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Becoming a Radio 'Talkmaster' in 1978
"But now the mailroom that was right up my alley. And I worked for a guy named Grady who loved talk radio in the local talk radio station. And so I fell in love with talk radio listening to folks like Brad clay and bob queso and all these great great colorful provocative talk show hosts. This is way before talk radio exploded the way it has around the country. And I decided to try to take a tour of the radio station to see what it looked like. And I got in my beat up pale blue Volkswagen bug and drove over to Cincinnati's street over in Dayton near the university of Dayton arena. And got a tour of the radio station and I saw a memo on the bulletin board that said, we're still looking for that young talk master. That was what they called talk show host back in those rather pretentious times. And I thought, well, I can do that. I could talk. So I knocked on the program director's door and I said, I can do it. I can go on. Give me a shot. And he said, well, kid, the guy who's on the air tonight has the flu, I'm supposed to cover for him, but I don't really want you. Why don't you go on and go on air? Now I think 17 and a half years old, scared to death. And I started ranting and raving. I didn't just say I was pro life. I said, their baby killers. Fry them. I'm pro capital punishment. Fry the bait. I mean, I didn't know what I was doing. I'm yelling and ranting and raving. And they hired me. The next day, they said, you got a job. And I became a talk show host in 1978. What are we now? 40 four years later. And I'm still a big mouth on the radio, probably not much more sophisticated than those
The Latest Update on Eric's Late-Night Talk Show
"About a month back, you mentioned you were working on a TV show. What's happening with that project? That show is a reboot of Sanford and son. And it's not going anywhere. Nobody buys me as Lamont. And I said, what about Fred? He said, we don't buy you as Freddie. I said, what about bubba? What about Grady? I just want to play one of the, nobody's buying it. And so I don't know what's going to happen with that. We're working on another project actually to do a late night talk show. And that, where is that? We're probably going to be shooting 5 more shows at the end of June for that. That's the talk show with Eric when taxes, kind of like a Johnny Carson show. So that's a long story. But that is happening. And I'm excited about it. Yeah.
Good Reporting Is Good for Everybody
"Because I had an experience in which I was at an event is speaking with and after the course I sent and we would always incurred, we'd always send press releases to Grady and we'd always make sure that they wanted to send somebody they could. And it was an experience in which let's just say that the reporter who come and I'll just leave it completely, you know, amorphous here do not know. Came in, did want to be there, you could tell, you know, and I get that. But then when it started the interview, it was from a very one side of it. And when I didn't answer the way it was expected, it just threw the whole and it was just, it got aggressive, and that was a mistake from someone who really never interviewed it. Somebody who had been interviewed hundreds of times, that was not a good way to go. So we made it through it, but it said to me that can we give them some more realistic fundamentals. This is how you do this that would help them because sooner or later they were going to be this person would be at a gust of this person maybe in Atlanta. This person maybe knocks wherever it is. And it's good reporting is good for everybody. And I think that's the thing that I want to emphasize here and I think it's important from what you're upbringing was as well. Because it's the smaller stories that if you get it right, it leads to the bigger
David McCormick: 3 Biggest Issues to Address in Pennsylvania
"What are the big issues you're hearing about and why are you the best suited to address them You know Mark I hear the same three issues over and over again I've had enough focus groups here to know that I'm on the right track And they are first and foremost inflation Inflation is a huge drag on all of this We're at a 40 year high in an inflation But it really hurts working families It hurts elders on the fixed income And it hurts small businesses I was in a tool and die shop yesterday and owner told me it's killing him because all his inputs the materials he's buying are going up in price and of course he's not able to get the price and things he sells And it's doing great damage So that's the first one And it's a direct result of the socialist policies of Joe Biden make no mistake about it He's trying to blame it on other things It's bad policy Bad policy by the Federal Reserve and bad policy by our president The second is energy Energy comes up over and over again because as you know as a pennsylvanian Pennsylvania is blessed with incredible energy reserves we'd be about the fourth largest country in the world for natural gas if Pennsylvania or a country And it's unbelievably clean gas that we're able to share with the world And the Biden administration's war on energy has created huge uncertainties So nobody's drilling And it's hurt our energy workers and it's driven up the price of gas So when I started this Grady journey it cost me about 90 bucks to fill up my pickup It's about a 125 now It's because of bad policy And that of course has contributed to Ukraine which we can talk about as well And then the third issue is border Border border border it comes up over and over again It's because of the crisis and fentanyl in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania which is the worst country in which state in the country per CAPiTA for fentanyl
Tshiebwe shines again, No. 7 Kentucky beats Florida 71-63
"Ask her she way had twenty seven points and fifteen rebounds for his twenty fifth double double of the season pushing seven Frank Kentucky to a seventy one sixty three win against Florida game right before I came on Wednesday night we just come in fives when you find them and they're always going to help save the national player of the year candidate scored seventeen of Kentucky's nineteen points over a seven and a half minutes span that included both tabs cheap way provided the team's first eleven points of the second half is thirteen straight double double severe Wheeler added thirteen points for the visitors and Kellan Grady chipped in eleven Colin Castleton led the Gators with twenty three points and eleven rebounds I'm the ferry
Hopkins helps No. 6 Kentucky rally, then survive LSU 71-66
"Bryce Hopkins came off the bench to score eleven of his career high thirteen points during a fifteen to run in the second half of six right Kentucky seventy one sixty six decision over LSU the shorthand the Wildcats trailed thirty six twenty eight just after halftime and needed offense besides Oscar she boy who had seventeen points and sixteen rebounds Kellan Grady and Davy on men's also had thirteen points for the Wildcats who played their second consecutive game without injured starting guards Ty Ty Washington and severe Wheeler I'm Dave Ferrie
Update on the latest sports
"AP sports I'm David Shuster at the NBA Saturday all star show in the books the three point contest was won by Minnesota seven footer Karl Anthony towns I just came here to compete I came and went and when he did in the slam dunk contest only tapping of the Knicks prevailed man it feels amazing it is been a lot of a lot of Libyans who won the dunk contest N. and former aide to be to be to be a part of that is is something special song taken for granted and the Cleveland trio of Evan moblie Darius garland and Jared Allen captured the team skills competition switching to a busy day in college hoops number one Gonzaga defeated Santa Clara but number two Auburn lost to Florida as our day ferry reports Tyree Appleby scored twenty of his twenty six points in the second half as the Gators dealt the Tigers their second straight road loss Colin Castleton had nineteen points for the Gators who trailed by nine in the second half before beating Auburn at home for the thirteenth straight time you're very Smith scored twenty eight points to lead Auburn elsewhere number three Arizona defeated Oregon and for Kentucky got twenty five points from Kellan Grady they defeated Alabama by nine you know I think it shows a lot about our team and Alabama makes fourteen threes and we win the game number six Kansas seventy Baylor nine do contend Villanova won their games and the NC double a tournament committee candidates early top four seeds Gonzaga Auburn Arizona and Kansas in hockey St Louis scored three goals in the third period defeating Toronto six to three elsewhere Edmonton won its fifth in a row for two over Winnipeg Colorado it's seven straight on the road five three over buffalo other winners Boston LA Anaheim and Calgary and F. L. news former Miami coach Brian Flores hired by Pittsburgh to be on Mike Tomlin's staff and then go off Joaquin Niemann has a three shot lead after three rounds of the genesis invitational at the Riviera Country Club in L. A. I'm David Shuster AP sports
Grady's 25 spark No. 4 Kentucky's rally past No. 25 Alabama
"Kellan Grady an Oscar she way led fourth ranked Kentucky to a ninety eighty one victory over number twenty five Alabama Grady made seven threes for a season high twenty five points my goal was to get the ball across court and allow the five of us to play you know initiate make a first pass allowed to trespass to be easy and then let us play she way provided twenty one points and fourteen rebounds but the Wildcats had to rally from a twelve point first half deficit by putting together runs of thirteen and twenty two can't Brooks had eighteen points including a huge dunk with fifty seven seconds remaining to help Kentucky moved to eleven and three in the SEC Keyon Ellis poured in a season high twenty eight points for the Crimson Tide for seventeen and ten overall seven and seven in the conference I'm Dave Ferrie
Tshiebwe scores 27 in No. 5 Kentucky's win over Florida
"Oscar she way posted his eleventh consecutive double double leading fifth rank Kentucky to a seventy eight fifty seven route of Florida she way provided twenty seven points and nineteen rebounds for the Wildcats who attended to in the SEC following their sixth straight win she way leads the nation with eighteen double doubles this season I just being good just do my best to whatever is happening in the game I think I can't control what I'm able to control what if I'm not able to control it I just let it go it is being keep working hard to tie tie Washington scored eight of his ten points in the second half before leaving the game for good with a lower leg injury with twelve fifty one remaining Kellan Grady had fifteen points as the Wildcats ended the Gators four game winning streak I'm Dave Ferrie
Free Beacon: Biden Joint Chiefs Nominee Embraces ‘Gender Advisers’ for Troops
"Biden joint chiefs nome NOM embraces gender advisers for our troops This is part of what I talk about on the Sunday show how we're focused on this sort of stuff and the communist Chinese are focused on killing us President Joe Biden's nominee free bacon for the vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff told the Senate gender advisers for combat troops are critical to U.S. success a position some veteran says nothing more than a left wing initiative that distracts from the military's court duties Where are we finding these generals And are they working for us or the enemy Who are these fools The revelation came during a December 8 exchange with senator Jeanne shaheen Democrat New Hampshire Who asked how admiral Christopher Grady intends to implement women peace and security legislation within the joint chiefs of staff Women peace and security the role of a gender adviser is a way to attack a very significant issue And if confirmed I look forward to leveraging those advisers who could make me think better and smarter about the issues that you raise Grady said So I look forward to if confirmed understanding the ecosystem and helping advance the cause going forward again This is general This is a general
Christina Karaoli Taylor and Grady Tripp Prove the Intersection of Media and CRT
"Christina Karoly Taylor multicultural competency trainer Multicultural competency trainer in a diversity training video for KE NS 5 San Antonio CBS affiliate Hat tip project veritas kawan go What we're going to talk about today is going to center around the main code of ethics of journalism In a couple of things during this workshop and throughout your day I challenge you to stop thinking in terms of objective journalism because and discuss why that's not really feasible anymore But in terms of accuracy fairness and transparency are always striving for objectivity is not feasible If you read unfreedom of the press man that I nail this This is now the culture for the media Now we have Grady trip diversity inclusive training officer at tegna tegna owns KMS 5 San Antonio cut to go This kind of sorry not sorry for the statement that I'm making there At this point if you're not listening to a podcast or looking at a video or reading any of the information that's out as far as equality and social justice and race you don't care Now I don't know how to say it because it's there We're going to be organizations accountable because we know it's important to the organization KPIs are going to change right KPIs are going to reflect diversity and inclusion from a representation standpoint at various levels from an inclusion standpoint So here you have the media critical race theory Intersecting This is the forced brainwashing The forced acceptance of the racist ideology
"grady" Discussed on Insider Interviews
"So we are here. With milissa grady diaz as. She is the chief marketing officer of cadillac. And you've talked about how you find it important to show up differently. What does that mean. There's a few different ways to explain it if you have advertising or have any work that you're doing that doesn't work in the environment that it's in people are going to ignore it and i think a lot of people think they hate advertising. People don't hate advertising. They hate bad advertising. And the example. That i always uses the super bowl because everyone wants to watch the commercials at the super bowl so what we do and what our processes is. We basically understand who our audience is. I call them are our future cadillac owners. And i take those future cadillac owners and i try to understand where they're going to be How they're consuming media how they're entertaining themselves. Then i try to be in those places but to do it in a different so that it really breaks through a recent example of this is we are launching. The lyric cadillacs first electric vehicle yen. Very excited about it and as we were working on this launch One of the initiatives we have is when when we looked in our database in. We looked at who are future. V owners are culinary index really high. And so we ask the question. If that's true what would we possibly do. That would make those two things collide and we did something called of the lyric electric kitchen and we worked with two michelin star chefs in l. A. and we had the designers of the vehicle. Show them the vehicle and they came up with dishes that were inspired by the vehicle. We want so. Some examples are just the shapes of the food that came from shapes within the vehicle. There was some effervescence really into some of the dishes that that really are the spoke of the grill. That lights up. The lighting choreography on. This car is incredible So there were all these pieces that were pulled into the different dishes. It was really a culinary journey..
"grady" Discussed on Insider Interviews
"Melissa grady ds. I have listened to a few interviews with you in preparing for this episode. Which i'm very eager to do and there are two lines that jumped out at me. Both seem to be kind of emblematic of your personal brand as chief marketing officer of cadillac and of the cadillac brand message. So i want to quote this one's from an interview. You did with jim stengel. You said my job is to make people understand. What a great bad ass brand cadillac. Is i love that. Thank you is what my job is well. It seems that you're doing it very well. And then this line was actually said by tiffany haddish in one of the recent spots for cadillac. That you built. She said sometimes you have to take the wheel and sometimes you just have to let it go. I love that to to do. Write that because that sounds like your mantra. I did not write that. He's not right that but my mantra is an exactly where i'm supposed to be which i think ties into that pretty well. Sometimes you gotta crowd wheeled. Sometimes you just have to let it go so yeah those. Those are two very good centering.
In Stefanski's return, Browns defense dominates Vikings 14-7
"The Browns defense led a fourteen seven win over the Vikings leaving Cleveland with the three and one record Minnesota didn't score after Kirk cousins hit Justin Jefferson for a touchdown pass to cap a commanding opening drive cousins threw his first interception of the season is Grady Williams picked him off Nick Chubb had twenty one carries for one hundred yards and Kareem hunt ran fourteen times for sixty nine yards and a touchdown chase McLaughlin made two key field goals to help offset a rocky game for Baker Mayfield who was fifteen of thirty three for one hundred fifty five yards I'm Dave Ferrie
Shooter Kills 4 People, Including Infant, in Florida
"Scene after the shooting of Lakeland, Florida early today. County Sheriff Grady Judd. We discovered a man, a woman and an infant in the mother's arms, all shot to death. We went to the house directly behind. And found another lady shot to death. Judge says an 11 year old girl was found with multiple gunshot wounds and is hospitalized. The shooter who was dressed in full body armor, was shot and injured after a gun battle with deputies. Judd says the man told them he was on meth before he was taken to a hospital where he tried to take a gun from a police officer.
"grady" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"His back need surgeries prevented him from appearing in any games during the season. Grady sizemore had a microfracture surgery on his right knee in september after previous arthur Procedure in two thousand. Eleven was unsuccessful in healing. His ailing need sizemore. Remained a free agent through the twenty thirteen season. According to his agent joe urban sizemore did not want to commit to a team until he was ready to play again but in january. Twenty second twenty fourteen. He felt ready to be back and sizemore signed with the boston. Red sox the contract was a one year option or one year with a base salary of seven hundred fifty thousand dollars the veteran minimum with incentives that could increase his contract up to six million dollars on march. Twenty eighth sizemore was named the team starting center fielder over after beating out. Jackie bradley jr. And that's that's really important because jackie bradley jr. mookie betts in andrew benintendi were that were about to become that outfield. And even even though that grady sizemore was on a was on a very very team. Friendly deal as jackie bradley. Jr. at the time but ready size was on a very team friendly deal and it was actually able to beat out the the young kid the young buck so to speak for the starting position. So that's just showing you how much more time he has or how much ability he still has after. Not really being healthy since maybe since two thousand eight. So that's four full seasons at this point that it going on five that he is about to be either unhealthy or has it been healthy for the last four seasons any still doing really really well and so he signed with the red sox right and then on march twenty eighth name. The team starting center fielder on opening day against the baltimore. Orioles e hit a solo shot over the right field scoreboard. He also hit a three run home. Run against former teammate. C c sabathia and game versus the yankees on april eleventh on june seventeenth. Grady sizemore was designated for assignment to make room for top prospect. Garin glenn siskind ski. He is actually a. He actually only played through the two thousand sixteen season and Only hit two twenty nine with one home run and four. Rbi's is he ended up being a very disappointing move by the red sox but the next day. The red sox officially released grady sizemore for his brief time. Boston though grady sizemore made one point two five million dollars which considering like he made five hundred thousand dollars in obscenities. In the i like what. What was that. The first two months of the season three months of the season may also absolutely raking it in. I think that's one of the reasons why they got rid agree size bars. He was just too into well. But on june twenty four th sizemore signed a minor league deal with the philadelphia phillies. I on july eleven sizemore was recalled for lia lee valley to in order to join the phillies rotation of outfielders on july twenty fifth sizemore. Got his one thousand career hit. In a game against the arizona diamondbacks after successful start. Phillies general manager ruben. Junior suggested sizemore could be part of the phillies long long term plans. If the f- like if its success continued and nothing as somebody who was watching this guy grow up. You know nothing. Nothing i wanted more was than for grady sizemore to be continued being good at baseball. But that just wasn't the case and he was signed to a one year contract after that season on october. Twenty third he he was a he signed a one year contract for the twenty fifteen sees him and he collected four hits in one game against the diamondbacks on may sixteenth. Two thousand fifteen and then was designated for assignment once again on. May twenty ninth two thousand fifteen..
"grady" Discussed on GSMC Baseball Podcast
"Up next we are talking about the american league east. Now i agree with this. That means the nationally west is the number one postseason race. And i would agree with this because it's still a little too early to really count either toronto or the yankees out both are are only about eight games back when i'm recording this on Sunday on the eighteenth so right now both teams are about eight games out and the red sox still seem a little light on pitching so even though they're a game and a half up while i'm recording this on tampa bay. They're you know they. They seem something that might be the. They expect to have that issue fixed. When chris sale comes back. But that's every bay. Rays are very deep. As usual and eager to defend the american league title without a doubt like that is one hundred percent true and eat evidently. Shouldn't put a run by toronto or new york them either. Because like this is it's a tough like you can't count out for teams in this division and i think that is very impressive but well like while the the the difference between these two teams or between the nl west in the american league east even though there are more teams that are competitive in the american league east than out west. The reason that the nfl west is more competitive. Or it's a more intriguing races because of how good those all of those teams are versus the east where you really have to teams that are very competitive and then two teams that are maybe potential playoff teams versus the and west. Who i mean. Are you kidding like this. Division has the three best of the five teams in baseball. Like three. if it's if it's not if it's not the three best teams in baseball. It's three of the best five teams in baseball. Like if if it's not the giants padres dodgers in one three or a variation of that. Then it's like then you're throwing in the you're throwing in the white sox and you're throwing in the astros or lake. I think that's the only team that you could be throwing in there that that might be considered better than any of these teams because like the giants are still holding out for his place which is amazing and but the dodgers and pirates are excuse me the dodgers and padres are two teams that are also considered the best in baseball by mehdi and rape. And they're right behind the giants and these like all three of these teams are just juggernauts this year but two of those teams would very much like to avoid a wild card to decide their entire season against another team. That is that good. And the dodgers definitely have to consider themselves a the favorites here but all three of these teams are just absolutely fantastic. And it's in fact it's just fantastic to put their seen entire season on the line for a wildcard game. This is probably going to be the best race when it comes. Mike down the stretch. And it's probably going to be the most important as well because we're gonna have a. Let's say this. Let's say the standings fall like this. The giants win the division. The dodgers finished in first place in the wildcard so second division and the padres get third place. So the defy the world the defending world champions have to face the dodgers and the and the dodgers are like alright. We have big brother at here but again it's big brother and that's that that team is supposed to always beat the padres and and the giants are fortunately get get to at least have a series to try and defend their season but the one of those teams is gonna fall very very short. So that's going to do here in this segment of the gsm. See baseball podcast. Don't go anywhere. We're gonna be right back with grady sizemore and how and what was once one of the most talented players in baseball and how it just didn't ever end up panning out. We'll be right back. Tired of searching the vast jungle of podcasts. Now listen close. And here this outburst. There's a podcast network that covers just about everything that you've.
"grady" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
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"grady" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"Okay welcome back. Consider yourself warned. Spoilers ahead every level. The spoilers ahead. This isn't grady hendrix. A lot of fun though. He's a lot of fun. I love all of our authors. Yes volvo time we do interviews say. That's the best interview that like. Nothing's ever given we. Just keep saying that every every every single time so excited to hopefully get to meet him in person. I'd love to hear him speak. I can just imagine canada way. He talked about The way he does appearances reminds me of joe hill. Where it's like. Yeah it's about qna and it's about all of that but at the same time it's putting together a presentation and a show for the people to perform. Yeah and that just makes me like not that. That's a requirement. But i think if you can you should agree. I just really would look forward to hearing him. You know kind of give a talk if you will. So thank you grady. you're you're a gem. You're good egg okay. let's get into it now. This is what happens in the words of the book after the memorial shrub has been planted. The moments of silence are done people's fifteen minutes of fame or up the franchises folded where we are. We're in a basement in a church in la with cotton ball sheep that say jesus loves you and very skinny goes rising from the grave. Proclaiming goes through scary. But not the holy ghost on. Just wonderful examples of grady's humor. I kinda wanna talk about the the group setting itself because i have I've not only been part of group therapy. But i am. I've had family members who were part of group therapy and that dynamic of of starting with a a A shared experience or shared. I mean. yeah a shared experience and creating almost a friendship and kinship from that but but overtime it falling apart. Because i mean everybody is very different. There's one thing that they all share and it's very powerful and it is very very bonding. Yeah but they're also very different people coming from different walks of life and there's tensions just like in a family that starts to develop and things start to break apart and i really. I really felt that. Because i've experienced that and i've seen that happen. Yeah i i am picking which you laying down any of my group therapy sessions. I've been a part of have not been as long running. And as deep as this one so i can't say i i exactly relate from my own experience but you can see how this would all come together and you can see how the group has become stagnant. And there's something. I really love about this. You know. we're we're following lynette. Who in way is an unreliable narrator right. Because we're just getting her side of things and then as the book unfolds especially towards the end and we're meeting other people in the group who are like lynette. You don't know how to move on and you know we're kind of seen like wow. We were kind of at this place of thinking. Lynette was right and they were wrong. And now we're seeing that like well. Maybe the net does need to evolve a little bit here because a lot because a lot of them are presented originally by lynette as you know not of not having adjusted very well and said oh you know we still have the group for this person or that person..
"grady" Discussed on Genre Junkies | Book Reviews
"Bookworm buddy. Don't forget subscribe rate and review. And while you're at it is on instagram at genre junkies. Alright with us today. Author of the final girl. Support group grady hendrix. Hello hey y'all how's it going. Good welcome welcome so you are no stranger to podcasting. What do you mean to have a podcast. it's fantastic. Ooh yes i did. Oh yeah no thank you. You know that podcast is such a frustration of mine. I started doing it during the pandemic and i was like and so instead of doing sort of typical author event. When i go out on book tours. I usually do more like a one person and so i am. I was putting together all the research for the for the southern book. Guy vampire show and doing all this and then we we pandemic and so no show so used all that research to make the podcast and it was so much fun. Like two of those episodes or two of my favorite things i've ever made. How much work do no one told me how hard it was going to be like pot really eager life and i had to stop doing it after six episodes because i just couldn't spend that kind of time on it anymore and so i've always wanted to restart it in. It's such a frustration for me. So yeah i mean thanks for bringing up a really sore subject. I really just wanted to start off by twisting the knife. Thank you other starts every conversation. Well i'm glad that you know it's easier when someone else does all the producing and you just get to talking. That's how i feel over here at jonah junkie. So that's i. Yeah and i love audio editing and stuff but it just eats up so also like doing these writing the scripts. Oh my god it took for told me like five weeks one time to write like a script for this thing. It was so hard right. It's a lot involve such a such a wider your writer. You're already writing script with the east. Well you know when you are the beautiful beautiful grady hendrix. It's hard it is. It is well. That's why. I wanted to a podcast because i mean why i appreciate doing your podcast. Because they feel like when people see my face. They get so uncomfortable because they can't help start comparing themselves to me coming up short just just from a purely looks point of view right staring into divinity. It will do that. Yeah yeah so. It's because because i treat everyone equal even though they're not i treat them like an equal which is part of my sort of magnanimous nature and so it makes me really uncomfortable. When there's sort of like you know really bowing and scraping and trying to keep their head lower. He just wants to be a normal guy. Everybody it's hard it's hard we'll try to keep you grounded today. Thank you i really. I really appreciate what you're doing. A good job of right from the beginning by bringing up the painful painful podcast. Al right perfect. We're doing good then. We're at good hope that we hear that you won said some really hurtful things your sister. Why we're actually. We're going to bring out your sister right now. That'd be.
Caller Compares Communist Culture Between Cambodia and the U.S.
"And they came to America. I mean, I can't do the beauty in Thailand and wait for four years. And I've got a sponsorship to come to D. C area to where I lived from. Um 1984 until 93. Then we differed. I feel where I attend Community College of Philadelphia. And now you're in Mississippi. Excuse me. Tennessee Jackson, Tennessee here recently just moved from Columbus Columbus area. So when you hear these, these Marxists go on about our country. Act like they're being, uh, victimized or oppressed. While they're making a fortune while they're while they're becoming famous, while While they're in the freest country in the face of the earth. It must absolutely drive you bonkers. Yes, sir. Absolutely. I mean, I mean, I hate to say it even my own kids. I have 18 16 and 13. And they just spoil like crazy. They're not. They don't understand. What it is to live. Communism. And even when I was in college University of mentors, and I had these young lady said the Constitution is a fraud. They don't know nothing about Constitution. They don't know nothing about communism. And they praise it. And even the professor just not his hands like, okay, fine multitudes, Grady. They don't understand that. I don't understand how Help help communism, you know if they were
"grady" Discussed on KCRW
"Grady. Victory is with the Sons of Confederate veterans. He grew up near the park and what it means to me is that Being a Lifelong student of history, local history, Georgia history, Your history, my history. It's all our common history, folks. This carving. Is a monument. While the imagery on the carving calls to mind the Civil war. No battles were fought at Stone Mountain. The carving isn't even that old having been finished in 1972. That's why John Evans, the former head of the local NAACP chapter, dismisses the heritage argument. He says the carving represents one thing. A continuation of white supremacy well past the Civil war. What we want you to do what we want you to consider. It's taken down. The edifice of the three generals on the mountain. Got to clean it up. Despite the carving controversy, the park remains popular, drawing three million visitors a year. But Stone Mountain CEO Bill Stephen says some businesses no longer want to hold their conventions at the parks hotels. As for what he can do about it, he says his hands are tied by Georgia law that protects Confederate monuments and by the sheer size of the task to remove the carving would take a small tactical nuclear weapon. Is three acres of solid granite. It's probably not going anywhere. That's why we're telling the story about it. Stevens and the chairman of the Stone Mountain Board the Reverend Abraham, mostly Says the conversation about potential changes is ongoing. Mostly, is a black pastor appointed to the post by governor Brian Kemp. I'm sure the carbon will come up. It has already came up. Where we go from there? I don't know. And I think on what CEO said. We want to tell the whole story. The good the bad and earthly. But a new advisory committee that will decide with that whole story looks like it's likely to face increased pressure. A growing movement by some conservatives, including Governor Kemp seeks to avoid divisive topics about the history of race in the US And on the other side activists like Atlanta civil rights attorney Gerald Griggs say they'll continue to demand change. This is not a reflection of what Georgia should be. It should be inclusive. It should tell all of the history and it's removed the hate, starting with the carvings. Last month, the board voted to relocate Confederate flags away from the main hiking area. And today it considers a new park logo. One That's not expected to feature an image of the carving.
"grady" Discussed on Hard Factor
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"grady" Discussed on Hard Factor
"I was a sergeant with the mother. I'm sorry with the sister. The guy who was elderly. Because i was a young sergeant so elderly could have been anything over fifty at the time gray hair and the yes and and the guy pulled a handgun and told them to leave so the deputy call for me. The deputy retired out of the military so he been to war before he told me he was actually older than i was more experienced retired marine said. Look i think this person is just mad. Just mad with a sister. I think you. And i can talk him down us in wall okay. That sounds cool to me. You i write for. We walk around the edge of his house and he set in on the front porch. Will you know what he put that pistol away but he got him a dadgum rifle. Spotted shoot laddis. Well i could hear the bullets. Flying past me and through the trees grew bro. She pep at that so we ran and the good news was he. Missed flow parameter set. And why we're waiting for swat. Will he continued to shoot at us. So this same. Deputy that i was telling you about the other story about the negotiator. He's coming to help set of parameters. And i'm telling him do not approach from the south cleaner with us lives up from the south and the guy starts shooting at him and you hear him the thinking the same guy you here. Hey let me make this stuff up. So anyway we got him out of the way for he got shot full of holes and then the swat team came and finally the guy came out of the house and charged at the swat team with a gun shooting at us and of course that was the end we we bought him for much. You could read a newspaper through cheese in that in that kind of a situation maybe The other officer was correct. At the time he was so mad he was just good to go out. No matter what what he determined he had reached age in a judge in life he was He was a veteran of of world. War two or the korean war. I can't remember which one and he had you know after we find out later. He shot his gun. A lot shot at people was control and he was not going to the hospital. He wasn't getting help. He was done and do suicide by cop. Unfortunately he thought it of wedding I'm glad he missed demystify. Cloudy miss to glad You mentioned you're elected which you are just anyone run against you at this point because it seems like a foolish well today you know. I say my prayers. I think the people polk county as well. I was just elected for the fifth term. The i share in one hundred sixty year. History to get elected for five terms and i was elected wishing gold six shooter or something very which was political year so if anyone was gonna draw opposition you would've thought it was last year so i'm grateful but i i work. I work hard every day. Know but the excitement of this is after all these years. I still wake up most mornings before. The alarm goes off to come to work to a christian community. You don't campaigned us. We'd vote for sure. But i think that's interesting. I feel like you're you're branded justice Transcends partisan right or partisanship. I young people just know that you're gonna take justice very seriously and you're going to execute that justice In a way that's fair and that's a that's exciting to me as a guy that loves justice. Not as much as you. You're passionate but man. Well you know. I i i meet with the democrats. I meet with republicans. Sometimes democrats disagree with me sometimes. Republicans disagree with me but none of them can disagree. That i don't always operate in their best interest. Because you know what we're all americans you know. We're all good people we. We've let this republican democrat way out of control and that's unfortunate all's people have a right to be. What do they want to be. And people have a right to have opinions. And you know just because your opinion doesn't coincide with my opinion doesn't mean we're supposed to put a hate on each other and the reality of it is there. There is no difference in a republican sheriff or democrat sheriff or an independent reshare for a nonpartisan share. If they're doing the job the right way it's just how they get elected and that varies across the nation. But i can tell you. I love all the people. I'm not mad at the crops. You know they you know they do. The wrong thing is just business when lock them up you know so at the end of the day. That's that's what. I think my success historically when you get elected sheriff the first time that's the pinnacle of you popularity and it starts to dwindle over time because after all your deputies are writing tickets arresting people reply being property and putting people out of their homes up. That's not popular thing. But what i'll have found is it's the way you do it and the way you're sensitive and if you have to put somebody out of their home on a quarter try to help them find another place. Compassion has to help but also the press conferences can't hurt helped the media the press conferences and social media helped. Because they see me they see my heart the true me. I like to cut up and laugh and have a good time. I wanna send a message that i'm here to protect you. I'm here to protect everybody. But i'm not putting up with any foolishness. I'm thinking all those to enforce the law. I swore an oath on a bible to uphold the constitution and the laws of the united states and florida. And the most people that end in your community obey the law. And they're the ones we're supposed to pay attention to. They're the ones you know we're supposed to protect and the criminals the thugs you know. They don't wanna go by the law the not jail for rape taxicab to the jail. Scott red blue light. Sola what you said about a couple of minutes ago about like the democrats republicans and stuff. We might clip that down. Because that's the whole point. Hard factor too is. We're not we're not partisan but went instead of cleaning cleaning up the streets. It's with dick jokes insulting people some similar hard factor in the whole county. Sheriff tried not to take it too seriously right in the morning right. Sheriff do you ever give a like they do in the movies. Like when there's a bad guy out there that like the your deputies to collar the ever like slam like an eighteen year old bottle of scotch on the table and be like first person the collar this guy gets this eighteen year. Bounty bounty system for national bounty system thought of that That that may give me a new idea. Usually why wilson guys we need this guy. Jail real betis dangerous. So y'all go home to you find it and usually you know That works because sometimes about two or three days and when they get sleepy they get more determined. Jimmy knapp sheer avendano. What's what's west. Got me thinking about the fugitive. The movie the fugitive great movie. Great movie and i'm thinking about. Is there like any kind of sick detective work. That comes to mind or really interesting clues. That may have solved a crime. When's the last time you arrested a one armed man. Yeah it was. What's the coolest investigation you guys ever went through over there. you know. There's a lot of cool investigations and a lot of them are tied to dna. Now right. which is the last cool. Yeah well the thing about it is. We had a murder that was years old. We knew who did it at the time but we absolutely could not prove it. Because we didn't have dna so years later we were able to submit and this has happened on several occasions. Dna and the labs were able to say. Hey here's the guy who who committed your cry so.
"grady" Discussed on Hard Factor
"Commit crime we'll run through you like sherman through georgia. That's that's amazing. That makes sense. And i love that but i feel like you may be have had to have developed a keener i to to identify a crook because in most states in the union if you see someone with their shirt off right Under the wrong circumstances your antenna immediately go up right but in florida. It's the state of not rocking. Your shirt that's part of the culture down there. So how do you identify crook from just a good time having tourist when you're you're on patrol but one thing that makes all that easy is croat's only have about five brain cells And all of them are never working at the same time you toss him a puzzle saying when you look and you see them you know you know they're morons on method i call them and they're easy to spot and they just do dumb stuff they just dumb stuff. I mean they'll do stuff like still guns and then new cell fees and posted on social media the run-up down here you know it's share of. I'd like to challenge you. What's what's the point of stealing a gun. Yeah world on social media. You know well. Of course i've got this gun. I just got out of new york. I'm in florida vacation. You lebron probation. What can i say and to your credit to. Isn't polk county one of the larger counties in florida it's between like tampa and orlando correct Geographically we're thousand square miles right while populations little over seven hundred thousand and bait and were spread out. You know most people you know they bill from the city centre out ourselves building from the county line in and as a result. We've got huge developments. Spread all over the four corners of this two thousand square miles right. Crime can't escape the i. I'll be driving through a pasco county multiple times fourth of july week. So they've got family and hillsborough a married into hillsborough and pasco county and brother and sister-in-law in orange county. So i'll be back and forth through polk county. Well you'll be safest one you're in polk county because we sure if what is your and that's it that's very interesting. We noticed that polk counties is account. And we don't honestly cover that often unless we're talking about you and how how your administering your special and unique brand of justice but we love your press conferences. We think they're fantastic is era. What's what's the secret sauce. What's your recipe for justice. Would you say and how does that differ from others. Well i think it's following the law. I think it's wanting to keep the community safe. you know. there's not a week goes by. Somebody doesn't tell me that. Hey i moved from new york. I moved from from I guess new jersey connecticut is the one this week. They said we didn't know where we wanted to move. But we looked at the crime rate and we looked at who the sheriff wise. And we'd look at where we thought we'd be safe. And that's why we came to polk county and i think the magic to this as i tell people the truth i say what most people are thinking all the time hand. The reality is if you wanna be a thug in a crook you wanna do stupid stuff and get away with to portland oregon. They seem to like it out there. Speaking your press conferences. I wonder if criminals like ever like are like. Oh shit i got arrested grady judd. Because they get they get really insulted in these press conferences and rightfully so. Do you remember this guy. He's he's a large man to remember this guy he's Here's part of one of the operations. Do for child pornography bust. I think you've done many of them. I forget what it's called but A lot of the child porn guys off the streets here. So here's what's going to. We're gonna. I'm gonna play what you said about. He weighs in at a slim five hundred twenty pounds and he didn't fit in the cars but he does fit in the county jail and we will feed him. Well is f freestyle or broza budget. Or how's he doing. That can eat himself to death. I don't know i don't know where he is. You know when he asks from four chickens for lunch with all that was a little much he he. He's one of the what we call. You're sick puppies series. Sheriff can you get a sound buddy. You think puppies place 'cause lobbies sick puppies grow up. Be sick dogs the end up to be dogs in prison. You know what i'm saying. We is the we'd go after sexual predators online that are trying to attack our children. We go after those that are trying to victimize young ladies and make them victims of human trafficking. We go after drug dealers. We go after gang bangers in trying to shoot up you know kids in neighborhoods at our folks in polk county to like that. They like to know that. In fact i was. I was at an event last night where we're gonna do a press conference about it later on and some of the gang bangers one of the selfie women were at a crime scene. But i think. I'll take pictures with him to the opposite. They wanna get arrested in polk county. It's amazing to me that that i will have people in jail. Tell me. I want my picture away. Now they're inmates in my county jail and i'll tell them it's no problem. You behave when you get out of jail. Come in the front door the office and make an appointment and i'll get my pichu you and they do and i do you know about you know out. I'll give him a pitcher with with whoever wants. My speaking of that sheriff judd plans to run for any type of office besides sheriff in the future Given all this we're talking about. Everybody likes getting their picture. Taken with the and all that Do you have your eyes on any other offices. Well i thought about emperor of the world. Okay you on moscow's that right. He's he's going for it. But i don't have enough money to compete with alon must so nah The truth is i have been offered the opportunity to run for house of representatives to run for the senate. You know what people don't understand is what i really am as a street cop.
"grady" Discussed on Hard Factor
"The special greatest jet interview. They're taking care of the babies but you're about to hear what full hour will full our full. Our great john. He does not disappoint. He's a quote machine interesting fellow he basically was It was like a live press conference just for us. Great job press conference and it was awesome. Yeah so i guess without further do. Here's the grady judd interview. Welcome to the show legendary florida. Sheriff from polk. County grady judd. Thank you sheriff judd for joining us today. We really appreciate you taking the time. Well certainly my honor to be with you today. How are you all doing very great. Pretty get better now have share very very excited. We told you a little bit before we started rolling here but this show has been running for about three years. We've been covering a florida man news every single friday during that time. Needless to say our audience is seen and heard a lot of your work From that time period and for the folks at home Grady judd has worked his way up to this position of sheriff polk county after joining the sheriff's office in nineteen seventy two as their youngest employees of all time if wikipedia is telling the truth. Is that true. sheriff. Yes i was four years old at. That's when you got your first caller. Yes well that's i mean it's impressive talk about florida men and you know all all ranges of florida men on on every friday show and you have you were born in florida. Join the sheriff's office that long ago and the now work your way up to sheriff i mean you. You're you are like the florida man really on. I can't think of many others top that. What's next because we allowed to talk about what you were doing last weekend. Well i i you know i like it when people say nice things about me she on your head were you a dc last week Last week i was in dc. I am the past president of major county sheriff's of america. And we're working on this police reform package we sheriff bob gualtieri and i worked with house speaker sprouse and the to create a state system and now we were there last week meeting with three of our. Us senators. senator troy scott and senator booker. And also lindsey graham senator lindsey graham giving our input because the house version of this police reform was just some rid really crazy off the wall stuff. That's not acceptable Most people i would say ninety nine point nine percent of the cops and certainly not the senate so the is working on the versions because every one agrees that some police agencies in this nation the police before some police agencies are on the cutting edge but unfortunately the media has taken individual bad events or individual bad agencies that don't follow practices best practices and extrapolated that to lead people to believe that all police are bad. All police are violent and and and is just a false narrative also. They're not oh okay so the end of the day. We're trying to push back against that. Say look there's eight hundred thousand cops you know there someplace there. Some agency that recruited the wrong way higher. The wrong way didn't tried Retain their own people when they do something stupid. That's not decorative of all eight hundred thousand of us. Sure it's a big issue in. It's obviously going to take some time to negotiate all that because it's been going on let me ask you. How did you see how big the lifts were and lindsey graham shoes. Does he have like. Did you notice how many inches he was packing. The lifts guy. He was actually sitting down at the time. But stand up. Settle to leave and he won't ever be Nba star pokes that little guy. Well sheriff john one of the Most recent events we covered From your handiwork. Down in polk county was operation Dirty water and so wanted to give you a chance to see. You know your thoughts on that since that's a fresh one An international organized crime ring essentially So wanted to hear you know you you sort of break down how to how do what do you think about that. And are you seeing more crime of that of that style. We talked about it on the show a couple of weeks ago. What do you know the national media wants to ignore. The what i call the ten thousand pound red elephant in the room and that's drug trafficking and drug abuse and what is occurring the border right now contrary to what the politicians tell you is a crisis and let me underscore is a crisis and not only is it a crisis with the people flooding across the border but we know that the organiz drug smugglers are pushing through a group of people and why border patrols tangled up within their driving large amounts of methamphetamine and other drugs across the border. We see fifty million dollars worth of math. That came in liquid form in five gallon buckets across the border and this drug went to atlanta. We were working an undercover operation in central florida. This particular crime group wanted opened up a pipeline into central florida. We work with department of homeland security. Vhs and as a result of that we're able to bust up this operation but that was the mistake coming into paul county a we we were on them like a jcp. The landing spot was was their fatal flaw. Now what are the one of the women was a believe like a resin. Opole county right. They're using her. so what. what was the situation. What was she like living in a normal house but she had like a ten lamborghinis out front like was real. Flashy like you know. It wasn't near that impressive. This lady that delivered the drudge to us the first delivery right she came out of atlanta. She had been released from federal prison for doing a ten year stretch. For what dealing in math like mac at wasn't rehabilitated. I guess she was still on probation delivered. The drives you know. We didn't know who she was.
Seattle arson investigators looking into string of vehicle fires in Renton
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Florida man arrested for hitting officer in head with skateboard
"Florida man authorities picked up Thursday in connection to the writing of the U. S. Capitol is facing four charges, including three felonies. The most serious charge that Grady Owens is facing has to do with assaulting or resisting an officer while using a deadly weapon and inflicting bodily harm. West News reports. Owens, who was a full sail university student, Allegedly hit an officer in the head with a skateboard, causing a concussion. Owens is being held without bond.
2 Central Florida jail employees arrested for illegally giving inmate contraband to distribute
"Have been filed against two former civilian employees at the Polk County Jail in Frost proof, the sheriff's office says Austin Guy and Katherine Krawczynski have been arrested on charges that they conspired with an inmate to bring in contraband, including smokeless tobacco, cigarettes and possibly a cell phone into the jail. Sheriff Grady Judd says this had the potential to develop into a very dangerous situation. When they get these folks on the hook like this. Oh, Herbert, Herbert, people people demanded demanded anything anything he he could could ask ask for for gun. gun. Comes Comes next next knives knives next, next, and and that's that's what's what's dangerous dangerous inmate inmate Herbert Herbert Williams Williams is is accused accused of of selling selling the the contraband. contraband. Other Other jail inmates. The
3 Polk deputies arrested, resign over alleged evidence tampering
"Three. Polk County Sheriff's deputies are facing charges of evidence tampering poke, Sheriff Grady Judd says those deputies stopped a driver on December 21st in winter haven, confiscating drugs and cash. After a day off, they realized the $723 hadn't been placed into evidence. What the three of them talked about on the 23rd is Oh, the money's missing. Judd says The three deputies engaged in a cover up and were found out when the arrestee asked for her money back. They all resigned and the sheriff is reviewing any cases of theirs involving
"grady" Discussed on Stay-At-Home Son
"To you buy it again just to play with the best. That's cool though you could. You can play h. Yeah you can. That's why the same video game but it's cool man like the music industry is something that i'm super passionate about. I find it very cool. One of my best buddy steven. He's actually kind enough to do the mixing. Mastering for the podcast is super through. As you said like say the studio bradstock nicole. It looks like a spaceship as the man. Like i would love to get stephen out there. He's very talented guy. And like that kind of shit. I'm like i'm passionate by association. Like i'm literally just because even as passionate and he like loses it also by so much man like we help juice build some studio even like when he was bill. Now we're helping put an installation. But he like everything's hand soldered. Everything's like the wireless. Lessen the bathrooms in the in the lounge. The kitchen michael everywhere. It's all hands and wired is crazy amount of detail and you'd be surprised even like we. I tuned my drums. Like you'd think like drums through. She's had them. I tune them to the key of the and then we're kind of playing around. Should the obvious it should be see. Should be a d. I didn't know jumps had no re to and i could do die of the drummed as like we spent two days just pre-production pre-production get the drum sounding. How he wants. We've got probably twenty. Mike's running on the drums at any given time years twenty mics. Every every room will have a mike at least bunch of probably three or four front one in every drum every symbol. You might get cool soundmen keys but like just the casket will be like okay. Let's do the kick now. That's like an hour half just me hitting the bistro on to donald semi tone. Let me just fucking do. You know this is funny. It's crazy how deep you could go. Now i'm feeling pretty good about my rig. Got fuck in three weeks three pop filters on the guy this proper guy times like fourteen multi thousand dollar. Mike's and then a few in the bathroom just to pick up like threes. There's has the digital music you can hide. You can tune you can quantify things happened like there's nowhere to hide if i'd fucking missed the middle drum. Which is my biggest struggle. I hit the middle snap time. If i don't have the melt sounds a little bit different. She's notices you. Missed the missed by a little. Bit dot com. He's hitting a looney in the middle.
"grady" Discussed on Stay-At-Home Son
"How the drive to the far from burlington's maybe forty five minutes five out there be there by seven thirty and that just rip it until you felt like you were done until they wanted to essentially what we did the new working on album so we did another five tracks recently. But we're spending more time so there's probably a couple months of same kind of thing where it's just every every day or every couple days are pretty much every day. We're going down now. I'm obviously work from home right so it's a little easier dry from to go straight there so tired after. Yeah i bet you because you run on what like five hours of sleep a night. Maybe four joy charles day off your in their life just going into like tar self and you don't really need the issue we all like to be there to right right like writing the spa at like become these songs and demo everything before we give them juice and they change a lot like he. He's really really picky. So we look. I remember cam when we were recording to thirty four. Which is now. I just listen to it on spotify. Yeah it's like part at the end and he did not probably like forty times in a row to get the right come and they also go and i can't really tell you it's like let's let's give another girl vocals. Yeah he's got he's got a full regiment like he's got certain drinks like brandy concoction of ginger and honey true is go steamer like in the studio is always a steamer while the cords fresh several. Joe i wanna talk with a bit. Because i'm very curious about it. What is the process that you go through when you're making a new track. You mentioned you all we change it on the spot we right on the spot layup guys get in there and just riff and work. What's the process that you follow. There's definitely i'd say almost all of her songs. We right on just acoustic guitar like we were focused on writing. Good songs at the core wants the songs kind of written on the acoustic. Bring the we. We figure out whether it's going to be at acoustic songs are going to be a full band song. Who's gonna play what and jammed that up before we demo everything before we of course we we record it twice essentially so the first ep. What we wanted all my basement. Second ep juices farmhouse where they old studio used to be and even like we. We snuck in the old studio and like saw a bunch of like a big white board of the city color or i guess alexa fire record with like dallas dallas guitar on wade tar. Whatever the accident. it's also they're sitting in there. It's you but yeah so so we demo without out slot time. We did it at the barn. We might everything up. Got got a decent track and then we go in the studio juice. Listen to it at bunch. Before he's got ideas we try to track off the floor which means all everyone's lives room all playing at the same time one take it's tough it's really tough and like you look at the old bands like fleetwood. Mac used to do that. I watched the sound. City documentary ended in the studio for hours on the same.
"grady" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"County Sheriff Grady Should say the criminals ran that scam in 39, Florida County sand and at least 14 states. They would buy a new television. Then they would buy salvage televisions and change the parts. And then they would return the one they just paid cash for. Sheriff Grady Judd says the scam has been running since 2014 getting the suspects. More than $3. Million to known suspects are still wanted in Georgia, Judd says. Others may be on the run, Paul Hartshorn with the Association of Professional Flight Attendant says for years They've got to deal with unruly pets is the aviation industry Cheers a rule change on airplanes banning emotional support. Animals like birds, cats and miniature horses for years have been dealing with untrained, sometimes wild animals in the aircraft cabin Because of these false certifications that passed this have been able to obtain Department of Transportation now defines a service animal as a dog that's trained to perform tasks for the disabled. The rule change was prompted by a spike in travelers using fake Paperwork to avoid paying fees for transporting Pat's Wall Street had a pretty good day today, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average up sharply. 249 points, closing at 30,000 to 18. NASDAQ Up 87 Points S and P 500 Up 32. It's XO. Four more news Coming up at 6 30. Glenn Beck is next. After we check whether I'm a Louis News radio 6 10 w y o d You hear new car hero percentages for up to 84 Month Miami Lakes, Autumn all tied calm. Looking. It's a good weather to begin the weekend, but I think we could have a few thunderstorms around by Sunday with a frontal system approaching South Florida Just a few clouds tonight lows in the upper sixties dry.
"grady" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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"grady" Discussed on KTRH
"Wildcard line. You're on the air. Hello Jacqueline from the wine country. Yes. A couple of things I wanted to tell you why the opportunity of going through KFI road station. The no kidding. Lunch over there, really probably aware though that we I listened to program very early in the morning sunshine show with Jim Grady for to my normal people. And I just happen to anyone people that was talking to him. And so I got invited over there to tour behind something that looks like shit. I couldn't believe all the buttons. And things you have to push to see a everything. Yeah. Got to see the studio there how you know people sitting behind the year that I call it a spaceship running the programs and two other stations that they own to got a tour that. That was fun. I really liked that then I can visualize what you're doing. It's really nice that. They would welcome. You that way? Well question to they did it once in a while. And they're their listeners. You know, that wasn't all the time. They like to question them as to what's wrong with the programs, and what have you in the court, the four of us that went is talking about the programs. We like we talked about you too. And the and how they've messed up dreamland, but they promised us. They would fix it. They did they did they haven't yet. Z radio is a constant change. You know, a programs come in. Then there's baseball's thinking baseball and all the rest of it. And and stations have to I know that wind, but we wanted to program pick. So. Anyway, the other day I called in all good faith. And I if they may not remember, I told you about like time warp that I had that bothered me so much. I do remember. I heard the next day. Some guy called me a dirty name had brain gas. I mean, I listen to these people talk about these big bird chasing them. I never say. That was a joke. Of course, bothers me terribly..