18 Burst results for "Matori"

"matori" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"matori" Discussed on Superinvestors and the Art of Worldly Wisdom

"View. The markets are pricing in this transitory narrative. That they're taking the their word absolutely. They are as you pointed out. You know that that's kind of dangerous game a lot of these things that we're told her temporary it'd be end up becoming permanent precisely and i think it was milton. Friedman said there's nothing as permanent temporary government program and those are very true words. I think reagan co-opted him but yeah it's a fact to your point. I just saw survey that seventy five percent of portfolio managers so not economists but actual people that run money are believe it is transitory versus quarter. That are like me that say well. Maybe yes maybe no. The clearly there are parts of this inflation servers that the fed did not see coming as they rarely see anything coming. They have about the worst a forecasting record. You could ever have you know. They've never predicted one recession in advance but they admit they were totally shocked by. How strong inflation's been this year. They're shocked by how fast the economy came back. They've been shocked a lot. I do sense some humility in their jails manner here lately which is refreshing to see and as i said it's wellard humility but you know if you look at things like used car prices. Those that inflation is transfer. Obviously lumber prices vary translator lovers down seventy percent so that's going to have some definite benefits for people looking to buy homes but a lot of things aren't transitory and that's what i worry about. Is that that you've had basically this giant head fake because people have been so focused on these commodity prices that were clearly unsustainable and they they you know mini bubbles of their own right like lumber and used cars prices in its own way but i mean used car prices. You may not know this. Well you just bought breaks so maybe do basically selling for the same prices new cars. But you can't buy the new cars. That stuff is going to that. we'll get rectified. The semiconductor shortage will rectify. But some of these other forces are really secular in nature. I believe whether it's re shoring getting things been going from. And just in time inventories to just in case matori's The green energy transition. Which even larry fink from blackrock highlighted as being highly inflationary. And he's very pro yes. Ge and you know whatever you believe about green energy this is going to be the first time in america Human history that. We're going from a more efficient source of energy to a less efficient source of energy and. I think that we're putting tremendous faith in our policy makers to pull this thing off and after the experience the abysmal experience of how they've handled covert. Do we really think they can. They're equal to the task. I don't think so so that one alone is but let's talk about m. t. because as howard marxist said we're doing mta. I mean pretty much. Anybody will admit that is being honest that this is am mt modern monetary theory. Which is the idea of the going to span does have to have a budget and you basically just keep spending for whatever you think you might need to spend money of course. Politicians are great. They'll always come up with a reason to spend money and you just keep doing it. 'til inflation shows up and i think that's kind of important point inflation. It'll they'll keep doing it until inflation blows the whistle and i think inflation is already starting to blow the whistle. But let's just say that you know the j. Foul convinces the world that its transitory will. Then they're just going to keep doing more am mt. And eventually that inflation's gonna to become very entrenched and inflationary expectations which i think are already starting to take off will become very entrenched so i think they're playing a very.

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"matori" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"matori" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

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"matori" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"matori" Discussed on Gamer's Lounge with Ahman Green

"Let's go let's mario sunday night because pressure. That's the fourth of july pressure. monday night. Shoot one of the bucks play tonight. The bucks play saturday night my book. I got brockett league friday bucks saturday fourth of july. We'll figure it out anyway. We'll figure it out. We should make that a goal though to play for the next episode three. Yeah speed golf. We should turn on my my switch tonight and tomorrow night be like looking for jar. Can we stream it. Can we stream it like this do that. That'd be fine for my my. Yeah yeah either one of us. But i know what you're doing. Yeah that'd be fun game released b. says you need to drop your cold in twitch chat. Oh yeah and then join. I wish i wish i could watch movies with people on the switch then. We could watch netflix together. I mean big. Jill no so john lewis your again well hold on space space jam by the way was video game for playstation sega saturn in the late mid nineties rather three on three saturn that in a long had a hand held council more right mine it was a hand held council. Click on vegas adder. No it was up to the tv console right now. Okay so that must have been before. Dreamcast right yeah. It was a year before dreamcast. Dreamcast came out in two thousand or ninety nine yup game on ninety nine so it was like ninety eight when saturn was to hang my pick. Here we go to movies. We could sorry we go watch movies on the on the discord in the game. Oh put it on the screen. But we could do a watch along. That's what they call them. Watch long matori's for that watch party Destroy all humans is my pick now. This has been released before but this is the first time it's coming out on switch. It's available right now. It's forty bucks And it's a kind of a cult classic and it. It's got those aliens. Look like from the nineteen fifties or something like that. You got a harvest the dna. Bring down the us government. It's a remake of the legendary alien invasion action adventure It's nineteen fifties alien invasion story. i really do like the the graphics look fun in retro in a way and so destroy all humans once again my my pick this weekend in what i do that the artwork on the cover. I'm a big artwork guy like a lot of times the cover of the video game. Don't judge a book by. Its cover. But i would as a kid you know what i mean like ours looks bad ass and i think this is looks fun. Destroy humans especially the cover work on it so destroy all humans out for other platforms but now coming out on the switch it is available now as you try to take down the. Us government. apparently don't mess with the us. There's been a been a while and it sounds like that movie that tim burton directed amount. Moore's attacks kinda figured aghast at work of alien. That's it that's perfect. I had to give it to. I have to give it a both the you y'all pick the game with the best titles of the week between the straw destroy all humans and then. I thought i'd even see the zombie one until been picked it you know in his in our in our text chat group chat. I was like wait a minute. Wait i missed. That one is obvious. Eight my neighbors. I miss that. That's an awesome name for us. Right up your alley movie or would it. Tv show as definitely. Right up my alley man. I was like that is awesomeness right there. So.

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"matori" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

Elliman Daily Podcast

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"matori" Discussed on Elliman Daily Podcast

"Another one to send say in seven days ten days fourteen. Whatever you guys see feel is fit all right you. Just choose the date and time that you wanted to send volley same steps. Click on next got subject. Sounds fine all right on this next page. Basically tells me it's ready to descend how many people are going to be receiving if anyone has unsubscribe it will tell you the system will pick up on that end will bypass right over them so you do not need to delete them up. And if i'm doing it for the future. I'd say schedule. Email five sending it right now. I click send and it's being sent out all right. Take around five ten minutes to do all right. And like i said i'll be sending out that step by step with the graphics to do that for them. So that's great matt. Thank you so much couple. Things guys for those on in states other than california. You won't be able to use the the property tax when only because that's specific california proposition. Nineteen i don't unless you have that in your state where you guys can take your property tax base with you. It's probably not applicable. But i think that's the only one in the entire group that you couldn't use around the restaurant in the country right. Well i know he went over. Stephen do you have any closing comments for us. Yeah up for those of us did have to go slower to all this matt Because we went pretty fast. And i was watching some cases as we were doing this can. Can we do another session. Mallaig a separate may be where you can just do this. Not during a quality schedule this week for people to sign up for we. Of course not that you know. It's just that. I think some people don't even have less yet so they should just schedule some time this week where people can sign up for a seminar on this shirt and all also try from available corny with the sales managers in jump on office meetings to if if they can slap in for a couple minutes at the end to that will work as well whatever's each venus. I just want to thank the team. Because we came up with this idea. Peter about a week ago yes and everybody jumped into action. Put it together in to always talk about this stuff at the you the material so you go out and do it. That was our intention to make it super easy to go out and start farming for some new business so thank you for everybody on the quality as well right well. Hopefully everybody likes us and uses it. I think it's very very very powerful. It's very very well thought out. Please don't change the language as soon as you start changing it you're gonna start messing it up so just go with it. Roll with that. Let's experiment with it. Let's see what happens. Let's try to dig up to matori. Thanks everyone have a great great week this week thanks guys..

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David Cameron says Brexit makes him depressed.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

05:56 min | 3 years ago

David Cameron says Brexit makes him depressed.

"Coming up on the nears a former PM David Cameron has revealed Brexit makes him depressed. US Air Force lodges crews at Donald Trump's Scottish resort it up to forty times and EPA makes rollback of clean water rules official. It's Friday September timber thirteen. I'm Anthony Davis British Prime Minister Boris Johnson Listen and European Commission President Jean-claude Janka will hold talks next week to try to break the brexit impasse as both sides seek to avert what could be a disastrous no deal departure. Ymca said he was hoping for some alternative proposals but wasn't optimistic at resolving the stalemate. The meeting getting comes as lower level. Brexit negotiationms have produced no visible signs of progress as the deadline nears although e you negotiators say they believe Johnson is he's actively pursuing a deal the case stumbling block remains the so-called Irish backstop maneuver to prevent both sides from putting in a hard border between between Ireland which is in the EU and Northern Ireland which is part of the UK. The Irish Prime Minister warns that the two sides are still very far apart despite despite recent reports of progress in the talks the former prime minister who masterminded the Brexit Referendum Twenty Sixteen David Cameron has revealed is brexit makes him depressed and accuses Boris Johnson of trashing the government with his campaign to leave the EU in an interview before he's book book hits the shelves. The former prime minister explained how he thinks about losing the referendum every single day what the consequences will be. He also says a second referendum may be necessary to break the deadlock and criticizes Boris Johnson's move to parochial parliament and strip twenty-one torey. MP's of the whip for rebelling he said he had been under political pressure to hold a referendum in twenty sixteen because there had been a series of treaties and the issue was not going to go away and he thought about it more than any other decision he made in government. He reserves his most stinging criticism full. He's full Matori colleagues. Michael Grove move and Boris Johnson who were instrumental in the votes leave campaign. He said the pair had left him feeling like he was in a quagmire in the book he calls g-o-v Mendacious and says the behaved appallingly the US Air Force has launched cruise at Donald Trump's Scottish resort up to forty times since two thousand fifteen a figure that is far higher than previously actually known the figure does not indicate how many of the stays have occurred since trump became president but the air force has significantly ramped up its overnight stops in Scotland under trump trump after signing a contract with Prestwick airport situated twenty plus miles from ten brain the F. Osa said the refueling stops at Prestwick and all related overnight stays are well within Pentagon guidelines. Prestwick frequently books the Air Force crews lodging at turnberry the airport acknowledged a statement and often arranges for their transportation to and from the resort the US House oversight committee has been investigating military expenditure at and around ten since the spring and is threatened to subpoena officials in an attempt to get more information from the Pentagon the trump administration is changing the definition of what qualifies as waters of the United States tossing out and Obama irregulaties that is enhanced protections for wetlands and smaller waterways. Yesterday's rollback is the first step in a process that will allow the trump administration to create its own definition of which waters deserve federal protection a new rule is expected to be finalized this winter the EPA already finalized forty sixty regulatory actions under trump with an additional forty five actions in development triggering lawsuits from conservation and environmental organizations Swedish teenager Greta Tune Berg who shot to global fame for inspiring worldwide old white students strikes to promote action against climate change to commission to Donald Trump's doorstep today with a protest outside the White House hundreds hundreds of mostly young people gathered across the street carrying signs reading people or Prophet and warming chanting. This is a crisis act act like it and businesses usual is not enough the demonstration marked the first high profile event of her six day visit to Washington intended tended to pressure the trump administration ahead of United Nations Climate Summit where world leaders will be asked to ramp up their carbon cutting ambitions to fend off global global warming which trump has described as a hoax you can subscribe to the the news with your favorite podcast APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony Davis podcast leave a review on ITN's and follow us on twitter at at the news underscore podcast for daily updates. The news is an independent production covering politics inequality health and climate climate delivering honest verified and truthful World News daily.

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"matori" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on Cattle Current Market Update with Wes Ishmael

"There were no surprises in Friday's cattle on feed report likewise that beef Kelly Matori July. I was the same as a year ago coming up on your Kelkar at market update with West Ishmael aw Howdy Dole this is West Ishmael with your calicut market update for the late weekend and Monday morning the twenty second of July negotiated cash fit kill trait ended up mainly steady to a dollar lower last week at one hundred eleven dollars one hundred weight in the southern Plains on a live basis and one thirteen to one thirteen fifty in Nebraska and one fourteen to one sixteen in Western corn belt dress trade with steady at one hundred eighty two to one hundred and eighty five dollars according to Andrew. APPEA- Griffith agricultural economist at the University of Tennessee and his weekly market comment the expectation is for fed cattle to trade in a narrow range through the end of August and into early September cattle futures closed higher Friday with support support from lean hogs and perhaps boost from the potential impact excessive heat will have on production live cattle futures closed in average of fifty cents higher however they are an average of a dollar and fourteen cents lower week to week corn mm futures closed five to six Cents Higher July twenty and then mostly penny higher soybean futures closed fifteen to twenty cents higher through September Twenty and then mostly thirteenth sent Tire.

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"matori" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on PRI's The World

"The world, the story of Elma dimmer, Sen's life, a warning, though. Demer Sens descriptions of physical treatment in prison are not appropriate for all listeners. We begin with. Velma Demer Sen's own love story with Harry. Yep. Good looking guy. Yeah. Sneezy going foam, quite a water type of the fellow. He'd been awaited for longtime and there were three of us went to the cafe. And I dropped my silver. And he picked it up. And then I dropped it again. We all laughed and he said how about a date, and I said, okay. He walked me over to his -partment. I went up. I think it was the first date that got me as everything was so neat in his room and anti was so polite. And when I left the apartment, he gave me a little kiss. Velma told me that she fell in love with Chinese man at a time, when it wasn't very fashionable to have a Chinese partner because there was a campaign to keep count, it a white, so for her to go ahead and mix with a Chinese person was quite daring Velma and Harry dated for about a year, then she moved in with him. And she was eighteen years old at the time. But when her father found out he was outraged that she would live in soon with a Chinese man. So they'll mustached went to the police, and he and two constables charged into Vilma in Harry's. Apartment, there was this loud, knock on the door and, and the police came in, and then my father's will that her know then I was seized in taking the police court felt was arrested and charged under the on -tario. Female refuges at she was charged as being morally incorrigible, basically, on the ground says she was unmarried and living with a man and it really wasn't unusual in Canada, for white women to get picked up and arrested for just even walking through Chinatown investments case. It carried a very stiff penalty, they opened let me out walk corridor to this room. And it said, barrister over the top, and I thought, oh, we're getting a lawyer. This woman came along, and I told her I was pregnant, hoping that to get married or something that she just close your book, and nephew minutes, I went before the judge. Apparently I said the wrong thing that I was going to get married to this Chinese guy. And he said, I sent you to the Belmont home for one year, so Velma was charged and sent to the Belmont home for girls. But after several weeks, she was transferred to a prison cult Mercer reformatories for women. And that prison was absolutely Matori's for how they abused their prisoners. They had a very famous Dr name, EDNA guest, and she was you jenness..

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"matori" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:41 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Welcome back. It's Liz Matori where her final like chunk of time. This time goes so quickly. I thank you all for tuning in and calling in the literally the phones have been running off the hook. And we have someone who disagrees with you guys on school indoctrination Tony from Baltimore. How can I help you? Good morning. Wanted to say schools by log reflect their greatest communities, and I think what happens is sometimes people have viewpoint and some of those political points might be three points at a dying out with the younger generation, and they think that the world on fire the world's not all fire sometimes people have different viewpoints based on community, especially as becomes more diversified. My children had with us most night. We had we need is a family. Right. So what the school and learn something that was counter to what they were learning at home also would come up at dinner plate. Plate that we would run the check daily check in. Right. Yeah. And then the other we'd run the check was the fact that you know, I would drop out of school unannounced, so often. The niece of a classroom. I can hear what the lecture was you know, what the teacher, you know, knowing that. I was coming. All my children knowing how was coming. Wait. Wait. Hold on. Wait, a father who's involved in their children's lives want in Baltimore. Right. Thank you. The other thing too is the good that goes on Baltimore's often overlooked, right? It's fashionable to beat up on certain segments of the population and black fathers. I wanted to one of the people who get beat up on a lot. So that's a whole different conversation. No. I mean, I mean, this is your time. I mean, two seconds from fear with me and share with the listeners what you wanna tell like as a let's say black men in Baltimore. What do you wanna share with society about your city because everybody's been, you know, talking down about us for I don't know. However, many decades, what did you like to say? I'd like to say there are a lot of us who have come up and poor communities such as cherry hill. We got good quality education in the Baltimore City public schools to the seventies and eighties. We. Some of these guys went on to become bad. What city police officers Baltimore County police houses state troopers, they went into military service, and those kind of things that you know, generally are overlooked talked about a lot of us went on to college degrees, and, you know, live a relatively clean life and a like that where we contribute it back to society. Yeah. Basically, you're talking about human dignity like individual liberty and making sure that you protect your God, given potential correct, not not an individual liberty situation on my life turned around my life was only because a lot of the social programs and the policies that changed in the fifties. And sixties. My dad who was born in one thousand nine hundred and couldn't get a quality education federal government. And a lot of law seems to make things equal a lot of the rights on the state to discriminate against Nike. To some of the top universities in the country. Because they took away some of the state's right to be separate, but unequal that was number one. Then we got gotta cut off. We thank you.

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"matori" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Very excited whenever we get one of the fellow faculty members from the Salem radio network on the show and this time it is time. Eric metaxas. On the line RIC. I am very much on the line suggestion. Thank you for having make absolutely we have to discuss spec. You'll new show on the TB N faith and family TV network before we discussed that I wanna play for those watching livestream. You can see the video, but you who are listening to radio, and Eric listen to this audio from CNN is actually a CNN Anka, cold or guest, whatever. Some he works CNN cold camel bell who is interviewing an antiques member on camera. And it is quite quite stunning. Play video cut twelve. Oh, so this is the thing. He put up around neighborhood this guy works for ice grabbing kids taking them away from their families, whatever. So I dock and for people who don't know adopting is it's basically like you post people public information or you make them known to people. Are you not afraid that somebody from those gonna see that and go that I'm gonna docks? You can go for it. You could have shown up today, you know, messed up so that we don't see your face. So there's a little bit more plausible deniability. I have never made me stop before. Something's gonna block out this face. Just to have you seen this person getting coffee neighborhood or on your bus? This person's the privatize immigration detention system. They are modern day. Nothing putting people including children in concentration camps be on the lookout some people say that that kind of like saying there are modern day Nazi that. It's like, it's. Matori's concentration camps. That's too over the top. It isn't planetary because it is extreme. It's a terrible thing. That's happening. So the argument from people in the left, and right, but even the left is going to be like, these are just people who have. China have a living and they just trying to support their families. And I understand that. But the thing is white, you know, SIS gender heterosexual men, Washington. No. But eventually fascist will come to, you know, once they've come for everyone else at your privilege won't protect you forever. Even though.

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"matori" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Very excited whenever we get one of the fellow faculty members from the Salem radio network on the show and this time it is time. Eric metaxas. On the line, Eric, I am very much on the line Sebastian for having. Absolutely. We have a lot to discuss especially. Your new show on the T B N, faith and family TV network before we discussed that I wanna play for those watching livestream. You can see the video of you who are listening radio, and Eric listen to this audio from CNN, this is actually a CNN anchor cold or guest, whatever some he works CNN called camel bell who is interviewing and antiques member on camera, and it is quite quite stunning. Play video cut twelve. So this is the thing you put up around neighborhood guy works for ice grabbing kids taking them away from their families, whatever so I- docs, and for people who don't know a dachshund is it's basically like you post people's public information or you make them known to people. Are you not afraid that somebody from the other side is going to see that? And go. Doc, you well, they can go for it. You could have shown up today, you know, masked up so that we don't see your face. So there's a little bit more plausible deniability. I have never made me stop before. So I'm just going to block out this face to have you seen this person getting coffee or neighborhood or on your bus? This person's the privatize immigration detention system. They are modern day Nazi putting people including children in concentration camps be on the lookout people say that that kind of like saying they're modern day Nazi that. It's like, it's it's planetary training camps. That's too over the top Matori because it is extreme. It's a terrible thing. That's happening. So the argument from people on the left, and right, but even the left is going to be like, these are just people who are trying to have a living, and they just trying to support their families and understand that. But the thing is white gender heterosexual men. I watched that eventually fascists. We'll come to you know, once they've come for everyone else as your privilege won't protect you forever. Even though right now, it.

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"matori" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on 710 WOR

"She has other biopsy which is positive and she declined therapy. And then seven months before she came to me shed, a pet scan which showed extensive disease in the left breast. I remember this woman who decade before had breast cancer had breast cancer the breasts. You had lumpectomy only which is not considered adequate therapy for invasive, breast cancer. Then she came to me, her vision was okay, she had some trouble digesting shed painted, the chest shed, losing of blood. So the cancer was eating through the breast and the breast is red and inflamed. That's called inflammatory breast cancer sheds other breast cancer, the family her mother died of breast cancer. She has multiple cousins with breast cancer. I examined her she had marked distortion of the breasts. The breast is finger. Placed by cancer cancer's eating up the breast. It was too stored. And it was rather than there was press Ganey was thickened with patches of cancer. There's no lymph nodes had some wheezing longs. Societa then flam Matori breast cancer, twelve years after first surgery with no education therapy. And well, she's in trouble. She now knows the data data shows that people who have our treatment will live longer than people who don't have the treatment. So as lots of reasons for women with breast cancer to be seen here at radio surgery, New York, I can tell you that when I came to New York thirty years ago ninety seven percent of getting mastectomies they were losing their breast and New York City at the fanciest dancy is hospitals. Whereas in my practice ninety percent of women were keeping their breasts in the fancy is best practice around. If you ask me, that's my own bias. I'm just joking a little bit there. But you can see the huge difference. Big hospitals. Ninety seven percent, we're doing this stacked Amies on their women. Ninety seven percent of them are losing their breast with us ninety percent of them. When we're keeping their breast says, a big mentality is a big psychological issue. There's a big component of the doctors, experience and knowledge and talents. And probably how the doctor presents that experience to the patient. But I believe the doctor should use data to reflect the fact that women with us doing better than women that most hospitals in New York City that were commonly losing their breast. He always cut off the brass, but he can't put it back on and sometimes people think are reconstructed breasts looks like a normal breast. Well, maybe once in a blue moon it does. But usually it's a surgeons interpretation of abreast, you should something. Like a beach ball underneath the skin says the shape or feel or contour qualities of breast often the nipples remove that's not reconstructed. Same way. Usually so cessation to the breast is also lost. So lots of reasons to consider a appointment with us before you make a critical decision her breasts or cancers. How are we talking about this from with inflammatory breast cancer was treated here more than a year ago where we're talking to her about her today because she came into my office yesterday. And we got a pet scan. I examined her and pushes into remission amazingly with our treatment only for inflammatory, breast cancer..

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"matori" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:41 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Hey, everyone. It's Liz Matori. Thank you for hanging in with us. That was our duly elected president asked speaking before our break about the national state of emergency that he just cleared if anyone had called earlier, please call back where you've cleared the lines for you. The number is four ten WCBS six eighty one eight hundred WCBS six eighty. Yeah. So what do you think? I personally I'm just going to let you know might be the first might be the fifth might be the twenty fifth person to say as of today. What does today February fifteenth nineteen we are now officially they've been wanting it now, we have it. We are in a constitutional crisis people. This is what we're doing. And again as liberty lovers as actual people who want to conserve our constitutional Republic. We need to bulk up our civics. We already know. But there's so many people who don't know, especially the. People who are younger than me under the age of thirty. This is all of its connected folks, every single element. Whether it's our education system, whether it is the crazy drug crisis, the onslaught of illegal immigrants, or they're not immigrants illegal entrance immigrations actual legal term that actually meant something back in the day. All of it even stacking of the courts, again, the reason why I am so adamant about is because I was right there. And then I was like OMG. That's not cool. There's gotta be something different. So what was it two thousand and five high was a third year in law school at Howard University school of law, and you know, I went I was a part of the American constitution society. American constitution society is the counterpart to the federalist society. The ACS if you will. Basically had this form up at Yale University school of law, and they discussed what they were going to create the constitution to be in twenty twenty again guys they have been working on this since back then and that was just when I was around. So imagine in the eighties when they were in college and law school and what they're trying to do. In reiterate, you know. Oh, Kostya Cortez is like just a frigging puppet. She has nothing to do with the real nitty gritty the real people who are literally trying to destroy our constitution. They want to say that they want to protect our constitution and the and the the the balance of power's it's bogus. They're just using it as you know, just something that they think they have an ability to talk about. But what they wanted to do in two thousand twenty by twenty twenty which is what next year folks, this is where crunch time constitutional crisis. That's why they stacked the courts article three got article one which is. Legislator legislative branch. Article two is the executive branch article three of the constitution is the federal the federal courts, those are life time appointments RPG shots RV. Apparently, she's back. I want proof of life people allegedly. She's back on the courts, I want to see photos. I want to see the mirror underneath her nose show that she's actually alive. But again, if you have those three parts of our federal government, right? I was sitting there in jail. And I was like all right. So why are we focused so much on the courts? Why hasn't this entire time? Two day forum where all these law students were there. I actually met Podesta there. It's so crazy, you know to meet these people and then to see all this come and play out. And I asked him. I was like all right. You guys. Talking about stacking the courts, and and making sure you have, you know. Constant the type of jer jer sorry. The type of judge that you want to have in these federal courts, whether it's the circuit court in the ninth circuit, or you know, the people who are when you stack judges he basically are able to appoint judges for life. The supreme court is one thing. And we'll talk about it in a moment. But all the federal courts from across the country. What is the district court, which is the trial level or the appellate court, which is the court of appeals and the circuits the ninth circuit. We hear a lot with California and Hawaii, and then you have the supreme court all those things for the last fifteen years, they have the liberals. The progressive have been stacking those court and appointing through the Obama administration dozens and dozens of judges from around the country just in case someone like Donald Trump, whatever to come out seriously. This is what they're saying. And then again, like, why are they focused on the courts and not congress because congress actually is the body of government that is supposed to be related to the electorate. We are supposed to control. Role who gets represents? But oh, wait. We literally do not have that power anymore because of what gerrymandering again over the last fifteen twenty years both parties. Now, not just Democrats but Republicans as well have found their safe districts. They have crafted them and congealed them to a point where. Yes, you get seventy seven thousand people to vote for you. And you still can't unseat an incumbent. This is what happens what happens to us in Maryland over the last fifteen twenty years has happened across the country. That's why oh Cossio Cortez is able to have that seat as. As an ill informed as that individual. Is that is a safe seat for the Democrats? So they were able to do whatever they want, and please these people to be pawns. So you have that you have this. You have the courts you get the actual electorate out of the picture. He not. I mean, they got a so disenchanted by politics and every single time I hear a citizen saying that they don't care about politics. That's the problem. It's you folks, not folks who are adamantly listening to WCBS every day. Which are you guys are amazing. I'm talking about your cousins that are like I don't want to deal with it. It's too confrontational. I'm out on even vote anymore. So that's it you unfortunately, are part of the problem. Sadly, you are not stepping into your citizenship. He no you are not challenging you are not protecting your God given rights. It's not. It's not about like, you know, open borders is just like. That's just the tip of the iceberg. All these steps prior to how how we are taxed what our tax payer dollars paid for. You know, all this stuff. The congress wants to say that it's you know, there are thorny. No. It's the authority of the American people, and we most of this country want. Our president duly elected not voted by Russia, but us people humans American citizens, duly elected this president with the one power that we have two years ago was our vote. We were sick and tired of it. We didn't want to see another eight years of Clinton. We felt in our guts that something was wrong. I initially supported President Obama. But the moment that he started appointing former Clinton nights, Ben Larry Summers, you know, full on globalist elitist to his cabinet he ceased to be. The president that I thought as a former liberal that he would have been. So you got the eight years, then you get fast forward to again, it goes back to the twenty six thousand election. They did not plan on having President Trump be elected president what they did not plan is that average citizens would rise up and exercise their right to vote. And again, you see sixteen year olds are pushing sixteen year olds to vote because they know they're ill informed. They can manipulate these voters to vote, however, they want they don't want learn at people to vote they don't want, you know. Passionate patriots to vote to protect their constitutional Republic. That's what they don't want. They don't want diversity of thought. They don't want diversity of opinion. They don't want people to challenge the status quo. You know, and they forget that our country was founded on that sense of revolution. That's really what they are trying to dissipate. And again, like I listened to a lot of things online and one of the sound bites that I thought was really useful is what they're doing. Now is they're incorporating an infiltrating a whole population of docile and hostile individuals docile and hostile individuals. I mean, how profound is that you have folks who are coming into this country that really have no relationship to what's going on here. There's a reason why our country is so frigging awesome. It didn't just happen overnight. Every generation has literally fought to protect and grow the strength of our constitutional Republic. Our forefathers in four miles did their part. This is now our chance to conserve it. But yes are conservative Republicans. Where are they half of them didn't run for reelection this year? Why you ask them? Why? Why didn't you? Why didn't you stay there? Stick it out and protect us and fight for us. Why did you give up? They were talking about earlier. You know, what does this state of emergency? You know, now why didn't you deal with it two years ago? The reason why they didn't do it deal with it two years ago is because they were way comfortable the establishment GOP. They didn't support your your girl. Could you not every single time? I meet a democrat. And they're like, oh, you're taking Republican GOP money. I was like I wish I was we're out here on our own. You talk about wanting to be an independent beat the way to be an independent is to be a conservative Republican in this country. We're gonna take a break, and we have a couple of calls, please call in feel free to share your opinion, four ten WCBS six eighty..

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"matori" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Song? I love the sound this Elliott so on WCBS, and I'm Liz Matori, I'm billing in for Bruce. We have a message from our app. This is from Henry from BelAir. He says GM wanted to buy property next to them from city to expand and Bill cars from start to finish their city said no so GM left a lot of jobs lost Dem's run the city. Yes, Henry you are quite accurate. You know? That's the problem. If you are if they're trying to like shut down the city on purpose like, they don't want Baltimore to progress. And then they have the nerve. I think Kamla another Email said that Kamala Harris is going to try to do a fundraiser here in Baltimore City. And I'm sure she's going to point to look at the degradation of the city of Baltimore. That's why we need to have gun grabs. It's like, no. Lady. That's that's not what it's going on. It's the fact that you literally meaning the Democratic Party has. Suffocated the life out of the city for the average resident mind you if you have millions of dollars and can buy a penthouse. Everybody's welcome in that echelon of society. But when it comes to the average citizen. Yeah, they're just going to push you out to the county's let them deal with you. Right. Bob from park Ville you there. Yes, I'm here. Welcome. Welcome to town. I..

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WCBM 680 AM

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"To see what's going on in my backyard radio six. Barracuda. Nice. Then this music, so. Say ram still people know what rent is. All right. Welcome back. This is Liz Matori I'm filling in for Bruce Elliott show. If you wanna call us here, it's four ten W C B M six eighty that is four ten six eighty. If you wanna Email me while I'm here is A M six eighty at wcbMcom. And let's take Tom are you still there from Gainesville? Thank you for holding. What can I do for you? You're right. They don't care about time. Now when I wanted to make you listen to Trump's plan. I listen to it on Saturday. And the thing that struck me was it was an all points approach to solving the problem really solving the problem attacking all the different points that need to be addressed. And you know, when you think about it this has been going on for decades, and these people many most have been there the whole time. And if there's supposed to be the best of the best, and they're just so perfect, wonderful and smart, they haven't fixed. The problem answer is because they don't want to they want to be able to keep using it. They want to keep family use it to you as a as a reason for forgetting both as a reason four point fingers at the other person calling names, and they've they've I think the ultimate we want to hold out until they get to a point where they can get all all the whole thing. Just like they did with ObamaCare right ram it down our throat, and it's amazing. When you talk about it that the average. Person can't see that who they vote for. And what those policies are and those programs they want to implement it has a direct correlation to how much you pay. Absolutely. You know, it's funny that you mentioned it. You know, we hear Democrats talk about all these different resources that you want to give to this that and the other. It's like the government doesn't make any money all the money that the government all those resources that they're speaking of come from your paychecks like you, our paychecks not theirs because they make so much, and they probably offshore a lot of their money and not the people who are on government assistance. It's our paychecks that pay for it. Right. But even if you think you're not going to pay for because you don't have an income or because you're not wealthier Hyun on property. They will get you another way. That's the reason cigarettes or six dollars, a pack. Well, higher tax on liquor sales. And there is another items as far as the sales taxes, right? We'll find a way to get it sooner or later, you will pay. For it. Absolutely. Thank you for calling. I really appreciate that. I mean, that's the thing. Like, we have to be more mindful. I mean every single time you go to vote every single time you run for office. There is a reason why we have the government we have, you know, it's our fault. If you will. Ultimately speaking, we're going to take a hard break, and we'll be back in a moment..

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WCBM 680 AM

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Matori, I'm filling in for Bruce Elliott this morning and Monday. Thank you so much for checking in I didn't even know if. Be nice to meet at any Hugh. Thank you off for tuning in. Again. I'm Liz Matori. Some of you may know me you might be one of the amazing seventy seven thousand seventy seven thousand people who voted for me for the second congressional district race. We just had or maybe two years ago. You voted for me when I ran into strict eight either way, I am very very excited to connect with you today. Yeah. A little bit about me. So you know that I'm not just this random person. I was a I guess I'm the most visible defector of the Democratic Party as a four years ago. I was a very active liberal. I wasn't quite progressive. I didn't quite get that far. But. You know, I had Ryan I delegate four years ago. I was a field organizer for the Democratic Party. And a lot of people ask how how did you come a Republican? Let's be honest. I never ever ever ever ever ever thought that I'd become a Republican? I never even thought about leaving the Democratic Party. But when you see sort of how sausages made things start, you know. Coming to fruition. So I think if anything when I'm really excited about is getting more people inspired to open their eyes and open their hearts and open their minds to becoming liberated like, I am I feel like a very liberated individual. Very passionate patriot. Now that I have have been able to do what I have done. So let's see this catharsis cathartic experience has been rather emotional. Some people have seen my bouts of emotion over these last two three years on Facebook. I have shared I've been very public about what has happened. It's not very easy to be a black conservative. It's not very comfortable to be a vocal conservative women, for example. But do I think that it's all this is worth it. Absolutely. I do think that more of us either need to leave the Democratic Party. I don't even know if I'm allowed to say that on radio, but at the very least know that there are wonderful people on the other side. And maybe there's something that can be said for you know, why things are as as bad as they are. So really quickly. I went to the inauguration on Wednesday of our governor and funnily enough for years ago. I was at PwC. Governor HOGAN won all of us were heartbroken internet. Heartbreak fit. Y'all felt some of you felt maybe not you listeners. But the other people who aren't listening to this show felt when Hillary Clinton had lost two years ago we had already felt that four years ago. And Anthony Brown and omen lost their races. We worked really really really really really hard to get them elected. But of course, you listeners got Larry HOGAN and Boyd Rutherford. To win which is great. So being on that side of things. And then and then being here now has been amazing. And so when I was there at the inauguration today, I was like listening in and I was excited to be there. But then I was like but little reserve because I felt like it just the energy was slightly different than even during the campaign. And so I am I'm still a HOGAN supporter. I want to remain a HOGAN supporter, but you know, let's be honest. Most Republicans are most conservatives in the state in this country are also Trump supporters. So that's the problem or the dilemma that we face as conservatives. We can be HOGAN supporters, can we can be Trump supporters. But I felt like there's more and more of a push for people to even make us pick aside. And so I'm like, well, you know, the Republican party or the conservatives here in Maryland were already like a. We're the minority. And so, you know, like, well, why don't you kind of consider that? There are certain things that we stand for. And we are proud of. And you can be our governor. But you can also. Okay. This is a cool. The first caller..

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Savage Lovecast

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"Sleep or whatever else he needs that release needs that master Matori moment, and you can't tell him what he may. Or may not think about what you can ask him is to be considerate of your feelings that it kind of makes you feel bit weird to walk into living. Rumor sit in bed and see him in the living room with his ex girlfriend's Instagram account. Open looking at pictures of her in the swimsuit from this summer, while he checks off that that makes you feel a little insecure, and it is inconsiderate your preference would be for him not to do that at all. But. At the very least he needs to not do that where you're going to see it not do it in your living room or he's to angle the computer away from the bedroom while he enjoys his ex-girlfriend's social media accounts. I think this is actually really common now so many people have so many photos on their phones and hopefully from their past relationships. Happy memories of sexual experiences that they may be tempted to call up mentally or otherwise diving into the archives when they wanna masturbate doesn't mean they're not attracted to the person. With now doesn't mean they have not enjoying creating new memories with the person. They're with now just those old memories. Are there for a reason spanks for the memories there, and they're arousing, and I really feel sometimes that there are two different ways. People masturbate some people masturbate about what they have done have experienced have witnessed have participated in. And some people masturbate about what they want to have happen. Some people masturbate about the future. After a lot of people masturbate about the past. Then your boyfriend, maybe a pastor baiter as opposed to a future baiter, and you have to allow him to be who he is sexually particularly when he is exercising. His I think legitimate right to some erotic autonomy. Everybody masturbate there should masturbate. If I had you on the phone. I would turn this around on you when you masturbated, I hope you masturbate. What do you think about only him and only the future or do you casually? Think about your high school boyfriend, if you're one of those lucky few who's first experience actually was really hot really positive do you? Sometimes think about that. When you masturbate. It's not a betrayal is it. When you do it. So shouldn't be betrayal. When he does it. What is it betrayal is the inconsideration? He needs to take your feelings into consideration. And keep that private keep it out of sight. So you can get it outta mind. All right before we get to your response calls. Here are some of your tweets or some more of your tweets. Sam tweets at fake, Dan, savage, literally sat on the floor of my kitchen for the story of a Larry Solomon while listening to this week savage. Love cast these Christian people had me hashtag shook hashtag. Yikes. Hashtag. No. Thank you next. Oh, there's something on dimension about Larry Solomon at the top of last week show. He's the man, of course, behind biblical gender roles. I did talk about how his first wife cheated on him and divorced him. And I'm personally still wrestling with wile women cheat on the author of such posts as how a husband can enjoy sex that causes his wife pain and wildlife should endure painful sex with her husband, but I fail. To note that Larry is no longer single sorry. Ladies, according to his bio at BG are Larry has since remarried. So he's off the market for now. And if you're out there wondering, why someone would marry an asshole like this just remember that someone married Charles Manson, Alex makes coffee tweets.

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Savage Lovecast

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on Savage Lovecast

"Sleep or whatever else he needs that release needs that master Matori moment, and you can't tell him what he may. Or may not think about what you can ask him is to be considerate of your feelings that it kind of makes you feel bit weird to walk into living. Rumor sit in bed and see him in the living room with his ex girlfriend's Instagram account. Open looking at pictures of her in the swimsuit from this summer, while he checks off that that makes you feel a little insecure, and it is inconsiderate your preference would be for him not to do that at all. But. At the very least he needs to not do that where you're going to see it not do it in your living room or he's to angle the computer away from the bedroom while he enjoys his ex-girlfriend's social media accounts. I think this is actually really common now so many people have so many photos on their phones and hopefully from their past relationships. Happy memories of sexual experiences that they may be tempted to call up mentally or otherwise diving into the archives when they wanna masturbate doesn't mean they're not attracted to the person. With now doesn't mean they have not enjoying creating new memories with the person. They're with now just those old memories. Are there for a reason spanks for the memories there, and they're arousing, and I really feel sometimes that there are two different ways. People masturbate some people masturbate about what they have done have experienced have witnessed have participated in. And some people masturbate about what they want to have happen. Some people masturbate about the future. After a lot of people masturbate about the past. Then your boyfriend, maybe a pastor baiter as opposed to a future baiter, and you have to allow him to be who he is sexually particularly when he is exercising. His I think legitimate right to some erotic autonomy. Everybody masturbate there should masturbate. If I had you on the phone. I would turn this around on you when you masturbated, I hope you masturbate. What do you think about only him and only the future or do you casually? Think about your high school boyfriend, if you're one of those lucky few who's first experience actually was really hot really positive do you? Sometimes think about that. When you masturbate. It's not a betrayal is it. When you do it. So shouldn't be betrayal. When he does it. What is it betrayal is the inconsideration? He needs to take your feelings into consideration. And keep that private keep it out of sight. So you can get it outta mind. All right before we get to your response calls. Here are some of your tweets or some more of your tweets. Sam tweets at fake, Dan, savage, literally sat on the floor of my kitchen for the story of a Larry Solomon while listening to this week savage. Love cast these Christian people had me hashtag shook hashtag. Yikes. Hashtag. No. Thank you next. Oh, there's something on dimension about Larry Solomon at the top of last week show. He's the man, of course, behind biblical gender roles. I did talk about how his first wife cheated on him and divorced him. And I'm personally still wrestling with wile women cheat on the author of such posts as how a husband can enjoy sex that causes his wife pain and wildlife should endure painful sex with her husband, but I fail. To note that Larry is no longer single sorry. Ladies, according to his bio at BG are Larry has since remarried. So he's off the market for now. And if you're out there wondering, why someone would marry an asshole like this just remember that someone married Charles Manson, Alex makes coffee tweets.

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WCBM 680 AM

08:44 min | 3 years ago

"matori" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"B. Hi, hi. Thank everybody wants to do. Standing. Well, let's be fair. Altering reality of one fashion or another is as old as man. In one fashion or another whether mushrooms play ODI, or or Mead or or beer or any other alcohol altering one's reality through some kind of drug is old as mankind. I mean, it's been around forever and the desire to alter one's reality in this culture is particularly profound and we've talked about my analysis as to why I believe that's happening. And I think that there's I think there's value that analysis, but yeah, I as I would feel no danger whatsoever. Knowing that my next door neighbor had a rocket launcher in his basement because my next door neighbor's responsible human being and law-abiding and would not use. The thing are to be perturbed at me. If I feel the cut my lawn in time, for example, but there are people who don't have the will necessary or the told this is just alter your reality just a little bit and you'll be really good with it. And they ended up overdosing on on heroin or overdosing an opium or or any of the other illegal drugs and. You're not going to shut off the flow of illegal drugs in this country and shut off the demand the demand. Weren't there? The drugs wouldn't be there. It's really a pretty straightforward equation. Liz agree disagree. I think addiction is a very complicated issue. I think it's exacerbated quite quite a lot in the last several years. I have some friends who have a dictionary shoes and have overdose as well. So it's sort of like a soft spot for me. But what's happening now is it's all related to the economy. I think when you have whole generations of people out of the workforce who feel absolute depression. It's like one thing that leads to another. You know, you meet people especially out in the more suburban rural areas that grandparents are now having to adopt their grandchildren because that middle generation. Yeah. Thanks. I appreciate sports bit further with because. That's that's not quite how I see it. Right. I think you have to go one step further apart of my disinterest in that kind of thing is because I dad and a strong nuclear family. I was the son in a strong nuclear family a little both my parents had issues. I don't think that there are many of us in the world who can say my parents were perfect. I mean, every every human being has issues of one firm and other my parents, my mom was an alcoholic and part of it is that I realized that I have that potential as we always have to be aware of that. I have that addictive personality potential, and however, I'm not particularly tempted by cocaine and marijuana or I mean there there's no charm there for me, I actually kinda like reality. So I'm disinclined to use it. If you take a look historically during the great depression. There was not an uptick in alcohol deaths or other illegal drug deaths because during the great depression people still hits. Strong nuclear families. And I think that's actually we're part of part of the problem lies is with a lot of folks in the culture who no longer have that that that has been eliminated by the political left whether deliberately right? So that the state will take care of you. Well, the state is not competent at doing that. And because of that they end up wanting to alter that reality because they don't like their reality very much. I agree. And then ultimately speaking it's about creating chaos and allowing chaos to exacerbate. And that's what they're having. All right back to the phones. Dave is in Perry hall. Dave good morning. Thanks for hanging on Bruce. I wanted to mention to you several of my my friends and neighbors have suggested that perhaps they should consider constructing a barrier wall as a practice will you know, around Baltimore City. Yeah. Simply simply to keep the outsiders out because we care so much about. Look, it should be mentioned at least without. So we don't just dwell on one top for the entire Dave. Data. But apparently now have once again, a a new nominated police Commissioner, which is the guy who never applied for the job. I'm not quite sure how that occurred that a guy who didn't want the job is now the mayor's nominee again. I wish each of these individuals the best of luck. And we'll see I mean, the guy has a great looking resume. I mean, the posting in the sun greater can resume as what impact he can have on this city when it comes to things like lowering the murder rates were below three hundred. I'll be watching carefully. And we keep track of that in the course of the four so far this year, by the way is in the city so far. Well, you know, one of them that close friend, actually, a relative who was involved in the. The drug task forces passed last summer, actually, and they were tracing calls for known big time dealers, and they traced to tell by telephone and they traced a call and it had the. Well, had a distinctive voice of social conversation of one of those commissioners. And he said to his captain, what do we do with that? And I don't know what they did with it. He of course, step down over tax problems. Think about that. We've talked about it several times all tax records from New Orleans were washed away with Katrina. So that's not gonna be a problem with this guy. They're all gone. Face your call. Appreciate it for one zero WCBS. This Email from Gabriel. Mr. Elliot, Bruce, please. Gabriel always strikes me when you call me, Mr. Elliot. That's it used to be that when I was a kid driving. If somebody pulled you over like with flashing lights on their vehicle and address you as Mr. Elliot was not a good day for you. Right. By and large. I still feel that way although much more likely now to be pulled over by an individual my son's age is older than me. Who will say Mr. Elliott's, please just don't start with that. Because I know it's going to be a bad day. A small portion of the show yesterday. Would you encourage your listeners to call all representatives and senators in state divorce support of the president's wall construction may suggest you include a request to be civil about it. My niece began working as an intern. Invent Holland's office a few weeks ago, she mentioned Trump policy reporters. Yelling use cuss words to express themselves. She played tells the caller that his or her position has been duly noted in a will be passed along to the Senator, but he's going to continue to yeller cuss. The call will be terminated my knees understands these strength of passionate behind the callers actions. I'm here to state that on this or any issue. There is no excuse to behave as badly if not worse than Jim Acosta. I was raised in the era of Reverend king and red Skelton to public figures, I looked up to as a complete a comported themselves in public, Mr. skeleton was quoted saying, I'd rather have people say boy, he's hokey isn't he rather than who was the guy who all those dirty jokes. He did not approve of swearing. I don't think anybody should have the money to pay at the box office to hear what they can read on the restroom walls. Look, I'll be honest with you. It doesn't dawn on me to say this because we stress civil discourse on this show, and people know when they go. To the Bruce Soviet show page on Facebook. If they use profanity their comment will be removed if it's chronic there will be removed. They'll be blocked from doing do we again? But yeah, people be I mean, don't be a democratic congresswoman from for Michigan. Okay. I'll let the left on that particular part of our language for one zero six eighty s our telephone number. If you want to join in Bruce Elliott, and Liz Matori here, Bruce Elliott, let me tell you many listeners know getting your teeth fixed. Not something you've really look forward to you put it off for a very long time. I used to fitness category until it made me I appointment with Dr Ed laser cosmetic dentistry inborn. I'm glad. I did. She like me. You're no longer have to worry about painful procedures.

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