19 Burst results for "Hey Robert"
"hey robert" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Be careful. Have your animals, especially your small ones, on leash and keep an eye out for those big wingspan birds. That's the advice here, I think. That's what I'm going home with today. Let's see, let's go to the phones for your calls right now. Hey, Robert, welcome to the show. Hi, how you doing? Good, I understand you want to talk to Dr. Debbie. Yes, I have a little problem child here. All right, what's going on? Okay, now we've been working very diligently with our local vet over probably the last seven to eight months. We've tried, well, the number one thing going on is she's going either before we put her outside or after we bring her back in. And we've tried Proen, and we've used, what is it? C -D -E -S, C -Des, and we've checked everything. We've checked, we've had the ultrasound done. We've had blood work and urinalysis. Everything comes back normal. And we're thinking this might be a psychological thing because she's always been really high anxiety. She's scared to death of thunderstorms, and we like to keep her close at hand when we do have storms in the area. Okay, I'm going to back up, Robert. What kind of dog you got here? I didn't catch that. What was that? What kind of dog you got? Okay, she's, well, all our dogs are rescues, so she's, we think, a terrier and probably a dachshund mix. Okay, and she's how old? And she's, I want to say, somewhere in the neighborhood of 11 or 12 years old. Okay, and so just so I'm clear, she's having urine accidents or poop accidents? Urine accidents. And it's only urine? We've searched out the possibility of it being accidents, and I just, I don't think it's an accident. I feel like it's being done on purpose, and we don't know why. Okay, so where is she urinating, and is it always in the same place, or is she moving around? It's pretty much always in the same place.
"hey robert" Discussed on Animal Radio
"Doctor Debbie white, and groomer joy vellani, and here are your hosts Hal Abrams and Judy Francis. Okay, we're gonna head to the phones in just a couple of minutes for your calls for doctor Debbie and dog father Joey velani. And on the show today, this is really cool. We're gonna talk to a couple of residents of the watermark retirement communities. These are retirement community, apparently there's 38 of these communities coast to coast, and the beautiful thing. What makes this retirement community different than other retirement communities well they love pets. They were founded by pet lovers and they encourage pets. Pets are encouraged. So we'll be talking to a couple of residents, one who has his own dog there, and another one who has a visiting dog, the director's dog, I guess. And apparently it comes to visit her every day. Wow. So that's on the way right here on animal radio. Also, the author of sad animal facts and despite the title it's actually fairly amusing the book. It's interesting, very bizarre and strange facts about animals that you may not know. Like the average may fly lives less than a day. Wow. Never saw sunset perhaps. I know. That is sort of sad. Okay, and that's a sad one now. Down there. That's on the way. In just a couple of minutes right here on animal radio. Doctor Debbie, are you ready to take some calls? Yeah, let's go to it. Hey, Robert, welcome to the show. Hi, how you doing? Good. I understand you want to talk to doctor Debbie. Yes. I have a little problem child here. All right, what's going on? Well, the number one thing going on is she's going either either before we put her outside or after we bring her back in. And we've tried pro and we've used what does this see deaths? And we've checked everything. We've checked, we've had the ultrasound done.
"hey robert" Discussed on Fore The People
"Attend. Yeah, no, for sure. And it sounds like it sounds like summit club's amazing there. And then shadow creek, amazing golf experience both, but then like Clubhouse wise, they probably sound like they couldn't be more different. I mean, the Clubhouse at shadow creek is I don't even what is the whole thing, 5000 ft², maybe the locker room's huge or whatever, but then it's just a different deal. Yeah, that's total, that's like, you know, it's kind of obvious that there's not a lot of members there, because I mean, the locker room's kind of cool kind of open and, you know, you can see here in the locker room, you can see anybody in the locker room, which at our place, our new Clubhouse, that's not quite that. We lost in there for a minute. It's pretty cool, though. It's pretty sweet. It is, it is. Well, people wanted to know about more than anything, the legendary, obviously your legendary parties there at the Nelson. And we got to talk about your sub 70 sticks and people go to sub 70 dot com, check out all the new clubs that are coming out from CA three. We're launching our wedges to here. And I mean, they're kind of launched, but the whole fall arsenal will be in in the next few days. So we're going to push a big drive on that and they're really the wedges are really nice. Everybody had some loves them. So I'm really happy with them. Awesome. Well, one good thing. So obviously we talked about the golf world, whatever. But you have a lot of celebrities athletes. What's the best casual around forcing them? Because I know you're played with MJ a bunch, but what's the best golf experience you've had that's like a chill golf experience playing with the other three dudes or whatever? One of the most unusual and it's a great word these days organic group was back before cell phones and all that. I used to play with Robert Wagner was my partner in the AT&T. And about two weeks before the tournament, I called him on the phone, and he said, yeah, we're going to Tuesday, we're going to play at cypress point. And I said, okay, so I show up on that Tuesday morning, and when I walk up, Clint Eastwood was putting on the putting green, and so I, and I knew Clint, and I said, hey, how you doing? He goes, great, great, and we're hitting a few putts. And then a Burt Lancaster rolls up. And Clint interdisciplinary Burt Lancaster, hey, how you doing? And I didn't really realize. And then right after that, Robert Wagner walked up. And I go, hey, Robert, you know, how you doing? And he goes, did you meet Burton Clinton? I go, well, I knew Clint and I just met Bert and he goes, okay, good. We're playing, we're playing together. And quite a group just for all of a sudden them teeing off with Burt Lancaster, Clint Eastwood and Robert Wagner. And we got done and we went and ate in the kitchen at Cyprus point, which I mean you got to have a coat on and eat in the dining room there. So we went in the kitchen there for one of those rounds that always stuck in my mind as unusual and off the hook. That's pretty cool. Old school Hollywood, man. Man, yeah. I mean, when you've played with when you've played with Michael Jordan and all these guys and you've probably played with everybody from Hollywood and athletes everywhere. And that's your most special pairing. I mean, that's pretty damn cool. I would have never if you were to give me a hundred guesses as to who are the other three guys in your course and where I never would have guessed those three. I mean, Clint Eastwood is the goat. It was just one of the most unusual ones that really wasn't bland that just happened was kind of what was ironic about that whole thing is like, I didn't know going out there that I was going to play with Burt Lancaster and Clint Eastwood that day. Which I had played with Clint before, but it was kind of one of those days that goes back at my memory of kind of one of those special days. That's pretty sweet. Yeah. Yeah. I think that's probably good. That's probably good enough for us. He's starting to wake up like you're starting to see a little more of his face now. It's been dark for 45 minutes in his room. We're starting to see a little bit of him. It might be time to let him go. Yeah, he's going to buy Portugal, he's going down to Cabo to play a little member guest. He's going to have himself a couple of weeks here, I think. A few different times zones here in a minute. I think the fight to Dubai is like 18 hours or something. Monday at four in the afternoon and I get there Tuesday and then I come right back Friday. So I won't be there that long. I've never been there. Well, hopefully you're not like 35 E on the way over there. That would be a disaster. But I'm going to guess that's not the case. I'm not in 35. All right, good. Well, thank you. Thank you for coming on for the people. That was a hell of a deal. We love the different perspectives from all of the stories, all the TA three legendary situations we've heard about over the years. All confirmed today on FTP. Thanks for coming on. Well, my pleasure guys and, you know, whenever you want to do it again, let me know. You bet, we'll do that. Hell yeah. All right, boys.
"hey robert" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"We're live in Nashville as dusk is falling and the SEC basketball tournament about to begin. We have some we'll have a preview of tonight's action and the rest of the week. In just a minute, people are making their way inside at the fanfare and we are inside the arena where the crowds slowly forming for tonight's first rounds games. Let's get back to the calls at 855-242-7285 and Sam is up next in Maryland. The hello Sam. Hey, how you doing tonight, Paul? We're doing great. Thank you for calling. Great, great. Hey, oh miss grad class of 18, the crisp beard awaken a sleeping giant and opt for they get great facilities, a brand new arena. I don't know, I think you and I might be in the final four here in a couple of years. What do you think, Paul? Sam, I think they'll naturally take a hit from critics, but ultimately he's one of the best coaches in the country. And when Texas hired him, it was considered a major coup. He, he's a great recruiter, he's a great coach, and I think you're right. On this basketball has been dormant for a while. It's gone through a really sloppy period. That's sad because the school spends so much money and so much effort in getting that new arena. It should be making a tremendous impact and quite frankly the program has regressed. Yep, well hopefully they can get everything finalized. It looks like cape Carter's got it going in the right direction, so we're excited. Well, I mean, I mean, Keith Carter is one of the few basketball ADs. What I mean by that is obvious. He didn't come from either the administrative wing or the other, the football side of it. I mean, he played basketball there. I mean, ray Tanner, of course, is a baseball coach. So he understands the game. Not that other coach, not another AD's dome, but I think, you know, I trust him in the administration there. They're smart people. They know what type of PR hits they'll take, but I don't think at this point they are going to let that bother them. I mean, we're logging to the process. Kermit Davis has been gone ten days. They knew weeks ago. So I think they've been after Chris beard from the beginning. Yep, look at the worksite if he could take my call for a hot party. Thank you very much. Robert is in Kentucky and you're on the air. Hey Robert. Hey, Paul. Thanks for taking my call. Thank you. Wouldn't you show it every day? But today appreciate the information. I love the interview with coach stacked out. I was in the regional final last night. Showed up and we know why it was recruiting and but I really like the guy and I hope that this will be on and gives him plenty of time because he says it's just that he's got his team they come up for a big Kentucky. I'm a president, but I'm also curious to have the business plan. For some testing. Gina Robert, he has had a very difficult time. And thank you for the call. I mean, there was a time when I'm not sure we were sure he would be here. But he is, he is really endured. And this is this has been a tremendous turnaround. He's highly respected as a petition of a student of the game. I have his resume speaks for itself, but I think he's won a lot of people over with his turnaround and it's incredibly impressive and I really got a kick out of seeing him about an hour ago. George is up next in Tennessee. Hello, George. Hello. Hi there. First time. Well, thank you. Great job. Thank you. It won't make a better difference. But why is ever announcer against Tennessee? I don't care who you're playing. They're against Tennessee. And I can't understand that. Can you tell me why? You do a great job. I don't mean to, thank you. You're going to have to tell me what they've said about Tennessee that's so bad. But I don't know. By the way, that's the one thing I love about this show and you could get named the broadcaster. And you get 6 different fan bases and they all think he's out to get their team. I'm not sure I can. I do understand it is fandom and we all think our team is getting the short shrift. We're continuing with your phone calls here. Let me just make sure that we have the latest gift the latest list and it's Renee next in Fayetteville. Hey Rene. Hey, Paul. I just have a little background in sports broadcasting, a million years ago. I was at U.S. shortly after coach Donovan Lapierre. And I remember doing sports talk and having to explain to SEC fans or Florida fans. Of college basketball. And it just seems like, do you think, before you decide to retire or, you know, do whatever you want to do after this part of your life? Do you think that SEC sands will finally learn how to grasp sport and not call about football, like while you're at the SEC or I mean, I know it's the nature of the beat. Football, football, but there's so many talented teams in the SEC now, you know, whether it be basketball, baseball or even some of the women's sports that just kind of cracks me up.
"hey robert" Discussed on Nonprofits Are Messy: Lessons in Leadership | Fundraising | Board Development | Communications
"Gary, founder of the nonprofit leadership lab, where we help smaller nonprofits thrive. I'm also a strategic adviser for executive directors and boards of larger nonprofits. I'm a frequent keynote speaker, a blogger, and an author on all things leadership and management. You can learn more at Joan Gary dot com. I think of myself as a woman with a mission to fuel the leadership of the nonprofit sector. My goal with each episode is to dig deep into an issue I know that nonprofit leaders are grappling with by finding just the right person to offer you advice and insights. Today is no exception. Robert Raven has played every position on the nonprofit field. He's had big gigs in the public sector with roles at the highest level of the federal government. He cares deeply about the success of the nonprofit sector, providing consulting services to a vast array of or organizations and causes. And he is both a serial board member and a serial nonprofit founder. Read through his detailed bio in the work of his firm and the show notes and see just what you can learn about Robert. He opened his own shop, the Raven group in 2002. His board experience? The joint center for political and economic studies, the unidos action fund, former president Barack Obama's my brother's keepers alliance and the Iraqi refuge assistance project. Also, a serial nonprofit entrepreneur, having formed the Hispanics for a fair judiciary. The Friends of the museum of the American Latino, green two, committee for a fair judiciary, the March on Washington film festival, and the pesos graduation ceremony for Latino law students. Please check out his firm website, the Raven group dot com and his more extensive bio there. Hey Robert, thanks for joining me today and for sharing your insights with the folks in the nonprofit sector who are joining us today. Wow, John, what a blessing to see you and to listen to that. I am sitting here beaming. I come from an enormous family and they have very divergent views about whether I matter in the world. So to hear that is just you're making me cry. Thank you so much for having me. That's what these podcasts are all about, really, is actually to let more people know about the great people out there. So Robert, I wrote this column for the chronicle of philanthropy, which by the way, that column that I write was informed by some advice I received from you, and the most popular piece I wrote was called strategic planning sucks the life out of nonprofit. As a result, I find that there's this dread
"hey robert" Discussed on Animal Radio
"It's animal radio. In just a few minutes, we're gonna have bows Hadley back on the air. His book life's a pooch, quotes about dogs and the people who love them, and he's gone out he's collected. I'm glad I would say it's thousands of quotes from celebrities, experts all around about dogs. This one from Oscar Mayer. You know, Oscar Mayer, the hot dog guy. He says the noblest of all animals is the dog. And the noblest of all dogs is the hot dog because it feeds the hand that bites it. Is in this book here. We're going to give away to this book. A great book for your holiday giving, whether it's Hanukkah. Excuse me. I was noticing earlier that you get that in there when you say Hanukkah. I don't know what that's about. But it's a good gift for me. Or the Christmas holidays and we'll give some away. We'll have the author on in just a few minutes. We're getting so hard in the newsroom miss Lori Brooks. What do you have for us this hour? It takes time to dig up these stories Hal, and I think this would be the best gift for a cat lover. It's a KickStarter project right now, but I will fill you in on this new toilet for cats. Oh, a new toilet. Like a real human toilet. Really? You have to share it. Yeah, no. Well, that's on the way. I'm getting my cat's the best gift this year. I got them a box. You did it. Just a box. That's what they play with. That's what they love anyway. Throw pieces of crumpled up paper in there. Oh my gosh. Instead of wrapping the box, I'm going to take the wrapping paper just put it in the box. And that's their gift this year. And you know what's the love paper bags, too? But they don't make paper bags anymore, do they? They do. I actually stopped a clerk at target the other day. If I can say that. I just said, by the way, I love they just upgraded their bags to a heavier gauge plastic. And I said, you know, no other plastic bags mean anything to my kitten. But boy, the target bags are a favorite. I just cut the little handles so that they don't that's an important thing if you do have cats and you give them plastic bags. They handles can get caught around their neck or body parts. So you should cut those to free that so that it's not a safety hazard for your kitty to play with that. Not like the plastic Walmart bag. Now no, no. Of course. Perfectly fine in Nevada where you are. Yes. But in California, there are no plastic fans. No plastic bag. They banned and you can get paper bags, but you have to pay for them. It's a story. Anything that is not something that is such a bad thing. It was easy to get used to. Yeah, absolutely. And it couldn't just. For our oceans here, meant less trash, especially with the little handles that could choke an animal. And you see them flying all over the freeway on the sides, all the bags. You don't see that. Not anymore. Good thing. Take note. The rest of the country. Which one are we going to? Line one. Hey Robert. Hello? How are you doing today? I'm doing good. Drew's in cross Nevada here. Elk one Nevada. Elkon Nevada. Okay, how's your pets? How are your animals? She's got some kind of discomfort. I think it's from a yellow jacket thing. Oh, okay. Did you see her get stung by one? No, I didn't. We were at the Lake and she was over by the boat, trailers, and there's nobody over there. And all of a sudden, she starts yiping like she's been kicked herself, then I go running and somebody's nobody's around her. So there's yellow jacket nest in the boat trailers and we figured that's what happened. Okay. So what's going on with her? What do you see? Well, you know, it's a month later and she had some immediate discomfort and but that past and now she seems like she's got something in her ears. She walks with her head a little funny to keep shaking her head. And have you had that look down? Have you had a look inside her ear? No, I haven't. I looked and I don't see anything. I think she was just done below the ear. Okay. 'cause that would be really unusual to still have that typical hypersensitivity irritation from a wasp or bee sting this late down the road. Now we can set a couple days after I can make a case for that. And it only rare cases where we have some horrible complication of a bee sting where there's like an immune problem, maybe down the road would we still be having some itchiness from that. But my first instinct is I want to look down her ear and the interesting thing is when you look at a dog's ear, if you're looking at the flap, you're seeing only, oh gosh, maybe a quarter of what's going on inside a dog's ear, because they have a very deep kind of convoluted ear canal that we can't see unless we put a scope down in there. So that's my first prescription. I'm going to say let's get a good scoping inside her ear and look. Now, you might even find it's crazy. I found bugs in dog's ear canal. So if there were bees around there, or anything else, we want to make sure there's not something inside that air, whether it's a physical object, a critter, or maybe an ear infection. Any of those things could definitely cause her to still kind of flap and show discomfort with that ear. Okay, well, I'll take her to the vet, Monday. Yeah, and have a look. Is the flap of the year from the outside? Is that normal? Or does it seem thick at all to you? Everything is normal. And she likes her ear up deep in her in her head, you know, like they do. Oh, they had no idea. She really leans into it to get that bottom of that right here. She's a super active four year old mint in jet skis and snowmobiles and she's very active. She's very active. Well, very good. That's good. Definitely good to keep her out and active. All right, yeah. We appreciate your call. You're listening to animal radio. Call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. This is animal radio baby. 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"hey robert" Discussed on Defocus Media
"Metrics and everybody on staff because we all go into target or walmart and standing in line at the grocery store and we've seen somebody's wearing glasses and with thinking who the hell did that. You were even like hey glasses if you ever need adjustment. I worked with the greatest doctor in town. Here's my card coming you know coming in and we'll give you a free cleaning gloss. You know that kind of thing they should be your stamp should be your sitters to your community. I love that piece. Because that's whenever. I step out of this house will just in life. I always have a pair of glasses on. it's rare that she seeming outlasted right. The main reasons is because it isn't great marketing tool. You know when. I walk into a building he always asked. Where'd you get your glasses from. And i just jump out. Say what's your favorite on time with. This doesn't it by that. Or you know i mean. Even in the exam leeann have these amazing cutler gross frames wear sunglasses. My made them into my computer. Glasses right sell that frame off my face at least three times a month rare. I opened up the conversation of to that patient wanting to buy but then also buying their second at their payer blasted. Because it's computer glasses that are Deliver love those glass. Would've those i tell them the brand message. Hey these computer glasses. And that's not even jumping into who know my primary glasses so you can see how that really helps. Elevate that conversation but really helps set the awareness of the different options that you need to really invest lack. So i'm would say when it comes to like wearing those glasses and getting out there in the real world. Well yeah absolutely and people you know. Here's a little thing. I like to do at parties because people always come up to you. Say what do you do for it. Doctors news no come on you know. Start the conversation if you meet me on a plane and like hey robert what do you do for a living. I yell at eye doctors will. What does that mean now conversation. That's what i wanted. But you know i posted this on facebook like five six years ago you know. Tell me what you do for a living at a party but you can't use commonsense eye dr optical you can't use any metric terms like that and somebody. My favorite answer was me. I'm a vision superhero. Love it love it. I'm to the point elevated statement like well. What does that mean. Glad you asked. Now you're into conversation. So i love this matter of fact. I'm gonna put a challenge out to all of these schools. They should ask that question to all students. The earth stay they start up. Scope a question and opticians as well. Yeah absolutely a professional. You know it's one of my dearest ranches in optician. And she used to work at very high end place in palo alto and she had a lot of ceos from silicon valley coming in and she had this one guy. Ceo i'm not gonna say what company and he did a lot of interviews on cnn and fox news and msnbc and he was wearing these..
"hey robert" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
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"hey robert" Discussed on 710 WOR
"There wasn't an empty seat. Did it seven weeks in California before Broadway and we rehearsed stare with Neil and they lived in Beverly Hills, so we rehearsed there. And then a year solid year of Broadway and you know, it brought a lot of people happiness. And I'm still pretty tight with Lucy. We were the 40th. And we did 1/40 anniversary show for the active fund two years ago. I thought it was great. I loved it. I was there. It was terrific. Just terrific. I can't. I can't dance like I used to. You know what I mean? And I used to lose £4 on a stoma night. And we had we had the E. M s in the wings ready for me? Uh, well, if it makes you feel any better, Robert this Len Berman here. I can't dance as well as I used to wear their so it happens, you know, just happens. Hey, Robert. Len. Len Burman. Hey, man. Good. I'm doing great. Robert's great, great. Great, great, great to talk to you again. And, uh, you know, for a guy who's known as a comedian. We're talking about your Broadway and now you've got a new film out called Before I go. What's that all about? Yeah, well, it's it's a It starts Annabella Ski Aura and I play her father and Annabella. You may remember from The Sopranos like that. Brilliant. I mean, the performance is so brilliant. And I'm I'm pretty good myself by saying somebody modestly. You know, when you do a film, you don't know how it's going to turn out. You have no control over. You're an actor. He read the script. You like the script and all that, but It turned out to be great. It's a tight little film. We shot it before the pandemic on the Upper West Side. And she plays someone that used to be a folk singer and made albums and she hasn't been 20 years. Then she sort of had who wins in so the title before I go. It's not nothing to do with the bathroom because shit. I'm very old it really before I go meaning contemplating suicide, which spoiler alert. Thankfully, she does not do, but it's sort of an uplifting film. It's a wise film. Uh Eric Schaeffer wrote the script and then directed it. He has a number of films to his credit. And I am you know, I hadn't done a film and, uh, I've been in 40 feature films, but I hadn't done one since what? Four years ago. Wow! And right. I played J. Lo's obstetrician. I delivered her twins. Oh, muzzle tough when with her husband with her husband at the time, Michael Marc Anthony over my shoulder, Make it making sure I didn't fall around. You know, Direct, Robert Just just have a mental just a minute left before we run. How did you get through Covid? Where did you shelter in place? And are you okay? I have a house in Westchester. And, um, uh, you know, I was cool I That's one of the only advantages of being old. You get it in the movies cheaper and you get a vaccine earlier and I didn't mind hanging around my house and reading and watching television and watching sports. Um It's really just I wish just This. This wouldn't be politicized. I'd like to hear the sports talk show guys, uh, encourage vaccinations more Sure nobody can put a needle in your arm without your permission. But let's get with it. It's 2021. It's not the Middle Ages. And, you know, let's defeat this thing. You know it's going to keep on going if people said Well, animal, Yeah, come on, let's do it, so we'll do it and terrible thing. Robert, you got you got to come back and visit us again. Robert, this is we love you. We love you. We love you. Great comedian Great actor Robert Kline. His new movie is called before I Go available now via streaming and it's also on DVD. Thanks, Robert. We'll talk to six, Robert. Okay, Bye bye. Thank you. Bye bye. Just ahead. We'll look at a new study that examines alcohol consumption during the pandemic. Cheers. Stay with us. Good morning and a happy labor day. This report is sponsored by Dr Cho. Protect your privacy for free with duck duck. Go..
"hey robert" Discussed on WCPT 820
"On here and You know if we're not going to put up with it anymore, It's amazing. Um, but, yeah, I'm with you. Thank you. Bye for the call. I appreciate it. Robert in Omaha, Nebraska. Hey, Robert. What's up? Time I I think you are right. When you compare the Taliban in the Republican Party and the thing of it, it's like this. Like, you know how you were talking about how like The Taliban would use religion to try to tell everyone like what to do or what not to do, and the Republicans were look at that, and they would complain. That something needs to be done, How they how dare they are pressed people, but then like say, for instance, They use their holy book, too. Not like gay people, and then the it's pointing out to them. They say, Well, we have to dislike gay people, It says in our Bible, that gayness system, the bomb anything and but like they won't do the same thing for the Taliban, and it's the same old judge. That is, by the way, I mean, you know all three. All three major religions, Christianity, Judaism and Islam all use the same Old Testament, The New Testament. Is fundamental to Christianity. It's acknowledged by Islam. And then of course, you've got the Koran in Islam. But, you know, basically that and the Republican Party they're all saying to hell with science. To hell with modernity. We are going to go with a bronze age, religion and the values and norms of that bronze age religion. Specifically and particularly patriarchy, and and, you know, absolutely straight sexuality and everything else we're going to condemn and even put to death. Robert. Thank you well, said Marine in Geneva, Illinois, a Marine What's up? I just like to ask God. If you can explain exactly what happened last year, the end of November, I guess. Well, Donald Trump invited members of the Taliban to Camp David. And then proceeded to tell the American public that we were giving up and leaving and the Taliban will be taking over. What When did that happen? And did he had the right to make such a decision? When, um, he had lost the election. Maybe I had my timeline wrong here. Yeah. But, you know, part of this negotiation started before the elections and and over the loud objections of the Ashraf Ghani, you know the elected president of Afghanistan over his administration, Donald Trump cut the Afghan government out of the negotiations. He had previously ordered the release of Muller. Baradar, I think is his name the the head of the of the Taliban so that he could specifically negotiated with him. Mike Pompeo went over and kissed the guy's feet bow down to him, shook us and took pictures with him. You know all this other kind of stuff? I was appalled when I saw that picture. Oh, yeah. In the camp, David. Oh, my. Oh, yeah, Well, they never came to Camp David because there was such an uproar. I mean, international operator, not not just in the United States. But this is how this is how stupid this idea was that Trump was promoting like, But you know, Trump is an autocrat Trump. I mean, the first country that Trump visited, you know, was not in a traditionally it's Canada or Mexico. You know, one of our allies or the United Kingdom, one of our traditional Democratic allies. The first country that Trump visits the kingdom of Saudi Arabia, where women have absolutely no rights and a small group of men rotten run the country and they run it with an iron fist. And if you get out of the line They will kill you. And in fact, they have public executions every Friday. Um, that's where sounds like he's fulfilling all the wishes of various poop Putin and bringing down the United States of America. Oh, I like he has no doubt about that. Not just Putin. I mean, you know, Saudi Arabia doesn't like our democracy. It makes it uncomfortable for them. The he doesn't like our democracy. Makes it uncomfortable for them. There's a bunch of countries that are that are Saudi Arabia. Nothing but butchers. Yeah, and they can get away with murder. Yeah, And so So what Trump did as he sold out the Afghan government that we spent 20 years and and 20,000 casualties prop it up. Not to mention you know, as many as a million dead Afghans. You know, he sold them out completely.
"hey robert" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Street Journal reports that the fast food giant is offering higher hourly wages paid time off tuition payments and childcare. McDonald says that it's average hourly wage will be $15 by 2000 and 24. Morning is coming up at 10 9 35 Natalie Rodriguez News Radio 6 10 W I o D This July, you will have the chance to win summer cash $1000.12 times a day. Listen to win weekdays six AM to nine PM after the news at the top of the hour Summer Cash is on news radio 6 10. W i o D. We're here with Robert Palmer in the money minute mortgages to cash. Interest rates and credit Brother Palmer helps you with it the money minute? Hey, Robert. Today's questions actually come in from a number of people over the course of time. A lot of folks want to know about some of these credit reporting sites like, for example, creditkarma. Are they a good idea? Yes, Again. This is the key. You want to make sure you get the FICO score and not the fake. Oh, score. So fake O is what I call all the generic, you know, scores out there. There's like advantage or a vanquished or something. And like, you know, they come with all these fancy names. At the core of the FICO score is the one that lenders use. It's really hard for them to give the FICO score away for free because they have to pay royalties to the company Fico who invented it, and this is why they all try to make up their own sporting models instead. So I'm not going to say there are no sites out that they will do it for free. But there probably are some I don't know of all of them, but a lot of times what you find yourself is signed up for some kind of auto enrollment deal. So you get the free score. And then if you don't cancel by day 29 They start.
"hey robert" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast
"Late you go well. I can tell them highly emotional about this. So you own definitely. Definitely i mean i mean I i have no idea how it is to be professional or anything. Everybody to know that jean loan was tape recording me without my permission and i'm really worried about it because they're gonna use it in a despicable. I mean they actually got gene. Lewin the tape record me. I know i could tell. I could tell was something. There was something funny about him. Don't believe anything that gene luen says. Richie knuckle says or jeff. Bliss says until you talk to me i. We'll we'll see what this final products going to going to be like. Because i have more. I have more information than i'm i'm holding. I'm holding some cards. I'm not showing. Hey robert i'm holding some robert murdoch. I'm holding some cards. I'm not showing better. Be careful you lying cheating bastard. Be careful with this fraud and deception that you use in the future. So why don't you take it and shove it up. Billy's ass batch. What makes you robert mrozek. Here's that right. Hey robert screw you. I hope that he does. Because i want you know one of the the threads that has gone through this is you know is has robert merz at called us or gotten anyone gotten in touch with us and nobody has so far and i really really want to get a phone call or or something or an email or something from robert merzbach because because the more we dig into this the more like you spoke to ritchie knuckles right. Yeah you told them. He told you he was gonna he told you is going to listen to the podcast right. I i sent him. Aj didn't didn't say it was gonna okay. Well that's a guaranteed robert. Murdoch has listened to the podcast. He's absolutely one hundred percent. Certain listened to the podcast well if he wants to contact us at seen dot. Org i he needs. He needs some time to figure out what lies and deception. He needs he needs us to take down my missile command score. I got news for you. I mean when when i did my missile command score the i just. There's another thing i have to say. The first thing i did was opened up my machine because the flashlight was supposed to be inside my cabinet. That's the reason why opened up the machine by after my game play i started. I mean film. I didn't have to film that board. All add to do is have someone verify that was the same board that was in there now. They're trying to say i already know. What robert ma robert mrozek. They're trying to say. I had something plastic. There was some there was something behind the board that was altering my game. Play or something like something like that that they've changed the rules again. You gotta take the board out and film the back of the board. Because they're gonna use that to try to invalidate my missile command scores. But the fact that matter is. I already told richie knuckles to be you that film carefully as if the rams had been altered anyway. So doesn't i mean from that perspective. It really doesn't matter that much. follow what i'm saying. Just you know. We'll we'll we'll see what lies and deception. They come up with next. Robert merged into podcast. Seen world dot. Org war i contact us. World dot org by by all means message contact us because the more we dig into this the more the more like valid all this seems more the more shady things seem to get and i would love to dig into this further. I mean. I can't i i mean i like i said once again. I don't speak for the guinness book of world records. I don't represent the guinness book of world records. I'm this is based on intelligence speculation alone. So i mean obviously twin. Galaxies got booted out of guinness world records. So you might want to contact them. I don't think they're gonna say anything. If i was guinness world records i wouldn't say anything anybody either. It's just it's just too crazy. You know why aggravate the living crap out of yourself over these idiots. I mean the i'm glad they finally got rid of them because they're never going to get back in now as far as i could see they certainly don't deserve to be in there a wait a second. There's one more thing. I need to say very important i try. I went to jas halls office to try to straighten him out. This is like in two somewhere around. I can't remember somewhere around two thousand and eighteen or so. He's filming would've camera. I tried to help twin galaxies. I tried to straighten him out. I went in there to play. And i started playing missile command on his machine. He's got a really nice missile command machine. There and i played a game on it. It was a war game. I haven't played for a really long time. And i was supposed to come back and play more. But he wouldn't let me back in the office. I tried to straighten them out. I tried to help twin galaxies. I'm not the bad guy here. I i i you know. I don't wanna see twin. Galaxies booted out of the guinness book of records. I was trying to make them working with jase hall. I stuck my neck out to do the right thing. Help them play. I went up there to play missile. Command the show. He could let me back in there. I could've came back a few times. Because i was on disability. Leave from my job. I could've came back and played some command. If they were that juries to watch me play but they refused to let me play but let me continue on. I tried to help them. I explained to him what he was doing wrong. I explained to him the changes he needed to make and he wouldn't do it hindu it. I tried everything i was. I didn't want to see twin galaxies. Get booted out of the guinness book of world records but he refused. Do anything used to let me play refused to make changes to missile command. Other mistakes he was making. I was trying to counsel them. I was trying to help him and he didn't do it. So i followed the complaint with the guinness book of records. They never got back to me. But i had something. I'm sure it had something to do with them getting booted. Don't blame me. I'm not the bad guy. Here i want. All the game is out there that saddened because twin. Galaxies is not in the guinness book of records. That was never my intention. That's the reason why we went up to jas halls office in the first place to straighten him out and do the right thing. They don't do the right thing. They do whatever bill with that. Sick bassey billie tells you do and that that that crazy bastard robert murdoch you want your villains you villains of billy mitchell and robert murdoch not may say we've been saying forever that there needs to be another gatekeeper for for high scores at twin galaxies because because everytime we deal twin galaxies. It's like it's the biggest headache that we can possibly. You know it's it's it's there's always something shady or something weird going on between galaxies and it's got the point where it's like like like day should not be the gatekeepers for high scores anymore. We need a third party. That is not them. And you're.
Bloomberg News Energy Reporter Robert Tuttle Explains the Suez Canal
"Reporter Robert Tuttle joining us on the phone in Calgary. Hey, Robert. Love your story. You can ask my tea when I'm like. Oh, we've got him yet because I feel like Let's explain the Suez Canal. I think these are things we either learned about in great school history and then just kind of threw it away. Just take it for granted when it comes to moving trade around, but it it's really important. Yeah, I mean, it's it's hugely important as you said it was built more than a century ago went into operation in 18 69. It's played a central role in the last. In that sense, it's been open. It's played a central through two World wars. Revolutions. It's been a really important conduit for the world to you. One could say it almost helped told together the British empire and from some extent for a while there Uh, yeah. I mean, it holds today it carries about 12% of the world's trade goes through it. It's Zoe, the biggest prize. The most important aspect of that trade is, of course, oil. You know, the Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest exporter, sends oil through the canal to Europe in the North America oil comes the other way as this, uh, To reach Asian markets from wherever West Africa from the U. S. But it Zab slightly essential plays a central role to the world trade until it blockages costing quite a bit of money. Holding up about $10 billion a good today. They're just waiting there. No,
"hey robert" Discussed on Inspirado Projecto
"Bob for robert. Hey robert rob. Bob just became one of those kinds of things where people just started playing with the language. Here's another one charles. Chuck charles chaz Chuck charles chas charlie. Oh yeah chairs chuck charles. Charlie chuck chuck charles chas. Charlie i wonder what other ones got a word. It's a word. I haven't heard in a while charlie horse charlie charlie charlie such great war such great word. You know if you think about it So yeah that's that's on my brain. I've been going through the qna's who've been queuing having as with the filmmakers the project makers i'd really like to well we've been doing qna's with these folks in to youtube. And then labeling knows to idea of really trying to get as complete as possible man met is very very thorough with this in terms of considering the meta data and the ceo and the ways in which you know it'll evolve In the search engines seems to have his eye on it. Really really really. You know like like a sniper. I he's really got his eye on that stuff taking careful consideration of that..
"hey robert" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"J. Okay, everybody, We are back and I've got Robert Jennings back on the line. So Hey, Robert, there. Kill, kill them Augusta runs that was that was pretty funny. What you said earlier. Yes, It's a label to call giving you an update and also help with a little bit on tropical. Who and what not Bobby obviously is extremely dangerous. I'd eyes I do this for a living. I've been doing it for a long time. Throughout various stages of my life. It's extremely dangerous to the drivers themselves are not driving that livers are not delivering. Nonetheless, people have to eat and so do I. With that being said, I've been able to go anywhere from 10 Miles to 50 MPH, depending on where you are. 1 83 is good for a change. 45 is okay. I've been around the arboretum areas and all of that I'm on Spotswood Springs sprung a little bit on Spotswood springs around one Turn when I was going 20 MPH, So that won't be up a little bit And I realize I can't go 20 MPH on these roads. If there's any precipitation any rare on the road, you will wreck Okay, because you will not expect it and you will slide people. If you do drive, please pump your brakes. Obviously, when there's not a car behind you and test the very road that you're on already. You can always just put your foot outside. Put it in park or what? Whatever, and put your foot outside and feel how slippery where you are. Never stop on an incline. Okay? Never stop on an incline. You must press forward. If you stop on inclined you're back in. We'll go out from underneath you. I've seen this everywhere. Okay, Brother, What's what? In your truck. If you have to go out, put some white in your truck. I will say that again, but £200 of weight to balance you in the front. This is why the rear and goes out from underneath you. But again to avoid all.
"hey robert" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"The house 20 minutes after four o'clock, welcome back to the program. We're glad you're with us around the around the House show and You want to check in with his his three or 37138255? Let's see what we've got here. Um Oh, this is interesting because I haven't talked about this in a long time. But This is something If you got a gas log fireplace at home, you know we don't build would fireplaces anymore When I started in the building business back in the Back in the seventies. Of course, it was very typical. The fireplace would be built by hand by brick masons who would lay the flu in the break in the shooting, smoke shelf in the chimney and the And the facade of the brick front in the family room. That kind of thing we built those never really. I mean, they were very, very strong last forever kind of thing. But most of those has been have been retrofitted with Gas logs. And so now, of course, it's very uncommon to have a hand built fireplace, Andre, We don't use a lot of brick anymore on houses. As you know, I don't I don't know what all the brick bases were doing. We put a lot of that artificial stone on so anyway, Gas log fireplace is very common, and that's fine because natural gas is cheap. I hope with the new administration in place that it's not going to get more expensive soon, but well, time will tell if we if we let start limiting fracking. It's liable to go up a little bit, But for now, it's a really cheap energy source and relatively clean. Natural gas isn't so if you got a national gas fireplace, you want to make it as efficient as possible and this email It's from Dwayne. We had a house built about 5.5 years ago. This is our end of life home. We want to make sure that we're comfortable here. I didn't think about the fireplace status until the first winter. And my wife complained no heat from the fireplace. It works, but no outward heat should is a fan under the fireplace. Ah, good idea is not. It's a wonderful idea, and it's really It's really necessary if you want to get the maximum efficiency out of your gas log fireplace. You can go to a fireplace store that probably, you know, the kind of story that put the fireplace in the first place, and they sell a little squirrel clay cage blower that fits in underneath and the back under the firebox of that. That heater and it's a thermostat, tickly controlled blower. And so when the firebox gets hot when you had the fire around the family, come on. Don't want it cools down. It will turn it off after you go to bed. So it increases the efficiency of that gas fireplace, probably 25% or so because the heat doesn't leak out of the chimney and So what happens is that little fan starts blows the fireplace heat into the into the family room where you're watching TV spending the evening so your furnace doesn't run because the thermostat Doesn't turn it on because that extra heat So instead of running 100,000 BTU furnace in the evening while you're watching TV, you're running a 35,000 be to you gas log fireplace with that blower, So it's a wonderful idea. The only Hitches on this doesn't isn't always the case that the builder Electrical outlet under there. That's the thing you have to check out. And if not, you may have to fish a wire from someplace, But no, it's a great idea to put a fan under your gas log fireplace. All right, let's talk to Robert in Colorado Springs, listening on Koto. Hey, Robert, You're on the air. What's going on? I I can't find mine, which was showing me his hot water tank, and he had a device on the top..
"hey robert" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Playing some of these messages throughout the show. Hi Planet money. I'm April for Maryland. After listening to your is teach show. I found a $17 paycheck. I forgot to pick up. It was from my last waitressing job in college in 1997. I donated it and then some to NPR. Thanks for making economics fun. The very first episode we did on the pandemic was in early March, and this was before any cities, the United States shut down and the title Of that episode. I love because it's the question we're still asking today. Where's the vaccine? Sarah Gonzalez did the story. Hey, Sarah. Hey, Robert. This story was memorable because you talked about a secret stash of government chickens scattered around the country that are basically on standby waiting for the next flu pandemic because chicken eggs are used. In the process of making flu vaccines. Yeah, but the story was really actually about how the U. S government intervenes in the emergency vaccine market like how it makes these big commitments to pharmaceutical companies that they will be the market for emergency vaccines, meaning they will be the buyers, which is why the U. S government pays to have those millions of chickens lay eggs all year long in case there's a pandemic right and the guy we spoke to for this episode. Rick Bright was very protective of these chickens. They're hardworking government chickens where I have a lot of farms that we have an undisclosed places. As you can imagine. It's our national security. It's a secret where they are. It's a national security secret. Okay, so Rick Bright Woz when we spoke to him, the head of this agency called Barda, which is the biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority. This is the agency that is in charge of like responding to and preparing for biological threats specifically, So, besides the U. S government, stockpiling chickens rig right basically told us that they're all these national stockpiles filled with the anthrax antidote filled with face masks and ventilators. Like he was the one that had the official government pandemic playbook knew how many syringes there were in the country. He's one of the top vaccine scientists. What happened to observe so apparently behind closed doors ripped right had sort of been telling people like That national stockpile of face mass and ventilators. It is dangerously low, like we're going to be in this very bad situation. And Rick Bright says that he was met with indifference. Another thing he was doing behind closed doors was, do you remember the whole Was the guy at Barta, who was saying like? No, No, no, We can't actually just tell people to take a malaria drug that we don't actually know works to treat covert in any way like we actually have to test it. Then all of a sudden in April Rick Bright Lost his job at Barda. He was demoted from his position. Reassigned to another job at the National Institutes of Health. He ended up filing a whistle blower complaint basically told Congress that he was Reassigned because the Trump administration wanted him to, like bypassed the normal vetting process for And it escalated my removal. That's Rick Bright testifying before Congress. I'm not gonna lie, Sarah. I get a little angry inside When I hear this. I get enraged. Actually, you want Rick Bright back? What rigged right back. I have good news for you. Robert. President elect Joe Biden announced that he is a part of Biden's official Coronavirus advisory board. So Getting rigged right back. Sounds great. Thanks, sir. Thanks forever. But, Robert, before I let you go. I have to give you like this. Really, Really awesome. Good news. We also did a story earlier this year about people in Oklahoma getting their prison sentences commuted. Yes, I remember. There was a guy in the story. Reggie Nicholson. He was sentenced to 1650 years plus life in prison. He was getting the chance to go before a parole board. We didn't know what was gonna happen Well, he is officially out of prison. Bravo people. Bravo! Thanks for the update said Yeah. Hey, planet money. This is Chris in Charlotte. I wanted to say thanks for the tip you guys gave back in February. In your sheet episode I went on a little lost money treasure hunt of my own, and I found 70 bucks worth of health insurance overpayments in a couple of different states. I also found money that belonged to my dad. But I couldn't convince him that the sites were real. Anyways. I always really enjoy the show and finding free money was especially nice. I planet money? My name's Patrick Jones. I live in Jakarta, Indonesia, But I'm originally from Seattle and because of your a sheet episode, I found out that before I moved. I left over $2000 in.
"hey robert" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Robert. Hey, Robert. What's up, buddy? How much drew a quick thing and want to chime in on the whole Malik I story. Um, Yeah, Malachi? Yeah, just, uh if it clears anything up My lady went to high school with that kid and he Woz in, Um how do I say those special classes so he was a little slow? That guy. You. Okay? Cool. Lost, you know, you lose me. You're just waiting for I guess something that didn't come. Me. Oh, yeah. I don't know what you're looking for Your meat, You know, cool. That relationship you said is really good. Is that still the 22 year old girl? No, no, that that's expired a long, long time ago. Try to keep up all right. So 7275791 or 25. Good God, no, no, that was that was a humongous mistake on my part and everyone who was telling me Why it shouldn't have worked was absolutely right. And I was wrong. Rough rebound situation. I was wrong. The right one will come along when the right ones ready to come along. I don't know what to say to a guy I know. He messaged me on Facebook, and he was like Yeah. You know, I'm ready to start these online, the online dating in the New year. And I was like, man. Personal experience. You really gotta watch out for that. Then I thought like how If I'm a single dude, how do you meet people now? Well, I mean, I think it all depends on how you How comfortable you are going out because I mean, really in the state of Florida. You could probably do those things and if you go out, you're probably going to find somebody right off the get. That's like minded with you, in some variation, just based on the fact. That you're out at a bar. I mean, you're probably a line and a lot of different ways just by making the decision to go out and be in a bar. Good point. So you've got that option and then we were You know, there are a couple of couples at the within the group that we were with over the weekend that met on on Bumble. Yeah, two of them. What? Yeah, two of them and then one of my other good friends who got married. Not that long ago, they mount. They met on tinder. So I think that that is now for every bad scenario. I think I think there is hope out there for people. You've just got to find that person that feels like they think a lot of times. It's the person who feels like they They've tried everything else. And then in the end, they find that same other person who was feeling like they tried everything else come in a bubble. I can't stand again. I can e. I'll be damned. Yeah, well, good for them. I hope that works out forever. You gotta live alone. Who are you?.
Lawmaker quits GOP over bid to overturn Biden's win
"The political world has a new independent tonight because earlier. Today republican congressman. Paul mitchell of michigan decided to leave his republican party over trump's efforts to cast doubt on the election. It became clear to me that i could no longer be associated with the republican party. That leadership does not stand up and say the process. The election is over. It's over today. I voted for donald trump. i supported the administration policies. Ninety five ninety six percent of the time the last two terms. I've active in the national state party but this party has to stand up for democracy. I for our constitution. I am not clinical considerations. that's a candidate. Not simply for raw political power. And that's what feels going on. And i've had enough back with us tonight. Robert gibbs former obama campaign senior adviser former white house press secretary under one president obama and steve schmidt longtime political strategist who led the mccain campaign. Who has since left the republican party and among the founders of the lincoln project which set out to defeat trump and trumpism and steve. That's why i'm going to start with you What have they unleashed. I've got a poll to show you fox news poll. Seventy seven percent of trump voters. Feel that the election was stolen from their guy. Then this weekend at a maga- rally in washington a chance starts up. Destroy the gop. What have they uncorked here. How will anyone fix this. And is a guy like mitch mcconnell ready for the consequences. Well let me just say brian. That several years ago a book came out and it was name j winning and he posited that april eighteen sixty five one of the most important historical monse in history. And i think when we look back november. Twenty twenty is going to be such a monte it's a before and after monte hinge in our history and it was the month where faith and belief in american democracy was deliberately premeditatively intentionally poisoned by donald trump by his supporters including many elected republicans in culminating with one hundred twenty six members of congress in eighteen attorney general's signing in a meekest brief. Now it's important to understand that signing got a meek brief was not illegal lack the junk lawsuits. It was preposterous. It was a political statement. It was a repudiation of be bedrock of the american system the idea that a government of the people by the people for the people. The people are sovereign. The people decide who our leaders are in their in tampa to maintain empower defeated in common president over the clear in legitimate. Victor is something that will do to american democracy. What the exxon valdez. Day to alaskan waters deepwater horizon did gulf waters it poisons that fundamental faith and belief which the system can't survive without and then lastly resolved in washington dc. We saw right wing extremist violence with these proud boys. And just because they weren't wearing brown or black doesn't mean that they're not the same people that you saw at nineteen thirty five or nineteen. Twenty seven in italy or in germany is a fascistic organisation. Trying to impose violence political will on the country. We're in a lot of trouble as country after this month of november. And we're going to be fighting this fight for generation and this is the month where american politics relying on one side a pro democracy coalition and on the other side we have an autocratic coalition within that autocratic coalition for example in the house. You have a conservative leader liz. Cheney and you have an autocratic leader kevin mccarthy in the same way that the kansas nebraska wrote the whig party in eighteen fifty four and led to the emergence of a new party. The republican party. I suspect that what we've seen play out over these last weeks with these members signing onto this in time we'll break the republican party into its conservative faction faction but either way we have one institution politically in. This country stands for the ideals of american democracy. And that's the democratic party. You'll political party in the world while you've given us a lot about their can sure on your assessment of april eighteen sixty five the book by jay winnick which i love to and his on my bookshelf. Hey robert think of the senators as i like to call them in the witness protection program. The lamar's the blunts especially the portman. Monds they insist on being upstanding republicans all of them to a man have taken a dive for this president and have sold out their seats and votes. When it's come down to it. How are they going to react. When perhaps as the ultimate extension of trumpism these chance startup about destroying the gop. They didn't make that bargain. They just went along. With a a president occult. They were scared of getting tweeted out. Who doesn't understand that They didn't go along with destroying the party. that got them to the dance will. They didn't brian. But i think they cut a deal essentially with trump and bought something they may not be able to now return Because this is going to land on them. How are they going to sit across from a president. That a seventy seven percent of their own party believes is illegitimate and try to govern the country. It has to start brian with not just a recognition of what happened today at the electoral college. But why and how it happened because of an honest free and fair election fifty some court cases which heard wild accusations about fraud that never got proven and election that delivered a president elected vice president-elect and if they don't begin to explain that to their own voters that this wasn't just a happenstance on a calendar for the electoral college but in fact a result of an election that was had in this country been. They too are going to be able to govern the the idea that this is just making joe biden less and less of a legitimate president and that they own or quite frankly aren't going to feel the effects of this on them. I think you're beginning to see it whether it's chance that you saw in washington whether it's the questions that the senators that are up for re election in georgia are getting they go to these rallies. They pitch their candidacy for a vote. And then somebody says what. Are you doing to protect democracy for the presidential campaign and if they don't start to let the air out of that balloon in a real way. Nobody's gonna come vote for them and january because nobody's going to have confidence in the system even their own base.