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"mark kiss" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"83 61 60. That's 63 to 83. 6160 in the studio tonight. It's in because Mountaineer and are you, uh, we're gonna start out tonight with special guest. Normally, he calls him to the show just as unscheduled collar, but tonight he's scheduled He's Greg in New York, who also happens to be one of the guys behind inter coin. Uh, would would it be right to call you the founder or co creator? What's the proper terminology? Greg? I think so. I founded the project so you could call me this on there. Alright. So founder of Inter Coin, which is something we've talked about a lot over the last year or so here on free talk live in recently Inter coin came back on board as a as a sponsor here on free talk live and, uh, Unfortunately, due to some ridiculous bail conditions that I'm underneath I am not legally allowed to talk to mark edge and mark for listeners who maybe are new to the show. If you're if you're new to the show, you might not even know who Mark Kiss because he hasn't been on Uh, very much at all in recent months on vacation from all the hard work he's been doing. Yeah, well, he's kind of like on a permanent vacation. It seems like and he is, uh, got to love it, man. Yeah, I mean, well, I mean, it's nice to be mark in that case, but it's also not nice to be marked because apparently he's losing his mind. And, uh, claims that post his covid infection. He claims he's more forgetful now than he's ever been. Yes, he provided us with a live, read and doesn't recall. Having written it, Yes. So marks one of Mark's rolls with free talk live is he kind of handles the sales and things So, um, Aria, you and I, We handle the program. End of things, and Mark does whatever needs to be done in order to facilitate bringing people on his sponsors of free talk live And usually that involves You know, talking with a client about what do they want us to say? You know what that sounds lately? It involves more directing them to me. Unfortunately, uh, enjoy your vacation Mark, So you know that it's sort of like, Well, okay. Well, how can we make sure that the client gets what they want said on the air and Go all the holes and get things done. Uh And so the balls were dropped. Yes, Some balls get dropped, Especially when I can't actually communicate with him, which is normally an important factor and smooth operations of things here. So, um, we've been promoting inter coin and inter coin dot org, Of course, is the website. Let's talk a little bit about what Enter coin is what happened, though just to make sure our listeners understand what what went wrong? Was. Basically we started airing something that shouldn't have been airing in the last week or two. It wasn't like it was completely inaccurate, but it was like not quite to the level that I want things to be on the air. And so I talked with you about it over the weekend, Greg and that's when we determined that Mark had submitted this particular ad copy to Ari. And I way too early, and so I just want to Have you on the show to kind of let our listeners know where exactly the inter coin project is in its development. Um, but first give us a pitch, You know what is? What is inter coin. Sure, And you know, I just wanted to say I'm a big fan of Mark. Uh, Since I have called into the show, I think he's been very helpful in many ways in terms of You know, they're educating me about the crypto space. And by the way, calling into the show in general with you guys, Um, I was able to make the universal basic income part of inter coin voluntary, So we actually now call it V V, which is voluntary, basic income, which I think no one else has done. Yeah. So some work. So for a listener just tuning in for the first time, you know, we go over briefing basics about inter coin on the show, but you'd probably be the best person to talk about it. Somebody's brand new tuning in for the first time right now, and they're hearing us talking about this. What is inter coin? Sure. So let me start at the beginning. In the beginning there was Bitcoin and it was all right. It was nice, but it was supposed to be a peer to peer cache system. That was the title of Satoshi Nakamoto is white paper. Somewhere around 2012 and 2013. People realized that it wasn't really acting like a cash system, meaning the dream was that people would pay each other and their day to day lives. You know, you go to dinner you pay with Bitcoin and so on. But, you know, having a Blockchain like everyone has to use the same block. All transactions in the world would have to be winding up in the block. To put it in perspective. That's like infant BitTorrent. Everyone would have to serve every file and every movie and so you know, that's a bit overkill. It does solve the double spend problem, but you know it. It was hard. So about 2012 13 Bitcoin started to become sort of a store of value. That's what people said it was. And in 2013. I think there was someone um, who wrote total instead of hold because they said they were drunk or who knows on the form. I think they were rushed because you know the price of Bitcoin was crashing and they didn't want to. You know, they didn't want people to sell off, so they were just rushed and Had a typo. As I understand. Maybe they were rushed and drunk. It's possible anyway. Life of its own. The hotel staff did you know, and it became an attractive thing. Okay, Bitcoins, a store of value. Well, as you know, Roger. Very he's you know, he heard your show, and he started Bitcoin cash because he also felt he didn't actually start to correct the history. Roger personally denies this. He says he did not start Bitcoin cash. He didn't even know about it. Until it had already split off. He just supported it right? He asked after you know, assessing the situation. He decided to throw his support behind Bitcoin cash, but as he would point out, he also supports anything that works. So Roger has purchased Dash. He's purchased Manero, and he's publicly announced those things as well. So Roger just wants Cryptocurrency to be used as peer to peer cache. And so he'll support anything that You know, moves that ball forward anyway. Go ahead. All right, That's I didn't know that actually. Sidebar. I think Elon Musk did not actually start Tesla. He bought it from previous owners, But I could be wrong. He started Does coin didn't know that's a joke..
"mark kiss" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Like I think everyone here expects this was done by the draft. And I would think so, too. I would think so, too. William Friedman from SportsNet on the timing of a Jack Eichel trade when he was done with the instigators yesterday. If you missed the interview was available in on demand audio at W terrified 50 dot com. Did you see my tweet about the Denver Post? The headline from the Denver Post? No, not yet. Well, they lost. The avalanche lost to the Vegas Golden Knights, Mark Kiss LA Rights than Ever Post the headline. Writers don't always write the headlines. Of course they rarely do I think rudely bounced from the NHL playoffs. Pretty AVS Prove they're built to win Ice Capades, Not the Stanley Cup. Uh, wow. Yeah, It's a little harsh, don't you? Yeah, he goes on to say that they should fire their coach. Mhm. If they want to swap franchises right now, I'll take the ABS roster well. You know they're not built for the playoffs. Of course what happens when you have the two best teams in the league play in the second round? One of them is going to lose. So the ABS are not built for the playoffs because they lost to The second best. There were times 82 points. These two teams, two best teams in the league, the two best teams on goal differential. If the Chiefs in the box played in the first round. One of them wouldn't be built for the playoffs side, I think, Yeah, it's that then loose to Montreal. Canadians were 18th in the standings this year, right? Vegas goes from playing the best team in the league, tied with the best to Montreal, 18th. Yeah, There could be so many Overreactions. I mean, if the leaves trade Marner go ahead, by the way, if you want to trade Marner, I think that'd be nuts. But come on Colorado, right? I mean, okay. They're really good, and it's really hard to win a Stanley Cup. Especially when your parent against one of the best teams in the league in the second round of the freaking playoffs. Yeah, they lost in six games. Yeah, Yeah, I guess because they won the first two and then lost four straight there. Pretty abs on our Western hotline, actually, poster. I got him on to talk golf. We got him on to talk about, But we can throw May our topic of the day because he is the host of the Sabres, postgame shows and They're here on WDR. Of course. He is Also on T two green, which be heard Saturday morning at seven o'clock. Our very own Brian Coulson with this out with us now in the western handling Good morning, Mr Cause you're happy Friday. Good morning. Happy Friday. Yeah, that Vegas AB series was just awesome. I mean, It's too bad. It wasn't the Stanley Cup final. It was just it was Every game. Every period was just awesome. Really enjoyed it. And, yeah, I mean, Colorado shouldn't touch their teams. They're really good. I mean, I The format is as you guys have been saying it's too bad at that. End up having to be a second round matchup. But obviously this year with covid the way they did the divisions and everything I mean It was what it was. But Would sign up to Colorado's team in a second. Yes, Just even one line. Um, So you know, I wanted to talk to you a little bit. We always get Sean for golf. And I was planning on getting you on next week, right with the U. S open coming up. And then I saw the story this week. The re emergence of the story in regards to the Premier Golf League, which I do want to talk about, however. When will they be able to pair kept A and D shambo on the tour? Like really soon. I hope I want these guys playing together. Well, I mean, technically, it could happen next week. I don't know if the USDA will do it when they put together the pairings for the U. S open. We should find those out, probably on Monday, but I mean boy, what a bonanza. That would be if you could put the two of them together in a group of three. And, you know, I guess you could argue that it would be Reasonable to do it. I mean Bryce into shambles. The defending U S open champion. You know, Brooks Capital we know is a four time major champion. Could do something to argue to put them together. Maybe you put the two of them together. And then you put like the U. S amateur champion with the three of them together or something like that at all. But I mean, they could set it up for Thursday and Friday that The U. S open. I mean, for these majors, the guys the people that run the tournament, they control the pairings. They set it up who they want together, and they want the timing for television. So they could do it. Um, I'm sure that there's discussions of whether they should or whether they shouldn't. But my goodness that would be phenomenal Television if somehow you could put them together for the first two rounds. Is this good for golf? What's going on with these two? I mean, I the video that last video about free beer to the people who are thrown off the course was hilarious. Is it good for the game? Do you think Well, it definitely creating interest. Um, I mean, I guess I would say there's an argument more so that it is good. The fact that these guys are showing a little bit more personality. The one thing that we talked about on TV green last week was Remember this year, the tourist set aside $40 million Or what they're considering the players branding and popularity to be so we're wondering if kept a is really pushing the envelope on for sure, really get his His awareness of his brand out there to be in a big piece of that, and you know the samba. Who knows he could he be in on it, too, but kept is really pushing that envelope with being a star on social media. But it posting videos. And I I'm guessing that that has a little incentive. The fact that he's been able to do this because definitely his quote. Brand is definitely taking a hit in the good direction for this, even if for people that don't like Capta Awareness of him and what he's all about, is what Lot of that purse money was set aside for and I'm sure that he's helped his cause tremendously by having all this controversy with him and Bryson over the last few weeks. Well, there's a great fundamental question about golf. Does it want to be the kind of sport where you know whoever gets the most clicks gets paid or the kind of sport where whoever wins the most gets paid because This capital D shamble thing, Brian. It is kind of fun. There is an end game. Where does it go from here?.
"mark kiss" Discussed on The Big 98
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"mark kiss" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo
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"mark kiss" Discussed on Top Advisor Marketing Podcast
"Was to truly understand in live the language and you're doing that with some very specific niche companies which you don't have to share which ones those are but I love that you just use that as an example of the monthly annuity because most people would just say, well, isn't that just their pension so when you're sitting down with them and you understand or you even preemptively use that language, have you found that that helps? Right, absolutely. It seems like you're an insider in a way and in fact, you are an insider if you've gone through, you've read the summary Plan description for their pension for their 401k. You've seen the packets that the company sends out to the newly retirees people right before they retire you understand what they're looking at You'RE GONNA help them out even better. So it's just it's just good. To, you gotTA learn their language and learn the things that are talking about because they're talking about it with all their buddies at work and trying to decide, Hey, what are you doing this form What does this mean? Well, if you can come with some education about that, it's just going to help them out and going to show to them that you know what you're talking about because you do. And you just tell me up for this next thing because it's all about content and that's where you're absolutely killing it all about content. It's all about education. Let's talk about what content you create and how you use it. please. Yeah we'll that you mentioned that a client so I think no one's GonNa. Be. Surprised if I plug you guys because you're top advisor marketing I've listened to all your podcast even back to the old marketing days. Are you? For the previous guests all those mark. Kissed anymore call. That's awesome. Do thanks for yeah you got. A lot of that while I'm biking, the basement or mowing the lawn was going to work that kind of stuff. But we're we're going with that is it starts with the podcast itself. So what you guys do as you call me up every two weeks, we do a podcast. I. Of course, the topics and talk through it. But instantly from there, you've got a podcast you can create some blogs out of that. You can create the social media posts out of there, and then when turns into specific areas that you can explore further, you get this huge base. So with this one company in particular we're Milwaukee area. So it happens to be Harley Davidson they unfortunately in the summer of two thousand twenty had some big layoffs ever going on but. We already had things in place with a podcast. The blog was created out of that I was able to repurpose it into a Webinar repurpose it into a a checklist at retirees could go through with they're going through retirement or people that are facing the severance could go through an instantly. It's it's a lot easier to repurpose content start with that base in create a bigger and better stuff out of it and just go and fresh, and that just came in huge when we were marketing because he already had the branding already had the message. Then when we marketed to the people that work at Harley it just resonated a lot better. One of the things that I hear because I do the majority of sales for top adviser marketing right now is advisors get really concerned about the topics. How do you come up with these man? I mean you know you've been podcasting with us a year, which means you've done at least twenty four podcast. How did you come up with those top topic specifically? Yeah. You've got a list of which is helpful..
"mark kiss" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
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"mark kiss" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Will be back will be back a lot going to win that election thank you very much hello please it would not only does he want to win the presidency again I was one of a second term check he also knows that he has to have a Senate that's going to work with every need to have a majority Republicans remain in the Senate and Martha make Sally and mark Kelly is boy if not V. it's definitely one of the most closely watched Senate races in the entire United States so it Martha excel is a big part of us that well I think the guy I think the Democrats believe that mark and not on rightly so that there there he he's their best Senate candidate in the country Mar alley or not you know a fighter pilot married to Gaby great story to tell but you saw the president today begin to define him you saw him get forced into a discussion the other day on which president you know would be endorsed Bernie Sanders if Bernie and you said all support the democratic nominee you know which which you got to think about the last time when cures from was running Kerrison never got boiled up in any of that what is the difference between that cycle in a good and a presidential cycle yep because the presidential discussion in the national discussion dominates the debate and you know much and the other issue the president brought up today was the second amendment issue which you fully expect the Republicans to rally around despite the history of the problem you know there's no there's no consensus in the Republican Party about making any changes on the second amendment right and he roll roll that out there today and Martha was will be solid on that so you know it's a T. up on on that and that's why I think he'll be out here a lot he'll be out here a lot because this race in this state is you know we let them play well we like to for Democrats to statewide office the last cycle which we hadn't done in over a decade and and now this is a presidential cycle so the play is it's in play and with the candidate like mark with the bio but he's never been a candidate that's the important thing mark kissed and had been a candidate before and so I think they I sent some **** ability there and and he's going to be back here with Martha and they're going to ride that course in a severe mark Kelly you I was surprised you just gave me some numbers awhile ago you guys just finished doing some polling we did at at high ground and it's and and it shows a mark Kelly is not have quite the name recognition you would expect that I I wrote I don't know few months back I said to you know mark Kelly is you know I eve is a pinko commie he still astronaut right and it's like that that bud light commercial where the driving down the dark road in there some guys stand on their knees and and the the guy says I wish we pick him up in there and is in his girlfriend says he's got a he's got a chain saw yeah but he's got bud light if he's an astronaut you know you got to get a second chance run out or what I mean is anybody by any definition we have this office discussion a lot of times by any definition right is the right stuff because NASA right Stuf is an American hero but you know that only last so long as we know because that one of the things the president is really good at is the finding his opponent and defining the Democrats as his opponent in defining the party that's out of step with America and they have struggled with that they've struggled with the identity politics movement which dominates Democratic Party debate and even makes it more difficult for them to unify the party and bring it together and here's a guy that's talking about making America great again with the economy it is back which gives him the ability to bring people together and they're not seeing that on the other side of the aisle yet I mean there have been this food fight of the democratic we sought hi yeah Vegas with Mike Bloomberg on the stage for the first time in its it's they went right at him just as they went at it booted judge last time when voters just start to get a little ahead of the game and and they went right out I mean so this race on their sides gonna go on for a while while he's got some strong wind at his back and he's gonna go teleserye any in the story that he's got by any demonstrable standards minus maybe all those tweets and all of behavioral issues it's a good story to tell no it's a heck of a story to tell and but there was still disappointment for for at least for check in me and that is while the president did talk about mark Kelly who is of course the democratic opponent for the make Sally he didn't do one thing Democrats from California and Massachusetts are pouring money into Kelly's campaign because they know that he's a rubber stamp for Cryin Chuck Schumer cry in shock and nervous Nancy wacko polos got it wrong is nervous Nancy wacko pelo see but yeah he didn't come up with that you know space not spaced out mark Kelly or whatever but we're being joined now by Mike broom head the the news voice here from K. T. A. R. guy I've known for a long time and I didn't realize you two had not met before well we crossed paths we have yeah for what it was so long ago yes we've got I spent much time to dive watch my and watched it from afar watch the rise of the broom head machine saying that it is a sheet it's it is got a following so you actually emceed yeah presidential rally in that building in Arizona before in that building for for bush I was the MC for a exact campaign of that just like that yeah and you and you came by this organically because you know your brother you lost a brother in Iraq and it was just and you started speaking out and then people invited you to to come and speak at it rallies and and you accepted it what is it like to be on the stage in Arizona presidential rally it was they call it the mad house on the dial for a reason yeah is absolutely electric you can feel it from backstage because it's a room full of people that are there to be fired up there waiting for something and I had the easiest job in the world I introduced Luiz Gonzalez to speak and so I'm introducing a guy wins the World Series it was it was great Louise was a little bit nervous to speak and I remember walking out there because they didn't know he was on the speakers list and as soon as I started to do some as soon as they started to catch on who was about to walk out that roof came off that place where the easiest job in the world that day yeah well that's that's cool yeah in you know what when when people people that show up to a rally they are they're they're they're completely one hundred percent behind the president that's just how it is yeah did you mentioned a moment about the veteran that was carried into is seeing all that was president alluded to at the very beginning that caught on fire what a moment that those good look like two veterans carrying a World War two veteran too happy the president called him by name they took him to a monograph mag hats it was just whether I don't care what you think politically those kind of moments are memorable at least at the moment everybody should agree was a really nice moments and that's again I mean he did that during the state of the union speech right yeah I mean he's a master at at at image and message combining and putting those things together and and campaigning he loves campaigning he loves the challenge of it he's a reality TV star that loves pulling those moments together and his people are really good at and he's incredibly popular with veterans he his veteran numbers are huge and of course Arizona is the state full of veterans and maybe that's why the reasons he enjoys fighting so much people from the other party he is just he really went after the Democrats tonight and actually talk about something that got it ended up getting a poll or higher poll numbers here and after three years a very unfair and ridiculous.
"mark kiss" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Understanding of what the inter agency consensus was with regard to javelins during the previous administration I think that most in the inter agency wanted to provide chaplains to Ukraine and so in the new administration under president trump the ability to forgive train this weaponry is significant advantage significant step forward we thought it was important let me summarize this for you Obama didn't do anything for you craning trump did and by the way George can't and bill Taylor on Wednesday all three of these witnesses have had to admit that trumps foreign policy has been going for Ukraine that's what makes all of this so cockamamie now was what was not at the beginning of the sound bite was he set her up by asking her how important javelins word to you all they're very important very important for the security of Ukraine and then he said that the provision of javelins was blocked during the previous administration is that correct they made a determination I wasn't a part of the discussion like I don't have one I don't know anything about anything here was it a bundle discount and but but obviously they it does not matter to Germany answer the question yeah the Obama administration didn't provide anything after having asked Ukraine to disarm yeah I just repeat that the Obama administration had a pact with Ukraine they would disarm in exchange for us promising to defend them if they were attacked and guess what they work Russia came in we talked about on this program when it happened it took about a week Russia came in and annexed Crimea they took a third of Ukraine away from them Russia and Ukraine had no way to defend it or stop it because they had no weapons had no javelins have nothing the Obama administration did not offer any assistance what ever even the whole Ukraine had been promised such assistance trump was elected president guess what the assistance was given Ukraine was given defensive foreign aid I am sure from his clowns you're trying to say the trump threatened to withhold it unless they investigated by well they got the aid they got the javelin's on trump still hasn't gotten his investigation of by there's nothing here folks if anything happens of note Jim Jordan is now questioning about image yeah I'm sure that'll be interesting will roll on everything that happened now the Steelers and and Browns I've not seen anything like it I can't I can't recall if I what I want to focus on tape of it today I can't recall ever seeming like it and I'm sure by now everybody knows miles Garrett number ninety five defensive and is having a great year for the Browns he's a pass rush specialist and he does pretty well against the run there's eight seconds left in the game a Steelers are down two touchdowns there's no way the Steelers are gonna win Mason Rudolph has look horrible all night the Steelers never got in the sink the Steelers lost a couple of wide receivers to vicious hips hi Joe Joe Smith Shuster was one out with a concussion another Steelers player was was was here and this one was flag by hit so hard my head is bleeding from his ear so it it it looked to me like that this was a head hunter game from the outset now the Steelers and Browns have had a rivalry going back decades but it hasn't really been much of a rivalry because the Browns haven't beaten the Steelers maybe once or twice in twenty years so there hasn't been really much of a rivalry to it and and the current crop of players have not been playing each other very long both teams are relatively young so it was it was curious what what in the world is this now there's a there's a theory in pro football football in general about coaching you either coaches are you let it happen maybe your players you either coach their behavior or when it happens you allow it to happen in other words players only deal what coaches either teach or tolerate the Browns are among the most penalized teams in the NFL and particularly for personal fouls fifteen yarder is vicious hits this kind of stuff so the theory as they're being coached and the head coach is ready kitchens he's never done it before he is I was the offense of coordinator for the base in the last half of last year because of their performance last year he got the head coach job this year having never done it before and it it it that the Browns in a dell back I'm showing up one year old one game wearing a for a hundred and fifty thousand dollar watch and we get someone take it off then showing up another we can clown shoes and being forced to change she was that the the theory that coaches either coaching this or letting it happen meaning on this team there doesn't appear to be any discipline whatsoever so with eight seconds left in the game Mason road office sat for like the nineteenth time of the game by miles Garrett some scuffle in shows that we don't really see much of then the next thing we see is this gigantic brawl Hey I'm the miles Garrett rips Mason Rudolph's helmet off his hand and beats him upside the head with it mark kissed Pouncey number fifty three of the center for the Steelers storms AM at Garrett I'll tell you this in NFL locker rooms all day today and last night more keys Pouncey number fifty three center for the Pittsburgh Steelers he is the tallest of every locker room in this league for his he went in there and he laid it on miles Garrett he has been suspended three games himself for his actions in coming to the aid and defense of his quarterback folks this was so bad if this had happened on the street if somebody had been beaten with a weapon of the size and weight of an NFL helmet that person would be in jail there are others who are urging the Steelers to file criminal charges against the Browns it is said that Mason Rudolph's agent is considering criminal charges against miles Garrett number ninety five of the Cleveland Browns it was so bad I was fully expecting when I watch the video does fully expecting to see police officers on that field to break this up yeah every NFL team has security if you've paid any attention and they they wear either yellow wind breakers or usually yellow and they surround the field and they are there they never watch the game their eyes are constantly on the crowd they are there to make sure that the crowd doesn't storm the field or the crowd doesn't throwing start throwing things weapons or whatever they might have I fully expect the security staff at that end zone to come out and get in the melee but but they didn't I am the referee is lost control of the game because it was filled with questionable hits that were unnecessary throughout the game and as I say yet rivalry Steelers Browns but these players there but nothing was on the line in this game neither of these teams is going anywhere in this season so it's inexplicable and I would love to know what's up miles going off this is not common I would love to know what happened Garrett has not said what it was all he said is the usual that's not who I am that's not who are was lost my cool will never happen again blah blah blah something set him off something had to happen I don't know if Rudolph sands something I don't know if the scrum that happen before this that Rudolph and tried to get Garrett's helmet in his hand something happened and I would really love to know what it is because I think knowing that will explain what had because it's not rivalry isn't the game was over and the Browns had no there was no chance of going to lose the game there was no way that was going to was literally no reason for this there had not been any action by the Steelers during the game the cause pent up frustration and reciprocity if anything it had been the Browns who had been behaving during the game that would warrant the Steelers doing something in retaliatory mission like this so it's really curious to me what happened and something happens something set get rid off something I'm I have to yeah I'm a Steelers fan but ever since I saw the Browns run hard knocks on HBO I think was last season and I have the Browns have become my second favorite team I really been hoping that they would do well and I have the guy really did fox I have the highest hopes are for any kitchen I hope the guy who had never done it before could come in and do the job I really hope that a guy who had never been a head coach before could come in and build on the successes of last year but it hasn't happened the grounds of underperform they've come no where near meeting expectations I'm not even talking about the priest is the preseason hype was when they traded for Odell Beckham I mean that's when everybody lost all my god this team center for the Superbowl and they haven't performed anywhere near a super plant from anywhere near their potential this year yeah I read some of the craziest stupidest play calling on the ends on thank handle a Reds on a federal lousy red zone performance they've got the potential for an unstoppable offense and it never has materialized and maybe that some of the frustration but they were winning this game last night the game was in the bag it was over so the NFL suspended miles Garrett minimum the rest of the sea I think the Browns need to cut it they cut a player yesterday Antonio Callaway who was a rookie last year he was arrested for marijuana possession last year during the preseason they stuck with him they gave him a chance Sir little bit the suspension came back had a half way decent year last year then he started showing up late for games this year and missing meetings they sing them that he's got a ten game suspension the league announced a ten game suspension for substance abuse or obviously found his way back to the weed and the Browns cut him before the game yesterday they've got a lot of wide receivers they can cut and tell me Callaway if they're gonna cut Callaway for being late am for having problems substance abuse them I don't know how they don't cut miles Garrett something's got to happen here because you should have seen the tweets about of all players watching the game to a man not of a move ever seen anything like it and so I it does it is it is it a trend isn't an indication of where the leak is going it's I don't know that's why I would really like to know what sparked this I'll rise it was a series of things that happened during the course of the game and it all just kind of blew up with one's final stroke of a pen or non on now there's got to be something more than just a simple progression of perceived injustices during the game there's much more to this than that go back to this old adage of coaching you either culture or yell let it happen and the brown is one of their big problems has been a total lack of discipline on the field and they've been allowed to get away with it so there has to be something here that caused this and they'd better find if the if we never told what it is they better find out what it was because I don't think it's about my my guess is it's not something just specific to this game I hope that's all I hope I'm wrong about that but I you know I I I wouldn't I wouldn't have a problem with a lifetime ban they have got to make sure this is not the big beginning of any kind of trend this has to be shut down and there can be no doubt about the intolerance they've already got a problem in this game with perceptions on the part of fans about what's going on out there in the field so they've they've got a they've got to get a handle on this and quickly quick time out will continue with much more right after this.
"mark kiss" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"And I felt so bad at first I was like I wonder how he died and then we learn how he died and it's just very sad today on a five thirty on the Jeffersons father yes she was ill the the woman who was shot by fort worth police in our own home and we found out over the weekend that her dad mark kiss please mark he's Jefferson died at a Dallas hospital the age of fifty nine had a heart attack he was taken to the hospital Friday night according to a family spokesperson any ultimately succumb to I don't know I can only say a broken heart you can well imagine the stress most just been terrible it is never recovered from the grieving process and course he'd gotten into a little bit of a battle and it was sort of a legal challenge over when the funeral was going to be and where it was going to be so you can well imagine if you're a parent he probably didn't sleep for weeks to say hardly at all and then during his waking hours he was so stressed out tortured by the loss of his manner by the fact that it was a police officer who killed her for no reason at all and then all of the his struggles to maintain some form of control over the situation as it exists now and then all the weather was good attention about attention I was still the stress of having that attention on you yeah and on the family man said thank we mentioned this the on Friday we talked with on a Aaron who is a Dallas resident whose family was part of the the community in northern Mexico that was violently attacked nine people killed by a cartel members and now over the weekend in eighteen vehicle caravan hearing about a hundred members of the offshoot Mormon community there have left their homes and arrived in Arizona basically living with only the shirt off their back on their backs yeah yes on when we were talking with our Friday morning if if she thought those people gonna leave she lives here but she said she was born there because that the family that the community has been in existence for decades but tough she said she didn't know at the time because they have the they had a lot to do they were yeah they're still bearing you know the the victims right and trying to raise money for that very expensive process please please whenever they're traveling to Phoenix and Tucson and they're not sure where they will go in the long term but I guess they're staying with relatives in the meantime rise location they're gonna be kind of spread out for a while but they're saying they hope that they can find some way to get back together and reform their community someplace else the sad story in the in our area that's a place that farmers branch of twelve year old girl escaped an attempted kidnapping with minor injuries he told the man as you said a told police of the man pointed some kind of weapon Attar maybe a stun gun he took off running in a silver older model mid size car described as Hispanic forty fifty years old about five feet tall and they're still looking for coming up at eight seventeen if you have one of those new apple cards there under investigation records yeah yeah we'll tell you why plus don't way your old tech before Black Friday you have your technical items like old phones and I thought you were taught I thought you were talking about the guy that works in the tech yeah I'm here I'm away okay learn to give our techie guy will explain any seventeen it is seven fifty five let's get update on traffic.
"mark kiss" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"Wasn't ready as a cool a bad loan that person black or white Leslie I'm gonna go with black so how do we set it that right there it is a white guy Leslie you can get to in a row and still win okay so count yourself out here is a clip number two five one mark kissed a guy and you're sitting there with your dad you felt the air go out of the road it hasn't been I don't even know where he is wow I now he's really about you now yeah and what mark kissed a guy and you're sitting there with your job you felt the air go out of the road show Leslie is that a white person or a black person I'm gonna go with a white person such a racist Leslie yeah I didn't know who was keep listening now maybe we'll give you a chance when something else love you seven seven five seven nine one oh two five eight hundred seven seven one one of two file I'm glad we get to give in to a fan Leslie had no idea who she is now I still love her she listens every night that's great I'm just saying like you can't name one that's what you should do like let's get my hands like name your favorite song right on the spot everybody on hold right now everyone right right right that's okay yeah Hey Adam one up hello hello hello well that in with your mom is yelling at you mad mad buddy you skip Devon my dad Matt was your mom just yelled at I hit the wrong button because my fingers felt Matt my mother in law what's her name Angela Angela shut the hell up mark good trying to win tickets Angela what's your mother in law wearing this is a good yeah I get the the dominoes in the news it is okay I like it all right all right Matt are you a big fan of nausea Mary J. not at all I love I love the idea of leases guys on a much better here comes a clip you know how to play the game right yeah I got it he sounds so exciting DC it is you want to go though he doesn't really know you know although I am excited I'm just trying to play while and he's playing coy right now I know he's going to do this what Matt's gonna do he's gonna win these tickets and he's gonna find like some really high black girl is like do you like not as well yeah like NAS white boy is a I don't do it on full Sam able arguing clip number one when I would any of the other other toys I was given a cosmic allow you always want to spy relied dolls and I put a bucket system I lock those aren't even real words right well the British black guy who wouldn't have any of of the of the other toys I was given my cosmetology wars was pilot dolls and what is right the correct answer no we don't so it's not are you get two in a row and you still wind here is a clip number and what mark I just got it is that we have to have a six pack.
"mark kiss" Discussed on PRI's The World
"Kettering cancer center she also teaches nursing at hunter college in new york and she joked that she's taken on another job my new role apparently is vaccine nurse or measles nurse depending on your preference markets as part of a group of healthcare workers were come together to provide evidence based vaccine education tation for the ultra orthodox jewish community her community she's also an orthodox jew primarily doing what i'm doing because i noticed awan way direction of information reaching the orthodox community 'em or rather one one direction of misinformation much of that misinformation comes in the form of pamphlets and phone hotlines that promotes vaccine skepticism because this isn't insular community where many people don't be secular newspapers or go online free information i do think that this community and other insular minority communities share certain traits that make them more vulnerable to misinformation and there has been evidence that the larger secular mainstream antitax initiative praise on these minority communities where they know they can grab a foothold and that's what's happened in minnesota in somalia communities that was in twenty seventeen when minnesota experienced its largest measles outbreak in nearly thirty years and it certainly of happening here on the from community in new york anti vaccination groups have put their focus on ultra orthodox communities and they hold events like this one in eight toll walking back affected we marcus once people and be ultra orthodox community tunder stand that'd be mm or a vaccine is safe and effective in preventing measles mumps rubella but she also wants people outside the community know that the vast majority of orthodox jews do vaccinate their children we lost him guess everyone who were gonna keep are questions about thirty seconds on her answer in five minutes again recently evening mark kissing other healthcare professionals shingles came out the answer questions and provide information for a group of about two hundred women in muncie it's ultra orthodox hub of rockland county new york at the end of june nineteen there were two hundred and seventy five confirmed cases of measles in the county distinct honor the habits us this evening of this obviously baltimore the us roscoff all the panel included rabbis pediatricians an epidemiologist nurse practitioners all orthodox jews they spoke up a jewish obligation to take necessary precautions they share stories of how outbreak has affected their patients and why vaccines are safe and effective in eradicating these diseases i believe marcus says they've been inundated with emails and calls from worry parents i spent forty five minutes on the phone with eight father on friday answer those questions he had six children vaccinated the first five many the women who came to the workshop say they don't need convincing they already vaccinate their kids and they're here to show solidarity when someone shot diagnosing are community were all the whole the whole community everybody gets together what could we only have so many say they're frustrated by the way there jewish community has been portrayed but beyond that there's an underlying sense that's fears about outbreaks are feeding into antisemitic stereotypes it's a specially sensitive for hasidic students many of whom are descendants from holocaust survivors i understand why some people would say well they're singling us out and it's antisemitic but demarcus says that's not how she sees it i wouldn't ever condone name calling or antisemitic behavior but when the media's focusing on outbreak in the orthodox jewish communities is because there is an outbreak in the orthodox jewish communities and that's just simply the fact i did speak with one orthodox woman at the meeting who told me she did not vaccinate her kids and all three of them came down with the measles this year she wouldn't tell me her name and she wouldn't speak on tape but when i saw her later after the meeting she she told me the speakers were appealing ten motions and not presenting enough evidence she wasn't convinced for the world from medical burger in muncie new york on astronomical three today for chile argentina a rare total solar eclipse that's when the moon passes directly in front of the sun casting a shadow on earth that blocks the sunlight thousands of people.
"mark kiss" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"The sporting life and this week with the NFL draft upon us. We're talking about many facets of the draft. And that's the reason why we invited our next guest to be on the show. Mark kiss. Do is New York City police officer his new book is with the first pick. And it's an exploration of the NFL draft in decisions made by teams concerning players who have off the field and other issues that aren't necessarily related soli their football steals, Mark. Thank you for joining us. Thank you. Appreciate it, Mark. This is a privately published book it's called with the first pick. It's available and Amazon dot com. And I was reading it with interest. First of all because it's it's unusual to your active New York City police officer of picture book that he is written particularly about football. What led you to this project? Well, germy I was looking at the two thousand. Sixteen draft. And there's this one player that just just gained my attention. And they were talking about how high he was going to go before the draft start in his even Laremy Tunsil. And somehow his the footage video of him possibly doing drugs. And how teams were just start. He's you're starting to dropping draft and young men I felt bad for him. I was just wondering I say whether more prospects like Laremy Tunsil that their misbehavior or misconduct. While they're young men just is gonna fix them by them losing so much money. And I guess a police officer, you know, I always thought to myself. I said you deal with young men who get in trouble every day, but they're not on this level of like they're gonna lose millions of dollars by by by the way, they act you use a lot of case studies in the book talking about decisions made by teams either to take into account or to ignore off the field behavior that took place before the draft when they're making their decisions. What's your jets fan? What's your big takeaway here? God. Big tickly was basically like how I guess some teams some teams do pick tally over of the person's past. And it's just like this alarm when these players when it comes up again, and they do the same act, and it just everyone is there's no one no one takes fault. No, one takes blame. Because I guess the, you know, the main goal is to make money or to win. And it was just and there are certain players. I did mentioned and they're coming to light for doing the same exact thing today, you know, like like Tyree till tyreek hill was he he was you know, a fifth round draft pick. But he was suspended from college for salt and his pregnant girlfriend and just recently it came up where he was involved in a domestic violence with his fiance who is child of his mother, and he just raising custody of his son tooth investigate. Violence and the Kansas City Chiefs. They still drafted him because he's an all pro you know, he's on everyone's fantasy team. But at the end of the day, he's still doing the same thing getting college. What are the examples? Use Johnny Manziel who. Of course was famously drafted by Cleveland Browns in the first round that turned into he turned into a bust. Of course, there was ample evidence for the Browns to draw upon before making that selection that would lead them to believe the Johnny Manziel would be of bus or would not pan out. So I if you were working instead of a police officer, but instead of for the NFL advising teams or or the league itself drafting players troubled past when you decide that okay? It's worth taking a risk. And when you side it's not worth taking risk. Well. The thing with the NFL is they have a like a large personal conduct policy. They have almost everything covered as I guess if I was in investigating the player for NFL team. I looked to see, you know, was individual charge was charges dropped. What is where the dieted? Did they have to take anger Benjamin classes to to what extent and it's like to report back team ownerships like listen, do you wanna take a chance on player who has been arrested in that might cause, you know, bad? You know media, you know, back, you know, complaints for us or fan complaints to me. It's just me personally, if anyone's been arrested in college for anything violence, I I would tell the team owner like don't take a chance, you know, where there's some players that you didn't they weren't even in troubling college for for violence or anything. And then when it comes to NFL it changes. So you really don't know what you have you know, which are.
"mark kiss" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
"Taking risk. Well. The thing with the NFL is they have a an like a large personal conduct policy. The they have almost everything covered as I guess if I was in investigating the player for NFL team. I looked to see, you know, was individual charge where the charges dropped. What is where the indicted? Do. They have to take anger management classes to to what extent and it's like to report back to team ownerships, like listen to you wanna take a chance in a player who has been arrested in that might cause, you know, bad, you know, media, you know, back, you know, complaints for us or fan complaints to me. It's me personally, if anyone's been arrested in college for anything violence, I I would tell the team owner like don't take a chance, you know, where there's some players that you didn't be weren't even in troubling college for for violence or anything. And then when it comes to the NFL it changes. So you really don't know what you have you know, what you're investing because there's been a lot of. Investigations where players have actually they haven't NFL teams have found nothing wrong. And then to come to light where people come forward and say, no, no this person, covered it up. You know, we often say we're speaking with Mark kiss to who is a member of the NYPD. His new book is with the first pick. And it is an exploration of NFL decision making when it comes to draft prospects who have had off the field issues as a police officer as someone who. You as you said deals with young men getting in trouble quite frequently. Your personal viewpoint is, you know, we're talking about very young guys. How much of the behavior we see in in youths, you know, in their late teen years, for instance, you think is a predictor in or an indicator of where they will be in a few years time after those transgressions well working for New York City of the young male that that we see that come through the system. It's it's difficult because they come from poor backgrounds, and they don't have as many opportunities as other kids in the United States. And you know, sometimes it might hurt them where they might not get a job. They can't get a civil job or a government job. They might not be able to go to the military, and there's certain schools devil might not take you with a criminal background, and you know. No. And that's the thing. Seeing the dated the normal teenager from seventeen years old to even twenty one the ones that get in trouble. They're lost sometimes in the system, and you know, you don't interact with celebrities all day. And when you see celebrities committing the same crimes as these young males, and they get away with it. And they basically go about their whole lives making millions. It's just such a huge difference. In like, you know, how American like teenagers are teenagers are grown adults. What is your viewpoint on? The way the NFL looks at at violence that has been perpetrated by draft prospects. You know, often we hear team say, you know. Yes, you know display or that player did something wrong. But you know, it's not a reflection of who they truly are. And we think we can help them when you hear that will goes through your mind. I do think that there are some cases where the NFL do help players. And I think there's some cases where executives help players and owners help players, but I think the NFL it's going to be an ongoing issue because if there's websites on NFL players if website dedicated to who gets arrested in NFL every day, you ha- you've had players like Aaron Hernandez who was draft in the fourth round. This this kid when he was in Florida. He was linked to gangs, and you know, fitting the description of a person involved in a shooting. The patriots still took a chance. He was a very talented player. But you know, and so as Joe mixing with this is any Bengals in college. He was videoed punching a woman in a bar, and he was still drafted by the Bengals. And he's an all pro running opera running back, but the Bengals took that chance. I think I think it's not unified. I don't think the teams are working as much as the with unity as NFL to to fight a figure out who's the bad seeds, you know, even favoritism or nepotism like Chad Kelly. He was dry. He was the last pick of the NFL draft because he's a nephew of Jim Kelly, and John Elway gave him a chance. Even though he was a he was booted from Clemson he got arrested in the nightclub and last year, he got arrested for criminal trespass in in Denver, and he was cut by the Denver Broncos. So it really doesn't matter the person person's race or college. It's just the person, you know, you have and so. I believe the NFL is going to get there. But I don't think the teams are all going to be unified of the way they find like do their research on players speaking with Mark kissed do. He's an officer in the New York police departments and working at the one hundred thirteenth in the one hundred thirteen precinct in queens. And you know, this is quite an achievement writing a book like this while you're working full-time in the NYPD. What's next for you as as a writer, Mark? Well, I, you know, I really don't know. Jeremy it's just I wanted to always find things that I enjoy and sports is my you know, sports is my love, and maybe the next book on my right now, we'll be about the jets win in Super Bowl. Good luck. With that Mark. I don't ever see that in my lifetime. But you know, I think my next venture will be about a sport, you know, about a sport to find something different. But, you know, this is my first my first book, and I wanted to you know, give it a shot and see how how I might have done. It's very impressive. We've been speaking with Mark kiss. Do he is an officer in the New York police department? His new book is with the first pick. Mark. Thanks so much for joining us here on the sporting life. Jeremy thank you so much. I'm Jeremy shop, and you can listen to new editions of the sporting life every Saturday and Sunday morning on ESPN radio and ESPN app beginning at six AM eastern time.
"mark kiss" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap
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And it's an exploration of the NFL draft and decisions made by teams concerning players who have off the field and other issues that aren't necessarily related solely to their football skills. Mark. Thank you for joining us dramatic. Appreciate it, Mark. This is a privately published book it's called with the first pick. It's available and Amazon dot com. And I was reading it with interest. First of all because it's it's unusual to your active New York City. Police officer of pitcher book that he has written particularly about football. What led you to this project? Well, Germany, I was looking at the two thousand sixteen draft. And there's this one player that just just gained my attention. And they were talking about how high he was going to go before the draft even start in his Laremy Tunsil. And somehow his the footage in video of just him possibly doing drugs. And how teams were just starting. He's just starting to drop in the draft. And this young man, I felt bad for him. And I was just wondering I say where they're more prospects. Like Laremy Tunsil that their misbehavior or their misconduct while they're young men. Just it's going to fix them by them losing so much money. And I guess there's a police officer. You know, I always thought to myself. I said you deal with young men who get in trouble every day, but they're not on this level of like they're going to lose millions of dollars. You know, by by by the way, they act you've got to you've got a regular job. You're you're busy working in queens at the one hundred thirteen precinct. Why did you want to write a book about this? Oh, well, as a I guess more. I was as an NFL fan. I just was wondering I said like how their personal conduct affects them and as a police officer. When you see young men, you know, getting arrested for domestic violence or sexual assault. How as NFL fan? I say how is NFL address in like these players. I was like to the NFL know about these players is it like do they lose like, there's you know, they lose money today lose their, you know, accountability to respect the owners the executives so I guess as a police officer. I was just very curious on like how many players in college. Do get arrested for for all these crimes and like how does it affect like their career in their future? So I just I just wanted more just to do my research and find out and put on a piece of paper which turned into a book with Mark kissed the New York City police officer who's new book is with the first pick about NFL draft prospects and off the. Field issues, and you use a lot of case studies in the book talking about decisions made by teams either to take into account or to ignore off the field behavior that took place before the draft when they're making their decisions. What's your jets fan? What's your big takeaway here? God, I'm going. My big tickly was basically like how I guess some teams in some teams do picks talent over of the person's past. And it's just like this alarm win these players when it comes up again, and they do the same act, and it just everyone is there's no-one no-one takes fault. No, one takes blame. It's all because I guess the, you know, the main goal either make money or you know, to win, and it was just and there's certain players. I did mention and they're coming to light for doing the same exact thing today, you know, like like. Retail. Tyreek hill was he was you know, he was a fifth round draft pick. But he was suspended from college for salt and his pregnant girlfriend and just recently it came up where he was involved in a domestic violence with his fiance who is trial of his mother, and he just recently lost custody of his son through to the best violence and the Kansas City Chiefs. They still drafted him because he's an all pro you know, he's on everyone's fantasy team. But at the end of the day, he's still doing the same thing as he didn't college with more kissed his new book with the first pick. If it. And you've been on the force in New York for more than a decade before that I understand you served in the United States army's, well, you went to hostile which reluctant was the home of the New York Jets and one of the examples use Johnny Manziel, who of course, was famously draft by Cleveland Browns, and the first round that turned into he turned into a bust, of course in. There was ample evidence for the Browns to draw upon before making that selection that would lead them to believe the Johnny Manziel would be a bust or would not pan out or that his talents talents. Whatever they might have been would not surmount, he's issues. So I if you were working instead of as a police officer, but instead of for the NFL advising teams or or the league itself about drafting players troubled pass when you decide that okay? It's worth taking a risk. And when you side it's not worth taking
"mark kiss" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Is that then you'd be bubbling in multiple letters on each line? That's true. Did you do that? You drew? Did you come the Christmas? Colored in the Christmas tree then. There were tests, and in classes, where I did take quizzes tests where I had no idea, and I literally just guessing yes, I did have that happen. But I never actually it's called Christmas during a test. But you're not literally drawing, Kris, okay? It's just the term. I feel like if I was a teacher. I'd wanna have like cool designs his answers, at least respect it. You'd be like. Okay. No. But I may like dry like I may actually be the one. That's like, you know, what I want the answers to look like a Christmas tree. And then I'd write my questions around what I'd want the scantron to look like, Tony. What do you think? Billy looks like. Louis. That's my middle name. Also while meeting. That incredible incredible. Right. You guys want to know what else? New name is. Yeah. Go ahead house, and you want to know what your new name is just based on your looks you shook your head. Yes. House. Can you hear us? Yes. Feel like Allison's Lindsey. Wow. That's so funny that you say Lindsay because I thought Lisa Laura why how's it definitely has an elvi- because it's Al there's Ellison. Her name be we think L Regis's Allison's a Catharine with a see the. I don't see I think we call her Kathy. What about Catherine's that go by Katie, I guess feel about that? Not a fan. No. I feel passionately about it. Yeah. All right. I would say Chris saving you for last ICU is a Garrett. Ooh. I like that. I started saying the word I thought you gonna say, Gary, I'm like that not good Ted Garrett. That's scared could be good. You know, what it's funny because I have you as Jerry with a G. Ooh. Worst type of jerem. Jerry with achieve. But I just see you responding to people calling you Jair. Yeah. I see you digging. It I'm going now ROY what Tony please call him. Tony, mark. I don't a Mark. No, I don't Mark. Marcus. But we call you Mark kissed like, we call you. Mario markets makes more why? Y you're licensed. Why does Marcus make more sense? I don't know. Wow. Okay. No, don't take it offensively tone. Guys, line two, very important. Caller, Caleb is on Caleb line to this is what he the portable. Put them on home is on. Next thing goes on hold. All right. So Kaleb online too. If he's still there used to work at the factory where they sorted pencils? Is true Caleb. No at the at the factory where we scored pets. Even better. All right. So what can you tell us about the insight on that?.
"mark kiss" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder
"I was super super impressed with it. Ziprecruiter is the smartest way to hire. All right. Let's take a look at this SAM's over we news packets Brenton. Listen. Over the over the weekend. I'm not sure if you're aware the. Greatest dynasty in professional sports one which will seal that greatness by not going to visit Donald Trump, despite the fact that there may be some personal relationships. But it doesn't matter. What's important is their political actions in their public actions and? Despite thank couples though, despite a couple of missteps. What's also important to you have good advisors. So maybe you are not. So a savvy about what's going on in the world. And maybe you buy a wrong hat and put it in your locker mistakes can be made the important thing. Is you listen to your smarter advisors in this case, Tom Brady's wife, if you sell basically said, don't do this don't be an idiot. And he said, yes, dear. Okay. And Mark kiss my kid on the lips. Well, that's fine too. That's fine. That's fine. I love Tom. But yeah, it's but that's said like a guy was not apparent. That's all I can tell you name while if you guys loving parent built on the greatest quarterback in the history of the game. Maybe one of the most -ccomplish athletes in any sport. And anytime, I'm sorry. I know that bums a lot of people out, but it's true. Meanwhile, the Super Bowl took place this weekend. And here's Donald Trump talking about how he's really upset about black people talking about the the kneeling position you've taken and the controversy around it, do you think that the players who did Neil had a point? I mean, are you sensitive at all to players like Colin Kaepernick who who point out that the majority of victims of police violence are black will, you know, I'm the one that had passed judicial reform. And if you look at what I did criminal judicial reform and what I've done President Obama try. They all tried everybody wanted to do it. And I got it done. And I've been you know, really a lot of people in the NFL have been calling and thanking before it really they have been calling and thanking you know, that people have been trying to get that taken care of. And it's now signed into law and affects tremendous numbers of people. Very good people. I. I think that when you want to protest, I think it's great. But I don't think you do it at the sake of our flag at the sake of our national anthem. Absolutely. But you are joy understand you saying there, though that you still are sensitive though. I mean, you you understand the motivation for the protests, though, you don't want a lot of it is having to do with reform from what I understand whether it's criminal Justice, or whatever it may be and they have different versions and everybody seemed to have a different version of it. But a lot of it had to do with that. And I took care of that. I think that people have to at all times respect our flag and at all times respect, our our national anthem and our country. And I think there are plenty of places and times, you can protest, and you can do a lot. But you can't do that. That's that's bad. I took care of it. So. The Bill that passed the criminal Justice reform Bill affects maybe several thousand of the hundred and eighty or ninety thousand who are in federal custody in a federal prison. That has nothing to do. Well, maybe it's like a fourth order thing to do with what a Colin Kaepernick was protesting. What Colin Kaepernick was protesting was the complete disregard for for black lives. Particularly in the context of the way that black people are policed in this country. And to the extent that the Trump administration did anything on that front? It was to have his attorney general at the time Jeff Sessions tell every police force in the country. Not only are we going to pull back on any oversight that we're providing a problematic police departments. Currently we're not going to engage in that in the future. So in other words, if you have discriminatory practices, if you have a problem on your forest with overt or covert racism, or defacto, racism, or whatever it is. If you have a record of being a particularly violent with black people don't worry about it. We're not coming from. You you go to town..
"mark kiss" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Okay. All right. I ask nanna then nanna. No, no. Well. Oh, no. Thanks, nicki. Another was remember when we did the Palm Springs live show. Yeah. Guys, two straight talkers that showed up with t shirts that said, Carlos and Charlie Moran. Yes. Those guys were great. Well, being that I'm in Pasadena. They message me do you want me for coffee, and I'm like, yes, I can do this. Now, I'm not way out Melvin. So I met them for coffee straight talker. Yeah. And they have they wanted me to bring up something that they miss on the show. Okay. Great. These guys are so great a question about scruffy. No. Okay. Okay. So they wanna they missed the advice segment Ross used to really miss that. They wanted call people call in and they said that maybe people can write in like Email if you can't they can't call in this. So what do we do advice? You can Email me Ross straight talk with Ross dot com. And maybe we'll try to get you on the phone or we can hit hit hit us up on social media, which is Hello Ross. Pod. Really? Deepest like dumb. But I do have a follow up to that really quick. I've been thinking if is it possible in the future, my one Christmas wish and my belated birthday, which is can we do an episode of just classics because there's some classics from this show that I miss. I miss Marta than Mark. I miss even the Nikki trying like classics that we don't do like. Six full of like. Yeah. Just to show with district talk classics. Why don't we let the people that you want? We'll put four classics. We could do smart the Mark kissing tale. What what else a teabag trivia, smack attack snack member teabag trivia, trivia, twenty questions? Was a call twenty questions too. Two two. That's what I want a quick net. That's all right. Now known them. No, no, stack tax. Fucking. Oh my God. Your. Okay. Good. All right CJ stretch. All right. So Rosin I went over to your house on Christmas Eve and thank you for having inviting me and Ross thanks for going. Let me go with us. And when we were at Ross's house, he you know, I was like, I don't know if I feel real social I'm not really good at these things. I'm like, what is it likely Witter's friends like what is his family like he's like Fags, e it's basically a church service. And I that's. That's it's kinda it is kinda like that. I was like I really believed him that. It was going to be like oh church. Like we were going to kneel and pray. But it's a little weird. It's like a church thing. Like religious thing. I told you job. Yeah. He did today. Then I had to like process, which I love. Thinking that thought that it was Jehovah's Witness ceremonies. Christmas. It's a different thing that we all. Oh, they don't believe in. God. I don't think I was really trying to figure it out Jehovah's Witness. Of course. Because he's like going into a big thing. I was like, well it's like a ceremony like it's like they do. Very respectful. He was like, okay. I was really scared. I really like do that. I don't think I can do this. Yeah. So anyway, we go, and we had a great. I just want to say you have a beautiful family and a beautiful friends. And I love your mother. She was so wonderful and your sister Alana, you know, I texted you after the party, and I said, your friends and family or reflection of all the good that you are. And so it was it was just really beautiful. So thank you. And just your family just it was amazing. Yeah. So I think that's pretty much my balls. Wow. Oh, we talked about the diarrhea Vallarta. I mean. Yeah. I have one more thing. Maybe we went to the bubbly brunch. And why would Jay rod, and we ordered food and d remember what J rod order. My God, you have to see this you seri-. I welcome at the bubbly run shoot is like the Lewis. I walk. I walk around. I meet everybody every table say. Hi, thank you for coming to any questions, and I walk and I come over to their table into check and you guys doing, okay? And I looked down. Vacc- has French fries. Right you. Yes. J Ron has on his plate. Two pieces of tan toast season list. Chicken breast, and it was the list. No, what did you tell? He's like, no salt and pepper. No see there was nothing on. I was just I said, hey, can you just put a breast on the grill and just let it sit there grill. It though, it looked like a body part. It did it look like a breast. On it. It's so weird. I mean is unbelievable. A breast implant it looks like. What I believe it. It was good. You don't even know even know, you don't even know what you're missing. Would you don't even J really needed help him because afterwards, I drove him home. And like an heat we took him out to dinner. Oh, we can't eat anywhere because he eats like a seven year old what you have Christmas dinner. What did you Jay rod who doesn't this dinner? I had I had chicken cheats. Would you have nana's potatoes? I would try it for you. Do you want to know? What's in it? He throw up potatoes. Okay cheese. Okay. You like cheese only on pizza cheese cheap. Jay, Ron Jesus. Chooses. Onto.