own conscience. Cohen also said the president was in the loop on the WikiLeaks, Email dump Republicans say Cohen cannot be trusted because he's already lied to congress in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News. Well, the Democrats in the house got what they wanted approving resolution to block President Trump's declaration of a national emergency Woodland's congressman Kevin Brady telling Jimmy baron sheriff fryer on KTAR age why he voted against the resolution conservative. I'm I dug pretty deep president has absolutely the legal right in the constitution. Right. Declare this -mergency and Texas Senator John Cornyn is not going to vote in favor of blocking the national emergency over the border corden told reporters today, he thinks the order is legal based on the law, but noted it is going to be a question for the courts Cornyn says the resolution may still pass the Senate meaning that the president would be forced to veto it. KTAR h news time is two three Senator Cornyn. Also talking about space today saying he's going to introduce legislation this week to bolster human spaceflight Cornyn says he's optimistic the Bill is going to be non-controversial and should get bipartisan support in particular would extend the international space station authorization and would denote Johnson Space Center as the entity that will supervise these mission Cornyn says it would impact jobs in the Houston area and throughout the state as well as secure American leadership when it comes to human spaceflight, President Trump enjoys more Hispanic support than the mainstream media wants you to know Maria Spinoza remembrance project telling KTAR age news. It's another case something not fitting, the MSM's narrative the truth has to be out there and given to the people can I think that. Latino can vote more with their values and be more accepted in doing that polling suggests President Trump might get more or equal. The forty percent Latino support that help President George W Bush win a second term fifteen years ago. Well, it is going to be rainy off and on all day today Brooks and Dunn. They're gonna be headlining tonight's concert at energy stadium. Today is military appreciation day for the rodeo with those storms and downpours yesterday. They had just spent shuttle service for a while the Houston livestock show and rodeo picking up. Some complaints about complications coming and going using rideshare services. Uber and lift we are becoming a little bit dependent on technology. Wouldn't you say new warnings are issued about potential hacks to the internet's infrastructure? High tech Texan Michael Garfield says if anything this is more of a warning for businesses not as much for consumers a little bit higher level that I think. IT corporate directors relation keep their nose and eyes open for he says, this is a good reminder for everyone to make sure your security software is up to date daddy's malicious hackers can redirect that traffic and take it to their own website. That potentially looks like the one you're getting to and you can hear the high techs and Michael Garfield weekends from eleven to one on AM nine fifty giambra NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h man a quick.
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"Then we need that. I'll demostrating Russia cars has been making big improvements to the technology from a particular point in a city, and then they can go to the airport within a few minutes. He says engineers are currently designing flying cars that we could actually use the next fifteen to twenty years giambra new. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h the roller coaster ride on Wall Street has some retirement investors, worried Sugarland private wealth adviser, Derek Kenny doesn't think there is cause for great concern, but long as jobs number state good and housing stays Bader at best we expect to see the economy along, but we're not going to set records in two thousand nineteen is best recommendation for your retirement account, trying to add a little more to it a Houston brewery claims the partial government shutdown is interfering with its planned release of new products late last year, eighth wonder brewery announced it was becoming a distillery as well. They created a vodka and gin, but before they could get the proper federal approval for their new white, brandy and run the shutdown came along on Wall Street. The Dow is now up one fifty the NASDAQ up twenty nine s and p five hundred up lemon oil at forty nine sixty five. Now,
"giambra" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Juror. Giambra now with you from our college football studios, presented by Mercedes Benz van still to come the AllState Sugar Bowl get set for number fifteen taxes number five. Georgia Tech coming up inside forty minutes from now longhorns. One went away from their first ten win season since two thousand nine for Georgia. No de'andre Baker in this game cornerback electing to skip the Sugar Bowl focus on the NFL draft. Pick also coming up on ESPN from New Orleans dourson ski, David Noreen Fitzsimmons. Led to call for us here on ESPN radio. We get you back out Pasadena alongside Tom looking Bill Greg McElroy once again, here's Dave patch. Just looking on ESPN television right now people went after a battle of the mascots there at the Sugar Bowl one that and Georgia would not win the BULLDOGS versus bowl no relation. But I think it would be a real tough test. That's what they're bred to do. Man. You got bowl Bateman. You've gotta get those those steers in line. I'm telling you that really broke through that he broke through really, oh, he broke through like a steel cage. Nothing has not good. So stay taking over on downs. First and ten on. It's forty eight yard line with a twenty eight to ten lead nine minutes to go. We'll see if the buckeyes try to work the clock here Weber in the backfield Haskins in the pistol takes the step gifts to Weber off right side. He's at midfield and taken down there and play by Ben Berkman, first team all Pac twelve Pac twelve scholar athlete of the year to two yard gain. Ohio State at Berkeley and.
The International Space Station Begins
"So today is another very special episode because we're celebrating the twentieth. Anniversary of the beginning of the international space station. The I s a critical mission in this story is S T S eighty eight. It's the shuttle mission that brought the unity module to join the first element Zara in space. It was the first ISS assembly mission for the space shuttle, the first time I s elements join together and the first spacewalks for ISS assembly and maintenance SDS Eighty-eight launched on December fourth and return, December fifteenth nineteen ninety eight so tell the story we're bringing in Jerry Ross, he's a former astronaut and flew with Mr. Cabana, Mr. Bob. Cabana the commander and currently the director of the Kennedy Space Center on SDS Eighty-eight. Ross went out with astronaut Jim Newman back during the mission for the first three spacewalks of assembly and maintenance to give you some idea of how cool that is where over two hundred now for I s assembly and maintenance base walks at the time of this recording. So with no further delay less giambra head to our talk with mister Jerry Ross for the twentieth. Anniversary of the international space station and the milestone mission SDS Eighty-eight enjoy. Jerry. Thank you so much for being here today. I really appreciate you actually taking the time to come on here. I'm glad to be with you. So today, we're going to be talking about a milestone mission SDS ADA. This was a lot of I this was the first time that the first ISS assembly mission, the first ISS, our international space station space walk to actually do assembly and maintenance very important milestone in the beginning of the international space station program. So I kind of wanted to start by just sort of setting the scene. This is late nineteen ninety eight hour talking about what is what's going on at NASA where we coming from what's going on right now. What's going on one thousand nine hundred eight? Okay. Well, for me, personally, I'd been on one of the MIR missions SEO seventy four when we'd gone up and visit the MIR station, and we actually added the docking module to the MIR station that all subsequent SP. Official visits. There used to dock to the MIR station after that was done. I went into a fairly lengthy period of leading the spacewalking team to try to figure out how we were going to build a space station from spacewalking standpoint, we build a large cadre of crew members and engineers and and flight controllers. We went through evaluated every piece of hardware to make sure that we could physically do what we're supposed to do. Or what the engineers needed us to do to do the assembly and maintenance activities on that? We found many things that were not adequately designed and sent those back to the program and said, we can't do that. And we worked hand in hand with them to figure out ways to fix things and get things ready for us to be able to confidently build the station and maintain it. So this was coming from experiences on MIR to right because that was also a collaborative. Endeavor even said, you were talking about the docking module that fit the US shuttle to the MIR. Right. We didn't do any spacewalking on MIR except for one or two times. Okay. And that really didn't feed into to this effort. But certainly what we did learn on MIR about longer term stays in space in the logistics of it and how to do the care and feeding for the crew members that were up there for long periods of time. That's all certainly folded into our our thought processes in our planning and our execution of station. Once we start staffing it. Okay. So then how how did you even start with if learning to spacewalk, and knowing what you were going to do to actually assemble the international space station. Okay. Well, I had done five spacewalks already by that sorry for spacewalks by that time
"giambra" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"So it's like they're all like putting their. It's like your only hope is to get lucky like your only hope out of the life that you live is is to get lucky. And that's it. The only chance much money is in America is gotta be a way to. One hundred percent. I mean, the anchorman call it would be a way to like we shouldn't Eric people living on the streets absolutely afforded. There's people money. There's no there's zero reason with the amount of resources and the GDP of this country. There's no reason to have anybody living on the streets. Like people have to sleep outside. That's insane. That that people are starving in this country is insane. Jeff Bezos could personally give everybody in this country five hundred dollars. Here's what I thought about. Here's what I always thought about was the bail. I mean, this is this is when it was like cemented into me. Like, how messed up how mess up things truly are again. It's not blue co podcasts. But when they did when when this happened when I was in college, I think I don't know if you guys were yet, but or or still, but it was over. Coby too young. And then he called. The recession. Right. And then they did the bail out. Right. The bailout. I know the first bailout was like eight hundred. It was eight hundred billion dollars. Eight hundred billion dollars. There are the three hundred something million people in this country. So for five hundred billion dollars less you could have given every single person in America a billion dollars. Yeah. But that messes everything up does right. But this is what I'm saying is like this is the fakeness of our economic system. And this is the thing that here. It's like, I literally when when that when those numbers came out, and I was like, oh, none of this makes any this system is literally designed to make rich people rich and poor people poor because what happened was all of these banks and all of these like corporations and the the auto industry and the housing market they all fail because of bad decisions made by these rich people, and what happened was their money that they we have from people paying taxes, they took the tax money from all of us and gave it to those people. So that they could be bailed out and their companies could still go because they were like, well, if that doesn't happen, then everything collapses, you don't understand none of us make money, then and I'm like school so us giving eight hundred billion dollars to them doesn't cause inflation. It doesn't cause them the stock market collapsed giving five. A billion dollars less to just Americans. Have that collapses everything basically, John giambra lock is saying to listens? I did is that this podcast is not political anyway. And basically saying is that due to just gave Will Smith money in this movie, the movie would've been. I'm saying like if the system fails, then there is no system, and then how does anything work, okay without a silken being place. There's no system back that movie. Stuck in a loop jolly the system business so base replace Replace it it in. in? It's like is interesting because the one problem I really really have moving on miss curbing around. Is this damn dude? Who's in charge of the interest, right? Make him get cough. Yes..
"giambra" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Giambra Haidar baseball tonight studios. Another pitching change from the Red Sox. Meanwhile, earlier today cardinals and the giants, and it's been a long time for macadear pairs. Right failed for carbon. Six. Palmer cardinals radio network on the call Matt carpenter with his first home run since August, thirty first helping the cardinals to the victory nine to Saint Louis remains a game and have up on the Rockies for the final wildcard spot in the National League has also gone final in Detroit. The lions topping the patriots twenty six to ten as New England for the first time since two thousand twelve one and two on the season. Although that year they did finish twelve and four back to you. Rick. Thank you, John DDS. We'll hit for yonder Alonzo. The sky is falling in New England. Yeah. I don't know that quite yet. It is. But. Robby Scott on here. Just a seventh appearance nine fifty three. The ER a deal intentionally walk Di Di as of sorry what? Yeah. It'll be left up. Greg. Alan. So Alan the switch hitter. We'll come up you hit in this spot. All the year to forty couple of home runs. The guy who can really run. It can roll out. All loaded up infield about halfway with one out three three. Bottom of the eleventh, Scott facing Allen.
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"At grade returned i did any theft and fraud as we're just talking about these robo calls these telemarketers at all these scams identity theft and fraud cost consumers more than sixteen billion a year this i it's one of those things that just really pissed me off it just because it's so prevalent money cost people isn't it and there's it's so hard to if you don't have say lifelock if you don't have an advocate on your side when this kind of stuff hits your screw or or you don't catch i mean you know you don't catch it right away right i mean nobody who catches it right away really i mean if you don't have nobody right and that's why some fifteen point four million consumers were victims of identity theft fraud last year she's that's why so great to have people like hunter giambra doing what he's doing in shutting down some of these scams philip in georgia philip you're on the blaze hey man real quick i keep getting this one scam say computer generated voice calling saying they're from microsoft and at my windows key has expired and that i need to call number to get my windows key reactivated so i can use my computer they're telling you computer shut we'll have three computers and they're they nobody ever tells me which computer it is that.
"giambra" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"With curtis and cosby in washington my colleague courtesy were there in new york and curtis you know i just go away for a few hours and i get word that now a number of people including a number of folks in the reform party have looked at a series of candidates for governor and have decided the best one is my colleague curtis sliwa curtis this is fascinating news and i'm glad we're we're going to be able to ask you about it for the first time here live on the air and the reform party's looked at a number of people you guys have interviewed joel giambra marcus molinaro larry sharpe joe hollander so many people that are still sort of being looked at and they said you know what the perfect person to take on governor cuomo is you so here you are live on seventy seven wabc radio you have my vote so what are you gonna do what do you think are you seriously considering you know because we've had many conversations i hadn't ever intended on running for governor especially after surviving the physical and the medical ordeal in recovering from chronics crohn's disease which not the bejesus out of me but every time i used the statement and you get going other people giggle when i introduced the governor andrew utilize cuomo cuomo the son of audio protocol king cuomo the first they say yeah you've been saying that for years well before he was governor well before he was stated torney general when he ran for governor the first time in lost a democratic primary against carl mccall and did not handle that gracefully and even before then boy you've been like on his jockstrap constantly corrupt one especially remember the guy joe pa coco's now facing thirty years in jail because he was convicted of three corruption charges that i always described as his wartime consigliere his quaker who obviously is synonymous so the kind of corruption that exists in the.
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"Two nine nine nine let me say a lotta neil on staten island hello neil morning crank had been killed list so week unfortunately cover the cuomo had a a news number conference of others where he injured said that he booking that numbers legalize probably marijuana likely to rise bosh crazy set to him but didn't you always say was a gateway drug well marcia that is true but the governor of massachusetts in new jersey going to be legalized and get we really need to revenue stream i wanted to weigh the revenue stream west when he refused to do fracking jobs taxes that would of course i don't understand this what about gambling with it last ones on the block to legalized gambling everyone got the casinos the who who wants to gamble on the finger lakes he's going bankrupt so i i don't understand the side the politicians they don't know what started to be on i don't wanna be hit by some some young kid who's hopped up on marijuana drought yeah i mean much of what you said is correct now thanks for calling this is purely politically calculated i it was joel giambra who's running as an independent candidate for governor he even though he was republican county executive he had come out in favor of marijuana legalization then cynthia nixon says she's wants marijuana legalization then the mayor's wife the mayor the governor's archrival of course the mayor's wife charlene mccrae says she's in favor marijuana legalization so what this is andrew cuomo being worried about cynthia nixon.
"giambra" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"On seventy seven w adc well we had a blockbuster pubs in politics event this monday night right here at seventy seven wabc at the hackensack meridian help stage seventeen and one of the big highlights was a very spirited debate on whether or not to legalize marijuana in new york we had on the pro side new york gubernatorial candidate joel giambra and also mike z of high ny very fun versus conservative actor stephen baldwin and also herb london of the london center and it was so good we decided we would play a little bit of some of those great and feisty exchanges which are sold out audience loved take a listen the biggest problem with keeping this legal first of all people get it anyway i completely disagree with your argument that this isn't the source for tax revenue colorado brought in a quarter billion dollars of tax revenue last year why would we not take advantage of that commerce that's happening that doesn't make any sense to me i will leave it there for now may i just raise a point about the tax revenue you're absolutely right colorado has increased its tax revenue but you also have taken to account additional hospitalization costs you also have to take into account insurance rates on the highway also have to take into account additional deaths that have occurred you say this document is inaccurate you haven't read this document but it is provided by the state i didn't write it this is no i did i did of this guy but when you get back to another issue which is you talked about alcohol prohibition and of course i'm opposed to alcohol prohibition but it's integrated into the society if you're telling me about an additional drug that is not integrated saudi yes readily available but not integrated and so there's a big difference between the two and my feeling is that the additional problems brought about through legalization a now worth stephen baldwin go ahead again it just gets back to like two and two is four and common sense and you guys obviously have a sense about this and you know why president trump won is because more people had a different sense about the direction of the country so i think the direction of the country calls for more communication with citizens about potential outcomes before we start implementing things to make more money to.
"giambra" Discussed on Unfilter
"Are you telling me that if i'm around smoke and your combusting something got it it could be harmful i'm not the next they're gonna tell me the wood smoke might be damaging to inhale and this just in water is wet mathew springer professor at the university of california san francisco says marijuana smoke is three times worse for the arterial walls than cigarette smoke now that i've never heard before because i've always assumed like cigarettes get all these kinds of crazy additives to them carcinogens shit that's awful and can lead to blood clots heart attacks or stroke spirit told npr quote people think cannabis is fine because it's natural i hear this a lot i don't know what it means we have not been telling them to avoid inhaling second hand smoke marijuana it's because we just haven't known the experiments haven't been done fucking laws now of course the lesson here is kids met yours for cbs news cbs eleven news reporting on the front lines of second hand marijuana smoke so the unfiltered show hot tip vape everybody now if you're in new york and i actually when i visited new york this did actually come up you don't get access to the fun times recreational no guilt associated putt emily fake you will former erie county executive joel giambra is running for governor one of his plans is to legalize recreational marijuana for adults what do you think about so you got a governor here who wants to legalize pot as part of his platform and if you're listening to this show as we're live or right around march twenty first issue go to w g r z dot com slash vote and let them know if you think that should be legal because at the time of their broadcast here eighty three percent of new yorkers think it should not be legal something tells me that number is going to be flipped because it could generate a half.
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"Or select women we've got to be politically correct right in connecticut now governor malloy is saying that he's going to wait and see when this gets to his desk but in the last few days the same panel that talked about medical marijuana and push forward with medical marijuana is now reviewing legalize marijuana and is us talking about this could be the trifecta you know with the three states of course new york is not legal yet but we're going to be talking a lot about that at pubs in politics monday but in connecticut they say part of the reason is that first of all obviously it's it's a trend that's happening across the country and i want to hear what our listeners thank is it about time that connecticut and new york become legalized for marijuana we're talking about recreational marijuana guys one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two one eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two and what's happening with governor malloy is that he's reviewing it and in part because massachusetts neighboring massachusetts is about to start it in june and they can attention by this board that decided the medical marijuana part and that's now going to be reviewing the legalized part is saying look they're doing it in nearby massachusetts there's so much traffic between massachusetts and connecticut is basically a foregone conclusion with what's happening around the country right now and we're gonna lose all the tax dollars we're gonna lose all the money and that's something that joel giambra who last night at our first debate of course it was the first new york state gubernatorial debate that was a really interesting area where all three the candidates we had joel we had joe holland we had larry sharpe all of them were talking about marijuana and should it be legalized this is what joel giambra had to say it was sort of similar to what this board is saying what a lot of people are saying is in connecticut here's joel giambra from our debate sponsored by the reform party and again it was at the hackensack meridia health center stage seventeen of prohibition doesn't work it's a failed public policy as i said and there's a rates are modern the revenues right now that are being generated in the black market economy.
"giambra" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Nine two two two eight hundred eight four eight nine two two two and by the way the debate was so awesome curtis again the first debate for the new york governor season i love it it's getting red hot and i think it's so awesome and the candidates it was really great i mean they got into it with each other they talked about issues that they have never talked about before and we had larry sharpe of course who's the libertarian party candidate for new york state johanna who is the former new york state housing commissioner for governor pataki an minister author attorney also joel giambra former erie county executive and it was so interesting to see the three of them and on some issues they were like miles apart and they got into it i mean they were pointing fingers at each other i mean larry sharpe right from the gecko is pointing fingers at holland and joel and it was just i loved it it was so heated and great but there was one issue that they did agree on and that was on the issue of herman bell the convicted cop killer herman bell because that case now before governor cuomo because the parole board has granted bel parole this is the guy who killed two cops and the nineteen seventies lord them kill them and now he is up for parole the parole board has granted the parole and now it's in the hands of governor cuomo and all the guys had some very interesting responses on that here's a little bit this is larry sharpe at last night's i knew new york state gubernatorial debate with us if he's no longer a third society and the parole board said he can get out i'm fine with that i don't think the governor should step in and pick winners and losers decide to punish someone because of that i think it is what it is i don't i don't have a strong opinion on before with you he killed cops they could kill anybody i don't i don't see a cop life more or less important i respect cops but they're just citizens like everyone else if the man did his time and it's time to get out and the pro bowl says so i'm okay with it now i want to get our callers response on that because.
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"Hi furious commuters down below in penn station not being able to catch trains a new jersey transit trains because yep you got it a bridge went up and didn't come down as it has so many times before and the officials pointing fingers at one another saying what me worry like alfred newman not my responsibility another day another mass transit michigan this time involving a bridge in jersey they won't go down and amtrak and new jersey transit riders are screwed again and speaking of pointing fingers boy everybody is buzzing about our debate last night it was the first new york state gubernatorial debate of course sponsored by the reform party here of new york which you of course are the chairperson and kudos to you and frank marino the secretary of the reform party in new york state it was a great debate and of course it was at our hackensack meridian health stage seventeen packed house passionate and i feel like it was by far the best exchanges i was the first debate which is great of this hot election season but it also was the most substantive most interesting candidate got into it on so many issues and is all tell you i have never done a debate i've done a lot of debates in my life i have never done one where the opening speaker who was none other than former new york democratic governor david paterson are fifty fifth governor he opens up of course you know i invited him a few weeks ago because we thought okay let's have somebody who's got experience as a governor to give the three candidates and of course it was larry sharpe joe holland joel giambra give them advice but you know what after he did his opening statements i had to ask them and you know i had to do it because he is engaged in a lawsuit he is suing you and one of your ex wives mary over a co op on the upper east side and of course i had to ask david paterson all about it here it is area that i totally agree with president trump about is fake news fake news and simply we were trying to conduct a sale and.