18 Burst results for "James Carlton"

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

01:42 min | 4 months ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Insurance dot net So i'm gonna try to try to like freshen up the and just speak from firsthand perspective on why. Why do i like legitimately recommend james. Carlton why would i. If somebody emailed which james carlton. When i go man. I'm happy for you. You're the so i think about it. Okay well when i contact james and i've gotten noam now play golf with them here and there and Really like them individually. But when i contacted about insurance thing it's not only is the response in instantaneous but then it's a variety of different kind of checking boxes and asking if i did this and here's how you can do that and here's what you need to do here and we'll take care of this and it's just so thorough and i and i and i think i'm could be wrong on this. I'm not casting aspersions on other insurance agents because there's plenty who do it really well but i can speak james and i can speak to my past places and i think a lot of times people just kind of when they're in. The insurance industry wants think the process for them is to get your business and then then it just becomes okay. Just gonna keep renewing. That's my commission. And that's that's it but you gotta earn it. You gotta earn it by by. Doing what james does. Which is being proactive. Finding ways to save money and then there is an issue taking care of it for people And that's what he does. It has been one of the best decisions. I have made with my own individual assets for lack of a better term Switching james carlton and i say that in a sincere way I would say it if he goes. You know what i advertised for. What is it now for years I'm done not gonna change my mind..

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:52 min | 5 months ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"I'm a client. And i couldn't be more happy about it it's james carlton so what we are doing here. Gentlemen is we are picking futures and by that we mean picking. Take your pick of whatever. The future is for the upcoming college football season. nfl season. Is anybody going outside of football. Only say yes if you are since we have five other people talking. I want to make sure. I i try to host this as best as i. Can't anybody going outside of football. Joe i know you've got hot with golf last year. No no. that's too short. Was it nope just okay. So so. it's all football. Nfl win totals college. Football win totals. Is anybody going like player. Stats any of that action. Jackson might be in. The episode is deciding on the fly. All right so we are picking three now the way this will work for the purpose of our standings is it will not count as a loss if we lose one two three whatever but they will count as additional wins and if we sweep are three futures plays we get an additional win so the three plus another one i know it sounds convoluted but the six of us follow and therefore it's good Dancer pete you are the defending champion this year. What are all of the parties wagering and putting into the pool for the purpose of our Blood money in the game last. I heard it was two fifty a man who fifty all parties agree. I i all parties agree all right so that means somebody is going to win a net one thousand two hundred fifty dollars this year and we will finish with the super bowl gangster. Pete you are the defending champion. You've had a nice performance last year. Correct what what what led you to glory college. Football and coastal carolina college football goes to carolina san jose state. Sec you owned it. I can't wait to hear where you are on your futures. And i'm assuming that you're going to be talking fighting tigers. I'm going to be talking fighting tonight. We actually hired ready to go. Yeah let's do it. I can't wait to hear all right. I plan to be called gigs to repeat after all and that was good. That was really good. G unit liked it producer. Joe with a legitimate smile. Iggy accused longer paying attention of the day i had. I had to go in and bet the white socks over i. Wow yours champion. We're going to start out with him is you. You aren't going over here.

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"If your insurance costs a leg and arm call james carlton state farm all right. Here we go. This could be this could be all. We're doing today. sweet. And i got a lot but this is because of my mouth situation An playing golf today. Going to attempt to despite the intercostal situation With iggy and the guys from proper cannabis I wanna make sure that. I keep me keep myself o'clock but at this was sent in this was actually sent in on the ninth so Right when i read it. I thought this was going to be a good soda. At least i think it's going to be a good so super random but perhaps it turns into a deep dive. I remember watching kostas now sometime around. Two thousand eight or two thousand nine when i first started listening to tma. I believe the guests was mad. Dog russo. They were having a discussion about the radio business. I'm paraphrasing big time. As it's a long time ago. But i remember kostas. Referencing listing to a morning. Show in saint louis kind of shitting on it saying they were having a conversation about would ya. Regarding some lasts more or less saying the has turned into shock jock and his low brow nit witty. Do you remember this episode dude. You think he was talking about. Tma how long did it take you to get thick skin. If bob kostas was throwing shade on me. I don't know if i could handle it. You clearly had a vision. Saw an opportunity stayed true to yourself. Cetera where did that confidence come from. You have a report with a y dealt of people ranging from cayden cross jack danforth. Do you ever worry about how something you say will be received at this point in your career. Lots of different places to go with this. But i admire your conviction in the show and yourself. And i'm curious as to the genesis of it no name please And that comes in. You can see here. Jackson who was from Because there was a theory that eggy one was written by this person. You know you can see it yep And so with that all said lot of lot in there. Do you know what he's talking about. Because i know you're a loyalist or but you're loyal listener going back to what fourteen and my right orthon. Yes bring a fourteen at eight or nine. I would have been an elementary school for thousand not one which is really the peak of our curve of demographic Couple of things on this number one with Me being out You've had to go best having And i haven't listened to him. Yeah but i don't know how many either dm's or emails. i have received praising your best of and i don't know what the hell you're doing because we've done best before but for whatever reason these best olives are what are you doing. I tried to like really now a quick clips. Like forty five seconds like. Oh yeah that would suck the but like ten minute clips of things where it's like you know. So it's not like one segment. One old san picking the highlights of famous segments. Perhaps for god's because you went the reason i bring it up because you went back pre thousand ten you went back into morning grindstone and ask tony o. Asked telling big time yeah friday. I just played the hits friday stuff that i know people enjoy and a bunch of stuff like that. Monday's was a little more. I was trying to pick up a little bit longer segments because it was..

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"james carlton" Discussed on X96

X96

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on X96

"Of traffic for a couple of minutes to get cars moved out of traffic crash I fifteen south down near hill field road and let's see we've got such little nothing in our message stream but if you see anything you are sure you can text it to us three three nine eight six okay here's **** candidate number three you know it ain't too good for the sound of that when you drop a piano world famous pianist from Ontario Angela Hewitt says that her one hundred and ninety four thousand dollar piano was destroyed in a moving accident which happened last week I was so happy with the results feeling elated the piano movers came into the control room and said you know ma'am we drop your piano my precious fuzzy only concert grand piano she wrote in a lengthy Facebook post on Sunday ms hue and added that the accident occurred in late January but she was so shocked that it took her ten days to finally report the incident to her fans I couldn't believe it the iron frame of the piano is broken as well as much else in the structure and the action not to mention the live in other parts of the case there is no salvaging this the movers dropped the huge concert grand piano while trying to place it on a trolley the instrument split in two due to the force of the fall it was in top form that piano she said it is no longer yeah I guess not replaceable yeah can you sue I guess all of the you know the the the just the you take care of it in the wood to ages and it gets residents in a just and she just loved this book and may well sorry hoops up sorry you know if you're getting good for the sound of it when you drop a piano bar clearly that number three let's review the first two and vote number one hiking trail creeper confronting a man accused of taking unwanted photographs on a hiking trail in sandy bell's Kenyan border candidate number two he knew right where to go and how to do it a guy named Jesse James Carlton install the safe in a person's home and then returned later and stole the safe and Boehner Canada number three it ain't good for the sound of it when you drop a piano we go this is round two of your **** voting you've got to decide of these three candidates which one is the worst which one deserves to go.

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"james carlton" Discussed on X96

X96

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on X96

"Of it Jesse James Carlton of Bingle Idaho gain Shane Ewing of Smithfield Gaiden James bagel of Richmond were each charged in first just record with aggravated burglary and other crimes over the weekend somebody broke into a home in Garden City creating a large hole in the back of her closet which shares a wall than a date Jason storage warehouse so so they broke in the house by the following through the war only through the wall a shade James you name a kid Jesse James you he's gonna be a criminal a a safe containing fifty thousand dollars several boxes of ammunition for Harley Davidson shirts we want to protect those and a Harley Davidson jacket two rings in several documents including social security guards burst into gets credit cards vehicles vehicle titles were stolen a homeowner told effective the Carlton that is Jesse James Carlton had installed the safe in August Jesse James Carlton told her that the safe was very secure and that to steal the save somebody would have to break into the warehouse kick a hole through the back of the closet and then take it that way and that's exactly what happened she looked at it went Jesse James Cole will be either him Carl that told me that this is how no I was telling you how I was going to get in there police executed a search warrant on Mister Carlos property and found one of the missing ratings and he told police well I was just the look out for her Boehner candidate number two he knew right where to go and how to do it coming up in a moment **** candidate number three it ain't good for the sound of it when you drop a piano all rights round two bomber Canada number three after this Big Boy a news and opinion window brought to you by diversion eatery for pizza burgers tacos beer wine spirits today's wing Wednesday with five wings for three dollars and seventy five cents open daily from eleven to ten third west at five thirty five north diversion eatery dot com here's good news Sharon stone is open for business well you've been for quite sure what reindeer saw that movie Sharon stone is on the market and back on the apps good for you sure and sixty one year old basic instincts star spoke with you tease Lauren Xena at the Elton John aids foundation Academy Awards viewing party on Sunday about recent snafu involving her bumble account getting blocked well it's open now and I'm open for business she said well what about being unblocked in getting back into the dating world you would think Sharon stone would have enough like she wouldn't help local friends that she wouldn't well I thought I read when when she first got on that she did this because she doesn't want to date anybody in the industry she just wants to date a regular person but I don't know if it seems to me you could she could just yeah I send a young boy out to recruit people for her you don't need bumble but it's anybody for her I don't think said after turning down several men there might have been at that might have been responsible for her getting her account blocked I think I said no to a couple of people that thought it would be a nice way to be not so nice back I think some people don't like to hear no I don't want to go out with you and so they made some stuff up to I made and then bumble shut down her account she confirmed that her account is back up and she said I'm Dayton through the app it's going okay and have a nice time I met a couple of nice people and I've made a couple of nice friends doing that and so what is she looking for in a partner you probably wonder I do want to know what does it say on her bumble account I'm looking for someone who wants to have a training no caring she's looking for your case I'm looking for a training I'm looking for someone to have a caring and compassionate and loving relationship just like anybody all she's a regular.

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Changing your favorite eight. Oh eight even better pick up an extra half point so Illinois or the opening touchdown and goes for two and get Saddam be guaranteed at least because well northwestern may or may not score the entirety of the game next up. I'M GONNA go under Georgia and Georgia Tech Forty six and a half Georgia's defense by for the best in the SEC. Would say in probably one of the three or four best in the country. Georgia Tech. Is God awful and they play a godawful. Oh conference but George ends up winning this from something like thirty one to seven and you'll be all right covering that under forty six and a half NEXT UP NAVY MINUS AGE at Houston will lay the eight on the midshipmen Houston bad football team again late in the season absolutely nothing to play for. They essentially packed it in certain redshirt juniors seniors so they can all come back and play next year. I'll lady eight with the ball. Control offense with navy and then finally Ohio State Michigan under forty nine and a half another very under fifty so I even picked up an extra half point. There feel very good about that Under that our boss going to attempt to do everything in his power to slow this game down on top of that Ohio. Oh state very good defensively and I think Michigan might be able to contain Ohio state just a little bit. I don't know if they'll be able to score chase young may or may end up without four foreshocks in this game. But I do like the under fifty of that contest you know James Carlton Carlton State Farm Insurance Agency is my insurance sage. So this is a first hand endorsement of James Carlton and his staff in Webster Groves. Three one four nine one forty eight hundred or go online at Carlton Insurance Prince Dot Net. I think a lot of people. Just go Kay. Well I've got a guy I've got a lady I'm good. I don't really care to talk about insurance. It's something you know. I'm twenty five of whatever and that's fine. I understand I used to think the same way and then I go down to my basement on March thirtieth of two thousand nineteen in the basements flooded and the world changes it just so happens because my interactions with James James have been so positive that my wife and I switched to James Carlton in late two thousand eighteen. And I'm telling you if we had not the Odyssey you that has been a flooded basement. Throughout all of this precipitation in Saint Louis would have been an infinitely more difficult to navigate without. Somebody is active and on top of it is James Carlton. His phone number is three and four nine. Six one forty eight hundred or you can go online at Carlton Carlton Insurance Dot Net. And even now he's still checks in you know I mean it's it's just a different ballgame even before we had that. Which of course was a substantial issue? Shoe you know. We weren't covered on something right for forgotten to make a payment. It wasn't like it was like some monster. Payment was a small payment. He's like hey just so you know You ever I made the payment WanNa make sure that's taking care of your covered. It's just it's it's different. It's different in a much better way. And that's why you know if if you ran into me at a at a bar restaurant and said hey you know and I have had happened. Hey Tim who's had insurance agent people email me and I. James Carla include him on the on the email and I know he's he's going to be on top that I don't think twice about. Oh Yeah let me tell you about him and then somebody actually wants to follow up. And I'm like Oh God I hope he does okay. The best the absolute loot best. And you're talking about your biggest investments. She WanNa make sure they're taking care of properly James Carlton and his staff called and.

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Dozens Of Nonnative Marine Species Have Invaded The Galapagos Islands

All Things Considered

02:52 min | 3 years ago

Dozens Of Nonnative Marine Species Have Invaded The Galapagos Islands

"Cornish. The Galapagos islands are like a biological arc in the eastern Pacific Ocean. There giant tortoises and swimming iguanas and numerous creatures found nowhere else is one of the world's most protected places. But scientists have discovered that dozens of exotic species have invaded the Galapagos underwater NPR's Christopher Joyce reports on this unexpected finding marine biologists James Carlton remembers when he first got to thinking that the Galapagos islands may not be as pristine as people thought on my first visit to the Galapagos collected some samples from both bottom barnacles sponges and other hitchhikers that was nineteen eighty-seven Carlton didn't know if those creatures he found were native or not so four years ago he and a team of scientists decided to return and take a closer. Look, we didn't know quite what to do. Expect what they did know was that on land. There were lots of invasive species species that are not native to the islands, but in the surrounding ocean. Scientists only knew of five invaders everything else presumably was native when Carlton's team looked underwater. However, they found a hoard of invaders and now we have fifty three which is a rather stunning increase marine biologist. Gregory Ruiz says they found exotic species on pilings docks and mangrove roots. They hung plastic plates underwater in all sorts of alien invertebrates latched onto them at the Smithsonian environmental research center in Maryland, where he works Ruiz shows me, the invasions lab, researchers here track invasive species around the world, this is a organism that we've found in the Galapagos tuna could also known as a sea squirt a tiny tube-like animal. He has more invaders in glass bowls filled with alcohol barnacle. Nls LG, CNN enemies. They're described in the journal aquatic invasions recess rising tourism in the Galapagos means more boats, docks, pilings, transportation and homes. For invasive, these organisms aren't just footnotes in the biology. Text zebra mussels invaded the Great Lakes and caused havoc the tiny parasite called MS X has killed millions of choice tres in the Chesapeake Bay on the east coast James Carlton now, professor emeritus at Williams. College says tracking invaders helps authorities stem they're spread he expects other tropical areas or heavily invaded as well. And in a protected place. Let the Galapagos he says their presence means something's been lost. We value a world that we think represents nature before we began altering it before we began removing species, Abby species and changing the abundance of species, even in the Galapagos that were. World is

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"james carlton" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on KCRW

"Pacific Ocean. There giant tortoises and swimming iguanas and numerous creatures found nowhere else is one of the world's most protected places. But scientists have discovered that dozens of exotic species have invaded the Galapagos underwater NPR's Christopher Joyce reports on this unexpected finding marine biologists James Carlton remembers when he first got to thinking that the Galapagos islands may not be as pristine as people thought on my first visit to the Galapagos collected some samples from both bottom barnacles sponges and other hitchhikers that was nineteen eighty-seven Carlton didn't know if those creatures he found were native or not so four years ago he and a team of scientists decided to return and take a closer. Look, we didn't know quite what to expect what they did know was that on land. There were lots of invasive species species that are not native to the islands, but in the surrounding ocean. Scientists only knew of five invaders everything. Else presumably was native when Carlton's team looked underwater. However, they found a hoard of invaders and now we have fifty three which is a rather stunning increase marine biologist. Gregory Ruiz says they found exotic species on pilings docks and mangrove roots. They hung plastic plates underwater in all sorts of alien invertebrates latched onto them at the Smithsonian environmental research center in Maryland, where he works Ruiz shows me, the invasions lab, researchers here track invasive species around the world, this is a organism that we've found in the Galapagos tuna tuna could also known as a sea squirt a tiny tube-like animal. He has more invaders in glass bowls filled with alcohol, barnacles, algae, CNN enemies. They're described in the journal aquatic. Invasions Ruiz says rising tourism in the Galapagos means more boats docks and pilings, transportation and. Homes for invasive these organisms aren't just put notes in the biology. Text zebra mussels invaded the Great Lakes and caused havoc the tiny parasite called MS X has killed millions of wasters in the Chesapeake Bay on the east coast James Carlton now, professor emeritus at Williams. College says tracking invaders helps a thirty stem. They're spread he expects other tropical areas or heavily invaded as well. And in a protected place. Let the Galapagos he says their presence means something's been lost. We've a world that we think represents nature before we began altering it before we began moving species, Abby species and changing the abundance of species, even in the Galapagos that world is disappearing. Christopher Joyce NPR news. Los Angeles has begun a process a multibillion dollar program to build more housing for the homeless. And that is of course, the good news. The bad news is that construction has been very slow, and it's been really expensive with some units, costing almost half a million dollars to build each. So officials are looking for ways to bring down those costs and to speed up the construction that includes holding a contest and more on that from KCRW saw Gonzales. I'm in a cavernous room in downtown, Los Angeles and around me standing next to models and architectural drawings are people who say they have solutions to end L homeless crisis..

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"If your insurance costs a leg and arm calls James Carlton state farm final question. In here. I'm going to the for my time purposes. This I've gotten a lot of emails about this. I don't want to overstate that either. I've gotten a few emails, but it surprising that I've gotten a number. So I'm calling it a lot. It's been like five about like somebody emailed in about an introvert book. And then I deleted the Email. And now I've forgotten what the name of it was. So if that guy's listening Email me, and then he'll be able to mention it on the next questions from the audience. You seem to love to socialize with people yet have stated multiple times on air that you don't like leaving your house and enjoy being by yourself. So do you consider yourself to be an introvert extrovert to answer the question? It's introvert to address the body of the question. I that that I don't like leaving the house. That's kind of a away at joke at self deprecating. It's more playing on I guess like the cat kind of has inadvertently created like. Backlash against me. He did it with the inside S T L dot com. Message board like twelve years ago, and now has done it with TMA fan page for people are so conscious of agreeing with me that they're like ring the gong, or I know it's a lemming things that I to put it as clamor on it, and it sucks because now I'm going through that again which fucking miserable. And I know you might be like, what are you even talking about because you're not on the TMA fan page. But it's just like I'm like, oh, here's two thousand seven again. That's great because the cat calls. The people who agree with me lemmings and rally they just happen to agree with me, or they might be like, I don't really agree with guys politics. He's making a decent point. Even though I don't even know my own politics. It's just I'm really not on board with theocracies that essentially as my p-, my political party. I'm not on board with theocracies don't care what the religion is just not on board with the ABC's. And and so I'm you know, that that's something that is playing on that a cat thing where out Tim's one of the cools because I'm like. Yeah. I'm I mean on Friday nights. I can't keep my eyes open past eleven o'clock. So if I'm so cool, why am I barely able to keep my eyes open at eleven o'clock. And I also know that he really really doesn't think that cool. So it's me kind of also playing along with the exaggeration thing. So I mean, I, you know, it just it just so for me, I don't like to be out in shitty weather, and so therefore we'll have maybe two or three months. Great weather in Saint Louis of twelve and I like to be out in that. If it's rainy of it's hotter than hell. It's cold as can be. I'm just not interested. I'm just not. And then you make your so soft snowflake..

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

05:47 min | 3 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"If your insurance costs, leg and arm called James Carlton state farm. So is there video of this exchange? There was no video. But man, Jim Rome was an Elkington Elkington came to my defense because basically it was the whole situation. And and I I love my caddy's. I I really do and Mike who I fired we still have a relationship. Well, I I haven't seen him for a while. But you know, we were able to patch things up. But it was like it's the whole thing about, you know, showing up on time staying up with your player and shutting up showing up staying up and shutting up, and he you know, he just kept coming back at me. And at that point. I was like I didn't have a choice, you know. So anyway, it was funny though, the week before before the the caddy firing in Toronto you get to eight footers to win. So are you in the final group with hunter? Oh, yeah. So you're in the final group yet, and we would like four or five shot lead over the third place guy. So so, you know, it's you to the intern on the sixteenth t- that par-three I knew pretty much that one of us was gonna win. And at that point. I think I had a shot lead. Okay. And where he. Really really won the tournament was on seventeen because he didn't have very good tee shot. You did in the bunker. Then he laid it up because he didn't have a good lie. And he hit his third shot over the green in a re- in a precarious spot. And somehow he was able to get it up and down, and I had a good putt on seventeen didn't make it. But if he makes he makes double on seventeen I would've won that tournament. And then you know, we both hit it in their close in regulation on eighteen. He I I had a seven footer footer whatever I didn't make it and he had like a five foot or he made his to force the plane before supply off. And then we hit basically the identical shots in there again in the playoff, and, you know, one of these days, I'll sit down and watch that again with my kids. You have not watched it. I can't I can't sit there and watch it. Right. And there's probably video. I mean, there's I probably watch the whole damn thing. Yeah. So I'm curious. What what's I mean? You know? I mean, the closest thing I've got like member guests tournaments. You know? I mean, you know, and still though people love it guys 'cause like to competition, right? You're putting to win your first a million dollars. Yeah. Oh my God. Yeah. So can you picture what's going on in your mind? You still picture that scene? What are you thinking? What are you feeling? Do you? Remember did it feel differently than other putz? Yeah. I was nervous. I remember. I had a pounding headache, you know, pounding headed probably even from like a headache from Noor, I I didn't usually. But for some reason I did in in this one. I mean, you know, I, and I I was excited, but I was nervous. And I felt if I could have just obviously if you make you win, and you know, I just I just didn't I didn't make either one of them. And it was almost the identical putt poll. It pushes short. I missed them. I'm this. I missed them both low, you know, so, but I. You know, I don't have any regrets. I mean, certainly I would love to have one because it probably would have changed my career, but I don't have any regrets on my career because I think I made one hundred and eighty cuts, and I probably shouldn't have made one. So that's what I always fall back on do. I wish I would've won absolutely. But it didn't happen. You know? And I and it wasn't for a lack of trying. I know that for a fact was that one tougher than the one in seven. Yeah. That was a seven oh eight. John John Deere. Yeah. And it was at a three man playoff. Yeah. So John Deere had its own, you know. I mean, every every every everybody has a story. So the John Deere one would I I wasn't having a very good year. I was staying at the at the hotel at the airport my kids drove up and fan. My wife and kids drove up on like Friday in right outside my window was the John Deere plane that would take the players to the British Open. And I'm thinking God, it'd be nice to be on that plane. But at that point, I wasn't in the British Open. I didn't even try to qualify for the British Open. And this was on like Friday, so Saturday, I go out, and I shoot some ridiculous score. I think I shot sixty two on Saturday to get into position maybe sixty one it was either sixty two or sixty one. And then Sunday, you know, I was really nervous. I we in the final group again. I don't think I was in the final group. Maybe I was because I was playing with Kenny Perry. So maybe I was in the final group. But anyway, you fire wasn't he? Yeah. And I remember he chunked a chip on the last hole, and he still had to make like a four footer to get in the to tie me. And he did. But there were so many crazy things happen that we are in the playoff Brad anamolous. Okay. Moore island. But I'll I'll never forget. You know, my my daughter like was having a she was having like migraines and throwing up on the golf course during the final round might my son George who was just he was probably like two years old. He was going to the bathroom outside the ropes. I mean, there was just so much. There's so much shit going on. And and I remember thinking all right. I'm gonna play off. I mean, I was nervous in the problem with the playoff. There was that eighteenth hole was really difficult, and I didn't hit a great tee shot. And I tried to go for the green hit in the water. And I was done in like ended. So fast. I didn't even feel like it's kind of like when you get in a fight and you get punched right in the jaw and you don't you? You're not even able to fight anti climatic. So the good thing is I got a chance because

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

05:17 min | 3 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Month. You know, I make one thousand dollars a month. I take home six hundred some odd dollars a month after taxes, you know, and that amount that, you know, exists in our city hasn't changed in twenty nine years. Is there some abuse out there there probably are situations like that? But by and large, you know, you know, we're your point is that this is rarely somebody fulltime job rice. And so, yeah, that's that's that's I don't I think that's. Predominantly invalid. So in general, I'm curious do you think just in general, the emerge earlier could happen in would you be in favor of it? Or is it just something that you just don't see being in the best interests of this region. Waking away what we're talking about right now rider together. I, you know, I mean, I think. Well, we had a unique situation with James Carlton of the Carlton state farm insurance agency and that is after working with him doing his spots. I got to a point where I said I have to make the switch to you James and I had to make the switch to him because he did something really quickly for us. That was important to inside us to yell and it was taken care of much more efficiently than past experiences with other insurance companies. And I'm like James, I got a switch to you. And he's like, oh, I don't want you to do that. If you're going to be an awkward spot with your current insurance guy. And I said, listen, I understand and I appreciate that. In other words. It wasn't like, yeah. I'll advertise with if you switch your business over to me. That's where he was. But he was so good and his staff was so good that I had to make the switch, and it has been an absolute game changer for me and my wife our family, and that's when it got down to it. When I thought I had to do I had. Take care of my family, and you can't leave yourself exposed in any capacity that can put your family in a bad spot, whether that be life insurance, whether that be disability insurance, or what we all know that we have to have insured, and that is of course, home and auto insurance James Carlton at three one four nine six one forty eight hundred or online at Carlton insurance dot net. He makes sure that you call him during business hours, you were going to have your call answered. And how refreshing is that sounds very basic. But James goes above and beyond what most companies are doing right now to make sure you know, that the customer service, you're going to get his better than any other place on top of that he can save you money. Three one four nine six one forty eight hundred or go online at Carlton insurance dot net. If your insurance costs an arm, call James Carlton, state farm. I think if there are ways addenda fide that could result in a reentry of the city of Saint Louis without adverse tax burden being placed on the backs of you know, of the residents of Saint Louis county, it could be should be looked at. But better together has gone about. They say they've said, well, they've they've sought the input of all the stakeholders. Well, that is that's just not true that I I happen. To know I've been told directly by leaders of the municipal league that they've repeatedly reached out, and and you know, sought to sit down and talk with better together. And they they refused. So they've they've had all these public meetings saying, well, we've got input from the public. You know, but they've not talked with the people who have the most, insight and knowledge and experience into local government and deliverance of services where the revenues has come from. And what the costs are to provide the. Services. Something that I think is important to discuss a number of times, you said it's a money grabbed power grab. What do you think is is the angle I gave you Megan greens thought process not to say that she knows? But she thinks it's about getting rid of the city earnings tax by putting it as a part of one whole thing. What do you think what is the power grab? What is the money grab? Where how does how does that benefit better together? I think better together you look at their border directors is is no doubt made up of many successful business high level executives in in in large businesses. And there's the civic progress piece. So I think a lot of those people are smart well-meaning people who've been successful in their individual fields, and the, and you know, I think it's it's an easy perception to sell to the public that the cause of the problems in the area are the the eighty nine minutes potties. Well, that's when when I contemplate think about it. And I think you know, I I've over the years I've acquired a perspective the in an insight that that, you know, the average resident does not have they. I think they they see that they know the problems of the city of Saint Louis, and they they see the revenues that are available as I mentioned many, you know, because there have been a lot of. Tremendous revenues raised in in Saint Louis county, recently, they they see that as a source of revenue I just

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

12:51 min | 3 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"One forty eight hundred or go online at Carlton insurance dot net. If your insurance costs an arm, call James Carlton state farm, and I and I've said this I was I saw Dr yesterday who I know his done very well for himself, and he's a doctor. But I mean, he's very well from self great guy smart guy. No, I d where he is politically. But he was his asking what what it's you know, what my experience has been like now as a parent, and I told them how much I loved it and said some of the same things that I said to you here earlier on the podcast, but one of the things that I've said to my wife in private, and I will now say on the podcast is this. It's a battle as many of you already know two parent when you. Just have one child, and you might even be in a spot as as I am lucky enough to be in where my wife does not work. And so she takes care of them. Plus, we have all four of our parents all who live within God, no more than twenty minutes of us. And so we have, you know, free free. Can I say babysitting since they're not the parents or will I get hate mail for free babysitting. And Annemarie is able to watch him, you know, and we're we're not lost in the like, oh, I should be entitled to that. Because I've been able to do this or that I'm lucky man. I am fucking lucky lucky lucky lucky, but even with that it's still can be an absolute battle. And that's being in a really lucky position. I mean, I, you know, I mean it just. And so when he's going batch shit, and we're both like, oh my God. What I've said to her. And then she'll go got you're you're right. And it's not like, a, you know, heal the world that may appeal to my, you know. You know, liberal wing of the audience. It's just my honest thought. And that is I can't imagine what it's like for a single mother. Or father but single mothers. Specifically is what I picture more often than not who has multiple children who's working multiple jobs just to tread water. And here we are in a spot where I fuck off on the radio for three hours. I fuck off on a podcast three times a week. And yes, I've taken some chances. And fortunately, a few of them have worked out, and it's it's put me in a in a better spot, which then allows my wife to to stay at home with our son. But I it's not, you know, the sole thing with your position not that anybody was saying like an shitty way. If anything was probably setting a complimentary way, but the money's no object, which is just respectfully I say that's just not accurate. But either way I also am aware that it's a different position. That I consider fortunate. I mean, it's not like it wasn't done. Like, I said, I don't know certainly hard work. But also, some calculated risks is what I would describe more entrepreneurial. But either way that you you also take shots that don't work out. I've got I've got plenty of swings and misses to and and plenty of people have done way better than I have for certain. But either way taking that out of the equation, just recognizing the the good fortune that I've that I've had and that I'm forty when I had our first child, and we were in a different situation as opposed to say twenty or twenty five or in a spot where you got to you know, everybody's working and working multiple jobs, and so on and so forth. And then you sit there, and you go my God, how would somebody how would somebody even possibly possibly be able to to do that? And so I have the ought most. You know, who I respect I respect people who do things that ida's go, I couldn't possibly do it. And whether that's somebody. Who goes, you know, what I can't believe what I saw on September eleventh, and I am signing up for the military services. I'm serving a signing up because that's my principal. God bless you. I would I just I don't have the balls to do it. So I mean, how can I mean, even if I'm anti Iraq war? I am pro somebody having that courage and doing what they think is the right thing to do. And so I suppose that would be a good conservative talking point. But it's how I personally feel and I have the utmost respect for a single mother whose grinding through working as many jobs as possible to attempt to raise multiple children by herself. I couldn't do it. I couldn't do it. And then it's it's like I said, it's just like one life experience that is that that that makes you see things differently. It doesn't change me politically. But it makes me have a great. It makes me or greater empathy. I guess would be the word which I guess is now kind of been used now as a bad word in some parts. But I mean, it's it's it's an honest feeling. That's how I see it. And I, and I don't think I could have you can say it before you have a child, and you certainly can have every intent of meaning it, but until you actually do you go. Oh my God. Like, this is the Jason Robards to Steve Martin and the nineteen eighty eight film parenthood which was supposedly based in Kirkwood. Even though it was not shot and Kirkwood. I'm paraphrasing because you never crossed the goal line. As a parent. You never get to do your touchdown dance. It's always there and Jason Robards. I think at the time was I think his character was supposed to be an a seventies. And even then he's dealing with one son. Who's a degenerate gambler Steve Martin's losing his job and has a behavioral issue with one of his kids and Dodd daughters, a mom who's having trouble with her daughter. And it's it's it's just it never ends not like when they're eighteen and ends. It's a constant thing. And so I just look at that have the greatest appreciation for it. But all while saying that, you know, one of our next guest coming up on the podcast is the Chesterfield mayor Bob nation. And so even though he's coming from one of the highest income zip codes, you're going to find in the Saint Louis area and is not for the merger. Just because. His constituents have done well for themselves. However, it's wound up happening. And I feel like now it's like invoked like shit on people who've been successful. You know, like look at these privileged white kids at the Lincoln monument. You know, and that was shit on them, which I totally disagree with that. The is he still has every right to express his concerns. What is his concerns and the concerns of his constituency get disregarded because they've made more money than others. We're all pulling in the same direction and the best interests of the community are working together to try and make it work, which will require some compromise. But if you come to the table with the mindset that I want nothing to do with the black community or on the other side of it. You come to the table with the mindset that I want nothing to do with the white community. Well, I, you know, you're welcome to share that. But you're probably not going to be at the table when we get the deal done. So. I feel like a lot of the backlash to the potential proposal from better together. And as I sit here and talk about it. It's still has not been as far as the details and the deal itself been released and that could come at any moment making that comment somewhat dated. But I think in part because of better together you heard from Megan Greece. So it's it's funny. And I made this point about nation. You know, Megan green, certainly be the first one to say she is on the left. Bob nation. Certainly was happy to say he is on the right, but they both are against the better together proposal, even though they're not aware of what the proposal is. There are a number of people who aren't and not when I'm not mocking that common. It's because they don't think that some of the things that have been discussed in the best interest of what they think is in the best interest of the region and just had different reasons for getting there. One coming for the left one coming at it from the right for Megan. The one percent earnings taxes of great concern for Bob and many of his constituents is you will hear him coming up in our next interview. View. It's we don't want to take on some of the problems of the city, and we're very concerned about that. And we really don't like the idea of the state of Missouri voting on something that does not impact the vast majority of the state of Missouri should be voted on by the people the Saint Louis city and Saint Louis county. So do we well? Well, Bob's representing a bunch of rich people. So fuck him or Megan's, representing you know, the left wing progressive people of the city of Saint Louis, we're not going to listen to her. That's and I recognize that goes on. And I know that in to an extent subconsciously, I'm certain that. I do it. You know? I mean, if President Trump pops up, you know, at a briefing and his care, we go, you know, but doesn't mean everything he's saying is right or else you have to it's like eight to try to strip it away. Okay. What do you think? And then not take it as plagiarism from somebody else. And then Perritt those those talking points. So when I was watching for example, Donnybrook which I watched and I saw Alvin read out a couple of weeks ago that we wanted to be asking. And I said, and and my wife who like laughs at me for watching Donnybrook, and I saw Alvin what's up, man? I twice I love watching the show. And I said I might be one of your youngest viewers, but I'm Donnybrook guy. DVR watch it. He goes, well, we ought to have you on. I don't know if you really want that. But I said I- I legitimately love it. And I was one of the things that truly surprised me. But it was I opening Alvin read and a couple members of the panel said this thing is not gonna work better together things not going to work. And Alvin said it's going to be a disaster with school districts in a Mike. Oh, I would have thought the majority of the panel would have been. For it. But actually, they were I I don't know if it was all against it. But certainly the majority were against it or say, it's just not going to work and gave reasons that I hadn't heard before which I think is healthy. And I realized in a way it's almost talking about this stuff like it's utopian world because in reality, even here's I talk about being trying attempting to be open to a different variety of perspectives. I know that I sound like I'm infallible in that capacity. I fucked that up, but that's why you know. So with regard to I got an Email about this with regard to to the Megan green interview it, but it's something I saw restate at now somebody said I noticed when when you do these interviews it's a different approach than for example questions from the audience because you you don't jump in like counter, and I get your one hundred percent, right? I've said it before. But I know that you know, there's new listeners now from the outset my approach on interviews is not. And I know this kind of makes it have a negative. Connotation, but for the purpose of attempting to explain it. It would something it'll resonate with people is not a cable news or a meet the press style of interview, it's a conversation. And so in a conversation. You don't jump in and go hold on a second real quick. Let me point to this that you said here, you know, in August of two thousand seventeen that's not that's on our conversation works, and what I have found in my experience with regard to that style of interview, you wind up getting more from your guests, and I will opine on questions from the audience if someone is passing something off factually that is not a fact, and I am aware of it. I jump in. That's for example, a famous segment infamous famous depending on your perspective recently on TMA was when Doug was talking about his viewpoint with regard to it all started with chick with Chick-fil-A and not being open on Sundays, and then spending money with I guess, a lobby so to speak that was aunt perceived by LGBT activists is being anti LGBT. And and then Doug got into his his perspective on Islam, and one of the new congress people swearing on the Koran as opposed to the bible, and he was saying some things that I you know, like and people like man, I wish Tim would jump in more, and

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

05:06 min | 3 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Off. You know, it's pretty simple. Twitter, John, you learn the guests here on the Tim mckernan show. And they're brought to you by James Carlton of the James Carlton. State farm insurance agency three one four nine six one forty eight hundred three one four nine six one forty one hundred James Carlton, online at Carlton insurance dot net. So good at what he does that. I switched from my old insurance agent to James Carlton, and it's meant a world of difference. Number one. I was just existing without disability insurance. Now, I realize you might go will you sit in front of a microphone in talk nonsense for a living. So how much risk is there author? There's some kind of accident, and I wouldn't be able to work gotta make sure my wife and son are taken care of. And I didn't realize that. I was that exposed while James Carlton took care of that. And now let me pull this out on my phone here. I'll tell you exactly what's doing with the state farm James's numbers. Three one four nine six one forty eight hundred it's called the state farm drive safe and say. Save up, and it's just a little bluetooth connection in your phone. And and what it does is they put a little beacon in your car or you put it in your car, and every time you take a trip you actually do save money. So I'm going to click on my car, and then view my discount and just by driving and the monitoring the way that I'm driving how formed driving is that really don't drive that far with the station being close to where I live. I've save fifty bucks on my insurance this month, and I just installed the thing like two weeks ago. So the any these are things I just never heard about. They're pretty easy. It was pretty basic. I think it took all thirty seconds to set up. And when you have somebody who knows the industry, and is at the forefront of the Istorii didn't just get into the industry's kind of a default career there. The people you want to be involved with they're the people who are going to save you money, and they're the people are going to make sure that you're covered as opposed to being left exposed like I was with disability James called the person three one four nine six one forty eight hundred or go online at Carlton insurance dot net. If your insurance costs the leg and arm called James Carlton state farm, so with all of your cardinal baseball that you have seen. What is the greatest moment that you have been waiting. Did. You just what? Over the. Locking it hit the wall. And then it went in shock. Oh, yeah. Back to you in the studio game six twenty isn't it? There's nothing can top it. I mean, sometimes when I'm in a bad mood. I'll call it up on YouTube and it. It's like, oh my God. It's a great. I agree. And and you know, down at the stadium. Sometimes they'll before the game. You'll have interviews with fans say what's your greatest moment of and most of them won't even say that. How can it not? You know, I hear the OSCE home run eighty five alive because new Jack made a great caller that you know, but the cardinal's didn't even win the World Series that year, you know, they they won that series against the dodgers. But they didn't win the World Series. This was in the World Series and lead them to actually winning the World Series. And and it it happened. They had to come back what twice line. Then the homeowners win it home run. I mean, there could be no greater moment in that, man. Real hands down your let me interject here. I so. Yeah, I you have an official sports take you. I wanna talk about that moment. Yeah. Yeah. We're we're about I was on exactly where I why we've talked about this on the radio at my mom's house has the sports bar basement. And she has two couches, and I was the sleep on the your life did hang on sleep on the right couch. My then boyfriend now husband him was looking straight on my mom, and my sister were on the other cat. So I was kind of falling asleep and then all of. Sudden it starts and David freeze does that. And it's just and then I got up and they were cheering. I mean, it was the coolest thing ever. So. Yeah, let's probably my favorite moment. Really? I was watching it at my my place and we live downtown at the time. And I remember we had hardwood floors. We're living in a park Pacific. Actually, if you know that I fell on the ground at handprints on the floor because I guess I was sweating. And I just couldn't believe it like my favorite is actually freezes triple more than free. Yeah. Because you are a strike away from losing the World Series written it off. Yes. I the game. When the bulb that went over Nelson Cruise's head and went off the wall there. No that Gulf. Yeah. Golf gas station is is is seared in my mind forever. I mean, we in our room there. You know, because it was the well we were all in the in the broom everybody was crowded in. We had people in there who shouldn't have been in there because everybody wanted to it was and the whole play derived. So we bad. Yes. And it was hard for me to open the microphone announced the next. Who was like? Yeah. I just screaming.

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"If your insurance costs a leg and arm, call James Carlton state farm, and and so it's it gets to a weird spot. When as I've said before, and it's not these aren't people go go that you're taking shots at the post dispatch dance it which I'm not it's just when you would. Things about your business or yourself or somebody work with and you go. Wow. That's not true. And you like, no, it's not true. You actually know that it's not true, but all your life. It's just it's just kind of the way it's still way. I would imagine ninety now maybe things have changed here in the fake news air over the last couple of years, but all of your life before that most people, I think wolf it's in the newspaper to subliminally, they accept it. As fact or the way headlines can frame the narrative before you read a word and the first paragraph of the story. And all my God. Now, I've been on the other side of it and not to again, I don't think it was done at all anytime actually with any form of an agenda. It's sometimes I choose not to speak, and I guess it's been to my detriment, whereas others have and then they're not necessarily representing things accurately, and it gets it gets it into a weird spot. And then therefore what happens is there becomes a misperception. I'm a hundred percent confident. I one hundred percent confident just flat out. No that regarding some stuff in recent history that there is a misconception for people with some things that have gone on which I realize I'm speaking is is vague as possible in bothers me to no end because I know it's not true. And it's like oh here. Text messages that would show either you're running around telling people that true. But you know, what are you gonna do? You can't try to snuff out every time somebody the differences, and this is the thing because my dad would always say Tammy. I was in media sales. I know the bullshit that you wind up deal with in this business, and this goes back years ago, and I go, you're right. But there's one difference and the differences yours your job. Even though your immediate. You were media sales yours wasn't in the public eye, and that's the difference. And usually when you're written about or talked about on forums. Mattel message boards. I'm talking about, you know, a radio show or potentially television that in your public figure you're making millions of dollars,.

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

04:01 min | 3 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"And and yet, and I recall in conversations with people will just you just going to have to let some people go. And I'm like, I can't do that. I mean, I can again kind of being the theme of this. I can. But if I do here here is how the hand will play out and here are the ramifications of the hand playing out this way. So all I can do is cut. What I'm paying myself number one. That's something I control cut what I'm paying my wife's and she worked at the place, and and do whatever I can to increase revenue because if I start something, and and then just start whacking people left and right. And I mean, I'm telling you in fourteen years of inside us, y'all. I don't think I've like let go double digits, which I think is actually a flaw. Double digits employs. I'm saying not not that we have three hundred person workforce or anything. But I just I, you know, I don't know. Some people say, it's a great trait. Other people say, oh my God. That's like horrific to hear do with it. What you want that? Those those are the numbers and so much of it was I just wanted people to say good things. And then also it's a weird spot. Like, I had John Hewlett in. And him in learn will be upcoming here or depending on when you're listening to this. It's already up, and we were walking out of the radio station after we did the interview, and he goes so you own this, right? And I go a lot of people think that I was given ownership as is incentive to come over here in two thousand sixteen up and gave that ownership back and explain the whole reasoning behind it. And and and I said it's said, it was it was very difficult thing because I said to John I said to be the equivalent of you doing your show on case she which he's been doing since nineteen seventy six and then afterwards, then you're managing the people who are working case she or they'll be the people on air off air. That's a weird dynamic, and then for a lot of these people, I guess almost every single one minus Charlie I was younger than the ball. And so it was also an in whether that should matter shouldn't. But I mean, I'm thirty five at the time. I think. Yeah. Thirty six at the time, you know, and it's not like your, you know, eighteen but still, you know, you're certainly younger, and it just it just factored in and so as far as perception goes. It's so important to me. I think the thing that would probably associated with me would be odd content, which is fine. I get it. Because I'm the one that provides the content or provokes the odd content might be the better p were there. And by that, I mean consciously choreographs it to get to odd content. But what is most important to me when it gets down to it? Like behind the scenes is fairness. Well, we had a unique situation with James Carlton of the Carlton state farm insurance agency and that is after working with him doing his spots. I got to a point where I said I have to make the switch to James and I had to make the switch to him because he did something really quickly for us. That was important to inside us T L, and it was taken care of which more efficiently than a past experiences with other insurance companies. And I'm like James, I gotta switch to you. And then he's like, oh, I don't want you to do that. If you're going to be an awkward spot with your current insurance guy. And I said, listen, I understand and I appreciate that. In other words, it wasn't like, yeah. I'll advertise with if you switch your business over to me. That's where he was. But he was so good and his staff was so good that I had to make the switch, and it has been an absolute game changer for me and my wife our family, and that's when it got down to it. When I thought I had to do I had to take care of my..

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"If your insurance costs league an arm call James Carlton state farm, I have. Indianapolis, plus five and a half, you're on the weatherman point. Yes. And I and let me dive into the homefield really quick. I mean, there's going to be a lot. Sure, there's going to be a lot of hoosiers did Kansas City Camaro hit Camaro head. But, but I think that I think the home field in this case is going to be overblown by Vegas, and maybe the public at large, especially the third number one seed, I if you look at what they've done this season it well, first of all I mean, arrowheads known as having one of the better home field advantages. I mean in the NFL, I mean, they're no no Seattle. No Baltimore, Pittsburgh, things like that. But there's certainly usually get the general three points here, you may you may be getting three and a half or four points because this this home field, but they may not really be that good at home, especially this year. They they've had two huge home games in December. And they went one and one one against the chargers. One against Baltimore. And they went oh and two against the spread and those were huge games playoff type games. And other than that. The toughest game. They've played it home was was probably the Broncos back in October. And they won by touchdown. So it's not there this year. And I think that the reason the home field isn't there is because the defense is so shitty and the home field advantage, you if you look at those huge homefield advantage teams, historically, Seattle Baltimore, Pittsburgh. They usually build from the defense the fans get get energy from the defense. The defense gets from the fans in in Kansas City when Mahomes throws seventy yard touchdown. They go nuts. But then it comes back the other way, two seconds later. So the the stadiums just let out of the air. So with that said airs let out of the stadium. I wasn't going to say it. What did I say you up stadiums went out of the air either? Either way. That's what I meant. I must say, I know I know that Princess, but I just want to correct. That's not what you said. No, I meant the stadiums. And I know that and I was just clarifying. Okay. The point is you're on the colts. Right. But it, but you sticking with the home field advantage. You gotta look at what the colts have done. They've had to play off type games one playoff game on the road. And before that it was the winner. Go home game in Tennessee against playoff playoff-caliber competition, and they've just dominated. So I mean, I'm just loving loving the situation that the games that Kansas City lost this year. We're on the road and those were against the the good teams, but they were all really high scoring really fast paced games, but they lost them by field goal or so and they didn't cover I mean. So Indianapolis, this is the weekend that the chiefs lose every year. No. Yeah. That to colds money line, probably the play and your lock is the over in that game for many of the same reasons and the. I'm a little afraid of the weather because they're saying maybe a dusting maybe as much as an interesting we're supposed to get a bunch of snow here in Saint Louis on Saturday. So I didn't know if that was gonna impact things over there. I think it's gonna start here Friday afternoon, I've met Ryan I've been watching because of this Vegas flight schedule that we got. That's right. You boys have your trip this week? We gotta get out of town. But but Kansas City supposed to get about maybe. And that's me. But I think this game will probably be just like those other games. I mentioned at New England at Pittsburgh against the chargers when they they they rattle off like twenty point thirty points in the in the final quarter because it's just a track track. Meet and in Kansas City can't stop shit there. It is g units plays are in. Hey, Ryan Kelly is a great sponsor of this podcast..

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"But he's on the eagles and saints over a fifty and a half he said unlike wildcard week, and this is just a bonus pick unlike wildcard week in this is the weekend to not be afraid of playing the overs. We have the saints Rams chiefs and patriots all back in three of those offenses are historically good. I see the saints getting up early ten nothing. The eagles pulling close to something like twenty two fourteen at halftime and New Orleans just wearing down Philadelphia in the second half to pull away thirty-seven twenty four. So if the weather and calls the score out. Exactly, right. I think that's point. We to style quit our jobs and just bet whatever he tells us to bed and shut it down. So there it is those are the plays this week from me only two games that were having to play as we have agreed to even though. So is the pick six podcast. So there it is next up is g unit. Well, we had a unique situation with James Carlton of the Carlton state farm insurance agency and that is after working with him doing his spots. I got to a point where I said I have to make the switch to you James, and I had to make the switch to him because he did something really quickly for us that was important to inside us to L, and it was taken care of much more efficiently than past experiences with other insurance companies. And I'm like James, I got a switch to you. And he's like, oh, I don't want you to do that. If you're going to be an awkward spot with your current insurance guy. And I said, listen, I understand and I appreciate that. In other words, it wasn't like, yeah. I'll advertise with if you switch your business over to me. That's where he was. But he was so good and his staff was so good that I had to make the switch, and it has been an absolute game. Changer for me, and my wife our family, and that's when it got down to it. When I thought I had to do I had to take care of my family, and.

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"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

The Tim McKernan Show

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"james carlton" Discussed on The Tim McKernan Show

"Wealth strategies, online at evergreen, S T, L dot com. Now, I guess I guess some would say well the Taylor's have donated a large amount of money throughout Saint Louis. Not just for the stadium. So are you talking about in general, you would like to see some of the dollars that they're using to fund the stadium? Be allocated. For some of these programs is that was that what you're making reference to. I'm saying that when you have. When you were giving allowing me say allowing or real taxes to be weighed to the tune of twenty six million dollars that would otherwise go towards the educational system. They should be able to look at our educational system and say they need more than just a million dollars. We have to we have to we have to turn the volume up when it comes to tutoring for kids that's below proficiency in the areas of math and science. I mean, just get more involved in terms of changing the dynamics here in the city of Saint Louis. We have children who are graduating from the kindergarten to the third grade. Not know how to read okay? They cannot even do Matt in the area in which they can get out of school or leave school. After twelfth grade go to college get out of college and be able to get jobs at a cortex. They're not proficient in those areas. So if you were president aboard all the room when this was going on here for the last couple of months, what would you have done differently? If we're if we're going to give one dollar way, let's put two dollars towards all of the social ills as played in the city of Saint Louis. So with with the MLS, that's certainly a topic of discussion. Megan green who is also running for the president of the board of all them. And she has been one of two people who voted against that resolution you made reference to how do you feel like you differ from Megan green? I'm what pragmatic, you know? I'm a person that tries hard to find a compromise. I'm a person that looks towards the middle. Course, I'm not an extremist. I don't go too far to the left a two four to the right. You know, she's more of a ideologue, you know, all these great ideals, but cannot execute. I'm a person that get things done. I'm a person that's willing to sit at the table and find a common cause a common purpose in a comment. You know, a solution to problems as far as thought process on what you think is best for the region. Would you say you line up more with Louis read or with Megan green? I'm not talking about actual pragmatism so to speak, but vision, I think we all want what's best for the city. However, I don't think that. They work. They they work as hard as I would to make it happen. What we had a unique situation with James Carlton of the Carlton state farm insurance agency and that is after working with him doing his spots. I got to a point where I said I have to make the switch to James and I had to make the switch to him because he did something really quickly for us. That was important to inside us to yell and it was taken care of much more efficiently than a past experiences with other insurance companies. And I'm like James, I gotta switch to you. And he's like, oh, I don't want you to do that. If you're going to be an awkward spot with your current insurance guy. And I said, I listen I understand and I appreciate that. In other words, it wasn't like, yeah. I'll advertise with if you switch your business over to me. That's where he was. But he was so good and his staff was so good that I had to make the switch, and it has been an absolute game changer for. Me and my wife our family, and that's when it got down to it. When I thought I had to do I had to.

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