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"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:56 min | 10 hrs ago

"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Poll says that only 39% of Americans think Joe Biden is competent to be president. Um and let's see more than half thinks someone else is running the country. We obviously have a crisis in the White House, a crisis at the southern border. We've got a crisis now in Afghanistan, we have a crisis pandemic. We often have not been told the truth about that pandemic. It's an overall huge mess. And now Isis K. L Qaeda, the Taliban unrestrained. Afghanistan is again fertile ground for terror planning. Afghan jails have been emptied. Folks, The world is a very dangerous place. So a good idea. Right now you can watch stocks. You can watch oil, but most of all, watch gold gold is where the world turns when crisis takes hold. So call monetary gold. These are great people. I've talked to them. I like what they do, and I'm doing a little bit of what they do. Uh, so they're offering $5000 worth of gold on account. For the 1st 50 qualified callers that's $5000 worth of gold on account for the 1st 50 qualified callers. The number is ready, 1888993. 9332 the best time to buy gold as before. Everyone else realizes they needed call 18889939332. Greg Kelly entertaining and informative on 77 W. ABC. It would make me happy, very happy if come January or February. Ah, you guys join me in taking off your shirt and taking a picture of it and putting it on social media for everybody to see how slim and ripped you are. That's my plan. That's my fantasy, and I think I can do it. I really do. I went up to this place called the skinny Center in West Chester and met the whole team, Um, including Lisa, who's like my direct Main liaison there, and coach and Here's the deal. I'm losing weight. I'm very excited, and the skinny center has given me this plan to do it. They can do the same thing for you all right, and by the way for men, especially Uh, weight gain is sometimes not just about nutrition. It can be about hormonal imbalances. It can be about high stress, not just what you're eating so with a careful diagnosis up there at the skinny center Uh, I'm going to be seeing a new me shortly. And so are you. Uh And I'm going to update you about how I do my goal again. This I kind of make it a firm date. Uh, February, 28th..

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Fresh update on "greg kelly" discussed on The Greg Kelly Show

The Greg Kelly Show

00:31 min | 10 hrs ago

Fresh update on "greg kelly" discussed on The Greg Kelly Show

"Poll says that only 39% of Americans think Joe Biden is competent to be president. Um and let's see more than half thinks someone else is running the country. We obviously have a crisis in the White House, a crisis at the southern border. We've got a crisis now in Afghanistan, we have a crisis pandemic. We often have not been told the truth about that pandemic. It's an overall huge mess. And now Isis K. L Qaeda, the Taliban unrestrained. Afghanistan is again fertile ground for terror planning. Afghan jails have been emptied. Folks, The world is a very dangerous place. So a good idea. Right now you can watch stocks. You can watch oil, but most of all, watch gold gold is where the world turns when crisis takes hold. So call monetary gold. These are great people. I've talked to them. I like what they do, and I'm doing a little bit of what they do. Uh, so they're offering $5000 worth of gold on account. For the 1st 50 qualified callers that's $5000 worth of gold on account for the 1st 50 qualified callers. The number is ready, 1888993. 9332 the best time to buy gold as before. Everyone else realizes they needed call 18889939332. Greg Kelly entertaining and informative on 77 W. ABC. It would make me happy, very happy if come January or February. Ah, you guys join me in taking off your shirt and taking a picture of it and putting it on social media for everybody to see how slim and ripped you are. That's my plan. That's my fantasy, and I think I can do it. I really do. I went up to this place called the skinny Center in West Chester and met the whole team, Um, including Lisa, who's like my direct Main liaison there, and coach and Here's the deal. I'm losing weight. I'm very excited, and the skinny center has given me this plan to do it. They can do the same thing for you all right, and by the way for men, especially Uh, weight gain is sometimes not just about nutrition. It can be about hormonal imbalances. It can be about high stress, not just what you're eating so with a careful diagnosis up there at the skinny center Uh, I'm going to be seeing a new me shortly. And so are you. Uh And I'm going to update you about how I do my goal again. This I kind of make it a firm date. Uh, February, 28th..

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"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:04 min | 11 hrs ago

"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"In all of media. You ever noticed By the way before I start that the they have these traffic reporters still I mean, I get all my information from the Google, right? You know, if you drive, you know the ways, whatever you know. Yeah, I noticed this. When I was in college. I was driving over the Whitestone Bridge, and the guy kept saying horrible traffic on the Whitestone Take the Throgs neck and it was the opposite. He had 1000% wrong. I don't know. Anyway. What are we doing with these traffic Reporters? Still, Isn't there other things for them to do? We have technology for this so it But by the way, they're all women. They're all very beautiful Women. So I wrote in all of media. Is there one traffic reporter who was a dude? They are all hot chicks. Not that I mind. But I'm wondering why is that personally? I get my traffic info from ways not Monika Kruse. I made up that name. Monica Cruz is a typical name for a traffic reporter. Then I saw seven people sitting in a row on the today show. And I just took a picture of it. How many people work at the Today show? Remember when it was very simple. It was Matt and Katie. Now it's seven people you've never heard of. Except for Al Rocker. Let's see here. Oh, Jeopardy and all that nonsense about who the house is going to be. I finally had it with Levar Burton. He has made that damn thing. Everybody's issue. He goes on this show to complain and say he's no, I'm not complaining. I'm totally over it. I totally wanted the job. But I'm happy I didn't get it. I don't know. I say. I used to like Levar Burton, but he's made his jeopardy hangups. Everybody's problem. You know who I blame for all this drama Alex Trebek. A little prior planning could have prevented this crisis. Phony scientists. My, um Bilek is bad canceled Jeopardy. I don't want it really cancelled but I thought I'd say that. Anyway, I go on and on like that at Greg Kelly USA. If you think I should pipe down or otherwise, and I got a pipe down right now, I'll be right back. So Fort 77 w. ABC at the.

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"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:54 min | 11 hrs ago

"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"APP. Download it Now, this is Greg Kelly on 77. W. ABC. Um do they find that girl? Gabby. No shoot. That's weird. And what is this guy? Her boyfriend? So they go on a road trip? They had a fight A couple of times The cops pulled him over. I'm looking at it right now. She's upset. On the side of the road somewhere in Utah. Gabby Pitino. This is originally from Long Island. Uh, here she moved to Florida. That's where she met this guy. And then, by the way, the cops you know that she's upset. Then they take the guy out of the car, and they're like, Oh, he's the guy who got beat up. And they let him go. Both of them, But they said you guys should probably spend 24 hours apart. So you know, this was a couple with their ups and downs, apparently, and their early twenties going on a road trip across the country. Uh, you ever do that, by the way road trip across the country. Um, I kind of did once, um with my dad. It wasn't like a sightseeing trip, though. I had basically like three days, No. Four days to make it from New York to Yuma, Arizona, which is right next to California. And my dad and I drove nonstop from New York City. Well, we left at like, five o'clock on a Sunday night and stopped at a party on Staten Island for two hours. Just it and then we get back at the car and drive nonstop 36 hours. To Oklahoma City. Was it Oklahoma City or Amarillo, Texas. I know we went through Oklahoma City, but I think we drove nonstop to Amarillo, Texas. And then I was like, OK, we know we can make it on time. And my dad actually had to get back to Washington for something so He took a plane out of Amarillo. I kept driving and guess who the weirdest thing happened After I left Amarillo, I'm driving West. And I enter New Mexico and there's this little town. Tucumcari, New Mexico. And I was hungry. So I pulled over to eat. And you know one of those roadside whatever it was, and I get out. Go inside. And who's sitting in the in one of the booths. My college roommate. He's going the other way. My college roommate who by the way I kept in touch with back then I was talking to him. Like Like, three weeks earlier. I talked to him on the phone. It wouldn't say we're crossing images that I found it totally weird. I was in I was stunned. I was shocked. I'm like this is like the Twilight zone. A country of 250 million people here were what's going on here is like he was just like, Oh, Greg. Hey, what's up like he just got over it right away. Um, so that was that was odd. And ah What else should we talk about? I am kind of done with Millie, unfortunately, is going to keep his job. Um, again. It's a cultural issue in the military. Too many people telling others what they want to hear. Especially the American people, especially Congress. Afghanistan was going just great. All the time is going just great right up until it totally felt. Oh, so before I get that I do want to play this. This is very much in keeping with that. You know what happens when you take over a new job? When you take over a new assignment at work. Uh, the guy before you was the worst guy ever. Oh, we had to fix up all these problems that Johnson left us. Oh, boy. Yeah, Johnson, he was the worst. And then by the time you fix it, everything's great until you leave. It's like that, Kelly guy Jesus only teaches screwed everything up. We gotta fix it. Now we'll listen to Millie here. He's one of those guys. Uh, cut 38. General Milley, This is 2014. He's in Afghanistan. Problems. Go way, way, Way, Way, Way back, Uh, General Milley on how he fixed everything. No security forces have gone from zero. When I first showed up to almost 350,000 today. Hear that? When I first got here and look at what I've done Look at what we've accomplished under my leadership. Um, 2014. We were this close to winning. Right? General Milley in 2014, because you were there, of course Cut 39. Strategically. The tide of the war is not with The Taliban and their fellow travelers. The Taliban recognized that they know they are on the edge of strategic defeat. On the edge of strategic defeat. All right, So everything's going great. So one reporter says, Well, if everything's going so good, uh, can we go home yet? Um, cut 41. If things are going so well, why can't the Americans just leave? Let me uh, as I said, they did very well tactically. So we are transitioning right now. It's our assessment. I turned it off. Turn it off! Turn off! Turn on, John. Whoever edited that cleaned it up. So that's okay. But I know what they were trying to do. But The message here is He's self fluent when he's talking about how well they're doing. And then the guy says, Well, if we're doing so well, why can't we leave? And then that what we did what you just heard isn't how he answered the question. He was like, Well, um It takes a big drink of water puts it down. Um, as we were saying, um He's got to get his story straight..

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Fresh update on "greg kelly" discussed on The Greg Kelly Show

The Greg Kelly Show

00:28 min | 11 hrs ago

Fresh update on "greg kelly" discussed on The Greg Kelly Show

"APP. Download it Now, this is Greg Kelly on 77. W. ABC. Um do they find that girl? Gabby. No shoot. That's weird. And what is this guy? Her boyfriend? So they go on a road trip? They had a fight A couple of times The cops pulled him over. I'm looking at it right now. She's upset. On the side of the road somewhere in Utah. Gabby Pitino. This is originally from Long Island. Uh, here she moved to Florida. That's where she met this guy. And then, by the way, the cops you know that she's upset. Then they take the guy out of the car, and they're like, Oh, he's the guy who got beat up. And they let him go. Both of them, But they said you guys should probably spend 24 hours apart. So you know, this was a couple with their ups and downs, apparently, and their early twenties going on a road trip across the country. Uh, you ever do that, by the way road trip across the country. Um, I kind of did once, um with my dad. It wasn't like a sightseeing trip, though. I had basically like three days, No. Four days to make it from New York to Yuma, Arizona, which is right next to California. And my dad and I drove nonstop from New York City. Well, we left at like, five o'clock on a Sunday night and stopped at a party on Staten Island for two hours. Just it and then we get back at the car and drive nonstop 36 hours. To Oklahoma City. Was it Oklahoma City or Amarillo, Texas. I know we went through Oklahoma City, but I think we drove nonstop to Amarillo, Texas. And then I was like, OK, we know we can make it on time. And my dad actually had to get back to Washington for something so He took a plane out of Amarillo. I kept driving and guess who the weirdest thing happened After I left Amarillo, I'm driving West. And I enter New Mexico and there's this little town. Tucumcari, New Mexico. And I was hungry. So I pulled over to eat. And you know one of those roadside whatever it was, and I get out. Go inside. And who's sitting in the in one of the booths. My college roommate. He's going the other way. My college roommate who by the way I kept in touch with back then I was talking to him. Like Like, three weeks earlier. I talked to him on the phone. It wouldn't say we're crossing images that I found it totally weird. I was in I was stunned. I was shocked. I'm like this is like the Twilight zone. A country of 250 million people here were what's going on here is like he was just like, Oh, Greg. Hey, what's up like he just got over it right away. Um, so that was that was odd. And ah What else should we talk about? I am kind of done with Millie, unfortunately, is going to keep his job. Um, again. It's a cultural issue in the military. Too many people telling others what they want to hear. Especially the American people, especially Congress. Afghanistan was going just great. All the time is going just great right up until it totally felt. Oh, so before I get that I do want to play this. This is very much in keeping with that. You know what happens when you take over a new job? When you take over a new assignment at work. Uh, the guy before you was the worst guy ever. Oh, we had to fix up all these problems that Johnson left us. Oh, boy. Yeah, Johnson, he was the worst. And then by the time you fix it, everything's great until you leave. It's like that, Kelly guy Jesus only teaches screwed everything up. We gotta fix it. Now we'll listen to Millie here. He's one of those guys. Uh, cut 38. General Milley, This is 2014. He's in Afghanistan. Problems. Go way, way, Way, Way, Way back, Uh, General Milley on how he fixed everything. No security forces have gone from zero. When I first showed up to almost 350,000 today. Hear that? When I first got here and look at what I've done Look at what we've accomplished under my leadership. Um, 2014. We were this close to winning. Right? General Milley in 2014, because you were there, of course Cut 39. Strategically. The tide of the war is not with The Taliban and their fellow travelers. The Taliban recognized that they know they are on the edge of strategic defeat. On the edge of strategic defeat. All right, So everything's going great. So one reporter says, Well, if everything's going so good, uh, can we go home yet? Um, cut 41. If things are going so well, why can't the Americans just leave? Let me uh, as I said, they did very well tactically. So we are transitioning right now. It's our assessment. I turned it off. Turn it off! Turn off! Turn on, John. Whoever edited that cleaned it up. So that's okay. But I know what they were trying to do. But The message here is He's self fluent when he's talking about how well they're doing. And then the guy says, Well, if we're doing so well, why can't we leave? And then that what we did what you just heard isn't how he answered the question. He was like, Well, um It takes a big drink of water puts it down. Um, as we were saying, um He's got to get his story straight..

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"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:01 min | Last week

"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Strange times everything seems to be going haywire, including our power grid. Remember when those Russian hackers were able to actually turn off the power grid and a big part of the country? Well, I want you to consider something a solar generator. The value of one of these things is incalculable. The company is powerful living there out of Thompson, Illinois, and they've got a great one on sale right now. This generator is very easy to use. Uh, your pointed at the sun and you plug it in and you're ready to go. Uh, yeah. You take out this solar panel and you plug that panel into the power back up and you turn it on, and that's pretty much it. You're off and running. I told you what happened to me. In Florida, The lights went out. It wasn't so much the lights. It was the computer. It was the refrigerator. That kind of stuff I was worried about, Uh, you can't be without the Internet these days. So unlike gas generators, this thing runs silently. It does not emit any dangerous fumes, and it produces an endless supply of free electricity. Right from the sun. It runs some pumps, shortwave radios and, of course, computers and very importantly refrigerators to keep your food from spoiling. So check this thing out. By the way, it's about the size of a cooler. It's not that big. It's portable. And, uh, I really like mine very excited about this. So go to my solar backup dot com. My solar backup dot com M y solar backup dot com. M. As in, You know, it's mine solar backup dot com Right now and by the way, $700 worth of, uh, coupons for all kinds of other stuff. My solar backup dot com. That's my solar backup dot com. Greg Kelly is on the Air 77 W. ABC. Yes, Trump was great with Mark Levin. And.

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"greg kelly" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

Papa Phd Podcast

08:28 min | Last week

"greg kelly" Discussed on Papa Phd Podcast

"Year long executive producer borrowed by is retiring. Tamang get your name. Lumpen bang bang. Bang bang those connections. It's keeping cultivating keeping alive. Cause he liked them and then you never know never know it opens up more contingencies opened them up. so now we're reaching the end of the interview. And you mentioned this person you had a dinner with. She was an an x. Academic who was now at cbc. Are there a lot of people. The sierra you that have you pursued studies to a certain level. A lot of academic refugees at cdc raiders can drink refugees. I love it and so okay so my follow up question is clearly. You know you're passionate. You were passionate about oscar wilde. Your you've now done worker you know on on other teams that you mentioned samuel beckett but you know you did take. These studies quite far These other people have to and now you're in this situation this entity creating content What do you feel. The this academic refugee background brings to the teams. These people are in. And what i'm thinking is if someone is out there listening who feels that okay. I'm finishing my hd. But i want to maybe go into media But you know. But i wondering am i going to be appreciated are my is the work. I've done going to translate into something can you can you. Maybe talk about that a little bit. What do you bring as someone such a background in the teams that you're part assured projects that your shirt on occasion. It is the knowledge that he brings to the table on something talking about something and it's actually i can be on that panel because i happened to. There's that that doesn't happen frequently. What is more operative is Perseverance If you have done a doctor you have probably faced down that long dark night of the salt. I can't do this. I don't i don't i'm not quite a cat. Whatever you have wrestled that demon down to the ground at least long enough to get the thing done. Perseverance is absolutely crucial. I think in anything and kind of attitude. That what you're gonna do thoroughly you're not gonna do have half half ass. Yeah and so I think perseverance and thoroughness in that order. that You've developed a kind of emotional and psychological count lar- if you've gone through a doctor and that's it's not necessarily the content what you've learned it may or may not apply. Maybe it's maybe it's you know marketing green energy. That is a thing that you're going to be doing. It has nothing to do with the quantum mechanics that studies. Maybe the does. But it's not the content it is it. Is the relationship that you brought to the work at hand and the people around you and those things do export very. I agree and just to finish as the of advice for for people who are listening. You've mentioned that your way into what you think today was to freelance and And before that this you know you just heard about this book which is called start. Ugly which is which i think is a great idea. Which is don't you can't finish. Pg and think now. I need to go up in society in whatever and if you transitioning to another space you might have to go down a little bit and and accept something. That's not perfect to then work your way up but this is not what i really wanted to ask of. You is to tell people what they can do to to Do the first steps of becoming maybe a an. I'm thinking of your domain a good candidates for something that resembles what you do. So you mentioned Eh do doing editing or revision. I remember exactly the term that's used but there's that and there's how do you talk to people who are hiring and and explain that yes you have. Hd yes it's not required for the position but you're the man or you're the woman for that position. Well you know if a person wants to like a career abia. It may not be the wisest thing to be choosing right now. It's influx in flux volatile. It's always been difficult. It's hard to know as much chart so you might wanna think of having it as at least to begin with passion projects so that you are the person to write that article and when you pitching yourself or pitching why would that obligation website. Tv show want this thing that you're offering no what is that they do and show. How would you propose in fits into what they do. I get if you ever looking. You know I'm a very hard working personally. I can't do anything with that. But when i get a pitch. Did you know that. there's this celebrated pro feminist poet from the sixteenth century in france. Who may not have written word of what should celebrate for boom okay and this person has a doctorate in french literature. She knows who committee while now now. She's demonstrating that she understands what the program does and that. She's a person who could do. Stand is thing that's consistent with undesirable from my point of view. So think of yourself. If you're on the other side of the table so to speak why would you wanna hire yourself and if you answered that question. You're about three steps ahead. That's awesome greg I've really enjoyed this conversation and I really enjoyed the your outlook on all of this in an and talking also about the evolution of things we're talking. We're talking about oxford. My i am not a lit. You know literary Mind per se. But i do i. I did have a phase where i followed a stephen fry lots and heard and i believe i saw the movie where he plays oscar wilde. Yeah yeah and I've i've heard for sure. Talk about us. Go wild in i find it It was interesting to travel in time to that time. Where you were you were you. Were going into the jungle. And you're going to find these new this new space of of what you know. Who else was what what he has returned. Why it's et cetera. It was really really interesting to do that. And he was also great to to have kind of a view of especially in your domain. What things are looking like what people can do to to To such an interest in in what you do now if people were were interested by story and they want to reach out to you. What's the best platform to do. So greg dot kelly. At cdc dot ca okay. Perfect and I will share that in the show notes also for sure. I will share a link to a two ideas. A is there anything else you'd like to share with the listeners. that maybe an ongoing project or something that's coming up Not really just ideas matter. Listen to the program We speak about ideas. What's starting to realize this. How ideas speak through us. And that's where the fun is excellent. Well greg thank you so much for having been on papa. phd and I think The listeners will have lots to to take from our conversation and all the best for your projects in again. Thank you thank you david. It's been a pleasure. Thanks for listening to another episode of the papa. 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"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

09:09 min | 3 weeks ago

"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Greg Kelly is on the Air 77 W. ABC. The Taliban is now telling us what to do. I heard a warning from The head Taliban guy. He looked Taliban to me and he said, Uh, America has to get out of Afghanistan by August 31st or else They'll have to deal with the wrath. Whoa! Can't they just speak? He would deal with the rat. That's a lot. Um, I thought of September 11th was the no kidding. Cut off date, right? Anyway. Now we're now we're we gotta worry about them and what they say. We gotta I don't like this at all I do here now. The fake news trying to say Well, consider this. No Americans have been killed. Isn't that great? There was a guy on the news this weekend, saying You know, if you really think about it. No Americans have been killed. But you know how many people have died of Covid in the past week. Like it doesn't work that way. All right. That's it is it is it. We only care when people die, is it is it that it doesn't? You heard people about? I remember even back 9 11. There was some idiots saying well, You know 3000 people in a cutting shut up. This is a calamity. There is no denying it, but they're trying to deny it. And they're trying to move on. And I think it's insane that some folks are Actually like yesterday, dedicating half the show to covid crap. Half the show to covid crap. And just moving on past this thing, it's not over. Chaos reigns. Our troops are in harm's way. It's the opposite of withdrawal. Where, plus ng up And as President, Trump said on Saturday night, even a five year old child could have figured this one out. A five year old child. And by the way, Remember how Joe Biden was going to be the kind gentle nice guy empathetic he was going to have so much empathy. And George Stephanopoulos, for all of his fake news faults, asked him last week about the people falling off the plane running by the plant running next to the plane, Remember and jumping on and falling off the plane from 100 FT. In the air, a couple 100 ft in the air and dying. What? What did Mr empathy say about that? But we've all seen the pictures. We've seen those hundreds of people packed into a C 17 We've seen Afghans falling was four days ago five days ago. That was four days ago. I would have been empathetic back then you should have asked me. It was two days ago. Your dummy. It was two days ago. Somebody pointed out. You might have been lovin when you saw them on Friday. Um, his whole cabinet. They were all wearing masks. It's one of the few times those mass really came in handy. They wanted to hide themselves. Because they were so embarrassed by their own failings by Joe Biden's It was just There's there's just no getting away. Uh, from this. This is a catastrophe. But Lisa in New Jersey wants to say something about the brain surgery. Comment I made a while ago. I, Lisa Hi great. Great. Yeah. Hi. Let me switch from Greg. I'm gonna I'm gonna die. Hold on. Okay. Hey, Nice to talk to you. I'm a big fan of yours, but But I have a correction a little bit. I'm not a brain surgeon, but I did have a brain aneurysm. Um, three years ago and My doctor that you know that's on your station. Her husband actually did the surgery and and my well, here's the deal. You got it three years ago. Three years ago. You got it, So that's 20 Let me do the math. 2018. So Joe Biden got it done in 1988. And back then it was a totally different situation. I've talked to brain surgeons about this and I dabble in brain surgery myself. And they told me no kidding that it compared to how they do it, how it was done to you. It's it's It was barbaric back then, and now it truly is precise and you can go on and have a normal life. Tricia, did you Wait. No, Lisa, Did you learn anything along those lines? What they did was Greg, as they did actually have to cut my head open. I was cut open from my forehead to my ear. Yeah, but they did it. Look, they did it. I did have, um, an angio. Great. They did go up through my groin. Yes, they did through your groin. Yes. Yeah, he did. Don't tell us anything else. Keep going, General in an angiogram, right? And all right. But little Lisa. Bottom line. You're not a brain surgeon. I'm not a brain surgeon. But brain surgery. Brain surgery is much more sophisticated today than it was when Joe Biden had His situation and look It's not definitive. His issues today might be related to that they might be related to just overall cognitive decline. It can't be discounted. We don't know. I talked to a brain surgeon who said even back then people would go undergo brain surgery. Sometimes they're belong term. Um you know signs of mental decline, and sometimes there wouldn't be So couldn't rule it and couldn't rule it out. Hey, by the way, So, uh, did you almost die? I mean, what happened? Well, to be honest with you, Um I was experiencing massive headaches and actually, my dog detected it. Um, she would not leave me Alo the night before, and I was I couldn't even It was the worst pain of my life. I can't even explain it to you, but I went to an emergency center. Well, how did the dog detected? What do you mean? The dog detected it. She knew something was wrong with me. She kept on. She would not leave me alone. She kept on pressing her. Head into my into like you know, into my chest and she would just she was nonstop. Wow. Yes, I've heard of this before. I love that. What kind of dog She's a boxer pit. Amazing still around. You still here? If you're sleeping on her bed right now, I'd love to hang out with that dog. Make sure everything's okay. No. But Yeah, So next day I went into the an emergency center, and from there, I went to the hospital. And from there, they detected it and A couple of you know, some decisions had to be made and how I was going to continue with what surgeries and then it was done. Well, presto, you proved my case because you are obviously normal and well adjusted and articulate. And Joe Biden is none of those things and he had the surgery in the 19 eighties. So I think we're on the same page here. Order, But they did have to cut my head open just to let you out. They did have to get in there somehow. Alright, I'm sure the whole they had to make in your head is not as big as the whole they had to make in Joe's head. Quite frankly. All right, Greg, I'll take a picture and send it to actually I would be intrigued. All right. Thank you, Lisa. Very, very much. How about that, huh? Near death experience. Um well, actually did she almost No shoot? She's gone. How about that dog? Oh, a boxer pit mix. Tricia has something to say. Are we good for time? Do I have to take a We're good. Alright, Tricia. Real quick. What's going on? Well, I want to talk about corrupt demand to Joe. But just on cackling Kamala, she deserves all the snark. You can give her but give Cathy Ho show uh, you know, break on the looks. Look at the substantive issues like her connections with the working families party and HRC and stuff, not her looks. But, um, can I just say one thing about the looks? Yeah. There is something about people. Who spend a little bit too much time on their looks, which is a little bit of a you know, it kind of puts me off. People are always looking at themselves in the mirror. You know what I mean? You're getting this done that done the other thing. It does sometimes indicate where their priorities are. You know what I mean? She? I mean, she has a very determined working class background Catholic immigrant family from Ireland. She she was not made lieutenant governor because she's All that. Cuomo was up was looking for somebody. Who would not outshine him would not in any way pose a threat politically to him. I don't. I don't understand a one term congresswoman. She served one term in Congress. And then she was a county clerk before that, my my big takeaway is, I think And I could be totally wrong on this, But I think it was a fundraising thing. You know, the thought the husband seems pretty rich. Am I right? I don't know, but she she was a lawyer, and she served in different people like Daniel Patrick Moynahan. He's a liar. Liar or a lawyer. Lawyer, while some are both that.

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"The time to file a claim is now call 803 083481 right now. That's 803 0834. 481 803 083481. Greg Kelly is on the air 77 w A. V C well, Marjorie Taylor Green congresswoman for Georgia's 14th district. She is amazing. She's taking Congress by storm. She is, uh, staunchly pro life, Pro gun and pro Trump. Marjorie Taylor Green Congresswoman, Republican from Georgia. Thanks for being with us. How are you? I'm doing good, Greg. How are you doing? Terrific. And thanks for being with us. So did you see Joe Biden's little talk at the White House? What do you think? Yeah, I saw him not really answer any questions? He didn't look good at all. And then he walked off and the press was yelling, yelling questions to him. And he just kept going, so no one's done. He has sold out America. He's left everyone, uh, with no answers, just like he left Americans in Afghanistan. You know, I believe you early on raising the prospect of impeachment. And that seems to be gathering some velocity. What? What's the sense in Washington? I know you've your forward, but I feel like there could be some others. Even some Democrats are looking at each other and like Just acknowledging this can't go on forever. Yes, that's what I'm hearing. Actually, there's a good many of my colleagues that are interested in it. There is some debate going back and forth on timing. But that's what I've heard also heard that from a few of my colleagues that there are some Democrats that are on that are considering that But just because it's so bad, this is beyond anything that we could ever comprehend. President Trump would have never done this in in his plan, he would have had all the Afghan allies that helped arc. Helped our great military He would have vetted them, Um, gotten them out of the country. He would have prepared the Americans. They're gotten them safely out of the country. It would have been organized in a well executed plan, and that's what our military deserves. They don't deserve. To have to leave humiliated like this and actually having to be back over there with more troops than we had to begin with. So it's just too much too much. He needs to be impeached. So Congresswoman Margaret Kelly green you have been targeted by the far left have been targeted by big tech. I see you're back on Twitter. They took you off for a couple of days. You're back on. Why are they giving you such a hard time? Well, you know, they don't like the truth on Twitter. Gragg. That's our Twitter. Twitter is just a one sided platform and you have to be woke. You have to be very hard left and a terrorist. Apparently because Taliban has a Twitter page. President Trump does not, and I was suspended for seven. For seven days for for simply saying that I think the FDA shouldn't approve the vaccine. At this time. I said the vaccines are failing because vaccinated people are catching and spreading Covid. And more research needs to be done. And I got suspended for seven days for saying that even the studies are telling the truth and people all over the country or trying to say the same thing that they get banned on social media whenever they talk about it. Yeah, well, gee whiz, I mean and Rachelle will Wolinski the CDC chief, didn't she say the other day that people who were vaccinated early are getting sick? I mean, look, I got vaccinated. My wife made me do it. I'm not telling anybody to do anything because I'm not a doctor. I did get vaccinated. But there there are people with valid concerns and they should be allowed to talk about him. And what about this Wolinski and what she said. Oh, right now I agree with you. I think it's a personal choice and it's one that people if they have questions, they should talk about it with their doctor, or, you know, just take time and make the decision and I support people. For whatever their decision is. That's that's what America is all about. Right freedom. But we'll Enschede. You know what she said? Is just It's unbelievable to me. The fact that we have this vaccine and there's a lot of women reporting miscarriages. There's there's the studies and that the stories about young people having this bio card itis, um and then their stories of blood clot. There's Stories of so many stories, and I met with a bunch of nurses the other day at a local hospital who were very upset. Their their hospital is telling them they have to get vaccinated or they're going to lose their job and they don't want to get vaccinated and they care for Covid patients. They know they know the disease. They understand it. They see it firsthand every day on the job and they've had it themselves and they don't want to get vaccinated so there shouldn't be a it just shouldn't be forced. It's wrong for it to be forced. But I think more research really needs to be done. And there's a lot to be said about the MRI. And a, um you know the real studies when they studied Mrna vaccines on animals. A lot of the animals died. Do me a favor. What is what is M r. N a. That's the type of vaccine that these vaccines are M R N A. So that is the type of the spike protein that's used and this is all information people can read. And it's a different type of vaccine and even the the doctor that invented this type of vaccine has said that he's against the Black Sea. He's come out and said that we shouldn't be using them. So this is why we're seeing them fails. These vaccines don't work in the fighter studies. There was a study here and then a study out of Israel that showed the Pfizer vaccine is now at 40% effectiveness. Wow. Well, listen, America is also a place. It's a free country and we're free to get a second opinion. I mean, that's kind of like a truism. You know, you get a second opinion from a doctor and Fauci has been wrong and all over the place, so it's just I don't like I don't like the direction we're going, where there's one. There's one version one approved version from the government, and that's all you can talk about. That's wrong. Congresswoman Marsha Taylor Green. You're doing such important work. And I know it's hard and again. They come after you. They come after your family. Uh, they probably I don't want to give anybody any attention. I assume they're trying to get somebody to run against you. If they haven't already. How can people help you? How can people join your cause if they want to make sure you stay in Congress and and do the stuff that you got to get done? Well, thank you for asking. My website is mtg for America dot com mtg for America dot com and I'm just so blessed them. So lucky Greg Americans all over the country from all 50 states usually chip in $5, Maybe $25 sometimes even 100 bucks, and that that helped Me fight the fight that I really have to keep fighting because, like, he said, the establishment they love to take me out the Democrats. They're planning to spend 10 to $20 million in my race, and so we're doing everything we can to keep fighting and, um Just being the voice for the people in Washington because that's the voice to the unfortunately is not heard there. Enough. Hey, the only person I've seen do pull ups. Forgive me. The only female I've ever seen do pull ups. Was Demi Moore in G. I, Jane. And you, uh, you can crank out I I saw. You do think 10 pull ups on social media. That is, that is that is pretty amazing. Most men can't do, uh, three pull ups. I can do 15. But hey, uh how do you mean are you do you do crossfit or something? How do you keep? How do you keep so strong? Had? Yes. So I love health and fitness. I actually used to own a Crossfit gym. About four years and I competed and cross it and I'll tell you that's correct. I used to I couldn't do one single pull up before I started Crossfit and over time, it's just such a great way to gain strength and stay in shape. It now? Yeah, I can knock them out. And it's It's a really good thing because bullets are very hard for girls and women, especially well, It's very impressive. Everything you're doing is incredible. Marjorie Taylor Green checkout mtg for America dot com mtg for America dot com All the information is there Congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Green..

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"Com. This is Greg Kelly on 77. W. ABC. Finally, congressman Pete King. Still, with us first elected all the way back in 1992 to Yeah, that was I remember the night you made it. It was a big deal, and, uh, People like you on both sides of the aisle. Bill Clinton used to bother you with phone calls late at night, didn't he? Yeah, Bill? Yeah. He was one of the most charismatic and enigmatic characters I've ever met. I mean, enigmatic how I've heard the charismatic part enigmatic in that he had so many good change to him, And then he would do bad things for no real reason or just out of a human weakness. It was Listen, I always said all the good things here at Bill Clinton. True. A lot of the bad things are true. You evaluate them. I evaluate and basically been a good guy. I mean, I have no problem calling my friend. I know how he feels about me. But I certainly would be proud of home offense. But again, I used to always think of what he was able to do, despite all of the things hanging over him if he didn't have The scandal and that scandal and some of the millions seem to be self inflicted wounds. What a great president he could have been. But then somebody else mentioned to me. Maybe he needed that high like adrenaline high. I mean, take another island that that was something hadn't been resolved hundreds of years. He resolved it. Who? What? Northern Ireland? Oh, yeah. And he resolved that which no one else had done in the middle of the Monica Lewinsky crisis. So let me ask you this. What would Donald Trump be doing right now? Donald Trump, I I sense that Even though he had to may 1st deadline. You know, he's He's a guy who changes his mind. He does, and we've seen him. He he goes from what? And sometimes you got to change your mind. And sometimes you gotta what would he be doing right now? What would he have done? How could he have avoided this? At the first indication that the Taliban Was breaking the understanding. He would have had massive bombing. You would have listened with Iran. Uh, nobody thought no expert. That was the right thing to kill Solomin. He the way he did just blow them up. Nobody thought that was the right thing. Nobody at the time, no expert. I'm saying the right thing. He went ahead and did it and it worked. Just like everyone said, was the wrong thing to move the American Embassy to Jerusalem. He did it, so he was willing to take a dramatic step and that I think would have first. I think the Taliban expected that to happen, so they wouldn't have done this under Trump. If they did, he would have bombed the hell out of them. Now. That's interesting. They would not have done this under Trump. That is interesting. And Donald Trump not afraid to go against the experts because, as we all know, a lot of people don't know this, I say we, the experts are often wrong. They are they were wrong. Just two examples. I gave you salamoni and moving the embassy to Jerusalem. Both of them were going to bring about World War three. Or at least a massive conflagration in the Middle East. Neither happened. Wow. So again, they know they have a latitude here that they wouldn't have under That's interesting. So I mean, this maybe doesn't sound complimentary, I think was Syngman Rhee in South Korea said the best thing to do is to let your enemies think you're crazy when you're not This was deliberate. Now. Trump Trump talked about that almost right because Reagan had a little bit of that as well. You know, The Russians think he's a crazy man, and he'll do anything and that's good. And remember when he Wow. Well, I got something to talk about tonight. Congressman Pete King. I appreciate it so much. I know you've got to go do some television. And we'll be talking to you soon. Okay. Thank you, Greg. Thank you. Good luck. Congressman King to be continued. What do you think? Everybody that was Congressman Pete King, Republican of Long Island of Faithful Service for many decades. Knows Homeland security inside and out. Let me know what you think. Dick is on the line from Brooklyn. Hello, Dick..

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"I am very proud of your service that you did, Uh, you don't have to butter me up. Come on. What's up, But, um, I just I'm not getting this from you. I don't understand why The tone that you're using, and Rudy used was almost similar in that you both are not fans of Leticia James. Um you're not. You're looking at this one doctor lady that you keep going on about. I just found that about the dot Excuse me. I just found out about that doctor this morning. Yeah, but I'm just saying you You mentioned her time and time again over the past hour. But there's 13. Other people know there are 10 other people and by the way, the the most severe allegations, Dave Are weak and do not add up the one about the cupping of the press the breast That's the one that's probably the most bogus of them all from Brittany. Comi. So have you read it? Did you read it? Yeah, of course. I read it in depth. And did you find anything Did you find Did you find it unusual? Did you find it incredible. As in, you could not believe I could not believe it. That she alleged that she had been felt up by the governor molested by the governor and then posed for that picture that we have now all seen on the couch. You believe that happened? I do. Alright. I Dave. I disagree with you and Dave. Look. There are plenty of places to go for people who are on that. On this on this bandwagon. You know, I laid out my case, and we can agree to disagree. I mean, but thanks for calling. And thanks for being a fan. Kind of right. I have a feeling, Dave. You called before once, and you gave me that whole spiel. About you like this, And you love me. But you always seem to disagree with me. Whatever you call First time calling. No no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. Really? Because I'm alright. I don't want to. I don't want to falsely accuse anybody of anything far, Dave. I appreciate it very much. And I Hey, I appreciate I applaud you for reading the report and reasonable people, I guess. Can disagree if they read the report, and so many people have a day. Thanks a lot. Thank you for that. What else is going on here at Greg Kelly USA. I love it when people say that I'm on the same page as Rudy Rudy Giuliani, former mayor. He's a legal genius, by the way. Um and I conservatives often are on the same page even without checking with each other because we are operating off of a set of Values values. Um, Constitution, America and God, I'll be right back. W. ABC traffic.

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05:22 min | 2 months ago

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"Is Greg Kelly on 77. W. ABC. Ah, the weekend so sweet, right? So Sweet and I'm off tonight from the news, Matt show, So who knows what the heck I'm going to get into. Um, actually, it's a very planned domestic night at home, and it should be lovely. My child is 18 months old. And it's pretty. What the What's the latest thing? I haven't told one of these stories lately, But we got a plan full of, um like fake orchids. Right? Fake things is the big long stems. And no kidding for 10 minutes. It's got about 50 of them in there, and she just went across the room, grabbed one and then brings it over to me and then goes back and then brings another one and brings it over to me and just like kept doing it like Why do babies do that? What are they doing? And then she also brings me her toys doesn't give him to me with, like glee or anything. I just like, hands them to me and then goes back and gets another toy. Do things going on there? Lauren Conlin just walked in the room. She's our W. CBS all round contributor slash news anchor slash entertainment stuff. You have kids, right? I do I do. And something really funny that I did during quarantine is I actually took a piece of duct tape and I Put it on one side of my house on the floor, and I put it all the way across to my kitchen and I gave my kids all their figures all their toys. And I said, Guys, we're going to have a toy parade. Can you please line up all these toys? I'm telling you, it bought me about, I would say a good 45 minutes of peace. I mean, it was. It was definitely one of those things for the kids. What the hell did you do with the tape unexplainable? You just put a piece of duct tape on the floor, like really long And then you tell your clip your kids, You're gonna have a toy parade, and they just line up on their toys, and they're so excited about it. So I did that for a couple snow days a couple times during quarantine. Kids look good. I guess I'm used by anything, And I mean pretty much like, but then again, they one thing. It's really funny, which he gets really a rambunctious And starts giving us a hard time. My wife will say, Do you want to go back to the crib? Just know. Oh, that's so cute. That is so cute. She knows she knows what the crib is. All right. So, look, you've got some entertainment juice Say first of all did you are no one is talking about the Olympics, right? Because they not that I I mean, I did a headline a news headline today on it just that it started, but that's basically it, So I watched it this morning. It was so Dina Home, Marie condo is I do I do. So That's what they I guess She's like the new I mean. It was so minimalist, Marie Condo is somebody who says throughout everything you have. She's from Japan. I met her once. Very nice. Yeah, And I'm I'm not a minimal I would want to be minimalist. But this this thing this ceremony had like nothing there. Uh, yeah. I mean, I I'm not huge on the Olympics, unless it's something really interesting to me that I want to watch. Um and I can't even think of something that's really that entertaining to me when I watch the Olympics, and now you're telling me it's not even that interesting. I'm probably gonna skip it was the only that I mean, you know, look, we know how to do entertainment in America. Remember the Super Bowl halftime show, even in Covid. We used to even in cold, but it was pretty good. And then this thing was just it was like Experimental art theater. You know, it was just very weird and a bit of a bust. So all right. So look. What are you watching on TV? What should people watch on TV? You watch more television. Yeah, partially for your job. So what's anything new and different? We should be watching? Yes. So today if you like Ted Lasso, season one you can stream Ted Lasso season two. Um, And now you can only streaming on Apple TV. Plus, so you need a subscription. So if you don't have it pony up because Ted last was amazing. Yeah, What's so good about this show? I think it's just such a feel Good show in Jason Sudeikis is just he's delightful in it. I mean, you saw he won the Golden Globe for this and that tight I sweatshirt. Everyone thought he was a little out of it. He claims he wasn't but he is. He is just so much fun to watch. He is the one who is married to Olivia Wilde. Or at least they were dating very seriously. And Olivia Wilde left this guy. For a younger guy. She's like 39. She's now hanging out with that, Harry styles. Yes, Who is he again? He is from a boy band, and he's He's like he's like 25 26. Olivia Wilde is my age. Um, she's I'm not 39. She's about 37 actually. Wait, Greg, I'm not 37 either. I'm aging myself. Um, but but no. She and Jason Sudeikis have two Children together and they split up. And now she's dating a toddler. So good for her. That doesn't sound right at all. No, it doesn't. But you know, that's just what happens in Hollywood. Tod Ted Lasso Todd Lasso. And what sort of what did you say it was Ted Lasso. So it's about a soccer coach. I guess they call it football, you know overseas but a soccer coach that was hired to basically make the soccer team do terribly on purpose so the owner could get back at her ex husband. Um, but it sounds a little bit like bad news bears anybody remember bad news bears there was like a bad team. Oh, it also sounds like Major league with Charlie Sheen. Yes, but the players are not bad. Jason Sudeikis. Coaching is bad. So that's the difference. There's a little bit of a difference, but but no, you're sounds stupid. Oh, no. You have to give it a chance. Give it a two. Well, what? What shows do you like? What's on your list? I mean, honestly, after they all went so woke and left. I watched the crown a year ago. I like videos on YouTube..

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09:17 min | 2 months ago

"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"This is Greg Kelly on 77 W. ABC, who I have just been handed some Gina might information Wow, this is taking over the Internet, Bill Ritter is making controversial comments about the vaccine. Who's Bill Ritter? Yahoo! Bill Ritter said something. Oh, yeah, We were just talking about Bill Ritter. Um I'm looking at it. All right, so Bill Ritter has been doing the news on Channel seven for quite a while, Apparently Let's face it. Local news ain't what it used to be. Um, I know who is anchoring W. ABC eyewitness news in 1980 a lot quicker than I know who's anchoring W. ABC eyewitness to us right now. And who was there in 1980? Of course, Bill Beutel and Roger Grimsby, who's doing it now. Apparently because I just was told Bill Ritter and what's Bill Ritter saying Bill Ritter is up in arms about the vaccine. He's a big, you know, he's saying, Get vaccinated or go screw yourself one of those kinds of guys and It's kind of full of himself here, Um, anyone who hasn't been vaccinated and is medically able to get the shots. I ask a favor. Please stay away from me. And at least have the decency to let people know you're not inoculated. Put a sign around your neck something anything, please. This is, uh I guess. Tucker Carlson made a big deal out of it last night and made its way to me and I don't know. Um, number one. It's not like anybody knows Or cares who Bill Ritter is, Um It really again. Local guys, come and go. It doesn't matter. You don't have any. You don't have too many. Rosanna Scotto is and Greg Kelly on the local news anymore. You don't um so, Yeah, I'm sorry, Bill, and, uh oh, listen to this bill takes himself very seriously. Let's see here, um The vaccine is 90% effective. That means 10% might be less than immune. Uh, but you still have to isolate. I want to work. I need to work. W. ABC seven is depending on me to stay well. Uh, if you get sick Bill, they can replace you by lunchtime. It's no big deal. All right. They'll get somebody else to read the prompter. And actually, I am familiar with this guy. And he he sure does read the prompter stare at that dumb thing and summarized the news he sees come and go, and it doesn't matter. And I think this is you know, local guys. At one point, you know when I was in local news, actually. I stayed clear of politics. Because at the time and this is what 2000 and 2 2017. I mean, I mean, there was so much like Other stuff to talk about. And most people back then weren't talking all that much about politics. This is preach. Whatever. We just kind of there wasn't that It wasn't there wasn't people weren't tuning in to the Good day New York show to hear me. Go on about Obamacare. They weren't all right. There are places to go for that. And we're not going to channel seven. Eyewitness news whenever the hell time that's on anymore, 56 11 probably all those times who knows Is list chose still there. Liz Chou. I do remember her now. I haven't seen her in a long time. Wow. Very beautiful woman. And, uh, who else rather was Roz Abrams is she's still around. What about Roseanne Scammer Della? And so bill writer who cares? Uh But look I guess there are enough genuine things to be upset about and I'm not going to go be upset about Bill Ritter. Tucker Carlson. All due respect to Tucker. Um Now I have been vaccinated and that's up to me and my physician. I'm just sharing with you that I chose to do it and I did it. My wife urged me to do it and I did it. I had some really bad side effects, and they said they were coming and I'm told that shows you that the vaccine is working. I got the fighter back in April. Two doses. You know, Two weeks later, whatever was in man, I was out of commission. Well, I got him on a Saturday and I was kind of back to normal by Monday. Kind of And, uh so I'm not going to tell anybody to do anything when it comes to the vaccine. Talk to your doctor. Do your Internet research But I can't. Can you imagine artists? Are you vaccinated? I am. Surprised. Why How about your buddy there? He's not. He's not all right, but I'm going to. I'm going to going to all right. Uh well, you guys definitely listen to your own, You know, drum, so march to the beat Whatever they say That's fine. You gotta make your own decision on this and you've made yours. You made yours and that's fine. And that's up to you guys. Leave it at that. And wait. What? I got a question for you. You're making a wise what? No. If you were 25 were our age, would you get it? Uh, what is the recommendation from the authorities? And I know they don't always disagree, and they contradict themselves. But what is the recommendation? What is the final word? It seems like the recommendation is to get it. Well, I don't know. I can't go back in time. It was a glorious time, though, when I was 25 You know what I was doing? What the hell was I doing? I I was Iowa. I landed, uh, the month of my 25th birthday. I landed on an aircraft carrier for the very first time in a jet. Thanks a lot. Thank you for my service. Not too shabby. Thank you. What else? I don't know. If I would do it, I will tell you this. A lot of millennials are not I keep hearing from the fake news Republicans are vaccine hesitant. Republicans are vaccine hesitant. Millennials are vaccine hesitant. I told you about that resort I went to write and everybody who worked. There was basically 18 to 25 90% of them were wearing masks about 10%. Warren. I finally asked somebody. Hey, you're not wearing a mask. Just curious. Why Why does why do most of them wear mass and you're obviously not? And she said. Well, if you've been vaccinated, you don't have to wear one. I'm like, okay. I guess that makes sense. Other people doing that, But, wow, that means a lot of your peers, and this is in Florida chose not to get the vaccine. Hey, it's up to you. It's It's totally up to you. All right now I have to remind you one more time. Um, my position on kneeling before the flag. Obviously I stand I will always stand. And I think it's very regrettable that the athletes, many of them have chosen to kneel, But we've been having that debate for a long time. And they keep kneeling. And I'm like, All right, I guess you know whatever. You're embarrassing yourself. It's an idiotic move. But that these soccer women Led by Megan Rapinoe. Whatever her name is with the blue hair, and, you know, she just can't stop talking about her sexuality. I think she's got to hang up about her sexuality, not us. She does. She never stops talking about it. Well, she should focus less on issues of gender and more on the soccer ball because they lost 3 to 0. That's a big deal. They were supposed to cream. Sweden. Sweden also knelt. Jesus, Sweet. And, um They're doing it while they kneel, wearing black lives matter. Sweatshirts at the Olympics. Black like no team USA, No America. None of us. You know, I used to love the Olympics. I used to love it. I remember 1976. Bruce Jenner. Um, Frank Shorter was the marathon. Er, uh, Mark Spitz was actually still around, I think for the 76 Olympics Nadia Comaneci from Romania. It was such a beautiful festival. And we were so proud of our athletes. It was really fun. And it was a member Bruce Jenner. Oh, I gotta play that tonight. Bruce Jenner Now, Caitlin taken a lap. What was he doing? He ran around the track with the American flag. Now they want to trample it now they want to disrespected. Wow. You know, Bruce became Caitlyn and that was an adult decision that she basically made in private. I know she gave that interview for Diane Sawyer. But it's not something she really wants to talk about anymore, and that's Whatever, at the moment of truth Caitlyn Jenner. Bruce Jenner was supportive. Of American. It came from the heart of his beautiful these NIT wits embracing black lives matter. Have they done eight seconds of research? Do they realize black lives matter is an anti American anti Western culture. Group, and they only they don't even care about black lives. That's the real sin of all of this. They don't care about black lives. They don't They have no interest. What they have interested is money and power. And how can they get that? When a white cop they have to be very selective about the black lives they care about? When a white cop In the line of duty. For whatever reason, takes the life of a person of color. That's the.

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"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"greg kelly" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Com Mm. W ABC traffic and Transit in Jersey. There's a bad accident on the park. Oy, We're getting word of a collision here. Southbound on the Garden State Parkway Approaching exit, 1 45, and the word is now all lanes. The southbound Parkway blocked off entirely rhetoric at 1 45 traffic is backed up southbound from the Bloomfield area and the North Beyond Parkway bumper to bumper traffic from the union tolls up to 1 45 because of the South Beach Garden State Parkway again shut down right at exit. 1 45. We have an accident on the Merritt Parkway South Beyond Merritt Parkway, a collision just south of exit 35 several miles of heavy traffic in both directions. Eastbound L I e through queens. It's about a 50 minute ride Now from the B Q E out to the cross Avid Parkway in the Bronx. The cross rocks jammed westbound from Westchester Avenue out to the GWB Harlem River Drive is bumper to bumper North Bong. On the one thirties. Up to the George Outbound Holland. Tell about 20 to 25 minute to layout. Band Lincoln About a 10 minute. Backup on GH release Talk Radio 77 W. ABC, Greg Kelly is on the Air 77 w. ABC. Yeah. W. ABC TALK Radio 77, New York Just posted an image to my Twitter account Our video photography crew here at ABC. I mean, they're awesome..

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"greg kelly" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

09:08 min | 11 months ago

"greg kelly" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

"Years younger was in college. He lived at mcdonalds. So like the mcdonald's hamburger wasn't probably great for either loss. Compared to something else we might have eaten instead. But it would've been way more incongruent for me than him right. And so like what we believe and this get into your limitless framework like some of these in congress. He's we're gonna im- essentially imprint on ourselves based on our story but like a like for me an acid test of a big one would be. Is there a gap in how i'm showing up in the world. Some story i'm telling the world that's vastly different and could harm someone else because that's when it gets to be just instead of the hamburger to like a huge potential problem so that would be one another one. I've seen to do anything we ruminate about if our brains constantly going back and for lack of a better way to say it thinking about something. That's that thinking about. It is chewing up our band. It's just going to be a big straw and doing something which often in your methods to be. Making a decision is the key to shut that down so often it could be as simple as i have all these all closed. What should i do with them. You know should. I keep them. Maybe i'm going to lose weight. And i'll sit back into so they give them to goodwill should what should i do and literally making any decisions is like removing that straw. And so in that. That's great because that that helps to mitigate the level of stress in what about you mentioned this word resilience and so it's not just about identifying the straws and seeing which ones you have agency of but it's also building. Is it possible to build resilience. I absolutely believe so. Yes and i think that's where it using exercise to build. Fitness comes in so we could use exercise to train to do a marathon or accelerate a sport or a race. That's what i would term as specific thickness like we're using not to excel in one narrow area and some degree of fitness. We build their will translate into other areas. But there's also nonspecific fitness so our ability no matter what new thing where challenge to respond better to it and so i think having a mix of exercises some way training something for endurance but not crazy high amounts of endurance. Something for balancing flexibility that that triangle creates resilience and especially when we allowed like a space between exercise so learning approach so that would be one sleeps and other like i think lack asleep i would think of as a straw but good quality sleep. Obviously builds resilience. I think of you know Adopted i don't know if that's a term that your audience would be familiar but like the soviet union A long time ago studied different plants. Most of them came. Out of the either the Soviet union the balkans or all through china korea. But i doubt dejan compound where things that build nonspecific resistance so they essentially let us be more resilient no matter what stress so adopted just can be a huge boon if used appropriately and i usually think of adopted jones arna. Moore's better just like exercises and they're not like do this every day for the rest of my life there take for a little bit the well my story be. I use them like exercise. So i might train. What weighed three or four times a week a week. Make sure i have then time to recover and then periodically do a d. loading week where you know either go really lightweight for that week or ticket a vacation so i think of adopted jin's that would be how i would use them. What are some of the most common staff. Degen's i think ginseng by far is the most well known but the soviets did a ton of work on che's andhra and You can only find that work really in russian literature almost nothing in our pubmed on his andrew but she's andrews an awesome one and they considered some mushrooms ratio as an example is one Like i think personally like certain adopted jin's can be almost tissue specific so out of the european tradition. Hawthorne is great adapted for the heart so like when we were getting to that mental. Emotional i think hawthorne as being one that can fit in that bucket. If that's an area to work on may be more appropriate for you than a ginseng as an example. But there's there's lots and you're gonna have to do the same on all the time you can vary but like adopted jones would be another category of things and then meditation would be something i think. Just build some degree of mental emotional resilience especially so exercise also sleep meditation adapted in help you to be able to to build some resilience so we have a more powerful empowering stress response so your brain and the rest of your body. Perform the way it's supposed to. I mean i think honestly like the most. The first thing affected with stress for most people is going to be brain function. At least that's my experience. I don't know if it matches yours. It definitely does usually when people are stressed on that fighter flight. It's is not like the more creative or that they could solve this problem or their memory is better because of but certainly stress has has that impact dr. Greg thank you so much for for taking time to to join us on this episode encourage. Everybody takes screenshot. And post your wits your go-to for coping with stress wherever you go to be able to manage the stress on secret perform and and be at your best and pray. Where can people find out more about you I write for neuro dot com and in my book shape shift. I wanted my chapters on stress. And i talked about the the last dry camel game and a lot of the principles that i think we can apply to improve our resiliency amazing so in the show notes. We'll put a link to your blog. Also as well. Jim quick dot com forward slash notes and Thank you everybody for listening and greg. Thanks for joining us my pleasure. It was awesome thanks. Jim wants to double your brain speed and memory power. If you'd like to learn rapidly get ahead faster. I'd like to give you my brand new quick brain accelerator program. You will discover exactly what. I teach my clients to learn read and remember anything in half the time. There is no charge. Is my gift to you for. Being one of our subscribers that's k. w. high k. Brain dot com or simply. Text the word podcasts. Two nine one eight to two seventy two forty six and we'll send you directly. That's nine one. 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"greg kelly" Discussed on KMJ NOW

KMJ NOW

01:33 min | 11 months ago

"greg kelly" Discussed on KMJ NOW

"So watch Greg Kelly reports on Newsmax TV and make sure you vote in Newsmax is national poll. Let us know whether you want President Trump or Joe Biden. It takes seconds to vote. Just text Mark 2 39 747. That's Mark 2 39 747. Let your voice be heard and watch for results on Newsmax TV. So text Mark 2 39 747 to vote now. Used to be free. I'm not a terrorist and not and I am not a sex slave that where's Don't be a Q T pie. Alan, sit around and eat Marie and desserts didn't just get all your life. You're listening to the Chad Benson show. Do we buy science? I do trust in science. Scary movies, They freak you out, Raise your heart rate. But what's scientifically, the scariest, the new study conducted by broadband choices strapped 50 people the heart monitor and had them watch 50 films considered to be the creepiest classics from Halloween to the Exorcist and more modern movies, including the conjuring And the one that got hearts racing. The most gets kids We have to leave here doesn't close, Sinister starring Ethan Hawke. Average.

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"greg kelly" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:49 min | 11 months ago

"greg kelly" Discussed on KGO 810

"Greg Kelly reports on Newsmax TV and make sure you vote in Newsmax is national poll. Let us know whether you want President Trump or Joe Biden. It takes seconds to vote. Just text Mark 2 39 747. That's Mark 2 39 747. Let your voice be heard and watch for results on Newsmax TV. So text Mark 2 39 747 to vote now. Weeks till the election and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo plans to release more of Hillary Clinton's emails. American Oversight, a liberal watchdog group filed a complaint which is now being investigated by the Office of Special Counsel. They filed the complaint Friday, alleging Pompeo's plan to release more emails violates the Hatch Act, which forbids federal employees from using government resource is for political campaigns. Pompeo called the charge ludicrous department has released 35,000 of Clinton's emails. It's unclear how many it still has, if any. ABC is Connor Finnegan. In Washington, The Supreme Court deadlocked for four on whether Pennsylvania can count mail in ballots upto three days after the election. That means the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling allowing it stands. Supporters of the Pennsylvania law permitting the counting of votes that arrived shortly after the election cited the disruptive, effective covert. The Supreme Court by letting the law stand, maybe signaling a willingness to be flexible when it comes to pandemic voting rules. ABC News legal analyst Royal Oaks The president was annoyed on Monday by top government infectious disease. Dr Anthony Fauci appearing on 60 minutes If.

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Todd White on Biohacking for Longevity and Disease Prevention

The Keto Answers Podcast

06:31 min | 1 year ago

Todd White on Biohacking for Longevity and Disease Prevention

"Today on the show I, welcome my friend Todd White, who is the founder and CEO of dry farm. Wise if you drink alcohol. This is a tricky thing. I mean we we talk a lot about why he may dry farm. He does she like alcohol he thinks it's a narrow talks should be drinking it and but he has this company that. He loves one he wanted people to access it and have the healthiest possible. Imaginable and so if you're a wine drinker and your Kito or trying to be healthy removed out, there's a lot of Stephens episode that frequent blew my mind when we do have into it and I've been drinking his death and dry wines. Very often, but a couple of times a year special occasions I pops dry farm. Wise. It happened last five years but I had no idea about the ridiculous nature and how process and how much garbage is traditional winds. Tons of Info there which wines you choose and why if you want to be as healthy as possible. We him and I both sentiment that alcohol. There's nothing positive about it. But you know sometimes you want to enjoy life and have some why not a big deal? No judgment there and also todd is just a really really interesting guy when it comes to his intention digging a little bit about how he sort of crafted his business in life. Overall, he said interesting background I've known for a while and a great conversation. So tune in and I hope you guys enjoy. This episode is brought to you by neuro collective. I've been using their products on and off last few years in a huge fan of how they form the products their dosing in dumbest around. So Dr Greg Kelly. Their lead product formulator is actually on the podcast previously upset out but you can trust that knocker collective is always doing one hundred percent dosing backed up by research, a lot of companies where they do. They sprinkling amounts of ingredients. So that way you're not actually getting the full amount that is required to have physiological effect. He just get a little sprinkling and dosing and their their practice. So expected that Dr Kelly actually recommends taking two days a week and they're servings is is seven really huge capsules which just shows how much active ingredient actually put in their product I am personally a huge fan of the caffeine. Free. Version of their product quality mind and I take it on an empty stomach with exogenous ketones in the morning when I know that really want to get a bunch of an interrupted deep work hours done I feel in his own literally hours and the best part is there's no crazy crash afterwards if you're not a neutral person, sales have an amazing product called attorneys that contains all the precursors to d which is. Far More effective than taking direct d supplements to reduce oxidative damage to yourself. Again, love the formulation and how they went about making this. If you want to try out any neuro hacker collective products had two neuro hacker dot com and use the code aged one five for fifteen percent of all the products. That's any you are O. Hacker Dot Com Code Eight, G one, five for fifteen percent off all of their products. This episode is brought to you by Paleo Valley. I've been a huge fan of this company for years ever since I met the founders at a conference, I'd say four years ago plus in have been eating their hundred percent grass-fed grass finished beef sticks ever since then the because reading the recently, why asked them to come on the show's sponsor? Is that? They do a lot of support in regenerative farming. They actually continue to reinvest into helping small farmer scale in really building on an amazing supply chain to help regenerative agriculture scale. The only that they're beef sticks aren't dry bone and leave that weird slim Jim style waxy coating, your mouth, they are plump in. In in a weird way, we gobble these guys up at the perfect offices when we don't have time to get a full meal in perfect real food snack if you're looking for one of the best beef sticks around, that are not only great tasting but responsibly sourced checkout Paleo Valley and great news is listeners of the podcast get fifteen percent off. So just go to Paleo Valley dot com slash one five or use code ag one five at checkout epithelial Valley Dot Com fifteen percent off that's p. E. L.. V. A. L. L. E. Y., DOT COM SLASH E G, one, five talk. Thank you for joining me today. Hey, I'm looking forward to it. It's going to be a great discussion. You're one of the first people that I met. That were sort of early Keitel Angeles. Before this whole boom happened years. It started with Christmas, you guys three or four years ago when you first were up. It's been almost odd years but yeah, we were or I should say many people on the team as well. But. We We were super early adapters before it became a thing. Kid Genyk Guy. It was starting to circulate in the biohacking community about five years ago. Maybe five miss closest six years ago when I started and and you know it was it was getting around biohacking community had not yet gone mainstream. But. Yeah, we were there early and still still big believers. Yeah I mean what was it? That got you into everything being was just the sort of request to optimize your personal health. It was an actually that would be a little bit more glamorous but it was really about vanity I had I had reached a weight loss plateau. It wasn't really overweight and in any way because I've been biohacking and sort of. been. In, and out Akita Genyk. Diet. Really since the eighties with the Atkins Diet but I had been eating a lower car diet for quite some many years. So it wasn't really overweight but I really wanted to lean out. And I I was at a weight loss plateau and low carb just wasn't doing it, and so that's I experimented with Kito that way and then the weight loss went away pretty quickly as it tends to do for most people in fact, lost a lot more weight than I had anticipated. And then sort of what I thought was a set point and a place I wanted to be but I continued the Ketogenic Diet in fact. Double down on it and really became therapeutically Ketogenic, which is different than Akita. Diet. or a modified Keto Diet, which is the way I would describe my diet today but. But I experimented with really therapeutic Ketogenic, which is super high fat and and and a lot of blood testing and a lot of kind of quantification and. You know the cognitive benefits for me. became. So extraordinary that I just stayed on the Diet, even though I didn't have any plans of further white. House.

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"greg kelly" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"greg kelly" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"Now I understand. Is Greg Kelly another famous veteran? How you break the sports. I'm terrific. John Thank you so much and you know a lot of stories of sacrifice one little component. I WanNa tell you. Being in the military can be a lot of fun. It really can't the adventures laughs. You risk your life but you also have the time of your life. I'm serious it's it's a great experience. Highly recommended of group Brucie. Greg very well yet greg. Look I think this is This is a day where we thank you. And those men and women who served alongside of yourself remember. Remember that all some but some gave all and so it is a solemn day. What do you think about on this day? Your peers who made the ultimate sacrifice. What goes through your mind on this day. I'll tell you I got into the military Right after the Gulf War and I left in just before nine eleven so I missed the major wars. I did see combat as a embedded correspondent. But you can serve in the military and miss major conflicts. There are people who spent twenty years and don't get a chance to go to war but they still risked their lives and sacrifice their lives even in peacetime so on this day I think about the individuals and actually they crossed my mind just about every day. Three Friends of mine to from flight. School wants them to fleet who died in separate plane crashes and when you think about that three men by probably between twenty six and thirty two died in three separate plane crashes. You can go your whole life and never meet anybody who died in a plane crash. So I think about Glen Blaisdell. I think about Dale Moltke. We called him POPs. And my good friend. Stephen Friedman Three gentlemen I served with great guys a lot of fun very good pilots who died in in various plane crashes during training It's a very we trained Mike. We fight so we trained pretty hard. That's what I think about a memorial day you come from a military family Yo. Your father was a marine and then went on to become commissioner of the Police Department of New York. And that's probably why I chose the military. My Dad did not push me into the Marine Corps. All of his brothers had been Marines as well. They did not push him but there was this longing to be part of the best. I asked my father was. Why did you join the Marine Corps? And he said because they were the best and that just held a a lot of allure for me and I saw what it gave him. The adventure The stories I heard and also the leadership challenges I wanted that for myself Again I wasn't. I don't think anybody should talk you into joining the military. You're drawn to it and I was drawn to that What he represented I wanted. I wanted some of that. Bruce smokers is his company Cushman and Wakefield has hired eight hundred veterans as part of this company. And what? What's your experience would fellow vets in New York. I applaud Bruce for what he's doing any business. That targets veterans because let's face it military life is different from civilian life and it's one of the sacrifices you make so after college or after high school you go into a line of work. It's really different from anything else. Sure there are some corollaries but it's really different. And you may succeed wildly in the military but on some level you are falling behind your civilian counterparts. You are it's You're not learning. You may be learning leadership and collaboration and things like that but there's somewhat intangible and so for folks to seek us out and to build on some of those things we may not have the technical skills in your field right off the bat. I just think it's marvellous that Bruce does what he does and John and and so many others in New York really have embraced the military community. I started at the very bottom. I left the Marine Corps. I found a TV station. Upstate said eighty resumes all over the country to called me back and start at the bottom. Which is a tough thing to do when you're in your early thirties. And you're making money that you know a twenty year old might make. I'm glad I did it and I'm glad that folks are out there like you looking out for us because It wasn't always happening in this country. Let's face it wasn't you know Greg. This is Bruce. Just to I think put perspective on this there's an old adage that sometimes slower is and the skills that you build in. The military are critical skills for today's workforce. You mentioned it. It's collaboration it's teamwork. It's understanding that it's the firm of self or country above self. Those things are skill sets. That don't come easily an art common to every person who graduated high school or college as you said so the fact that you obtain those skills those are I think foundational and if you take those foundational skills to the workforce we can teach you as you said so well the technical aspects pretty quick. So that's why we're selfish enough to say who want to hire the best. That are out there frankly. The veteran force presents the best. That's out there consistently and that's why you're over year. Were up twenty percent and higher and our veterans this year. We'll do it again next year and the year thereafter and on and on and on thank you for calling into show this morning and everything you do. Now work for patriotic Cable Network. I have my own show on a channel called newsmax. It's on at seven PM Monday through Friday. It's called Greg Kelly reports and I think you'll like it a lot. We are saying things that a Lotta People. WanNa say but whatever reason we'd say you're can't say seven PM on Newsmax your cable provider probably has it if not you can go online and one. Last thing John Thank you for Gristiti's I mean at the bottom of my heart. Nine Avenue and twenty third street by parents go to Gristiti's in Battery Park City the Staff. They're the ones who have incurred a lot of risk during the shutdown. They have been terrific. The store's shelves are full. They also have a great attitude. They're really friendly people. So thank you John. Plus and blitz ketchups..

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"greg kelly" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"greg kelly" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Showing Greg Kelly reports so don't forget to vote in newsmax his pull on trump just text the word bird to thirty nine seven four seven this is a box thirteen weather update and fox thirteen meteorologist Elizabeth di amore for check in a mostly cloudy sky with highs in the low seventies and low rain chance for today and then tonight overnight lows will be in the low fifties again tomorrow temperatures warm into the low seventies under mostly cloudy skies and a passing shower much more your forecast tonight on fox thirteen until this year New York governor Andrew Cuomo says the pandemic isn't expected to peak for at least another week in his state in the meantime New York is still working to get more ventilators we're still in the stage where we have the luxury if you will of gathering as much as we can so the one thousand ventilators and was from China and the one hundred and forty from mark and it was still shopping there were nearly eleven thousand new cases of corona virus in New York just yesterday small businesses already getting federal loans thirteen thousand loans have been issued since this program launched on Friday and that's four point three billion dollars provided results are forgivable of those ten million per business boxes mark Meredith president trump says he'll ask for more money if needed America is listening to fox news.

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Jimmy Kimmel Heading to Puerto Rico With 'Hamilton' for Hurricane Relief Episode

24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Jimmy Kimmel Heading to Puerto Rico With 'Hamilton' for Hurricane Relief Episode

"Aims to highlight Puerto Rico's culture as well. As what it still faces after the disaster, including restoration estimated by the government at more than one hundred thirty billion. More legal trouble for X. Nissan, chairman Carlos Goan, AP's various shaklee reports he's been charged with breach of trust. In the Tokyo district court charged with full defying financial reports in reporting his income by about forty four million US dollars over five years through two thousand fifteen gone Greg Kelly, another Nissan executive and Nissan as a legal entity were charged with additional under

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Nissan’s Greg Kelly Released From Tokyo Jail on Bail

Frank Beckmann

00:43 sec | 2 years ago

Nissan’s Greg Kelly Released From Tokyo Jail on Bail

"Greg Kelly being examined in a hospital in Tokyo day after he was released on bail from a Tokyo jail where his former boss Carlos go on is still being held Kelly an American who was released late on Christmas day after more than a month in detention has been charged along with go to underreport, goings, income and other compensation Kelly posted bail of six hundred forty thousand dollars Kelly suffers from spinal problem causing numbness, tingling and pain. According to his wife back in Nashville. She. Says that Kelly was scheduled app surgery in Nashville, but was tricked into going to Japan supposedly for a board meeting. He was arrested shortly after he arrived. Police say a four month old

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Nissan's Kelly examined at Japanese hospital after securing bail

1A with Joshua Johnson

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Nissan's Kelly examined at Japanese hospital after securing bail

"News. Former Nissan executive Greg Kelly. Undergoing examination at a hospital a day after being freed on bail from Tokyo jail. Japanese media say it's for treatment of neck problem. The American spent a month in detention their Kelly's been charged with financial misconduct related to underreporting his bosses salary. Former Nissan chairman Carlos gone is expected to remain in detention until at

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Nissan American executive Kelly released on bail

WBZ Afternoon News

00:29 sec | 2 years ago

Nissan American executive Kelly released on bail

"A form. American executive at Nissan is freed from more than a month of detention in Japan after being granted bail over the apparent under reporting of his bosses pay. Greg. Kelly was arrested November nineteenth accused of misrepresenting the pay of chairman Carlos gone by about forty five million dollars between two thousand eleven in two thousand fifteen gone was also arrested at the same time. Kelly was the pair was indicted two weeks ago with the accusations rocking Japanese automaker and its longtime alliance with France

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Nissan American exec Greg Kelly released on bail in Japan

Fresh Air

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

Nissan American exec Greg Kelly released on bail in Japan

Nissan American executive Kelly released on bail

WBZ Midday News

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Nissan American executive Kelly released on bail

"Problem. A former American executive at Nissan is freed from more than a month of detention in Japan after being granted bail over the apparent under reporting of his bosses pay. Greg. Kelly was arrested November nineteenth accused of misrepresenting the pay of chairman Carlos gone by about forty five million dollars between twenty eleven and twenty fifteen gone was also arrested at the time. The pair was indicted two weeks ago with the accusations rocking, the Japanese automaker and its longtime alliance with France

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Nissan's Kelly granted bail by Tokyo court; Christmas release possible

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Nissan's Kelly granted bail by Tokyo court; Christmas release possible

"Also from Japan court in Tokyo okays bail for. A close aide of Nissan's Elsa chairman Carlos cone Japanese authorities arrested Greg Kelly and executive from Tennessee for under reporting guns. Pay for five years gone remains jailed without bond both men deny the charges.

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Greg Kelly, Chief Executive And Nissan discussed on Frank Beckmann

Frank Beckmann

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Greg Kelly, Chief Executive And Nissan discussed on Frank Beckmann

"Be this morning. Nissan and its former chairman Carlos go on have been charged by Japanese prosecutors with financial misconduct go on arrested in November for under reporting his compensation in the company's financial statements over five years, go on and board director Greg Kelly returned in by the chief executive

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Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn denies allegations against him

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Former Nissan chairman Carlos Ghosn denies allegations against him

"High level executive Greg Kelly were fired by the board of directors Japan. Media reports say authorities now believe that going understated his compensation by at least twenty seven million dollars over three years. The investigation is expanding to cover more years that could lead to income tax charges in addition to violating financial regulations. Meantime, Nissan, CEO Hiroto Sakala who was the driving force behind the allegations against going is moving to give Nissan greater power in its partnership with Renault of France, which was also. Led by going dick, Hafner WJR news. The holiday shopping season is in full swing. So what are the hot toys this year WJR's Warren Pierce talked with Chris burns, the Torah guy about one of the big sellers. This year. Well, there's certainly one a company called taste masters has reintroduced popular video games in cabinets from the from the nineteen eighties. So it's it's pacman gala guy. It's all of the classic games in replica of the cabinet that kids found in arcades, but they're about

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Nissan’s Board Removes Carlos Ghosn as Chairman After His Arrest

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00:31 sec | 3 years ago

Nissan’s Board Removes Carlos Ghosn as Chairman After His Arrest

"Confirmed that this board of directors has voted unanimously dismissed gone as chairman after he was arrested on suspicion of full fine financial reports and other misconduct. The company says in a statement it's aims to minimize the impact from the case on its allies with France's Renault essay and smaller. Japanese automaker Mitsubishi. The bottle says said another executive Greg Kelly has been dismissed amid similar concerns. He was Nissan's Representative director, I'm Charleston with no one was hurt. When a Peruvian Airlines Boeing

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Nissan's Ghosn to be ousted over financial misconduct allegations

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00:36 sec | 3 years ago

Nissan's Ghosn to be ousted over financial misconduct allegations

"Wrongdoing. He's announcement will send shockwaves from Tokyo to Paris. And as far as Sunderland in Tennessee. Japanese media says call us Cohn has been arrested by the Tokyo prosecutors office and he's being questioned on suspicion of serious financial violations. A statement from the sense headquarters in Yokohama says an internal investigation has found that Mr. goon and another board member Greg Kelly have under reported the amount they were compensated as many years Nissan's currency, oh is to recommend the immediate removal of Mr. goon from his position as chairman of Nissan

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