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01:43 min | 3 months ago

"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

"The other voices you hear are the doctrinaire man of 1000 Voices Tim Andrews still on paternity leave. Lady of quite a few voices in her own right. Autumn. Fisher is here. And of course, the handsome as producer in all of produce. Ary Jared Yamamoto is here. Happy. My Yeah. What a day. A lot of news. A lot of local sports well to sports stories locally, one really, really great and one, I think really, really sad. We'll get to those things. The news. You know somebody things going on in the world. Well, we're a current events show, so we're expected to jump in. I think I got to start at the top. You got to start at the top, and the top, of course, is Was the biggest story out there has to be did Donald Trump put his pants on backward before actually giving that speech in North Carolina? Me? Excuse me. Excuse me. No, no, no. When I've seen it, do you? It looks as if there are no, there's no fly. There's no zipper. There's no, it's slacks. No. Were you wearing your pants? Background me to explain that they were. They were a great beautiful pants. The tailored pairs a lovely I mean, there's there. They're wonderful pants. Okay, Listen, I I where I've been wearing diapers lately. Because listen, I have a lot of things very, very busy. Too busy to pay. Okay. Easy to stop. Also also, And I was thinking back to the to the nineties. I loved crisscross. Yeah, but they weren't backwards. Everybody loves Chris Christie slipping a flap. You know, it wasn't homage to criss crossing a little bit of an image. But listen, I am very, very busy. And the pants the pants Look, the elastic. I mean, you can't They're tailored elastic.

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04:16 min | 3 months ago

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"Anytime. WSB radio app. Alright. Ever gone to the headlines right now, Jared Yamamoto toss me some headlines. I'll tell you this. We're getting close to the the end of the week. Going to hopefully will be a great weekend for all of our listeners and all the doctrine airs. So the only thing I'm really hoping in the back of my mind, because I know you. You can throw any headline at me. Okay? I'm just hoping that the concept of, uh, cereal pooping has nothing to do with any story that you would. What? No. What? Well, Eric here, not now. I can't help it. It's been hanging around for a while. It's low hanging fruit here. A 70 year old Ohio man who told cops he was a trump man. Confess, repeatedly urinating and defecating in front of a neighbor's home because the residents are Democrats and support Joe Biden. So this is what from the smoking gun. That's right. I'm sorry I tried. I tried to not bring up this. I have made one simple request. Any story. Just please, no serial poopers. And you could not. I couldn't resist. You couldn't grant me that You couldn't grab me that. Yeah, This guy's pretty. He's pretty into his politics, huh? Absolutely. Definitely. It's a sign of someone who is strictly interested in politics. Yeah, it was the guys like you know what I am going. You know, this would now just if I was a lawyer, and I just like the kind of lawyer had to kind of feel like the money I needed. I need to work just like dabble in law. I would take this case just so that I could make the argument that it's covered under free speech. The man Yes, sir. Yes, he did. He did deficit. Yeah. Yeah, You're Yes. Absolutely. Yes, he did. That. Um, but this is his way of expressing himself. And your honor, I just have to turn to the jury and ask the question. Is this still the United States of America? Do we know Yes or no? You answer the question. Uh, this is this was this man. I rest. My case. Impressed my case. Uh, because you know the first thing you gotta figure that the that the judge has to be a little worried about pronouncing this person guilty because who knows what his response will be in the courtroom? It's quite possible that this guy can load it up. And, you know, first of all, First of all, Yeah, you really, uh You really, really, really have to be a big fan of Trump. To go this far. Think Does it flatter you like I'm not getting into the do you like Trump Do you like do not like Trump? Let's just say you're a politician and you find out where it comes back to you that, uh, you are so loved by some people in this country that they are willing to go to the bathroom on neighbor's lawns in your name Does that make you feel Proud. He's a patriot. Tell you what. I'll tell you what we're really making change happen. More than that. This is a movement. This is a true political movement. Get it, And I just that word play. This is this is my case before a judge in actual I'm salad. Yeah, I'm I can defend this guy could make this sound. I get the feeling too, that this guy, Uh, it says it's only through through through Trump's term, right. But it says lower down in the article that it's been happening for the past 10 years. Nothing is going on with these neighbors. Yeah, come on, gave his lawnmower back or something. Yeah, Probably. There's something Yeah. You know, even then? Even then, if I was okay, let's say I loaned my neighbor my lawnmower. Okay? And now it's been like three years. The guy will not give it back. And I got two choices. I got three choices. I can go demand the lawnmower. I can have confrontation like that Reasonable choice, right? I could just, uh, just say that the hell would it go buy a new lawnmower? Very reasonable. Or I can go to the bathroom and as O E. The most reasonable. Yeah, well, you might think it's second disgusting. But let me tell you something. My neighbor knows exactly where I stand on the issues. Okay, There's clarity of this neighborhood. Now I got to say is as bad as this neighbor is Rand. Paul's neighbor, I think is worse than this one ran apologists like neighbor just tried to kill him. Yeah, that's awful. And that was because of political differences to one.

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04:01 min | 4 months ago

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"Now. Producer Jared Yamamoto. He is also the lead researcher. Of the Von Hauser doctor, That's right. He's a little miffed at me Still chair doesn't Jerry doesn't get miffed to be very often, But when he does, it's it's he really kind of goes and kind of Ah, It's Zen, his eyes. He kind of freezes, and you just see the disappointment in his eyes like Hey, just like, okay, You're an idiot, But I guess I have to do what you're saying. But it's a head tilt eyebrows up wide eyes like the body shows. You know, there's nothing I can do about this cousin. Idiot and he's gonna tell me to do these things. I always see it every once in a while, but I just saw it because as I told people yesterday, the third hour today is we recorded it yesterday. And I say Look, I'm not gonna be like why you telling people I'm just worried about like, like white might even way didn't do. No, We did it. We take this with you, but secretly taping singularly. Oh, not Jerry. What do you set about? We told people yesterday. That we were going to take the last hour of today. After the show and okay, you just click, Click, Click. Click like Why? Why? It's a brand new hour. Why wouldn't people want to listen? Why? No, Explain it? Why would people If I say that we pre recorded the last hour I'm trying to pull that. Whatever radio school stuff you got going on here. I'm trying to pull out of you. If somebody is listening right now, the hour has never played on the radio before. It's a completely original hour. It's It's already pre. We wouldn't put it on if we didn't know it was great. So why would people not want to listen to an original hour of their favorite radio? She's your birthday. You could do it you want. You didn't answer the question. I'm not going to back it up. I will not say anything about that. Why would people that is not a conversation for on air? Yes, it is everything you decide. I decide what conversations are for. Are there I'm not gonna conversation is for our They're absolutely I just want to know what is the metric. What's the thing that tells you that people would just You really think that our do You really think that our relationship with our fans is that tenuous that they are that quick to go away? Turn away? Yes. Really? It's not true. You don't know the audience when you know what I'll only listen. You know, you know the show. Shame me be there so terrible to their fan that when they know When they know that they can't do an hour. They actually the day before, Go do an original hours. So if the fan base is not fed, repeats or reruns, you think people don't appreciate that. Let me just say in the 56 years of working together when we've taken vacation, and we've put original content out there. We've always maintained our ratings because we've had a vessel saying right because you have because we haven't we? We don't telegraph what we're told. We do telling you think that's why we have reported on the podcast but not invite. Listen to the podcast. That's the thing. But yesterday on the air yesterday on the air, I told people that we were going to record the last hour on the air. You didn't yell at me, then. You weren't mad at me, then I'm not mad at you know, you should be bad. You should be learning. You should be learning. No, I learned no unlearning. You should be unlearned. You should let me tell you. You. Yes. Hold on a second. I'm gonna I'm gonna deal with lessons Could drive Jared Young, crazy. This is my birthday present to myself driving. Jared Yamamoto. Crazy good, Um, by naming competitors, the Burt show. Blue like people Click over there. I'm gonna forget like, Oh, yeah, The project's gonna listen that well, it's over now. It's okay. Yeah, but Yeah, but maybe, but maybe people go see what comes on after it. I mean, there might be playing BTS songs or something. Who wants to miss that? Cares about all this talking. I'm gonna I'm gonna come to Jared's defense. You feel bathrooms, Jeff? Because he's like this poor wounded puppy in the corner. Can I tried feel about pop? I'm gonna play for you. Here. I am working my butt off. I think these are the most unsexy ist words on radio. This program.

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01:56 min | 4 months ago

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"This is W speaking your aunt's just acknowledge looking toward the weekend. Find my forecast any time on the WSB radio app. Not much time. A lot of controversy for an expert say, I believe later on we're doing my least favorite segment list tickles. There's some controversy behind the scenes as to whether this next one actually should have been in ellipticals rather than experts say, is that experts say is elliptical story. Go ahead. I think it's a co lab, Eric, this is from Yahoo! Life here ladybug allergies. It's a thing. Check out the six weird allergies, experts say, Uh, Esso experts are telling us what allergies that what our allergies, couldn't you? Is that possible to be allergic to anything? Actually, Yeah, one of you. I mean, if you're looking for one of the things in there that, the experts say In the list is thunderstorms. Thunderstorms well, ozone Oh, yes, but I mean, don't you feel that like, could you be allergic to oxygen? No, you could. I wouldn't live right dead certain things You can't be allergic to. But what are the ladybugs? Ladybugs air What they like Whether Excuse me. Does this dish have lady bugs in it is a miller, didn't you? Are you ladybug intolerant? Believe, like intolerant. I did one of those tests. Does Everly well tests and I found out that even though I was clean eating, I still found out that ladybugs were part of my inflammation. Boy. It's too bad. There's so tasty. You know this'd thunderstorms in it, because I think that's part of my problem s ou ur thunderstorm and ladybug intolerant. I would love to go over to my aunt's house, but she has a thunderstorm is a pet like So many problems. Somebody potential probably know what I'm I'm allergic to. I think almost nothing We are. There's something we just haven't found it yet. So, unlike Jared Yamamoto, who did a patch test of his back,.

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03:58 min | 4 months ago

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"I Marcie Williams 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk Jared Yamamoto, what is happening with the Braves? Mike Soroka. Now he's gonna have exploratory surgery on his Achilles. Yeah, just not does not look good for him. This'd is so good is like I'm not saying this is what's happening here. But is this one of those situations where we've seen this? Pictures show up. They're young. They're great. They're lights out. Then one injury turns into another into returns and then never seem to get past it. I hope not, man. I love watching this guy pitch. I hope it's not but it in back of my mind. I'm thinking of you know Medlin, Kris Medlen. Oh, yeah. You know how great he was at such a young age and then just couldn't get over the injuries. I'm hoping I'm hoping that's not what we got on our hands, and he's only 23 years old. Yes, Rocca's has started to and we were expecting him to be to be there for us in the playoffs this year. One of the arguments why the Braves and go further in the playoffs is because we did not have enough pitching depth. So yeah, you said the word stud and so Autumn suddenly got interested in baseball for the first time in her life. Hey, means I mean, he may be a stud all the way around, but I think what he means is his lights out. You know, I would. I would describe his lights out. Jared and I are from different generations. And so he just got a message. So there's a lights out. Turn the lights out. Stud walks didn't kind of thing. Well, listen, I'm not I'm not wishing it I e interjected your fantasy here. I'm hoping for the best. But then I'm just seems like it seems like this does happen from time to time. And Major league baseball. Somebody comes along there immediately. Great. And then one injury turns into another. And so fingers crossed. That. Isn't the case. Get well? Soon? Mikes are okay. I guess that's what I'm doing here. What's this? You don't care about his well being. I do care about the Braves. You just went team to win. Don't care about body out here. Hold on. Hold on here. We have to happen for one toe happen. The other has to happen. In order for Seroquel to help the Braves to a world Syriza. He personally has to be physically. Well and healed. So what do you care of my motivation is ultimately if I get what I want is when it's the best for Mike Soroka. And I think that's the only thing that matters here. Autumn Just I'm sorry. I'm getting between you and your pitching lights and stud my you care. Slightly. You care. I care. You care, right? You don't care about baseball, but you care about people. I care about his well being. That's wrong. You want him being well? Want his well being close to me. Hey, Mike shall be shot The battery tomorrow night. How about that? That's gonna be Mike's gonna be a green bay getting exploratory surgery. But is that what the good you don't find my heart? Oh, Is that where the good exploratory surgery is done? Green Bay and the best doctors like we're in the that near the male panic in at the Mayo Clinic, or is that Minnesota believe that's enough so that I don't think this is gonna be this is somewhere in the Green Bay. I don't want you know what they say Anything. What's in here? Let me dig around in there. We'll get you all fixed. What is export? Terry? You're not eating enough cheese. It turns off, I know. Hand me those Kurds vehicle scalp area you'll be. You'll be back with your baseball team before. Yeah, throwing the ball around the yard. Braves used to be a period off, according to Chatters. Mayo is in Minnesota and I believe it says there, Jackson. Well, let's do this. The.

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08:18 min | 7 months ago

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"You're in a good place. Lots of stories with legal underpinnings. Jared Yamamoto toss one at us. All right. This first one comes from the mirror. Male worker sues female boss who told him to quote man up and woman dominated firm. Ooh, this is you know, I think this is George. I think all of this is kind of ridiculous, but it's inevitable. Once you go down this road that they're gonna be men who start this isn't countersuing you're suing. Basically saying, Well, I as a man in the office, I'm discriminated against this guy was a scientist or something right? And so he's the only guy who works there. And all the women would say You have to move the heavy boxes because you're a man. What do you think This man's got a case? It's not in the state of Georgia is probably in England. Uh, what do you think? God, I mean, like that, when she told him to man up that he fell in the fetal position and started crying, But right to tell you the truth, you know, legally speaking in America that that suit with Would not stand. It would be a good loss of he would lose. But, you know, perhaps, And this is in Wales that Zen England, So perhaps the standard there is gonna be a little bit different, but it still sounds like it's a week or suit. You saying that there was a toxic environment there, but no. Normally we have to go to him, George. They would say things to him like you need to leave. This is girl talk. Yeah, Yeah, Surely he deserves Million's. Well, I would want to hear girl talk, but I'm happy. I'm happy, Tonto. I'm I am happy not to hear a girl talk, but I don't know. I feel like if it's going to go the other way, then you'll end up with these sort of ridiculous lawsuits. And maybe you would find some traction with something like this. At some point. I don't know. I don't think it's completely absurd because he was the only if you're the only male How come you have to carry the boxes around? I mean, is that really right? He's a scientist. He's a research scientist. He has to carry everybody else's boxes around. Yeah. I mean, let's say you have a point of the question. Is the rice to the level where he's entitled to damages, you know, you know some financial remuneration for such horrible behavior. And and it just doesn't sound that horrible to me, so, But can we talk? Yeah, Yeah, it Z doesn't sound that horrible to me, either, But I think that once you start going down the road of one side being able to say Hey, we were told all of us. That's just turn it around. I mean, things are either legal or they're not. I mean, we're just talking in theory here. Um, what would what autumn have a case of every time you know. She worked here and in an office and every time she walked in if Me and Tim and Jared said, you need to leave. This is men's talk when she had a case If she went to H R. I think she'd have a case because she could say Look that good when they switch switch, though, you know. The folks on it like that, then? Yes, I think it does make a difference. Maybe it should. But it does. And That would be a stronger lawsuit. Well, the reason is because it's what autumn could say is who knows that there I may be losing Opportunities for advancement. I don't know what's going on in this conversation because women women talk is going to be something like a little bit more private than what men talking would be you think, but let me point this out. This is a firm that is completely run by women. He's the only male there. So his bosses if he were allowed within that group, what about decisions that are made about the company or the next thing? You're gonna research or what would be best? I mean, everything. I don't think they're talking about that. I think that they would be talking about something personal about like their bodies or something that only a woman would understand. But I agree there is a a knopper to nitty for bonding to happen that he's no longer getting and so someone may feel more comfortable with someone else because she's told her story about her too. This is a boy is the point about like women rightfully said. If you're not gonna let us golf, then we're not gonna be. Ah, lot of deals are made on the golf course right in the executive world. Right now, Your head's go out that it's like a working kind of game and deals are actually finalized and made on the golf course. So I think women had a good point of view, which is like, hey, if we're not out there golf in Then we're completely excluded from the ability to, you know, do the networking and all of that that you need to actually seal the deal. I don't know. I'm not so sure it could go one way. You know, George, I mean, it's like it Z like when people I have to point out to people when I say it's reverse racism, there's no such thing that's just racism. There's just racist. Little such thing is reverse. Racism is just racism, and it can come from any different thing. And once you make laws and and give Re always have trouble Is it remuneration or renew Marais shin? Whichever one. It is in one for one kind of racism, Then you kind of like, open it up. I think eventually fit any kind. Yeah. In concept that should apply equally both ways. So you know, but it always boils down to the same thing. You know how much is the bad? How egregious is the bad behavior? Toxic was it And when you get to the damages phase of a lawsuit, you know what is it worth? You know, he was told, By the way, he was told man up because he had a bad back and they said, you know, you hurt those boxes in a hurry. He said. Look, whatever man up, I took two kids out of this. You think you can't lift a couple boxes with a hernia? What if I said what you know? What if I said Hey, we got a good important client coming over. When shit dress up. You don't make yourself look good, honey. Exactly. All right. Next story. Alright. This comes from the smoking gun. New blood alcohol record recorded by highly intoxicated Oregon motorists, guys. What was this, Uh, point. 77 Now is that that somebody who really legally is dead at that point, it's formaldehyde did yeah, Known only, you know, when it comes to alcohol intoxication, it's your B A. C s a point for Or above than you, you you could expire. You could die. I mean, my personal best is a before to not me. I mean, my client. Yes. Yes, way. Let's start with people. Who? So so, uh, Intoxication is not a 0.8. It's a 0.8. So when you say 0.4 You're talking about the zeros gone, our We're we've blown past We're going into a different decibel here. So 0.4 is if if it's true that 0.8 does Make you in and identify you is intoxicated. Have you completely blown through that hole? You moved over to the next zero and you start putting numbers there. You're saying 00.4 is enough to maybe kill you and this guy's a 0.77. Yeah, that Zamesca up that's so intoxicated that you be almost semi conscious or unconscious, but But you know, there's this thing, Uh, when it comes to, you know, alcohol called, You know the tolerance The body starts to tolerated and appear in extreme alcoholic and you're drinking, you know? Ah, quart of whiskey every day. Then your body builds up some tolerance. And you can have the higher B A C s, but your liver rather than your breath At that point, this liver was about to burst. Yeah, it's fine. He was Hey, was legally dead. But for him, you're just sealed. He became the life of the party is kind of different depends on who you are. The my. My wife has demure. She's a small person, 52 and you know it. Z one glass of wine and she becomes completely obnoxious. I gotta tell you, whereas for me takes it that's one glass of wine. That's a bottle and one glass of wine. One glass of wine, she becomes obnoxious. It takes at least four for me to become obnoxious, But I'm a big fella, so there's 40.8. Do you find 0.8? Always? That's our legal definition in the state of Georgia. But our people, is it. Is it a pretty good definition? As far as I know, you're drunk doesn't mean it doesn't mean you're imperator drunk..

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01:40 min | 7 months ago

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"Palace Stickles Go ballistic, ALS Any old vitamin. We read him. Just one quick point of order. Tim Andrews. Did you happen? Tonto? Papa Gummy before you listen to that new flaming lips. No, I did not. I don't do that. Well, you know, you might have been. You know things are going on the wife. She happened. You meet you some time alone. And do it the right way. All right. I'll go to the gas station. Get some CBD gummies after the shelves. Yeah, That's right. I'm talking about everything that is OTC OTC is all right with me. OTC is just all right with me Over the counter is the place to be. I call myself OTC Elvis. Does all the drugs that they're gonna kill me? I bought at a pharmacy. All right, Jared Yamamoto, What do you got in the list of calls and E have to do these? Because you have a like a really cool? Well, I mean, we've done a lot of research and people like ballistic. ALS and millennials are your biggest audience now, Eric. So you have to reach out to him make a suggestion to you. When you say the word pulled, I'll go pull Oh, it's been a weird Oh, mind space. I don't know. Boom pose. Well, Cherry Jell O boto. He does have a speaking thing, but he also it really At some point it just breaks in the bird calls. Oh, well, you know? Oh, I didn't. I didn't used to watch birds with my grandmother a lot. So maybe that's where it came from. You got what's that Also Big.

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06:41 min | 10 months ago

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"Address tohr. Let me I was already charged out H r E was forced by management Put a woman on the show. And now look then, are you surprised? I crow Shea. Bite me in the ass happened. It's not possible to be totally focused on what you're doing while you're crushing. Yes, it totally is because you don't know how to crush a so you don't know. Well, that's fantastic. When I tuned into your radio show, I will decide how good it is. If you were hosting the show, Do you think you because Yang know that if you were hosting the show? No, it's different. No, it's not different. It's called being a professional. Oh, listen, I am so lazy. I apologize to the audience. I have my My management meetings in front of the audience. Get it out of the way. I don't have to do it later on. Just stop pro shake during the show. Could somebody just even if you think I'm an idiot, even if you think I'm wrong. How do I just feel like an idiot telling somebody not to crush a during a show? All right. I will take that as Eric wins that argument. And as my mother used to say to me, It was. I say that as I do, just do it because I said, Okay, that's all there is to it. Now. Give me some stories there. Jared Yamamoto. All right, Joe Biden aims for 100 Million vaccinations story. Autumn is doing something under the desk. Well, I just needed to adjust my kids go. I just don't like him. I said that Just because I can't see the yard doesn't mean the yard doesn't exist. Mm hmm. If autumn crow she's in a forest, Yeah, bite and aims to do this. It is first. Who this is Jake biting. He's that he is soon to be president Elect. So he is. There's a hold on. Hold on. Did you say that Biden is gonna be? We have listeners who have some You are just like the rest of them. You damn well know it. I'm sorry, lady. I'm sorry. So you your point of view is that this? Joe Biden is going to be the next President, United States. I know it's a brave stance, but yes, I think that's that's going to be the case until we find out otherwise that. Oh, what are you running for? Senate. Just tell people what you think is gonna happen. Radical liberal, that's all after this radical liberal Jared Yamamoto. Thanks, Joe Biden's gonna be the next President. Trump won power. You know why I didn't show you're confused. Uh, Barack Obama and I put together the biggest vote fraud ever. Hey, Joe, were you the one telling me that the suitcases all my Trumper friends they keep Haven't heard all my trump friends. The words suitcase like your suitcase is What I've been told is the toilet broke down there and they sent everybody home. And then they brought in all the fake ballots. That's what happened for. It's like I didn't really win. Let's hurry up and get me in there. You damn well know it. Damn right. Well, Joe, you made news. Yes, I don't know if you remember this or not, But when you said with your other foot brother, but But you said this 100 million covert vaccine shots into the arms of the American people in the 1st 100 days. 100 million shots in the 1st 100 days. What is that? The 100 stuff with this guy? All of us. Uneasy around number to remember. It was like 68. I wouldn't remember that 100 100 stops. 100 Arms. 100 days. People 100 math book if you don't wear 100 masks Way 100 100 past. It's been 100 basket RR. But for 100 days for 100 Miles, you ordered them from China. You get 50 of them in the box and 30 bucks that CBS 45 boxes on 100 mess. No trying to help us some American Joe, you did say this early in the week. Your obsession with 100 is true. And I think my inclination Jake is on the first day I'm inaugurated to say I'm going to ask the public for 100 days. A mask. Just 100 days to match Not forever. 100 days, people getting confused or you say we have to, uh, not forever. That's that's nice to know people. Are you asking us to wear 100 mask for 100 million days? I'm getting confused. Come on, folks. It's simple. You get 100 masks You put him around your head time in the back you wear for 100 days And then for two weeks after that you were 100 more then 100 weeks after 100,000. Shot on your foot 100 ft. 100 ft, Away from 100 ft. Away from your family. Look, if you've got to put your kids in the basement doing his patriotic 100% of your paycheck for passes that Zoloft build up, better build 100. People back from the 100 degrees better. So what did you say? Uh, go back to the first one again because I like the fact that he assures us that it's not gonna be forever. 100 million covert vaccine shots into the arms of the American people in the 1st 100 days, 100 million shots in the 1st 100 days. There's a wrong one. Then he goes out here, and I think my inclination Jake is in the first. Day I'm inaugurated to say I'm going to ask the public for 100 days to mask this 100 days. Mask Not forever. 100 days, Not forever. Not forever. Just 100 forever for 100 forever 100,000 masks whatever every street a mask in every pot. 100 masks in a mule. Everybody gets a mask. You're already on the shipment. Look, they got a boat to come out from China. Lots of masks. We got one of those man. Oh, So for everything. Everything is based on 100 100 like hell, Yes, he has to tell us to. It's in the arm to as well, I'm like, I'm like, okay, but your loving arms Car into the arms of the America. Yeah, they could be in your forearm. You're Laura. I guess your wrist is part of your arm. Look into the arms. Come into my arms. Let me hold you. You hoping for 100 million days. Hey, man, The Lemonheads said it into your arms. 100 Club 11 heads span of shame about Ray. Look, folks waiting. Pay attention. You got the virus. He didn't get a thing. Mm. So I.

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02:12 min | 10 months ago

"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Morning chat host Eric von Hessler. Thea. Other voices you hear are the doctrine hands. Man of 1000 voices Tim Andrews. Lady of quite a few voices in her own right if I do say so myself, Autumn Fisher and the handsome his producer in all the producer Rita, Jared Yamamoto, and everybody is talking about the history that was made in Magic City last night, Eric, I'm just saw. Why did the one of the strippers retire some things you sort of legendary Stripper. Retired drag, baby, That was 57 years that was in the Clermont Lounge. But over at Magic City, though, they have young strippers. Yes, they're strippers that people actually want to look at. Okay, I get it right. And I'm just here for the wings. The wings. They're delicious. They're Lou Williams loves those wings over there cannot eat during a swell somebody stripping. I don't know that boy, would you got any blue cheese? Pretty good at multitasking, but I don't know just, you know, kind of munching on wings. Well, here's a dollar. There are strange things at strip clubs that you can get that you don't think about, like eating or feel like coffee. Prime ridge. Yeah. Coffee. Hey, God. But isn't that an indictment on the quality of the strippers? Coffee to stay away? Really? How about that? I was just thinking of this place like this. If you're if you're eating wings, and the sauce is hot, and then you take a dollar bill out. It seems to me that there are things feel a second, please. Albert. Thank you, Uh, you speak what? History went down. Gereb will not stop talking about this this morning. So I just let him he thinks that this is some sort of historic moment. And, uh, I have no idea. Go ahead, man. I'm old. So go ahead. Atlanta rappers Gucci and Jeezy officially squash their 15 year beef after performing so icy together. At Magic City last night on TV. It was just magical Guys s O..

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"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

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03:24 min | 1 year ago

"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Sky 70% chance of showers and storms. Thursday's low 69 high 86 We have sunshine 81 degrees. I'm Sabrina Coupet 95.5 WSB Atlanta's news and talk Wow. Right. Good news behind the scenes. I can hold on a second. I have to have to move my acerbic wit back over into this footlocker. Come in Car B. What do you do it? It's just in the footlocker, though. I think I can get it out of the time. I want to when I need to. But for now, it gets put back. And for the next half hour, nobody on the fan that he that no family fam and that leads me. But I promise that no fight over it and that heats me. I know. And then I make fun of Joe Biden. I can't even speak. I'm on the radio and I joke. No more. No more biting the heads but feeds me for the next half hour. I wrap it up. French kiss to the people that I work for. Let's do this. This is a trusting or no. Things. Thank you. Autumn, So I don't know if people recognize how this works is is a self explanatory you, Jared Yamamoto would toss out a headline and my response will either be this's a trusting or No, thanks. Alright, so we'll figure out which one it is. Go ahead. Hit me with the first one. All right, everybody's chatting about this first one. This is from CNN dot com Death Valley just recorded the hottest temperature on earth. No, let me guess. Does the sun have anything to do with this? I am way we really need to do something. If we had the right politicians they would put I've always had my mind my whole plan, fans and space fly a bunch of fans. Hey, you set them up between mercury and the sun and you just blow a hair on and that'll cool the sun off and then we won't have so much, you know? Ah, hit him with that that headline one more time because there's one part of it that struck me. All right. Death Valley just recorded the hottest temperature on earth. See if you told me that life Valley had just recorded the hottest temperature on earth, I would think what is something unusual, But long before you or I or anybody listening was born in this place was called Death Valley for a reason. It's hot. Also look a little closer. It's not the hottest Ever recorded, they say, reliably recorded and also the word recorded, which means there's probably hotter days. But this is the hottest day ever reliably recorded. Wow. Now you're splitting hairs with the hottest days. What is the What was the hottest day was 175 degrees. Itwas 134 yesterday and the previous I was 130. It's a dry heat in the shade. That's gonna add that in the shade. It was 100. Well, that's very hot. There's no that's hot over 100 year record, guys.

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"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

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02:14 min | 1 year ago

"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

"It's Jared Yamamoto. How are you, Jared? I'm doing great and setting a big congrats alot T. Chuck Man, That's awesome news. Not great thie. Other handsome producer here, Loti. Chuck just added no pressure for you in 19 of the long, you know, Jared, just take your time. Are you playing solo today? I'm assuming since I did get a face time. Yeah. You know what she Ah, she conveniently walked over to the grocery store to fair enough. Fair enough. So all the pressure's on your shoulders Really quick for folks that might not be familiar. Tell the folks at home a little bit about yourself, Jared. Well, I'm obviously the producer of the Von Hassler Doctrine 31 years old. And like, doubt fun with you guys. Here are millennial match game and I don't know if they want to claim him, But he's a graduate of the University of West Georgia. Want to kill wolves, baby? Yeah, I want to give them a shot. All right, let's meet our contestants on the phone. Beth is in Snellville. Beth. Tell the folks at home a little bit about yourself. Hi. I, um Georges since about 89. It's very have two kids. 57 I'm a nurse, but I'm not doing direct patient care. You sound like your teenage 50. Are you sure? You're 57? You sound so young. No pretty sure. All right, Beth, You're going to be playing against Jeff in Snellville. Jeff, what's going on, buddy? How you know more excellent. Tell the folks at home a little bit about yourself Well on 44 years old and you know I am your brown or GPS. Why had some ups issues this weekend? We'll talk off the air about that. But I love that. I love you guys. All right. Today's millennial match game has always brought to you by Rocco's European garage. Jared and his TV show theme songs, TV show theme songs. So Beth and Jeff is out. It's going to work. I'm going to play a TV show theme song. You don't need to know what TV show it's wrong. You just have to guess whether or not millennial Jared will know very simple game. It's 50 50. When in doubt, the millennial doesn't know you ready, Beth. Gotcha. My husband's name, Jeff. So you keep saying best, Jeff. Oh, that's adorable. Maybe we made a love connection here. Get get Woolery on the phone. Longoria, and we'll make a love connection. All right, here we go. Back 1st 1 will Jared Yamamoto Noah TV show this theme song is from the way Glenn Miller.

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"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

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05:42 min | 1 year ago

"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

"You. No square. Every uber ride cost $45 1 way as though being Oh, no, We got it all out here. We don't need the city. Me. I mean, I love Atlanta, but it's going to just become just this group streets are paved with Torrance. You're not. You're not you because you're not doing it right now. I'm going, honey Tenure phone on. Let's that's ashamed as a person because they're not doing it right. It's just a bunch of self righteous. Idiots. You're eating Goya way Only going president is mean the president of going is that the president of states was great hash tag tag like Yeah, I got hashtag boycott. It's all ready to go I got to do is add a word. Patch tag people. Those people moved from the city and into the suburbs and join the hallways and then shame everybody because their fence isn't regulation or their house. Color isn't the right color for the neighborhood. You ignore them. You ignore them. Guess what we painted our house went against the way. Hey. Well, if you guys wanna pay that, paint it a different color. Go for it. The houses painted like it's already if they find you or something. They don't I live in a smaller neighborhood. Now, when you get one of these neighborhoods, our neighborhood is just not that big. So it doesn't you know, like any bureaucracy. The bigger the way is the more bureaucratic and mind numbing. It's going to be my neighborhood is small enough that most people are aware of each other. So it might be like a good natured ribbing. Ah, okay, that was in the way. You know you don't go too far. You paint your house pink. You know something's gonna happen? Probably, but you stay within You know, but it's not like the city and also you could keep on going out and buy a farm. And then you have no honour, but I don't know why. I don't know why anybody would want to be around this. Group of people who do nothing but point and shame and admonishes. Oh, my goodness. You're only alive for so many days. All you're going to do is point out things that you don't like living in the greatest country in the world. And by that, I mean, you can choose to be a socialist in this country and not starve that this country is so good. There's so much money because of capitalism. You can choose to stop a $35,000 a year and you'll be fine. Go try to make 35,000 in Venezuela. Oh, I'm done. I'm done. I'm done with all of this. It's navel gazing. This is the most spoiled rotten bunch of people ever in history. Nobody's thankful for anything. I try and I flipped the switch. The lights came on. I'm still thankful for that. I wake up in the morning I've realized lately how much of our lives is dependent upon or to say the quality of our lives is dependent upon running water. A shower in the morning, the brushing of the teeth. Ah, making sure the plates are clean making coffee. All of this stuff is dependent upon having running water. Now, every single day. I don't think but I am still thankful for the things that I have. We have now we now have generations of people who have had so much. For so long. They've never had to go out in the you know, you know, I don't know, just like go out and gather potatoes in the field for eight hours. So there Facts are broken, which, by the way is what most people in history did through most of history. That was their life. They wake up survive, and we have done such a great job in this country. It's not perfect. But there's no country that's perfect. There are people who who are left behind, but there's no country where people aren't left behind. No country has gotten people from where they were to where they are like this country has. And so you've got generations of people who just don't even think about the lights come on, and the water's running. And Ah, I pitching on about health care, but I could go toe a minute clinic. If I haven't a rake and get out of there in 25 minutes with a prescription for a thing that would have killed people through most of humanity. You've got to take a pill for three days, and it's gone. I'm not saying that people should always be thinking about this. Oh, Big Pharma. Well, you mean the people who are inventing all the drugs that keep you alive on an average and I don't know 10 12 15 years longer than people used to be alive. Yeah, it's not perfect. Maybe there's some reform necessary there. But this is what you're living amongst. Jared is just people who are so spoiled that all they conduce now is look around and find the things that make them a little uncomfortable or that they don't like. And just bitch. You do something. Do something people canceled on Twitter. Okay. I guess you're doing something here. Just so you wanted me to push the fact that you and I are on a radio show Me and Jared. Tomorrow size this witness. Not this radio show, and it's not the power pad pushed that our bodies on Sunday, Okay. Ah, We're going to be on with J. Black tomorrow from 3 to 5. Celebrating. Well, it started with soccer is coming back. But then we have all kinds of news about the bubble. That's good. It's too, you know, getting back to sports, and so would be 3 to 5. Me J. Black Jared Yamamoto and many others He was telling about other people. He has people from the bubble.

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"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:28 min | 1 year ago

"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

"All right Jared Yamamoto I believe more Supreme Court decisions that are taken everybody angry yeah I saw the sunlight I saw this on my WSP radio app you want a shell what was that was that up he W. as the radio after if you leave I'm happy I can get to listen to W. SP you come even open my others you know Jim I did Y. S. you know what I did need to be clarified well my you know what I've been getting this completely wrong I've been using the apps from our computer I'm not doing you know what it takes sometimes it just I'm just a dummy I guess the only grab my outstretched hand Eric to trust me the WSB radio will lead you to the correct direction all right so what did you get from the W. meaning we were on it yes we were can we lie and say we broke it for we had it before and he does like it illicitly commercials even if this radio station or other stations or TV stations we had it first if you really look into it it's like they had a like a one minute before everybody else still first why do you listen to W. SP I because I I had a neighbor he didn't know for a minute I was a W. S. I was able to get angry ten seconds before my neighbor because I'll plug did I'm plugged into the right outlets that said you should always keep in a W. S. of course yes and so here's the here's what the apps said supreme court blocks trump administration from ending protections for dreamers under Dacca open for the latest see you get angry this is our this is our apple a sitter he gets easy to response of anger add dental I'll tell you that the most people don't recognize with this any Supreme Court decision quite often it's reported as if they come down on the side of of the if you add the moral question involved with the legal question of all quite often they don't quite often they turn things down or rule against something by saying yeah you've got the right you just didn't do it the right way you went to the wrong channels or didn't that being said I am suspect of this non executive work we are a nation of laws the reason we have Congress is because they're supposed to write the laws that we live by the bed the authorities of all kinds enforce laws that are on the books Dacca by the way most people think the D. stands for dreamers that's how that's how deep people get with us it doesn't deferred action for childhood arrivals so Obama you can go back and I believe it was Univision he was being interviewed about this why don't you just make it legal yourself four children who were brought to the United States from another country they were just kids them and who deal with it why don't you just make them legal and he said because I'm not a king in America I don't have the ability to do that and then saw a year or so later he made the decision to write an executive order executive orders are out of hand with this current president Obama it's been it was a leading up that way beforehand so the Supreme Court is saying Roberts wrote we do not decide whether daca or its recision R. sound policies little it kind of he said we address only whether the department of homeland security complied with the procedural requirements that provide a reasoned explanation for its action here the agency failed to consider the conspicuous issues of whether to retain forbearance and what if anything to do about the hardship to tackle recipients that dual failure raises doubts about whether the agency appreciated the scope of its discretion so here's the problem with that another thing Robert so before I get to that Roberts said the administration did not follow the procedures and did not properly weigh how ending the program would affect those who had come to rely on its protections against deportation and the ability to work legally now that may be true but what you're saying there the fact is that an executive order which is not a law only my understood executive orders he should be last you know back in the old days it's gonna take everybody too long to get on the horses to come back to Capitol Hill this has to be taken care of now all right an executive order that when Congress comes in they can pass laws to say that I was right or I was wrong my problem with this reasoning here is it says to me that if you pet no matter what president you are from whatever point of view whatever party if you pass an executive order that affects a lot of people and you do it with enough years left in your own administration right so you're still gonna be president for three or four more years and let's say the next president always disagreed with that executive order maybe even ran on that and became president no matter what that order is this precedence to me says well too many people have been affected by this in their lives so therefore you can't just come in and and get rid of it as we always thought about executive orders you now have to think about how that's going to displace the people who were affected by the executive order which in effect means executive orders are now figuring out a way to kind of become a law in the sense that they're left alone I suppose Congress could write a law that said affectively this is not the way to go but if you get a friendly Congress with the executive order if that's in doubt they're not going to do that and you're setting up a way that presidents can start acting like kings I think the only thing that the Supreme Court should be deciding is whether or not Obama had the right to do this or even if you had the right to do the executive order I guess on the face of it.

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

"On Friday we'll tell you what the traffic implications but as we kick things off every Wednesday let's do this Longoria let's play mo lineal match game joining us live from their palatial midtown apartments are two favorite millennials favor millennial couple Asay that Jared Yamamoto the most handsome producer of all producers for the air con Hassler show doctrine program at his beautiful girlfriend Christina how are you guys what's going on man good beyond again we're having fun yes so excited this is as close to a zoo meeting as I ever get a because I'm not important enough to do meetings like that so this is I get to see you guys on my phone this is great you can play melania match game Jared is the producer of the mine has their doctrine Christina tell the folks at home a little bit about yourself yes absolutely I am twenty eight years old from Atlanta I work for a retail organization here in the city love it and you guys been doing our business okay don't you not to mention the retail organization no this is great not losing your job right you get your good I think I'm good hi thank god I'm OK because like most of the cast of the market and show you are the bread winner in that couple you definitely make more than Yamamoto all hands down yeah absolutely shocker mama Johnson one trucks will have makes more than him so much Longoria makes more than him I don't know about that green's husband not at all I work in radio all right so he makes more than you all right fair enough all right so today's contestants million asking me to be playing famous movie clips that's the dish in a million Mascoma playing famous music movie clips and the contestants will have to guess whether not the millennials will know what movie it's from let's meet our first contestant Jill Jill Walker the show tell the folks a little bit about yourself thank you so much you know I'm from Atlanta I work in midtown at the Cartoon Network and I love your show and I love.

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Five seven seven zero three four three three zero zero five female flight like that in all fifty states right on top of the record label your area rex fully supports the personal to the fair housing act the equal opportunity act Belinda Skelton here for the what I'm so I clinic and I'm here with my good buddy Jared Yamamoto you waited so long to go to the ones I clinic to have lay sick man I've been telling you that this is going to be a life changer so what was it like when you went into the wood inside clinic were you a little nervous extremely nervous but they Laclede made it very comfortable for me going to the process explaining exactly how everything worked it was a very comfortable procedure I was probably in and out with the actual operation in ten minutes they they make you feel very at ease during the operation absolutely have felt very comfortable I can't believe I waited this long I mean I'm again I haven't seen this well since I was in middle school you are seeing better than twenty twenty twenty twelve Belinda there is do you like tearing Lazica valuations are always free book an evaluation now go to website dot com that's what I'm side dot com it may not be stomach issues for me it's intense gas or pain or diarrhea sometimes all at once over and over I spent years with the symptoms but could never figure it out no matter what I did they never went away so I decided to break it down for my doctor and get really specific about my symptoms we discovered that exocrine pancreatic insufficiency or E. P. I may be the reason for my stomach issues E. P. eyes caused by my pancreas it leads to diarrhea gas bloating stomach pain unexplained weight loss and oily stools the symptoms just don't go away but he P. I.

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"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

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02:11 min | 2 years ago

"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

"A your heads your. You're saying can you call them off? All right. What have we got going here? Let's do this more headline for Friday April twelfth, do you say, let's do this. And then, you know, what's happening next. You know, what this is explained this before the people, and so you've heard this autumn. But basically a lot of people we knew listeners all the time and people probably think this we improvised this whole show three and a half hours a day. So in my brain, the best way I can describe what's going on in my brain is it's hard to describe it this way because I grew up with these acts on TV all the time. They don't exist anymore. You remember on the variety shows there'd be that guy who had a bunch of plates spinning on poles. Yeah. Yeah. Like ten or twelve of them, and it'd be running up and down and keep hitting us plates and every once in a while one would crash. Yes, that's my thought process while we do this show keeping plates ending. But every once in a while one, falls and crashes, and I forget where I am. And what I'm doing? And that's why I pay Jared Yamamoto a handsome salary a salary actually handsomer than he is in order to be there and catch my plates when they fall and thank you Jared so poetic, he catches my plates when they fall. Sheryl crowe. It should be. You mentioned new listeners to pick up another played for you. We have a lot of severe weather coming in this weekend. Also, you need a down though that WSB radio app. So not only can you. Listen to the podcast for this show. You could also get those weather alerts from the great Kirk Mellish over the weekend. I know I hear the Sundays is going to be a little bit rough. Yeah. People worried the masters worried at the masters. I was going to say. We could so excited with Tigers close so early right? They only had one one round so far he's pleased with the start ethics under seventy one time. Under seventy one time and. Yeah. Seventy one here. So shucks. A long way to go. Tomorrow and when supposed.

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"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

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02:24 min | 2 years ago

"jared yamamoto" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Now. Go ahead play want to ask you this is of my tests had played play. Again. It's just the question. I'm interested to we live in a more world that allows for billionaires stop. What's the most important word there? Jared Yamamoto do. Well, it's one. Yeah. A few of them now. Hey. Allow thank you allow. Whatever you think about the income scales. What people make who's got the best shot. He was born on third base thinks he hit a home run, blah, blah, blah. The important thing when you start flirting with these ideas are words like allow should the government allow you to become superwealthy. And you might think ain't nobody needs a billion dollars. Maybe they do. Maybe they don't that. Shouldn't be the question. The question is once you do you wanna get down that slippery path? Where the government allows you to do this or do that? At what point does the government step in and tell you you're no longer allowed to make more money. Again, you may think rich people don't care, and you may think oh why you need all that. But the power you give to the government to take away from the person you naturally don't like. Do you really believe the government will stop there and never use that power any further? Once you say government, you need to step in and decide how much were allowed to make are we allowed to be millionaires. Maybe that's okay. Maybe we're not allowed to be multi millionaires. Does that mean two million? Or does that start at twenty five million? Who's the person who sits at the desk where they decide whether you're allowed to make more money. Oh, Eric you're taking this too far. No, I'm not this is it. You have to start from there. There may be a few billionaires you get and you don't like them. You really think the government's gonna going to go? My work is done and walk away. Once you get put the government in in charge of more. What's to be allowed decisions? Think about.

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