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'Don't Worry Darling' shrugs off drama, opening with $19.2M

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 3 d ago

'Don't Worry Darling' shrugs off drama, opening with $19.2M

"Don't worry darling led the box office for the weekend I'm Marty zar a letter with the latest Yeah I'm so sorry I forgot to tell you but you're not feeling very well Well rumors that Florence Pugh and Olivia Wilde not being on friendly terms could have soured audiences on going to see don't worry darling it did help that Harry Styles is in the film too Don't worry darling brought in $19.2 million in its opening weekend according to studio estimates Last week's top movie the woman king is in second place the rerelease of Avatar took third barbarian was number four and pearl was number 5

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Rev. Martin Dunne: Was Jesus Christ a Socialist?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:21 min | 2 weeks ago

Rev. Martin Dunne: Was Jesus Christ a Socialist?

"And that keeps those individuals from doing what they're supposed to do Yes getting up and working but again getting up and having the life that you're meant to have And I guarantee no one who has the capability is meant to just sit at home all day taking quote unquote charity and playing video games No winners here And that's why everyone should be outraged and I was encouraged to see that most Americans are upset about the student repayment plan They are Yeah I covered it in my show earlier today in my podcast talking to father Martin Dunn Father Marty on a bigger note here I'll engage with liberals a lot about the idea of religion which is kind of hilarious because a lot of them believe in things that are antithetical to religion and faith but not all but you get the point And sometimes they'll say to me well how dare you argue against student loans or big government spending You know Jesus was a socialist and I said really That's not the Jesus I'm reading about in the Bible I mean your thoughts on that when people say things like that Jesus was a socialist You're just supposed to give it all away to the government or whatever Well they're the bullies of our times The bullies of Jesus time were the pharisees And they were saying oh Jesus you're Satan And again the bullies have nothing to go by except instilling fear and threats of punishment And their aim is to keep that status as bully like the pharisees tried to point of nailing Jesus to the cross of keeping their

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Rev. Martin Dunne: The Student Loan Bailout Promotes Bad Behavior

The Dan Bongino Show

01:55 min | 2 weeks ago

Rev. Martin Dunne: The Student Loan Bailout Promotes Bad Behavior

"One the slightest compromise on his message of loving God the best way And that's why we need to be so careful to go about things the right way Two call out the lies Two demand people to prove their disgusting claims but to do it in a way that is respectful and without any compromise to our duty and our dignity as Christians We're talking to father Martin Dunn good man and a good friend Father Marty one of the things you did bring up in the homily which I was glad you did Is the idea of this student loan bailout and one of the things I've tried to say I love that You got a big round of applause into that This is in charity father What the church does and what you guys do is charity And we're happy to support it It's given through free will under the idea that this money would be better spent if I gave it to you to give to people in need Forcing people who receive no benefit from a service to pay off a service other people took out loans to get to better their own lives That's not charity and the problem I have with it I'd love to get your thoughts as a Catholic priest on it is not only is it not a good thing right I know you understand the difference between miss reasons and malfeasance right It's not just miss fees that it doesn't help the student loan welfare bailout thing I feel genuinely that it hurts It hurts people You are stealing away the opportunity from them to learn from this decision to take this loan to better their lives If it better their lives they learn something great They paid it off and now they're richer for it However if it didn't better their lives and they dropped out they probably said you say themselves I better not borrow money in the future and not stick it out Either way you steal from them if you pay that off It's mouthpiece it's not misfeasance Precisely And the only winners are the political forces because we're encouraging

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Rev. Martin Dunne: Taking Action Without Compromising Christianity

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

Rev. Martin Dunne: Taking Action Without Compromising Christianity

"With me I need to keep my focus on God and encourage everybody else to do the same thing The father Marty I listened that really sage advice And I listened to you with rap detention and church this weekend And if here's what I took out of it and tell me if I'm wrong that because I am angry I'm filled with rage I'm not gonna lie to you I have to go to confession and say I lied then I want to do that But I am trying hard to manage it I really am I'm doing my best sometimes it spills out But I think what you're saying is our rights are in danger action is required vote run for office knock on doors donate to campaigns do whatever you need to do Get involved the do matters But I think what you're saying is don't let the rage encompass you so much that you lose the forest for the trees Am I reading this Like I just opened up the show today saying exactly that that I'm long on the and I'm a financial guy I'm long on the United States We're surrounded by two big oceans We have the world's greatest military We have an entrepreneurial people so eager to work that people flood into the country breaking the law to come here sometimes We don't have any enemies to our north or south Canada or Mexico We're floating on a sea of natural resources I just don't want people to forget that It's not all lost You know there's a future here If we stay grounded and don't get lost in this kind of sea of rage I'm always out there floating in You have to now on the head And let me give you a spoiler alert for next week

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No. 15 Michigan State sputters in 35-13 win over W. Michigan

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 3 weeks ago

No. 15 Michigan State sputters in 35-13 win over W. Michigan

"Number 15 Michigan state had their hands full with western Michigan until late in the fourth quarter when they pulled ahead for the 35 to 13 win Spartans lost two key defensive starters in the first half to injuries but it was transfer linebacker Jacobi winman stepping up with four of the team's 7 sacks Honestly my road is just you know was ever best for the team you know Coach made adjustment for me to go right there and play DNA and I was all for it The shorthanded defense also forced and recovered two broncho fumbles Michigan states touchdowns came from 5 different players showing the teams of versatility this season Marty Martin he's lancing Michigan

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Mark Walters: Smith & Wesson CEO's Provided a Strong Defense Statement

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:38 min | Last month

Mark Walters: Smith & Wesson CEO's Provided a Strong Defense Statement

"The CEO, correct me if I'm wrong, Mark, I know you'll know about this. The CEO of Smith and Wesson has stepped up and basically through some shade, thank God, and some of his critics that are trying to blame guns for the violence that's occurring in America. And he let them know that wait a minute. It's not the guns. It's not the pieces of metal. And plastic that's creating this crime. It's Democrat policies. How important is this to have pushback? We have to start pushing back against these lefties. This was a good move, no? Yes. And thank you for bringing this up. Because Carl, Mark smith's statement, the CEO of Smith and Wesson. Was the strongest statement I've seen in defense of the firearms industry as a member of this industry and a broadcaster on this topic for 14 years now. The strongest statement I've seen ever. And Mark smith's statement came at the perfect time. Now, honestly, I would have loved to have seen him deliver that statement personally and directly to the bozos on that committee hearing, including maloney and the rest of the Democrats who were trying to attack the CEOs, of course, at that time it was Marty Daniel, CEO of Daniel defense and Chris Cole of Ruger, who showed up at the hearing, Smith and Wesson did not show up. It was voluntary. They chose not to go and then Mark came out with this statement that basically put them in their place and put a stock in them and he did it. He did it with gallantry. He did it with fervor and he did it with the facts and the truth behind him and noticed that the left has been dead silent after that statement says it all, doesn't it?

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Backyard mosquito spraying booms, but may be too deadly

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | Last month

Backyard mosquito spraying booms, but may be too deadly

"Spraying for mosquitos and your backyard scientists say it may be doing harm to more than mosquitos Michigan resident Marty Marino says spraying for mosquitos allows him to enjoy the outdoors You like to be outside it certainly makes it more pleasant not to be swatting mosquitos But John meeker of the University of Michigan environmental health sciences says talks sprays can also harm wildlife that eat mosquitos such as birds and other insects like bees If you're using a toxic chemical that's toxic to certain types of species like insects you might expect to see some collateral damage The journal biological conservation says more than 40% of insect species worldwide are threatened with extinction David price of the company mosquito Joe acknowledges that we need our pollinators but he says we also need to eliminate mosquitos that carry diseases I'm Donna water

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Amber Heard says she doesn't blame jury in Depp libel case

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 3 months ago

Amber Heard says she doesn't blame jury in Depp libel case

"Actor Amber Heard says she does not blame the jury who believed she had libeled her ex-husband actor Johnny Depp in his lawsuit against her A Marty star a letter with the latest Ember heard tells NBC's Today Show she could hardly fault the jurors who heard three weeks of testimony from Johnny Depp's paid employees and random people her acknowledges the depth star power likely moved the jury as well I don't blame them I actually understand he's a beloved character And people feel they know him He's a fantastic actor Her does blame social media though She says there's no way someone could look her in the eye and say there's been a fair representation NBC will air more of the interview this week

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Can You Imagine the High Achievers We Lost Due to Abortion?

The Dan Bongino Show

01:09 min | 5 months ago

Can You Imagine the High Achievers We Lost Due to Abortion?

"I want to thank the lord for this day If this holds You know I was in a church just past weekend and father Marty who we've had on the show before He came up to me and we were chatting a little bit before the mass I got there a little bit early And we chatted for about two three minutes or so And abortion came up I mean obviously we had no idea this was gonna happen What a bombshell leak out of the Supreme Court But we got to talking about abortion and he'd said to me you know can you imagine how many potentially Nobel Prize winners and engineers and scientists and people who may have come up with cures and new versions of antibiotics and artificial intelligence and materials technology and things that could have changed the world new potential energy systems right Can you imagine how many of those people have been wiped out due to the abomination of abortion And I said you know what Father Marty you are absolutely correct and I've thought about this often How many of these lives snuffed out that would have gone on to change the world for the better

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Rev. Martin Dunn: Use Your God-Given Brain to Stop Insanity

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 5 months ago

Rev. Martin Dunn: Use Your God-Given Brain to Stop Insanity

"Listening You're such a powerful speaker and you don't run away from confronting evil And one of the things you were talking about yesterday was you know how when they saw the empty tomb Peter and John ran with excitement The excitement to evangelize the cause of the savior And I was reading along some of the readings yesterday as you were preaching your homily and it said at one point you know we ate and drank with him after he rose from the dead And I thought to myself you know that's important that we recognize that that they were witnesses father Marty they were witnesses they saw Jesus There was no reason for them to lie They died for it They disciples were martyred in horrible ways Why would they they weren't on social media media father Marty They weren't writing books about it and getting paid They died for this They saw it They were there I think that's important after Easter We as Christians recognize that They were on fire and they faced everything actually with joy They were instances of them singing and laughing and joking around us They were going through these worst tortures because they got it They had the perspective They're like this little blip of a life is nothing compared to eternity And we know where we're going to go for eternity And that's why they did it with great join They wanted ever everybody to recognize that They wanted everybody to accept that Jesus did save us and that Jesus was inviting them to accept that perfect love no strings attached And that carries on to today each of us each of us have those calling to have that same fire that same enthusiasm that same conviction to tell everyone use your God given brain recognize the gifts that we have recognize the unique role you have to stop this what I call best and sanity

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Marty Walsh Stops Just Short From Admitting U.S. Should Drill Oil

Mark Levin

01:35 min | 7 months ago

Marty Walsh Stops Just Short From Admitting U.S. Should Drill Oil

"The great Stuart varney on the Fox business channel is questioning Marty Walsh who's that The labor secretary Listen to this exchange on Fox business today Cut 9 go It's also energy We're not producing as much energy as we used to There's an energy shortfall which we can not make up unless we drill for our own oil and Nat gas Will the president acknowledge that we've got a shortfall in domestic production so we should make it up Will he drill Well listen I can't answer the question for the president but I can tell you that we're looking at all avenues on how do we deal with energy in the United States of America I'm sorry to keep interrupting yourself Is that on the table More domestic drilling Is that on the table in The White House Well it hasn't been to this point and it certainly looking at what's happening in the situation in the world right now that will be have to be a conversation Do you think we should be drilling more of our own oil and gas What's your opinion I'm not in a position to answer that question at this point but certainly we have to watch and see what happens with Russia We have to see what the world is doing with Russia as we yesterday we heard the Speaker of the House we heard send a mansion senator Murkowski asking us to shut off buying gastro from Russia and if we did something like that we'd have to figure a way to fill that Isn't it the foggiest idea Because on the one hanging knows that's what we need to do That's what he's kind of insinuating there But on the other he knows that the party line from The White House says no No And now again

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Dr. Marty Makary: Data Is Clear About Downsides to Masks

The Dan Bongino Show

01:43 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Marty Makary: Data Is Clear About Downsides to Masks

"The mask data Doc listen I don't get it here You know the Hippocratic oath do no harm seems to have gone out the window The data on masks there is no randomly controlled trial out there showing any significant effect of data in stopping this pandemic You've got a few here in that Arizona study which is already been discredited You have the Bangladesh study I think it was a difference of 30 people and self reported nonsense but there's really no hard data The hypocritical says do no harm But now we're starting to see data that there may be some developmental cues being messed with these kids walking around in face masks all day I mean your thoughts on masks So this just disappear with kids all together now and should this be a personal choice Yeah look I think my personal opinion the public wants honesty They want the data straight They don't want to sugarcoat it and hide the data and then public officials tell you just do this and don't ask questions And the data are very clear on cloth masks Now you're seeing a bunch of people doctors on TV and politicians come out and say well the science has changed en masks Look the poor size of a cloth mask was always one to 5 angstroms the size they are slice virus And the pore size was always 20 to 50 times bigger It's porous That was always the case The science has not changed What's changed is people are finally pushing back and saying there are downsized to the masks especially in kids and they're documented and we're playing with fire We have no idea what we're doing in uncharted territory covering people's faces for nearly two years

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Dr. Marty Makary Interprets COVID Data From Israel, Including Need for Boosters

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Marty Makary Interprets COVID Data From Israel, Including Need for Boosters

"Doc can you kind of parse through what's going on with this Israel data It's one of the most vaccinated boosted countries if not the most on earth And yet they're setting records for infections every day Is that how are we supposed to view that What does it mean Is it just mean the infections may be mild and like you said It doesn't prevent you from testing positive or that data goes around from Israel all the time and you got a thousand different people commenting on it What's your professional analysis what's going on over there Well I think there is this misnomer that vaccines were going to stop the spread I was never the case You get kind of a sugar high from the antibodies for a couple of months where with the previous variance you were less likely to test positive But now with a very sticky So it's in the air It's everywhere You can't avoid it A cloth mask is not going to do squat And it's going to sticky virus is going to land in the nose You'll test positive Doesn't mean you're sick It doesn't mean we have to do anything 10% of the population at any time test positive in their nose for meningococcus Doesn't mean they're going to get meningitis These are what we call colonized viruses Israeli data tells us that in older people the booster reduces the risk of severe illness and slightly does reduce the risk of death And so that's why I recommend a booster for older people who have not had the infection but if you have natural immunity you've got a great combination of hybrid vaccinated and natural immunity That's probably the best form Boosters do nothing for young people by the way Dan that was always the case That's why two FDA officials left the agency because of pressure from The White House to push boosters in young people New England Journal study out of Israel that you're describing so that the risk of a non boosted person under 30 dying of COVID after a primary vaccine series was zero You can't lower the number

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Dr. Marty Makary: There's Low Likelihood of Serious Illness With COVID Reinfection

The Dan Bongino Show

01:37 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Marty Makary: There's Low Likelihood of Serious Illness With COVID Reinfection

"It's what you're saying here that if you've had an infection that it's not impossible obviously for you to get reinfected but the likelihood of you getting seriously ill which is obviously one of the reasons they're telling you to take the vaccine you won't get serious you know that the likelihood of you getting seriously ill after a prior infection is very small and lasts lasts for a prolonged period of time at least to your research up to 22 months Am I reading that right That's exactly right And that's because when God designed the immune system he did it beautifully The immune system works And then somebody who's healthy barring someone with an immune condition like immunosuppression that immune system works beautifully So that's why we don't see people get reinfected with severe illness Now the virus can if you're immune the virus can still land in your notes If you're vaccinated or you have natural meaning it's still going to land in your nose It's not a community is not a buzz app or it's not a force field around you And that's where the messaging was way off We created this impression that you're somehow resilient He's still going to land in your notion in a test positive We've got to stop the mass asymptomatic testing And the death daily death numbers have a serious math problem And it's hurting public policy because Kaiser Southern California study showed one in 52,000 people with armagon died and yet we're seeing everyone get tested and almost every death in somebody with a positive test is getting chalked up to COVID deaths And it's just not true It's a major inflated number right now And it's hurting public policy

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Dr. Marty Makary: Natural Immunity Could Pass 22 Months, Suggested by Other Studies' Trends

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Marty Makary: Natural Immunity Could Pass 22 Months, Suggested by Other Studies' Trends

"I want to be clear the 22 months of circulating antibodies you discovered doesn't mean it's limited to 22 months when you're saying is we only know about 22 months because that's all the virus has been circulating around it It could be three years could be 5 years could be two years ago That's what you're saying right That's right and we've known this all along Our study out of Hopkins which was published in the top medical journal it was published in jama that's the number one medical journal out there Even though LinkedIn took down my post when I posted my jama study on LinkedIn we contacted the CEO and then they magically reappeared in 15 minutes Wow Like magic This is our top tanks Well this is the phone mission This is affirming all the other studies of which there have been a hundred throughout the pandemic showing that hey natural immunity works for at least a month a month into the pandemic Then two then four then 6 Cleveland clinic Washington University All these big studies kept rolling in and they public health officials kept dangling while we don't know how long it's going to last Yes we do because your hypothesis was wrong The hypothesis at the beginning should have always been that it works until proven otherwise because it works for the other coronaviruses SARS and mers those are the only two other coronaviruses that cause severe illness in humans They work long term That's been studied That's a settled science And we don't see people getting reinfected at the bedside going on a ventilator or dying It's healthy people do not get reinfected and go on a ventilator and die That is always been our observation but they are not seeing patients They're living in an ivory tower We have two centralized of a sort of decision making oligarchy And they're not listening to bedside

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Dr. Marty Makary: Study Shows COVID Natural Immunity Lasts up to 22 Months

The Dan Bongino Show

01:30 min | 8 months ago

Dr. Marty Makary: Study Shows COVID Natural Immunity Lasts up to 22 Months

"We finally answered the question that public health officials have dangled as an unknown to the last two years And that is does natural immunity stand up to the test of time And so my research colleagues at Johns Hopkins and I did a large study where we invited 800 people who were not vaccinated And those who had a positive COVID test in the past they had circulating antibodies 99.3% of them and those antibodies were present up to 20 months almost two years after because that's as long as we had people around who had the infection So natural immunity is present It's there It's durable It works And the NIH should have been doing this study not us They've got $42 billion My colleague Steve hanke who's an outstanding senior researcher at Johns Hopkins head of the applied economics institute Also looked at the effectiveness of lockdowns and found as you know there was no significant benefit on mortality Two tenths of 1% in terms of reduction versus a massive increase in non COVID excess mortality almost a quarter million people who died just from all the restrictions and everything we did Some people think he shouldn't have done that study They think we should not have evaluated whether or not lockdowns work I would argue this is the biggest intervention in human history and

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Biden sending more COVID tests to schools to keep them open

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 9 months ago

Biden sending more COVID tests to schools to keep them open

"About about an an administration administration is is making making more more covert covert tests tests available available to to schools schools in in a a bid bid to to keep keep them them open open but but will will that that be be enough enough as as more more grapple grapple with with closing closing the the White White House House announced announced Wednesday Wednesday ten ten million million tests tests are are ready ready for for use use by by the the end end of of the the month month and and schools schools can can request request them them immediately immediately but but that's that's only only a a small small fraction fraction of of the the more more than than fifty fifty million million students students and and teachers teachers in in the the nation's nation's schools schools with with safety safety concerns concerns mount mount Portland Portland parent parent Marty Marty Glickman Glickman tells tells Kate Kate to to TV TV her her child child is is afraid afraid to to eat eat lunch lunch at at school school I I think think we we should should be be online online until until the the spike spike you you know know show show some some sign sign of of changing changing but but Eric Eric kapple kapple disagrees disagrees it's it's pretty pretty much much useless useless from from an an education education standpoint standpoint but but it it made made keeping keeping schools schools open open a a priority priority and and faces faces criticism criticism over over long long lines lines and and supply supply shortages shortages for for Kobe Kobe testing testing the the administration administration is is also also looking looking at at putting putting FEMA FEMA testing testing sites sites in in schools schools I'm I'm Julie Julie Walker Walker

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Follow the Science, and Keep Schools Open

The Larry Elder Show

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Follow the Science, and Keep Schools Open

"We've talked about the flimsy evidence behind the CDC's push to vaccinate children. By doctor Marty makary of Johns Hopkins, we've talked about the article in the Atlantic by doctor then a Prasad. He's a hematologist oncologist associate prof of epidemiology at UC San Francisco, the downsides of masking gun students are real, published in the Atlantic, a student left publication. Now we're talking about the piece that was published in The New York Times by doctor Joseph Allen. Professor at Harvard's school of public health. Headline, we learned our lessons do not close the schools, all about how children are not likely to get sick, not likely to get really sick, not likely to be hospitalized and certainly not likely to die. Quote, as the American academy of pediatrics stated and report released this month, this article came out in December last month. Quote, the available data indicate that COVID-19 associated hospitalization and death is uncommon in children.

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"marty" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

The Podcast On Podcasting

05:08 min | 9 months ago

"marty" Discussed on The Podcast On Podcasting

"Like some things that I do are entertaining, sometimes I'm funny, but it's never really been like my first goal. It's been like, oh, that would be great if I could say something funny or wouldn't it be nice if we laughed, we had some good banter back and forth. But after hearing you explain the importance of it. And even comparing your podcast to a couple of other podcasts and it's definitely hitting home for me that that's something I ought to be focusing on. And I hope the listener pulled that as well. The one thing you hate about podcast is starting it off with, tell me a little bit about yourself and I hate that too and I hope the way that you explained it with that disdain, it's like nobody who listened to this episode is gonna ever ask that question again, you know? Please. I loved also how you mentioned when you started your podcast. You had at least those ten episodes already ready in the can ready to go and there was a few reasons why you decided to do that. So thank you for sharing about that. Also just talking about new and noteworthy being harder now than it was before downloads being harder now than they were before. I just want to share with the listener. If you're having a hard time with your downloads or if you really want to do your best to get on new a noteworthy, reach out to us, see what we can do to help. I definitely feel confident that I can support you with those two things. So if you're launching a podcast and you know that downloads are hard, you don't want to do it on your own. We got you. The next thing that I put in is if you're getting into podcasting to make money, this is a quote that you have heard and I've heard as well, then you're doing it for the wrong reasons. I'm with you, Marty. I think you should make money with your podcast. I'm a real estate investor. I've been doing that for a long time. And long, long, long time ago, people were talking about, oh, you buy real estate because it appreciates. And don't worry if it cash flows or anything like that. And this is a good analogy for what you are saying. For example,.

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"marty" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:05 min | 9 months ago

"marty" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"With that guy for a week. I went to Rome with them as well for a week during their spring break trips. I've seen the way the players have responded to him. I've seen the way that he interacts with them. And this isn't the first year that he's had a dynamic impact, but I will tell you, having spoken with the players, 800, who's probably going to be the number one pick in the giraffe. Heisman finalist. Josh Ross, who wants to leave a great legacy alongside his brother, that Michigan. They read social media. They saw all the speculation and all the criticism that Harbaugh's tenure at Michigan may be short after a really difficult two and four miserable 2020 season. They read it all. They saw it. I mean, ain't Hutchinson said to me, I hate that he has to deal with that. It's actually much more sweet than we did what we did this year so that we could silence those critics. And they're aware of all the narrative. They know. And they also know that they're up for quite a challenge against Georgia. And not only is it a great Georgia team, but a really hungry one. Let me come back and wrap up with that hunger because you said it a minute ago and they're putting up a good front or whatever whatever they're putting up, you know it's killing them inside. Do you have any better understanding from talking to them being around Georgia, what happened in Atlanta? No, I don't. But it was interesting to hear Kirby smart say today that I've said this about Alabama all year. I've said it on your show too. When they got M it was such a wake up call for players who didn't understand how fickle all this can be. How fleeting all this can be. And Kirby smart said today, getting hit in the mouth by Alabama might have just been what some of his players needed to realize it's a one game season. Like if we don't come out and play our absolute optimum level. And have the utmost respect and preparation for what the opponent is trying to do will get beat. And it is a one game season. And this amazing year that we've had Kenny and just like that. And so I don't know if they know what happened against Alabama, but they got beat up. And that's been the narrative in Athens. Interview Bailey for that piece. I told you that feature we did on Kirby smart. And he said something about the more they win, the more pressure it becomes, because the expectation now is elite excellence in Athens, Georgia. They just haven't won at all yet. And the big reason is Alabama. Marty Smith live in Miami. We'll be hearing a lot more from Marty as the week begins to head toward Friday afternoon. Marty, many thanks. Thank you. And we will take a short break. We are coming back with more of your phone calls. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Hello, everybody,.

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"marty" Discussed on Based On a True Story

Based On a True Story

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"marty" Discussed on Based On a True Story

"That compares your favorite Hollywood movies with history. Today we'll be continuing our coverage of HBO's miniseries the Pacific. A couple of weeks ago, we covered the first four episodes of the series and today we'll be looking at episodes 5, 6 and 7, which cover the battle on pallu. Then we'll wrap up the series in a few weeks. To help us separate fact from fiction, joining me again today is historian and author Marty Morgan. If you listen to part one of the series, you'll know Marty has been working on an upcoming series for the Discovery Channel about the Japanese balloon bombing campaign in World War II, as well as the new Call of Duty Vanguard game. And for our purposes today, Marty was also involved in the production of the Pacific. Before we start today's discussion, though, let's set up our game. Two truths and a lie. If you're new to the show, here's how it works. I'm about to say three things. Two of them are true, and that means one of them is a lie. Are you ready? Okay, here they are. Number one the Americans and Germans had an agreement for how prisoners would be treated while the Americans and Japanese had no agreement. Number two, the Japanese launched a number of major offensives against the Americans on pallu. Number three, some of the containers used to deliver potable water to the marines had been used to carry gas. Got them? Okay, now as you're listening to our story today, your challenge is to find the two facts scattered somewhere throughout the episode. And by a simple process of elimination, you'll be able to find out which one is the lie. And of course, we'll do a recap at the end of the episode to see how well you did. All right, now it's time to chat with Marty Morgan about the historical accuracy of episodes 5, 6 and 7 of.

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"marty" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

04:25 min | 1 year ago

"marty" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"So we'll start with marty. We'll get going with. Marty mcgee case let's Let's get him in. For some reason. Veritas get ahold of marty and we'll get going and while we reached for mardi i can tell you a couple of other places we probably will not discuss in any detail today but Prairie meadows tomorrow got a very nice pair of two year old of their two year old features the The very goal juvenile f- for the boys goes as the eighth Tomorrow night and the gold lassie perry gold lassie goes is the night. Ten o'clock eastern nine o'clock central night twenty-six Some interesting horses in here. And they had they had options. Because of course the ellis park The ellis park juvenile races. Those are seven furlongs. These two were six furlongs both For one hundred thousand the racist dallas a buck and a quarter. Woodbine has a particularly notable The king eddie. On sunday came up really good And it includes jolie olympic running back and of course we talked We didn't talk to josie. Maybe we'll talk to josie if If joe olympic comes back and wins again but We talked to richard mandella. Who had sent the draw. Some mire mare out to toronto for The state let's say of foxtel farm for reporter so nice car on sunday They run the greenwood tomorrow. as the seven furlong turf sprint. But of course Things are building up toward the queen's queen's plate so there's a couple of the out of town options and the best of ohio. I'm sure i thought or two even though he's tied into chicago you do have the best of ohio the stakes at this down tomorrow as well. So just some Some other options and alice park on sunday. Marty mcgee ready for a big gay. The patch the big stakes card mark the morning. How's your summer to catch up you know. I haven't talked. Use june twenty fifth so wednesday august friday the thirteen. So yeah it's been a while You know i've been to l. park three times already. Three different spans. Actually my girlfriend alicia has a house there and We've kind of taken advantage of this summer. And gone to various places in union county and and webster county and owensboro and Over navin ville. Actually we had dinner one night with my brother. Paul and joe talamo. We drank a little bit and carried on at a place called rock bar. And at the place where i used to spend the night with luke cripes every year before the gardenia that now the groupie doll Stay there and It's actually we're luke diet on on july fourteenth. Two thousand eight and Anyway we had dinner there one night. We've been a number places that one night we We packed up the card. The four of us and went up to st louis and so my brother's son matt went to cardinal game and i actually invited kurt backyard to go with this but he couldn't go that particular i. It was on august third because of his niece was in the effingham county illinois beauty pageant. So he could. He could miss that but For many many years ever since kurt has been the at keeneland. I always We always sore that we would go to cardinals game and that it also included bill mooney. Who of course now has gone but But my brother shame into betting on the cardinals of course. They fell behind six enough to buy the second inning..

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"marty" Discussed on Giddy Up

Giddy Up

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"marty" Discussed on Giddy Up

"As that's just the norm and that's the new Society we're living in or do we go back to the old way where it has to be right before he even tweet it and and are we holding, you know Twitter page what someone twice to the same level of accountability as a newspaper article like we used to so just someone direly tweeted that or I only put that up there. So it's yeah, it doesn't really count all off. You got 400,000 folders. So, think it sucks. Yeah, you know, it's like it's that's that's what you're wanting up. And I think that that probably answers your question better and it's not necessarily the leaking. It's it's off the rush and the the billion has to put something out first to be the one to go with it. So I certainly enjoyed the days I can see the benefit of instant news, but I certainly enjoyed the thought of having conversations with journalists and waiting for the print the next day and yeah gave you a lot more time that you could build better relationships with journalists. So what are you doing now Marty in the in the current age cities that instantaneous Society in this Cable cable wire is you know everywhere that and never held accountable for the shit that they throw out there. But if you've got players that you're representing and there's something going around that could potentially damage their brand that's being you know tweeted out by journalists or something. Do you sort of go? You know what we're just take the position of we're not commenting cuz there's no basis to it or do you think off I've got a jumping knee now because of got to defend my play because it's going to hurt their value or something. It's it's a fine line to walk isn't it? Yeah it is and it's it's it's more or less who believes it. So I guess it's then that conversation a decision makers that I ensure that they know that it's not true or it hasn't happened or whatever it is..

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"marty" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

06:04 min | 2 years ago

"marty" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"So It just goes on and on, but you had the same conversation I'm more out even when I went in college basketball. I hear the same thing or if I went to a college football game, you know I go to college, football and they. Race fans who were players. But some of the coaches. Just explain this to me. I can't explain it to you. What do you mean? Explain it to you so yeah, and then they always came back to. What about the competitive black I mean, don't they have those flying race right now? They're not flying every racetrack track. Even though too loosely. You just get sick and tired of defending the sport, which is a great great. Is You know great sport? Great people you know. I it just. We've lost a little bit I. Think because of it, you know we went through. The you know the mid-2000s and. The sport was on a huge climb and we were pro. You know getting close to being the one of the big four and. Very, progressive. And then it just stalled out and now. It's hit the wall and and. This is a heck of a day. Heck of a time and I'm proud to be a NASCAR owner, and plan in today's Day. Way More of our conversation with Brad, daugherty straight ahead, and he only gets more passionate, and we only get more passionate as it goes on. It's morning McGee on ESPN radio and the SEC network. Welcome back tomorrow McGee on ESPN radio and the SEC network. We've been listening to our conversation from Friday with former NBA number, one pick and NASCAR team owner Brad daugherty and we'll continue that now for many years, guys. Brad walked around the NASCAR garage and didn't see a face that looked like his face. Not One and I can't imagine what that's like to care. And so I asked him on Friday how he would define bubble Wallace's courage over the past month or so you. Of fact I sent him a Texas more than just again, telling him I tell him how proud I am of him. unbelievable courage, and you know it's A. It's almost a a selfless courage. It's one of those things where you're gonNA. Put yourself in a position. that it could go two ways really quickly. and and we see this a lot in every sport. You know I I was always very adamant from. Last decade or so about athletes staying out of politics and athletes thing i. Never wanted to get into any of that stuff I just play basketball. Why would the world anyone here what I thought? You know that's just. Felt. But I'll tell you you know as we look at our world today. athletes have the largest platforms, and they had the loudest voices and so What what did what did? It just takes tremendous courage. And you know and I and I he's. He's an interesting young man. Now you know we. He's talked about his mental health. He's talked about the stress. He's talked about the. You know he he wants to do well with the added pressures, and for him to stand up and do this and just I love his his attitude because he just takes it as it comes. It had to come from that. But seat. which is interesting, and it's never happened before because we never had anyone really in that seat. So, I, he's making a tremendous mark on the sport. he's doing a tremendous honor for his his family for his. You know the African American community and the community in general you know we. We don't have to just. Segregate this conversation as you guys and and and Ryan's article I read last night I thought that was one of the most incredible comprehensive credible articles I've read about the whole heritage vs hate. Because you here you have someone. Like? He did his article. It goes back through his own lineage and and connect the dots to his heritage. Which is deeply entrenched in the south and so There are a lot of people like that. That are breathing a sigh of relief today as well just saying this is the right thing to do and so but to answer questions. I'm so proud of him and you're right. Man I've been around a long time and it's always been hard. It's always the I I go to. These race tracks that bag and you know I. Get along with everyone pretty well. I I I'm apple and. An. Interesting or different type of kid, because I'm an African American kid that grew up in the south. In a really small community that was predominantly Caucasian and you know we had. Two or three hundred African Americans in the entire town and we all Kendall each other. So I up, you know my best friends were Caucasian. And I, you know I. Mirrored the things that they did. I grew up listening to country music, and we love it. They loved Arsala race cars, and those types of things so I have a little different perspective. But yet, and still when I saw that flag everywhere I went, it made my skin crawl, and I always thought that was unfair. Do whatever you WANNA do. In the privacy of your home or even on your property, I got no problem with that. that's what makes America great and wonderful place in the free. You know country in the world, but. I in public forums I don't think I should have to look at it because that's an intimidating and hurtful symbol, and I'm just so proud today and like I say he. He's taking a big chance. Because there'll be some backlash, but It was the right thing to do. There's the emotional side of it that we're talking about an, but you touched on the business side of it and Wallace. It's no secret has struggled to find corporate sponsorship and Enrich Motor Sports is has struggled courts-martial you..

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"marty" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

08:44 min | 2 years ago

"marty" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"The university said six symptomatic student athletes in various sports tested positive for the virus, and that coupled with the recent surge in positive tests in Led the school to suspend activities. Houston is defer school to do so after bringing student athletes back to campus. When we are reading these. Are you control in the same screen, because touch mouse, and that thanks bouncing around a Lotta. That's James that's that's Jane. Yeah, now I'm not sure what his hands are still a little twitchy from building a basketball goal last couple of days and It won't be buckets. Yep, I have all man bifocals, and I'm having a hard time reading it when it's moving around, but I did have unity both junior during a call that lasted some ninety minutes, and included one hundred players and several stars Kyrie. Irving made an impassioned plea on players, making a stand and sitting out the season's resumption in Orlando sources told Adrian Whoa. Generosity which I've learned I'm saying his name wrong after all of this boasting I'm apparently not saying it right. Several players suggested they'd be willing to sit out the season and numerous more discussed social issues, league economics, and ultimately a sense that they needed to be united in a decision on whether to resume. Well? About by the way we're. Speaking of woes, however, you want to say his last name receive. We're going to just call it that oversee the various. Nice note from him on Thursday night How did to about morning and it was on a coming a lot to me? Come from him in an awful lot. someone else who means an awful lot to us within. This company and just are just in friendship, Brad Dartey, who Martynov we both worked alongside for years. during the NASCAR. On ESPN days. Of Not of a few years ago and we talked with Brad. On Friday he's out on the West Coast and he wanted to make sure he had a chain us. We wanted to get up early. We had a chance to talk to him. He babysitting a grandbaby out on the west coast, so he asked if we could chat on Friday and we did I did not. I hadn't texted or called him this week. I don't know if you had because I. Just I figure everybody in the world was saint in for folks that don't know. Yes this is the Brad daughter that was an all American University north. Carolina basketball. Yes, this is the Brad Daugherty who was an NBA all star with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Brad Dr, who wore number forty three because he loved Richard Padding. he also is the Brad already that. Yes, he was an ESPN NASCAR analyst as well as basketball because he is to this day and has been for years co owner. Of A Cup series team jt. DARTY has won races. As a cup series owner, and that was his dream going growing up in Black Mountain North Carolina. And My. First question. To Brad on Friday as a lifelong fan of team owner. When he received a phone call. At Five o'clock on Wednesday THAT NASCAR was going to ban the confederate flag at the race track. What was his reaction? It ask actually happened ahead of that for me, Ryan. I was I'm in California. I ran grandsons out here so I think with my new grand baby and. I was just kind of goofing off is probably a little bit closer to about moon one o'clock? You're eastern time. I got a call and it was from Steve Phelps. And usually get a call them. Stephen trouble done something. Race car apart. Yeah, yeah, exactly right. On top. And he just told today. You know thinking about you. Just let you know that we're GONNA. Take a pretty significant stand and We're GONNA eliminate the confederate flag from all of our events and so let's not thinking about. That I didn't know what to say and I always have something to say I did not what to say and You know been around long time and just like you been around the sport forever. a lot of in. In various capacities, and but always been a fan. And the one thing that's always bothered me. As a sport has evolved. Over the last decades, it's just the confederate flag and I just got into twenty fifteen, and we had the little hubbub about the flag, and and you know had the incidents in Charleston and. People were more aware just became more cognizant it the the harm and and the you know just the intimidation of the flag. NASCAR stepped up and and try to do the best that they could do. and removing to fly from been used, but you know it's it's a big. It's a big apple. Eat and It's still disappointed when we went. Certain places not just see the. You know the vast majority of flags flying and it bothered me so but to go back to your question. I I was floored. I never thought it would happen to be honest with you and I always saw it as. That last Straw. That in today's world today's economy everything that's going on. There was always going to be that last Straw. That could break the sports back when it comes to The popularity you know economic opportunities business opportunities because I've heard it I've sat in these board meetings and. Listening to people, talk and have direct questions about that in the concerns, and even though we still. you know we still garner a lot of the top one hundred cup, fortune companies in the world and our businesses, some way, shape or form, there's still concern. about that image and what it represents so. Historic Day and I thought St I mean we're GonNa look at twenty years from now and It's GonNa be interesting because this is so historical. And I told you putting your neck out on the line, and I admire that, and that type of leadership is what we need in today's world. You know that's what we need. Yeah for business persons, perspective, you're trying to sell sponsorship race team and having to answer these questions, but there's also the personal side of it. And you and I've talked about this so many times and I've talked about Wallace about it I've talked to Wendell Scott family about it. I've talked to. Every about we all have to have had to kind of apologize. I feel like sometimes we have to qualify and so when you and I are talking to our friends in the stick ball sports world. And your. What would when you were an NBA locker room. And you're trying to keep an eye on the race at Martinsville. Those road is that you got from your teammates. I'm never going to race track with you. I mean I mean in in. It is not as simple as it just was the flag, but man. It didn't help, did it? Know. That is your soda at own and we have talked about this live and even to last. So I was. I was stuff with the cavaliers and you know I I went in I, was to come in and do some work with Tristan Thompson and do a little stuff with Kevin Love, and do some things just kind of be around the team and give my opinions. I Ha. I looked at great time. and. So I was spending a lot of time in Cleveland and you know different people would come through Chitchat and it was just a constant diatribe of. Man. I just can't get my arms around you. Brad being about mascot and it always always aggravates because. People always start this conversation with me about. How did you get involved? Why are you? You know why and I and I've been doing this for thirty something years right so that just aggravates me. To begin with, and then you know the players, some of the old school players, we had a big. A big reunion. Big Nba ran these guys wearing me out there like Iran. What are you doing? I'm like look you don't go to the racetrack with. We've got I'm back off. It's awesome. Great Experience and You can't get them there. Yeah, no, it's not the civil racetrack. What's GonNa Chase around? You just don't get it. And so you know I've talked to guys to a blue in the face and the thing that always tell. Who in the rural. What guy in the world doesn't learn of race cars? Who Does it love. Seeing raise. So It just goes on and on, but you had the same conversation I'm more out even when I went in college basketball. I hear the same thing or if I went to a college football.

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"marty" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

04:47 min | 2 years ago

"marty" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"On crane just heard the voice of bubble Wallace. And Navistar, but we martynov only covered him since. He's basically a teenager. And and bubble Wallace. From from the minute from one. He has said that if he were given the opportunity. And given the the voice and given the platform. that. He wanted to introduce NASCAR to. A segment of people who just did not feel comfortable there. And he's talking about people of Color. because. He loves the sports so much. And Bradford is going to join us at the bottom of the hour and we're gonNA. Ask about this because the same thing it's. It's you love so much, but yet you feel like you have to almost apologize. To friends and family who are like? Why are you going there? Haven't you seen this symbol of hate? This confederate battle flag flying. It you know in some cases, a lot of flags flying. And and Bubba Wallace's absolutely been the impetus for all this is happening is something we talk about more. For we took a break was The site of a symbol that you have to have and you know it. The heritage not hate. And what you don't know what that flag really means, and and all that stuff and and I said this desk, Vp the other night, and I know you said it, too. Which is man? There are so many ways to express. Being, southern. We did every day dude every day. I mean. We just had come back from break. Eat a bowl of grits. Talk about your grandma. I mean there are so many things you can do and wear and say in display. To Express how proud you are to be from the south. There's so many more options. Don't have to be that flag. I couldn't be prouder. To be from the south. where that almost leave every day I love the south. And born and raised in the rural south. And that was one of the things that I broached on I. Take the other day and didn't really get to to dive in as deeply as I would like to have with Dominique and Max and molly. Because it was the end of the segment. But just diving in even even another level deeper to things like. Apparel because I grew up and I know you're a Dukes of Hazzard fan to you and I used call each other a-. By. The Duke Boys and some people still call us to do point. I love that television program. It's my favorite show of all time. And I have t shirts in drawer over here. That have the generally the iconic nine hundred sixty nine orange dodge charger on that t shirt very big on that t shirt and on top of that race car is the rebel flag. Or I guess car. It was a race car in some scripts. On top of that car is the confederate flag, and so if I wear, that's t shirt. With with complete. With no other no agenda other than man I love that car in that show. But someone sees that t shirt and they are offended by that. How does that impact your perception of me? Even if again wearing, it is completely honest. And completely genuine, and and with with no agendas. and. You know. Dominique basically said man and any worth. And there's there's just so much to unpack I mean going to school. I grew up seeing the flag. And going to school who I mean basically on a daily basis, you'd see somebody on a both both safest t shirt or an Alabama. T shirt the band, not the school. That had a rebel flag on it, and I never even it never even entered my mind. It was just there. There was. In there there was never any consideration of being insensitive. But audit that was born from ignorance on my part I didn't know that I didn't know that it hurt people's feelings or that it was uncomfortable. And I've had conversations with high school teammates of mine this week where we were in tears. About some of the things that they managed. And, so it's an evolution in a growth process and looking inside yourself to love other people. So this important conversation this morning and we'll continue with Brad.

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"marty" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

Marty Smith's America The Podcast

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"marty" Discussed on Marty Smith's America The Podcast

"Money McGee only use and radio in the SEC network. That was some some fire and Brimstone Nelson. That was something right there. I got I got chills listening to myself. If you don't mind, could you hear me that big white ivory and gold lettered family bobble over there because I'm going to hit some upside, the head with? After that, maybe at Funk in Wagner's encyclopedia over to. You can listen to a hollering issue smart speaker to play ESPN radio, and we're as always presented by progressive insurance. Guests will join us on the Shell Pennzoil performance line, and we have multiple guests this morning Brad already. is gonNA, join us. for a while because you and I both know Brad for a long time and I can only imagine. what the last week has been like for. the world's largest physically largest NASCAR fan. Wore number forty three in a league because he loved Richard Petty a war Scott Grandson of window Scott. The first full time and one of only two full-time African American. Race car drivers in the NASCAR Cup series and in our buddy. Clinton Yates is GONNA join us. As we around the final turn straight on into. He'll headlines toward the end of the show I It has been a week. It's been a week. I never thought I'd see. It's been a week that I'm so thankful. I was here to see and I'm so weak. That I'm thankful that you and I. we first met at a racetrack. We don't even know which one it was twenty years ago. And this week. You and I have covered. Something, it is really believe we'd ever see you, sir. I agree with that. And I think that the reason that we got the opportunity to cover it. Was a convergence of variables that. Included and and the center point thereof is a respected. Successful. VULNERABLE BLACK COMPETITOR! Who? was extremely forthright in attempting and in many ways succeeding to educate his white peers. And an Uber Successful Uber respected first ballot hall of fame. Member of that group Jimmy Johnson and I was speaking of Bubba Wallace of course. and Jimmy Johnson. Being moved by. What's happening all across this nation right now? With this, push this March this movement for racial equality. And and Jimmy really galvanizing that driving core and win, that happened when all of those guys, not all of them most of them when most of those guys, the Marquee Stars in the sport bald in. And decided that they were ready to stand up which took a ton of courage for the whole group from Bubba Jimmy the Bush Brothers Ryan Blaney on and on and on I. Don't WanNa leave anybody out There's a big list of them. and. And that then, even though NASCAR had been considering. As a company for a long time. Making steps towards racial equality. When those drivers banded together that way, it demanded everybody pay attention. And Nascar got on board at Fox. Network got on board, and we saw what we saw six days ago at Atlanta Motor speedway with a moment of silence and. A an official kneeling. and. BUBBA wearing a black lives matter t-shirt that states. I can't breathe and then you fast forward to Wednesday which is. The moment McGee is really discussing that. He thought we'd never see. WHICH IS NASCAR deciding to ban the confederate flag? As the sport is getting ready to participate at Martinsville speedway. and. I think a lot of people. McGee were shocked. I wasn't but the I wasn't only because of the context of the moment if this would have happened. Without the context of the the national in N. Even Global Movement right now. I would have been shocked. Just based on the actual context I'm not shocked, but I will tell you. To your point, I just don't know that I ever expected it to happen. Now and I just you know what we have seen. In the past and you and I. We did an entire show. About confederate flag and it was like it was three years ago four years ago. When when they had the the think it was two thousand fifteen right right hair. Terrible, church shootings. And and the debate for the teeth time started in the state of South Carolina about flying. The confederate battle flag. the stars and bars is is called. over the state, House. On the grounds of the Capitol Building in Columbia, South Carolina in you and I on this show. back when it was in the afternoon and we haven't been doing it that long, and we went off for a couple of hours about it. And in I. Think there was an assumption because of our accents. Because of what we sound like. A faker otherwise that we were on that, we wouldn't fall on the side of rights. When it came to taking that flag down we, we hollered and screamed about it for two hours. And so this is not new in, but honestly believed the furthest NASCAR would ever take. It is what they did in the days after that. which was? It was the exchange program. Hey, race, fans! If you've got a confederate flag at the racetrack, won't you bring that over us? Souvenir tent, and you can trade that in for you. Know another flag of your choice. And I don't think a lot of people did that and I thought that.

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"marty" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"marty" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Marty on these hello everybody welcome talking baseball on this Saturday night and boy the introduction actually may be true at some point maybe there will be spring training two point no down here in Arizona as I said a couple weeks ago over the next two weeks and this is the end of that second week I think we're gonna have a lot more information about what could be happening in baseball and I think we're we're getting there this week the owners and players got into a back and forth about the about salaries and things like that and we'll see how that plays out whether the players can re negotiate with the owners a little bit based on the the revenue that looks like it's going down and of course the players say well you made a deal with us earlier and if you made a bad deal that's your problem so I think in a country where this thirty million people out of work that these two sides have got to get together and I think they will and today we had the health protocols put out by Major League Baseball to the to the union leadership and then now the players and people were involved will look at it and talk about it and then as we move towards what I think inevitably will be another spring training and will be a baseball season whether it's eighty two games or less or who knows what it'll be but they're shooting for the beginning of July so we're all on the same team everybody wants to be healthy everybody wants to enjoy baseball everybody wants to enjoy life and be able to have life with the virus still amongst us and still be able to be people who can enjoy being outdoors but be careful when you are so we're on the same team and I think players and owners have had this content Chris relationships for a hundred fifty years and at some point they've got to bite the bullet both of them do and say let's do this is a one year deal this is not something that's going to spill over into twenty one a new agreement let's get this done now in the fairest way possible and and move forward and that's what you have to do but baseball needs that warm and fuzzy look that it's that part G. Ahmadi there's someone out there to talk about the good parts of baseball because there's some tremendous parts of a baseball game that we missed so let's see what happens but as I said two weeks ago we're on our way and I think the train has left the station and I think at some point we're gonna have a resolution I think we're gonna see baseball again I think the country wants eleven baseball wants it and they'll do everything they can to make it happen so I'm glad to be with you tonight and course I always say hello to the family and the first stellen lolly and Evan and Robert in Marlene and bunny Greg in the know of and ruby and Erin working it by right and Christine and Barbara and everyone else who helped support me and gets me through this tough time but it is Saturday night it's time to talk about baseball and we bring in the third base coach of the San Francisco Giants the longest tenured coach in giants history and that is Ron wotus time.

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"marty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:09 min | 2 years ago

"marty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"April and Marty Wednesday April fifteenth what would be Marty tax day but likely is not yes I know and we're twice as normal as we were yesterday at this time right now thirty two degrees on her way to a high of fifty two very good now in Colorado's morning news the president says he'll soon talk with governors of all fifty states on plans to reopen their states from the coronavirus shutdowns I will then be authorizing each individual governor of each individual state to implement a re opening to send a very powerful re opening plan of their state the president explained that the day will be very close because of the differences between conditions on the ground in various states he also noted over twenty states are in good shape and will be open very quickly California governor Gavin Newsom is out ahead of that setting conditions for lifting restrictions in his state as part of a coordinated plan with states on the west coast he laid out six goals to complete before life gets back to normal that includes increased hospital capacity protection for the most vulnerable and mass testing we're trying to create an architecture around what that looks like in a very thoughtful way driven by this German by health driven by science not driven by politics students will likely be going back to a completely different classroom structure and physical distancing rules will likely be the new normal that is A. B. C.'s Veronica miracle reporting Colorado is out with the latest numbers of coronavirus cases here the death toll from corona virus in Colorado is still at three hundred and twenty nine an increase of twenty one does since the last report a day ago nearly eight thousand Coloradans have tested positive for the virus out of more than thirty nine thousand have been tested more than fifteen hundred people had to be hospitalized outbreaks have been reported at seventy eight nursing homes across the state there are virus cases in fifty six of Colorado's sixty four counties jury bill Cayley news radio but it does look like Coloradans are starting to flatten the curve you do seem to be experiencing a slowing of our increased and and perhaps even a plateau in the number of cases with that level of social distancing the stay at home order we have in place right now state epidemiologist Dr Rachel Hurley he says once the stay at home order is lifted the transmission of the virus could go up Colorado is looking at a number of strategies to determine the best way to re open commerce here including talking with officials from nearby states at least three people have died after an outbreak which is causing the closure of the Greenlee meat packing and the GPS facilities gonna shut down after today and will remain that way until at least April twenty fourth it's one of the number of meat processing processing facility shutting down due to covert nineteen Terry Fankhauser with the Colorado cattlemen's association says there's no reason to worry about the nation's food supply your consumer of beef you should feel you should be able feel confident in the supply you should feel confident in the safety of the product positive cases of coronavirus have also turned up at the Cargill plant in fort Morgan that company says it's taking steps to prevent spread Denver International Airport eligible to receive nearly two hundred seventy million dollars through tears through the cares axed emails package.

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"marty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"marty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Economy you know next week Marty we finished the first financial quarter of the year we might as well call it the corona virus quarter because this quarter and the one that's following at the second quarter we'll see an enormous impact on economic growth some of it sounds almost apocalyptic somebody's number here hearing from a lot of the research firms and banks actually exaggerate how bad this is and they make it sound way worse Rick Newman with Yahoo finance is talking about the numbers that say second quarter GDP will fall by twenty percent thirty percent maybe forty percent there's a reason that that's so scary during the worst year of the Great Depression nineteen thirty two I G. P. only fell fourteen percent one four one four percent but Newman says the problem with these twenty to forty percent decline numbers is that the formula that comes up with them assumes the worst so the thing with these annualized numbers is what they do is they take the change from one quarter to the next then they sort of compound them to give you an annualized number if the change continued at the same pace all year long Newman says a more accurate way to look at this is to compare GDP in the first quarter of this year to the first quarter of last year and same with the second quarter of this year last year analysts who have done that come up with a figure of four percent GDP shrinkage for the second quarter probably two percent for the entire year and there's more encouraging news most economists think we're actually gonna have a rebound once we get our arms around this virus and that the impact on the economy for the entire year is not nearly as bad as what you're hearing for the second quarter so don't jump off a bridge at the same time Newman says he doesn't want to sugar coat the current situation he says we are very likely in an economic recession right now the three day rally doesn't look like it has the most Joe for four in a row stocks are down today between three and a half and four percent for the Dow the nasdaq and the S. and P. five hundred one of the things we've noticed on our trips to the supermarket is you're lucky if you can find a carton of eggs panic buying is emptied store shelves to the point that some chains are putting limits on egg purchasers not only are eggs in short supply there also costing a lot more wholesale prices are up one hundred eighty percent over the last three weeks retailers are ordering up to six times our normal month to keep up with demand so you chickens in the henhouse better get busy that's a look at your money watered K. O. A. news radio eight forty four thank you Pat let's switch gears and had to be Kay's home studio talking about sports and bomber that baseball is in here good morning with the opening day Rockies all star shortstop Trevor story had no problem join a big Alan judge on the phone yesterday afternoon and he admits it's strange times that were in the car you know it's a weird time right now you know not only baseball but this the world in general your field we're not playing something you know we may very very badly right now but you know sooner or later we'll get it I can't wait for that back here that in tire interview at KOAA news radio dot com Russia's new back up quarterback Jeff Driskel held a conference call with Denver media yesterday and similar to what he said last week when he joined big Alan Jo Jo here's why the former Bangla lion chose Denver when I can identify them early on in the process well it's not my you know target destination just because I heard so many good things about the organization the culture and then the quarterback room with went through and then coach Shurmur I just felt like it was a really good fit for myself and for the team on Thursday NFL commissioner Roger Goodell reemphasize the draft will still be held April twenty third twenty fifth and threatened discipline to team executives who continue to say publicly that they wish the drafters push back and seems to be drew Brees and his wife Brittney setting a new high bar for athletes and really all sports donations pledging five million dollars to the state of Louisiana to help combat the coronavirus of course it's worth noting that breezes made more money on the field than any player in NFL history over two hundred forty four million Bucks that's board some brain crystal on gateway newsradio on the Broncos Boston.

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"marty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"marty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And Marty we made it to Friday it's March twentieth fox thirty one pinpoint whether we're just twenty degrees on her way to a high test above freezing but we warm it up this weekend fifties and sixties sixties over the next three or four days that sounds nice right now on Colorado's morning news it is a dramatic action new action from California's governor Gavin Newsom to help stop the spread of corona viruses are one body there's a mutuality there's a recognition of our interdependence that requires of this moment that we direct a state wide order for people to stay at home governor Newsom explaining more than half of the people in the state could be infected with the respiratory illness we get into if they B. C.'s Alex Tony joins us live from California Alex what he seems to shut down yeah Marty and that that number that you just gave pretty S. striking when the governor brought it up yesterday saying that the the numbers that they are running here in California that they're looking at within eight weeks over half of the population in California could be infected that would be over twenty five million Californians that number is based on if they don't take any of this type of action and they say by doing this that that that projection will go down but the streets here in California are pretty much empty now that the order is unlike anything that they've never been put in place during peacetime I in the U. S. the fifth largest economy in the world is California forty million residents being told to remain indoors you are able to go out for central air and if you have to go buy food get gas get medication go head to get healthcare get money from a bank you are allowed to leave you can go on exercise they want people to exercise it doesn't turn into a mental health crisis is well yeah but you can't be with the group you can go outside you can go for a run you can go for a walk but you got to be essentially by yourself not not a lot of people are coming together and it is now a legal order even though police are saying that they're going to educate not arrest they do have that ability if they need to and it is now in effect as of a couple of hours ago you can reference the so it's personal recognizance that you have to sort of you know decide for yourself if you're going to obey the order or not but they're not really gonna enforce it well yeah that although the LAPD and others have said if you are ignoring the order they will enforce it at that point eighty years now law that did you generally if you're driving down the street at this point you're not gonna get pulled over and asked what you're doing out there they're going to be a lot of kind of the the honor code here but if there are kids out playing basketball or if people are clearly breaking the rules well then they can enforce it and then that's when they're saying they will be she's not martial law by any means the governor dies and is bringing up martial law now to a point where people are saying well wait a second the the the governor he said that he is as he puts it a tool in his toolbox if we need to go that far but at this point it doesn't go that far and they're hoping that people will just end here to it and not leave their homes except for those exceptions if they don't then the governor says then they can take action and and then go toward enforcement ABC's Alex stone in California thank you Alex you gotta thanks has put a lot down be a reality here in Denver or maybe in the entire state of Colorado we're talking about it on Facebook Kaylee newsradio Chuck Clark is joining us live with the latest would be hearing away from both the mayor and the governor of talked about it to governor Poloz told you guys yesterday that it's an option look we all hope it doesn't have to don't we so when I say it's gonna get worse it's really because of the incubation period expires this is a serious deal here there's a lack of fact and so we're only beginning to see for instance the impact of those who were exposed in the last few days or weeks the mayor saying that residents better be prepared hopefully they're all act responsibly to stay indoors and to not move about unless absolutely necessary to do so now sheltering in place is already happening in the state down in San Miguel county in telluride that order in place till April third I'm Chuck Clark K. O. A. news radio thank you Chuck now if you're still heading out to work today it could be a slow and slick trip.

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"marty" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"marty" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"And Marty is back at it again with this one more time how you doing my friend Hey do I doing great good to be with you as always Hey let's talk a little bit about how you know when you're looking about life insurance documents in general financial planning documents I noticed people Inc actually including myself on this one you set your beneficiaries you're set to go but then you forget about him and life circumstances change and that can create quite a mess cantik boy no it sure can brother in the and that's that's a very important topic you know has situation here in our office recently where somebody had passed away and they've had a an old life insurance policy that that had for twenty years okay and in the meantime they had gone through a divorce and remarriage and of course the ex wife was still listed as the beneficiary and you know that is who's going to get the death benefit when did the individual did pass away and as much as it was not his intention for his ex wife to receive that that those proceeds is legal to the insurance companies going to pay to that's what was on the docking yeah so yeah you know and the the current wife of course was very upset and tried to challenge it and said it's a community property state it's really half mime all of that failed to win the day and what won the day is the beneficiary designation that's what in almost all cases you know is gonna drive where those funds go so really important that you know periodically he check on these things is not the kind of thing you need to do every week but as I said you know people have a divorce they die they get married they have children and and circumstances change how it impacts who you might want to be beneficiary and have that designation is carefully set up so Marty when you say periodically in this is that the first figure that popped in my mind because a lot can happen in a year in about three hundred sixty five days is it healthy to say Hey once a year I'm gonna check on my beneficiary status just make sure all my ducks are lined up in a row so there's no problems in the future I love that yes somewhere but you know a year or is a good time in in in most cases not in on the course of the year if you're married and your spouse is your beneficiary you know god willing that still going to be the case to your younger so it's really when there's kind of a major life event either births deaths marriages divorces that would trigger the possibility of a of a review but I think a year is a really good time to just to annually have a check up just to make sure everything is where you want to go in if you have a living trust you want to make sure that that's all updated properly as well because many times the beneficiary of some of these accounts will be the trust in if that's the case you want to make sure that the trust clearly and accurately reflects how you like those funds to be disbursed upon your upon your death so important conversations for share important conversations it can get tricky here.

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"marty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"marty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Marty with you fax thirty one pinpoint weather currently at nineteen degrees on our way to a high in the mid forties back to the fifties tomorrow and Friday our top story here on Colorado's morning news in Washington major movement expected in the impeachment process directed to president trump ABC's Chris Turner has those details finally going to see today the impeachment articles will be sent to the Senate this resolution that voted on the floor in the house it's basically what triggers that action it sends a message over to the Senate to say Hey guys we're ready now we've got our act together and then the Senate send the message back saying sounds good we'll have you back on this day and everybody will be sworn in and all of that starts happening pretty quickly we are expecting to hear from house Democrats at any moment we'll bring you the latest from that press conference as soon as we receive it president trump held a rally last night Milwaukee saying he did nothing wrong to be removed from office this is based on a perfect phone call did anybody read the transcript he says his critics are suffering from trump derangement syndrome man moving country to any decision he makes simply because he made it in other news last night in the morning top democratic presidential hopefuls talked about their position on major issues like impeachment climate change health care in a democratic field that lacks a clear front runner Elizabeth Warren went soft on Bernie Sanders after accusing him of saying that a woman can't win wells a matter of fact I didn't say he is my friend and I am not here to try to fight with Bernie six candidates battled on CNN over how to pay for healthcare how to tackle climate change and impeachment I say we have to unite the country is going to be harder after this trial it may be Joe Biden well blasting president trump's military action also defended the Obama administration's that also lacked congressional approval in the morning Jeff men also fox news in a Colorado house a disagreement over allowed climate change protest that delayed the governor's state of the state address last week Democrat Jonathan singer says many of the protesters were young and didn't deserve to be hauled off by police in jail for more than twenty four hours civil disobedience in this building outside this building will for ever be chilled the Republican called Larson's of the protest with too far do not a soul to the governor of this state from the balcony many lawmakers say everyone can say their piece of committee hearings for all who sign up are free to speak Jerry bell K. we do so woman is filing a petition using Colorado's new red flag lie to take away weapons from a Colorado State University police officer Phillip more shot and killed the son of Susan homes in twenty seventeen however was cleared of any wrongdoing home says that was the wrong decision there was a cover up in my son's murder I believe officer Phil Morse murdered my son Holmes talked to our partners at fox thirty one she filed the petition claiming she and Morris have a child in common homes plans to argue in court that she has a different interpretation of that term the hearing is set for tomorrow over a police need your help as they try to solve some recent vandalism to the tune of thousands of dollars as occurred Sunday night at least twelve vehicles had windows shot out with a BB gun near I. two twenty five in Colfax Avenue additionally chick fillet off of I seventy in tower road had several windows shot out because he at least eight thousand dollars in damage now they were pulled over our police department's investigation the parties in vehicles are believed to be involved or have more information they were driving a stolen gray Volkswagen Jetta at the time I'm fax anyone's Christy rap for Kaylee news over a PD are looking for more possible victims in the case of a man arrested for child sex crimes investigators say Andrew Sandoval was taken into custody back in November on charges of sex assault on a child he's accused of luring a thirteen year old boy who was house multiple times for sexual encounters anybody with info on more victims in the case is asked to call the police it's been very dry in the Denver metro area the last time it snowed around here was last month and don't look for things to change anytime.

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"marty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"marty" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And Marty with you with veterans day in the recent rear view mirror we thought it would be a good time to take a closer look at something that impacts many of our military men and women and that's pain relief and help for post traumatic stress disorder our next guest knows all about it and is turned it into a career post military retirement Scott canoe tune is a Colorado native and retired decorated marine he also was the V. P. of new business development at chief brands which is a Colorado based family run cannabis company's Scott joins us now studio I find this so fascinating because you have a personal reason for wanting to get into the cannabis Serena well my brother started the company back in two thousand ten he was the original founder of Keefe brands and of Keefe Cola I came into it later I was in the marine corps from two thousand eight to two thousand fifteen and when I got out I had suffered multiple injuries during my time in service and I was suffering from spinal pain say compression in my spine and then also blast injuries to my lungs as well as TBI and other just pain related injuries to you know over use and stress on my joints throughout my time in service and I found that I was on oxycodone at the time allotted prescribed by the VA and of course you know heavily addicted to it it was a slow difficult transition over to using CBT products and T. H. C. in order to transition off of the oxy code and relieve my pain and did you find C. B. D. relief to be comparable to what you got from opioids it wasn't at first when I first started using it we didn't quite have the right ratios of CBT to THC or the right kind of CBT in order to effectively take care of the pain I haven't felt pain for four years really I was you know so heavily on it so coming off of it was quite difficult at everything right away there is that instinct to jump right back on it because on the subject of pain management in a spokesperson for the armed services but what do you what is their view of the VA has become more accepting of it they won't know doctor will verbally tell you to go off and you know use cannabis products but they are becoming more accepting of CBT and I believe that there was a push a couple years ago for them to start investigating the potential uses for it for PTSD and chronic pain what was that transition like getting out of the military and then making that transition into the working world and specifically the cannabis arena it's something that a lot of veterans to struggle with coming out of the military and coming into really into any industry and especially the cannabis industry where things are very more lackadaisical you can't talk to people the way that you talk to them and the marine corps and it's but it is a little bit more laid back in the sense that people are a lot more forgiving in the cannabis industry of you know what I've been through and they're more understand it they're more empathetic of it then what we'll find a lot of other industries how much time did you have to spend if you wanna see getting up to speed least on the science in the research of C. beating cannabis I was fortunate so my MOS or my military occupational specialty in the marine corps was explosive ordnance disposal so I had got a background in the marine corps and chemical manufacturing chemical extraction for making homemade explosive devices and other stuff like that actually at Los Alamos national laboratories in other places so I was able to take a lot of that experience and knowledge and transferred over to what I do now in building out extraction facilities and got a coming of new technologies and ways to extract cannabis you tolls loaded earlier you work with making T. H. C. infusing cannabis infused beverages why are those do you think a good delivery system are are they better than other ways of getting a campus I do believe that they're better and was gonna cameras for a couple reasons and the primary one is it's speed of act of action so when you eat a gun here you eat a brownie or any other type of edible you have a forty five minutes to an hour and a half time before you actually gonna start to feel the if acts of it as your body metabolizes all of those bats and everything else and is able to digest them with a cannabis infused beverage it's much quicker it's already won its micro Melissa fight and so it's really quick up take your body just like out with alcohol in a beverage it's much faster absorbing into the bloodstream so you'll feel the effects within five to ten minutes wow so when you're looking at it for pain relief nobody wants you know for if you're to take a gun me you're gonna have a thirty minutes to an hour and half time before you're going to feel that relief for is if you have a canvas infuse beverage you're getting that relief within five to ten minutes you are the biz Dev person for Keith Branson I wonder you probably make products for recreational use but also for medicinal use our it can they be one in the same where you may be enjoying the benefit but you are getting the physical healing benefit of it too they are and I think that as we saw in Colorado with the sales decrease on the medical side a lot of the medical patients transferred over to the recreational side Justin sense that they don't have to pay for their medical card every year and keep that up so yes and the doses are much smaller on the recreational side being a ten milligram product and you can sell it to a hundred milligram single serve items on the medical side we still do you sell those hundred milligram products and we have a very solid following of buyers on the medical side with hundred milligram beverages just because you do get such relief at that hundred milligram if you're suffering from house of pain and you needed to go right away you drink one of a hundred milligram beverages it's going to be quite effective have you done a lot of education with your former friends I guess our current friends that are formally in the military with you about if they call you and say here's what I'm going through how can you hook me up and what do I need specifically I do a very careful when talking to them about that because they do you know I don't advocate for anybody in the armed services to go against the deities are statements on using cannabis or CBT that's you know you signed up to be in the military you know if that's what the rules are same as unfortunate as they are you know you need to follow what those rules are but as transition out of the marine corps I do educate them quite a bit on you know where to find their good products especially now with the fate crisis going on where we're seeing people getting and eight injured from vape products AB primarily in states that don't have legal medical recreational products ninety percent of all of these vape pens are found on the streets and you can get on to the CDC website and they're even saying that as well that all of these are black market products that people are getting into getting cadmium poisoning from them so I educate them on where to find good products that are properly tested and have third party laboratory I asked you about the the military perspective your perspective obviously about how they see CBD cannabis and in those products marijuana have you been rebuffed at all or or do you think the medical community medical let's say what is the AMA or eighty eight do you think that there are bracing cannabis more as a medicinal tool or at least acknowledging Hey this does have some good effects and it beats the traditional methods of you know whether to lot aspirin or oxy coat which realizes is very addictive are they finding that there that CD really does work absolutely yeah I I see that more more from chiropractic offices you know where we get a lot of our see beauty products into it's difficult for doctors because they can't necessarily prescribed to.

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"marty" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"marty" Discussed on WTVN

"A night Marty for the last few decades that you've kept me company come home late nights eight nine ten o'clock at night and I will miss that hello I appreciate that governor right I tell people all the time that the. those who listen to our broadcasts and home especially kids in run into a lot of people who said you know back when I was a kid I take my radio to bad absolutely. absolutely yes and many times yeah my response to that is no one has put more people to sleep the Jeff Brantley. he is never short on funny I love him very very attaining even love the game and go the Reds way let's afterwards of course Marty got really choked up and giving what was a farewell to the broadcast booth but not a farewell to the city of Cincinnati again I appreciate your love it's a two way street and hopefully will we'll see each other down the road because a man that are not going anywhere will be an out of town but I have too much invested in this city to pull up and and leave like other people have done in the past I don't anticipate a never expect to live anywhere else but this town because of how wonderful is banned in may and my my three kids and my grandkids it's just a very very special place and I hope that all of those listing and those are in the ball park listing your comments understand it with a passion that I try to to portray about this town very very cool man sounds like yeah Bremen's gonna stick around the queen city but it's probably got a lot of places that he'd like to go see because yeah baseball's all year round thing especially when you are the voice of a major league franchise that's pretty much your life for that long and yet he's seen a lot of cities yeah and some big stores for a Tommy thrall to fail he'll be stepping up into that booth starting next season but yeah for the Reds things are pretty much done again I have three with the pirates this weekend I doubt Marty wanted to make that trip just what the what the hell there's teams have nothing to play for as for the Indians they can try to sneak out an ale wild card berth but it doesn't look like it is their game and a half back of the Tampa Bay rays they on the white Sox into are there the white Sox in Chicago tonight but they lost eight to three last night so don't expect the tribe in the post season so baseball season unfortunately as an end football season that we are in the thick of things with the Buckeyes heading to link in this Saturday first seven thirty kick against Nebraska well Bucks line tonight at six ma'am according the game will be live from buffalo wild wings over on Bethel road with that one from the central Ohio Honda dealer sports desk researchers radios extendable you TV I. thank you more of your phone calls stay right there if you're there traffic.

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