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YouTube Reverses Ban of GOP Congressional Candidate Joe Kent

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | Last week

YouTube Reverses Ban of GOP Congressional Candidate Joe Kent

"I want to welcome to the show Also pretty intense guy good guy Joe Kent running for Congress in the fantastic beautiful state of Washington in the third district Joe welcome to the show Hey Dan thanks so much for having me on Of course so Joe I've seen you on cable news often I've been dying to get you on as we want to focus in the midterm elections on good candidates around the country and we feel it's our responsibility to use this platform to highlight them I mean the same things were done for me So we saw you and I'm like we gotta get this joke Anthony And one of the things that reminded me to get you on the show was you would put out you had a YouTube channel which you know any sensible candidate would you want all platforms Get your material on And YouTube decided to come after you because you are a truth teller And what are they ban your account to strike you at what happened there Yeah we had a couple days of back and forth with YouTube So we woke up one morning just uploaded some content and found that our whole channel had been deleted and we got the email I posted the screenshot of that said that we had violated their community terms of service They didn't give us any specific incident We appealed kind of went back and forth in a couple of days later We got our channel reinstated They stated that because of appearances I had on Steve Bannon's show in particular that they had taken down some of my videos and that was one strike against me So a couple of days later something similar happened to Terry Schilling of the American family's project that cited his appearance as Steve Bannon as well So there's some sort of a theme there

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Developing for Intent: Joe Bradley on LivePerson and Conversational AI

IT Visionaries

02:55 min | 5 months ago

Developing for Intent: Joe Bradley on LivePerson and Conversational AI

"We have the chief scientist at liveperson. Joe bradley joe. Welcome to the show. Thanks salver it's nice to be here. How are you good good. So i feel like everyone on earth has used live person whether or not they actually know that they have but for those who don't know what is live person. Yeah no. you're not uncommon to see realized that there's sort of a lot of people either technology to now. We have thousands of brands that we work with and have been doing so for a number of years but we up until now have largely been like under the brands right. So so what we do. Well lifers does. Is we have a waiver. Brands and customers to communicate with each other and on the customer side could be inside an app messaging brand. You could be a you know texting sms. you could be talking online and japan. You could be on we chat right you could be making this connection really in lots of different typically messaging style venues i on the brand side. They have an agent or an automated system. It'd be sitting in a context under somewhere these days. They'd be sitting at their home communicating with you. I and they're using our software to manage that interaction and brings all caesar's of course to find you automated ways for to talk to their customers. Which is one of the exciting areas where we're trying to invade. Yeah in talk a little bit about that specifically because you know when i think of a customer service why we call it. A customer service centre tool You know you mentioned before that i can wear. I'm choosing to communicate with the brand's customer service response whether it's social direct chat like you mentioned or opening up. Those self-help portal's brand side was like. Hey you wanna talk to an of those things open up. You wouldn't think that we would need conversational. Ai or anything like that. Because i'm talking to a person but give our is an idea of what it is. You are accomplishing over there. That's transforming experience because it's no longer just oh instantly talk agent. And that's that's that it's you know i'm typing things in your finding information more readily available to me possibly on the agent signed. Give us an idea of how a i plays a part in this because it's no longer just like you said it's no longer one to one. I'm just chatting with somebody. Yeah i mean there's a few different ways right so so the most obvious way is when you speak with one of our brands you might speak with an automated customer service agent or you buy college pod bot people use different names for these things and our customers build these on our platform trying to create experiences for their customers right. So so that's kind of a thing where it's where. It's the most obvious now where it's less obvious as you said you have agents working for the brands. You might get a hand off from a chat. Audra elevated agent that handoff contains some information and it so they can help you rather than have to make you say everything you've already said again or type everything typed again they'll get the relevant information in a timely way and be able to you kinda start the conversation warrant which is the experience we all

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Dine-in cinema chain Alamo Drafthouse files for bankruptcy

Houston Matters

02:59 min | 8 months ago

Dine-in cinema chain Alamo Drafthouse files for bankruptcy

"On wednesday. Alamo draft house cinema declared bankruptcy and closed its three most underperforming theaters. the texas based chain's location katie remains open as ella reorganizes as part of an asset purchase agreement with former investor altamont capital partners and a new backer fortress investment group. Alamo founder. tim. League is part of the lender group buying the assets and is remaining part of the company. This latest news plays out of course as another houston theater struggles to remain open. Houston's river oaks theatre. The last of the city's still functioning deco era movie houses which screens independent and foreign language films. It's an a dispute with its landlord. Weingarten realty. That's happened before. But this time weingarten might be reacting of course to a bleak outlook for the movie theater industry can the houston landmark negotiated survival. This time here to talk about the fate of river oaks and houston cinema industry are doug harris president of the houston film critics society and houston area film critic and regional correspondent for variety and writer for cowboys and indians magazine. Joe layden doug joe welcome. Good morning joe. Let me start with this. Latest news just breaking yesterday that alamo draft house reorganizing and being sold under chapter eleven bankruptcy protection if anything. Are you surprised. This did not happen sooner. Well i think alamo draft house has fought the good fight all during the lockdown But you know you can only hold out for so long and i. I have my hopes. Up that alamo will be able to keep the doors open but again you know you and i had this discussion near the beginning of the lockdown. And you know like people ask me. We'll movie theaters reopened. And i forget. We'll all movie theaters reopened. No doug of course. This is an industry wide decline. A massive one as the pandemic has led most folks to to watch movies at home. We've seen major studios and streaming services an independent producers alike focusing their attention on trying to recoup their investments by releasing films primarily through streaming. Does this put river oaks in an even more precarious situation than in past lease disputes. Absolutely but at the same time. This is slightly different. I have to say that. The alamo draft house was one of my favorite movie watching experiences. I love everything. they've done. Landmark just has a little bit of an edge here when you take in the history. The architecture the setting. It's just a different vibe to it. And and everybody can't have a home could either and people should not see movies on their phones and laptops when there are other so certainly things are slightly different. They the glaring lumine. Doom of the pandemic is is making it tougher. But that makes it all the more worth fighting. For

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"joe welcome" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

04:33 min | 8 months ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"State. There's a go go bar shakers. That's been there for four decades. And i drive past that twice a day. Joe full confession. I've been to shake does not not in my recent life but back in the game you guys that used to bounce their years and years ago by the way. That place is an asshole. Oh that that places like that is the dive bar with strippers. The dive bar of my point is what value forty years of my life. i'm fifty. I remember seeing that. It's in the shadows of the meadowlands adds value. It takes away value from society. Why do we permit it. And here's the thing they want to take away guns. This is how i handle it. All right mr dershowitz. You're going to argue that you can't take away. I'm gonna tax the living daylights outta you want a light. I'm gonna create a license for those type of bars. It costs two hundred fifty thousand dollars a year for that. And that's not for the liquor license that's just an added added just like they put a license onto by giant tickets and jet tickets. They what do they call that like. It was like a licensed then. You had to buy your season tickets. And i'll just tax to living daylights addie right. What value but yet here we are alan dershowitz and there's a large segment of our society. That will argue for that right. Sorry you don't get it. It just destroys our society. And i was side. He's destroyed enough. And i would ask women. I would ask women who are sexually liberated. Do you want your husband looking at porn. Do you want your husband going to strip clubs if you say you do. You're lying especially if you have children if you say if you have children if your mother i'll sexually liberated white liberal mother in the suburbs okay with kids you want your husband say honey after dinner. Honey i'll be back later. Me and the boys are going to go down to shakers. Let's say or stilettos or any of the ones here in the route. Seventeen corridor okay. We'll you think you think that woman is going to be like. Oh go be free. Honey go ahead come back later. Woman is going to be like. Where do you think your go. You go to a strip club you got me number one. You don't need other women and number two. We got two kids right here. What are you talking about. No women that says that they're for that which or i'm going to look at anything other than lying through their teeth. Well that's also part of. I had buddies that were traders. They would take bankers there and spend ridiculous amounts of money joe. I used to do it when it was stockbroker. High end to there's there's a place in enj- in new york called scores like it's four wall street like big dogs. They were all mob. Mob dub my friend. Paul used to take bankers. They're constantly dropped thousands of dollars and basically court them so he could make hundreds of thousands of dollars off of them right that that's a common practice in new york city and there's a lot of businessmen and guys guys like larry flint when he was alive Bob guccione okay. Hugh half their nose. We made heroes. Like the american culture not us and not all eu crusaders out there on crusade channel always on air and always online crusade channel dot com that we didn't make heroes out of them but american culture made heroes at hugh hefner. If you wanted to be a celebrity you had to go to playboy mansion..

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"joe welcome" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

05:48 min | 8 months ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"One's talking about eliminating hardcore porn. Never mind like playboy. I knew you were going to go in this direction. Joe and we're probably going to talk about this through that through the rest of this segment and into the next one because one of the main things that we have. Joe and i were talking last night before we did our show our social media show. We're talking about perhaps maybe writing down some of our ideas in identifying some of our major problems that need to be. I mean we have a lot of problems. But maybe like a top ten pornography's one of pornography's no value life but they argued in front of the supreme court at the time. And this is where dershowitz is biggest sin. That's why i br dershowitz no matter how much he took donald trump's back. I don't like dershowitz. I never liked dershowitz. He had an interview on. Crusaders can find it online. Maybe shannon or somebody could post it. Where on firing. Line william f. Buckley back in the seventies he had on harry reams who was a porn star that he was involved in the case and alan dershowitz was representing him and alan dershowitz argued. That porn is protected. Speech under the first amendment. It is not and one of the things that tried to say it has a value. I guess they call it. A societal value porn has zero value. In fact it's got a value because because porn is destructive. Okay it's destruct. We're not talking from a puritanical point of view. Joe and i. We're roman catholic. Men we get it. We've looked at playboy magazine before okay shocked there to you. Ok obviously not anymore because we grew up since then. My point is that it's destructive. It does it does many cases irreversible harm particularly to men particularly to men and make and then and then yes you impotent. As let's stick to the irony of it particularly married men that are addicted to porn you lose interest in your wife you lose interest in your white. I worked with a guy who had. I don't know if i told the story. Before on the crusade channel. I used to work with a guy and he would talk to me a lot because he knew i was catholic right but he hated the catholic church and he hated the church's teaching on sexual morality but he always funny enough ended up talking to me. Be novella selena was that but but he would ask me about this. He would say things to me like he would say no. I got this really hot girlfriend. She wants to get married. She wants to get engaged to get married. But i can't do it. Because she's not porn star hot. He said this to me now again. I don't judge was he from staten island. No he was actually from a different part of the country like all new york actors most of them most them from a different part of the country. But he's trying to explain this to me. And i said to him. I said look dude. He's younger than me. I still look. I'm not i'm not. i'm not coming at you like some some old man..

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"joe welcome" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:55 min | 9 months ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Air? It's circulating air your right to ceiling fan. I didn't mention that either. You can't. You can't. You can't eat it. If you can't move there. That's right. Mother. Nature doesn't allow air to compress Does it? All right. All right, to have a thank you. A J. I appreciate the call. Bye bye. He's exactly correct. So that was kind of when I'd using that knowledge between the fireplace in the bedroom, if if you're not moving it around. You're not making it comfortable. Um, And that's one of the advantages of, um, when you have forced air heat, you got the duck work and you got openings in each room and you got cold air returns is bringing the air out. That all kind of works in concert. Joe Welcome. Hey, Gary. My question is along the same lines. I have a fireplace with a buck stove. So it gets a lot of the way of a big fire and that room it gets really hot. Um We usually put a fan in the doorway toe. Try to circulate the air around. But in our house, we have central air. But we also have radiator heat. Okay, So my question is this Do you know of Anyway, or any product that we would be able to exchange our butts stove out. For a fireplace insert that would allow us to plummet into the radiator system, such that we could get the heat from the fireplace. Mm and directed into the hot water for the radiator system. Uh, so many be to use coming out of the fire, right? Almost like my fireplace wouldn't or might You know, my gas fired Boiler would not have the turn on. I'm getting that much heat out of a fireplace Joe over my head, But I'll bet you're there is that you and I would probably get a hold of The chimney care company and fireplace up in lovely Give Jeff a call, and I'm sure there is I I just I got you. Yeah, over my head, but, yeah, like I feel there is but I don't know what's in there? Mm hmm. Yeah. Because I agree. I don't know if there's a way we can run pipes through there. I don't know. But check with Jeff. He'll know he's C s. I certified and he's my go to guy when it comes to fireplaces anyway, so check with him. I bet you Hill will be able to Syria. All right. Appreciate to call. Let me give you the phone number You can jump on board. It's 808 to 38255 will get a few calls wrap things up for the weekend. And you're a home with Gary Sullivan for your home is just a click away.

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"joe welcome" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:59 min | 10 months ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"And it's an organization that helps midlife adults make the second half of their life. The best half And we will get into that. He's also a best selling author of a newly released Children's book and another book for US called the Seven Essential Virtues for Incredible. Success. And is it true that you have gone from homelessness? To being such a success in life. Joe Welcome to the program. Hey, Frankie. Very good to be here. Thank you for having me. Yes, I was homeless earlier in life, You know, Like many people. I didn't know where I want to do and just had a plane that inner voice in person in sight. Of course, back in those days, it was a little more powerful to be homeless, but Yeah, I had to go through. I had to go through the process, but it was it made me away and today Tell me about this mid life. Because, you know, I agree with you. I think that the vibrancy I I'm walking. I do this sunrise walk and And They're all in their seventies and eighties. The women that I'm working with And I'm just so impressed with their vibrancy and they're alive. Nissen The amount of things that they do in their days. And you know I just love that. Well, that's great to hear that that that people in their seventies are doing that. Yeah, if you look at the word vibrancy typically means like in Webster pulsating with life. If you think about a vibrant personality if you've ever worked with anyone there, just like alive all the time, or they're on Is that like to say, and when you can get people in the second half, or, you know, in the seventies? You know, it's all about movement and action, and that's why I always Just have people start their day with movement, whether that be dance or yoga, Cardio waits walking because it really sets the tone for the day. And you know if you have to keep your body in shape, and that's really what keeps the money shark Yeah, absolutely. Um, What is the Viper life? But if he i d like, is Vibrancy impact on purpose. And I like to say the silver lining is making the second half of like the best job guy living in the V I P life. So the V and The idea's vibrancy. And like I said, it's all about living a fulfilling life for so many people that are unfulfilled or In a dark. Depressive state because of what happened this year, and I don't mean like clinical depression. We're just depressed. And so when you could They are living a vibrant life being fulfilled, whether that's not a corporate job or in your seventies it really you wake up in the morning. Ready to take on the day. In the eyes impact. So you know the impact is, you know, discovering what impact do you want to make in the second half of life? I say The first half is all about gaining wisdom. You know, through your failures and disappointments and job the relationship trouble and using that Wisdom in the second half through either speaking or writing a book or Ocean and consulting or working with kids. I mean, there's many ways to have impact most people they like to write the book. And then the beer's purpose. So if you're living with purpose, that's a vision that's going to drive you in that second half of life, you know which that inner voice that people have silence..

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Joes library management strategy

Shutters Inc

05:08 min | 11 months ago

Joes library management strategy

"Me from allentown pennsylvania. It is mr jones elwin. Joe welcome back four hundred ninety one. Why is it. I think this is only the third time on shutters. What's up with that. That is a case of criminal negligence on my part. I i have a feeling your partner in crime was trying to suppress my voice. You're more than likely just because he's not here. I take shots at. That's absolutely right. have you been. I'd be good. That'd be good you know. Hey it's a pandemic. so what can we say but hanging in there Staying out more trouble than i normally would because it's harder to find trouble that's yeah it has been one crazy crazy year. Hasn't not or how are how are you guys doing with it. Down on fairly look being managed out of control i would say that four populated countries. I think australia has to be pretty close to the top of the list for the way we've handled it the that's all. i think. Awesome the here about a lot in the news here. We don't hear australia mentioned so that's interesting because they've done very well as well live managed to keep it under control will And put it on the news a lot. I think for the entirety of the year. I think streisand had about a thousand deaths if that all. I don't think we've had massive numbers at all. Victoria had a second wave way. The whole state went into lockdown for months on end and people were not allowed by the houses unless they had a good reason did they could only go within a five kilometer range and all that sort of stuff so we've been at governments have come under criticism for being too heavy handed but when i look look at africa's against say the us figures kind of think well i'd rather a slightly heavy handed government that actually keeps us alive the one that draws the just sweep it under the cap and pretend it's not a problem it's getting pretty rough here in europe is also going through the same and right now of course we're kind of in this crazy limbo where you know. We're really not getting any great direction. At this point administration. They're they're talking a lot. They're encouraging people. But obviously we still have the old administration. It's basically sand. Yeah there's no pandemic everything's fine. It's like we kind of live in two different worlds. Yeah it's been an interesting year this year so photographic. Have you been up this year. Haw well let's see. Prior to this year. I was doing a ton of traveling. Or olympus since my other sponsors teaching that kind of stuff i came into this year with what would have been literally my busiest year probably in the last twenty years might might. You're booked solid The beginning of the year. I was doing a nationwide tour. For olympus introducing the new owen. Dam one three camera. And the last trip i made was down to florida in the first week of march and Came home a couple of days later. We went into lockdown and within three weeks my entire schedule for the year was just wiped out. Everything had cancelled well in advance A few of the events went Went virtual but You know. I've always kind of been somewhat of an entrepreneurial spirit so i figured all right you need to pivot quickly and Some photographers pivoted by kind of moving into like product photography in that because fortunately people were still producing catalogues online stores. And i really didn't feel like going back into that area. I'd done that years and years and years ago. So federate i'm teaching. I'm enjoying the teaching. So i didn't learn how to do it online and i took a couple of days and did the whole pros and cons thing like okay. What are all the things that i like about online teaching. And what are all the things that i hate. And not of course was the longer list I'm a bit of a marketing nerd. So i've done a lot of marketing. Webinars where you sit there and the instructors staring down a laptop screen with really bad lady and a blurry image. And they're like okay. Let me let me share my screen with you. Oh wait hold on a second hold on I knew i had that slide deck. You're just a second you know. They're just painful. So at that point i did a ton of research figure out. What's it gonna take. How can i make a presentation. That is as close to doing in person as possible without really being there. And

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"joe welcome" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Very, very safe. The disinfectant EPA registered, uh, good stuff and ah, again. It's 20% off. The coupon code is Gary And free shipping over $30 so its jaws cleans dot com Jaws cleans dot com Alright, 808 238255. That's our phone number back to the phones. We go on Marc, welcome. Hey, Gerri. Love you kill. Thanks, sir. Um, I've got a cabin Dannic, Cumberland, and it would probably built back in the seventies, and I think it still has the original siding on it. It's um I don't know what you call it, but it's that May tonight like 10, Inch clapboard. Yeah, Yeah. Yeah, and on the South wall Where two panels but each other, they're starting to get I don't know moisture and they're and they're swelling up. So, um, I'm China figure out a way. To get that cleaned out and get those joints cleaned out. And I don't know, Prime. Um I don't know. But I thought maybe I'd take a Dremel and like, put a V groove in their prime it real good. But then I wouldn't know what to fill that joint with Well, you could fill it with like an acrylic latex caulk. Just regular. Yeah, The problem is is it's a losing battle. I mean, you're going to buy time, So you know that's good, but I had at a particular citing even on my house. And there was multiple class action lawsuits against them and everything else and continuous. Well, if you get moisture behind that, um you know so sure that the joints can help a bit, But, you know, moisture gets in all kinds of places around windows and everything else and you know, rather than just getting robbed, like regular wood was it just kind of swells up and are actually begins the flake and everything else, but Yeah, you can. You know, I don't know my work. My will fall apart. I just want to kind of give you an idea. Kind of lazy Mark s o. I didn't work nearly as hard as you're going to work and what I did is I just kept a good coat of paint on there. I do have a really big gap. Stephen put any caulking in and I just always would kind of go by and you know every three years or so since moved from the house ended up eventually just go sighting over with some bottle, Citing Ah, China, trying to avoid that this time fighting, it felt is still in good shape. It's drug joints. Yeah. Yeah. So you know anything you can do to help seal those up? Ah, is certainly going to be very beneficial. Um, but, yeah, it just didn't do well with a sustained more stir on it. Oh, yeah, the sides be careful. I'm not so sure. I caught the bottoms of those boards because that's sometimes how moisture gets out. But how moisture gets in is certainly on the Ah On the sightings were the pieces of wood, but up now, Okay. All right. We'll give it a shot. Very good. Thanks, Mark. Have a nice day. You too. Bye bye. You can add one other thing when we're talking to AA Ron and and then Ah, talking about talking joints, and I wanted to say that when I was speaking to Ron from a plus wall of control is he's talked about the soffits in the facia and I'll tell you where I've seen damage alarmed, he said. Were they kind of but together? Um, also corners. If they're not caulked and painted, and you know ah, taken water out of the equation. If you will, water gets in there and you start getting that expansion and contraction those Khun separate, almost to a point where Ah human could get a screwdriver and pull that board off with no problem at all. And you get a raccoon or something with claws in there. They can rip those boards right off, so those should always be tight and tightly caulked. Uh, Joe, Welcome. Hi. How are you today? Gary? Yes, certifying? I have a question about compression fittings. Previous property. We had a gas clothes dryer, and we kept it moved it to the property we live in now, which has an electric clothes dryer. I kept the yellow psst line with the gas dryer from our previous property. Can I reuse it? Uh, you know, I mean, I'm going to give you a layman's answer. I don't know if I have a definitive answer. So you got the I just wanna make sure you got the one. That's code That's got the coding on it. Yellow. Yeah, and that's got the rubberized coating over Correct. It's got the yellow coating on it. Correct? Yeah, I wouldn't know any reason you would not be able to re use it. But I don't know if it's allowed by law or by code. I have told you because I thought, Compression fitting sometimes the feral that Oh, this is the compression One too, Right? Has compression fittings on both ends. Yes. Yeah. Yeah, I probably would not use it then. Yeah, Mr. Compression one just to be safe. Yeah. So on a compression, when are these flares or compression? I believe they're compression. Compression shouldn't be really used with gas flare, you might be able to Where you look into that nut, and that's you know, it's it's kind of like a male female connection. When I look into the night I see a barrel on the pipe. Yeah, I have to look it up, but I did it in a non professional answer, Joe. Whatever that's worth, I would say No, I don't think I would re use it. But I would also look it up in just by I just question the house we moved into has two floor drains, and sometimes the basement has that sewer death mouth by pouring water into both of them. And sometimes it goes away, and sometimes it doesn't. But I think I figured out which one of the floor drains the Is causing it. Okay. What else? What else is there? Something more permanent? I can do besides pour water in there once. Yes. So let me ask you a question. When you pour the water and does that stop the sewer guests. I just did it this morning. Some check again. I think so. Okay, so there's two things that's going to cause that smell. One is that trap becomes dry. Ah, the sewer gases coming right up the water in that there's a trap It's designed to block to sewer gas from coming up. If it's dry, the sewer gas can come in pouring water in there. That's great. That'll fill that up. But if that water dissipates from that dream, you're going to have sewer gas again. And how does it dissipated? Dissipates either by Ah, leak in a pipe or evaporation. If evaporation is Theis, you You can put water in there and then put about you know several ounces of like mineral oil. Which will keep that water from evaporating mineral oil. Yeah. Okay. Now that's one reason for the smell. The other reason for the smell will hit his call yesterday and ah ah La Times floor drains or even have compensation pipes fill into the Drain, and there's also a bacteria above the trap. Okay, just if it's just dust, and it's moist and stuff starts growing in there. Um, you, khun, take a, um, take that if it's got a removable great You can take that off bleach and water as a solution of scrubbing it goggles and gloves or even an enzyme drain cleaner, Not an acid enzyme drink there will eat that bacteria. And that'll sometimes eliminate to smell so usually smells emanating from a drain or bacteria above the trap. In the bell trap or a leak or evaporation of the water in the trap so much a good idea to do both foursome, Ensign drink. Not going to hurt you Not going to hurt exactly that Put in some water and minerals. Little mineral oil. Yes, sir. I appreciate it. Enjoy.

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"joe welcome" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:32 min | 1 year ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"We often There is a theme or a subtext in the shows that I participated on Sundays Mourning my show, which is freedom. The self determination the rightto have control over your own life, your body and your mind that this morning's show is that topic on steroids. This's about One of the most important this show this morning is about one of the most important freedoms we all cherish. We enjoy. Indeed it is essential. It is essential lest there be Constant wars, killing people killing each other around the globe. The topic this morning is the safety valve. The thing the concept that Pete's keeps people That piece as best we can with one another. We are talking about The freedom to move from place to place to move from city to city, from country from state to state from country to country and this morning from country. To something other than a country that is this morning. We're talking about Private governance, the degree to which one kind live in total control of the political environment that regulates if you ought to be regulated your behavior we are talking about The concept of zones zones are political units that exist within countries or without outside of countries that are independent of the environment where they physically are politically independent. And the residents of those zones and one can think of a state as being a zone within the federal system. One can think of a city being a zone within the state in which the city is but we are thinking more broadly and more expansively this morning. We are Learn it. We will learn about the Growing movement to create Political autonomy within states countries and in if you will, no man's land and what that does to economic life to political life and what that does to enable people to Feel Maurin control of their lives. If people are in control of their lives, they're less angry. They are Comma, and they could just go about their business to help us understand the concept of zones politically autonomous units located somewhere on our planet. I'm happy to welcome to two guests this morning. One is an old friend of ours. Joke work. Joe is the President and spokesperson for the Sea Steadying Institute, Joe will explain the mission of the Sea Standing Institute. He is an old friend to my listeners, Joey's but on the show a number of times before Joe has studied the sea setting for a long time is a great spokesman and has written a book very popular, very widely distributed, entitled See, studying how floating nations will restore the environment and rich the poor. Cure the sick and liberate humanity from politicians. So, Joe Welcome to the show this morning and our co guest with Joe is Tom Bell. Tom is a Is it? A lawyer? By profession? He has earned his J D from the University of Chicago. He practiced law for quite a bit in Silicon Valley and no surprise made studied copyright law. We will not be discussing copyright law this morning. Joe Outside Tom has written Dub a fascinating book, A fascinating book. I dare say all of you out there will assumes the show is over. You will buy the book. You will be curious about it and you will learn a ton. Up. Tom's book is your next government question, Mark. From the nation state. Two stateless nations. So Tom and Joe Welcome to the show this morning. I think you look Not to be here. All right? That was good. You did it in unison. Very, very, very cool. I like that. So first, Tom, Uh, Joe, let's talk with you. Joe. Tell us about or so of my listeners Remind us because you have been on the show before. About the mission of the Sea Standing Institute. What is its concept? And where are you in fulfilling that concept? She's standing at home getting the high seas. The technology for floating your own society on the ocean is rapidly coming. We're getting very close. Almost half the world's surface is unclaimed by any nation stage. And if you think about what made the United States so exceptional, much of it, Wass the Western front here. On. We want to expand into the blue from here, which is still not colonized, and we're going to go there long before we go to space before I got on the air. I You like this line, I said, which was we don't need voice. We don't need political voice if we have political choice. And being able to vote with your feet and experiment with societies will do more to change your government than voting. So she's dating isn't crazy. Politics is crazy. And Michelangelo counseled us to criticize by creating on that's what we're doing. We've already built the first ceased ed off the coast of Thailand and now more beautiful ones, your soon to be for sale in Thailand. On that Thailand in Panama. In a community starting down there with the company ocean builders..

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"joe welcome" Discussed on WTH Podcast

WTH Podcast

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on WTH Podcast

"Well not not part of that same group but someone for entertainment who passed away at a ninety to ninety Jerry Stiller so an interesting week all right. Now let's do this. Let's leave the hustle and bustle for small town. New All right we go now to Montana. And this is really just a mugshot. Mostly Ronald Joseph Gallagher. These Montana man he's fifty. He was arrested on several charges including marijuana possession resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. He was released from the Missoula county jail after posting. Bond on the three misdemeanor counts. So why Oh why is Ronald Joseph Gallagher in small town news well his booking photo Gallagher who something of a frequent flyer at the local lock-up was wearing a drug free t shirt when he was arrested for marijuana possession. Now the small line under the drug free Which was cropped? Mostly cropped out in the booking photo said just ran out. Yesterday I enjoy that. He gave the thumbs up his profile. Shot and decided. I'm not GonNa stay in full profile. I'M GONNA look over its camera. Just give me. Hey what's up you know? I did that because he's is. Yeah that's small Tony's also rest easy to the to the Double Rainbow Guy. Speaking of probably being highest faulk a cage. He was a an and highest alleged one. One time he was blown away he is. He is passed away so sorry. Sorry to leave you with the with the sad stories. But Hey get yourself. A drug free just ran out yesterday's shirt. Maybe you too can be part of a small town. You may have to move to Lake Lodi Galt or something just so you're like you know little tubing for you. I mean loading Are probably huge compared to where this guy was sitting at. Just maybe Rescue Volcano Volcano Anyway that's going to do for this episode of the W. T. H. podcast. Thanks for hanging out with us for a bit. How long I don't fucking know. We had to stop three times because of technical difficulties. So we'll edit this altogether so makes sense. Thanks downloading listening. Thank you for telling a friend. Thank you for supporting us by hitting that job. Amazon Tab at the top of W. T. H. pod dot com. Everybody stays safe out there. Stay healthy and please please. Don't be an asshole Kareem. Any final words Thank you bill. Christine for joining are listening group last week. So hopefully it'll keep you continued list. Joe Welcome in Jason any final words to yourself and others excellent defender and my my final. Words are just this. I will eat your I see next time..

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"joe welcome" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Stephanie Miller Stephanie Miller it is the Stephanie Miller show if you missed a couple says rocky Mickey Mouse being discounted death by murder Hornets of then shame on you mmhm but that will that we have some real Dinero in place of yes Robert deniro as Robert deniro yes he was on the call yes condemning should been in the world before and people survived them we of course could have survived this much better if who idiot had done the right thing and listen and heed all the warnings there were many many warnings and we're all paying for now it would have been bad maybe in some ways but never like this R. yes thank you Charles Johnson tweeted at trump will be remembered as the con man president who was impeached but not removed from office because a Craven power hungry GOP refused to act and he went went on to win competently Bungle and exacerbate one of the largest mass casualty events in United States history Joe in Texas hello Joe welcome yes good morning good morning I'm I'm a little upset with straw man argument about if you want the economy to open up sacrifice to family members my wife is a registered nurse and I work for the postal service sure are we sacrificing the county sacrifice master the government sacrificing us or so the people sending us back into work without the proper testing right without what has worked all around the world and so you are gonna have to deal Joe you are because the government is opening up too soon you're going to have to deal with an avalanche of cases that are coming your way so yes it the government working with every day the government with every day.

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Trump says GDP would be near 4% and the Dow could be 10,000 points higher if it weren’t for the Fed

CNBC's Fast Money

04:30 min | 1 year ago

Trump says GDP would be near 4% and the Dow could be 10,000 points higher if it weren’t for the Fed

"MNUCHIN is just the latest in a monster. Line that we've had from the world economic form in doubles president trump sitting down with CNBC earlier today and he took new aim right at the Fed less than what he told. Joe Kernan had we not done the big raise on interest. I think we would have been close to four and I could see five thousand to ten thousand points more on the Dow but that was a killer when they raise the rate it was just a big mistake and they admit to it they admit to it I was right. I don't WanNa be right but I was right for your next guest Joe's idols. Chief Investment Strategist at blackstone. He thinks trump might have a bit of a point. Joe Welcome back to fast money. What do you mean what what was he was? He says he's right right. You know I think the bigger point here is that we are inadequately driven market. This is not a fundamentally driven market. Right it's not a market where you're seeing earnings gains. And you know healthy underlying sort of like revenue and profit margins and things like that. We're in a market. That's been complete driven by central banks all around the world and two thousand thousand nineteen year where you went from massive hikes cuts right. You had more central banks cut rates in two thousand nineteen than any time since the great financial crisis we we went from balance-sheet tightening expansion of balance sheets again and that liquidity has fueled the markets is pushed him up higher so in December of two thousand eighteen. If I remember back in in those days the Fed raise rates the market fell eighteen percent. It did come back. It ended I think the month down. What eight or nine percent on the Dow and the S&P so if the Fed comes out and indicates at some point this year they would like to tighten monetary policy does the market fall another fifteen to twenty percent? I think what central bankers have done right now is bought themselves a lot of time right because the headwinds that the economy is facing include things like trade obviously across the pond we had UK and Brexit and everything else. I think policymakers bought themselves time. I had an old Basu once said Joe. If you have a problem that can be solved with money than it's not a problem anymore. He was on his third wife when he said that's worth it. That's the policy that that that that that we've seen in the markets policymakers have done over the last couple of years. But but I agree with that and don't fight the Fed and all these shays that have been the right ones but if you think about what we're not going to get more fed than we got in two thousand nine hundred ninety so if you think about it just the fact that the Delta in two thousand nineteen which was incredible the fact staying still right now. Oh I don't think there's enough and is the Fed gonNA keep this money market surplus in the market. I mean you're talking about Four hundred billion dollars that I recognize. We had a big problem and I don't I think the Fed was telling us how offsides they were a year ago. This has to this has to be painful. There's an economist who rose to prominence in the nineteen seventies named Herbert Stein There's something called Stein's law named after paraphrase. It basically says that which cannot go on forever won't right. I would love to come up with something. That's patently obvious. Inhabit habit named after me. I'm working on some things I'm watching the simpsons to try to get some inspiration but if you think about that Dr Oz just came up with a few he has some great scope. nope Don Don were over. You know it's GonNa go into As as I was going to sing living I was GONNA do hip hop arm beer something but that name was taken. Yeah I chose Investment Strategy so joe so when you start to look at what can't go on when it ends it ends. I've been waiting for value to start outperforming tech it. It just seems as though everyone is rushing in there looking for growth the only place to get growth or a handful of names on the technology side or or through the gamut of technology teams when and does value ever start out performed as market. Go Down I don't think we're GONNA see an environment. The whole market goes down. I think we will see more volatility more choppiness in our ten surprised twenty twenty one of the things that we talked about was having multiple five percent corrections because I I think the market has to mark some time while earnings catch up to the to to to prices right because we haven't seen any earnings growth. I don't know if it's going to happen in twenty twenty it might be is something that comes later because I don't see such a strong environment for corporate profits even now but I think we'll have to mark some time if you put two thousand nineteen into context. Think about it it. This way neat record high returns one of the top twelve percent for returns in any calendar year record. Low volatility volatility is one percent below one percent that we'd seen in any calendar. Year policymakers delivered that to us. I think the effect is rolling off that drives volatility. They'll be opportunities

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"joe welcome" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Six six ninety right all right let us go to Joe in Illinois Joe welcome you're not already a welcome to the show high very good my original our total recall was that I know people that seem to be reasonable and some more intelligent and yet they believe this nonsense constantly but you know you were talking about everybody self interest and I tried all local politics on preaching travel down the hall to the Republican people the party and they were all really nice people but even when you're knocking on people's doors one of the first thing they ask you is what's in it for you and you know I kind of got involved thinking I'm going to try and do something to help wake people up and save our country there is charging skepticism out there in the and I see you then in everybody and maybe it's just human nature but they they there is a thinking about trying to better your yeah but that's outside what we're talking about you're talking about politics in general which is always been the case people are always looking after their own self interest this isn't something new what this is about this is about the truth and this is about impeachment what you're telling me is people are concerned with their own self interest dot that's not a surprising thing now does that mean because they are of concern with their self interest that the truth doesn't matter to them as we stated the problem many times with with the Republicans messaging is they have to be able to relate everything to people's best self interest and that's what we do everything that we talk about we believe is in your ours and yours best self interest freedom is in your best interest the three branches of government the filling their constitutional responsibility and obligations is in your best interest and the country's best interest you know men and so again I'm not really sure where you're going on it a accept the fact that because people are worried about their own self interest they're willing to believe lies fold that's always happen but not all people are willing to believe the lice and that's why so far impeachment has failed because they haven't been able to convince independence we know that there's a group of people that don't care about anything of bikes up what we can get for ourselves and will lie will cheat trump has a right to face his excuse okay users through the sixth amendment and I wanted to go to that call just to straighten the the thinking out there of Lynn this is not a criminal case and I want to bring a lin'an just because again one of the biggest things of impeachment one of things the biggest things are people don't know how the infrastructure works I don't know about impeachment they don't know the six MM it doesn't apply this is not a criminal court it is a political court now Americans X. back even if it is a political course it should be a a political court they do expect due process to be followed but it's not mandated and they do expect the crime there still be certain expectations of the American public of those in the know who understand it who are obsessed with their own selfishness and envy and hatred just what I can get for myself whatever I give myself doing it matters as me anything else goes down constitution doesn't matter we just do whatever we need to do in order to win in order to get our way and get our stuff we know that that exists out there but it isn't all people and that's why impeachment is failing that's why the numbers and that's why it was so important when all the polling started coming out I love the people that say I don't believe the polls AZ the polls independence are moving opposite of the way the Democrats wanted to yeah that's a poll we believe that one so that's where we are okay you're more your calls and comments coming up if you want to get in we do a line open eight six six ninety run I but.

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"joe welcome" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on KGO 810

"Joe welcome to K. geo yeah you're exactly right as far as the the deck neither party does anything about it it just keeps going up and up and up and my dad used to say that they just you know they want to get in charge of the treasury and the no child gets an office in the throes of Wall Street got in there in the nation and they you know turn up a whole bunch of money and they need your cat and they just raid controllers will remove the trillion dollars yeah so let me ask you what we do what what will we do we have to get money out of politics do you think trump would be an officer religion money to be made if there wasn't money in politics then then you're going to run for office based on one to do good for the country you do that how do you Bernie Sanders I will tell you Bernie Sanders prove that you can do that his lover's donation was twenty seven dollars not the number yeah and definitely not a truck guy and biting you can say Hey you you can only you take fifty dollars per person in your constituency and bills considerably fifty Bucks that's it California was to be the leader of the from Rome you know everything starts in California and does cross country Hey that's we need to start right here in California no more money yeah you can not not always commercials on television you have to DO mailers yes actually get out there and walk the neighborhoods and that's it yeah I understand you can't do it the way I have breaking news here well we have a winner in the World Series zero one I'm gonna tell you right now the nationals the nationals won the World Series and they are very happy about it and that's the first time that Washington has won a World Series way of exercising nineteen thirty four is it since nineteen twenty four nineteen nineteen twenty four I was off by a decade and the final score was six to two so there will be rejoicing in Washington okay ma'am Donald Trump but I'll be rejoicing in Washington okay more of your calls coming up right here on the John Rothman program four one five eight zero eight zero eight ten right here Ross met on KGO eight ten Hey guess who stop smoking Tuesday now al Baghdadi so then on to our one of all the news for you that's what we do that's tomorrow five.

"joe welcome" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"In Arizona hi Joe welcome to the Dave Ramsey show I'm is Randy thank you so much for taking my call sure what's up so I got into a car loan this year right now the debt is at twenty two thousand dollars and I'm trying to figure out what's my next move initial I should sell this vehicle what is your household income forty five dollars yes you should sell a car okay and what is the car worth problem we just got into a car accident somebody ran a red light into people need so currently I have the I'm working on getting an appraisal but I'm not too sure at this point probably many gas fourteen thousand but the car is going to be repaired by the person who hit you right okay so the nursery taking care of but I I don't know why fourteen thousand you just bought the car but I'm just making estimation because I don't know how much of value was lost because of that accident not anywhere near that you're guessing yeah okay yes so is that the car has been repaired okay arm well just jump on Kelly blue book and see what a private sale is okay it's going to be somewhere around there I mean you may I lost a thousand dollars in value or two thousand and by you but you can lose eight thousand dollars in value so what do you think this car is actually worth on Kelly blue book you have any idea worry about nineteen to twenty thousand okay so are you gonna come up with the difference one my savings is about a thousand dollars right now I was hoping on building up a bigger savings by buying a hoop Dee and then not having to worry about that payment that way I can pay off the difference during that time period all right our house your credit what should I don't borrow the three or four thousand dollars he and then use that covered runs out to cover the difference and then you can get the car sales of the car sales for eighteen and in you twenty two you need for thousands of dollars to be able to get the title right right okay so when you're alone set up not your take the loan today which is the lone arrange for four thousand dollars in order to have a buyer come up and hand you a check for eighteen then you put the house on the market but the car on the marketing get is sold now your four thousand dollars and that sort of twenty two thousand now we're moving in the right direction and of course in somewhere in there is the saving up and getting the hoop Dee and that kind of stuff so you got something out walking but you have to start with a hoop Dee and then you can move you can move up rapidly for what your car payments are I mean your car payments are ridiculous Matthews in Florida hi Matthew how are you I'm great another guard better than I deserve what's up okay so I read in your book that we should do a health savings account or that that's a good option and as one see if it's a good option for me in my current situation okay so right now I have a family of five three kids working three kids and I'm self employed so I I currently.

"joe welcome" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:25 min | 2 years ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Joe welcome to the Dave Ramsey show I miss you Randy thank you so much for taking my call sure what's up so I got into a car loan this year right now the debt is at twenty two thousand dollars and I'm trying to figure out what's my next move an inch I should sell this vehicle what is your household income forty five thousand yes you should sell a car okay and what is the car worth problem so we just got into a car accident somebody ran a red light and people need so currently I have the I'm working on getting an appraisal but I'm not too sure at this point probably many gas fourteen thousand but the car is going to be repaired by the person who hit you right okay so that that's already taken care of but I I don't know why fourteen thousand you just bought the car true but I'm just making estimation because I don't know how much of value was lost because of that accident not anywhere near that you're guessing yeah okay so is that the car has been repaired okay arm well just jump on Kelly blue book and she would a private sale is okay and it's going to be somewhere around there I mean you may I lost a thousand dollars in value or two thousand or the value but you'd at least eight thousand dollars in value so what do you think this car is actually worth on Kelly blue book you have any idea twenty about nineteen to twenty thousand okay so are you going to come up with the difference walked in my savings of about a thousand dollars right now I was hoping on building up a bigger savings by buying a hoop Dee and then not having to worry about that payment that way I can pay off the difference during that time period okay all right our house your credit I want you to go borrow the three or four thousand dollars by you and then use that covered right not to cover the difference and then you can get the car sales of the car sales for eighteen and in you twenty two you need for thousands of dollars to be able to get the title right correct okay so we need a loan set up not you know take the long today which is the lone arrange for four thousand dollars in order to have a buyer come up in hand you a check for eighteen then you put the house on the market but the car on the marketing get is sold now your four thousand dollars and that sort of twenty two thousand now we're moving in the right direction and of course in somewhere in there is the saving up and getting the hoop Dee and that kind of stuff so you got something out walking but you have to start with the hoop Dee and then you can move you can move up rapidly for what your car payments are I mean your car payments are ridiculous Matthews in Florida hi Matthew how are you I'm great the guard better than I deserve what's up okay so I read in your book that we should do a health savings account or that that's a good option and as one see if it's a good option for me in my current situation okay so right now I have a family of five three kids working three kids and I'm self employed so I I currently have.

"joe welcome" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

11:42 min | 2 years ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"We welcome and Joe Girardi Joe welcome have you I've got my car you know let's get in there is because you are perfect for this we have to not because we have a tax in who's been good at the end of the season and we had as no poses experience and we have savvy you have the ability to pitch either one of the guys one two with the rest with the extra two days off I I look at it is this I lean towards myself. I know the only think it's not going to I was being a six inning pitcher they wanna go through the line of three times all that stuff but cannot get to me has been a big time postseason pitcher he's got a one five all we already he's been a normally clutches within a post season is eighty. that's the guy I want to lean on in games one and five I know they're probably thinking more packs in because of what he showed them lately what's your thought what you've seen lately with the guy who's got the post season pedigree. you know it it's an interesting dilemma because they all have their ups and downs during the course the seeds impacted pitch really well you know that the second half he was on a on a great run so I think that's probably why they're going what I would I would think they would go with the way it ended up Paxton seventy to lock up a lot of people always believe that the most important game is game three. always did Joe Torre he's dead I know that but you know what you taken to it it's completely taken I mean so you want to go that means you're committing to Paxson twice in the series rather than Tanaka twice in the series and tonight because as you know it's been a terrific postseason pitcher. he he has and you think about Houston they're predominantly right handed but I don't think whether you're right handed or left Minnesota first Minnesota first that you have now yeah yeah so. you know I mean it's hard I think with all the left handed hitters that Minnesota has. you know and the good left handed hitters I understand why they're doing pack. so you're going to commit to Paxson twice even though he's got no post season you see these guys to my home runs off everybody but right now you're going on taxes got no post season no post season experience at all versus soccer who to me has been a big time postseason pitcher that's risky I mean but it listen I is so you're going to go left the right angle attacks in game one intention twice I yeah I think so yeah and I think that we will bridge to an takes to not to game three it in a in Minnesota. yeah yeah and do you bring taxing back short rest the in game four if you down to one oh do you go with the flow with the file of solder now I do because happens really struggled against Minnesota so I I would here's the other thing though. both in our early on. I lost you one more time I yeah because if it's not being too you could still pitch game five he could but they seem to be leaning towards the locker three bad rather than so from what I understand if it's packed in game one see I trust to lock in the most I what I'm saying is I chose to not go more than Paxton because he's been there done that yeah they're willing to go on the guy they see be the better picture right now who is the left hand though who's been the strike out guy which is tax that. yeah and I think I understand what you're saying you know Tanaka second half. I mean wasn't great and I think they're probably going off but I agree with what you said there were times he looked you know what I had and he didn't look great and then the playoffs rolled around and that's when he was that it seems to me he is a huge big game pitcher and I always saw the light go on for him he looked great to me he reminded me L. do que how he takes the ball in the post season. I agree I I but he did his best work always in the post season it seems the bigger the game the better he picks so you know I could go either way I'm a little I'm a little surprised he's not game one well we don't know yet we haven't been confirmed yet we don't know for sure right but I'm a little bit surprised it sounds like they're going packs in but we haven't been given any word yet on which way but I'm I mean to me I just trust see now you this is an interesting question as a guy who's been there and has won the World Series do you go on post season pedigree or do you go on the guy who's never been there but is looking better at the time. I dig I think you go with a guy that fits the bass the second half okay do okay well then that's taxes clearly that's bad yeah okay yeah all right give me your thoughts on tonight's game what it what do you think about tonight with shows and which is with the wild card. well I I like I personally I think Washington's a better team. I think they have a better offense I think they have a a better starter and I think you can put Strasbourg in the bull pen that makes them a lot stronger club but the thing that scares me about walking is because it's a one game playoff you set up your bowl brand with a bunch relievers mix and match the whole time and that's what they're used to doing yeah the game is played every day the last one to sit down did better quit this game but the other guys have the better pitcher. I agree I think the other guys I think it's more talented Bob. what this is what walkie does and this is how they win game so I would think that Washington would pull this off you know basically they got to get that monkey off the back losing the deciding games at home how big do you feel about that what would you be ready to go Strasbourg in a big spot tonight in a pen. yes I would I would not I would not hold back in and pulling sure sure sure sure. is it is one of the best pictures are game but if you look at his last eight or nine start they have not been great and he has been prone to the long ball way more after he's come back from his injury than he was before Strasbourg out in the second question no question I would not hesitate if he does not look sharp to go to Strasbourg well I mean what you're saying is is absolutely true I mean he he pitched okay but he didn't catch up to his regular you know numbers down the stretch I agree with you you know as far as as he already in his last seven starts was almost five so that's not sure is a like that's for sure he gave up a lot of home runs if you look at for the injury yeah he would give up about three homers a month or two homers a month and then after that it became one every start so that definitely is not you know what we're accustomed to seeing pictures how about the the Tampa Oakland game. very similar I think Oakland probably collectively is is probably a more talented position girl I think from a pitching standpoint I think he was probably a little bit more talented but this was what was used to doing tell in the month of September let me mix and match and go through this and. I would not be surprised if Tampa won this game and I think I think it Houston would probably rather see temple did see Oakland because I think Oakland has played very well against Houston especially the last two series and they they know who they are and there are no surprises so I think you still probably rather plate do you think. do you think anything's gonna stop a Yankee Houston LCS. I do not know okay I I think their deaths in the play and I think their deaths in the place seven game is this a bit a Minnesota team than the ones that the Yankees have always beaten. probably I think their line up in December I'm not crazy about their rotation I'm not crazy about their bullpen but I think their line up is deeper do you think right now uses the best team in the in the in the sport. I think they're the same debate I go what I'd be surprised if they got knocked off no I wouldn't because they've had problems with their fourth starter great he has been good but he has not been dominant I think everyone thought he would be dominant when he came over he has not he has not been lander coal but having to face those guys twice in a seven game series is not going to be let's be honest Joe well when they when they beat you they be you was more than the colors I mean that's who they beat you with yeah yeah they didn't have a cold at the time it was more Morton and and you know it and lander was top on and the call is at a ten killed yeah yeah absolutely killed because he threw a lot of breaking ball yeah I mean that's where they won they could they didn't win with it closes then we went there relievers they won with the Saudis in the pan. no but I think your boyfriend is better than it was back then I like Presley a lot I I think he has been outstanding and also not you know I I think he's pretty good through I don't think you for quality of Chapman's but I think he's good all right dodges I mean what's cool it cardinals and Braves. I like the Braves in that but I like to brave the Freddie Freeman is healthy. I'm not so sure I get the game Saturday night and he did have a hit the left field with this which is vintage friend they need him in the worst way he's a he's the most underrated player I think in baseball yeah Hammond Rendell yes No rental when I I think you have to say is a lot on the right after you turn down to one in ten million dollars he's not on the right anyway. no so but Freddie you know struggled down the stretch I think he was three for his last thirty four thirty five it's not hit a home run since September first they definitely need him so if he swings the bat Freddie Freeman ash and that doesn't mean that he had three hundred in the wild but if he's productive I like to break all right and how about the wild card winner against the Dodgers. I like the Dodgers I really like the Dodgers if it's for walking I think it'll be a pretty good series if it Washington and especially Washington doesn't have to use Strasbourg tonight either dodges going back to the World Series. I'm not so sure I could see Lana going. okay so it's not a yeah I I just had the rose on a funny he liked Atlanta too so you think it lands got a good chance this year so I I do and I think a lot of it depends on Freddie Freeman but I I'd like I like their pitching you know kind of gold is going to keep you in the game. brokers really good Max free when he's on is very good Fulton average can be good but I think what the three editions so they're both and they are better they say that improve their club a lot and you know you think about their closer when they were winning in July with Luke Jackson and now he's like a fifth inning guy so their bullpen is really improved. it would scare you with over Joe Girardi is because what would scare you about the Yankees if anything right now I mean obviously we'd slaughtered with the starting pitching is there anything else that worries you about the Yankees. I just think the help how healthy are you know and if someone you know or shell is nursing an ankle a little bit now you know look void is he has not been the saying you know something happens to one of their other guys that was given where is you know where is Gary Sanchez right now you know I don't.

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"joe welcome" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Joe welcome to the Jim Bohannon show. thank you captain I had to quickly. the first one is the only college football game in order to better I don't want to be five minutes ago thanks okay he doesn't have the stuff that you're looking for. Irish Scottish football team. and this is just amazing and it's right next to the stadiums. the kitchen is a much simpler every person that was possible next to it over the. Houston and it's fabulous to go through that and then the whole. this sort of party and I know you mentioned that yes so we puddy made it let's see when they put that silly puddy in and certainly it should made it yeah early on silly puddy got inducted in twenty oh one so that's pretty high here's one of the rubber duck the rubber duck did make it any twenty thirteen. thank you for that call yep it's thank you thanks for the tip to. yeah a lot of these are not the type of toys of today and that's what I like about them they're the kind of things were imagination the cardboard box they put it. here's one of them out Rushmore so you got to say the bicycle it's got to be on the big four of toys it's Barbie the bicycle I'm not sure the others but those two I would put a early on and again the easy bake oven did not make it in for eight years that's an outrage really come on the easy bake oven is just genius. a little like the whole thing come on now. that's that should have been an early on so all right we'll get a couple more hit me with their museum quirky real like the Kennedy one that I mentioned or hall of fame or anything like that that you'd like to pass on to your fellow beau Hannon listeners and me I'm writing them down who knows when I'll get to them down here Danno sitting in for Jim Bohannon. Lou.

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"joe welcome" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

07:51 min | 2 years ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Joe welcome. How are you, sir? Just fine. Wondering if he knew any kind of carnivorous plants such as Venus Flytrap that I could, you know, have either inside or outside, whichever one you recommend to keep down flies, and other insects. You know, I think there is a multitude, I don't have any suggestions for you. Joe quite honestly, but I know I think it's like chrysanthemums maybe prevent flies. I would stop at a garden centre, or even Google that they may have some information on that. But there are some like marigolds I think is the one that I was really thinking. I think that prevents flies but there are there are plants that will keep flies away, mosquitos away, but they don't come to mind quickly. I'm sorry. But I know the miracles, I'm most certain eliminate or you know, they're distasteful to flies. So. So you can probably feel pretty certain on that one. But if you've got a, a nice garden center, if you stop in there, I think even have different sections for that. And some of the ones I've been to so by one check that out. Hope that helps you Steve, welcome. Hey Gary dune good. Really enjoy your show every week. Thank you. Forty seven and black basement. And when I bought it, I winter was leaking, and spraying, it sprung leaks all over the place. And I worked by way around face pointing so much in the morning was pay for San or has he'll water, rotted away and re-cut pointed and, and hydrogenated all joints, and I want her locked all painted on walls hand to care of ninety five percent of my Leafs, the only have one or coming in, and it's just in the springtime is right were the center, block meets basement floor. I kid seeping in, in like four or five spots, and I don't know how to address that. Well, that's the challenging part, you know, whether it's blocks or whether it's a poured foundation, those are actually poured as two separate poor. So there's a natural seem there. Where where the water? So what, what it is usually a water table issue, so up up top when you worked on that wall, there was ports of entries due to cracks missing Morton, everything he said there and what you did is you made that more watertight him, really solve the water problem. All right. But you made it more watertight because I tell people all the time, when they use that particular types of products is you still need to address the outside issue for the amount of cracks. We find Indian inside we probably have double that on the outside, or we also have, like more standing water poor grading clogged gutters that are creating this problem in allowing moisture to get in. So just a heads up. I would still check my I call them the killer. Jeez. The grading the groundwater, make sure there's none. Pud Ling, the grading make sure slopes away from the house. And gutters, make sure they're free flowing now all that takes me to where I'm going, and that's down where the slab and the wall meets because if we water proved or tightened on that wall that water works its way down to appoint Aventure, right? Always takes path. Least resistance can't come through the wall now but there is a natural seem there. And we also hopefully have pipes that go around the perimeter of the house, but Knoller pipes the earlier homes. Those pipes are crushed clogged with roots whatever. So I'm still going under the assumption that they're working. They may not be working the only way you'll find out if you run a camera through them. Pump system. Right. So that's my next step. So I always use the image of Saint Mark's square venison Louis every day, it floods in floods, because the water comes up through the concrete up through the square because the water table during high tide is underneath that city as that water table, rises, it just works its way right through the concrete. And if floods that square, same things going on in your house. Okay. The water table is higher than that floor that seem. So we've water prompted we got a lot of water and then we I don't know where your water table is it could be thirty feet down, or it could be three inches below that slab, and as the waterworks down at rates that water table, path, least, resistance boom, right? Inside your house. So to answer the question. Certainly a sump pump is going to be very helpful. We dig a hole, we cut through the slab we put in a giant well bucket. Or whatever you wanna call it. It's got holes in aside. All that water goes into that. Well, and then is pumped away from the house in a more severe case you talked about maybe the pipes were clogged than if the some pump didn't work, and it probably will at least a degree at least to eliminate the problem. What folks do is you would actually cut that slab out about six inches around that entire perimeter lay in drainpipe and rallied to the sump well, and a water table goes up. It's caught by the pipes at sent to the well, it's pumped away from the house. With all of that. I just I'd never. Foale and popped up on screen in a four foot hole and put a something they're just creating that low spot. A lot of water around based on yell side head towards that then germ. So again think of your pudding now and it's not for football. I think it's a thirty inch maybe in probably about three feet, but thirty inches. I think and what will happen is. You have now created a new path of least resistance. Okay. So goes to the pump or it goes to the well. And then the pump is jetting net away from the house. That's where that's where I'd start. You know, I mean I appreciate the help. All right. Very good state. Thanks bye. Bye. All right. Now, what I was going to say to Steve, and I'm saying to you of your experience in that same type of issue. Don't forget to address the killer. Jeez. I know that sounds real simple. But let me just give you a scenario if you do all this water tightening, which is, which is great. I'm ford. I'm not against it. But what you have to ask yourself as I've seen basement walls with cracks that don't leak. 'cause I preach all time. It's about the water control. If you have great grading, you've no groundwater, your gutters, are moving out water all the way around. There's a good chance you can have a crack in walnut. And it's not gonna leak. If you have water in the soil rule heavy in hydra steak pressure in, you got water coming through the crack. And you patch that crack the question ask yourself, where's that water going now.

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"joe welcome" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:17 min | 2 years ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Per capita on health care as the people of any other nation. So the throwback to you, do you think it makes sense the spend twice as much per capita Bigalow of any other nation. The only country in the world not to guarantee healthcare. So that was on FOX last night Bernie Sanders with the town hall, and he's good. He's just really good at what he does. And in that crowd, which was a burning love and crowd. In theory. A lot of more Trump voters were eating it up. And we'll I've got some commentary on that coming up in a second after our guest, Joe Simonsen joins us Josie campaign reporter for the Washington Examiner, and is following the whole Barney thing, Joe, welcome. Are you? Hey, how you guys doing good? So of Bernie pitching, universal healthcare. That's interesting. And that includes quite a broad group of people, doesn't it. It does it does. It's similar to twenty sixteen plan his new plan which have introduced in congress a few weeks ago. Co by twenty twenty Dan's, it, definitely has more generous benefits includes things like long-term Hel health care for the elderly the terminally ill. But it also would include a most illegal immigrants and those people who come to this country, which is interesting caveat. And that it's been learning twenty sixteen though, it's far more explicit around in the language of Bill folks from Kelley unicorn Lia are familiar with the concept of giving universal healthcare to anybody who sneaks in is Gavin Newsom, the government the governor is in favor of that. But to be fair to Bernie, he does point out that the whole his socialism plan only works if you don't have open borders in a legal immigration. Exactly what I was gonna say. Gavin is okay with that though. For some reason, the governor of California thinks that math does work. Well, he's convinced that his electorate is so stupid that he can pitch something that's utterly unworkable. But that is surprising out at Bernie, isn't it Joe? Surprising to an extent. I mean, you know, you can look back at Tate's from Bernie in the in the two thousands and even earlier where he's always been a skeptic of of mass immigration. I mean, I think he's very much in the mold of a more labor type democrat from the twentieth century. I think he understands that a lot of unions aren't necessarily favor of millions of people coming into this country every year. And also, I think he understands that. Yes, he wants to wrong welfare state. It's hard to do that. If you have unlimited immigration is it as simple as if you're already here, you get to universal healthcare. And then he wants, you know, the illegal immigration stemmed. Yes. I mean, virtually the the language of a Bill actually said that if you're in this country. You will have access to universal healthcare. And also, even if you do come to this country. Let's say bring standards of president in twenty twenty not going to be able to stop all legal immigration. No presents nail to do that. Let's say ten thousand people in three months. I mean, most of those people would probably qualify for the healthcare benefit the only language in the Bill, which is explicit says that people cannot come to this country for the purpose. How you would prove that. Yeah. Good luck. That's a it's a great little chestnut. Joe Simonsen campaign reporter for the Washington Examiner. Joe we'll look forward to chatting with you again real soon. Well done as always. Thanks. So I texted Craig the healthcare grew last night to say did you did you see Bernie's townhall talking about the healthcare knee? So he watched it and then had his comments. All just read them to you. Because I I agree and feel the same way. When I see how Bernie connects with an increasing population. That's been educated in the the arguments on. Well, it's gonna be tough for people who love liberty to defend individual freedom with the arguments on the left that are just intellectually easier to make their warm and cooperative, and they sound good in the sounds like you're getting stuff, right? And it is hard to argue against that. And and even I myself as is watching Bernie when he was talking about some of the problems that are currently current system is. Yeah, that is a problem. That's the problem. That's problem. That's a problem. Yeah. And and. My belief that a free market should make things work better and cheaper is is pretty solid. I just don't believe that will ever allow that to happen, right? Oh, right. It makes it difficult to to to continue to fight the fight against the whole single payer government takeover thing, which I think would be awful and end up being worse than what we've got. Now. Right, right, though. It be terrible. In fact, I could easily answer Bernie's little certian in the tape. We played about spending double and yet, you know, there are people who are uninsured. Bubba. It's because in your socialist house healthcare systems, including Britain, Canada, whatever healthcare, so brutally rationed. I mean, they don't spend as much because they're not giving it out. You can't get that surgery for two and a half years. You can't get cancer treatment for nine months as Craig said his arguments on healthcare sound good to people who are struggling in life in sick of big insurers and bureaucratic breakdowns in the system. Yeah. And there's no doubt about that. Oh, I hate to be captain discouragement over here. But you know, I I happen to be flippant through Steven Brill's a bitter pill, which is a book came out a couple years ago about America's healthcare system, which he makes the point that the government is way over involved where it shouldn't be a not involved where it should be an it's all such a lobbyist skewed mess that any serious discussion of fixing it is going to be too complicated for people. So I don't want to engage in it here. But I mean, I don't think you need to be a genius or or a policy want to understand look there are different groups of people in the United States the game, fully employed. There's the pre existing condition, folks. They're all folks, there are the very very poor. And the idea that one solution works for all of those different groups just dumb. It reminds me of our discussion of homelessness recently. You got a twenty one year old junkie just wants to do heroin and lay? Around with no responsibilities. That's an entirely different question than some guy with a kid who got cancer any lost his house. I mean, it's just the idea the one policy prescription is good for both of those people is just again. Dumb. One more text from Craig's regular guest on our show because he's an expert of among the expert of experts in healthcare in this country. Any makes it understandable. How he connects with the increasing population that's been educated in the great inflated. Everybody gets a trophy world amongst the comfortable soft society. I'm deeply convinced. We'll have socialized medicine by twenty thirty. If not a few years sooner. My working on the presidential election. Now is that Bernie Sanders as berry Goldwater in nineteen sixty four interest with a conservative that everybody decided was way too conservative even for the Republican party. But he somehow got the nomination. Got destroyed in the general election. But it was his ideas in his platform that Ronald Reagan used and was the the the law of the land in one thousand nine hundred. I mean, everybody wanted right Bernie is I think he would get destroyed in the general election, but his ideas are coming, and he's gonna be like, Barry Goldwater a dozen years from now almost everything Bernie's talking about is going to happen. I think. Bernie is straight gin. Somebody's gonna add a little tonic in line with that in America's gonna swig it down. He's ahead of his time. But it's coming. I'm not happy about that. I think it will destroy the nation. But I think that's what's going to happen. What's your news Marshall valley owner of the company that was working on Notre Dame? Speaking out, Nancy Pelosi taken another swipe at AO, see and an amazing prediction, our brains and the internet will be interconnected, very soon. Battery respect this half for Nancy poke vice versa. Stay tuned. Oh, she got Ganim Paul. I'll take the twenty something in that fight over the eighty year old whole, I don't know. A fight dirty. Mm strong and Getty. Shop AM seven sixty K FM be realized this but not all lace sick is the same. Clearview dodgers entity, film, it performs modern Lasix with I design lay sick. We're an I map is taken inside and the outside of your eye and then customized just for you. How incredible is that? Not everyone does it that way lotteries and to get lay sick. I gotta just because I was tired of swimming all the time. But maybe you have allergies is causes trouble with your contact lenses. Tired of bringing glasses along with you everywhere, you go and and contact lenses and different sunglasses when you travel, it's just less work. Let's worry about wake up in the morning open your eyes, and you could see Mike is better than twenty twenty..

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"joe welcome" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"joe welcome" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Don't go near those. You'll find vultures will pick them apart. Sometimes. So I assume then that the vultures probably have leprosy also. So I try to steer clear from most buzzards if not all hi, Joe, welcome. Did you grab a live? Hey, drew. I listening guys all the time. Thanks, joe. So I wanted to give you guys a real story on coyotes in Florida. Okay. It's kind of weird actually, you know, we used to have red wolves in Florida. Yeah. We found this. We found this out. Yesterday last week or so that that they mix them with dire wolves from from game of thrones. And and they became this weird hybrid where they they they pair up with you. If you're in the stark family, and then they can they can get the white walkers. Yeah. Tony stark did mate with a dire wolf and that gave him extra powers. But. Look at you comedy. A total nerd Cubans. But here's the real story. So without red wolves, there's a vacant niche. What they do what the where they live and coyotes have therefore expanded their range to use that can niche, and that's why there are more. Now in Florida than there used to be. Should we kill them? You sound like a guy who knows what you're talking about. No because it doesn't help there, and it's kind of cruel, and it's just not right. I mean, they're they're living animal just trying to get by like any other guests. I know. Look, I understand. Now. Here's the thing about the Armadillo to I wanted to tell you this is actually kinda neat. There was only one reported documented incident of what what's it called Hanson? Thank you. CCS? Yeah. Anyway, he's was in Louisiana. And it was only two armadillos, and it was under laboratory conditions never been to two cases of leprosy is too too many as far as I'm concerned, I'm gonna keep up by crusade. Thank you. I appreciate the wealth of information that you dropped on us in your support of our radio program. Didn't get to the NFL player who brutally attacked a civilian didn't even go to jail for it. And if I'm not mistaken didn't even apologize is very unapologetic about the fact that he sent somebody to the hospital. I thought they set this up ahead of time. They did not. And this is an assault. This is this is not as bad as the Ray rice video because there wasn't a woman or or was there. One woman xactly. That's the thing. We would know that information would we out with the old.

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