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A highlight from Wake Up with MilSpouse Patti Katter
"In her inspiring journey, Patty Katter, a passionate advocate for freedom and military families, delved into advocacy after her husband's service -related injury. From advocating for wounded warriors and veterans to bridging the gap between the military and broader communities, Patty's commitment to service and love for freedom shines through. As an author, journalist, and host of the renowned podcast, Wake Up with Patty Katter, she strives to foster understanding, connection, and open -mindedness, all while cherishing the values of freedom and independence. Her remarkable story is up next on Veteran on the Move. Welcome to Veteran on the Move. If you're a veteran in transition, an entrepreneur wannabe, or someone still stuck in that J -O -B trying to escape, this podcast is dedicated to your success. And now, your host, Joe Crane. Service isn't just what Navy Federal Credit Union does, it's who they are. That's why Navy Federal created tools to help you earn and save more. Find out more at navyfederal .org. All right, we're talking with Patty Katter today, mill spouse, a wounded warrior advocate, and host of the Wake Up with Patty Katter podcast. Patty, always great to have a fellow podcaster on the show. Take us back, tell us a little bit about your background, where you're coming from. Hey Joe, thank you so much for having me. So originally, I was born in Flint, Michigan. A lot of people know about Flint because of their water crisis they had years ago. But rest assured, I didn't grow up in Flint. I was from a little town in mid -Michigan, and I met my husband, Ken, when he was just getting out of the Marine Corps. He was kind of, it was kind of fun because he was this muscular Marine, you know, and he ended up going to be a police officer. And we ended up getting married and having kids and had a beautiful home on 30 acres. And then 9 -11 happened, and he had the calling to go back into the military again. It was his choice. I definitely wanted to support him in any way possible because we had the type of relationship where we were very supportive of each other's dreams and aspirations. So sold we our home, and my husband joined the Army. I know some listeners might think, why did you go from the Marines to the Army? And for transparency's sake, his age. He was older than most people who would be going into the Army. He had, you know, been a police officer for about a decade after his service in the Marine Corps. And so he ended up joining the Army because he could go active duty and he wanted to go active versus reserves. So he went in fully aware that he would more than likely be deployed to combat. We already had two of our nephews who were in the Army and deployed to Iraq at that point. And so we knew it was definitely on the table. I felt like his training was good. He would be fine over there. We just kind of, you know, whoever is listening, if you're not a God believer, that's fine. Call it divine intervention, whatnot. We believed that God would protect him in one way or another or whatever would happen would be in God's control, not ours. So long story short, we were living on Fort Bragg after we sold our home. And we lived there for about a year and he decided to, we actually together, decided to buy a home off of Fort Bragg. Shortly after his call was to Iraq. So I guess it was about a year. There was a tiny part when he first joined that he was in Hurricane Katrina cleanup. I think he was gone maybe a month or so. I can't quite remember that honestly. So I'll pause here to see if you have any questions. Cause I know that was just a lot to digest. Yeah, no questions. Although, I did want to say there's a lot of Marines that go into the Army and Air Force and other services the second time around. Especially the Army and Air Force, cause they're a lot bigger. There's just more opportunity there. Especially if you like done your main stint as a young active duty Marine, you start running, depending on what your MOS is, it's a very up or out organization. And that's really common. There's a lot of people that were in services other and the other services love hiring them, love getting them on board too. You don't have to go back to boot camp or basic training. And usually they bring that Marine Corps attitude with them, which the other services most of the time love. So it's pretty common story. I know a bunch of Marines that went to other services afterwards. So he's probably in good company. Yeah, definitely. And he was definitely a good asset to the 82nd Recon. So he had all that training and he was pretty high speed and I didn't even understand how high speed he was until probably the last few years, because he never bragged about it. He still never brags about it. Recon, they run a tight ship and the Army was a little bit different of a transition, honestly, for him versus being in the Marines, it was really structured. And the Army, it was pretty structured, but not quite as regimented, I think, as the Marines. And that's just me interpreting. And so if you Army guys out there are upset about that, sorry. And of course, what a transition for you also, because you met him, first time you met him, he was on his way out of the Marine Corps. So you never really experienced being in the Marine Corps with him. And then now you're both are several years older. You're not some young 18, 19 year old new spouse going into the service with her husband. So what was that like for you, your transition into the Army? Yeah, for me, at first it was an adventure. I was excited about the move. I've always been one who enjoyed adventure and I was pretty independent anyways, in my thinking and in my career that I had, and I had done some journalism since I was in 10th grade. So I had my own things going on. And then having kids, I kept busy. So it wasn't a huge adjustment at the beginning, especially for him being a police officer. There were a lot of times that he would work third shift, he would come home in the mornings and then go to court during the day. So he was already sort of gone a lot. So when the training was going on in the Army, that part was not a big deal to me. Hurricane Katrina, that was just different, I guess, because it wasn't like he was out on a hunting trip, you know, it was like he was gone a little bit longer. And then gearing up towards Iraq, I really didn't think a lot into it either. Because honestly, I didn't watch the news a lot. I was busy with my kids. When we moved to Rayford, North Carolina, outside of Fort Bragg, my parents actually had bought a house there and we ended up living right next door to my parents. So I was busy with them and the kids would be back and forth with them. So that part was good and easy. Awesome. Yeah, the deployment was weird because I'll never forget the day he was supposed to deploy. First of all, you know, the hurry up and wait thing, that's a real thing. So we're waiting hours and we're thinking, you know, he's going to be taking off soon. What year was this? Do you remember? That was in 2006. So that's a good question. Yeah, August 2006. Okay. Things were fairly well oiled at that point, you know, like the cycles and everything like back in 03 and then going into 04, we were turning things on, turning things off I've heard so many horror stories about units were supposed to be leaving and then weeks later, they were still there, still waiting to leave, you know, and then eventually they left. Yeah. And, um, yeah, honestly, I kind of thought that was going to happen with him because the first night they were like, Oh, sorry, just joking. No. Um, so he ended up deploying the next day. So he was able to come home that first night and then it was the next day he left. So my dad took him. Um, it was easier for him to take my husband, I think to war because, you know, it was a little bit stressful that morning. I remember it was a little tense at home. The kids, um, were small. So at that point there was a six year old, a nine year old and a 12, nine and a 12 year old. Yeah. So six, nine and 12, um, the 12 year old, she understood it. The nine year old understood it, but not as clearly as the 12 year old. And then the six year old, she did not understand it really. And they were all really close with Ken. Um, he was always really great with the kids. Um, very, very active participant in their lives. And so it was difficult on them. Um, the first, the, when he actually really left that, that first day, one of the neighborhood kids down the road said, Oh man, your dad's going to war. He's going to die cause soldiers get killed in war. It never crossed my kid's mind until that very first day of a 15 month deployment. So that was, that was a tough one for the kids.
Fresh "MO" from News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"1000 FM 97 .7 stay connected stay informed afternoon 231 now 61 in downtown seattle we'll have a forecast for you here in just a couple minutes i'm rick fan size here's what's happening around the northwest person one found shot to death in a trailer in paulsbo como forest mole hider has more from the scene this is northeast along lincoln road and subtle my road northeast this is not an area where we typically see crime very quiet heightening community so this is something rare to see here that's mo hider the kitsap county sheriff's office says they're looking for two men in their 20s who took off in an suv detectives believe they knew the victim they're identified as 29 year old caleb sloan and 26 year old axel strom you can see their pictures on our acts formally known as twitter page at news radio n w senator maria canwell wants additional hearings on the fentanyl crisis more from northwest news radio's jeff pojala this has been an ortany issue for the washington democrat for months earlier this year she held a series of roundtable discussions across the state on the fentanyl crisis we want to make sure that at the federal level that local communities law treatment need centers more help and support now she's pushing the senate committee on indian affairs to hold an oversight hearing on how the crisis has affected native american communities he says the native american population has been disproportionately affected by fentanyl overdoses jeff pojala northwest news radio and republicans on the committee have not yet responded to her request with college students back on campus so -called hazing is underway here north northwest news radio's carlene johnson participating in hazing activities could result in a fine misdemeanor a charge or a felony if the hazing results in serious bodily harm or death like in the case of sam martinez who was forced to drink a massive amount of alcohol at what they call big little night at his wazoo fraternity he passed out and later died from acute alcohol poisoning 15 frat members were charged with furnishing alcohol to a minor but sam's mom told crim tv at the time those charges far more should serious have these charges are very minor charges against these 15 people and none of it can bring sam back here in washington the sam martinez has stopped hazing law which was passed unanimously makes hazing a gross misdemeanor and if that hazing results in substantial bodily harm it rises to a felony carlene johnson northwest news radio hamsters ibew members and others plan to rally this afternoon outside the takoma municipal building they represent takoma workers who repair roads clean up parks and operate libraries among other things they want higher wages there we run this city rally starts at four thirty this afternoon northwest now from northwest news radio your home for breaking news and traffic and weather every ten minutes on the forest here's kimmy klein from high the -performance homes traffic center in seattle we had a crash on capitol hill that was blocking both directions of highway around pine street that has been cleared both north and southbound lanes are getting through once again but south and i -5 remains busy into downtown seattle now from the u -district towards i -90 we're still okay across our floating bridges on 520 and i -90 but bellevue traffic just continues to pack in on southbound 405 leaving southeast 8th right of the kenny dell hill towards sunset in renston there is a crash reported in renston on state route 169 near cedar grove road i'm seeing some minimal delays there and some scattered ones on the valley freeway now southbound 167 around south 180th around willis street and a little bit more around joe vita our travel time on i -5 from seattle to federal way is taking drivers 37 minutes north and i -5 seattle to everitt that is coming in around 34 minutes and the hood canal bridge was opened uh to boat traffic we're now getting through once again for cars so we're seeing traffic move again on highway 104 and highway 3 around there the support is sponsored by black hills heating cooling plumbing electrical black hills heating cooling plumbing and electrical call them today to help with any home service or repair that's triple 888 hills today your next northwest traffic at 244 turn and the weather outlook let's get the sponsored update here from northwest crawl space services and christine clark at como 4 broken sunshine and high temperatures in the low 60s for this
Monitor Show 14:00 09-04-2023 14:00
"Or comments to Big Take at Bloomberg .net. The supervising producer of The Big Take is Vicky Bergalina. Our senior producer is Catherine Fink. Our producers are Michael Folero and Mo Berra. Hilda Garcia is our engineer. Our original music was composed by Leo Sidrin. I'm Wes Kosova. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now.
Fresh "MO" from News, Traffic and Weather
"Leader is calling for a state audit of a program aimed at keeping young people in King County out of juvenile detention. Northwest News Radio's Ryan Harris with that story. The organization Restorative Community Ways and other community groups that operate under that umbrella contract with King County to provide aid and services is meant to help young people, mainly those who commit low level, often first time crimes onto a different path. King County Council member Reagan Dunn says these programs do a poor job of tracking success and track of keeping of the millions of dollars they get from the county. We don't know if they are in fact completing their assignments. Is the completion assignments of actually reducing recidivism and the chance that they might reoffend? Casey McNerthne with the King County Prosecutor's Office says prosecutor Lisa Mannion also supports oversight of these programs. McNerthne says the measure of success comes when you look at individual cases. If you put every one of the youths into juvenile detention, you're going to see the same or more kind of recidivism. I reached out to Restorative Pathways but have not heard back. Ryan Harris, Northwest News Radio. A jury has been selected in the trial of three police Police officers accused of killing Manny Ellis three and a half years ago. Tacoma police claimed that Ellis was trying to break into cars and then was aggressive toward officers. During the confrontation, Ellis was hogtied, had a spit mask pulled over his head and after several minutes he died after saying he couldn't breathe. Como Everything in this case is expected to take time. The trial may not wrap up until December. Experts hired by the officers defense team say Ellis's death was an accident from nephews and heart problems. 30 seats will be reserved for the public here at the courthouse to watch the trial. You can also it watch streaming on the county's website. In Tacoma, I'm Lee Stoll. Come on in. The Wing Luke Museum in Seattle is spending thousands on repairs and upgrades after a man smashed their windows while yelling about the actual slurs last month. Coma 4's Mo Heider spoke to someone who was inside the museum during the frightening incident and has more. It was so loud and causing so much shaking. She thought maybe it was a bomb and that we should all leave the building. Stanley Shakuma was touring the Chinatown International District's iconic Wing Luke Museum last month when he heard the sound of windows shattering. I kept getting louder and it actually started shaking the underneath seats us. It was September 14th when authorities a 76 year old Craig Milne was seen on camera using a sledgehammer to smash those windows. He faces multiple charges, including one for a hate crime. We feel like the community is under attack and it has been for years now since covid pretty much to help with repairs. The city and state Department of Commerce are giving the museum $100 dollars. Museum officials tell como news the money will go towards security upgrades along with mental health services for employees in Seattle will hide her como news. The suspects hearing was rescheduled today after he tested positive for covid. We are learning more about the criminal histories of several in people a string of charged home invasion robberies in south Seattle. Department of Corrections photos show the four adult suspects each now held on more than $1 million bail. Prosecutors allege they are connected to a robbery crew that terrorized Asian families in Seattle. It is a case that could lend some of those suspects with hate crime charges as well. Como four's Holly Menino Snohomish County had an increase in infant sleep between deaths between 2020 and 2022, with 19 deaths total compared to just zero infant deaths and car crashes, burns, falls or drownings. Shawna Rie Oldman, community outreach manager for South County Fire, says those deaths involve babies sleeping in beds with caregivers, so they have a clear recommendation. Babies should have their own separate sleeping environment. It can be a crib. It can be a pack and play. It can be a bassinet. And we want them to be in the room with the parent or caregiver, maybe next to the bed. We just don't want them in the bed with them. Guzman says infants should be put to sleep on their backs and with nothing in a crib with them like blankets that can strangle or suffocate them. Snohomish County offers free a child safety and CPR class where they demonstrate proper sleeping environments. And Seattle will soon be goodbye saying to the only hard rock cafe in the state of Washington, the 14 ,000 square foot restaurant, which has been located near Pike Place Market since February of 2010. We'll be permanently closing its doors on December 1st, 66 employees will be losing their jobs. According to a statement from Hard Rock Tacoma News, the chain open is to the idea of returning to the Seattle area at some point in the future. We check the vegan plumbing sports desk at 10 and 40 minutes past the hour as the Seattle Seahawks face the York New Giants on Monday Night Football. We're at the end of the third quarter right now. We're up 2 to 3 21 to 3. I should say 21 to 3. Bill Sports has says the Seattle Mariners will use a disappointing end to their season as motivation to improve. Despite winning three of their last four ballgames against Texas, Seattle mathematically eliminated
A highlight from S13 E01: Horror Genre Journey: Writer, Lecturer, Producer, Novella
"Hello, welcome to The Elone Show. I'm your host, John Mayelone. In this episode, don't have any regulars, because reasons, as always. As for our guest, she is from Auburn, New York. She's a writer, lecturer, and producer in the horror genre. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you, Mo Mashery. Thank you. Thank you. You're welcome. Yeah, happy to be here. Yeah. So, how's life? It's good. I'm actually about 20, 22 days post -recovery from having emergency appendectomy surgery. Oh, I love that. Yeah, so exciting. Exciting times, never a dull moment. Oh yes, indeed. Have you been up too much recently? No, just kind of still writing. Just came back fresh from StokerCon, which is basically the Oscars for horror writers. And that was my first one. So it's pre -publication date. The publication date for my book is July 5th. So we're gearing up to just promote that. And then I'll have two books coming out in 2024. So it was really about just making connections and meeting people, meeting my horror book heroes. So it was a lot of fun. Oh, very good. How long have you been an author for? Published author for the last three years. I've been writing short stories for myself and circulars and for speaking engagements for about 10 years. So it's nice to be on the other side of other people enjoying my work as opposed to just myself and a group of like 30 people. So that's been pretty good. Nice. Very good. So what brought you to become a lecturer at some point? So I am a behavioral science major, so I am a cognitive behavioral therapist. So I mostly work with PTSD in women. So when I can marry mental health and the horror genre, it's a real, real pleasure for me. So mostly what I lecture on is the trauma featured in horror cinema, mostly women's trauma in horror cinema. So I've been very, very lucky to do that with Prairie View, Texas, and I'm here in the States. I've been able to do that with University of Sheffield in the UK. And for Final Girls Film Fest in Berlin. So I've been kind of all over the map with with sharing that. And that's been it's one of my absolute favorite things to do because I love to talk horror cinema. I love to talk how horror actually can help heal us and our anxieties through the world and actually help our mental and emotional health. And really just to kind of be archival with it. I love horror from a very young age and from from very, very early on, from 40s, 50s horror to now. Any time I can talk about that as well is always a good time. So I always choose lecturing on that aspect.
A highlight from BREAKING Crypto Manipulation EXPOSED! (Bitcoin Dropping)
"We are going to make it right. If you became a millionaire, would you keep working? The commander is here. What's going on right now is California is trying to figure out how to beat California. Oh, I can. Welcome to my hair. It's messed up. Man. Do you know what I was thinking? My hair gel. Welcome to BitBoy Crypto. My name is Ben. No chance it works harder at keeping you in the know about crypto. I'm the biggest and largest and greatest crypto community in all the Interwebs. Nick, can I ask you a question real quick back behind the audience? Why don't we put the TV back up for around the blockchain? Can we, during my show, can we scoot it? You got to do it right now because I'm still, I end up just looking back over here again. Yeah, turn it off. That's great. That's great. Hey, you know what would be even better? No, let me tell you what would be even better. What? No, keep it up. Keep it up. Keep it up. What would be even better is if we could just get like a black window and put it on top of that so I can just see the, oh, that's all I need to see is the red and I can't see it on camera. Guys, that's technical stuff. We're doing a lot of technical stuff. We're doing a lot of technical analysis. This is BitBoy Crypto Show. As you know, we're an all -serious show. Yes. We're an all -serious show. I hope you guys watch the show this morning. Because if you did not watch it, do you see how many viewers we had? A lot. I wouldn't comment on it. We almost said 2 ,000 live. Yeah. We love the show. Yep. Yeah. Why? Because of the clickbait title, obviously. It was a good one. It was a good show because we spent the whole time, I know, guys, my voice is a little, because I'm in these conferences and different stuff, talking over part, you know, robots dancing and loud music at yacht parties and all this stuff. But the fact is, is that, what was my point? I forgot. Where was I going with that, Tim? Well, it's a serious show, a serious crypto show. So the morning show, what we did is we went back, and we looked through all my old videos in 2019, and you can see the sentiment of crypto by looking at my videos. The last day that I ever had less than 1 ,000 views on a video was in 2020, January 23rd. Somebody go look that date up. We're going to do it again, where I did it on the show this morning. Look that date up. Look what happened to the price on that day. That's when crypto finally started moving. And, of course, we had the pandemic crash, but views were at all -time highs at that point when the pandemic was, like, when it first started because people were so like, you know, oh, what are we doing? Everybody's home watching YouTube and stuff, so it started going up. Yeah. But I was trying to explain to everybody that this morning, like, where we're at right now, and I'll just do a quick thing here where we'll pull up Bitcoin. I'm going to pull up a different chart here so that way I can not have the drawings and stuff. I don't want that. I just want Bitcoin, USD. We'll go to Bitfinex. That's where it was earlier. Like, I want to show you guys where we are right now compared to where we're going. And I want to explain a lot of stuff to you guys here. Now, what are these indicators? I do not know. I'm going to turn them off. I think it's always Kelly. Isn't that what we decided? I don't know. That one, maybe. That, I... Yeah, I think Kelly, it's the one that looks at the exchange value profile like that. But the point is, when you go back, a lot of people remember when you look at 2020, and I'm not going to spend time on this because we spent time on this this morning. Well, I've already got it actually. This is the chart I used earlier. So here we go. Here we go. A lot of people remember how things were and things were tough back then, okay? 2019, the beginning of 2020, things were tough. Right here, this area right here, when you look at this, this is where we're at. Now, does Frank know that we're doing charts at the end now? I've already talked to them. Yep. Why is he sitting there then? I don't know. He's going to watch the show for an hour? He's excited. He loves your content because this is the best show. Are you just watching the show, Frank? Yeah. Oh, okay. Frank's watching. Oh, he wants it because he gets it like five seconds ahead of everybody else. True. It's true. He's such a DJ, y 'all. So anyways, so the point is, when you look back here at this, okay? And like I said, I'm not going to spend too much time on this. This is such a big idea. Go watch the 8 .30 AM show. It was incredible today. I'm telling you, you're going to want to watch it. This right here is where we're at right now. This is where we're at right now. This here, this was right after the last time I ever had less than 1 ,000 views on a video. This, and you want it, you know what's funny is? Do you want to know the name of that video? No. What is it? It was a podcast. Me and JChains, bearders and midcoins. We used to do that show. And the name of it was Crypto Influencers Quitting in Droves. And that, when you look at that second box there, or the second circle, the second circle, the very beginning of it, the line in between those two circles is when everybody quit. Now, like I said, this here, I thought this was a serious show. It is. What did you draw? Are you saying those look like? Okay, anyways. Okay. So this here was pandemic crash, so whatever. But I want to point something else out to you guys. The last thing I want to point out here before we move on is when you look here, and you look at 2019, here's the bottom. This is the bottom. It was December of 2018. Okay, I think December 15th maybe. Let's see. What day is that? The 14th. It went down to 3281. 3281. Yep. December 14th was the bottom. I called it a week later. I said that was the bottom. 100%. Never recanted on that. That's not something I threw out 74 opinions, and that one was right. Okay? This was the bottom of the market over here on the left side. This was the bottom. This, this circle right here where everybody quit, this was the bottom of the sentiment. This was when the bottom felt like the bottom because nobody cared in this range right here. And remember, this is where we're at right now in the market. I mean, look. You look at the volatility. You see it. Then you come over here, and you look. Well, we got to go forever. Here we go. There we are. Like, I mean, look at that. This is even more solid, even less volatile, even less volatile than it was then. Now, when you open it up, of course, it looks a little more volatile because that's the way it charts where we candle. But the point is, Yeah. is that I'm trying to tell this message to people. I had a guy, my guy MC Moreland, he messaged me today on email me at 9 .30am. I don't know if he's watching the show. This guy messaged me forever about crypto. And he said, No, I didn't respond to him. You know, I just I don't have a lot of time to respond to people, but I saw the email. And he said, I'm thinking about giving up. He said, I think I'm thinking about giving up. I think I'm giving up on crypto. Guys, the last video I ever did that less than 1000 views and go back and look. We're looking at this morning. My average views around that time was probably about 1500, 2000. You go back about a month or two before that, my average views are about 850. You go back a little further, 3400. Okay? Like, not a lot. I showed people the video today. I got a lot of very good video clips for us to pull by the way, by going through those old videos today. But think about this. It's not a coincidence. It's not a coincidence that, right now, the way people are feeling about crypto is lining up for the first time, most likely for most of you, with what all your friends and family and your haters have been saying. They've been saying it's dead. They've been saying it's over. They've been saying Bitcoin's not going to go back up. They've been calling it a Ponzi scheme. They've been saying the government's going to take it over. The government's going to ban it. The government's going to make it illegal. They've been making you feel bad for the whole time because you came at the top of the market. Most of you did. Face facts. Most of you came at the top of the market. Not that you had to face facts. I'm just saying that's real. But these emotions, markets are 100 % psychological. The emotions that you're feeling, the depression, the sadness, this is how you know we're getting to the end. But what makes it so dangerous is that your emotions are now lining up with what everybody's been telling you. And this is the No. 1 reason why people get out of crypto. And as I just showed you on that chart, they flock out at the wrong times. And if you're considering giving up right now, if you're considering getting out of crypto and cashing out because you need some money, I urge you, brother, I urge you, sister, I urge you, good friend, I urge you, bitchwad, do not do it. That is not a show for you to keep your crypto. I don't give a frick. It doesn't affect me a lick whether you buy or sell or watch this channel or not. It doesn't affect me a lick. You can go do whatever you want to do and make yourself happy. But as a person that went through it before and came out on the other side and was handsomely, not only am I handsome, handsomely rewarded by that stubborn hardheaded belief in something that I knew was the future, it changed my entire life and the entire trajectory of my life. Now, mo money, mo problems, they say. But I'd rather deal with mo money than mo problems than no money mo problems because you got mo problems, we got no money too. Hey, Ben, does it matter how many times you fall down? Now it matters how many times you get back up. Wait, was that BJ with an actual like... BJ's actually out here trying to inspire. That was good, BJ. Well, I was also going to say the one thing that's not going to give up is tyranny. And that's why it's super important to stay with crypto. Yeah. And stay with decentralization, stay with changing things. Absolutely. Man, this has become a serious show now. Oh, God, I'm sorry. No, I like it, BJ. This is serious. This is serious. We're having the votes. The votes came in. I hated that. I hated that poll, by the way. Like that poll made me so upset. It made me angry. It just made me upset, you know, but that's fine. Look, if y 'all want, if y 'all want, look, I heard you. I would say this. I heard you. I thought I was hearing you one way and I thought things were cool. I guess people weren't too happy. And so, look, I'm one of the people. This is what we're doing. And I want people to understand, you know, I will always continue to make it a joke, though. I will always continue to make that a joke about this is a serious show. This is a serious show. Very serious show. And there will be, you know, I'm now the king of no -nonsense, keeping the show on track. But I want people to know, the morning show, that 8 .30 show, definitely go watch it. Because Ben, he brings out Alpha, but he has fun in that one, too. And that's the end of the show. The crypto chill. We're just chilling, you know. Like today was a little more serious than we usually do, but... Yeah. But the end of the show, when we get to X minute and we get into that stuff, then, yeah, we'll go on tangents at the end of the show. So if you guys love the tangents, you love the nonsense, there will still be nonsense. It'll just be down to 2%, and it'll be the 2 % at the end. Yeah. 100%. Yeah. Okay. So, alright, guys. So make sure you hit the like button. Once again, number one thing you can do as a member of the BitSquad. So let's jump into the top story of the day, which is crypto manipulation. Coinbase has been shorting the crypto market. Public reports indicate. Now, is this news? Do people not know all this stuff? You think? I don't think a lot of people know. I mean, guys, and this is one of these things that's a little bit difficult because Abdul Aziz, my guy, appreciate that. Super chat, man. That's good. Man, although I felt already what you were saying deep down, but hearing you say it, man, I'm freaking pumped and bullish. That's why I put a tweet on I put a post on X. Very serious show. We can't say tweet on Twitter anymore. Yep. Nope. Did BJ just put his own Twitter handle in the thing? No. Somebody else from the marketing team did. BJ, this is a serious show. Please, don't pin that. BJ, you can pin that. Pin that for like 10 minutes. It's a serious show. We want people to follow you. You have a very serious name. But the point is, is that a lot of people have been feeling this way. A lot of people have been sad. A lot of people have been upset. But I lost my track of mind. What was my point? Where was I going with that? Before I started talking about Coinbase. That BJ thing really threw me off. Yeah. On the X minute, when we get there, I'll show you guys one of my tweets I made. People are making fun of it. They're saying, what a dummy. Because I said I'm more bullish than I've been in years and years and years. I am. Because I've seen this before. I've been through this before. I've experienced this before. So everyone's so bearish. And I'm saying I'm more excited. It makes me look like an idiot. It makes me look like I'm shilling crypto and just trying to get people in. No, guys. No, guys.
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"Big Take at Bloomberg .net. The supervising producer of The Big Take is Vicky Bergalina. Our senior producer is Catherine Fink. Our producers are Michael Falero and Mo Barrow. Hilda Garcia is our engineer. Our original music was composed by Leo Sidrin. I'm Wes Kosova. Stay with us. Today's top stories and global business headlines are coming up right now.
A highlight from How To List Expired Sellers NOW! (Proven System!)
"Welcome to Real Estate Coaching Radio, starring award -winning real estate coaches and number one international bestselling authors, Tim and Julie Harris. This is the number one daily radio show for realtors looking for a no BS, authentic, real time coaching experience. What's really working in today's market, how to generate more leads, make more money, and have more time for what you love in your life. And now your hosts, Tim and Julie Harris. Three, two, one, and we're back. I want to start out by thanking all of you who have given us five star reviews over on iTunes. Your comments that you guys are leaving actually go a long way to motivate Julie and I to know that we're on track. And we always are appreciating and looking for suggestions for podcasts. We definitely try to focus on other things that are going to help you guys be motivated, obviously educated and get you into action with regards to real estate sales. But if there's any other topics you want us to talk about, obviously we're always interested in being of service to you. The best way to suggest those show ideas is just to message me directly and you can just text me honestly. It's 512 -758 -0206, 512 -758 -0206. But I want to start out today's show by showing gratitude for all those who took the time and gave us great reviews over on iTunes. It was certainly... Yes, thank you everybody. We love seeing those. We get a nice little email every time someone leaves us a review. Between our book, our book now on Amazon is over 500 five -star reviews and I think the podcast is over 500 five -star reviews, it definitely is telling us that we're on track and doing a good job. So thank you for letting us know everybody. So Julie, this is a great topic. What we're talking about today, we're talking about essentially, I think we'll call it tips and secrets to hunting expireds. Now some of you are going to have a huge amount of information and background with hunting expireds because you've done it before, it's been one of your pivotal spokes on your lead generation wheel. While others of you, this information would be completely new and you've never been exposed to it. But what we've designed, and Julie just wrote this actually, is we wrote this with this market in mind, knowing that a lot of you have what you feel to be a lack of inventory, but what we're going to expose you to are the fact that even though, and we do know there's a lack of inventory out there, there are also a lot of expireds. They're just not the listings that expired yesterday or today. Some of these, and we're going to give you some secrets on how you can find these, are listings that expired maybe as much as two years ago, but a lot of those sellers don't know they're sitting on a mountain of equity and we're willing to relist. So take very, very good notes and pay attention to what we're sharing with you. And Julie's going to share with you guys some math that will certainly open all your minds to really paying attention. Yes, that's right. So as always, we start out with a little bit of a mindset message. So remember that your number one job in your real estate practice is to generate new business. Without a steady stream of new listings, nothing else matters. In fact, you could have the most polished listing presentation, be fantastic at pre -qualifying prospects and even be a great negotiator and closer, but without leads, none of that matters, does it? So working with sellers of listings that didn't sell for whatever reason can be a real goldmine. It can strap rocket boosters to your lead generation machine and end the feast and famine cycle forever once you get good at it, even if you get kind of good at it. Along with the listings come buyer leads. So concentrating on listings and the buyers will come. Crizzled veterans like to say you have to list to last and they are correct. So here's some math for you. Let me add something there. Sure. In real estate, listings give you leverage, but buyers, you're their leverage. In other words, when you have a listing, you're going to have hypothetically all the agents of your local MLS that are out there trying to sell the house for you. Whereas if you're working with a buyer, it's your job to go out there and look for a house. Exactly. That's what you see. So would you rather have five great listings or would you rather have 50 buyers? All of you will choose the listings because you know they're pretty much guaranteed paychecks. That's the reason that we focus all of you to put your best energies to become powerful listing agents because you then will have time leverage. You then will have essentially the essence of a great business, which is inventory to sell. Well, that's right. And some of you have heard about Expires. You've heard us talk about it. Maybe you know an agent that dabbles in them. And some of you have made this out to be this really huge deal in your mind that you've got to figure this out and get really great at it for it to really work. But here's the thing. Remember that listing, and of course selling, just one expired home per month is worth a minimum of, guess how much, $115 ,000 in income to you. Now that's based on an average of $400 ,000. I think the average sale price right now is even a little bit higher than that. A normal commission paying, let's say, 20 % to your broker netting you about $9 ,600 will equal at least $115 ,200 if you only list and sell one per month. You don't have to make this your life's work. You just have to learn how to do it and supplement the listings you're already getting. Some of you aren't getting any listings. This could be the one and only. But others of you are pretty good at it, and we can add on at least one a month. That's up to you. Our notes from today's podcast are available to you. All you have to do is scroll down, and they're sitting there. You'll see that Julie and I use notes for all of our podcasts. We take the time to write fresh content for you guys every day, and then we give the notes to you so you can use it as your own reference point. If you're on iTunes, just scroll down, obviously on YouTube or on our timandjulieharris .com website or any of the other dozens of different podcast platforms that we're on. When you're looking at the notes, or rather, anyway, make sure you join Premier Coaching. The link to join Premier Coaching is below, and all you've got to do is scroll down, click the link to join Premier Coaching, and it is free. You can join Premier Coaching 100 % for free, no obligation, and that does include a daily semi -private coaching call with a Harris certified coach. This podcast, no matter how hard we try, is training. This is not coaching. Coaching is the next level. For those of you, and it's all of you, who are ready for the next level, learning about Expires and all the other things we teach you guys how to do, make sure you scroll down, click the link, join Premier Coaching, and again, that does include a daily semi -private coaching call. Do that now. If you just would prefer to go to the website directly, you can. It's premiercoaching .com, but the easy button is just to scroll down and click the link to join. All right, Julie, let's go through here, and one of the things I've noticed with looking at your points, and I guess this is, I think, a theme with everything we teach agents to do, is it's really simple, right? It is. We don't like, as a rule, and you guys shouldn't either, anything that's overly complicated. Absolutely not. It is way more simple than most of you listening think. I know that it may be a different thought, and so, you know, naturally, you would have fear of the unknown because you maybe haven't done it, but that's why we try to clarify. So today, we're going to talk about the top eight secrets so that you can get really clear in your mind that this is something every single one of you listening can do. So secret number one, there are more expired listings than you think. Now, you may not pay attention to the expired listings unless you actually watch your MLS hot sheet, which you should be doing daily anyway, or execute specific searches yourself. So don't just look in your favorite area code, your favorite zip code, or price range. Start your search broad, and then narrow in. You'll be surprised by how many expired listings there actually are, and look every day, not just now and then. Sometimes you guys will do a little search, and you won't see a whole lot, and then you'll tell yourself, oh, there's no expireds, and you won't look the next day or the next day. And you won't find them because you're not taking just this secret seriously enough to find what you're after. So this is a scenario Julie and I almost always do when we're in front of live audiences. We'll ask them, you know, everyone thinks listings are hard to get. Everyone thinks listings are like scarce, and you have to pay a tremendous amount of money for the listing lead. They don't realize that listing opportunity is all around them. So what we'll do is we'll ask them ahead of time, we'll do homework. We'll find how many expireds there were in their particular area, and usually it's the entire MLS. And if you're in a big LA type area, there's going to be literally thousands of expireds. If you're in a small area, there's going to be obviously fewer. But what we'll do is ahead of time is we'll search to see how many expireds there were, get somebody's MLS access, search to see how many expireds there were. And then we'll ask everyone in the audience how much they would pay for an expired lead, or rather for a listing lead. And then we'll do like a little mock live auction. And I'll start out like, okay, who will pay $300? Who will pay $350? $350? $400? $400? $500? $500? $500? Right? And we'll keep going up. And what you'll be shocked at, listeners, is how many agents will go well over $10 ,000 for an expired lead. I keep saying expired because that's the punchline here. But for a listing lead. Agents will pay. And now, again, generally speaking, I'll set the mock auction up by explaining to them that this is a seller that is willing to hire an agent, is willing to pay a commission. It's in a decent price range. It's in a decent price range. They're motivated. So this looks, you know, I'm positioning it that everyone's going to want that listing lead. But what's shocking, not really to me, but will often be to the people in the audience is how much agents are willing to pay for an expired, good idea, for a listing lead. So how much they're willing to pay for a listing lead. And then I'll say, the punchline is, guess what? All of these listing leads that I have access to are free and you can have access to them as well. And would you be surprised, you know, audience, that in your MOS, in the last 12 months or even six months, there's been, pick a number, 5 ,000 expired listings and all of those listings you could have directly proactively reached out to, had a conversation with and potentially listed some of those as your own, right? And doing Julie's math, that could have meant hundreds of thousands of dollars for you. So I'll say it again, I'll say, so right now, in front of you, every single one of you have access to thousands of listing leads that are there for you to solicit, you know, call it what you will, proactively lead generate to, that cost you nothing. I want you to think about that. And yet, how many of you listening right now are willing to pay thousands of dollars for a listing lead, let alone buyer lead, right? How many of you? You know, a lot, right? And that's not even virtually guaranteed that you're going to take the listing, you could still be competing. It's just a lead. Now I'll go back to what I said before. Why is it that you want to make it more complicated than that? I don't understand it, honestly. And really it comes down to maybe a lack of information, or maybe you've been, like I said at the top of today's show, maybe you've never been exposed to this before. So the reality of it is you're constantly surrounded by sellers that are more than willing to hire you for the job of selling their home. You just have to have the skill set, and really the mindset, to make those listings your own. All right, Julie, point number two. Okay, point number two, or secret number two, which also could be called objection number two. You'll know it when you see it. If you can't find the phone number, how many of you like to complain, I can't find the phone number? If you can't find the phone number to contact that owner, nobody else can either. Be the one who knocks on their door, and offers not just to get it back on the market, but to get it sold this time. I'm going to put a link in the show description, because you don't have it there, so that they can use our discount link for RedEx. Good idea. So RedEx is a service that actually will go into your MOS for you every single morning. Like when Julie and I were working expireds, what we had is that the service would work while we were asleep, right? And then we would have all the fresh expireds were sent directly to us, and what RedEx will do is they'll get you the phone number, they'll get you any listing history, and actually multiple phone numbers usually, and the listing history, all the information that you possibly could ever want with regards to what's going on with that expired listing. And you'll also know whether it's been relisted or not, and so you don't call a seller that's obviously relisted, things like that. So that is something that you all should be subscribing to, and that's through RedEx. So if you scroll down in the notes today, you'll see there's a link, and I think it's a $150 discount. Just click on that link. They set that up for us last year for our podcast listeners. That's a great service. That is, you know, people often ask Julie and I, if you guys were to get back into real estate, what would you do to lead Generate? And the answer, number one, is centers of influence and past clients, and number two, 100%, it would be expired listings. Yes, and I don't know if you remember this or not, but an example from our real estate career in Ohio, okay? So I don't know if you remember this, but there used to be this sign that would pop up that we noticed, this platinum sign, okay? This was a broker who had moved from Florida to Columbus and had basically been flying under the radar, doing what we did on this previous point, searched the entire MLS, because I thought, where did this broker come from? There's listings in Hilliard, and there's listings over here. You know, she was using the broad search. Any one of you can do this. You don't have to be a super experienced agent. You could be fresh out of the license mill, right? Anybody can do it. Well, again, that is important too. You don't want to just be pigeonholing yourself to a tiny little micro market. You got to be looking market wide, so you see all the different opportunities that are out there. That was my point, is that she started super big, took a bunch of listings, lead generated off of those listings, and basically broke into her new market. That is a strategy. Expired listings, guys, truly are. Once you have the skill set, some of the simplest, easiest, outside of Centers of Influence past clients listings to get, and they don't come with referral fees. A lot of you who've only been in the world, real estate realms for like 15 years or less, you are so used to just having to pay for all of your leads constantly. I have news for you guys, and this will surprise none of you, so Julie and I get solicited constantly for people to advertise on our podcast, and 99 % of them are people that are trying to sell you guys leads, and we won't let them advertise on our podcast, because we know that you can lead generate yourself, and we don't want to be part of the problem. We want to be part of the solution. That's what we're hoping to get across to all of you with focusing on expireds. All right, Julie, and again, the Red X link is going to be below, so just scroll down and click that link, and that's going to be the first step if you're serious about moving forward to becoming a specialist of listing previously listed homes. Let me clarify that. Red X is not selling you leads. No. Red X is a tool to find phone numbers on the leads you already have via your MLS. That's right. Okay. Just so that we're clear on that. Yeah, they're basically like a ... It's a tool. It's a virtual assistant. Absolutely. In essence, what it is. All right, point number three. Point number three. I love this point. Homeowners of expired listings will do things to get the home sold that they wouldn't do for the first agent. They will remedy the negative feedback. They will reposition the price if necessary and loosen showing restrictions. It is not uncommon for a homeowner of an expired to say to their new listing agent, just tell me what to do. I got to get this thing sold. You guys got to remember, sometimes when a listing expired, the seller had on the horizon that they needed to sell the house, but they may not have been very cooperative with obviously showings or even condition, basically cleaning the house up, right? Or sometimes they're even were at the home when the buyer's agent showed up to show the house to their potential buyer, right? All kinds of bad seller behavior. Well, they weren't motivated because they knew they had a year to sell it or 18 months to sell it or 24 months to sell it, whatever, right? Now they're motivated because the house should have sold last month and now they're making two house payments. That means they'll do things for you that they wouldn't have done for the previous agent. When you use our script, when you're contacting these guys, whether by door or phone, you're going to discover that when you ask the questions as we've written them in our script and you discover that they are what their motivation is and Mr. Seller had this home sold, where would you go next? And you are going to hear some of the best, most exciting answers ever because they're all going to be saying, we should have been, we wish we would have, there is, we already have two house payments. You're going to discover that the expireds are the gateway to the most motivated sellers you're going to find. That's right. And their motivation changes. The ones that actually have to sell their motivation is so much more extreme after they expire. And you know, let's be honest, no homeowner ever thinks that their house is going to expire. They didn't even know what that was. We should talk a little bit by why listings do expire. I just talked on one point, uncooperative sellers, but, and you did mention sometimes it's a location issue. But sometimes it's just market timing. They could have been overpriced in the market when they were for sale. Aspirational pricing. They could have had, yeah, there you go. Aspirational pricing 24 months ago or 12 months ago, but now because of inflation, they're priced perfectly. It could be. It depends on, you know, do your new CMA. I'll give you another one, okay, is too many showing restrictions. If you can't get in to show it, you're not going to have an easy time selling it. If you can only see it on a Friday, if the baby's not asleep and if the sun is shining and you can park around the corner, then it's going to be difficult, right? Price is probably up there as well. So we'll talk more about that. But the next one, speaking of price, number four, contact the more expensive expireds first. Seems counterintuitive, right? But fewer agents call on them and they're just as motivated. Same work for you and a bigger payoff at closing. More expireds first. That is an absolute rule or more expensive. Yes. It is a fact that most agents, even experienced agents, start to come unglued, freak out, get uncomfortable in certain price ranges, right? Usually something over the last most expensive thing they ever sold. And many times if it's anything more expensive than what they personally live in, they start to get uncomfortable. That's right. Because they think owners of more expensive homes somehow speak foreign languages. Intimidating. Right, exactly. So you guys have psychologically installed a glass ceiling over your potentiality in real estate because you think more expensive listings are going to be only what agents of a certain caliber will ever get. It's just not true. And here's the other benefit of being an expired hunter, as Julie and I refer to agents that with probably a center of influence past client agent, in other words, they listed their house with their friend or their buddy or their previous agent, and that agent failed to sell the house. So your biggest competitor of most listing situations is going to be that center of influence past client relationship agent. Now that they're no longer a consideration, you basically, provided you follow a professional approach which we teach you in premier coaching, those listings are going to be easier to get than you can possibly imagine. Because remember, let's think about what an expired is. They know what the price isn't, most likely, I mean frankly the price might not be an issue. They are willing to pay a commission, they are willing to list, so right there you've pretty much got green lights to that being a great potential seller. And they have feedback. There's things to work on, there's things to correct. It could be obvious. Sometimes you guys all know this, I think there's some website that's called like biggest real estate listing fails, which has a lot of these examples, terrible little iPhone pictures, not much description or no description at all, sometimes it's a really obvious problem that you can solve. I'll give you another example, Lance Kenmore took one recently that had been, actually never listed, it wasn't, I don't know, I think an agent had it for a little bit, kind of like a 30 day expired. It was a builder house, the builder had taken a break, it was a previous parade home that Lance was very familiar with, popped it in the MLS, sold it immediately. We had that experience when we sold real estate. All the time, right? I asked him, Lance, what did you do that the previous agent didn't do? You know what he said? I put it in the MLS with good pictures and a good description, sold it right away with multiple offers. Well, I mean, it also, it's really stupid things too. So oftentimes inexperienced agents will have it in their minds or they've gotten advice from inexperienced agents that an expired listing is somehow like, oh my gosh, the market's rejected, it's never going to sell. There's something wrong with it. They'll say, why would I want it if somebody else couldn't sell it? You hear all kinds of silly things like that. Or another thing I hear sometimes is I don't want to list another agent's expired because I don't want that agent to, you know, all kinds of craziness. Guys, your job is to be of service to other people in a particular case of an expired listing, it's to be of service to that seller. Don't worry about that seller being cranky or any of those other types of, don't look for reasons not to do the work. If you're right now, as you're hearing Julie and I present this information to you and you're reading the notes because you're scrolled down and you're thinking and you're looking for reasons why it won't work for you, well then it won't work for you if you're looking for reasons why it won't work for you because you're not going to work. You're just looking for reasons not to essentially learn something new, not to put yourself in a position where you can be helping other people. And that's the reason so many of you are attracted to buying leads because you think there's going to be less conflict there. This all comes back down to skill set, mindset, and then frankly your willingness to be of service to other people. The true professionals that are listening right now, you know exactly what I'm talking about. Those of you who are, you know, we have a wobbling somewhere in between and you haven't yet decided to truly commit to your real estate market or your real estate business and the opportunities that are ahead of you, this market's not going to suffer any fools. You guys are going to get eaten alive. You got to move forward and realize that the last market was probably a lot based on who you knew and who knows you. Now it's based on those things of course, but really it comes back down to skill. Next point Julie. Next point is number five, relisted expireds almost always sell right away. We were just talking about this, so watch your hot sheet in your MLS for proof of this. You'll notice that a listing will be on the market for 90 days, expire, then relist, often at a better price with improved pictures and description, and then sell in two weeks or less, sometimes in two minutes or less. Well you know what, you just triggered something, a memory for me, a coaching client actually. So you can go out and list an expired and there was great condition, great location, great price, everything was kick ass. But they took a contract, the previous listing agent took a contract from a buyer and that buyer essentially didn't get their financing. Or there was some other problem that caused the listing to, basically caused it to look like the days on the market was extended, but really all they were doing, especially on upper end stuff, you guys are going to find this to be true. Perfect house, perfect price, perfect condition, everything's great, but the previous listing agent essentially tried to make a round, you know, a square peg working a round hole. They allowed some buyer and the buyer's agent to string them out. There was a series of financing problems, boom, the listing expires.
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What It's Really Like to Be a Profesional Dog Trainer
"Going to go over what it's like to actually be a professional dog trainer in canine culture. But I think in a lot of places, most dog trainers do the same kind of routine that we do. So Julie, what does it look like on day one of a dog coming in to this building to start his day into a board and train on? So you mean whenever I get them out for the first time? I mean, I think things are very, depending on what the dog is here for, if the dog is here for anxiety or stress, things like that, the first session and the whole thing is going to be, you have to be very patient and you have to make sure that you don't do anything that could cause added stress or frustration towards the dog. But now that also applies to other cases like aggressive cases and things like that. I think the first day to me is no matter what kind of dog you have, it's spent on relationship building skills. So there's a lot of things that you're doing. You're trying to figure out a way to understand the dog, to get the dog to get to know you. And it's not really, sometimes it's not always fun. You know, it's just about doing the simplest of things so the dog doesn't think or see you as an enemy or somebody who's trying to hurt them. And so typically in those kinds of cases, the first couple of days can be very trying. You know, you're just trying to get them to, again, be comfortable with you. Yeah, that would be, at least that's my answer. So what do you do, Mo, when you get your puppy out? Say it's just a normal dog, just needs training, six month old, golden puppy. If it's a happy -go -lucky dog, I definitely try to introduce play. I love to play with my dogs. I love to make, especially our first session, a really positive experience for them. So playing a lot, maybe do some food play, some luring, seeing what toys they're really interested in. Just kind of really getting to know my dog before we really start to get into some obedience and stuff like that. And when a dog is really comfortable, you can tell sometimes they will like to go into obedience and we can even use that as a bonding exercise as well. So if I notice a dog is comfortable with going on plays, sitting, downing, we'll go ahead and start that, be very playful about it. And they really enjoy it. It's really fun. So the first week, basically, we're getting the foundations and bonding with the little puppies and the big puppies because we get all the dogs here, the big ones, so the first week you should, it's usually slower than the following weeks, but if you don't put your time in the first week, then it makes the whole next two, three weeks not fun
Pres. Trump Impersonator Shawan Farash Calls Into the Show
"At at JJ We'll this start hour with a call. Let's see, we've got Don in New Jersey. Don, welcome to the Dan Bongino Show. Well, thank you, producer Jim. You know, I hear you're doing a fantastic job and I would call you Mr. Producer, but that name's already taken by another great friend of mine, Mark LaFendi. He talks to Mr. Producer and he does a great, but you do a great job. And I like Dan. Yeah, I like Dan. I like him a lot. But you do a really good job. He's going to be careful. You might be taking his job from him. You're like, Tom Brady, for Drupal Ed Show. That's what happened. We all remember that. Mo Lewis. We all remember the hit heard around the world. We remember that. You're doing so well. So I wanted to congratulate you for that. Mr. President, I cannot believe you would call in the show
Musical 'Some Like It Hot' leads Tony Award nominations with 13 nods
"The musical version of some like it hot leads the Tony nominations with 13. I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest. The Broadway adaptation of the 1959 movie some like it hot is up for best musical competing against Anne Juliet, Kimberly akimbo, New York, New York, and shucked the best play nominees are ain't no mo between riverside and crazy, cost of living, fat ham and leopoldstadt, Jessica Chastain, Sean Hayes, Jodie comer, Josh Groban and Sara Bareilles all earned nominations. Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical bad Cinderella and a beautiful noise the Neil Diamond musical were shut out. The tonys will be June 11th in New York with
The "fair Share" Myth
"Let's get back to criticism of mister Joe slo-mo Joe creepy Joe, geriatric Joe Biden, who got up at the State of the Union and really made a fool of himself, but let me just say this. I want to be honest with you guys. People that like him don't care what he's saying. They want him to say whatever they can use as a sound bite to say, see, look, he did create jobs. Climate change, that stuff ain't even real. They're using political talking points in order to leverage you for the next election or the leverage you to spend your money or leverage you to turn this country into socialism. And communism. When I hear a person say, and this as a business owner, when I hear somebody say, big corporations need to pay their fair share, do you not understand how many taxes big corporations pay and they allow people to pay? It's just me, I'm like, I smile company. I think we got like 12 employees. We got like 9 employees and then we got a few other contractors. I look at that what I have to pay. The taxes that I have to pay on their behalf. It's called payroll taxes. And how much taxes I have to pay, the company has to pay, you know how much money we pay in the government. And these people come here, they got to pay state taxes well. It makes no sense. And imagine one of these major corporations, like Amazon, you know what I mean, people work for Amazon? Do you know how many people are paying taxes? Not only for the services, they got to pay sales tax. And then the employees are getting paid. The company has to pay payroll tax. And being the individual people when they buy stuff outside of Amazon, they have to pay tax. They have to pay state tax. All of these taxes, everywhere you go your money getting taxed, you die, you get taxed. Kids are born, and I don't know if they charge you. I didn't look at the Bill. When your baby's born and they put all that stuff on, they charge the insurance company. I don't know if they add tax on that. Maybe they do. Or maybe they just roll it into the price. Somebody paying tax on some of that money.
The Opposite of the Big Mo for Kevin McCarthy
"Know there's this thing in politics any astute observer of the political scene will tell you It's jokingly called the big moment It's not a joke it's very real and since for momentum Political momentum is a real thing You can feel it with a candidate You felt it with Donald Trump after he came out of New Hampshire with the 2016 election Something's going on here These elections the rally I've had these primaries the rallies he could win this thing Before I remember sit true story I remember sitting in a Fox green room With God rest his soul Charles krauthammer and others Trump had just announced he had done an event in Maryland I think it was a red white and blue dinner He had announced not that long before And I remember a bunch of people in that old Fox green room in D.C. not the one in New York the small one that had the yellow paint on the walls Have you been there Maybe did it since It was tiny So you'd like squeeze in there were like three seats in there And crowdhammer was in there too And I'll never forget everybody laughing at the idea that Donald Trump would be president And I'm sitting there in the green room and I gotta tell you I'm like no you guys got your hands on the pulse right here I'm not going to fake the funky okay It's not like I thought the guy was going to be president at the time I thought but I thought there was a darn good chance And I remember saying are you really sure Because he had the big mo The big mo momentum is a real thing That McCarthy keeps each successive vote It's getting worse for him You know at some point folks we had an expression of the Secret Service It's time to pull chalks Time to pull shocks and let that plane take Oh it's time to go You know and don't tell me like oh well you don't have an alternative on the conservative side We have presented alternative We presented Andy Biggs in round one you didn't like him He got 6 votes Presented Jim Jordan in round two I don't know what he got Ten 15 Now we just presented Byron Donald So I'm sorry but I'm not going to be lecturing like oh you guys don't have an option We have an option You just don't like them
Joe Biden Is Acting Like a Dog, Sniffing Anyone & Everyone
"Don't like dogs We say it's funny Because we are visual creatures right We use light as a stimulus to guide us around the world We're primarily visual creatures We say and do things through the eyeballs We even say things like dogs see the world through their nose Think about that Think about what you just said Dogs dogs do see clear but dogs are more olfactory So dogs really smell the world through their nose The eyesight's almost a secondary feature right They smell everything You ever see dogs that smell each other's butts all the time It's kind of hilarious Imagine humans say hey hold on Okay all right This is Biden He's always sniffing people Now dogs have to when I was in Secret Service school I used to go to the sometimes but I was an instructor there I would go to the classes that other instructors taught because they just had interesting stuff They talk about it So I sat in on a canine class one day These canine explosive sniffing dogs and the guy was explaining how dogs with these long snouts have mo turbinates We have turbinate tissue too but dogs have a lot of them So they can smell things at levels you can obviously that's why dogs are always sniffing around Why is Biden doing that Why is he always sniffing Does he have an extra long snout like we don't know about He has extra special turbinate tissue It's just strange Always in for the SNP
Senator Hawley Blasts FBI Director Wray for MO Conceal Carry Audits
"There are very few people in Washington D.C. of which I will give praise to, but this senator has just been phenomenal at every single fight every corner every turn. He just did a very courageous vote. He was the only senator to vote against NATO expansion. But I don't want to start with that. I first want to welcome senator hawley. Welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks for having me, Charlie. So I want to start with this tape of you with FBI director Christopher wray. Where you ask him, why is the Federal Bureau of Investigation asking for concealed carry information? This one stuck out to me. I want to lead with this. Let's play cut 53, and then explain it to our audience, please. Play cut 53. But the sheriffs of Missouri say in 2018 is that the FBI did not request concealed carry records. You are requesting it this year and the state of Missouri only the sheriffs have these concealed carry records because Missouri law explicitly forbids concealed carry permit information to be turned over to state officials or to federal officials. I just want to understand why it is the FBI is now seeking from our sheriffs, and we're talking about multiple sheriffs who have commented who have contacted me, who have contacted other state officials who have spoken to the press, saying that the FBI is now asking for the names of concealed carry permit holders in the state of Missouri. Why is that if you've not done it before? I don't understand. Well, again, I'm going to have to look deeper into to give you a more full answer to your question. Yeah, look deeper into it. Senator, your thoughts. Well, that just means that he doesn't want to explain. He doesn't want to be on the hook. The truth is, Charlie, what it looks like to me is retaliation. Right now, the Biden administration is suing the state of Missouri over Second Amendment protections. And then all of a sudden, at about the same time, the FBI comes into Missouri and says that sheriffs say, give us give us the list of all your concealed carry permit holders. I mean, maybe that's coincidence. I kind of doubt it. The fact
Mo Brooks: There Should Be Further Investigation About 2020 Election
"I watched your appearance on Fox with Sandra Smith And I thought you articulated a pretty strong case that at a minimum representative Brooks there was some definitely some shenanigans in 2020 We had of course in Pennsylvania the acceptance of ballots after election day which is in violation of how elections are supposed to be conducted We also had the 2000 mules movie with the geo tracking and yet Sandra Smith said that had been debunked but that hasn't been debunked sir At all the 2000 mules movie had a lot of strong evidence that ballot harvesting was used and could have corrupted the results I was with dinesh d'souza yesterday and we did one of those I guess they're called podcasts And it's not enough evidence on its surface by itself to prove a criminal offense to the standard approved which is beyond a reasonable doubt to a moral certainty but it is plenty of evidence that should trigger a lot of serious investigations by district attorneys across the United States of America and attorney generals across the United States of America In order to determine whether with a proper criminal investigation you're able to go forward with a grand jury indictment or arrest warrants and then present that evidence to a jury for a final resolution Dosta sees that he did a very good job as someone who's in the media someone who's a producer of these kind of documentaries raising enough questions that I would hope that prosecutorial agencies around the United States would get that ball and run with it We'll see whether it goes any further than it has Right now there seems to be some hesitancy on the part of criminal investigative agencies to do their job
Mo Brooks: Investigators Should Investigate Ballot Mules
"No this is a really important topic to me And the fact that Sandra Smith had said Reuters debunked it was ridiculous Reuters did nothing of the sword Reuters has an opinion congressman that the geo tracking used for the ballot mules may only be accurate to whatever 6 to 12 inches if own tracker but that's not been the position of the courts You know John Roberts himself said that the geo tracking used was the equivalent of an ankle monitor meaning they had a good idea where these ballot meals were going to and this is the kind of thing the media and law enforcement used to be interested in Like what happened Well investigators ought to be questioning the individuals who made these stops on a regular basis And what appears on the 2000 mules documentary to be a highly suspicious set of circumstances If the individual has a good explanation with why the individual did what the individual did then fine But if not then the criminal investigators ought to carry it further And perhaps to a grand jury perhaps to warrant magistrate to get a warrant magistrate but there's little more important than honest and accurate elections if you purport to be a republic And we are a republic so we have to make sure we have honest and accurate elections It's as simple as that And that means that voter fraud has to be attacked aggressively wherever there is evidence to indicate that it occurred
Mo Brooks: Our Inflation Crisis Was Caused by Self-Inflicted Wounds
"And then when we printed all that money and spent it and we didn't have the supply chain to back it up of course the prices of the products went up Is any of this rocket science I mean this was taught to you when you went to school for economics correct Like this was very predictable By way of background I graduated with distinction and economics at duke university So I do have some education in economics And I have looked at economic issues for decades now of course you've got Jimmy Carter with the economic malaise associated with his administration and the inflation that we have today And I've been advising people that it's only a matter of time before these bad economic policies come back to bite us The difference between the economic malays and Jimmy Carter is much of that was inflicted from without with OPEC doing what they did and monopolizing all production and artificially jacking up prices What's happening now These are all self inflicted wounds When you have a $30 trillion debt you borrow $7 trillion of the last three years alone That's going to devalue the value of the U.S. dollar which in turn means you got to pay more dollars to buy whatever it is you're going to buy And then you add on to it the very bad response to COVID where we attacked our own economy we paid people not to work but what happens when you pay people not to work that interrupts the supply chain not as much as on the shell So you have to pay more in order to get it And it doesn't end with that there are other things I'll give you another example The Biden administration day one attacked energy production for energy that's going to be consumed in the United States of America That cuts down on the supply of energy particularly oil what's the net effect of that That drives that pricing So all of this is economics one O one so long as you don't go to the same university that AOC went to
Mo Brooks: High Oil Prices Were Done by Design
"Congressman they have to be doing this on purpose The Biden administration can't possibly be this dumb I'm going to cover a story later in the show Even axios which is a left leaning outlet that's reporting this morning that if we were to engage in a Marshall plan like effort to produce energy in this country congressman we could produce 2 million more barrels a day And not that far down the road pretty quickly That would alleviate the supply crisis almost overnight Now congressman you and I both know the people who are surrounding Joe Biden they're not dumb They know this They just don't want to do it They must be enjoying these high prices Well they are enjoying these high prices and excuses they give are strictly a subterfuge to hide from the American people what's really going on This all comes from the global warming scam And I say scam climate change whatever you want to call it because if you actually look at the climate data going back tens of thousands of years or even into the millions of years climate change is the norm Sometimes it goes up Sometimes it goes down and whoever is living on the planet at that time just has to react to it And the appropriate fashion But what the global warming alarmist won't you can go back to Steven Chu when he was the secretary of the Department of Energy They publicly stated that they wanted to increase the cost of gasoline in the United States of America to approximately the cost that was being suffered by those countries in Europe So this was by design because the higher the price than the less is consumed in the less carbon emissions that there are in the air and according to these global warming alarmists the less the globe is going to heat up okay Now think about what Steven Chu was saying back then that was about four or $5 a gallon Now it's more than that This is what they won't by design Now they can't publicly say that because if they do you know what The voting poem is going to get angry So they have to come up with these other kinds of excuses like it's all Putin's fault
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"He's going to answer questions. I'm sure on a regular basis. Maybe not every single week but on a regular basis about jessie bates bates today talked about that fourth. And one yes he said i was pissed off right. He made that decision right. I wonder in an alternate universe. Where jesse betas a four year. Shiny extension is pissed off is he. Does he say that he probably pissed off but does he say or in. That's the part. He knows like the first time that jessie bates has a great game where he makes a game changing play and now all right zach. Talk about the play of jessie bates. How about that play. That he made the save the game. Yeah oh by the way. Why haven't they paid them. It's not saks decision but but he's got to face the question. That is a tough spot. Not fair to the head coach. Who for two years. I'm not saying zach is great but for two two and a half years. I said to answer constantly things that he had little control over or that. We're working against him. Why why create the hassle for your coach. I don't know. I don't know why you create the the headache again unless bates is asking for the world in a contract. Maybe it feels unlikely that he's asking for the world. I might be wrong right but like you can't give them seventeen million per over the next four like that contract really going to be that bad because that's how the bengals but say they will look at it. They'd be like look. We do things with twenty twenty three and twenty twenty four in mind. How how part.
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"Often as he did but we wanted to see him get hit. We wanted to see them bounce back. Wanted to see how he was gonna react physically a hated. The you know a little bit but you checked every box people like to say he did and they started slow and i think it was a very conservative. I fifteen plays from sackler. Yeah and like maybe we can piece together a drive but if not hopefully our defense keeps us in it and that was probably part of it. Minnesota wasn't moving the ball so they felt like they could be conservative but once they opened it up it was like all. There's the potential out route to dramatic chase. They're gonna find boy. And i'm gonna hit t higgins not now suddenly. It's a tie game. They get the ball back. And i wasn't thinking there at the end of that second quarter. They were going to score instead they do and then they come back to start the third quarter score. I i would have to look at this. And probably i probably should have have the bengals ever scored on three touchdowns on three straight possessions. Zack taylor calling the shots. Because maybe an india last year is the one i can think of. Yeah but man. What a flurry that was. That was just haymaker after haymaker to the minnesota version of andy dalton in the minnesota vikings. How many times since two thousand sixteen have the bengals scored on their final possession of the first half and their first possession of the second. You know this no. I don't. I'm asking pseudo retort. Okay i was like i guess but it doesn't feel like many and it felt like last year it happened to them a lot in these close games. They're hanging in there. The probably not the more talented team and then boom they hit with that haymaker. It's tough to recover from. And they let the vikings come back but they still had enough to to get it done. And that's that's why that goes on that fourth and one that we're talking about on thirty. He was tired of that. I think and it got his head a little bit. And i think learn from that yopie learns from that. Because i think they're going to be in a bunch of close games and let's talk about that a little bit before we break. Then we dissect it i think it in great detail in the first hour of the show but still i in real time fourth and one from the thirty i wanted to see. Kevin huber punt. I didn't like it. I'm still not in love with it. But i wanted to be aggressive. I've complained about lack of aggressiveness. When it comes to coaching for years. I love the fourth and one decision late in overtime. I love the way they handled the end of the first half. I want zach to have his foot on the gas when it comes to aggressiveness. I don't want this team to play passive. I don't want them to be coached. Passive but you understand. There's going to be things that come with that and occasionally there's going to be a situation where you go boy. I wish they wouldn't have done that. But they're being aggressive if everything occurs within that spirit. I'm.
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"Conference. We have to poll questions today. Let's address both one. I sent out before the show by the way. The poll question at mo- anger fifteen thirty. No no no and mo- egger. I forgot my own twitter. Handle at moa. Are you ready. I poll question is this should pro and college. Sports teams print paper and card stock tickets for their customers and get rid of electric ticketing permanently. Yes yes yes or yes. Those are the four choices. Sixty seven percent say yes seven percent say yes. Sixteen percent say yes. Ten percent say yes. Yes get rid of electric ticketing permanently so as up to one hundred percent. I was not a math major. Alex but i think so. Also we ask this. If back in early february. I would have told you that the bengals starting guards for next week would be quinton. Spain and xavier so fellow your reaction would have been oh goody okay yikes or you got to be bleeping kidding me. Forty five percent say okay by the way getting forty five percent of your lying elijah thirty percent say yikes twenty one percent. Say gotta be bleeping kidding. Four percent say oh goody. I know i talked about this at length during this segment yesterday. I believe the bengals offensive line is going to be better. But if i were to set you back in february the starting guards week one are going to be quinton. Spain and xavier fellow. Nobody would have accepted. That doesn't mean it's not gonna work. We had zack. Taylor before this season is quite simply a referendum on zach taylor and do tobin you to me. At least you can't talk about one without the other. I know there is this sort of longstanding belief that well the bengals. They're just so damn patient. They don't make coaching changes. Marvin lewis was here for sixteen years. Understand what marvin lewis did. He had an immediate impact on the teams win loss. Total and a positive one. You cannot compare taylor year. Three to marvin lewis year three right now. You can't compare any part of zach. Taylor's tenure to marvin lewis. Is this idea that other. Just zack's not on the hot seat because the bengals they have such patients marvin lewis spent many years. And you might say too many years cashing in equity from early during his time in cincinnati but that equity was substantial. They went from two wins. Two eight wins than held. Steady at eight wins then won eleven games that bought years of patients. Then there was the season marvel's the coach of the year. The reboot two thousand eleven season. Very good two thousand twelve season very good two thousand thirteen regular season. Great two thousand fourteen season. I thought marvin should have been the coach of the year. That your two thousand fifteen season. They were great until all hell broke. Loose against pittsburgh. Zack taylor has not built up. Any win-loss equity look. Mike held onto chal for four and a half seasons. There's more than twenty five years ago. Dick lobodin get three years. Bruce goslett got a slice more than three full seasons. Yeah there's been some patients there's been some patients with front office. But there's by the way i'm looking at. Nfl power rankings. Week one on the nfl network. Cincinnati bengals thirtieth for this team to stop the conversation about duke and zach. It's going to have to defy. Would a lot of people think including to a degree days. I think they're up to. That's what the season is all about. Sixty nine point five. It is remarkable how healthy this team is going into week. One richard skinner. Our buddy from local twelve joins us every wednesday during the bengals season. We'll talk about that and more next all right. That's it here. We go five eleven. we're starting then isn't that is not. You're calling alex. I've just gone too long about any number of things. Sorry so we're going to be quick here. Richardson is gonna join us in. Just about ten minutes. We've got a national league wild card race. I have a hot take on the national league wild card race. I hope you're ready you're strapped in for it. It's coming up at five thirty five. Plus you'll hear david bell's pre-game comments and a bit more on uc to the big twelve. Which if you haven't heard we just had jason williams of the choir on he reports. That uc is officially submitted. Big twelve conference application according to university sources and the school is expected to officially announce that you see ucf houston and byu will be joining the conference. We have to poll questions today. Let's address both one. I sent out before the show by the way. The poll question and mo- anger fifteen thirty. No no no and egger. I forgot my own twitter. Handle at moa. Are you ready. I poll question is this should pro and college. Sports teams print paper and card stock tickets for their customers and get rid of electric ticketing permanently. Yes yes yes or yes. Those are the four choices. Sixty seven percent say yes seven percent say yes. Sixteen percent say yes. Ten percent say yes. Yes get rid of electric ticketing permanently so as up to one hundred percent. I was not a math major. Alex but i think so also. We asked this. If back in early february. I would have told you that the bengals starting guards for next week would be quinton. Spain and xavier. So fellow your reaction would have been oh goody okay yikes or you got to be bleeping kidding. Me forty five percents say okay by the way any forty five percent of your lying ally thirty percent say yikes twenty one percent. Say gotta be bleeping kidding. A four percent. Say oh goody. I know i talked about this at length during this segment yesterday. I i believe the bengals offensive line is going to be better. But if i were to set you back in february the starting guards week one are going to be quitting. Spain and xavier soa fellow. Nobody would have accepted. That doesn't mean it's not gonna work. We had zack. Taylor before this season is quite simply a referendum on zach taylor tobin you to me. At least you can't talk about one without the other. I know there is this sort of longstanding belief that well the bengals. They're just so damn patient. They don't make coaching changes. Marvin lewis was here for sixteen years. Understand what marvin lewis did. He had an immediate impact on the team's win loss. Total and a positive one. You cannot compare. Zack taylor year three to marvin lewis year. Three right now. You can't compare any part of zach. Taylor's tenure to marvin lewis. Is this idea that other. Just zack's not on the hot seat.
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"Reds game. He is a man after my own heart. In that regard india knick win castanos veto. Mushtaq farmer barnhart schroeck miley trucks and left center reds. Lost the series opener. yesterday afternoon. They have lost nine hundred thirteen games. They have fallen behind the san diego padres only by a game but still looking up at the pods if you will in fact a grass dot com john john before on august the twenty seventh the reds at seventy two point nine percent to make the postseason seventy two point nine today. Thirty seven point nine. Is this officially swoon. That's that should have been the poll question on twitter however there is some good news. Nick castanos has swung a better bat. Recently he's hidden six straight for those games or multi. Hit games obviously had the to homerun explosion. The chipped back game against saint. Louis problem is he's having he's had very little help offensively. Here's david bell on among other things earlier today nixon's l. nick. Nick cassiano swing in a hot bat. Yeah i just see. It is also what he what he does who he is as a hitter. There's just a good hitter who's seized on. It is operatives is having a fantastic season overall. So i just think it's an extension of what he's done I.
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"Football programs are getting ready to leave there at some point. That anger is gonna subside a little bit. They're gonna realize instead of sitting around to be mad about it. We need to start figuring out. How are we gonna save this conference. If you are in that administration how do you save your job. And so i don't know what the final number comes out to be. You know. i think it'll be less than twenty seven months and more than ten million exit fee That that all these teams have to pay and go sheet down. But you're right. There's when when you know the divorce is inevitable at some point kinda cooler heads prevail. And i think you've come to some kind of agreement to let it end a little bit sooner. You know micro esco. The american are going to do any favors for cincinnati schools. Even to just kind of string along probably end up hurting everyone in the end you move to the big twelve yet. They're still there's goofy alliance between the pac twelve in the acc. Big ten. And then the sec. Sort of an entity onto itself. Could you see a scenario in which cincinnati moves to the big twelve. And that's great and it's a better league it's higher profile and it's more lucrative but as a power five fixture as we've come the note it no longer exists in that way. Yeah probably are at least initially. You know i think the reason the move so quickly to add these teams because they they kind of follow going on around them. They saw the writing on the wall. And we're like we're not part of this alliance whatever that means. We're gonna part of whatever the sec is doing because they stole to top programs without even realizing it so what we do is save our conference and maybe now it's going to be you know we have these teams. We'd like to be part of your lines. I believe there's a big college football playoff meeting later this month. End of september. So i think a big part of it was the big twelve wanting to be able to say we're not in shambles. You know. we're not falling apart. Here's our plan moving forward so now we can be a part of the talk now it can be a part of the alliance. It's not gonna look the way it did and certainly is not going to bring in the money that the current big twelve. Tv contract brings in for those programs. But you're right that to step up and at least right now. They're kind of doing everything they can to hold onto that autonomy. That power five conference position and You know at least when you look at it on paper what they have right now. You're adding some really good football program. Cincinnati right now would be the highest ranks football program in the big twelve behind oklahoma. And you look at a basketball conference. That i move the money but man the past ridiculous if you look at that way so what ends up looking like on the things actually get their money wise and reality wise..
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"If you believe that this is just a blip on the radar. It's something that happens during the course of here if this is taking place in june no one's making a big deal about it you're going to defer to the fact that some of these guys have had good seasons already then. You probably think that this team is going to be okay over the next three and a half weeks. I'm sort of somewhere in the middle and not not to cop out. But that's that's sort of somewhere in the middle and i leaned towards thinking that this team between now and the end of the season offensively will wake up and i say that frankly and i shouldn't do this more from my heart than my head because watching him against lefties has been painful and seeing some of these guys dry up offensively after performing well for long stretches has been very damaging to these teams. Chances i'm interested in where your level of concern is five one three seven four nine fifteen thirty eight six six seven three seven seven six over six hundred of you voted and nearly half say full blown panic reds and cubs tonight at seven forty. Dave adult pre-game comments coming up in just about an hour and fifteen minutes. Luke fickle talk today. His team played great on saturday for thirty minutes. The final thirty minutes. They look like a team. That just couldn't wait to get off the field. I don't blame them. You'll hear the bearcats coach on a number of different things including his thoughts on the big twelve next on. Espn fifteen thirty. Hey by the way. We have the loop fickle radio show tonight at eight o five on. Espn fifteen thirty. You can hear from head coach after a forty nine. Fourteen win over miami on saturday afternoon slash evening at nipper stadium. I thirty minutes lived up to it right. We talked on this show on friday that this was a season about proving that this team could live up to the hype and meet and even exceed expectation. And you don't wanna draw too many conclusions after one game. You don't wanna draw too many conclusions after a game in which the bearcats were favored by twenty two and a half points but just based on what they showed on.
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"If you believe they have time to dig themselves out of an offensive slumber and that they will use that time to hopefully soon dig themselves out of an offensive slumber. I think you're still reasonably optimistic. Maybe not as much as you were two weeks ago but still reasonably optimistic. Or at least only mildly concerned if you believe that the offensive downturn that we've watch over the last couple of weeks could genuinely be something that last clear to the end of the season then. You're full blown panicking. The problem with that though is i saw this team go through a six week stretch last year. Granted the personnel. Not the same. There was no jonathan india. But i saw a similarly constructed team was some of the same dudes go through this massive six-week team wide slump last year. Over the course of a full season six weeks of an offensive slumber might not kill you especially if you have good starting pitching and because of the size of the season and how well they played at the end of the year ultimately they were able to recover in time to get the seven. Well unfortunately the seven doesn't exist if you believe look. This team is still well constructed enough that you overcome tour three bad weeks. They're going to happen. Unfortunate that it's happened when it's happened here but you know what these guys are gonna hit and they're going to take advantage of a bad schedule. Then i or an easier schedule. I should say then i think you're on mildly concern. If it's full blown panic you believe that what we've seen from this team. Offensively is going to torpedo their season and they're not going to recover and then it's going to be the beginning of a season ending offensive swoon. That torpedoes this team's chances. I'm not necessarily there. But i understand why you might be because you saw it. Last year i do defer to the fact that the reds played the pittsburgh pirates a bunch i do defer to the fact that the san diego padres do not play the pittsburgh pirates a bunch i deferred to having watched many of these guys for most of the season hit. Now that doesn't include. Mike dacas who looks awful. The plate that doesn't include heinous whereas who has looked awful at the plate for a long time. now. I worry about jonathan india. I worry about his team against lefties. I worried about joey votto against lefties. I worry about some of the guys. They have playing the outfield who simply have not produced. I wonder when they're going to get jesse winker back but still collectively. I feel like they're just going to get just enough offense to be okay against teams like pittsburgh and even washington and perhaps as soon as tonight against the chicago cubs. I generally don't want to believe that we are watching a six-week offensive freefall. If you believe we are..
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"I think he's held the team together. Based on my vantage point pretty well over these last couple of years despite a lot of losing some players being unhappy a lot of uncertainty. I think he's had some things conspire against him. From the pandemic to kind of being saddled with a bunch of aging players. Who aren't that good to the timing with which he got the job because he didn't come here until after the super bowl in two thousand nineteen. Most of those things are not his fault. I think it speaks to zach that this team had unanimous attendance at otas minicamp. I think that speaks to him but at the end of the day he six twenty five and one. He's had two years to help build the team in his own image he's had two years to instill culture. The front office has spent money and overturning the defense. He's got his quarterback this year. He has to prove he's the guy. You are being very fair if you are skeptical that he is because again six twenty five and one. The track record is a head coach. Did not exist held. The track record is an offensive coordinator. Include a year at you. See that a lot of watched up. Close any offense coordinator with the thrived in that environment but that team and then offense were disastrous. This is maybe more than anything else this year. Is this the right coaching staff. Because joe is going to be here in two thousand twenty two and the brown family is still going to own the team and there's going to be roster overhaul but chances are it's not gonna look that drastically different next year. If they fail this season. I think we have our verdict. You cannot by the end of the season you have to know right. You're trying to win. Big joe burrow under a rookie contract that doesn't involve just well. Let's give zach more time if they fail again. Now the question is what is what is the the bare minimum that this team has to accomplish to make everybody feel good about zack. Coming back is at seven. Victories is it. Eight is eight but you see. Just an explosion of joe borough can do this. Year is a beating cleveland. One sir baltimore once pittsburgh once or twice. I think what we all do. Understand is a record. That looks like last year's.
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"Ma is probably myself. Listen so you ma'am a fan of yours. 'cause you are very true and tell us impersonal. Just wanna to debt man. Well i appreciate that clearly. I have you fooled us. You know 'cause you always talk about. We always talk about the coaching. You know if you look at the three coaches in afc north. How do we ever can to leave that. Zach taylor and i don't know who the defensive coordinator is going to beat. Those guys and gm is that they've been doing for a long time from the ozzy nuisance and the ground based the number job. We always do you think they could be very fair. I think it's the question that has to be answered by. The end of the season does does zack taylor and his staff give this team in edge because i know mike tomlin gives pittsburgh and edge. I think it's motivational. I think what i from. What i saw kevin fancy last year. He he gives the cleveland. Browns a schematic edge with john harbaugh and baltimore. There's a tone setting sort of organizational edge there. I don't know what edge. Zack taylor brings to the bengals edge. This coaching staff brings to the bengals. And i'm not saying they don't bring one but by the end of the season we better have an answer to that question because among the series of unknowns that exist coming into that season two coming into this season that might be at the very top of the list if i look at the kansas city chiefs even before. Patrick mahomes was there andy. Reid gives a tactical advantage right. He does just from an offensive standpoint. What advantage zack. And what would advantage to his coaches. Bring to this team right now. I don't have an answer by the end of the season. We better have an answer as well. I've i've been playing testing. I was seven years old. If i if i that says down at the table with me and plates we got the same pieces..
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"Eight ten will be your first pitch on seven hundred wwl w reds going to play seven and a half games behind milwaukee in the national league central holding onto a one game lead over the san diego padres. Who tonight starting game set at home against the l. a. dodgers cardinals team behind cincinnati trailing the reds by four and a half saint. Louis opens up a brief two-game set against the detroit tigers in saint louis. The starting lineup yet to be released teaching antone is expected back added to the active roster the reds have not yet announced that move and when they do that we'll have to be a corresponding roster move. Which will be interesting to pay attention to twenty-six from fourteen miller is going to be on this show at four zero five part of the reds hall of fame legends game on friday. Evening at gapp corky corky. Another great thing that people can read on the athletic right. Now is a great story by mo egger about this. This loving this era of joey votto been the best first of all. Did you even remember that. I rightfully when it showed up. It did spark my memory. That guy yeah. I enjoyed enjoyed right now because this version of joey votto. In this era of joey votto has legitimately been oblast so much fun just his personality coming to the surface the way he's interacted with talked about his teammates his engagement with the fans. And let's face it man as much as i can show in a deep appreciation for a guy who's taken walks and work in counts and hit the ball the other field. It's fun to watch a guy of his His caliber hitter of his caliber. Swing for the fences have at work. Hit dinger's in the middle of a pennant remodels pennant race. And you know so many boxes. You've always wanted to check with joey votto. You finally feel like you can to complete which should have been appreciated but wasn't always appreciated about who. He is as a hitter. Joey votto resurgence coinciding with my research. Research is very similar. Actually you know. Contribute something to the damn. Why enjoyed it. I enjoyed. I enjoyed writing the joseph. Oh cy thing I fully anticipate we will talk about his wrist. And then we find out. It's his knee. The mechanics of that are not interesting to me. Here's what's here's what's painful to me every single year. It feels like we go through this every single year in early ish draft choice has to miss significant time. It's certainly a distinct possibility. Joseph is not gonna be able to play the entire year. And i watch him his first game. I told you he's my new football crush and now he can't play. This is my life works. Yeah does how bengals fans lives work. It's a remarkable run of the the guy who has looked like the best rookie on their team missing vast majority of the season..
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"Hope seriously. I do think sweep as mandatory but beyond that now. They're gonna play a good team. You're going to get burns in woodruff in this series and this race against san diego is probably gonna come down to at least the last week. So keep the pace going by getting at least two of three in milwaukee and a greater point though to me so far mission accomplished and i think you have to like the makeup of this team. I think you have to like the composition of this. There's been a season of wondering about certain roster maneuvers and the if it was up to me they would have one fewer relief pitcher. That'd be interesting to see what they do in an antone comes back but as a general rule the current makeup of the club. I think you have to be pretty happy with not just the way. They're playing but the make up of it so that to me sort of the weekend that was for the reds and off night tonight before taking on milwaukee next week meanwhile bengals played on friday night I don't know that they'll be showing that game in the pro football hall of fame. The big news comes on the heels of the news yesterday. Joseph size injury is not necessarily to his wrist. His wrist is still hurt but the injury that jeopardizes at least a huge chunk of his season is the knee injury. This is not insignificant. and james. you'll hear a conversation about that coming up at about thirty minutes. Now the question is does. Joe borough play on sunday and the offensive line that i watched on friday night. I would be pretty comfortable. Putting him behind for a series are too but a lot of us have deferred to the position that well. Let's let's find out what joe borough has to say about. This and a lot of people have said well. Joe borough wants to play against miami. I think we're using the wrong word. I'll explain in eight minutes but first five one three seven four nine fifteen thirty and eight six six seven zero two three seven seven six. Are the phone numbers dawn. You're on espn thirty. How are you. i'm doing fine. How are you. I'm well two things. Have to statements. And the one question. I i love your show. Thank you have an open mind. Really good my. I i i i love love love his discount compensation and secondly i kinda soured on bottle for the past two years but i have to admit he is in really really good this year. Now i want to mention and how could you and how could you not sour on in the past three years right. You wouldn't very good awful awful. I mean literally all couldn't feel you couldn't back. He lost his. He lost his swag. He lost his confidence. But i can honestly say i. My wife enjoyed bottle was then break all year. You gotta give him credit so he you can his career and my last. My question is when you look out in the field of the starting lineup for the past year. So why aren't there s american ballplayers on the wreck on the lineup. Well they have su- on the team right now and micheal given a mirror garrett am i forgetting anybody. Those are two. And that's why i'm saying starting lineup. On the feel. When i look at the baseball game. I look at the field. Donning me black players And that stands out to black. People are asking american people all the time so i just wanted to see it. You observe that. And what your i observe this that i don't. I don't know what the the low is on opening day. Rosters if you looked at every opening day roster back in march. I think the number was exactly seven point. One percent of players were african american. And that is that is low compared to where we were twenty years ago the basic math would say two out of twenty six is pretty much in line with what the national average is in fact. I'm just doing this off the top of my head. Two out of twenty six would be like seven point seven percent so the reds actually have more than the league average now is is there a is there a a major movement by major league baseball to get more more african american kids involved in the sport yes they like for that to result and more african american kids working their way through professional baseball and obviously getting to the big leagues. I think the answer is yes. I don't know that we have seen the fruits of that work quite yet at the major league level and i hope we do as for the reds anecdotally. I don't know that there has been a player that i have felt like would be a better option than who's been in the starting lineup recently. Right like i haven't watched you brought up. Giovanni i didn't watch joey votto struggling okay. Well here's a guy who plays space. Who's african american. Who should be playing. Does that makes sense. That makes perfect sense. And i'm just saying from the when. I look the feel when they introduced the game and i think this is all of. I don't know how. I haven't gone back in years but when i turned the reds game on and i've been a fan since i was in third grade. I'm three years old now. And i'm i'm a diehard red fan but i can't remember when there was not one african americans starter on the unit and i'm just saying that's on the radio on. I don't see any gives. And i mean garrett yes you know their their pitchers and they they come in seasonally. I occasionally sure but lot of either owners or white men. Yeah so. I think that the the last the last african american player who got regular playing time in the starting lineup would have been phil urban with the team two years ago. And then he's yeah he's no longer with the teams. No i think. I think the reds the last regular that play it on a regular basis until he obviously got benched and get hit trading freighted. But i can't. I just can't can't remember other than brandon phillips. I can't think of anybody else know that. That's fair. i guess what. I what i would say is from the standpoint of of african american representation on the reds. I don't know if that's a reds thing. As much as it is a major league baseball thing and again the orig- sure i i look. I mean there's a chance one hundred green could be on this team and a couple of weeks and then you know talking three out of twenty eight but i think the reds statistically they mirror the the major league average which again on opening day was like seven or seven point one percent so the reds are right there but is it better for the sport for a lot of different reasons to have more african americans in it. I don't know how the answer isn't isn't yes it is. Obviously yes and. I really hope that. Baseball's efforts and the reds efforts to to get more african american kids into baseball ends up yielding more at the upper level of of professional of the professional ranks. I don't know that we're seeing that yet. I hope we do at some point. Because i think he. I think it's good for all involved. I think it's good for fans it's good for communities. I think it's good for the game. And but it's i don't know that it's a problem that baseball for all the criticisms i have of it. I don't know that it's an issue. That baseball isn't trying to address..
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"It. And you're killing your team and this dude. And then at the end of the game steve. Young threads the needle and right between two defenders with tarallo and standing at the goal line he catches a pass. That wins a wildcard game. The forty niners events and he famously cries so do a hard time catching the ball early and went on to become one of the most prolific one of the best four or five wide receiver. Who ever played the game in the hall of fame and never should have had to wait. So you can recover from this and you can recover from it quite early as a general rule as we talk about. Jamaa chases career am. I worried that down the road. He's going to be plagued by drops. No not really. I trust the player. I trust the coaching staff. I just i trust the guy's career to develop to the point that drops are no longer an issue and as we talk about rookies. We have to talk about the entirety of their careers. Right i worried tamar chase is going to drop a bunch of passes over the course of his hopefully lengthy. Nfl career. no more. So than i'm worried about my daughter sucking her film when she's seven but in the short term behavior i would like to stop. Yeah yes yes. Is it behavior. I would like to sort of wean him off of of course. I'm sure he would agree. Is it something that in the short term. I would not happen yes. Is it something that in the short term. We will work to ensure that it doesn't happen. Yes so i feel about my kids sucker thumb so much more chase trump and football's it will probably no longer be a thing down. The road is a thing now. Yes is going to be a thing in three weeks. Well could be and if it is. You're being very very reasonable. If hey it's it's third and three bengals down four. They've got to move the sticks here. Ball's coming tomorrow chase. Is he going to catch it. If it's throwing the tyler boyd. I feel like the answer is gonna be yes. If it's thrown to auden tate. I feel like the answer is going to be yes. If it's thrown a t higgins. I feel like the answer is going to be yes. No great receiver goes without dropping passes. But would you march as right now. Well that's not where we want to be. It's not borough once his teammate to be. It's not words march as wants himself to be. Does it mean he's a bust of pick come on doesn't mean he's not going to be a very good. Nfl player of course not. Is it worth paying attention to now. Yeah is it something you hope. It's rectified of course. Is it something that as it happens. It sort of drives you nuts. Yeah said something that could get in the way of this team having the kind of early success. That almost has to have yes. The good news. Is i just mentioned to you. Other names that they could throw the ball to in critical situations and the good news is the team is pretty loaded. Wide receiver and good news is dramatic. Chase is nfl. Career is in its infancy. It's very early infancy. He still sucking up. The question is is not going to be a problem. Down the road and i'll give him the benefit of the doubt and say it won't be the case down the road. I'm not worried about it big picture but week one. Yes yes it. Until you see a repeated pattern of the drops no longer being thing. Should it concern you. It's fair to say yes a couple minutes away from four o'clock five one three seven four nine fifteen thirty and eight six six seven zero two three seven seven six by the way some insight as to what Joseph of size dealing with from an injury standpoint with the injury expert will carol coming up at four to thirty three and have some fun with some reds math. And what has been a few minutes. On what i wrote today about joey votto as well because there are two great things about watching his current resurgence. And i'll tell you what those are coming up over the next hour plus brennaman and jones baseball but a number of years ago. We wanted to do a throwback thursday interview with greg vaughn. We did a bunch of them that year including some that. I recently found this week from seven years ago and we never couldn't make it happen. I'm glad the today we will. Greg vaughn will be a great american ballpark on friday along with dozens of former reds playing in a game to help celebrate the reds hall of fame induction of marty. Brennaman greg vaughn. His one year in. Cincinnati was extraordinarily memorable and He is scheduled to join us next on. Espn fifteen thirty. Cincinnati sports station. This is dave lapham and you're listening to the home of the bengals. Espn fifteen thirty about six. After four minute late this is espn. Fifteen hundred small egger. Thank you for listening for show. Hopefully your week is off to a great start. You know how this works right. Whenever two people are on television arguing about something that matters to our audience you know what we have to do right clip that we have to share it with you yet to hear the two people arguing and then we have to respond and vilnai's whoever has the position in the argument between the two people on tv that we don't like so we'll do that coming up at about fifteen minutes and there is a common denominator when you look at Reds legends. And joey votto is at this stage in his career. I think it's fair to say a reds legend and having a resurgent aged thirty seven season by the way is gonna turn thirty eight here in just a couple of weeks but three -ality is joey. Votto has on his resume. One glaring hole that all the other reds legends for the most part have. We'll spend some time on that coming up in just about thirty five minutes. Plus we have brennaman and jones on baseball. And if you're wondering about this. Joseph of injury with treatment should be lie ahead. will it really cost season. Our buddy will carol. The injury expert is scheduled to join us in just about thirty minutes looking forward to that. We are supposed to be joined by greg. Vaughn the one thousand nine hundred nine red. Who is going to be a great american ballpark this weekend on saturday. Excuse me on friday. They're doing this. This should be. There should be pretty cool. It is is supposed to be the largest gathering of reds alumni ever and They're obviously going to have the induction ceremony honoring marty brennaman and then right around eight forty eight forty five. They will have team bench verses team larkin. It'll be at great american ballpark tickets. Just a fifteen dollars. All the tickets are in the lower bowl. So you'll have a chance to get a really good seat. You'll also get a ticket for the reds pirates game on monday september the twentieth and a voucher to visit the reds hall of fame museum. The gates will open at six thirty and should be a fun night. Also going to be a rossi's fireworks show immediately following the game. Barry larkin's going to be managing one of the teams. Johnny bench is going to be managing one of the teams among the players. Who are scheduled to appear are bronson arroyo. Tom browning sean. Casey any graves. Tom hume scout williamson. Ray randy myers. Joe oliver curme. Sabo mario soto herm winningham todd. Bensinger rob dibble norm. Charlton adam dunn danny jackson anytime more including jose rio. The mvp the one thousand. Nine hundred series and greg vaughn. Who will be on t. market and hopefully we'll get a chance to catch up with greg here in just a few minutes. I just sent you an email tarrant. So perhaps you can check that out and Get working on getting greg to.
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"Doesn't have a ton of time left. He might retire growing him. A green bay situation is right. What if what if he gets name the host jeopardy and he just decides to to be to be the new alex travek for the next thirty years tobacco made. What fifty million dollars doing that gig. Probably it's not a bad gig. Let's wear and tear on your body right so a new generation is already upon us right. Mahomes is the alpha at this point. And there's a lot josh allen. Lamar jackson justin herbert. A lot of young guys. Cuyler murray a lot of young guys climbing that ladder to make up this next crop of franchise quarterbacks. I truly believe. Joe borough is going to be at the top or near the top of that list. I just wonder what what's okay for you. We all want tom brady right. We all want rings on the other hand because this hand is full. There's a lot of pain when you find out what the five fingers said the face when you got rings on every finger. I watched that skit last night where.
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"Well that's got right. So so what. Do you want david. One guy in the entire lineup. You want david bell play different. Yeah but i'm saying before what i mean. During the year there was guys you guys get days off. And then he gives them days off. That happens all the time in happens. All the baseball you want. Arrest them rest at night when they're sleeping when they go to bed did sounds great and that sounds like real junior high school type stuff. That's not how baseball works. Not yes it is. What's reg record the records twenty nine and thirty one. But i'm telling you the should be better than that. That's gotta belt. That's fine but you're trying to tell me the tampa bay. Rays are thirty nine and twenty four right. Do you know how many different batting orders. They've used talking about the. I'm i don't care about the other. Dame's i'm what i'm trying to do is point out to you that the best teams don't use the same static lineup. But the read the tampa bay rays share the kind of bell the tampa the tampa bay rays this year have used sixty one different batting orders you know. I watched that game yesterday. Which one would you want david yesterday. Well i didn't watch it. Ll watch replayed differently. You know what i did. When he yanked steal. I turned arado over. And watch the mets play brooklyn playing basketball house. December yanked him. He should've let he should've let him pitch was to out. You already struck out the better. He had walked two hitters. And then the guy that he struck out at ten pitches he threw ninety six pitches and endured a rain delay. If he would have let louise castio stay in and casteel gives up the game tying hit. You would have murdered david bill. That was absolutely the right decision..
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"His team made the playoffs once one time when he was with the seattle supersonics. So yeah no look. Mike brown's got joe burrow and having a star quarterback can completely change how people perceive the way your franchise is run when peyton manning left the indianapolis colts suddenly what was revealed all sorts of fractures in the foundation. All sorts of issues all sorts of problems with peyton manning playing at a pro bowl all-pro level year after year after year after year. Were talking about all. The colts are such a machine. They're so well run. You could say the same thing about the green bay packers to a degree. You can say the same thing in recent years at least about the new england patriots. It masks everything it just. It covers up. It can cover up so many holes. I'm not here to tell you. The joe burrow is going to be as good as tom brady. That is absurd. But the thing that tom brady did year after year after year after year was cover up holes because you would look at that roster and go god that offensive line stinks or man like those those receivers really or boy. They've spent no money on defense. And it shows tom brady. A great quarterback can cover up so many issues. The green bay packers to a degree are an example now. They've gone heavy in free agency to a degree in recent years. And beefed up the offensive line and spend some money on defense but all the talk of aaron rodgers not having great skill guys to throw to to a degree as sort of overstated. Because he's had some good guys he just didn't have guys who were drafted in the first round but have had a guy that position. Who's just you know. Among the best in the sport can overcome. Allow your team to overcome so many issues and changes. The perception of how things are run. If joe burrow as good as advertised no one is going to mention. Mike brown's name no one's going to mention katie blackburn's name no one's going to mention troy blackburn's name joe burrow. Were to somehow fail.