17 Burst results for "Larry Great"

"larry great" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:10 min | 2 months ago

"larry great" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"From a former CIA analyst, Buck Sexton. More rope called Finish us out for the week before we We're able to take off some time here and focus on the Super Bowl. Life, family, friends, things other than politics. Won't that be nice? Larry. Great show. Keep up the good work. Larry. Appreciate that. Thank you so much. You should check out renting full auto firearms. While you're in Orlando. A couple of years ago, I rented an Uzi, but I don't member how much it costs. I didn't try to keep it all day. Of course, the ammo will probably cost more than the rental these days that there's any available. I know they will let foreigners but I'm not sure about someone from New York. Yeah, Larry, those those full auto, firearm rental things. They're very expensive. They usually and as I said, you don't even really get they kind of hold it for you. And you just get to pull. The trigger is how it goes in Vegas, so that's not You know, I'm like, Can I take my fully auto M four home, please? Excuse me. Can I borrow the squad automatic weapon for the weak? I will bring it back in excellent repair. There's no reason to worry, right? You know? Do I need this Browning 50 cow right now? Yes, I think I do. And I will bring it back and I will clean it thoroughly afterwards, you know, no problem. Dan writes. When I wrestled in high school, male versus male, we had weight classes and you had to weigh in before each match to make sure he did not exceed your weight class. And both competitors were supposed to be evenly matched James Dunn in boxing. You don't like heavyweights going up against featherweights, it would be a bloodbath. Other sports like Mm A UFC as well in order to somewhat toward the left woke is, um, maybe a new weight class system could be put in place for sports that traditionally did not have them like track and field. Most biological males at birth, even after gender reassignment surgery and hormones would not be able to alter their weight so that they could match up against true biological female competitors. Waits Dan It's an idea, and I think that you're right and how it would work. But I don't think it's uh, gonna happen anytime soon. But I appreciate you thinking outside the box. All right, everybody. Thanks So much honored that you were with me this week. We'll talk next week. Shields..

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"larry great" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

05:01 min | 4 months ago

"larry great" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Launch will hopefully take place Monday night. If weather cooperates. I'm that Maddens and This is Bloomberg Wall Street Week with David Westin from Bloomberg Radio. We'll have up the week we welcome now our special contributor Larry Summers of Harvard, so, Larry Great to have you here, particularly because at the very end of the week we had a fair amount of secretary Treasury action there. One of your successors took some action. Second, Mnuchin wrote a letter to the head of the Fed Jay Powell saying, Please give us back that money we gave you for those emergency lending facilities. And you had something to say about that. In fact, you had a tweet in which you said Secretary Paulson taught, referring to Hank Paulson, another predecessor, understood in transition. It was his Job to help the Fed and the incoming administration established a basis for strong cooperative efforts to contain the crisis. Secretary Mnuchin has done just the opposite. So drawing a contrast between these two secretaries. What is going on here, Larry? Into two separate points. One, uh, every previous government I mean, there was plenty of bitterness in the Bush Gore campaign. Really there, Woz? I mean, we all thought that election was stolen. But he didn't occur to me or to anyone who worked with me or to any other Cabinet officer in the Clinton administration not to cooperate fully. In helping the government be ready to do whatever our successors wanted to do. The last thing we envision doing was thwarting their ability to carry out their policies. What Steve Mnuchin Did in writing that letter and making those demands and reducing the authorization was floor. What is clear and incoming Biden administration wants to do? That's just wrong on process terms. Second problem is, it's just incredibly imprudent and reckless. At a time when the pandemic is getting far worse. At a time when we don't really know where this pandemic is going to go before a vaccine. At a time when we don't have any basis for being confident that there's gonna be agreement on fiscal stimulus. To tie the Fed's hands in any way to construct their abilities to act in an emergency. Is the height of foolishness. Why would you throw away a potential insurance policy? Nobody's asking Secretary Manu Shin toe trigger anything toe pull panty money to authorize any checks. He doesn't want to, but preserving the capacity to ensure against financial Armageddon. It's elementary that that's the right thing to do. It's elementary that it's the right thing to do to facilitate the next administration being able to do what it thinks. Is is wise. I I've been surprised by the secretary before, but never more than this, which really does seem to me very much outside the tradition of the office he holds. So this is a transition that at some point presumably will be over and then the same time. There are longer term issues at play here, And just this week, Bloomberg had the new economy for him that you appeared on with Janet Yellen, the former Federal Reserve chair, and one of the subjects was actually Are we saving too much? And are we really in secular stagnation? A term that you really revived some years ago? And she basically totally agree with you? This is part of what she had to say. Central banks need to do what they can within not overstate what it's possible for them to do well. I strongly believe central banks. Need to be independent and need to do everything they can to changes. They've made their not a game changer from the point of view of secular stagnation and bottom line, I agree with wiring on what what's required. So there you go, Larry. Things have changed something the first time. I think that you wish you'd had paper some years ago, when you were sort of an out liar, I think on the subject, but that late leads to the question. Okay of Central banks can't fix this, and we're in secular stagnation. What do we do about what does it mean for longer term economic policy? It means we're gonna have to rely on fiscal policy rather than monetary policy to stabilize the economy. Going forward when we have cyclical fluctuations. It means more generally that an important part of the design of policy is going to have to be assuring that savings or fully absorbed..

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"larry great" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"So prior clients who we don't know about they could all be under the microscope as well. Is there any chance I know that universities are going to conduct their own investigations. But if it's anything like the investigations, they do for NCW violations. I'm not gonna you know, put a lot of faith in them. Based on the magnitude of of this indictment that we already know of is there any chance the universities don't have at least a passing understanding that this was going on that even if it was, you know, let's let's just you know, agree, not to acknowledge that it's happening. But, but yeah, of course, we know we knew it's there. Well, we know that the US attorney for the district of Massachusetts in his press conference said that universities were victims to here, and I have several friends whose kids go to these current universities and they've received emails from the president or some big person at the university saying we're victims here, and we're cooperating, and we're conducting internal investigations, but I think as this starts to unspoiled more. We may see more and more that maybe some were some individuals in the universities had to know what was going on. You saw that the guidance counselor at USC in one of these cases were sniffing around because one. Boy who got in under a pole vaulting scholarship. When he wasn't even a pole vaulter in his high school track team started saying, hey, house track going the kids like, oh, no not on the track team. Is this the one where they photo shopped his they photoshopped picture the kid was in the dark. So I think time will start revealing more of these things I feel bad for I was an athlete in college. I feel really bad for the actual athletes who could've used a leg up as a recruited athlete in these colleges. But these dirty college coaches alleged dirty college coaches gave higher precedence to getting money than bringing an athlete in the recruited athlete spot. 'cause we don't know who those those young athletes are. Yeah. And oftentimes athletes who this is their their primary entree into higher education. Oftentimes, these are underprivileged kids, and frankly, oftentimes, they're a minority kids, which brings us to the question of a political component. I raised this. When I first talked about some people push back, saying don't politicize this this isn't about politics. But I look at some of these names who were part of this indictment. They come from Hollywood. They come from Wall Street, they come from the tech world, and they all seem to be the same people who are participating in the political sphere from the left side of the equation who who sort of grandstand sanctimoniously about how conservatives and Republicans are cold hearted and unfeeling and not wanting to help the underprivileged and yet here, they are cheating the system on behalf of their own rich children, and my misguided in that or is there a pattern here that is worth at least discussing. Well. I'm actually working on a piece on on that as well. And what I've found so far, and I'll publish it next week and let you know about it is that you're right. These individuals, many of whom are not household names. But bigwigs in all sorts of businesses and whatnot. We're very active many of them in giving what appears to be very lawful and appropriate donations to politicians are wannabe politicians on the left and right. And I I ran across many of the names who gave a politician to politicians on the left, but there are others who gave to politicians on the right and believe it or not the Huffington Post and CNN have done some pretty good work on this laying out the the donations to these people, but we'll have more information next week. But it seems like they were pretty active. There's no suggestion that those politicians who were beneficiaries of that money helped in any way with this college scheme. So with that on the record. Yeah. And that's not what they were very active in in and donating because they're well to do. They had discretionary money to give to politicians. Yeah. And it really has more to do with the hypocrisy. And sort of what's baked into our culture right now. And why we should take a Paxi to no one. With regard to our concern for the underprivileged or for that matter for the best interests of our children were or kids got into college through the front door. Well, yes, so far, and you know, if my kids going to college that's how they're gonna get in through the front door, which is, you know, old singer here had three doors. So you talked about in his pitch the front door the standard way that most people listening to get their kids into college the back door where you give millions of dollars when you give a building to the school, and you hope that they're going to wink, wink, nod nod let your kid in or then the singer special, which is the side door, which was cheating. Well, and by the way, the front door, which so many of us have been I've just gone through a twice with my two. Oldest it ain't easy, and it's arduous, and it seems arbitrary, and it's gut wrenching sometimes. And and because we've all been there as parents now or so many of us have. That's why this story resonates. That's why lead with what I lead in my piece. I mean, this this issue has pissed off. Everybody in town. That is hyper politicizing everything. The first cycle of stories didn't jump to. It's a Republican or democrat thing. It's it's a it pisses everyone off and so and rightly so because everyone wants the best for their children. Right. No matter where you're from you want your children to achieve and you realize that getting a good education as part of that. And by the end, good good on the Justice department under our attorney general in our prior Torney general sessions for really focusing in on this honing and getting this done. Well, it's really great work. And it came up because it was a boring securities fraud case and the guy was getting ready to face the music. He said, oh, by the way. Can I help myself because this Yale soccer coach often offered to get my kid into the school? If I give him four hundred thousand dollars, and then you can imagine those young a USA's like what I really really tell me more that guy on the wire, which led to singer getting on the wire. And that's another thing broke Kelly Stimpson's back and his back with gusto. Thank you for joining us. Of course, the senior legal fellow with the Heritage Foundation writing now at daily signal. Great stuff. I'm looking forward to seeing more from your colleague. Thank you for joining. Larry great.

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"larry great" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"For the play by play. All right. You are hated. I am. I'm your hate even more. So this room, you're hated and all the Michael Thompson fence, h yeah, they're gonna come out of the woodwork going to say how are we doing? We're I'm taking a bunch of people to see captain marvel Thursday night at regal LA live downtown how we doing that. We are going to be having a trivia question. So yes, the answer something about the marvel universe. Wait a minute. But you're giving away twenty pairs of tickets each day. Oh, okay. Here's each say. So how does that work? We just give the question. And then you take the I have I have the questions for you. Yes. Now, we don't do all the moral questions on the air. Do we? Yeah. We do them on the air. So if you do so we'll do this next. Okay. Ask one of the questions if you get it, right? They get a pair of tickets. Okay. Get it wrong. We moved to the night. Got it got it. Okay. We got that coming up next. Mason and Ireland ESPN LA Mason in Ireland Thursday night opens one of the biggest movies of the year, captain marvel I'm a huge marble guy. I love marvel John you how are you on the marble? Don't think I've ever seen a marvel movie? Although Greg pointed out, I did watch Black Panther when I was doing laundry one day. So I had it on in the background there. You are what kind of forever conduct right? All right. So that I'm taking people to see captain marvel Thursday nights, seven o'clock at LA live, and we got very very simple, easy marvel questions. So you get you get one question. Right. You're in you're in you, miss it. You're out. Yup. All right. First up Jasper on the ten freeway. Hey jasper. Hey, what's up guys? All right. Here's your question who has a cameo in every marvel movie, and is known as the creator of marvel. Name the seriously three to one you're out or John and Montebello, you know, the answer. Who is it, Dan leaks? Larry great. You want me to put these guys on hold if they win. Yes. Stay on. Hold and do not go anywhere. All right. Okay. So that's one winner. John. Here's Ryan in Fullerton. Hey, ryan. Hey, how's it going? Good, man. Good. Are you ready for your question? I am I who is the actor that plays Antman. Paul Rudd that is for to hang on the line. We got three more to give away today. Right. We're doing five today. Five today. Robert in fun Tanna. Hi, robert. Are you good you ready? Yeah. Here we go. There have been two different actors to play the hulk in current in the current marvel universe named one of them, Mark Ruffalo, there, you go you go your in Edward Norton is the other. All right. So that's three. Let's go to Andy in Highland Park. Hey, Andy, you're on ESPN LA high. Good, man. Good. India? You ready for your question? I'm excited for this. Cool. Hey, we all right. Spiderman can tell when there's danger near what does he call?.

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"larry great" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

08:08 min | 2 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on KGO 810

"Coop clogging the escalator remember that one from six years ago with apparently made the rounds again in the last couple of days. This is a problem. What are we going to do about it? I mean that what do you wanna do about a four one five eight ten Rioja? Sunnyvale ryobi. You're on KGHM with Ethan Bearman, even I share your sentiment. I used to love public transportation. I used to love getting on the bar at occasionally talking to people people watching and then it became unsafe recently. I went to a Bart board meeting where they were talking about in new cameras, adding to their police force and every single person who got up to give public statements were vehemently against the idea of any form of new software new technologies, new cameras, new police new station agents, all that they just want business as usual, and it confused the heck out of me. I remember a time where I was on the Bart wants and a guy got up and kicked out every single light in the ceiling. Walked stepping over people to kick out light. And nobody glass was dropping on people. Nobody did anything. Yes. People are scared while you got a couple of problems in California. Ryobi people. Are scared won an overall. Remember? I was mugged man. You probably it's probably don't even know the strategy. Grigor friends mugged on the Washington Mall. In a bright sunny day in eighth grade for our civics trip to DC, I was the only Iran to adults around us to say, hey, we're being mugged help us adults would literally turn and walk away from me until I could find a park ranger. You know, my little boy scout southbound found a park ranger came the end up catching the kids, they got arrested, etc. But the adults wanted nothing to do with it when he child was saying, we're being mud people. Don't want to get involved. This is why we have law enforcement because we're too scared and often we're also frightened though legal consequences of getting involved. We're getting hurt ourselves as well. Even what do we do about people who don't even want to prevent those things? We're all upset about Neil Wilson were all upset about. You know, I think most people are upset that you know, gangs of young adults regardless of their race. Because I know that was a hot topic for a while. But regardless of the race gangs of young adults with storm the trains, and rob people of everything they had and yet there's groups of people out there. Who say like, no, we don't need more police. We don't need more. We don't need higher turnstiles. We don't need nothing. They just want business as usual that counterintuitive to our society. I I don't get it. Here's what it is real. It's enjoy our conversations. Thanks for calling in. It's called leadership. We lack leaders. We don't have leaders leaders paint a vision and explain what it is that we're trying to achieve and then the explain why we want to go there with them to this vision that they've painted name for me the last person in the bay area that you thought boy, this is a strong leader. And you're not gonna name one with bar because you can't think of one we've had very varieties of some forms of leaders in various forms. But that's what a leader. Does. There's no leadership. That's happening right there. Ryoko thanks for bringing in four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten Mike in Pleasanton, Mike, you're on KGHM with Ethan Bearman. Hey, so what I think I would do is. Yeah. If you gotta add more. Police officers but make them undercover just like air marshals where. But a public campaign out there that we now have Bart Marceau's undercover. And try to you know, maybe put one on every train, but just with that campaign alone. You all know Bart Marshall on the train or not that could probably take you out for causing problems. The other problem is just two people wanting to put stuff on YouTube and video instead of stopping it. Right. Didn't tackle that crazy guy today. I would've went over and kicked him in the head and probably killed him. Just because he's threatening people's lives. We got too many people wanting to you too baby thing and get hit instead of taking I wouldn't say wallet own hands. But stopping it, right? Said of being a bystander watching it take place like a movie or something? No. That's an interesting point one. We had a couple of different points or one. Let's not kill anybody. Just restrain the individual until bar police can arrive unless somehow it's not safe. But I like this idea of of the undercover police, I think that you need more of that. Because they're the ones who will be you know, because look we know that uniform presence matters uniformed presence reduces crime in every scenario uniform presence undercover presence provides the opportunity to catch people who maybe aren't doing the crime in front of the uniform presence. But as soon as the uniform presence, isn't there? They feel empowered. Powered to commit whatever the crime is that they're gonna commit that's undercover comes into play. I support that idea. So if there's one hundred new officers, maybe you make thirty of them undercover forty of them undercover and sixty or uniform. I don't know what that looks like I would allow professionals to make that recommendation of what that should look like then Thirdly, Mike. You're absolutely right. We live in this age way. Too often people will stand there with their phone and not intervene. Not call nine one one not do anything because they just wanna film at for some actually really sick, and twisted reason that is totally inhuman by the way to do that to another human being just watch them. Get hurt watched them be abused. I think that is a really sick part of our society right now that hopefully we'll get turned around. My thanks so much for the call four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten Larry in Antioch. Larry, you're on KGHM with Ethan Bearman. Thank you. My solution is to do exactly what you've just talked about leadership. My director has been director since nineteen ninety four twenty four years. And in that time has been a steady going downhill. My idea he's up for reelection. I'm voting for for his opponent. 'cause we need somebody new in there who can actually bring leadership the bars who can actually get a general manager hire a general manager will do something to fix the system. Yeah. I mean, it's that is probably the best point is if you feel like nothing has changed for the better, and you live in a district, your Bart director is up for reelection. Maybe you ought not to vote the person back in especially if they've been there since one thousand nine hundred four and you feel like things have not gone in the right direction. I. Don't like this tendency that we have there's this human nature that we have which is thanks for the call. Larry great, great to hear from you four one five eight hundred eighty eight ten we have this nature in us, which is and this benefits incumbents across the board. I don't care what political office your time. We have this thing where it's like. Yeah. But their mind director, congressman Senator whatever therefore well me now. Hey, look, they work for me. They'll spew some garbage about what they do even though. I don't feel like anything's changed or anything's happened in a way that I would want it to and or in the case if you live in Steve kings district in Iowa, he loves white nationalist. Hey, maybe I ought not to vote for another white nationalist to get reelected. I'm not comparing any Bart supervisor to that at all obviously director, I should say. But that's just what happens we get stuck in our pattern where really. No, they're an incumbent. So and what the heck I'll just vote for them now. But for the opposite vote for the person challenging the incumbent. Maybe if you don't feel like things are working in the right direction. So bart. What are we gonna do about? This chainsaw wielding people murders happening on Bart. I want to hear your suggestions. For one five eighty eighty eight ten. Taking a look at K G O traffic. We still have a three car accident.

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"larry great" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

14:48 min | 2 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Republicans. Ram this through. Kevin I becomes judge. And then once installed we find that. In fact. Where there was smoke. There was fire. Maybe there's an investigation that comes after the fact, maybe it's not an FBI investigation. Maybe it's a present vista. Maybe it's just people coming forward that do have proof and do have corroboration. Of wild drunken debauchery and inappropriate stuff. And you have this person is a sitting supreme court judge rammed through by the Republicans there. I think a lot of folks that would detach from the Republicans particularly women if that's the case was perceived that. They ran this judge through maybe they knew about it and didn't care that's a possibility. So they may gain a judge and lose both legislative branch and even the executive branch when the time comes in response in reaction to this. I don't know. Thoughts. Six seven two five four ten thirty. We have we have your Larry in Maryland. Hi, larry. Hey, bradley. I think what you just said. This is the first thing I agree with you on about this whole thing. I talked to judges performance was terrible. Okay. He actually had Tony displayed in a polling lack of judicial temperament. Yes. George practically cry for twenty minutes. ESPN? Yeah. Charity to attack some unnamed people without saying they were and the Clinton for engaging in a conspiracy to destroy his life, and he tried to play the victim. Which is what you would expect a victim in this case to do. I don't think he's the victim or been destroyed is right now he has a job the rest of his life. If he doesn't breaking laws or get impeached is a lifetime appointment, I found the woman credible. I don't think that she was the perfect witness. But that's not not demanded or expected, you can't condemn someone because you know. Like their personality, or they're not what do you think they should be nobody nobody attack this, man? Did they other than these women? Don't they have the right to do? So even at this late date. Well, that's it's it's interesting. This WAFA cancer drinking problem, and I say that us an alcoholic. Okay. Accuser. The thing about the weekends. Totally bogus. They were on summer vacation kid of privileged. I have to say that as an aside one thing that came out for me was he was I don't like him personally because I thought he brandished his elite education and his success as as a as a weapon almost to say, hey schools. I couldn't do this stuff. I went to work my butt off. I was first in my class. Look great. I am. I mean that was appalling trustee issues he didn't present any evidence of this so-called conspiracy. Any actually said the Clintons were involved without any evidence that not judicial he lost his cool to me. Totally. He attacked the senators and said, I bet you don't you like your beer. I mean, come on. I know would you would you want this guy, judging you know, what that's one of the questions? I was asking in his choices to win this case. Did he make himself? Inappropriate for the which is. You hit the biggest problem the Republicans face if they put this guy through today, which is what they may be going to do. I think you were seeing uprising among women in this country. That will be a bigger shock than the the last election. I mean, I think women by the millions will go out. And and stand up and say, you know, what this guy's friend should have been interviewed by the FBI under oath. That's another thing. That's that's another thing. That's a problem for me. This Mark judge really needs to be hiding. I the only reason I can think. That he would not want to come to be interviewed for congress under oath is that he doesn't want to lie to congress under oath. Yeah. And you know, what you don't even have to be under Ruth. If you're interviewed by the FBI, and you liked them about an investigation of a crime that's obstruction, and that's a crime serious crime. People will be quick to point out that he did. With a written statement under penalties of perjury. But always said, and that was I don't recall, and that's what you say when you're guilty. That's what you say. When you're Ronald Reagan in the Iran contra thing, remember Watergate, a first time I ever heard to the best of my recollection into the best of my memory was during the Watergate hearings fence exactly would lawyers tell you to do. But nobody asked the big questions that they should've asked what there was one attempt by that woman when she asked him, you know, the prosecutor. What's too much? I mean, I would have asked him, you know, nicely as possible. What's the most? Trevor drank in one night, did you ever drink ten beers twelve? You think six would be too many when you were seventeen years old? Did you drink when you were sixteen? Did you take when you're fifteen or are you are you an alcoholic? How's that? That's that's subjective. I would've drill details. Drank and one night judge when you were in high school. Did you ever did you ever drink to the point where you were fit to drive because you did Dr? Thank you. Now, this is interesting because I do think that even though it's a terrible thing that women were not in a position to come forward when these alleged incidents took place. You know, when actual incidents take place. It is tough to condone coming out without really any significant corroboration and say these things that could ruin a guy's life. However, what have you? Is there there is none? That's a problem. I mean, if there is not is that that means that get a high enough above a bar to destroy dues life. However, I don't know he needs to all you need to really do is investigate the guy. Yeah. And we need to do put this women on the woman on the spot without corroboration. You wait you investigate? And then you had as part of a larger thing. Yes. And they made all kinds of excuses. Why they couldn't do it. Look from my experience, and I know from. A police officer. I used to play tennis with people change your tune real quick when they're in a little room with two cops with badges and guns, and they appreciate the status of a situation. Most of us still now if you're a true. Sociopath, and you're good at lying. And that's another thing. That's what addicts are really good at because they do it. So much is lie. I'm not saying this guy's a drinking problem. I'm seeing it should be checked out because of the importance of the job that we're talking about and his friend needs to be interviewed by the FBI. And you can't blame a woman because she couldn't produce something. That's not producible would you mortgage? Satisfy you a videotape and audiotape there was nobody else in the room. And I mean, I don't think you can say well because it took place in private there's no proof there for I don't know. What happened? That's a cop out. You have to make an effort. And I don't think he did it and the woman. Yes, she was scared and terrified and she came off as kind of. Not the most forceful personality. But I can't I can't convict people anything or cues them of anything because their personality type is not the most admirable I would take hers over his 'cause to me strikes me as a child of privilege maybe worked his butt off. But I know that type and I've seen them too often. They they abused their power because you remember that old saying about absolutely power. Yeah. Me. The most important part is the first part power corrupts. Thank you. Larry great. Great. Call. You know, there's going to be a vote today. And what what has to happen is these these Republicans have to decide, okay? What are the chances that this guy is legit? And if I vote to confirm that I'm not going to get burned because he turns out to be a real crumbling. That's what they have to decide. They can say one thing. But deep down inside. They gotta think okay. We didn't really vet them and. Really? Kinda looked shaky as far as suitable. I think he will get confirmed. And I think that he may. They may regret it. We're going to your, Dan and Weymouth. Hi, dan. Hi, debbie. How are you? I am. Well. I more go on a ranch a little bit. Because if I get interrupted I'll lose my train of thought it'll all be gone rant away. Okay. So this guy, Brian this guy Cavanaugh was was a man of face on a man of on. And he did the right thing his whole life. And everybody's believing this woman, and she was an EMT Trump, and she was a part of the resist par party, and she has a motivation for doing what she's doing every time. She said she was convinced move on by her friends at the beach, and they're all in the same category. Anti-trump is do anything to stop Trump and Cavanaugh was an Arnold, man. A man of faith, and these people believe her over over him. He had never done anything wrong before you go on. I do need to just up to me. A little you say. As a matter of fact, I need to interrupt you a little bit you say as a man of faith Mantovano, and he noted never did anything wrong. Do you know he never did anything wrong? And simply being a man of faith doesn't mean you never do anything wrong. May I remind you about the child abuse scandal? Well, of course, I mean, I understood I if he never did anything he was an honorable man. I look when he was living is right? And and these people saying, oh, he's he was polished up there. He knew exactly was doing. He wasn't polished. He was scared. He was angry at were blame for rape that you didn't do you have. Susan's dog named for rape. I'm sorry. I'm excited about this sexual assault. And you didn't do it. How upset would you be in the amount of what happens? He's never going to get voted in. No matter. What happens is the wife is. No, he's not. He probably will get. Voted in. You're on the Trump thing as much as all these months and Trump tonight. I didn't say to them tonight. But you even know. You don't know what you're talking about? Dan. What I'm talking about? He do not know what you're talking about probably half Trump's policies. I am in favour of. So you don't know what you're talking about. Okay. You're not gonna listen pay attention. We're moving on. You cannot. Ascribed things to me that aren't true and expect me to just let you go on and on people make assumptions. Design tool. You figure anti-trump person. Let's go to Harry on the Cape you doing. Hey, Bradley, I just like to say just what Larry. Yeah. Reelected. That's what we let me know. So this guy to bring the Clintons and say the Clintons precedent. He he's a judge Lukin privilege, and he's the judge. But that what happened what retried on flying? And she's telling the truth. Knows who you're a juris. So when go to the supreme court has a juris you should bring in precedent here at these things ten days ago. He's the jurors. He knows the law should bring. He shouldn't come to the hearing and say, oh the Clintons. What what? Jurisprudence? What does the law say? You know, what I'm saying what? Look at this. And look at this present. No, he goes attacks us 'cause when they get elected those are the people that govern when when a legal person when you go to court and is a conflict who does the judge sometimes to financial things looks for the supreme court. This is how they ruled. That's right. Not that I went on TV. And I blame the coup. We know if that was me, and I was in front of them. And I was innocent. I want the FBI the guy even let the Russians investigate. You know? Why would why wouldn't I what he's already says? I'm tied to these people. But that the bad happened to me, and I was innocent. I want everybody I'd say, let's leave right now. Let's drive to Gail. Let's drive. Yeah. Con let's find this house. He says, oh, no. These guys say. I don't know. That's what it is. And didn't he jus precedent and legal precedent? That's a high and we're not hiring a talk show guy. Well, hi, guys, decide legal precedent fair enough. Thanks. Thank you. And I got time for Billy Stephenville Ricca is Steve. Good morning. Welcome home will quit. I purchased fifteen inches up in Maine with a handmade log cabin many years ago blended story with that to do with the county..

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"larry great" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:07 min | 2 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Guys need to have mardi on more often with Gary and Larry great stuff. 707 veteran listeners. You said veteran veteran listeners. Yeah. The fight. The funny part was so Marty does I can't help it. He won't admit it. That's tough year. When you're you know, and the teams going south, and you just have to keep talking week after week, but he can pull it off the take a couple calls, and we we're gonna have some fun with the the one hit wonders. So we'll ask you. The one one that jumped out at me is and this is on an official official. So we have the text line weighing five three houses. I don't think Gary started Marti's career. The question is who did and why okay six five makes a trade and rides off on a Mongoose. Larry's line of the day. That is good. You'll never get me. If you're saves and all of a sudden, go sit in a room in a thirty year old or knock on the door and say, hi, you still there, you know. Hey, David in Berkeley. Go ahead. Dave, you're on Camby are then we are going to do one hit wonders the one surprise on that list. Larry rattled off with Joe name. Good. God. I mean that guy irrevelant tonight he Super Bowl three football. You know? I didn't go too. Well, after that, it was a bunch of knees knee surgeries. And then eventually finished with the Rams. Yeah. Well, he came into football limping right? You know, he was go ahead. Dave are you healthy on gay? I I am healthy. He also revolutionized the athlete entertainer. Yes. So. The athlete left, and he just flat out had to entertain that didn't work. So. No it didn't enjoy mardi Lurie with us. I did. I actually was it. He was still in the room. I thought it'd be interesting to get his thoughts on this. So I, but I want I want your guys because. Thanks. What are you got before we run you out of here as much as members of that tribe learning? I would say what you guys are just chopped liver. Right. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. It again. On your way out of the demographic. Let me let me just run this three when you guys can just go at it. If you want thank you as I'm listening to your comments about who. Should they go for an and what's one surprise? And I'm listening to the idea that tomorrow tomorrow or next year's another building years. What if instead of looking at the top that we talked about not stepping aside, but bringing in someone like Mike Metheny now, I already broke that story about three weeks ago. Larry woods. Just hammering me. And I said Mike Metheny caught for the giants. Get a good job in Saint Louis is always I question what happened there with the cardinals. But it's not. Guys. We're talking about you know, about the manager. It's not about the manager. It's not Boccioni. Didn't do anything wrong this year. He he was handed at outfield that is far and away the worst outfield in major league baseball far and away. I mean, come on hundred pants retired. He just didn't tell anybody Gorky commanders was really good this year for gore Keyser Nandes. And and they didn't have anyone Shaw Duggar and all these Austin Slater this left-field parade of four four eight guys hasn't been very good. So they don't have an outfield. What you could have John McGraw? You could have Connie Mack. You could have Whitey Herzog. You could sparky Anderson. You you could have you anybody managing this team. It's about you have to have twenty five man roster. You got to score runs. It's what extra-base hits the list of the teams of the best most extra-base hits in baseball nine of the top ten teams are are playoff bound. And and the giants only twenty nine th and extra base hits. They have to get more dangerous and build a lineup pitching. It's not about de. It's about build a lineup of dangerous hitters, and then guess what? All these guys are going to be pretty good managing options. At that point. A dave. I'm sorry. You came in here and got buried by. Larry. I I enjoyed you. All right. Oh, here's Andrew in Texas with a different line of attack. What part of Texas Andrew? Yes. So here's my question. Andrew what part of Texas? Are you in? I live in Colleen, Texas where Fort Hood is Fort Hood. Okay. Yeah. Near near near Austin. We've been there. Hot Austin is the place to be. But my fear you gotta speak. You don't care about. Don't you? A place to be awesome. The place to be for who know often is definitely the place to be exactly in Texas. As a California transplant. The the culture shock is much easier transitioning to Austin that it would be say, Dallas hilarie. Why you move the damn taxes? Correct. The military. Yeah. Okay. Well, whatever. There. You just said it you want to attack a man that has not been attacked go ahead. It's not an attack. I guess what? I'm afraid of is. You know, you guys are thrown out all these great names for GM candidates. And they're great candidates. But my fear is you know, what candidate who has great candidate. Whereas their pick of jobs. He's gonna wanna come to a place where the two previous GM's are still employed in the organization, you know, even if they're given the title of oh, you're in charge. You're the top. I I I agree with you. And that's why you maybe what you have to wait and see if it's a big powerful guy then. Yeah. Then maybe hey, I want I don't even wanna look at sage face. Young guys trying to get in. There isn't going to have to say, I don't wanna look at saving. I don't wanna look it happens though. A lotta time. It happens a lot. Name Colletti when he took over the dodgers GM job stained cast, and was was still there from the previous regime, and I I believe it's it's not as uncommon as you would think many of these GM's are in the background. But I hear you. I mean, that's why I asked franey is the person who's going to be hired going to have total control. Or is he gonna have Larry Baer whispering? What you know what? No, no, we want. We don't want to go too long too young because we need to sell tickets today. And then he's got Sabin over here going. You know, what I would do it this way because I believe in pitching and defense. I mean is this person can have autonomy to come in. I think that's really the key. I think if savings there, it's okay. As long as the guy's got total autonomy. Andrew you want honesty, three bigwigs who just contributed gigantic sums of money to come in and sit with Larry and I have walked in the room. Gary don't be don't we'll just trying to focus on the person on the line..

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"larry great" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"In nineteen sixty nine he was gambling a million. And a half a day. By one account and that came in from quote from Larry Geller. So he had to come he. Had to always push Elvis and pushing and pushing and pushing and it was even in Vegas I mean he'd be there. For two months and he worked two shows and night sometimes three seven days a week In an hour and twenty five minutes or so and he was the. Whole show, it's. Not like you're a bass player in a band. Like Aerosmith or something or drummer where if you have an off night. Everybody else can carry you so he has such. A high Sch high energy. Show and he was so tired by the time he got off, the stage he was about cross. Eyed and, Colonel Parker's just said as long as we keep doing dates everything will be fine, well you know the The it started to. Badly Elvis started to be, in poor health in one time. In particular he was inundate just. Before he had he had to. Perform a date an escaped, me and it was I think it was Saint Louis Saint, Louis no, I'm sorry it was Louisville was Louisville. And it was it was nineteen seventy six and Elvis is in bed almost comatose and he's moaning in Dr neck is trying to revive him and. He's he's dunking is head in. Ice water to try and it's a train revive him and this is a, quote I'm paraphrasing something you Larry Geller one of, Elvis is really good friends. Had headset in one video he said that you know, Parker comes in and liberty Geller gets off and he says you know. They meet face to face and Neil. Larry great is going to see what what is going, on here and you. Can't, let this, go Wanton human so he walks in. The door closes he's in in. The bedroom talking, to Dr, and accomplished for a couple of minutes he comes out and, he tells, Larry Geller the only thing that matters. Is it that man is onstage to tonight that's the only thing that matters turns around walks out So this is what you have on your hands and did Elvis. Performance night he did he did even. His last concert is voice never failed, them and the you look at a guy in you know look it's easy to. Look at Elvis in the condition he was. In his last concert he here looking at a very sick man and. Elvis had a birth defect he had a, twisted colon So you know here's this guy who couldn't this is. One of the reasons he wasn't on. A toilet he hadn't had a bowel movement in weeks which is why he. Was so. Loaded up. And they discovered that at the, autopsy so we're. Starting to get into the cover up which, should we, go, to the coverage yet or I wanna just touch. On one more thing before that. And that is we were talking about his work with the FBI I wanna. Talk about operation fountain pen What was that all about Well as I, said before in seventy six Elvis was the, biggest tax payer in Tennessee and he was Elvis Presley. Almost filed bankruptcy that year he was really in is really. In a bad financial way so, his father had seized his his father had seized his. Finances trying to make himself And He hit a plane l. wanted a bigger and better. Plane that's just kind of the way it. Is you, know I, mean this was a bigger and, better sorta. Guy you, know he didn't have one reunion to have. Five it was, like so for. Him so I wish I. Could so he had. This it was called hound dog. Too he named it hound dog to it was the Jetstar and it was one of those first planes and they were selling it in nineteen seventy. Six so he's still. Own I think channel nine hundred thousand dollars or..

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"larry great" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Year and he mac health insurance plan travel discounts and benefits amac is a million members strong and groin including the great elderski has always a map represents your values not the liberal values of philosophy and schumer so join amac dot us that's amac dot us i got a very interesting call from someone who wanted to know more about vouchers and i'm gonna talk to you about that at the top of the hour triple eight nine seven one s a g also oscar robertson the nba great hall of famer when the greatest basketball players ever i still think he's underrated he is upset with white athletes not kneeling in support of the cause of injustice in the streets as he puts it we'll talk about that later on as well but i patrick if in orlando florida patrick you're on the larry elder show hey larry great to be speaking with you how you doing i'm doing great thank you great will larry i just wanted to comment and first off let you know that the democrats have encouraged me to legally changed my name to mr deplorable my second comment is i'm currently dating a wacko who she herself tells me okay that because she thinks more like a conservative she has had other black people tell her that she is not black enough patrick you know the same thing with one set about obama obama ran against a man named bobby rush who still in the house bobby rushed used to be a black panther and brock obama thought he was irresponsible over the top maxine waters type and so brought bomber thought he would run against this guy and get the nomination from him because brock obama's more sensible this guy's over the top he's a screen where he's a yeller obama got his butt kicked and this guy called him basically acting white he said he was in the elitist guy who went to harvard he taught at university of chicago he's not a real black person to the point where patrick after obama lost that race he redesigned his senate seat to make it more affluent more jewish less poor unless black so i think it interesting that somebody would call your girlfriend not black enough when it was once said about obama and obama's down with brothers but by people love them some obama the point is obama was once called that it's well obama also said that there are a number of ways to be black and there's no one right one way of being black people you can for him saying that patrick thank you very much for.

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"larry great" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on Larry Wilmore: Black on the Air

"All right welcome back honored to have on the show senator tim kaine almost vice president of the united states welcome senator hey larry great to be with you yet don't believe fake news i feel like it looks so i'll talk about that in a little bit but there's so many things going on right now center and thank you so much for taking time out to speak with us today i you know it's so funny as i'm saying these words i was like man it'd be so great if if anybody could just call senator call somebody say please help what's going on give us some insight into the process i i wanna get your taken there's breaking news right now and i'm recording this and january twentieth on a wednesday and i think the president just issued an executive order putting out the fire that he started i believe trying to so yeah it's interesting that they were recording his june twenty is world refugee day so that they every year where we think about the needs of refugees all over the globe and the put executive were still digging into it but it basically says look if you it clearly says this if you come to the border and cross and you're here illegally right we will not separate you from your family as we figure out what to do unless there's some you know some showing that the child may be endangered by the family member there with but it doesn't answer another question that i'm digging into which is a lot of people are coming to our border they're not here legally they're coming in i want to file for asylum so they're trying to take advantage of a legal process that the us has long provided for people who are fleeing extreme situations the that's what we're no longer going to allow silom for violence or domestic abuse but it's a little unclear you're not exactly here illegally if you come to a port of entry and say i wanna for silent what's going to happen about that and then the second thing that's very obvious and obvious concern what about the twenty four hundred kids that are in these places separated parents been separated yeah what are you going to do to get them back together one heartbreaking story that appeared in the papers right before father's day was of a honduran father who came here with his wife and three year old son he came after his brotherinlaw was murdered by drug gangs and copan honduras i lived in honduras many years ago and when his child was taken away from him he had a panic attack and and fought back they put him in jail and he committed suicide and and so i think there's going to be some we'd need to stay on this administration about the reunification of these families that were so heartlessly separated you bring an interesting point about hunters and what goes on for persons life in countries like that where you have teenagers who come of age and gang members approach them and give them an ultimatum you join us or you know sorry no more life for you you know people that flee those situations story of a mom told her son to run after he'd been beaten you know just to run for the border whatever well what is it about hachem most americans really don't know what's actually happening with the immigration situation on the southern border yeah larry we i think those of us in atlanta work we have to do a better job of describing it because i'm gonna take it to another level it's not just honduras is i'll use hundreds of it's not just that the country they're so violent that parents make this sophie's choice type of sending their kid away or even the parent company child aleve the violence and under is related to the united states it's it's us consumption of illegal drugs grown in colombia and mexico and other places that are transiting north and the us dollars to pay for the drugs or transmitting south and all that money goes into these tiny poor communities the gangs are fighting like hell to be the top dog and get the money and so the violence that's driven in these neighborhoods is largely driven around drug trade that's that is there to feed in american consumer so that that it's not that these kids are coming to the us and we are unconnected.

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"larry great" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on WGTK

"The state capital sacramento we'll also be having a little soiree so i hope to see all you there dave is in irvington new jersey dave you're on the larry elder show hey larry great to speak to you i'm excited because these days from now is opening day for baseball the baltimore orioles you had a good year last year yeah we did we did we kind of ran steam you know after the all star break 'cause the pitching went south we had a prison years dave let's see how good you are on your baltimore orioles trivial trivia seventy three they had a year where they had four twenty game winners named the four twenty game winners pat dobson correct jim palmer correct dave now and mike wear on real i've asked that question in bars day for almost thirty years and two people have gotten it right now dave both of us are so so that might have accounted for it but very well done my friend you know i was listening to listening to the expert that you played yesterday from from elizabeth warren grilling of the great dr ben carson right and it was very instructive my brother you know a couple of things ran across in my mind if elizabeth warren had been a conservative republican and dr ben carson had been an all left and and you know the usual stuff takes the usual raised in was all were always claiming to speak for all black people they'd have been out of four comparing a elizabeth warren who margaret sanger the white supremacist to formed a planned parenthood absolutely i one hundred percent agree with you they would have been marching on washington they wouldn't talking about how poorly treated this poor ben carson was if he were a leftwing democrat given the browbeating that elizabeth warren laid on him did notice anything sort of ethnic about his attitude and answer your questions something that rattled him he seemed disturbed that was you asking him the questions did you sense anything there and you said at that hearing quote i will follow the law i remember hoping that that was true.

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"larry great" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:38 min | 3 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I will give you the results of this question tomorrow triple eight nine seven one s eight e triple eight nine seven one seven two four three i'll be broadcasting tomorrow from the state capital sacramento we'll also be having a little soiree so i hope to see you there dave is in irvington new jersey dave you're on the larry elder show hey larry great to speak to you i'm excited because days from now is opening day for baseball baltimore orioles you had a good year last year year we did we did we kind of you know after the all star break we had a pretty good right all right dave let's see how good you are on your baltimore orioles trivial trivia seventy three they had a year where they had four twenty game winners named the four twenty game winners correct jim palmer dave mcnally mike wear real i've asked that question in bars day for promised thirty years and two people have gotten it right now dave both of us are so per so that might have accounted for it but very well done my friend you know i was listening to you listen to the experts that you played yesterday from elizabeth warren drilling of the great dr ben carson right and it was very instructive my brother you know a couple of things ran across my mind if elizabeth warren had been a conservative republican and dr ben carson had been in all tra leftist and and you know the usual suspects the usual raised in with all the were always claiming to speak for all black people they'd have been out in full force comparing elizabeth warren to margaret sanger the white supremacist to form the planned parenthood dave absolutely i one hundred percent agree with you they would have been marching on washington they were talking about how poorly treated this poor ben carson was if he were a leftwing democrat given the the browbeating that elizabeth warren laid on him sort of ethnic about his attitude and answering your questions something that rattled him he seemed disturbed that was you asking him the questions did you sense anything there and you said at that hearing quote i will follow the law i remember hoping that that was true.

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"larry great" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

The West Wing Weekly

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly

"Prepare shift speed fasten seat belts yes sure and these two congressmen similar and siegel are dead set against it and they refer to the president's reelection as a lonely landslide because the rest of the party wasn't able to benefit from his victory that term lonely landside is a real one ally mentioned it was a it was used for the clinton reelection in nineteen ninety six but the lonely landside was also a term used for nixon's reelection back in nineteen seventy two seventy two where he just crushed i mean he had he won five hundred twenty electoral votes that year but despite that democrats actually gained seats in the senate and larry great in this episode yes and ed gets them no yeah gets a big old kiss the president gets larry's name right and so you know i feel like it's almost as good as a kiss from cj win win to big episodes for both of them yeah without any confusion or jokes he says larry will you go tell them at feel like so often their job is to be looking things up and then throwing out terrible ideas right i do like the cj kisses ed moment with both the beaming smile from peter tim smith and his reaction i was the one who said at first very funny it's a great moment i want those to be stuck cast in more things together yeah i agree world needs more about those actors together you mentioned the donna stuff with josh that might be my favorite part of this whole episode it's a little thing but i love the idea that donna wants to take on more responsibility and then immediately given the chance and then she does it i mean if the west wing is an idealistic show that to me is sort of the best form of its idealism and it also just in terms of character development that's a really great moment for that character you know and it just spells the potential future donna can have.

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"larry great" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on WGTK

"I will give you the results of this question tomorrow triple eight nine seven one s eight ge triple eight nine seven one seven two four three i'll be broadcasting tomorrow from the state capital sacramento we'll also be having a little soiree so i hope to see all you there dave is in irvington new jersey dave you're on the larry elder show hey larry great to speak to you i'm i'm i'm excited because two days from now is opening day for baseball absolutely who's your team the baltimore orioles last year yeah we did we did we kind of ran out of steam you know after the all star break because the pitching we had a pretty good years dave let's see how good you are on your baltimore orioles trivial trivia i think was seventy three they had a year where they had four twenty game winners named the four twenty game winners correct kim palmer they make now and mike wear real i've asked that question in bars day for almost thirty years and people have gotten it right now dave both of us are so poor so that might have accounted for it but very well done my friend you know i was listening to listening to the experts that you played yesterday from from elizabeth warren drilling of the great dr ben carson right and it was very instructive my brother you know a couple of things ran across in my mind if elizabeth warren had been the conservative republican and dr ben carson had been an altar leftist and and you know the usual suspects usual raced in was all were all claiming to speak for all black people they'd have been out in four comparing elizabeth warren to margaret sanger the white supremacist who formed the planned parenthood absolutely i one hundred percent agree with you they would have been marching on washington they were talking about how poorly treated this poor ben carson was if he were a leftwing democrat given the the browbeating that elizabeth warren laid on him ethnic about his attitude and answering your questions something that rattled him he seemed disturbed that was you asking him the questions did you sense anything there and you set at that hearing quote i will follow the law i remember hoping that that was true.

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"larry great" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Stock dr larry great ryan great to be back yeah i was out new jersey taught an amazing course to a bunch of new students and we made some money what's better than that sounds like a good time and if you would listen to the show for a while you know that larry as the stock doctor he's the brains of the operation here so i've been kind of i've been kind of lost without my i almost that copilot but really i bet lost without my pilot i've just been a copilot wandering the world aimlessly but this is a lot of fun i love doing the show show i get excited ford every week and it's part of my rebellious nature which as a child i think is is is one of the things i love about it and what i mean by that is if you guys of listen to this show before the you know what i'm about to say but if you have it this year was all about money and talking about money and talking about how to make money in a little kid if your parents like my parents they told you do not talk about money that's not that's not appropriate that's not that's rude that's insensitive you could hurt somebody's feelings well ladies and gentlemen our financial family out there listeners all over the world we are excited because we're going to spend the next sixty minutes doing exactly that talking about how to make more money in the financial markets it always ends up being a threepart question i love kick lucio off with this because we really can't talk about this enough right how we make money inside of the financial markets i say it ends up being a threepart question because there's three directions the market can go i just got back from hawaii about i don't know 48 hours ago working with a group of eighty new students talking about these exact concepts and it really boils down to these three things this is what we just focus on focus on focus on focus on and it is just those those ways of making money what are the marks going number one up whether of the markets number two going down or also number three going in that.

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"larry great" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Gene five of all things packers he is packers hall of famer larry mccarron i chatted with the rock a short time ago you know you on several teams that at times larry great players but they struggled a little bit to win hotel fizzer plenty are her people don't trust rare i don't think any pretty overhead iran struggling to win the hear bad way people looked at my everybody go ahead mary with that kind of is the backdrop how tough as it in a locker room when a team is struggling or are deal however i think when you have a team that used to success who's a couple ways to look at it one they know things can turn around because they have in the past two they're used to win and they're used to everybody be unhappy all the time sort of it's kind of a little bit of a dilemma uh as to which side of the fence which side of that fence you want to be an but uh this team i really think as long as hits in the morning as long as there's a chance i think it's doing okay in the lockerroom now certainly they'd rather be winning but as long as her in the hunt which they are i think they're okay and i don't think it hurts at all that they see aaron rodgers working out and when you see him workout and you see him towers no i know many of your listeners did on sunday night when you see that you get encourage like hey there's a there's a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow we just got to get on the rainbow and uh so i think as long as the packers are in the hunt they i think it it it prevents that old poor also in this season was done and we have no hope larry want to ask you about aaron rodgers so aaron rodgers doesn't do anything without seeking about it he's very thoughtful he does everything with.

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"larry great" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"larry great" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"These these rush limbaugh newsradio one hundred two point nine karn and let's get started on the phones people want away in going to start in seat when washington larry great to have you sir how are you doing oh great rush brings from the left coat i appreciate that thank you all have a theory about the donna brazile goria night i just wonder if he hasn't labral i on a president run um by riding out the crampton and the democratic party there's gonna be a certain amount of the democrat vote republicans who just fall in love with her or been uh a a woman of virtue for telling the truth all you think that brazil is setting herself up to run after you know what i haven't bonn at that she did do the manhood and size contest with a bunch of guys on the democrat side and i think she won actually which no surprise me donna brazile with the larger manhood packaged in many of these democrat guys but no i that's not where i'm thinking you could be right but i i don't think donna brazile uh i don't think that's her area of interest i don't think that's that's what is on tap here uh but you are close to what i'm thinking nevertheless here's bill in a rally north carolina great to have you sir how are you i don't rush the want pleasure i feel like i won the lottery today well thank you i appreciate that sir harry lip and then you her many many year my i.

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