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"maryland roland" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"maryland roland" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I mean you guys had Guillotine the Casino Champs Solomon in Infinite Abdulah FAB deuce use Ricci flow men cool. Yeah that was. That was a good time man like it was still a lot of. Everybody was still young. And you you know has some time and and I'm glad we got to do that. A new renaissance records. That's what you're talking about right. Yeah I'm glad you brought it up that you guys were all young. I mean you up Ricci flow and like in current current times because he couldn't make music is full-time Gig so he pays the bills being a magician. Well Yeah Ritchie's now me like Definitely one of the more Amazing Unions I've ever met Ricci flow. y'All check him out you know it's I get a little lump in my throat when I find that other people talented people good people can't make music fulltime you know I'm glad to see. Mark Spitz is still making music. He has a new video with guilty Simpson and he reps Dallas hard. So it's long. I didn't even know that that's tight. It's manages it warms my heart and see people that are just doing something for a long time and it's cool if you have a day job and you want a day job but if your heart set on music and you know men of a certain age they gotta go get a job so so real quick. Are you from Kaleen. Yeah I grew up there. So you've been around here for a while. Yeah born and raised here. So if there's anything Texas rap I know about it cool right on the I mean you know who else was big in the day where I lived fucking Josh Wink. Oh Yeah Yeah. I remember being in the Josh Wink. I mean he was huge with that argue their joint. Then I don't know if Texas had. DMC but scripts went and destroyed the whole genre from a mainstream perspective. So kind of pulled back a bit now. I feel I feel like it was done end before. Screw lecture he he just you know. Yeah I mean I I. I saw Josh wink somewhere in like I can't remember. It was like two thousand or something but it was. It was some good times times. It was a different scene that you weren't always in Texas. You lived in New York at one point right Yeah moved to New York for. I was only there for like a year but I love New York. If I if I had an opportunity I would move back in a minute. We'll we'll bring you back because I know Texas can kind of be like a black hole. Sucks you back. Yeah for sure but Ran into a a bad roommate situation. They're happy no. I'll be real with you. I moved to the East Coast and I had the exact same thing and came right back when I was in Maryland Roland. I wasn't in New York. I was living with craigslist roommates the whole year in like you know one of them went bad so you still enjoy going to places like. Jj's Jays Pizza Green Elephant. Or Andy is on the Green Elephant. They Oh yeah it's crazy that still around. I haven't been in years yeah. JJ's every every once in a while. I do a happy hour gig on Tuesdays at Dan. Silver Leaf on there every week. Andy's is uh of frequent spot. I haven't been the green ellison years men this crazy. It's still open or if I told you the music I like. I can't tell you why I like it but that I can recognize it. Well I think a lot of people if you say hey you know. Why do you like this song? I think a lot of people can't tell you why they can recognize it and you're a you're a creator of your music. Every minute is a cohesive project. There was thought that went into it was calculated decisions into what vocals or instruments used here. Let me let me say something that could maybe help you better clarify you take someone like miles Davis the majority would say kind of blue speaks of them because it's a good entry important jazz but yours was in a silent way. It speaks to you. How do you determine that? I don't know that in a silent way.

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"maryland roland" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

16:08 min | 1 year ago

"maryland roland" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Kind of the real point. That's bear the the the multiple points that are buried within this decision because that conclusion is something we told you months ago on the show right we told you back can episode three twenty four The way the Impoundment Control Act Works and that there was no justification but there was no compliance with no. Oh attempt to comply with the Impoundment Control Act to to do ten seconds on that Essentially there are two separate provisions geons that allow an executive agency that is tasked with dispersing funds the that that authorization comes from Congress. This is a legislative function But it is delegated to administrative agencies and so there are two provisions in the law that allow it administrative agency to say okay. You told us to do X.. And and spend this money in this particular way But we can't right now for two reasons right and the first is if there is a belief that that should be rescinded. That is section six eighty three and look. This was floated around back in October November as a potential justification vacation. But it's patently obvious. There was never any communication to resent the way in which you rescind. Is You say. Oh Congress wants to accomplish X. objective live but in the intervening time after they passed it. Why event occurred? And so now you don't need to spend the money to accomplish these objectives and the president it has to prepare a special report and go back to Congress and then Congress has to vote to rescind the funds they have to they have to pass a resolution of precision right. Obviously obviously none of that happened. That's not remotely relevant the second way in which an agency can withhold funds under the ICA is to defer and the and that's the next subsection subsection six eighty four that has to specific requirements subsection. A Hey requires the president. Uses the phrase shall transmit a special message to Congress that lays out six different things. No message was ever transmitted. It'd none of those things wherever wherever met And even if the president does that the the the deferral is only permitted Ed in three circumstances Easter set out in subsection B number one to provide for certain contingencies number. Two to achieve savings WHO's through changes in requirements were number three as specifically provided by law and then it says as as directly as any law says his quote no officer employee of the US may defer any budget authority for any other purpose. End of quote You you may recall that O.. M. B. A. and the office of White House counsel have not even attempted to offer any of these justifications right there justification is yeah we know that Congress wanted us to send money to Ukraine but we needed to make make sure that they weren't corrupt. I that that's not permissible reason to disregard congress. Congress gets to vote how much money to send to Ukraine. Congress gets to debate how corrupt Ukraine is and when Congress makes a decision. The president doesn't get to say like well. You know I know. The legislature said we're going to do X. But how about not right And and that's why that's why that part of the decision is is super easy and again that decision says Pretty much exactly the way I I some arrested. A wimbee did not identify either in its apportionment schedules or in its response wants to us any contingencies recognized under the Act and he savings or efficiencies or any law specifically authorizing withholding. They said that the withholding was necessary quote to determine the best use and to ensure that the funds were not spent in a manner that conflict with the president's foreign policy That's what Mick Mulvaney said they were or doing. And that's just not permissible by law. So look that argument so okay. I guess it's nice to have a black and white they broke broke. The law The really two parts of this opinion that I think are significant. The first is it also refutes the argument mint that. Oem Be and the president. were making that you would have otherwise heard during impeachment which is no no the Impoundment Control Act doesn't apply in the circumstance. There's no law here to operate because we have what is called quote a programmatic delay. Hey End of quote and think about how that works right like if you have some external circumstance that stops an executive agency from spending the money right. You don't WanNa say you're violating the law. You want to look right we get it right. And there's there's a really. There are a lot of really easy examples of how that could happen. Right suppose that after Congress authorizes expenditure sure There is a subsequent emergency measure and bank assets are frozen for example right. Or you know. There's there's an emergency allocation out of the fund and the money's not there because of other stuff that happened on the outside right and there you might say right a government agency might say. Oh yeah look like you gave us twenty million dollars to spend on this but in the intervening time there. Was this emergency. which which in which you direct you know? Hurricane struck and we were elected to build Useless wall a real emergency like that building. An easily circumvented convertible wall I know you're right like a hurricane strikes and we were directed to you know Send all available funds to help help fortify levies and bail out people who were starving in Louisiana so you know what that means. We don't have that money anymore. 'cause 'cause we spent everything and that would be something that could be a programmatic delay Gotcha so an allowable. Kind of exception to the to the exactly. And the largest doesn't apply lie when there is an exception to this opinion sites to a a number of things but the seminal Gao opinion on programmatic programmatic delays comes from nineteen ninety-one and as proof that you know monsters have been with us for awhile This involves then Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney. So here's what happened in November of nineteen ninety ninety as part of the first Gulf War And the segment called operation. Desert Shield Congress authorized money for building stuff quote in or around the Arabian Peninsula in support of Operation Desert. Shield right so you know. You're you're building these temporary army bases and stuff to to A- and and we had overfly rights for example in Saudi Arabia so We constructed temporary airfields shipped and and then landed bombers on those temporary airfields in order to conduct bombing raids into Iraq prior to that authorization. There was a moratorium. AM on building stuff in the Arabian Peninsula and that was renewed time and time again it was kind of an internal policy And Dick Cheney renewed that moratorium through April of Nineteen Ninety one so you had the exact same situation right you had Dick Cheney sang. I don't want US building stuff in in Saudi Arabia. And you had congress authorizing a bill that said we want you to build stuff in Saudi Arabia and Dick. Cheney raised this exact same argument he was. I know the Department of Defense didn't release the funds because I told them not to But that was a programmatic delay right. I wasn't violating highlighting. The ICA We just you know does programmatic delay And and the Chia said yeah. That's that's not. What a programmatic doc delay meet right? They said No. You can't do that when Congress tells you to spend the money. Spend the money whether you think it's a good idea or not. Here's the language we we do not agree. With the department's position that the withholding is a programmatic delay programmatic delays occur when an agency is taking necessary steps to implement a program even if funds temporarily go on obliglated. Some sort of delay. Yeah that's right you can jump to. It's a it's a math and that's language is reiterated here in this opinion. Here's what they say. Now we're jumping back from nineteen ninety one to the present. Omb's assertions about the Ukraine funds have no basis in law programmatic delays occur when an agency is taking necessary steps to implement Alabama program but because of factors external to the program the funds temporarily go on obligated this presumes of course that the agency is making reasonable efforts to obligate gate here. There was no external factor causing an unavoidable delay O. M. B. on its own volition explicitly barred. Dod from obligating amounts else authorized by Congress. So I think that will probably start hitting the news probably about the time that you hear this But in my view far more significant than kind of the top line conclusion because in addition to saying Yob violated the Impoundment Control Act and by the way. The excuse you've been giving for doing that is also nonsense and has been nonsense for thirty years so I think that is kind of takeaway number one from this takeaway number two and the only person that I have seen. WHO's picked up on this is someone? I greatly respect Maryland. Roland senator. Chris van Holland somebody. I don't know well but somebody I do now. Who has noticed that? This opinion provides additional and substantial stansel evidence regarding trump's obstruction of justice in connection with impeachment. Right and that is article. Two as the articles of impeachment printer turn. Yeah warmed up again. Here's what they say in describing how they reach their opinion. They say yeah. Okay we got these responses from O. M. B. and then they said we have contacted contacted the Department of Defense regarding its response several times on December tenth on December twelfth on December nineteenth thus far dod officials have not doc provided a response or a timeline for when we will receive one oh. MVP and state have failed to provide the information we need to fulfil our duties eighties under the ICA. Regarding the potential impoundment of these funds we will continue to pursue this matter and we will provide our decision to the Congress after we have received the necessary the information we consider a reluctant to provide a fulsome response to have constitutional significance. Gao's role under the ICA to provide information and legal analysis to Congress has performance oversight of executive activity is essential to ensure ensuring respect for and allegiance to Congress's constitutional power of the purse all federal officials and employees take an oath to uphold and protect the constitution in its core tenants including the congressional power of the purse. We trust the state and will provide the information needed So wait sorry I just try to understand that. It's not as though I thought the money is Paul released right. It's is it that they still want an explanation. Yeah delay that's exactly right okay. They have a second. I thought it sounded like they're still holding. No no no it saying that that they they have that as of right now. Executive agencies have obstructed justice and interfered with the constitutional obligations ends of the Government Accountability Office And and I gotTa tell you I have read a fair number of Gao decisions. I have never seen one that uses. This is kind of language right. There's this language was not used against Dick Cheney in Nineteen ninety-one right to say you're obstructing justice your breaking breaking the law and we trust that you'll stop breaking the law is it's a significant. They ran I get and I get the last sentence now. They sent him the end of our show. breaking allies yeah. Look I thought you were going to laugh because the GAO has no inherent enforcement right. Yeah I mean that a two. That's more of a single tear down. My they're going to refer this over to the Department of Justice and look bill bars part of this conspiracy. It's not going anywhere aware but billboard is not going to be attorney general for life and I think that you were starting to see the the idea as as people we're looking forward and saying you know what as this things are very very bad but we are already trying mm to figure out how to get a return to normalcy right like how what what things are going to look like in twenty twenty one and teeing this up as a way of saying if you are a civil servant in the Department of Defense Right now if you are career person. WHO's watched this us and you have relevant documents and you know that they should be turned over You could potentially face criminal charges in twenty twenty. What are you gonNA face? You're not going to face them now. but I I worked if I was a career civil servant like the I mean this is this is a tough choice right. It's it's easy for us to say you know if you are In that next tier down at the office of Management and budget. Or you know in the Department of Defense Offense. It's it's easy to say like trump gets elected. I'm going to resign but the reality is you may have been there for twenty years. You've got a family take care of and I'm not saying if you don't like it quit your job is that is a is a super privileged and tough thing to say And Lots and lots of people bowl have been pushed out had to quit their job but lots more are just trying to do the best. They can on a daily basis and I think this is aimed sort of squarely at those folks who were at a discretionary decision making level but are not trump packs. So so there there you go. That's the breakdown of of today's Gao decision and And and I think that I think that there are those items of significance since that are likely to percolate into the common press by Tomorrow or early next week. But are you suggesting p Andrew Torres that they could move do the noodle I I like to think that they could move noodle yeah I you know I really would speak in that debate debate I really would have loved any. I need any candidate to just be like. Hey I'm also going to make sure we prosecute all the crimes of the trump era. Yeah I would really love that it would make me feel better. It would make me feel better too and that that's a thing you know that we're you would have to break with Obama in two thousand and I mean because he was asked that during the Democratic Primary Hey. Are you going to go after Condoleeza Rice for war crimes. Are you going to go after the Bush administration for marching marching for. You Know Sending Poor Colin Powell off to the UN with photographs that you knew were of baby..

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"maryland roland" Discussed on Opening Arguments

Opening Arguments

15:33 min | 1 year ago

"maryland roland" Discussed on Opening Arguments

"Kind of the real point. That's bear the the the multiple points that are buried within this decision because that conclusion is something we told you months ago on the show right we told you back can episode three twenty four The way the Impoundment Control Act Works and that there was no justification but there was no compliance with no. Oh attempt to comply with the Impoundment Control Act to to do ten seconds on that Essentially there are two separate provisions geons that allow an executive agency that is tasked with dispersing funds the that that authorization comes from Congress. This is a legislative function But it is delegated to administrative agencies and so there are two provisions in the law that allow it administrative agency to say okay. You told us to do X.. And and spend this money in this particular way But we can't right now for two reasons right and the first is if there is a belief that that should be rescinded. That is section six eighty three and look. This was floated around back in October November as a potential justification vacation. But it's patently obvious. There was never any communication to resent the way in which you rescind. Is You say. Oh Congress wants to accomplish X. objective live but in the intervening time after they passed it. Why event occurred? And so now you don't need to spend the money to accomplish these objectives and the president it has to prepare a special report and go back to Congress and then Congress has to vote to rescind the funds they have to they have to pass a resolution of precision right. Obviously obviously none of that happened. That's not remotely relevant the second way in which an agency can withhold funds under the ICA is to defer and the and that's the next subsection subsection six eighty four that has to specific requirements subsection. A Hey requires the president. Uses the phrase shall transmit a special message to Congress that lays out six different things. No message was ever transmitted. It'd none of those things wherever wherever met And even if the president does that the the the deferral is only permitted Ed in three circumstances Easter set out in subsection B number one to provide for certain contingencies number. Two to achieve savings WHO's through changes in requirements were number three as specifically provided by law and then it says as as directly as any law says his quote no officer employee of the US may defer any budget authority for any other purpose. End of quote You you may recall that O.. M. B. A. and the office of White House counsel have not even attempted to offer any of these justifications right there justification is yeah we know that Congress wanted us to send money to Ukraine but we needed to make make sure that they weren't corrupt. I that that's not permissible reason to disregard congress. Congress gets to vote how much money to send to Ukraine. Congress gets to debate how corrupt Ukraine is and when Congress makes a decision. The president doesn't get to say like well. You know I know. The legislature said we're going to do X. But how about not right And and that's why that's why that part of the decision is is super easy and again that decision says Pretty much exactly the way I I some arrested. A wimbee did not identify either in its apportionment schedules or in its response wants to us any contingencies recognized under the Act and he savings or efficiencies or any law specifically authorizing withholding. They said that the withholding was necessary quote to determine the best use and to ensure that the funds were not spent in a manner that conflict with the president's foreign policy That's what Mick Mulvaney said they were or doing. And that's just not permissible by law. So look that argument so okay. I guess it's nice to have a black and white they broke broke. The law The really two parts of this opinion that I think are significant. The first is it also refutes the argument mint that. Oem Be and the president. were making that you would have otherwise heard during impeachment which is no no the Impoundment Control Act doesn't apply in the circumstance. There's no law here to operate because we have what is called quote a programmatic delay. Hey End of quote and think about how that works right like if you have some external circumstance that stops an executive agency from spending the money right. You don't WanNa say you're violating the law. You want to look right we get it right. And there's there's a really. There are a lot of really easy examples of how that could happen. Right suppose that after Congress authorizes expenditure sure There is a subsequent emergency measure and bank assets are frozen for example right. Or you know. There's there's an emergency allocation out of the fund and the money's not there because of other stuff that happened on the outside right and there you might say right a government agency might say. Oh yeah look like you gave us twenty million dollars to spend on this but in the intervening time there. Was this emergency. which which in which you direct you know? Hurricane struck and we were elected to build Useless wall a real emergency like that building. An easily circumvented convertible wall I know you're right like a hurricane strikes and we were directed to you know Send all available funds to help help fortify levies and bail out people who were starving in Louisiana so you know what that means. We don't have that money anymore. 'cause 'cause we spent everything and that would be something that could be a programmatic delay Gotcha so an allowable. Kind of exception to the to the exactly. And the largest doesn't apply lie when there is an exception to this opinion sites to a a number of things but the seminal Gao opinion on programmatic programmatic delays comes from nineteen ninety-one and as proof that you know monsters have been with us for awhile This involves then Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney. So here's what happened in November of nineteen ninety ninety as part of the first Gulf War And the segment called operation. Desert Shield Congress authorized money for building stuff quote in or around the Arabian Peninsula in support of Operation Desert. Shield right so you know. You're you're building these temporary army bases and stuff to to A- and and we had overfly rights for example in Saudi Arabia so We constructed temporary airfields shipped and and then landed bombers on those temporary airfields in order to conduct bombing raids into Iraq prior to that authorization. There was a moratorium. AM on building stuff in the Arabian Peninsula and that was renewed time and time again it was kind of an internal policy And Dick Cheney renewed that moratorium through April of Nineteen Ninety one so you had the exact same situation right you had Dick Cheney sang. I don't want US building stuff in in Saudi Arabia. And you had congress authorizing a bill that said we want you to build stuff in Saudi Arabia and Dick. Cheney raised this exact same argument he was. I know the Department of Defense didn't release the funds because I told them not to But that was a programmatic delay right. I wasn't violating highlighting. The ICA We just you know does programmatic delay And and the Chia said yeah. That's that's not. What a programmatic doc delay meet right? They said No. You can't do that when Congress tells you to spend the money. Spend the money whether you think it's a good idea or not. Here's the language we we do not agree. With the department's position that the withholding is a programmatic delay programmatic delays occur when an agency is taking necessary steps to implement a program even if funds temporarily go on obliglated. Some sort of delay. Yeah that's right you can jump to. It's a it's a math and that's language is reiterated here in this opinion. Here's what they say. Now we're jumping back from nineteen ninety one to the present. Omb's assertions about the Ukraine funds have no basis in law programmatic delays occur when an agency is taking necessary steps to implement Alabama program but because of factors external to the program the funds temporarily go on obligated this presumes of course that the agency is making reasonable efforts to obligate gate here. There was no external factor causing an unavoidable delay O. M. B. on its own volition explicitly barred. Dod from obligating amounts else authorized by Congress. So I think that will probably start hitting the news probably about the time that you hear this But in my view far more significant than kind of the top line conclusion because in addition to saying Yob violated the Impoundment Control Act and by the way. The excuse you've been giving for doing that is also nonsense and has been nonsense for thirty years so I think that is kind of takeaway number one from this takeaway number two and the only person that I have seen. WHO's picked up on this is someone? I greatly respect Maryland. Roland senator. Chris van Holland somebody. I don't know well but somebody I do now. Who has noticed that? This opinion provides additional and substantial stansel evidence regarding trump's obstruction of justice in connection with impeachment. Right and that is article. Two as the articles of impeachment printer turn. Yeah warmed up again. Here's what they say in describing how they reach their opinion. They say yeah. Okay we got these responses from O. M. B. and then they said we have contacted contacted the Department of Defense regarding its response several times on December tenth on December twelfth on December nineteenth thus far dod officials have not doc provided a response or a timeline for when we will receive one oh. MVP and state have failed to provide the information we need to fulfil our duties eighties under the ICA. Regarding the potential impoundment of these funds we will continue to pursue this matter and we will provide our decision to the Congress after we have received the necessary the information we consider a reluctant to provide a fulsome response to have constitutional significance. Gao's role under the ICA to provide information and legal analysis to Congress has performance oversight of executive activity is essential to ensure ensuring respect for and allegiance to Congress's constitutional power of the purse all federal officials and employees take an oath to uphold and protect the constitution in its core tenants including the congressional power of the purse. We trust the state and will provide the information needed So wait sorry I just try to understand that. It's not as though I thought the money is Paul released right. It's is it that they still want an explanation. Yeah delay that's exactly right okay. They have a second. I thought it sounded like they're still holding. No no no it saying that that they they have that as of right now. Executive agencies have obstructed justice and interfered with the constitutional obligations ends of the Government Accountability Office And and I gotTa tell you I have read a fair number of Gao decisions. I have never seen one that uses. This is kind of language right. There's this language was not used against Dick Cheney in Nineteen ninety-one right to say you're obstructing justice your breaking breaking the law and we trust that you'll stop breaking the law is it's a significant. They ran I get and I get the last sentence now. They sent him the end of our show. breaking allies yeah. Look I thought you were going to laugh because the GAO has no inherent enforcement right. Yeah I mean that a two. That's more of a single tear down. My they're going to refer this over to the Department of Justice and look bill bars part of this conspiracy. It's not going anywhere aware but billboard is not going to be attorney general for life and I think that you were starting to see the the idea as as people we're looking forward and saying you know what as this things are very very bad but we are already trying mm to figure out how to get a return to normalcy right like how what what things are going to look like in twenty twenty one and teeing this up as a way of saying if you are a civil servant in the Department of Defense Right now if you are career person. WHO's watched this us and you have relevant documents and you know that they should be turned over You could potentially face criminal charges in twenty twenty. What are you gonNA face? You're not going to face them now. but I I worked if I was a career civil servant like the I mean this is this is a tough choice right. It's it's easy for us to say you know if you are In that next tier down at the office of Management and budget. Or you know in the Department of Defense Offense. It's it's easy to say like trump gets elected. I'm going to resign but the reality is you may have been there for twenty years. You've got a family take care of and I'm not saying if you don't like it quit your job is that is a is a super privileged and tough thing to say And Lots and lots of people bowl have been pushed out had to quit their job but lots more are just trying to do the best. They can on a daily basis and I think this is aimed sort of squarely at those folks who were at a discretionary decision making level but are not trump packs. So so there there you go. That's the breakdown of of today's Gao decision and And and I think that I think that there are those items of significance since that are likely to percolate into the common press by Tomorrow or early next week. But are you suggesting p Andrew Torres that they could move do the noodle I I like to think that they could move noodle yeah I you know I really would speak in that debate debate I really would have loved any..

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"maryland roland" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

15:12 min | 1 year ago

"maryland roland" Discussed on Organizational Success Strategies with Business Consultant and Corporate Trainer Dawn Shuler

"Business consultant at the Schuler Group with the people. Thrive Companies Thrive podcast a few months ago. I traveled from Maryland to Texas for my thirtieth year. High School Reunion. Yes I am revealing to you. How old I am and thirty years? Seems a really really long time to be at high school. I don't feel that old not that I'm old but thirty year reunion. Wow anyway anyway traveled from Maryland to Texas and while I visited Texas a few times since we moved to Maryland in ninety five it had been a while since my last visit. I stayed with one of my dear high school friends and it was probably bleed the most time we had spent together in the last twenty plus years because I'm in Maryland. She's in Texas and so any time time that you spend safe three or four days with someone that you haven't spent that amount of time with it really really gives you a view into their lives and it gives you some perspective on your life so an interesting aside is the tourism slogan for Texas. Used to be. Maybe it still is. It's Mike a whole nother country and Texas really is very different and maybe every state people can say that but Texas does feel very different so going to Texas from Maryland. Different parts of the country for one the landscape looks different. The climate is different. The culture is different and then staying with someone for three or four days whom you haven't really spent significant in time with in twenty plus years. That's going to be a difference. What this all did for me was was one? Give me a view to somebody. Else's life in many facets anthony the important thing for the reason of this podcast episode is the perspective it gave me on my life. And what the differences were. You see we live our lives with this this view this lens ends and while we might recognize that other people are different they might have different value systems. They might process the world differently. They might eight see things differently from you. We all see it from this London's of ours and until something is put in front of us. That shows us that our lands is far different from somebody else's Lens we don't really get it so on a personal note. What I observed was at the way that my friend and her husband related to each other was different? Went from how my husband I relate to each other not good or bad just different. There's also the whole Texas thing so I grew up in Texas in the early eighties. And if if you don't know Texas what I can tell. You is for about six to seven eight months of the year. It is really hot. Like ninety two triple digit weather for six plus months. It's just awful and for for eight years I lived there growing up. We didn't have air conditioning. And I will tell you that right now. That is something I don't scrimp on. I don't like to be hot like that was an awful horrible thing. Just hundred degree weather and there's no relief and you're you just I just feel like you're melting all the time anyway so Texas is hot. The Dallas area is hot six to seven months of the year. So what that means is. There's not a lot to do outside. Yes you can go to pools and water parks. Whatever but you? You don't really spend a lot of time outside in the hot months of Texas so Texas especially the Dallas area does two things very very well it. It does restaurants and it does shopping extremely well so it was fascinating to visit areas that it twenty years twenty five thirty years when I lived. There weren't even recognizable if you had plopped me down in Irving Irving Las Colinas Dallas area and blindfolded me and open my eyes. I'd say I've never been here before in my life. It was that different. The one thing that wasn't completely different was that there's a restaurant every who seconds. You've got a thousand and I'm not exaggerating. We have a thousand different options of where you want to eat out in any given day whereas here in Maryland Roland yes. We have restaurants. But they're not within spitting distance. You drive to them. And they're not every single place place in there. It's just very different. It's really hard to explain so traveling to Texas and landing at the the airport being there. It's different almost from the get-go this opportunity like I said to observe my friend end her relationship with her husband and then reflect upon my life and my relationship with my husband and then all my old high school friends and how their lives were whatever they were and some of them were exactly where they'd lived when we were growing up in maybe a few had moved in our two way but their lives were really focused in the Texas area. The Maryland areas for different were forty five minutes away from DC. Were fifty minutes away. Okay from Baltimore where we live in Maryland and so we're right on the outer edge of not just these major metropolitan areas but the center center of the government of the United States many organizations and companies have their headquarters or at least a large satellite office this in the DC metro area because it's central to the whole country you go to Texas and there's this little a bit of isolation of this large metropolitan area but then what's around it Kansas and Oklahoma and Louisiana who have their own isolated metro areas. But it's not nearly as densely populated as the east coast so again very very different. Where am I going with all this? This experience really had me look at my relationships how I conduct myself how others others conduct themselves and I started to realize what if everybody had this experience to observe others in a different environment in their natural habitat so to speak it gives you an appreciation for the fact that yes. I live where I live. I am around people who are in the same area as I we we live right outside. DC and Baltimore and that's very different from someone who lives in the suburbs of Dallas Fort Worth Perry very different and in talking to people who live in a completely different geographical area. You you realize their lens through which they view life business et Cetera is very different. What if we could have that same experience for work almost like an exchange program maybe interdepartmental intercompany? It would give some really interesting insights into processes relationships CBS managerial leadership styles right. So if you have that say exchange change program where let's say for day one person from one department goes to another department. That other department sends somebody from that to the first one and it's like a cultural exchange program but within company they can say. Oh that's what this department does. That's why this role is important important. We have worked with organizations in companies before where every department was like this individual silo and within the department they could be really strong and and team and work well together and do their jobs really well but they didn't really have that same feeling Camaraderie team him atmosphere with the other departments. It was like were this. And they're that over there. I don't know what they do and there could almost be some aggravation and aggression. So if you do this exchange program say interdepartmental departmental early so that somebody from department a could really see the value of Department B. and vice versa. You're just that change of leads could make a huge difference. I've heard of companies. We haven't experienced it personally. But I've heard of companies who you take upper management maybe even C. Suite executives and put them in say the mail room and then takes up from the mail room and put them up into the C. Suite just they can see like what it's like the different responsibilities the levels of engagement the processes. What's important because honestly in the mail room? There are certain things that are very important. -portant C. Suite executives don't really understand the level of importance that somebody in the mail room absolutely really understands is important and of course people in the mail room. Don't understand the overarching responsibility that the C. Suite executives have what if we could create an exchange program with in an organization Russian analysts take it a step further. What if we could create an exchange program among long companies and organizations because even the same level of person so say a manager or a C.? Suite executive ah or the administrative assistant or the marketing manager if they even went to the same level horizontal horizontal position in a different organization. They'd say Oh this person in my same role they do it differently at this organization Haha. How can I adapt that back to my my organization? Or Wow we do things this way. It works really well and I didn't realize discuss what a positive that was. I always thought of it as just A. That's how we do things now. I'm realizing it's a real advantage to how we do our work doc. There's so many things to take from this. It's could we do it better. Could we appreciate how we're doing it now now. Could we do it differently. Could we think of things that just. We'd never thought of really stretching ching that Thermostat of this is how we've always done it or this is how we do it. You don't know what you don't know that's what an an exchange program with. Do it tells you what you don't now allows you to observe another way of doing things and it gives as you perspective on how you do things in your own organization. I would love up to see a movement of an exchange program I within organizations and then between organizations and in companies I think so much could be learned and gained from that. What are your thoughts? What do you think would you take that radical stop to implement such a thing in your own organization? I'd I would love to hear your thoughts so please reach out to me at dawn at the Schuler Group. Llc Dot Com and tell me what you think maybe we can start exchange program among the few of us who are willing to take that big step until next time. May you thrive.

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"maryland roland" Discussed on Upgrade

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"Because son I had no idea but if you lake boy and war and the early you to check out my honest face by inhaler it is like a tribute it. It sounds Great Jason. Sla I had no idea now. My number two in the list was bags by Clara which is actually my favorite song of two thousand nineteen eighteen. But she didn't make it to number one for some reason because I played that song my honest face a lot to my my favorite song. is by is overnight by Maggie. Garages which I mean. This song was number one but like my top ten songs of the year. It's just full of Maghera just like her album is just incredible just unbelievable. I have a Maggie Roger Story here which is also really funny that that I just realized on Friday so on Friday I was listening because I keep playlists of like my favorite songs of the year and Friday. I was listening to love you for a long time by Maggie. Rogers and I thought I really love this song. I need to look up Maggie Rogers and see what other stuff she's got because maybe I should listen to other stuff from her and I found I off one of my favorite things that happens in the extreme music era where I'm picking up songs here and there. Just based on their appearances and various playlist is I discover later not that they're related to somebody from Youtube. Although sometimes does that happens. But I discovered later that I've actually liked several of this person's songs but didn't know it was the same person and that's always a great sign like after the fact it's like Oh this person's music really works for you. You should explore them further and that's happened to a bunch of artists and I found with Maggie Rogers that in addition to love you for a long time. She had the song light on which which was also in the platelets. Because I really like that song. At which point I finally read up on her history and discovered that that viral video where she plays Song Alaska for Ferrall L. Williams and he starts to dry because it's so good and he has nothing to teach her about being a musician by then. Keep doing what you're doing which was really great so I've added her album now to my librarian I listen to it so she her the album that she put out. I think it was. I think it was last year was is at the very entertained but heard a pass. Life is just absolutely wall to wall. Incredible like you have not listened to that album. You should listen to that album because it is absolutely fantastic. It's a great example to of somebody she was born she. She grew up in rural tidal Maryland. Roland and spent a lot of her formative life with should born nineteen ninety-four. She's she's pretty young Around folk music and she was like a man Joe Player and then she comes to Nyu and is In their creative arts program basically their music program. The Club Davis the school and you can hear her folk music background and her in in her music but but it's modern music like she. She is synthesizing this classic kind of folk music and then taking it to a completely different place. which is that's what makes somebody a great musical artists so yeah it was great that I saw her in your list here because I was digging being in on her on Friday because I like a lot of like the topless is also delineated by vampire? Weekend's most recent album which I absolutely loved it features Daniel Daniel hyme from the Japan high. Yeah so one of my favorites like she's on three or four of the songs. I didn't know that out because I like album is like an absolute return to form for vampire. We can't far for the bride. Is the name of the album. That was my most listen to album of the year. It's funny how time works. It's like most of the songs are Maggie Rogers. But I'm listened to the album that there might. They were my two favorite albums of last last year I also loved full Salaam toodle cinema club. There's more recommendations for you want them much L. asks. Do you use multiple volumes in urinetown in town Mac boot disk one for system of documents or whatever you just use one big volume and other any pros and cons to wo- method of the other after reading about I forget who it was now Somebody's approach to photos. I actually have have finally embraced a PF S and so. I have well first off one for system one for documents. Catalina means that you have half of volume for system like Catalina enforces that you have a volume for system. It's called the name of Your Volume Space Dash Space System. I think correct. That's that's everybody gets that now in Catalina but I also have an API volume called photos that has a mccollum size and the idea here. Is that all these volumes share space. You don't have to like commit ten gigs over here. And then so you don't get that taken gigs. Anywhere else they all share space which is great but you can enforce a quota and what that means is. I've got my photo library set to only download what it needs. It's not sinking the whole library because it won't fit on my SSD and those but as downloading what it needs. It's waiting until it gets to a certain percentage before it starts deleting stuff so it will fill up a lot of your drive before it will start deleting stuff and the tip that I got from somebody who I can't remember. Now sorry about. That is is mega photos volume give it a quota a maximum size it can be and then when it reaches near ten percent of that it. It'll it'll start deleting files and it won't expand to fill all the space on your hard drive and so I am doing that and that's the first time I've done something like that but that's it I don't I don't do a lot of partitions I generally just kind of want everything in one place. Yeah I don't I don't do anything like that. I just I feel like I would start to lose track of where everything thing was being kept and then it would just become more of a problem I would say that now with. APS This is a great time to do that. If you're a kind of person who wants to do these partitions because they don't steal steal the space and that's huge right again you don't WanNa have This oh God. Why did I make that partition fifty gigabytes? Because I me I really could use another thirty gigabytes now in its over there. It's empty but I'm over here like AP faster that doesn't happen so It's much more kind of free but yeah I never did because I I. I don't even more places to look for stuff and in the end it's one logical volume so it doesn't it's literally one disc so it kind of doesn't matter but with the photos thing I'm trying that and that's actually pretty cool. All right. Final question today comes from Brian. Do you use your left. modifier keys or right modifier McKee's more often and do you think a lines of your general handedness Bryan Bryan Bryan on twitter. This is a good question and I have a little bit of a weird answer to. I discovered that I always used the left command key. Always I never use the right command key. A A write command key the right control. Somebody's talking because there was a keyboard back to keyboards. There was a keyboard that didn't what was it was they had moved. Oh it was. There was a keyboard that Had A little tiny command kier control key and they had moved at like one was only on one side and not the other and I realized the first moment I use this keyboard board. I can't use this keyboard because this keyboard prioritizes this right command key or control key or whatever and not the left one and everything I do eh. Somebody pointed out in this twitter thread. All the good stuff like command command queue command. A those are all over there on the left side of the keyboard anyway and if I want to print something my left thumb goes down on the command key and my right index finger. Middle Finger goes on the P.. I do not switch to the right command key and and then with my right hand do command i. I can't explain it. I can't explain anything about how I type. I'm a self taught typist. I type fast but I don't type conventionally I just pot lot myself it's not a system you learn system I made up and I can't explain the the command key other than maybe it goes back to when I had an apple two and there was like the open apple key in the closed apple key and they were different. I don't know the answer is my left thumb. Does it all so I was trying to pay attention to what I'm doing. And the only the only real patents headland is the I used the left Camman key most often the reason I think I do. This is because most of the shortcuts cuts that. I want to use command for a located on the left side of the keyboard. Yeah so like come on come on the world the good ones are yeah right so like. I'm used to doing that and I use the right shift key the most because I love the time when I'm using shift I'm selecting things and the Eric from the right hand side so they're the only you too. I've noticed that like I was using those consistently in that way. I I use the shift on the on the left side. Most of the time. I think there are times times. If I'm like capitalizing a letter on the left side. Maybe I use the right shift but for the most like using Arrow keys to select stuff. I don't use like a finger of my right hand to hold down shift while I also use my right hand for the Eric. I do not do that. I I'm using the right hand for the Eric in the left hand for the shift key this is Shirley there have been like a graduate student theses written on on keyboarding methods right where they just photographed people using their keyboards and come up with like what the different populations are. You're about that but it's a great question Brian. Because it's it's super weird right. It's and I don't think it has to do with left handed or right handed because I'm right handed in your left handed and we both use the left command key so I when I saw this question I was like. That's a silly question Brian. Nobody does that and then like paid attention to I was like oh I do. I have ways that I worked so great question Bryan Bryan Hamilton. Now if you would like to send in a question for us to answer future episodes send out a tweet with the Hashtag ask upgrade and it will be sent into a list which included later on. I want to thank our sponsors again.

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"maryland roland" Discussed on Upgrade

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"Because son I had no idea but if you lake boy and war and the early you to check out my honest face by inhaler it is like a tribute it. It sounds Great Jason. Sla I had no idea now. My number two in the list was bags by Clara which is actually my favorite song of two thousand nineteen eighteen. But she didn't make it to number one for some reason because I played that song my honest face a lot to my my favorite song. is by is overnight by Maggie. Garages which I mean. This song was number one but like my top ten songs of the year. It's just full of Maghera just like her album is just incredible just unbelievable. I have a Maggie Roger Story here which is also really funny that that I just realized on Friday so on Friday I was listening because I keep playlists of like my favorite songs of the year and Friday. I was listening to love you for a long time by Maggie. Rogers and I thought I really love this song. I need to look up Maggie Rogers and see what other stuff she's got because maybe I should listen to other stuff from her and I found I off one of my favorite things that happens in the extreme music era where I'm picking up songs here and there. Just based on their appearances and various playlist is I discover later not that they're related to somebody from Youtube. Although sometimes does that happens. But I discovered later that I've actually liked several of this person's songs but didn't know it was the same person and that's always a great sign like after the fact it's like Oh this person's music really works for you. You should explore them further and that's happened to a bunch of artists and I found with Maggie Rogers that in addition to love you for a long time. She had the song light on which which was also in the platelets. Because I really like that song. At which point I finally read up on her history and discovered that that viral video where she plays Song Alaska for Ferrall L. Williams and he starts to dry because it's so good and he has nothing to teach her about being a musician by then. Keep doing what you're doing which was really great so I've added her album now to my librarian I listen to it so she her the album that she put out. I think it was. I think it was last year was is at the very entertained but heard a pass. Life is just absolutely wall to wall. Incredible like you have not listened to that album. You should listen to that album because it is absolutely fantastic. It's a great example to of somebody she was born she. She grew up in rural tidal Maryland. Roland and spent a lot of her formative life with should born nineteen ninety-four. She's she's pretty young Around folk music and she was like a man Joe Player and then she comes to Nyu and is In their creative arts program basically their music program. The Club Davis the school and you can hear her folk music background and her in in her music but but it's modern music like she. She is synthesizing this classic kind of folk music and then taking it to a completely different place. which is that's what makes somebody a great musical artists so yeah it was great that I saw her in your list here because I was digging being in on her on Friday because I like a lot of like the topless is also delineated by vampire? Weekend's most recent album which I absolutely loved it features Daniel Daniel hyme from the Japan high. Yeah so one of my favorites like she's on three or four of the songs. I didn't know that out because I like album is like an absolute return to form for vampire. We can't far for the bride. Is the name of the album. That was my most listen to album of the year. It's funny how time works. It's like most of the songs are Maggie Rogers. But I'm listened to the album that there might. They were my two favorite albums of last last year I also loved full Salaam toodle cinema club. There's more recommendations for you want them much L. asks. Do you use multiple volumes in urinetown in town Mac boot disk one for system of documents or whatever you just use one big volume and other any pros and cons to wo- method of the other after reading about I forget who it was now Somebody's approach to photos. I actually have have finally embraced a PF S and so. I have well first off one for system one for documents. Catalina means that you have half of volume for system like Catalina enforces that you have a volume for system. It's called the name of Your Volume Space Dash Space System. I think correct. That's that's everybody gets that now in Catalina but I also have an API volume called photos that has a mccollum size and the idea here. Is that all these volumes share space. You don't have to like commit ten gigs over here. And then so you don't get that taken gigs. Anywhere else they all share space which is great but you can enforce a quota and what that means is. I've got my photo library set to only download what it needs. It's not sinking the whole library because it won't fit on my SSD and those but as downloading what it needs. It's waiting until it gets to a certain percentage before it starts deleting stuff so it will fill up a lot of your drive before it will start deleting stuff and the tip that I got from somebody who I can't remember. Now sorry about. That is is mega photos volume give it a quota a maximum size it can be and then when it reaches near ten percent of that it. It'll it'll start deleting files and it won't expand to fill all the space on your hard drive and so I am doing that and that's the first time I've done something like that but that's it I don't I don't do a lot of partitions I generally just kind of want everything in one place. Yeah I don't I don't do anything like that. I just I feel like I would start to lose track of where everything thing was being kept and then it would just become more of a problem I would say that now with. APS This is a great time to do that. If you're a kind of person who wants to do these partitions because they don't steal steal the space and that's huge right again you don't WanNa have This oh God. Why did I make that partition fifty gigabytes? Because I me I really could use another thirty gigabytes now in its over there. It's empty but I'm over here like AP faster that doesn't happen so It's much more kind of free but yeah I never did because I I. I don't even more places to look for stuff and in the end it's one logical volume so it doesn't it's literally one disc so it kind of doesn't matter but with the photos thing I'm trying that and that's actually pretty cool. All right. Final question today comes from Brian. Do you use your left. modifier keys or right modifier McKee's more often and do you think a lines of your general handedness Bryan Bryan Bryan on twitter. This is a good question and I have a little bit of a weird answer to. I discovered that I always used the left command key. Always I never use the right command key. A A write command key the right control. Somebody's talking because there was a keyboard back to keyboards. There was a keyboard that didn't what was it was they had moved. Oh it was. There was a keyboard that Had A little tiny command kier control key and they had moved at like one was only on one side and not the other and I realized the first moment I use this keyboard board. I can't use this keyboard because this keyboard prioritizes this right command key or control key or whatever and not the left one and everything I do eh. Somebody pointed out in this twitter thread. All the good stuff like command command queue command. A those are all over there on the left side of the keyboard anyway and if I want to print something my left thumb goes down on the command key and my right index finger. Middle Finger goes on the P.. I do not switch to the right command key and and then with my right hand do command i. I can't explain it. I can't explain anything about how I type. I'm a self taught typist. I type fast but I don't type conventionally I just pot lot myself it's not a system you learn system I made up and I can't explain the the command key other than maybe it goes back to when I had an apple two and there was like the open apple key in the closed apple key and they were different. I don't know the answer is my left thumb. Does it all so I was trying to pay attention to what I'm doing. And the only the only real patents headland is the I used the left Camman key most often the reason I think I do. This is because most of the shortcuts cuts that. I want to use command for a located on the left side of the keyboard. Yeah so like come on come on the world the good ones are yeah right so like. I'm used to doing that and I use the right shift key the most because I love the time when I'm using shift I'm selecting things and the Eric from the right hand side so they're the only you too. I've noticed that like I was using those consistently in that way. I I use the shift on the on the left side. Most of the time. I think there are times times. If I'm like capitalizing a letter on the left side. Maybe I use the right shift but for the most like using Arrow keys to select stuff. I don't use like a finger of my right hand to hold down shift while I also use my right hand for the Eric. I do not do that. I I'm using the right hand for the Eric in the left hand for the shift key this is Shirley there have been like a graduate student theses written on on keyboarding methods right where they just photographed people using their keyboards and come up with like what the different populations are. You're about that but it's a great question Brian. Because it's it's super weird right. It's and I don't think it has to do with left handed or right handed because I'm right handed in your left handed and we both use the left command key so I when I saw this question I was like. That's a silly question Brian. Nobody does that and then like paid attention to I was like oh I do. I have ways that I worked so great question Bryan Bryan Hamilton. Now if you would like to send in a question for us to answer future episodes send out a tweet with the Hashtag ask upgrade and it will be sent into a list which included later on. I want to thank our sponsors again.

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"maryland roland" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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09:37 min | 2 years ago

"maryland roland" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"President that Donald Trump has pardon the White House Turkey and of course these politically charged times could you in this time in this day only with the ninth circuit court of appeal not brought blocked his his party I guess is headed towards a thanksgiving day brawl the Supreme Court where to get that Jimmy that was actually pretty shot somebody should be that that has left the picture double trouble they and the headline was the ninth circuit court of appeals blocks Donald Trump stay of execution for Turkey that's so perfect right please don't be talking about that there the holy god skip that talk coming up at five oh three seven four nine seven thousand real quick in Columbus Dan on the big one a damp Scott good morning and happy thanksgiving to brother thank you well bottom line I normally do my green bean casserole French style green beans now with that said my wife and I we do what we call or printing skipping we will pick up our bring everything in the first thing that leaves the table is green bean casserole I don't know what it is about people in bars and they have nowhere else to go and nothing else to eat the green bean casserole is always number one well it's like the MRE of drunks is what that sounds like to me it's like if you're going to sit there and get hammered on thanksgiving elite anything right wait a minute Barfoot and I'm not paying for it all I must say I love those bars again that's another thing menu in a bar and I like that somebody's birthday never in a pot luck help yourself that's my kind of spot a low spots like that then that that's awesome we've got news one return eleven oh six on seven hundred W. O. W. del Donna's here with a a Holly appeal for you too and also some insight to it issued been talking about for quite some time and that is the reality of healthcare benefits for small businesses like Dale's now speaking of small business Saturday in just how this problem has to be solved it's not solve by trying to impeach someone or trying to cover up high crimes and misdemeanors and and the stupid back and forth we got real problems this country to get solved and a good example that coming up in just about six minutes on seven hundred W. L. seven hundred W. L. W. it's got so this is seven hundred W. O. W. happy thanksgiving we have our small business Saturday coming up in addition to Black Friday and just general regular old thanksgiving tomorrow as well a and something also charitable wise to I want to bring up in that with the good will go auto auction and it's kind of sad this year because you know it you think you have enough cars three model but del Donovan Donovan's tire and auto in blue ash and also one rich to stole Maryland Harris's car and is now remodeling it and and and and and auctioning off the name of charity I pour my what how she can get to work out of it that you had to buy a new one which is already done he she bought a brand new and you so god good morning and happy thanksgiving so the new body and Dale Donovan's on from fifty five care see our sister station Maryland Harris's of course is really busy like the tax attorney now because people are asking about dot cooking time for Turkey stuffing and things like that but you do you do the car show and care C. weekends and also the good will auto auction which you get Maryland Harris is all right what what what what kind of car is is what was Maryland Roland her two thousand and three Infiniti FX thirty five got a hundred fifty thousand miles on it but I was just driven by about a lady going to and from the studio so it's not a lot of easy while the law highway miles you take a really good care of it Jack to take it in for service and she noticed a new one out there that you really like so they talker and instead of taking this one to go buy a new one he did but he was kind enough but you always thought the whole time she goes what are your that Carmina donated well good yeah so we have we gone over this car I mean I put for branded good your tires are thanks to get your tire rubber company for donating those we did breaks we did balco gases will put a new rack and pinion with the alignment with the rear brakes I mean we put radialis on there we did everything we want to sing with a fine tooth comb the record breaking every truck collision repair my buddy Dave break wind up of Frank's every truffles repair they do an outstanding job in your body work for me totally detail that thank you Sir thing looks like brand new but the thing is an awesome shape so we totally gone through it you can't ask for better car if you're looking for a second car it's a nice size issue vis everyone works on it and the thing is in great shape that also December seventh at that nine AM that just happened to be in Maryland Terrapins bar so she can raise some money for our friends a goodwill which is also mission I'll tell you what if you want a car that you're going to eat the fries out of the seat of the cracks of the sea what kind of food is she got do you plan it's got to be awesome there are you know double check your bow them without a good asked you can bones to not like the you know like get your stuff in a row fast food is probably like some sort of gourmet French fries or something like truffle yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah I would that years later like ominous is still good front so that's that's going on in a December seventh we had a conversation about this because you have Saturday small business Saturday you're a small business man my wife and I are small business people and and that is the engine that drives our economy and is this time of year that other politicians of course of the election cycle fighting about health care how to fix healthcare the health care problems I I II you you were to have this conversation our a it's an interesting perspective you and expect from a mechanic but you Dale as a small business person the cost of of compliance when it comes to healthcare benefits for your employees you don't to stores now so it's still a small business it's a growing and thriving business but I think it's a disconnect you know as we get a break from things like impeachment in politics and hopefully no idiot brings us up that's why I would never go to Cunningham's work for the holidays because yes I want to talk about his trump and watch fox news and I'm tired of it it is that these are the real problems that face people in America like us like me and you and people listening it's not the nonsense in the the steady drumbeat of crazy politicians in Washington an out of touch politicians want your vote next year it's a reality that deals with things like health care that no one may sound like I have a plan but I don't see anyone with their plans for so here's a perfect example you know to everybody's renewing their plans I just got mine differ you said two locations one that one up twenty five percent the other one went up twenty percent so that one up last time was well it's just ridiculous so when I go downstairs and I'm talking to my guys in a like a man just say no healthcare one up twenty five percent I mean the look in their eyes in the look on their faces what I have to tell that school up it would hurt yeah it really does hurt and yours is yours Scott I paid seventy five percent of the family okay I'm a rare bird but I know how much help here it costs you guys it's just so expensive for these guys if your call you know it's so I try to take your reward it's just that I hate it's just way out of here and then it just gets harder and harder to do the national average is fifty percent so a guy with a family he's looking at seven hundred dollars a month but out of his paycheck yeah you know and and then you got to pay deductibles and and you know stuff like that it just get it just gets out of the cost people locally he used to be back in the day to I'm sure people still do this like wild dalla you're the businessman you the rich guy you should pay for that in it the problem is though that you don't have on a limited income you know you don't have you're not talking about hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue here millions of dollars in revenue your small business gas like well I'm paying seventy five percent already my costs for not only my family are going up up the cost for everybody going up and I got to take that out of the bottom line and there's only so much ink in the pen back right you're exactly right and we know that that's where it just keeps getting harder and harder to do that I mean we used to pay a hundred percent you know in our in our wish we could do that I mean I'm a firm believer that if someone dedicates her life deal and I've got a great job crews if you take your life to me I'm more to try and take care that's what I try to do but it's just gotten so expensive that now it should you know I got seventy five twenty five will probably have to go to seventy thirty you know it it's just it's just get out of hand that I feel sorry for get a raise you make more money it's totally offset or overshadowed by how much you got to pay out of your pocket for health care now yeah yeah so don't forget a national average fifty percent of what you know right right you know you know if you are you know if you got under I think five employees you don't have to provide health insurance now think about how those guys are doing yeah you know how that it may go people and you're going to get phone calls on this from your listeners going after trying to get healthcare it just got out of hand yeah you know now you know we've been talking about the salon off this week and my solution and yet just assisted a usually to me it's like the most common sense thing in the world is to get guys like you out of it I mean is it.

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"maryland roland" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"maryland roland" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Up in addition to Black Friday and just general regular old thanksgiving tomorrow as well a and something also charitable wise to I want to bring up in that with the good will go auto auction and it's kind of sad this year because you know if you think you have enough cars three model but del Donovan at Dobbins tire and auto in blue ash and also one rich to stole Maryland Harris's car and is now remodeling and and and and and and auctioning off the name of charity I pour my what how she can get to work Donovan at the buy a new one which is already done he she bought a brand new and so he's got good morning and happy thanksgiving so the new body and Dale Donovan's on from fifty five care see our sister station Maryland Harris's of course is really busy like a tax attorney now because people are asking about dot cooking time for Turkey stuffing and things like that but you do you do the car show and care C. weekends and also the good will auto auction which you get Maryland Harris is all right what what what what kind of car is is what was Maryland Roland her two thousand and three Infiniti FX thirty five got a hundred fifty thousand miles on it but I was just driven by about a lady going to and from the studio so it's not a lot of easy while the law highway miles you take a really good care of it Jack to take it in for service and she noticed a new one out there that you really like so they talker and instead of fixing this one to go buy a new one so that's what she did but she was kind enough but she always thought the whole time she goes what are your that Carmina donated well good yeah so we absolutely gone over this car I mean I put for brand new good your tires are thanks to get your tire rubber company for donating those we did breaks we did Balfour gases within the rack and pinion with the alignment with the rear brakes I mean we put radialis on there we did everything we want to say with a fine tooth comb there is a break every truck collision repair my buddy Dave break made up of Frank's every truck was returned to do an outstanding job in your body work for me totally detail the thank you Sir thing looks like brand new but the thing is an awesome shape so we totally gone through it you can't ask for better car if you're looking for a second car it's it's a nice size issue be everyone works on it and the thing is in great shape that also December seventh about nine AM that just happens to be Maryland terraces bar so she can raise the money for a friend's a goodwill which is awesome mission I'll tell you what if you want a car that you're going to eat the fries out of the seat of the cracks in the sea what kind of food is she got did you plan it's gonna be awesome there are you know double check your bow the missile over like good asked you can bones to not like the you know like get your stuff in a row fast food is probably like some sort of gourmet French fries or something like truffle fries yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah I would that years later like ominous is still good front so that's that's going on and on December seventh we had a conversation about this because yeah Saturday small business Saturday you're a small business man my wife and I are small business people and and that is the engine that drives our economy and is this time of year that other politicians of course of the election cycle fighting about health care how to fix healthcare the health care problems I I II you you were to have this conversation our a it's an interesting perspective you would expect from a mechanic but you Dale as a small business person the cost of of compliance when it comes to healthcare benefits for your employees you don't to stores now so it's still a small business it's a growing and thriving business but I think that's a disconnect you know as we get a break from things like impeachment in politics and hopefully no idiot brings us up that's why I would never go to Cunningham trick for the holidays because yes I want to talk about his trump and watch fox news and I'm tired of it it is that these are the real problems that face people in America like us like me and you and people listening it's not the nonsense in the that the steady drumbeat of crazy politicians in Washington and out of touch politicians want your vote next year it's a reality that deals with things like health care that no one may sound like I have a plan but I don't see anyone with their plans for so here's a perfect example you know to everybody's renewing their plans I just got mine differ you said two locations one that one up twenty five percent the other one went up twenty percent they went up last time as well it's just ridiculous so when I go downstairs and I'm talking to my guys in a like a man just say no healthcare one of twenty five percent I mean the look in their eyes in the look on their faces what I have to tell on that score up it would hurt yeah it really does hurt any thing is is yours Scott I'm seventy five percent of the family okay normal rare Burke but I know how much healthcare it calls these guys it's just so expensive for these guys if your call you know it's so I tried to cure it's just get that I hear it's just way out of here the niche is getting harder and harder to do the national average is fifty percent so a guy with a family he's looking at seven hundred dollars a month out of his paycheck yeah you know and and then you got to pay deductibles and and you know and stuff like that it just gets it just gets out of the cost people locally who used to be back in the day to I'm sure people still do this like wild dalla you're the businessman you the rich guy you should pay for that in it the problem is though that you don't have on a limited income you know you don't have you're not talking about hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue here millions of dollars in revenue your small business guys like well I'm paying seventy five percent already my costs for not only my family are going up of a cluster everybody going up and I got to take that out of the bottom line and there's only so much ink in the pen right right you're exactly right and we know that that's where it just keeps getting harder and harder to do that I mean we used to pay a hundred percent you know in our in our wish we could do that I mean I'm a firm believer that if someone dedicates her life deal and I've got a great job of getting re cruise if you take your life to be OB more to try and take care that's what I try to do but it's just gotten so expensive that now it should you know I got seventy five twenty five will probably have to go to seventy thirty you know it it's just which is get out of hand that I feel sorry for get a raise you make more money it's totally offset or overshadowed by how much you got to pay out of your pocket for health care now yeah yeah so don't forget a national average fifty percent of what you know everybody right right you know you know if you are you know if you got under I think five employees you don't have to provide health insurance now think about how those guys are the ones you know how close that is to me go people and you're going to get phone calls on this from your listeners they're going after trying to get healthcare and she's got down here yeah you know now you know we've been talking about the salon off this week in my solution and yet just assisted a usually to me it's like the most common sense thing in the world is to get guys like you out of it I mean is it your job is to fix cars and trucks and get cars on the road to wheel alignments and make money and pay your employees how much resources as a small business like you're still Donovan dedicate to compliance with insurance and healthcare and all these things yeah unbelievable so it's amazing how much time we have to try to do that I've been you're exactly right I am personally are right now I am looking at a T. E. L. good at that the we've been looking after a while PVO is professional employer organization and they will handle you know HR for you they handle payroll they handle healthcare they handle unemployment they handle hiring and firing they handle your compliance so you know if I can go to one company it takes it all off my plate that's huge huge but you're also paying that company for for the benefits so your pet now invented benefits but you're paying somebody to manage the benefits correct yeah and that's that's now so I'm saying if that all went away and he just able to buy like you know you're in the car business del document it you know why I don't expect my employer to pay my car insurance or my life insurance for my homeowner's insurance if we just did that and get you completely out of it so you don't have to have compliance people you don't have to figure it out you could afford to give everybody a raise and by their own stuff on the market I absolutely love not excited sense we can't have that now do you know deal with us unfortunately Scott I just feel that it's getting worse and worse it's getting harder and harder I mean the you know the HR stuff that everybody has to deal with all the compliance you have to deal with **** get tougher and tougher you're absolutely right I wish we could take it out of our hands in the look at me a little bit you know Mario office managers she's currently help without the the gods in the back with healthcare questions that they have and stuff like that or you know questions that may have about that and you know it's it could stop you could save a ton of money now granted you know the healthcare benefits companies would go out of existence but I think pretty they they they I think they'd be all right I think people find other jobs but but I would totally free up the gig economy meaning you know you could have I could be a part time mechanic for you a in you know it take care my own benefits and do a couple jobs on the side and and that makes everybody when and then of course the savings from all of this because we're paying so much and it when it comes to first world problems right we pay more for health care management of benefits all those things that we have to pay for the healthcare itself in if all that money went back into the economy in some other form you could take a portion of that a good portion of it still relies a savings and you have the same time care take care of of health care for the indigent and the poor and the working poor in order to to meet their needs so literally known in this country would not have some sort of health care just trying to universal lies it would add more burden to companies like yours I think I think there's a free market solution this whole thing that some point somebody may advocate for but I think I have this anytime soon that's for sure there are a part of that has said look I'm not deal with this health insurance anymore not deal all this stuff and what they do is they go okay look I'm gonna give you a raise you go out and get your own okay well guess what happened they don't go out and get this right right exactly what happened a pocket the money they pocket the money they don't go on your health insurance so that's the that's the big problem I mean there's a lot of you know there's a lot of work more into trying to get it and you know a lot of these guys I mean I got some guys who don't have computers and stuff like that so they won't know how to go out and get so that's why all you're young I mean I I don't remember the first age where I use my company's health insurance but I thought there are four oh one K. for that matter locating adds beer money man I I don't eat out of her father right yeah absolutely it's your money but yeah you know I I feel like I feel like the I have been here heard a lot of talk about healthcare as far as you know everybody wrote about treated still here how is that not you you need to be the biggest issue I think because of the cost but everyone's planned so far you know I don't see the Republicans doing a lot with it the Democrats because they're the party that wants to be back in power obviously the White House in the Senate they have plans but it's you know I I don't miss a single payer I don't get Elizabeth Warren thing I don't get would Bernie's pitching I don't give a lot.

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"maryland roland" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"maryland roland" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The Popeye's chicken sandwich these spicy chicken sandwich that people are losing their minds over there mad. There's a CNN wind. When each contends which is the mightier? The where's that one from Shakespeare Yeah that's from. Hamlet Gertrude. Says it about Hamlet Fox News reporting on a a twenty eight year old man who was fatally stabbed after cutting in line to try to get a chicken sandwich at Popeye's Baltimore. Of course it was Baltimore Man stabbed to death outside of Maryland. Popeye's Monday night had cut to the front of the line to get dibs on the chains. Popular Chicken Sandwich said police on Tuesday. Prince George's county police. Police chief hanks to Wenski told reporters the twenty eight year old. Kevin Davis entered the restaurant and started methodically cutting align reserved for the menu item. Stu Wenski said Davis this was confronted by another man when he cut to the front of the line. The thing I'm thinking is what language were they writing code in that he had to methodically. Cut Into Y. You know you're either here you're there it is. There's not that I want to know what kind of Griff to this guy had. Now I WANNA know what is game why he must've just kept on moving up the line and people were saying okay. Yeah maybe he was a creeper could be. I'm creeper yeah exactly so call. Yeah kick one of them. I'm Anne quote over the course of fifteen minutes. This gives you some idea of how long this line was. It took him fifteen minutes to work his way up this line. I wonder if we really thought nobody saw him. Well you weren't there. I wasn't there but it says he worked his way methodically ahead of everybody else in the line. He's then confronted wanted by this other individual and then from from the moment of that confrontation fifteen seconds later. The two of them are out in front of the store. A stabbing occurs and the individual's life was lost. He said the question my detectives. HOW WELL THAT'S WORTH KICK IN A? That's that's getting excessive is I'm jumping is. How does a confrontation can lead to homicide? In fifteen seconds police said the preliminary investigation reveal Davis in the suspect. got into a brief verbal argument. They both got out of the line and walked out the front door together before the suspect stabbed Davis was rushed to a local hospital and pronounced dead was Davis the Lion Joan. The jumper got stabbed. The jumper got stabbed a direct. Okay suspect in the woman fled the parking lot and a vehicle really stabbed over the sandwich. He was stabbed stabbed over dissing. Somebody is what it comes down to. Somebody felt disrespected. And they weren't going to let that out. I mean cutting understand when when I was in jail. There were a couple of times when I when I thought at least I was getting into a fight over somebody just stepping in front of me and wine and it wasn't because I had some place to be right it was just the respect stats disrespectful. Don't do that so the the story goes on to talk about how pe- people packed into the restaurant children were there obviously people were shocked by what transpired but it was the chicken chicken sandwich that created this line in the first place. People have gone crazy over this chicken sandwich. And this is just the worst of it There was also another fight at a different Maryland Roland restaurant where two men brawled behind the counter. After apparently allegedly some employees of the restaurant said he said something that was offensive calling female customer stupid and an animal which prompted the woman's husband jumped over the counter and confront the worker which led to a brawl. It was caught on video. There's a rundown that folks have Over at Info wars just kind of going through some of the the madness madness the crazy lines going around the block the fatal stabbing. There's a woman who we were watching this video during one of the breaks. One woman at Popeye's buys in Los Angeles. She tried to cut in line by going like she wasn't putting crack claims because it sounds like people not only want to eat the sandwich. They want to eat the sandwich right now right now bro. Where's my sandwich? Leave the male leaves. Screw your mail. Just Gimme that chicken. Yeah you know you've got a lion healthy you gotta light car..

"maryland roland" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"maryland roland" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"In technology due to extract carbon from the atmosphere mark. Richardson reporting a victory in court for workers at a community college could have major. Statewide implications workers challenged a district decision to change their work schedules without having them vote on it as outlined in their contract the Public Employment Relations Board ruled against the district. And this week week. The State Supreme Court let that Decision Stand Jeff Freight us with the California Federation of Teachers says he hopes that this will encourage colleges to respect the rights of the people who serve the students the day in and day out. I can't set a precedent throughout the state about some back pay and the abusive wages and benefits for your secretaries. Your janitors your. There's a transportation specialist. The change meant that five years ago. People went from working five days a week to four longer days plus a half day Friday the same number of hours overall but at no overtime pay on the longer days now antelope valley. College will have to pay them an estimated one and a half million dollars in back overtime Betsy Sanchez. A spokesperson for the college argues that the because the schedules did not exceed forty hours no overtime was required. I'm Suzanne Potter. This is pianist steam recovery. Projects are a cornerstone and helping to reduce pollution in the Chesapeake Bay watershed stream rehabilitation is more urgent than ever. According to rich star a scientist with ecosystem planning and restoration. Who'll give opening remarks at the conference? He says states in the watershed including Maryland Roland and Virginia are pushing to fulfill the EPA's mandate to reduce nitrogen phosphorus and sediment pollution flowing into the chesapeake by sixty percent by I twenty twenty-five. I think it's difficult to say whether war chief it or not but the more positive thing to look at is the trend is going that way we are definitely trending moving towards a healthier way as a result of the work. That's going on the Baltimore. Conference comes just a few weeks after governor Larry Hogan called on Congress to fully fund eighty five five million dollars of Chesapeake Bay restoration programs in the federal twenty twenty budget. I'm Diane Bernard reported and after winning permanent reauthorization Zeh show for the land and Water Conservation Fund. Public Land's advocates are pressuring leaders in Congress to Fully Fund the Program a Senate committee set to vote on a permanent funding a bill just after Veterans Day. Et bomas with the back country hunters and anglers in Texas and he points out veterans frequently turn to public lands for Solace after serving in combat. We need to protect those places even more dearly for the people who have had to endure hardship of fighting in our country. It's extremely what we make. Sure that those this places are available have access to them and thinking go out and enjoy them after they have sort of got country so bravely after Congress permanently reauthorized the program back in March the trump administration proposed a budget that basically zeroed out the money for the Parks Washingtonians who work the land to provide their neighbors. Food are coming together. That is production. Season is slowing down. The forty fifth annual conference starts today and Yakima. And the focus is on growing resilient. ZILLION future Aaron Murphy with Tilt Alliance. The event organizer says different tracks for the conference. Include Education around Sustainability Practices Business Planning and Dan Sushil Justice. She says many folks have been coming to the conference since its inception farming also super isolating especially when people come from all over the state. It's the one time. And Yeah people actually seeing each other and see their friends and get to catch up and how that ball dairy to vent their frustrations pick people's brains about new ideas Murphy says the event gathers farmers emerged farm workers as well as researchers educators and other food system professionals. It runs through Sunday for public news. Service I'm Eric. Take it off. Keynote speakers will touch on.

Did Amazon just kick electric vehicle production into a higher gear?

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

06:03 min | 2 years ago

Did Amazon just kick electric vehicle production into a higher gear?

"This marketplace podcast is supported by reflective offering an open data ecosystem that enables smarter business decisions and faster trading driven to shape data that shapes the world's financial markets representative data is just the beginning and by the Maryland Marketing Partnership. If tech talent means everything to Your Business Think Maryland Roland home of the nation's highest concentration of stem workers they're leading universities and proximity to the intelligence community means your business will be surrounded and supported by the best minds in the field. Maryland makes for a smart investment. Make your move at Open Dot Maryland. Dot Gov did Amazon just kick electric vehicle production into a higher gear from American public media. This is marketplace tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm molly would in the electric car. Revolution seems to finally be happening and it's not just us going to be in personal cars last month. Amazon announced it would order one hundred thousand electric delivery trucks from Ribian and EV company that Amazon has invested in but which we should say has produced exactly zero commercial electric vehicles to date Ribian has time Amazon said the first ten thousand trucks would be on the road twenty twenty two the remainder by twenty thirty and the order would basically double the number of electric delivery vehicles in the World Stephanie Brindley only is an automotive analyst at IHS market. She said most people who have heard of Ribian are actually into electric luxury. SUV's ravine Dan has been around for about six years give or take and they first introduced to revealed their pickup truck and as she products at the Los Angeles auto show this last November and they're expecting to come to market in the next year or so and they're looking to compete in sort of a high end space. They want us to tackle align efforts from Range Rover and see that brand is a competitor for the utility vehicle people who WanNa go a little bit off the beaten path. How much of this market get as you look ahead a decade or two or three? How much of this market could be filled by automakers that maybe didn't exist a decade or two ago? It's still a challenge Alan Jr to break in and our forecast really for electric vehicles in the United States in twenty twenty five twenty twenty six is still seven point six percent of the market which is an important improvement from just under two percent last year but it's still a small percentage of the market. I think consumers aren't quite coming along. Yes fire and because automakers for additional automakers have come to bear on the segment pretty heavily it will be difficult for a brand that consumers aren't aware of to breakthrough through does Amazon's investment suggests that delivery fleets might actually be a new source of growth for I think the delivery fleets have been for several several years on target in the Commercial Space Amazon's making a little bit of an interesting play here and tying it to their sustainability goals so they may be willing to spend a little bit more on it and I don't know the size of Amazon's fleet at all but I'm pretty sure it's a lot bigger than one hundred thousand vehicles so it still only a portion of their fleet overall Paul but I still think there's a lot of opportunity in the commercial av space. If you're running an EP for a local delivery van you're usually not putting a ton of miles assigned to it into a day and if the fleet you own and it's going back at the end of the day to your own silos you had the ability to have the charging infrastructure that you need and keep it off a fossil fuels so that can be a benefit and a lot of different ways commercial vehicles especially in those short cities faces can be good opportunities as for Electric Vehicles Stephanie Brindley automotive analyst at Ihs Market Amazon's order for what it's worth will ultimately be worth about four billion dollars. Carribean wants all the trucks are produced and now for some related links. There's there's a good piece in Forbes on the size of Amazon's investment in Ribian and one from quartz about the impact on commercial e fleets worldwide. They're both at our website marketplace attack dot org but there is a interesting subplot to the ramp up in electric vehicles of all kinds and that is the grid Green Tech Media. It has a piece from last week about some key. Takeaways from this electric delivery van order and one is that electric utilities really need to start preparing to deal with the increased slow. That's coming from EVT's because of different charging times and locations. It's not likely that Amazon's new vans are gonNA. Take down the grid or anything but individual locations locations could run into real capacity problems and long-term. The grid does need some improvements. There's good reading wired from last year about how what it calls. The great plugging yes plugging is actually an opportunity to upgrade and strengthen our electrical infrastructure because we have plenty of time the revolution coming then again infrastructure and planning are those really are strong suits here in America. Let's think positive I'm Ali would and and that's marketplace tech this is. APN This marketplace replace podcast is brought to you by Entercom Intercom. What's more of the Nice people visiting your website to give you money so they took a little chat bubble in the corner website and packed it with conversational bots product tours. NPS surveys all sorts of things that amplify your team and help you reach more nice people in our comm- customer unity got forty forty five percent more loyal users with Entercom in just twelve months go to intercom dot com slash podcast to start making money from real time chat then see everything else intercom can do. That's intercom dot com slash podcast.

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"maryland roland" Discussed on Behind the Bets

Behind the Bets

09:26 min | 2 years ago

"maryland roland" Discussed on Behind the Bets

"At least I have zero opinion. What about you yeah? UCLA is play for me in Toledo is going to be as well UCLA's late night tweet Os and early morning game but take two and a half here. I don't think there's going to three but you know maybe maybe it will so I just I guess I should sit back here because this one. I haven't met yet but I thought maybe once it hits three. You'RE GONNA see sharp money on Toledo the cougars really had brutal scheduled to open the season man this team's worn down and you could see it last week against Washington. Byu's off back back overtime nine wins at Tennessee home against USC as a horrible spot for Byu last week Chris Peterson and the huskies went in there and rolled over Byu forty forty five to nineteen. It's you know very few teams that are tougher scheduled and Byu's had an first month. Now you gotta hit the road going back to the eastern time zone for an early kickoff off. This is you know nine. Am Pacific Time In this game kicks off situation does not set up well for Byu here. I like the dog you can put me on the record him for plus two and a half now but you know I guess hold off. Don't pull the trigger see if it hits three brand Robak excuse me Bryant Kobe last week or Toledo two hundred twenty eight yards rushing Mitchell Donnie the quarterback he he actually ran for one nineteen and threw for a touchdown pretty. Hey good performance by the rockets against Colorado State on the road forty one thirty five. I like this Toledo team and I'm not really sure why. Byu's a favorite hair dog I made Toledo two point favorites. I'll take the rockets maybe just straight power ratings there. Obviously the spot to your point. Certainly favors Toledo here had its home turf a game. You and I are opposite sides. Although I'm just was like mine was like a lean on Minnesota at purdue. It's a coin flip. Pick is your line both teams off a by now this Minnesota team kind of lucky in a lot of their games right Fresno state converting the fourth and long we all had the bulldogs plus three in that pushed and then I was on Georgia southern plus the points and it was just a flat spot total play and obviously that was the right side but at some point it'll catch up with them but I like them here coming off the bye but I am curious just how good they are because produce also by produce zag an explosive offense yeah. Here's the deal golden gopher spend the luckiest team in the country right now for lots opening game against South Dakota go to state and the Jack Rabbits had that game one. They fumbled. RPO play with about six seven minutes ago Minnesota cashes them comes back to win Twenty eight twenty one that was a game. I really felt like the jackrabbits outplayed the GOPHERS for most of the way and then Minnesota Winston Overtime Fresno snow stated another comeback another comeback against Georgia southern thirty five thirty two so you got some close calls here and now the gophers hit the road to play purdue team. That's GonNa be the opera fans because Jeff Brahms embarrassed last year and then I praise Jeff from a lot but I'm going to rip them right here because he's done a really poor job. In the non conference schedule he was putting in Nevada territory. You know in Reno in the season opener he let off the gas with seventeen point lead and blew the game. No I the Times guys it's like Jeff Dahmer better as an underdog coach because they stay aggressive. No He's a big favourite and he's gotTa lead tends to sit on the lead and that was the wrong thing to do and that led to a loss Reno. You know you know he goes back home next week against Andy and produced forty two twenty four and vanderbilt late in the game and Brahms goes quarterback lies are are running around out there and like the next to last or last offensive play purdue has suffered a concussion. Why is your quarterback running around with an eighteen point lead at the end of the game you suffer concussion he's out last week against Tcu or two weeks ago and you gotta play a freshman quarterback gets Gary Patterson defense and you get blown out Brom done really poor job job managing the first month of schedule here for purdue now they have not declared Hawaii similar back in but brom was quoted before the TCU game saying that similar had a slight concussion if he said that before the game when he thought he might come back produce actually had a bye week here to get ready for this game and I I would be shocked if similar is not back in the field? He was one of the leading passers in the nation through two games. He's a veteran veteran quarterback gives them a much better shot to win. I think this is a you know an angry desperation type of spot for purdue here. Things have really done wrong they they were beaten by Minnesota bad last year up in Minneapolis. I think Jeff Graham off a bye also dot both teams often open week here Brahma by with its quarterback back has got to win this game at home and this is a huge game for the boilers and I actually took plus one on this. I think that's still out there. It's mostly a picture melt well. You're the man who called the outright win for purdue at home against Ohio state last year so I'll support you in terms of having to read on this program your Alma Mater Albeit as well well. Let's keep it in the big ten and you're grabbing the points here. In Nebraska Lines. Come up went to eighteen and now it's back down to seventeen flat. It was seventeen in half for most of the week you're taking the dog head home here in Lincoln. Yeah it's dangerous spot to and this is going to be a normal play for me. It's like a you know a big big bad because I'm always leery of Ohio state against most big ten teams because Buckeyes this have the offense firepower firepower to POA game open. You know we've seen that as Miami of Ohio about some of the Cincinnati you know some of the teams that Buckeyes face your early when they get on a roll they can be dangerous but I like the dog in the spot here. It's a you know before the season. A lot of people thought Nebraska was going to be the best team in the big ten west. That is not the case right now. It's Wisconsin and I don't think there's no doubt about that. The huskers struggled a little bit early in the season but I think electric crowd in the spot. You got a quarterback and Adrian Martinez and move the ball against the buckeyes defense and the first first time out on the road. There's a little bit tricky to lay a number like this so I did take seventeen and a half like you said it was eighteen. I miss the eighteen briefly I took a little bit at seventeen and a half and I expect the dog to be in this in this dog because it's it's a night game. Emily Lincoln Buckeyes first time out on the road land huge number. I can't imagine imagine this is going to be easy. Ohio states is going to go in there and blow out Nebraska. I think the House GonNa put up a pretty good fight here so give me the points with Nebraska can't fall to you there. I it is dangerous to get in front of that Ohio state team. That can just rip off points but we'll see we'll see like you said they're on the road much different different situation I I actually you know one thing. I should mention too. I on the first time Ohio states did go to Indiana and crushed right so I forgot about that that that was a road game at Bloomington fifty one time but this Nebraska teams much better than Indiana good point good clarification there. Let's keep in the conference. Talk me off Maryland Roland plus six and a half against Penn state. You know I read into the Maryland side myself so I really don't WanNa talk you off and you know this. This game features two coaches that I. I really don't like it's a James. Franklin comes up SH- working a lot of big games. He's not a great game manager but he has he has destroyed Maryland the past couple of years. I'm GONNA pull the number up for you. I was looking at this couple couple of nights ago. I don't like my clocks we when he was at New Mexico will he was a horrendous head coach. He went to twenty six and his team was more of a mass off the field and on the field maybe he's learned some things from nick saving and and as much better coach you know head coach now than he was when he was in Albuquerque but I did not believe in Maryland uh-huh when it was going to phase temple on the roadway and a touchdown thought the turps might get exposed in that spot and they did you know they ran up up some big numbers against a couple of bad teams and Howard and Syracuse. I do think Syracuse is bad team. so I'm not completely sold this Maryland team is jeff and I don't think you know I'm not really sure about Penn state because buffalo is not as bad as we thought maybe and you know pets obviously a respectable team so the fact of Penn state struggled the past couple of past couple weeks. I don't think it should be you know a major red flag or anything but I'll I'll give you this. If you know what I mean little bit gun who is better better than we thought they were still losing at Halftime Penn State where I'm where I Franko Tournament three straight wins and covers against the turps if you WANNA be talked off at the pass to by a combined score of one four to six so there you go more with humans in a moment but first a message from Dollar Shave Club when I talk about dollarshaveclub I can't stress enough the quality of their products. They've spent years developing crafting refining everything they have everything I used to look feel and smell my best you name it. They have it and actually use it. I've Been Dollar Shave Club member for years and it's amazing.

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