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"mount adams" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Hi, everybody. Let's be pretty really great Dave impression. He's a troll. He is. I always hear him. Dave is great. I wish you all knew him, but we do. And so he's ours. You're going to have to take our word for it. That's right. Speaking of take our word for it, chuck. I have to say to all the people who don't know much about Mount St. Helens, prepare to have your socks knocked off. Or your lid blown or your skin seared off of your muscle? Yeah, this is a good one. This is, I mean, this is so bread and butter, stuff you should know. It is. I don't know why it took us almost 16 years to get to it. And none of that margarine stuff or low fat. It's like full milk fat butter. Oh man, bread and butter, stuff you should know. Salted butter even. You like salted, huh? It depends on what you're using it for. I like just plain unsalted butter, even on a bread and butter, a piece of bread with butter. Yeah. Mainly with baking and cooking. That's when it matters. Yeah, I got to. What's your brand? Oh boy, it depends. I mean, I love to get the heat to be that guy, but I do love to get the local butter when we go to our farmer's market and get it from our CSA. What's wrong with that? Well, I don't know. Kids just say park a can you? Right, you must be a social justice warrior. You buy local butter. I do like that. What's the stuff the Irish butter and the grocery store? That's my brand. Kerrygold. Kerrygold. That's good too. Like I've researched it. I've literally researched butter. 'cause I want to get the most bang for my buck. And it is at the top of basically every list. It's good. Of like any butter of any kind. It's really, really good butter. Yeah, I totally agree. I love Gary gold. I take that stuff camping. Yeah, I carried around in my pocket. Well, I like that you can get a tub. It's a smaller tub, but I do like a spreadable tub as opposed to a stick. I haven't seen the tub. We have a stick because we have a cute little butter dish that we use. So we use the sticks. So anyway, back to Mount St. Helens, the episode today. I was four years old when this happened, so I mean, I didn't know what was going on. But I imagine you were like, holy cow this is one of the most amazing things I've ever seen on my TV. Yeah, I was 9, and I remember it being a big deal, but it's funny when I was researching this and then watching there's a really, really great thing on YouTube that I recommend that a and E put out years ago, it had to be, it was called minute by minute, the eruption of Mount St. Helens. Really gripping stuff as a and E used to do this probably still do that kind of stuff. But I don't know. All of the media around it, I was thinking like, man, I don't know if it was more regional or if it truly was nationwide, but I remember the eruption, but I didn't remember the 6 weeks leading up to it, which was a very big deal. Yeah, although I think it was more of like a, yeah, a regional thing for this lead up, and then also if you were a geologist, a volcanologist, a seismologist, anything that had to do with volcanos erupting or mountains, then it would have been a big deal to you too. And it definitely attracted them from far and wide and because there was so much warning. And it was able to by it. I mean, Mount St. Helens was able to kind of draw to it like a magnet. All of these amazingly well trained researchers, they were there when it went off. And it's probably the most best documented volcano in history because of that. Yeah, I mean, because like you said, they Mount St. Helens is basically saying, it's coming, everyone, would you like to document this? Yeah, I'm telling you, again, it's coming. And I'll show you in lots of different scary ways that it's coming and people left. People stayed. People came there. Seismologists. Like tourists came to see this thing. So for sure. Let's get into it. Okay, so just a real quick refresher. We've done volcanos, and I think we've done supervolcanoes too, 'cause that sounds like us. Yeah, 2010 was volcanos, 2017 was supervolcanoes. Okay, so we talked a lot about how volcanos work in those episodes. So if you want to know a lot more in depth, go check those out. But just as a refresher for the specific kind of volcano that Mount St. Helens is. It's a stratovolcano, and it's created when one younger plate is subducted under an older plate. And as the younger plate goes down into the bowels of the earth, all of the rocket carries with it gets heated up, same with water too, and that stuff travels upward because it's less dense than the surrounding mantle down below. And as it gets closer and closer to the crust, it wants to pop out of there, but it can't necessarily. Sometimes it can and when it can, it just spews out all sorts of molten lava and that builds the volcano and it kind of a cone shape, which is what Mount St. Helens was up until May 18th, 1980. Yeah, it's a part of the cascade arc arranged there in the Pacific Northwest, and all of this happened in geologically speaking pretty quickly. It happened over the course of about 40,000 years in the case of Mount St. Helens, which is pretty speedy. And Ed helped us out with this when he did a great job on this article. In Ed points out that in the Pacific Northwest, that's why you see so many sort of Coney mountains like that is because of this cascade arc and how these mountains were formed. Not too long ago. Right. Yeah, 40,000 years ago, maybe less. 40,001st saint Helens and I think the whole arc is less than a hundred. Right. So the whole thing that's driving Mount St. Helens and apparently also there's some other volcanic mountains in the area. Like atoms, I think mount Adams is one as well. Yeah. But there's a magma chamber somewhere under there. I think possibly miles and miles below the surface. But under normal circumstances, like I said, when a stratovolcano is formed, the lava just kind of is able to find cracks in the crust and it's released through there and it builds the mountain up slowly and slowly. But if there's not a crack in the crust as in the case where Mount St. Helens is that magma starts to back up, it hits the crust and it starts to back up below. And all of a sudden you have a lot of stuff going on that makes things go kaboom when the right set of circumstances happens. Yeah, this is pretty notable. This magma chamber is, well, is and was quite large. And like you said, it's looking for a place to go, but if it doesn't have a place to go, what'll happen. And as you'll see, this is what happened in the case of Mount St. Helens. It starts bulging, and the mountain, if you're a geologist, it's super exciting to see this happen, even though it's very scary and dangerous. But when a geologist sees an actual mountain start to bulge out in a direction. And we're talking hundreds of feet of bulge over the course of a pretty short period of time. Then it's pretty like it's a pretty notable thing. And that's exactly what was happening in the case of the magma chamber. They're in Washington. Yeah, like this pressure is building up so much. It's causing a boil on the mountain. The mountain grows a goiter, basically. And that's just full of pressure and magma just waiting to go off. It doesn't always go off. And in fact, Mount St. Helens had two bulges also called crypto domes, which is pretty awesome. From previous volcanic eruptions, one was called goat rocks bulge and then the other one was called the sugar bowl bulge. And they just never like the magma found its way out other ways. But the bulge was left. This is a new bulge and like you said, it was growing. I think about 6 feet a day. Every day, it kept growing another 6 feet, which is really fast for a mountain to grow. And that was one of the big signs initially that something was going on. And one more thing before we started to get into Mount St. Helens itself chuck. I think we need to say like Mount St. Helens was big. It was a big eruption, but it was not the biggest eruption Mount St. Helens has ever had. And apparently the biggest eruption it's ever had came just about 4000 years ago, which is within traditional folk tale
"mount adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Tommy Lauren. The images are still so. So up front in my mind. 20 years ago. The images of first responders, firefighters, police of emergency medical personnel. Before and after the towers collapsing. Running into the chaos. Running into the broken concrete and metal in the smoke. And sacrificing their lives again. To try and save somebody to pull somebody out of the rubble. Remember the president? Standing at the site. As workers continue to dig to find survivors, and they did find survivors. With the bullhorn, saying the world can hear us now. In what transpired afterwards. For some people. They relive this almost every single day, even to this day. The people who are first responders. Firefighters. I remember I saw a local firefighter here in the building when it was actually up in Mount Adams, because that's where you were at the time, Um, who was selling T shirts? To go. To the first responders in New York. And in Washington, D. C. And to show their support. And it wasn't just the toll of the almost 3000 who were killed in that one Terrible day 20 years ago. It was the toll of those firefighters and those police and those emergency medical responders. From dealing with all of the toxic chemicals and smoke. As they put their own lives aside for the lives of others. I mean, there's still dying. Of cancer caused from them, putting their lives second. And other people's lives first. The people inside the Pentagon who survived the blast. Who were aiding The people who were too injured to move and getting them out of the building. And the courage and the bravery. Knowing that something was up in hearing the news about what had happened in New York. Of those Flyers those commercial flyers on flight 93. Who saw what were happening, and it heard details from other people of what had gone on. And so we're not going to let them fly this into the White House or anywhere they want to. We're going to take them down. And if that means we die, too, so be it. Country above self. Others. Above your own personal comfort. And safety. 20 years. It's an old adage, and it sounds cliche, but it does seem like yesterday to me. I'll never forget the wide range of emotions. I felt As I watched along with you. On that Tuesday morning. Beautiful, sunny Tuesday morning. That had all the promises of a glorious fall day. And the terror. And the horror it wrought. And still continues to ring through 20 years later. 9 11. Let's never forget. Never ever forget the following is a special presentation of news radio. 700 WLW Cincinnati This award winning program first aired six months after the terrorist attacks of September 11th 2000 and one and historically records the events. Of 9 11. This Justin, you were looking at obviously a very disturbing live shot there. That is the World Trade Center. And we have unconfirmed reports this morning that a plane has crashed into one of the towers looked like it was moving slowly. That lined himself up to hit the building. Direct storm and goes me. Wow, I never seen a plane flying so low. And we looked out at it all of a sudden boom. It seemed like it wasn't even real. I saw it the tower and playing everywhere. Oh, my God, I don't believe it. Brian Lutz there on the scene, as we were talking to. You just heard looking at it is inside the Northeast corner project uploaded small coming out. Everybody started running out and we saw the.
Searchmetrics SEO Jordan Koene Analyzes Google's Latest Search Engine AI Update
"Let's get to it at the house. The mum update. Yeah i know right what the mom. Well mom is really. It's kind of the next evolution of where google has been going with their ability to leverage artificial intelligence to understand information alternately. The idea here is. How does google process information information largely being content images assets and better determine. Understand what these are went to what they mean. So google is doubling down on their investment in artificial intelligence It seems like this is kind of similar to whether it's the natural language processing where the bird updates kind of in line and in step with some of those reason updates or changes to the google algorithm. that said. i still don't understand exactly what mom does. Is this a change. in the algorithm that we're seeing rankings. Changes is a change on the back. End that changes. How google interprets data. What does mom do. Yes so the google ceo few weeks ago when they announced mom they used an example and the example was of an individual who had recently hiked a mountain and now wanted to hike mount fuji and they basically stated like this user can go to a hiking expert and say hey. I hiked mount adams or any other mountain and now on a hike. Mount mount fuji. How do i prepare differently. That's a pretty contextual. In complex answer that a hiking expert could certainly respond to very easily. But how does a search engine do it and would they did in this. Descriptions example is they showed that mom is able to process these different variables. These different input factors like you did hike this out in the past. You want to hike a new mount in the future and you want to understand how to prepare for that in. Google is now capable of processing these different elements these different nodes of information independently with one another and comeback within result. That actually answers the question that the user hats and so mom is the evolution of how google processes different independent pieces of information puts them together in allows their search engine to better provide results and information. It is in architecture. It is a system behind the grand search. Engine that is google that allows them to better process information.
"mount adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Tiny. They got great burgers. That's remember without places caught. Let's talk to Lynn and Green Township lead. What do you have? Missing barbecue and Mason. Known every day everything stops make sing the national anthem. Everyone stands up. And also Diane Family restaurant on Anderson's here. Okay. I've been the mission BBQ. That's fairly new, but that have you been there Have heard of it. I don't know where. Where exactly is it? You're talking Mason for me. So I was gonna say sorry I'd get there with GPS. But I went there after work out the one you know the train there And so I go work my butt off. And then I go to Mission BBQ and destroy all my results. But your cure your calls hidden gems we're talking about here. Restaurants, bars, parks. It doesn't matter. You tell us 749 7000. 800 the big £1.700 on a TNT. Rob, what is going on? Yes, they're making me hungry. I'm seriously what's the one thing about this time? It was like, Damn some barbecue sounds pretty good about now. And he's Mediterranean Grill has some great kebabs with lamb and their chicken is amazing, too. Oh, yeah. Slowly used to add for them, right, Danny? Yeah, it hurts Good, and he used to bring us food and Mount Adams all the time. Yes. From the U. C. Health traffic center. Your pain shouldn't wait. You see Health orthopedics in sports medicine offers same day appointments called 475 86 92 schedule eastbound to 75 An accident near 75..
"mount adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Jeans dog. Foot long cheese, Kony's and Mets and starting to join my and that's They specialize in that and brother they sell a lot of them. Got this from Steve. Email City View Tavern. You know, we're sitting view is it's during one right on the side of Mount Adams overlooking downtown spent many Pretty. Ah, nightmare. It's he says, The big Ted Berger is a great freaking Berger and I will not argue with that assessment your calls when hidden gems around the area. 749 7800 the big £1.700 on a TNT. Rob, but you got a couple of these up your sleeve. Do and that, In fact, we just ate the last weekend at the Incline Public house, and it's right where wink 94 1 used to be, and it overlooks the city. The view is fantastic, and they have this prime rib cheese steak sandwich that is out of this world. That sounds wonderful. Right now. It is amazing if you haven't gone and it's only like eight bucks, it's Steel. I am. The onion rings are amazing. You know how you bite into an onion ring and you pull the breading off in the onion, just flops there. These you bite in you get a bite of onion in. It's delicious. I will. I hate to be a topper. But no, I don't rob you said wink used to be there. Yeah, I will top you with there was a house right next to that. That was where essay I FM was and that's your first job I had when I came to Cincinnati. Is it really? I worked at wink for three months. And that was that was where essay I am used to be on that space. Yeah, the transmitter building that was out in front of that is still there right below the tower. You go. We're fascinated real listeners, but I don't care, but it is a cold bar. I've been there before it. It's Yeah, It's really need another places. I've been Fairborn. You guys mentioned a Geo Money's earlier. This is not related. It's called Giovanni's Pizzeria and Ristorante Italiano. And their food is fantastic. They've got like a five star rating on Yelp. If you go into a Giovanni's, you know you're going to get some good Italian food, right said to say, I don't think you're going to worry too much about to get a Taco Giovanna didn't get some noodles with ketchup on. It's not having that Steady. Yeah, it's great food up there. I'll recommend that too. From the U. C. Health traffic center to speaking of food, your plant pain shouldn't wait. You see health, orthopedics and sports medicine offer same day appointments called 475 86 92 schedule..
"mount adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Com Disappointing jobs report but markets they're focused on the bright side and increasing chance of a deal on a new stimulus package, possibly close to the proposed $908 billion package that had garnered bipartisan support. Slow down a job creation is adding to the urgency. The Labor Department says only 245,000 jobs were added in November compared to 610,000 in October, and it's been steadily declining for seven months. Most of November's increase was in transportation and warehousing related to e commerce. The jobless rate fell 2/10 to 6.7%, partly because people left the workforce in November is the coronavirus, Serge U. S Labor Force is 2.2% smaller than in February. A loss of 3.7 million workers, women and baby boomers hardest hit unemployment fraud is a growing problem nationwide Friday. Ling claims in California many filed by or on behalf of prison inmates, Oregon's Employment Development Department director David Gerston, Feld says they've stepped up monitoring since the pandemic began. We've seen in other states have seen Some large, sophisticated criminal rings. Attempting to defraud trust fund. Chris Neville says they've been relatively successful in Oregon catching the fakes but admits some fraudulent payments have been issued. Southwest Airlines could be furloughing nearly 7000 employees soon about 12% of its staff Frank Holland reports. The airline cited a lack of meaningful progress and cost cutting negotiations with labor unions as the reason for the potential furloughs. Like other airlines, Southwest has been struggling as the cova 19 pandemic ways on the travel and 80. Good morning. It's Memorial Day Monday, May 31st 2021 Steve Hawkins in for Mike McConnell, somebody Memorial Day activities and events and parades We've talked about this morning. There is Big event coming up this weekend, though. I thought we would talk to summer Fair Executive Director J. Nutter with this morning he Good morning, Jane. How are you? Good morning. I'm just fine. Thanks for joining us Summer fair You had to take last year off if I remember for the pandemic, but you're back for the 54th year. Exactly. We are so excited to be having our 277 artists coming in from all over the country this week. No, no for people that are new to town or who have never gone to summer fair at Coney Island. What? How do you explain it? Well, it's a fine arts and find craft fair with people that have been judged in. So it's the cream of the crop, and we set up all throughout the beautiful landscape of Coney Island. We have music. We have food. We have lots of art. You can come and look you can purchase and take home. Um it's just a fun event for everyone, And you've got new artists this year. It's not the same old, same old, but you do have two new ones, right? Oh, yes. We always have new ones in each of our categories. We have 11 different categories. Fiber wood metal. So you're going to find jewelry. You're gonna find paintings. So you're gonna find indoor or outdoor ceramics? Maybe some little creatures for out in your garden. Um So there's just a wide variety of all kinds of one of kind, unique items that you could take home. It looks like you have some nice, warm weather for it coming up this weekend also It's going to be beautiful. All right. I see here paintings drawing printmaking would. Yeah, that was good stuff there, But two d three d I don't like Mitt. Mixed media summer fair listed in the top 50, America's best art fairs and one of the top five best Midwest art fairs. Bye art fair calendar dot com. That's just incredible for people that haven't attended. They got to do this. Exactly, And it's only $10 to get in. Excuse me that Zook in some rain to take care of all this falling out here. There you go. It's it's live radio. That's what you get. Tell everybody the history. You didn't just start out as America's best art fairs. What's the history of how summer fair started? We started on the streets of Mount Adams in 1968, and we wanted to help support the new, um, Playhouse in the park, and it just has grown ever since We were in the streets a couple of years that we went near Lake In Coney Island has just become the perfect spot for us to bring everybody to each year. And you also have you make a big deal of it every year. The big summer Fair poster that that happened already. Did I miss it? We We choose our poster in January because that is the center of all of our merchant hasten our advertising. You might have seen these beautiful billboards that we have around the city. We have it on the metro bus is And of course, we'll have our T shirts and our tote bags and some merchandise that will fell at the Paris well, and the money that we make in just three short days. We give back to the arts community throughout the year, so we're supporting high school students, college students. Working artists, small arts organizations, music groups and theater groups throughout the year, So we get back this past year we gave back $80,000. We're talking to change out or summer Fair executive director. Uh is it too late to get a booth if you're an artist for this coming weekend? Yes, it is. Okay, So it's it's the 54th year and a return to Coney Island for the annual fair Now. That's the Friday, Saturday and Sunday this weekend. What are the times and things like that? Things here. We're opening at noon..
"mount adams" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"You drink alcohol. We're just coming for. I got Well yeah okay shauwie weekends whatever social. Yeah but you're not alcoholic and he goes. Do you do drugs like no army. Get pee tested every time we get together so now no because okay. He's been he said. Come being my circle and he disappears into the dark shop. Hippy guy is going to do here in. This is so cool. He like she's supposed to walk in the magazines dark shop. I don't know what else you know. We're gonna get mugged or whatever so i followed this guy back and the and here's these three like vegetable crates kind of in a circle as much as you can make three square grapes in a circle and he says take a seat who sit down and he's reaching this bag reaches it as grocery bag and pulls out this long like eighteen inch type right like A native american piece by kind of thing with leather wrapped and jewels and feathers hanging off deer horn bowl and then he reads his pulled a handful of this green shrubbery. And i'm like. Oh god i'm gonna get busted any holds it up above his head and he points to the left to the right in behind him and the acts this bowl and he sits on this one because this is sacred sage from the four corners of mother. Do as i do like okay. So he just gets this stuff smoldering and he starts washing. It turns the pipe sideways to him. And i lofting it over his head and then he hands it to me so i do the same thing. We go around the circle three times and he says now your spirit is pure and i can talk. We can talk to each other. I know your spirit is pure clean. Okay got it wasn't and so He went on to say that he says i've they just told me one story after another after another after another. But i'll tell you. He told me this one story. He says i'm a lumberjack. Guards had liked to go to the old growth. And i went to the old growth of different show show national forest which is what they call the dark. Divide between mount adams and mount. Saint helen's right and you take the dog. Dog was seven eighths wolf..
"mount adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Tiff. Three things with hypodermic, You know it that they give Potter on Instagram and Twitter. What's up? Hi. How are you? Don't let me let me just start off by saying that I shoveled the entire neighborhood again. And I'm and I'm a proud resident. This morning. You did the whole neighborhood and I'm not moving your car because the parking issues there in Mount Adams. Yeah, this correct. I am coming to you live from the house because I had refused to lose my parking spot. I did shovel all the snow that was by my car in front of my landlord's car. So that's the kind of vibe I'm dealing with. Today. You are a profile in courage. Tiffany Potter. Mm. Happy to be here with you, though. So we have a lot before. You know, We also have an event to get to tonight, So I have a lot of things to cover. Um, normally, and I feel like you're the same. And I feel like a lot of our audience is the same and not a lot of our listeners. They're probably like whenever you and I would ever talk about the bachelor, we would just hit next. I never I never ever Let dive into bachelor stories. Bachelor bachelorette. I have girlfriends in my group chat that spend hours on Monday nights watching the show. They know all the characters. They know the cast. They know the deals. They know the drama. They know everything. They don't want spoilers they're invested. I, however am not that person. But This was a really big story over the weekend, and I feel like we should probably touch base on it. So there's had to do a lot of research on who these names were, because again, I really, really don't know who they are. But There was some drama that lead to the main host. You probably know his name and know who he is. His name is Chris Harrison. He stepped away after hosting the show 20 years in a row, and it all started. This seems to be like Somebody didn't do their job in the vetting process, because right now there is a black contestant is his name, I believe is Michael or Matt. Okay, He's on the show. One of the girls on the show her name is there's gonna be a lot of names. So try to stay with me here. It's Rachel. Cory Connell. All right. She went to an old South party in 2018 photos surfaced and story surfaced about this. And Rachel Lindsey, who is one of the hosts on Lee Black contestants has a podcast. And Ray and Chris Harrison went on the her podcast and had this to say about Rachel Kirk now. We have the clip. Attached to her A couple of things first and foremost, I don't know. I haven't talked to Rachel about it. And this is again where we all need to have a little grace a little understanding a little compassion because I've seen some stuff online. Again. This judge Jury executioner thing where people are just hearing this girl's life apart and diving into like her parents or appearance, voting record and what it's it's unbelievably Alarming tow. Watch this Haven't heard Rachel, speak on this yet. And until I actually hear this woman have a chance to speak. Who am I to say any of this? You know, I saw a picture of her in a sorority party five years ago. And that's it like, boom, like, Okay, well, this This girl is in this book now, and she's now in this group. And I'm like, really Okay, Well, there goes the picture was from 2018. This is Rachel. Lindsey, by the way, antebellum party, So I think you know when you when you When you hold that it's not good. It's not a good Rachel. Is it a good looking 2018? Or is it not a good look in 2021? Because a big difference ever because you're celebrating the old South? She said. If I went to that party What would I represent at that party? I don't. Okay, So that's like the majority of the clip and I feel like he Definitely He he had He made some points in that argument there. I want to get what do you What do your thoughts so anyway? So from what I could gather from this dumpster fire is that he comes on defending this woman. Um, for saying, Hey, you know, we don't know her side of the story basically, is what I heard him. Say now, I can. Honestly I can't provide you any cover whatsoever. If you go. Yeah, this party wasn't 2018. So, basically not what? Two years ago, it didn't count. Yeah, yeah, I think in 2018 account now, if you had said Hey, 15. No, no, I get what you're saying. What What I'm saying is that he He basically was like, Look, we have to let her speak and say her side and I agree with that. I think we need to in the fact that the Internet there are people on the Internet that confined out the little list things that you would have never thought anyone would have saw their parents tax returns and yes, so that went really far and we haven't heard her speak, however, where he fell short on this was saying that this was through the lens of 2018 quote unquote and That that is where he fell short In this conversation and his latest Instagram post, he said, I've spent the last few days listening to the pain in my words and that what they've caused and I'm deeply remorseful. My ignorance did damage to my friends, My colleagues, strangers, I have no one to blame but myself, so on and so forth. This is like a two page screenshot for my G that you can read through, and now he's stepping down. We will see him through the rest of the show. And after all the girls tell all and what not because all of that is pre taped and filmed. But I don't believe we'll see him in the next season. And who knows? I mean, I think Chris Harrison Like anyone on this planet means well, but you know his realized that his actions and his words matter, and those didn't sit well with the people the cast the fans of the show, and we won't see him for a little while. It seems like an awfully awfully difficult thing, right? I mean, I get it. You know, it was really tone deaf for him to say, you know, Okay. 2018 couple years ago that this whole Yeah. Sorority party. Antebellum South Sorority party, you know? Did you miss you? Okay, but I want to hear her side of it..
"mount adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"It's her call to stay to stay on and Blow off. Good morning America. And then she tweeted. I'm gonna be real honest. There's an awful people out there I don't appreciate being screamed at called expletives told him an egomaniac. The list is long today. Doing the job I'm assigned to do period. Constructive criticism is welcome, vile Rance or not. So she had a rough day. E just, uh, that was before the forecast missed. It was about yesterday afternoon. When it when it the freezing rain that was thinking. Yeah. I don't think we're going. I don't think we're gonna get a foot. Now well and then they kept cutting back. It went from a foot so like 4 to 8 to 5 to 7 to 36, and then when I left for work last night, about nine o'clock, that's when the flakes were getting bigger. So I'm I'm thinking that they thought That was what we were supposed to get earlier in the day, obviously, and that well north of us. Steve Raleigh was long with Willie as latest to 30. I think Saying that when this When this fires up, this could be an inch an hour in some places two inches an hour, So what was in the atmosphere would have been a big deal of Darn sleep had Lorraine. That's right so well, I'm gonna head home. Hey, audio's mush much Go doggies. All right. Have a good 15 13 and yeah, Chuck was Chuck checked, and I guess there's some ice covering some of the cameras. That's always handy In the morning like this. We'll talk to him in a bit and around town. You have some some roads. They're just clothes because they're considered to be impassable, not major routes for the most part. Some kind of mean guess. Between Wilder and state. You have go back south of Westwood to Quebec. I'm grand between Glen Way in Westwood. Looking down Albarran between hope and Warsaw could be a problem. Amount hope from Albarran to the Incline district. It's not a good day to be on an incline. Anything else. Big Dorchester between reading an Auburn Martin ST Martin Drive, because they mean on the Columbia Parkway at the base of Mount Adams. That's closed, too. So the idea is stay home if you can. And hopefully a lot of people can right now. 71 Ken would has, like one clear Wayne. And that's probably standard for the interstates everywhere. But Chuck will let us know and His camera's de ice actually, somewhere facing away from the precipitation, so they're probably fine, but we'll get to him in just a bit. Meanwhile, 5 14 of the morning gotta check the forecast that's coming up next. 700 w well w cats alone here with a bit of info that might just blow your mind. You know you can listen to.
"mount adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I wonder what that smelled like inside. But Gary Jeff? Yes, Sunday the Great American race. The Daytona 500 takes place right now. Alex Bowman is on the pole, but he had a little engine trouble last night in the duel races. William Byron is going to move to a back up, so he's gonna be starting for the rear of the field. So it's going to be a jumbled mess. Come Sunday, but hopefully a good race and that will be 20 years. Gary Jeff, and that faithful day in 2000 and one since Taylor in the Intimidator was killed out that on the last lap race, I watched that footage just the other day because somebody was Having some special on Daytona. And I watch that footage the other day. And I'm still to this day just in disbelief that that particular crash was enough to kill Dale Earnhardt because it seemed like such a routine kind of banging up against the wall that you see in those races all the time, and the driver always walks out. That's correctly no physical realization. But just one fraction of an inch, One way or another. Without the hands device. Then which became correct. I had no no. And I mean the safety features. Now these guys are kind of like in a bubble. I mean, a major in there in there in a minute, SSM a zing. They're very patched the best that is that his death. Brought about all these changes the HANS device, their revised cockpit for race car drivers, the arrow screen and Indy car the well, you know, look at the look at the walls. The safer barriers or I mean, that's that's all come out of that. And so that's not only as the Intimidator got a legacy and behind the wheel, but he also has won because of safety read. I mean, that's only not NASCAR, but IndyCar formula One everywhere. Have you received any money from Jenna Dumond do quick. No. Okay, good. Just want to get that other way. No of you know, Okay. I'm not. I'm not important enough. I remember interviewing him as a bangle player, but that's about it. It's a nice guy. You have seen me. Nice guy. Tell me about Richard Todd. I was here that name bandied about in the newsroom. Richard Todd was a very valuable member of this newsroom who you are, and we were when we were located in Mount Adams for you, Richard Todd do because his name is legendary Need about now like it with reverence that is usually reserved for somebody like Kathy Lair. He was the executive news assistant. Theo bat race Jeff Henderson and Brian Combs at all the way you talked earlier about, Thank you the way you talked earlier, it sounded like he ran the damn news department when he was pretty much and everybody else got the glory. It's the same, but it is a shame. Is Richard Todd still.
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"Is it reversed at educated craft technologies, or is it technologies that we've developed over so many years that we're testing now, and this was what is going to be submitted in the In the report to Congress in 180 days, it seemed that they are warming us up to the idea that these patents and technologies could be the explanation of these UFO's, rather than talking about them being otherworldly. So I guess it all you chalk it up to the opinion of those who observed. I mean, if you've seen these UFO's let's take tax If you see if you have seen the one of the F 18 pilot was tracking What would you say? Would you say these air something from this earth? Or would you say that they looked like they were not of this earth? Could it be that we have a secret space program that you know? Like I said, I mean, we have one space program that everybody sees the one where Course the challenger exploded and all those astronauts were killed. Or do we have a secret space program where, Of course, Space Force and other groups have been trying that outmaneuver China and Russia with killer satellites and other technologies, along with these technologies that peace is talking about. Move, it could be far more advanced. We realize that these UFOs could be part of some secret space force or some secret space organization other than NASA's putting them forward. You've heard the history Now It's time to unravel the mystery. And this is what we're doing tonight on ground. 050322508 60. Let's go now to Lisa calling in from Wisconsin. Hi, Lisa. You're on ground zero. Yeah. Hi, Clyde. Hi. Hey, I just want to bring up our trackable operation Paperclip for a little bit, Okay? I think a lot of people are not aware of it because they're too young. And it started right after World War two. Yes. And we, the U. S recruited are basically gave asylum to like 1000 Nazis. And part of the main purpose was to start NASA. And I don't think it's accident that NASA sounds a lot like Nazi. Yes. Yeah, that's true. Not said Nazi. Yeah. Uh, I also think It's interesting that Roswell the crash at Roswell happened two years after the operation Paperclip. Yeah, See, I'd be those connections to the two years after Operation Paperclip. Well, let's not forget the UFO's that were seen over the Pacific Northwest, and that's where all of the aerospace companies were bowing Martin Marietta. All of those groups were in that area, and they had their scientists there they had Russian scientists and German scientists. Working on software technology. And then Mari Island where you oppose were cited by those two men on their boat. I've been tomorrow Island. It's amazing, so Mari Island was one of the sightings. Then we had, uh Kenneth Arnold. Around the same time he saw UFO's flying over the Pacific Northwest Mount Rainier Mt. Scott Mount Adams area. I'm sorry. Mount Adams at Mount Scott would Mount Adams. Where, Of course, Now you see you oppose there all the time with the study. And then you had Roswell, which happened like a week after that. So you have these three weeks of the saucer wave going on, and each time you could make connections to Nazi scientists, or even wonder von Braun being a white sands missile range. Monitoring the situation and knowing that what they may have been testing along with this sounds outrageous aliens or or extraterrestrials testing these projects. Were leftovers from the war. Right. And when they recruited them for Operation Paperclip, they brought him right to New Mexico. Yeah, around right to white fans. Yes, they did. So I don't think it's a coincidence at all. Well, there you go. It's a lot to talk about Lisa. Thank you so much. Great Call. Yeah. I mean, if you were to connect the dots, you can see that, you know, it just didn't start with Roswell. There's been tech this secret check going on for some time. And.
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"Definitely get you get to the bottom of this whole Robin Hood. Reddit Gamestop think we covered in this team? I think we did pretty good on that for not having any financial or were completely well, No, There's no trust me When I'm wrong on anything. The phones blow up people love to tell you you screwed it up, and it happens all the time. All reason Jimmy's got a job is not to push the buns make it To answer phone calls going. Yeah, I know. He's stupid. Yeah, sorry. Okay. Thanks for listening. But eh, so we'll pick this up again. Tomorrow We'll go get a financial person on the show to the big Friday's show tomorrow, so We have, in addition to know if you've been in the last couple Fridays, but I know for sure. Ellie Martin your girl's gonna be on from Cincy Lifestyle. It's 10 30 Talking about stuff happen in Cincinnati, Matt Wolf in one more time for Jason Nathan's and we'll be talking about the new Denzel Romney Molik picture, too, as well as what streaming this weekend. Generally, it's just what's on HBO, Max and Apple TV This'll weekend and we'll get an answer Most definitely, I'm hoping we get in the wagon around sometime tomorrow morning. To talk about what's happening with that stock in the game stop. So anyway, Willie is on the way. First we have the bear can't report than the 12 o'clock news Here is the snow continues to fall, despite the fact that they told us the snow would be over. But nonetheless, hopefully since city Cincinnati's figure out the plow issue this morning. I know it was really jacked up on reading road, especially because they forgot the salt or something. I don't know what's going on in everyone else was fine. Downtown Cincinnati. Not so much, but I think we've found anything. Oh, yeah, you drove in from the mountain was not. It's always bad, though. If it rains is bad there, So I remember one time we worked in Mount and to the station was there years and years ago. That it was so I sing bad we had to park at the bottom of the hill and walk up and stop getting to the top of Mount Adams. And let me just say that it was not a good day for a lot of people who worked at a 700. If you look at the physical specimens that work around here was a bad day, indeed. So hope yours is going a lot better on back tomorrow morning. At nine. I was six. It's a Scotsman Show on 700 wlw Cincinnati Brockie Boy man here. I've got some great news for you. You can also listen to the any Iraqi show in.
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"What's ahead, saying sales growth from its Airpods headphones and other wearables will ease up in the near term. Gina serve Eddie Bloomberg radio. Alright, he is traffic time and Chuck has had a busy day, then usual. Yeah, I've had enough Rex for a week already. We're looking right now. There are just I'll say three roads that are just really getting clobbered. This morning. Queen City is one reading route is another. And so is Montana. Just numerous accidents, especially on ready This from the You see how traffic center you see health in silence lived hope. There are many run king at Seymour Osama Ville, and I just got a report of one near liberty as well on reading road. They've called for more salt trucks. But those guys were already busy and trying to get to all the different spots wrecked number two of the morning on Queen City above White. That one has injuries. Crews are also working with second accident on Montana at Boot. Know they had that to a wreck on Della Palma near 32 cleaning up in Mount Adams on ST Gregory, near Hill Street, South Bound 75. The accident near Hopper was gone. Chucking from NewsRadio 700 wlw. This report is sponsored by discovers, cover matches all the cash back you burned at the end of your first year. It's like they're cramming a full year's worth of cash back into one of those cash shaped birthday cards. Cash back match on Lee. I discover card learn more at discover dot com slash match discover something brighter. It looks like all clouds out there and they were supposed to be so clouds this morning, But sun comes out this afternoon, says Jennifer Ketchmark, in that nine first.
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"Team should build for the future. But if you're in there in the presence and your Letting that go for the future. What point you actually try to contend with the Super Bowl? My main point is basically this, so they drafted up or traded up at the end of the first round to get Jordan love for some reason. Uh, but They had a couple of difference makers that we're still on the board who it sounds like 20, Tony, But at the time you could even say tea, Higgins or Chase Claypool, those one of them to the choices, right, 100%. Or even Patrick Queen to help make that middle of the defense. More athletic, which is what they had issues with, even after you know, moving kirksey around and all that that they did. Hold that said. Do we think that if they had added any of those players or even somebody in the third round that wasn't a backup tight and they didn't see the field? If they had it any of these pieces do we think that could've helped in five points in the NFC Championship? I think the wide receivers connected I think the white receivers could ask you don't you don't think the wide receivers maybe could help you get more than negative five yards on two drives down five. That's my point. Yeah, Exactly. What? I'm sorry. Okay. I'm saying that They're the defense. You know, they didn't. They're not superstars, but they did force three consecutive turnovers. Right? Here's what the defense did. The defense did their job. You don't need the defense to be great. Just with Rogers. You need a defense to do the job. And the defense said the job, So yes, You are right. The extra wide receiver, too. Definitely would help. There is no doubt about it. But still, that offense came up short. So some of it's on the floor some of its own Rogers and there's a lot of it on the front office to you're not wrong on that. Yeah, If you look at in a complex compares I was like, structuring it like a rhetorical argument, right? But it's like, if you look at it was weird thing. I'll say, Daniel, you were making the right points. And then you kind of asked the question and it didn't seem as if you had great conviction in the question it come to see him. You're disagreeing with yourself. But I get the way that you were said no. Yeah, yeah. Yeah, I'm posing this. Someone is going with me. This is the question. I'm asking them. Yeah, it's in a condescending way. He has one guy you've got one guy that was the stunt has 1000 yard receiver. You know, he's got one guy that another team would trade. Yeah, he had 18 touchdowns and look at the other guys that he's turned into guys. Like he has turned in Robert Tongue into a guy that should have been a pro ball tight end. This year. He turned MPs into yet into a legit deep threat. But he's not a number two receiver on your team lose or it's not a number two receiver on your team. They'll have drops and then they'll go for 58 yard touchdown. That's why they need to make Lazard. That's why they need to make mvs their 3rd and 4th weapons. And they've neglected that for a while. I don't know how the salary cap you know, people tell me all salary cap concerns all that you could find a way to make the salary cap pork. If you really wanted to. I can't tell you how many years I'm in Philadelphia. Oh, my goodness gracious, how we're gonna make the salary cap work and how he Rose made the salary cap work before then how we started to just jump off into the deep end and lose his wife. You know? Well, Santana on If you gotta change your evil ways, baby. But I look at two guys that could be available this offseason Kenny Golladay. In division you know. Alan Robinson in division he wanted he will You let us try to get him a few years ago, and he, for some reason, said that bears I'm going to Chicago. At one of those two guys. And even if you lose Darren Jones in the offseason, you run it back. With Williams. Dylan, your backfield that solid enough and you line up With Adam's. Well, let's just say Robinson or Golladay, one of them, So let's just go Alan Alan Robinson, for argument's sake. You go with Adam to go on down Robinson. You have Lazard, NVs and onion. Still there. Hello? I'll tell you this. You do that. That's what's happening. Score and more than three points that you have three drives and you're not getting negative five yards on two of those drives. Let's not excuse Rodgers here. Yeah, Raj, just something's working against them. How many years the New England I know they got some talent. But how many's the New England people say up, but he doesn't have great wide receivers. They found a way to still get the job done. There was the year they lost. Rob Gronkowski still won a Super Bowl. Julian Edelman. Falcons. They won that Super Bowl drunk was not in that Super Bowl. Would rather hands about the atoms or Julian Element. I'm closest to Mount Adams supposed to see me the league right now. That's why even if they get back To the NFC, telling him if they win. Why should I think they're gonna win the Super Bowl of Let's say that going up against the homes of the cheese. Once again, they keep on knocking. They're knocking there, knocking there, knocking They make you believe here? Tubbs. It's gonna happen this year they're getting to the Super Bowl. It wasn't the run defense that cost him on Sunday. It wasn't.
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"Rob, what is the weirdest thing you've ever consumed? Well, let's see here I I've eaten all kinds of sushi. Everything from sea urchin to, um Redfoot, Clam. Um and I think I might have even had like a sea cucumber. And it's a lot of that stuff I was with. It's funny. I was with Maryland Harris. We went over to the, uh, wasn't Washington fish market there in Mount Adams. I know what you're talking about Andrea from that, That's the name of it, But, yeah, I know what you're talking about. It's not open anymore. But we went in there and she had. She's like You wanna go have some sushi with me. I have free coupons. We sat there and ate 200 bucks worth of sushi. Him, son and I and I ate some weird stuff out there. Flexion, Rob, phone the money right like it's nothing. I know right? It was they were trade certificates so we didn't pay for it. But it was 200 bucks worth. So that's why they're out of business, Are you? You're not one of those people who say all my favorite food is sushi, because if your favorite food is sushi, you're doing it wrong. Yeah, I love sushi. I was she. I mean, it's not my, but you know, I talk people. Oh, my God. I love sushi. I, uh That's my favorite thing in the world. You're doing it wrong yourself. A picky eater was rocking. I love a good steak. Yeah, I love a good steak and I'll lead weird stuff like you know, like smoked clams. And they're like glamorous stuff like that. I mean, there's no I don't And I'm kind of my pretty adventurous was for Izzy. But I ain't need no damn bug. Sorry if you're no, I won't do that. Your reptiles, rob, Be honest. Go None of my own. I've had alligator and I've had rattlesnake. How I've been alligators. That was that was kind of my weird thing everyday Kind of chewy yet. Yeah, like chewy chicken. Yeah, it was weird. I'll tell you what, though. My girlfriend got me a smoker. If you don't have a smoker, you have no idea what you're missing. Take too long. And don't no, no, no. It's worth every second. Keep trying to give Rocky mind won't take trying to give me is like I can't. I got a year. I'm like now it make Amy get it, man. Smoke got me as a baby. I mean, I've smoked some great stuff on it. But it was like you know what? I got more important stuff to do than sit on my my deck and watch that thing. Make sure the temperature stay in just so, you know, get her electric one. It is electric. But the temperature goes, It's wildly all over the place. I want one of the thermostat on just like you stick in the oven. You hit that button, Bam, bam! Pour some wood pellets in their van Chicken wings for everybody. Maybe your thermostats bad mind does it perfectly. And if you make stuff like beef jerky, it would take you forever in like the oven or in a dehydrator, But you can make beef jerky and, like five hours Thank you..
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"Better you bet on radio dot com. Markets Hollywood round the six touchdowns in his last seven games. Mark Jackson marquees Hollywood Brown is not the preeminent quarterback to receiving option in the postseason left. So you cross up those two Jarvis Landry. Good player. Baker Mayfield. Good player. They're completing on 71.2% of their passes his urine. Baker's looking for Jarvis Landry. They're not the best option. Drew Brees, the Michael Thomas. Entering the season, You could make the case that was the most lethal quarterback wide receiving weapon duo in the NFL. Michael Thomas only played at games last week Now last year, Michael Thomas. He led the league in receptions, 149 and yards. Over 1700 yards. And he led the NFL receptions in 2018 as well. But the buck 25 Thomas got in last week caught a touchdown. Where the state of Drew Brees is at right now. I don't think that's the best. Duo and breeze and Michael Thomas. So that leaves may with Roger's Davante Adams, Josh Allen, Stefan Diggs, Mahomes, Travis, Kelsey, Tom Brady, Mike Evans. Man. That would be Phenomenal poll question. They put that out as a poll question for tomorrow. What's the best QB? Slash receiving duo left in the NFL postseason. So What? I'm trying to eliminate two of these teams to get me to the final two. When you have Roger's Adams When you have Alan digs. When you have more homes, Kelsey and when you have Brady Evans Who were the two that I'm gonna limit it. I'm gonna eliminate Brady Evans. Even though they've had 13 touchdowns this year. Evans has 70 receptions in just over 1000 yards. I'm going to eliminate that do it. I'm also going to eliminate I hate to do this because this duo has just had tremendous energy and they've been a dynamite connection. I'm gonna eliminate Josh Allen. Stefan digs and digs just led the league in receptions. This year's first year in a new system first, you with the new quarterback with a buck 27 any also led the league in yards. With over 1500 yards. And Allen's completing 76.5% of his passes been targeting digs. I look at the two other options in front of him. Mahomes, Kelsey. Rogers Adams. That to me. One of those duos is the best quarterback receiving option League. Now I look at my home's Kelsey. Chelsea as a tight end was second in receiving yards this year. 1416 Holmes is completing 72% of his passes when targeting Travis, Kelsey and Travis, Kelsey and 11 touchdowns. Sure, that's tied for fifth in the league. Here's what I'm gonna go. Rogers Davante Adams. So Devante happens, Miss two games. Monty Adams had this year 115 receptions. 1374 yards and 18 touchdowns. And Rodgers is also completing 77% of his passes. When targeting Davante Adams. So Adam's missed two games. They put up those numbers. But that's not the reason why I'm going there. Gotta look at what's around them. I gotta look to the value to the team. Travis. Kelsey is an unbelievable player. But the chief's offenses loaded at the Chiefs had to win a game without Travis Kelsey. Is it easy to do? No. But can they do it? With Tyree Kill Hank? You could make a case. It's my Homans and Tyree Killer Times. How many weapons they have on the offensive side of the ball. Compared to Green Bay. Who does have Aaron Jones? A very good back. But if developed the Adamses out who's the number two receiving option in Green Bay? No, I know he's a friend of the show. I know He's been on the show, but Mark was about this. Can't link. It's not Tyree Kill. You may have a 70 yard touchdown, but he has a few drops. So because of the importance that Davante Adams has to his team. Davante Adams and, yes, Hey, Green Bay beat the Saints without the Mount Adams this year. If you want to get the other way. Saints and Michael Thomas in that game, either. So you could still win without the Monte happens, but it's very tough to do so. So because of the fact of what's around them, and also Adam's right now is the best wide receiver in the league. And Rodgers also is playing N V P ball. Now you could make a case. You think Holmes is better, but Roger's gonna win the MVP. So if you have the best wide receiver in the league.
"mount adams" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Once again, most are decent. But there is there is definitely that that group and you don't know it all the time going up, so we we do, I will say this way have some of the best law enforcement training. I would put our our training and our trainers and what we go through right up there with anybody. I mean way practice and we train and we qualify. Um we are very well trained individuals, and I think that's why this Station happened. You know more often is because because of that night I know Kevin was extremely well trained. He He took his training serious, You know, I like said no demand for years, just a super good officer. We were really, really praying for him and his family media accounts. He was there airlifted to University of since I'm Medical Center, which is about The best facility in the world for gunshot wounds they have about 400 a year they come through there and there's no there's no facility in the Midwest. Better a gunshot wounds. Then you see medical, which is why he was flown there and We wish Wish him well, and his family give our best to Kathy and Brian Banbury once again. Thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show And if you get in update and the next few days just drop a line to chip heart. You've got a hold on me and we'll get it on the air. We'll do that, Bill. I appreciate you giving me the time to talk. Thank you very much back to work. Thank you, Brian. And Merry Christmas. Thank you to my friends. Thank you Must continue take a short break. When we do. We'll go with Go with Dave in Dayton and Dean and Columbus and Pete and Bland Chester and I always like to highlight individuals who lived simple lives in good ways. And I never met Kevin Bear likely never will meet him. This is a wildlife officer was committed to the to the performance of his duties. He stumbled upon a situation unbeknownst to him was suddenly life and death. The fact that the only felony charge of this point Is disqualified from possessing firearms due to a disability, which would likely be a previous criminal conviction indicates to me that maybe in the first blush, Clinton County Authorities did not believe it was an intentional shooting. But we'll see what comes of it. The individuals involved Thomas Davis of Jamestown and Brian Ackerman of Midland, Ohio, have been charged with hunting without a license. Both are misdemeanors. On the main perpetrator is Brian are lining. L I am I n g 49 Years old of Xenia. He starts with hunting without a license, both misdemeanors and having weapons while under a disability. Which is a felony. So he's walking around the woods, I guess to shoot deer or something with no license. So tell you what. Let's uh, let's take a caller to with Dave's permission, then we'll continue at 1 45. We have John Francoise. Foolish, foolish. A here. Talk about difficulties of operating restaurants. I know Britney Ruby and the Gregorys difficulties, Charlie Blood, so I know What? Uh, what happens that trios Another fine facilities. Is this difficult? The strong survive and those will survive was gonna be tough about everyone else. Let's continue now With David dating, then we'll take a short break after this. And David Dayton. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show and Dave, How are you? Really Merry Christmas to you and your first lady and let me just first say, umm humbled and honored to be one of your final callers of 2020 Thank my wishes for 2020. Want 2021 is to hopefully never hear Andy Boo hoo. Both years or our governor. The Grim Reaper Mike Wein give their weekly press conferences and we can get over this. So you're done. You're done like you give the wine credit in this sense. There's less restrictions here than in Kentucky, Pennsylvania or Michigan and so well. Barely, But I mean I had I had the honor. Tonto Walk my oldest daughter down the aisle on Friday, my first to be married down in your church thing. Xavier on Sycamore, which was the beginning of Xavier University. Um And But it went from a 250 persons ceremony to about 35 immediate family only, and the reception up in Mount Adams that the view which was the old flesh, you'll And we're having a great old time. And, uh, you know, here's the fat thing that Willie is by orders of the governor and the priests. We had to sit in our pews with math on even though I was next to my wife and kids and all the family that I Be every day and then you know, we got the last call at 9 45 is where in mid stroke and having a great old time up with the view and Mount Adams to, you know, to make sure we're all usher or world hitting the door by 10 o'clock. And you know, there's just a lot of unnecessary things. My business is a medical fails. I've had to lay off three employees because sales is hard enough to call on doctors and hospitals and normal situations to get blown off. But you give Tobin excuse and it's you have to have They followed appointment just to get your butt in a door to see anyone, So you know. Again. There's two been to too much other destruction is gone on with, you know again. You could. Yes, Governor. The wine's better than, um, the California goofball who Which My daughter and her now husband came from San Francisco. They had that They fled two months early, quick there because they had enough with being alive. Newsome. Yeah, You have a new some and On even there, man. Just they had in the city of San Francisco only 173 covert deaths this year they had 678 overdose death, but it's You know, So, um Yeah, I, um I I hope that, um on 11 last thing I know, will you? You got a time frame of when your last days on the big ones are in a couple of years. But we need you for Trump 2024. If you could let me say this, I told Scott Reinhardt that of Trump runs for reelection. I'm going to stay here till November of 2024. That's the one thing that would get me to delay. My well earned retirement is to make certain that Donald John Trump gets re elected president in 2024. This station said Great, Fine if that if he announces in a couple of years And I'm running in 2024. I will be here because that's what What is it risk? Here is almost the survivability of the United States of America. That is one thing that would get me to delay it till 2024 because of the importance of that race, Dave, you're exactly correct. Thank you. Really. You just made my day and you're a great American. And that is music to my ears. Hearing that and merry Christmas to you. Merry Christmas to you and yours, and he could be a year. God bless you thinking Dave. And lastly, to my left..
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"Up, so we we do. I will say this way have some of the best law enforcement training. I would put our our training and our trainers. And what we go through right up there with anybody. I mean way practice and we train and we qualify. Um we are very well trained individuals, and I think that's why this this doesn't happen. No more often is because because of that night I know Kevin was extremely well trained. He He took his training. Serious. Um You know, I like said no demand for years, just a super good officer. We were really, really praying for him and his family media accounts. He was there airlifted to University of since I'm Medical Center, which is about The best facility in the world for gunshot wounds they have about 400 a year they come through there and there's no there's no facility in the Midwest. Better a gunshot wounds. Then you see medical, which is why he was flown there and We wish Wish him well, and his family give our best to Kathy and Brian Banbury once again. Thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show And if you get an update, and the next few days just drop a line to chip heart. You got a hold on me and we'll get it on the air. We'll do that, Bill. I appreciate you giving me the time to talk. Thank you very much back to work. Thank you, Brian. And Merry Christmas. Thank you to my friends. Thank you Must continue take a short break. When we do. We'll go with go with Dave in Dayton. Indian and Columbus and Pete Implant, Chester and I always like to highlight individuals who live simple lives in good ways. And I never met Kevin Bear likely never will meet him. This is a wildlife officer was committed to the to the performance of his duties. He stumbled upon a situation unbeknownst to him was suddenly life and death. And the fact that the only felony charge of this point Is disqualified from possessing firearms due to a disability, which would likely be a previous criminal conviction indicates to me that maybe in the first blush, Clinton County Authorities did not believe it was an intentional shooting. But we'll see what comes of it. The individuals involved Thomas Davis of Jamestown and Brian Ackerman of Midland, Ohio, have been charged with hunting without a license. Both are misdemeanors. On the main perpetrator is Brian are lining. L I am I n g 49 Years old of Xenia. He starts with hunting without a license, both misdemeanors and having weapons while under a disability. Which is a felony. So he's walking around the woods, I guess to shoot deer or something with no license. So, uh, tell you what, Let's uh let's take a caller to with Dave's permission, then we'll continue at 1 45. We have, uh, John Francoise. Foolish. Foolish. A here. Talk about difficulties of operating restaurants. I know Britney Ruby and, uh, the Gregorys difficulties, Charlie Blood, so I know What? Uh, what happens that trios Another fine facilities. Is this difficult? The strong survive and those will survive was gonna be tough about everyone else. Let's continue now With David dating, then we'll take a short break after this. And David Dayton. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show and Dave, How are you? Really Merry Christmas to you and your first lady and let me just first say, umm humbled and honored to be one of your final callers of 2020. Thank you my wishes for 2020. Want. 2021 is too clean over here. Andy Boo hoo! Both years or governor, The Grim Reaper Mike Wein give their weekly press conferences and we can get over this. So you're done. You're done like you give the wine credit in this sense. There's less restrictions here than in Kentucky, Pennsylvania or Michigan and so well. Barely, But I mean I had I had the honor. Tonto Walk my oldest daughter down the aisle on Friday, my first to be married down and your church thing Xavier on Sycamore, which was the beginning of Xavier University. Um and but it went from a 250 person ceremony to about 35 immediate family only. And the reception up in Mount Adams that the view, which was the old flesh, you'll, and we're having a great old time. And, uh, you know, here's the fat thing that Willie is by orders of the governor and the priests. We had to sit in our pews with math on even though I was next to my wife and kids and all the family that I Be every day and then you know, we got the last call at 9 45 is where in mid stroke and having a great old time up with the view and Mount Adams to, you know, to make sure we're all usher or world hitting the door by 10 o'clock and, um, you know, there's just a lot of unnecessary things. My business is a medical sales. I've had to lay off three employees because sales is hard enough to call on doctors and hospitals and normal situations, too. Blown off. But you give co bit excuse and it's you have to have a solid appointment just to get your butt in a door to see anyone. So you know how much Again. There's two been to too much other destruction is gone on with, you know again, you could. Yes, Governor. The wine's better than, um, the California goofball. Theo. It's my daughter and her now husband came from San Francisco. They had that they fled two months early, quit their job because they had enough with being live. Newsome. Yeah. You have a new some man. On even there, man. Just they they've had in the city of San Francisco only 173 covert deaths this year they had 678 overdose death, but it's You know, So, um Yeah, I, um I I hope that, um on 11 last thing I know, will you You've got a time frame of when your last days on the big ones are in a couple of years. But we need you for Trump 2024. If you could let me say this, I told Scott Reinhardt that have Trump runs for reelection. I'm going to stay here till November of 2024. That's the one thing that would get me to delay. My well earned retirement is to make certain that Donald John Trump gets re elected president in 2024. This station said Great, Fine if that if he announces in a couple of years And I'm running in 2024. I will be here because that's what What is it risk? Here is almost the survivability of the United States of America. That is one thing that would get me toe delay. It took 2024. Because of the importance of that race, Dave, you're exactly correct. Thank you, Willie. You just made my day and you're a great American. And that is music to my ears. Hearing that and merry Christmas to you. America's This too,.