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"A relation but an extreme burden on small and family owned farms and is contributing factor to many farms going out of business. Policies during the Obama administration, such as the rules under the waters of the US Act, threatened to increase that regulation as his policies proposed through the green new deal. Which your climate plan and embraces though it doesn't excuse me if I could finish I'm sorry. How do you plan to decrease The regulatory burden for farmers and businesses as a whole to wait number one. Last farmers by dealing with you being able to put land and land banks and you get paid to do that to provide form or open space and provide for the ability Of you to be able to be in a position that we are going to pay you for planting certain crops and, in fact absorb carbon from the air. That's part of what the plan remains, too, in terms of agriculture and and the environment. But as relates to if you're talking about regulation, relations of fertilizer and water tables, that's a different thing in the United States in my state of Delaware, we have a $4 billion industry. Chickens, chicken and chicken, poultry and all what is all the all the manure? Quite Frankly, that is a consequence of chickens and so is polluting the chest. Big Bang! We found out we invest a lot of money We find out you can politicize this and take out Take out the methane. So you're in a position where you can use that fertilizer without the damage that was being done before. Same way with horse manure and common whore and pig manure. It's and we can create thousands of jobs in rural America as the consequence of setting up the small industries within communities. Caleb, you're on Michael Barry Show. Go ahead, sir. God bless America. God bless Trump 2020. I wonder. Hey, I want you to hear my my my dinger called in you guys. And what is it that I got? Mr Michael Barry Garrow, where you bought the dinger from a website. You hear That sounds better years. I'll do that one more time. Oh, yeah way Don't have us like we're gonna have us a kingdom competition. Gentlemen in the chairmanship, Ding Well, good. I appreciate you doing that. We just opened our store, and so we've been getting responses from people. If you would take a photo of you and everything you bought and send it to us through the website, Michael Berry showed that common economy and we're going to start posting some of those as people get their shirts and bumper stickers and Dingers and all sorts of other stuff. And so we're going to start posting those as they come in, So please take a moment and do that, so we'll have it, Caleb. Yes, sir. Thank you, sir. God bless you. Thanks for your support..
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"End of a long, hard week at work. Grown ass man or Asian woman ought to be able to pop the top on a cold beer on the draft. I'd like to do something I don't think we've ever don't show I'd like to pop the top to the president of United States of America. Donald J. Trump. I was not a fan I didn't vote for. I didn't believe he would do a good job. But by golly, I am man enough to say. I was wrong, and I'm very happy to say so. I'm very happy I was I wanted to be wrong, but didn't believe I would be. But I wass and I'm glad I want on. I will be voting for him and I will ask everybody around me to vote for him and I will do everything I can to get every voters to the polls. Give him four more years. Not because he's earned it. He's do it. He deserves it because that's what's best for our country. And so at this point we raise A toast. To the president of the United States of America. The four great years of service. Despite everything Everything they threw at him. And 24. More. To the phone calls we go, Jordan, you're on the Michael Barry Show. Go ahead. Hey, Michael. I had Yes, sir. Eggs Benedict. And pet, not wine for breakfast. Somewhat. Exactly. That's what I said. Pet, not wine. What is? What is it? It's some sort of rose a champagne. We went to some wine store here, and the guy was all about it. So we decided to try to throw her. What did you go to the ground? We went to great and great. Do you know where that is? Right next to Maine, right off a main Next to the pet store. Um, spell spell pet. Now. Is that a type of one or bran eyes that the bedroom It's a type of wine. I believe it. D E t E T The guy in a oh, a key now you're way off. Ah, PTO, too. Not in a T s P E t N A T Okay, So that's French. All right, Let me see what that C What is pet, not one says It's like a champagne kind of its p e action over the T. Jack. No dash in 18. What's light, natural and fizzy all over. That's right. We're talking about pet too long, natural or pit not Oh, it's Okay. All right, for short. So it's short for petty loan natural and it is, and then they shortened it to pet not despite its recent surge in popularity, pet not is actually far from being the new kid on the block. In fact, the Sprits see sparkler dates back pre champagne, making it the Ogi way to produce sparkling one. So how exactly is it made? But not is produced in the ancestral method, known as rural, argue R A. L E artisanal or Gallas watch long story short, The wine is bottled prior to fully completing its first fermentation, allowing carbon dioxide to be produced by the natural sugars found in the grapes. The ancestral method was originally used in Lim. Ooh, I guess Leslie more limo in the south of France in the early 16th century. Bye, winemaking monks. Those monks were amazing. This production method is contrary to the champagne all shop in Wa Method, the way in which champagne is produced where the base wine is fully fermented, then undergoes a secondary fermentation in bottle with the addition of yeast and sugar. Otherwise known as the cured Dhiraj. Unlike champagne,.
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"Of the United States of America. The four great years of service. Despite everything Everything they threw at him. And 24. More. To the phone calls we go, Jordan, you're on Michael Barry show Go ahead. Hey, Michael. I had Yes, sir. Eggs Benedict. And yet not wine for breakfast. Somewhat. Exactly. That's what I said. Pet, not wine. What is? What is it? It's some sort of rose a champagne. We went to some one store here, and the guy was all about it. So we decided to try the Rose. What did you go to the ground? We went to great and great. Do you know where that is? Right next to Maine, right off of main. Next to the pet store. Um, spell spell pet Now. Is that a type of one or brand? Ah, is that the big It's a type of wine. I believe it e e T T E The guy in a A and now you're way off PTO, too. Not in 80 80. Okay, so that's French. Are Mr with that? See what is pit, not one says Like a champagne kind of its p e action of the tea. Actor dash in 18. What's light, natural and fizzy all over. That's right. We're talking about pet salon, natural or pit not Oh, it's Okay, all right, for short, So it's short for petty, long, natural and it is, And then they shortened it to Pittman. Despite its recent surge in popularity, pet nut is actually far from being the new kid on the block. In fact, the Sprits see sparkler dates back pre champagne, making it the Ogi way to produce sparkling one. So how exactly is it made? That knot is produced in the ancestral method known as rural, argue R A. L E. Artisanal or Gallas watch long story short, The wine is bottled prior to fully completing its first fermentation, allowing carbon dioxide to be produced by the natural sugars found in the grapes. The ancestral method was originally used in the movie, I guess, Leslie more limo in the south of France in the early 16th century. Bye, winemaking monks. Those monks were amazing. This production method is contrary to the champagne, all shopping wa method the way in which champagne is produced where the base wine is fully fermented, then undergoes a secondary fermentation in bottle with the addition of yeast and sugar. Otherwise known as the Cure to te Rajah. Unlike.
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"More of the Michael Barry Show. I'm Cory Olsen on NewsRadio. 7 40 h. It's that time time time. Lock and load. Very show is on the air probably seen the outboard channels Hollywood weapons. It's in its fourth season because it's incredibly successful. A guy that host that is amazing. Amazing. Guy's name is Terry Shepherd. And you're going to hear a little bit about his background and you're going to hear why he's supporting Donald Trump. You're going to hear from a gun owners perspective. We might even call him a gun nut and we say so lovingly because all of you are as well. Why he is supporting Donald Trump and Terry Let me start out straight out of the gate as a gun owner wise, this election important Ah, well, it is pretty cool. Listen, we've had this debate for. It's been going on for years. All right, You can shoot. You have guns. Do you not have guns? I mean, I think right now, if you've been paying attention, have a modicum of attention was going on. We've watched We've watched cities walk away from their citizens in the middle of a riot. Right. So you pay taxes of these people. You elect them And then when people are riding in your street, they're pulling people out of their cars and beating them. They're attacking people, and they say we're not going to come to help you. So I think you have to be really willfully ignorant, or I don't know another word I would use but I mean, you have to realize at this point Now you're kind of on your own right. And you it's up to you. To protect yourself, your family, your friends or a, you know good citizens around you. I mean, if it's not clear now that you can, and it's not about singing bad about the police. It's just you have a state. And city governments that just they're not really interested in protecting you. And guess what? It's on you so you better pay attention. And I think now on the left has come out and said straight out. We want guns out of your hands. And I think, Okay, if you want to rely on your security, your safety for people who clearly don't care about you. Good luck, But I'm not one of them. And I know I know you're not either. You can carry one pistol on your person. You're going to carry concealed and you're gonna have to carry it all day. Every day. It's gonna have to have sufficient punch that you feel comfortable carrying it. But the small enough compact enough lightweight enough That that it's not going to be too cumbersome to keep on your person at all times. What is that one gun? Well for me. I mean, I've carried different ones at different times. But what I what I carry now for my everyday Kerry is a Springfield hellcat with with the optic on it. Um, it's really small. Ah, you have 11 rounds there. It's incredible what they've done with that, And you can have it on you all day, and it doesn't even bother you. You know, I would say the guns people asked me and I'm not really a gun guy. You know, I was a Green Beret Medic and You know, infantry guy and all that. But there's gun guy. I'm a gun user. I've been trained with guns my whole life, just like for school in special forces, blah, blah, But there's gun guys like friends in my world and also civilians that know way more about guns. But people ask me. What should I do? I said, Well, the gun you should really That gun you can. Cary is the one you're good with is the one that you have practiced with is the one that you know you can close your eyes and you can. You can draw that gun. You could drop the bag reloaded you You could put around on target with it, And you know it. You're comfortable with it. So I mean, you want to carry 1911 by all means Do you want to carry on? You know A Glock full frame blocked by all means. I just like I don't like having a really small one and the smaller guns as you know. A little bit. They can be a little more challenging to shoot because of kind of kind of jumpy, right? You know, there's a lighter, You know, you gotta manage the recoil but for me having a light gun like that is worth it. But what do you want to carry? I see the one you're you're you're pretty damn good with and that's the answer. So my brother who's a cop has to carry a gun all day every day. And I argue, because he thinks that carry guns that don't have enough punch power behind him. And my point is our accuracy. But my point is I'm not in the movies. I'm not shooting you three blocks away. I want to stop the threat and looking lcp is going to you know, 3 80 is going to stop the threat if you pop him a couple of times, So you got a great You've got a fascinating history. Terror are going to tell you Want to step back from the election for a moment and for people that don't know your history, you graduated with a degree in anthropology from U. N c W in 1918 1988. And as I understand that you read a book. About the green Berets in Vietnam and decided you wanted to be one. So you enlisted in the Army in October of 88. Tell me where you were physically, mentally your family's background. I mean to do what you've done, and we're going to go through. That is a pretty amazing journey. How did that start? Yeah. I mean, I guess people say about interesting life. I'd probably call it maybe schizophrenic disorder. But I was yes, I was. I was in college. You know, I was I was a bio guide. I switched anthropology and I was on my way. To go to Duke because they have a really great primate program, which, by the way, I ended up doing a lot of stuff with primates in the army. So that worked out but one day out of random event man, but he might have a book about the Mac v SOG IES in Vietnam. It was like a medical board that took it home. Read it cover to cover. I couldn't put it down. And it wasn't the mission profile. And because these guys are legends in our community, it was the black and white pictures. I looked at the black and white pictures of these cats. Before they went into the intro on the mission or when they came back for the bush. Their got their arms around each other. They're dirty. They got camel on your black eyes, White guys, Montaigne yards, and these dudes were smiling, smiling and and they had this look on in this cocky like, you know, and some of those guys didn't come back for the missions, and I thought I want to be that dude right there who can smile..
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"Only Michael Barry. Show good, sir. Yeah, Michael, First of all, I love your show, always entertaining an extremely informative I think it's time in this country for Trump to make the boldest move she's made to gauge Which is to publicly Old Congress accountable, say, Listen, guys. Don't bring me a bill that has any pork or trap that doesn't directly Benefit the people who need it. Most. I don't want a dollar going to these sanctuaries. Democrats Incompetent mayor's or governors. The American people need to know that every tax dollars At this moment. That is being spent. To help fight the virus. Needs to go for its intended purpose and exposed them all Democrats and Republicans, there is not a single reasonable person on either side of the Political spectrum. Yes, tolerates this corruption anymore. These don't get paid to do a job. They need to work for their salary, negotiate deals without biting each other's vote. We pay them. Passed legislation Now we need them to pass legislation that will exclusively benefit our citizens. You are directly impacted and not fun. Or bail out any of these blue cities or states. Roland. Thank you for the call. I like where your heart is. And it's not a bad idea. Necessarily. So then you ask the question. What you said is complete common sense. You'd think nobody would disagree with that. So why does it happen? Let me explain. If you have a congressman Who has Let's say you have a Republican congressman. And he's got a major city. As a portion of his district. That guy will quietly Not publicly. Work against the bill that you just proposed. Because he doesn't want to rile up the Democrats in his district. To start there. Then you learn That a lot of Republicans will tell you, they're for fiscal conservatism. But they also own a company that does business. With a major city. They engineer. They pave roads. They build buildings. They Go Pick up trash, you name it. And so they will tell you and I know this because I was on City Council and I would have Republicans who gave a lot of money to Republican candidates. And when you'd start exposing Hey, we need to cut this and cut this. I take it lunch. Michael, with I like you. You're a good guy. When you're trying so hard. You're doing everything right? I love where I love where you're going. But listen. I need you to lay off cutting that program over there. Why? It's complete waste. It's corrupt. I know. And you know what? I don't disagree. I don't disagree. But But my company has that contract and I can't afford to lose it. And and listen. Let's let's find some other places We can cut. Let's list and you go, okay? All right. I see how this happens. And you do see how it happened. It doesn't make that person an evil person. But you begin to realize. This is a very complicated business. This this political gamesmanship and the industry that is government government is also an industry. It's not just making decisions about who uses what bathroom It's a it's a multi $100 billion industry. And Some Republicans owned the businesses that get the money from the government. And so there's a good game that's talked when it comes to fiscal conservatism. Just don't slash the wasteful, corrupt Sanctuary City program that I'm personally benefiting from. Brad, You're on the Michael Barry Show. Go ahead, bread. I miss my car got questions for you. So I go to the University of think, Thomas. And They are sending out. Mandatory covert testing for us to go back to school. And I would just want to get your take on next to me. What? We all go back to school. And then the next week, someone test positive for covert. What good is the first test deuce long? It's pretty good. I mean, why would there be a man for nothing when you get the virus for next week? Well, it's not only that it's Requiring these tests. It is Is such an invasion. Of your civil liberties. It is so invasive, it is so unconstitutional. And it's un American. But these things they're terribly terribly UN American. And the answer. People will tell you is well it It keeps us safer. There's a lot of things that's exactly what the gun grabbers say. Exactly what the gun grabbers say. All of these arguments that air supposedly going to keep us safer and save grandma and everything else. At what cost? At what cost? Are you doing this and I don't think we're done with this. You know, I think we've hit herd immunity. We're still going to lose people. There's no doubt that this is just as we're going to lose people in the flu season that starts in October. We're going to lose somewhere between 30 and 60,000 people from October to March in this year's flu season, which we do every year, and by the way, the flu shot is only estimated to be 33% effective. Because they have to make the flu shot The last day of that have to agree the last day of February. As to what what cocktail they're going to create. Which strand of the flu is going to come this year. They were focused on cove it so I think they're probably even less likely to get it right..
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"George strike, who was the State Party chairman in the seventies before Republicans took over this state, he said, We got Tom DeLay elected to the Statehouse. First, the way we did. It was Republican women's groups. Unless we got elected the statehouse. We got him elected to Congress, he said, but we did it all on the backs of the Republican women's groups. And you know who you are The ladies out there. You're always going to the events. You're always putting signs out. You're always making phone calls. You are the people. Make it happen, and God bless you. If you're a college kid, you want to get involved. If you're a retiree, and you want to get involved, get involved. We need more people on our side in the process. And a papa top to those of you who are already doing. It just takes a phone calls, Tom, you're on the Michael Barry show. Hi. How you doing? Good. Ah, I want Teo. Ah, Tell about my, um, experience with my Ah tell of visiting call my doctors and how Ah They're charging $1000 per phone call to the insurance company. The last one. I have my wife Don't take those calls for updates. You go. Five minute calls of the doctor ask you how everything is doing. I said Why? Because they're building our insurance. $1000 a call there paying amount for $100. Call these a 10 minute phone calls, and I'm paying $100 out of my pocket. Even though the office says Oh, we thought you were covered. I said, Yeah, but you're eating up $1000 phone call. So this little $2000 CPAP. You've got meetings up to $10,000 in a matter of eight weeks. Because this is how the new money is being made with the doctors and they can't have people coming in. They're just, you know. Well, raking the money in on these little television ing calls and people realizing how much they're eating their insurance dollars up, Tallulah, I'm gonna I'm gonna slow down and go back. Talk to me like I'm five because I want to make sure I'm not missing something. So it's the plan of the 100 I had a cpap. Ah, you know, given to me by your insurance company for sleep apnea, Okay. And since you can't visit, okay, and this all started with a normal doctor visit where they all want to call you, You know, book an appointment, you tell of a phone call. And so I got referred at his sleep study thing down at home, which was convenient. And then they delivered half and Ah, you know, this all happened within a couple weeks quickly, actually. And then then they say, Well, follow up phone. Call them next week, And then they'll call, you know, Put you all at the doctor. He'll tell you. How you doing. How's that This house is bad. You know, five minutes, Okay, Everything's great, You know, pressure, blah, blah, blah. Okay, great. We'll call you back in two more weeks. So after about three phone calls, and ah, after every few weeks because the record of a certain amount of phone calls for the insurance company pay for the C pap over a period of maybe three months or four months and I have a follow up visit. And you would only go in the office, you know, and, you know, do Ah, office check visit, but they're doing on my phone. My what? Last time I got the phone call. I told my wife how that's the doctor called me from my checkup. And she says, Don't take that phone call, and I said, Why. They're charging $1000 for a phone call this particular doctor to the insurance company for each phone call for that telemarketing visit, And she pulled out the documentation of the blue cost BlueShield and it was $1000 of home call. The insurance company is paying for 100 bucks and if these were like, 10 to 15 minute phone calls OK at most, and my had a pocket was $100 so I'm paying $100. Even the life insurance and they said, I'm covered, but they're building. They're trying to get $1000 for a phone call. And she added up everything that this have cost of this date and was up to $10,000. For this little machine. You know, probably cost 4 $500. This is becoming the known new normal because it seems like every doctor I've is in the last few months. You can't meet them. Boy, did they want to make book telemarketing visits because that's how they're building. You know, it's kind of like attorney hours and they're trying to rack those hours up. And I'm sure every 10 15 minutes becomes an hour. You new name it, But I know you've been through a divorce. I know years ago, OK, the way you said that everybody that's ever complain, went through a divorce and had a divorce attorney. Let me ask you. How is the CPAP work for you? I like it took a little getting used to. Are you married? I I sleep well. You know? Are you married to it? Does your wife say it's helping her get better. I think so. Because I think snoring going No way to snore with the mouth closed in this thing on your nose, the top wanna wearing let me have alternate, So the CPAP is little. The CPAP is a little cumbersome. I've got a show sponsor. Are you in Houston? Okay, That's good enough. I've got a company called Houston Sleep Solutions that I've sent a lot of my friends to. They're doing one for me right now where they do this custom or a lap. And so you don't have to haul around the machine and all that, and Ah, let me send you to them and see if they'll take care of you. Um, if not, I'll figure this out. But I would like you to just test it out. Hold on, and I'm gonna get your phone number. And I'm going to send you to Houston. Sleep solutions dot com Dr Montes over there..
"michael barry" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Get back to Michael Barry on NewsRadio, one of +55 Democrats are looking for every advantage they can get in November, and they'll do whatever it takes to get there. One of the ways they want to do. There is one of the ways they want to do that is to cheat. That's what they do. I know that sounds like a conservative talk radio host just But I believe it. Cause I've seen it. And I'm watching it happen now. Jerry Nadler and the Democrats will tell you that you got to do the vote by mail. Yeah, I gotta do all the voting by mail. Can't have any in person voting. Ah, Why not? Ah, Covert covert. Yeah, Everything's covert coming and cover to get us. Oh, well, that's interesting. Because there's a lot more corruption. Possible when you do mail in voting. Then if you vote in person No male ends much better. Well before all this started. In 2004. Jerry Nadler had this to say the strain to observe that in my experience in New York, uh, paper ballots are extremely susceptible to Friday. And at least with the old clunky voting machines that we have in New York. Um they do it. Deliberate fraud is way down. Compared to paper when they When the machines break down, they vote on paper. We've had real problems, so that's it. That is, it has gotta be a way. It's gotta be a way I'm simply observing. That is a problem. There's gotta be a way of getting the best of our methodologies. But in fact, the mighty studies have shown that hand counted paper ballots are among the most reliable and if there's a miscount, you could discover it. You can't discover miscounts with these optical scan with paper. I want a paper trail. I want papers somewhere but pure paper with no machines. I can show you I can show you experience which makes your head spin. And we thank you for you know what makes me had spent my head spin. My Irish, You know, it makes me head spin. Yeah, the hypocrisy. Ted Cruz exposes the hypocrisy of Democrats picking and choosing which black lives matter, Mr German. Let me thank you also for your work going undercover with those white supremacist groups side Emphatically agree. The white supremacists are ignorant, bigoted morons and those who are violent should be criminally prosecuted and locked up for as long as humanly possible. And I will also note that I'm Cuban, American and white supremacist hate me, too. But at the same time, it's fairly striking that Elected Democrats. Want to ignore the violence of Antifa. I want to ignore. The violence on the left, and they just scream white supremacist white supremacist rather than condemn violence from wherever it is coming. The 277 injuries Of federal law enforcement officers in Portland. Are coming from the left and not a single Democrat on this committee acknowledges that David Dorn. African American police officer was murdered. Retired police officer in ST Louis, who is black. Was murdered, not a single one of the Senate's seven Democratic senators, who spoke at this hearing mentioned David Dorn's name. Patrick Underwood, another officer. Senator Durbin was the one Democrat who mentioned Patrick Underwood's name. Another black officer murdered. You see Democrats who repeats the slogan Black Lives matter, But apparently, those black lives are not worth discussing the black lives of police officers. Murdered by terrorists. I would notice well. It comes to black lives matter. As a proposition, the statement Black lives matter. It is unquestionably true. It is a truism. It is indisputable period. Full stop black lives matter and matter enormously. Every human being is a precious gift from God. That being said. And quite rightly, the overwhelming majority of Americans agree with the proposition black lives matter. It should be 100% of Americans agree with the proposition. Black lives matter. That is different. I would note Then the specific organization that has taken up the name black lives matter. And I think it is important to draw a distinction between the statement. Black lives matter that is indisputably right and the organization That is denominated black lives matter. Ted Cruz was on a roll. He also called out seven Democrat senators who refused to condemn Antifa terrorists. Senator Cruz takes him to task, and I would also note that throughout her remark, she still did not say a negative word about Antifa. Nor has any Democrat here. They instead engage in a political game where they depend. You're welcome to say something negative about Antifa right now. Well, okay..
"michael barry" Discussed on KTRH
"You are on the Michael Barry show. Yes, sir. I wanted to know about deal I got got On the Nineteens are far too does 16. Larry it? It was advertised at $51,000 window was 64. Got a large dealership there on our 45 course they said they could find the unit. So we had the stock number and prosciutto, walk all over the lot and actually found the vehicle went back to him. And they did not want to make the deal and I threw out the word baby switch. And next thing you know, the man you're saying they didn't really want to, but they would go ahead and honor the advertisement. I got the finance finance man had to check and see if this was actually the number. But I drove out of there with a $64,000 married for $51,000 the next day on the Internet. They had a caption on their ass. They could not honor certain deals due to mistakes. There's something I haven't checked, but I actually got a heck of a deal about that. All's well, that ends will Mark Kristen. You're on the Michael Berry Show. Go ahead. Okay, So I went to at the car dealership in Columbus some years ago. And I'm I'm, uh I'm going to trade into two door explored. I've done my research. I know how much I should get for this car on it straight in and out. But I'm a younger, single blond female, You know, so basically, they're trying to short me on what they're going to give me for my explorer on this train, and I was fined a blazer. So the guy keeps saying no, no. You know, we don't have very much. I can't give you more than that. And I well, you know, I'm going to think about it. We've got a lunch, So I go to Sonic and I'm eating lunch Well, I call the dealership a hand looking for an explorer like this. And that and these models and what do you sell in those four? I got 45 examples. Next thing I know this elopement pulls up next to me in the sonic drive through. Oh, hey, you know, uh, I think we could maybe make you a deal at lunch. You know, maybe I'll come back a little bit. So anyway, when I went back I told him I said, Look, you know you're trying to scam me here. I know exactly how much is melon before you've got this beautiful. You've got this vehicle. You've got the vehicle and you know, the look on his face was pretty damn priceless when he realized he wasn't going to get over on me, but ultimately I was able to make a reasonable deal with them, but only because I went back and did my research more and, you know, show them that they can't just scan me. What were you buying? I was fine. A blazer. I was trading a two door exploring for a blazer. Do they still make blazers? I'm not sure. I know they don't make the door explore anymore. Well, they are. The Blazer was so popular for the longest. It's funny how how those vehicles coming in and out of favor. And the Blazer was so my next door neighbour had a blazer. I thought that was cool Vehicle ever loved my place where I kept it forever until I got I got Bebo did it got total so but I loved it. You know, the other one? I don't think they make anymore was a Chevy s 10. Over the s 10. I don't think they make that anymore either. My brother had the coolest Chevy s 10. It was a midnight blue. With some special rim package and it had it had every feature known to mankind and it was coolest looking truck and it was a little truck because he was He was probably 23 24. It was one of his hay was early in his working life and paying a car note was about all he could do, and so you know, it wasn't anything overly fancy. In fact, it was. It was used probably quite a few years old. But I remember thinking that was just about the coolest vehicle ever. What do you drive now? Uh, now I have another explorer. You like to explore afford people. Did they stop making the Explorer for awhile? I don't know. No. They also stopped making with the excursion. The real quick. Yeah, the real big ones. Yeah, I remember the first time I saw the excursion because a buddy of mine that I was meeting for lunch called and said, Hey, I'm going to be a a bit because I can't get in the garage and the excursion was too big to fit into the garage where we were having lunch and I said, Well, I got to see what you're driving and I walked out. It was the first time I had seen it. And it was sort of like they had just taken the What was that the expedition that was bigger than the Explorer and they had just taken and stretched it out one more time. And I remember thinking Yes, I'm all for big vehicles. I don't because I'm not concerned about the gas, the environment by the environmental argument any of that. It just kind of looked funny because it was a Ziff. They did. Let's see how far we can take this thing. Before is just absolutely ridiculously absurd. And that might have been the point Where it wass. You know, the other thing you don't see anymore. I saw somebody in one the other day is a Hummer. I remember when everybody was getting Hummers. Nobody gets Hummers anymore. But I remember when they first came out, boy, that was everybody wanted a hover. Do they make those anymore? I don't think they make them anymore. One of the American dealerships bought it what one of the American manufacturers bought it. And then they did the scaled down version. Like the H two or whatever. I've never cared much for that. It looked like a Looks like a child's version of the Hummer. I will tell you, though, that Hummer that and two you've had a Hummer. You can't appreciate how fantastic they are. Those things were fun as hail. They were, they were, ah! They were very enjoyable for everybody out there who's had one. You know exactly what I'm talking about. Those were those were cool. I say things when I drive that intrigued me..
"michael barry" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Michael Barry show. Go ahead, dear. Clothes? Yep. Europe Ah, friend in Georgia went to get a corona test where she says I know I'm sick and it didn't She tested negative. So she wishes I know I still haven't. She went through forecast until she found got somebody killer is positive. She said that last words she went through four tests before what happened did forecasting because she was determined that she had and everything tested negative. Initially, she got one that should cause this sequence during the test. And then what did she do now that she was so excited? She had what she did that she said. I gotta stay home. When my sister law calls me and she says, Have you started wearing the mask? I said, I have not wanted mask yet. She goes. I'm God. Some I've got some with four layers. And I've ordered designer mask off the one hand. I do not need a man because you know you're so on the 72 sum. I will live the rest of my life in fear. If I'm going to get it, I'm going to get it. You know, I just Just drive me crazy. So and the guy that was just speaking before, ma'am, I'm like you the more if every business every person that backs down that just give us more power to what they're doing. Exactly Right. That's exactly you know everyone another not gender belt. Thank you. Thank you, Michael. Yes, Vicky. She seems sweet Brian. Yes, Michael, I need to talk to you. I'm a teacher in Houston. I d And I want to tell you during the last three months when we had so called online distance learning. That's almost half the kids did nothing or did very little were destroying the younger generation by not having them in school. I agree. You know what I found interesting is how quickly they shut down the schools. And how eager they were to keep them closed and how many people don't want them to reopen for the fall. Under this idea that they're they're saving us all. I think it's a terrible idea and the Children who who hurt the worst. Our poor Children who are disproportionately minorities. Public schools serve. As an equalizer so that Children who may not have the same resources the same tuition at home. We'll have an opportunity to learn basic skills. And when you take that opportunity away from them You're exacerbating the disparities that already exist between rich and poor. And then you wonder. So how long does this go a year? At some point We're gonna have to open things up. And you know when it's gonna happen. November 4th. If the Democrats win November 3rd, which I pray they do not. November 4th. They will open things back up because they will want to have control of a richer company, a Richard Country. If November 3rd. They are victorious. They will immediately come in and reopened under strict guidelines that they themselves will set. And a lot of people who have been economically wounded so badly will consent to it. I've already heard this. I heard people say, man, I don't know. Whatever they make me do, I'll do if they'll just let me reopen. Do you hear what you're saying? This sounds like a hostage situation. Think about this for a moment. You gotta be like Liam Neeson in that movie where the two Ah Arabs took his daughter in Paris. And he said, Listen, I don't know who you are where you are. But understand I have certain skills. Remember, I got skills. My career in my career, I learned certain skills. And I will come for you. And now if you want to let her go right now we'll forget this. But if if you harm her I will kill you and the guy pauses for a long time. And I remember, he said, remote. Good luck. Oh, you just jacked with the wrong dude. Wesley, You're on the Michael Barry Show. Go ahead. Hey, Michael. I was calling in regarding you talking about, you know, people had or will have the grand virus. I'm pretty sure I had it. In November of last year. I was deathly ill with all the symptoms and like November 20th of last year, I went into the hospital and I got back my 100 trip in Missouri. They did a flute test on me that I didn't have it. But I highly believe that you know she's she's not going. You know everybody how long creative eyes is actually in the United States, and I really like the show about You'd really like to work. Not that I really like your show. By the way. Thank you. What makes you think you had it in November? I don't disagree. But what makes you think you had it? Well, I mean, all the stones they had produced. I mean, it was time to different symptoms, right? But, you know, after I got that from Assyria and, uh, you know, before current of ours and even brought up in early January, you know just all the symptoms. I never felt like that Martire live on the healthy guy. I just honestly like in here longer and what with your government's putting us to sleep. Yeah, um I think that in time we're going to find out We were told a lot of lies. And I think some of them will have been unwitting. I think that many professionals will have passed on lies. Because that's the information it was given to them. And I think that that we will find out that there were some lies that were lies by design. I think that if we knew what the Chinese have been up to And at a minimum They misled and deceived us. But it could perhaps be a more ominous than that. I think it's going to frighten people. And you know what a lot of frightened people Joe Biden's relationship with the Chinese And questions should be asked about has he personally been enriched by the Chinese Has his son Hunter been enriched by the Chinese? You think there was a Russian hoax on Trump and the accusations that Trump was was getting paid or was under the influence of the Russians, which turned out not to be true. When people find.
"michael barry" Discussed on KTRH
"A speed limit but you can drive a hundred twenty if you have a mental health issue we made allowances you say it's a requirement you have to take it serious you had to take it serious because this an order is not a recommendation it's an order you're required otherwise we'll put you in the job because we have more space in the jails because I've let all the people out of the jails so we'll put you in jail you don't know what we also we make accommodations Michael Barry shoot might remind you it's forty past the hour time to wash your hands is absolutely absurd Kim Jong one hundred and but I want to be smart about it I don't know if any part of me and then have to shut it back down because we open and everybody got the virus or something okay sounds going up too fast and we had to shut it down we got to do it at a local level enough there is not enough that we can contact tracing and also the people that are hospitals can be free and we can protect everyone in this community okay you know we've increased our testing capacity so it can be a little bit but if you look at hospital admission free what you see is we saw a big increase and then we stop running out and they're getting around a hundred and fifteen missions a day for the general population they'll have for their lesson that to the intensive care unit that is still too much no matter how many resources we provided there's still too much for the workers to be able to do contact tracing and contain all of those new cases every day and also if starting from that level we had the same surge but we had a you know two weeks ago then we would have a hospital capacity and so we have got to come down we gotta bring that level down it's not clear that we've hit the peak yet but we can't you're going to think I'm exaggerating what I mean she's stupider than Sheila Jackson Lee our system from stupider and Sheila Jackson the bears Michael berry.
"michael barry" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Here on this Friday morning and time for us to talk more about that the big package that was supposed to begin in it looks like the house to vote on Tuesday let's talk about it we do it in this course but Michael Barry could follow much better by the way at up our sugar more to Michael good morning Jimmy not without its own drama and a slight bit of stupidity involved in today's vote they were supposed to be the vote that was going to be held by voice right that was the way to get this expedited through a house that was on recess not in Washington DC and then get it to the president's desk however a couple of different people perhaps one being a see perhaps another being representative Thomas Massie of Kentucky are unlikely at this point time to possibly demand a recorded vote what that means is when you demand a recorded vote in any one person in the house can do that exactly that that brings a house corn to the table half of the membership of the house would have to come to the house floor to cast their vote and move this thing forward but again the problem is nobody's in DC none of the house members are they they're on recess so what you saw was with this warning concerns specifically from Thomas Massie seeming as though this is something he wanted to do use Austin where the house Majority Leader tell everybody well the market's gonna get past three voice vote and that sent members of Congress scrambling to get back to Washington DC yesterday some driving ten hours for Michigan some tried to take flights to other cities and then drive to Washington DC all to try to get to the floor here today and you need two hundred sixteen of those members to get there and cast their vote all of them trying to get there to cast a vote so they can try to move this thing through is quickly as possible again this is a situation where at least in Matthew's case he's indicating that he feels if you're pushing through a two point two trillion dollar bill you should have you should have people they're voting on and they should be present to do that otherwise would be unconstitutional but I think you're now going to see a delay basically in not passing this thing through it still expected to pass Jimmy it's just how long is it going to take two hundred sixteen members show up in Washington DC to cast that vote right NEO C.'s issue might be according to what we hear she's upset with the fact that there aren't any illegal immigrants included in any of the unemployment portion of this thing and that would be a possible reason for her to stand up and ask for this vote again it's odd because this is where Nancy Pelosi was making the call to all of the Democrats and and seemingly had most people in line indicating listen you want to have those discussions from future elements of stimulus packages let's have those discussions but for now let's get this thing group through at least open the floodgates on many levels such as businesses like hospitals we're talking about are now gonna have delays for maybe three days two days into the weekend on some level and numbers the double over two day time frame and now you're holding back money to them this this is going to be a scary proposition here people you know they could very well die based on another delay and there's been too many delays is there is I mean the Republicans gave up that the idea that the you know about it the other point making more money than you would have you had you had you worked and they give that up very quickly that there was no delay in it and then you have this it's just it's remarkable to me they keep doing this stuff I just no you wonder why we keep voting the same people in the office the unemployment numbers meanwhile were really horrible yes the if that wasn't enough to get a vote on this thing quickly I don't know what it is exactly I don't know how you can go from you know the record had been six hundred ninety five thousand unemployment claims back in nineteen eighty two yes three point three million yesterday just for a one week time frame three point three million and those numbers frankly could have been higher Jimmy because there were a number of people trying to call phone lines they couldn't get through or got hung up on people who try to go online to file unemployment I got cut off so that could be a much higher number and there's an expectation here that because you know we're shutting down the economy in order to try to stop this corona virus that you could get up to fourteen million unemployed by the summertime so this is certainly something I mean and and again this step for the financial stimulus package here is that first step this isn't going to be the only steps is going to be more to come but this is a good first step that has to happen soon because they're everywhere right around April first year people are going to have written other things do as it is getting to them it's going to take a matter of time right now it certainly is who's the who's the the the the the of dust up between Nancy Pelosi and and McCarthy represented McCarthy of she had said that they had to do jujitsu on this bill and he said that's it basically he said the things that were in there Sunday the major ports of this were in there on Sunday before she got in the town Hey I mean it was based on the porch you stuck in this thing wasn't it how did you do ju jitsu when you weren't even here to do ju jitsu that's a question mark that he was asking me out he said listen a lot of the stuff for everybody trying to take credit in this and let's let's face it that's the the second best thing that Washington DC doesn't they're not finger pointing.
"michael barry" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Pleasant high eighty three eight seventy three the light rain in mid town winds of the monitor column seventy three in Secaucus seventy five in bay ridge more people get their news from ten ten wins than from any other radio station in the nation Michael Barry is our service eight Jack can say so the editor this give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world good evening seventy three degrees so like rain and ten o'clock on this Monday July twenty second I'm called James here's what's happening we didn't have some severe thunderstorms roll through the area the worst is over but the flooding is a concern again sponsored we have reports of hail in parts of New Jersey we'll get a live update from accu weather coming up mayor blouse you and governor Cuomo those critical of con ed the mayor says he's outraged over video of people dowsing police officers with water and throwing objects law officers while they were trying to make an arrest in Harlem the White House and congressional leaders region deal on raising the debt ceiling and on defense spending two police officers in Louisiana after one of the most a false report about congresswoman Alexandria because you'll Cortez on social media and suggesting that she be shocked if you were calling for action with overnight with a few showers five years later the twenty four home runs the Yankees if it's three twins latest seven five bottom five the Yankees up also hit it went to a triple play the Mets have the night off Jeff Bollinger and Bloomberg stocks begin the week with enough session the crude oil futures closed higher ones news on channel one for the rams center we are still watching a jackknife tractor trailer on the southbound side of the New England Thruway this support sponsored by Rothenberg law firm south bend New England Thruway right near Boston post road all jammed up because of this.
"michael barry" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"And I had this conversation often what things are children can bring a well, only, Michael what things he can bring a cell phone too. And what thinks he can't. And so my theory is we survived middle school without having a cell phone. But it's true. There were many days that my mom coming to pick me up before I could drive would have to wait, and I didn't see her. And so an hour or two was burned because I didn't know she was already there or I had to wait because I didn't have a way to reach her and there were times. When of course, she drive all the way over to the school. We lived out in the country. Only to get there. And find out that I had to stay another two hours. So does she drive all the way home? There is an efficiency that we have grown. So accustomed to that we fill it. We can't live without it. And that is immediate communication, and it has altered our set of priorities. I think we can all agree to that. We feel unsafe for our children. If they can't reach us in a pinch. Now, that's not really why they want the phone, and you know that. And you know that because how many of you out there texture child, and they won't text back. You are you call your child, and they won't pick up the phone, and it drives you nuts. And you know, they're just choosing not to pick up the phone. They're choosing not to text you back, and I've heard all sorts of ways that parents can get their kids to return the cost, but the kids aren't dying to take your call in many cases, they're just not now they're friends different deal, but we've grown so accustomed to being able to get a hold of someone, you know, I find in my own life. I get too many emails, but I get way too many calls and texts so I've taken to blocking people, and I don't mean to be rude. I told people send me an Email. I can control our communication. I can't get text and phone calls all day long. I wouldn't get anything done when I'm on the air. I don't want to go to break. Can have ten messages waiting. It's it's I don't I don't accept voicemail messages for the very same reason friends of mine who think it's cute to call me during the show because then I'll have to look over and see my phone is ringing. I just block them, and I don't ever unblock them. It's rude. It would be in my opinion. It'll be the equivalent if I had a buddy who was playing professional baseball of run. He's on second base and running out there and standing on second base going. Hey, what are you doing? I'm in the middle of a game. What are you? You can't do this. So. Many of you cannot take calls easily. But you do take a call. If you think it's your kid or your spouse, or maybe you have parents that have health issues or maybe it's an emergency at the plant. So it does heighten the frustration over the fact that these people can basically a call is a false alarm if it's a call you didn't want so good on the FCC. The Michael Barry show continues eleven ninety six. Now than us. Our top story. Another fast moving wildfires chasing folks from their homes in several Butte.
Breast cancer cases among men who were at ground zero
"Tomorrow marks seventeen years that awful day in New York, and in Washington, Shanksville, Pennsylvania, and all these years later, some people who got sick didn't get sick from working the pile the ground zero here's Peter Haskell. Well, the conditions will Hari when the toxic does settle didn't discriminate. Firefighters in responders weren't the only ones contaminated chair free Flynn worked near the Trade Center and developed breast cancer, never even heard of male breast cancer. You know, obviously, it's a female disease. I knew that I knew of many females that got it. I never knew of a male that brought got breast cancer. He's not the only one Michael Barry. She's an attorney in the neighborhood. My law from alone represents twenty men with breast cancer. That is heartbreaking and shocking. There were seventeen thousand people who worked lived you went to school here who became
Zach Lowe on Kawhi Leonard - NBA
"A lot of it doesn't have anything to do pertain to winning getting lebron james is a heck of a a get by the lakers i think the roster building outside of that has been for me a little bit peculiar usually you're trying to surround james with as much shooting instability as you can and it looks like they've actually gone just the opposite of that very little shooting and some unique personalities to incorporate alongside james because lonzo ball rondo all those guys they're not gonna handle as much as they normally handle because if they do in james doesn't have it then that makes no sense either so i found the james acquisition to be for them obviously a great day in laker history but as far as the rest of the roster construction it's been a little peculiar to me so the thought processes at the spurs will ultimately trade why to his destination being the lakers but not so fast as tom throw a bleacher report who joined freddie and fitz simons top choice for collides camp is not the lakers anymore ever since lebron james went to the lakers tune has changed lebron james is the guy and kawhi leonard guy essentially michael barry report david was that he doesn't want to play for the lakers second fiddles and lebron actually he does angeles clippers you know if you're a team like the philadelphia seventy sixers most confusing is if you're going to give up the farm for kawhi leonard and you know that he wants to make it back to california you know i'm going to be a real reluctant to put in marquel folsom that deal with the miami twenty twenty one pick that holds a lot of value being unprotected and who knows what happens with the mind eating a couple of years seventy sixers have the assets to get a deal done but if you can't guarantee that he's gonna stay long term that's really difficult at the end of the day i think i think kawhi leonard is going to end up in the philadelphia seventy sixers organization simply because i think colli leonard would make a lot of sense going east that's straight talk wireless nationwide coverage on america's.
"michael barry" Discussed on WLAC
"And that's good news yeah dave you're all michael barry show go ahead yeah hey you know they're just a done that good news all the oil if they discovered underneath houston turned in the assist you were finishing with your strengths i heard that there's they found a large the pocket boil underneath houston there's more to this one there's always that now the told the joe going as the setup merit but he has the way like our i know there's no okay involved here the serious because i love texas kevin albany new york and i love texas all wow what this dude oh by the way i'm going to be in there i'm going to be there july twenty ninth and i will get wherever you are good news i will i will get net i will did i am i am i'm going to get to fly up with bagwell to see the to see him inducted i'm going to be there at the in what you're going to almost almost up cooper sound i'll be cumbersome but that's what i did this one busy so was inducted and we did that we did the last event wait we did it and not saw see the induction and will do an event if not in all but me i think they've got a place last time were in this game you know but this time i can't member serve toler troy are it's not in albany per se it's an area outside and they told me and i don't remember which town it was in a maybe the same place in this you know because we've done a twice they're now but anyway the july twenty nine so as as we get closer oh i will announce the details now look for shaking your hand and that a you know micah very show glad my goal he's domi and born here fifty two so been around a wall both but dead used to take you to the whole lerg became i think.
"michael barry" Discussed on KTRH
"You know trees of the second most important part of your property and i got to thank in and of you think about it it's true or you got the improvements and then they got the trees to make sure that you're trees live longer you have a sick traded disease trade a trey you're not sure about the course he'll send about so when the big storm comes through the wind blows through it and you know not to trees down on you to eight one four four one forty one seventy nine to a one for four one forty one seventy nine now the michael barry admitted can everything you need to know because he was miffed twelve kids auntie coaches got a taste a right fielder what to do the left fielder the center fielder he's got to teach this that is the short when because of or when the backup to throw back to the pitcher everyone of you has been involved in the league you think of all the little skills of baseball like you recall when not to throw behind a runner all how to create a situation when you're on third and there's a runner on first the first pitch and you want to create a situation where they there's a throw down in you score i mean there all these different things a coach can in a limited amount of time in a number fashion all seven you know at this level they can teach him everything and i think that's a great exam will for all of us as parents of the fact twenty boring from the we're going to remain in america studios does he was radios seven forty again he ari you've to use whether bradley and i heart radio stations because exactly seven thirty on friday morning we're glad you're not going to prepare for houston's morning news story about intense this woman was ten years impression why when it comes away he's both hit over over but again so many people say this number happens to the texans slump i get a story three and seven forty eight but for for going weber four you're right now so let's go.