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Next Level Digital Marketing With Overit

The Pest Posse Stampede Podcast

05:01 min | 2 weeks ago

Next Level Digital Marketing With Overit

"How you doing today. Thanks so much for having. I'm doing great. How's it going out there. It's going good. Sounds like it's better here in california than you. Oh man i'm telling you we're in upstate. New york over. It's in upstate. New york and right outside of albany new york and it's late october and it is a snow day today. We have snow on the ground and a kid is a lot more excited about that than i am. I can promise you that much. Oh gee we haven't even gotten done with the leaves falling yet and now we have so. That's the snow is so i'm already hashtag over it the winter already. I'm already over. it's gotta love it. I love it with that play in there for that. Exactly kill before we get into this. Can you give us a little introduction about you a little background. You know who is chris. So chris is chris sano. I am a been up in this area now for men over about ten years. I'm from downstate new york originally right outside of the city. I'm a neuroscientist by training. So i have a phd and neuroscience So i'm i'm a marketer by by necessity rather than by training so my training is in science. Basic research sized studied developmental science. You know how our brains develop for a long time had a research lab and got into marketing. When i launched a a biotechnology company and had to figure out how was going to sell my products to people and when i had all the marketing on my own and mainly digital which how i got into digital what i realized is that marketing is influencing choice. Real you have something you have a product you got service you want people to buy that over the competition. So how am i going to get everybody out there to choose my products our product versus the competition and that is neuro science because in neuroscience and you can understand brain choice how the brain and how humans choose certain things you can influence that choice better. So what i figured and learned is that neuroscience is a great great marriage and Sort differentiator in marketing because my knowledge set allows me to assess the choice a little better than traditional marketer. Who thinks about it in a different way. So i once i started to see the benefits of that and the niche that had sort of I really went into marketing. As the you know as my career as what i do now and so I take a little bit of a different approach to how we do marketing. It's very psycho we psychoanalytic salat understanding human behavior. What people are thinking and at over it. Our brand is very much in line with that. You know. we're really big into behavioral analysis and not just understanding what your product is but really understanding who the people are that are using it and want to buy your products so that that's a little bit myself sort of the difference. I think on my approach and our approach over to the marketing the marketing solutions. Yeah and i think that was when i was reading your by stop and i saw that. I'm like well. That's kind of a big leap from neuroscience to marquis. I mean but it really but it makes sense when you when you sit there and you talk about it and explain it. I mean you wanna talk about having a one up from competition. I mean you got you in house. They're really the really sunny bit it because we've heard about that as smart as the cycle psychoanalyzing psychoanalytic and all that stuff with marketing. And all that you know. I for that and it's like yeah you're truly living. It not even see correct correct. You know when people when people hear about my background they say like how why would you. How did you get into marketing it. It's not it's not that far of a leap and in fact neuro marketing is a very big and growing. You know sort of division of marketing now a days. Mp like and what they're doing they're using brain caps and brainwaves to understand when you look at a low because in digital when you're on facebook and you're scrolling through feeds. You have three to five seconds to make an impact on. And so what are you doing in those three to five seconds and how it is your brand. How does your logo. How does your stuff impact someone. And there's a whole feel dedicated to that and over it. We have a focus group room. You know those rooms where like people you can see into the conference from. They can't see you behind the window. I've done this. I've done this report. We have one of those rooms and over time will wanna do is evolve that to be narrow cap. So we'll put a brain will put a cap on you will show you logos and will ask you. What do you think about this. And you're you'll say. I love it but your brain tells me you hate it and so we're able we're gonna be able to really understand behavior on a level. A lot of other marketing agencies are going to be able to do and so that's really where over we always say like over the next level marketing and that kind of stuff no one. Not many people have dr of neuroscience on staff so we liked his up. I mean look we have a great team but there's also that element as well that gives us a little bit of a of a leg up on

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Fresh update on "marquis" discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:00 sec | 17 hrs ago

Fresh update on "marquis" discussed on KCBS Radio Afternoon News

"As KCBS is, Marquis Schaefer explains animal adoption efforts have gone virtual It's a time honored tradition, live puppies and kittens in the windows. It may seize up for adoption through the San Francisco s P C. A. But this year the animals are virtual. You can see them via video. Well, it's very imaginative on I'm glad, say, are trying very hard. I appreciated. But Rosario Rodriguez, a nanny to twin three year olds had some explaining to do. Yeah, we've come for the last year's. Now they're asking where the real ones Admittedly, it's different. These displays are coded Safe. Plenty of elbow room, No noses on the windows. And of course, there's no mess to clean up. Sometimes we've been down here in the animals are sleeping the entire time..

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"marquis" Discussed on GSMC Book Review Podcast

GSMC Book Review Podcast

05:14 min | 2 weeks ago

"marquis" Discussed on GSMC Book Review Podcast

"George pat who. I guess one thing. I'd like to leave you with was instrumental in supporting the black panthers. The you know the seven hundred sixty. I hate divisions called pat. Answer for a reason because he asked for difficult for them and he's the first you know white combat you know general to integrate blacks for get blacks takers in his in the third army and they're instrumental and he came out and he spoke to them. He didn't go to speak to every truce but he went out and spoke to these guys and they all remember. It was a memorable memorable at their life. They all talked about that. They also said he's kind of just you know it'd be incredible. And he was you know. And he's also i to integrate oil company. Who's the first half black americans integrated with white and rival companies. He didn't wait for approval. He's dead so at a patent set some dumb things that you know and did some dumb things late in the war particularly Some people think that maybe when he was a polo player and he fell off his horse and had head trauma. The some people think you might have had you know You know head trauma. Andrew like nfl players have had and so sometimes he saved from you. Know kinda crazy stop. Let's face it. But he was still a great general legendary gentle and he should be remembered for being the first half black tankers in third army effort integrating his is -ception battalion or sexually companies. So i i'll leave it little bit on the note of all right. Well thank you for that and thank you so much for taking the time to speak with me about not only your world war two books but also the williams kids books that are coming up. I really appreciate your time. Thank you very much for having me. Thank you again to samuel marquis for joining me for this interview to talk about not only soldiers of freedom but the Some of the other books in his world war two series and his new book about his ancestor. William kid. i if you are a fan of historical fiction if you're a fan of world war two that time period you should definitely check this book out. And like i said it's really Good timing that. This episode is airing the week of veterans day speaking of veterans day..

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Chicago Bears remove Badara Traore from COVID-19 list

WBBM Early Afternoon News

00:35 sec | Last month

Chicago Bears remove Badara Traore from COVID-19 list

"Practice squad, offensive lineman, moderate tray or who had been on the Coal Bin Reserve list, now activated again. Defensive back Marquis Christian also signed the Bears practice squad. As they go through well, what amounts to a Thursday practice. But on a Friday everything is kind of moved back because, of course, they don't play again until Monday night against the Rams in L. A. The teams have met the previous two seasons. The Bears winning 15 to 6 at Soldier Field two years ago. The Rams winning at the Memorial Coliseum last year 17 to 7. The Rams have since moved into a new facility.

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Officials looking into video of ICE stopping a Black jogger

WBZ Midday News

00:36 sec | Last month

Officials looking into video of ICE stopping a Black jogger

"Air pushing for answers over an incident on the V F W Parkway earlier this week, Senators Elizabeth Warren and Marquis along with representatives I, Anna Presley and Stephen Lynch, want answers. On Tuesday, Ice agents hopped out of an unmarked SUV. And stop the black jogger in West Roxbury. The agents apparently told the man they wanted to see his tattoos. The jogger. Then a prayer. Oh, recorded the whole thing on his phone. Warren Marquis, Presley and Lynch are concerned that his constitutional rights may have been violated. The Great Center Memorial Gym

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Federal judge denies request to extend Florida voter registration

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | Last month

Federal judge denies request to extend Florida voter registration

"The judge has denied a motion to extend Florida's voter registration, saying his decision was an incredibly close call. A federal judge has denied emotion to extend voter registration in Florida. That's after a computer meltdown on the final day decide up to vote. US. District Court Judge Marquis Walker also noted the historical problems, the state seems tohave with elections. He wrote that just one month from Election Day and with the earliest mail in ballots already being counted, quote Florida has done it again. I'm surely Adler.

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US stocks lose early gains as market volatility continues

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:57 sec | 2 months ago

US stocks lose early gains as market volatility continues

"The money watch. Here's Jason Brooks Marquis been a real roller coaster session for the stock market down up down and now back in positive territory in the final hour of trading after the market looked like it was getting give up some pretty strong gains from earlier Not looking like a big rally, but we'll take anything in the green of this point, doubt by 53 points, NASDAQ Gaining 36 S and P hired by nine points, Apple helping out its stock up by 1%. New home sales haven't been this strong since 2006. The Commerce Department says new home sales rose nearly 5% in August from the prior month up over 43% from a year earlier, topping one million in 20 21st time hating that milestone in 14 years, New Home construction has surged higher over the past three months, but the supply of new homes on the market Continues to fall down, too, just over three months worth about half of what's considered a healthy level for the housing market. On the money Watch Jason Brooks KCBS.

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If Republicans fill Ginsburg's vacancy, Democrats should pack the court — and more

WBZ Midday News

01:13 min | 2 months ago

If Republicans fill Ginsburg's vacancy, Democrats should pack the court — and more

"Democrats in the Senate say that Republicans like Mitch McConnell and Lindsey Graham are violating the Republican precedent, they said in 2016 when they said no Supreme Court vacancy should be filled. In an election year. Devil BBC. Suzanne Songs will caught up with Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey, who agrees with that statement. We are about to engage in historic battle on the floor of the United States, Senate and Marquis says Democrats are ready for it. The Democrats will use any procedural tool, which we have to slow down the nomination way will fight as hard as we can, he says. When Democrats controlled the Senate, they'll abolish the filibuster and add more justices to the Supreme Court. And he doesn't think Republicans understand the electoral consequences of rushing to fill the seat if they violate their own principles, saying that there should be no new Supreme Court justices in an election year in the American people simultaneously see what's at stake. In terms of the laws, which could be overturned by the next Donald Trump nominee whose name were expected to know in the next week. Suzanne Saz Bill W. B Z Boston's news

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Cubs Offense Struggles Downright Ugly, Lester Lacking Confidence

Chicago's GameDay

02:21 min | 2 months ago

Cubs Offense Struggles Downright Ugly, Lester Lacking Confidence

"You brought up Jon Lester and I thought the most interesting thing about this is Jon Lester is I can say Howard asked at this time of the morning. He's a guy that has been through 24 7. Yes, School is ah, Utah. I love talking to him in the clubhouse. And you know, conversation could go on for 10 minutes or 20 minutes or 30 minutes and you walk away thinking boy? That guy knows baseball. I just learned something right? And I was concerned when earlier in the week and after his last starter to heed voiced concerns about his confidence going forward. That's not Jon Lester. We know That's not him. Now He's 36. Obviously, you know, the end is nearing its always nearing for all of us. But as a baseball player, the end is nearing for him. This is his last year with the Cubs under contract. And he wants to perform the best He can, and he's not been happy with what's been going on. But I was watching the Marquis network on the post game last night, and they were breaking down how Lester attacked the Brewers yesterday with his cutter and four seamer. He got 16. Swings and misses 12 of the 16 rounds cutter in his four seamer yesterday, and he was able to do pitch well, do everything he could possibly do to get the Cubs to get a win last night. They just couldn't hit Brandon Woodruff earlier this year. They have better success against. I think he's pitched against only three times. So, but you got to get some hits, but I was happy to see Jon Lester. Now, if I'm Lester, I go in the locker room and listen. I busted my tail to try and keep us in games. Let's go. Let's pick it up. We've got 2.5 a little more than two weeks to go. Let's hold onto this first place position might might question the Cubs fans is 3123323776 people always talk about the window, The windows wide open all the windows closed. And this this feels like you got like a popsicle stick trying to hate hold the window up and that stick is bending right now because of your big guys Don't hit on field talked about it a couple days ago. Apparently, they didn't get the memo or they got it for a day. Right? For one inning. Anyone? Yeah, If you're big guys are going to hit. You can't win in baseball. Nowadays, it's just pitching is only going to get you so far. Even if you're pitching is doing well.

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Ed Markey defeats Joe Kennedy in Massachusetts primary, ending Kennedy family winning streak

The Point with Chris Cillizza

01:52 min | 3 months ago

Ed Markey defeats Joe Kennedy in Massachusetts primary, ending Kennedy family winning streak

"Sure. The big election is November but the election day to watch at least in Massachusetts. This year was the Democratic primary on Tuesday night, which saw congressman Joe Kennedy the third. Yes. That same Kennedy family wage rare intraparty challenge to incumbent Senator Ed Markey. At. First it was a race about generational change and considered Kennedy's to lose. But that changed that generational argument was not as potent here as it has been elsewhere like when now congresswoman Ion Presley pulled off her surprise win in a nearby Boston district just two years ago. Marquis touted his left leaning Boniface including his green new deal sponsorship in the Senate and lockdown a coveted endorsement from congresswoman Alexandra Okay Cortes among other progressive groups plus Marquee Social Media Strategy deployed memes and Tiktok helping to recast the seventy four year old Washington veteran as an extremely online figure popular with younger voters in the end. Marquee delivered a blow. Some are calling the end of. The Kennedy Political Dynasty I'm not sure I agree with that. I very much expect Kennedy to remain in public life and likely run for another office. Again down the line after all, he's only thirty nine but Kennedy's loss on Tuesday was a i. a Kennedy has never before lost in election in Massachusetts. Marquee will now face a Republican this November though the seat is still considered safely. Democrat. So, let's get to the point. It's almost a rarity these days an incumbent, actually fending off a younger primary challenger with a potent last name, but Ed Markey did it. And that is the point four September second twenty

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Markey fends off Kennedy in Massachusetts Senate primary that divided Democrats

TIME's Top Stories

05:58 min | 3 months ago

Markey fends off Kennedy in Massachusetts Senate primary that divided Democrats

"Joe Kennedy. The third loses Democratic Primary Challenge of Massachusetts Senator Edward Markey. By Steve Leblanc for the Associated Press in Boston. US, Senator Edward Markey of Massachusetts defeated. US Representative Joe Kennedy. The third in Tuesday's hard-fought Democratic primary harnessing support from progressive leaders to overcome a challenge from a younger rival. WHO's a member of America's most famous political family. It was the first time. A Kennedy has lost a race for Congress in Massachusetts Marquis. Appeal to voters in the deeply democratic state by positioning himself as aligned with the liberal wing of the party he teamed up with a leading Progressive New York representative Alexandria Cossio. Cortez on the green new deal climate change initiative, and at one point labeled Kennedy quote a progressive in name only that helped Marquis overcome the enduring power of the Kennedy name in Massachusetts. The thirty nine year old congressman sought to cast the seventy four year old marquis as someone out of touch after spending decades in Congress I in the House before moving to the Senate Kennedy said Tuesday night that the results aren't the ones he'd hoped for but pledged to work for Markey's reelection. The senator is a good man. You never heard me say, otherwise Kennedy told supporters at an outdoor rally. Kennedy also suggested that the movement of supporters the campaign pulled together would continue past the current election. We may have lost the final vote count tonight but we built a coalition that will endure. He said I would do this again with all of you in a heartbeat. In, the waning weeks of the campaign Kennedy leaned into his family's long political legacy in Massachusetts his pedigree includes former president John F. Kennedy, former US senator, and US Attorney General Robert F Kennedy, his grandfather, and former US senator Edward Kennedy who held a Senate seat in Massachusetts for nearly half a century until his death in two thousand, nine Marquis countered by leaning into. His own family story growing up in the working class city of Maldon with a father who drove a truck for the Hood Milk Company in one campaign video marquis also paraphrased a famous JFK quote saying we asked what we could do for our country we went out we did it with all due respect. It's time to start asking what your country can do for you. Marquis also found himself on the defensive at times during the campaign with Kennedy. Repeatedly trying to portray him as having a tin ear to Racial Equity Concerns Kennedy Faulted Marquis for his initial opposition to the effort to desegregate the Boston public schools beginning in the nineteen seventies marquis countered by noting that he changed his views on the contentious issue that tour at the fabric of the city he also said, he supported the creation in one thousand. Nine hundred seventy, three of a state Senate seat aimed at helping elect a black senator to the Massachusetts Legislature Kennedy also repeatedly pointed to the father of Dan Roy Dj Henry a young black man from Massachusetts killed by police ten years ago. Henry's father has criticized Marquis saying he failed to help the family seek justice markey said he has apologized to the Henry family and signed a letter seeking a Federal Justice Department investigation into the killing. Marquee also wasn't shy about talking about the Kennedy. Family at one point pressing Kennedy to tell his father former U s representative, Joe Kennedy. The second to stop supporting a Political Action Committee that was running ads against Marquis I'm sure your father is watching right now markey said tell your father right now the you don't want money to go into a super PAC that runs negative ads Kennedy said he had no idea if his father was helping fund the pack late in the race Kennedy also. Landed a major endorsement when Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi formerly backed his candidacy while Marquis who served with Pelosi in the house for decades congratulated Kennedy Pelosi's decision angered some of Markey's younger Progressive Supporters Marquee had earlier won the endorsement of Ocasio Cortez and fellow Massachusetts Democratic US senator. Elizabeth. Warren Ed. Markey wasn't afraid. He offered his expertise and partnership. He wasn't scared of big policy and didn't use kid gloves. It's great to watch him overcome the odds and wind tonight Oh Cossio Cortez tweeted Tuesday night. The Corona virus ended the way both candidates could reach out to voters severely limiting more traditional means of electioneering like knocking on doors, shaking hands or. Big rallies instead, the campaigns were largely waged on line with virtual rallies, virtual endorsements, virtual fundraisers, and virtual roundtable events to discuss issues. Eventually, as Massachusetts began to suppress the virus and emerge from a near lockdown, the candidates began to take their campaigns on the road with appropriate social distancing rules and face masks in tow. The showdown drew criticism from some Democrats nationally who feared it would siphon time and money away from the primary goals of defeating President, Donald Trump and winning back control of the Senate. It also wasn't cheap with both Kennedy and Markey raising millions to pay for campaign staff television, and digital ads and old school campaign flyers. Marking now faces a general election contest where he's considered a strong favourite in a district that has historically elected Democrats hill face the winner of the Republican Primary Kevin O'Connor in November.

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Boston - Markey Defeats Kennedy In Massachusetts’ Senate Primary

AP 24 Hour News

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Boston - Markey Defeats Kennedy In Massachusetts’ Senate Primary

"Reporting Senator Edward Markey beats back a primary challenge from representative Joe Kennedy, the third The Kennedy Dynasty suffered a rare blow in Massachusetts Tuesday as U. S representative Joe Kennedy. The third lost his bid to one seat. US Senator Edward Markey, the 79 year old Marquis was the choice of the liberal wing of the Democratic Party over the 39 year Old Kennedy this campaign. Has always been about the young people of this country. You are our future in November. Marquis, seeking his second full term in the Senate, will be the strong favorite in the general election, where he'll face Republican Kevin

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Ed Markey beats Joe Kennedy III in Massachusetts Senate primary

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

00:22 sec | 3 months ago

Ed Markey beats Joe Kennedy III in Massachusetts Senate primary

"Shockwaves in Massachusetts on Tuesday as a Kennedy loses a Democratic primary in the Bay State for the first time. Joe Kennedy, the third, losing two incumbent Ed Markey in their race for the U. S Senate. I look forward to talking with Congressman Kennedy and working with him to make the lasting meaningful change. And I know that we're both committed to Marquis is favored to win In November,

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Boston - Ed Markey faces Joe Kennedy in Massachusetts primary

WBZ Midday News

01:40 min | 3 months ago

Boston - Ed Markey faces Joe Kennedy in Massachusetts primary

"Day voting underway for hours now Congressman Joe Kennedy looking to unseat long time incumbent Democrat Senator Ed Markey, and a highly watched race, BBC's Karen Regal is with a Kennedy campaign and joins me now live, Karen, I think, How did we watch may be an understatement, Laurie. I mean, I saw this race on CBS this morning. I saw it on the Today show. I'm seeing it on the evening news on CNN and I started in person this morning at the Nelson School outside Worcester. Because all those national networks will not decide this race. The voters here will and you've got Kennedy supporters standing up. The required distance away from the polling place and you've got, you know a slow but steady flow of voters making their way into the Nelson School here in Worcester, where Joe Kennedy was outside asking for their vote. I mean, the polls fluctuated shows that Marquis a headbutt! In the end, it appears to be a fairly tight race. It's a weird thing. Older voters I've talked to here seem to be leaning towards Kennedy. They say they trust the Kennedy family. Younger voters are saying it's They like Ed Markey's progressive politics, So they're sticking to it. The older guy who's been in office for quite a long time. Joe Kennedy is saying he's optimistic. Joe Kennedy is saying he's looking forward to this evening. Joe Kennedy says he's exhausted, but Joe can be also telling me He is confident about the results heading toward the end of this race. I asked him if he could change one thing over the course of the year since he declared, what would it be, he said, But quite frankly, he'd get rid of this pandemic so that everybody would be well and he could. A campaign like a Campaigner should reporting from Worcester. Karen Regal W B, The Boston News radio. All right,

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A Kennedy is on the ballot in Massachusetts. Here's why he's not guaranteed a victory.

Erin Burnett OutFront

03:47 min | 3 months ago

A Kennedy is on the ballot in Massachusetts. Here's why he's not guaranteed a victory.

"And out front up next we're. Just. From one of the most closely watched primaries this year a young Kennedy on the ballot in Massachusetts but can he unseat a seventy four year old incumbent? Because it's about ideas I am the youngest guy. In. This race. Tonight and the fight for twenty twenty a usual dynamic emerging Massachusetts ahead of tomorrow's Democratic Senate primary. The incumbent in his seventies was support from progressives, his challenger young and Kennedy Manu. Raju is out front. The Hiroshima Political Dynasty the grandson of the leap Robert F Kennedy campaigning to serve in the Senate like his famous great uncles and grandfather before him the. Certainly. I think you're doing great job. Hello. The candidate he's right there. For Life Magazine. Thirty nine year old Joe. Kennedy is facing something unexpected. Seventy four year old senator who has been in Congress for almost forty four years. Has Managed to galvanize support of young voters. Ahead of Tuesday's Massachusetts Senate primary I think that a lot of young people that are our age at least. From from our town have been similarly really inspired by Ed Markey polls show Senator Ed Markey as the favourite threatening to make the four term. The first Kennedy to lose a race in Massachusetts unlike other primaries this year were democratic incumbents have been ousted by liberal newcomers. Marquis has managed to turn that dynamic on its head because it's about ideas. I am the youngest guy. In this race Alexandria, it's been murky seizing the mantle of the insurgent, touting his support of liberal causes at the green new deal and endorsement of the progressive firebrand. Alexandria Cossio Cortes such the green new deal that I introduced Alexandria Cossio. Healthcare justice is on the ballot. That's Medicare for all that I next the Bernie. Sanders. When he introduced it yet, it's been Kennedy with the badging of the party establishment leader Speaker Nancy Pelosi Allies have been frustrated that marquee has not been held to account for full record over four decades like his backing of the Iraq war in two thousand and two the NAFTA deal in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, three, his position on racial issues like school desegregation dating back to the nineteen seventies progressive willing to look those hurdles that's up to a progressive movement. Out. I think an awful lot of folks in many parts of Massachusetts have a different view of that records and what that means to our communities after going door to door in working class Boston neighbors weekend. Kennedy. Accused Marquis of abandoning the state. He's been less time in the state than anybody else delegation in an interview with CNN Marquis fired back there is. No real record of Congressman Kennedy in his eight years leading on issues of of generational change in Washington Kennedy has waited until late in the campaign to stress that it's his family I. Guess It's a fighting. His blood wants to continue in the Senate tried to be really clear that it's GonNa Balance It's not my father, my grandfather brothers or anybody else and. You vote for me you're going to get now Kennedy does pull off an upset on Tuesday night it could be thanks in part to the fact that he is allies have spent more on television advertising than Markey and his allies roughly two million dollars more. But if he loses what Kennedy will do next still an open question we posed that question to him he didn't want to entertain it and said, he looks forward to running through the finish line and celebrating on Tuesday night.

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Boston - Sen. Ed Markey, Rep. Joe Kennedy III making final push ahead of Tuesday's Senate primary

WBZ Morning News

01:12 min | 3 months ago

Boston - Sen. Ed Markey, Rep. Joe Kennedy III making final push ahead of Tuesday's Senate primary

"To go to Massachusetts primary election and likely the most hotly contested race is the race for the Senate seat held by Incumbent Senator Ed Markey. Congressman Joe Kennedy campaigning hard to unseat him. Davies's Mike Macklin, caught up with Marquis, campaigning yesterday in Dorchester wouldn't want you to fight with Wei will stand Coalition of African American ministers endorses Senator Ed Markey and Dorchester as Marquis campaigns in the closing days of a hotly contested race for re election. Facing the challenge of Congressman Joe Kennedy were giving it everything we have all the way up until eight o'clock on Tuesday night. I'm all gas, no brakes. The response I'm getting. It's just absolutely overwhelmingly positive. Uh, and our job now is just to make sure that we get out the vote Marquis courting the state's minority communities in a year, when race has surfaced as an overarching issue. The Corona virus did not create the disparities way see now in employment and education and health care and housing. But the pandemic has laid bare that it would be immoral if we did not take bold action now to end these injustices in

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Los Angeles City Council Unanimously Votes To Establish Juneteenth As Official City Holiday

All Things Considered

00:33 sec | 3 months ago

Los Angeles City Council Unanimously Votes To Establish Juneteenth As Official City Holiday

"City Council has voted to initiate the process of making Juneteenth, an official city holiday. To celebrate the end of slavery in the United States. Juneteenth is the commemoration of the end of slavery specifically on June 1918 65 in Texas, two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was issued. Councilman current price for Westen and Grand Marquis Harris Dawson filed the initial motion to have the city holiday established, Price said recent demonstrations to demand racial equity and justice heightened his desire to commemorate, celebrate and acknowledge the historical significance of June 18th.

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Pelosi endorses Kennedy over Markey in US Senate primary

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Pelosi endorses Kennedy over Markey in US Senate primary

"Democratic congressman Joe Kennedy the third gets the support of the house speaker in his democratic primary against current senator Edward Markey house speaker Nancy Pelosi has endorsed democratic representative Joe Kennedy the third in his bid to oust the senator Edward Markey in the Massachusetts democratic primary by embracing the young challenger pelo see sides with the congressional upstart against one of Washington's old guard both contenders are among Congress's more Liberal Democrats but Kennedy who's thirty nine has been in the house since only twenty thirteen marquis who's seventy three has served in Congress since nineteen seventy five moving from the house to the Senate in twenty thirteen shortly after Washington

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Dallas - Mesquite Police Looking For Driver Who Intentionally Struck Pedestrian In Intersection

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Dallas - Mesquite Police Looking For Driver Who Intentionally Struck Pedestrian In Intersection

"In Mesquite trying to track down the driver and a hit and run incidents, a person walking near the intersection of Samuel Boulevard and Town East Boulevard in Mesquite. Was hit by a car Tuesday afternoon. Police say the driver intentionally hit the pedestrian before fleeing the scene. Witnesses and surveillance video from the intersection show a woman driving up Mercury Grand Marquis and police hope someone will recognize the car. Most of the sedans body is silver, but the front end is dark blue. The car had no hubcaps and paper tags. Police are asking anyone with information to call the Crime Stoppers hotline and say the driver will likely be charged with aggravated

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Police Looking For Driver Who Intentionally Struck Pedestrian In Intersection In Mesquite, Dallas

Our American Stories with Lee Habeeb

00:37 sec | 3 months ago

Police Looking For Driver Who Intentionally Struck Pedestrian In Intersection In Mesquite, Dallas

"Are looking for the driver of a car that ran down a pedestrian on town East Boulevard earlier this week, We say a woman driving a mercury Grand Marquis hit a pedestrian on purpose. At the intersection of Samuel Boulevard in town East Boulevard on Tuesday and then drove off. They have surveillance camera pictures of the vehicle and hope that someone will recognize it. It's a silver sedan, but the front end is dark blue. All of the hubcaps were missing and the vehicle had paper license plates. Mesquite police intend to file aggravated assault charges against the driver. They're asking anyone with information about the case to call the crime Stoppers Hotline. Steven

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"marquis" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"marquis" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Marquis Schaefer and San Jose, where Santa Clara County supervisors will consider extending an eviction moratorium. Let's get caught up on traffic this morning and say Good morning. Kim wonder Li Kim is in our local Honda Dealers Traffic center. Kim? Yeah, John, we still have Ah, little bit of a hangover effect trying to get out of the Central Valley Big accident, which has been cleared on westbound to 05 near Mountain House Parkway. Has the back of all the way to nag Lee. So that's pretty rough. And then there's more slow traffic ahead a little bit of a break as you make your way onto 5 80 itself, but it stays slow as you head up to the top of the hill at North Flynn. We're also looking at delays over the Waldo grade. That's fairly typical. It's the roadwork that's being picked up. So South found one a one. We're seeing the brake lights from Marin City to about Spencer, and it's also Very foggy on the great once again this morning as you make your way to the Golden Gate Bridge Lookout for some debris in Fremont. This is north Bound, 80 just south of Thornton. There's talking about debris scattered across various lanes of traffic. And aside from had an accident as you come down through the polio side of the world, says the Tennessee Street on Ramp to westbound Interstate 80 was a big rig accident that looks like it has recently been cleared off to the side. You're next update 5 18 on the traffic leader, KCBS. All right, you very forecast. Heavy coastal on bay Fog will continue Most of the morning will see that bay Fog lift late morning, but stay at the coast sixties to the upper eighties. Today, traffic and weather together on the eights on KCBS with the new iPhone SC for less than 100 bucks at Metro, you rule. It's the most affordable eyes phone on the number one Brandon Prepaid,.

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"marquis" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:52 min | 5 months ago

"marquis" Discussed on KCBS All News

"KCBS Marquis Schaefer. Seniors should not be going shopping for non essentials. The sign is should be make that very clear. Time for traffic Update this morning, five away that KCBS traffic and weather together and from your local haunted dealers Traffic center. Good morning, Kim Wanderley. Hey, Good morning to you, John. It's pretty quiet out there. We do see that they're picking up the cones in Marin County. This is the roadwork. That's South bound. 101 as you make your way toward the Golden Gate Bridge, So the heavy spot is just south of Marine City out to about Spencer while between Rodeo and Spencer so you'll find brake lights there as they pick up those cones heading toward the Golden Gate Bridge eventually. We see the usual heavy traffic over the Altamont Pass. Still, not about a collision camp sees it actually a little heavier than normal because 205 is backed up beyond 11 street. Almost 10 agli. It's a slow traffic out to the merge onto 5 80 If that gradually picks up a little bit beyond Grant Line Road as you make your way up to the top of the hill. They're still reporting this gravel in the roadway. Victor was reporting this on south bound to 80 Cupertino. As you make your way onto north bound 85. That connector ramp so CHP on the way to take a look. See if they need a sweeper out there. Just be careful. Otherwise looks like a fairly quiet morning. Don't see any delays at the Bay Bridge Toll Plaza. You look great so far on Interstate 80 coming down from the car, Kenya's Bridge all the way down through Berkeley into the MacArthur maze. Next update 5 18 on the traffic. KCBS area weather Nice. They had just some patchy fog of the coast, mid sixties beaches, seventies and eighties around the bay Today to the upper eighties and low nineties in the inland valleys slightly cooler tomorrow. Traffic and weather together on the eights on KCBS switch to Sprint and get our best unlimited deal ever four lines of unlimited for just $100 a month. Plus, we're including four amazing iPhone 11.

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"marquis" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:54 min | 5 months ago

"marquis" Discussed on WTVN

"Marquis health was taken to a local hospital but later died four other victims took themselves to a local hospital or for all four expected to recover pale step this Columbus is fifty sixth homicide of twenty twenty Seattle mayor Jenny Durkan moving to dismantle the city's autonomous SPD will be returning to the east precinct we will do it peacefully in the near future mayor made the comments after multiple weekend shootings near the capitol hill protest zone that included the death of a nineteen year old she said community resources are in place to de escalate the area and move people to services people lined up waiting for hours outside a church in Atlanta Monday to pay their respects to the family for sure Brooks his funeral is today today at Ebenezer Baptist church congregation where Martin Luther king junior once served as pastor a funeral service will be held for ray shard Brooks the black man who was shot and killed eleven days ago by an Atlanta police officer that incident began as an attempt to D. U. I. arrest with Brooks then fighting back against the two arresting officers grabbing one of their tasers and then as he was attempting to flee appearing to point that taser he was shot in the back twice and died at the scene cover off ABC news Atlanta police were called in to clear protesters Monday evening near the White House amid a failed attempt to tear down a statue of president Andrew Jackson police center Lafayette square with pepper spray reportedly used to clear the crowd president trump tweeted about numerous arrests somebody called disgraceful vandalism of the magnificent statue of Andrew Jackson the president focusing on his reelection race today the the president leaves for the battleground state of Arizona this morning traveling first to Yuma to survey the border wall with Mexico hole then head to Phoenix to speak at the students for trump convention this will be the president's third trip to Arizona during this election year reflecting its importance in the November election and early June poll from fox news had the president trailing former vice president Joe Biden in Arizona by four points that's a turnaround from twenty sixteen when president trump won the Grand Canyon state by three and a half percentage points winning its eleven electoral votes in Washington John decker fox news radio six ten WTVN sports baseball player said no one in the latest owner's proposal bought baseball still could be on the way commissioner rob Manfred using his power to implement a schedule probably sixty games with players doing camp July first players have till five tonight to sign off on it Ryan Blaney in a photo finish needs Ricky Stenhouse to win the guy calls five hundred at Talladega meanwhile drivers pre race showing support for Bubba Wallace pushing his car to the front of the starting grid and Columbus will not be OB city for NHL playoff games league informing the jackets yesterday CBJ reporter airports lined the athletic discusses withdrawal this morning at seven away from the central Iowa dealer support staff medical use radios extend WTVN I'm Scott Jennings stay connected the Columbus in central Ohio on the hour thirty minutes past.

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"marquis" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

04:22 min | 8 months ago

"marquis" Discussed on WRVA

"Fill in from marquis will be back tomorrow so don't you don't get the sweats he will be back Hey we just filled out a couple times a year I was a fan of bar for a long time to fill it in autumn's and fill in form is a is an interesting experience I get marked patrol myself you know it Mr producer Alyssa that mark on his podcast tomorrow because that guy in there get marked out as you totally forgot you know comes out here to the church you don't have to get a nice laugh I I listen I get out the call number so I'll do it I should take a call for the right thing to do let's go to Pat Colorado's been holding for ends thanks Pat for holding really appreciate it what do you got for us than the marble benches Hey dad you're a breath of fresh air I really have been you're a motivator and definitely lifted me up about a hundred feet tonight thanks so much thanks patents from east nice you say that I really appreciate that I just want to say that you know I'm a small business owner I'm in a small town you know will be affected does matter for big cities small towns everywhere the book but there's one thing that I don't think I've heard too much you know the fact that the economy was so strong it was so confident right before this thing hit I mean in our small town you know you had all the work you needed you know I'm saying things were really good yeah we had unemployment was low I you know it's interesting about the show the other day I they did an NFIB national federation of business and they did a survey right before this broke in the beginning of March early late February before the whole shutdown started and the biggest problem pattern one of the biggest problems precision matters that businesses said they were having was finding enough skilled workers for their jobs I mean I I think that's why this is so devastating to people it's just it was the flip of a switch where lives changed you know overnight I mean I I just a few weeks ago you know I I my daughter drives I just bought a car and an end to these Paul these businesses in my neighborhood were packed in there now the role ghost towns I mean it's just gotta be devastating I will if you don't have to but if you don't mind me asking what what do you what do you do in your business if you if you don't mind I'm a I'm a general contractor I also do some do some commercial real estate the mostly I build things with my hands I know what it means to roll my sleeves up thank you and god bless you for doing it IBM gosh I have people like you however I think that Pat listen I am not trying to put a silver lining or lipstick on a pig this is a crap situation we've all been forced to eat but my gosh people like you have built this place and if there's ever been a wake up call in American history where we have seen how useless a lot of the academical leads the modelers these Hollywood folks singers were singing what John wanted songs on Twitter why people like you build stuff there's never been a part of my life which become more transparent how valuable people like you are and believe me that's not hyperbole well that is it me put a shine on you because I've never even met you I just know growing up in a family of labor's electricity for a brother and a plumber for a father that athletes say that not to wind down Pat there's a line in this movie seven days in Entebbe it's one of my favorite movies some not people like that some then it's about a true to life hostage situation and these dopey socialist hostage taker loser revolutionaries they take this plane hostage many you're familiar with the story and the pilot of the plane they land in Entebbe and the toy the balls don't work where they're keeping the hostages so the pilot is the only one who knows how to fix the plumbing and this loser snotty wearing German so called revolutions look it over with A. K. forty seven while he's fixing the toilet bowl and the pilot stop it and we discussed like I look up at some of the the leads right now and he says you know what I'll take a thousand revolutionaries one plumber and you know what Pat I'll take one path for thousand members of the media thanks for everything you do but unfortunately I got a run in sorry to me to talk over your phone call there but.

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"marquis" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:47 min | 10 months ago

"marquis" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The marquis Bucks broke a franchise record on Tuesday night with their win adviser forum was it for eight most franchise wins before the all star break the most points scored in a half or see most points scored in the game that is correct one for one let's go to question number two on Wednesdays segment of the C. rule the world which is eleven thirty five every Wednesday one of my favorite parts of the week which one of these three topics were not mentioned during my segments was it a meteorologist be the Jerry states or see Oscar Mayer Wienermobile yes my that is incorrect you are one on one the correct answer was meteorologists I did mention it on the show but not during that segment that's a tough one number three Larry ready for number three yeah all right the Senate impeachment trial the big news in Washington DC continues this week in Congress how many votes would it take for the president's to be removed from office eight fifty one the fifty six four C. sixty seven seven that is correct choose one question number four go to the world of basketball tragic death on Sunday Lakers legend Kobe Bryant's for the ideas suggested for a tribute to him was to use his likeness in an updated official local for the NBA that local currently features the cell so one of another retired can be a start is it a Bob Cousy be Jerry west or see a bill Russell Jerry west that is correct I believe that makes you three.

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"marquis" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast

The 8123 Podcast

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"marquis" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast

"Is directly tied to what you do. I I don't I don't think that a lot of people you know. It's a hard thing to relate to unless you have that and finding balance and figuring out the family stuff. There's a huge challenge. Yeah it is. It's hard for me to sure I mean I remember you saying something along the lines of like you were Wanting to only work with bands you actually enjoyed. I think maybe it was a couple. Here's something where you're kind of like drying of a line in the sand of like you know be because it is so consuming and b because it does has sacrificed things in your in your personal if you are going to do it you have to have that extra factor of in totally. Yeah did did that come from kind of being burnt out and and being hard to work hard for an artists that you just couldn't couldn't get behind her again like to try to make an analogy between what I do what you guys do. It's almost like when you're on record. Kurd one or record to you just WanNa be successful. They will tell you to do this. And you're like okay. Great Point us in the right direction. And we'll we'll do that totally and the more the later your career gets. You're like you just get more. You get more of a back bone about your own instinct. And what's going to drive you and motivate you to support art and get on stage and be proud of it and play it every day and you start thinking like like this didn't work like on on our first or second record like we were told to make these songs with these people and like some people like him and that's cool but like we're not really proud we don't look back on that fondly as an agent. You have the same same thing you know early in your career. You're like I should sign these guys. I don't even really know if I like the music but like everybody's telling me they're going to be big unlike some tickets here or there like I should do this and then it more way more often than not it doesn't work totally and then you're like But for me like one of the and I think that again I think that this is in some ways defined by our relationship as as you know in a professional sense but like I am just not somebody that gives up. I don't WanNa ever give up on things like I feel like loyalty realty when you sit with the ban and talk about wanting to work together. Like artists are sensitive people and like you're telling showing them I'm going to be there through thick and thin like that means a lot. Oh totally it means something to me to say that. So when when you're when you're when you're when you're doing that with artists that you don't actually you're not sure where it's going to go and if you believe in it the moment things look grim. It's it's deeply questioning about why you're doing it because you don't want to quit because you made a commitment to these people on a personal level you just don't want to be that a person I mean there's plenty of agents are agents at every company in the business that chase dollars and they chase stuff. That's doing well and they try right a run it up and then the moment it takes turn they step out of the room and they're good. Atl never be me. I don't I don't that's not fulfilling to me like billing to me is like sticking with artists you believe in through like peaks and valleys and coming out on the other side and celebrating big moments. Because there's like a decade eight of history between people like money comes and goes but that's awesome that's the feeling you're chasing by getting into the business and there. It definitely was a point in my career where I like was doing the former and chasing what I thought might be popular at the time. I think it was. It was honestly like you know. Sort of this era of like the second or third wave of liked to thousands mo where things got more and more like watered down and weren't as good but it was like it was just so big that every like I was in it and then I think I hit this point like and it's probably what you're talking about. We're one day I was like I. Just don't I'm I'm not inspired by this scene at all anymore. I'm not going to do good work for the main if I have three or four. Like watered watered down shittier versions of that. I don't WanNa do that. I want signed bands like that anymore. I want sign stuff I love and if it's totally different that's okay like my brain works in a way where can passionately work on the main and then work on something that has no musical. Sit like we're not in the same world you can use use things that like works over there that no one over here is doing and like totally frost. That and that's it's so funny it's like all the other you you know. There's so many people at my company that work in like hip hop space or just like different types of music and they all look at me as sort of like like the encyclopedia when it comes to like just like really like basic not basic stuff but like like how do you deal with like meet and greets and who gets it. Cut The line you know all all these like technicalities with like shows that Kinda were like the IMO world was so focused on like meet and greets and you know just like all the all these like like turning every aspect into way to make money off honestly. Yeah I mean the hip Hop World L. D.. So poppin right. Now it's fucking huge but there's a lot of people who don't have those technical skills. They don't know how to do that. Part of the artists artists. Like don't even up until recently like wouldn't with merch they don't even own Ya fucking crazy billions of dollars. I can't I can't tell you. How many agents agents like in whether it's my company or outside of my company or whatever like an unfortunately some of these agents? I've actually talked talked about it. And they don't care they're just like I don't earn like they don't pay attention to the mercury they don't care they would rather ask for a little bit more money than negotiate eight the march rate and like or. They don't even look at it they just don't know you know it's just not a part of their job because they didn't come not like when I was coming up it was like taking back. Sunday is doing crazy. MERCH numbers like they're like going through this explosive period where every kid it is buying merge and that money like if the venues taking fifteen or twenty percent. It's a huge difference that's really meaningful. And like you know I think as as the music market becomes more and more crowded and there's just more for everybody there's more agents and a lot of people just don't think it's worth their our time to be going into some of those details you know but it makes a big difference like for me. I just think it's like that's part of the job. I I think another part that maybe bands don't think about that much as your. Your reputation is on the line every time that you have a horrible reputation. Make no mistake about that for a other reasons but you know like if if a ban wants to play a room that they shouldn't be in order to take a deal that they aren't going to make good on bands. Don't think about that much that then that affects your business with the next artists that you try to bring to that like promoter. I is that ever. Yeah I think as an agent I have a stronger voice with artists and managers about what I think is the right decision and I I work hard to be listened to and I like working with people that have mentality of like. You're the expert so we trust you but don't fuck it up and I think that's usually it's like okay if I don't fuck it up these people are GonNa listen to me and let me take the lead with these decisions you know. But you're right. I mean it sucks working with somebody who's like no I don't i. This is what I WANNA do and go do that for me. That's not in. That's not usually that doesn't last fast. And I. I try to try to sniff people like that out early in a relationship and not either try to change it and try to have like a real hard conversation early about about it or if you can't work with them yeah yeah Yeah I think for our fans who'd it'd be interesting maybe to hear some of the interesting things about us in particular you know compared to other other bands there any one thing in particular that it is different about working with US and other other other artists. I think that you guys are way more connected to your audience and to all the little decisions that happen found along the way then most of the bands that I work with and I actually liked that I feel like keeps me on my toes. Like when we do a call about routing. And you're like you know. Hey we had a better show in buffalo than Rochester. Last time we should play buffalo and then we can have a healthy debate about whether it's smart to play the same city or play the other city because maybe we want to. You know go to the other decisions like that. I think that you guys are are really focused on it and I I can tell that it's your life and I can also tell that you guys are you know I. I feel like you reached you know you. You referenced a couple times this at this point where you know this this becoming a headliner thing and becoming comfortable with that. I think I felt that on my end. You know I think like when you Kinda sh shed a little bit of the envy or the grass is always greener and just like focus on. How do we be the best that we can possibly be? I think that you guys have that. You've really embrace that and it's awesome to be a part of it because it feels a little bit more like a family where everyone's on the same page. I say this to my wife sometimes and stuff. Like my job's fucking hard. I go to a lot of shows but like I really enjoy facing the main. There's no like there's no I don't feel like I have to put on a show. You know. I feel like a lot of people with their agent. Expect Act you know Ari gold to roll up a and first of all much more handsome so mine but Seriously seriously it's like I feel a little more at ease because like everybody's like it's just there's more togetherness and I can feel that with you guys as people bowl too you know in a lot of the ways you carry yourself like. I don't feel like you're constantly adjusting. How you're presenting yourself to Mott some sort of women that's out? There are some trend. It's like you're very authentically focused on being the main you know and and that to me is awesome because it just shows that you're going to be around for a really long time you know. That's that's the goal. I think I think that's really what the focus is shifted to. I mean I think it's been there though you know the the whole time but ah we've we've really been able to like dial in with eight hundred twenty three fast and all all. All the touring is just. I think you're more innovative to just to okay. I think I think a Lotta artists especially ten. Plus years into their career are just more and more look outward. Instead of look inward I think you guys are are Much better.

"marquis" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast

The 8123 Podcast

13:28 min | 1 year ago

"marquis" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast

"A portion of the audience that thinks they're too cool to be there tota in La has that it's brutal yeah. New York has that L. A.. Might have the the Mo- worse cross arms in the back standing there. I get had it because I can be like that a show but yeah I mean like people in those markets are going to shows all the time yeah in Chicago. It's just this energy of Lega. It's just a great city. Eighty totally rates agree. How do you? How do you deal with the With us as as well as other artists ask the I think probably one of the hardest parts of your job is managing the expectations of bands. And you you know the everybody wants to grow. Everybody wants to always or beyond this support tour beyond this you know and do do all these things that everybody wants. So of course the odds of getting on the biggest arena tour is very low because every every your band would want that or you know. Everybody's like why isn't our next tour bigger than the last one. Or how have you kind of worked that out how to manage expectations from the start when you're working with artists or as a as a as a as it goes along because you know I mean there's certainly been times were we. Are you know in the past have been like like frustrated with our selves. Even of just like I like. What do we do to get through to serve? Yeah wh what do we do to take the next level and I think that that's a first of all that's a fucking great question because it that's like to to be to be real with you an in in my perspective. I think that's what separates the people who are great as managers or agents or label people or whatever from the people that are good. Because it's real it's hard you know I think early in your career. You just want to say what People WanNa hear told his. It's like being an agent at in. The rust form is two things it's like. It's a service job. You're you're you're a service for an artist. So you're you're you're looking to please right and then the other side of it is like it's a sales job like I'm out there selling the main or any other artists to promoters festivals or getting people to to buy in to what we're selling. Yeah right so you get so so you become real like you know. Tim Probably have a field day if we asked him to answer. How how I am like you get sales sales over time right but the the to to answer the question I think lake? I think you have to be super honest and direct when and you're delivering news. That isn't what somebody wants to hear like. Don't sugar coated totally now. Like like like like if you guys were to come to me and say. Hey Hey look can you please get us on the mix on the next coldplay tour. Like what I'm going to say is like it's not gonNA happen. straight straight away. Like tell you why but like it's not. It's not worth our time to talk about that. Yeah like let's focus on being the biggest version version of what we can be and let's be that to our audience and over time we'll figure out ways to open up new doors and stuff and then the other part of it is like when and you have to when you have to manage expectation or something put it in context. That shows where you're headed. You know like like if somebody asked what can we do this. And if the answer is real is either we can't or it's not smart do it. Show them the the road that we can and should take and get them get an artist or whatever to be excited about that and then execute that so it's not like you're just saying no it's like you're you're saying thing. This is a better path or this more achievable path. That's going to take us to a better place right. I mean I remember having a conversation with you you probably five or six years ago when we were probably in a phase of feeling like what do we do next and yeah you know I I think thank you you did say had had like you guys are a headlining band. which is like at that? Time probably was a hard thing to hear because it feels like well. Yeah we have been headlining. Yeah you know we we. We want outside opportunity in sherline things and I mean the the other side of not not it off off at all but the other side of of maintaining expectation and stuff is to try to overdeliver when you can you know. Don't don't go make promises or talk about stuff and then not be able to deliver it. That's frustrating strating as an artist. I think it's better to have your expectations limited but then every now and then be surprised by something that maybe you didn't expect. I feel like total that gives confidence like oh like the people who work for me like they have the same goals I do and I can trust that. They're going after them whether or not. I'm asking them to do it because every now and then they come with something. That's a nice surprise that shows that they are out there advocating for us. I think if it's a constant like oh we're going to go oh heart after that now. It's totally that's that's doable. We can get that and then you're like. Hey so you know what happened. What happened with with law PALOOZA? And it's like I I you know and and you don't. You don't really have an answer like I think that that's incredibly frustrating to only yeah. It's yeah it's one of those things things I think at least for us as as bad. We've you know gain confidence in what we do in how we do things You know so. We don't need to always be chasing you know and and can can find this nice balance of being content tant but also wanting more at the same time but not not I think ab before you know it it. It's easy to getting ahead. Space of you know you just want one and then it makes you not focus on what's right in front of you and what's important and I think I I think that just is if you're you know I talk about this fairly often. I don't have any pro I like and I mean like don't take this as an invitation like I don't I don't have any like issue with artists being ambitious and asking hard questions and and wanting more than what they have like. There's some part of me that's like if you're working with an artist who doesn't give a shit who isn't asking to be bigger and wanting more opportunities is like are they really in it are they. Do they see this the way that I see it as a career and like because like they should be asking those questions like I want us to. ESPN together and to be on the same page but you know if you have an artist. That's just like content. That's not inspiring you. You know like just just to be honest. Yeah and Howdy. How you think you've developed like the I don't know if it's thick skin is the right word but the ability to you know if a tour isn't isn't doing well at a certain time a show ashore to be able to not just get caught you know so many people and we have people come up and talk to some you know after shows or other other bands and things? It's always like this one thing isn't doing good for for me. And that's all they can focus on when they'd be much better off continuing to move the ball. You know like like forward is it. Is it ever hard to or was. was there a time where you were kind of just ascott focusing on shit. This isn't going well and just freaking out as as opposed to just kind of can continuing on the path and entrusting that it was going to work out at some point. That's a complex x question I think that I think that you learn over time. That the the importance of doing the job right to avoid putting yourself in a difficult situation later and you learn the hard way and you fall on your face sometimes times or overly ambitious or book something the wrong way. You're drinking your own Kool aid and all of a sudden you're like oh this is going to go and let's do all this big shit and then it doesn't work and it's incredibly complicated hard and that's how relationships with artists end and that's artists careers end. If they take these like really wrong steps that affect audience you know But at the same time like when it comes to like sales or things with shows that are great or okay or whatever I I think that you know us as the people on the inside are really focused on that information when the audience and the fans are really not like like. I think that I think it's a distraction. A lot of the time and I think indulging it and trying to like try to fix things that are really out of your control is just GonNa drive you crazy and I think that for for me personally personally in my own life you know. It's a hard job really stressful. You wear that and the years pile up and you do have really long in time and if you if you let those stresses like eat away you it it's tough. It's tough to go in and be motivated evaded and all the time and you have to be. That's what Pe- that's what people have you there for. You're supposed to be this kind of like like warrior just goes into battling fighting in no matter. What all the time? And like if you're agent isn't that then they're not doing it right you know so. I don't know if that fully answered the question. I mean. There was definitely times when we were like. I'm thinking after forever Halloween That was kind of a there was a tour on there. That was like a big bummer for us. And that's I think that was the time when you were like. Yeah you guys are headlining band. And that's when we were kind of CO bill and with a ban and it was It wasn't going well and they're you're like like that you really Kinda the strong head in. That'd be like no you guys are this and we kinda put her head down for a little while unlike realize that we are that band we are the the headlining kind of like we like to do it. Our way in Yes Oh like you've definitely been that for us hundred percent thank you. You guys have been you know you you work with a ton of different artists You know to talk to that thing about being motivated and coming up with ideas and reinventing yourselves and just not getting lazy as an artist. I mean you guys are like one of the fucking best. There's always new ideas. There's there's there's a there's a your tireless in that sense like even even doing this podcast. It's like you know like stuff like that is like super meaningful and interesting and I personally appreciate. It was when you're or an agent and you work with all kinds of different artists like I am trying everyday and again the Tim's good reference point for this but like it's hard hard not to burn out right and just be like all right. I have expired all my energy and I just need to go through the motions for a little bit. That's not what I can't do that. Yeah that's what's hard when you have so many things on your back to. It's not like Jerry. Have the one thing you know and we have other still all around the world you're torn you're making records. It's at a certain point personally. There's got to be struggles where you're like. Oh yeah the hard to keep pouring my heart and soul and Energy and everything about me into to this day after day. It's hard to find in this. You guys do in the in this industry is it's it's hard to find a balance between you know like with me about to have the baby and all these things. It's very hard to find a balance of having a personal life and doing this 'cause like you can get wrapped up in an especially especially when when you you love what you're doing wrapped up in putting every piece of yourself into this job because it doesn't feel like a job because this. This is my hobby too. I mean my my job is not that dissimilar to you guys in the sense that it's all consuming if you do what I do and it isn't your lifestyle. Yeah it's basically everything you do outside of your family and your living and breathing it day in day like you almost become sort of who you are.

"marquis" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast

The 8123 Podcast

10:46 min | 1 year ago

"marquis" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast

"Yeah they don't want to sign fine anything. These same guys would be like Stan Livingstone. Just please return the contract. You know it would be like you know. Of course they would say what yeah. I would say. They'd be like the show's happening. What do you need to contract for Mike? I know like just please send it back. I agree but in that case just to you. Don't have to call you anymore. There was a lot of that chasing everything and like one of our first offices. We had this like wall with all Manila envelopes that had every bands named tacked to the wall. And that's how we kept track of all our records. If a contract came in we go to their envelope take out there and like right on in Penn contract received deposit received and then put it back in that folder. Wholly different time? Different time completely. Yeah I mean we yeah. That's not even close post anything weird. 'CAUSE berth beginning. We're like the beginning of the Internet stuff. I mean the process is totally different. Now now it's like the I book a show and then people are like hey is did the deposit come in for this. I'm like I don't know I'd have to ask like one of our admin people. It's kind of a bummer. Because I'm like man like not really that connected to like these Morton details of what's happening. It's just streamline. Yeah but you think that's because of the level. Oh you're at now or yes everything just different. It's it's not that dissimilar from being in a ban when you start in a ban your you know pat. You're probably when the main started like breaking down your drums and figuring out. How can I fit these into like a regular sedan? Use a Bungee cord to wrap around the trunk to get them to not fall out on the highway and then as the band grows more and more. You're like man I would just like to like relax in a hotel and then chauffeured to the back of the venue and walk onto the stage and perform perfectly setup and tuned drums huge reaction than walk out the back. Then you you and that's it you know it's like it's Kinda like that. Yeah I mean you feel like it's giving you a chance to have a better perspective on things because you can focus on the bigger picture as opposed to having to be so concerned about every tiny little detail like totally. Yeah Yeah 'cause 'cause you know like anything else like time is your asset guts. Oh my time is better spent like doing things that have more consequence. You know as long as you've got systems in place that are not gonna like you guys aren't going to go to a show and like one of the first band one of the biggest it's like. Wow moments of my career in those early days was like there was a ban on our label photofinishing. I don't WANNA say which ban whatever it's embarrassing I booked a show for them but put it on the Tin Ary on the wrong day and they showed up to the luckily the show. It was the next day but they showed up to the venue and call like dude. There's no show here today and I'm like you know it's just like one of those like blood drains out of your face moment like nick. What the venues locked like? There's just literally no one here like there's definitely not a show at this venue tonight you now. We had that happened but there was supposed to be a show I tour so the point being like those things as long as you know you have things that happen that those kind of things. Don't mess up then. I think it's better to focus on the bigger picture. Totally like just like doing more stuff and trying to find more opportunities meeting with people and you know like I guess kind of to give people somewhat of a perspective of exactly what your job is. Now I mean I you know I think like people always are thinking like our fans. If they're asking me about a ticket price about you know all these all these different things. How does how does all all that get decided how? How does the venue that were playing? So you know they're like oh I don't like when you play at exit them venue because it's in a bad part of town. I don't like you know. How do you make those calls for each each artist on? What's what's the right play? What's the what's the the ticket price you know? Because I think that's something that like fans are always you know. I think like at least fans are surprisingly engaged with it. You know like which you kind of think like. Oh the people don't care they just want to come to show it's like they. They know the differences between the the the venues and they know when the ticket is higher. They know all these things which is interesting. You know it's I mean it's a sign that your fans care first of all you've been to these cities for so many the times in so many years that like they do have preferences how I think how you make those decisions is is you know the the the first of all you talk about this sometimes like like bands will change agents and agencies like it happens you know. That's like part of the business but I it's it's so rare that you see that happen and you see the ban grow after you're a change like that it it does happen but it's it's when you work with an artist from the very start you have a and you're good at the job least competent at the job. You have this like incredibly layered wealth of knowledge that all factors in tuning history where you played. They'd before you develop a ticket price thing you get to learn and understand audience and what they're looking for and what the sales patterns are and you know you just have memories like Oh like you know it's like I can think of other bands and stuff but like like if you just get slapped a pile. Hi of information and you're like oh well the last time. This is a specific example. I'm citing but it wasn't you guys but you're like you know go to book show in L. A.. And the person's like well last time you only did had three hundred people here so like I don't have good offer for you like you know as an agent you remember you like that show was actually on the night. Obama Obama got elected. We booked it seven months in advance and like we just had no clue like like I guess. If we had focused harder we would have realized that it was an election night but at the same time that not that it was of that much consequence or that big of a deal or whatever because that was like that year was kind of like the. I like time at least in my career. were an election or something political like that felt like it was pop culture moment that people were rearranging being there. Live to be around. Yeah I feel like every ban. Has All of those. Like Easter eggs littered all over their career. That help make those decisions. Like ticket ticket prices. And what venues you play and stuff like I guess the the I think we've gone against the grain a little on the main thing. I think the normal thing to do as a band gets more experienced and later in their career. is you start to chase the money a little bit and if there's somebody across astound that has the less desirable. Then you but is willing to pay more because of that really or whatever it's cheaper rents in a shittier part of town. Whatever like a lot of bands will they will? It's tough. It's a tough career. It's tough to sustain. We want to go that direction and I think that it's it's well short term. You might make less money. It's smarter as a ban to do the opposite and thank like you know what the Maine's fans are not seventeen anymore. A lot of them are twenty five or or or whatever and like they want to be in a nice venue where they're actually like they're looking forward to going in. This space is pleasant enough in the sound is good. And there's a decent place to stand end and all that kind of stuff and and you almost go against it like I feel like for for us. We've been trying to play nicer rooms. You know like you look at Webster last night. It's like that's a great room certainly could have booked you somewhere else and make more money but it would. It would have not been as good of an experience. I think is an artist. You start to care more about that too you want. You want to feel like the show. You're presenting isn't hindered by a shitty physical space. I just playing a show. You can totally tell like if you're playing somewhere and it feels good and like it doesn't have to be the nicest venue but there's something about a room that can totally affect the show and make a just way better experience like I'm just thinking like Chicago like Playing House of Blues compared to some of the other places as we played there. It's like that's always going to be good show no matter what and I think the people. I'm going to the show. No that yeah. It's it's really a delicate balance. That'd let's be honest like like especially with the band like you guys because like you're you're just a mainstay in some of these clubs where you always do consistent business assuming an all you know like not to guess you up like every then you would be happy to to have the main and it becomes this thing where it's like thank you WanNa like the house. Chicago's a great reference right. It's like House of Blues is always good. We always know. The show's going to be good. Then that room is really nice. Yeah but then. There's there's this bird on the other shoulder saying one out of every three four times like maybe we change it up just for the sake of like people don't WanNa think we're boring during routine we know for sure doing two nights at the bottom lounge couple couple years. We did the Metro at some point to know totally. But and it's like having a feel for that kind of stuff. Yeah I just it just gets lost if you don't if you're not thoughtful about it for sure we're thinking about when it's like Hi It's been three times in a row house. Let's do an underplay. And that's that's only did Lincoln Hall on time or whatever. Yeah and that was yeah totally awesome awesome show that maybe Chicago's just great. It is great people like music in Chicago. They do. Yeah and a lot of my favorite veins from their Chicago is the biggest city in the country where you don't have.

"marquis" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast

The 8123 Podcast

14:27 min | 1 year ago

"marquis" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast

"Already. I secretly hit it. Twenty eight seconds ago where you said the ten. Listen that's all I got a slow my avoids down and be more calm and leasing GonNa get works. We're we're talking about last night a bit about the firsthand that we met and we played a show to five people. All of for for people. An agent knows when to exaggerate the count so I respect the move but it was for it was for. There is someone that was doing sound. That was there so that was another five. No Okay so from our our perspective active it was you know. We're we're seventeen and we had we had heard about you know these big time uh-huh booking agents and they book all these all of our all the bands that we love. And so we're just freaked out and you show up to a motley crew of four like unfriendly very different looking. Individuals seems functional and it was raining and we have just drove forty hours straight. You know what's funny is I. I don't remember if it was. You guys are another artist but we did another showcase. Oh case like similar at that same bar yeah war and the owner was there and wouldn't let the artist in because it was twenty one plus and we he like got in a huge fight being like the like it. Wasn't you guys because you would remember. Oh I know who was it was it was young the giant but they were called the Jake's j yeah yeah we played with Jake's before yeah and we had to fight to even get them in the venue. We rented the venue to do this showcase. And you won't allow artist in. I mean it was definitely one of the weirdest times I've ever had in my entire life. I felt so defeated so so in in my if you call it a career like there's just something about seeing a band in a really uncomfortable awful setting that shows you whether or not the band's going to make it like there's other examples like like when we signed three. Oh three way back. In the day to the label Yeah photo-finish we flew them out from Denver. They'd never played outside of Denver and and they played in the basement of some bar in the lower east side and it was like not even a stage or anything. It was just like literally like two speakers on sticks and microphones and it was mean Galley and and then there was a couple sitting on a couch that we're just making out because they were just there at the bar and they played and it was like it was one of those the things where you just feel so awful when it's about to start because you're like because your instinct is like this is going to is going to be really bad and like I'm GonNa WanNa leave immediately but wait. Yeah I watched the whole thing. I'm they're looking at just me nothing else to look at but they made it's. It's so much fun like we like we. Somehow this event was fun. We're in one hundred percent like let's go. Let's let's sign up and there's like other examples like that. Does that happen anymore. You know that show showcases. The difference now now is that there are very few artists at least ones that I come across and cross paths with and stuff and like my careers changed a lot and stuff stuff but like the market now like the landscape of music is more artists that are making awesome records words like in their bedroom and have never performed at all and like song songs starts heating up all of a sudden they got a major label offer. And there's a deal and there's there's of big manager and a big attorney all the agencies are like chasing this artist that his straight up never performed. That's what Billy Irish was you you know now paradigm signed Billy Irish before she had ever performed a show. And it's like Dan it starts this like you know the job has changed like when you guys came out. It was like we just gotTa get him on a whole bunch of support tours if we can keep them busy for one hundred fifty days a year for three years like we'll have something here totally now. It's the opposite. You sign an artist and you're like I don't want them to play yet if this song is like growing and people are like super into this and it's like there's intrigue they're great let that happen yeah and like just having practice in front of like a performance coach and stuff because like there's a lot of weight on the first show and like not many artists are like like even an artist that has like a natural performance instinct isn't going to be great live. Yeah you know it just takes time time so it's a lot different. The answer's no yeah. Yeah and I always wondered like why like. Why didn't we book a show and try to get fans man to come to it or something and he goes watch it to make it less awkward? You know what a jared broke string and like half like two to songs in and he's just trying to like fumble through it and then you guys were fucking with us at the annual like Blake on song again and we were like okay and we just did it and it was. Oh my God. Don't there's so many things like when you're looking at a ban as an agent agent like you want them to be like technically great but it's not what you're looking for start. It's like so much about other stuff stuff like the idea of like fucking with you and asking for like you'd play song stuff. It's almost just like see how you react. Play Ball see if you make a joke out of it because like you you know being in a band like you're going to face a lot of weird shit like four on is a perfect example. Like he's like he's like bulletproof to whatever's going on out there like he's going to spin and make it interesting and cool buddy but back then he was the fuck out on any of years later. Yeah I mean 'cause that was that was like change maybe our tenth show like we had not played together that much so that was John's like tenth show ever and the first when he was standing backwards so the fact that looking at the other members you just looked at the entire time me the entire show and then there is a fog machine gene and he was just coughing and I think it was like a nervous tic or something just trying to find like any excuse. Excuse as to why In my head I'm like just hold it together so ask stuff but that stuff is interesting too. Because there's an agent you want your like it like the singer should kind of be Weirdo seriously like you. You're like Oh like this guy is like What's the word like I don't know like I think not gonNA be able to come up with the right word but like just like interesting and like in his own world and thinking about different stuff than the rest of us are like degrade artist is you know. Yeah that's crazy introverted. Two Times you know which is always. He's like John. Stage Persona is so different than when you're sitting down and talking to him like you know like we all spend time together but that's always like a surprise to me. Yeah Yeah for me. I'm just around him so much that it. It is the same in this weird way but I get it S. acting quality to it like John knows how to balance something goes out and has a great time and stuff but like there is a little bit of an element of that. That's like his this. Show Man Yeah right yeah. I guess I've watched them play call of duty and he's pretty Pretty ridiculous on that. So so you kind of introduction into the industry was from playing in bands and there's been great a good pictures that I've seen of tying. You could check your instagram. Yeah you see all those wonderful pictures of me and a ball chain necklace. I have that saved on my phone for a long time. That wasn't wasn't really my introduction my income so my introduction was he's taking his shoes off by the way yeah no getting comfy winds flow into the office all day in high school. I was in bands and then after I when I went to college I was like I wanna be in the business side of it. I don't WanNa play play anymore. You know and it was like I liked playing you know and I still like playing stuff but like it was pretty early on that I was like my career is not going to be as reformer. Just doesn't feel like that so I went to school for music. Business was like the first one of the first. Oh Wow do you guys know this story or now no really Nice I know is Okay Patel Yeah of course so I went to school for music business at Northeastern and I so part of the program was that you have to do an internship every other semester in the field you WanNa work in which is a kind of a cool program it gets you out there so the first internship I did after one year of college was I had heard that there was this concert company. A starting up in this like weird little boutique key building in Boston. Hi like basically underneath fenway park that had like record labels like it had big wheel recreation and Doghouse Hydra head bridge nine. I don't know if you guys know. And Yeah and then there was a an agency. Starting starting called the Kenmore Agency and one of my friends was like these guys said they could use an intern and they told you they asked. If you could come in tomorrow for an interview I was like yeah totally like I'm super interested in that so I go in and it's Galley and this other guy named Matt Pike and I I sit down and like I'm sitting next to Galley and he just looks at me and goes so I heard you're going to work here. I was like literally the first thing he said and I was just like I mean yeah I'd like to yeah that'd be awesome. He's like like starting today like he was asking me. As if I knew which not a lot has changed. I was like I was like. Yeah I mean Yeah I could start today and he was like cool. Let's do uh-huh Mike I. I don't even know what the company does. But it's like you know like Kelly is one of those people that just has like such bravery an instinct. Think to just be like fuck it. I'm going to try you know and like that was after I started. I started there and then after like three months of doing that job I loved it I was like this is like probably a good way like a good path for me. It's like guy kind of caters to what I'm good at I think and and I I approached my college northeastern and was like I wanNA stay at my job and take part time classes and just change the like the way the workload is divided. And they're like well. You can do that but you'd have to pay twice as much admission because or whatever whatever because you'd be in school full year instead of off and on and I was like well fuck that I'll drop out and that was it. I dropped and I work with the same people like pretty much since since then Holy Shit. Yeah Yeah and then moved to New York in two thousand five and I promoted shows on the side and like you know like punk rock Halls and church halls and stuff like that like to make ends meet in Boston. And that's how I met a lot of bands and out like you know. I think that there's a lot of people coming into the business. Now that come straight out of college and they go to an internship at like a big company they learn the business from like a really specific point of view where they really understand. What an agency does we've got kids at work a paradigm that are super smart and like really really get it? But they haven't zero real world experience or perspective. Yeah and I feel like like the years of like just like fuck and figuring it out and like booking shows with bands and showing up in the dressing room and introducing myself like seeing what they actually cared about and thought about is like incredibly valuable experience and like I was on my own. I was like I go work. The door guys. I'll talk to you later. You know and like I just feel like the business has changed a lot so there's a lot of newer people that are very talented and are great at what they do. But it's much more of a like they have a really specific job and they're not they're not as like resourceful across the board you know as people that came up earlier. Yeah and what were the first things they were having you do when you started working internship or job got contracts. Yeah because back then it was like joking about booking tours by mailing back and forth like it wasn't isn't there was that we mailed all our contracts that have a hard copy for it to be like legally binding. Yeah of course. These are like rinky-dink shows like one hundred two hundred. I'm fifty dollars or whatever but like we have there was no email like email was just starting so like all our contracts. We did by facts. So we've had fact we I would they go into like word Typo the contract in word for the show that was happening and then print it out and fax it to the promoter and then I would call them Um every morning I would get into the office. Just call these rotors. Can you please send back the contract. It was it was brutal because promoters are like the shadiest..

"marquis" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast

The 8123 Podcast

03:38 min | 1 year ago

"marquis" Discussed on The 8123 Podcast

"The other night after the show a second to some some girls that were friends and they wanted to start a podcast and they were asking me how we do it how we get it out there. How how are we were and you know? Thankfully I was able to tell them about anchor which if we would have had I started out this would have been way way easier and how much easier it has now gotten super easy You know so..

"marquis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:30 min | 1 year ago

"marquis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"And Boldin who was a top ten player when he was coming out of high school Delara who was a top thirty or forty type of recruit Tom O'Connell who has played a lot better and shot a lot better since that Carolina game in Cameron indoor stadium, and so two suggests that Duke is not talented would be incorrect, certainly without Williamson, you're missing an athletic guy and somebody who's terrific around the basket, and and can dunk it better than anybody and all those things, but this is still a really talented team at the tar heels gonna try and go up against this. I think you know, there's so many different components to this team. And they prior to the loss to Carolina in Cameron. I think everybody thought this team was almost the the reigning champion to be. Yeah. Because of how they were played. And they were they were playing really really well now you take a guy out who Williamson was shooting seventy percents until his injury through thirteen games in conference. He was shooting seventy percent from the field. So you take that out. And you take out the pets presence, and this team has had to reconfigure, and it's been obvious that they've had some lumps and some bumps and they've had to try and figure it out. But make no mistake. This is still an excellent team. I think if you take any one piece out of Carolina's lineup, you take one of these one of their starters out, and they would also experience similar kind of growing pains as they reconfigure who they are going down a stretcher you're going to have somebody out for an extended period of time. So it should be expected that this would happen this way. It's also be expected that coaches chef ski hall of fame coach he is one of the best regardless of him being. Arrival of ours. He is one of the best coaches in the country. And he is going to have this team ready, and they're gonna come out tonight, and they're going to give a much different performance. I don't think it would be. I think it would be. Shortsighted of us to take their defense had not improved significantly for what they're going to see against the tar heels and a couple of guys Dave who have played better for them as of late. I mentioned O'Connell he's really shoot the ball. Well, ten of seventeen from three point range in the last four games. So that's the four games Duke has played since the Carolina game ten of seventeen from beyond the arc. That was a big part of what Duke tried and missed in that original game where they were just eight of thirty nine from three point range, including O'Connell himself going three in that particular context Marquis bowls had a couple of nights games as well. Didn't have a huge game last time against wake for the two. Previous games can fourteen at Virginia Tech had a double double against Miami as well, fifteen points in ten boards as the tar heels come outta the locker room to go through some more pregame warmups. So Duke has had a couple of guys that are starting to step up some starting to fill some of those roles and fill some of the spots in points production that Williams left. Mentioned the sixty two points the Carolina headed to paint the first go round. There's no doubt Duke will be better adjusted to playing without Williamson. And what it does defensively and the interior aside from Bolden Javid delory, Jack white those guys have to be big in hopes of keeping Carolina for making. Hey and close go ahead. There's always gonna be somebody the one guy that you started talking about Jones, and and you mentioned a visit Marquis Bolden. He's played. He's been the garrison Brooks. This do team. And what I say that. It's a terrific compliment. He's been consistent. He's a defensive threat as a guy that does all the little things for them. But you can absolutely say that they're going to have to have more of a perimeter shooting presence. At a higher percentage of they had. They don't have to be at all three point shooting team. They're far too good to be resigned to just that. But the team that has a lot of components and a lot of composer playing. Well, interesting you mentioned Jack white white actually got benched the the first game after the Carolina game where he he really struggled against the tar heels over five all from three gotten a lot of foul issues in that particular game kidnap play the next game which was at Syracuse. He has started to to play a little better here. He's five of eight from three point range in the last two games. After a just a horrific stretchy twenty six one of thirty two at one point. So starting to come down a little bit to keep an eye and ears open for particularly white and O'Connell guys who Duke meets to make shots. I if they're going to have a great chance to win the game, close foods at Carolina..

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"marquis" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"marquis" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Twenty five till the top of the hour. We have a lot more news to get into as it relates to what's happening in Virginia. The double standard of Democrats as it relates to their Lieutenant governor facing serious sexual assault charges. Now, they got the attorney general third in line to replace the current governor. He's got a problem with black face. As does apparently a lot of people in Hollywood like oh, joyless Bihar. Ted Danson, Jimmy Kimmel Jimmy Fallon and others will get to that. So what she has here. Cossio Cortez Marquis. And this new green deal for America. Now, even Nancy Pelosi is rejecting this. And as I said before Nancy Pelosi is scared to death of a Cossio Cortez. Now. Why is she scared to death of a Cossio Cortes and the radical as radically? She is and she's radical you think about it. This. At least some sense of what the American people whatever tolerate here or what? You know, what the what the American people know what works. Let me just quick family story all four my grandparents come from Ireland took that ancestry testing the one hundred percent British Isles. And there was support. They were surprised because that usually doesn't happen. And but I knew all for my grandparents, I have the papers from Ellis Island. They came in when they came in legally etcetera, but they came here. They had no money. Ten bucks? Maybe be one at fifteen. And they lived a very poor life in the some of the worst conditions Irish Catholic not need not apply. Was there's a lot of prejudice against Catholics at the time in Boston and New York, but they somehow overcame they lived in very very very poor conditions. My poor dad grew up very poor in bed. Stuy his mom died. A couple of months complications from giving birth to him. His dad. My grandfather just was working all the time. So he had different people taking care of him at all different times. But no money. My mother growing up in the South Bronx in New York. My my my maternal grandfather worked his ass off. And like every you all have the same story. This is not unique in any way. This is the American into Central American dream. They weren't guaranteed any of the things that a Cossio Cortes and democratic radical extreme socialist party are now promising and you've got to ask yourself. It's always appealing to take away all of your insecurities and fear in life. But when does it ever when do these promises ever get fulfilled? They don't that's the problem. You're going to get all the platitudes all the talking points, all the bumper stickers. And you're never going to get the results because it's not sustainable just like Kamala Harris when she talks about eliminating all private health. Care insurance Medicare for all, okay? One hundred and seventy seven million Americans wiped out of their own insurance. Obamacare is the most recent example of a government their promises versus what they said his talking points as platitudes is bumper sticker. Keep your doctor. Keep your plan. Save less. None of those promises were fulfilled. It has become an unmitigated disaster. John roberts. Thank you very much for that one. And it is. But that is the history the promise of socialism, it takes away all of your fear all of your insecurities and life, and you're guaranteed a job. You're guaranteed family medical leave your guaranteed vacation. You're guaranteed retirement. You're guaranteed safe affordable housing. You're guaranteed healthcare. You're guaranteed education way beyond high school, or if you want to trade school or college that's. And all of this is guaranteed for everybody used either willing or unwilling to work. Oh, what happens to freedom in this equation? Where is the incentive? If if as the Democrats are proposing if they're gonna steal seventy percent of your income. Why bother who's gonna bother the risk? The reward the blood, the sweat, the tears that goes along with building a business providing goods and services that people want need and desire. You know, it was a big deal that my father post World War Two. He signed up served four years in the Pacific. And when he could buy a thirteen thousand dollar Cape Cod house on a fifty by one hundred lot which I grew up in all of my life. You know with one bathroom and three older sisters kinda describe it as hell on earth. I'm kidding. Of course. But you know, that was a big deal. And the hope was that his children, and we all stand on the shoulders of our parents and grandparents and the sacrifices they made for us, the look and a housing projects I had to remember when I was in Atlanta tech with homes the first housing project ever built pepper mill another home. I went to a housing project. I was covering a story when I was down reporting on it in Atlanta's a talk show host. And I went down there. Horrible story. Young girl died because a cockroach lodged in her head. And I went there, and I went into one of the units. The place was infested with roaches. It was disgusting beyond imagination. There's your government that was government subsidized government supported housing young girl died. And I look at it, and I've been to many poor poor poor places in my life. And in America, even the poorest TV's, usually big screens computers phones food in the refrigerator refrigerator, freezer. You look at some of these socialist countries, they don't even have that. You know, I I was lucky when I had no money I could buy a two hundred dollar former providence gas company van that once ran on natural gas. They converted it back to gasoline cost me two hundred bucks. Best best investment I ever made. That thing ran best barely had to fix the thing. Three hundred fifty dollar Ford. Maverick nineteen seventy-one talk the guy down from four hundred spent a lotta time fixing that used to fix it myself worked with a bunch of guys have rented a bar barn that was empty from my landlord made a bunch of guys we'd go in there. Fix cars paint cars. I wasn't good at it. But they would always help me. Do the brakes? Tune-ups did all that stuff. My point is okay. I still had a TV refrigerator. Freezer and a stove and air conditioning and heat. It was an adequate apartment lived in that for into my thirties for crying out loud. Nothing. Great nothing ostentatious. Some believable. Don't worry had to pay for it thought about power. We're gonna pay for it. It will destroy it this plan by this new radical extreme Democratic Party will destroy the American dream Kamala Harris is Medicare for all eliminate private insurance will destroy healthcare the energy energy industry, which is the hope for the greatest prosperity growth. We've ever had will be destroyed when the government takes that over. Just warning you this is your this is the party, by the way. Ahmed every y'all says a Cossio Cortez, wiping tears bowing to de-fund is great. Both the to say that an agency is which repeatedly, and systematically, violates human rights does not deserve a time. They do not deserve a time until they can prove that they are honoring human rights until they can make a good faith effort to expand and embrace immigrants. They do not deserve any resources for their radical agenda. We this is a I don't have.

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"marquis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

08:44 min | 1 year ago

"marquis" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Twenty five till the top of the hour. We have a lot more news to get into as it relates to what's happening in Virginia. The double standard of Democrats as it relates to their Lieutenant governor facing serious sexual assault charges. Now, they got the attorney general third in line to replace the current governor. He's got a problem with black face. As does apparently a lot of people in Hollywood like oh, joyless Bihar. Ted Danson, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon and others. We'll get to that. So what she has here a Cossio Cortez Marquis in this new green deal for America. Now, even Nancy Pelosi is rejecting this. And I as I said before Nancy Pelosi is scared to death of a Cossio Cortez. The why she's scared to death because of Cortez and the radical as radical as she is, and she's radical you think about it. This is. At least some sense of what the American people whatever tolerate here or what? You know, what the what the American people know what works. Let me just quick family story all four my grandparents come from Ireland took that ancestry testing the one hundred percent British Isles. And there was support. They were surprised because that usually doesn't happen. And but I knew all for my grandparents, I have the papers from Ellis Island. They came in when they came in legally at cetera, but they came here. They had no money ten bucks. It'd be one at fifteen. And they lived a very poor life in the some of the worst conditions Irish Catholic not need not apply. Was there's a lot of prejudice against Irish Catholics at the time in Boston and New York, but they somehow overcame they lived in very very very poor conditions. My poor dad grew up very poor in bed. Stuy his mom died. A couple of months complications from giving birth to him. His dad. My grandfather just was working all the time. So we had different people taking care of him at all different times. But no money. My mother growing up in the South Bronx in New York. My my my maternal grandfather worked his ass off. And like you all have the same story. This is not unique in any way. This is the American into Central American dream. They weren't guaranteed any of the things that a of Cortes and the democratic radical extreme socialist party or now promising and you've got to ask yourself. It's always appealing to take away all of your insecurities and fear in life. But when does it ever when do these promises ever get fulfilled? They don't that's the problem. You're going to get all the platitudes all the talking points, all the bumper stickers. And you're never going to get the results because it's not sustainable just like Kamala Harris when she talks about eliminating all private health care insurance Medicare for all, okay? One hundred and seventy seven million Americans wiped out of their own insurance. Obamacare is the most recent example of a government their promises versus what they said his talking points as platitudes is bumper sticker. Keep your doctor. Keep your plan save less. None of those promises were fulfilled. It has become an unmitigated disaster. John roberts. Thank you very much for that one. And it is. But that is the history the promise of socialism, it takes away all of your fear all of your insecurities alive, and you're guaranteed a job. You're guaranteed family medical leave your guaranteed vacation. You're guaranteed retirement. You're guaranteed safe affordable housing. You're guaranteed healthcare. You guaranteed education way beyond high school, or if you want to go to a trade school or college that's guaranteed and all of this is guaranteed for everybody used either willing or unwilling to work. Oh, what happens to freedom in this equation? Where is the incentive? If if as the Democrats are proposing if they're gonna steal seventy percent of your income. Why bother who's gonna bother the risk? The reward the blood, the sweat, the tears that goes along with building a business providing goods and services that people want need and desire. It was a big deal that my father post World War Two. He signed up served four years in the Pacific. And when he could buy a thirteen thousand dollar Cape Cod house on a fifty by one hundred lot which I grew up in all of my life. You know with one bathroom and three older sisters kinda describe it as hell on earth. I'm kidding. Of course. But you know, that was a big deal. In the hope was that his children, and we all stand on the shoulders of our parents and grandparents and the sacrifices they made for us. The look I've been a housing projects I had to I remember when I was in Atlanta tech would homes the first housing project ever built pepper mill another home. I went to a housing project. I was covering a story when I was down reporting on it in Atlanta's talk show host. And I went down there. Horrible story. Young girl died because a cockroach lodged in her head. And I went there, and I went into one of the units. The place was infested with roaches. It was disgusting beyond imagination. There's your government that was government subsidized government supported housing young girl died. And I look at it, and I've been to many poor poor poor places in my life. And in America, even the poorest TV's, usually big screens computers phones food in the refrigerator refrigerator, freezer. You look at some of these social countries, they don't even have that. And you know, I was lucky when I had no money I could buy a two hundred dollar former providence gas company van that once ran on natural gas. They converted it back to gasoline. Kospi two hundred bucks best best investment I ever made. That thing ran best barely to fix the thing. Three hundred fifty dollars Ford. Maverick nineteen seventy-one talk the guy down from four hundred spent a lotta time fixing that used to fix it myself work with a bunch of guys have rented a bar barn that was empty from my landlord me and a bunch of guys we go in there fix cars paint cars than good at it. But they would always help me. Do the brakes? Tune-ups did all that stuff. My point is okay. I still had a TV refrigerator freezer and a stove and air conditioning and heat. It was an adequate apartment lived in that for into my thirties for crying out loud. Nothing. Great nothing. Austin texas. Some believable. Don't worry had to pay for it thought about power. We're gonna pay for it. It will destroy this plan by this new radical extreme Democratic Party will destroy the American dream Kamala Harris is Medicare for all eliminate private insurance will destroy healthcare the energy energy industry, which is the hope for the greatest prosperity growth. We've ever had will be destroyed when the government takes over. Just warning you this is your this is the party, by the way. Ahmed every y'all all says, a Cossio Cortez, wiping tears bowing to de-fund ice. Great say that an agency like ice which repeatedly, and systematically, violates human rights does not deserve a time. They do not deserve time until they can prove that they are honoring human rights until they can make a good faith effort to expand and embrace immigrants. They do not deserve any resources for their radical agenda. We this is a I don't have time.

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"marquis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"marquis" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"I twenty five till the top of the hour. We have a lot more news to get into as it relates to what's happening in Virginia. The double standard of Democrats as it relates to their Lieutenant governor facing serious sexual assault charges. Now, they got the attorney general third in line to replace the current governor. He's got a problem with black face. As does apparently a lot of people in Hollywood like oh, joyless Bihar. Ted Danson Jimmy Kimmel Jimmy Fallon in others. We'll get to that. So what she has here. Cossio Cortes Marquis. And this new green deal for America. Now, even Nancy Pelosi is rejecting this. And I as I said before Nancy Pelosi is scared to death of a Cossio Cortez. Now. Why is she scared to death of Cossio Cortez and the radical as radically? She is and she's radical you think about it. This. There's at least some sense of what the American people whatever tolerate here or what? What the what the American people know what works. Let me just quick family story all for my grandparents come from Ireland. When I took that ancestry testing, the one hundred percent British Isles, and they will support they were surprised because that usually doesn't happen. And but I do all four of my grandparents, I have the papers from Ellis Island. They came in when they came in, legally, etc. But they came here. They had no money ten bucks. Maybe one at fifteen. And they lived a very poor life in some of the worst conditions Irish Catholic, not need not apply. Was there's a lot of prejudice against Irish Catholics at the time in Boston and New York. But they somehow overcame they lived in very very very poor conditions. My poor dad grew up very poor in bed. Stuy is mom died. A couple of months complications from giving birth to him. His dad. My grandfather was working all the time. So we had different people taking care of him at all different times. But no money. My mother growing up in the South Bronx, New York. The my my maternal grandfather worked his ass off. And like you all have the same story. This is not unique in any way. This is the American into Central American dream. They weren't guaranteed any of the things that Cossio of Cortes and the democratic radical extreme socialist party are now promising. And you've got to ask yourself. It's always appealing to take away all of your insecurities and fear in life. But when does it ever when do these promises ever get fulfilled? They don't that's the problem. You're going to get all the platitudes all the talking points, all the bumper stickers. And you're never going to get the results because it's not sustainable just like Kamala Harris when you she talks about eliminating all private health care insurance Medicare for all, okay? One hundred and seventy seven million Americans wiped out of their own insurance. Obamacare is the most recent example of a government their promises versus what they said his talking points. As platitudes is bumper sticker your doctor, keep your plan, save less. None of those promises were fulfilled. It has become an unmitigated disaster. John roberts. Thank you very much for that one. And it is. But that is the history the promise of socialism, a takes away all of your fear all of your insecurities life, and you're guaranteed a job. You're guaranteed family medical leave your guaranteed vacation. You're guaranteed retirement. You're guaranteed safe affordable housing. You're guaranteed healthcare. You guaranteed education way beyond high school, or if you want to go to a trade school or college that's guaranteed and all of this is guaranteed for everybody used either willing or unwilling to work. Oh, what happens to freedom in this occasion? Where is the incentive? If if as the Democrats are proposing if they're gonna steal seventy percent of your income. Why bother who's gonna bother the risk? The reward the blood, the sweat, the tears that goes along with building a business providing goods and services that people want need and desire. You know, it was a big deal that my father post World War Two. He signed up served four years in the Pacific. And when he could buy a thirteen thousand dollar Cape Cod house on a fifty by one hundred lot which I grew up in all of my life. You know with one bathroom and three older sisters. Kinda describe it as hell on earth. I'm kidding. Of course. But you know, that was a big deal. And the hope was that his children, and we all stand on the shoulders of our parents and grandparents and the sacrifices they've made us look I've been a housing projects. I had I remember when I was in Atlanta tech with homes the first housing project ever built pepper mill another home. I went to a housing project. I was covering a story when I was down reporting on it in Atlanta's a talk show host that I went down there. Horrible story. Young girl died because a cockroach lodged in her head. And I went there, and I went into one of the units. The place was infested with roaches. It was disgusting beyond imagination. That was government subsidized government supported housing young girl died. And I look at it, and I've been to many poor poor poor places in my life. And in America, even the poorest TV's, usually big screens computers phones. Food in a refrigerator refrigerator, freezer. You look at some of these socialist countries, they don't even have that, you know. You know, I was lucky when I had no money I could buy a two hundred dollar former providence gas company van that once ran on natural gas. They converted it back to gasoline. Cosby two hundred bucks. Best investment I ever made. I think ran best barely had to fix the thing. What a three hundred fifty dollars Ford. Maverick nineteen seventy-one talk. The guy down from four hundred spent a lot of time fixing that used to fix them myself worked with a bunch of guys have rented a bar barn that was empty from my landlord and a bunch of guys we go in there. Fix cars paint cars. I wasn't good at it. But they will always help me do the brakes to tune-ups and all that stuff. My point is okay. I still had a TV refrigerator freezer in a stove and air conditioning and heat. It was it was an adequate apartment lived in that for into my thirties for crying out loud. Nothing. Great nothing. Austin texas. Unbelievable. Don't worry how to pay for it. Not about power. We're gonna pay for it. It will destroy this plan by this new radical extreme Democratic Party will destroy the American dream Kamala Harris is Medicare for all eliminate private insurance will destroy healthcare the energy energy industry, which is the hope for the greatest prosperity growth. We've ever had will be destroyed when the government takes that over. Just warning you this is your this is the party, by the way. Ahmed every y'all says a Cossio Cortez, wiping tears bowing to de-fund ice, great the say that an agency like ice which repeatedly, and systematically, violates human rights does not deserve a time. They do not deserve a time until they can prove that they are honoring human rights until they can make a good faith effort to expand and embrace immigrants. They do not deserve any resources for their radical agenda. We this is a I.

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"marquis" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"marquis" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Five till the top of the hour. We have a lot more news to get into as it relates to what's happening in Virginia. The double standard of Democrats as it relates to their Lieutenant governor facing serious sexual assault charges. Now, they got the attorney general third in line to replace the current governor. He's got a problem with black face. As does apparently a lot of people in Hollywood like oh, joyless Bihar. Ted Danson, Jimmy Kimmel Jimmy Fallon and others will get to that. So what she has here. Cossio Cortez Marquis in this new green deal for America. Now, even Nancy Pelosi is rejecting this. And I as I said before Nancy Pelosi is scared to death of a Cossio Cortez. Now. Why is she scared to death of a Cossio Cortez and the radical as radical as she is? And she's radical you think about it. This there is at least some sense of what the American people whatever tolerate here or what? You know, what the what the American people know what works. Let me just quick family story all four my grandparents come from Ireland took that ancestry testing the one hundred percent British Isles. And there was support. They were surprised because that usually doesn't happen. And but I knew all four my grandparents, and I have the papers from Ellis Island. They came in when they came in legally at cetera, but they came here. They had no money. Ten bucks? Maybe one at fifteen. And they lived a very poor life in the some of the worst conditions Irish Catholic not need not apply. Was there's a lot of prejudice against Irish Catholics at the time in Boston and New York, but they somehow overcame they lived in very very very poor conditions. My poor dad grew up very poor in bed. Stuy his mom died. A couple of months complications from giving birth to him. His dad. My grandfather just was working all the time. So we had different people taking care of him at all different times. But no money mother growing up in the South Bronx in New York. My my my maternal grandfather worked his ass off. Like, you all have the same story. This is not unique in any way. This is the American Central American dream. They weren't guaranteed any of the things that a Cossio Cortes and the democratic radical extreme socialist party or now promising and you've got to ask yourself. It's always appealing to take away all of your insecurities and fear in life. But when does it ever what do these promises ever get fulfilled? They don't that's the problem. You're going to get all the platitudes all the talking points, all the bumper stickers. And you're never going to get the results because it's not sustainable just like Kamala Harris when she talks about eliminating all private health care insurance Medicare for all, okay? One hundred and seventy seven million Americans out of their own insurance. Obamacare is the most recent example of a government their promises versus what they said his talking points as platitudes is bumper sticker. Keep your doctor. Keep your plan save less. None of those promises were fulfilled. It has become an unmitigated disaster. John roberts. Thank you very much for that one. And it is. But that is the history the promise of socialism, it takes away all of your fear all of your insecurities in life, and you're guaranteed a job. You're guaranteed family medical leave your guaranteed vacation. You're guaranteed retirement. You're guaranteed safe affordable housing. You're guaranteed healthcare. You're guaranteed education way beyond high school, or if you want to go to a trade school or college that's guaranteed and all of this is guaranteed for everybody used either willing or unwilling to work. Oh, what happens to freedom in this equation? Where is the incentive? If if as the Democrats are proposing if they're gonna steal seventy percent of your income. Why bother who's gonna bother the risk reward the blood, the sweat, the tears that goes along with building a business providing goods and services, the people want need and desire. You know, it was a big deal that my father post World War Two. He signed up served four years in the Pacific. And when he could buy a thirteen thousand dollar Cape Cod house on a fifty by one hundred lot which I grew up in all of my life. You know with one bathroom and three older sisters kinda describe as hell on earth. I'm kidding. Of course. But you know, that was a big deal. In the hope was that his children, and we all stand on the shoulders of our parents and grandparents and the sacrifices they've made for us. Look I've been a housing projects. I I had I remember when I was in Atlanta tech would homes the first housing project ever built pepper mill another home. I went to a housing project. I was covering a story when I was down reporting on it and Atlanta's a talk show host that I went down there. Horrible story. Young girl died because a cockroach lodged in her head. And I went there, and I went into one of the units. The place was infested with roaches. It was disgusting beyond imagination. There's your government that government subsidized government supported housing young girl died. And I look at it, and I've been to many poor poor poor places in my life. And in America, even the poorest TV's, usually big screens computers phones. Food in a refrigerator refrigerator, freezer. You look at some of these socialist countries, they don't even have that. And you know, I was lucky when I had no money I could buy a two hundred dollar former providence gas company van that once ran on natural gas. They converted it back to gasoline cost me two hundred bucks. Best best investment I ever made. That thing ran best barely had to fix the thing. What a three hundred and fifty dollar Ford. Maverick nineteen seventy-one talk the guy down from four hundred spent a lot of time fixing that used to fix it myself work with a bunch of guys have rented a bar barn that was empty from my landlord me and a bunch of guys we go in there. Fix cars paint. Cars wasn't good at it. But they will always help me. Do the brakes to tune-ups did all that stuff? My point is okay. I still had a TV refrigerator freezer and a stove and air conditioning and heat. Does. It was an adequate apartment lived in that for into my thirties for crying out loud. Nothing. Great nothing. Austin texas. Some believable. Don't worry how to pay for it thought about power. We're gonna pay for it. It will destroy it this plan by this new radical extreme Democratic Party will destroy the American dream Kamala Harris is Medicare for all eliminate private insurance will destroy healthcare the energy energy industry, which is the hope for the greatest prosperity growth. We've ever had will be destroyed when the government takes that over. Just warning you this is your this is the party, by the way. Mad every y'all says a Cossio Cortez, wiping tears bowing to de-fund ice. Great. The.

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"marquis" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

08:50 min | 1 year ago

"marquis" Discussed on KNSS

"Com. Twenty five till the top of the hour. We have a lot more news to get into as it relates to what's happening in Virginia. The double standard of Democrats as it relates to their Lieutenant governor facing serious sexual assault charges. Now, they got the attorney general third in line to replace the current governor. He's got a problem with black face. As does apparently a lot of people in Hollywood like oh joyless bay har-. Ted Danson, Jimmy Kimmel Jimmy Fallon and others will get to that. So what she has here. Cossio Cortez Marquis in this new green deal for America. Now, even Nancy Pelosi is rejecting this. And I as I said before Nancy Pelosi is scared to death of a Cossio Cortez. Now. Why is she scared to death Mukasey of Cortez and the radical as radical as she is? And she's radical you think about it. This. There's at least some sense of what the American people, whatever Colorado it here or what? You know, what the what the American people know what works. Let me just quick family story all four my grandparents come from Ireland took that ancestry testing the one hundred percent British Isles. And there was support. They were surprised because that usually doesn't happen. And but I knew all four my grandparents, I have the papers from Ellis Island. They came in when they came in legally at cetera, but they came here. They had no money ten bucks. Maybe one at fifteen. And they lived a very poor life in the some of the worst conditions Irish Catholic not need not apply. Was there's a lot of prejudice against Irish Catholics at the time in Boston and New York, but they somehow overcame they lived in very very very poor conditions. My poor dad grew up very poor in bed. Stuy his mom died. A couple of months complications from giving birth to him. His dad. My grandfather just was working all the time. So we had different people taking care of him at all different times. But no money. My mother growing up in the South Bronx, New York. The my my maternal grandfather worked his ass off. And like every you all have the same story. This is not unique in any way. This is the American to Central American dream. They weren't guaranteed any of the things that a Cossio Cortes is. And the democratic radical extreme socialist party are now promising and you've got to ask yourself. It's always appealing to take away all of your insecurities and fear in life. But when does it ever when do these promises ever get fulfilled? They don't that's the problem. You're going to get all the platitudes all the talking points, all the bumper stickers. And you're never going to get the results because it's not sustainable just like Kamala Harris when you she talks about eliminating all private health care insurance Medicare for all, okay? One hundred seventy seven million Americans out of their own insurance. Obamacare is the most recent example of a government their promises versus what they said his talking points as platitudes is bumper sticker. Keep your doctor. Keep your plan save less. None of those promises were fulfilled. It has become an unmitigated disaster. John roberts. Thank you very much for that one. And it is. But that is the history the promise of socialism, it takes away all of your fear all of your insecurities and life, and you're guaranteed a job. You're guaranteed family medical leave your guaranteed vacation. You're guaranteed retirement. You're guaranteed safe affordable housing. You're guaranteed healthcare. You're guaranteed education way beyond high school, or if you want to go to a trade school or a college that's guaranteed and all of this is guaranteed for everybody us, either willing or unwilling to work. Oh, what happens to freedom in this equation? Where is the incentive? If if as the Democrats are proposing if they're gonna steal seventy percent of your income. Why bother who's gonna bother the risk? The reward the blood, the sweat, the tears that goes along with building a business providing goods and services that people want need and desire. You know, it was a big deal that my father post World War Two. He signed up served four years in the Pacific. And when he could buy a thirteen thousand dollar Cape Cod house on a fifty by one hundred lot which I grew up in all of my life. You know with one bathroom and three older sisters kinda describe it as hell on earth. I'm kidding. Of course. But you know, that was a big deal. And in the hope was that his children, and we all stand on the shoulders of our parents and grandparents and the sacrifices they've made for us. The look I've been a housing projects I had to I remember when I was in Atlanta tech what homes the first housing project ever built pepper. Mill another home. I went to a housing project. I was covering a story when I was down reporting on it and Atlanta's a talk show host that I went down there. Horrible story. Young girl died because a cockroach lodged in her head. And I went there, and I went into one of the units. The place was infested with roaches. It was disgusting beyond imagination. There's your government government subsidized government supported housing young girl died. And I look at it, and I've been to many poor poor poor places in my life. And in America, even the poorest TV's, usually big screens computers phones food in the refrigerator refrigerator, freezer. You look at some of these socialist countries, they don't even have that. You know, I was lucky when I had no money I could buy two hundred dollar former providence gas company van that once ran on natural gas. They converted it back to gasoline cost me two hundred bucks. Best best investment I ever made. That thing ran best barely had to fix the thing. Three hundred fifty dollar Ford. Maverick nineteen seventy-one talk the guy down from four hundred spent a lotta time fixing that used to fix them myself work with a bunch of guys have rented a bar barn that was empty from my landlord me and a bunch of guys we'd go in there. Fix cars paint cars. I wasn't good at it. But they will always help me. Do the brakes tune-ups and all that stuff. My point is okay. I still had a TV refrigerator. Freezer and a stove and air conditioning and heat. It was an adequate apartment lived in that for into my thirties for crying out loud. Nothing. Great nothing ostentatious. Unbelievable. Don't worry how to pay for it thought about power. We're gonna pay for it. It will destroy this plan by this new radical extreme Democratic Party will destroy the American dream Kamala Harris is Medicare for all eliminate private insurance will destroy healthcare the energy energy industry, which is the hope for the greatest prosperity growth. We've ever had will be destroyed when the government takes that over. Just warning you this is your this is the party, by the way. Ahmed every y'all says a Cossio Cortez, wiping tears bowing to de-fund ice great the day that an agency like ice which repeatedly, and systematically, violates human rights does not deserve a dime. Right. They do not deserve time until they can prove that they are honoring human rights until they can make a good faith effort to expand and embrace immigrants. They do not deserve any resources for their radical agenda. We this is a I.

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