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Jury selection moving slow in Ahmaud Arbery slaying trial

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 12 hrs ago

Jury selection moving slow in Ahmaud Arbery slaying trial

"It's day two of jury selection in the trial of three white men accused of killing a modern are pre a black man in Georgia in February of twenty twenty prosecutors and defense attorneys spent hours yesterday questioning twenty potential jurors out of six hundred one said he was sick of hearing about the case another wondered if she should fear for her safety if picked and the verdict angers people so far eight potential jurors were dismissed meanwhile the judge urged the lawyers to streamline their approach the defense insists Greg McMichael and son Travis along with neighbor William Ronnie Bryant who video the shooting committed no crimes the McMichael say they believed about Arbor was a burglar prosecutors say he was just jogging through the neighborhood I'm Julie Walker

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Texas lawmakers pass new congressional maps that bolster the GOP

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 17 hrs ago

Texas lawmakers pass new congressional maps that bolster the GOP

"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting Texas lawmakers passed new congressional maps bolstering the G. O. P. Republican lawmakers in Texas approved redrawn U. S. house maps Monday overhauling how the Lone Star state's thirty million residents are sorted into political districts and decreasing political representation for minority communities Texas governor Greg Abbott a Republican is expected to sign off on the changes which must reach his desk by Tuesday the Mexican American legal defense and education fund filed the lawsuit even before lawmakers had completed their work the lawsuit alleges Republican mapmakers polluted the political strength of minority voters by not drawing any new districts were Latino residents hold a majority hi

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Gov. Abbott Vaccine Mandate Ban Under Fire

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:11 min | 1 d ago

Gov. Abbott Vaccine Mandate Ban Under Fire

"I want to play for you a clip of Greg Abbott on Fox Sunday with Maria bartiromo yesterday and then get your reaction to it here is governor rabbit of Texas. Well, you make a good point about all the people resigning because that's one of the problems with regard to the supply chain because so many people who are being forced to get a vaccine do not want to do that and they hints they're leaving their jobs. However, to answer your question, clearly, what President Biden is doing is unconstitutional. There is zero authority in the constitution that gives the president or his administration, the authority to mandate anybody taking a vaccine. And that's why we feel very confident. So stop right there, John burch, I agree with this so far as it goes to people not employed by the federal government. Do you agree with this as alliance defending involved in any of the vaccination litigation? Absolutely, we're involved in litigation. And when this executive order comes out, we would very much like to file a couple of lawsuits to challenge it. The federal government is supposed to be one of limited powers. And the states and the local governments are where general police and health and safety regulations should be taking place. And we feel very confident about bringing those arguments to the federal court system.

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Jury selection to start in trial over Ahmaud Arbery's death

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 1 d ago

Jury selection to start in trial over Ahmaud Arbery's death

"Jury selection begins today in the trial of three white men in Georgia charged in the death of a black man jogging in their neighborhood in February of last year hundreds of people were ordered to report for jury duty selection could last two weeks or more father and son Greg and Travis McMichael and their neighbor William Roddy Bryant are charged with murder and other crimes prosecutors say a model every was merely jogging in the defendant's neighborhood just outside the port city of Brunswick defense attorneys insist the three men committed no crimes and thought armory was responsible for break ins Arby's father says he's praying for an impartial jury and a fair trial saying black crime victims too often have been denied justice I'm Julie Walker

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Dak Prescott's heroics bail out Cowboys in OT win over Patriots

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 d ago

Dak Prescott's heroics bail out Cowboys in OT win over Patriots

"Dak Prescott threw a thirty five yard touchdown pass to see the lamb in overtime giving the cowboys a thirty five twenty nine win over the patriots New England lead until Prescott engineered a forty yard drive that ended with Greg's airlines forty nine yard field goal that sent it into overtime the teams traded five scores in the final period three in the last two and a half minutes before Dallas be bill Belichick for the first time in their last six meetings Trayvon digs gave the cowboys a brief lead in the fourth quarter with the seventh interception of the season taking it forty two yards for a score I'm the ferry

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 The Latest: Fauci dismayed by Texas' move to ban mandates

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 d ago

The Latest: Fauci dismayed by Texas' move to ban mandates

"Doctors calling Texas governor Greg Abbott's moves to ban vaccine mandates in his state really unfortunate appearing on fox news Sunday with Chris Wallace Dr Anthony Fauci says governor Greg Abbott's decision to block Texas businesses from requiring employees get vaccinated against covert nineteen could damage public health I can understand perhaps what the governor is trying to do but I think when you're in a public health crisis sometimes unusual situations require unusual actions and in this case it's things like mandating beat a mask or vaccinations the president's chief medical adviser says some sixty six million Americans currently eligible are not vaccinated and that leaves more room for the virus to circulate we're not living in a vacuum as individuals we're living in a society and

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In trial over Arbery death, racial reckoning looms large

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 d ago

In trial over Arbery death, racial reckoning looms large

"Jury selection begins Monday in the trial of three white men charged with killing an unarmed black man in Georgia in February of twenty twenty many see the case as a reckoning for the local justice system amada armory was chased and fatally shot after Greg McMichael and his son Travis saw him running in their neighborhood prosecutors say he was just out jogging they chased him in a pickup truck more than two months passed before the McMichael's ended neighbor William Ronnie Bryant who taped the encounter were charged with the murder for many it's not just the white defendants on trial but rather a justice system that allowed them to remain free for weeks after they pursued and killed a black man I'm Julie Walker

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott Bans 'Any Entity' From Enforcing a COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:48 sec | 6 d ago

Texas Governor Greg Abbott Bans 'Any Entity' From Enforcing a COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate

"Breaking last night, and this is a good thing by him, and I think we've been tough, we've been pretty tough on him. The governor of the state that we're in right now, governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order, saying that no one can mandate vaccines. No one. Executive order. Good for you, governor Abbott. That companies can not and governments can not. Now, that's going to be interesting for Southwest Airlines now, headquartered in the state of Texas. So is American Airlines, right? And AT&T and now Tesla. I would love to see all these liberal companies that are headquartered in Texas. Now pay their employees to go leave the state. Because they are worried that people are not being mandated to take a vaccine that the CDC even says does not prevent you from getting the virus itself.

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Gov. Greg Abbott Bars Vaccine Mandates in Texas

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Gov. Greg Abbott Bars Vaccine Mandates in Texas

"The White House is blasting to GOP governors over their moves to ban coronavirus vaccine mandates on Monday Texas governor Greg Abbott issued an executive order banning any entities from enforcing a vaccine mandate he's urging lawmakers to pass a ban into law like Florida did last month governor Rhonda Santos's government has now issued its first fine to a county for violating the law this is become a political issue White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki agrees putting politics ahead of public health saying both de Santis and Abbott have an obligation to help save their people's lives and their opposition to vaccine mandates does the opposite Sager mag ani

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Governor Greg Abbott Bars Vaccine Mandates in Texas

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:36 sec | Last week

Governor Greg Abbott Bars Vaccine Mandates in Texas

"Texas governor Greg Abbott yesterday issued another executive order cracking down on COVID-19 vaccine mandates. This time banning any Texas entity, including private businesses from requiring vaccinations for employees or customers. Abbott called on the legislature to pass a law with the same effect. I'll bet the Texas legislature will pass it. The American people are not standing for vaccine mandates. In the private sector.

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 Texas governor orders ban on private company vaccine mandate

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | Last week

Texas governor orders ban on private company vaccine mandate

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the governor of Texas prohibits a vaccine mandate by private companies Texas governor Greg Abbott has issued an executive order barring any entity of the state including private businesses from enforcing a covert nineteen vaccine mandate on workers in his order Abbott said no entity in Texas can compel receipt of a covert nineteen vaccine by any individual including an employee or consumer Abbott who was vaccinated that later tested positive for Colby nineteen also said in his order that vaccines are strongly encouraged for those eligible to receive one the

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Joe Biden Won't Recognize Gov. Ron DeSantis or Gov. Greg Abbott Successfully Addressing COVID

Mark Levin

01:46 min | Last week

Joe Biden Won't Recognize Gov. Ron DeSantis or Gov. Greg Abbott Successfully Addressing COVID

"Two names you don't hear coming out of The White House when they discuss the coronavirus right now Two names you don't hear desantis and Abbott Why is that Because the rates of hospitalization as well as the rates of death have dropped significantly And in Florida which are much more familiar with The raid has dropped to among the lowest in the state How come you don't hear that from the big media Now I hope you guys enjoyed spending time with me You know in my view in my view the governor who's done by far the best job in tackling this pandemic Has been Ron DeSantis He's got a very large state significant population It's the third largest state population wise in the country By California Texas It's an extremely diverse state Extremely diverse state It's got so many cities here as Texas stars and as California does But is he's led the ways had a very free state he's had his schools open he has his own scientific and medical experts he studies the data he's every bit as smart if not smarter than all those bureaucrats in Washington starting with Fauci

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A Digital Paradigm Shift Through the Lens of Finance - Greg Cross Co-founder of Soul Machines on Virtual Humans and Interactive Animation - Voicebot Podcast Ep 230 - burst 11

The Voicebot Podcast

05:19 min | Last week

A Digital Paradigm Shift Through the Lens of Finance - Greg Cross Co-founder of Soul Machines on Virtual Humans and Interactive Animation - Voicebot Podcast Ep 230 - burst 11

"I think of banking and finance is a good way includes the will becoming more transactional. Yeah when when. I grew up my mom and dad to go into the bank of reweight. Bank the patriot. Yo by that used to have to go to the bank every week. Get cash Yet this year that's long gone as many generations of technology that that have come along but is the bank managing you every single one of the customers by nice again Over time your so. We go through numerous now to the point where we'll right now and it what's happened in the code will in many parts of the world was young pool with you know seeing some of our big banking clients on a regular devices and people thought that pre cover that they had pretty high penetration rights of iran on smartphones. But guess what they went through the roof last year could banks because all of a sudden the banking completely Spliced retail bank The the the that that evolving competitive sh- paradigm shift between the banks and the digital banks and the traditional banks. We saw we actually is to become a stop become one So net will you. People have stopped yemen. This was something. I your head really thought about to be honest but i still into co own australian bank couple of weeks ago and Cash handling has plummeted one of the big reasons to have a retail retail branch which is cash handling a type of people. Don't wanna handle keishi anymore aside. We've move money as become eletronic Yeah and look. I obviously haven't traveled use the last twelve months. I mean in the in the us. Yo you can't go anywhere without a dollar bill but but literally The amount of cash physical cash in circulation this changing so these signs of some of the macro trends that again to emerge for of banking for retailing The consumer good as we stopped move forward into the future. I think of the rise of e-trade is an interesting example. Here before e-trade came up no one would think about buying stocks without a broker with. They had a personal relationship with charles. Schwab was popular. But you would call somebody place the order for you and what we see now is stock trading. There is no human behind it made if we look. Robin hood is sorta z. A perfect example of the next phase of that but you know obviously two generations past banking since then obviously with the kick in the pants from ed even accelerated that process which has been underway for twenty years. But i think you're drawing an interesting thesis here that every industry is going towards that same evolution. It's just the question is how far behind banking are they. Are they right behind banking and that they're going to this more high transactional relationship versus high relational interaction or are they. Are they a few years. Do they have a little time before. That really takes. Hold look I think every industry is every industry is having to think in in the in the world we live in today is having to figure out how mun digital impacts every aspect of business. Today i mean with me ultimately. We are in enterprise software. We sell solutions to begin prize. But i've got a. I've got a lad sales organization in the us and that that now selling to Yeah the now selling to Your c. level executives in big corporations Your enterprise selling young for my whole career has been about face to face interaction and building a relationship of this was a huge paradigm shift for you know for the industry And even in a business to business sick that the implications of digital the will we live in a having a real life impact on a day-to-day vice already You will learn about the efficiencies of being able to conduct more business. A and more meetings and digitally So y- is actually invading becoming an integral part of your the data. Dave way we would. We can now live Anywhere in the world and do jobs.

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Hail Mary Saints: Winston has 4 TDs, Saints beat Washington

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Hail Mary Saints: Winston has 4 TDs, Saints beat Washington

"Janus Winston threw for two hundred seventy nine yards and four touchdowns as the saints came away with the thirty three twenty two win over the Washington football team Winston connected with Marquez Callaway on to the scores including a hail Mary on the last play of the first half which covered forty nine yards Winston also hit Deonte Harris with a seventy two yard strike Alvin Kamara rushed for seventy one yards and caught a touchdown pass Antonio Gibson scored twice for the football team off Taylor Heinicke was intercepted twice Greg Heister Landover Maryland

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 Judge orders Texas to suspend new law banning most abortions

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | Last week

Judge orders Texas to suspend new law banning most abortions

"A federal judge in Austin Texas orders a state to suspend its controversial abortion law federal district judge Robert Pitman calls a Texas law that bans most abortions in the state an unprecedented statutory scheme to deprive women of their constitutional right to an abortion Bittman adding that the moment the law went into effect last month women were unlawfully prevented from exercising control over their lives the law known as SB eight side by Republican governor Greg Abbott prohibits abortions once cardiac activity is detected which is usually around six weeks before some women even know they're pregnant it also deputise as private citizens to sue abortion providers with the promise of at least ten thousand dollars in damages if successful it's one of several GOP sponsored state laws that are part of the strongest challenge to abortion rights in decades habits

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The School Board Wants You to Think Parental Concern Is Now a Domestic Terror Threat

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:17 min | Last week

The School Board Wants You to Think Parental Concern Is Now a Domestic Terror Threat

"Greg gut failed had a great commentary last night on his show on fox news. Talking about how. Democrats and merrick garland and believe me. Mary garland is an operating in a in a vacuum. This is the by administration directive to criminalise parents who are objecting to curriculum in school. To greg's spot on commentary last night in the memo they decry threats of violence but is it actual terroristic activities or parents trying to get to the bottom of a lousy education. Which in the long run is more of a national threat than china. Russia iran combined but the school board in the law. Want you to think that parental concern is now a domestic terror threat. That's right a mom. Yelling at school. Board members at a public meeting is the same as her donning. an explosive vest blown-up school demanding quality schools is now like crashing. The plane into the pentagon they've taken the most necessary debate. One could have how to teach your kids and recast it as the perfect left wing. Fantasy aerobic educators. Battling a mob of pitchfork wielding. Edens all wearing mom jeans and fanny packs and those are just the

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Russia Has a Larger Surface Area Than Pluto

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:38 sec | 2 weeks ago

Russia Has a Larger Surface Area Than Pluto

"Russia has a larger surface area than pluto. Okay so if you go to russia and you walk over it yeah save your money. Don't go to pluto okay. Because you gonna tell me that. Russia is not considered a planet no and yet and yet it has more surface area. Hey you know it extends over eight time zones it comedy timezones pluto have actually. No one knows actually. That's a very complicated question it's depend on. How fast actually i love. Facts like that. Pluto has the same has less surface area than all of russia. Mother

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Abraham Lincoln Created the Secret Service the Day He Was Shot

The Eric Metaxas Show

00:50 sec | 2 weeks ago

Abraham Lincoln Created the Secret Service the Day He Was Shot

"Did you know that abraham lincoln signed the secret service act in this is into existence on the same day that he died the very same day secret service but when he when he signed it into law it was originally formed. Stop counterfeiters okay. It wasn't about protecting. The president is about going after counterfeiters because that was that was the big deal back in the day. If you're thinking remember gets now. Here's the problem that's supposed to be a fun fact. It's kind of a sad fact. Calvin okay but then how about this. Sign it on the day that he was murdered right. He signed the secret service. people laughing. All across another boils might potato thing is when people say careful after you fall in. They'll say oh careful or watch your step. It's like if you would've told me that. Two seconds earlier i would not have

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"greg i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:11 min | 3 weeks ago

"greg i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Nashville. Okay so twitter kick you off. Badge of honor. Are you on other social media. Because i i'm on rumble on a. I'm on twitter. I'm on sorry parlour getter gab. There's all this stuff out there. Frank speech this program who everyday at three pm eastern on frank speech because we got kicked off of youtube. Are you bothering with that other stuff. What do you think yeah absolutely. We have verified checkmark on just about all those platforms that you just mentioned telegrams rarely growing gator is growing. of course. i'm still on instagram. Ironically enough they've kept me on facebook if three million followers on facebook between two different platforms and so two million. Oh my point. Two million passer. Greg lock and nine hundred thousand at on point with patrick greg locked so they let me say some stuff there but we're growing on on gab rumble. And a of those places. It's just it's absolutely crazy. I'm not on telegram. I gotta get on there and get her. I was just like where do they okay. Where do they get the name. Whenever i see getter i get done I can't help a think that i don't know who came up with that. Or what gator among think. It's just a play on twitter because what happens when you get on. Get her they take a lot of your followers from twitter and they migrate them over to your account to immediately grow your account yali so get. Her is a play on twitter. Gator go on gator. yeah So when i hear that you have three million followers on facebook it really does feel to me like the persecution. The kovic madness the season that we've entered into We all know that. God works all things together for good for those that love him and called according to his purpose and i have seen a lot of good like we were saying. Come out of the madness. the churches waking up And i see people fighting. And i see a lot of people if it hadn't been for the covert lockdowns which were horrific button. It has made people discover folks like you and they go to your online every week. Because they say i wanna get fed by that. Do you have metrics like how many people are following you on the sunday services or whatever. It is a daunting amount. Here's interesting last night. Preached on revelation. Twenty one eight but the fearful and unbelieving. Happy go lucky friendly. But since last night i looked just before we got on the program here. We've had two hundred and fifty seven thousand views on a wednesday night bible study. We carried twelve thousand people consecutively for almost the entire service is unbelievable. The people that are watching us on a regular basis. That's a wednesday night. That is straight up nuts. Can i preach in your church brother. I'm serious like that. That is astonishing. I mean you gotta understand. We're seeing a sea change in our lifetime. If somebody had said five years ago people are going to tend church watching a screen getting teaching from scream. And i don't know that doesn't seem it happened. It was ghost along by the horror insane season in which we live. What that means past. Greg is that an infinity of people are getting solid biblical teaching. Who were not getting this before. They've been driven To you jack cabs. We mentioned the names. That i mentioned ken graves. And i'm just getting to know this handful of pastors and it's so cool to think that you're you're thrilled that you got five eight hundred people in the building last night on a wednesday night but then you tell me you've had two hundred fifty thousand views. I mean it feels like you're you're sanctuary has become like a studio audience. This is pretty. It's astonishing Well look i. I know i'm going to get to your neck of the woods. And i will see you soon. I wanna get before we when we go off the air. Wanna get your address. Copy my new book. Is atheism dead. I'm all hopped up about that. God is doing something as lands on the move. It is just deeply encouraging to know your there. Pass to greg locked out. Bless you thank you. Thank you sir..

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"greg i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

08:18 min | 3 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You go there signed for the newsletter. And then we send these videos to you and you can see for example what we're wearing my goodness. That is a magnificent buff waistcoat. You're wearing greg. Laurie how are you. It's called a jean jacket. Thank you very mud. Buff waistcoat buff waistcoat. We'll wait a minute. What is that The tri corner hat with the cockaded. And the no no. I'm sorry that's wrong year. That's why you need to watch video. Because they would not know this if they had not technically the term for the hat you're wearing i realize is a busby Yes the horse guard at buckingham palace. They were busby's well. Listen gregg your pastor in california your friend of mine so my instinct of course is to joke unto death. So i'm going to try to shut up and be be a normal host you ever in a lot of books So your your pastor but you you write these amazing books. Tell us about the three books you've written and the new one about billy graham. What is this. What are they called the series. What's it called. well we call them basically icons of faith and So basic lamb looking that the lives of interesting people. I didn't set out to write three books on notable people. But it started with steve mcqueen. And i'd always heard them. Mcqueen had become a christian later in his life. But i wasn't sure that was true so it started with the google search steve mcqueen christian and i started finding a lot of information about his life. His passenger was mentioned. So i thought i wonder if this guy leonard dewitt that pastor steve mcqueen is still alive will as it turns out. Leonard was alive and well. In fact i'd met him earlier didn't even realize who he was so starting with leonard. I begin to discovered this incredible story of the legitimate real conversion of mcqueen. Who is at that moment in time. The number one movie star and the world. I mean this would be like if. I don't know who to compared to brad pitt. George clooney are leonardo dicaprio or tom. Cruise came to christ. And and we're talking about it. And so i met steve's widow. She helped me with this story. Details right and so. It became a book. Steve mcqueen this ovation of an american icon also became a documentary film. Then i can johnny cash and people at asked me if you ever wrote another. What would you write it on. I said probably johnny cash. He's such a colorful character. Wait a minute wait a minute. He's not colorful. He's the man in black. He's the until colorful. Did you know coloreds occasionally. But i just wanna tell you since you and i joke so much. I have to tell you this because you weren't there twice. I've interviewed rabbi jonathan. Cahn who always wears black and both times. I have put the question to him. Are you the jewish johnny cash. And the first time he said no and the second time he said. Oh yeah yeah. I am but anyway a lot of people don't know this johnny cash always wore black. That's a whole story to. That's that's another very important book that you wrote. At what point did you decide okay. it's going to be a trilogy. And i'm gonna write about billy graham. When did when did this occur to you. Yeah well and by the way. The johnny cash book is being made into a documentary right now with the erwin brothers are working with a conscious state. Can billion parts with roseanne. He can give me a part in this. Because i'm trying to break in acting. I can play june carter cash as a teenager. You don't think i can do that. You don't think the acting child. I'm gonna make reese witherspoon as a point of reference so you could start there. I think you could be you have to think about that. But anyway it's documentary film so it carlin perkins as a teenager. They go call perkins. And what song did he is. he is known for. Call perkins I don't remember blue suede shoes I was say blue shoes is that that's the one see anyway. So china. okay. So billy graham billy. Sorta like the glue. The two stories because stephen interesting encounter with billy. He didn't know billy but later in his life. After stephen come to christ he found out he had cancer. He was unable to get any kind of treatment. There was nothing they can do from the hospitals here so we actually went for some very an orthodox treatments done in mexico. And he requested that his pastor leonard dewitt would try to get hold of billy. Graham khazei would like to meet billy. Billy very gracious took time out of his schedule. Met steve on the tarmac whereas jet was to take him to mexico they had prayer together. And then steve misplaced as bible and billy gave his divas personal bible which steve took with him. The surgery was successful but unfortunately he died in recovery and they came into the recovery room and steve was holding the bible. Billy gave him in the last words. Steve said to billy were. I'll see you in heaven. And of course billy was a good friend of johnny cash The would vacation together. They fish together their wives or friends. And johnny play a lot of billy's crusade. So i thought he's the glue in the story and to me. He's kind of the coolest of all of them. If i can use that word. Steve was the king of call as he was called. Johnny was called the godfather of but billion my estimation was the coolest of them all because of the impact. He had on men like that but people around the world some well-known some unknown We have to think of what You said that you said steve was the was the what of cool the king of the king of cool and and johnny cash was what the god cool so what would be the preecha of cool. How would you say he would be. Maybe the coolest of the cool the and because to me cool is justified this authenticity. Its unique. You know you're a trailblazer. You're a groundbreaker. You're someone that thinks outside of the lines that people think in new are willing to take risks and you're your own person. You don't follow culture. You try to influence culture. So i think billy was. All of those. Things are more because he. He was so innovative. You know when we think ability think of the older elder statesman lion in winter version of graham. That could be carved into mount rushmore. But i spent a lot of time exploring the young brash fun-loving innovative billy who did so many things before anybody else did them. He was the kingdom media. Long before howard stern claimed the title. Of course you're the king of all media now erin but thank you for eric. There was really hard to believe that anybody could could go before me really. It's an amazing thing but listen you know we. We haven't said it. I don't know if you've mentioned it. You were friends with billy graham. You knew him for quite some time. when did you first meet billy graham and do you write about this in the i mean. Is it kind of a personal book. It is to tell the story. We did a lot of research and tell you a lot more about the younger billy graham. I didn't feel. I needed to write the definitive biography on graham because so many have been written. So it's my personal story. It's called billy graham. The man i knew so. We've my personal stories into it. How we influence me things he said to me in private and then things that i observed you know. It's a book about an evangelist written by an evangelist. Or i think it's unique. In that regard. I building for the first time briefly in the mid seventy s that i got to know him on the late eighties and then our friendship develop in the ninety s when he asked me to be on the board of the billy graham evangelistic association which had been on that board for over twenty five years but he has to help them with research for his sermons..

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"greg i" Discussed on Confronting: O.J. Simpson

Confronting: O.J. Simpson

05:53 min | 4 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on Confronting: O.J. Simpson

"Nothing less than perfection. And this was the first time. That didn't have all the answers but he also didn't necessarily know who he could talk to openly without any kind.

"greg i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:16 min | 4 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"It's almost as if greg greg alice's our guest. The book has the respondent It's almost as if we we can't be reasonable we have to lurch from inactivity to over activity. I'll give you a one. That doesn't get talked about as much anymore. But years ago there was a problem in america with people getting behind the wheel so drunk they were passing out while driving and the numbers were staggering. How many people would be killed by these people who were so drunk that they were killing others not as often themselves because oddly enough you often survived driving. If you're drunk but killing people so mothers against drunk driving goes on this big push and they get the judges to start throwing the book at him and then it became the case that if you practically have a drink you're getting a dwi and even the form. The founder of mad has now come out and said we went too far. We're criminalizing too. Many people who are not drunk they're blowing hot but hot is too low a number so again it's just this over this pendulum swinging with these overreactions. When a justice system should be able to look at each case individually and as you said women are not all good or bad and men are not all good or bad and we can do better you. You talked about mass entity and and that some of what you're talking about with men in the family court system is a sort of anti masculinity. I truly believe there are some people who don't see a role for the man in the household And you see it you see it publicly you see some people particularly angry women. Maybe they had a bad relationship. May maybe they don't like men whatever their issue and they have this sort of anti man mentality. Well that's not healthy either. And i think i think that is probably more widespread than we would expect. I'm not saying that's ninety percent of people. It may be eight percent. You thought it was four. Yeah second back from moment to what you said about a police. Being lawrence wasn't being called they used to have discretion To make judgment calls With domestic violence calls and now they don't have discretion someone must be removed from the home and that's more often than not the father and the mother or the male and female and You know when you talk about Masculinity look with men fathers boys and miles bombarded by messages recently about the deeply corrosive effects of toxic masculinity confronted with institutions now psychologically conditioned to think that masculinity the very idea of man is toxic that men's kindness is extinct. Chivalry the bike on notion and You know we we need that. The the stoic physical traditional masculine up poetic mail in our society who will fight the wars. Who do the hard labor. It's not. it's not a misogynistic of me to suggest that. If i'm in a burning building i want the strongest person The bravest person in that moment to rush in and save me I don't care The race nationality. Seventy s Religion of that individual I want the most qualified pilot to land the plane if if there's a problem So you know this is. This is part of what we're facing right now with with masculinity with these messages and it's particularly. I think i'm taking me about what what was what was things while younger generation of boys and young men what they are thinking You know the devaluation of the male It's it's really not a good thing To be propagating that kinda nonsense and confessed. The i don't think the The argument to demonizing know. We're gonna have a conversation about toxic masculinity well. She talks seven minutes It's not quality If we're gonna be cussing lewis like present biden on his first date executive order on on gender equality since you know equality for all peoples. It should have been a period after that. But he didn't. It was dash particularly women and girls. The domestic violence bill in the uk was going to the house of parliament and lewis was a domestic violence. Bill women and girls. Well that's that's the suggests that boys and men recon victims of domestic violence. Will that that bill and not law has no protection for baby boys for teenage boys for Homosexual boys and men for non non binding. I mean it when it's preposterous upside-down down michael way Those who are purporting to be the good people want equality. I really don't understand the difference between equality of outcome and equality of opportunity. Promised my producer. I wouldn't go completely fan boy about what i'm about to ask you. I did wait until the very end. So as not to distract you from the purpose of a very serious book and a serious issue. But i was something of a dexter. Fan boy Par excellence extraordinaire played. Jonathan farrow. i think it was season for You're the only person to my knowledge that is considered innocent although the characteristic is a rapist but but he didn't commit the murder dextra thought he did. Could i just have sixty to ninety seconds or however long you feel comfortable talking about what it was like being on that show because i loved great. just it it's coming back I was just talking with the director this morning. Friend of mine clancy brown on the combination of textile Yeah it was a wonderful experience You know. I don't recommend being naked and Having your head chopped off by michael cole Yeah i had no. I had this idea of the cult following and successive to show. When i was asked to do it and that was really interesting to play him. I play an instrument. I believe the only innocent victims of the crime that killed before. I'll kill my character for. I should say Yeah great experience Good cat was that because it's pretty. It's pretty pretty dark subjects right. What was that subject light. Because you know he he's to to cast members playing brother and sister and they're married in pretty intense relationship. Then i think they're separated as the film's going on had to create a a pretty fascinating environment. Yeah it was. I remember from a number moments. I'd say of of of light hearted banter and I remember one one particular definitive moment. If you will was I was. I was in my trailer rehearsing my next scene. Which was the scene where i was going to be naked laying on a slab pleading for my life and The the door of my trust when open and john. Let's go worked in ohio. I'm in the trailer or signs like robot. 'cause i m still racing. We sat down at a cup of tea and just chatted for a while and You know and then we're on set And i'm getting my head chopped off by michael c whole You know that's gone positive. It's pretty heady stuff pun. Intended right dr. Good but greg i gotta say my. Take away from that story. Is that if if john lithgow does a trailer could be confused by him for yours. Then you either had a really nice trailer or you're pretty well respected in that cast. Because that's a superstar I think the is look the same. I mean many of them. Are you know the white and You know looking his lines and then sees the door and they're next to each other. I'm looking forward to reading the book. It will be out the twenty ninth you can pre-order it. Now it's called the respondent and i'll send you an email with my personal review. Thank you for your time sir. Appreciate keep very welcome. My.

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"greg i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

09:49 min | 4 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"And how family courts as he says are not fair. We talked about that. Now greg you're not just a man being brought into the court system who granted in a domestic case like this. Her family case is generally going to get short shrift. I mean you're what we on. This side would call lieutenant commander groves from pirates of the caribbean side. You'd say left tenant commander groves in parts of the care being your buddies with johnny depp. You're you're you know you're in twenty four. You're you're a famous actor. You're telling me that despite all of that you were still given short shrift and a lack of justice. Despite the celebrity i mean. Oj simpson's walking free. Not because he's black or white but because he was famous right. You're a celebrity so if it was that bad for you. How bad is it for the average dude. Oh it's horrific and this. Is you know what i mentioned in the book. And this is part of the reason. I wrote it. If it can happen to johnny depp. And it didn't she thousand sixteen. He became the respondent. Which is the name given to defendant if you will in family law if someone files they are the plaintiff or petitioner and it's The other party the respondent sometime in two thousand six. It's happened to brad pitt recently. so is it can happen to handle that can happen to me. It can and it does and it has been happening just so many fathers and like i say mothers to but predominantly fathers in family law. How are we going to have a sovereign state. If there's no fathers last that's a pretty deep question talk about your relationship with your children throughout this process because that that's the real loser out of this is these parental relationships father's relationships with their kids. Yeah can you know being removed. I i. I was so heavily. Involved in present in my son's lives I cut that both term courts. I was that You know the volunteer both at schools. I I coached him soccer baseball. I woke up in the morning. I read them to sleep at night. I was that daddy was you know it was a great father and to be removed from their lives and more importantly for them to have a father a neutral ni- lives at such a tender age. Is that psychology is a growing in that learning a lot of lessons and they need that slot Mentorship of bad connections at that and not trust and safety and security of devastating to them And devastating to me and for me And look my. My story is just one of many it's a cushion. We tell you know the respondent but it's the highlight. What's going on in in families. you know. The the book is part memoir part meditation and pump manifesto and portrait of when i believe is the most misunderstood aspect of american. The american legal system It's pond guidebook. Hopefully an indispensable read For parents mothers and fathers enjoying the grief over living greece of child separation. But anyone interested in learning about the the overreach. An unrelenting brutality. Family looks It's a true story. You know Family breakdown i think is the single greatest threat to american society every day single day. More than four thousand children news apparent because of our archaic and inhumane family court system think about that full thousand children and the effects on Collective community mental health Particularly man's mental health is very disturbing particularly the time where we're told to socially distance. We shouldn't be told to socially distance. We should be socially connected physical distancing. Yeah socially connected absolutely and with social isolation and what happened with kobe. It it's no wonder that even before this every day ten divorced meant to their own lives and now one in three children in our country without their father and those numbers are increasing. Why is the world leader in so many great things. but it's the world leader in single parent families. We have a fob thoughtless Crisis on our hands and deprived beliefs and When we have a state sanctioned in a legal system that the perpetrates this because it's a sixty billion dollars a year. I call it. The american devos machine It doesn't stick a see prem- core it's needlessly adversary promotes uncivil war The unwitting participants powerless to stop. And you know it's the one area of our legal system. Wide justice is not blind quotes. Presiding the divorce and child custody not neutral and abuse of power shielded by judicial immunity. A not often checked. No one is held accountable so in my book. I'm doing many things. But one thing i'm trying to do is exposed this state sanctioned on the getting children you've used the term american to narrow the scope of what you were talking about. Is this not an international problem If across the atlantic assistant is this a british problem. Do we see this elsewhere. To what extent do inkling american. Well you know. I live in america. I'm an american citizen I love america. I'm a patriot. I have this book. Land of the free and the home of the brave is giving me many opportunities and You know i will. I will stand up and speak to the many positive aspects of america But yes it's happening in the uk it's happening in europe is happening in Canada south this is an issue that has been. I was unaware until it happens. A may But it's been it's been going on for decades now and You know too too often. I think We we we these tools. That are built I in the legal system that they become weaponized. You know shields for women Which you know women need protection. They need to A a wonderful mothers and women need to have protection from the lower. Domestic violence is very serious Should be tried in criminal right now. It's not trying to chronicle is tried in the quasi-kangaroo towards Family law We think it would be better. I tried in criminal court. Yes absolutely well. Violence is very serious. I mean you know particularly domestic violence and it should be tried in criminal. The irony is of course you know. I spoke to father you twenty something years ago. We're sitting before a judge and family law accused falsely accused domestic violence and he lifted attends up with his wrists. You please instruct the bailiff to arrest me i i if. I'm to be accused of a criminal offense. I should be arrested. And of course what he was doing. Ironically saying i'll get more rights on the rest of the criminal. I got my miranda rights. I get to speak to an attorney all of that which we give to pedophiles. Terrorists rapists murderers. We don't give to families and parents and by facto children So absolutely honest very serious in you know these the false allegations Which i call it. The silver bullets i mentioned in my book the silver bullets of high conflict divorce and the magic ballistics of family law They are being used and weaponized by by nefarious. People The attorneys The judges who used to be attorneys to basically churn and propagate the acrimony and keep it going and the video tape that that's the most disturbing thing people were thrust into the coldness of family. It becomes this inescapable unrelenting trauma Where the attorneys. Hold all the concert. Because there's no there's no guilt or innocence it's just This kind of middle ground is Guilty to create more guilty similar to. What's going on in council coach it right now. Greg ellis has written a book called the responded about when men are called into court by woman with whom they share children and he says the system is a cartel stacked against men. We'll talk more about that coming up the only way to social distance. You're quarantining with the michael berry. Show we ourselves because his dad life. Check me gestation glasses. Don't care what the masses thinking about. Sweet goatee rockin. Mcdonagh's with the crease got that saint. John's bay and got dozens of dollars. And that's why it goes straight to mao uber cook. Dan make imagine what the is italian in the yard with a sixty inch cut. Turn radius my neighbor. Say what they'd be driving by people the landscape greens got nothing on my manscaping. Hydrangea going. great mode. Without that. a we'd skew. The book is the respondent by greg. Ellis is.

"greg i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

08:27 min | 4 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Man being brought into the court system who granted in a domestic case like this. Her family case is generally going to get short shrift. I mean you're what we on. This side would call lieutenant commander groves from pirates of the caribbean side. You'd say left tenant commander groves in parts of the care being your buddies with johnny depp. You're you're you know you're in twenty four. You're you're a famous actor. You're telling me that despite all of that you were still given short shrift and a lack of justice. Despite the celebrity i mean. Oj simpson's walking free. Not because he's black or white but because he was famous right. You're a celebrity so if it was that bad for you. How bad is it for the average dude. Oh it's horrific and this. Is you know what i mentioned in the book. And this is part of the reason. I wrote it. If it can happen to johnny depp. And it didn't she thousand sixteen. He became the respondent. Which is the name given to defendant if you will in family law if someone files they are the plaintiff or petitioner and it's The other party the respondent sometime in two thousand six. It's happened to brad pitt recently. so is it can happen to handle that can happen to me. It can and it does and it has been happening just so many fathers and like i say mothers to but predominantly fathers in family law. How are we going to have a sovereign state. If there's no fathers last that's a pretty deep question talk about your relationship with your children throughout this process because that that's the real loser out of this is these parental relationships father's relationships with their kids. Yeah can you know being removed. I i. I was so heavily. Involved in present in my son's lives I cut that both term courts. I was that You know the volunteer both at schools. I I coached him soccer baseball. I woke up in the morning. I read them to sleep at night. I was that daddy was you know it was a great father and to be removed from their lives and more importantly for them to have a father a neutral ni- lives at such a tender age. Is that psychology is a growing in that learning a lot of lessons and they need that slot Mentorship of bad connections at that and not trust and safety and security of devastating to them And devastating to me and for me And look my. My story is just one of many it's a cushion. We tell you know the respondent but it's the highlight. What's going on in in families. you know. The the book is part memoir part meditation and pump manifesto and portrait of when i believe is the most misunderstood aspect of american. The american legal system It's pond guidebook. Hopefully an indispensable read For parents mothers and fathers enjoying the grief over living greece of child separation. But anyone interested in learning about the the overreach. An unrelenting brutality. Family looks It's a true story. You know Family breakdown i think is the single greatest threat to american society every day single day. More than four thousand children news apparent because of our archaic and inhumane family court system think about that full thousand children and the effects on Collective community mental health Particularly man's mental health is very disturbing particularly the time where we're told to socially distance. We shouldn't be told to socially distance. We should be socially connected physical distancing. Yeah socially connected absolutely and with social isolation and what happened with kobe. It it's no wonder that even before this every day ten divorced meant to their own lives and now one in three children in our country without their father and those numbers are increasing. Why is the world leader in so many great things. but it's the world leader in single parent families. We have a fob thoughtless Crisis on our hands and deprived beliefs and When we have a state sanctioned in a legal system that the perpetrates this because it's a sixty billion dollars a year. I call it. The american devos machine It doesn't stick a see prem- core it's needlessly adversary promotes uncivil war The unwitting participants powerless to stop. And you know it's the one area of our legal system. Wide justice is not blind quotes. Presiding the divorce and child custody not neutral and abuse of power shielded by judicial immunity. A not often checked. No one is held accountable so in my book. I'm doing many things. But one thing i'm trying to do is exposed this state sanctioned on the getting children you've used the term american to narrow the scope of what you were talking about. Is this not an international problem If across the atlantic assistant is this a british problem. Do we see this elsewhere. To what extent do inkling american. Well you know. I live in america. I'm an american citizen I love america. I'm a patriot. I have this book. Land of the free and the home of the brave is giving me many opportunities and You know i will. I will stand up and speak to the many positive aspects of america But yes it's happening in the uk it's happening in europe is happening in Canada south this is an issue that has been. I was unaware until it happens. A may But it's been it's been going on for decades now and You know too too often. I think We we we these tools. That are built I in the legal system that they become weaponized. You know shields for women Which you know women need protection. They need to A a wonderful mothers and women need to have protection from the lower. Domestic violence is very serious Should be tried in criminal right now. It's not trying to chronicle is tried in the quasi-kangaroo towards Family law We think it would be better. I tried in criminal court. Yes absolutely well. Violence is very serious. I mean you know particularly domestic violence and it should be tried in criminal. The irony is of course you know. I spoke to father you twenty something years ago. We're sitting before a judge and family law accused falsely accused domestic violence and he lifted attends up with his wrists. You please instruct the bailiff to arrest me i i if. I'm to be accused of a criminal offense. I should be arrested. And of course what he was doing. Ironically saying i'll get more rights on the rest of the criminal. I got my miranda rights. I get to speak to an attorney all of that which we give to pedophiles. Terrorists rapists murderers. We don't give to families and parents and by facto children So absolutely honest very serious in you know these the false allegations Which i call it. The silver bullets i mentioned in my book the silver bullets of high conflict divorce and the magic ballistics of family law They are being used and weaponized by by nefarious. People The attorneys The judges who used to be attorneys to basically churn and propagate the acrimony and keep it going and the video tape that that's the most disturbing thing people were thrust into the coldness of family. It becomes this inescapable unrelenting trauma Where the attorneys. Hold all the concert. Because there's no there's no guilt or innocence it's just This kind of middle ground is Guilty to create more guilty similar to. What's going on in council coach it right now. Greg ellis has written a book called the responded about when men are called into court by woman with whom they share children and he says the system is a cartel stacked.

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"greg i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:52 min | 4 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks. I'm talking to pastor greg lock. The book is weapons of our unleashing. The power of the armor of god. It's kind of like a how to isn't it because a lot of people they they have this head knowledge to say but they don't know that they have to walk in it. It just breaks it down like a manual just chapter by chapter or but we're and i think it can be very helpful. It's already been super help of everybody in our church. That's about it. they love it. Well let me ask you if people wanna find your church online where do they go The biggest thing to do is go to pastor. Greg lock on facebook. The blue checkmark come up okay. They'll be able to us. They're also in youtube. If they google's that'd be a lot of unsavory things from cnn but they can find us. They're beautiful and cnn's attack new year over the target. Well i wanna talk to you about your growing up. Because we didn't we didn't get there. I mean what kind of a home did you grow up in. And what happened to lead you to become. The evangelist became and that kind of thing well. My father was in the tennessee state penitentiary for about the first nine. Ten years of my life. So i had to rebuild a relationship with him and didn't know him growing up and have done that he's been saved baptize. Love the lord and a struggle with cancer right now but my mom remarried a gentleman. My stepfather that still to this day. We have very little if any relationship. I'm forty five years old. I could tell you the very place. I was the very close i was wearing. I could tell you that. The spot where i was standing the one and only time in my whole life that he ever told me he me. I was just longing for that acceptance. And so i was really reaching out into a lot of juvenile delinquencies and so i was arrested six times on probation five times and finally get shipped to an orphanage and so i lived in a boys home for four years from sixteen to nineteen only about forty miles from where i live now and so i came to christ. There was a preacher. Dave been walked louisiana evangelist and he was preaching one night and the children's home had taken to a revival meeting on friday. I got mad on saturday. I went back. And i got saved and that was in nineteen ninety-two april seventeenth. Twenty nine years ago and within weeks god began to work on a heart to preach. I was so nervous. I didn't wanna. I don't wanna tell anybody and so i went to summer. Camp surrendered that year and in november of nineteen ninety-two. I started preaching the gospel and went off to seminary in north. Carolina traveled as an evangelist. And like i said fifteen years ago. Started the church when i was thirty. This is so exciting. Because he what god can do in a life. Yes i mean most people would say oh with that kind of a background. Your mind. you're going. You're in and out of jail. You're in and out of this. Forget it that guy is gonna have a tough life. Not according to god. I mean that is increasingly. Isn't amazing. And what i what i always find interesting too is that you know the very things that the devil will use in our personality once god gets a whole of that fire that You know it's almost kind of funny. Because if you're subversive your nature you're kind of like the devil can use it or god can use it and now god is using it. You're born with the same gifts of the devil. Can pervert it but once you get the holy spirit could use it right so the fire you have and the mischief. That's the god's misuse god's miss said and it's a beautiful thing and i think all the people may be listening right now who knows somebody who's really troubled and maybe we don't say enough on this program Jesus really is the answer People have a lot of trouble in their lives and they think that that's for them somehow. They're afraid of it. They don't want to be like those religious people they know maybe these have met the right religious people. Yeah well the problem. Is i think it is religious people and we're talking about a of viable real relationship with jesus christ who is not just a way to heaven. He's the one and only way to heaven and gives life and life more abundantly and piece that passes all understanding and all these verses that we know. It's beautiful when you finally surrender your life to christ old things are passed away off things become new and you know people need to know that and repeat that just as you did. I mean to understand that. it's not incremental. it's not like wow. I'm not feeling well and just makes me feel better. No no no no. You're dead you. you're a corpse. And jesus makes you alive and you need to train your mind to understand. That is. That is what the bible says. Yes now you can walk in half measures so you can walk in what it says but it says that and your your life is proof of that to go from where you were to wear. God brought you that. That's not normal. And the tagline for our churches were broken. People finding means your life and we'll reach and broken people literally by the hundreds because we're all broken right raw broken. Somebody said the only reason. The pope thinks he's perfect. 'cause he's not married. If you ever get married. His wife indifferent we all have seen. We all have problems. That's normal this pope. I still think you no it is. It is beautiful lena. So your church is mount juliet tennessee. Just outside of nashville. And so we like. Where's that near franklin seven miles straight east of the airport yet rate east to the airport too easy in a flying there for church on. No that's it's a it's a wonderful thing. Now when you say that you refuse to shut down when during the lockdown and that kind of stuff i mean i would think tennessee would have been one of the least ugly states to be in because you have a pretty good governor but you still had a lot of pushback probably the first couple of months. There wasn't a service that went by that. The sheriff people didn't show up but they love my videos. We backed up with. We're not going to pass a lot. we get it. It's nonsense but they keep calling so once once. I didn't go to jail once. They didn't shut us down then. The state started showing up. The county started showing up this. They try to violate us on all different types of ordinances. And you know things like that. They've tried to get us on a on a faulty sewer permit just to shut us down. Then the neighbors got together pulled money together. Bought the land next to us because we were buying it so that we couldn't expand and the lord ended up turning all of that around and the other neighbor rented us the land behind us and so now we have it for parking..

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"greg i" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

06:03 min | 4 months ago

"greg i" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Yet i would think that you have a boss who loves new technology loves new experiences whatever he can do to connect you know where a lot of people like that martin invader you know he wants. He wants to be best in class. he wants to. You know you must be the first to come out with new products. New ideas new thoughts. That's just julia. I've been so lucky. Agus it's like phil knight. Mother phenomenal mark is a phenomenal innovated. Neither i think they just think they think in the different planet in which is really really amazing and then we got to see you who just phenomenal do and sent marshall. And but she has done since her arrival Three and a half years ago. We just just a great organization with really great people. Yeah while what of mazing career you've had you have a book coming out Tell me the name of the book again. The ultimate assist the ultimate. Yeah you can Will launch it will be released. Probably sometime in early Early july and right now in the hands of designer some this week for design and to come back with all his nine. Yeah now you tell the designer what you like and what you don't stop all the apparel. Well i mean. I don't think we have enough time to go over everything. I think we get as fast as we could today. Greg and You know you just have an amazing career. And i'm sure that that mark hired you. Because he found out from phil from howard from the guys at the everybody that you know like they said they know about you. They know that the kind of person they're getting. Because i can just tell from talking and we didn't get to talk about your your your daughters in their careers alike. It's this has to be great and you gotta have a smile on your face every day when you wake up. Yeah i'm super super blessed gusts really appreciate dead in you know Everyday enjoy what do passionate about. What i do and i was who You know i have one daughter who's married in the sistan coach recruiting coordinator at the university of oregon at another one. Please professional basketball. So just you know it's it's it's still in a dream. Yeah yeah what a birthday. It's going to be back. Yeah so it's it's amazing. I appreciate you I hope we can stay in touch. Because there's some things. I have coming up with the nfl alumni. That would love to talk to you about going out the high school kids all over the country And i think that. I've been dying to try and get the nba involved a march. Two stuff back here. In pittsburgh that i know of with the with readiness institute and penn state university so it there's a lot of connections greg but For you to come on my show. I really appreciate it You know. obviously you're amazing person because those people that you've been with to have faith an put their Time and effort into you tells me what kind of person you are because you're not gonna be around those people if they don't trust you and they don't know what kind of character you have so this little farm guy from wilmington has really made a big. So it's it's awesome and at that goes doesn't matter where you're from you put in hard work. It's going to happen. that's right. That's part of one of my core. Values is this hard work in growth growth mindset. We'll tell tower. They can find you and how they can follow you. Yeah he again for the book if you get a great dot com and you can get updates on the book Linked in you can finally linked in social media platforms. I'm on instagram on twitter at facebook. i'll accept. You come enjoy awesome. Awesome when i look or to the mavs. Gone a long way to these playoffs. Well thank you. So do i in in Hope that's the case. Gus thanks for having me on here. I really appreciate. There's no you do. That was great meeting you too. And and i appreciate you joining me on how to up with gus everyone. That's another show. What a great talk. We had today with greg yard. You know happy birthday. Greg and so i wanna thank sixteen thirty one digital news dot com for for hosting us and also sounder fm for hosting us on their podcast platform. And also remember go to manscaping dot com put in my coat gusts farrah all caps and get twenty percent off and free shipping. So everyone have a great day and thank you again greg. Thank you a wrap sports for joining in the fun studios for number featuring fifteen year. Nfl quarterback just potluck what is probably produced by sixteen thirty one digital media and is available. Finally your kitchen needs this memorial day at lowe's get our exclusive four size high sense french door refrigerator. 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"greg i" Discussed on Pool Pro Podcast

Pool Pro Podcast

04:07 min | 1 year ago

"greg i" Discussed on Pool Pro Podcast

"Greg has a website called Greg knows water dot com where he has a lot of blogs and of information resources there. So if you have an additional interest just learning about water water quality in general outside of the pool industry or within he has lots of blogs and articles out there on his website that you can access and read, and I think that's the whole point of of you listening to this podcast is that you're obviously already interested in learning because otherwise you wouldn't be listening in the first place. Maybe that's a good place for you to get some additional information. That's how we found in and we're is yes. I don't know where I saw your article from two thousand sixteen that was W. C.. P.. But I don't know how I came across said Greg I'm not exactly sure. But I i. read it and I sent it to David like we should get this guy on the podcast he goes. Yes please do. Interestingly enough. Ozone is one of my specialties and so there's a few articles out there a lot of interviews. Unfortunately. One of those articles being quoted a lot by a certain ozone manufacturer who sells in California to prove on saw rate is my head to have a word with them because they were. Taking a lot out of context and promoting their product at the expense of science and that's at the end of the day my intent tears reading simple I want everybody to be smart. I want everyone to know how to do the. Job Right. How to make sure they're protecting their customer and how to protect themselves from live. Not, promoting one product over another right. You can spend anything depending on the store you WanNa tell seconds so be careful and I say that in all areas. Not, GONNA get involved in anything other conversations. But in all areas, you can spend anything in the way you want to depending on what story you're trying to tell. Running on.

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"greg i" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

WhyWeWork BrianVee

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"greg i" Discussed on WhyWeWork BrianVee

"Areas Affected Hawaii. But I? I would put my character as a greater influence on my career. It's In, that's a better way of looking at it and I. Don't there's people that are shaped by their career, which probably would be detrimental to their character in most instances. If they're fully. Shaped by what it is, they're doing and then they are disheartened because they are their work opposed to influencing their work for something better, and it's something about you I, we've known each other for twenty. Thirty almost twenty five years. I, guess. is about you is that you are consistently kind I couldn't say anything. Against your character and I, felt that you always from. I guess to be honest what little we know of each other in the period of time we knew each other is that you are consistently kind in that. You did value me despite my. Views right or eroneous ways. For that I appreciate what you're saying is absolutely true of when I know of you. I appreciate your kind words to it's it is true Greg I have one final question for you. Young men, Clara? Why do you work? Okay. So this is your question that I've really cheated on. I haven't scripted an answer but I. But I have an answer. I think we all work for the future I think we're working. Yes. We're working for financial gain. But it's for the future whether it's the put food on our tables the next day or whether it's the by the new toy, the one you know you or your child want or whether it's. Putting money away for. Your child's education down the road or your retirement or whatever I think we all work for the future and? Lots occurs could say it but also as a teacher in that capacity, you're working for the future in a much greater sense socially. So. I hope I don't lose points for cheating bought. As I listened to your show that's what struck me as I think we worked for the future. Not Working, for the past will it's it's a great point and you're the first one to say it. The way you have. But this is what I want listeners especially younger people it's for your future and when you're younger, not all maybe not you you're not thinking that the future is so long or all the things that you have to do for your future. Many kids think about now. Or younger people think about now and maybe tomorrow or next week or next year. But not okay when I lose my my mom or my dad how how you know who's GonNa pay for that or when I retire how's that going to be paid for in thinking more in just reminding people It's for your future and I don't think that's cheating at all. Thanks..

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"greg i" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"greg i" Discussed on Ag Sales Professional's Podcast by Greg Martinelli

"Self help you convince customers to buy however just like fertilizer too much of a good thing can actually be a bad thing. When coaching. So on this stage, it's critical that they understand they still need to improve. They still need to continue their competency training. Technical information is changing and ever faster rate while selling skills remain fairly constant practicing and training them helps us continue to hone them especially as the changes came along with the Kobe pandemic and everything in the selling world changed a little bit sales people in this stage and say, Hey, Greg I've been at this for twenty years I think I figured out hat sell hopefully they realize there's always room for improvement even the greatest players have coaches. And continue to practice. So keep learning, keep an open mind when it comes to your skills and knowledge as best you can balance between confidence and arrogance with the last quadrant and that is when you become unconscious competent. What does that mean like any skill which you repeat over and over your mind stops Lincoln about it it's like we're on autopilot literally think about driving a car we switch lanes, turn on, blinkers drive to and from work each day and never really think about in sales we ask questions solve customer problems or give a sales presentation as if on autopilot. Our thought process is been there done that and forgot more than most people will ever learn about. One of US methods for helping someone in this stage is feedback. It might be the former coaching assessments or surveys. Obviously, I'm a big Fan of coaching as it's one of the most effective and intense ways to improve salesperson's performance. When they're in the stage business coaching has two primary components, reflection and accountability. Our role as a coach is to hold up the mirror and allow the person to see themselves. Then we'd just hold them accountable to their improvement plan. That's why it worked. So well for the unconscious happen it salesperson they know how but have slipped into autopilot mode coaching brings these skills back into their conscious world. So they are aware of them. Again, the one skill that I see most frequently lost in this stage is asking good questions. The salesperson feels like they've seen it all and there's no need to dig very deep to save time and be more efficient. They make assumptions they think to the cells I. A fifteen hundred acre growers split between corn and beans. Maybe a little bit of week I've sold to hundreds of producers like this. Here's what they need. The salesperson goes directly into presentation mode with customers instead of asking good questions to uncover the best fit for their products. Assessments and surveys are also very effective at helping young conscious confidence. Salesperson realized their gaps when coaching a salesperson, it's not working to change their behaviors or their results. You might implement an assessment. Three hundred sixty feedback assessments, disk assessments, and customer surveys can be an effective method to bring a salesperson back into consciousness in an area..

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"greg i" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"greg i" Discussed on Mark Simone

"High Saturday, upper sixties, dry, weather Sunday and memorial. Day I'm meteorologist. Ken Boone. Well Break Jarrett. Is the Fox News legal analyst and he's a great bestselling authors. You get his books. The Russia hoax witch-hunt phenomenal books, and he's the best illegal political analyst around Greg Jarrett. How you doing? Hey, mark, be with you. I'm fine, thanks. Hey so let let me get straight now, Obama Gate. That's nothing but trump firing the inspector general that is the crime of the century. Is that how it works? Yeah I guess. It is the twisted world of the media mob and Democrats You know I I find it. hard to believe really that the conspiracy evidence continues to grow now declassified document of Susan, rights cya memo in which it's pretty clear that they decided to target. General Michael Flynn and then of course. You know the skull Tori evidence that that. Flynn was innocent all along that they invented a pretext in order to lay a perjury trap that all of this evidence of innocence was hidden from the court. He was hidden from the Flynn Defense Team and now you've got a federal judge. WHO DOESN'T WANNA follow the law? I wrote a column this week, saying you know the fence needs to file a writ? AMANDIME is to kick judge and it Sullivan off the case or order him to follow the law, and as I was writing that column. Indeed, that's what Flynn's defense attorney did so you I? It's disturbing that a federal judge seems not only oblivious to the bare facts of the own. K., his own case. But he seems to be either ignorant of the law or unwilling to follow it. Wow. It looks more to me like. He's the most partisan. Judicial activist. Have you ever seen a case? where the judge took over the prosecution, the judge decided to prosecute the guy. Now I've never had I mean it is a clear violation of the separation of powers embodied in the constitution, and you know a judge under the constitution is to preside over cases and controversies. When there's no longer a controversy when the Department of Justice representing the executive branch makes the decision to drop a case to dismiss the charges based on prosecutorial abuse, not to mention innocence. The judge cannot decide. Oh, I'm leaving the Judicial Branch of government I'm GONNA take off my robe, step down from the bench and act now as a prosecutor again violation of the separation of powers, and there there is well established case law that a judge can't do that. His job is simply ministerial e signs the document on the motion to dismiss if he doesn't like the decision of the prosecutors too damn bad. You know the losses. It's none of his business whether he thinks it's wrong or corrupt around just irrelevent. That's the unfettered discretion of the executive branch the Department of Justice. Yet, but the reason the judge can't do that is via ever. Judge Ever tried that. The media coverage the news coverage would be overwhelming. It'd be the lead story on every evening. News would be the front page of every paper. The judge would be driven from office. What happens if you suddenly live in a world where the press the media will totally totally ignore this and not do their job. Then how how do you get anything done then? Well I mean you have to stand up for the rule of law regardless of what the media says, but you know the media which drove the witch hunt narrative of the Russia hoax. is is really not only shameless, disgraceful, but unapologetic for getting it all wrong. I. Devoted an entire chapter of my last book hunt. To the malevolence of the media they are are so driven by their hatred of trump that they're willing to believe. Anything even that he's a secret Russian agent, a Manchurian candidate, which is what they said for three long years when it turned out not to be true, they didn't have the decency to say. Gee, sorry, got it wrong. He Greg Jarrett besides legal expertise. You're a media expert. Don't you think they should say to themselves? We just attack him. Twenty four seven non stop for four years. We've marginalized ourself. Nobody's listening anymore. We're the ultimate boy who cried wolf. Why don't they figure that out? Well you would think they. Would you know look at any of the polling data and surveys and you know the the media is. At the very. You know you know along with you. Know Garbage Collectors I. Suppose there there you know, and no insult to refuse engineers, but you know. The there is no respect for the media anymore. It's y mark that the moniker fake news sticks because a great many Americans. Realize that it's driven by a hatred of trump, and it's entirely slanted against him, and so you know most Americans you know view. The reporting scans a they don't believe in. And we only have a few seconds left now most of even trump supporters and I i. understand I. Don't blame them. They'll always say nobody's ever going to jail for this Obama gave no matter what report comes, nobody ever gets arrested. Will anybody ever get charged in this? Yeah. It's a very good possibility you know. Just look at the comments that we impart made on Monday at a news conference in which. He said this was a case that should never have been brought that. The criminal justice system is now being weaponized by law enforcement, and it's wrong. And the people who did it will be held accountable and Sarah, In close contact with US Attorney John. Durham is investigating air to all the origins of line of the Feis CICLE. Now the latest you know, the Flynn case is set up a frame job and hiding evidence of innocence while pursuing an innocent man. Well I said. We're out of time, but every Greg Jarrett books the Russia hoax which and we'll see on TV today some at some point. Yet you likely will I was on Fox and friends this morning. more to do the of the day Hey, also. You got a great website. Greg Jarrett Dot Com. Check that out and a great stuff there. It's actually the Greg Jarrett Dot Com Greg Jarrett Dot Com and Greg..

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"greg i" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

12:31 min | 1 year ago

"greg i" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"All right so so my cell and have a long face with that I'm a B. AJ because my kids don't have to rampant in our house I don't even know what that means a look if you look at the car and go home is a fourteen thousand dollar car the ninety one thousand miles of that like I got a brand new infinity I mean we got we got the insurance money so we're gonna put it towards this new car and so that's what we've been but by and by the way the dude makes Greg I told him this to us along you make great grains and that you're you're actually gonna graduate on time car in Campbell you no the and Annie's gaze that scholarship student cost me anything this kid and so I said well you know I mean it's not like it's it's like a like a forty five thousand dollar car in my in my two spoiled thinking that fourteen thousand not a bad price for car okay because I want one I think I'm a part mining yeah what we're not from this place but but anyway do I have the knows all right sales and they just run my jaws I'm gonna get you the buying stuff in just a minute but might affect Johnny can begin you bring it up in the you just go to show prep it's it's all it's a you tube from Manvel Joe and it's under show premise urinaria anvil Joe admits Obama lied about obamacare Israel one zero six stories them if you got it I know you give me to have them do something John he's going to buy him a car is that not going in some new tires yes Sir so we got that will play it for you but let me get back the stolen money we're not even done with all the brutal attack this guy's been in charge of brutal attacks on democracy at home so the money wasn't just a foreign ops guy he was also the chief thog back home in Iran urging vicious crushing of student protests according to the guardian presumably beginning in at least two thousand nine certainly carrying on in earnest since twenty seventeen the mailed fist of power was the only thing that animated him the guardian writes soon after taking control of the coops force he was part of a group of revolutionary guard commanders with a letter warned reformist president Mohammad come tell me to put down student protest or risk them stepping in so you gonna put these things down a we're gonna come in police moved in to crush protest as they would a decade later he was more important than the president spoke to all factions in Iran had a direct line to the supreme leader in was in charge of Iran's regional policy says dema aspen dairy fellow at the century foundation think tank it doesn't get more important and influential in the C. my question is why have we killed this do before I have no idea why we have a public campaign is guy before you got a Johnny all right this is a sample Joan and the the first voice you're gonna hear some kid who is that a town hall meeting with amble Joe and he's asking the written question during the run up to pass through a bomb the care present about across my father that he likes is going to keep this plan and as insurance will be cheaper after passages players are allowed as insurance costs double since he supported the plan reply to my dad do you not understand really support wind all trace provisional now look one is two ways people know when something is important one what is so clear one is passed that everybody understands it and no one did understand obamacare including the way was rolled out in the gentleman's right so you can keep your doctor if you wanted to and you couldn't keep your doctor if you want to necessarily he's dead right about that well you know so so he lied AT you lead so we're gonna amble Joe now the the biggest the centerpiece of the Obama administration and it was all a lie so you can keep your doctor if you want to keep you but you can't I always what was the Sam after your line doll but I would I don't know what even what he was saying after that probably something from the nineteen twenties he likes to do you have any idea what he was saying no no I don't I don't remember what a blind dog I do some saying I'm sure he was muttering under his breath I will I hope you but to be sure he wasn't attacking the poor kid was in I don't know but anyway well there you go anvil Johnno running as the vying former vice president of Barack Obama and his crowning achievement was a lie what other than their Hey folks put me in champ we've got a sea of the saying if in any other country we would not be in the same party she expressed some distance or dispute made this taste with the idea of Joe Biden presents an extensive profile out on money from Mediaite David Freelander writing for New York magazine interview the Congress woman from the Bronx about our status as the party's young agitator the cover story takes a dive into a castle court does is influences including her admiration for Bernie Sanders who she recently endorsed for president and I'm like Sanders Joe Biden isn't a candidate who inspires the freshman Democrat when asked about a rolling Congress under a biting president she said all god in any other country Joe Biden and I would not be in the same party been America we are shouldn't harbor much sympathy for the moderate side of the party either barely casting the broader ideological ground of elected Democrats as weakness she said the congressional progressive caucus from the the article in the New York New York magazine she said the congressional progressive caucus should start kicking people out if they stray too far from the party line other Cox's within the Democratic Party in Congress require applications because you're Cortez pointed out but they let anybody who the cat dragged in call themselves a purse a progressive there's no standard we have standards now for progressives the same goes with the parties all Democrats she says can be too big of a tent so here we go this is how they do it folks this is how they do it they get in power and then they start they start singling out fo you you you're not long enough you're not a lawyer that we're gonna tell everybody what to do we gonna make you do I'm telling you this is frightening I'm not saying she's going to turn into little Adolf Hitler if she ever gets in but this is what social is due by the way the first I'm calling bovines got collagen on that podcast and I tell you the three that are coming out want to go into it because a lot of fields and I've been to the website the first is I'm going to pop up to the first is socialism is better than capitalism know what I think well that's the whole point see I'm calling bovines got college on the the second was the second one is diversity makes is great no we don't I know that's safety I I know I'm gonna get so much miss understand go Ballantine thinks is socialism is better than it says the right there on his website these are statements that I'm calling bovines got talent you and the third one is border security is racist and we're gonna go into all sorts of I mean we you know we've already got I am now for all sorts of different episodes this this is gonna be one week but it'll start on Monday a week from today and will you know it'll be out early in the morning we'll let you know how to find and all that stuff and they'll have it on your podcast at the ninety nine seven W. T. N. dot com and a bargain be it would be ever so it's going to be cool and it's more of you know I know the pod goats some people go they don't quite get that is the history of everything but what do you do in history for because you're a political talk show host and I get that we're gonna continue to blog goes by the way were rampant that up but I'm just adding some other things you know what well still is no I can't because then I go and I tell you and then we don't do it for a while you told me someone I learned this lesson a few years ago when I told everybody the one of the books I was writing was get ready come out and then the something happened with the publisher is something with the printing and it didn't come out and I I felt like a full force having said so hello I got another one coming out by the way I did a little research absolute auto center yeah if you read their first Facebook page I am not see that's the thing I trusting USA Hey I mean I'm you know and I'm not down on USA a but that's why I went to their car buyers so I would have to do all this would have you know pictures up of cars that they have for sale that sort of thing and just out of no where yesterday they have a Greta Thunberg or however you say your name do bird yet to member of blog up really yes so I'm not really sure I'm just wondering whether this is a little yeah yeah I don't know that I'm not only not accuse in he will not get to my it's bizarre well one of the so the doing political stuff on their car dealership did this the one in Murfreesboro yeah so it says it's an auto blog that they posted to somebody but but it the title is granted to Burke has guts but you don't need to as she shames world leaders for their inaction there's plenty you can do and so anyway it's just this stuff that you can do to make the world a better place so I mean I they're recycling tires in yes somebody was a simple disappear so I'm looking at it now here with it yeah absolute auto center yesterday at eight OO nine yeah ready to emerge as guts but you don't need to okay well then that may explain a lot of it I mean weird things happen to me and I'm thinkin they know me from the radio and they don't like me because I work at a conservative radio station the I'm so nine I just assumed by loves me they told what we're all laughing right now and you can do yeah I have to be when the building hate my guts so you know what are you gonna do I don't think that's what we had what it is I mean we had one put a stiletto through my headlight that was with the jag when the Johnny yeah wait yeah what do you hear yeah put a stiletto through my headline we'll show you what she was like I went to a dinner with several other radio people that was introduced to her and she made this means that have is Johnny be worse off of Allentown show I now and then they have you listen to the shows she went I listen for about twenty seconds and turned it off you know he was the he was rude as hell the whole dinner wow I really liked her I mean I mean I was excited to meter that you live in like a whole not at all so I got a stiletto through the headline and John you got a telephone this before we go to break all right Johnny got the present from it one of the stones well yeah they they hook me up with all kinds of stuff you know you got me on that lyrics brought me into the twenty first century right then they got me this thing called Google many something I can't it's kind of like Alexa Google many many many many but they said ask a question so I'm thinking of a smart aleck question I said Hey Google what's my wife's birthday and little time passes it comes back which one and my wife says no more personal quest is that not Hilarius I love that store when nothing for my marriage she has no more per no I'm all for you today quick time out we'll be back right after this.

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"greg i" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"greg i" Discussed on KTRH

"He believes ignores the pledge of worst first Greg I think you're reporting was a hundred percent accurate I think because of your reporting and identify and what I'm going to call a bait and switch approach I believe that's why a letter was sent out yesterday Wednesday all the state legislators who got involved in Austin because of the low and moderate income level that was going to be used as a criteria to determine how these projects were gonna be sequenced Harris County had twenty three public meetings all across Harris County at each and every public meeting there was never a low and moderate income and equity factor included in those conversations in response to concerns generated by our story county judge Lena had doll go did in fact dispatch a letter to Houston area lawmakers calling our story misleading and inaccurate well fox twenty six reported her doll goes pledge to execute all projects approved by voters the judge says that was unclear to viewers today in a face to face interview she confirmed that the economic vulnerability of underserved neighborhoods should and will potentially factor in to the order that flood projects are undertaken there are some areas where you you know that there's a it's that they haven't seen a project in a very long time that would never see a project were it not for these equity guidelines so equity is the is a factor equity is the factor little girl says many low to middle income areas have been short changed by federal guidelines that favor projects with the highest property values throughout our county we have to be able to work and come up with an order that doesn't only look at high property values running hurts all of us it's the right thing to do she's frightening Fidel go would not outlined held the potential equity standards under consideration what impact the nine hundred million local bond dollars still I'm committed to specific projects she did say that since our story aired the equity criteria for being located in a low to moderate income level area has been at least temporarily abandoned how long has it been since the project was last done that that actually gets better gets vulnerable neighborhoods then asking income level and to the critics judge Lima hotel go off with this message it is not right nor is it fair nor is it accurate to we ate a class warfare around this which is exactly what she just did do you hear how nuts she sounds we'll go back to that segment where you wanna play the next with Greg Grogan asks her or are you we can remember it's not just what she wants to do the public was told worst first we're gonna solve the biggest problems first that's why you're voting for this now she's there and she says there are but but the poor people need some nice stuff this isn't about poor people it's about flooding well we just don't want to fix things if if some rich people with to the poor people did you know we have to be which is why we should give to the poor people and not to the rich people because you know we should but class warfare because if the people get all these some of these people this is their only chance to get some nice things of if they don't get some I think that that that what are they going to do the one in nice things and when and for people to support the don't know what they're going to die on the door is only they don't have anything that day you know and so we should spend all the money over there it makes my stick but some parts of things and some things if they would like and you look at these are the people that voted for me I don't know why you're creating cuts.

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"greg i" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

10:03 min | 1 year ago

"greg i" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Christmas special looking for Greg he's understandably agitated and simply wants to get this deal done okay all right is is this president trump Rick where's your buddy Greg I'm a busy man he's my buddy but I don't know where he is I I have no idea how to get in touch with him okay I'm here I'm ready to make a deal just then as if on cue Greg Russ did indeed phone it and began negotiating with president trump in an effort to strike a deal that would ultimately free Santa Claus adding an attack it is getting so it's a great you didn't have Santa Claus yes I am the one who kidnaps Santa Claus there will be no Christmas this year Donald Trump all right I know you don't really take like that so how bout you use your real voice that tonally whiplash or whatever okay let's get to it why would you kidnap said to close because I don't want anyone else to have a joyous Christmas listen we need to come to a deal okay let's negotiate I am the best negotiator obviously everybody knows this so let's make a deal I understand you have a list of demands yes and these demands need to be met if they are not met Santa Claus is not getting out alive well listen slow down let's go to these one by one okay what's the first one first on the list is I need a law passed in maybe can help with this being president in the United States need a law that decrees no Christmas commercials air on TV before the second Monday in December alright look it's gonna be a little tough I can't write an executive order Congress doesn't like me very much right now in case you're not paying attention to the news but what I can do is reach out to some of the top TV executives out there I know a lot of people in TV so let me take care of that that's true you did have that apprentice show though I did prefer the season with Arnold don't know flap just like the last terminator movie garbage all right which is second demand number two on the list is that Eric von Hesler needs to listen to Paul McCartney's awful Christmas song wonderful Christmastime every day twice a day because he has neglected me as a friend well you really need to get a would you learn that from ISIS no but I did learn kidnapping for my sis you're a cruel man gray dress let me tell you this I can issue an executive order that makes Eric von Hesler have to listen to Paul McCartney's wonderful Christmastime over and over and over the worst Christmas unable to look it is the worst Christmas and of all time I will make him do it what to do next demand the last man on my list is I would like a lifetime supply of spanks you want somebody to spank you now this is the women's activewear yeah any any pants the real expensive ones millennia wears those and she's a now this is what you want these pants I look good in ladies pants but I can't argue with that you are very they're handsome you're very good looking guy listen I'll agree to all of your demands are right I need you to do one thing for me okay what you have to say merry Christmas to all the hipsters in Brooklyn every day from now until Christmas I'm not doing it now that's not happening look great I am the world's best negotiator everybody knows this right everybody know look I'm dealing with China I can deal with China I can deal with people in the Middle East anyway the rest look I need to wrap this up okay you either agree with our terms and I walk I'm walking if you don't agree I'm not doing it you don't agree to the terms okay no no no wait wait okay I men I agree you really are the world's greatest negotiator so you're saying we have a deal we have a deal and I gotta go back it's important to do the card Santa come on get out of here how is is the show is we want to hear another classic Christmas song you know her as Jarrett's girlfriend we know her as our very talented friend to be honest I don't know exactly where she is but she's supposed to sing a song so please welcome Christina Ackland singing a holiday favorite somebody writes we needed to do yeah how would you like me to see the doctor there's oh boy okay let me in better just being a leading arranging the lens to together with the use this call again friends are calling you the forest lane ride together with six the end of the are we thank you there would be the person saying resort to together with you it's time for round two brown to between team traffic and team news right now who's leading Jared right now it is TV news leading traffic fifty to ten Eric okay traffic you get a chance here round and round one every correct answer was worth ten points in round two every correct answer is worth twenty points so let's get on it team traffic first question what did frosty the snowman do when a magic cat was placed on his head in traffic he came alive you need more than that from the lyrics of the song he began to dance around and to dance around sorry many times it's got our heads back into this process what is Ralph these little brother's name in the movie a Christmas story yes Randy the next question Christmas song contains the lyric everyone dancing merrily in the new old fashioned way team news rocking around the Christmas tree correct which one of Santa's reindeer has the same name as a mother holiday mascot which one of Santa's reindeer has the same name as another holiday team news answer which country started the tradition of putting up a Christmas tree Veronica her L. team traffic Germany and they're back in the pauses in the song winter Wonderland what do we call the snowman yes team traffic Jack frost Jack frost because of the question wasn't over on what's wrong you got it wrong terrible to stuttering that's as far as this game to get me started winter Wonderland what do we call this moment there was a snowman and winter Wonderland we'll go out and build a snowman and attended under that all the and we we are you buzzing in in the movie L. what was the first roll of the code of elves well it doesn't look very good here she maybe we should if everybody says pass I'll pass yes I will tell you that the the answer is treat every day like Christmas you should have known that it will ship within the US we also act like they should be taught English Nick every day every year not even American what English you guys for you see what's the name of the main villain in the nightmare before Christmas all we were just discussing this yes anybody I only saw this we got a very long time he's the he's the platform guy and he like the guys in here some that really cool song the news okay bug is the name he's the most Christmas the person up here we have to wrap up round two and come back around three we'll see who wins the game right now all news is the leading traffic.

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"greg i" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:11 min | 1 year ago

"greg i" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Greg in Missoula Montana Greg thank you for waiting I appreciate your patience I you join Greg I am doing quite well merry Christmas to you wrecked and trying to jump ahead to to jump ahead to the to the election what is it going to happen wins the popular vote as we had in in twenty sixteen and the electoral college relaxed trump what are the Democrats going to do in the event that that happens which is it's bound to happen but what do you think well I think they're gonna find in cry and soil themselves as they always do you look for real electoral college it's a body of electors that's been established by the United States constitution so you just can't throw it out like Hillary wanted to it's actually informs every four years for the sole purpose the only purpose of electing the president it of course Hillary and others will argue well yeah but I got more votes well if you want New York Los Angeles San Francisco Chicago and maybe one or two of the city's to pick the president over four years you have go to a popular vote that were representative Republic we'll should should should going but but there is there seven thirty seven Max is back in service for for all the Democrats said if you want to leave again you know I the problem is you know many people are just like a lot of people thought okay when the house voted on articles of impeachment that was it firms gone they're packing up the White House no they're not he hasn't been impeachment is a process not a vote it's got to go to the Senate it's got to be finished same thing with the electoral college were representative Republic that's the way the constitution is lined it out and if Democrats don't like it because Hey Democrats would win every time if they could count on LA's San Francisco Chicago New York to pick the president well what about the guy in your you know water but what what about what about the what about you in Montana Montana exactly yeah there would be no reason for you even vote well that's that's the hard part is and you know they they they lost their minds the last time and and and the the streets for almost running red with well well with fate fate and fake blood but I I've I really worry about their sanity and all of that on the twenty twenty well do do one if if you're asking my opinion do our balut believe that there will be a serious credible challenge to the electoral college at some point yes I do because you've got a whole generation or two they don't understand the concept of being a representative Republic they don't understand that the guy in Missoula Montana as a right to vote just like the guy in south central LA but if you go to a popular vote the only you'd have basically for state selecting a president every four years that's right so do I think will be challenges yeah and that too that is the is the the big thing that worries me Montana had sedition all ball back up in in nineteen sixteen prior to that the first World War there was a lot of immigrants that that went to jail and prison in Montana sure due to the to the to the sedation yeah I yeah I said a lot of time in miles city and Glendive and that whole area in the oil and gas business and you know I I got to tell you you look at Montana you look at well the fly over states in general you know you know whether it's awful Homer Arkansas our parts of Texas I mean that's why the Democrats on a national level or throwing all the money they can to Texas if they could flip Texas that's so but that's a lot of that's a lot of votes that they could get I mean they could the if they got that they could get a lock on the White House for as long as they want but there there again was listing you lecture all college you know they're the edge it's it was it was or run away after they started counting the electoral votes already I don't know how many would be a risk if if they were to to pick up Texas anyway the the the what do they call the guys with the judges in the electoral college is they're they're they're basically relatively independent of the vote well yeah they're supposed to be but Texas yeah Texas has thirty eight electoral votes in the electoral college and they're trying to retain those other Republicans are for the eleventh what is it the eleventh consecutive election you know the Democrats want to boil that's why you know that the goofball bait overwork he raised more money than any body for a Senate race in people going man what happened well it all came from out of state they were trying to knock the guy the incumbent Ted Cruz off yeah so thank god they didn't do it your vote still close in Missoula Montana I don't see that merry Christmas merry Christmas thank you so much I appreciate it let's go to Anna in Michigan ana how you doing hello Anna that's great merry Christmas merry Christmas I remember when Clinton was impeached yeah yeah as fat boy he deserves it he's like a flasher and when they he was a beach I didn't understand it and they go to the Senate and I would do or how Kobe's still is and I couldn't understand it so I think there is a lot of the young people that think that to so throughout this isn't beach to and nobody could do anything about it Caesar's as well and Nancy keeping yeah keep in there from going to the Senate a lot of people are thinking that these out this they just don't understand I mean Clinton was impeached because he was doing the wild thing with Monica he wasn't impeach because we had a creative humidor for his cigars he wasn't impeach there's Nancy Pelosi said for being stupid what was it she said last week a week before trying to trivialize it well he was just impeach for being stupid no I was in peace for perjury lost his law license for a year in all the proceedings were delayed a little bit due to the bombing of Iraq but if Clinton was impeached by the house of representatives in ninety eight on the grounds of perjury to a grand jury he lied to a grand jury that's why he was impeached in all those that other stuff Monica Lewinski and blue dress in all innokin nonsense I'm sure Hillary took care of that Lincoln's bedroom but at the end of the day he wasn't impeach for for that he was impeached because he lied under oath that's not being that's come in serious so when Nancy Pelosi are well he was just in peace for being stupid no he was impeached for lying under oath to a grand jury what she didn't think we're gonna look at upper we didn't know that already in a good call.

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"Looking for Greg he's understandably agitated and simply wants to get this deal done okay all right is is this president trump come on Eric where's your buddy Greg I'm a busy man he's my buddy but I don't know where he is I I have no idea how to get in touch with him okay I'm here I'm ready to make a deal just then as if on cue Greg Russ did indeed phone in and began negotiating with president trump in an effort to strike a deal that would ultimately free Santa Claus an attack it is gas just as a great you didn't have Santa Claus yes I am the one who kidnap Santa Claus there will be no Christmas this year Donald Trump all right I know you don't really take like that so how bout you use your real voice that nearly whiplash or whatever okay let's get to it why would you kidnap Santa Claus because I don't want anyone else to have a joyous Christmas listen we need to come to a deal okay let's negotiate I am the best negotiator obviously everybody knows this so let's make a deal I understand you have a list of demands yes and these demands need to be met if they are not met Santa Claus is not getting out alive well listen slow down let's go to these one by one okay what's the first one first on the list is I need a law passed in maybe can help with this being president in the United States I need a law that decrees no Christmas commercials air on TV before the second Monday in December alright look it's going to be a little tough I can't write an executive order and that Congress doesn't like me very much right now in case you're not paying attention to the news but what I can do is reach out to some of the top TV executives out there I know a lot of people in TV so let me take care of that then at St you did have that apprentice show though I did prefer the season with Arnold total flop just like the last terminator movie garbage all right what's the second demand number two on the list is that Eric von Hesler needs to listen to Paul McCartney's awful Christmas song wonderful Christmastime every day twice a day because he has neglected me as a friend well you really had a good day would you learn that from ISIS no but I did learn kidnapping for my sis you're a cruel man gray dress let me tell you this I can issue an executive order that makes Eric von Hesler have to listen to Paul McCartney's wonderful Christmastime over and over and over the worst Christmas unable to look it is the worst Christmas and of all time I will make him do it what do next demand the last man on my list is I would like a lifetime supply of spanks you want somebody to spank you now this is the women's activewear yeah any any pain as the real expensive ones millennia wears those issues now this is what you want these pants I look good in ladies pants but I can't argue with that you are very they're handsome you're very good looking guy listen I'll agree to all of your demands are right I need you to do one thing for me okay what you have to say merry Christmas to all the hipsters in Brooklyn every day from now until Christmas I'm not doing it now that's not happening look great I am the world's best negotiator everybody knows this right everybody know look I'm dealing with China I can deal with China I can deal with people in the Middle East anyway the rest look I need to wrap this up okay you either agree with our kids are I walk I'm walking if you don't agree I'm not doing it you don't agree to the terms okay no no no wait wait okay I men I agree you really are the world's greatest negotiator so you're saying we have a deal we have a deal and I gotta go back it's important to do the card Santa come on get out of here.

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