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Fresh update on "keith" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

KCBS Radio Weekend News

01:55 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "keith" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News

"This would be a great idea for my flip guys go out and talk to, you know, all the merchants, all the people, especially during the holiday season. Captain chin has been with SFPD for 29 years. He was inspired by the neighbors. I kind of saw this at saint Anthony's. There were security guards riding this. So I go, you know what? This will be great for my foot beat guys 'cause I'm the captain tenderloin. 8 segways will be deployed as part of a pilot program, even though some on the team were reluctant at first, captain chin says they came around. You know, hesitant and then when they trained her like, oh boy, we love this. In San Francisco, Alice works case CBS. California's ski resorts are launching a new digital effort aimed at making the slopes a little bit safer this season. Keith manconi explains how. Earlier this year, there was a major update to the responsibility code that the decades old nationally recognized guide laying out key rules for safe skiing. So while things were getting updated, California ski resorts decided to modernize their own safety sheet. That's the mountain safety guide. The biggest change with the mountain safety guide is that we've taken it a 100% digital. Michael Wright's own, president of the California ski industry association. It used to be a paper document, but now one swipe of a QR code and skiers have access to a new digital guide, chock full of tips, and multimedia explainers. We have all of our safety information from a to Z with all the videos we've created and over the last 5 years as well, all in one place for guests to view. Right so says it's an effort to make safety education as easy as possible. The impact we're hoping for is that people view it and that they take those messages onto the hill with them. Keith manconi, yes. What is happening with Bart this morning, we're going to get you latest on traffic and transit with Ted Raimi coming

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How to Deal with Crowds

Parts Counter Gurus Podcast

03:10 min | 3 d ago

How to Deal with Crowds

"I'm not done with where we left off this conversation about the horn and the challenge and the video that may be coming and potentially some black eyes on me in the next few videos. Oh man, okay. All right, I got you. So back to this Vegas thing, you know, and I can't stop paying attention to this now. Thought I thought of you, Jay over the weekend. In what way? Can you side shot side shot? iPhone situation whereas iPhone got run over and we had to take it to the Apple store now. I think we talked about that previously. So we had an appointment. It's in the mall. We go to the mall, the mall's crazy as can be crazy busy. Okay. And I think the mall traffic is coming back with the kids because of Stranger Things because of what they've done to repopulate it. So the Apple store is downstairs, we come in on the top level, okay? Gotta take the escalator, right? I think I know it's mall, you're going to, yes. Yeah, yeah, right. That one. Top of the escalator circled around the entrance to the escalator. Oh, lord. Completely blocking access to the, let me just reframe this for you. Holiday shopping season has already started. Crazy busy. We're just trying to get to our appointment, circled around the top of the escalator where you have to get on it. Is a family, stopped and completely conversing. In the middle of the road, the elevator was completely blocked. That's just ridiculous. People are just oblivious to what's going on around them. I really think the little air horn thing carrying this air horn in my pocket, if you guys don't know what that was all about. And just tooting it at people from behind. It will startle them, but we have to film this, right? You have to. So I think having side shot with you may give you a little protection. Yeah. You know, could we like throw him under the bus and have him toot the horn? Yeah, if he's, I don't know if he'd be willing to do it. He's super courteous. But I know, but still, man, you know, yeah. Just a little bit funny. And I don't know that you have to be aggressive. I think you just say, excuse me, and you keep moving, right? Yeah, pretty much. I think that's what you have to do. You know, you can apologize, but you never know what that's going to return. I mean, I really want to hear from people on this. Hey guys, please go to your favorite podcasting platform and go find the parts counter gurus. You can even go to our website at parks counter gurus dot com. Hey, can we do a Facebook poll? Is that still a thing? I think it is a thing, you know? We can check into that and maybe we can get stars and awards and all that stuff and they can leave live comments. I mean,

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Dr. Keith Rose's Initial Takeaways From the 2022 Midterms

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:42 min | 4 d ago

Dr. Keith Rose's Initial Takeaways From the 2022 Midterms

"Is your initial take from the midterms? Well, Charlie, I think that the liberals, the Democrats, were very strategic. And the elections that they targeted. I think a lot of us expected something more, but if we really go to a 100,000 feet and look at it, we didn't have control of the media. We didn't have control of the overall narrative. I think more people showed up to vote in these midterms. That's been shown than anything else. But we're not seeing the results of those folks showing up. And I think we need to ask ourselves why. I think there's a ways to explain it. Looking at the different amounts of money that went into the races, but there's also some things that defy any rational explanation, and that's kind of why I sent you that paper. If you were planning it out, it makes a lot more sense to see it written out on down on paper. How you would structure something to make people not or believe their line on it. Yeah, so let's talk about it silent weapons for quiet wars. What is this? It's a paper that was found in 1986 by a defense contractor from General Dynamics. I'm doing some more research on it. And I'm not finished with the yikes. I'm talking to a lot of folks I know on the east coast. But my understanding is it was found in one of those big IBM copiers. You remember the ones that are half the size of your garage that a lot of people had, the really big ones, like 6 feet long, four or 5 feet high. And the guy had bought it. I believe like a government surplus cell for parts. And when he started taking it apart, he found this document inside. And the document is purported to be made back in 1979. I've looked at it. I've read through it. And back in 1986, if you would look at it back then or back during cold wartimes, you might think, well, this could be Russian disinformation. It'd be easy to just blow it off. But looking at it now with the events that have happened and this is talking about the second industrial revolution and now we're into the fourth industrial and the way they outline everything that's going on in this paper will make your blood run cold and because it talks about what they want to do. It talks about how they're doing it, who they're using to do in it. And then you add in big data capture in the Internet and it's put this project on steroids and it's exactly what we're seeing. I mean, you can say it was misinformation, but it's not misinformation when I'm basically, it's like I was given the advanced copy of what they were going to do in 2022.

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Caller: We've Lost the Republic to Democrats

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:46 min | Last week

Caller: We've Lost the Republic to Democrats

"Know, and thanks for taking my call. I was really apathetic about whoever ran for Republican because I honestly don't feel we're in charge of our elections anymore. However, it's going to win and whoever the Democrats want to win. They're in control of the ballots and they decide. We've lost this country. We've lost the republic. Yes. I mean, there's people that have the gloom and doom. It's the end of the world and we're never going to get the country back. They call it again. What happened? I mean, I appreciate your cynicism. What happened in Florida? Did they steal Florida? What happened in upstate New York? What happened to all the states? They have enough control to steal they stole it from Trump. If you watch 2000 mules, you can easily see they stole it. They're going to continue to steal it. They're going to continue their expansion. We've lost our country. Yes. We've done nothing about it. So what country do you want to move to? Where do you want to go? Since you gave up on America. Since you've given up, where do you want to go? I'm ready to do whatever it take to win about. I mean, how do you do that? How do we do that case? My hope is that someone will stand up, say enough is enough, draw a line in the sand and start fighting back. Listen, you sound terrific. And don't take this as an attack. That's a great hallmark greeting card. Tell me how you want to do that. What do you mean? Tell me, be specific, Keith. Well, I'm a little guy. So there's nothing I can do personally other than both. Don't tell me what you can't do. Tell me what you can do.

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Zelenskyy decries continued Russian G-20 membership

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | Last week

Zelenskyy decries continued Russian G-20 membership

"Speaking to the G 20 summit in Bali Indonesia via video link from Keith president of Vladimir zelensky spoke of Tuesday's Russian missile strikes on dozens of targets across Ukraine Zelensky says hundreds of cities were left without electricity water and heat and that Internet traffic has fallen by two thirds Then he labeled Moscow a terrorist He's called for a quick response after Poland said a Russian made missile fell in the country's east killing two people The president Joe Biden has said it was unlikely it was fired from Russia I'm Charles De Ledesma

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LIV Analyst Jerry Foltz on How He Got Involved With LIV

Fore The People

01:56 min | 3 weeks ago

LIV Analyst Jerry Foltz on How He Got Involved With LIV

"How did it get started? How did you become the guy who announced in London? How did that conversation start? Long, long, long story, but essentially they first two people they hire to take care of the broadcast. From a technical standpoint, where the producer and the director, they hired the producer that JJ knows quite well. And you met him, John. His name's Keith hirschman. He was the guy who originally was the very first producer at golf channel. Basically invented all of the, all of the coverage that you saw in the first 15, 20 years at golf channel. And he was in charge of it all, and including hiring and developing the on air talent, if you will, or lack of talent and like this, but he was there. And we had talked a number of times and he always assumed that I would say no that's and he was right. I would have. Because there was so much anti noise out there. And you hear only one side. You tend to believe so much of the of what is being said. And then one day I was kind of sitting there just thinking about big picture thinking about the future moving forward, I turned 60 this year. You know, how much longer do I want to work and how much more do I want to keep going down the same path? Which I love doing the LPGA as you guys know. And I called up and said, one night, I go, I'm listening. And the very next day sitting in this very chair, I got on the horn and a similar call to this with James Watson and will steger, who are two of the brightest people literally that I've ever met in TV who are reinventing the will and the wheel in terms of the way golf was covered and we sat there. We talked about it. They answered all my questions and made me feel comfortable about something I knew nothing about. And including all of the questions that are continually raised throughout social media that I'm very comfortable where I stand on my moral ground. In that regard. And I said, okay,

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In the 5 states without lotteries, a case of Powerball envy

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

In the 5 states without lotteries, a case of Powerball envy

"Not everyone has a chance to cash in on Saturday nights $1.5 billion Powerball lottery jackpot 5 states do not have a lottery including Loretta Williams state Alabama Actress Beck is ridiculous because we have to try out this gonna lie to you I don't see anything wrong with you Williams drove to a store two miles from the Alabama border in Georgia John Jones bought Powerball tickets there too A great deal And even with the highways and stuff we could collect a lot more gravity It would be tough for Keith gibbons to cross the border to get in on the Powerball action He lives in Alaska Knows what he would do with the money He taxes so I don't have a government looking for the talking to me or not And then I bless my family for sure And put them in a great position Utah and Nevada and Hawaii also don't have lotteries One man in Alaska called it a waste of money I'm Ed Donahue

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Former President Donald Trump Plays in LIV Golf Maimi Pro-Am

Fore The People

00:48 sec | 3 weeks ago

Former President Donald Trump Plays in LIV Golf Maimi Pro-Am

"They had dollars. Trump played in the pro am mister did you see what he said after his first tee shot? You see that? Yeah, can buy to do this or something like that. I think so. Yeah, he goes, you think Biden can do that. I don't think so. Right after he just smacked it down the middle, you know, two 12 right now right down the pie, played with the first koepka. And then they had the roasters, you know those dudes that roast or whatever they were out there doing it. And they were roasting everyone who was part of the deal, did you see that thing? Yeah. They were like, you're swings. Like Eric Trump was up there and they're like, you're swinging shittier than hunter Hunter Biden's laptop data or whatever it is. That's true fantastic. They just don't guess shit, man. That's kind of the mantra of the lift tour. Don't give a shit. What Keith were thinking about him? And that's what's kind of attractive to it.

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Jim Schultz: The Ground Game Is Great in Minnesota

Mark Levin

01:56 min | Last month

Jim Schultz: The Ground Game Is Great in Minnesota

"We're talking to Jim Schultz he's running for attorney general in Minnesota against Keith Ellison Keith Ellison really is sort of the poster guy for this radical view of criminal justice which is justice for criminals And it's had dire consequences not just for Minneapolis St. Paul but for the entire state of Minnesota and you have an enormous influence on these local prosecutors these DAs as we saw with Keith Ellison himself how does he say the latest poll says your 5 points ahead How is the money going How's the ground game Well it's great It's great On the money side we'll raise dramatically more than any candidate for Minnesota attorney general and the Republican side in history So we've got the resources we need to be to have a really big presence on TV There's lots of outside groups who are also spending in the race The Republican attorney general's association and others And so that's great The ground game is great as well I mean people are people are energized I mean you see this all around the country where Republicans are fed up with the Biden administration set up in Minnesota with our far left leadership here And so people are animated whether it be making phone calls knocking on doors I mean they know that Keith Allison as you point out Mark as extreme as they come This is a guy who you represented a man implicated in the killing of a cop in the 90s and has been you've got behind every far left extremist caused in the course of his career And so minnesotans know that we need change in this in this office And so there are people really really excited about the process prospect of making history here As I mentioned at the beginning over 50 years that we've had Democrat attorney generals in the state of Minnesota and people are very excited about the path here to turning that around

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Russia notifies US of planned nuclear drills - Euronews

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Russia notifies US of planned nuclear drills - Euronews

"Ukraine's nuclear energy operator says Russian forces are performing secret work at Europe's largest nuclear plant In ergo atom the Ukrainian state enterprise that operates the country's four nuclear power plants Since Russian forces have carried out secret construction work over the last week of the occupied separation plant activity that could shed light on Russia's claims that Keith's forces are preparing a provocation involving a radioactive device in ergo atom says in a statement Russian

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Russian-installed authorities order evacuation of Kherson

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

Russian-installed authorities order evacuation of Kherson

"Russian installed authorities have ordered all residents of the southern Ukrainian city curzon to leave immediately ahead of an expected advance by Ukrainian troops In a telegram post the regional pro Kremlin administration calls on civilians who use boat crossings over the NEPA river to move deeper into Russian held territory citing a tense situation on the front and alleged terror attacks by Keith Ukrainian units are waging a counter offensive to recapture the occupied area Kirsten has been in Russian hands since the early days of the invasion in February the city is the capital of a region of the same name one of four Russian president Vladimir Putin illegally annexed last month I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Blackouts in Ukraine as Russia hits power stations

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Blackouts in Ukraine as Russia hits power stations

"After sunset darkness falls in neighborhoods and towns around Kyiv As Ukraine experiences rolling power cuts as a result of Russia's strategy of striking power plants and other infrastructure In residential areas on the outskirts of Keith as well as in nearby towns and villages people walk in pitch darkness watching their steps with torch lights or mobile phones and drape it a bit a taxi driver in the town of borrowed yanka sits in a residential building left dark at sunset It says this is nothing compared to when the town was occupied It was cold back then We were hiding in the basement and could not stay in the apartment He adds on Friday the power went off twice for about two or three hours each time Ukrainians are vowing to stand firm despite the attacks I'm Charles De Ledesma

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Caller: Jan. 6 Committee Is Trying to Divert People's Attention

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:42 min | Last month

Caller: Jan. 6 Committee Is Trying to Divert People's Attention

"We're off the record here. I don't want to get a bill from you. So I know how attorneys are. So here's the question, keep. Is it possible going back to the president Trump? The FBI rated Mar-a-Lago. They were talking about how the president was harboring documents that were classified top secret national security was at risk. And it's as if that whole thing is disappeared. And I'm wondering, Keith, if the Democrats on that committee and within the Justice Department realized that Trump didn't really break any laws and they're trying to go in another direction and they're using people like Steve Bannon, Scott Perry from the house freedom caucus and others as their scalps, if you will. They're a pound of flesh. Well, it's called a diversion that keeping their keeping people watching the left hand while the right hand is doing something else. There you go. It's a brilliant observation you make, and we've got to pay attention to this stuff. You know, the average American, they're not going to be into all of this. So if you're listening to talk radio and keep God bless you, thanks for the call. But if you're listening to talk radio, you have a responsibility to take what we're talking about. This is one of the reasons why we post links to our information on our website so you know we're not speaking out the wazoo here, but we're actually doing our homework and we're investigating all of this. And we've got folks. I'm telling you, this as Tom or rather as Keith said from North Carolina, this is a diversion. They know they can't get Trump. They've got nothing on him, so they're going after Trump's staff, his supporters, the pro lifers, the moms and dads, and the list goes on and on. All right,

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Matthew Perry Admits He Was at Death's Door

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:44 min | Last month

Matthew Perry Admits He Was at Death's Door

"Let me talk about Matthew Perry for a second. I don't want to toot my own horn. But about three years ago, I exclusively wrote for radar magazine and told all you folks on the podcast that the friends thought was close to death. I mean, I said I had it on good authority. He had less than a 10% chance of living. He was even staying in the home of his mother and stepdad Keith Morrison from dateline. I always get a kick out of the fact that Matthew Perry stepped down as the guy from dateline. I love Keith Morris. Can listen to him all day. And then the killer returned. As if he never left. Oh, that pesky DNA. I don't do a good Mars, but you know the guy. He's the best in his business. So three years go by and not to Perry's not dying. Matthew Perry's getting a book deal. 90 Perry's got a girlfriend. Some people started giving me shit about my report. You got it wrong, AJ. And I don't often hear that. And I'm proud about that. And for the first time in a long time, I remember going back on the podcast and saying, well, I guess I was wrong about Matt Perry. So the person who gave me that tip is a good source of mine and always has been, but I guess I can't go to that source anymore. Can't get something that big, that wrong. It's embarrassing for me. And I'm nothing without good sources, but he was right. And I was right in what I told you. And it doesn't make me happy to be right about a guy dying or near death. But I knew I was right. Anyhow, I was right because Matthew Perry has finally admitted it. He's got a big book coming out called Friends, lovers in that big, terrible thing. And he opens up about the health crisis that almost claimed his life several years ago. In the upcoming memoir, he says he suffered a burst colon from long, long-term opioid addiction, and the doctors had to inform his family that the actor had a 2% chance of living. He said that when he was hospitalized for 5 months, he's been two weeks in a coma. And he used a colostomy bag for 9 months. The doctors told his family that he had a 2% chance of living. He was put on something called an ECMO machine, which does all the breathing for your heart and for your lungs and that's called a Hail Mary. Nobody really goes on to survive that. But he did. So I was right. And I'm glad he's alive.

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Jerry Lee Lewis, Keith Whitley join the Country Hall of Fame

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Jerry Lee Lewis, Keith Whitley join the Country Hall of Fame

"Keith whitley and Jerry Lee Lewis were inducted into the country music Hall of Fame in Nashville Tennessee on Sunday With the latest Nikki guyton Alabama and Kenny Chesney were among the performers at the country music Hall of Fame inductions Lori Morgan tearfully accepted the induction on behalf of her late husband Keith whitley Performed in tribute to Jerry Lee Lewis who stayed home for health reasons Hank Williams junior says if Lewis had been there everyone would know it Jerry Lee doesn't ask for your attention he demands it He doesn't take the stage he commands it Music executive Joe galante also was inducted

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"keith" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:55 min | 2 months ago

"keith" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I knew when we hired coach that we needed to hire somebody that could come in and galvanize our fan base and give us some pop and sizzle immediately. I think we did that at the press conference just with his reputation and some of the things that he's been able to do in his career. But what's been really cool is he's validated all that. Our teams have been really good. We had an outback bowl of sugar bowl off to a four zero start this year. Our folks are excited. And we all know that football is the lifeblood of any athletic departments. You've got to be good. You've got to be relevant. And we're certainly that. And I know that our other sports see that and feel that and those resources trickle down. So really happy with coach kiffin and he is a guy that certainly has a lot of creative ideas and he and I have become really close, but it's been good. He is, I mean, he's a very unique individual and I realized athletic directors in today's world. I don't know what the it's not like it was many, many years ago. What are the challenges of somebody who is clearly out there from a social media standpoint? Well, you know, coach's main saying is we don't try to think outside the box. We try to create a new box. And he does that. I mean, he challenges his staff, he challenges our administrative staff, but I think it's good, you know? I think that this is the time period in college athletics where we all need to kind of think like that. I mean, we're changing. Our world is changing so much within IO and the transfer portal and conference tree alignment. There's a lot of change now. So I like the fact that he's always constantly coming up with ideas. And I feel like I'm kind of that way too. We kind of bouncing off of each other. Our other coaches do that. Our administration does that. So we want to pride ourselves here at old miss about being first movers and being creative and proactive and certainly laying helps us do that. Keith Carter, the director of athletics here. I know you've got a million things to get to, but thanks for making time and thanks for the great hospitality here on this campus. Absolutely glad you guys are here. Thank you. Thank you. We'll take a short break. We'll talk to two of the more popular figures on campus,

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The New Movie  'Elvis' Is an Oscars Shoo-In

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:39 min | 2 months ago

The New Movie 'Elvis' Is an Oscars Shoo-In

"Kind of tell you guys, I saw the Elvis movie. Damn, was that a good movie? You know, the director baz luhrmann has a very stylized way of making movies. If you saw the famous one he did, I mean, you know, Romeo and Juliet, moulin rouge, Gatsby, he has a certain way of making movies, even though Australia, which wasn't my favorite kind of movie. It definitely has a certain look to it that you can't mistake. It's like, you know, when you hear a certain guitar player, you can tell if it's Aerosmith, you can tell if it's The Rolling Stones, YouTube, you can hear slash them all away, you can hear, you know, Keith Richards in my way. Same thing with bosler and you always know when you're watching one of his movies. But I'll tell you, Elvis, the movie just built and built and built. It kept getting quicker and quicker and quicker until not no spoilers here. Elvis develops a drug, a pill habit, and, you know, he starts to lose, lose it, and just an amazing, amazing portrayal by Austin butler, this guy was born to play Elvis role, music was great. They even like patched in like some rap ish music into Elvis songs or I can't explain it. They took the old, the music of down south, you know, the black music, the gospel songs and infused it with some contemporary singers from today, and it really sounded amazing. Austin butler's gorgeous. I don't think Elvis had eyes that blue, but the weird thing is the way Tom Hanks plays colonel Parker, you might find that odd 'cause he has this accent he used it. I always thought colonel Parker was like a southern gentleman kind of guy. You know, like, I just assumed he was that guy. Even though he did live down there, he had this Dutch accent apparently. And it was a Dutch accent that I've learned he used that also had the hottest speech impediment, so Tom Hanks really went out of his way with prosthetics you can't believe. You can't believe it's Tom Hanks. The accent, the prosthetics, the acting, there's no question he's going to be up for best actor. I've even put Austin butler up as well from the same movie. It's that good.

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Josh Kraushaar and Hugh Discuss Kyrsten Sinema's Future

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:33 min | 4 months ago

Josh Kraushaar and Hugh Discuss Kyrsten Sinema's Future

"Focus on senator sinema for our remaining time, Josh crush hour. And you can follow Josh at Josh crush hour on Twitter. It's now no longer hotline Josh's moved over to axios. And Jim van der Hayes very happy with himself for grabbing Josh crush hour. Josh senator sinema established herself as a successor to McCain. His iconic moment is the thumbs down on the attempt to repeal ObamaCare. She spent a lot of political capital, grabbing that middle ground. She will give it up. She will forfeit it if she hits the second iceberg. You can run into one iceberg in the Senate and took off the base, but then if you run into the other iceberg and pass a tax and spend Bill, you've left yourself sinking. And what do you think are the chances she goes along in caves to the left here? Well, look, she's got covered from Joe Manchin now. So Joe Manchin is up in 2024 as well. So I think politically speaking, I think she may try to negotiate the changes to the bill. She's been a longtime foe of the carried interest provision that then this legislation that there may be some change that she requires and it'll get whittled out if she ultimately has the leverage right now. But she had to worry about a democratic primary too. Right now, if she was on the ballot in Arizona, probably lose in a primary. She's in good shape in the general. She's got a lot of independence, even some Republicans would support her. But I think she's going to spend some of that political capital on the right or in the middle and try to shore up her standing among the liberals who have been human mad at her in Arizona. I have a hard time seeing how she comes out against this. You have all the moderates in the house, even the progressives, having the candidate they're going to support this when it gets to the lower chamber.

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Jake Sherman and Hugh Discuss the Open Amendment Process

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

02:09 min | 4 months ago

Jake Sherman and Hugh Discuss the Open Amendment Process

"It works, I want people to understand this. I'm writing a column on voter Rama. After reconciliation gets put onto the floor, an open amendment process follows. And anyone can propose everything. It's been used for symbolic votes because at the end of that process, there's a wrap around amendment that takes it back to the original bill. So they just jettison everything they passed. Unless something gets the kind of support that makes the wraparound amendment yield to it. If I stated that accurately, Cenk. Yes. Yes, you have. And the voter Rama will take a long time. It could take as many it could take three, four, 5 days on the Senate floor. There are ways to control how long it takes. But yes, there's basically at the end of the process, there will be an amendment that kind of nullifies all the other amendments that they pass. So unless they, unless they provide for some of those amendments to go in, the ones at cinema, for example, wants, correct? Yes, that's right. So I think to remember, sorry you, but the thing to remember is that 51 50 votes, 51 votes in this case. It means you could do anything in the Senate pretty much if you stick together. On this bill. So if I were the Republicans, instead of doing all the symbolic stuff out there, I'd focus all my energy on a handful that you want to actually make it into the wrap around amendment. One of them, for example, take some of that green money and build nuclear plants, the new ones, the kind that Bill Gates likes, the modular, very safe, very low risk. I mean, extremely low risk nuclear plants. They can be built quickly. Do you think that would have a prayer of picking up a 51st vote from the Democrats? The answer to that is maybe, but the larger thing is Schumer is able to or should be able to and will try to hold people together against some of these amendments. And I don't know about the nuclear. I don't know if they're going to do something like that, but if you want to, he's able to, he could try to convince people to stick together because they don't want to they don't want to change this bill too much.

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Salena Zito Joins Hugh to Discuss the Pennsylvania Senate Race

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:23 min | 4 months ago

Salena Zito Joins Hugh to Discuss the Pennsylvania Senate Race

"Matters more than the Pennsylvania Senate race. There are some that matter as much, but if John fetterman beats Doctor Oz in Pennsylvania, be very hard to get to 51 or 52 that the Republicans need. Selena zito will be on the show. I think between ten times between now and the election day. And so Selena, I gotta ask you, how's this feel to you? 'cause it seems to me that fetterman still isn't well and Doctor Oz is out there working it hard. How does it feel on the ground in Pennsylvania? It feels like what a statewide race tradition traditionally feels like in this state. And with the exception that federman is an out there and awe is out there all the time. Now, I think it's kind of fascinating if you read the reports outside of, you know, in D.C. or out of New York, they're saying, oh, Oz isn't anywhere. Well, he's exhausting. He's everywhere. He is doing that sort of unglamorous, unsexy thing of just going around the state, logging on now, more importantly, logging on relationships and rebuilding them with people. As we all know, it was a pretty ugly primary, but most primaries are ugly.

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"keith" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:48 min | 4 months ago

"keith" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We'll be right back final segment. Don't go away. I'll box a few minutes left with our friend Keith jinta, go to wine patch dot org. Keith, we've been friends for a long time. And I know your heart. I know your head, you know, you're somebody that I've always trusted. And the stuff that you've been writing at wine patch dot org. You know, when you first sent it to me, you're kind of like, oh, this is, you know, just some stuff that I wrote. You don't realize that it's actually really important stuff. It's helping people to think. And I was in, I think I told you I was in Minneapolis. We were some people that I had just met. And they said, oh, have you read this stuff at wine something vineyard or wine yard? They start describing it. I said, do you mean wine patch? No, no, no, no, no, let me look it up. They look it up. It was wine patch dot org. They go, oh yeah, it's wine patch dot org. And I said, that's my friend teaching. Did you hear it from me? They go, no, no, no. We got it from some friend of ours. Some pastor friends sent it to us. So your stuff is getting out and it's helping people process stuff. So I want to tell people go to wine past that. Or again, there's tons of articles that you've been writing over, I don't know, you've been doing this for what, 18 months for quite a while. About a year and a half. Yeah. I call that 18 months. Well, we've just got a couple minutes left. So right now, where do you see us as a culture? I mean, we've had this roe V wade thing. A lot of pastors that were quite about the vaccine and we're telling people to get the vaccine. They're really afraid even to celebrate roe V wade. It's kind of like David's wife, Michael, or whatever her name is saying, don't embarrass me by dancing and celebrating. I'm in bearish by that. This is like saying, this is like saying slavery was abolished. Don't celebrate because the slave owners, you know, they're kind of, they're hurting right now. I mean, come on. Come on. Yeah. That's good. It's funny, Eric, some of the harshest pushback I've gotten. Confounding Lee is from believers. There are believers who are very upset with roe V wade. And the peace I did was very short. I think everything that's being said is fairly evident, I try to I try to write about the things that aren't being said. And so my little piece there, which is called roe V wade and what we all seem to be missing is just simply a sophisticated thoughtful conversation about sexual ethics. That is off the table now. So Leonard Cohen says, during a massacre, there's no good place to stand. And that's what the abortion debate has become because you're dealing. We start the conversation with an unwanted baby. So you've already flown past 50 bad decisions, rape incest, and topic. It's such a minute percentage. You almost can't even bring those up. It is become just another manner of birth control. And we have to all admit that. And that's why I don't know why believers can't talk about it. And why sexual ethics, and I'm not just talking about the Christian worldview, although Adam and I seems to be pretty good about how to order a society. But even if you take that aside, why can't we talk about sexual ethics? With everything we know about protection. And pregnancy and just simple self value and morality so that you avoid the catastrophic decision of having an abortion. And that's all I tried to raise in that piece because I don't even hear pastors. I never hear it in a sermon. Unprotected free sex and we're just coming off, you know, we've got the demolition Derby debris of Pride Month. You know, cleaning up in our wake here, I mean, just kink perversion, all the sex you want is the given, now we'll talk about abortion. It's like, it doesn't work that way. Well, that's the point. It's one of the reasons I want you on here, Keith, we've got to talk about these things. We talk about them with compassion, but my goodness, not to talk about these things. Shame on the church. There's a reckoning. It's.

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"keith" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:10 min | 4 months ago

"keith" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"To make that clear. Now I get to talk about my upcoming guest. My upcoming guest is Keith junta. Now, Keith, I feel like when I met him, it was like, you know, Jesus meeting Andrew and his brother, like it just seems like in the midst of time and I remember that I had really just come to faith, I guess in the summer of 88. So this is the summer of 90. And Keith junta, I was invited to a beach barbecue. And Japan point in Stanford. So this wonderful kind of beach barbecue, and I'm meeting all these new Christians around my age. And Keith junta and Steve gatto, they had been friends since high school. I meet these guys, and they were unbelievably funny. They start talking to me about this new show called Seinfeld, which had just come out and they're going on and on about Seinfeld. And I'm joking with them, whatever. And I thought, this is incredible, because these guys are very serious about their faith. But they're absolutely hilarious and fun to talk to. So we became, of course, instant friends. Like, you know, suddenly you just know these people are going to be friends with these people for the rest of my life. And so now 30 years later, of course, we're all Friends, and Keith, he's done all kinds of stuff. And I don't want to brag about him in front of him when he's coming on the show in a couple seconds, but I can say it now. There's nothing he can do. Keith, he's done stand up comedy. He's done all kinds of stuff, but he's overly humble. He's like, oh, that was years ago. And you know, I'm not funny anymore. And I don't have anything to say. And so I think I've mentioned he started writing these essays that wine patch dot org. And it's like the stuff that you write. I mean, I don't say something's great unless it's great. He's written some stuff that I was, I thought, this is amazing. I need to share this. So anyway, I had a twist his arm to come on the program to talk about one of the last things that he wrote. So he's going to be on a couple of minutes, but he's a very dear friend. I mean, he's the gold standard, Keith Jinder. So wine patch dot org. So I've got to mention that. All right. I should also mention, have I mentioned it? Yes, I've mentioned it many times, but not right now. Tomorrow, I fly to Las Vegas. I don't want my wife to know I've got a gambling addiction. I just go there. It just to get it out of my system. No, actually, I'm not a big fan of Las Vegas. I'm going there for a thing called freedom fest. In our two, after Keith junta, we're going to play my ten minute conversation with the man behind freedom fest. And after that, we have zuby coming on the program. So I want to be clear that I'm going to Vegas in Vegas. I'm going to interview John Cleese of Monty Python. They're only giving me like 5 minutes. So I don't know what am I going to ask them, you know, what's capital North Dakota and we're out. What can I ask John please? So, but that's where I'm flying tomorrow. After Jordan Peterson, what kind of a week Jordan Peterson and John Cleese, I think the lord is going to take me soon because I think the peak of everything. And maybe like Enoch, you'll just be gone. I'm going to be translated. So I want to say this month only, if you listen to this program, you know this. If you go to new traumatic dot com for all your nutraceutical needs, whether it's melatonin, anything, vitamin C, vitamin D, all the stuff that I take to make me look months younger than I might actually be. It's great stuff, but they wanted to entice people to try it. So for this month, only July, 2022, they said they're going to give 30% off absolutely everything if you use the code, Eric. Last month, they just did it with a few products. And it went so well. They said, we want to, I think they realized that once people try the products, they're going to continue because this stuff, it's great. So new traumatic dot com that's nutrimetics with an ex nutrimetics.

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"keith" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:00 min | 9 months ago

"keith" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Now I know you're making this up, pal. Listen, I've had people come on this program and pull these stunts before. No, seriously, this is true. But you've not seen, oh, you're stuck. That's not his hair. A very soap, is that his hair on this? And his and his hair that we grabbed from the drain. Keith, I want to tell you. I am so honored. These sacred relics. These are holy relics. Should be in a comedy museum along with the old jokes that you just tried to put over on this brand new show. Seriously, okay, but no kidding, you showered. You lived to tell the tale. So he comes out, we're now in the locker room, and Paul and the band are playing, Larry bud melman, dried them off. We get dressed, and we head out to the counter where we get our cars. He's a humble guy. He waited in line to get his membership card. This is old school. This is in the this is probably late 80s. Any weights in line in the girls find the counter handing out the cards. It's like 5 after ten at this point. And he steps up and he says lettering. And she hands him the car. You remember that moment where he blends in. Letterman? But this whole time, I'm thinking, how do I talk to the man? You don't talk to him in the shower. You don't talk to him when he's dressing. So again, true story. I hold the door for him. And I say, Dave, I've got tickets for your show in a couple of weeks. True story. I was holding tickets to his show. So I hold the door, I announced this joyous news, and he goes, boy, talk about pressure. It's a true story. So David Letterman quote, and then we walked out of the Y together and he faded off into the night, and that was my brush with great. And so he today is a nobody. And you're on the air with taxes show. Think of the irony, the irony of history. But seriously, I had a brush with Letterman at a gas station in new Canaan. I'll never forget it. I pulled into the gas station as I sometimes do. To get gas. And he pulled in and I think it's a Porsche. And I think he was getting Merrill Marco at the time. And I looked over and there he was, pumping his own gas, just like a normal flesh and blood human being. Pumping his gas. And at the time, there was kind of a giveaway that if you fill up a tank of gas, they gave you like I think like an NFL tumbler or something like that. And so he went in and he paid because this is like before credit cards. This is like 88. I think before the machines, right? So he went in and he paid and he came back out and as he stepped in front of the Porsche, he showed Merrill Marco the tumblr and he kind of went like you kind of like and anyway, could this be more pathetic, these stories are so pathetic. I just want to weep. I just want to weep. But Keith, look, here's the bottom line. The reason you're on this show, okay? The reason the world knows who you are is because you, my friend, showered with Letterman. I did. All right, and this is not a kiss and tell thing. You just, you kept it clean. And but when you looked over and you saw him in the nude, okay? Yeah. People say that in the nude, he looks a lot like Buddy Ebsen would look. Well, this are very thin and kind of sad. Was that your voice of it? He was epson like. That's a good that's a good analogy. So me thinks he may have been naked at the gas station that day. Is this how you know this? No, no, no. He was fully clothed at the gas station. As was I, I just want to say. Well, listen, all right. We've had our fun here. You, my friend Keith, I've had you on this program before. You write serious stuff at wine patch dot org. And so this is just a long comic intro. I want people to go to wine patch dot org, you blog there, your stuff is great. I have shared it. If people do have a new piece there, I'm trying to remember, what do you have right now? You have already shared the most recent one. What's it going on? A new one. Was right now. What's the reason one called the most recent one? Is Christ divided or is it just us? That's pretty heavy. There's nothing funny about that. There's nothing funny about that. No, I've shared your stuff in there. I wanted to just to give my audience an opportunity to know that people are looking for what do I read? What do I think? We're living in really crazy times. And your stuff has just been terrific. Every couple of weeks or whatever you've been writing these blogs. And you know me. I wouldn't just say this just because you're a friend. In fact, being my friend, I hold that against you. So it's just like really, it has to be extra good. So if people go to, what is it? Wine patch dot org, wine patch dot org. And you have to click on the left hand side. There's a teeny teeny word that says blog, almost as if you're ashamed of this. Like you're trying to hide it. Right? We may have to find a new platform for it. I think you need, but anyway, I want people to go because your stuff is great. So what's the title of the last one, say it again? Is Christ divided or is it just us? And I've been really taken up with, you know, look, we all know nationally and politically, we're fiercely divided right now. It's a fierce time of division. My concern has been within the church. And I'm watching the church take the same lines that are happening in the nation. And that's not the case is about wine patch dot org. My friend Keith jinta, thank you. Eric great to see you. I'll give a little bit of my love to you..

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"keith" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:59 min | 9 months ago

"keith" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Dot com. Hey folks, as you know, this show that I'm doing really means to be an homage to the great late night talk shows that I've admired over the years. Number one being David Letterman. So we try to get a Letterman on the show and I got to tell you we were not even close, not even close. To getting him on the show, and I thought, but you know what? Who cares? Because I got an ace in the hole. I got something in my back pocket. You ready for this? A very good friend of mine. A very good friend of 30 years, Keith junta. He's been on this program before. Keys about 30 years ago, showered with David Letterman, and I said, wouldn't it be TV magic if I could get Keith junta my friend? To tell us the inside story of showering with the great icon. The legend David Letterman. So I try to get Keith to come on the program. And guess what? He couldn't come on either. But I said, wait a minute, wait a minute. Here's something Keith will do because he's a friend. He will come on Skype and he'll talk to me. And he's here now, Keith genta, welcome to the program. Eric, it's good to see you. Listen, let's get right to it, my friend. You showered with a comedy legend. Can you take us back in time? How did this happen? Did you plot and plan this or did it just happen? This was my brush with greatness, and David Letterman has always been, I mean, you've already said it. My favorite interviewer, comedian of all times. Outside of you outside of me in Seinfeld about your marks and a few others. But okay, so at the time this happened, you already were like, just honored to even think that you might someday meet him, but somehow something happened, what happened, that let you into the moist naked presence of this genius. And this is a true story. So David Letterman would come to the YMCA three four nights a week after taping the show in New York, and I was often at the why. Wait a minute. I'm talking about this is in new Canaan, Connecticut. This is the new Canaan sea. I was living there at the time. We were friends. That's right. You just happened to go to the Y and tell us the rest of the story. I was at the Y a lot during those days, and we knew that Letterman would come in. The Y closed at ten, and he would come in about 9 30, 9 35, and he would race to the pool and swim laps. And the way to the pool is through the shower through the locker room. And he would do this was a routine for him every night came in alone, and he would swim lap, so I happened to be in the shower. One night, a few minutes before ten. Okay, so you weren't hiding there for hours. You just happen to be there when he showed up. Yeah? Yeah. And so Dave comes into the shower. And I mean, this is David Letterman, who's got the build of Michael Phelps. I mean, he's got giant flipper. Actually, I know this is true. I know that swims like three miles in 20 minutes. It's amazing to see this man rifle through a pool. It's incredible. So you're in the shower showering and what happens like you look over and suddenly Letterman is there. And Dave is there, and you try not to look. I mean, you're trying not to fail, but you fail, I did fail. And here's the humility of David Letterman. This is all true. He could have paid the extra couple of bucks and joined the men's club. But he came into the commoners shower area. There we all were together in the big mass hall of humiliation. And Dave had no qualms about that. And listen. And he's laboring with guilt because he knows that being so famous and so rich, it's crushing its crushing. He doesn't know what to do with that. So he thinks the least I can do is shower with the commoners. So you glance over was he already in the process of showering? And by the way, did he share in a way that you would consider funny? It was hilarious. He was silently cracking jokes the entire time. He just came to himself. He can't help himself. He can't help himself. And so I left the room. I was able to grab a couple of relics. I have a few artifacts from that night. If you don't mind. So he did use the official late night Letterman. Okay,.

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"keith" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

06:01 min | 11 months ago

"keith" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And it's always great to welcome our next guest of the program. He has Keith Donovan noted author and historian. We've talked to him so often in the past about his biographies of coach Bryant and that era, the desegregation of the university and he has just started a new podcast called the American achievers talking to some of the most noted and interesting people in the country Keith. College football season has ended, always great to have you back on the program. How are you? Doing great, Paul, help you are. Let's talk for a second about your new podcast because I was reading some of the names of the folks that you are talking to and you don't do anything half hazard. Tell us about it. I've been working on this idea for about 5 and a half years all because once I knew that once we got to the point this weekly, weekly podcast operating the American Dream, American achievers and you could find it on all the platforms or an American cheaper U.S.. Once we got to the point where he went weekly and launched it, it was hopefully we're going to continue this for a long time and with my books and films, we had to have our ducks in a row and be way ahead. So we've got some fantastic people holding up my mirror to the American Dream and into the country and to the power of ambition and risk and tenacity and all the great qualities that can make you successful. Keith, tell us about that the genre of podcasting because blown up to say the least. That is not exactly breaking news. But what makes podcasts so intriguing to people and especially what interested you in moving into this platform? Yeah, you don't have one about 14 years ago first in with crimson replay. We were in the early days of those in those days. And the reason now is, I think it's that this particular art form is perfect for this because I get to have a long quote conversation. Basically, most of these are about an hour, 45 minutes to see an hour 15. With someone and it's not, this is not lifestyles of the rich and famous. We have a conversation and a lot of these people, by the way, are not famous. And some of them obviously are people like TikTok and tied that Bologna and sister schubert, a lot of famous people, but it's not about fame. And I really wanted to drill down and to explore what the American Dream means to different people across the spectrum. We're really celebrating what it takes to be successful and to be fulfilled. This is, again, this is not about fame and fortune. To be successful in fulfilled and to have a purpose in life this week, gas episode number three is Jerry, who was the first African American scholarship football player in the Southwest conference. Jerry is such a great guy. And he has such a wonderful perspective about what he went through with SMU. The first episode was a Jim mobile Apollo 13 astronaut who was just one of my heroes of my life. And what he teaches us about the power of persevering and through adversity. I mean, who personifies adversity and working through it more than the guy who was who brought Apollo 13 back. So it's my hope that people will listen to the series. Every Monday, new episode. And kind of take this journey with me into the heart of America. These are stories that I want people to be entertained and really inspired by these people because I'm inspired by them. Keith, I know you mentioned some of the names. As you look forward, I mean, there are always wishlists, what's realistic, what's not. But you know a lot of people, or you know a lot of people who know a lot of people, who is on your list, and how do you go about making these contacts and getting people to sit back and let their hair down so to speak, assuming they have it? That's a really good question. I'll tell you what, and we have been really private about it when I started these people, like four years ago. And playing these interviews together. But I mostly have gotten to people that I haven't had to go through PR people. In other words, I met Jim level oddly enough backstage when he was getting an award in Los Angeles a few years ago. Of course I have known dick myself for a long time and he's coming up here in about three weeks and Roberts Robert swan is a name that would not come to them to the top of anybody's list in terms of fame. But he's the first guy to walk to the north and South Pole. And so I mean, I'm just so many of these sister shepherd, of course, is well known across the south. As the frozen role lady and so I've taken a kind of a quiet route to getting to most of these people. Next week, and I happen to be working on the project with him. Jay and scruggs, the guy who went to the movies one night in the late 70s with his wife, and was so moved by by the show they saw, he decided to invent to start the Vietnam veterans memorial. Now, so I'm just, I love this process. Having so much fun with it and a lot of people on the wish list for the future, a lot of people. Keys, if I could.

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"keith" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"keith" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Keith say what's up to fire nation and share something that you believe about becoming successful that most people disagree with? Well, welcome. Welcome. I'm so so stoked to be on here. Welcome fire nation and thanks for having me on JLD. So what do I believe that is contrary to what most people think about being successful? I think it's this. I believe that a lot of people a lot of people disagree that being yourself and being authentic and being contrarian, growing up, I was always told to be successful, you had to look like others do others, copy what others are doing in that. And I found actually the more I lean into my uniqueness, the more I lean into just kind of what makes me tick, the more successful I become. So I would say that the zeitgeist or the culture would say, you know, stick to the norm. Here's your root. But for us entrepreneurs and for me specifically, I think the more I am just me and actually a lot of the things I was made fun of growing up and was trying to weed out of me are actually the things I've revisited and it becomes some of my superpowers. And I can vouch for this fire nation. Keith and I have been friends for many years. And in fact, just a few weeks ago, I actually had him up to my suite at an event that we were both at. And I actually tried to get him to do an impromptu impromptu stand up comedy session because that's something that he does. He likes to do a little stand up comedy from time to time. Because he is unique. And he has been able to embrace the things that make him a unique individual. And you know, that's the thing. We're all unique, but some people just don't realize their uniqueness because they are too busy trying to fit in or try to conform to something that is just not that..

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"keith" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"keith" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Yeah. Here's where I think a lot of people have I think a wrong view of Donald J Trump. You know how I originally was thinking about writing in the book and titling it behind closed doors. Donald Trump is a true patriot. I mean, he really believes in America. He believes in America first and what's good for America will be once our set well here in the United States and we're good externally as well with all of our allies going forward. But he's a big believer in the American ideal in hand going forward. And I saw that with him. And I saw when he was in private, we had now and just talk about America and the way it was when I was with him on the 2015 2016 campaign. I saw that with him and the way he was. And he's just he's a uniquely an American individual. And what he wants for America. And I think when he came into Washington, D.C., I think he had been into Washington D.C., a total of 17 times never spent his night in his entire life here. Until he became president. Remember, he was a guy who wasn't even studied by the group. But student body president, the first time he became president he was president of the United States. And I think a lot of people that are in the Washington environment representative or feared that because we had somebody who was a true outsider a true populist who would come in. And I think people were so because of that people were trying to take your pot shots at him. I'm not supporting what he wanted to do. And when I changed uniquely American, you know, he just wanted to do what was right for America. Let me give you a quick story here. Actually, we're going to go to a break forgive me when we come back. I want to hear this story folks. We're talking to general Keith Kellogg, the book, brand new book, war by other means. This is the Eric metaxas show. To the limit hey folks Eric metaxas here. Joe Biden and the Democrats have laid out the most socialist agenda, our country has ever seen. Instead of following president Trump's blueprint that had the economy booming, the Dems are going to raise taxes, increase regulations and skyrocket and.

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"keith" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

03:27 min | 1 year ago

"keith" Discussed on Conscious Millionaire Show ~ Business Coaching and Mentoring 6 Days a Week

"They have tucked away my guest today. Keith callahan keith. Welcome to the show. Aj it's great to be on the show. Well i'm excited to be talking to you today. I love your website by the way you can check out his website at keith callahan. dot com. Well that's my formal introduction. But how would you describe yourself in your own words keith. I think first and foremost. I would say that i am a family man. A husband of a beautiful wife and four beautiful children..

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"keith" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"keith" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Initially about a person that has a dramatic accident has a head injury. Has you know falls into a coma. And when she wakes up she can only speak in something their can. I write a book with that. As the premise. I found out legally that you can't use song lyrics a book so that became but you can't use song titles so now she wakes up and she can only speak in song. Titles at so that books coming out in january. And i've just started on the sequel to murphy murphy which is now murphy is involved with the commission on cliches so many cliches. I think getting through a book story. And you know it's just it's a challenge. It's fun and You know. I've i've gotten great. Great feedback people seem to really enjoy it. So i'm gonna keep going. Yeah that's awesome. that's awesome. I can't wait to see the next book song girl. And then we're going to come out with another murphy murphy. The clinton but this one is all about a redundancy. So i love it that. He's in the redundancy department. So i appreciate you joining me. Keith tell me a little bit about your story. I love here in house sports shaped your life and really helped you get to where you are today. So thank you for joining me on how to walk with gusts. Really appreciate it. It's been my pleasure guys. I really enjoyed it. Thanks a lot. Yeah so hey everyone. That's another episode of huddle up with gus. I thank you for joining me. i wanna thank. All of our friends sounder. Fm sixteen thirty one digital news. And don't forget to go to vegas sports advantage where you can put in my code huddle up save twenty five percent and Hopefully win some money. You know key thank you. It was a great story. I love hearing. Everyone loves here in the back stories about you know. Espn the golf channel. Everything we do. People love hearing the locker room stories. What's happened before games. So keith gives us a great insight to everything that he's been through and You know just about how no matter where you come from or what you do. Sports has a big role in your life. Thank you keith. And thank you everyone for listening. And we'll see you. Next time on how to up with gus. Sports news for joining the fun anthony studios for number with gus featuring fifteen year. Nfl quarterback just potluck put goes is probably produced by sixteen thirty one digital media and is available apple music..

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"keith" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

08:20 min | 1 year ago

"keith" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"Handful of skins games with vin. Scully and i wrote all the copy Get a couple of tournaments with brent. Musburger the copy for that to which he changed express never i never had a problem with And then there are guys like grant boone enrich learner guys that i work with a golf channel. That that right there on that right there so it just depends on the inaugural kind of sit back and talk about maybe an idea or read something and rich would write something and then we go back and forth but You know for lack my career especially at espn espn golf I wrote all the copy for most gop. My golf channel. I wrote all that. So i realized it's like i've been writing. I in writing for the year. So great you can write a book. I'm the hardest part with writing. Fiction is trying to remember what he said on page one because on page two hundred it has to be the you know it has to make says it has to be the same thing. It's just like this happen. Then this happen this happen so right right all has to make sense going along. So who is the person You've written your book. You got your preliminary your script on for Who who do you give it to read. I well again. i've been. I have to to folks in my life that that i count as a tremendous confidence and people that are really important to me on my my youngest son who Was a creative writing and music. Major at the paul. He is my first man of defense. So i rent on with you your kids on exactly right so i'll send him. I'll send him chapters. I'll send him over here and he'll be my first my first line of defense. I'm pretty good with grammar and with with those kinds of things. I'm terrible hung nation. I'm terrible at making sure that you know kind of that. The that the theme stays consistent throughout the whole thing. I the other one is my mother-in-law who has read everything i've written and is another one. That is brutally honest. In fact with cover me boys. I would take her chapters and stories and basically she would like you know my english teacher in fifth grade by because they read lines have you. Can't you can't tell this story. This know you will burn every bridge that you've ever if you ever want to see the light of day in terms of friends in television again you got it not just put a juror. This was cathartic sure it felt good to write it but not when the dress code. You can't you can't so those are the two. And then i gotta spend team at beacon. Publishing group has been tremendous. So they're kinda my lap line of defense against you jake and my mother-in-law then the folks would be taken and really put the fine fine tune it but the fact she touches on it so if you tell somebody who always wanted to write or didn't know they wanted to write but had that part side of them like for me. That's not upside of what i wanna do. But maybe but how would you give advice to somebody who wants to do that. Wants to start against you know. It's hard it's hard to just. I feel self conscious in kind of like saying you know kinda. Here's what you should do because it is different than any different for everybody. But for me i mean i would say just right. You know you don't know whether you can or can't until you try and You know if you've got some stories in your head and you think that they're worthy of putting pen to paper that just but and the other thing i would say read I'm a voracious reader. I love i love you. Guys like michael and and harmon cope i. That's kind of what. I like to read Nelson demille you know case leon to nonfiction but i mostly like mysteries and so you get my you get a sense of how to tell a story by reading some of the great writers who write stories. So that's helped me a tremendous amount. I would just say just do it. Then have somebody that you can trust. Read it and i think writing. Today's a lot different right if you think about our the way we are today with our phones and tick talk and in instagram and everything. That's quick with our social media's that that you have to read to be able to learn how to tell story night because it can't be done in a thirty second paragraph or whatever right so i think you're exactly spot on with that and i write everything i mean my i. My process is everything gets written on a on. Malkin tablet pen. I write handwrite everything. And then i take that over to my computer. So that's kind of my. I edit i write it. And then when i take it over to my computer. That's when i kinda make the first set of changes. And but everything i've written a tend to paper for. Can you read your own handwriting. Like my handwriting's terrible i have. I still have bad thoughts of the nuns. That used to hit me with their yardstick. When i had terrible writing great i was outside the line. I can barely read. It might luckily. I've because when i first started writing piece of advice somebody gave me was. Take a pen and paper to bed. Because sometimes you'll have like these things in the middle of the night you'll wake up with an idea and you can just reach over in the united standing and jotted that i did that for about three nights because i'd wake up in the morning and i couldn't read. I had no idea what i had written. That is just scribbles hieroglyphics so scribblings of a mad man. Right look at some of the you know like for big flies in the flower girl murder. Try and read a couple of chapters in my my handwriting. And i'm like. How did i ever get this transposed to a computer. Well a i in computers very smart. Yes they could read everything now. They can read everything so before we go here. Keith taylor all of our fans and our listeners how they can find your books and a little bit more about murphy murphy. Before we go i. The books are on amazon. Just you can google or put little barky. I learned author. They'll up also at keith hirschson. when we're pay. I t h h. I. r. s. h. land dot com. They're all there and at beacon publishing group dot com and thanks for letting me do that but You know murphy murphy was a ton of fun too right. I mean i guess set out with at and it was funny. 'cause when beacon published government boys. I'm going in I was over the moon that you know. 'cause i had self published books and beacon came in and they had read cover me boys and they said we wanna we wanna take take you are weighing and we want to. We want to release. Cover me boys ongoing in so we did that and When i was writing murphy murphy. I spoke to bobby collins who's might my lead guy at beacon and i said you know. Is this something that you guys would be trusted in and you know. He kind of laughed. He said sounds really fun and sure. Send entre cause you never know. I mean i'm not you know. I'm not stephen king. I'm not like you know the publisher's not like waiting with baited breath for my next book. So you know you don't know if there if it's going to be something that they like or something that they didn't like him. I really sat out with murphy murphy just to have have you know a couple had two hundred and fifty pages of fun and really write a story with the you know the main theme being you know. How many redundant phrases. I can get into this and and i turned out to be a ton of finding right. Now i'm working on We just. I just sent beacon my latest. Which i already said it's called song girl and the idea for that was. I wanted to write a story..

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"keith" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

Huddle Up with Gus

07:12 min | 1 year ago

"keith" Discussed on Huddle Up with Gus

"The tv truck. It's anything but poor. Well i like until a football game right. You got your first quarter where. You're golfers like every thursday friday and then there's the cut but you've got to kind of film every year on tv. For how many hours right. So you don't really at the end in the fourth quarter when it gets exciting and you know the leaders are right every day. It's probably a little easier to film that then absolutely in the beginning. You're just trying to figure out. Who am i gonna shoot. How did you figure that out why you kinda go in with a plan and so you know what was what was mike. Tyson's fame sign. Everybody's got plant. They get hit the mouth or whatever you have a plan because the pairings the groupings come out on wednesday and you're on the air on thursday like say you're at a time might be from one to four from two five or from noon to five and with those early days in the golf channel we kind of had a a motto. Were lucky enough. That we didn't have a sixty minutes to have to go to or any kind of show any other network show off kind of drove the train so they were constantly around the for six eight ten hours and if and we'd sit through rain delays like we wouldn't go away we'd sit there and do interviews but you kind of have a plant. So you have a grouping sad you know there's two or three groups that are going to be in your tv window and you build your kind of build a plan around those guys and the tour was nice enough to kind of make sure that the that bigger name players were playing in the tv window or the guys that you kind of figure. We're going to have a chance to win the tournament. Even though it was thursday or friday So then you go on the air with that plan and then all of a sudden those guys played terrible and somebody on the other side of the golf courses. Lighten it up. So you gotta rearrange. Shift the cameras. You know your whole plan goes out the window you try and do that and throughout the course of my eighteen years golf channel the technology in in broadcasting in sports television in television in general but especially in sports television as you know having. I'm sure you still watch. Nfl games or amazed by what they do now with with with things but in golf it was really when i first started and i hate to go too much into the weeds. But you can only like. I said they're a bunch of guys playing at the same time in the wave in the afternoon waiver. When you're on the air there could be seventy guys playing golf so you can only show. Obviously one of them at a time right so and one of them live at a time. And when i first started. We had four videotape machines. That would record the golf so when the producer a guy named andy young who was my mentor was showing us for at on the twelfth. Green putting for birdie. It was my job to find. Four other shots than i thought andy and he would tell me to save record this record that record this so he could put those that piece of that puzzle back together showing the take shots around the live shots and this was i gather real right here. How many how many cameras were actual video tape machine on machine recording golf shots just you know and the technology was such that you had to record it. So you push playing record Tape tape operated. He'd push playing record record gusts ferraro's second shot at twelve. That would last anywhere between twelve and thirty seconds depending on what happened. You'd give a little bit of pad at the end of it. And then have to stop the machine. Rewind the machine at it up and for to get ready for playback so all this technology rest now. This has gone the way of digital prices that can record and playback up to six things at once. So there's no more you know letting shot go through stopping rewinding it for playback now it's just it can play and record at the same time yet. Already made it easier harder on the gashes and it's so much easier you know because you never have to wait. You know the producer not doesn't have to wait for that other shot to finish to screw up his timing or figure out where he's going to go next is always there ready to go in you. Have things like ball tracer now and you. Have you know how faster swing was so. There's a lot that the people can talk about besides just watching them hit. Yeah absolutely and that's the other part of technology exchange that in the cameras again. I feel like i'm the guy that said. When i i went to school i walked uphill. You know through the snow both ways but you know we are cameraman. We used to lay up to one hundred hundred thousand feet of cable on a golf course and our camera guys would have sections of cable. So there'd be a cable at the t. You'd run to the fairway there'd be another cable from the fairway to the green so our camera guys that were out walking with the groups would plug in at the t. Shoot the shot. Unplug getting a car. Go after the fairway beat the players get to their spot on the fairway plug ins so then we could see the shot again and once called radio frequency technology our our technology came twenty years ago whereas all of a sudden if a camera. There was a receiver and a transmitter transmitter on the camera receiver high up around the golf course and if that camera could see that you could get a picture so all the sudden now you can get a picture from anywhere on the golf course without having to plug in and unplug cables so that was technology that really helped often and but the the tracer technology and the ball speed. We used i. It was my brilliant idea at one point to get the baseball jug skin and we thought because we were turn on time and we pulled into the compound and there was a california highway patrolman there with his radar gun. And i was like well. He measures the speed of the car. You know coming at him. I wonder if we could use something like that. To measure the speed of the golf ball going away. So i called the people at jugs and they sent us a couple of guns and it turned out that it actually worked. We could measure the ball speed when the guy teed off track man right so now. It's of like yeah. The precursor to track was a volunteer sitting. Behind the d-box women jugs gun pointed at. You should have just had a state like would been like state troopers day off coming and they will come on the course where your uniform you can measure all right. That's a good idea. He would have been good attic. Used to work in the darn thing. Right exactly exactly. Hey everyone thank you for listening We're gonna take a quick commercial break. We're talking with author emmy winning producer keith.

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"keith" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"keith" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"It's actually closer to his bike. But which i think is kind of the gravel blake. It still has the mount points that we need to have a second wheel set and still run on roads if he wants exactly. Yeah because i do. I do plan on racing some here coming up once. I get the t t bug out of my system and if it ever leaves i don't know if it will but anyhow autograph refined to try but i don't think that's that's an avenue that i'm gonna be venturing down. I didn't want to and that's that's another level definitely not a level but yeah before we diverged too much What there what's that. No word no. He's not a specialized guy now. I can't i can't go big red. S. i just against my nature but yeah thanks again for coming on man appreciate keith will definitely Guys have me. It was a great experience gadget. Durham just phenomenal. Job with with podcast. People you've been bringing on honored. The guys wanted to have to talk about packing gravel writing. Yeah we we actually had a couple listeners. Mentioned bike packing. We're like well who better than than keith to to talk about it exactly. Yeah no. I appreciate it and i promise keith. I'll come into your world at gravel since you've joined us on a few rides on on the roads and i can't wait to see that the ribble get dirty war than willing to happy to invite you to that world and i have some great trails. I think that you would love neck. Should we take him to allegheny national forest on a snowmobile route. You know what this time around. I'd be ready for it. Thanks again for for coming on and until next time makes keith. Thanks guys thanks. Did amer on hammer on pen brown. Well home was it. Sounds like four music whenever you do it. Because i do that kind of intentionally to do i act out s..

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"keith" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

53/39 Cycling Podcast

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"keith" Discussed on 53/39 Cycling Podcast

"I i love the challenge because i'm a sadist or masochist or whatever the heck it is i don't anymore but anyhow speaking of of different kinds of barriers when when you start up these foul or when i ride with near urus yeah i mean i got different speeds sometimes off on ads here way more seriously. An idea keith. I actually challenged challenge. It's not it's not a struggle but it's definitely challenge to keep working. You're not mr cargo keith keith. And i actually had a conversation. Didn't tell nicb a belt so keep kept on. What did you say. Whenever i said hammer on you responded with pedal keenly or something right To which i ha- advancing handle that. I like eating this. Everybody's got handle i i. I wish i did have the realization though that hammer on is relative so like my hammer is very different from pretty much. Everyone's and it's it's it's a relative thing so you know hammer on your own relative. Hammering sounds stupid. now that i've said it out loud so probably cut this but whatever a lot of things that you say end up that way. Oh burn so moving on keith. You kind of touched on this a little bit. But with the the james but tell us a little bit more about your your stable of bikes. There's one in particular that i think andrew nyerere pike fat fascinated with drop baddie. So we let a call it. You can call it. Whatever you warrants here. i don't wanna get. Oh okay. I little world you. Deep dish just said that. Get out of here. Deep dish is the only kind of pizza. I don't know how to come back from that one. Because it's right dead on the inside now keith. just died. We lost keith again. I i just watched his line just totally flat. He's going have to. He's going to have to see that cute. Ems check again where to go. So i have a. I don't know how i agree. Audible bikes it just happened..

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"keith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"keith" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Keith Coup Welcome back to something. Nine. Saturn has Keith coup on today's show. Talking to Jason COMESA, who is the chief revenue officer of Blackheart. Blackheart is a Saas platform that is helping retailers not charge their customers. It's a try before you buy concept, so the retailers get to send product to their customers, and it does not hit there. Credit cards, So it's very interesting. So don't go away on this week's cyber tip. I'm gonna dive into what's been going on with the colonial pipeline. Incident, which is where the colonial pipeline serves a major port of Serves a major part of oil supply to the Eastern seaboard. The United States they were Attacked with ransomware in order to be safe. They shut down the entire operation, causing oil prices to spike due to lack of supply. Well in that the CEO Joseph Blount decided on behalf of the company to pay 4.4 million in ransomware in the equivalent of 75 Bitcoins. So he paid that in order to get the keys unlock all the information. What's more interesting is has now been found out that the FBI they were able to recover 63.7. Of the 75 Bitcoin that was used to pay his ransom. Now the question is, How does the FBI do that when Bitcoin is supposedly anonymous, with getting into too much detail, apparently the FBI and some other investigation Had access to this ransomware, a gang that they have their private keys to the crypto currency. And so with that private keys, they will be able to unlock their digital wallet and take The Bitcoin that had not yet been moved, which was 63.7. So it just goes to show that even for the people who think they're smart, even the people that have all these systems in place, even the thieves can be also have their Cryptocurrency stone. If you don't know what you're doing. And that's the cyber tip of the week..

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"keith" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"keith" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Back on sci-fi talk with dr peter keith. Apparently there is more references than just the name of the ship ulysses but also an artificial intelligence called odysseus. So yeah you're in homer territory a little bit there. Yeah i really am I wa- i'm i'm a huge fan of the classics earliest classics Gilgamesh the iliad. The odyssey and i find named So i have a background. Believe it or not at education psychology and i find the evolution of human thought. Fascinating as this series progresses. Sears goes from that that first book which is very grounded to a second book where they have an encounter acupressure which is which is the name of it which brings things further into the kind of world of of craziness while still saying staying grounded. These these same people that you experienced in that first book who you know who worked the problem in very scientific ways and now they encounter in the second book of problem that maybe they can't understand you know As i said in the beginning this is kind of a little bit. Like you know. Carl sagan star trek which would have been a lot more like two thousand one space odyssey to me and of course two thousand one a space odyssey jupiter counter there. And there's no finer science fiction film than that. But i always wondered what if that wasn't really there for us. You know what if you had an encounter with something that was you know as enigmatically alien and difficult to understand and possibly impossible understand but back to the question about the home eric aspects of the book it also this kind of ties in with it. It's it's the unknown and the idea of the unknown and the title wind. Dark deep of course comes from. That's a little bit of cal you know. That's that's a Ulysses his lowest And you know railing at the gods know whatever seek me in that wind dark deep and i will rise back up but it also goes down to the paradox in that very title. It's it's variously translated wine. Dark sea wind dark deep depths. But that and that's the ocean and the ocean is not red. Wine is red. It turns out that the ancient proto greeks and as a matter of fact most ancient peoples do not have a word for blue. They couldn't see it. It was a a differentiation of green or the darkness of red in the darkness of the blue was the same thing to them and it makes us recognize. That blue is a concept. It's a color. The electromagnetic spectrum is just that it's a spectrum somewhere along the way human beings learn to discern blues from greens. But that is not how we started. And so that's a little bit of hint to as they progress into this more realistic more fantastic world. You know step by step from the realistic into the fantastic. There are things that.

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"keith" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

05:25 min | 2 years ago

"keith" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes

"Now another addition of tony auto on cy fi talk lord of the rings type Abraham but i remember votes. Julian sounds creepy. Man who your mazda. Someone i two. Wow hey that's great. Appreciate my guy. The archangel gabriel is early. What is most important. Is that burnham forgives herself because as burnham i carry a tremendous amount of guilt and shame on my name is alex zahara played even god's zales to iron shirt the one eyed onus breaking code rush almetco. Were not seifi talk. Typical behavior effects. What's it like. Urfi you both to kind of act two things. That aren't there. Well you know sometimes you have that experience anyway. Gone in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusion. Wrong and prosper. Hi this is joanie tomato. Welcome to i talk and today we have. Arthur are peter keith. Who has an interesting book. It's actually part of a series called wine dark deep. It's interesting it's about. The ship called ulysses and ulysses has kind of a description says difficult encounter with rebels on the asteroid series which is a real asteroid. Welcome mr keith. It's great to talk to you about this book. Thank you so much for having me on so yeah tell us about the story and kind of how how it came to you. Sure you know it's It's it's the first in a series and it's designed to be First and foremost a lot of fun but hard science-fiction condos Sci fi adventure. So it's And i'm very gratified that seems to be something that People are having a an easy entry into world apart science fiction with cool basically it's It deals with minors asteroid of series and just for listeners. Where exactly is that located well. It's it's continuously circling the sun Somewhere in the asteroid belt a between mars and jupiter and I think probably the easiest way for me to talk about. This story is to talk about the genesis of it..

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