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"mouth college" Discussed on The KiddChris Show

The KiddChris Show

07:55 min | 9 months ago

"mouth college" Discussed on The KiddChris Show

"Thanks man. Good luck with your injury today column. I'm just waiting there. It's common call. We're like no see you everything negative. That's why you get hurt. That's why you know you work for free negative chris. I'm one hundred percent positive that this is a dumpster fire though so far so good all right go ahead got another one. Nope okay say man. We everything out about odd. He's spos- name that's alleys dallas. Good luck remember filter. That's okay that's what it's all about nowadays ringtone. It is yeah. I would love to see you. Try to put that on your phone. The sport i brought to you by colored electric or even hiring for today's world at five one three two two seven forty one twelve wookey colored electric cincinnati dot com happy. Wgn other fireworks weekend. Cincinnati's fourth of july de but reds kickoff. Three game interleague series. Tonight up against motown who grabbed detroit. Tigers tyler alexander. A left-hander here. We go again here. 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The x and olatunji liberty. Six forty five. Espn fifty thirty and forty four. Sixty to work day. I'll just sit back while you just plow through. Ls soccer ball mls soccer tomorrow night. Cincinnati ohio home enter miami. Cf how can you support this. Eight o'clock espn. Fifteen thirty dickey. Fcc looks for their first home. Win town denisot. Miami is one four. Wanna find a win. Stephen as not these. I know plowing right through. I know he is like usual. He's excited for the extent. We got rid of bags. Kellerman you got rid of him. That's right he does what he wants. He's he's the money on. That sounds like a couple of people around here. That the first letter in the alphabet. Targeted stephen is not the first. Oh okay oh. I had to go over your head with that. A whole even down even a. b. c. d. Do i had to go through the entire alphabet. Said denison go talk all right. that's right. I don't have nothing v song at ain't those joke if he can't pay the no his life and file bus stephen. A smith do stephen smith or more money and john barrett. Tillman jon barry. Do not he is a man of very reputed this man you know fugitives means. I can't even spell. I don't even know what it means. It sounded good. So what's it. No one's going to debate you on that see tonight. That's for sure that the debate him and he didn't i take clock. Take your calls. Here calls count anywhere on. Fortunately voice be heard. Go ahead caller. Nobody your thoughts calls. Let's get music home of the head. One oh two seven. It's w. e. b. thunder phones. It's our own explosions. Here on the cape. Chris show as we invite you to call in this is everybody's excitement is coming through the telephones Silicon only the last couple more vibrant three eight one three seven nine seven nine. You may be thinking. Maybe you're new party right now because the fireworks are on the way you're tuned into wb n. For the first time or maybe you're a casual listener. I'm kid chris. Let's meet over there and today is a day on friday every friday. We just opened up the phones. We don't screen the calls nothing. This calls count anywhere calls to the wall on holds barred thunder phone. We go balls deep or calls. The budget say ooh that means we go calls deep with the phone calls all right so we say when the phone starts ringing here in the studio we pick up live all right so it's real simple. You can ask us anything man. It's wide open. We don't screen. Like i said all right so five one three eight one. Three seven nine seven nine. That is the phone number. And i guess it would be ready. No now keep in mind we talk about whatever. You just can't curse. None of it will make the radio broadcasts condom but say where you are or who you are and where you're from okay. Caller hi hi good. Hey it's gotta kill for him. But i knew i told you what little pick it up. Oh man you gotta hear the joke you guys take. You're gonna open the river Let's we were just talking about this off the air segment. We have nothing to do with the coast. Guard is saying about keith. Tired off your boats can't go on the river to watch a fireworks right now because it's unsafe. That's nothing to do with us. We have zero power. Like i was telling i can't even go to the bengals game and we carry the damn bengals and i think i could control what people put their boats. No no i. i'll i won't touch subject again right. So here's a joke. How to adolf hitler creepy.

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"mouth college" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:53 min | 1 year ago

"mouth college" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Just so I can save. My source was published in the journal current Biology. Which I've gotta have my medical dictionary right at my hand to look up so much of this stuff, okay, But this particular story caught my attention. Dart mouth colleges who Did the study and published it, But yeah, they just again. We've kind of we've had other studies that have said this, but, um, that gossip is actually helping people learn now. Not only is it good for us to do, but it's helping people learn, and it's helping people form social bonds. Okay. I believe that And like small town gossip, er, just gossip. Basically, gossip. Get C The band. Bad rap is always like that. It's you're talking about people behind their back, and a bad manner could be positive. That is absolutely correct. 14% of People's Daily Conversations classifies gossip, but most of it is neutral in tone. It's just sharing information. That's right. It's sharing them Formacion, it zah way that we communicate. It's away. We find places to bond with somebody on And it's Helps us learn to the experience of others. Somebody can be gossiping about a situation and you go. Oh, my gosh, I gotta tell my kids that are so And so that so that we don't do that. I mean, even me when I the gossip when your son moved to a city neighborhood, and I said remind him to not be looking down at his phone would be paying attention when he's walking in and out of his building. That's something as a suburban kid. You might not think about it if your city kid You know? You. I didn't share aware, you know, kind of a thing anyway, So it's just a way of just doing something so again again. Good news for gossip. It's good for. Yeah, it's gas. It is not a bad word. But when you do malicious gossip like I'll give you an example of malicious Gossip that was on the Real Housewives of New Jersey the very first episode of this new season. Okay, there's a birthday party for this girl's husband, Jackie's husband Check and Theresa comes in and starts blabbing to the girls in kind of a loud tone of voice. Did she hears at the gym that Jackie says been whom they're all there for his birthday party that he's that he is banging a bunch of women at the at the club. That's malicious guts. That is malicious gossip that is meant to stir the pot 100% there, okay? Erica, thanks to covert two and three Americans say they could no longer tolerate crowds. Oh, gosh. Well, this is gonna be nice for us Coast. Stay home, then. Yeah, A survey of 2000 Americans reveal 65% can't salary crowds and will do everything in their power to avoid standing in lines, especially at the airport. Well, they're gonna have to get used to this other, right? Uh, Had seven out of 10 say they're better us having less direct contact with other people. Oh, dear. I think maybe this is people are just gonna It's gonna be an adjustment for some people to come out of there. Come over Chelsea. I think so. Their covert shells. That's where you put it. Josie Covert Show became like Let's say you how many days out are you but We are 8 30 Ft against counters. Let's say there was a show it first to have this Friday. I totally get go, 100%. I would. Yes, it's sold out you go. Yeah. Okay, so I'm not sure I would. Well, there you go. You're my Shelly than I am. Yeah. You've got a harder shell. Yeah. You've got a deeper camp. Yeah. I mean, G b Laden is that Minnesota Music Cafe on Friday night. I'm totally going. I've been there like three times. I feel safe. I I'm in my sexy jailer said Yeah. Is he willing to go? He's willing that I could go too Well, she's fully vaccine to make reservations. Okay. Now here's another one. This is ah! This was investigating pop culture habits in the time of covert. But now Americans are twice as likely did listen to social media or their favorite. Radio shows for TV recommendations than experts. Or, um, things like that. Someone that you relate to. You know what they like. You know what they don't like. I believe what? I still don't like rotten tomatoes. Would you know? Would you listen to what people on social media have to say about versus right tomatoes, haven't you? I run tomatoes guy. I like to look at what the top critics say. Yeah, and you look at what the people say. Do you find that it's not as much Okay? I look at Neil. Just I look at her critics. Yes, and I look at Chris. You would I like to see what they say, because I trust their judgment, but we know them. Yeah. All right. Well, that's listen. Social media. Is that everything? Yeah, Okay, I'll take a break. People pick up a newspaper Picture magazine on the radio. I mean, Yeah, I know how it does everything you know there was life before. I don't know. Yeah, I hear what you're saying. You're just seeing how much I can't stand it, I guess is expressing Oh, here's a study of the fit, Get fitter. Women and healthier people burn fat better when exercising. I mean, then what standing Still exactly that that is at issue of the study study of Doug This is from the University of Bath and the United Kingdom. I've been there. That is a lovely Oh, my gosh. Was very loved it. That was my safety school. Itwas ST Thomas. But University of Bath was my backup. Did you ever have you ever been there? Just Oh, no. You went to Italy and studied abroad. I did, but I was Saint Thomas. I know you did. But, yeah, I've never been to Buffalo bosses. How did you find talents that will build and I went. Oh, said the rose. Carmen time and we had our little more easily by rental car. You help. Okay? We stayed with what were their names. Oh, God at their at their castle. In London. Oh, gosh, in the men kicked us out because they weren't it supports, right? 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"mouth college" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"mouth college" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"What do you got A head coach and waiting on the steps, And it takes the combined Kelly from point or whether there's gonna be other opportunities. Maybe down the road because he's such a pup. I mean, was he 27 28 years old. He's still very, very young. But I always I always kind of put that with. It just seems like every other year. Brian Kelly's maybe hitting that. It's his last year at Notre Dame. So where's the timelines? Mix up their mad? How long do you think that Brian Kelly has there? Well, you know, I think it's going to be interesting. I mean, listen, I I've always felt like you know, Brian Kelly situation you know, to me. The next logical step for him would be the NFL. You know, I mean, like, if you're gonna, and that's something his name has been kind of going about. It is the idea that Eventually they'll be that noted about NFL job You really want to go after, and I think that to me would be the thing that would pull him away. If that's the case then and the Notre Dame job is going to be one of the most coveted jobs in the country. Every time that job opens up, you know Urban Meyer's name going to be thrown in there, You know, there's going to be another couple big name coaches in there, so I'm not sure you know Tommy's case. It may be difficult for that coach awaiting spot right away. If it happens in the next year to now, she's there 34 more years. Maybe that big psychological transition particularly recruiting and things like that, But If it happened sooner than that, you know, I think you're gonna hear a lot of big name coach's name thrown in the mix because my job is just so you know, it's such a big time program that people really coveted. So again, I think Ryan Kelly knows that clock is there should he wants to continue to give that chance to get into the playoff it and maybe a chance for the national championship. Matt Marshall joining us on the show speaking the NFL and maybe that NFL job A couple of reports today that Jim Harbaugh might think about something like that. Now, this is normal. This is this is a yearly occurrence here. But there were a lot of fans who were really upset. I I was listening to 97 1 that ticket after the loss to Michigan State, and that felt for the first time, really, amongst the fans and like The people who are really Ann Arbor that the gloves came off for Jim Harbaugh. And I go. Yeah, you know, you say that, but it's always been this way with Michigan. They re evaluated the end of the year if Michigan finishes six into Jim Harbaugh and going anywhere. I think their best shot if they really want to get rid of this guy is the NFL. Do you think Jim Harbaugh Because all of this may very well entertain the NFL this time and go back, maybe to the Jets Trevor Laurence. I'm trying to put two and two together here, Matt. Yeah. You know, I think that that could be a logical step. Well, I've always said that. I don't think it's going to come that Michigan got fired. Jim home are bald a point. I think what would more likely happen? Is that Jim? Horrible with believing his on court? I think it Again like you said. Maybe he did. He's a little tired of the college game. The challenge of it right now He wants to move on and go back to the NFL and try to see what you can do there as well. So I much there's been up and down the marble tenure at Michigan. I'm just not sure it's school is going to, you know, make that move. I mean, listen. I try to point them out to people that you know 1 70% of his games at Michigan and before he got there, Michigan kind of irrelevant nationally for period there about about five or six years, so What kind of expected him to do is get them to back the relevancy. Now they just haven't been national contenders and it had the struggle here in there. So to me, I think it's going to become down to Is there a job in the NFL? That really appealed to him, And he feels like this is the best new trend at this point, and that's how I think eventually an admission. I don't think you get pushed out the door because I just keep here. I totally agree with you. I just keep hearing the Ah, the bitch in the motor on about how he has no quarterback, but this is an NFL coach. That's what we say about NFL coaches. We don't have a quarterback. You don't have a chance. Meanwhile, legal Reilly just create some And they get him at Ohio State. Guys who for the most part are not great NFL prospects and we'll see what happens with Justin Fields here. But all these other guys, they don't use this as an excuse. Like I just keep hearing it for Jim Harbaugh, go. Listen, I know you wanted to come back and you're a Michigan man. You average 9.5 wins. That's good. That's really, really good in comparison to Brady Hoke in re trod and, you know, Ever since Lloyd Carr. They pushed him out of there. Just go back to the NFL. It's more natural fit there for Jim. Horrible. Matt Murschel joining us on the show Georgia, Florida who you got I got Florida right now. I think just because the fact that the offense look good. I know they had a little time off, obviously with the Kobe situation, But you're being Florida playing really confidently with that with that offense with Kyle traffic cop, it I think he's going to have issues. But let's listen in Georgia struggling offensively with that's invented a quarterback, and he hasn't been very good the last couple weeks, So I mean, I think this is an opportunity to Florida to make it big standard. I think Dan Mullen and Hope fight on the field with Michigan, Missouri. I think that was Dan Mullen, trying to get his team fired up. I think it's all that what he saw that his team was listless. He wanted to find a way to get that kind of fired up and ready to go. And maybe that'll carry over today and hopefully get Florida that sh opportunity. Maybe to get that win that they haven't adult lockup here. I couldn't agree with you more about that, and I know, like the Darth Vader stuff. Okay, Matt. Everybody overreacted. I get it. It is kind of it is kind of behavior unbecoming of a college football head coach, But you know what? It just fits of Florida Spurrier War. The visor He wears the visor spirit was a loud mouth. He seems to be a loud mouth. College football does need heels. They do need bad guys. And why not? Why not Let let Dan Mullen be the bad guy in the S E. C. Yeah. And you look at what? Dan? This is not a weird year for Dan. I mean, it starts with the comments about, you know, feeling the swamp during the middle of the pandemic, And then right afterwards, you know the program gets shut down because I've called it. Harder with comments are complaining about, you know, missing time because of the election and the rule that, you know, basically, you know, they couldn't practice on election day and then you know you have the fight on everything. And then you know, after the fight wherever I want to talk about the fight, he shows up wearing the dark Vader costume, So it just feels a little weird, And I'm thinking a little bit but again. If that's the way he wants to play the field. He wants to be at that kind of level than that. I'm sure that fine, especially if they win. Today, they'll go on beat Georgia and there they were in the SEC East. I don't think they're going to a lot of Florida fans. They're going to grumble too much..

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"mouth college" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

05:52 min | 1 year ago

"mouth college" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"It just seems like every other year. Brian Kelly's maybe hitting that. It's his last year at Notre Dame. So I Where's the timelines? Mix up their mad. How long do you think that Brian Kelly has there? Well, you know, I think it's going to be interesting. I mean, listen, I I've always felt like you know, Brian Kelly situation, you know, to me. The next logical step with him would be the NFL. You know, I mean, like, if you're gonna, and that's something his name has been kind of going about. It is the idea that Eventually they'll be that noted about NFL job You really want to go after and I think that would mean it would be the thing that would pull him away. If that's the case then and the Notre Dame job is going to be one of the most coveted job in the country. Every time that job opens up, you know Urban Meyer's name going to be thrown in there, You know, there's gonna be another couple big name coaches in there, so I'm not sure you know Tommy's case. It may be difficult for that coach awaiting spot right away if it happens within the next year or two. He's there for, you know, 34 more years. Maybe that big psychological transition, particularly recruiting and things like that, But if it happened sooner than that, you know, I think you're gonna hear a lot of big name coach's name thrown in the mix because that job is just so You know, it's such a big time program that people really coveted. So again. I think why Kelly knows that clock is there and he wants to continue. Give that chance to get into the playoffs and maybe a chance for the national championship. Matt Murschel joining us on the show. Speaking of the NFL, and maybe that NFL job Ah, couple of reports today that Jim Harbaugh might think about something like that. Now, this is normal. This is this is a yearly occurrence here. But there were a lot of fans who were really upset. I I was listening to 97 1 ticket after the loss to Michigan State, and that felt for the first time really, amongst the fans and like The people who are really Ann Arbor that the gloves came off for Jim Harbaugh. And I go. Yeah, you know, you say that, but it's always been this way with Michigan. They re evaluated the end of the year if Michigan finishes six into Jim Harbaugh and going anywhere. I think their best shot if they really want to get rid of this guy is the NFL. Do you think Jim Harbaugh Because all of this may very well entertain the NFL this time and go back, maybe to the Jets Trevor Laurence. I'm trying to put two and two together here, Matt. Yeah. You know, I think that that could be a logical step. Well, I've always said that. I don't think it's going to come that Michigan got fired Jim home harbored a point. I think what would more likely happen? Is that Jim? Horrible with believing his on court? I think it Again. Like you said. Maybe he gets a little tired of the college game. The challenge of it right now He wants to move on and go back to the NFL and try to see what you can do there as well. So I much there up and down the marble tenure at Michigan. I'm just not sure it's the school's going to, you know, make that move. I mean, listen. I try to point this out to people that you know 1 70% of the games at Michigan and before he got there, Michigan kind of irrelevant nationally, you know, for a period there is about about five or six years, so He's done. What he kind of expected him to do is get them back to relevancy. Now they just haven't been national contenders and it had the struggle here in there. So to me, I think it's going to come down to Is there a job in the NFL? That really appealed to him, and he feels like this is the best nutrition at this point, and that's how I think eventually in Michigan, I don't think you get pushed out the door because I just keep here. I totally agree with you. I just keep hearing the Ah, the bitch in the morning about how he has no quarterback over. This's an NFL coach. That's what we say about NFL coaches. We don't have a quarterback. You don't have a chance. Meanwhile, legal Reilly just create some And they get him at Ohio State. Guys who for the most part are not great NFL prospects. I will see what happens with Justin Fields here, but all these other guys, they don't use this as an excuse. Like I just keep hearing for Jim Harbaugh, go. Listen, I know you wanted to come back, and you're a Michigan man. The average 9.5 wins. That's good. That's really, really good in comparison to Brady Hoke in Rich Rod, and you ever since Lloyd Carr, they pushed him out of there. Just go back to the NFL. It's more natural that fit their for Jim. Horrible. Matt Marshall joining us on the show Georgia, Florida who you got I got Florida right now. I think just because the fact that the offense look good. I know they had a little time off, obviously with the Kobe situation, But you're being Florida playing really confidently with that. That offense with Kyle traffic, I'll pitch. I think he's going to have issues. But let's listen in Georgia struggling offensively with that invented a quarterback, and he hasn't been very good the last couple weeks, So I mean, I think this is an opportunity to Florida to make a big statement. I think Dan Mullen and help fight on the field with Michigan, Missouri. I think that was Dan Mullen, trying to get his team fired up. I think it's all that what he felt like his team was listless, and he wanted to find a way to get that kind of fired up and ready to go. And they did that would carry over today and hopefully get The floor of that chopper tuning, maybe to get that win that they haven't adult lockup here. I couldn't agree with you more about that, and I know, like the Darth Vader stuff. Okay, Everybody overreacted. I get it. It is kind of it is kind of behavior unbecoming of a college football head coach, But you know what? It just fits of Florida Spurrier War. The visor He wears the visor spirit was a loud mouth. He seems to be a loud mouth. College football does need heels. They do need bad guys. And why not? Why not Let let Dan Mullen be the bad guy in the S E. C. Yeah. And look what Dan, This is not a weird year for Dan. I mean, it starts with the comments about, you know, feeling the swamp during the middle of the pandemic, And then right afterwards, you know the program gets shut down because I've called it. Harder with comments will be complaining about, you know, missing time because of the election and the rule that, you know, basically, you know, they couldn't practice on election day and then you know you have the fight on everything. And then you know, after the fight wherever they want to talk about the fight, he shows up wearing the dark Vader costume, So it just feels a little weird, and I think a little bit again. If that's what he wants to play the field. He wants to be at that kind of level than that. I'm sure that fine, especially if they win today, they got beat Georgia there they would be in the East. I don't think they're going to a lot of Florida fans. They're going to grumble too much..

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"mouth college" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"mouth college" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The weight slightly positive on the session, Slightly lower down 11 on the S and P rough by third. Of 1% run record. Watching a gold market settled down just a little bit in the last hour Crude positive 1/2 of 1% back to $41 in Twentynine Cents, and that we are in the bond market, some cane up a single basis point, Norman Oh, yields just very, very sticky over the last month in and around 0.6%. You know, Europe for the rescue today, John. We had better economic data out of Europe. And I say that just the margin But when I walked in the door here, I mean, I come in John eight hours before you do. I know you know what I came here. I'll be honest, John. It was pretty grim. That is the Tom Kane complaint that he gets up really early. But let's be clear. Tom, You don't sleep anyway, because you text me on the weekend at 3 30 in the morning. That's true. That's true. Well, you know, that's how that's how you choose to do that all the weekend. That's what we do. We're reading it on the weekend and trying to get her to do and I will try to do their right now We've got lots of international relations going on, and we'll get to the Really shocking stimulus debate in Washington as well. But right now, without question our conversation of the day on what's going on with China and with the world at large. Richard Haas has written my book of the summer. It's the world and I'll make real clear, Take it and throw it at any smart mouth. College kids, you know, and begged them to at least read the 1st 150 pages, which is a tour de force on the Western civilization We've all for gotten, or quite frankly, we never took. Ambassador Haas joins us now from the Council on Foreign Relations, Ambassador in your book, the world you write about war between countries. We know what war with China. No, Tom, We're not at war with time China, but the entire trajectory of this relationship. Uh, change compared to what it was for What Nice station trying to build a relationship 50 years ago. We originally worked together against the Soviet Union that our economic interaction essentially became the foundation of the relationship. Economic interaction has now become a source of friction. But what you're seeing, particularly on the American side is a really ramping up. Ah, rhetoric against China at a time China's becoming more assertive than its foreign policy. We're not at war. But this is a relationship that seems to have lost any positive dimension any Russia now and increasingly, It's walk like confrontation. Ambassador I want you to go to a time in place long ago. James MacGregor Burns was great about this about how we developed a State Department how we developed a foreign voices. Americans, please comment. On the tone the discourse of our secretary of state this week to me its original really within the 20th century in this new century, is it I'm hard pressed to find a parallel, Tom, I hear where you're going, And I am sympathetic to what you're saying. Our chief diplomat is going out of his way. Not just to be undiplomatic. There's a time to be that but to be publicly provocative, insulting his counterparts in China, essentially yesterday in a speech at the Nixon library. Almost delegitimizing on almost delegitimizing the current leadership of China on essentially, it came very close, very close to calling for regime change in China. The parallels between his approach to Iran on the approach we heard yesterday in China, I thought was Richard. This is really, really important. The peace hotel over and Shang I yesterday on Twitter put out a photograph of their claim. British room where Henry Kissinger, I believe slept the night before he went to Beijing to change history. Are we giving up all that was accomplished in the early 19 seventies. I don't know. It's too soon to say that way. We don't know how much of this is tactical Political, Toby to be blunt in our own context in the run up to November, we'll have to see what what happens. This is extreme. This is three. I did, by the way. It's ironic that the speech took place at the Nixon Library. Nixon was willing to find common cause with China despite all of our fundamental political and social differences. Yesterday, the secretary of state ignored the potential for the United States to work together despite our political differences, and instead harped on those differences. It's as if he's looking for a fight with China and again. This is this relation of any time you have a relationship between a rising power existed. We know that this difficult the coals for really Soto left. Statecraft on both sides. Whatever else you want calls yesterday speech. I would not use adjectives like subtle and death. Maybe that's the tactic. I don't know, Richard. Something cancer don't know is what is the strategy? What is the strategy at the moment? Can you identify what it is? No, sir. Uh, traditionally in foreign policy, the strategy is to change the external behaviour of other countries. Now, if our goal you know, we could have legitimate goals about changing China. This approach to trade. We could have goals about giving them ease up in Hong Kong or not to deal with the Uighurs the way they are. Teo stop with their unilateral claims in the South China Sea. All of those would be within the traditional realm of foreign policy. That would be a strategy we would work with our allies. Bring it about instead, and yesterday's speech would have the secretary of state berating our allies, including Germany. On again, not making clear what exactly it is. We want China to do that is in the realm of foreign policy. Richard Tom Keen started this asking. Are we at war with China? You said no, that's a stretch. But is that the outcome that we're getting toward? I mean, what is sort of the trigger points here and the possible tit for tat escalation? That could be a worst case scenario. Oh, we've had now That's it for tat. We close Houston. They closed Chengdu. Ah, I would think the most dangerous thing for the next few months would be An incident in something like the South China Sea. China has unilateral claims we correctly did not accept their maritime plans were sending ships to the region to demonstrate we consider these waters to the international The idea that you could have some type of a military incident that could then potentially escalate..

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"mouth college" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"mouth college" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Need help with your and projects account temps provide highly skilled temporary professionals when you need him concepts Robert half company featured and get your news kicking off the week with partly cloudy skies and a high of seventy one in Phoenix highs drop into the low sixties on Tuesday then another storm brings more rain Wednesday thanksgiving day and Friday with more high country snows too I'm a DC fifteen the religious I reserve must see ya at seven oh three it's forty nine degrees in Buckeye first ever data shows Phoenix police officers drew their guns three hundred eighteen times in September firing only once more often than not police pointed at minorities initially we need to start looking at the amount of de escalation training that our offices are receiving Janelle would with the black mothers form says they've already received implicit bias training in hopes of improving community relations sergeant Mercedes fortune says the data don't tell the whole story there at the door and we see a person come to the front door and they're armed with a gun at that moment you're drawing your weapon and that must be reported fortune says full context may come after a few months of data collection both sides hope it improves relations Peter say more KTAR news Arizona votes former New York City mayor a multi billionaire Michael Bloomberg as into the democratic race for the White House all the political expert Emily Ryan tells K. T. A. R. his decision spells trouble for every other candidate the guy's worth fifty four billion dollars he's already spent over thirty million dollars in an ad by for next week alone and he's promised to self fund his campaign she says Bloomberg will spend whatever it takes to win the nomination lots of people in our state already sick from the flu so abroad so hospitals are taking precautions doctor bill Allard is with the rows heart hospital visitors under the age of twelve will not be allowed in patient care areas of the hospital and and the adults that are experiencing flu like symptoms anyone coming into the E. R. with flu or cold symptoms will also be required to wear a mask over their nose and mouth college students across Arizona have some extra incentive to get their flu shot this year there is a phony university flu shot challenge Dr Kerr crest is the director of the Arizona department of health services we are always trying to engage with the community and this seems like a perfect group university students are usually very engaged in the numbers are proving that and in a very short period of time in just six weeks over seven thousand at university students have been vaccinated who's winning from what I understand the university of Arizona is currently in the lead I'm very excited about because that was my alma mater for medical school alley that near KTA Arlene CDA our eyes an education a week after mesa public schools put it superintendent on leave without explaining why we may finally be getting some answers the former may the school's governing board president filing a complaint with the state attorney general's office accusing superintendent Dr ever calmly of theft and embezzlement Ben Smith help hire calmly and lost his reelection bid last year he says an anonymous an internal source came forward regarding five thousand dollar raises for the superintendent executive team and other contracts for promotions that were carried out at salaries higher than what the board approved if true these allegations would violate state law in mesa I maybe see fifteen Johnson a BC for Katie our news what's this an ISIS shortage at the North Pole yeah led to the cancellation of a holiday tradition the annual Christmas an ice sculpture park started fourteen years ago it normally displays you'll themed ice sculptures drawing carvers from around the world but this year there's just not enough ice on local ponds for ice harvesting climate researchers say North Pole it's been almost eight degrees warmer than normal as warm oceans and the lack of sea ice contribute to heat in the atmosphere regionally Dave Packard ABC news but rest assured I have been informed of that you know mace Santa's sleigh is magical right doesn't need any ice to take off their so that's why is able to deliver presents you know like below the equator but I think you know everybody's concern about climate change when stars affect centers workshop that's true right K. D. A. R. news time is seven oh seven all right let's get to the third and now the valley Chevy dealers traffic center they are Hey I want to tip the cap to the troopers they're doing a great job of clearing racks left and right when they occur they're making it hard on the traffic guy to have anything to talk about.

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"mouth college" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"mouth college" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Families this thanksgiving give a gift today at Phoenix rescue mission dot org Danny Sullivan KTAR knees kicking off the week with partly cloudy skies and a high of seventy one in Phoenix highs drop into the low sixties on Tuesday then another storm brings more rain Wednesday thanksgiving day and Friday with more high country snows too I'm a B. C. fifty meteorologists iris MOC at five oh two it's chilly this morning forty seven degrees in Scottsdale first ever data shows Phoenix police officers pointed their guns at suspects three hundred eighteen times in September firing only once more often than not police pointed at minorities initially we need to start looking at the amount of de escalation training that our offices are receiving Janelle would with the black mothers form says they've already received implicit bias training in hopes of improving community relations sergeant Mercedes fortune says the data don't tell the whole story there at the door and we see a person come to the front door and they're armed with a gun at that moment you're drawing your weapon and that must be reported fortune says full context may come after a few months of data collection both sides hope it improves relations Peter say more KTAR news Arizona votes former New York City mayor a multi billionaire Michael Bloomberg is out of the democratic race for the White House valley political expert Emily Ryan tells K. T. A. R. his decision spells trouble for every other candidate the guy's worth fifty four billion dollars he's already spent over thirty million dollars in an ad by for next week alone and he's promised to self fund his campaign he she says Bloomberg will spend whatever it takes to win the nomination yeah lots of people in our state are already sick from the flu so Brazza hospitals are taking precautions doctor bill Allard is with the browser heart hospital visitors under the age of twelve will not be allowed in patient care areas of the hospital and and the adults that are experiencing flu like symptoms anyone coming into the ER with flu or cold symptoms will also be required to wear a mask over their nose and mouth college students across Arizona have some extra incentive to get their flu shots this year there is a phony university flu shot challenge Dr Kerr crest is the director of the Arizona department of health services we are always trying to engage with the community and this seems like a perfect group university students are usually very engaged and the numbers are proving that and in a very short period of time in just six weeks over seven thousand at university students have been vaccinated but who's winning from what I understand the university of Arizona is currently in the lead I'm very excited about because that was my alma mater for medical school alley that near K. T. A. R. news K. D. A. R. eyes on education a week after mesa public schools put it superintended on leave without explaining why we may finally be getting some answers the former Mrs Kuhl's governing board president filing a complaint with the state attorney general's office accusing superintendent Dr ever calmly of theft and embezzlement Ben Smith help hire calmly and lost his reelection bid last year he says an anonymous an internal source came forward regarding five thousand dollar raises for the superintendent executive team and other contracts for promotions that were carried out at salaries higher than what the board approved if true these allegations would violate state law in mesa I maybe see fifteen Johnson a BC for Katie our news an ice shortage at the North Pole yeah that's led to the cancellation of a holiday tradition there the annual Christmas an ice sculpture park started fourteen years ago it normally displays you'll themed ice sculptures drawing carvers from around the world but this year there's just not enough ice on local ponds for I harvesting climate researchers say North Pole it's been almost eight degrees warmer than normal as warm oceans and the lack of sea ice contribute to heat in the atmosphere regionally Dave Packard ABC news but don't worry kids Santa's sleigh is magic and it will be be able to take off even if there is an answer right now and I right yep K. D. A. R. news time five oh seven I discuss this with him personally on Friday night good yes you actually met him yeah yeah yeah but I I like elf I know him I know all right let's get over.

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Lucky Stripe: Silicon Valley Fintech Startup Zooms to $35B in Value

Business Wars Daily

05:34 min | 2 years ago

Lucky Stripe: Silicon Valley Fintech Startup Zooms to $35B in Value

"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Leabeau's. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Monday everyone. It may be the biggest his tech startup. You've never heard of unless you own your own business that is stripe and online payment service and outs last Thursday that it is now worth more than thirty five five billion dollars that's according to valuations by investors who just poured another two hundred fifty million into the company which helps small businesses accept payments over the Internet funding boosted stripes valuation by twelve billion dollars making it the third most valuable startup in the US according to Bloomberg that news outlet says only the we the company owner of we work and jewel the vape company are worth more and unlike those two companies stripe doesn't appear to be financially troubled as the week company is or struggling with controversy like jewel but if you're not familiar with this giant company well that's reasonable stripe handles back in payment systems for businesses ranging from tiny one person startups to mammoth businesses like airbnb lift facebook and shop affi- and its CEO and president the young brothers Patrick and John Collison in who founded the company have operated quietly without the flash of more well known Silicon Valley UNICORNS becomes roots sound like they were made for Silicon Valley origin origin story the Carlson's hail from drama near an Irish village with a population of one hundred and two while still in high school patrick and John moved to the US in founded business that managed transactions on Ebay then they sold it for five million dollars at ages nineteen and seventeen and each had brief stints at College John at Harvard and Patrick at Mit but the entrepreneurial bug had taken hold and two years later in two thousand ten. They founded stripe the point of their start up to take the pain out of what was then a clunky complicated task for businesses and shoppers alike. It took off quickly. Mostly by word of Mouth College soon went by the wayside. One of their first funders was Peter Thiel. One of pay pal founders fast forward to today and stripe not only helps businesses process payments. It's expanding into other areas areas of finance last week announced a new lending arm called Stripe capital and stripe corporate credit card strike plans to use its new funding mm to continue expanding geographically. It has its ion eight new countries at its heart though the brothers want to enable new businesses to get off the ground by streamlining payments. Amos no matter where their customers are despite its fairytale like origin story stripe isn't without competition far from it. Its closest. Rival is square now. That's the company that offers those little square devices that lets you take credit card payments from your mobile device twitter founder. Jack Dorsey Co founded square both businesses now process hundreds of millions of transactions both companies forgo the monthly processing fees that banks charge businesses in charge flat rate fees instead and squares been making business loans for five years and boasts that it has lent more than five billion dollars so far still as of last Thursday stripe is now worth ten billion dollars more than square according to the New York Times back when Patrick can John Collison were still teenagers messing around trying to find their next business idea they found that the hardest thing about starting a new company was figuring out how to get paid paid. They seized on that problem as the right one to solve but today they say that less than eight percent of all commerce happens online so as big as they are and as big as their rivals square us to one thing seems certain when it comes to the growth of financial technology her you you ain't seen nothing yet from around wondering business worst do a quick favor and tell us more batch yourself visit one three dot com slash survey. We'd love learning more about I'm I'm David Brown. Thanks for listening and we'll be back. This episode is brought to you by send pro online from Pitney Bowes Shipping and mailing from your desk has has never been simpler than with San pro online from Pitney bowes with simple online is just click sand and save for as low as four dollars ninety nine cents. That's right at four dollars and ninety nine cents a month. Send envelopes flats packages right from your PC and you are back to business in no time. Try It for free for thirty days and get a free ten pounds scale but only when you visit P B dot com slash B._w. Daily that's P._B. Dot Com slash B W daily.

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"mouth college" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

14:02 min | 2 years ago

"mouth college" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I haven't seen you know blown lead like that. Since Sofia Coppola Godfather three for cowboys panic teams from broke Democrats. They just keep coming at the dope. It's crushed the entire team rushed to Miami. Sound Machine Medical Center at Cleveland get spanked like a Japanese businessmen manatee. Dutch brothel cocky browns quarterback Baker Mayfield. My face hurts that NFL brought to you by ice cream scones. Get the dryer thicker cone. You've always wanted with ice cream scones. America's pastime baseball dodgers clinched the West for the seven straight time and celebrated by carefully opening champagne bottles and letting them breed meanwhile the wildcard tension thicker than Film School Jargon Jargon Outta Quentin Tarantino's Mouth College football what scouts and kicked central Michigan so hard they had to rename themselves North Eastern Michigan that that item brought to you by the corner for all your no frills guest bent try the cut open tennis. Raphael Don wins the amends when Russian Danneal Medvedev what's caught hacking Dell's emails boo women's won by Bianca and tree schoo- who beat Serena Williams uh-huh by a single vowel and this week in sports history the year eighteen ninety-five place Gina Chicago Illinois any Londonderry Londonderry becomes the first woman to ride around the world on a bike took her fifteen months she won ten thousand dollars and use the money to start start her never ever ride a bike around the world foundation swatter House update brought to you by sticklers dot com the anal retentive dating site want Armie this weekend guys. I'll be with my buddies. Taft Hartley and PJ BOTTOMS CALLING HDTV's new hit show panic room renovation this there's trump waterhouse reminding you play with pay. Uh I like the intense note at the end water sports now. I want an ice cream discount so good drier in God. That's so much good so funny. That's how you do it kids. If you're listening young funny people not enough just to be funny and in the right down and sort things out and then go have some fun yeah my I remember when I was with. I got my foot. Just sure you know who randy mosses high eighty three percents barely right stupid so great. I barely got my foot in the door. K Rock and I remember thinking I'm GonNa do Burcham was Jet Waterhouse Bits. It's just a bit and I remember thinking. I better work my ass off for like the first ten hin bits. The eleventh bit could be a C. minus and I'd live to fight another day but with any in the first five R. C. minuses. That's so it's open your over and that's kind of how the world works. Jimmy said you're going to call and Kevin and bean and they're probably not going to think it's funny and that'll be the end of that but if you can get them to laugh right then the let you do it the next week they won't pay you you or care. They'll go they'll have you'll have a meeting at the end of that day on Monday and they'll go. Hey that guy called in. You want to call the next week. They'll go okay or thumbs down and I sorted new is much. I hated homework and writing and rehearsing and going over of this stuff and doing everything I would need to do that. Then on the eleventh one I could slough off a little bit yeah and I think people need to kind of. There's a work version enough that you know what I mean. You can be late after he put together. Good Year of being on time but don't do it on the second day even the tonight show the old talent coordinator take the tonight show Jim McCauley when Carson was doing. It would make sure you had five shots ready. Have five shots ready before you do your first that way. Johny likes you. I need to bring you back in two months. I don't have to worry got enough for five separate period. Yes yes. I don't have to worry and then Johnny did big you again and now by now you're six throws around and you've had time to a get ready or B. If we're calling you in an emergency you've got a little bit of leeway a little bit of good yeah well. Let's take that point extrapolate a little bit so something I've been really giving a lot of consideration to you know I'll give you some examples coming up but not having two pairs of glasses on yourself to on that right now hanging from your chest. I want to bring it home. GonNa leave it here so I thought it was wearing them like the preacher no room so people getting what they want. So what now here's what I'm saying I've been thinking about a lot lately okay because I had such a good experience on the Baldwin rose and it started with Mike August finding out that there was the Baldin roast and then sort of prodding me call Baldwin. Tell them you want to in and I was Lima Lima Lawn even here for me like why no one wants to be on their stupid. Ross you know and he went did send a note. Don't tell me you want to be part of it so I went okay and I did and then Baldwin fired back okay you're in you know and then than I did it and then you know sitting next Caitlyn Jenner I was talking to Caitlyn. Jenner called me like Monday and we're just talking about life and porsches. Che's I just sent her sent. Her attacks talking about the poor shelves driving whatever talking cars and then somebody else said to me Larry. David came up talk to you. Why don't you reach out the Larry. David Tell everyday big fan and I kinda want my normal. I don't want to bother demand but I was sort of this mode of like. Oh yeah you do reach out. Make them happy to just sent a note to Baldwin Baldwin. Just sent a note back like hey man. You hit out of the ballpark. Whatever Sarah's going hey bobby. Deniro as man's got knows limitation. Homa point is this. I want goodwill with these people. I want to be part of the next roast. I want to have Caitlyn Jenner on the show. I want and Larry David on the show. I'd like to be on Larry David. Show I don't know but when he thinks of me I would like them to think happy thoughts ought and it will be helpful for me in my endeavors possibly not not a guarantee but then I started sort of thinking about like a recently a was you guys all know this these people they don't really know how to get what they want from you because because they're sort of asking you for things while insulting you or while not keeping up their end of the bargain or whatever it is doing it right famously the my dad so what reminded me is you know years and years ago. I used to lease my data luxury car every year every three years and he would show up now we got to the end of his lease and we'd actually had gone past the end of his lease and I was just paying for it on a monthly basis because I'm friends with Galvin Alpin Ford and they were like just keep it till you want to trade it in and he was way under the mileage because he's an old man doesn't drive anywhere and it's like minimum ten thousand miles in three years thirty thousand miles or whatever and he was lobbying for a new luxury car but I noticed he was driving to my house house at least that day his wife's Honda Cr v. not the Jack and I said you know dad your car's way under mileage and they don't give you money back you just turn it in ten thousand you paid for those miles and it's woven into the lease and you got a luxury automobile that I'm buying you and you ain't driving. You're driving this old. CRV and he said yeah well you know so at the end of the driveway and my car was blocked in or whatever whatever he sad and I said okay but it's factoring during in and your cars under mileage and you should driving the Jagai Lee Shia while we're working out your next Jag or whatever it is and then like two weeks later he showed up again in the CRV just pulled right on in in the and I said Hey dad what what part about driving the car at least you while you're coming over here to lobby for a new lease. Don't don't you understand and he he now. Here's another part to that. I always love. Ah I love when people are proud when that nothing to be proud about like you're paying me to lease your car. Obviously don't have a lot to be proud about but okay and he's like oh it's contingent on the mile and I'm just saying yeah and each one around and eventually I just want. Hey No car for you and it was like okay now. He wanted a free car but he couldn't figure out how to get it and we have to do is drive a slightly lately miffed and insulted when I told him he needed start driving and put mileage on a car. That's an example and by the way if you take a look at his life. It's just a whole bunch of that like like the no. There is no success because he's never been able to extract. I don't mean get people to give you money. I mean like have a relationship with people all sense of decorum. I was talking to someone recently and they were making this pitch like I want to get so and so on your on your podcast and it's not really somebody you've heard of or care about or and there were it. It'd be a favor and then the person I know very well and they kept stopping and going. I've never heard the pockets. I don't even know where it is. I don't know what goes on on. I'm not a fan. I don't know but we get this person on and they kept peppering in but I don't listen listen. Listen and I'm like okay okay. I don't know why your work we in and then later on five minutes over like talking about. La Traffic and the person goes. I don't mind so much now that I got my podcast. I listen to podcasts okay second ago. You're explaining to the person been doing one for day. I've no idea I heard it. I don't I know what this I don't know what the format is. I don't know how it works but he got one and I just thought you're not helping your what your hawes but then I thought why are there so many people that are wired this way. Why is there so what is the dynamic AMAC. What is going on want something? Why and I'm not quizzing you on my podcast there there you could have driven your Jag to my house but you didn't right and you parked right out front and I bet you in the driveway. Why what is going on the people who go people are out of it but that's at that it's not that what is up and it's not a fear of success why are so many people so hell bent on doing this and being and being this way. I think they're locked in their pod. Everybody has a little Opa there and and and that's it just a little pod and they don't understand that there's an actual interaction happening. They're I'm just asking for what they want to talk to. These people L. They're always be a little like if you're talking to him about Thanksgiving thanksgiving. They'll go like oh great. Great meets a little dry but it was great. It was great like they're constantly kind of audio. Jab In you know why why are you doing. Why are you agitating the person you're trying to get things from why why set always part of the scheme and then like with my very passive with my dad. I was it's like hey. I don't really want to see a car if you're not gonNA drive like Oh. I didn't know it was based on how many miles I drove. It's like okay now now. You're out now. You're now. You're way gone reminds. Let me about this if you want. I understand how that would feel that makes sense. Drive it next time. Now you're back in but you just knocked me out of the yeah. It's a sumo sumo's circle. I was sort of teetering around the outside of the sack of rice or whatever they put around there and I just found it a stance yeah with that one. Yes remember that gets them onto pal show when keeping it real goes wrong the people that just can't help themselves. You know what I mean like. They could leave well enough alone. This interaction go very smoothly and variously or you. Just get yeah that one little bit out or get the you know what I mean. Take your pound of flesh or whatever it is and Senate sideways at the same thing but reminds me of that you gotta get yours and and it just GonNa send the whole thing sideways..

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"mouth college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"mouth college" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"In the communities no longer have those communities around them anymore. That's right. That's true. People commuting from the suburbs that to come into the city to go to their church or or there's gentrification that is occurred around tergence. I definition of the black community is changing because the demographics are now on commend is changing. You know, what what what what what we used to say of out found family community? You know, we we have to reassess how how we look out sales. And that also interferes in our connector when you don't live next to each other. We don't know the name your next door. Neighbor me nice to you know, when people used to couldn't even wooden a lot outdoor now. Everybody says locking themselves up locking up in a home prison, but they're scared of the neighbor. So I think that we have to censor community. Kevin is right. And I'm gonna take this Coleman since a little calming. God bless your over their mouths college. And then the French we all about ABC news in our community. We have to reconnect, and I think. That solution is mountains say is not in the kernel of every problem is solution. We are on solution to all of the problems that we say, but we have to have more unity and activating more together. And that's why I say prayer we have their own this Palm Sunday, we need to be playing need to be people. Again, you know, not a feel for people we need to be a resilient people resilient DNA tap into think. You're absolutely right. I mean, what do I know Reverend.

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"mouth college" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"mouth college" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"In the communities, no longer have those communities around them anymore. That's people commuting from the suburbs. That to come into the city to go to church or or there's gentrification that occurred around her. Definition of the black community is changing the demographic uncommitted changing, you know, what what what what we used to say of out family community. You know, we have to reassess how how we look out sales. And and that also interferes connective when you don't live next to each other. We don't know the name your next door. Neighbor who nice when people used to cooking wouldn't have to lot outdoors. Now. Everybody says. Good luck. But this the navy. So I think that we have to a community. Kevin is right. And I'm gonna take coal move since a little calmer. God bless your mouth college. France, we all about HEC community we have to reconnect. And I think that solution is say is in the kernel of every problem is it solution. We own solution to all the problems that we say, but we have to have more unit or not gonna more togetherness playoff. Yeah. We got their own this, Tom, son. We need to be playing need to be a poi- empty again. You know, not feel people we need to be resilient people. Resents DNA happens. I think you're absolutely right. I mean. Bentayga.

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"mouth college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"mouth college" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Needlessly. How about a sheriff's deputy in Washington state, brutally murdered ambushed by evidently, an illegal tackle that in just a moment. Also, of course, the president off tomorrow Lago today talking about the radical radicalization of Democrats talking about, you know, the Mahler report apparently again as he has said over and over and over again, no collusion. It is a little bit insane to see the way the left is responding right now, I've I've said over and over the attitude the atmosphere the mood that I sense is is one of fear of being frantic of being desperate. Mark your first up on the Mike Gallagher show. Hey, mark. Welcome aboard. Hi, how you doing? How you say? I'm good. Thanks. I think the problem is is they're blind hate for Trump is leading them off in directions that they really don't care, and they forgotten that they work for the people and they're just not doing their jobs anymore. All they can think about is going after Trump. That's I mean, and it's a rage. That's irrational. You know, I never really here like civil policy disagreements, you know, if you noticed that it's never well, you know, should we support Israel or let's have a instead of saying, let's have a productive conversation about the border. It's he's a monster. He's a monster. He's a he's a he's addicted. He's a dictator all this crazy. He's he's mentally ill. And yet all these. I mean, Mark it's not even it's it's hard to describe isn't it. I live in a liberal state. I live in Connecticut and. You mentioned the word Trump because they the person that comes out of their mouth. Yeah. Just the other day was the guy saying, he's a vile human being wouldn't be done. I don't get it. They're unfounded. Look at look at what's happening look at what's happening even to law enforcement. Now, we had a as you've heard Mark we had a law enforcement officer who was brutally killed in Washington state, and we have men and women who are border patrol agents, we have ice immigration customs enforcement. These are these are brave people these are noble people. And of course, not every cop not every law enforcement. Officer is noble. I get all of that. But at the end of the day, these are the good guys, wait until you hear and see the way to border patrol agents were treated on the campus of the university of Arizona this week by some a couple of snot nosed loud mouth college kids who think they have all the answers to everything as they all as they often do screech shrieking at these two border patrol agents who were invited by the school to speak about what they do as as border patrol agents. These these students were screaming, your KKK, your murderers, they Kirsch them, and they basically chased these two guys then you see them in their uniforms. They get their backpacks on their back. They're just young guys are border patrol agents being called murderers and Ku Klux klansman for for being border patrol agents and being invited by the university to speak. I mean, it is so reprehensible to see how and it is beyond. Doney does she how radicalized today's progressives. Are we've got the audio and the video of you wanna watch it on the stream it Mike online dot com as well. As listen to it on the radio here on your favorite radio station. You're going to hear a shocking exchange and more on the the.

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"mouth college" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

09:40 min | 3 years ago

"mouth college" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"If you want us, just ask your smart speaker for us. Alexa, play five fifty KFYI on iheartradio. Sounds like a pretty good choice to me. Thanks for being here. We're here until ten AM. Talking about local issues, and I think the local issues are more important to me many times. And you know, they don't get the the sexy response the as the national elections do. But I love this red. Fred story, I've loved it from the very beginning. And what I love about it is the debate. And it's how the debate is framed. And how the debate is casted, and you know, there are people involved, and I'm if you listen to the show for any length of time rarely am I disrespect for I even do people. I disagree with I'm fairly respectful of people the red Fred leadership, especially Joe Thomas and all of this. I have sought out Mr Thomas on a number of occasions to engage with him and talk about these issues. I had no personal ill will towards Joe Thomas whatsoever. I still don't neither do I toward Jay Barbuda who I have no idea who he is other than seeing a picture of him on Twitter. You know, any of their leadership Noah Carvalhas has been on this show. These are leaders in the red Fred movement. What they've done is. They've gone underground. And it is an important topic to everyone and what we're talking about that. What we're talking about is they have gone underground. They have claimed to be something they're not. And at the very beginning of this movement before Joe Thomas took it over. I wonder if there's a starting point with this that you have to keep in mind at the very beginning of red. Fred Joe Thomas got up at a podium as the head of the ANC AU, which are the two pseudo union teacher organizations in Arizona. Joe Thomas got up and endorsed David Garcia for governor. Now, you may be asking yourself who's David Garcia. Exactly. And so he he endorsed him for governor and red Fred kept saying, this, isn't political this isn't political. And so you Doris David Garcia and Joe Thomas is. No, no, no. I'm not read Fred. I may I may you were the unions. We we we endorsed David Garcia. I'm not read Fred the Halley wasn't. The crossover is was was undeniable say were lying. So then Joe Thomas took over the movement. I know that for a fact. And so does everybody involved in red, Fred? They had a guy named Derek Harris who was kind of the henchman Derrick Harris was this foul mouth schoolteacher dropping f bombs on Twitter. Now, this guy supposed to be a schoolteacher and his Twitter page looked like a foul mouth college student dropping f bombs he would he would drop f bombs at people within red Fred that didn't like him or didn't like some of the things that are happening or dared. Ask questions Derrick Harris came to town. I believe I don't have proof of this. But I believe for the purpose of red, Fred he failed miserably he's gone in incomes a guy named Jay bar Budo. I don't know Mr. Barbour. We invited him on the show many times. He's not accepted. I've heard that Mr. bar Buddha wanted to talk with me, maybe not on the air but wanted to talk. Joe Thomas told him, no. Red. Fred has gone underground. If this is a group of teachers that are just in this for just the children if this is about proper funding for the classroom. If this is about the very honorable things that red Fred said, they're standing for why have they closed their face group down Facebook group down to only members that they have fully vetted. Why is it a closed group? Why have they told their members on the Facebook page? We will no longer answer any of your questions publicly. If you ask us a question on the Facebook page, even though it's a closed group. We're going to delete your question. And we're going to answer you in a private message. And I'm retailing this story for the red. Fred people the supporters of red for the red. Fred members that are listening. Why would Joe Thomas want you to hide if you're proud of the work you're doing and many of you are why aren't you publicly talking about it? Why is it only after you organize behind the scenes like you're doing for the spring break thing down at the capitol when you just show up down there. Why is it the public doesn't know more about you? And it's because Joe Thomas knows you can't. When you demanded and justifiably so you wanted someone to pay attention to the fact that teachers are not getting the money they need in the classroom, including paychecks do their jobs. The governor whether you're Republican or democrat, the governor and the legislature responded affirmatively and gave you a twenty percent raise over three years. Now, here's the caveat to how this works all the money's been allocated to the districts the districts cannot deny that. But there are also is no guarantee at the district level that every penny of those that raise money will go to the teachers they can put that money in administrative costs. They can put that money in maintenance costs. They can do what they want with that money. The money. Is there Redford's not going to say that the teachers have gotten the raises? And they're going to get the next raise that was promised in them next year. So what are they planning? They are planning their spring events. They have got spring break coming up. There's gonna be spring break down at the capital. There's going to be you probably at least fifteen twenty people in red shirts down there at the capitol. And they're gonna make demands and they're going to try to have their voices heard. This has been and always will be about a tax increase and a democratic takeover of the state legislature. For a movement that said, it wasn't political. They ran fifteen eighteen whatever it was. They ran a bunch of teachers on the democrat side of the aisle to trade tighter. Trae take over house and Senate seats in the legislature. They have every right to be political. They have every right to fight for everything they want, but why are you hiding and if you're in red Fred answer that question to yourself? Why is your organization why are they so afraid you if you want to say, it's because we twist their words, I'm inviting you on to tell us in your own words. If Joe Thomas is proud of what he's doing. If Joe Thomas knows he's on the side of angels. Why wouldn't he come and tell me where I'm wrong? If Joe Thomas and the leadership at red Fred were not down at the capital last year or the year before when this past last year if they weren't down there trying to kill the budget in the wee hours of the morning. Why wouldn't they call me a liar publicly? Why wouldn't they? I mean, they could you could get rid of every bit of credibility. I have on the red. Fred issue. Prove I'm a liar. I ruined your credibility. Because Mr Thomas went behind the scenes at the legislature and tried to kill the budget that would give the race to the teachers because he wanted a tax increase and that was the mechanism. And when he couldn't kill the budget. He ran out to the teachers that were the ca a capital steps and congratulated the teachers forgetting the budget passed that he had just spent the night trying to kill. If I'm lying about that. Mr Thomas, please. Call me a liar publicly. I'm not lying because that's what they did. They said they weren't political. They are political. They say, they're not socialists, except they are Noah, Corvallis rights for Marxist, magazines, and Marxist websites and has been for years, not just when he started with red, Fred he's in red Fred because he is a Marxist. He's not a Marxist because he's infrared Fred. He has written many times about how capitalism is killed public education. He's a champion of socialism. He's entitled to that. There are many proud socialist out there, a Cossio Cortez made it sexy and popular why hide from it. Why run from it? It's way too important. This is about children that we are trying to educate. We're doing a better job in funding. We're doing a better job of getting kids to read a grade level. The really good teachers that deserved a raise or getting some of the resources they need to do a better job. Arizona's moving in the right direction. In in the end, we should all be concerned about this. Because when we want children educated, we all want the pool of resources for children to be educated to do a job or to go to college or whatever's next in their life. We all want that not just read Fred. The red. Fred movement is about money and power. And they're furious that they don't have either. They are furious that they don't have either. And they're doing everything they can to try to get it. I'm not I'm not leaving the issue. And I'm going to remind them every day of every week. I'm on the air. We're waiting J bar Budo said have Broomhead reach out to me if he wants to talk. I heard that he wants to talk his boss Joe Thomas won't let him.

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