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"jeff yes" Discussed on WTVN
"Ready of 16. And Jeff. Yeah. George Michael with Aretha Franklin and publish their souls in either of them. I mean, there's songs live on, but it's sad. Neither of them are around anymore. But what an uplifting tune I love that. So did you know they actually won a Grammy for that song ideas the best R and B performance by a duo or group? 1987 Grammys. So it is. It's very upbeat song. I'm all about upbeat songs. Nothing worse than hearing a song that's depressing when you start a cold February day here in Central Ohio. What I could tell our listeners and tell you, man Scott, I am never going to play. I'm never going to play a downtrodden song to start a morning ever and all By the way, if I guess I should mention this if you I know that you've been asking for request, Yes, we would like to request something for me. You can go to my Twitter. That can't be O s u 240. You finally have a back up again? You're using it? Yes. Okay. Well, that's good. Yes. So I can tweet you now. Well, it's been up. I just no one ever tweets me. Oh, I didn't know that C I thought you just weren't looking at it because I would talk about stuff that was on 6 10. I like Did you see that post? No, I didn't e need to look at more often I spend either I'm making kids sites Facebook or Twitter, Twitter Twitter. Yeah, that could go so many different ways. It is great to have you with us.
"jeff yes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"jeff yes" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"You with? Good morning, Jeff. Yes, sir. Hello? Yes, sir. That's twice that happen. Mm hmm. Not sure what's going on there. But We're not making a good connection with Lloyd there. Let's go. Let's go to some of the things that we're doing it at this time of the year. Um, see if lawyer can get a connection back here. Yeah. You're turning back some stuff. Actually, I'm gonna be yanking out some stuff. I have a yo pon, and it's You know, after being in place, probably the better part of 30 years or more. I don't like it got big enough that it messes with my roof. I don't like its location and blocks of you is something so I'm removing your paan, and it has a trunk diameter of about six inches. How do you go about doing this well with a lot of labor. That's the only thing that I couldn't say about it. I've been cutting it back in pieces simply to be a safe and manageable when they cut down a tree. You don't see him. Walk up to the base of this tree. Cut it flushed to the ground. Let it fall over. No. They start. Removing as much of the branch structure is they can so it's not such a big piece when it falls. I'm doing the same thing to your paan. One. I got it down to where I could see the ground. It was such a dense growth. It was. It was a case of cutting that all the way Now I have all these stem sticking out of the ground that are going to do nothing but grow back. So I have to remove those. And that's where the labor comes in. Looks like we have Lloyd back here. Let's see. Lloyd, are you back? I'm here. Yes, sir. What can go with Yes, sir Lloyd. Well, um I don't know why we keep. We can hear you. But lawyer we can hear you just fine. I'm not sure why You can't hear us. Back to the jocard. That is a plant that when you go to cut it down, much like people will complain about Pak Berries and the like. That is a plant that when you cut it down, it is going to fight like crazy to put up new shoots. The fact that I trimmed a six inch time or, you know, paan to six inches above the ground is not going to stop that yoke on all of those shoes. All those extra routes are going to start being an issue and they're gonna try to put on new growth. There's two general approaches here. First off. You come out every day once week. Let's say once a week That's a reasonable number with your pruners. And every time you see a green leave, starting to appear from that old you upon you cut it. As long as the plant loses all its leaves. Remember plants make food. From the sunshine, So if there are no leaves, it could make no food. If there is no food, the plant will starve. The question is how long So I could simply come out once a week on the weekends. Take five minutes. This plant was him one particular area, And every time I start to see some new growth, I can walk by and I can cut it off and I will over time. Carve that your pardon out And guess what? I won't have any New York arms coming up. The problem with that. Is that it will take a long period of time and I want to plant news stuff in that area. So unfortunately or fortunately, it just depends on how you won't look at it. I'm stuck with higher labor deal. And that is, he said, I'm going to take a garden fork and a shovel and I'm going to start at the furthest outside area that I see these opon shoots coming up. I'm gonna start working my way into the center trunk. And I'm going to loosen the soil. I'm gonna dig down some and I'm going to start pulling those roots out one at a time as much of the route masses I can get because everyone those roots just gonna put on new shoot, and it's gonna be frustrating, and it's like a son of a gun. What's going on here? This is just terrible. But that will get rid of it faster for me than taking the long term approach is just constantly keeping it cut. Now, if I had no intention of playing more plants back in there, that it worked fine. You can just constantly keep it cut, but I want to replant this area. This is a really good opportunity, and I actually have the plants already for it. So I'm going to shovel and garden fork and start taking these little bites out of the routes that are still in the ground. It'll be a lot of work, to be honest with you when I finally get to the point where I'm at the central trunk or trunks where they're coming out of the ground and plant was originally put in place. Gonna have to dig down further. And I'm gonna have a good folding hand saw that works well in his sharp I'm gonna wind up having to cut the roots in the ground free of the trunk. To be able to get that big trunk out of the ground and get it disposed of. There's no shortcut here, Um Chemical treatments are not going to be really effective on the size of this plant. This is my options. Cut it so that it never has a leaf on it. Which will take a longer period of time. It's going to be a little less work and it will be effective. But then I'm stuck with an area that I can't do anything to until I'm sure I've taken care of the opon. That may take a while. The other option is is I'm gonna have to get in there and I'm gonna have to pull out those roots and it's going to be some effort in the more effective I am. The more rude I can get rid of. The less likely the plant will ever appear. Unfortunately, a year ago, I went through the same process with the different you upon in a different area. They were playing on the corners. My home didn't like either one of them. But as a result, I'm kind of like, got the experience now how much I'm gonna have to work. And it's going to work just fine. I'm just stuck dealing with Trying to remove Ah lot of plant matter that there's no shortcut about it. The end result should be fine because now I get to replant this area and I won't have to constantly deal with these shoots coming up. Somebody may ask What? Wait a minute. You're concert. Great. They provide a ton of cover. We found several bird now. Centam empty. I didn't disturb any birds that were nesting now. And they're full of Berries that the birds absolutely at all kinds of birds like to eat that get him through the winter. Well, Planted to New York ponds in a location. I wanted them to grow. Well ahead of deciding to remove the one I had for that exact reason. To make sure that I could still provide the food source to the wildlife and the habitat and all that. It's just that now I have your pawns in a place. I want them to grow as opposed to a place where they're growing that it's caused me nothing but problems. So there is another trick that we learned over time when you sit out and you look and you have a tree that you know is dying and you have to get rid of it. Do you have plans to the wrong place which happens all the time? Are you suddenly decided to change your landscape? That doesn't mean that you just go out there and cut everything plush. You can take the time. To replace a tree. If I I have two trees that were terrible trees. I wonder if having cut down I planted their replacements. Almost five years. Before I want up, cutting the trees down so that when I cut those trees down that I didn't like they were, they were Arizona ashes. They were well past their normal life span, they had significant damage. And they were risking my home from where they were situated. If they sell, they would crash into my house. Five years before I decided to get him cut down. I replaced them with trees with a longer life span in a proper location where they're not so close to my house, but they still provided shape. That when I removed The ashes. It's not like I have blazing Western sun all of a sudden no, the replacement trees had become big enough to replace almost all of the shade that I lost. The same is happening with this. Yo, Pon. I know the birds love it. I love to watch them. Go in there and battle for the Berries. Peter Waxwings go crazy. And I know that birds I have had cardinals hosting in that tree for years. Leverage planted the replacements long before I decide to tackle this in terror it out. That's how we can move through our landscape. It's not simply a case of wipe it out. Go to zero start over again. Sometimes you can exchange things a little bit of planning. Not a lot of effort. Getting things in place before you remove the old. That's how you flow through a garden. That's how you keep your garden looking.
"jeff yes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Morning there Jeff yeah that deadline being five o'clock later on this afternoon for them to answer and of course anyone who's been following this is has been quite the saga back and forth Major League Baseball and the players union have been negotiating for months and now league executives say they will force feed the players a sixty game season now the players union has until five o'clock tonight or this afternoon like we mentioned to respond to what what's on the table they have to accept two things one is to agree to start another round of spring training by July first and second agreed to help the industry few protocols with everything that's going on with covert nineteen it's also all about the money the players have already agreed to pro rated salaries but try to drain through a sliding scale that would have cost the owners two hundred seventy five million dollars more even with the deal this by no means is over the players union and the league are headed for a cliff when the current collective bargaining agreement is over at the end of next season and Jeff still no guarantee that got a CS by five o'clock and you know we're just spectators and this is all given me a headache all my goodness man all right so baseball could be back at Fenway Park with no crowds by the end of July but still it's baseball going out to eat what a treat these days here in Massachusetts but in the age of coronavirus we do have an appreciation of the little things right for the first time in months restaurant doors are open and welcoming customers inside with strict health and safety protocols in place WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe makes a pit stop in Quincy to find out how things are going tables are six feet apart at both.
"jeff yes" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Good Friday morning Jeff yes good morning had been Madonna happy Friday happy Friday Friday yesterday a good day for Wall Street yeah wasn't updating stocks are higher on most global markets today analysts say investors are weighing news about economies re opening and word that the U. S. and China have a constructive phone call on trade and weighing that against the data showing how much economic damage is being caused by the coronavirus and right now they're in a risk on mood we have the Dow futures up a hundred ninety one points swell in its jobs Friday but we what we already know that the job situation is bad has Wall Street already factored that in that's the that's part of it also Wall Street is looking past this yeah economists don't know how rapid the recovery is going to be but they still expect the third and fourth quarters will look a whole lot better than the current quarter the labor department that reports about seven minutes from now six minutes from now and it is expected to say that about twenty two million jobs were lost in April and that would be twenty seven times the worst monthly decline from the Great Recession eleven times the previous record which goes back to September of nineteen forty five that's when the U. S. was demobilizing after the second World War this virus has done more damage to more things than it's just yeah I'm just going and it's just on top of the the the people yeah hello it's just awful so it looks like things are look gonna look a little different if you go to the airport when we know it's travel is down something like ninety seven percent yeah and but now the airport screeners will have to wear masks that's new order from the transportation security administration more than five hundred screeners and tested positive for covert nineteen so this is really largely for the protection of passengers six screeners have died government and industry working group is now considering whether face covering should be required for everyone who even enters an airport you know I can't imagine that they wouldn't be I have to I have to fly to Phoenix next next Friday after the show and I've but I've already got my face mask in my car ready to go for that I I don't wanna be without one yeah well it the face mask you know remember collects Birchard will certainly way and more on this the the folks for that the general public the kind of face masks that we wear we go out is just in case we happen to be carrying the virus we won't spread it as readily it won't really protect you from someone else who may have suppliers right but I think you know I think it's from this is from the stance that every little bit kind of helps you know just to add to it just to add a little something I don't know up front here airlines checking passengers temperatures yep and print your alliances managed to keep its name in the news all week the latest the news from the Kerrier is that will be the first to check passengers temperatures frontier will assess whether people boarding its planes have fevers that starts June first not only for passengers but also from to your employees being screened still we also have a lot of businesses that are are going bankrupt yeah that's we've heard a lot of that of the pandemic really is crushed some companies that are household names experts say we could be in for the most jarring stretch of corporate bankruptcies in memory and very few industries are being spared the head of debt advisory and restructuring it PJ Solomon tracks the financial well being of hundreds of companies using a color code he says he's seeing page after page of red a J. crew in Neiman Marcus filed for bankruptcy this week and the J. C. Penney and hurts are said to be flashing red among other companies small and that's you know that's on top of the soup plantation here at San Diego company that's that's going out of business they just can't see a way forward with you know the buffet style of of eating and speaking of food yeah the meat packing industry is being investigated yeah this is a book largely not to do with the coronavirus sources say the justice department is looking into possible antitrust violations by meat packing companies this probe started prior to the start of the outbreak which has led to many meat plant closures meat packing is a very highly consolidated business only for companies Tyson JBS Cargill and national beef account for about eighty percent of the meat market in this country all right Jeff Ballenger Bloomberg thank you so much and we will talk to you next week okay have a great weekend yes all right the police have a message for you I have.
Boston: Former Holy Cross Rowing Coach Cited After Fatal Crash
"Five Holy Cross former Holy Cross women's rowing coach has been issued a citation following a deadly crash that killed one of his student athletes we're joined by W. B. C.'s Jim McKay with a look at the story good morning gentlemen good morning there Jeff yeah it was just last week when we learned that former Holy Cross women's rowing coach Patrick Diggins was retiring after thirty four years coaching there he was behind the wheel of the team van down in vero beach Florida back on January fifteenth they were headed to a training exercise he turned left at a green light on a busy road but failed to yield for oncoming traffic thirteen people were injured one of his rowers grace Rhett's sophomore from Oxbridge died in that crash now this citations Dickens is facing is not criminal in nature the investigation is considered close police though are turning over what they learn to local prosecutors
Thinking About Writing A Book?
"Are released a book last year. It's called big podcast. Grow your podcast audience build listener loyalty and get everybody talking about your show. This book is available. Everywhere it is on kindle is in paperback and very soon I will have an audiobook version of it for you. I read every single word. I read every single word probably five times because I don't know how to read that. Well just kidding but as a podcast. Your people are listening to me. I kinda got a little bit of perfectionism going right. I wanted it to be something. I was proud of a wanted it to be something that would last. So I've gone through this piece by piece. Edited it together myself and that is almost done definitely within next month. I'll let you know about it. I don't WanNa get too much on this episode because I want to focus on a portion of an interview that I did with a guy named grant Baldwin. You may know him from the Speaker Lab. Podcast if you're interested in building a speaking business. He has a new book. It's called the successful speaker. Five steps for booking gigs getting paid and building your platform. He did it with a guy named Jeff coins. You may know Jeff from his own books. He's got a great book. Called real artists. Don't starve and if you're into books. War of art by Stephen Press Field. If you're in a mindset books. I think you'll really like it. Jeff worked with grant on this book. The successful speaker to package grants information into a book. Format grand has all this public speaking knowledge. He does podcast. He's done a lot of interviews. He may be in the same situation. That you're in your Talker europe-wide castor you speak to but maybe you don't right so part of this conversation with grant. I asked him about that. I have about working with Jeff joins using jeff as a ghostwriter to package his information and here is that portion of the interview speaking of expansion. You do the new book the Successful Speaker. A lot of people start the book. Go to speaking to promote it. You start with speaking now. You've got a book which you're also promoting via speaking among other things. Let's talk about this. I want to know how you got the deal. Did they approach you and by that? I mean Baker. The publisher was because you were known or did you have to go to them. Talk about how you got this deal. Publishers are typically looking for people that have an audience and can ultimately sell books and so that was something that that we definitely had with our audience so I was a full week for several years and then a few years ago. We'd started the speech lab where we're doing more training and coaching for other speakers. As we built up a significant audience and email lists and social media following of people who are interested in speaking. Not everyone wants to be a fulltime speaker when there's plenty of people who are interested in speaking to various degrees. That was something that was certainly appealing to them in terms of us being able to promote and sell books and get the word out on on a book the backstory would be I worked with our mutual. Jeff going on this and Jeff had reached out a one point like hey. Do you have any interest in doing a book at any point? Like not really like I had done a a self published book. A few years ago had done well but I like I just don't enjoy writing like I prefer podcast audio and speaking and I just don't writing is not my favorite thing. Let Me Stop You when you say. Dunwell of heard you talk about the numbers. You had pretty good numbers on that. Self-published book yeah and it was so as a when I was doing speaking of doing a lot with Initiative on a lot with students doing a lot with with high school student and collisions So we sold the books for them and sold over thirty thousand physical copies of the book. I don't know where that ranks in terms of of Of Average book sales. Let me have you think of like this. This is what a guy told me from the music industry one time he said If you think thousand CDs isn't a lot look at what a thousand CDs is and you. Imagine thirty thousand bucks. That's a lot of books man. Yeah that's the book did fine and so I think from a bucket list item of just like check the box. I wrote a book. I wrote every single word of that book like all right. I'm done I'm good. I don't need I don't need to read it but I see the value of a book. You didn't feel that on on because it says with Jeff going and I was curious about that to basically the way it came to be as Jeff asked me like. Hey Do you have any interest in doing a book? I was like really. He had a friend with Baker the publisher and said hey the they might be interested. Are you interested in doing something? Like I duNNo. Maybe we had a couple of conversations with Baker and so finally came back and said all right. Here's the deal. You have a ton of content already around speaking so done. Hundreds of podcasts episode with multiple courses of done. A lot of interviews have a lot of cases that they have a lot of experience on all things speaking a lot of success stories. He said what if what if I was kind of the writer for I took all that content and I just kind of synthesized it. It's all your content. It's all your materials all your voice. I'm just describe. Would you be interested in something like that? Like Yeah Heck Yeah I'd love that'd be awesome. You know white publisher said we want to give you a bunch of money for Jeff going to write your book. Yeah where do I sign up for that? So that's essentially what it turned out to be is Jeff is kind of a non ghostwriter ghost rider and so it's all my content but he was the one that took that content and to turn it into Book Form Jeff as extremely knowledgeable when it comes to the publishing space and writing books and crafting books and so he was absolutely amazing to work with had a great experience and so different are written in different ways in terms of like a lot of well known. Authors have ghostwriter meant to be a ghost. That's unknown also Jeff. Yeah Jeff was very much like I said from the beginning like I have no problem talking about like jeff part of this project and the project would have happened without Jeff. So that's a little of the behind the Music
Thinking About Writing A Book?
"David Hooper. Build a big podcast hence senior for a while. Still around got some great stuff. Coming up for you apologies. We're kind of on your man. Something came up very exciting project. Big podcasting project actually. Unfortunately I can tell you what it is I hate to be. He's like that. Maybe someday I'll be able to that. It was a good opportunity a lot of fun and a lot of lessons from this project and Well Yeah let's move forward with your podcast. Let's talk about spreading your message. One of the things I've also been working on. You might have heard me talk about it. A little bit are released a book last year. It's called big podcast. Grow your podcast audience build listener loyalty and get everybody talking about your show. This book is available. Everywhere it is on kindle is in paperback and very soon I will have an audiobook version of it for you. I read every single word. I read every single word probably five times because I don't know how to read that. Well just kidding but as a podcast. Your people are listening to me. I kinda got a little bit of perfectionism going right. I wanted it to be something. I was proud of a wanted it to be something that would last. So I've gone through this piece by piece. Edited it together myself and that is almost done definitely within next month. I'll let you know about it. I don't WanNa get too much on this episode because I want to focus on a portion of an interview that I did with a guy named grant Baldwin. You may know him from the Speaker Lab. Podcast if you're interested in building a speaking business. He has a new book. It's called the successful speaker. Five steps for booking gigs getting paid and building your platform. He did it with a guy named Jeff coins. You may know Jeff from his own books. He's got a great book. Called real artists. Don't starve and if you're into books. War of Art Stephen Press Field. If you're in a mindset books. I think you'll really like it. Jeff worked with grant on this book. The successful speaker to package grants information into a book. Format grand has all this public speaking knowledge. He does podcast. He's done a lot of interviews. He may be in the same situation. That you're in your Talker europe-wide castor you speak to but maybe you don't right so part of this conversation with grant. I asked him about that. I have about working with Jeff joins using jeff as a ghostwriter to package his information and here is that portion of the interview speaking of expansion. You do the new book the Successful Speaker. A lot of people start the book. Go to speaking to promote it. You start with speaking now. You've got a book which you're also promoting via speaking among other things. Let's talk about this. I want to know how you got the deal. Did they approach you and by that? I mean Baker. The publisher was because you were known or did you have to go to them. Talk about how you got this deal. Publishers are typically looking for people that have an audience and can ultimately sell books and so that was something that that we definitely had with our audience so I was a full week for several years and then a few years ago. We'd started the speech lab where we're doing more training and coaching for other speakers. As we built up a significant audience and email lists and social media following of people who are interested in speaking. Not everyone wants to be a fulltime speaker. Let there's plenty of people who are interested in speaking to various degrees. That was something that was certainly appealing to them in terms of us being able to promote and sell books and get the word out on on a book the backstory would be I worked with our mutual. Jeff going on this and Jeff had reached out a one point like hey. Do you have any interest in doing a book at any point Like not really like I had done a a self published book. A few years ago had done well but I like I just don't enjoy writing like I prefer podcast audio and speaking and I just don't writing is not my favorite thing. Let Me Stop You when you say. Dunwell of heard you talk about the numbers. You had pretty good numbers on that. Self-published book yeah and it was so as a when I was doing speaking of doing a lot with Initiative on a lot with students doing a lot with with high school student and collisions So we sold the books for them and sold over thirty thousand physical copies of the book. I don't know where that ranks in terms of of Of Average book sales. Let me have you think of like this. This is what a guy told me from the music industry one time he said If you think thousand CDs is on a lot look at what a thousand CDs is and you. Imagine thirty thousand bucks. That's a lot of books man. Yeah that's the book did fine and so I think from a bucket list item of just like check the box. I wrote a book. I wrote every single word of that book like all right. I'm done I'm good. I don't need I don't need to see valuable book. You didn't feel that on on because it says with Jeff going and I was curious about that to basically the way it came to be as Jeff asked me like. Hey Do you have any interest in doing a book? I was like really. He had a friend with Baker the publisher and said hey the they might be interested. Are you interested in doing something? Like I duNNo. Maybe we had a couple of conversations with Baker and so finally came back and said all right. Here's the deal. You have a ton of content already around speaking so done. Hundreds of podcasts episode with multiple courses of done. A lot of interviews have a lot of cases that they have a lot of experience on all things speaking a lot of success stories. He said what if what if I was kind of the writer for I took all that content and I just kind of synthesized it. It's all your content. It's all your materials all your voice. I'm just describe. Would you be interested in something like that? Like Yeah Heck Yeah I'd love that'd be awesome. You know white publisher said we want to give you a bunch of money for Jeff going to write your book. Yeah where do I sign up for that? So that's essentially what it turned out to be is Jeff is kind of a non ghostwriter ghost rider and so it's all my content but he was the one that took that content and to turn it into Book Form Jeff as extremely knowledgeable when it comes to the publishing space and writing books and crafting books and so he was absolutely amazing to work with had a great experience and so different are written in different ways in terms of like a lot of well known. Authors have ghostwriter meant to be a ghost. That's unknown also Jeff. Yeah Jeff was very much like I said from the beginning like I have no problem talking about like jeff part of this project and the project would have happened without jeff so it's a little of the behind the Music Graham Baldwin. The successful speaker is the book. Five steps for booking gigs getting paid and building your platform. We were talking about working with Jeff going. Who's the ghost rider on this project? That kind of partnership. Maybe something for you to consider. If you've got all this great information you think you know I don't want to write a book. It's a lot of work and it is a lot of work. You're talking about it earlier. Even reading the book for me a lot of work a lot of work is it worth it. Yes came walking with a ghost rider. Help to get something out in your voice quicker than you can do it on your own absolutely a
"jeff yes" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Senator Kamel Harris the Michigan Democratic Party black caucus is now endorsing Joe Biden for president caucus chairman Keith Williams says the former vice president fought for our communities while serving under president Barack Obama and help the say the auto industry and strengthen the United auto workers union Michigan's presidential primary is March tenth anyone who's been pulled over by a ledge police impersonator Adrian on song on Sunday is being asked to call the Oakland county sheriff's office after he was arrested by sheriff Michael Bouchard last week the twenty three year old Waterford management arraigned on a felony weapons charge and a misdemeanor for decking out his SUV to look like a police vehicle Livonia police have a nineteen year old Detroit man jailed in connection with the armed robbery of a Taco Bell on Varamin road in December Moses champion was arrested yesterday he's also accused of hitting several other fast food restaurants in the metro area champion is expected to face federal charges for the robbery we have the traffic and weather for times an hour I'm John Bailey of the patriot FM one a one point five that ATM for it's Jamie progresses employee of the month to month in a row leave a message at the hi Jamie it's me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song with the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay mean trombone was what wine you say will be found coverage options to fit your budget then we just all the finger snaps will acquire goes coming after they've come at Jeff yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I.
"jeff yes" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Is where you work so hard the the mortgage because home is more than four walls and roof porch swing on a summer night pajamas with feet and everybody over for Sunday dinner little stuffed chair in the living room you just can't get rid of this is why you work a second job this is why you learn to fix things yourself so you could see repairs his home is your place your memories family sleeping in their own beds we are making home for a free government resource that can be paying the mortgage and now even more options are available eight eight eight eight nine nine five today eight eight eight nine nine five or visit making home affordable this is why two by the US treasury the council when you were a little kid you thought about what you wanted to be teaching was at the top of your things changed and as you got older teaching didn't seem like the best option in so you think you'll be something else what would your twelve year old cells now you want to be a doctor you don't think teachers save lives twenty five at a time actress a different role every time the bell rings about a scientist ever heard of physics chemistry who do you think teachers the teachers today are breaking down finding innovative ways to instill old lessons and taking learning far beyond the four walls of the classroom it's time to recognize great things are happening in teaching and put it back on your list don't try to convince yourself on the line right the first time find out how you can make more make more brought to you by and the ad council sound coming from what time was that J. Jeff yeah yeah J. talking with Bradley J. WBZ news radio ten thirty four seventeen in the.
"jeff yes" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Fifty four degrees at four o'clock that afternoon I'm Jeff McKinney one police officer dead what's being described now this multiple dead inside a kosher market in Jersey city after a shootout with police this afternoon W. ours James flipping his here is the very latest for stress Hey Jeff yes one officer killed a married father of five according to reports to injured police officers who are expected to survive and now this the latest that we're getting from a channel for NBC news here in New York is that there's five people dead in addition to the one police officer that's two suspects and three civilians that it appears work in this kosher supermarket at the time now as far as you know what exactly happened if they might have been caught in crossfire you played the cut about an hour ago with all those guns all all those hundreds of rounds right ripping out on a on a street there in Jersey city on impossible to know at this point exactly how all those people were killed but three civilians according to NBC news four and two suspects dead inside the kosher supermarket by the way we talked a lot about last hour that the schools were placed on lockdown one thing the Jersey city mayor Steven fall to tell us is that the schools secure all children are accounted for on those children not been released yet but like I said the mayor did speak to the press about thirty minutes ago update from Jersey police department you know these these people work tirelessly in very very tough conditions and we're going to notify the family but is one of our best police officers and tough day for Jersey okay so absurd you were talking about just the extreme amount of gunfire there's a maelstrom of gunfire erupting and this is what it sounded like so if you're trying to say well we don't quite.
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A Look At The Latest Movies In Theaters
"Movies tonight's premiere a lot of really interesting movies premiering tonight including the latest in the terminator series in the first movie that James Cameron's been involved in in a bit joining us now to talk about terminator dark fate and a few others is sorry bunch Washington post center stage contributor and movie critic joining us here in the here who have program said bunch good to talk to you about friends here in Cleveland how are I'm great Bob I'm great it is it is kind of a weird weekend at the at the movies you've got you've got a couple of pseudo award hi quite releases coming out this weekend you've got motherless Brooklyn right which is the ad Norton new are about life in New York City in the in you know thanks Vera it it is that the the problem with this movie is that it is the features as Norton doing that very ed Norton the actor leaf thing you know if you've seen the trailer a hundred times and I have a you know that this is you know that this is going to be which he you know kind of should the shuddering map and then you also have which is the story of Harriet Tubman I let me see if I may so he let me ask you a bit more about motherless Brooklyn because I am an Edward Norton fan and I'm I mean going going back to the illusionist I mean it I mean virtually all of the twenty fifth hour is that the kind of thing you're talking about when you see a typical Edward Norton type of it is a very it's a very after the manner performance yeah he's doing he's doing if he played a character who has as a mental disorder if they it's kind of a rain man white hi situation and you know it it it depends on how much patience you have for that like I it again my my my big complaint here is that the movie is two and a half hours long and the this is the an ad that somebody with limited patient it's hard to do that and so and there's also Herriot which unfortunately I I miss that my my child had the flu so I was not able to get the the the press screening of that but I'm I'm pretty interested in it in part because it makes Hardman look like a walking talking poster for the the the second amendment as she's you know she she has the arm up there she can head back south and and free the slaves I I I I am looking for that I have not actually seen it's like yeah I can't say one way or the other if it is they recommend or not recommend other terminator dark fate is is the big movie out this week of opening wide on you know four thousand three and is the first James Cameron involves terminator then in the the second one then he turned right back yeah and it is also a direct sequel to teach here this is one thing that people are fans if if there are fans out there who have obsessively watched all of the terminator movies you know terminator three terminator salvation terminator Genisys that that there are Connor chronicle this kind of gets all of that the the the with all of that out of existence and it's just the straight world two terminator two which that's great news that's great news because I I'm one of those who skipped all of those sorry I I I I don't know why the genesis and the others did not grab me because I was a huge terminator fan of the first two and I missed all the rest so I kind of thought I can't go see this I will have missed so much so you're saying that matter does not matter if you if you've seen terminator wanted terminator two you're all caught up I think I think most people have just seen terminator one in terminator three honestly I I have a soft spot for I thought it was interesting and there's something kind of different with the with the with the franchise the terminator dark fate starters there were it features the return of Linda Hamilton affair Connor she is back in trying to save a a young girl who lived in Mexico for being a what being wiped out by the terminator that is kind of a mix of the the terminators from the first two movies that if the if gotta act endoskeleton you know the metal and a skeleton with the metal liquid liquid metal poly alloy him make a kind of separate itself the can in separate itself into two sermon acres wow it's not just one and can I come in gonna coming hello and thank you and also a defining this girl is at a argument human I play by mackenzie Davis who who is the is the interesting actress she was on the halt and catch fire the prestige internet TV are you know prestige SL on AMC about the the ride the use a mac whatever Bubba around the figure out so the bunch though about terminator dark fate is is at his age he doesn't look like in cannot be the terminator of the past what role does Arnold play in his terminator by a persona in this thing sure well I I I don't want to spoil too much but but Arnold is also back he he will be back he is back and he is playing a terminator that has that came back from from the past and have kind of that'll that'll down almost the he has he has a family and I I'm not joking not a joke you have a family and his family is a family of five plus I mean I I get was it too much okay bye I got too much it is it is interesting you know there's there's there's a whole gender studies dissertation the written about the evolution of the terminator through through the years you know the in the four and like the role of masculinity in society or something as in the first movie right he's just as big Bob naked that you'd write me right goes around killing people and you know he is very of what product any you know and then in the second movie he had you have to learn to feel any you know he he gave he did he get them humor and you get them on personality and then in this movie he is again almost domesticated and it's very strange to her watch he that play out on screen it's not bad exactly if it's just strange I don't know I mean but the problem with this movie is that it totally fine but nothing more than that and if you if you want to revisit this world and you want to do it with James Cameron I think you need something a little more than fine but I also don't know that there's there's that much more you can do with the terminator movies right if it's a movie about you know sending a robot back into the past to kill somebody who is important to humanity future and you can only do that so many times with the before before the well really run right right well yeah I I just I think it I I think you could I I I I can't I can't give us a strong recommend in the sense that I don't think it's a much the gotta you gotta get out there you're gonna be wowed by it but it's it's okay it's fine you won't hate it if if mediocre we're not gonna see Arnold on skis jumping over cage shark though you're here you're telling me it's it's it's a less okay I feel like that sounds may have jumped the shark when you told me there's a terminator family I don't know how that's going to play out they said the only ask you one other question also opening this weekend I'm AT and if you've seen it or not but I'm interested just because of the heavy weights involved deniro has taken on a break from bashing Donald Trump and decided to make a movie here with Pacino and with the ray Romano as well it's the Irishman the Jimmy Hoffa another Jimmy Hoffa a vehicle here any thoughts on that one well I actually see that this morning there's a press screening the hot so I I do not have any thought Jeff yeah I I I don't be is it actually out in theaters now is that I had seen the ingleses opens today now so that yeah yeah yes so it is it okay after this is a necklace release it is going to be playing limited in a few theaters around the country it is a and I I just looked it up it is playing in DC so I I see it in a couple hours I will let you get back and let everybody know how good it is next week I yeah but it is it is out in a limited run in theaters right now mostly landmark they think and then it's going to be on Netflix on I think the fifteenth but let me I I will I will I I saw I saw the promotion for the movie yesterday on I don't know if it was the today show for what it was but but I did see here in interview no one today but anyway I did see an interview with the three of them and you know anytime you see anytime you see deniro and Pacino get together on screen which they have done numerous times it's it's huge it's you know either the chemistry is always perfect and and and it's always it the question is about the story which you'll find out later this morning but I'm also curious to see whether or not Robert de Niro's brand has been damaged or diminished at all because of his you know is this political career now seems to be as important to him is that his acting career and some people love his you know outside interests bashing Donald Trump and some people really resent it'll be interesting to see how audiences respond yeah so it it's on that puts on November twenty seventh in theaters now it in a few theaters now Hampel theaters now and then they'll be on Netflix starting November twenty seventh you know it's interesting because I I it'll be it'll be hard to judge exactly what what the response to this movie is because Netflix doesn't release any actual data you know they they don't release box office data they don't release of the data who actually watch it the movie and how much of it so it's hard it's hard to say if audiences will you know will stay away from that new models sorry is this a new model big you're right I mean it's Netflix produced and I think I saw on exposures today it's a hundred sixty million dollar budget so it's a massive budget movie if I saw that correctly in its Netflix and they are going to put it on Netflix but it's going to have a limited run in theaters is that a new model I don't I don't recall that being a very common thing if it's Netflix for them to put it in the mix we asked for a while they do it they do it for the they do it for you know doctors even type movie the the awards contenders because in order to qualify for the Oscars you have to have a theatrical run in in at least New York and Los Angeles or you know one week or two weeks it if if the thing so they they expand that a little bit and do you know Chicago the others but it is it is not a it is not the standard necklace really followed not the first time they've done that they did that last year for Roma and some of their other movies ballad about their Scruggs and and a couple others and they've they've done it a couple times this year but it is it's very it's very strange because the because of the way they work the major theater chains that want to work with them they have to do the right in the route well I'll tell you what Sonny it's a really interesting mix there's terminator if you're a fan of the series of special the first to go to that one if you can stand two and a half hours of jittery go see motherless Brooklyn and we'll find out next week what you thought of the Irishman sunny bunch Washington Post movie critic thank you so
"jeff yes" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Have good news Jeff yeah it's just been one record high after another it seems over the pass a vote two months at this point to at least two months and what we have one more record in US today sunshine ninety seven the old record ninety five from two thousand six but then a cold front moves through tonight partly cloudy or expecting some showers and storms about a fifty percent chance of rain that's a pretty good chance not anything to significant though just some downpours and lighting and then it it's wake is is what we've all been waiting for partly sunny breezy and cooler tomorrow about a high of just seventy eight maybe that's even a little generous said to likely fifties for a low tomorrow night and Tuesday morning at Tuesday still not bad with highs in the low eighties bill I gotta tell you you're back on my Christmas card list very good very good just in time yeah that rain that you're talking about quickies though not like we've got a threat of flash flooding or anything it yeah no idea if we do see is so heavy rain yeah I could run off briefly it but it's not going to be very significant area of showers and storms moved through pretty quickly you know some places may see some measurable rain maybe up to a few tenths of an inch of your lucky but yeah just some quick downpours and lightning around tonight and then it's dry air moving back in tomorrow with the cooler weather well I'll take the temperature we need the rain but the temperature will be a great start yeah yeah we'll take it a step at a time I think I think we do warm up a bit a little Wednesday Thursday but that work back of perhaps even cooler by Friday and next Saturday maybe highs in the low seventies instead of upper.
Hearing with Trump loyalist Corey Lewandowski ends after 6 hours
"If you read the early reviews of today's hearing in the House Judiciary Committee by which I mean the reviews written about four are four and a half hours into the five and a half hour hearing then you would think the hearing was a mess the daily beast headline at five fifty five pm. I'm said Corey Lewandowski testimony quickly devolves into a mess but a minute later literally a minute after that was filed everything having changed it was a half hour left in that hearing when everything changed in Corey Lewandowski change coralline Dusky ran out of ways to avoid answering questions when he faced a full half hour of concentrated cross examination by lawyer hired by the committee to question witnesses in its impede from investigation the Republicans on the committee were determined to make a mockery of the committee process from the start we have never seen a more childish and abusive the use of committee process and committee rules than what the Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee did today. This was the low point in the history of house hearings procedurally the Republicans made repeated motions to shut down the hearing to just adjourn the hearing close it down and when those motions were defeated instantly by voice vote the Republicans then called for as is their right roll call votes that they knew would take time. They knew they were going to lose and they were just trying to waste time and add to the circus atmosphere that they created corey. Lou Dusky was ready for a circus. He was was not ready for serious questioning. When Republicans took their five minute turns questioning the witness they ignored corey. Lewandowski is role in the president's attempt to shut shutdown the muller investigation as described by Corn Corey Lewandowski own testimony in the mullahs report and his own notes that are reproduced in the mall the report Republican questioning deliberately did not make any sense but the question on the democratic side also mostly didn't make sense because of Republican publican interference with that questioning and the simple fact that should be obvious by now that most members of Congress are not very good at this they did not run for the district attorney they ran for the House of Representatives and every once in a while they have to play district attorney in committee hearings and generally for most of them. It doesn't go oh very well except for the people who have actually been prosecutors and so for hours on end it was a chaotic hearing with Corey Lewandowski becoming increasingly singley emboldened in his refusal to answer any question for which the answer was not already contained in the report he was asked by several Democrats to read passages the report and he repeatedly refused to do so cars when Eric Swallow Zeroed in on page ninety one of the Mullahs report which reproduced Corey Lewandowski own connotes of a speech Donald Trump dictated to him for Attorney General Jeff sessions to deliver about the Mueller Investigation Wild Wild Jeff sessions recused from supervising or commenting on the Muller Investigation in the trump written speech jeff sessions would announce that the special special prosecutor's investigation of the president is unfair and the special prosecutor would only be allowed from this point forward to investigate the possibility of quote election meddling for future elections so that nothing can happen in future elections harassment ex well well ask Corey Lewandowski to read his notes outs of his conversation with the president as reproduced in the mall report and Lewin Dusky refused to read his words allow were you were ashamed to read them out loud and you didn't deliver those words to the person the president asks you to did. You have a conscious of guilt. I have nothing to be guilty of congressman. Thank you still feel guilty today. And that's why you can't read it out loud cars when you're welcome to read the words if you'd like when the members of the committee finally finished their questioning almost five hours after hearing began it was finally time for the thirty minutes of questioning reserved for attorney. Barry Burke who is serving as a consultant of the Committee Hybrid Chairman Nadler Adler and chaos broke out once again as the Republicans pretended there was something wrong with having council ask questions in the committee even though the committee has done that many many times before especially in investigations of a president and after another round votes trying and failing to close down the hearing completely finally finally Barry Burke closed in on Corey Lewandowski for what was the worst public half hour of Corey Lewandowski life. My question to you sir is on national television. Did you lie about your relationship with the special counsel and whether they sought your interview I I don't know prior to the Muller report being published in redacted form. Did you ever misrepresent what you did on behalf of the president. I can't think of an instance where that would have occurred. Let me show you an interview that you did on May Fourteenth Twentieth Nineteen. Excuse me a I'll show it to you from February twenty-second twenty one thousand nine. Let me show it to you. Excuse me Ma'am number twenty nine thousand nine. Thank you don't ever remember the president ever asking me to get involved with Jeff sessions or the department injustice in any way shape so did you hear that Sir that was used saying on MSNBC. You don't ever remember the president ever. We're asking you to get involved with. Jeff sessions or department of Justice in any way shape or form. That wasn't true. Was it sir. I heard that UH and that was not true was it. I've no obligation beyond to the media's because there's just as dishonest as anybody else so you're admitting sir. You're not being truthful in that clip correct my interview with remember. This can be in any way you'd like. Did you lie on national television. Sorry about the president giving you a message. It's the attorney general about the special counsel's investigation. I don't recall that particular day and my mindset at the time I couldn't answer that. Corey Lewandowski told Robert Muller's investigators that he didn't want to deliver the president's message to Jeff Sessions at the Justice Department Jeff Sessions Office because he did not want the justice this apartment logs to show that he visited the Attorney General. He didn't WANNA public record of that meeting. Barry Burke pressed Corey Lewandowski on why he didn't want a public record of of him entering the Justice Department. So is it a fact. He didn't want to public log because you knew what you doing wrong so the just as the president went to an unofficial official nongovernment employees you wanted to make sure there was not a record of it isn't that right sir. No log creates a record of your visiting with the Attorney General so I would think a log world creator record degreaser that you admitted to the special counsel. You didn't want to have a record of your visit and that's why that's one of the reasons why you didn't go to the Department of Justice because she did not want to public log of your visit correct. I've never been to the Department of Justice. I don't know what goes on the Department of Justice. I don't really want to find out what happened. Department of Justice based on what's happened to other people involving the Department of Justice to be honest with you. Barry Burke insisted that the reason Corey Lewandowski did not personally deliver the president's message to Jeff. Yes actions is that Corey Lewandowski knew that would not be legal. You said so. You never did anything other than what was completely legal when you said that circus you knew if you delivered that message that told the Attorney General to instruct the special counsel delimit the investigation to exclude the president that would not be illegal. Isn't that correct surf Mr Burke. I didn't have the privilege of going to Harvard Law School. I'm not an attorney so what I know is. I didn't think at the time that the president asked me to deliver a message that anything was illegal about it. I didn't have the privilege to go to Harvard Law. So if you're telling me that in your opinion that would have been illegal then that's your opinion too but I never assume that that never thought about at the time I haven't thought about now. Why didn't you deliver the message that the president ask you delivered unless you didn't deliver it because you knew it was improper to deliver. Mr Burglar wasn't a priority. It sure reads like a priority in the mullahs report throughout the day. Corey Lewandowski refused to answer multiple questions agents about his conversations with anyone working in the White House. Berry Burke showed that this was not exactly a sacred principle to Corey Lewandowski. I can't speak to conversations that may or may not have with senior staff members of the administration to preserve the privilege they've invoked so it's such a sacred privilege as you would not disclose private communications because that would be wrong you testimony sir now. My testimony is at the White House directed that disclosed the substance of any discussions with the president advisors to protect executive branch confidentiality and I recognize that's not my privilege but I am. I am respecting the decision of the White House. Didn't you publish a book in which you disclose these very conversations. You had with senior White House officials which book you reference. I've written to New York Times bestsellers on a year so you refresh my memory with one. I'm asking you about the bestseller lead trumpy trump leading off our discussion. Tonight is democratic. Congressman Eric Swallow of California is one of the able questioners on the House Judiciary Committee because because he is a former deputy district attorney himself also joining us Mimi Roca former assistant. US Attorney Southern District of New York an MSNBC legal legal contributor cars. I WanNa start with something you brought up to Chairman Nadler when when it was your turn already been one brief recess in the hearing and so I'm not sure whether this was I could tell us whether this was coordinated with the chairman. Not specifically said you asked the chairman to consider holding holding Corey Lewandowski in contempt of Congress for the way he was testifying in that hearing which I have to say in any previous in Congress he would have been held in contempt of Congress in the first five minutes based on what we saw what's going to happen with the question of contempt of Congress for Corey Lewandowski in Dusky. It's certainly on the table and I also think the to witness chairs next to him. empty chairs should mean empty pockets and they need to be fine. There need to be consequences and when you when you by the way I could listen to that Barry Burke Exchange all day and then he he he's just masterful and finally the truth came came out but that's not how an innocent person conducts themselves. That's how he wants to help the Congress understand. You know what the president did would present themselves. That's how a guilty person acts and so are the chairman is going to consider contempt and we're not going to stop it in Lawrence and I I saw just like you did the you know the twitter. you know hot takes on what all this meant and people said it was messy. It was frustrating and that's all true but if the opposite of of this is to do nothing and let the President get away with further obstruction. We're not GonNa do that either and we have court battles that are ongoing right now so the president may benefit in the short term from confusing people and telling people to obstruct but in the long-term there's going to be a cascade of court decisions in our favor and it's not going to be very good for the trump team. Carson there is one another alternative for the mess of it and that is letting Barry Burke to either all the questioning or let Barry Burke have the first half our and then let the mess follow that yeah and it also just depends as well on the witnesses. We should assume that most witnesses are going to be like Mister Lebowski. That's just the trump style. They haven't had to have any consequences for that as of late and yes I think you know just just like you want more cowbell. Give us more burke. He was very very good. maybe Roca one of the things that you don't have in the courtroom is the other side when in the middle of your questioning jumping up in all sorts of history on equate object to something in a courtroom you better be doing it based on the rules of evidence the Democrats
"jeff yes" Discussed on KOMO
"At Jeff yes no maybe anyway see a practice tonight I got a new there so the referee. cancel the insurance company affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law at highway speeds the average text take your eyes off the road for about five seconds that's enough time to travel the length of a football field stop texts stop rex dot org brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council I started going cold Turkey at least when I'm in the car I know I shouldn't do it but it's so hard to stop my solution is simple I just don't do it there are lots of ways to stop yourself and others from texting and driving how will you stop brought to you by the national highway traffic safety administration and the ad council. news Sunday morning let's have a look at Tripoli traffic every ten minutes on the force well highly ninety nine north bound between Alaskan way south at Mercer street in the tunnel is currently closed but was set to re open at eight o'clock this morning but not remain close so we'll make sure to watch over it to keep you updated on when it does re opened there's also a crash on I. five south down on the off ramp to I. ninety that's blocking the rant the rampant in that area so you're gonna want to find an alternate route to getting on the I five south down there also make sure to leave plenty of room between yourself and all the cars that are around you for getting me out about today all this rain is gonna make road fairly slick out there so just be extra careful if you're going to be out of out on the roads other than that I five north south batter moving along nicely and nine ninety east and westbound is looking as well our next door traffic at eleven fifty four I'm going home. isn't a forecast a soggy Sunday's planned today just rain showers and all on here measured in inches.
"jeff yes" Discussed on WTVN
"Jeff yeah yeah I'm starting a switch in that direction myself I'm looking at Warren has the momentum now we'll see all right thank you both when we come back Todd Starnes a much more straight ahead. traffic and weather for Columbus radio listings WGN news radio six ten WTVN Alison Wyant all the and Meyer are now the latest chain stores to review their gun policy inside their locations this comes after a gunman opened fire killing twenty two at a Walmart in el Paso Texas Walmart has since asked to gun owners to not openly carry their firearms into their locations Columbus humane and the Grandview heights police department executed a warrant at a home on Mulford road today eighteen animals were removed including two dogs ten cats and four dead Guinea pigs several remembrance ceremonies will be held on the anniversary of nine eleven on Wednesday it marks eighteen years since nearly three thousand people were killed in the September eleventh terrorist attacks the memorial to the victims of the attacks is also now open at the Ohio state house your A. B. C. six first warning weather mostly clear skies tonight will see a low around a seventy I'm Alison why it's more news at the top of the hour and on demand at six ten W. TV end dot com Backstreet boys on the road to Vegas for our twenty nineteen I heart radio music festival forming on the stage is something that is hard to. because it's never the same.
"jeff yes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"At Jeff yes no maybe anyway so your practice tonight I got a new there so the referee cancel the insurance company affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law the only way to be a Y. P. C. mobile news all the level on the go tornado chances for today seventy six degrees of the circle city right now under partly cloudy skies the high today ninety I'm John Herrick here's what's trending at seven thirty two high winds you'll be seeing plenty of that today says National Weather Service of Indianapolis meteorologist Jason broom we can't rule out an isolated tornado with any thunderstorm but generally speaking today the main threat looks like to be damaging straight line winds he says the storms will likely start anywhere between twelve and one of the most of our listening area is under a slight risk for severe weather until about eight tonight two days before Jeffrey abstain committed suicide he signed as well the document was filed in the U. S. Virgin Islands where the former hedge fund manager owned two islands he was worth almost six hundred million dollars when he died eighteen million more than he claimed in court papers while trying to get released on bail on federal sex trafficking charges abstinence only error to the money is his brother mark some big decisions are coming up for voters in Vigo county Kurt Darling reports one of which will affect the future of Vigo county schools a referendum will be on the ballot this election cycle is to decide whether or not voters want to raise their own taxes in order to help get the Vigo county school corporation out of debt people within certain tax caps would be exempt the Vigo county taxpayers association on Monday gave its endorsement of the referendum saying it's a good investment of taxpayer money Kirk Darling ninety three W. Y. B. C. mobile news green field based elenco animal health is agreed to by the veterinary medicines business of Germany's Bayer AG for seven point six billion dollars in cash and stock the.
"jeff yes" Discussed on KGO 810
"Hey Jeff yeah you sound great go ahead but hello days yes what is a site to changing chart it debuted there now yeah sorry about that I mean it okay they'll just have a quick questions on on the side of the equation so I see no billing the people on this planet want to come to this country right so this I think logically if we have an open border are we ready to have like a billion people to enter this contest back up the span of quick I first of all I'm not sure a billion people want to come here okay thank you that's assuming like if you look at places like sub Saharan Africa and you know that they're in we always assume that everybody wants to come here I think what they would like is to have health care and clean water and not dysentery I don't get what he wants to come here they like some of the accoutrements in science that we offered that we can help them out but I don't know if everybody's it at all like my wife and I trouble with that and if you go to Asia Africa South America to condition the list that you wonder how can people live like this right that's the first thing that comes to all the money to that how can people live like this well given the opportunity I think the only people that want to come in even a hundred million let's back up again so the reason why the reason why central Americans want to come here it's called wisent we've installed dictators in the central American countries Guatemala Honduras and we have upset the natural growth of their democracy and people are running coming to work coming to our our borders and asking for political asylum from the mess we created the same in Vietnam the same in other parts of Asia yeah they want to come here because we blown up their backyards the people in the Middle East I understood until logically here right so I think there's a lot of rhetoric but to me how does that affect me personally do I want a hundred million people in my neighborhood so stop talking like that because you're not gonna have a hundred million people in your neighborhood unless you live you know and and and and the bay area but everywhere else you're not going to have that to get you in court I think what we we have a border policy nobody's contraband borders you know used to call from borders libertarians but they don't anymore but we don't have a borders and we should we should have a system that people think of trusting logically here and personally how what is like the average person right I think the poor people in America is usually get affected the most because I think of the wall the people they will all have they all heard the gated community and nice town right but it's the mass migration that come here is because they they live in port town and I think those coronary can look at again and and something logically here right and that's how effective average American and I will take you about that do they want you know that children could be affected at the school level they don't the the school they have to go to the day but they have to get to the resources they have to compete and I think we have to convince on that level and not the rhetoric of you know what we've done to certain countries plays well here's is here and I got I got a break but me tell you some of climate change you're gonna see a mass migration as oceans rise around the world and it's going to affect every western country and an eastern countries as well and so there will be a migration of people just trying to leave we have to prepare for a lot of that and you know your points are solid I get it it does disproportionately affect people up with less means everything does right all right out coming up next Ben Shapiro used to get beat up by girls and now he's well I would say it sounds like when I've been in so the girls that's next on KGO.
"jeff yes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Patio show. Ego. Hoosiers or such polite people, and it's possible that you're going to get done with this seminar before I do you can leave. I've already got my check. It's cashed. And then when people somebody would stand up he goes, not now. Hey, remember, we had that segment about the gopher Nater, the guy that would put the gas down in the hole and rodeo Nater rotator he saw so many gophers in Montana? When you go, you will see a crop. No wonder they blow him up. They've got holes everywhere in there. You know, just everywhere Pat. I mean I'm in a field you can have a thousand gophers really. It's incredible. How many gophers are out there and they are very destructive? Yes, they're are very Jeff joins us on the program. Hi, jeff. Hey, are you this morning? Jeff. Yes, sir. I'm curious I'm removed a above ground pool. And I wanna cover that with Saad do I need to remove that level in San that under the pool and put down I yeah. I would think so. I don't think that you want to, I don't, I don't think that you wanna lay Saad right on top sand idiots, what will happen is it will dry out or quickly than the rest of the yard, so you'll always have a dry spot there. So but then you'll always think of the good times when that circle shows up on a hot summer now he'll think about how. Back. Fools everybody to get rid of it. So, yeah, I think I would remove the sand or certainly work in remove say half of it, working some soil with it. So the more you can take that soil before you put Saad down, the better off, you're going to be okay. I appreciate it. Okay. Jeff, thanks for the call. We've purchased it. And remember, when you put that Saad down, you gotta water, you know, the two happiest days or the day you by the pool, and the day you take it out and throw it all. Same thing. They say about boats, but, oh yeah. Can't see that now we're new indoor pool. But. Well, no. You have an in ground pool him. Yeah. Not not talking about above ground pool. But there's a lot of people that will fill in there in grounds to really tired of them in LA. I actually I very specifically because I am I am busy. That we made sure that we went with a company that would provide weekly service. So it doesn't yes honestly, that's the way to do it. I have someone that comes out and cleans it. They take care of the, the chemicals on it. He's, he's really embarrassed to say he has people writing my kids. Okay. This is what it called. Why let me just tell you what, let me just tell you what it costs and see I don't think it's horrible. It's like fifty fifty five bucks a week. Yes. So if you're busy man, that's, that's money. Well, spent. Yeah. Especially in the pool. I think that's worth it. Now, this once each one, exactly. Turn around this gentleman customer has had on backwards. You're gonna tell him to put that hat on not. I mean it's only the people are working for okay? I don't want my staff with backward hats on. We're not a gang. We are part of the staff here. You don't really think that's a bad thing. Gang initiations on Thursday. Sir. Oh boy. All right. So I don't used to make my guys shave in, if they didn't shave brought in the radish razor in the world, that would pull every hair out. You get suit. Now, sorry you come to work for me as a plumber, you'd better be clean-shaven. The rule shine your shoes. And I'll tell you example that this really gross. Is I had one of the guys from hope that came out and we, we had a clog line and I was down in the basement with them. We pulled the cap that thing was under pressure. Oh, and it came back at them. And you know what with a beard, the toilet paper sticks in your ear. True story. Absolute true story. And I'm like Lena was like can I get this toilet paper out of your? You know what it did not phase this young man from plumbing at all? Kitten real, here's a story. Georgia shirt, I, I wasn't apprentice plumber for inch cast iron in order to fix four inch cast iron had to snap it. And somebody had to hold it because it was always up high, and so you stand on a step ladder. So he goes upstairs says, ma'am, he says, Melissa, we're going to be cutting line loose do not flush toilets while we've got this going so sure enough, he snaps the line, he snaps. And all of a sudden I hear this. We hit he goes, don't you drop it, Joe chew drop it. Here. It comes and drops right on my head and falls over on my shoulder. And he says hold it. Hold it, and I stood there like f for fifteen minutes with that, you know what laying on my shoulder my off your mouth shut. So is. So is that where chip on your shoulder? Chip. The years that was an S H. You're onto something there. All remember, Fisher feta, if we had cell phone cameras back then. Oh my gosh. Said been all over social media, though. There you go. All right. 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Newest contenders in the streaming wars: Apple, Disney and more
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform, go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners all aboard away wrong podcast. This is the talking tech pod. Hi, I'm Brett Molina. Hi, I'm Kelly Lawler. We're ho co-hosts of the mothership podcast your favorite USA today network podcast about the culture, if you like technology that I'm guessing you probably have Star Wars in avengers. And all that fun stuff. That's all we talk about on this pod. So if you wanna listen in just find us on itunes or Stitcher or pretty much anywhere. You can find a podcast like this lovely one were hosting right now. Talking tech. We're filling in Frankel, Jeff. Yes. Hi, Jeff hope you're enjoying your time off. So. Yeah, right now, we're gonna talk about streaming services because we have another one on the list Disney. Plus, it is among eight thousand give or take a couple hundred streaming services that are out there. The big six. Or what we calling the ones that are either already available that are dominant and the three new ones that are due this year that we think will be dominant. So that's Netflix Amazon Hulu, apple plus Disney. Plus, and whatever Warner media calls it their service, which will have like, friends and some other stuff. I don't know they're weird. But it's the AT and T Time Warner merger streaming service. Let's feng. Let's just hope they don't use pause on the title. We'll see what God now, so Disney. Plus, they announced all the shows and movies and all the stuff they're going to have on there and the price. It's going to be I believe six ninety nine per month or roughly seventy dollars for the year. What's your take on Disney postal may take on Disney? Plus is that their way better at this than apple is? And that's probably because they've been in the entertainment industry for many decades and apple thinks that they can just reinvent the wheel with a black and white video of famous people talking about the importance of art. And not give out any details or show any clips and Disney knows that they need to wet fans. Appetites the price is insane. The price is going to be a big deal because I don't think apple can afford to make the price that low and Warner media certainly can't it's way lower than that flicks right now, they're most popular package is twelve ninety nine a month. And the family angle is not to be trifled with, you know, Disney's been family for many decades, and they've survived better that a lot of the Oji Hollywood studios. Well, I mean for Disney the big advantages, they own all the content, and you know, at least with Netflix, and Hulu what they've done is. They've gotten the rights to a lot of shows and movies, and then they've kind of backed in with their own original shows. Disney has a ton of stuff already. They have their own Disney properties. They have marvel they have Star Wars apples at a at a bit of a disadvantage because they have none of the properties right now. It's going to be all originals. It's going to be a lot of originals at once more originals than any other service has yet to debut with. So that's a new strategy. I don't think it will work as well. And I think Disney has low key been preparing for this for decades because they had that whole Disney volt thing which ends up being in their favor. Because like it's not like we own a lot of those things on DVD or we're used to seeing them a lot earlier. So the idea that like I watch Bambi whatever I want now is very appealing because I couldn't when I was a kid, and they're going to have a lot of the marvel movies out first and foremost on their service same Star Wars. So there's a lot of incentive to get involved between this and the price. I think that I mean, I think it's going to be very competitive. And I think you're gonna see a lot of people jump on it early on. And. Yeah, family friendly. I don't think they're any kind of adult are level type movies TV shows or anything it's mostly very much. Surrounding kids and family stuff. So it's going to be a very interesting niche. The streaming wars have begun that Tatan Bumba Obam that'll do it for talking tech today. Thanks so much for listening. Don't forget we are co-host of the mothership podcast, and you can find us on itunes, or Stitcher or soundcloud or any app has podcast were therefore, you're sometimes having a great idea is the easy part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website for free wicks as artifice design intelligence. Creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. 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"jeff yes" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Role kind of neophyte politician. But but this is what for an hour point this out to other some of your other colleagues. This is what leadership looks like he took a stand on the stadium. You said, okay. I think it's gonna prove our CitiCorp can improve the West End. It's going to be painful, there's gonna be some problems, but you didn't run and hide and then fire Twitter and the tweets in the middle of the night like some people, do you showed up you answered the bell. And you stood in front of these people who are affected by your decision. I said look I signed up for this. I'm the one who the swing vote. I will he said put my ass in front who every time. But I wanna help make you whole I want to come up with a solution. So everyone walks away happy as possible here instead of running and hiding that's the most politically expedient thing to do is to simply run and hide. Yeah. Jeff, I gotta hand it to you. This is the leadership that Cincinnati needs in these troubled times, they need more guys. Like you like Jeff pastor in less people who are in. It's simply to maybe send to the next level politics or do a of. Good things you're walking the walk and talk. Thing is is that we have to have a discussion about potentially changing either are booting for that read a article on freedom economic or have a classical liberal. The free market prices. Guys. And they were saying that there has to be another conversation about naturally occurring affordability so learned and we have a report coming here. So about the need have to have more market rate housing because housing made supportive housing. That's occurring. How the? And basically people don't know that people say, well, we need to be that. That's not what you do with you is more moderate housing. Preserve, your percentage of those properties. That are and you have to have you know, what we call like, they're the profit motive you want the developers come in a profit, you know. To do sometimes affordable housing. And I think as African American every time we have a conversation. We talked about low income housing or African American who are working poor who say, listen, I just wanna know family a home with a half. And that's what this with this. What we need to find a saloon. And have. Well, it is about African American neighborhoods because we're in the city centre here in Cincinnati Appalachian. It's the same thing pike county. Elsewhere, and the problem is I don't really care what skin color Yar. We have an economic despaired in this country is used to be not too long ago, certainly within two generations generation that you could have a fulltime job have enough set aside to be able to save some money for retirement. Go on vacation a few times a year by a nice middle class home somewhere in living decent lives down have a little money left over to be able to enjoy life. But because of the bad policies the previous generation that's all road in. Now, we have more working poor than ever before decimating the middle class. If you can't afford to buy the stuff you make or service, we got some real problems in this country because eighty percent of our economy is based on consumers may send me a new buying the services that we create in the goods that we make we're we're not having that in this country. And certainly the is doing very well. But you wonder under what pretense so Jeff? Yeah. We need a champion have David Mann on your contemporary at eleven o'clock to talk about the district one district five combination, which I think would probably solve this problem. What if you if they were district one to free market principles get top dollar for the police headquarters there sell it to the football to the soccer team? That's gonna solve a lot of the stuff for talking about it. Jeff, Jeff, Jeff, Jeff, Jeff gone. Be thought it says it made me to go do another interview. They're trying to give him some love usually hang around. You see that? Listen, I hear embarrassing me. I gotta hang up. That's refreshing. Right. How many people would simply? Hi, how many local officials would vote for something like this? And then when things start to get a little contentious would would run for cover jet. Jeff pastor showed up answer the bell in. It's going to try to make things right? That's the kind of leadership we need Sloan here. Seven hundred seven hundred w l w this is seven hundred w l.
"jeff yes" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"But isn't the oil space known for debt and leverage, Jeff? Yes. A lot of leverage in it. And it's it's interesting because you always hear levers much as you can because a four or five percent money is cheaper than equity. Well, I don't know of anybody that ever went out of business because they had too much equity absolute end, that's not real popular on Wall Street. You know, I said that to a couple of analyst one time, and I think they put a cell on our stock after I told them that wasn't real big debt guy. But that being said in a private investment if you can keep the banks out keep him out. And we can the investors are first in line. They get paid I and upon exit which we don't know when that will be I believe it'll be in about two or three years ter- based upon what some smart guys, I know think and upon the exit their first to get their principal back plus a little profit. So here's what I hear. I hear that if our clients investment fund fun h two, and nobody knows the future. Nobody knows what truly catastrophic scenarios are. But we let clients that listen the worst case scenario in my mind says there's no Bank. There's no debt involved is maybe attempts had distribution gets cut two zero. Yeah. Maybe you have to hold the asset ear to till drilling comes bachelor, right? Zero forever as fine. I in that type of a situation where if we can look at worst case scenario if that happens, if what can you imagine what would happen to the stock market? We've got a lot bigger problems. So my goodness just fund H two O rien while. Yeah. So again, if you wanna learn more and one of the things, yes, sir. Save some income tax dollars without any time. Think about it. You're going out and you're working your tail off everyday eight ten twelve fourteen hours, and let's just take a ten hour day. I mean, the first three hours you're paying the government wanting for the government, especially if they go to seventy percent is crazy, especially.