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"michael east" Discussed on 600 WREC
"T. Barrett Sallee joins me now from CBS Sports to take a look at the game. So far, Barrett is kicking my butt a little bit on the games as Faras picking the winners. Baird. Yeah, you did quite well. Last weekend. You gained a couple on me now. So this season totals right now, Baird has 21 correct pics? I've got 17. So I've got some Some ground to pick up here. So let's see what we can do. This weekend. I'd bared first one of Georgia and Kentucky. First of all, Where is that going to be played? That is the napkins. No say that is in Lexington in cold, cold Lexington. So your thoughts on this game I It's been a couple weeks in Georgia, so it's kind of hard to get a gauge. I still think they get the job done. I think they've got they've got a sense of urgency now because they know their offense is limited, so they have to figure out exactly how to Get the most out of it. So I think they keep their foot on the gas for awhile against security Kentucky defense and try to learn as much about step invented as they possibly can go into you before the game next week. Okay. I'm with you. I'm taking the Bulldogs as well, Even though they're on the road. I think that just got more power than Kentucky. So yeah, We're tied up on that one. So I'll pick first next game. Ellis, you add auburn. I'm going to pick the road game. A swell with road team Rather, I'm taking Ellis you over Auburn. I am, too. I just think that often is so loaded offensively and you know whether it's d J family are Miles Ben in a quarterback for Ellis, You have got terrorist marshal outside. They've got a great running back group and their offensive line the plant better so I'll take l s u. I just think that they're going to force all burn to score. You know, 30 points and over. Can't do that. I don't think when it has to. Okay. All right. We're both picking the tigers. Very good. Ellis, You tigers, All right. Ole miss also on the road this time in Vanderbilt after the debacle in the mist, calling the almost Auburn game last weekend. I think they're not happy about it. They're fired up. They want to win bad and van. He's just the team to take it. On the chance for them. So I'm going with Ole Miss this weekend for a Vanderbilt. They're about to get run Lane Kiffin's mad because getting fined by the FCC You're mad because of the play that showing driver's play last week. Ah, old Mrs about the lay a hurt on this weekend? Yeah, Yeah, yeah, I agree. Alright. Mississippi State and Alabama getting after talk about the hurting. I'm going crimson tide. Obviously, How about you? You know how they call Michael East, the pirate. There's Jimmy Buffett's on a pirate looks at 40 Pirate Look at 80 points on the scoreboard from Alabama this week is going to get ugly. Yeah, the boot dogs will be walking the plank in this when I do believe is well all rights Arkansas and Texas saying him like you said a couple of weeks ago. Nice story with Arkansas. But are they real? Well, I'm going to tell you they look pretty good against Ole Miss, but pretty decent this year. So far, they've got Texas saying them which direction you're going. I'm going with the baggies. You know, I think they figure themselves out offensively if you haven't seen Isaiah Spiller running back watch Isiah Spiller is awesome. So that coupled with the pretty solid defense, I think going to be too much for Arkansas II again. I like Arkansas. Cute story. Sam Pittman is is a good coach. They're gonna have that thing cook in the right direction. At some point. I just think that A and, M is is as for real this year as it has been a very long time. I'm with you there. I'm going Texas, saying them over Arkansas, too. Alright. Final game this weekend, Missouri and Florida Now Missouri beat Kentucky last weekend there on fire a little bit, but I think I'm going gators this weekend. I am Teo. You know, they had a 32 weeks off because of the covert stuff. Unplanned weeks off, So you kind of don't know what you're getting personal Wass. You know, from Florida? You don't know. Who actually is going to be available? Who's not all that other stuff? So there is that concern, But I think that their offense assuming that most of the pieces are there, it's just so tough stop, so I'll take the Gators even though I do think Missouri keeps close. Well, we're on the same page for every game this weekend, but nobody's going to get any good. Lead on anybody, but you're in the lead. 21 17 should be another good weekend of SEC football and we'll see how it goes. Have a great weekend. We'll talk again next week. Thank you. Good bye. It's time.
"michael east" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"50 enforced Hills. 9 20 WCBS wear 17 days away from Election Day and given all the changes because of the pandemic. Important to make sure you get your dates, right? Last night, the mayor's office reminding us the Twitter could. He occasionally used an edit button. Said. Early voting is Saturday. November 3rd. It's actually October 24th. Either way we are week away from the start of early voting. It'll run until November. 1st hours do vary, but most sites will open from 10 to 4. There's extra attention being paid this year. How votes are cast in Suffolk County. One man got himself in some trouble for submitting ballot applications for a deceased person are Sophia Hall with more Lucille Tap, died on June 16th. But the Suffolk County Board of Elections received two applications in her name for absentee ballots signed on September 4th in October. 6, the D A. Says after an investigation, it was revealed that Lucille's 57 year old son, Wayne Tap submitted the applications. And forged. Her signature on investigation was also done by the county's crime lab. Wayne Tap of Water Mill faces up to four years in prison if convicted, the D a says in a statement they will prosecute anyone who attempts to violate the security of our elections with voter fraud. Sophia Hall, Debbie CBS News radio 8 80. WCBS news time. 9 21. What's staying connected? Looks like I'm pet far knack with the WCBS Health Wellbeing report sponsored by Valley Health System, enhancing the health and well being off northern New Jersey to remain connected with people Author Michael East. Dollard says You've got to be intentional about staying in touch. I have something scheduled in my calendar. Just a regular guy, you know? Yeah, I meet with a group of friends every Saturday morning from like, nine till at least 11 30. Gosh, we've been doing this for years. I don't even know if now were doing on zoom past are all the guys in his eighties. Our youngest guys in this 20. We have one guy who called in at 6 A.m. in the morning from Seattle, Another guy who lived in New York and moved to Minneapolis, ST Paul and he called. Those guys have stayed a part of the group. And I love that. You know, we're great friends and that it makes a big difference in my life. The book connection Culture. The entire interview at WCBS 80 dot com slash health. I'm pet Far. Nak WCBS news radio 80. It's Dean. And if you're looking for a spooktacular new tradition this fall looked a kiwi Koh Kee We co has hands on art and science.
"michael east" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"50. CBS News Special Report Nearly 12 hours of testimony by Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney, Barrett has concluded as she resisted demands by Democrats reveal her positions on divisive issues, including abortion in a question posed by Senator Dianne Feinstein. Do you agree with Justice Scalia's view that row was wrongly decided, Senator I completely understand why you are asking the question. But again, I can't pre commit or saying Yes, I'm going in with some agenda because I'm not a Republican Senator Marsha Blackburn. This is all about. They're concerned that a constitutionalist judge on the Supreme Court just might get in the way. Have their push. Teo implement government run health care. To do a socialized medicine plan or to do the green new deal or to do statehood for D. C. CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey. I take 51 WCBS. Today, Apple unveiled four new iPhones equipped with technology for the use with faster new five G wireless networks to reveal brought out the new iPhone 12 light up that includes what's being described as a midi version of the phone industry Analysts say these new iPhones could represent a major moment for Apple. By one estimate. Almost half of the iPhones out there today are three years old or older, which means that there is a potential for a lot of people to upgrade if they find these new iPhones compelling Starting prices range from almost $700 to nearly 1100. It is a 51. What's staying connected? Looks like I'm pet Far neck with a WCBS health wellbeing report sponsored by Valley Health System, enhancing the health and well being off northern New Jersey to remain connected with people. Author Michael East. Dollard says You've got to be intentional about staying in touch. I have something scheduled in my calendar just on a regular basis. Yeah, I meet with a group of friends every Saturday morning from like, nine till at least 11. 30. Gosh, we've been doing this Years. I don't even know it. And now we're doing on zoom past are all the guys in his eighties. Our youngest guys in this 20. We have one guy who called in at 6 A.m. in the morning from Seattle. Another guy who lived in New York and moved to Minneapolis, ST Paul and he called. Those guys have stayed a part of the group. And I love that. You know, we're great friends and that it makes a big difference in my life. The book connection Culture. The entire interview at WCBS 80 dot com slash health. I'm pat Far inactive ofyou. CBS News Radio 80. You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You could get the claim three discount, which gives you money off your homeowner's policy, If.
"michael east" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Craig Allen. Thank you. WCBS news time for 50. CBS News Special report, no hostility to the A any other law and that I will faithfully apply the law. Supreme Court nominee Joe Jamie Cockney Barrett insists she's made no promises or tipped her hand to anyone. But how she would rule in cases involving Obama care. I have said repeatedly under oath that I had no conversations with anyone in the White House about that case. And I'm not sure it to the extent there's a suggestion that I have an agenda that I want to strike down People's protection for pre existing conditions. That's just not true. Meanwhile, it's her record and integrity that position bared for the nation's highest court, argues Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Republican Lindsey Graham. If anybody in the country in my view Deserves that. Have a seat at the table based on the way they've lived their life and their capabilities in the law. It is you judge CBS News Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey for 51 at WCBS. Is it a deal? Hunters delight or a master marketing employ? Either way, Amazon Prime Day is underway here. CBS's Jason Brooks 48 hours of discounts of more than one million products. And lightning deals for prime members. J. P. Morgan is predicting that Amazon will reap $7.5 billion from Prime Day, which would be a more than $2 billion increase from what it did in 2019. Amazon has been the go to shopping site for many Americans during the pandemic, and its stock has reflected that rising 85% since the start of the year to counter Amazon. Other retailers like Wal Mart and Target offer deals today. 4 52 at WCBS. What staying connected? Looks like I'm pet far knack with the WCBS Health Wellbeing report sponsored by Valley Health System, enhancing the health and well being off northern New Jersey to remain connected with people Author Michael East, Dollard says You've got to be intentional about staying in touch. I have something scheduled in my calendar. Just a regular guy. I meet with a group of friends every Saturday morning from like, nine till at least 11 30. Gosh. Been doing this for years. I don't even know it. And now we're doing on zoom past are all the guys in his eighties. Our youngest guys in this 20. We have one guy who calls him at 6 A.m. in the morning from Seattle, Another guy who lived in New York and moved to Minneapolis ST Paul, and he calls them. Those guys have stayed a part of the group. And I love that. You know, we're great friends and that it makes a big difference in my life..
"michael east" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Sunny. Freezing cool Saturday with a high of just 60 degrees 57 degrees right now in Manhattan, 11 20. CBS News Special report committed to the role of law and the role the Supreme Court and dispensing equal justice for all. In the second day of her Supreme Court confirmation hearing, Judge Amy Cockney Barrett promised to be a fair and impartial justice. But barrettes frustrated Senate Judiciary Committee Democrats like California's Dianne Feinstein for failing to indicate her positions on key issues like abortion rights. It's distressing not to get a straight answer, so let me try again. Do you agree with Justice Scalia's view that row was wrongly decided, Senator I completely understand why you are asking the question, but Again. I can't prik omit words say yes. I'm going in with some agenda because I'm not. Republicans coming to her defense will do everything I can to make sure that you have a seat at the table. And that table is the Supreme Court Chairman. Lindsey Graham. CBS NEWS Special Report. I'm Steve Dorsey. We're following developments the minute to minute and what could be a very long day, still hours ahead of questioning for the Supreme Court nominee, Amy Cockney Barrett, sitting before the Senate Judiciary Committee this afternoon or this morning and this afternoon and maybe into part of tonight to we're following here at WCBS for the very latest. 11 21 on a Tuesday at WCBS, and here's Pat What staying connected? Looks like I'm pet far knack with a WCBS health wellbeing report sponsored by Valley Health System, enhancing the health and well being off northern New Jersey to remain connected with people Author Michael East. Dollard says You've got to be intentional about staying in touch. I have something scheduled in my calendar. Just a regular guy, you know? Yeah. I mean, with a group of friends every Saturday morning from like, nine till least 11 30. Gosh, we've been doing this for years. I don't even know it. And now we're doing on zoom past are all the guys in his eighties. Our youngest guys in this 20. We have one guy who called in at 6 A.m. in the morning from Seattle. Another guy who lived in New York and moved to Minneapolis, ST Paul, and he called. Those guys have stayed a part of the group. And I love that. You know, we're great friends and that it makes a big difference in my life. The book connection Culture. The entire interview at WCBS 80 dot com slash health. I'm pet far. Nak WCBS news radio 80..
"michael east" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"That's what I insert new baby oil on your face in the eighties and I'm like no, it's you guys and then on ninety was like Answer on your pillow. But you really do my head was tingling. It turns out they have to take skin from like you're all crazy yet for a skin graft. Yeah. where Did they do like a something. Really. That's so funny. I have to have to tell Terry that. Yet so but here's the thing you really have to know audie art. Can I tell you like a story then? Okay. So I had the weirdest thing. I'm not. It wasn't a growth it was like. It felt like are do you ever get like an underground zig or something like that? Okay I had like something like that in the Nether regions. Yeah. And it was kind of on the Labia sort of Libya Libya. Labia I think when I, stand around the house. Anyway. It was there like on the line between I'm really going to go deep here on the line between where there should be here. There's not, but we're there should be here where there's. Sort of like there and I found it and it was like this weird like hard like thing in there that I had to have removed by the way I'm Bursik. No it wasn't. It was actual weird and it was deep and like that's what reminded me because you were talking about like a California thing and it was like and where the dermatologist did it because it was kind of more on the skin side. It was like a dermatology thing is that crazy? It was show embarrassing but it we're friends with our dermatologists Christine former she's a amazing. So it was like, okay right like I told her about it and so so she takes it out but it was like deep and had a core to it. So she took out what she couldn't they had to send it. Yeah she. Of course, don't you want to see every night comes out of your body. So I saw it and it looked like I dunno weird court out thing and they send it off to the lab and she and it. Turned out to be nothing but she told me afterwards because you WanNa scare me she's like I prayed for you that night. Because she thought it was like a hideous cancer thing. More what those, but the only reason I'm bringing it up is. That thing was like an obvious thing that was not there and that was there you know feel like, do you ever feel a bump on your body and if you don't have it on the other side, that's when you get nervous. Walking around touching both sides of like Oh my God. Oh my God. Oh my God. Okay. Another. One of the funniest things that I've ever read that you wrote was how like your kid licked you on one? Of. The other arms or was even like I. So. that. No Lick me now like me on the other side and don't let me. Make it even spoke, but here's the thing that was an obvious. Obviously this thing on my nose, this is how subtle it was like a tiny dry patch right on the bridge of my nose ninety. Tiny tiny dry patch and I, and I looked at it and I'm like, why do I have a tiny dry patch like there and like I forgot about it for day and it was still there and I went oh, that could be a bad thing and so I popped images like well, if I freeze it, it's GonNa scan them like and if you don't, I'm gonNA lose my nose like freezing whatever man. Could lose your like that like that. Shit like really happens like. I'm going to lose my I. Like Michael East they take off people's faces I married to a plastic surgeon Juno the disgusting stories I've heard from when he was residency about taking noses off and oh God, it's scary. Knows at the end. That's different. But the bottom line is everyone needs to know you gotta know. Your Body. Yes do you have to know your moles and your things or whatever it's just I try not to look but you do know when something is I have this magnifying mirror this bank that by the way that was created by twenty two year old. My wrong. No you're nine because I'm a heart and also. I have such a abusive relationship with it like all put it out outside like I'm done and then bring it back in and then put it outside I'm John but I'm in every single day. Like constantly I just yell at my kids through it. Bed like just like squeezing every single thing I can find. Oh, what is it about women that were kind of like monkeys you'd like to pick no I think it's like you either are you aren't I. So am I get such satisfaction in my husband it we are in an argument and I'm right his way of telling me I'm right is GonNa put of your eastern on his nose. Amount. Strip. No do you ever watch doctor pimple popper and watched her for so long and then the people who came in with like the giant most disgusting giant things I just couldn't I by threshold apparently do like also, how did you? We're she finding these people? and. SISTER S. Down at all, she's like, okay we're just going to take this giant open lump off of your back. Okay. There's a lot coming out of there. Okay. Here we go. It's just going to get on pocket. Kerry goes crazy. You does he got you know he refuses to are you kidding me? He's like, okay. Could you know how good their ratings are they're huge? So he's like, okay. So I do the most difficult plastic surgery on the planet right and we do well, but she popped zits. And they're like killing us how does that happen and so? I know. So last year I bought that she has a board game, the Doctor Pimple Popper game we're. It's like watered. Yes. I gotta get. Bought it for my friend is the thing where you can like squeeze things. Now, it's like a, it's a it's a fidget for kids, but it's like for you. My friend my friend lives next door to your sister. Was Mad at me about something. And that was the I'm sorry give. Her a doctor pimple popper pimple copper game when squeeze it and it refills, right? To great I mean, I'm sure she's making so much money on that too. Oh, my God she's just killing it. Okay back to my workout routine. I want to tell you how bad this has got. Okay I now walk I like one hundred. I'm not kidding you I got I. Got Hurt My heel right at the beginning of lockdown. And so I thought I could heal it myself and so I was doing low impact whatever didn't work Terry's friend WHO's orthopedic surgeon was like you it must be planner fasciitis you gotTa wear the BOOT thirty days. And that's when I got the bike. Right so Mike I'm going to do the bike. I'm GONNA wear the boot it's going to be fine. Did all that and it came back. Your. I have everything and I bought these new sneakers arose these are. These are these are called g different by. If Fi. Up Postal Link. G Defy, and because I looked up online, because I used to wear the Hokka one one's really liked. These are I looked up like specifically like what's good for? He'll problems what's good for Fasciitis, what sneakers and these popped up Oh. Okay. Well, let's go to the website. There's a bunch of different and they send them with two different insoles. They send them with a regular one and a corrective one. So that was cool. But then I also I bought. You know. I'm very susceptible to online shopping as now. The new version of. Do it all all I do and I I'm going to go.
"michael east" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Was live well with. Well it is on point with Wanda was ready to talk with 13 80 w ay. Okay to welcome on point today. This afternoon, Mr Isaac Bailey. Hi. Good afternoon and welcome. How are you Are you have to find a new actor was great. I'm doing when I was glad to have you sharing with us today and appreciate you. Ah, taking out the time to share with us, you You're an award winning author and you've been around doing a lot of research and just the information, the content that you have about, Ah, systemic racism and about ratio. Equity and justice for black people in America. We wantto walking me to the conversation. You have a new book coming out. Why didn't we riot? Our black man's in Trump land, a black man in Trump plan and we're going to talk about that. But first of all, I want you to talk about your recent essay. In the New York Times. I'm finally an angry black bad. Yeah, talk to us about that. Uh uh. Yes, and leave you for a very, very long time. Yes, I would like actually, one of those dudes like who actually really, really tried to be so called wrote about my bridge kind of building. And also what will actually try to look, I should go out of my way, like imported to Ah, least I actually tried to like help. Ah ah, like that. He helps like white people like understand my racism extended like all those other things. Okay yet? Yeah. My end. And also that I actually spent nearly of our hot Ah, ugly for 20 years. Ah, in like this mostly White Church. Hand in that Michael East sort of like, though, that after Ah ah ah, well, actually trying to bang my head. Ah Ah Ah ah! I guess they like to give the wall on that. And then that it's actually just like it actually felt like dawned on the back a lot of it. Like it was this frankly sort of kind of fruit. On and off of that, like Yes. Ah, and also sort of our 2016. He pushed me over the top, uh, especially because ah, least like, actually, without A lot of the folks that I was trying to get through to over all those years. Ah, actually went for Trump. Anyway, I feel like that kind of thing. That really really, uh, Andrew. Like right now that it is hard, my least should not be angry right now. Okay, okay. And and how do you? How do you deal with that anger? Yeah. Still dealing with the right? Yeah, exactly. Exactly. And my dad Batter up. What is a That is a great question. And I yes, I'm actually trying to channel that. Ah Ah Mei and actually try to speak. Well, I'm sort of on my team or thought of Armagh truthfully. And also thought about it actually was one of the reasons why I feel like I actually wrote this latest book. My aunt because, like I think that if I think Ah, yes, the bait. Yes, I think that I think that we actually need Ah. We actually thought about clarity right now. Ha! Ah, Like more than we need comfort. Okay. Okay. Clarity. And I'm so glad you brought that up, Mr Bailey, because you know, with you as a journalist and author and a race relations seminar, creator and facilitator. I want to ask you up. Is it important? For people like yourself to help white people to understand. What African Americans are experiencing when it comes to ratio injustices, And if so, how should that be done? Yes, And that you like, like, great question. Well, and maybe my answer is What about my Yes. In part, um and because my police would like folk like who are like in a spot like mine. Ah, yes. And in that I think that it is our duty to actually be able to Ah ah. Least I actually be able to like, actually work really darn hard, Ah, least actually get through to people. Ah, really? Ah, even Ah, you forget that even those folks like who actually don't want to listen. And also sort of my only thought about one of the most important way of doing that right now, and I think Ah is ah Mei is actually with They thought about my radical honesty. Okay? And also yes. Yes. And because that my gleeful actually, during a time like this Yes. I think that it is not to be harmful. Ah, if we are sort of Ah, If we are sort of Ah, my timid Or thought about my yes or no. Ah, like or thought about tried to like, actually salt pedal. It's too much. I think that this is the moment. Ah Ah, Mike was actually calls for I'm a real Oh, But what about my loving talk? Right. It just having the conversation having that radical honesty in a conversation between the two and I think dialogue is it's so very important. Has the author of Why Didn't We write a black man in Trump Land? You know, there are a lot of white employers, white individuals in leadership who are trying to figure out how you know how do we really even begin to have this conversation and are kind of running away from it are shying away from it. So what do you say to the African American employees or individuals who have these? White bosses who are just not even have the conversation. Don't even mention anything about the civil unrest is going on. What do you say today? Oh, yes, I mean, That is like one of the thought about It is one of the guys want to be thought about my most kind of challenging, Uh, questions like about time. Yes, And that I like, and I like my situation right now. Ah, Uh um yeah. Yes. And then that 11 of the things that I tried to get through to people. Ah, is that just because a black person is angry doesn't mean that they hate white people. And I think that what happened was I too frequently. Ah, especially what sort of like white bosses. Um, is that yes, it in terms of that I'm soon add the thought of Ah! As soon as they were actually. Ah, my turn to race, Okay? Yes. And then that Yes. And then that up my bare sort of Ah, employees. Ah, sort of, like actually. Ah, likely if you talk about that. It's out of frustration and anger. Yes, like instantly. And it instantly turned that oddly, they actually get defensive. And then they actually want you want you to do them in order to buy actually, just like I should tell them. Bad they aren't really racist and feel like what happens. Is that our focus thought of actually shift way. Uh, you know, actually, from the main issue itself, right? Yeah. Yeah. Okay. What? Definitely? Well, listen, when we come right back before you leave, I want to talk about your book like that in Trump land. Why did Ryan.
"michael east" Discussed on Voice in Canada
"Dr Terry Fisher here with your flash briefing for Sunday and on Sundays. I like to answer questions from the community. This is the question that I got through email. And it's from Michael East and is a fantastic question really common question in a really really pertinent question. Given what's going on right now with the whole social distancing thing so he says this. This is this question right. He says in order to keep keep in touch. My mother-in-law we purchased to echo shows. Okay Great. They're all set up on my count and they communicate well in our house right now. Is it a simple matter of just dropping it off dropping one unit off at the mother-in-law's house and then getting on her Wifi and we're ready to go? Meaning we would simply say call Omar from our home and we'll connect to her. So here's the deal with this question. Michael this is a great question so if I'm understanding you correctly when you say that they're set up on your account and they communicate well in your in your house what I'm assuming you mean is that the eco- show for you and for your mother-in-law are both under the same Amazon account now if that's the case when you bring it into her home and you set it up on her Wifi my understanding is that it is still under your account correct. So you're not actually going to be calling her which you're going to be doing is you're going to be dropping in because when you use the drop in feature it's like an intercom and it's like it's virtually in the same home because it's in the same account and so you're going to have to give that echo show a name whether it is. Oma or whatever it is you're gonNA then se on. Oma The other thing that you may have to do is you may have to make sure that you have enabled the communication settings and that's done through the Alexi APP on the communicate button at the bottom. And then you'll see a drop in tab and it will allow you to choose which devices you are allowed to drop in on so you might want to set that up before you bring it over to her house. I hope that makes sense when you would use the call feature if it's somebody that you're calling through a device through an echo device but you're not on the same account you're calling an independent person so I hope that makes sense. Please let me know if that doesn't answer your question. I hope that does help. And if anybody else has any feedback on that then feel free to join the discussion on twitter. Just you can use Use My twitter handle and I will make sure to share out the information might twitter handles Dr Terry Fisher all right. Thank you so much for that question again and take care. Hope you're having a great weekend talked each mark brief cast dot.
Drop-In or Call with Alexa?
"Is the question that I got through email. And it's from Michael East and is a fantastic question really common question in a really really pertinent question. Given what's going on right now with the whole social distancing thing so he says this. This is this question right. He says in order to keep keep in touch. My mother-in-law we purchased to echo shows. Okay Great. They're all set up on my count and they communicate well in our house right now. Is it a simple matter of just dropping it off dropping one unit off at the mother-in-law's house and then getting on her Wifi and we're ready to go? Meaning we would simply say call Omar from our home and we'll connect to her. So here's the deal with this question. Michael this is a great question so if I'm understanding you correctly when you say that they're set up on your account and they communicate well in your in your house what I'm assuming you mean is that the eco- show for you and for your mother-in-law are both under the same Amazon account now if that's the case when you bring it into her home and you set it up on her Wifi my understanding is that it is still under your account correct. So you're not actually going to be calling her which you're going to be doing is you're going to be dropping in because when you use the drop in feature it's like an intercom and it's like it's virtually in the same home because it's in the same account and so you're going to have to give that echo show a name whether it is. Oma or whatever it is you're gonNA then se on. Oma The other thing that you may have to do is you may have to make sure that you have enabled the communication settings and that's done through the Alexi APP on the communicate button at the bottom. And then you'll see a drop in tab and it will allow you to choose which devices you are allowed to drop in on so you might want to set that up before you bring it over to her house. I hope that makes sense when you would use the call feature if it's somebody that you're calling through a device through an echo device but you're not on the same account you're calling an independent person so I hope that makes sense. Please let me know if that doesn't answer your question. I hope that does help. And if anybody else has any feedback on that then feel free to join the discussion on twitter. Just you can use Use My twitter handle and I will make sure to share out the information might twitter handles Dr Terry
"michael east" Discussed on 600 WREC
"It do they call it do at a thousand dollars bonds your love bonds idea within the universe of income generating non stock market strategies they create income like bonds or bond like instruments sponsored really just one of those instruments preferred to work that way there are business development corporations a throw off a lot of income there are a lot of areas out there that will produce income where you don't have to rely on the price increasing to get the income each month each quarter each year now what do you have when you're in a bond mutual fund well here's what you have you have the price of the bond you don't have the maturity date you don't have any fixed income there's no guaranteed income you don't have any par value your think about what happens when interest rates go up bond prices fall in bond prices fall inside of a bond fund you can secure a permanent loss a lot of times inside that fund the money manager is often forced to sell bonds that they would like to hold but they're dealing with something called redemptions people are calling in getting their money out they often have to sell the bonds and then you get stuck holding permanent losses when bond prices fall in an actual Bondo you can actually reinvest more driving up your income you know this is how you can create more income I would literally get out of this business and go find another line of work before I recommend the bond mutual fund their horrible investments unfortunately it's our industry loves to mimic income no they're trying to do with the guys did back in the nineteen fifties did but they just are getting there yeah I have more admiration for advisors back in the forties and fifties and ID for advisors today because and do all this on their own they didn't have a Bloomberg terminal like we have to find we go out and research trillions of dollars of bonds and I'm like instruments they actually had to do the research and they didn't have computers okay so I'm gonna have to get to another break when we come back we're gonna talk about how all of this comes together when required distribution time rolls around and we're gonna talk about a retirement checklist would you need to have to gather when it comes time for your tire but again as I mentioned earlier in the effort put some meat on the bone so to speak to get something in your hands you actually run within start making a plan I want to get a book in your hands the book is written by a good friend of mine named Michael east them it's called common sense income.
"michael east" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
"With my new south kushner i one of the studio today is leaving our lead to that and johnson is a little shook today yeah very very shook still yeah just being around seth right now is a lot let's take it back thursday so throughout the show we'll take your calls in an attempt to kind of clear the air if you will set the record straight maybe we got into a bit of an altercation verbally hopefully not physically either on the phone or on social media if you feel you screwed up if you feel we were unfair by all means we reserved today for take it back thursday seven two seven five seven nine one zero two five now john schuck because a work nightmare last night i didn't i don't dream about this show which is really interesting because it spent a lot of time thinking about the show and we spent a lot of time together but i found i only dream about work when i'm stressed about work and i don't really i don't consider this job be stressful to delight that makes sense then because i don't about the show either ever and i think it's because this is kind of like a happy place of sorts yeah so yeah so it's the details of the dream are very tough but it's the same feeling you have when you wake up from a dream that your significant other at cheated on you because pretty much what happened in the dream was we're doing a show it seemed like any other show and then at some point seth came over in like whispered in your ear and then he just left and then you like signed off and you're like yes long story short seth can't work with you and he he wants he can't we can't do the rest of the show today we're going to best of you gotta stay here and run the board so then i'm like what the hell's going on and you wouldn't really tell me and i had no idea the last memories of the dream i have me sitting here by myself running the board stressing about why seth was mad at me and what i did and that's how you woke up this morning yes man that is a brutal away yeah it was do you have anything you want to say to says that you have anything you want to say to john yeah i'm not responsible for anything that happens in your dreams and that if your dreams made you sad then you need to man up snowflake if not even sad it's more or less you know those jersey you wake up and it's like although you know it's a dream the emotions from the dream are still embedded in your soul the problem with your dream is that i've if i had a problem with you i wouldn't have whispered in drew's here what have been your year you would have known right away yeah yeah maybe so you this we want to get one of those people on one of those dreamy experts they're gonna interpreted that this doesn't really have anything to do with me it's got to do everything with you and drew's here in maybe and like you said maybe because there's never any stress here you know they're you know just something in the universe but yeah i mean maybe that's why because i don't dream about the show right yeah and and i think you probably manifested something doesn't really have to do at the show itself your dream right and then but that's interesting that you would see him whisper something in my ear maybe think we know something that you don't know and then that i always think that that is a general like if we're keeping one hundred i always assumed there's like you guys know things that i don't think about it on a daily basis but like i carry that with me we don't know anything i mean i don't know anything that you guys don't know you guys know everything that i know i promise you that everything i know you guys know we know john i don't know that's just my own insecurities arming that we're just going to carry around and not tell you nothing that would even be of you know importance but you know like i said that's just my own insecurities i just assumed that i out of the loop most of the time you're not you're in the loop and and there are no secrets here of seth has a problem with you is definitely going to tell you if he has a problem with me is definitely gonna tell me what we love about him right now i i have no problem at this moment i have no problem doing the show with you okay this moment we are cool right now right you're sweet dreams tonight baby fine thank you Co-pathetic. couple of phone calls and then i'll tell you about my interesting morning i i'm still not sure this is i'm still not sure how i feel about what happened this morning and i don't know how to put it into word wide i don't think you can take people there anymore after what happened i think you have to put the put it on hiatus that's letting that i can't do that i was in okay i'll i before i get your phone calls well it's going to take a minute Who are you? Should've told the damn story instead of trying to talk to this person. Hey, hey. We hold on. No. Over that. All right. What's up? on thinking that john maybe have manifested this negative energy from the one of the other shows that having some conflict and maybe crept into his mind and that's why you had that dream very interesting did you feel like you john might have been shouldering some of the the it's not out of the question i mean if we're taking things that are going on in in our universe i mean that is that is something that's fairly prevalent that's going around so it's not out of the question that i would take that dynamic in place it in our own situation may right used to have waiter nightmares when i was a waiter i would those waiter nightmares where the worst because you getting sat tables and they kept needing things and you couldn't get anything that they needed you'd go by table forty two in the geigo diet coke refill i had i used to get those dreams all the time i hear you brother you weren't a waiter dale Tomatoes. a waiter until you started going over that i had those dream to tweet oh i couldn't the plates we're getting stacked too high and i couldn't i couldn't carry them all because everybody left me yeah i had all those dreams the soda machines broke i can't do a refill how do i show my face at the table First of all, you never showed your face at the table until the people were gone because you didn't want them asking you. Operated and it worked for me. It's insulting, isn't it? At the same dream. So. trying to appropriate that's busboy appropriation you're you're a bus was both you're jealous because your weight or you don't wanna get your hands dirty but me what me i bust and i waited waiters and waitresses get their hands much more dirty bus dirtiest tomatoes when i look at the bus boy i look at them not a busboy almost a little envy like look at this guy's got no care in the world he had no sense of urgency if he disappeared off the face of air notice they would because the place would be stacked sky hijacked servers camp yet yeah it's called pre busing i grew up in a restaurant with with demon have busboy pre bus down to the stripes on the table at friday hey there's a fork on your table and that's it Lost boys bossed. And I was a waiter. You're not a waiter bowl. There's no waiters tomatoes. The waiter is the guy who gets you the Kacha bread. The waiter is the guy who signs up. Takes your initial order. Takes care of you. Try your stay the busboy. Yeah, the busboys don't brief AL do they should busboy. i also made macaroni well servers make money sounds more of a line do it all player guys out alive how can we help you today Hey, love the show. Radius busboy like that. dreams can really mess with you wedding photographer sometimes i'll be in the middle of a ceremony with no camera really misses with your day after you wake up and you know it's a dream it's just it's terrifying thank you very much let me ask you something if you had a dream it's neither of you guys but if you had a dream that you choke someone in your dream would you tell him because i felt like i needed to apologize to this person i love this guy a lot he's a great guy the death not to death but i try to joke in the death and then afterwards i apologized in my dream and he forgave me that's what a great guy he is loved the says because i'd love to psychoanalyze why you choke to me too because there's no i've never had one bad thought about this person at all he's a he's a friend and business associate and i've never had a bad word to say about him or a bad feeling about them the next morning i felt like i should go man i choked you in a dream last night and i felt like i should apologize but you're gonna tell us it is not on the air Was it that rapper guy with the neck tattoo that we had on yesterday? What rapper guy with the neck tattoo that we had on yesterday? The guy that John. It's the nature kids, insulting is hell rather. Live tat though. Right. Says SP baby. Yeah, I'm Michael east coast. Have a question your Barrientos bad. That's not a question. That's an accurate statement. But go ahead. there's one thing that raised little conserve when you give out your phone number you say five seven nine one oh five as opposed to one zero five why that is the letter instead of actual that's a great question if not a consequential question it's because the branding of the station isn't one zero two five the bone it's one zero two point five the bone so one oh is part of our branding which is why i use that to stay on brand and consistent album america i don't know what that means i just gave you an answer and you're choosing to come back with something and i don't know why No, I'm not trying to. usually when people feel the need to say they're not trying to be a d. bag they know they're being a d. bag is that the case in this instance sir i'm not trying to be rooted already so doubt he's trying to be rude do you think this guy's trying to baby face and we'll get that you are a very stupid man why do you think i'm stupid sir why would you say that about me i tell i say the phone number of the way i want to say the phone number what does that bother you i say a million things that should bother you a lot more than the way i say the phone number for example your mom's a fat or so he has no problem with that but he's got an issue with the way i say one oh two five i'm not even sure you had an issue at this point i'm not even sure he had a mom seventy seven five seven nine one to five i thought it was going to say you you give out the numbers too fast what people say that and then i asked them how did you.
"michael east" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"I try to watch it VOD and in a country house upstate with my mother. And I was just like I can't do this because she's going to scoff at it. I need to watch just. Because I'm gonna love it. So I do have a slight read on this movie that it is about like, essentially, Jack Nicholson like having a heavenly experience after possibly dying or at least, you know. Flat lining. I look I had the notion watching it rewatching it this morning that they're very few moves that commit so hard to their color palette being white, right? It's the whiteness and not even. Were like really white. And like when they're on the beach. They're both wearing white the San looks white. Yes. The sky looks white. 'cause like it looks like a heaven set movie. It looks like defending your life or something. The plot is at this point. It's what you can't go anywhere. You gotta recuperate the only place you can be as this Hampton Thome with Diane loan, and she's going to be all in white and everything's gonna be white. And you're kinda going to be trapped like a weird way weird sort of misery. Yeah. It's it's almost like it's like, your spiritual rebirth begins here, Jack like, you know, like he can't leave and. Literally Michael east. Right. His where she starts her look. Yes. This is where she starts her look wrong talking about the kids, and this is the first real kit. Yeah. I wanted to ask you you too about this. I feel like I don't have a my I might not be as trained as it as it could be. But how much of those beach scenes were on the beach. And how many of them were like weird some really because a lot of them are like, oh, they're on the beach. And some of them are like, I think you might be on the beach. But the sky is this guy looks sometimes it's like, I think you are in a sound stage in green point. I don't know. Why is a lot of weird CGI? She uses a lot of CGI, I'll get into some next up. So, but I heard from liable sources that the holiday cost one hundred million dollars and twenty plus we're CGI. Geez. She she like, I think I mean to some degree. I think it's the control thing. I don't think we really talked about this this macer is. But she does have a rep. Yeah. Tation from everyone. I know who's worked with her talking again about like reputations. Crews and stuff right of just being an insane. Perfectionist micromanage every. Every fucking time. And in like a to a David fincher Kubrick degree, but whereas those guys are lauded for like cure, take some like days to shoot one page because every detail matters. Most of the crew guys are talked to work with Nancy Mars like yeah. That shit can make up a fucking mind. And it's like, but you like it when it's like blood splatter a wall, and you don't like it because you think it's a turtleneck, and it doesn't matter. She's picking between eighteen different white portal necks. But to some degree, I think her use of CGI backgrounds, isn't like will. They couldn't go and film in that place. I think it's more that she wants more perfect. Look like. Right. It might be some combination of touching up the image. They actually create because there are so many moments. I mean, the car feels like okay, they didn't wanna shoot in a moving vehicle. That's fine. They see GI the background in the car. But then there's so many other moments where they step out of a door. And you're like that block looks like flubber or a us in purgatory. Yes. Anyway, I like this theory this theory, also if it's the only way to explain just the strangest of Nancy Meyers is university. The entire universe is like it's it's not ours light zone episodes or people have like tests of their moral integrity. Because just because it's literally about like Jack Nicholson entering the situation when being like everyone to not do this phone. I never thought about it. Well, only Jack very famously like womanizer, you know, like, the the great American lover of the seventies and the eighties and Djelic was the person who it seemed like, oh, he might actually settle down with her..
"michael east" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
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"michael east" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster
"I haven't had a defects you you know what i mean you know what i had a good i had you know my mom she was tough you know you know on monocle always with me he you know he he came to a lot of games when i was younger but i had my mom that they're older brother michael east he's passed away now but when i was six years old he picked up i was actually at the house fairs came and picked him up for my grandmother's house and he did fifteen years and over that time when he was in prison i used to stories about him you know like when i was growing up by how good he wasn't football so i'd say the stories about barry switzer coming to my grandma's house and things like that people recruiting them man you know ala football so he was like my he's always telling me like man don't make the mistakes that was every every time i talked to him on the phone like every time he called i would talk to them and we'd be on the phone for as long as he can be on the phone you know in you know i just used him like he was more like a sample for me like hey you know he had a shot but don't go down path you know so he kind of prepared me mentally for what i was about to go through you know so my father my father not being a it it didn't really matter you know because you know i had that were you know played father figure me so it wasn't really like i was missing out on anything.
"michael east" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"With their best weekly gain since july bloomberg's julie at sally reports from our singapore bureau karen kay twotofive added to thursday's impressive at three point three percent gain firming by another nine tenths of one percent to finish the week at twenty three thousand seven hundred and fourteen points of fresh twenty six year high australian stokes closed at their best levels in a decade although the oz drop trim and 11 week high against the greenback as the nation reported in unexpected trade deficit in the month of november hong kong's hang seng index fluctuated during trade but shares in broaching tell jumped by as much as twenty three percent in the intraday session these on reports the b make it is looking at raising prices of some of its products by as much as five percent on the mainland the shanghai compas it gained two tenths of one percent rounding out what has been a still a stop to the trading year for asian markets in singapore i'm juliette ssali bloomberg daybreak clara juliette thank you that's a bloomberg business flash now here's michael barr with more on what's going on around the world good morning michael east the east coast is bracing for deepfreeze store in force rooms and coastal flooding forecasters say dave will bring a blast of recordbreaking cold air and bitter wins that will last through the weekend a japanese government spokesman says his country will take all steps necessary including cooperating with china and russia to step up pressure on north korea sewer will give up its nuclear weapons and missile development policies south korea's unification ministry said earlier that the north as accepted seoul's offer to hold talks on how to cooperate on next month's winter olympics and how to improve overall ties in sports in the nhl the islanders and devils laws the bruins game was postponed the mba the warriors won global news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists medalist more than 120 countries i'm michael barr.
"michael east" Discussed on Mike Tyson: Bite the Mic with Peter Rosenberg
"So i mean it has to be something to make it worthwhile and he you must though i mean come on your your human being when you sat down in the ring in 1990 whatever it is eighty nine you look out and you see denzel washington a magic johnson all these people saying there i mean i know you were a cool customer bus still had the bug you outlined add to feel crazy yeah but that's nothing i like the fact the ear after me that they what the name aircraft demand could have the tyson ling when they come in what do you mean wear them into the tyson rope route oh really come to the fight the call the taif him out the whole area mean to go to the ring now no no the airline like oh really will from michael east to west there's a route and that they label it the tyson routes why is it label vegas just a bit over norway's for for many planes came a wrote the good things to the fight oh my gosh i didn't even realize it and that's like slann within the air industry yeah but they've like that's the tyson route cut official tonight oh that's a real thing though official route yell that's crazy i would know that so you're saying there were having serious conversation at american airlines about a flavell watteau the tyson route bulb law that will be something zone actually say here last time i saw you what you told on my on my other aum high forty seven told the great michael jackson story um the other name people always throw you in there with his is jordan of course in a un joined me seem very different um you both from brooklyn a well he was born in brooklyn off from brooklyn big difference but he's born in brooklyn m roughly the same roughly his image he's february 17th 1963 i think uh fix your 66 so you know roughly same erbakan how much how many rao often did you have runins with jordan.
"michael east" Discussed on The Basketball Analogy
"Doc rivers began to deteriorate when the clippers trade false mertz while there's a long time ago paul other members of the clippers felt rivers the treated son the same way he did the rest of the players on team when rivers decided not to trade for carmelo anthony in trade that could cost rivers paul's position on the matter solidified as he viewed the rivers as putting a is rivers as putting family ever team side note amine side no right there i was not on the present the clippers are not that deal out in the next rightfully to namibia saw this story is a little chris despises doc says one league executive this move also gives fall the ability and couple of creatine during samar season as abundance twenty team let's see what the sources the sources is michael deep so for you allow michael wait a minute so you you just read aggregation of espn yeah but don't but emily you know why because dealing with someone else do it tiger michael michael you mim's the upon he posted on his facebook page is not this is not a espn release uh an aggregate are reporting facebook post now that's from michael east fazlur goes here some information on the trade i the micro paul's relationship with dr of a sudden to really is heard several members of the austin acted entitled because his dad was bowled coach at present about swabs in the view of tenured players austin never try to fit in and when players to address the situation with him he didn't did not respond the way the core the team wanted him to it led to resentment within the locker room which often played out drew games when applause biggest tensions with doc was up paul it the players told dr austin more favourably than other players he would yell at guys for certain things during gains of practices but now get on austin in the same manner for similar transgression.
"michael east" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"Union italy spain in rushed have been witness a hundred percent in this new cold war against russia is simply isn't true there'd been deep divisions in these countries deep divisions a pardo cultural and political lotta people see will feel more sympathetic toward russia not because they loved norway love russia but because russia is part of europe than they do toward the united states which is essentially from the european point of view a military and taurus presence in europe whereas russian lives are these tensions in europe have been growing since trump became president but something happened last week that burst visa lease the disagreements into the open the senate passed a new set of sanctions against russia utterly liane uninformed utterly mindless utterly counterproductive in a word stupid lee jerk feel good detrimental to american national security and the senate this by godo ninety two two rand paul be one of the two sunk earth in o3 chairs for ram call the other i forget the senators named michael east from utah but i'm not sure what what cheers for those two guys who withstood the lynching quashing the problem is for europe is that these sanctions which were illconsidered under not understood by senate impact european companies who were working on a new gas pipeline at will bring gas from russia to europe bypassing ukraine it's called the lord in all our d two gas law it deeply needed by europe russia lives about thirty five percent of all the energy uniform boyle mainly on the european union and that these sanctions would hit those european companies that are arrested in pipeline so what happened on the first day and i'm not sure about the lurd but karim foreign ministers of old europe that is the traditional european countries and members of nato germany austria and one other i think up protested the sanctions and one foreign minister said that if the sanctions passed the house amer signed by trump or wish standard trump vido they europe will sanction the united states grief linger on that for a moment europe is garnish sanction us for sanctioning russia that is europe is drifting away from the american jewish and the irony here is that we utterly bogus charge in washington that europe.