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"jim clinton" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

Sales Success Stories

05:51 min | 7 months ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on Sales Success Stories

"Is the top seller at sales gravy. And when i heard jeb blunt give her a giant shout from the stage at outbound for doing over three hundred percent of her number in the middle of a pandemic last year. I knew we had to have her on. Welcome to the show brooke. Thank you as your beer. So let's kick things off like we always do with immediate value and talk about the top three things that you believe have contributed the most to your success in sales so definitely have to list. Jim clinton the cells gravy team as my number one the library of curriculum. That we have here. Sales gravy covers everything from sales leadership account management and customer experience so having that large variety of content and has definitely been a part of my success. Dedication i would say is huge being able to be disciplined having self control and persistence throughout my day to day activities and also being confident. You definitely have to believe in what you're selling in order to sell it to your customer so knowing that i believe in the products that we offer here at sells gravy at definitely allows me to be confident each day. I'm talking to prospects perfect. And i'm sure we'll talk about this more but clearly you're first in your third go together. You're using your product. It's helping you to succeed. And that gives you more confidence in being able to sell that to other folks certainly so talk about. Your second point was around dedication and discipline. What does that look like. What are the kind of core things that you think about and focus on when you're working on your self control. I think having goals each day as to what you won't to accomplish obviously have an overall goals for the years important but then breaking those down into smaller goals so that you have something that you won't to accomplish. I'd only today but monthly and quarterly having a set structure and being disciplined in knowing when to win deprioritize your task how to prioritize them starting your day with call blocks and knowing what you won't to achieve at the end of the day. Nice nice. well we will dig into more of that as well but your role is is a little bit unique. A little bit of a player coach type of role. Why don't you talk about exactly what that is and how you got to hide. Got number one. Certainly so i. Do you have a dual role here sales gravy. I am responsible for primarily bringing in new business maintaining my existing customers.

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"jim clinton" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:01 min | 7 months ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Again for regular listeners my podcast this is the kind of thing you're probably gonna be like Gary goes again with the Clinton surplus It's something I used to talk about all the time The Bill Clinton alleged surplus in the budget You remember that For those of you who are alive back then and I was 93 through 2000 You remember the Bill Clinton years And one of the things that left wing media hacks were so proud of in the Clinton years is you remember this one Jim Clinton man he ran a surplus in the budget For the first time we had more money We had more money than we were spending You doubt me for the younger folks who listen to my show I know we do well in that younger demo Thank you to you younglings out there We appreciate your attention I'd like you to just go and put that in a search engine on your phone Put Clinton surplus You can read thousands tens of thousands of articles about the Clinton surplus Proving to you yet again that the media will lie to your face Why Because there is no such thing It doesn't exist Why does this relate to Biden lying to you about the $3.5 trillion bill costing nothing Follow me I promise it'll make sense in you So in order to make this easy I went to a statistics site I didn't go to a partisan site on purpose I went to statista dot com It's a statistics site They don't have a political agenda It is simply statistics taken from the government and everywhere else Everybody got that It's not a right leaning sight so that a left leaning site It is a number site It's a two plus two equals four We don't really care about your opinion site So I want this to teach the dot com Now if you put in a search engine matter of fact liberals go to your favorite one Go to Google which you swear is like some big truth to the communists at Google You swear by it's your golden calf God Just put in there Clinton's surplus and read all the articles about oh my gosh Clinton my gosh this is amazing He had so much money There was a government surplus So I asked you this when I go to statista dot com And I pull up the Clinton presidency years 93 through 2000 right When I pull them up I notice this pattern with the national debt So now simple common sense household math would tell you what folks if you had a debt say you had a $100,000 in debt And every year you ran over with your expenses $10,000 You'd be adding 10,000 to the debt Bad for getting interest for a moment just in simple numbers that in ten years you'd have 200,000 in debt I know liberals let me do the math slow That's 10,000 plus 10,000 plus 10,000 on ten times okay So you'd add you would then add a $100,000 more in debt right Everybody getting that the liberals I know we gotta do this slow I'm very sorry You had a 100,000 you added 10,000 a year for ten years You have 200,000 a day That's how that works Forget interest for a second Okay I got to keep this simple There are Democrats listening So in the Clinton years if he was running a surplus every single year and whenever ran a deficit but was running a government surplus then how is it that these numbers never go down and only

The Myth of the Clinton Budget Surplus

The Dan Bongino Show

03:01 min | 7 months ago

The Myth of the Clinton Budget Surplus

"Again for regular listeners my podcast this is the kind of thing you're probably gonna be like Gary goes again with the Clinton surplus It's something I used to talk about all the time The Bill Clinton alleged surplus in the budget You remember that For those of you who are alive back then and I was 93 through 2000 You remember the Bill Clinton years And one of the things that left wing media hacks were so proud of in the Clinton years is you remember this one Jim Clinton man he ran a surplus in the budget For the first time we had more money We had more money than we were spending You doubt me for the younger folks who listen to my show I know we do well in that younger demo Thank you to you younglings out there We appreciate your attention I'd like you to just go and put that in a search engine on your phone Put Clinton surplus You can read thousands tens of thousands of articles about the Clinton surplus Proving to you yet again that the media will lie to your face Why Because there is no such thing It doesn't exist Why does this relate to Biden lying to you about the $3.5 trillion bill costing nothing Follow me I promise it'll make sense in you So in order to make this easy I went to a statistics site I didn't go to a partisan site on purpose I went to statista dot com It's a statistics site They don't have a political agenda It is simply statistics taken from the government and everywhere else Everybody got that It's not a right leaning sight so that a left leaning site It is a number site It's a two plus two equals four We don't really care about your opinion site So I want this to teach the dot com Now if you put in a search engine matter of fact liberals go to your favorite one Go to Google which you swear is like some big truth to the communists at Google You swear by it's your golden calf God Just put in there Clinton's surplus and read all the articles about oh my gosh Clinton my gosh this is amazing He had so much money There was a government surplus So I asked you this when I go to statista dot com And I pull up the Clinton presidency years 93 through 2000 right When I pull them up I notice this pattern with the national debt So now simple common sense household math would tell you what folks if you had a debt say you had a $100,000 in debt And every year you ran over with your expenses $10,000 You'd be adding 10,000 to the debt Bad for getting interest for a moment just in simple numbers that in ten years you'd have 200,000 in debt I know liberals let me do the math slow That's 10,000 plus 10,000 plus 10,000 on ten times okay So you'd add you would then add a $100,000 more in debt right Everybody getting that the liberals I know we gotta do this slow I'm very sorry You had a 100,000 you added 10,000 a year for ten years You have 200,000 a day That's how that works Forget interest for a second Okay I got to keep this simple There are Democrats listening So in the Clinton years if he was running a surplus every single year and whenever ran a deficit but was running a government surplus then how is it that these numbers never go down and only

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"jim clinton" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:17 min | 7 months ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"You have a hatred in your heart for them You have zero respect for them right Now Biden knows full well that the $3.5 trillion percuss bankruptcy Bill which will bankrupt a bankrupt us and cause inflation like you've never seen before in your lifetime It'll cause a flood of 3.5 trillion brand new printed dollars in digital dollars to chase goods that don't exist I'm just asking you liberals out there even though your skulls are quite thick For a second to just digest something kind of in a common sense nugget If you're already acknowledging we don't have stuff It's locked up in ports because Biden couldn't figure out how to get people to work and truckers the truck and longshoreman to do it because he's anti supply side and supply side services If we don't have a lot of stuff now and there's shortages Do you think printing 3.5 trillion more dollars to chase stuff that doesn't exist What do you think that's going to do It's a very simple question for the lips Well if you're saying well then the stuff that does exist is probably going to cost more you'd be right Now no liberal will say that they're not smart enough But Joe Biden knows that And he knows we don't have the $3.5 trillion from this bill because there are 614 billionaires in the United States where they collective about 3.5 to $4 trillion If you confiscated every bit of their wealth you still wouldn't be able to pay for this $3.5 trillion bill You're like Dan you just said they have 3.5 trillion Yes that's on top of the government spending of around 4 trillion we plan on spending So it's about 7 trillion and 3.5 trillion is not enough to even finance the government in one year But don't let that little fact get into the way of Joe Biden's lies So I want to show you a simple test Now again for regular listeners my podcast this is the kind of thing you're probably gonna be like Gary goes again with the Clinton surplus It's something I used to talk about all the time The Bill Clinton alleged surplus in the budget You remember that For those of you who are alive back then and I was 93 through 2000 You remember the Bill Clinton years And one of the things that left wing media hacks were so proud of in the Clinton years is you remember this one Jim Clinton man he ran a surplus in the budget For the first time we had more money We had more money than we were spending You doubt me for the younger folks who listen to my show I know we do well in that younger demo Thank you to you younglings out there We appreciate your attention I'd like you to just go and put that in a search engine on your phone Put Clinton surplus You can read thousands tens of thousands of articles about the Clinton surplus Proving to you yet again that the media will lie to your face Why Because there is no such thing It doesn't exist Why does this relate to Biden lying to you about the $3.5 trillion bill costing nothing Follow me I promise it'll make sense in you So in order to make this easy I went to a statistics site I didn't go to a partisan site on purpose I went to statista dot com It's a statistics site They don't have a political agenda It is simply statistics taken from the government and everywhere else Everybody got that It's not a right leaning sight so that a left leaning site It is a number site It's a two plus two equals four We don't really care about your opinion site So I want this to teach the dot com Now if you put in a search engine matter of fact liberals go to your favorite one Go to Google which you swear is like some big truth to the communists at Google You swear by it's your golden calf God Just put in there Clinton's surplus and read all the articles about oh my gosh Clinton my gosh this is amazing He had so much money There was a government surplus So I asked you this when I go to statista dot com And I pull up the Clinton presidency years 93 through 2000 right When I pull them up I notice this pattern with the national debt So now simple common sense household math would tell you what folks if you had a debt say you had a $100,000 in debt And every year you ran over with your expenses $10,000 You'd be adding 10,000 to the debt Bad for getting interest for a moment just in simple numbers that in ten years you'd have 200,000 in debt I know liberals let me do the math slow That's 10,000 plus 10,000 plus 10,000 on ten times okay So you'd add you would then add a $100,000 more in debt right Everybody getting that the liberals I know we gotta do this slow I'm very sorry You had a 100,000 you added 10,000 a year for ten years You have 200,000 a day That's how that works Forget interest for a second Okay I got to keep this simple There are Democrats listening So in the Clinton years if he was running a surplus every single year and whenever ran a deficit but was running a government surplus then how is it that these numbers never go down and only go up Let's go through them one by one Here is the national debt the first year Clinton was in office 4.4 trillion The next year he was in office It was 4.6 trillion The next year 4.97 trillion the next year 5.22 trillion The next year 5.41 trillion the next year 5.52 trillion the next year 5.65 trillion and the next year 5.674 trillion.

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"jim clinton" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

07:46 min | 1 year ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Making thirty-seven. Welcome back into a funny friday here. noko now send in your Best jokes for twenty dollars gift card to the tavern at saint michael's square text 'tatanka girl tax on at nine seven zero four seven eight one three zero one nine seven zero four seven eight thirteen o one k of k to that number if your new subscriber and you will be subscribed and to go. It's nice on the show that we like to highlight of the events happening northern colorado things to be looking out for and obviously twenty twenty a little bit of a wrinkle in that side of things. But it's nice to be able to talk about them this year already. Joining me now with the city of greeley is jerry. Picketed discuss these spring. Clean up coming up here and just next weekend jerry. Thanks for joining me this morning. Well thanks for having me well. It's a little a little busy this morning with all the snow on the ground everywhere gotta end early which was good good now. Good deal good. Deal jerry so talk us through so for any greeley residents who maybe have not have not taken advantage of this spring cleanup weekend. Talk us through it okay. Well it's friday. April twenty third and saturday april twenty fourth. It's from eight to five and it's just a good way to clean up your your your garage or basement. That kind of stuff. We'll take almost anything and There's you know three different places that you can only load stuff The first one is on h. Ages in henry street eleventh avenue north of the poodle river. And that's where you end up you know mattresses furniture Any of that kind of stuff. tires in enron. We're asking people to do is separate like their iron and that kind of stuff. 'cause we actually Sell that to anderson's and try to make a little revenue off of them and then Then there's a household hazardous waste which is just north of the site and that's done by well county house you know well county That's a household hazardous waste and they take batteries and cell phones and paint and any of that kind of stuff that jim clinton every garage. You're not gonna use anymore. And then the third side is out at The grow center which is green lice. Waste center which is on east eighth street and they got eighth street. Clothes going eastbound. So you have to come in avenue but they take all your greenway. And then there's a there's a fee for that so those are the things that are happening and just want people to take advantage of it. 'cause it's only ten dollars per load and that's pretty cheap to get rid any your stuff that you might now down. That's what i was just gonna ask. Is there a free or anything like that. Excuse me a fee or anything like that ten bucks. Not bad at all jerry is. Is there anything that you guys won't take when people are loading stuff up to potentially come out there and and drop off. Yeah tv and electrical and electronics. That actually has to go shape rehabilitation center. They take those. We don't take those Because they don't want them in the landfill because everything that we take either goes landfill recycling. And we don't do that. So there's a small fee for that and then they're just open monday through friday so there'd be open friday from nine to two that will be open after that but then i mean that's something they can do all year long. They don't have to wait till this week weekend. Do that tacoma tide jerry. Piggott with the city of greeley about the spring cleanup. Weekend coming up next weekend And jerry they do need. There does need to be some sort of proof of residence of greeley correct correct. I need to be the be degree and then We need to get their zip code just because Need to find out We'll get a grant from girl with grey urban renewal and we need to show that We really concentrate on the lower income folks and So and that's worked out pretty good so Just want everybody come out. It looks to me like the snows over now. And there's going to be beautiful next weekend. Yeah and that's going to be perfect because you're to be everybody's gonna be walking down. They are. Why don't even have that well next week and they can get rid of it With the spring. Clean up so we just Is a great thing for the residents and we encourage everybody to come out and said cleaner yard cleaner garage or basement. Any of that kind of stuff. There really isn't anything we don't take we don't we don't wanna just household hazardous waste. She can do that with you. You know it's a waste company. You don't need to bring in out there that anything else. just bring it out. I mean we've seen boats. We've seen campus you know. Let's actually a pretty good question. What's the craziest thing that you've seen. Come through there. Probably a boat was it. Obviously it had to be like an old with value right. Hey well your vehicle take off with it and that kind of stuff. We just kind of or been tickets a landfill. So that's probably the craziest thing. So how long. How long's the city of greeley been putting these on only forty six years. Don't just just forty six too long at all. It'll be good to get back out there and get this going again next weekend And again check out for any more information. It's really gove dot com where you can go and visit that jerry. I it'll be dropping stuff off as well. I don't know i don't drop stuff off. I try to keep it clean throughout the year. So i don't use that that to me. I love man. Well we tried to discourage people from doing that and Yeah just encourage everybody. Come out like said ten bucks Now they have a bigger trailer one the bigger trailers that than they have to buy a coupon at city hall for thirty dollars and then they can go straight up to all to the landfill that everybody else can come down there. And there's a two dollar fee for tires four tires and there's a two dollar fee per tire because we actually Contractor the company that actually recycles him. They grind them up and use it. So that There's a cost of us so we try to offset those costs. Do you normally see long waiting times over the weekend or is it normally pretty quick in and out well. Friday friday's pretty quick. Saturday can get it can get kind of. It didn't get along but we try to speed it up as much as we possibly can but then we gotta take safety in mind two. We don't get too many people out there with all that 'cause we got loaders out there and we got all kinds of different equipment and stuff so We have people there that will guide them to where they needed up and again anything appliances. We have an area for those and we take the three. Oh now so. We make sure that we can actually sell those to just for on. And we have an ira pile. We have a tire pile. So it's all it's all well as well done these guys. You got to do a great job. They've been doing for years and Again just encourage people come jerry picket with the city of greeley talking to us about this spring cleanup weekend excited to get this going again. Greeley dot com or call nine seven zero three five zero nine three thirty six. That's nine seven zero. Three five zero ninety three at thirty six. Well jerry i it it certainly nice to be talking about getting these things going again. I was about this time last year where things were starting to get. Shut down so nice.

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"jim clinton" Discussed on TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana

TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana

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"jim clinton" Discussed on TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana

TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana

08:43 min | 1 year ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on TAKE THE PLUNGE with Pavin Orpiana

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"jim clinton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"My backdrop. My wife. Somebody get some paper anyway. So, um, uh, you know, I When you talk about taxes and increasing taxes on cigarettes, it just takes Me back to conversations we had about the cigarette tax when I first came in, and the revenue from the tobacco settlement Uh, right along the same lines with these guys on the on the call. You got a look at where the revenues gonna go first, and I think we need to do that first. When we're talking about increasing attacks. Where are we going to do with the revenue? The second thing if we if you if you are fiscally responsible use better not think about using that. As a source of revenue for the general fund. Because it's fluctuate. And as you know all that don't do in the first, like speaker Houston said the first month or so we'll get the most driven it then it'll go down. And then what'll happen is You know, you got people who will go to the cheaper former tobacco which could be even more unhealthy. You got on all these other uses of the tobacco funds, and one of them definitely should be. The direct use in communities that have been disadvantaged for a long time for communities and you know, regardless of what the outcome is, you know. Uh, minority later, Jim Clinton. I unfortunately are in a position. Where were the super minority? So whatever these guys decide, I haven't seen language either. I just asked that the community entities that have been hard the most by smoking are thought of when they comes to the revenue that they're gonna use it for the money that they're gonna use the revenue for Yes, Thanks, And I'll close out this this question. Just a reminder for those who maybe didn't hear earlier is, Kevin said it in the chamber presentation. And as we've done over the last few years, the business community position is this is needed to help improve healthcare outcomes, totally understand the revenue and designating how that used but the first of four most from at least the chamber in the business community standpoint, is trying to improve the health care situation. Any Tom Tom guy had one thing to that. Well, like they say so. So again. I think we all agree on the public policy aspect of it. You know, I think the again that a challenge noticing the pandemic is, um And we have to be thoughtful about us. You know, we we have We know we have tremendous costs. Healthcare costs, they're gonna continue. I mean, right now, our Medicaid budget. Expands, You know it pays frank, frankly greater than our economic growth. And, you know, we have to figure out in look holistically at all Those factors, including revenue, clean public policy, including health, because if we don't do that, in the pathway that were on, and we're not the only state where one of the 50 that have the same problem staring in a sort of face. You know, it's gonna be hard, if not impossible to fund other things that all matter, America all it's like K 12 education like I read like, uh, infrastructure and in other health care services, So I think you know, that's where I want to say like, you know, we can't It's easy taken in They can choose and look at things in the vacuum, which is totally appropriate again. We we've had this discussion and we'll continue to have this discussion. I happened that you think you know there's a public policy tonight to which I think the chambers has argued. Well, um and then you know, But the other side of the equation is hugely important to fund the types of things that I know are important in E. T O. The folks on this call and folks throughout the city of India. Senator Taylor has his hand up. Yes, talk. Okay, So this is the danger of having a new member who's not used to this and probably I'm probably a 60 70% chamber percentage right now, which is above 50%. So I think you should be happy with You. You know, I heard Kevin earlier, uh, in my opinion. Uh, talk about an issue that we could all get on board with and that's medical marijuana. The implementation of many medical or recreational marijuana. In Indiana would raise more money. In any cigarette tax that we could ever think about. And either way, even we regulate it. We're just going to see a whole bunch of people. We're going to continue to spend money to fight medical, marijuana or recreational marijuana. So not only are we losing on the revenue side, but we're paying for people to be in jail. Because they have a small amount of marijuana in a lot of community. So you know if we're gonna put all our cards on the table here right way could talk about cigarette tax, but we need to talk about the surrounding states. And what they've done. They were, I believe somewhere around 23 states that have referendums on their ballot. Yeah. All of it past positive in this country, So we're gonna be out here on the island by ourselves. And we speaking of smoke, uh, that's one of the smokes that would raise raise a lot of revenue. A satyr Taylor. I want to get you a couple questions from some of our listeners today. Um, e think I know the answer to the first one. But again, I let the legislators kind of reframe it as they see fit. The question is, how involved are the legislators. The new legislators elected just two weeks ago, expected to be in the process of creating the two year budget and redistricting. I know there's a lot of experienced hands, probably playing a larger role in that, But so the Braille I'll ask you about blue members coming in. And then kind of how you how you get them at cremated what some of their key roles will be well, so it's a great question and getting getting the new members kind of up to speed quickly for us is really important. And it's it is a challenge because just figured out where the restrooms are is the first of the first order of the day and organizational day. But you know, you will find that the people that come unto us come to us with very backgrounds and varied experiences. So some I have a lot of financial experience can get their hands around a very competent process a little more quickly than others and On dit takes a while, You know, obviously the O b the Senator Mishler or you need to get on the Appropriations Committee. Those first those senators that are just coming into having won an election. Lisa. Uh oh, side of the aisle arc the sitting on appropriations right now. But it's not to say that they don't have a second particular caucus about what those issues are and what those caucus on what's gonna be in the budget, and we discuss those in a lot of fine detail, and everybody in that caucus room has the ability to The way in with their perspective and to change some of the policy that we've got as we as we look over that budget so well, there were there. The new senators. Impact won't be nearly as visible as center, miss slurs or other people there on the Appropriations Committee. There's no doubt at all that they're for their fingerprints will be on it as well, because we're going to take their thoughts and the expertise that they bring. The other aspects to there'll alive into the state house. We're gonna put those to use so the plan is rope for us. Bye. Good. Good. Oh, no. No, Speaker, please. So, Yeah, I've told our new members that this is such a challenging year to be your first session. I'm sure Rod filling Greg feel that same way. I mean, you know, nothing is normal. It Z gonna be harder to interact to build relationships..

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"jim clinton" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Did. Pre rupaul before that became the the cultural phenomenon I think. There's like Elissa Edwards Roxie, Andrews Brooklyn Heights Nina Flowers Ginger Minj, and then I was like to point out that if you're a fan of pose that affects show that's such a big hit Dominique Jackson who plays Elektra also competed for Miss Continental least twice under the name Tyra, you're and I hope Jasmine Masters. And Masters and some of them were already on drag racing they still competed afterwards i. Do it too so. If. You're a pageant queen. This is the conscious that you want to be in. This is the highly coveted crown and you amazingly got a camera crew behind the scenes and captured the Queen's at their most vulnerable, and there must most frustrating moments I think you know in terms of the highlight of the documentary is the way that people allow themselves to be filmed when they lose and for a lot of the pageant contestants it's like they're not just losing one year they're losing five or six years. In a row and it's so economically mentally and physically taxing to do this pageant. Why do you think they're doing it over and over again? You know that was that was one of my big questions when we were interviewing folks because I can see wanting to try to win the pageant but to try over and over again when you know other pageants like Miss America, do they don't they don't allow that one shot and then you're done and what it, what it was explained to me repeatedly was. This was a dream and this was a goal that they had for so many years and that not only was it a personal. Literally don't mind the crowning achievement. The had had their entire career moving forward mark. How're the drag queens getting their money back when they actually do win like are they touring the country? Are they getting licensing deals? How does the system work I think some will tell you. They're never going to recoup the investment they made. But on the other hand when they have that title in their name, it it increases our booking fees so. I can't tell you any time we've had queens say to us or somebody. I have to raise my rates now that I am a title winner, right you just went up. But more than that, I just think it's personal pride. It's like you know in any in any career that you choose there's some kind of award or honor top kind of you know billing you you could receive in. The Emmy Award. So if you want an emmy. Resume looks good in this particular world misconduct being on your resume is pushing you in a different echelon of talent and achievement. To really OBSTA competition too when you're competing against other people year after year and they see somebody like Oh that person's competed three four or five times now, and then they finally wins some kind of inspiration for them to just to keep on going like some year. It's going to be my year and you know showing up and showing what you've done and how you've changed over the years impresses people that you have that stick to it have miss and you know like if I just wait it out, I will get the crown. Right And if you you know, we have like forty years of footage in that film clips and you know if you look at some of the entertainers, their first year, I, think there's a clip of Nation Lopez. The first year she competed and whenever she has watched the film and I have watched her watch the film she cringes at how she looks and sounds in that first year because less Polish much younger, a novice rookie So you know it's like any it's fun to see that evolution. And the first time we ran into nation Lopez was as a contestant on Rupaul drag race I believe she was one of the eliminated. And and we had her on the show and part of it. It was like she was coming in from having won Miss Continental to getting on repulsed drag race Guinea sent home I, and having to relive all those kind of negative emotions associated with the pageants and. was wonderful story about her initially wanting to give up the crown well. That's some some t that we had heard that and I asked her about it on the podcast. Because I don't want to give too much away eventually nature does win the crown. And I guess the rumor was that she wasn't really upholding her her duties as the crown holder because that was frustrated she was while there's certain things if you win, you are contractually obligated to go to certain events have certain outfits for these events. That kind of thing you don't just win this crown and they send you on your merry way there's obligations to fulfill and. The story goes is that she was not necessarily fulfilling those obligations per like the gym. Flint's requests. So she came into the office with her crown, put it on the desk and said you want this back and he's just said. Miss Please have a seat. Let me tell you about the only other person who gave up the Crown Miss Continental Crown I'm not sure who it was, but it was somebody who had some drug may have been mentioned in your. In your film, they had some problems with drugs and I think they ended up. Something bad happened to them. So he was like, do you want to end up like this person and she's like, no, he's pick that crown up get out of my office in. Do you're damn? Job Gas that I asked her about it and she said she's like Jim Clinton I have a very good relationship now. Imagine you know because Jim. Flint. The. Creator and the run, the man who runs the baton, the the club that is so legendary in giving rise to so many of these. Contestants and performers. Outside of the Rue Paul's drag race world you have people like Chili Pepper and Mimi marks and ginger grant who you know even if you don't know about ru girls, you've heard of their names either through the Oprah Winfrey show or donohue in the early days when they used to interview drag Queens along means used to go on those shows that were from the continent scene and you know and part of it is like I think what was so interesting to see was just these rare private moments with people like Mimi marks are talking about her her romantic relationships and Mimi marks was very famous in the early nineties for dating Dennis. Rodman the best guy up you know and talk about it. She just smiles and says, we were friends. It's also say. Well.

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"jim clinton" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Did. Pre rupaul before that became the the cultural phenomenon I think there's like Elissa Edwards Roxie, Andrews, Brooklyn Heights Nina, flowers Ginger Minj, and then I was like to point out that if you're a fan of pose that affects show that's such a big hit Dominique. Jackson who plays Elektra also competed for Miss, continental? Least twice under the name tyra allure and I hope Jasmine Masters. and. Masters and some of them were already on drag racing. They still competed afterwards I. Do it too so. If you're a pageant queen. This is the conscious that you want to be in. This is the highly coveted crown, and you amazingly got a camera crew behind the scenes and captured the Queen's at their most vulnerable. Most frustrating moments I, think you know in terms of the highlight of the documentary is the way that people allow themselves to be filmed when they lose and for a lot of the pageant contestants it's like they're not just losing one year. They're losing five or six years in a row, and it's so economically mentally and physically taxing to do this pageant. Why do you think they're doing? It over and over again you know that was that was one of my big questions when we were interviewing folks because I can see wanting to try to win the pageant but to try over and over again when you know other pageants like Miss America do they don't they don't allow that one shot and then you're done and what it, what it was explained to me repeatedly was This was a dream and this was a goal that they had for so many years and that not only was it a personal. Literally. Don't mind the crowning achievement. The have had their entire career moving forward mark. How're the drag queens getting their money back when they actually do win like are they touring the country? Are they getting licensing deals? How does the system work I think some will tell you they're never going to recoup the investment they made. But on the other hand when they have that title in their name, it it increases our booking fees so. I can't tell you any time we've had queens say to us or somebody. I. Have to raise my rates now that I am a title winner, right? You just went up. But more than that I just think it's personal pride. It's like you know in any in any career that you choose there's usually some kind of award or honor top kind of you know billing you you could receive in. The Emmy Award. So if you want an Emmy Resume, looks good in this particular world misconduct being on your resume is put you in a different echelon of talent and achievement. Really OBSTA competition too when you're competing against other people year after year and they see somebody like Oh that person's competed three four or five times now, and then they finally wins. There's some kind of inspiration for them to just to keep on going like some year. It's going to be my year and you know showing up and showing what you've done and how you've changed over the years impresses people that you have that stick to it have miss and you know like if I just wait it out, I will get the crown. Right. And if you you know we have like forty years of footage in that film clips and you know if you look at some of the entertainers their first year I think there's a clip of Nation Lopez the first year she competed and whenever she has watched the film and I have watched her watch the film she cringes at how she looks and sounds in that first year because less Polish much younger a novice. So you know it's like any it's fun to see that evolution. And the first time we ran into nation Lopez was as a contestant on Rupaul drag race. I. Believe she was one of the eliminated. And and we had her on the show and part of it. It was like she was coming in from having won Miss Continental to getting on repulsed drag race Guinea sent home I, and having to relive all those kind of negative emotions associated with the pageants and. was wonderful story about her initially wanting to give up the crown well. That's some some t that we had heard that and I asked her about it on the podcast. because. I don't want to give too much away eventually nature does win the crown. And I guess the rumor was that she wasn't really upholding her her duties as the crown holder because that was frustrated she was while there's certain things if you win, you are contractually obligated to go to certain events have certain outfits for these events that kind of thing you don't just win this crown and they send you on your merry way there's obligations to fulfill and The story goes is that she was not necessarily fulfilling those obligations per like the Gym Flint's requests. So she came into the office with her crown, put it on the desk and said, you want this back and he's just said. Miss. Please, have a seat. Let me tell you about the only other person who gave up the Crown Miss Continental Crown I'm not sure who it was, but it was somebody who had some drug may have been mentioned in your. In your film, they had some problems with drugs and I think they ended up. Something bad happened to them. So he was like, do you want to end up like this person and she's like, no, he's pick that crown up get out of my office in. Do you're damn job. Cats that I asked her about it and she said she's like Jim Clinton I have a very good relationship now. Imagine you know because Jim Flint. The Creator and the run, the man who runs the baton, the the club that is so legendary in giving rise to so many of these drag contestants and performers. Outside of the Rue Paul's drag race world, you have people like Chili Pepper and Mimi marks and ginger grant who you know even if you don't know about ru girls, you've heard of their names either through the per winfrey show or donohue in the early days when they used to interview drag Queens along means used to go on those shows that were from the continent scene and you know and part of it is like I think what was so interesting to see was just these rare private moments with people like Mimi marks are talking about her her romantic relationships and Mimi marks was very famous in the early nineties for dating Dennis. Rodman. The best guy up you know and talk about it. She just smiles and says, we were friends. It's also say. Well,.

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"jim clinton" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

06:27 min | 1 year ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"You're a pageant queen, this is the conscious that you want to be in. This is the highly coveted crown, and you amazingly got a camera crew behind the scenes and captured. The Queen's at their most vulnerable at their most frustrating moments I. Think you know in terms of the highlight of the documentary is the way that people allow themselves to be filmed when they lose and for a lot of the pageant contestants it's like they're not just losing one year they're losing five or six years in. A row and it's so economically mentally and physically taxing to do this pageant. Why do you think they're doing it over and over again? You know that was that was one of my big questions when we were interviewing folks because I can see wanting to try to win the pageant but to try over and over again when you know other pageants like Miss America, do they don't they don't allow that one shot and then you're done and what it, what it was explained to me repeatedly was. This was a dream and this was a goal that they had for so many years and that not only was it a personal. Literally, don't mind the crowning achievement. The have had their entire career moving forward mark. How're the drag queens getting their money back when they actually do win like are they touring the country? Are they getting licensing deals? How does the system work? I think some will tell you that they're never going to recoup the investment they made. But on the other hand when they have that title in their name, it it increases our booking fees so. I can't tell you many times. We've had queens say to US or somebody. I have to raise my rates now that I am a title winner, right you just went up. But more than that. I, just think it's personal pride. It's like you know in any in any career that you choose there's usually some kind of award or honor top kind of you know billing you you could receive in. The Emmy Award. So if you want an emmy. Resume looks good in this particular world misconduct being on your resume is pushing you in a different echelon of talent and achievement. To really, Obsta, competition too when you're competing against other people year after year and they see somebody like Oh that person's competed three four or five times now, and then they finally wins. There's some kind of inspiration for them to just to keep on going like some year. It's going to be my year and you know showing up and showing what you've done and how you've changed over the years impresses people that you have that stick to it have miss and you know like if I just wait it out, I will get the crown. Right. And if you you know, we have like forty years of footage in that film clips and you know if you look at some of the entertainers their first year, I think there's a clip of nature. Lopez. The first year she competed and whenever she has watched the film and I have watched her watch the film she cringes at how she looks and sounds in that first year because less Polish. Much younger. Novice rookie. So you know it's like any. It's fun to see that evolution. And the first time we ran into nation Lopez was as a contestant on Rupaul drag race I believe she was one of the eliminated. And and we had her on the show and part of it. It was like she was coming in from having won Miss Continental to getting on repulsed drag race Guinea sent home I and having to relive all those kind of negative emotions associated with the pageants and. was wonderful story about her initially wanting to give up the crown well. That's some some t that we had heard that and I asked her about it on the podcast. Because I don't want to give too much away eventually nature does win the crown. And I guess the rumor was that she wasn't really upholding her her duties as the crown holder because that was frustrated. She was while there's certain things if you win, you are contractually obligated to go to certain events have certain outfits for these events. That kind of thing you don't just win this crown and they send you on your merry way there's obligations to fulfill and. The story goes is that she was not necessarily fulfilling those obligations per like the Gym Flint's requests. So she came into the office with her crown, put it on the desk and said, you want this back and he's just said. Miss Please have a seat. Let me tell you about the only other person who gave up the Crown Miss Continental Crown. I'm not sure who it was, but it was somebody who had some drug may have been mentioned in your. In your film. They had some problems with drugs and I think they ended up. Something bad happened to them. So he was like, do you want to end up like this person and she's like, no, he's picked that crown up get out of my office in. Do you're damn? Job. Cats that I asked her about it and she said she's like Jim Clinton I have a very good relationship now. Imagine. You know because Jim Flint. The Creator and the run, the man who runs the baton, the the club that is so legendary in giving rise to so many of these drag contestants and performers. Outside of the Rue Paul's drag race world, you have people like Chili Pepper and Mimi marks and ginger grant who you know even if you don't know about ru girls, you've heard of their names either through the Oprah Winfrey show or donohue in the early days when they used to interview drag Queens along means used to go on those shows that were from the continent scene and you know and part of it is like I think what was so interesting to see was just these rare private moments with people like Mimi marks are talking about her her romantic relationships and Mimi marks was very famous in the early nineties for dating Dennis Rodman the best guy up you know and talk about it. She just smiles and says, we were friends. It's also say. Well,.

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"jim clinton" Discussed on Feast of Fun

Feast of Fun

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on Feast of Fun

"Did. Free Rupaul before that became the the cultural phenomenon I think there's like Elissa Edwards Roxie, Andrews Brooklyn Heights Nina Flowers Ginger Minj, and then I was like to point out that if you're a fan of pose that affects show that's such a big hit Dominique Jackson, who plays Elektra also competed for Miss Continental at least twice under the name Tyra allure and I hope Jasmine Masters. And Masters and some of them were already on drag racing they still competed afterwards. I. Do it too so. If you're a pageant queen, this is the conscious that you want to be in. This is the highly coveted crown and you amazingly got a camera crew behind the scenes and captured the Queen's at their most vulnerable, and there must be frustrating moments I. Think you know in terms of the highlight of the documentary is the way that people allow themselves to be filmed when they lose and for a lot of the pageant contestants it's like they're not just losing one year they're losing five or six years. In a row and it's so economically mentally and physically taxing to do this pageant. Why do you think they're doing it over and over again? You know that was that was one of my big questions when we were interviewing folks because I can see wanting to try to win the pageant but to try over and over again when you know other pageants like Miss, America do they don't they don't allow that one shot and then you're done and what it, what it was explained to me repeatedly was. This was a dream and this was a goal that they had for so many years and that not only was it a personal. Literally don't mind the crowning achievement. The have had their entire career moving forward mark. How're the drag queens getting their money back when they actually do win like are they touring the country? Are they getting licensing deals? How does the system work I think some will tell you that they're never going to recoup the investment they made. But on the other hand when they have that title in their name, it it increases our booking fees so. I can't tell you many times. We've had queens say to US or somebody. I have to raise my rates now that I am a title winner, right? You just went up. But. More than that I, just think it's personal pride. It's like you know in any in any career that you choose there's usually some kind of award or honor top kind of you know billing you you could receive in. The Emmy Award. So if you want an emmy. Resume looks good in this particular world misconduct being on your resume is put a different echelon of talent and achievement. To. Really OBSTA competition too when you're competing against other people year after year and they see somebody like Oh that person's competed three four or five times now, and then they finally wins. There's some kind of inspiration for them to just to keep on going like some year. It's going to be my year and you know showing up and showing what you've done and how you've changed over the years impresses people that you have that stick to it have miss and you know like if I just wait it out, I will get the crown. Right. And if you you know, we have like forty years of footage in that film clips and you know if you look at some of the entertainers their first year, I think there's a clip of nature. Lopez the first year she competed and whenever she has watched the film and I have watched her watch the film she cringes at how she looks and sounds in that first year because less Polish much younger a novice. So, you know it's like any it's fun to see that evolution. And the first time we ran into nation Lopez was as a contestant on Rupaul drag race. I. Believe she was one of the eliminated. and. And we had her on the show and part of it. It was like she was coming in from having won Miss Continental to getting on repulsed drag race Guinea sent home I, and having to relive all those kind of negative emotions associated with the pageants and. was wonderful story about her initially wanting to give up the crown well. That's some some t that we had heard that and I asked her about it on the podcast. Because I don't want to give too much away eventually nature does win the. Crown. And I guess the rumor was that she wasn't really upholding her her duties as the crown holder because that was frustrated she was while there's certain things if you win, you are contractually obligated to go to certain events have certain outfits for these events that kind of thing you don't just win this crown and they send you on your merry way there's obligations to fulfill and. The story goes is that she was not necessarily fulfilling those obligations per like the Gym Flint's requests. So she came into the office with her crown, put it on the desk and said, you want this back and he's just said. Miss Please, have a seat. Let me tell you about the only other person who gave up the crown, Miss Continental Crown I'm not sure who it was, but it was somebody who had some drug may have been mentioned in your. In your film they had some problems with drugs and I think they ended up. Something bad happened to them. So he was like, do you want to end up like this person and she's like, no, he's picked that crown up get out of my office in. Do you're damn job? On the podcast that I asked her about it and she said she's like Jim Clinton, I have a very good relationship now. Imagine you know because Jim Flint The Creator and the run, the man who runs the baton, the the club that is so legendary in giving rise to so many of these. Contestants and performers. Outside of the Rue Paul's drag race world you have people like Chili Pepper and Mimi marks and ginger grant who you know even if you don't know about ru girls, you've heard of their names either through the per winfrey show or donohue in the early days when they used to interview drag Queens along means used to go on those shows that were from the continent scene and you know and part of it is like I think what was so interesting to see was just these rare private moments with people like Mimi marks are talking about her her romantic relationships and Mimi marks was very famous in the early nineties for dating Dennis Rodman the best guy up you know and talk about it. She just smiles and says, we were friends. It's also say. Well.

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"jim clinton" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Waterford on the patriot I might go ahead Hey John how are you I'm well thanks I'll I'll let her I just thought it's amazing are you going to get over we'll get through this well we've gotten through a lot of stuff in this country but the one thing that we haven't killed the virus we haven't killed a socialism the star with Karl Marx over a hundred and sixty years ago and all it's done is permeate our world and made it worse and worse and worse and these people but the people in the Democratic Party they've caught this virus and they are going to get rid of it it's just amazing R. well I don't think that a lot of get fully rid of it they want to maintain many of the the limits that it's put on society they just love this stuff I'm in and they want to keep us shut down they and that's because the trump patrons that's because of an irrational hatred deep seated hatred and it's supposedly impossible to hate something that you don't know you can't tell me all these anti Trumpers all these haters out there you can't tell me they all know Donald Trump they don't and he proves it all the time so thanks for the call Mike I really appreciate it eight hundred ninety three ninety three eighty five you see it you know if there's any politicians out there listening the folks these are a radical bunch of fools out here that are upset these are people that are sick and tired of your lies and your antics governor Whitmer saying that she's got our best interests at heart images given contracts out to buddies for stuff we don't need or Nancy Pelosi saying this Congress is interested in working together with the Republicans and making things happen for the people of the United States while she holds up relief for you and for me and for others hold up relief for them based on contributions to the Kennedy center where you're never going to be big enough important enough or person enough as far as they're concerned ever get invited to go are you push you can't go there but we make it possible through donations from people like Nancy Pelosi's district and then our district and then the entire country we make it possible for the holy to Jews to go to the Kennedy center give me a break his time in Detroit on the patriot ida Hey Tom I don't have time to stick around there Jim Clinton township you're next on the patriot go ahead Hey John the the mask is your businesses should be allowed to open up do you want to come in where mass you can make a my voice made a bunch of them in what all they do is stop the fluid from jumping from one person to the other near mostly effective is far as Michigan two thirds of the state is fairly safe it's only in the southeastern part of the of Michigan so the rest of the state should be open like any other state there's there's only three or four real big here hot spots in the United States led to all the states open up except for the hot spots and if they wanna are are continue to passes disease to each other well they'll kill each other offer or whatever the case may be but we can't close down the economy in the United States we we have to make a move on and we can't wait for the politicians to do it we're going to have to do it ourselves well I appreciate your call Jim thank you very much and you're absolutely right you can't wait for the politicians and it's really unfortunate for those of us who really believe in the system it's really unfortunate that the system can't do they can't I don't care how much Mitch McConnell wants to nine question that sometimes I don't know how I I don't care who wants to the system is big bloated and broken and not able under current system to handle emergency and it's proven and they prove it each and every day and I'll tell you something else I think the people are getting a little tired of the left wing media I don't know it's just a feeling and getting because CNN and then and and MSNBC and others are starting to softened a little bit that's a word I'll use because what Scarborough listen to this trump is on the wrong side of the American people on just about every issue now that is the way people think who are on the losing side of just about everything they tell themselves because their friends all say well trump's on the losing side of that one in reality is not and you talk about immigration he's on the right side there you talk about well ninety percent how many people are how many times how many issues do you remember where ninety percent of the people were in favour or against it where ninety percent of the people on one side or the other there are several like that now mainstream issues and what's gonna happen is after election day those numbers are going to come out and they're gonna bite a lot of people where they do not want to be bitten quick break and we'll get right back eight hundred ninety three ninety three eighty five it's eight hundred nine two three W. D. G. K. that room for you right now first time this hour as we continue on FM one a one point five eight fourteen hundred the patriots one time traffic.

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"jim clinton" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Three W. D. G. K. it's a touchy subject one we're gonna have to deal with here's Jim Clinton township on the patriots hi Jim and about but generally used to be the several tags but with the people in our country where the minutes penalty suing them plus see countries all around the world several large people and had their economies crash server disaffected I I can see anything but China is going to step up and say we're sorry we're going to do all we can if they try to hunker down and try to avoid this well with the master mind of other countries around the world they represent a chance in a war if you could just see that the states but I can't imagine the other countries just sit this out I thought that the the the media back when the Soviet Union was going strong for always trying to find ways to prop up the the Soviet Union and denigrate anybody did that put them down I don't make a mess they could they could they could be World War three or in academia where they they supported the communist system if you have a lot of people yeah it work Jim here your phone's breaking up again I'm sorry I can't let it go on but you you made a good point used you seem to think that the other countries are going to jump in and I disagree with that I don't think they will I think they'll sit back why should they jump in they don't need to they can sit back and watch the United States either win or lose so I I I think we we we label some countries that are nice to us and and that seemed to be nice to us and we will label them with altruistic and intentions that simply aren't there that's my opinion but I appreciate your call eight hundred ninety three ninety three eighty five years Duggan warm on the page hi Doug go ahead Hey Sir how are you today I'm well thank you awesome no I I think we should stand up and like you just said I don't believe the other countries all contribute either you know they'll stand back and see what we got the and to go from there but I don't think they'll joined in like you use that but we can go along to get along and keep doing it and keep getting treated like we've been getting treated or we can stand up and I think it's time to stand up and if you have ever seen have you ever seen in the history of the world a country that is as powerful as we are that gets kicked around as much as we do no I never absolutely not and I know you have other callers I just wanted to make my point but you're absolutely right and I got was this country and god bless president trump and I give him all my support because he's the only one that's done what we just said you gotta stop insanity it just got to stop the bleeding like in the military stop the bleeding yeah so that's all I have to offer my friend hi Doug I appreciate your call thanks very much for joining us here on the patriot there's another little question I wanna throw in on the side that I think needs to be discussed what role in any of this the settling of all this what roles talk radio gonna play because you look at all the other mediums or media however you want to say that that are available to get the cases out get the news out and so forth which media I'm radio television ain't comic books newspapers well comic books that's those are synonymous all the other guys media which one what out shine talk radio as bringing the truth as bringing the real picture of what's going on think about that one for a minute because I try to think about it and I suddenly maybe puff up a little bit because they're really in my opinion there is more there isn't one medium in the world that you can comma for the truth more then talk radio is there and how do you tell well one way is by how hard left fight our telephone number eight hundred nine two three W. D. T. K. that's eight hundred nine two three ninety three eighty five we'll continue with more of your calls should we take China to task over the corona virus or should we let this one slide also as we have done so many times in the past here on FM one one point five KM fourteen hundred the patriots the folks at Marvel mitigation services are ready and waiting to talk to you about home disasters disasters that you've had around the house I mean they didn't stop during this crisis and they're not going to what they want you at Bible to know there are some things that they're not going to be doing now they'll continue to answer calls and get right there on things like water damage and fire damage because both of those the water damage the the fire damage with the smell and all they continue to get worse as they just sit and water is really the worst because it just really keeps going and can ruin precious family heirlooms and items or precious business papers and and other things that you have stored and you don't even know what's happening because you can't see it but mumble mitigation services has the people and the technic technical stop the machinery to get in there and see what you can't see and they're happy to do that during the crisis now they're not going to do things like mold mitigation and other things that aren't real urgent because they don't want to expose people and that some of the that they put that in a file and come back when the quarantines are lifted and so forth and I'll take care of it so you can at least be in line for the service but the other things they will do and they just wanted you to know that how they.

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"jim clinton" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on WTVN

"And he did more costume changes and lady Gaga were there any songs when you left the real like he didn't do this one no I only want to hear one song and that was this and I knew he was going to close with the because he always goes with it one is a Yoda I don't know what were the custom jealous what sorry what what is that a pair DO Lolo by the Kinks known he key chain Scott he did he did a costume change from tacky he did a check cashing change for white and nerdy he did a costume change for dare to be stupid he did a costume change for your for the saga begins and you know there were just a like a jet I either a costume change almost every song what are the open with he opened up with a metal to medley of like a surgeon I lost on jeopardy a bunch of his hits you to this big met big medley of them the Smalls like teen spirit in there no he did he did that song so like nirvana is filling around did that song normally the costume change were dressed up like Kurt Cobain okay so did he die no charge check no I do I got a cold died something nasty to say I thought I'd leave it to Kevin on that yeah right now all right came in at the end of the song court recording looking out to kill him well if you have anything else to do right now what happened to her I don't know if she can do like yeah here which is just just put in there it is she doing like straight to digital movies or anything if you don't anything this is the first time I've heard the word Courtney Love put in the same sentence and probably a deck she I mean she was a good actress yeah yes Jim Clinton was on whether sales well yeah kind of kind of internal look real quick I know you're playing music now when the computer is locked up when we are able to run well no I'll never know.

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"jim clinton" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

05:51 min | 3 years ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Are talking about another pillar of great information. Facebook by a pillar of great information and truth herself. Hillary Rodham Clinton. It's short, and then we'll get right back to the phones, Tiffany, social media platforms. No, their systems are being manipulated by foreign and domestic actors to sow division promote extremism and spread misinformation, but they won't get serious about cleaning up their platforms. I must consumers, demand it. And we saw why it's so important just last week when Facebook refused to take down a fake video of Nancy Pelosi. It wasn't even a close. Call the video is sexist trash and YouTube. Check it down. But Facebook kept it up. So let's send the message to Facebook that those who are in Facebook's communities would really like Facebook to pay attention to faults. And Dr videos before we are flooded with them over the next month. Over the next month. He'd be lucky. If you're not flooded with them for the next few years, because we've been flooded with them up to this point by CNN and MSNBC, and other left-wing sites that don't mind lying to you. But. Trying to put enough pressure on CNN, which obviously says they've been doing all these lies all this time. They're not going to bend the from public pressure. Are they, they haven't so far? Now they should we should be able to put that kind of pressure on them. But went insidious. Devious advertisers are continuing to patronize them. And give them money. They say what the heck we might as well continue doing what we're doing is working very well with about forty percent of the population. That shouldn't be that way, should it eight hundred nine to three ninety three eighty five that's eight hundred nine to three WD TK. Here's Jim Clinton township on the patriot general. Go ahead. Good evening. John is a pleasure is always to hear your show. It's really a Larry issue here, Hillary Clinton and Pocahontas, Salou Warren, talk about putting truth in media. The, the most chronic liars on the feminine side at gender in DC that it comes to mind. And I don't know how you gonna tell the media what to say they're just gonna use the first amendment, which they should. And as far as our game plan to socialize education from the birth birth thing to whenever on rich, people, people just moved their money offshore, and they'll never get their hands on it. They'll spend more money trying to get it than they will. It's, it's just a. One of those namby-pamby speeches that she gives to draw the audience to, to applause. Going anywhere in the in the. Going to go anywhere. Anyway. Well the thank you for the call. Here's the attitude of the typical consumer. I'm not casting aspersions, your way, Jim. I'm really not what I'm trying to say is. I've been pulled in by it. In couple of callers have been pulled in by it. And. We, we sit here and we look at what are we going to do? There's nothing we can do. And how do we make sure that the things that we're getting truthful, and there's no way? That doesn't seem to be anyway. And yet, what do we really need from the media? More than the truth in these confusing times. And we love to be able to pick those, we know are going to be telling us the truth. But as I have shown, by example, at isn't always possible. I'm not sure. We'll ever know. But I think there's something in here. Some, some secret that we're missing. Don't know what it is. Here's Bill in Troy here on the patriot. Hi, bill. Go ahead. Please. How you doing? Good. It seems to me by we call right going all the way back to the IRS scandal. Leonard. And spying Obama's report or his body with the box nation at that time. That he put executive order that only CNN could be shown in federal buildings and airports, pretty sure that took place. I would think that Trump could Weaver said order and boxing every airport. Over the long haul CNN would lose advertising money. Well, I Bill, I think it would be great. I think I'd love to do that. But how do we know?.

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"jim clinton" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

10:20 min | 3 years ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Tiffany, we're going to we're going to go back and listen to some more judge Janine in in a minute. But I I would like to take couple of calls, and then we'll finish up listening to some more of these gooney birds. And keep asking ourselves. The question. What if one of these candidates in quotes wins? Now, it may not be as frightening to you is it is to me. But I've done a lot of thought listen to a lot of them and. Well. Some of it scares me a little bit. Here's Kenan Livonia on the patriot. Hi, ken. Go ahead. Well, John, I know I've touched on this before. But. It seems like I have to touch on it again. And that is I have no concern if the Democrats win the White House, if the Democrats control Washington because as I said before since I do believe that what the bible says is true that Jesus is in control the world. Not the Democrats not Republicans. His plans aren't going to be changed by who's in power. There are a lot in stone. And we've got to get off this this roller coaster of to concern ourselves with what is happening in the world. John. I think you know, what I'm talking about here that one thing that bible says very clearly the war on earth is one by the devil and his followers. But the final battle judgment day is already been won by God. And we should sweat the small stuff. We shouldn't be concerned about who is in power because ultimately God is in control, not the Democrats. Not republicans. Okay. Can you manage to get your your case out there? And it's not your case. And and I appreciate your putting your your thoughts in. And I do have a little bit different twist on it. I think it's a little different twist on it. Anyway in that while the. The decisions have been made. We don't know when and that's something that that will never know we will know of intially, but we're not going to know. We're not gonna know before we're supposed to know. So the way we live in the way, we are the way we cope and deal with the hand that we're going to be dealt the finally and that we're going to be dealt is not coming anytime soon. We think it could be coming tomorrow. We think it could be coming in ten minutes. Ten seconds. We don't know. But I would like to be totally prepared. And we can't be totally prepared unless we're totally aware as you know. And but I do appreciate your call. And I do appreciate your presence on the program. You do supply a grounding to it that. I appreciate very much and have yourself a great night. Here's let's see Jim Clinton township. Jim welcome to the program. Go ahead. Good evening. John voices. I mean, a lot stronger, I'm a recently confirmed Catholic, and I couldn't gradually, Jim. I couldn't disagree with that. Last call we have free will. And that's what God in Jesus gave to us. Now having said that I believe it's going to win. But if something doesn't if he doesn't win I believe it's going to be Bernie in preachy Kamala Harris, so the west just for logistical reasons. Our country would be destroyed Obama did took a big chunk out of it. They will finish it. So I do my rosary. And I prayed it frump will be reelected, but your other listeners out they're not they're going to be just as fried this. You are I can assure you that, and we we have to do whatever we can to out just great state into the country to make sure he does get re elected and that. Ohman caller before we have free will. And that's that gave is he's not in control. We are. And when the judgment day comes well that would be a different story. But right now, we have to take care of business. And that is getting Donald J Trump reelected. Thank you for your call, Jim. And thank you, for your opinion as usual. And we wanna we wanna thank you folks, who call with your your very. Let's call them meaningful. Opinions a lot of thought that goes into these callers, and I think that you can can get that you can understand that. And and I do appreciate them as I'm sure other listeners do eight hundred nine to three ninety three eighty five that's eight hundred nine to three WD t k now judge Janine is continuing to carry out her description of how the Democrats have turned into an angry unreasonable mob. I happen to watch her deliver. This was very interesting to watch her because she's still reeling from the penalties that she got. And we could talk about that. We'll do that on my Friday. She's reeling from those and I don't think she expected them, but they were very real. And let's go to cut be. Yeah. Cut be a. Now, let's do that Tiffany. And we'll discuss it in the minute. They hate Trump, and they'll do anything, including subjugating the constitution in our system of Justice to destroy the man their desperation to hang onto a narrative. So torn up worn out in this droid. It isn't even entertaining anymore. It's not even worth talking about anymore undone with it. But what is worth talking about is how the tables will turn sources tell me. There's an investigation into how this counterintelligence investigation into Trump began. It's time to investigate the beginning of this too. And who in the DOJ FBI and White House signed on to prevent an overturned. The will of the American people grab your popcorn, folks. It's showtime. It's Showtime multiple criminal leak investigations are underway. The FIS of warrants being reviewed the beginning of the actual investigation of Peter Struck tried so hard to cover up and the inspector general's report expected to be damning to call me FBI. Lynch's DOJ will be out in weeks. And then it's real show time for Bama, Brandon. Clapper. Lynch rice struck the cave rose and the whole cardinal call. Emme crime family devoted to obstruction. That struck me not only the will of the American people. But obstructing the very foundation of Justice in this great nation, and of course, tomorrow night. Never mind. No, I'm going to say it anyway, let let's wait for Justice Janine to call her and tell us what she really thinks. Never one of the loss for words. Eight hundred nine to three ninety three eighty five that's eight hundred nine to three WD t k if you're just joining us, we're discussing the the rather disturbing thoughts surrounding the fact that out of this whole garbage pile of Kook balls that we have out there. Somebody's gonna win. And let's move to bike in Saint Clair shores here on the patriot. I might go ahead. Hi, jen. Hope you're well, I have three quick points. And I'd like to comment. I son is I think Joe Biden has the best chance. Let's hope it doesn't happen. But I'll tell you what happened because the left is all they want is power. If Joe Biden wins he's talked about Stacey Abrams as VP Joe Biden will be dead after he's elected and they'll get their far left winger in Stacey Abrams. Second point. I'm still upset with you a little bit giant about the midterms. Because I think I'm not saying you did it, but you help complacency 'cause you kept saying there's no way. The Dem's can win. And and I think that Republican voters in Michigan got very complacent. We gotta get out there and vote folks third point. I think the Dem's have taken up the Matra or quote from George Costanza when he said, Jerry, it's not a lie. If you believe that thank you, John. Thank you very much for your call. Appreciate it, Mike, and I'll take exception to a couple of things that you said, but I'm not going to do it tonight because I'm into good mood. And again, I do appreciate your call eight hundred nine to three ninety three eighty five that's eight hundred nine to three WD TK more of your calls and more of the. Some of the ideas of the looney left that got me a little bit worked up. L more than a little in some cases here on the McCullough show on FM one zero one point five and AM fourteen hundred the patriot..

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"jim clinton" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"jim clinton" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Said this one guy we're looking for this is how the five and six year old witnesses described him a white male. Twenty to fifty years old with a bump on his head. And that's it and a white truck. So we asked these were kids. He was playing with five and six year old those were your informants, or the parents of those kids know, the kid only only witnesses, right? So we got that information. So I put that out as a media strategy. We're looking for this guy who had a white truck and a bump on his head. And he was twenty to fifty years old in this neighborhood. I said he from this neighborhood because there was actually three sightings of the guy within an hour. And nobody raised the alarm he just fit in. So I thought he was from somewhere real nearby. So we got two calls. One guy. Live catty corner across the street. One guy lived down the street. And I said that you've them not answer the door during the neighborhood canvas. They said this one guy catty-cornered across the street didn't answer the door his door now. And they were like you can't kick in his door. I said yes, you can. And I had to argue all the way up to the chief of police, and then the district attorney, and I said the US is pre in court gives us the right to search child sized containers for the safety of the child not searching for evidence of a crime. But we have to get in there because sometimes kids. Wander into apartment or locked or get stuck in a frigerator or in a car will or whatever it is. And so what ends up happening is they they gather swat team. They kick in the door. And they said this is twenty eight hours later. He's here. He's alive. He was tied to the bed. He was badly injured, but he survives today. And after they said he's there and alive. I basically the hair stood up on the back of my neck. I got really nervous. 'cause I said what if I hadn't argued? Yeah. Yeah. And so I mean, that's that's that's these situations where your judgment has to be so keen, absolutely. You know, you have confidence in what you're doing. Absolutely. That's what makes a great professional at any discipline. Right. I think what happens is after doing hundreds and hundreds of these cases, actually literally we did about fifteen hundred cases year. So eventually thousands of these cases you warm your instincts you have judgment. Yeah. And you have to rely on it. You learn to stop consciously thinking through the possibilities and let your sub conscious to crunch the Matt do the numbers because that works like ten billion times faster than you. That's Jim Clemente. Follow Jim Clemente dot com. C L E M E N T babushka retired retired FBI special agent with us. And of course, Jim Clinton is retarded supervisor special agent profiler eight hundred two two five two to everyone who part of this conversations, but they live.

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