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"kevin kennon" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

The Tennis Podcast

06:29 min | 8 months ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on The Tennis Podcast

"Medicare and therapy against Asia Muhammad and Jessica Pergola. She really could be the double. Which Kevin Kennon was annot Kenan was beaten in the in the doubles the quotas. Hey Fakes beginning to get Kenan Colin's. And we'll get it. Get it tomorrow. where. Have some go into beat Kenan? Collins. That we saw earlier today that was the first match the day wasn't it and we were watching. Yeah I mean because mainly because of your reaction to the first seven games, because of the of of the way is behaving and you looked happier than I've seen you in months. I. Loved It I. Absolutely. Yeah I mean like I can't remember all the things I said about it now I feel. Real tennis relived from thirteen hours ago from the site group but I just I was so invigorated by both of them really I mean, they say control as said, last night loved ones to Burn I. Love The contrast with. With Daniel, Collins and I loved it she didn't really. Seem to get roiled by. Dino was doing kind of asks you. Attitude and she actually. She. Kinda money whether it was Japan Renault. I don't know. But she really kind of subdued collins in the second set she went. She went quiet well, but playing absolutely incredible tennis. But let's let's just rewind a little bit because personally I did think she was. Not I don't WanNa say put off but I think she went into a shell because she was six four three love down and this, and this was in the early stages of the match. It was very, very quiet early in the day, nobody would really come in yet and and I just started to notice that Collins was gesturing to somebody in a box and waving a hand as if to say, come on, come on, let me hear you I need more emotional need to hear you and she wasn't getting enough back and I know she got two three people they're nervous thinking Nicholas Mel Magara your coach he is not the type who is going to be shouting and screaming. I don't know what you're expecting anyway I didn't think too much more of it, and then the next thing you just heard the kind of noise that you demonstrated to us castor in with her shouting come on in the loudest. Most aggressive manner you could possibly imagine, and then she won that point and the next point she went let's go and she didn't even more loud and and in a way that if I was her opponent, I would be first of all slightly taken aback think and and I don't know whether I'd be annoyed about or just a bit. Shocked and a bit scared by it. And the what I got from it because this happened several times, she did this about seven times and I thought. On survivor. The force of that personality I think. Subdued her for quite a while and she didn't play her own expressive branded tennis and then halfway through that second set collins did seem to climb down and this was when she was leading seven three eleven jabber just. Started to play the most incredible tennis it was. Highlighted by a full blooded serve out wide from Collins met with a can't cushioned dropshot winner of the return which I think of any of the scene Mansour Bahrami hit net with face. I mean she. Believe what she was saying she was kind of. She kind of had to give credit for it, and you pointed out a few times that she she's actually a really good sport in terms of. Of congratulating parents and I've I've never really seen that before but she was twice i. saw in the I applaud. Shots bounce it. I do love that combat of of the aggression but the. The goods sports, person ship of of just acknowledging an opponent shot. I think I've on safe ground to say that Daniel Collins Divides most people I. Think you know you Kinda lover a hater think we'll down on the same side of that in terms of when she's on the call I mean to me just makes she makes tennis more interesting more entertaining and someone who works a lot of tennis matches. That's that's kind of what I'm after and particularly in an empty stadium where they can be a bit lifeless she she brings energy to them certainly when she was playing her best in that Mac, she didn't first and third sets. And I think. Her screams have even more fact an empty stadium because they echo and reverberate around you kinda get a double scream. I was I was sad to see on stripper go out. Because as you said that that purple pack she hit in the middle of the match was as as exhilarating as any tennis of seen this tournament I, think the the dropshots. Power from the baseline and it was just so impressive and I just think the problem in the third set was that she just couldn't hold serve that is that is Mary Quito's. Rule in tennis, you have to figure out a way to hold serve, and Collins was doing such a good job of jumping on on the returns and putting on the pressure and. In the end her force of personality and and the ability to dominate longer Sir I think through. But yeah, it was a fantastic entertaining match probably one of the best matches starting at seven o'clock in the morning that I can ever remember. I felt a little bit for Nicole micro getting. Getting shouted at. But as you pointed out, Catherine. He he did know what he was signing up for I. do think that's a very interesting part that coaching relationship. She's got to have someone who doesn't mind getting shouted at or being told to bring energy on the court and I think a lot of I. Think a lot of coaches wouldn't like that or woods throughout a bit of a fast maybe in. Micro certainly seems to be doing something right because they've just teamed up together and she's having her best ever results on client who's fresh off the tour little bit like David Fair I always at. A. Place..

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

06:55 min | 8 months ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on The Passing Shot Tennis Podcast

"Okay came. So we've had the second half of all of the round four matches today apart from. People. On people and off Daniel Collins, on Danielle Collins are going to be playing tomorrow because of the weather. But let's let's talk about the matches that have happened and let's start with. Let's start with. Patrick Evita because we have just spoken about is. Issue now, the inherited favorite from Saleh because they're all, they're all think a significant number of fans and the people in the press people in the media who would probably say you know Patrick vetiver is is looking is looking very good and you know even though she's not been the greatest kind of clay court player in the possum using this is I know you have second appearance in quarterfinal? Ever Ah at the French. Open. Nothing first twenty twelve. A law people saying that she is now she is now the favourite I mean she came through quite easily against Jiang hsi-wei six, two, six, four, one, hour, twenty, five minutes. I mean, what do you think I mean I feel like we're on a collision course for potentially. A cannon semi final. But do you think what would you think about Kavita? What did you think she stands kind of getting into the second week of the French Open. Well. She's Lower Ziegler next and have to say that Christmas the favourite for that one given. A format grandma she's a two-time select Sim champion and Reach final last year. So I mean, yes she's not being at this stage of girls for years but Her ability is is still that and have formed today was very impressive. Hairpin wasn't really anything ever going to particularly challenge. For just managed the Powell Haredi so you. Would expect. To come through against Zeke but I think. I think, yeah that that semi that we will kind of looking with. That would be with Kenan is the maybe the Perhaps, that will be the batch for the tournament riddick given the fact that they're the only to slam champions left in it but some. Yeah, I'd like to see Kavita win another slam I think. She was quite, very strong. Thanks Day because you know the horrendous knife attack a couple of years back and I, think it was three years ago the at road and where she came back from that I almost back so. I think it'd be back in at this stage in the last eight of the tournament hair. It's it does mean a lot to her and I think if she can kind of channel that that. I I wouldn't be surprised if she went and won the tournament Joe. Yeah she's always kind of bear isn't a dangerous player which puts it all together. It's interesting because we look at. Grand Slam record she's those two titles at Wimbledon and I think that's where you know see the British public fell in love with her but we don't really associate with being able to do it on a on a clay court and you look at. How qualities in terms of you? Now, she is a very powerful hitter from the baseline and you you. You know obviously that works very well on a on across court. but yeah, I. Think into the French Open on clay cool I was just wondering. How how how is that going to work because she really sort of a loopy. Heavy for. So apply she hit like a little bit more flat but I mean, she still has even these calls. She still has kind of the. She still has the power to hit clean winners I mean she hit twenty three. Against Changsha today. And Yeah I just think I just wonder if you know she's going to be able to just kind of blow away the competition with with that sort of that sort of play wherever she can whether she can keep I know she's going to have hodder opponents if down the line with potentially. Kevin Kennon in the in the semifinals Siegelman as well is going to be you know no slouch. So. Yeah it's. It's. It's still kind of I. Think there is danger that. I think. Looking at butterball feeder before the total dating, we were thinking the. Candid. Could be the loss to seats. The law seeds left it on in the bottom half of the draw but. Hey. That's that's where and you know this French Open has been unpredictable but convertible I think has shown so far that she's been A. She's been pretty solid and lift up. I mean she's lived up to her seating so far yeah. She hasn't come through with any major dramas and I think Joe is most natural SF space or the one that we would associate with she has won a few of the Klay Premiere Events Unai she's one Madrid Tom's thing. So I think especially with indoor play she's she's she quite likes that so I think necessarily this. Is. A, really fall score is going to be perhaps a massive issue I today I mean Zeke. Men today she came through against Paulo. DOSA. In straight-sets, she's off to that first round. Of It and the drama of the double bounds she's been making swift progress through and. Some fog still to lead that game. LITERALLY WITH PEOPLE ARE PAINTING OF DOOMSDAY scenario we've kind of like. Ziegler. Zeke. But there's always going to win the French Open. How she could live for the rest of our life knowing that she double bouts did that I rattled to get rich. How she lived with. Renault in that. Scenario just yet but. Hov Today Zeke decided to during her payments medical timeout. She went over to get a nice top of noodles or something. And then she decided that with a full eating eating a box of carbs and she said she, she was kind of a bit loan call. She wants to have a a sugar rush but she didn't really found see like on an open on she wants something really substantial. So she also. Get some some up and she just sat ain't as a say I love I love how you the script or the take out via physio. Is Not the. really interesting though because it's not something. We see. If I can remember. The. Incident the. Brought to my mind. Maybe for British fans, there's been Marcus Willis. A think a few years ago. I had a can of coke and a snickers bar on shaven. It gave me kind of flashbacks of that but I've never.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

Leadership and Loyalty

14:28 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on Leadership and Loyalty

"Top management thinker. Globally by thinkers fifty in addition to serving his clients Lee also serves on the board of Pacific seafood alleged seafood company North America. It has altered no less than fifteen popular leadership books and has been translated into ten languages. Ladies and gentlemen please put your hands together and help me welcome. This is a future great to be here doing wonderful. We've got a great day ahead of us. We love it so love to be able to do stuff like this with you so appreciate the opportunity where we like to start a show. Always show is in this world of influence and influences and thought leaders and all these silly titles. I always like to ask my guests who who's been a major influence in your life that we may or may not know somebody. We may not even suspect we may never have heard of. Who's been a really big impact on your life to two different people? One is Ken Blanchard Margie. Blanchard of course from one minute manager. Bill Wonderful Firm. They've been a great role model for my wife and I who co-founded offer twenty years ago. So they did. A great example of two equal partners not worn subordinate to the other and great thinkers and thought leaders and they're just the approach and how they serve others has really been an inspiration for us. Another person is a My kind of a mentor friend. End a publisher of many of my books getting David Koch will bestselling author in his own right and he always when asked me what I send him a draft he is? I think I was done and I was excited to. Kinda just finish up the book and he'd say Lee is that your best work and then it would always kind of create Paul Stink but he's just been a great friend and mentor and Inspiration for me. Also David Koch will so. It's interesting particularly with. David is because I I've always said real friends are not the people who pat on the back try. They don't own smoke. Machines are skirt. They own the truth right and they're always calling us to that higher level so I love the asked you that question. That is so cool. And we're in can I don't know why but can is? A great guy spoke on stage at Cannes last year event for Soviet leaders and is the real deal. Yeah absolutely and it's funny because offstage is an old man. Onstage turned it on like but we did some transformation and it's and I see that a lot with three kids I see. There's something particularly with a real go about stepping up to serve right so ugly. There's a whole new level of energy is quite fascinating. We find that the most gifted speakers really when they're up on stage they really their mindset. Is I'm out there to serve the audience and make sure they get the right experience on this versus. It's my performance right and Kim and Kevin Kennon bodies that absolutely so where a really wanted to go with. This conversation was a place because you had come association and we had talked about about leadership we talked about. Royalty obviously has the name of the show about wonderful Let's let's use it would superficially simple an I mean that unpublished because it's easier to grasp but this great depth to it and that's why I say superficially simple because you have this wonderful model a engagement where you talk about the three things that we as leaders need to do to engage mind but also separately to engage another three things that are separately to engage hearts right. I really wanted to make our show to be focused in on that today. A really want to look at that because I think okay is such a powerful pace looking at you know. Walk us through the three three then. We'll go back over okay. And that's great. I'm glad you chose to do that. Because it's it's really embodies kind of simplicity. I was telling me about pretty simple minded guy so we just tried to take leadership challenges and figure out what's the simplest solution between amd because we could create a graph of had engaged people as big as this wall behind me but the fact is the complexity gets in the way of execution so we try to boil down a symbol. Choose as you alluded to earlier. That a timely yet timeless so as we were looking back in two thousand four hundred what is it that makes organizations the best teams Kinda succeed? Really what is it that enables leaders to get? We call discretionary effort really get the people willingly give their their precious time and energy to go above and beyond and help a team. And so what my back on organizational psychology so? I believe that to be a great leader. If you really just love people and understand people you could be a great leader so our goals just understand that human dynamic so in that I would just did. Some research identified. Three core needs. That people need to be met at least the meat to engage people intellectually so it's a need for achievement autonomy mastery. And so if you meet those needs to engage people's mind intellectual engagement that on the other side there are three emotional needs need those needs. We engage people's hearts. We call it emotional engagement. So it's the need for a purpose. The needs intimacy and the need for appreciation together. So we get in Dade People's minds we get performance. We gave people's hearts and get passion together. We call it passionate performance which is really getting a strong and sustained intellectual and emotional commitment to do your work but at sounds Mumbo jumbo onto piled high indeed but so it's really passionate performance is nothing more than getting discretionary effort from your team. It can't be all about the Mike can be all about the heart. It's all about the mind becomes a sweatshop drive drive drive. It's all about the heart then it's just a party but it's balance of understanding the full cursor and meeting those needs to have a key is as a leader. We have to look past the employee to the person to identify those needs. Those needs are not the same. I might not have every person. The need for appreciation on the emotional side Had A client. This time said I can't believe it. I said this guy. These gift certificates to go. See this new the Dallas blooms which is great all these tools and blooms arboretum. He didn't realize the guy had allergies right. Like you have to understand the person to appreciate people in each of these six needs. I mentioned on either side. We have to make sure that we're meeting those in a way that's authentic to us is a leader not just like boilerplate and also in a way that be action meets. That needs that particular I so these are very simple. Yes very easy very obvious but desperately important for us to pay attention to which is that the research the PR people are unique people. Subjective when we come up with a right answer for For Solution you know the example. You get which I think is great which is Which is the recognition of people? The the appreciation of people in my book fiercely. Low wanted things I talked about was that there was a company that were in the northwest and Tech Company and they rewarded. Everybody who did really great in sales by giving them season tickets to The seahawks great wonderful except the two people studying in the bar. One of them is somewhat knew. Isn't it great? That's a lot of money while they really appreciate it really recognizes. Meanwhile the other guys go on. It sucks why. I don't like football. I don't like football at all so this is not a good gift. This is not a good option for me and I think that so often we we. We don't bother to find out what the person is. I'm being a good boss because I do. This is my on my back for myself but did I above find out who the human was. No that is a problem absolutely. And that's and these these needs. They spanned generations and cultures and geographies. So for example. If I'm managing a baby boomer. I know that person's need for treatment. It's huge generally speaking. That's big I wanNA. I WanNa make sure meeting that. Need of managing the lineal. I WANNA make sure. There's plenty of research from Daniel. Paint talks about how those three key needs the need for mastery autonomy and appreciation right. So so it's really and I don't. I hate the pain of broad picture of generation but it does help us see. It's all about understanding. What is it important to that person? We all have those six needs. Let me be clear about that. We all have but we have to understand how each person likes to have that need met for me right so Again as an important point one everybody comes to is again back to this subjectivity. Because you can go away from this show and go okay. These are the sixers. Meet these three and these three. I'm rocking it. But the subjectivity is. What does that mean to that person? What does achievement mean to me? Most is what it means to you. Or what have you go? Well I got I got it under a million in sales and I go treatment to me well achievement to me is that I got these three notes back from my clients. Who Said thank you for this and for wonderful so's my need for. Achievement is recognised. You'll need his youth thinking on the loser. I'm thinking you're right so she's the thing. I think it's really. I think. The leaders fail so often to recognize the subjectivity. And so again I want to just put it forward because what you said is so important these three in the three but remember those labels on a box. That's an intensive box are incredibly subjective and use a leader to be a great leader. Go to shut up and ask questions and listen. Listen we and we believe that's probably the most powerful yet under utilized leadership tool is just listening. We joke to tell some we make a nice living out of going to companies and just listening Borland and an an. They're like magic. They tell you all this stuff. It's not me there's a pent up need people wanna be heard and maybe there was somebody. That wasn't listening and so they're willing to tell somebody but it's very powerful. You could ask the right questions. Just listening Keys listened with the intent to understand. Don't listen with the intent to respond and we find that a lot. You know we're talking. We're talking a- do interviews just like you do is oftentimes. I find myself okay. I'm not barely listening to the response. And I'm I'm landed at my next follow up question and at the same thing happens in any any interaction life or we could be thinking about G. I gotta be my dry cleaning. All kinds of stuff goes on but really the gifted people give their leaders. Really listen to understand. They're watching the whole person. The reading non verbals. They're comfortable with silence. They're letting the person processing answered and not just like jumping in. I'm not great about that myself. I I tend to talk fast Someone does give me a quick response. I repeat the question. How stupid of me. I was very condescending to them as if they didn't understand the question. I just I need to be quiet. You know what it's like. Count The fiving ahead with silence. It sounds like it feels like fifty seconds five seconds so just letting people respond giving them some space in air and then really listening. It sounds against some simple but really very few people really know how to listen with the intent to understand and then that's made powerful from a leadership perspective. Like I really get who you are. I get where you're coming from. I get your motivations now. I can really manage you and lead you more effectively but really. It's a fairly rare rare skill that people have developed. It is so let's let's walk through the these three and three for a minute because I want you to be able to show without viewers and listeners. What each of the means I mean. We've just touched on Wannabe teachers achievement. The he might think it's one hundred million dollars for me might be to get three notes back. We also touched on appreciation. That if you give the person show tickets to the to the flowers shown versus allergic or you give him football tickets and they'd hate football. This is not smoke. So let's you know. I think we've given some good examples. Walker Sir some lists walk through those. So let's talk about autonomy because again these. These are definitely outlined in fiercely loyal. But I wanNA hear from you because I think that it's again each one of these is grossly misunderstood right. That's why I said superficially simple very depths. So let's talk about autonomy does autonomy means in your research and your work. What does it mean to the employee? And what does it need to mean to the employer to the lease term shirt? So if you think about if you think achievement is like the what aligning on what we have to do. What's important to us autonomous kind of the how so people generally want some control over their work. Even in the lowest level jobs we can give people kind of boundaries say within those boundaries. You figure out how to get your job done best. On Toyota's a great example of that they get about over a million suggestions in some research over three million suggestions from employees prior year.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

"As sean in Home Bittermann dollars. Some we've discussed articles to Samir dot is working looking okay knowing bundler stuff. We must be smuggling photography. Yeah Well Gee seamlessly villas in. Nobody will Lebanese related but what they neither here nor must minimum motionless. Kevin Kennon Kigoma go for those. That are not robust. Almost just get in the mood. The Spider Theater Dino remedy singing the mcgahn mcgahn owner of your Sunday. This will be your mental Mini took one one of those the letters Gift from Komo's for over sallow. But if you've seen see now what e- You a warm showers Shocking but I.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

Christian Podcast Community

13:19 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on Christian Podcast Community

"Seeks question even do exist. Own lives as the word. Got the job. World is. Generally world is genuine. My name is Daryl. Yeah. I'm here with my wife came. Also known as and canon. Use colour canon, Kenan, they go Kevin Kennon I think, as the first one couldn't say are controlled Karen, so I was cannon among other names. I have a lot of names you do. Fifty fifty is your social media name? And now everybody caused that. All the. Actually some. There are some people that don't realize my name, isn't ready. I love him. Ask you, your name's shitty. Is it really? No, it's nickname. Oh, it's how'd you get that nickname? And the funniest. The funniest is when I tried to get Syria to call me fifty. How did you couldn't do it? You could say Siri, call me something so that when you address her, or when you ask her something she can dress, you as whatever you want. So she was like, okay, fifty. And then I was like, no fifty fifty. Okay. Big tea, and I'm like, no fit like I literally could not do it. It's crazy. Yeah. I'm gonna I'm gonna have to try again, call me. Call me name, okay. Big teeth. Nice. Something. Big. And we also have. Bacon and eggs, I'm also he's and use that used to call me Dolly. Yeah. Married. He said, I was your Dali. Yeah. Karen, you telling way too much. I'm not gonna call you Dahlie on this show. Maybe some other time but not here on this show. Karen what I want to know is why do I get so motion. When I watch America's got talent. Whenever the person gets the golden buzzer. Man, try not to cry. Choked up. I cry after almost every. I guess every person that does. Well, I guess. Yeah. Well, a lot of cry cry. Well, a lot of times, they have people on the show that, like, you know, they'll tell you, they're hard luck story, you know, or they tried to make it when they're younger older backup singer backup dancer. They wanna be a star. That's nice like the, the one all few ladies have said this, actually, they, they just stopped into care of their kids. And then now they have some free time again. I was thinking, that's, that's. That was the right thing to do. I think it's because the underdog story like appeals to. Too many people. Yeah. Oh, the come from behind win or somebody who has had a disease or sick or in a car accident. Or they lost a loved one, and now they're there to, to honor their loved one. But that I think that just shows that were made in the image of God. And we know the underdog story of fallen nature fallen, man, that needs deamer needs a hero. And that person is Christ. And even even the story of the gospel, like our hero king like all his disciples think he's gonna take over right there and become king. Then he dies on the cross, and you know, and he's dead. He's in the grave. And then he comes back story that, that we all love, you know, he didn't just come and just became, you know, like he came and you had to die are death and it look it looks defeat it and then he's in the great for three days in rises again. And now he's risen and he is king. And he'll come back, he's gonna come back in triumph when the gospel goes to the whole world. But we see that we see that in movies, too, you know, so it's not just, you know, America's got talent or shows like that the appeal to us, and that's why a lot of people watch these shows, but we see all the superhero movies that come out or even passer, Luke talks a little bit about Harry Potter in one of his, his sermons. And when I first saw Harry Potter like the whole series in how spoiler alert Harry has to die in order to defeat the evil dark Lord Volta mortar. And then he comes back I said, the same. Not be named. And then he comes back, so you see that gospel story in, in the writings, I don't, I don't know if Jay Rowlings Christian Mitch you might even grew up in that background. But we see that and then apparently a story to like wasn't she homeless? And maybe like she came from nothing. I think and just Man, I don't know. I don't know one wire how but. In again, the marvel superhero movies that are out DC. We see these heroes that. Look like they're being sacrificial or that are being. Saying official like putting their lives on the line. And I think something happens in endgame, where one of the I don't want to see and talk more about examined seen it. But I don't I don't know. know. I think it's that, like perseverance endurance thing too. It's like. Eared through all this offering. And, you know all these trials and on still here. So it's like even even sports. I think a lot of people watch sports. That. I'm a Mets fan. So my baseball teams always the underdog, even when they signed great talented players. They're not gonna wins when they do. It's like, oh, look at this they want, but I probably will never see him win the World Series whatever. You never know. I'm not I'm not as obsessed anymore care over. I know. It's been a while, but we're not talking going to have the whole episode on that, but it was something I was thinking about because we just watched the America talent. And like every time, it's on I'm like, there's always one moment. So I'm used to be so mean now. But we're just going to do an episode kind of giving you a heads up the listeners out there, a couple of guests, we have coming on hopefully in July. I know I know they have a busy schedule. And it's hard to nail these guests down, and we keep saying we're gonna have guests on. We're gonna have guests on. But people are busy, they have lives, and we'll get some guests on here, but we're going to have. Choline sharp from theology gals. She's going to be a guest and she, she. Is available in July. She said, so, so we'll get her on. And she's gonna talk about discernment. Especially the sermon in, in women's ministry, 'cause her podcast, addresses, a lot of it's not just a discernment podcast that she has. She talks a lot about theology, a lot about reform theology from Presbyterian perspective. Suggestion Peter's podcast, we're still waiting for the decay on the stern. You Justin Peters when his is going to be discernment either specific he's going to talk about. But it's more of a bible teaching podcast. I'm sure topics like that will come up with him. Yeah, I'm not sure when that is coming out. I believe Andrew reports been on his case still waiting forward. Nick Swayne for some music. We will get him on. Hey. Choline together on discernment on the servant. I don't know probably hard to nail both in down for the same time, but we'll see. We'll see. We'll see what happens, but it's important to be discerning. I'm just gonna read from Philippians. Paul writes about the sermon is Philippians chapter one versus nine to eleven from the NAS be the non Armenian standard bible, or new American standard by and word. Have got says and this I pray that your love may be may abound, still more and more in real knowledge and all discernment so that you may approve the things that are excellent in order to be sincere and blameless until the day of Christ having been filled with the fruit of righteousness, which comes through Jesus Christ to the glory and praise of God. So Paul wants us to be. I'm sorry. He wants us to have real knowledge in all discernment, so that may be proved things that are excellent. So we need to discern the things that are excellent to know what is good to learn from. And what is not what is good. To edify us as Christians encourage us to the cycle in our walk and the things that aren't good things that we should stay away from. So why would you say discernment is important? Well, the sermon this is like, I think the thing that I think about most often because there's so much out there. There's so many Christian influencers and there's. I think it's so easy to not know how to discern, especially now, like because there's so many popular pastors and there's so many like celebrity passers, I guess you'd say and there's so many books out there and, and had you know, you know. But I think it's important because. You could really be let us stray pretty easily. By the wrong message, you know. Yeah. And even like. You know, I wouldn't necessarily say that people who listen to bad teachers. We're not saying they're not Christians or even the false. Teachers may. In some cases be Christian, but. We have to be careful, you know, God wants us to discern. He wants us to know what's good and solid, and then everybody has one hundred percent right? But there are things that we can know and there's good teaching there's bad teaching and is important that we, we teach each other, you know, especially as husband wife is a family to be in the word to know what is good. And what is false and I think I've shared that quote before, from Spurgeon, basically, he says, discernment isn't knowing the -sarily knowing right from wrong. But right from almost right. And that's why it's where it's hard like you're saying, there's so many things out there that are from this Christian world from different teachers here and there that make it sound almost right? And that's when it's most dangerous when it's not as obvious what their teaching is wrong. Some discernment bloggers and posters posters hoaxers could contend to go overboard, where that's all they do is just, you know, find the false teacher. Find the false teacher when that's not that's not necessarily good thing to do this calling out names constantly, we should call out names because we want to warn warn the flock. You know, we're not to go ultimately, we can't. Always convince people that certain teachers are bad. All's we can do is show them the evidence in God guide them in the correct way to go. But it's just sad. I dunno breaks my heart. When when good solid Christians are following false. Teachers reading in promoting false books and order, they quote them. And it's like, well what does that mean in context is that? Is that quote true? But it sound was true. And again, that's the discernment part like this is almost true. But what's the foundation underneath of.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Maybe you can contribute to, you know, some families that of illegal illegal immigrants in some of their children, or something like that. But I think it's just to me it just turned out not. I watch football a little bit. But I'm not into it with the coaches and all this. I just think I just think it's overblown embarrassing. I don't know you know, if this you know they're trying to get one team owner or the relationship because. Yeah. You did hear some conspiracies Dave dine in San Antonio, thinks they're going after him because he's a friend of Donald Trump. Tony thinks it's the Miami Dolphins. Thank god. Oh, Dan Marino was not involved because I would never think the same Dan Marino. Tom sees it as a body, double Roger Goodell. Setting him up. We've run to a bunch of theories here. You can pick whichever one you want. Okay. Well, an- anyway, I guess the bottom line is I just think it's you can't say bottom in a case like this. If someone said rear end you've got say, bottom Joe, you're a good sport. We love you calls. You keep calling the show. But I got the eleven o'clock news. Thanks. Joe bye. That was a really interesting our. That was a really. I there were some things that are that I'd never thought of and you thought I was fetched. Nothing bad. Well, we're taking a break. We're going to step aside for Jim McKay. And the eleven o'clock news. I have no idea what we're going to talk. I know we're gonna talk we're going to keep this up. We had Kevin Kennon and James coming up on the other side and room for you. The no hitter is going on now.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:25 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on WTVN

"What it was three years ago. And that's how capitalism works name is Jeff it's west I Jeff, and I think we as parents have done a horrible job of teaching our kids, what capitalism is. And we're talking about the fact that earlier this week, I saw nationwide children's hospital said they're going to increase their minimum wage that they pay to their employees their their minimum wage employees to fifteen dollars an hour from ten dollars an hour to thirty three percent increase in pay. Nearly a third of nationwide. Children's hospital staff will get a raise as a hospital increases in the minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. In addition to that eighteen hundred employees will be brought to higher than fifteen dollars an hour. Or another tooth? I'm sorry. Another two thousand people over that. Dr Steve Allen nationwide. Children's hospital. CEO said the decision marks commitment to the wellbeing of employees will help attract the best people to entry level position. And support the staff and delivering quality patient care guess who's going to pay for that you and me and there've been lot government that said we need increase the minimum wage mandating it right now. Eight fifty five in the state of Ohio, and they were talking about increasing it. In addition to nationwide children's hospital, Amazon's increased it nationwide insurance increased their minimum wage at the starting pay rate up to fifteen dollars an hour. And that was in two thousand fifteen at an insurance has done the same. And just this week. Target said they'd boost minimum wage to fifteen dollars an hour. This is a topic. That's not going away. This is a topic that the democratic candidates for president are going to push in with these boneheads. Don't understand is by increasing minimum wage mandating government, all you're doing is increasing the price of some of the items of which the minimum wage employee purchases most fast food. So you're going to work them out of house and home in all it does is hurt guys like me. They hadn't had raised since two thousand seven you. And I've done a horrible job of teaching our kids, what capitalism is Mark. Thanks for holding grunts extend to be TVN. Hey, gyp. There's going to be some interesting propaganda tonight on sixty minutes. I was just flipping through the program guy. This guy named Ray dally always a philanthropist. He'll be discussing problems with American capitalism, and how the expanding income gap between the rich and the poor is damaging the country. This guy's a socialist. It doesn't like capitalism, and I understand what you're saying about. What these cost increases like the hiking the minimum wage will do in the long run. It's by it's not an accident there stupid. Yes. But they're brilliantly stupid because they want to bring down this country, and like Brock Obama said always say the opposite of what you're going to do anything these socialists like Obama and others that are currently in office matter not just running for office. But they're in office. Anything they say they're going to do and the promises they make. It's the exact opposite. They hate capital this capitalism because everybody gets a fair shot. They wanna be at the top of the scrap heap. Which is what we're going to have. Once we adopt, socialism like Venezuela. Maybe we can abandon it like Chile did and Chile Chile. Whatever is now prospering because they are capitalistic. But our kids aren't learning that. Mark, thanks for your call. And thanks for listening. I shave very much you're spot on with that and socialism is bad. And we got to do everything we can to fight it because it's not the right thing. But we've done a horrible job of teaching our kids about capitalism, and the capitalism is good America's older generation has no one to blame on that Mark. But ourselves because they delivered their we delivered our children and grandchildren to the hands of unionized public schools run by lefties, and with the dumbed down base curriculum. We sat in front of TV's and computer screens without paying attention to the nonstop message of civilization self loathing in the from the mainstream media is it any surprise that the millennial generation see socialism isn't answered all the world's shortcomings. Hell, no. It isn't. It's to them. It's utopian. It's utopian ideals of total equality, and in and in what what we know. No is what young people are we done horrible job at teaching them that and I think you're going to continue to see more of that has democratic candidates crisscrossed the country to to raise money to run for president and that'll be one of their platforms. Because that's a democratic platform. Twenty leagues you're gonna see Kevin. What's your thought on this? Well, let's say major difference. Second. No Chuck Douglas brought this up a two months ago when Amazon raised her minimum wage, it's it's a different thing. When a private company decides to do it absolutely totally government forces you to do it. And also all these people who want socialism, there's I actually believe in socialism. I just don't believe in government mandated socialism. I, you know, I believe in like sharing and helping people out and things like that. And I would have like no problem. You know, if the right situation came up with like a commun- living where people pay the rent based on their ability as long as we can all get the rent paid and get the work done. Kevin. What do you do for a living? I actually I'm retired from the federal government. And I drive a van, and you talk about women the last time, you got raise the interesting thing when they hired me van driver. So make a lot of money. So I wasn't expecting much and they offered me. Well, ten or twelve an hour to start. I think which is more than what you know, other places for paying and they said if I worked out they get me fourteen and then I must have worked out because without even asking for a raise. I suddenly got a paycheck where I was paid fifteen. Kevin what age did you retire? Sixty and how old are you? Now almost sixty I'm sixty one I just retired last may, and I tell you I worked at the federal government. And there were jobs. I had where the fact that you were working at everyone who at the same grade level made the same amount of pain was just or Kevin Kennon. If you wanna share your retirement with me or with others. Listen, the station will gladly accept that. To me is what socialism is you've worked all your life for retirement. Now you've earned it. And you've got it and socialism, socialism terribly. If you'd like to volunteer, Kevin. I'm sure there's a lot of Yemen. Sure, there is there's there's a my ex gets a lot of it already. No. But I thought there's nothing wrong with like people to buy houses in community. And why does everyone have our lawn bar? You know, why can't you just say, okay? We'll buy a really nice lawn, mower and charity you get the lawn bowler. You get this. You get that and work together. I mean, people could do it if they wanted to do it. But people just start that close that trusting Kevin. Thank you for listening. And thank you for calling. I totally a completely disagree with you. When you say shosha lissome is good. I totally disagree with that. I think that's all wrong and to me sorry. That's delusional. It's just wrong. It's just as wrong. You've worked your butt off to retire at sixty years old and you've earned retirement income from the federal government. And I think somebody stepping in and saying we're going to take that away from you a portion of that away from you and give it to somebody who doesn't earn. It is absolutely wrong. And when you say voluntarily, I don't think the really believe in true, socialism because true socialism. When they take it away from you, listen, if you want to give away your retirement, that's that's up to you. That's your choice. That's your money that your responsibility do. But that's not up to the government. That's not up to some entity to do that for you. I totally disagree that we as parents have done a horrible job of teaching our kids, what capitalism is and I'll prove it to you coming out of the break in this. My name's Jeff it's west side. Jeff. Seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military, medics and communities improving access for the health of America..

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

06:20 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Yeah. I did this once haven't done a while because I haven't had any leftovers, but you take a noodles and you take out Prado sauce, and is he put some garlic salt and pepper. Cook you're acting like it says on the package. XM four cups of Turkey the oven. The oven at three fifty for thirty minutes. Take it out but your bowl put some parmesan cheese on it. You have you some Turkey out Prado that sounds delicious chriswell you listening. He doesn't have this headphone sign that sounds really good because I the couple months ago, I made a whole bunch of shrimp Alfredo. So with the F noodles so that. Instead of beef stroganoff it's Turkey Alfredo with Ed noodles. Yep. Very good. All right. Well, we'll put you in the hat. Win. Turkey's dragging off basically without Prego sauce and garlic. This pretty amazing. That sounds delicious. Check that out the pieces of Turkey, four pieces now talks Turkey. Do you have any leftover now? No, I don't. Okay. Sounds good something like I I could try and I have eight noodles at home. You know, what I think we have a winner right now. I think that that is the first, and I think I think, but I don't know yet. So the plate you, wait. What are we doing Eugene? Yes, we'll tell you the show if you want, but I ask my question. So this won't put it down. And if you do win, which I think you're gonna win. The question is do you want the computer the dot or do you want the olive garden? Guard down. Him and him and his girl was already having troubles already before leave start at the phone call. He kept quiet down as she kept talking. Oh, his girl. Bigger. We'll let you know. Most. Like, he's go ahead. All right. Thank you. Listening. Sorry. So deformed lines are blowing up. Let's go up to North Carolina, Greensboro, North Carolina. Our good friend. Kevin Kevin how you doing? Carolina. Michael Lynn, thanks. Giving was worried about you. We were worried about you. Did you don't do anything but sleeping make soup while there you guys? That's. Oh, I got a recipe. Oh, good. I popular when I was up there in New England everyone. You take the leftovers stopping cold, y'all know Aurore red or something. Cream sauce on the Turkey some lettuce? And there you go. That's a Pennsylvania thing sounds good. Not that was up in New England New England. What if one of the New England air northeast have a cold Kevin Kennon, which olive quite if you win you went to olive garden or you want echo echoed. Google question. Tough decision. Oh god. Okay. Okay. Olive garden. Well, thanks for listening. We'll let you know the very soon. Josh she's gonna this real tough. Okay. Well. Might have one more because we got another caller from West Palm Beach into hell, Kevin. Thank you so much. Kevin. Thank you. Kevin. I care. All right. So let's go over to Palm Beach county West Palm Beach and visit offering Nicole, Nicole how you doing Nicole. Hi, nicole. Happy bap yearly anniversary guys. Thank you. And belated thanksgiving. We'll be down there next week doing the show live from. Yeah. West Palm Beach. Yeah. I know I don't know might Saturdays up in the air because I gotta talk to Larry about something because you wanted me to perform something that is sure at this particular church. I've been. In jupiter. And I said, yeah, I would love to. But my moms think of you don't think she'll do and then not too far from up in hotel. It sound Larry says he's going to have a for those that want to go up and cheat the singing Christmas tree. Oh, wow. Now, where's that? And lantana. But in Lantana, I remember they used to have all the Christmas. Hope sounds in Martin county. Oh, yeah. Palm tree. So he is getting a charter buds for those that want to go twenty dollars. That's part of the bus trip. Up there, and it's like five o'clock there partying. The braille crap. And they'll return like around. Will pass palm TRAN time about nine thirty ten o'clock at night. Somewhere around there. So he set it on the blast. And then that morning he said that they're going to have a yard. So I'm breakfast. And I'm thinking. Okay. Nicole weeks ago? For what? No, no, no. Call and tell you guys. Yeah. You have a nice anniversary. Thank you. Thank you so much on my thanks, Mike. Thanksgiving was great. I went to our real good friends up in Jupiter and played the piano, and really they loved it. I didn't ask you something. I emailed you guys about a year ago. Did you get my little giddy? I sent you guys have beautiful. I did a version unchained melody. Could've call my. Like, all my friends and broke gave me work Evans, gave me a new the new Email for you. And I. Yeah. Michael at blinded beyond radio show. We'll we gotta go, Nicole. Thank you for calling. Thank you. Thank you. I think he has another caller right now. The last time. Well, we'll do it fast. All right. Let's get to many okay doing this a fast one every should know song..

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Casinos crunch of the game. Who do you want me to get honorable mentioned? Kevin Kennon get a few big hits tonight. One of which the defensive zone. I remember when they had their backed up on the ropes. Yes. He was tired. He was consta- over. I remember that that he hit a hawk moment. He just killed. Yeah. Came right through it. His Jean shorts on and everything. I gotta give it to the hammer Nichols dramas and just mad every night. Just putting his body on the line, eating pox. Yeah. Feet, ankles knees. It is sometimes gets a few off the head. He's nuts. Yeah. He's crazy. Again, you know in sports, I think you throw around the the warrior term, maybe. If you if there is such a thing as as a warrior in sports, nNcholas John Morrison is in our sport and tremendous video tributes. Tonight, and he really fed off that you could tell he was take them off. He was moved emotionally. But then I think all night long fed off that he was back at the place where he's had his biggest triumphs here United Center, and he played a wheel of a game defensively and blocking shots and just a a tremendous effort for the three time Stanley Cup champion Nicolas. Joel merson. Yes, he comes back to the United Center with the rest of his teammates triumphantly, and he gets the river casinos crunch of the game. Brought to you by heal the river casinos here, you can do things your way. So you do.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on WJR 760

"Yeah thanks, for? The confirmation A low energy Kevin begging. But it wasn't he a bicycle messenger who. Saw the movie. Nobody ever saw footloose come on Wow bicycle movie. I remember breaking. Away not not a lot of great songs, from, that, one and it. Can look this look it up I didn't. Break it away. Hap- some music Lewis was. The movie where he moved to the town Yeah but, they were putting on a. Time they wouldn't they condemn maybe I got it wrong Louis Kevin Kevin Kennon Lori singer right and they will be with Kevin. Bacon on a bicycle he's been. A lot of move I think you, had the other movie but that was the one where he. Was. That. With the okay okay dancing and is, totally lost Yes Quicksilver. Quicksilver Here's. A bicycle you. Got you got. The actor I know about. Kevin bacon No he moved to town and. They wouldn't have. Dances because, some. Kids got killed. And Lori singer and him Okay John Lithgow was, the which was the one where she pulls the chain and the water comes. Down We're seeing that one too No. He wasn't he wasn't it Kevin bacon Okay Did I get it? Right you got, it. Right. Okay Kevin? Bacon was an, animal. House Very briefly all right. Kevin go. With the traffic police. All right we'll do that traffic first is sponsored by. American metal roofs in the city ninety four eastbound barely moving from the Jeffries. To Van Dyke accident in Livonia that's on the left shoulder northbound seventy five, at six mile 75-northbound average speed no better than thirty square lake to joslin, road still that issue in Monroe debris in the center lane southbound seventy five past the. Erie exit toward. The state line that's exit five your home could earn you a big. Discount on an American metal Lou they need showcase OEMs that, they can feature in their ads but your.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Read and every now and again when you get bored in class i mean be great it's going on sports pages was this columnist san about subway series back in la i would bet you the yankees in that series against the mets i bet boy who's listening right now join yonkers whose update me on the up to the minute cavs warriors game to spread he's probably got a wealth of knowledge on this what the yankee met series price was freedom and one vegas i would say the yankees in two thousand were minus three fifty three twenty five that wasn't a great mets team ninety nine was much now but the yankees limped into the postseason at year they were terrible down the stretch in september pedo couldn't five beat seattle and six mets ran through the cardinals with mike hampton yama say the yankees right around three hundred three twenty some i don't think anybody really believes it in that year no i remember they don't wanna division landed it ended up beating san francisco the walk off homer bobby jones game four and the cardinals took care of the brace for the mets and they beat the cardinals thanks to mike hampton and rick and kill oh that was tough to watch that was one of the more painful moments of watching a baseball game in my life that rick ain't gill game two of the style has stopped to watch somebody will get me those ads i'm sure let's head to stanford our good buddy kevin what's up kevin kennon boy what's shakin not much that you know that that charge call was part of it but i don't care what you say jr smith you gotta know what's going on on the core tie you know obviously you anybody can see he thought they were leading and since since one is is the charge ball reviewable like i i never thought that was possible no i don't like the one bit and listen kevin we have seen this before where they will check to see if a player within restricted area because if he's in the restricted area dead sometimes you're going to reverse the call you want to get it right that's fine but when the players not in the restricted area to overturn a call like that i don't like it it.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Us talk about kevin kennon the show and this was in in two thousand twelve when now the day before the election we said look if obama wins one of the reasons will be the kevin can vote and we founded after that election that the majority of people agreed with the philosophy of mitt romney they agreed where he was on the issue the the vast majority was over sixty percent i believe agreed on the issues with mitt romney right and we had said that if obama wins one of the reasons is the kevin and ken vote the belief that no matter what goes on and kevin kenner to people that i know that are democrats but a really i mean they're never been on welfare always worked always been productive raised families and all that and whenever we would have economic arguments that eventually they're they're they're they're final thing to me would say okay you're right on academics there but we need a huge federal government in case it all goes to hell right and there is that belief there there is a belief part of the trump belief for example on tariffs is well democrats a democrat president can't manipulate the economy into success republican can one on either ken neither can the whole point is for them to get out of the way you know not to but there is growing belief that the government can manipulate the economy to be successful democrats think that a growing number of republicans think that luckily not the majority of republicans yet i don't believe but it's still growing but they can but there is this thing that the government can always be the security blanket no matter what because if you didn't think that way and we don't think that way that's why we're against debt because we understand how it will when you talk about the government debt how will eventually seriously hamper future growth and the quality of life for future generations because we understand that government and we don't hope or think or project out that well okay but we hope they can save us 'cause we know that stupid we don't live in a fairy tale world were supposed to be adults right and look at reality and sometimes reality is tough but we have a significant portion of people that just say no government can save a government can save us government can save us government can save us and they can't.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The state of texas wouldn't say oh doggone it now we've got competition they'd be happy because of your economic growth is booming than our economic growth booms even more well i mean i want all the states to thrive i want them to to be their greatest potential and i i just despise the idea of a massive cost of government like what you have in those states which basically forces people to make decisions on a personal level i've talked to a friend of mine who lives out in la and he said it's just so difficult because i asked him i just said point blank i said what is it like you know to live there he said it's hard because if you're not one of the elite if you're not one of the millionaires if you're just you know working class it becomes extremely expensive very quickly and doesn't ever go away it only gets worse and that cost of government is what is driving all of that unnecessarily i i can't imagine the massive wealth expansion we would see in a reversal like that in those states i mean it it really would be off the charts but that's not how people vote for whatever reason well i think it's what we've always gone back to i was talking to a friend this weekend and i mentioned well i said the kevin canada goes and i said oh you've heard you've heard us talk about kevin kennon the show and this was in in two thousand twelve when the day before the election we said look if obama wins one of the reasons will be the kevin again vote and.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on WTMA

"I've always i've always said that the the policy in the blue states you know the antibusiness policy in the blue states if you were to reverse that if you could magically reverse that high taxation antibusiness stance by by those blue states can you imagine what california and illinois and new york could do do you know what the potential would be tremendously unbelievable and and you know people at times think that there's some type of competition where okay you guys in texas are doing good and we're doing bad and therefore you guys are gloating and and no not at all because the fact that california's economic growth is not what it should be actually hurts the state of texas growth that that if you have if you had a much more pro growth philosophy in california illinois and new york the state of texas wouldn't say oh doggone it now we've got competition they'd be happy because of your economic growth is booming than our economic growth booms even more well i mean i want all the states to thrive i want them to be their greatest potential and i i just despise the idea of a massive cost of government like what you have in those states which basically forces people to make decisions on a personal level i talked to a friend of mine who lives out in la and he said it's just so difficult because i asked him i just said point blank said what is it like you know to live there he said it's hard because if you're not one of the elite if you're not one of the millionaires if you're just you know working class it becomes extremely expensive very quickly and doesn't ever go away it only gets worse and that cost of government is what is driving all of that unnecessarily i i can't imagine the massive wealth expansion we would see in a reversal like that in those states i mean it it really would be off the charts but that's not how people vote for whatever reason well i think it's what we've always gone back to i was talking to a friend this weekend and i mentioned well i said the kevin encana goes and i said oh you've heard you've heard us talk about kevin kennon the show and this was in in.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"If you had a much more pro growth philosophy in california illinois and new york the state of texas would say oh doggone it now we've got competition they'd be happy because if your economic growth is booming than our economic growth booms even more well i mean i want all the states to thrive i want them to to be their greatest potential and i just despise the idea of a massive cost of government like what you have in those states which basically forces people to make decisions on a personal level i've talked to a friend of mine who lives out in la and he said it's just so difficult because i asked him i just said point blank i said what is it like you know to live there he said it's hard because if you're not one of the elite if you're not one of the millionaires if you're just you know working class it becomes extremely expensive very quickly and doesn't ever go away it only gets worse and that cost of government is what is driving all of that unnecessarily i i can't imagine the massive wealth expansion we would see in a reversal like that no states i mean it it really would be off the charts but that's not how people vote for whatever reason well i think it's what we've always gone back to i was talking to a friend this weekend and i mentioned well i said the kevin kennedy goes yeah i've heard it and i said oh you've heard you've heard us talk about kevin kennon the show and this was in in two thousand twelve when now the day before the election we said look if obama wins one of the reasons will be evident ken vote and we found out after that election that the majority of people.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on WCHS

WCHS

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on WCHS

"If you had a much more pro growth philosophy in california illinois and new york the state of texas wouldn't say oh doggone it now we've got competition they'd be happy because if your economic growth is booming than our economic growth booms even more well i mean i want all the states to thrive i want them to to be at their greatest potential and i i just despise the idea of a massive cost of government like what you have in those states which basically forces people to make decisions on a personal level i've talked to a friend of mine who lives out in l a and he said it's just so difficult because i asked him i just said point blank i said what is it like you know to live there he said it's hard because if you're not one of the elite if you're not one of the millionaires if you're just you know working class it becomes extremely expensive very quickly and doesn't ever go away it only gets worse and that cost of government is what is driving all of that unnecessarily like i i can't imagine the massive wealth expansion we would see in a reversal like that in those states i mean it it really would be off the charts but that's not how people vote for whatever reason well i think it's what we've always gone back to i was talking to a friend this weekend and i mentioned well i said the kevin and goes yeah i've heard it and i said oh you've heard you've heard us talk about kevin kennon the show and this was in in two thousand twelve when the day before the election we said look if obama wins one of the reasons will be the covenant ken vote and.

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"kevin kennon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kennon" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Had a much more pro grow philosophy in california illinois and new york the state of texas wouldn't say oh doggone it now we've got competition they'd be happy because of your economic growth is booming than our economic growth booms even more well i mean i want all the states to thrive i want them to to be their greatest potential and i i just despise the idea of a massive cost of government like what you have in those states which basically forces people to make decisions on a personal level i've talked to a friend of mine who lives out in l a and he said it's just so difficult because i asked him i just said point blank i said what is it like you know to live there he said it's hard because if you're not one of the elite if you're not one of the millionaires if you're just you know working class it becomes extremely expensive very quickly and doesn't ever go away it only gets worse and that cost of government is what is driving all of that unnecessarily i i can't imagine the massive wealth expansion we would see in a reversal like that in those states i mean it it really would be off the charts but that's not how people vote for whatever reason well i think it's what we've always gone back to i was talking to a friend this weekend and i mentioned well i said the kevin kennedy goes yeah i've heard it and i said oh you've heard you've heard us talk about kevin kennon the show and this was in in two thousand twelve when the day before the election we said look if obama wins one of the reasons will be the kevin again vote and.

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