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"john great" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:30 min | 3 weeks ago

"john great" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Keep John Great. We could tell you that Anthony Warner is the man believed to be responsible for this horrible crime. There is no indication presently that anyone else was involved. Investigators were poring over Warner's psychiatric and medical history for clues about his state of mind going into Christmas. We're told he may have had a range of paranoias, including the existence of life in outer space. And a fear of five G cellular technology. We're told not to expect a quick answer to either motive or the reason the RV was parked where it was in front of the 80 ante building When Warner blew it up. ABC is Aaron Carter Risky. The U. S has now topped 19 million Corona virus cases since the pandemic began, says Johns Hopkins University. Koba deaths in the U. S rising and now total more than 332,000. Kobe tracking project says a new record over 118,000 Kobe patients are in U. S hospitals. Top US infectious disease official Dr Anthony Fauci expects a post Christmas surge on top of the post Thanksgiving service. I share the concern. Of President elect Biden that as we get into the next few weeks, it might actually get worse. No word from the White House or President Trump in Florida that he sign or veto the covert relief and spending bills. Hours after unemployment benefits ran out for millions of Americans, President Trump was back at his golf course, still refusing to sign the $900 billion coronavirus stimulus package. It really is a disgrace. The president demanding lawmakers increase the amount of the simulant checks from 600 to $2000. But after months of bipartisan negotiations with members of the president's team Republicans are pleading with Trump to sign the bill. Maybe she's Rachel Scott, you're listening to ABC News. You're not with this trailer insurance switch now and save a lot of money. Australia has partnered with progressive to give drivers the lowest price hands down. Visit a stray insurance dot com from the astray Insurance traffic Center. We'll start you off in Broward County. Looks like a little bit of a slow down here. I 95 cell phone before you get the Griffin Road. There's a broken down vehicle, but this one is off to the shoulder. Earlier slowdowns. I 75 cell phone near pine Looks like that one is all cleared up. And in Dade County only thing slow right now is gonna be the express lanes. I 95 South bound right near Miami Gardens Drive. Got a broken down vehicle. This one blocking that left Express lane. Your next report will be in 30 minutes. I'm Mike Laconia News Radio. 6 10 W. Y o D. With.

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NCAA plans to move entire 68-team basketball tournament to one city in 2021; discussing with Indianapolis

Jim Rome

02:40 min | 2 months ago

NCAA plans to move entire 68-team basketball tournament to one city in 2021; discussing with Indianapolis

"Basketball. We're joined right now by a college basketball insider for CBS Sports host of the college Hoops today, podcast. Also in front of program. He is John Rothstein, Man. John, What's going on? How are you? Never better. Only great to be with you. Good to have you, John. Great to have you here. All right, so a lot going on the blade. John announced this morning that the tournament and CW tournament will be held in one location and that they are in talks with the city of Indianapolis. The host the entire 68 team event there. First of all, what is your initial reaction to that news? Proactive planning is always better than reactive planning. Jim and you have to sit your captain Dan Gavin, and everybody's the NC. Double A for this. We know that we're in uncharted territory. We know that we're in a once in a century type global pandemic. Now we're in a situation where we have a plan and after they're just hanging up On a call with then gather it. He made it very, very clear. And once the team heads to that area, where the NC double a permanent hold and the NC double agent endeavoring to lock up, according to get it, the city of Indianapolis as that host city by January, 1st. Once a team travels to that city, it will not be permitted to leave. Until that team is eliminated from the empty double a tournament. John Rothstein is joining US John the tournament has been scheduled to start in Dayton on March 16th and 17th. Do you still expected to start at that time? Or could you see it moving back at some point? You know, one of the things that's interesting. Jamie's Dan Gavitt said that you know, because of the different protocols that have to be in place in order to successfully pull off a tournament in a short period of time. The calendar may not be the same for March. Madness as it normally is. It's an in perfect year. It's an imperfect season. But the bottom line is this Jim at the end of the day, and I know I might be the perennial optimist. We see so many people so coming to the negativity that goes on in our world today because of obviously everything that is going on in our world today, But it is time like this. You have to look at the positive or their programs shut down in college basketball. Did a covert 19. Absolutely. Did the Ivy League cancel one of sport's last week to the cove in 19? Absolutely, but the facts of the fact. Over 90% of the Vision. One programs as of today are up and running, and the facts of the fact. There's going to be set back. There's going to be cancelation. But we're having a college basketball season and we're having an NC double A Parliament. If that doesn't get you excited seven days a week and twice on Sunday, I don't know what does

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A Conversation With Roshi Joan Halifax

10% Happier with Dan Harris

04:17 min | 3 months ago

A Conversation With Roshi Joan Halifax

"Okay, well Rocha John Great to see you thanks for doing this. It's wonderful to see you again. Thank you so much for inviting me and also giving me this interesting assignment, which as I said to the people who are you know in the background organizing if there is one boundless abode that I need to work on, it is epinay. Why is GonNa be so challenging for you? Because I'm a passionate person I also and maybe more in touch with contemporary events than some practitioners. And I think really since the mid sixties I've been socially engaged and have a sense of what it is to actualize justice in a world that is increasingly fraud and increasingly. Unfair. So you know I feel the suffering I have a lot of loving kindness toward people, sympathetic joys, very accessible to me, and of course, as you know to and I spent many years studying compassion and then it working in the end of life care field. Really working on developing the strength of compassionate my own life but equanimity has been the if you will the biggest assignment but the one I'm least compelled to explore. So I think your team for asking me to do this because it gave me a chance to look at my own behavior. But also how important this quality is in the world today. Jehovah suspicion perhaps even subconsciously that equanimity would be the enemy of effective social engagement. Well, as you know, the near enemy of equanimity is indifference and sometimes equanimity literature has been described as neutrality. So I think that the near enemy expression of what we know is equanimity is a challenge but I looked in as. Equanimity. Having big arms not arms that are overweight per se but big arms. So big that it can hold everything it rejects nothing. and. This kind of reminds me of what it is to be a grandmother. Of, grandmothers heart that's an expression we used in then row by Shin. This is a heart that is fear. So anytime. We hold something apart from us. We're afraid of it. And Grandmothers Heart. Means, we're including everything I want to go deep on Gra-. Grandmothers Heart, which he wrote about in recently published essay, which will link to in the show notes but step back for a second. How do we define equanimity? What is it? Well the Pali Word is interesting the polly word is who pick up and it had literally means to look over. Another way of. Describing in his to look with patients. And I've described it as a kind of Meta cognition where you are bearing witness internally to whatever is rising and holding whatever's arising, not pushing it away not grasping at not being ruled by like and dislike but the equity has this quality that is quite fascinating. In other words I use the image of robot of Grandmothers Heart, and grandmothers heart has this feeling of you know I've lived a life I've given birth to children. My children have given birth to children I've seen birth and death birth and death. and. Grandmothers heart has wisdom has insight. So it is why I believe equanimity is laced throughout the different exalted lists of realization in Buddhism,

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"john great" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

Duct Tape Marketing

06:33 min | 3 months ago

"john great" Discussed on Duct Tape Marketing

"Hello and welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcast. . This is John Chance. . My guest today is Brandt menswear. . He's an inspirational Speaker Award winning musician and author of a book. . We're going to talk about today called black sheep unleash the extraordinary. . Awe Inspiring undiscovered you. . So Brandt welcome to the show. . Thanks John Great to be back. . I have to tell you missed a huge huge opportunity in the title I know what? ? You're going to see a work on the you're. GonNa . say I should have said you with an e w well. . Inspiring. . would be amazing. . In fact, , I only your L. now if you want, , I got it today. . I love it. . I thought about it and I'm like. . Laugh me just straight out of the conference center if I come here with the how she how much she pun can somebody. . You know another thing I thought as I was reading your your bio award winning musician I wonder how many? ? Of these speakers authors our. . Music, , I mean you did it professionally but music oriented or songwriters or I bet you, , it's I. . We were talked before I started recording I was talking to Henry he's actually songwriter and he said <hes> in his in his comments. . He said, , you know the older I get the less I need to know and I was like. . country. . Song right there. . True. . I'll tell you it was the hardest honestly the hardest shift. . For me was was moving from writing songs to writing books because when you're writing songs. . You know if you've got ten words in can say it in five you say in five and with a book, , it's like if you can say intense say in twelve and make it make it a little more descriptive. . It was top out for me. . Yeah. . So. . Let's get right to the hardest part I. . Think about this book is the you claim we've been lied to about purpose. . I believe that the biggest lie we've been told about purpose is that it's something we find in. So . many of us have spent decades. . On this Indiana Jones like quest searching for our crystal skull and purpose and. . It just is not true purposes. . Something we choose and the question is, , how do you make the right choice? ? and. . That's really what this book is about. . It helps you get started by choosing purpose in alignment with the things that matter most to you. . Does away put more responsibility or accountability on. . US. . Like can't find my purpose I don't know what I'm supposed to do in life. . That's like you gate on that for a few years ago. . Yes. . Idea that if I have to accept it I get to choose it will then on not. . In the net SORTA harder. . Well I mean you know at least in my experience, , it's a fraction of a fraction of a percentage of people who have done the work to discover what they're non negotiable czar and can tell me what their lives purposes in one or two sink sentences and so. . because. . Of that, I'm , very busy man. . Thank God but <hes> but the truth is most of us are weighing it and and we've been successful winging yet. . So why would we want to actually do some really hard work to see what's possible when we're comfortable where we are? ? Well and I would suggest by the way I I made a note here that I I loved your explaining of where the term winging. . Comes from I was not familiar with that <hes> people waiting in the wings you know getting their lines actually to sub for somebody. . In the wings. . That make sense <laughter>. . That's exactly right and that's how we've sort of adopted our lives. . Now it's like I'm just GONNA I'M GONNA sit over here in the wings and when something's thrown at me I'll do the best I can in the moment but we don't actually learn our part well enough to not be looking at the words but what if it seems like we are I mean like you know I don't think people go yeah I'm just GonNa wing it for a while I, , mean I think The. . Best. . I can you know I'm getting along here this seems like a good place to be right now I mean. . How do you I mean where do you get the leverage then decided? ? Started I'm going to change I'm being intentional John. . The way that I try to describe it, , the people is being intentional is putting a destination in your gps that's being intentional. . But knowing every turn, , you're going to make between here and reaching your destination while that's acting with liberty intention, , and there is a monumental difference between those two things. . Can come back to that. . But first I want you to explain to me why black sheep Obviously the title in you're talking about these being your core values there's a lot of negative associate with black sheep so Help me reconcile young couple hundred years worth of demonization why not put that in the tide I was forty seven years old when somebody finally explained to me the actual reason why black sheep or not valued like the rest of the flock by farmers and when I found out the truth I was so incredibly shocked that I had I have lived forty seven years without knowing this that it led me sort of down this path which led to the book, , and so the reason that black sheep or not valued like the rest of the flock is because of black sheep's wool cannot be died. . So in effect, , every black sheep is on hundred percent authentically original and when I heard that I'm like that's that's my whole life goal is to just be the hundred percent authentic original that I was I was created to be and so when I when I sort of started to to think about it I said you know we actually all have the. . Surf, , five or six. . Deeply held personal core values that have been developed over the course of our lives that outside of a catastrophic event in your life, , they rarely change. . They are like that black sheep's wool. . They are the things that no matter how much someone wants to try to twist you change you. . You simply will not be moved in and that sort of the premise of discovering your flock of five black sheep values. .

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How to Be a Better You

Duct Tape Marketing

06:33 min | 3 months ago

How to Be a Better You

"Hello and welcome to another episode of the duct tape marketing podcast. This is John Chance. My guest today is Brandt menswear. He's an inspirational Speaker Award winning musician and author of a book. We're going to talk about today called black sheep unleash the extraordinary. Awe Inspiring undiscovered you. So Brandt welcome to the show. Thanks John Great to be back. I have to tell you missed a huge huge opportunity in the title I know what? You're going to see a work on the you're. GonNa say I should have said you with an e w well. Inspiring. would be amazing. In fact, I only your L. now if you want, I got it today. I love it. I thought about it and I'm like. Laugh me just straight out of the conference center if I come here with the how she how much she pun can somebody. You know another thing I thought as I was reading your your bio award winning musician I wonder how many? Of these speakers authors our. Music, I mean you did it professionally but music oriented or songwriters or I bet you, it's I. We were talked before I started recording I was talking to Henry he's actually songwriter and he said in his in his comments. He said, you know the older I get the less I need to know and I was like. country. Song right there. True. I'll tell you it was the hardest honestly the hardest shift. For me was was moving from writing songs to writing books because when you're writing songs. You know if you've got ten words in can say it in five you say in five and with a book, it's like if you can say intense say in twelve and make it make it a little more descriptive. It was top out for me. Yeah. So. Let's get right to the hardest part I. Think about this book is the you claim we've been lied to about purpose. I believe that the biggest lie we've been told about purpose is that it's something we find in. So many of us have spent decades. On this Indiana Jones like quest searching for our crystal skull and purpose and. It just is not true purposes. Something we choose and the question is, how do you make the right choice? and. That's really what this book is about. It helps you get started by choosing purpose in alignment with the things that matter most to you. Does away put more responsibility or accountability on. US. Like can't find my purpose I don't know what I'm supposed to do in life. That's like you gate on that for a few years ago. Yes. Idea that if I have to accept it I get to choose it will then on not. In the net SORTA harder. Well I mean you know at least in my experience, it's a fraction of a fraction of a percentage of people who have done the work to discover what they're non negotiable czar and can tell me what their lives purposes in one or two sink sentences and so. because. Of that, I'm very busy man. Thank God but but the truth is most of us are weighing it and and we've been successful winging yet. So why would we want to actually do some really hard work to see what's possible when we're comfortable where we are? Well and I would suggest by the way I I made a note here that I I loved your explaining of where the term winging. Comes from I was not familiar with that people waiting in the wings you know getting their lines actually to sub for somebody. In the wings. That make sense That's exactly right and that's how we've sort of adopted our lives. Now it's like I'm just GONNA I'M GONNA sit over here in the wings and when something's thrown at me I'll do the best I can in the moment but we don't actually learn our part well enough to not be looking at the words but what if it seems like we are I mean like you know I don't think people go yeah I'm just GonNa wing it for a while I, mean I think The. Best. I can you know I'm getting along here this seems like a good place to be right now I mean. How do you I mean where do you get the leverage then decided? Started I'm going to change I'm being intentional John. The way that I try to describe it, the people is being intentional is putting a destination in your gps that's being intentional. But knowing every turn, you're going to make between here and reaching your destination while that's acting with liberty intention, and there is a monumental difference between those two things. Can come back to that. But first I want you to explain to me why black sheep Obviously the title in you're talking about these being your core values there's a lot of negative associate with black sheep so Help me reconcile young couple hundred years worth of demonization why not put that in the tide I was forty seven years old when somebody finally explained to me the actual reason why black sheep or not valued like the rest of the flock by farmers and when I found out the truth I was so incredibly shocked that I had I have lived forty seven years without knowing this that it led me sort of down this path which led to the book, and so the reason that black sheep or not valued like the rest of the flock is because of black sheep's wool cannot be died. So in effect, every black sheep is on hundred percent authentically original and when I heard that I'm like that's that's my whole life goal is to just be the hundred percent authentic original that I was I was created to be and so when I when I sort of started to to think about it I said you know we actually all have the. Surf, five or six. Deeply held personal core values that have been developed over the course of our lives that outside of a catastrophic event in your life, they rarely change. They are like that black sheep's wool. They are the things that no matter how much someone wants to try to twist you change you. You simply will not be moved in and that sort of the premise of discovering your flock of five black sheep values.

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"john great" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:31 min | 4 months ago

"john great" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"The president has picked Supreme Court number two. The Senate has a vote on it. There isn't a third option where you have you have to have some sort of confirmation hearing. You really just have to have a vote. So I would like to see Mitch McConnell just come straight out and say, Look, what's up and down. This is a picture of presidential pick. Well, that is just hold a pony show where they're, you know, They're just going to attack this course in like a vicious pack of dogs. And you know why I put somebody through that. Why put somebody through? That is about is about right. And that's a question that's being raised John Great points and what was the lm belligerent leftist mob? I like that. I hadn't even heard that That's very good. I wrote it down, belligerent left his mob. Michael is take a Let's take a break here, John. Great calls were all very word in the belligerent leftist mob is also on Capitol Hill. And there is some discussion. It's being tossed out there. I don't know if McConnell would go for it where there would be no hearing switch are really just bad TV and get the left. Get to show what miscreants they are, and they smear and slander people and try to make people cry and destroy their families and Ruin them and bankrupt them because the Democrats are greedy for power. They have a horrible lust for power, and they're extremely corrupt people on that. That's a potent combination when they already have a great deal of power to abuse. John. Thank you for the call. This election is a.

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"john great" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"john great" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Sam Cisco Giant. I don't believe that You have bad luck in sports. And for some reason, John Great as a pitcher has experienced that love this year, not bad pitching. The ball's dropping into some weird areas of the field when he is on the plate s O. I'm going to take the Colorado Rockies when is saying this is two teams that have almost identical records? 11.5 years to men. So I'm going to say John Gray actually breaks out of this little trance that he's been in, and he'll get back to pitching really, really good. Give me the Rockies and the under under interesting. I am a little bit surprised that we let that nuggets game drop all the way down the A rod. I'll take it. I mean, that is I was already I was already on the Dodger game and crooked, no actual Dodgers, but he was going to drive me. I had not a game. You guys gonna go end A and NHL So I was ready to pick that Dodgers game went first. And it is the fact of the matter as much as we'd like to say the Nuggets are gonna win tonight. It would not be shocking. If the Jazz won it. It would be because of how they play on defense. In this last game, the Nuggets played awesome defensively, It's not even a memory. Me and me. Um, you know, Like I said, there's something going on with with the Colorado ABS. There's something going on with the Nuggets. Right now. It's time for the Colorado Rockies to turn it around, man. They need to really turn it around because they got.

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"john great" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

Christy Wright's Business Boutique

05:57 min | 8 months ago

"john great" Discussed on Christy Wright's Business Boutique

"All that kind of Steph. There's a plan there. There's a plan we're going to see each other at eight PM. There's a plan the same and those friendships grow the same. Is True The Lord? If you will get a place in a plan that relationship, Bro Yeah. I love that because it really does. I think it takes the pressure off to feel like well I've felt this. Being vulnerable with. I'm a good Christian I should be able to dig it myself. It's like. Let's just google. The Gospels or she reads truth. We've had her on our show like just have something to guide you just like I would expect someone to guide me to. Study the Bible before Google. I remember that verse for Middle. School? It's something about peace, and then you like Google the. Oh John Great, and then he find it up. They were just better Bible, scholars. Yeah I, use Google all the time to help me find a plan and help me find what I'm looking forward to answer the questions I. Have One of the things you said this morning you did or devotional this morning, but one of the things that you said was you know God is not an eight ball or genie? We all know yeah, but and there are real results when you have disciplined there's real results. There's real fruit in your life when you make your relationship with God I and I have gone through seasons. Seasons where I have felt that and seeing that and seeing that come out in my life and seasons where I didn't and there's real consequences there talked to us. About what are some of the results are some of the real fruit UC? Win are actively, and it's not earning God's love. We know that it's not I'm going to read the Bible to earn God's love, but there's an actual byproduct of spending time with God. We talked to us about what that is funny as you and I remain. Gottschalk the center we yet. Without microphones. I what I have experienced in the last year probably. Is is the more I know. God the more sure I am of me, and the more I know loved I know it is fascinating. It's been a fascinating trade. I almost feel like I'm watching a movie of someone else's life when I'm watching some of the transformations and me well then the longer I dig into scripture in the more I prioritize, and make that even a firmer foundation. The more I am sure that he made me and so then you walk into. Will. You aren't GonNa reject me because Y'all camera may I don't reject me and God. Don't reject. Me Colorado. Changes. Changes everything you're.

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"john great" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

05:06 min | 11 months ago

"john great" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"For rush on America's number one radio show from change all of a century only let's go to John in Kentucky he's he's being cryptic about where he is in Kentucky but we we we have family certainly knows what state seasons so that puts him ahead of Joe Biden Hey John great to have you with us on the show Hey mark great speak with you so the events of the last several days a push by deed from basically out to pasture to leader of the pack and it certainly wasn't a series of random events that brought about this perfect storm just accidentally hurt Bernie when I was a well orchestrated plan by the establishment my question is who specifically is determining the plants in that drive so they have to be at the helm is it a bomb one the Wall Street CEOs when the media mogul's someone's in charge I'm just curious you might think that would be would right now if only because I think of his comparative saw it well let's put it this way this to sort of forces of people nowadays the Obama people and that is the Clinton and the Clinton people are not terribly popular at the party and you notice that Hillary has been desperately trying to insert herself into the national conversation every twenty minutes she's releasing a book she's making a documentary she's giving it an interview saying I'm still here I'm still here I'm still here look at me so that tells me that she is not in other words if this whole plots were designed to as suddenly announced in a three months time but it's going to be buying done with Hillary and as the vice presidential pick ready to take over if he goes completely bananas I don't think she'd be desperately trying to insert himself in the national conversation every ten minutes so the natural conclusion from Matt Jones is it's the it's basically the Obama people who have decided after because they've been super quiet and I think they're the ones generally speaking who made everyone fall in line and go with Joe that's my favorite John yeah I like the preset that is this you know we talk so much in general about the establishment and somebody all these things that happened somebody's got to be in control and I I take your point the thing is there is a such a thing as quote unquote the and stab placement that moves like a kind of giant blob the actor and does things just sort of like some quiet giant great to have heard of insects swarming across the beach but as you say this is not been what's happened here what we've had is actually a beautifully choreographed I thing I compared it when I was on with I wanna make Daniel yesterday to Radio City Music Hall novel cat's financial plans a lot more difficult than just standing there and kicking no disrespect to twenty one cats who are listening this is been beautifully choreographed the the order in which they fell out of the race the order in which they announced they were endorsing Biden right down to the final humiliation of Bloomberg his withdrawal and then the withdrawal of the woman who destroyed him this is so spectacularly well call record crossed that that they were there actually are a handful of individuals who are responsible for it and I would say you're going to be looking at Obama type since John thanks so much for your insight that so it's been very helpful hi I I'd like to think I was wrong about these things the thing is Joe Biden as always called unlocking and so no one has had a run a lot like he's had in in the last five days or so it's been it's been spectacular and it isn't normal it isn't new home all and rona McDaniel was quite right about that the that's a good question really at this stage is Bernie has been such a Patsy such a pushover such a pansy that at some point you have to think well maybe that guys in on it too much sun for rush looks small straight ahead you're listening to the EIB network Rush Limbaugh talk radio six A. V. W. C. B. S. Hey folks taking care your property never easy it's tough so you need to make him run the official tractor of tough tractors have to be tough to be the world's number one selling farm tractor in your tough to your mall past years U. haul hay bales you still make it to the supper table in time for evening prayer now that's tough sounds like you have a lot in common with Mahindra.

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"john great" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"john great" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Can people might cost along and think that this collusion stuff was generous to politics as usual it's just the two parties going after each of another to see here Democrats tried they failed Republicans will try next if there are any indictments. I was speaking about this with Victor Davis Hanson Sundays eight yeah there are in that's why so many people were disappointed at home he's getting away Scot free. if there are indictments of the people that ran this co struck strokes mark Lisa page the next get fox you can't you can't hide an indictment that is an official charge of criminal behavior by the department of justice that's not a political accusation made by one politician against another and Conrad thanks there are going to be indictments in the yeah there are. then he is going to be a more right than he knows so he is confident that that the Attorney General William bars investigator is going to dig up well folks. there are already indictable offenses held up the the the charade they ran of the FISA court lying to the FISA court about evidence that they never had to get warrants to sponsor their efforts to plant imbedded spies in the trump campaign there's clearly illegal indictable actions that have taken place here. the real question is whether it's Bill bar or anybody else will official Washington indict itself. rowly establishment actually indict and this is what Conrad is confident that bar will will say here's job go back to the phones as you know I as program hosts take many risks. ring the busy broadcast day and they continue it wouldn't be life without them this is Joe in Fairfield Connecticut John great to have you on the program hello. good day rush I'd like to extend the theory as to why it potential incumbent Republican candidates in the running and I will wait wait wait wait let me be specific retiring it's yeah they're not running retiring. thank you it's big it's Q. U. I. T. T. I N. G. they are quickly. okay so yeah I think winning. well if we were just the potential of a black male we're would come from it would come from social media is there a connection between who will it may be a connection to China that controls a lot of this could they get that information and research information from those sources and why if the Republicans try that they might not have that advantage because they don't have that the connection was did he have a your connection to the previous White House then we have a room in the west when I go somewhere. what what what what what what women who is Schmidt did not have any previous world gold derby leader over Google Google okay okay so you're you're well what we're we're not unfortunately here advancing the ball you're just saying that you're you're you're citing sources where the black male is coming from go well as a one ever it's the Democrats in a bit of Democrats running Google the Democrats run Facebook. yes it is it something that there may be other reasons for it I mean I I think there's a magnet connection I do think there are some Republicans that don't. believe in the trump agenda that can look there's a whole host of reasons why it's just struck me that seems like every week there's another Republican retiring and I don't hear about Democrats quitting. so I began I began to think why it is when you look at Texas in the map and you see those counties on the border to Mexico is beginning to turn stages of of blow let me let me try. let's see I give me one one three this is James and Shipley Florida James I'm glad your call welcome to the EIB network hello yes what is not about the topic I have an answer to your question it is. the threat of violence violent coercion from the left you've got Steve Scalise me in stock for wearing a red shirt to baseball practice you got Sarah Huckabee Sanders me and run at a restaurant called the nineties in part of our family you've got people whining about bottomless recalled how Shelton correct that the windows you've got hooting Castro Doxie Republican donors in Texas. I think that a lot of people especially tense Republican representative tend to come from lucrative field in the problem sector saying why would I go into politics with the deck I think that there is something to this. and this I had not considered this before I looked up the summary of what you wanted to talk about but James thanks very much so I'm I'm I'm on a wild I want to expand on this and tell you a personal story you know one of my big bugaboo is that I've shared with me over the course of many broadcast years has been the laziness or the intransigence or the. lack of desire to really mix it up with Democrats by suppose it rhinos. who have thought whatever I would talk to them and warn them that this kind of stuff was coming would pull port that rush crazy this stuff is never gonna abortion after the baby's born is never going to happen well here we are. and there's been a sizeable contingent of the Republican Party that's made up. of people who've never wanted to mix it up with the left. and that they fought anybody who does want to mix it up with the let me get down into the mud with the Democrats an accent a political fight well no no that's been need does not call for instance is not where we are. either way this manifested itself in many years I know a lot of these people design a powerful influential member of the media in a lot of people out of people one all meet run into places they come up to me I can't tell you. well I have taught I can't count the number of of people. have chided me over twenty years rush you gotta get these Republicans a stop talking about abortion young god we're gonna get creamed my wife won't stop nagging me about it you gotta shut up about yourself when you got to get these people wait why. because we're a little worse under the Democrats were using what personal were not. you don't really know what's going on here do you have no concern over what is happening here one point three million of these a year do you have no concern about the impact of this on our culture on our morality is what my wife does not nagging me about to stop it we're losing they have not wanted. go anywhere near and they've and may view every time the Republicans lost an election they came to be seen hanging you see that's why you're losing us you're losing your dealer because abortion rumored and this is what this was all through the nineties and into the two thousands. well those people are still there there's just something new they say instead of abortion or what it is. I wish you would stop tweeting I'm tired of tweets trump that we think may I can't defend company starts really yeah we should stop attacking it's amazing to me fox. the same crowd that wanted nothing to do with abortion as Republicans and they became rhinos they became. hi Adam Scholl surely liberal and draw economically concert that's the way they describe themselves because they get the the public test in polite society you could not be pro life if you were you were a hayseed southerner heck yeah a pick up truck and a shot gun in a gun rack in the back window and they didn't want to be thought of that way so they. and it was my contention that that's losing the take that attitude deceive that issued of Democrats is to lose the foundational inning of the Republican Party or the conservative movement I kept telling that this as it is going to be a price to pay for you not willing. they get up to speed on this I wore here now. so now this guy calls got a good point there's Republicans are afraid Russian twenty said Stacey Serra Sanders get heckled out of a restaurant they're afraid. they say Betsy device get heckled out of a restaurant there phrases goalies get shot at baseball but now that's something to be afraid of Democrats run around shooting people. but all of these are dancing efforts legally in Castro making public all of the trump donors and outings some of his own by the way. callers theory is that these people and some of them are like the V. they're scared they don't want to fight anybody over anything that day which means they're not committed to any of these issues really if you're not willing to fight for that we have not committed to them. I think this is partly what's happened the same crowd that been telling me to shut up about abortion they get ever to give the Republican Party to draw I can't what did I would go to a football game in Pittsburgh ever going to play golf somewhere it would never fail yeah get the Republicans desktop clock and or shouldn't rush I even have one what are you gonna do about the questions rush what are you gonna tell you the questions right we're never going to win and this is fifteen twenty years ago well here we are now so that the Democrats are able to intimidate people into quitting elective office because they might be heckled in a restaurant or worse there may be something to it ever talk about people having the willing to. fight for what they believe in that could be a partial explanation look just saw the clock here well I've been looking at is totally just registered I'm gone long a little brief time out plus a couple betas of downloaded after the storm so we'll be back after doing all of that right.

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"john great" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:43 min | 2 years ago

"john great" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome back to the show is me and brain Rulli, and here is a review brain will be at at the bookseller, Chicago, one of the midwest, great independent bookstores in the heart of Lincoln Square Tuesday night with Jonathan a frequent guest on this show wrote the among many books, his latest that make -nificant I think definitive definitive biography of Mohammed Ali a difficult man to catch and John caught him and got him and put him on the page, and there's a big surprise in the heart and the paperback edition, brain Johns. Great friend, we'll take full responsibility that when you go to the bookseller at seven o'clock Tuesday night, you have drinks at the books. It that's one of the things like, oh, it's a great place. And it's a great store. He will be it is a great great story. Brian will be after that in Arizona sitting in a bookstore with the bestselling author. Michael Conley who has sold millions of I'm gonna try to give him a little boost. Yes. I. Over the seventy five million. Mark, you're such an altruistic such an altruistic. It in in. What is this from publishers weekly? No in the Republic. There's a piece today you can get it online, just Google Brian girly and Michael comedy, just Google Brian girly. The writer of this piece Roberts and England who I think is going to be interviewing Jesse guys. He writes, this about bleak harbor it defies classification making it easier to define it by what it is not. It is not a detective thriller, nor is it a mystery police procedural revenge. Francia chase story yet girly somehow combines elements from all these genres to drive a propulsed neighborhood about small time time small town drama and big city crime the book, he says pivots on the kidnapping of a fifteen year old in what distinguishes this book for me and distinguishes it from the starvation lake trilogy, which I enjoyed tremendously is there are so many interesting and screwed up characters in this book. There are deep dark secrets. Almost everybody in this book. Even I think the reporter for the small paper who eventually winds up running for the Tribune does she not right at the very end. These are not nice people most of them, Brian. Actually, I think. Damage they're flawed. Yeah. Deck doesn't mean. They're not nice people. I think if you met Pete Peters who is the boy was kidnapped. Danny's step that up down. You'd like Pete. His mom care. You would like Kerry if those attitudes sitting on the porch that I read to right? Yeah. I would like them if you met them, especially Pete Pete's just to you know, he's a screw up guy. Certainly Michelle Higgins, who's the reporter the reporter who appeared. I like all reportedly I guess a couple I didn't like that much. That's a for a longer. Michelle Higgins, appears briefly in two of the starvation lake books, and now she's more fleshed out, and I love Michelle. Yeah. These are they're nice people. They're good people. But they are they flawed. Yeah. Like all of us except present company excepted, and you know, it's online you'll you'll see people say unlikeable character. And I told my wife, this is the t shirt, you should get me for this book. She gets me a t shirts for my book for everyone. She finds a really bad quote from her review random suspension trash. That's a great t shirt. I have and unlikeable character should be the t shirt, I have from this because you know, in the mystery Shawna, this is not a cozy. If if if you want a bunch of happy people, don't like heavy people. It's like. I don't find them. Very interesting. I liked I drink beer with them. Even you're right. But the point is the point in this book is flawed. People are more interesting. They may not be nice. They may have nice moments. But they absolutely people with secrets are more interesting than people who, you know. You know? Santa clubs a store. Santa claus. Who has some deep dark secret is much more interesting to me than the store Santa Claus. Who is nothing, but was an uncle Donald Trump's away. More interesting to Barack Obama. Do you like it or not? I'm not that's not a political statement way. More interesting. This must have been. I mean, it did take you for years to right? Yeah. I took me for that. She didn't have a publisher. And all that. But I was lazy. But you must have you've created and start in in bleak harbor of very interesting. I don't think it gets to you. It's near the end research to tell the history of this. Of this Joseph Esteve's who came there from Boston in eighteen sixty eight to found this town in the the matriarch in the book, who is the grandmother. Let's tell people what it's about at the beginning. A fifteen almost sixty. There's a hard book to talk about without giving too much away. Dan. Danny Peters is fifteen years old. He's gonna turn sixteen. Yes. He gets kidnapped. He's autistic. He's autistic. He's a special kid. Yeah. And he's not a cuddly disabled kid like in many in in a special needs kid like in a lot of novel sees Danny's little shit. Yeah. And. And he's smart and he's obsessed for certain things. Greg dragonflies is one of them and the cubs. He loves cubs. And Danny is born into a family of of great wealth the bleak. They came to this to this town. Came to south western Michigan in the eighteen sixties and Joseph ESTES bleak. Dug out a swamp and build a timber mill. And then a steel mill and a newspaper in the, you know, he's one of the great entrepreneurs of that time, you know, there's all those tests. Sure, sure, I'm doing I'm writing working on a story right now that involves Aurora Aurora Illinois, a suburb, western Chicago, and I was reading same guy just affect the guy's name is Joseph. No if some other name, but yeah, it is found in Iran. He said I'm going there. And I'm going to build a town. And he did he built this town on the river there. And so, you know, and as often happens the later generations this. Yeah. They screw it all these skirt all up. Yeah. That is as often happens, and is usually and Danny is left there too. Suffer a hint. Deal. One of the one of the interests of one of these sort of repulsive elements of the book are it's not overdone at all are. Text messages that pepper that pepper the action some of them. I think you get get serve increasingly disturbing. You have until the end of the week, then I'll be at your door v day between us for now. And then even after the kidnapping the kidnapper asks for a very odd number, and then he upset number by two million dollars later on when you realize might as well because he knows that both parents are having their own particular aside from the kidnapping you can talk about that. Pete runs of marijuana dispensary in Michigan. Pizza pizza. Former grains trader. A lot of traders. He was a traitor in Chicago. And you know, he was good. And then he wasn't that good. And so he ends up putting his money into. A medical marijuana open to practice and bleak harbor thinks this is going to be easy. It's not that easy. It's like any business. It's a hard business. I've actually written about this for business leisure. Sure difficult business, and he ends up trying to find easy ways to fix things and that gets into can't tell he can't tell Kerry his wife can't tell her about it because she didn't want to come to bleak harbor to do this in the first place and carries got her own issues carries got rolling will carries. A fascinating again. Nice. The nice is a word that we should never mentioned again on the show, but carries got her own problems with a with a boss of hers who is who is doing the sweets add things and to think of this idea back, right, right? What happens if Kerry and her boss, but then she no long before does some things about her boss. Her boss would not like more people. He's a logistics guy. There are many of these a lot of logistics firms in Chicago. And he's a he's a he's a big time logistics guy in Chicago, and he's supposed to be moving drains widgets. And he's moving some other stuff that carry happens to find out about. Yeah. Pete gets involved in some mugs, the classic unsavory. Carried another word. I hate unsavory. But when you're do a nice word for. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. Due plots these or or do you do loosely plant them? It seems to me there is such a a strong narrative drive to this book that certain parts of it seemed to and I'm not trying to assume the way you write, but some parts of it are so forceful that I think that if it was planted on your taking little notes about characters that it would not be so forceful. Well. Short answer. Rick is I don't outline or plot. Yup. I sorta no it's going to happen. And then I let it go. And then as I'm going. You know, I'm writing the next book. Now, let's also and carbon. So I'll get so far along, and I start to make notes about what I have to change earlier to accommodate what I'm gonna do next. And then there are characters who I don't know are going to be important. And then they become important. So there's one in bleak harbor. His name is courts. Q U A RT's like the multifaceted stone stone and courts was was supposed to be in the book for approximately two pages one scene with his boss. Randall pressman, who's the logistics guy? We talked about a minute ago. And but then he gets there, and I'm like, well, I have to know little bit about the guy. What's his history? And then I figure out his history. And I'm like, okay. Well, we're going to put them in one more CNN next thing, you know, court major character. Oh, no. I doubt if he's Marcus Saiki, my friend goes why don't you make the whole book about courts? I'm like, dude, I'm done. But the book I'm not rewrite the book bring him in this next. Four years now. Right. It's quite an accomplished. We gotta take another commercial break. The book is bleak harbor the website, which will give you all of Brian's working on his schedule of events and all sorts of other things is Brian B R Y A N G R U L E, Y dot com. Do check out that website. I can't buy the long-sleeved t-shirts there. But somewhere I'm gonna find an old survey Shanley t-shirt that I might even get a bleak harbor t shirt. Yeah. Book books now. Ladies and gentlemen, is all promotion Gillian Flynn, whose movie widows is out right now says that this book is an electric bolt.

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"john great" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

12:13 min | 2 years ago

"john great" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Midwest, John great to talk with you tonight, sir. How are you? Great, alex. How are you? Excited for this big road trip coming up. Yeah. I'm personally, you know, I'm from the Ottawa area, which is only a couple of hours from Montreal. And you know, I think anytime you go to Canada, whether it's much raw or Toronto or wherever you're just a great feeling in the city and the the games are exciting. And there's a great atmosphere in the arena. So yeah, I always enjoy those in terms of the Canadian trips Joe, which city is your favorite to go to. You know, probably Montreal are being Coomer Montreal because of the tradition in that city. You know that teams won twenty four cups. They have great restaurants. My cover is so beautiful. You know, the mountains on one side in the Pacific on the other. And the weather's usually good. So I'd say those are my two favorite Canadian. We'll now you've now you've intrigued me now I gotta find a way to get to Vancouver. And check that one out, but John let's deal. Let's dig into it. Because obviously not a not a fun start to the season for the blues. It is early which I know sounds cliche. But for you, what's your concern level right now from one to ten ten being the most concerned. I would say, you know, four or five. You know, I I felt like everybody else Alex with the additions a team made that this would be a a really good hockey club. And a team that I thought could contend for the central division. You know, that doesn't mean after five games, they opiate good team at can't content. You know, one win in five games. Just doesn't cut it as we know. So it's obviously been a slow start. And you know, the biggest thing for me. There's really two areas. The team just not seem in sync right now, you know, whether it's the defensive pairings or the defense playing together with the forwards of a line, they seem out of sync. And you know, that's obviously a bit understandable considering they have seven new forwards in the end of last year, and they have three rookies in the lineup upfront and the other thing is they need to compete harder play better. And you know, I think the winning goal last night. Alex is is probably a prime example at the end of a power play. And portray Angelo loses a park battle. He get a chance to cleared any he sort of you know, the punctured a win over a stick on the board. Then cog Leon was wide open in front and get you know, a couple of wack did rebound. So you lose a puck battle. Then you're not hard enough on the opposition in front of your goal. And and that's the difference in the hockey game last night as they went three two two. So I'd say those are the areas that the blues need to shore up rather quickly. Are you surprised by the amount of turnovers we've seen John? And I mean, you mentioned portraying jlo's, but you'll Edmonson had a tough one that resulted in a goal last night. And even the Pat maroon one that he owned up to after the loss to the Chicago Blackhawks, but kind of surprising to see how difficult this team is struggling to control the puck. Yeah. I would I would have to say that. I am surprised. And I think it's fair to say, Alex that you know, the team is off to a poor start in that area. And you know, if you look at the success the bluest of had, and you know, they had made the playoffs for six straight years. So last year. I mean it started with good defensive playing good goal. And you know, right now, you know, Jake, obviously was fantastic on on Saturday in Chicago. And and in chat played a solid game. Last night. You know, the goaltending has been fine. And as I said Jake was the number one to her on the weekend. But defensively we haven't seen these type of eyars. You know over a four or five game stretch, really quite honestly for the last four or five years six years. So it started new to me to watch this and again part of you chalk it up to the new players in some of the young players. But you know, what as I said, you just sometimes you have to compete harder and harder to play against, and you know, that you can control. And and I think right now the blues need to get back to that kind of work ethic in the road zone. Does it feel like they're just playing too safe? John. I mean, Mike yo made a comment last night postgame talking about there are moments that look great. But then overall it seems that the team just kind of takes a back seat to the opposition which is surprising because last night's game. You know, even when they gave up the tying goal to the Anaheim ducks. There was still so much time in the game. But it just felt like they weren't pushing like we've seen them do. Yeah. I mean, we mentioned that during the intervention on Fox Sports midwest. You know, even though you have a one goal lead. You've gotta play on your toes. Try to build on that lead. I don't think they really sat back in the third period. But at the same time, they didn't go with a full court practice. You know, obviously, you don't need to take crazy chance that you're not down through three goals, but they didn't apply enough pressure and play with the park and off in the offensive zone. And when you play with the puck in your own zone or don't play with it. And you know, bad things can happen in the ducks made a great play on the on the tying goal a great tip from the slot. And then as we said they took that top penalty late scores. So. You know, I don't know if it was playing too safe. But all I do know is if you put more pressure on the opposition, and again in the offensive end, then you know, those bad things aren't going to happen to you like they did last night. Again, we're talking with John Kelly, the voice of the blues on the television side along with Darren paying Fox Sports midwest here on the Dave Sinclair, Lincoln and Ford sports open line, John. What do you feel like is going into the defenses struggle because no new guys out there other than Jordan schmaltz, but he was a part of this team last year for a few weeks in really a couple of months. I guess so so what what's going into this struggle? You feel? That's a great question. Because as you said, you know, they have a pretty new group upfront, but they have the same seven defensemen that they had from last year. There's not one new player, you know, even schmaltz has been in the organization for a number of years. So. I don't know. I've been missed the first two games. And you know, now that he's back. You can see what a difference. He's make he's been. He's been really good. But the Tranquillo is off to a tough start Bom easter's off to a stop start. And you know, done was bench for a couple of games. So you know, I don't wanna point a finger at one guy. I don't think you should ever do that win or lose the team game. But that that group of defense needs to play better. And you know, part of it is in in the five games. They're giving up way too many great chances you mentioned where the give away the other night. I mean, sometimes they're hanging their defense out to dry and their odd-man Russia's or three on twos and things like that. So it it's not just the seventy. But as a group that that that's seven quite better. You know, what's so funny? John we talk about chemistry and trying to find that. Right. Mix on the ice with all of these new faces. But when you look at the point totals right now five games in you got fourteen points of the forty one scored by the blues this season fourteen of them coming from those new faces so they're jumping into play. And they're they're being a part of the offense. It's just not consistent. Yeah. I think that's probably the word that you could use for the blue is in the first week and a half is inconsistent. Because you know, they had some really good moments, and they quite honestly really should have three win by now they should have won both games against Chicago. The relating both games circuit. And they should have worn last night game. You just don't let lead slip away in the third period. If you want for hope to become a good team. So, you know at the same time, it's a challenge, Alex. You you have as we said you have a lot of new players. You have youngsters and you also have players that have to adapt to new roles. Yeah. I mean when you have a player like like rhino Riley who was the leading ice time getter for buffalo last year. Well, over twenty minutes a game he knows now he's on a team with Shannon and Bosak in a kid like Thomas after middle. Well, there's there's only so much time. So the new players and even the guys that are coming back. They have to accept perhaps new roles and also accept. Different amounts of ice time every night. So that's that's part of a team coming together and in accepting your role. It's a short sample size, John. But but what do you make a Robert Thomas and Jordan Cairo? I thought last night Jordan Cairo popped out to me because of the speed, but because of that Passey made to Jordan schmaltz this kid has wheels. And he's got hands that I think is starting to break through in the NHL. Yeah. Jordan Cairo has has from the first day of training camp van very impressive. And you know, we didn't know what to expect from from either player coming into camp who would be better if they would make the team. One where it gets sent back. You know, obviously Thomas has to go back to junior. He can't go to the American Hockey League. But Cairo has been has been the better of the two. He's a year older though. So, you know, he should be and he's been during the van, and I think he's gonna you know, he's gonna get hot here. And he's gonna you know, pick up in the offense. And and get some goals point. You know, quite honestly Thomas has struggled a little bit. And I think part of it is that you know, he didn't skate all summer, Alex. He had a. I believe was an ankle injury that he got in the memorial Cup and was off the ice for a good part of the summer, and you can sort of sense that every week. He's getting he's getting quicker and he's getting more accustomed to the pace. But there is a big jump from junior hockey to the NHL. I mean, you're talking about going from say a ball or double eight to the to the majors in baseball. You know, it's not just one level. This guy's going up a couple of just like Cairo. So I think right now Thomas is struggling a little bit with you know, the intensity and the pace, but you can see when he has the puck in the offensive zone and has the time he's an extremely smart player. And there's no question that he will be a very good player for the blues. But right now, it's a bit of an adjustment. But again, he's only nineteen years of age. And and you have to be patient these young guy. Yeah. You really do. And you know, it's an adjustment in his role to we've talked with Mike yo about this guy who is used to playing nineteen twenty minutes of ice time in his junior's career. Being the star of his team. And now looking at eight maybe nine minutes of ice time on a fourth line role. Quite honestly, I don't mean to correct you. But but Robert Thomas tolls he played twenty five or thirty minutes to ninety. Yeah. You know, he's half the game. And now as you said he's playing about eight minutes. So it's a really really big change. But more than that again, you're playing against you know, he's playing against seventeen eighteen year olds. And now you're playing against the best players the world. That's that's the biggest change for him. Is you're playing against men in the pace is so fast and everybody is so good. Now. This is going to be a tough road trip three games through Canada. Like we talked started talking about you have Montreal on Wednesday Toronto on Saturday. And then Winnipeg on Monday three teams right now John that early on in the season are playing red hot and specifically Toronto. And Winnipeg who are both an offensive powerhouse right now in the league. Yeah. If you look at the trip it gets harder as you go. And that's why Wednesday's game in Montreal is important because if you lose that game in your, you know, your one win after six, and then you're having to go into Toronto, which as we know what the verison. In Austin Matthews. There is good, you know, up the middle and in Nazem Qadri is their third center. You know, quite is you they're the best team up the middle of the risen, the H L. And Winnipeg as we know they beat the blue zone opening night there a Stanley Cup contender. So the Wednesday game is is really important Montreal team that is a little bit younger this year. They're very fast. I saw their first game. And there are a lot quicker than they have been and they have to play quicker because they're not the biggest team. So that's not going to be, you know, there are no easy games as we know..

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"john great" Discussed on KSRO

KSRO

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"john great" Discussed on KSRO

"Room and the first officers would be there assisting a pilot over the. Internet while they're flying the plane and that's a. Way station to having fully self flying planes that will have no pilots and that is going to absolutely tweak, people out except there's going to be an interim step that's already in prototype and testing and that is single person personal aircraft that will be principally at first for getting around congested metro areas. And there will certainly be no pilot in there you'll just sit down. Punch, where you're going and the personal aircraft will fly you there this is not a, theory this is a real thing so I know this is the kind of change that can absolutely be off putting But, as the technologies perfected we have this awkward teenage phase of the people that. Are either brave enough or crazy enough to be. The beta testers this isn't like testing the, latest IOS or Android operating system is a. Beta this is your life. On the line and I. Want volunteers who's going I John joins us on the Clark Howard show hi John Great thank you John you got a question for me about pre-tax post-tax saving I do. But I I want to thank you for saving me two thousand four hundred. Dollars in one year on my cell, phone Bill really what what change. Did you make that saved you roughly two hundred. A, month.

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"john great" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"john great" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"The driving handles the speed the lane changes And all the driving you just kinda sit there and watch and Cadillac now has a system that the. Auto reviewers love that can drive most divided highways and freeways in the United States by itself and this is going to get to, be more and more common and, ultimately will end up with what the brainiacs, call level five where a car is fully autonomous may not even have a steering wheel and and we'll just drive itself and will reduce the fatality. Rate on roads steadily from the massive numbers of people who die on the road every, year it'll trend, down as the auto fleet turns over over long periods of time as foia autonomous self driving and it's not an, if, it's a win and the wind is gonna happen a lot, quicker than you might think well. Who's really fired up about this is where autopilot came, from and that's, the airline industry And airlines are floating a couple of concepts now one is there only one pilot in the cockpit of, big commercial jets and instead of, having a first officer on the plane that, you'd have people in in like a computer room and the first officers would be there assisting a pilot over the internet while they're flying the plane. And that's a way station to having fully self flying planes that will have no pilots, and that is, going to absolutely tweak people out except there's going to be an interim step that's already in prototype and testing and, that, is single person personal aircraft that will be principally I for, getting around congested metro areas And there will certainly be no pilot in there you'll just sit down punch and where you're going and, the personal aircraft will fire you there this is not a theory this is, a real thing so I, know this is the kind of change that can absolutely be off putting As. The technologies perfected we have this awkward teenage phase. Of, the, people that are either brave enough or crazy enough. To be the beta testers this isn't like testing, the latest IOS or Android operating system is. Beta this is your life. On the line and I. Want volunteers who's going I John joins us on the Clark Howard show hi John Great thank you John you got a question for me about pre-tax post-tax saving I do but I. I want to thank you for saving me.

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"john great" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"john great" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To jake on long island you're on the fan jake good morning richard hello john great to talk about the yankees pitching situation with sonny gray after he of course the terrible but now they're talking about acquiring new pitchers trying to get new pictures like the guy pitching against them tonight jd martinez i mean on my dad anyway i think that's a big mistake and i'll tell you why he's been teaching he's had lots of wins and losses but when you look at his era it's kind of similar into the way that mr gray's has been in the recent with seven days or with an eleven point one see we are a last fourteen seven seventy one like they're seeming to try to get these pitchers who want to hit home runs and they're bringing them to bring them to the yankee stadium a place that all you need to do is sit at the right field not that far and you got one and i don't think that's very smart to do and i know there's a lot of people who've been on your station and i know i'm getting sick of thing that they should try get degrom i know the chances of them getting to grammar about a slight is the warriors not making it to the finals this year but they should try to get people in my that at least have a better then maybe four three or something like that yeah sitting right at four point oh three actually now but the last few years three one eight three five three one eighty five for pittsburgh you know short stint back in two thousand fifteen so he's a veteran guy he's you know he's he's got a track record where they don't expect him to be cy young but they expect him to just be a competent endings eating guy a guy that can give you a chance to win keep you in ballgames until the bullpen takes over in the offense takes over that's that's all they can hope for now they could get an ace without giving up the whole farm system i'm sure they would but it doesn't seem to likely that they're going to be able to get that kind of return sweeney murdy talking yankees.

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100 Years of US Meddling and Regime Change, From Iran to Nicaragua to Hawaii to Cuba

The John Batchelor Show

01:18 min | 2 years ago

100 Years of US Meddling and Regime Change, From Iran to Nicaragua to Hawaii to Cuba

"European union mary a very good evening good morning to you in london the euro reacted very negatively to this news from italy i spoke with a colleague of ours list peak in paris and she said the euro had gone to one on as low as one nine during the day which is very good shopping for an american and i suspect the prices will even get better if they crisis is not solved but can you help me here in new york understand why an italian election for heaven's sakes italy never really forms a government they always talk about it why this hit europe so hard good evening to you good evening john great to be with you d election actually didn't hit italy so hard and neither did the announcement of a potential governing coalition between two populist parties that are very different one drawing from the northern industrial base the league which is for a flat tax larry cudlow of course that one and the five star movement which draws its base from the south and wanted a vast expansion in italy's welfare payments so these two parties came together a couple of weeks ago they said they wanted to govern even though they they're they have a very eurosceptic ideas are very critical brussels you know the markets dipped but they didn't fall off a cliff.

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Los Angeles, Tom Merritt and Patrick Pasia discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:25 min | 2 years ago

Los Angeles, Tom Merritt and Patrick Pasia discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Daily tech news show is powered by its audience not outside organizations to find out more head to daily tech news show dot com slash support this is the daily tech news for tuesday may i twenty eighteen in los angeles i'm tom merritt and from syria phelan them surly unhappy may and i'm patrick pasia sorry to three yeah yeah no i have i have a form for months old wait three three months old how old is my baby i techniques anyway yes our producer roger jiang's here's well roger how are you i'm good i'm keeping an eye out keep an eye out for them apple earnings we'll get them to you as fast as possible but let's start with a few other things you should know whatsapp see you yawn coon says he is leaving facebook in order to quote do things that i enjoy outside of technology sources tell the washington post there's probably more to the story koumas leaving over disputes on how data is handled at the fa developer conference tuesday facebook is telling developer is how it's changing handling data and we're gonna talk about that a little later in the show we wish john great retirement and we have absolutely nothing to say about the conflicts that might have caused his departure except that we deal iran's judiciary has banned the use of telegram of the telegraph messaging app after complaints from citizens and dementia from security organizations ole internet providers in iran must take steps to block two grams website and app as of april thirtieth iran previously banned telegram for used by the government ted graham has an estimated fourteen million users in iran couple earnings reports coming in snapchat reached one hundred ninety one million daily active users that's up from one hundred seventy million but the growth rate was only two point one three percent its lowest ever snapchat lost seventeen cents a share which was a sent more than expected to so not a greater innings report for snap apple was expected to report a earnings per share of two dollars and sixty nine cents it reported two dollars and seventy three cents apple shipped more than fifty two million iphones more than nine million ipads and.

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"john great" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"john great" Discussed on WJR 760

"Give back to the phones durango colorado this is john great to have you sir hoch fellow rushhour utica just find sir appreciate it thank you need to apologize i'm on the tail end of a cold i'm going to sound a little stuffed up in always think people with a cold always sound wonderful on the phone or on a michael on i know my voice as always deeper when i have a cold you sound actually you sound very professional he's very good in order to uh uh talk to you about the susan rice email to herself right yeah and re i wanted to remind everybody remembers the faisal war the first flight as a warrant was issued on october sixteen of 2016 about weeks before the first size in april was rejected and that zia porton to remember the what the first one that was accepted as october you right yeah roy i'd love to shoot at first foot uh it eventually ethic will see a mock but uh sort of the first one was issued october sixteen and then it was renewed 90 days later right before she wrote that uh email to herself and i think since clearly it's a cya email i think they were cya 18 this the first renewal war which was just a few days before she wrote her email and uh i think th uh because hilary lost obviously the first war it had been issued kid was being acted on then they renewed it right before the inauguration i think they just were worried that it was going to uh come down on them and so she she wrote what was going to come down on what well the whole faisal process and the fact that uh they had the team those warrants without proper evidence i mean why did the fbi never ask uh steal who his sources were why did they not they never ask isikoff where he is information the fbi was just flying blind drunk purpose and so they were all.

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"john great" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"john great" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Pierre back to the phones durr ouango colorado this is john great to have you sir hoch hello rush how are you today just find sir appreciate it thank you had to apologise them on the tail end of a coal sean you're sound a little stuffed up it always think people with a cold always sound wonderful on the phone or on him i i know my voice as always deeper when i have a cold you sound actually you sound a very professionals on very good anyway or is it uh uh talk to you about the susan rice email to herself right and re i wanted to remind everybody remember the faisal war the first fighters a warrant was issued on october sixteen of 2016 about two weeks before the first size in april was rejected and that's important to remember the what the first one that was accepted as october you're right yeah roy i'd love to see that first foot uh virtually ethic we'll see a mock but uh so the first one was issued october sixteen and then it was renewed ninety days later right before she wrote that uh email to herself and i take suits clearly it says cya email i think they were cya 18 this the first renewal war which was just a few days before she wrote her email and uh i think th uh because hilary lost obviously the first war it had been issued was being acted on then they renewed it right before the inauguration i think they just were worried that it was going to uh come down on them and so she she wrote wait wait wait worried that what was going to come down on what well the less faisal process and the fact that uh they had obtained those warrants without proper evidence i mean why did the fbi never ask uh steal who his sources were why did they not they never ask isikoff where he got his information the fbi was just flying blind drunk purpose and so they were all in on it and susan rice just decided to write that email look you're on it's not that they didn't ask steal who hiv sources word they didn't seek to corroborate what steal told them they didn't ask to speak to.

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"john great" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"john great" Discussed on WCHS

"On the power under all loan from god give back to the phones durango colorado this is john great to have you sir hoch fellow rush how are you today just find sir appreciate it thank you to apologize i'm on the tail end of a cold so on your show a little stuffed up it always think people with a cold always sound wonderful on the phone or on a michael i know my voice as always deeper when i have a cold you sound actually you sound very professionals on very good anyway is it uh uh talk to you about two susan rice email to herself right and re i wanted to remind differed pledging remember the faisal war the first fight as a warrant was issued on october sixteen the 2016 about two weeks before the first fis warrant in april was rejected and that sia porton to remember the what the first one that was accepted as october you're right yeah right i'd love to see the first court uh virtually ethic will see a walk but uh so the first one was issued october 16th and then it was renewed ninety days later right before she wrote that uh email to herself and high take suits clearly it says cya email i think they were cya aim this the first renewal war which was just a few days before she wrote her email and uh i think th uh because hilary lost obviously the first warrant has been issued kid was being act digital on then they renewed it right before the inauguration i think they just were worried that it was going to uh come down on them and so she she wrote what was going to come down on what uh well below faisal process and the fact that uh they had obtained those warrants without proper evidence i mean why did the fbi never ask uh steal who his sources were why did they not they never ask isikoff where he got his information the fbi was just fly in boiling drug purpose and so they were all.

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"john great" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"john great" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"All loan fraud blog god pierre back to the phones durr ouango colorado this is john great to have you sir hot fellow rush how are you to just find sir appreciate it thank you need to apologize i'm on the tail end of a cold so on your show the little stuffed up it always think people with a cold always sound wonderful on the phone or on a mighty on i know my voice as always deeper when i have a cold these actually you sound very professionally some very good in order to uh uh talk to you about the susan rice email to herself right yeah and re i wanted to remind everybody remember the faisal war the first fighters a warrant was issued on october sixteen of 2016 about two weeks before the first fis warrant in april was rejected and that zia porton to remove the what the first one that was accepted as october you right yeah roy i'd love to shoot at first uh virtually ethic will see a wall but uh so the first one was issued october sixteen and then it was renewed 90 days later right before she wrote that uh email to herself and i think since clearly it says cya email i think they were cya aim this the first renewal war which was just a few days before she wrote her email and uh i think th uh because hilary lost obviously the first warrant had been issued kid was being acted.

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"john great" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"john great" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"But third they seem to be very except in of people's political beliefs unless you're curt schilling although curt schilling got himself and repeated a trouble over there for a number of different instances but there the clearly is a weird doublestandard here high dennis welcome to the program go have sir he paid john great to hear from you a guy you know what uh as everybody else which stated of two thousand seventeen uh get over it i have no all buddy that ever oldest wave it my family i don't care what happened honoring seventy years ago every religion every ray every craig go ahead i know but i don't want to go to uri hey i don't want to go down that alley i'm not talking about the the the comments riyan reparations are talking about charlottesville or any of the southern nonsense at is really of talking about espn it seems very odd to me that they said okay we accept your apology go on the air tonight because we can't find any other african americans to take your place to me if ever it was reverse that would be an odd statement if a white guy was being suspended on wednesday sorry can't use eu curt schilling or anybody else and said okay who's next white guy up that would be a problem but if you believe this particular website i might as well since so the only people that are reportedly better mention them thing progress dot org they say well espn attracted gets mother glad cohost but they stood in solidarity with her and her black kojo's to also when do the show without her it just seems like we should be beyond that thank you dennis crystal lake we have to make way for dennis quaid who's playing the arcata theater two weeks from tomorrow very tells the singer terrific actor obviously skept talked to dennis.

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