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"mr. randy" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:55 min | Last week

"mr. randy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"On John Phillip Show Talk Radio 7 90 K A B C A U K of A couple started a great big fire over the weekend at their gender reveal party when they shot ofsome fireworks toe. Reveal the gender of their little bundle of joy. What punishment should they receive for starting that fire so recklessly at 800 to 2 to k A B C 1 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to But first we have a gender reveal update For Mr Randy weighing the woman who invented the idea of a gender reveal party blogger Jenna Carven itis who started this trend back in 2008 has public publicly come out and said It's enough already. She posted online quote. Stop having these stupid parties for the love of God. Stop burning things down to tell everyone about your kid's Penis. Nobody cares, But you Finally some common sense the person had started. It says We're done enough. What should their punishment be? 800 to 22 k A. B C 1 802 2252 to 2. Your call is coming up right here on talk radio 7 90 K. ABC. Hey, it's Lawrence of on here with my friend Tim McFarland. Tim. The media industry has been hit so hard. Some people I know are out of work for the very first time. Debt is actually crushing them because they've never been in this situation before. But we all know everything. Has changed and making all those going nowhere Minimum payments are taking money away from their household budgets. So what could people D'oh? Well, I'm glad you asked Lauren because right now we can file a bankruptcy for you. For zero down. There's never been a better time to file bankruptcy because once again, zero down, no out of pocket money upfront, and we'll fix your credit. So if you're newly unemployed, suffocating with mortgage, credit card or other.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:07 min | Last month

"mr. randy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It's 2 51 on John Phillip. Show, Tom. Pretty of 7 90 ABC 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to is the telephone number 1 800 to 2 to ABC. Here with news from my neighborhood, Mr Randy Way, you know, it seems like local elected officials almost now have a muscle memory that every couple of weeks they gotta tighten the leash further and further and further all their forget how to do it. We already have so many restrictions that restaurants that can be open. You can on ly operate outdoors. Well, now in Palm Springs, that wasn't good enough. Starting Friday. The city of Palm Springs, according to the city's director of emergency services, says any restaurant that is open must close. Even on a week day, even a week night by 11 p.m. Or they face fines will be shut down or will lose their license. Because if you show up at a restaurant and eat food after 11 o'clock you're going get the Rhona. Well, as you know, Randy, the Rhona never sleeps. It's kind of like Courtney Love. In that way, they're actually taking rules from how to not create a gremlin for the Corona virus now. Here's my question. Who's open past 11 o'clock at night, when the bar's air closed and indoor restaurants are closed. You can eat on patios, but that's it. I can't think of a restaurant that would be opened at one or two o'clock in the morning. You know what I'm having a hankering for some egg rolls in 110 degree heat at one o'clock in the morning and have some egg rolls. That sounds like a great idea. Maybe this is one of those orders then that makes them feel like they have authority, even though they're not really doing anything. They're very good at that. It's 2 53 This is the John Phillip Show on Talk radio. 7 90 babies Too much Just way too much jewelry was left at the end of things. Jewelers going out of business Sale inside dollars Town Centre before remaining inventory is.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:52 min | 2 months ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Mr Randy Wang's at the Sports desk in Culver City Boy the juiciest story we've seen in a long time, and it breaks three seconds before the show starts. Okay, So here's what happened. I'm sitting in front of my laptop. I finished my column a day early. There is an amazing column on the doctor. Our that just posted in the Daily News, Richard Wagner wrote it. And I'm going to tweet it out the minute I have a chance because it's It's really a wonderful piece talking about how the doctor our came to be. Dr Kelly victory gives you some background on her. And I'm walking over to my couch getting ready to sign on there. I have this whole monologue that's planned about Ella USD, shutting down I've been working on that this morning. And then I check in with Randy and Randy is hair on fire. Alarmist about a breaking news story. I said, What is it, Granny? Where are we? At war with North Korea? What happened? They bomb Ana Lulu. He said no, no, no. There is a sex scandal involving the mayor's office in the LAPD T, the same LAPD that he wants to defund. That just broke. It was Bill Malu Shin of Fox. 11. Yeah, the Tweet reads, and this is an 11 57. So 10 minutes ago, an LAPD officer who worked in Mayor Garcetti's protection detail is suing the city after he says one of Garcetti's advisers repeatedly sexually harassed him over the years while in presence of the mayor. Who he says did nothing to stop it. And what do you know? We have screenshots of this wood lawsuit, and it is juicy hands off the nightstick pal and the handcuffs, too. And this is a male police officer who is alleging he was repeatedly sexually harassed by Garcetti's longtime political advisor, Rick Jacobs, who is openly gay. And who was the guy that was gonna help Eric Garcetti run for press. Indent. Well, The pages of the lawsuit are too small for me to read on my phone. But Randy, you've been able to print them out and you've been able to get the juiciest details. That were posted on Twitter by Fox 11 to Bilma Illusion, but before you get into that Because typically, when we talk about municipal issues in Los Angeles, it could make your eyes glaze over because it's usually about bonds or regulations. That sort of thing. How they're ruining your life. This time. It's a little bit difference, and we're going to have to set the mood. So we give this story the respect that it deserves, and we give everyone in L. A city hall. The respect that they deserve to, By the way, they're shutting down the city again, So we're going to be extra careful to make sure that we treat them with the dignity. That you would expect the audience..

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"mr. randy" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:08 min | 2 months ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"It's 2 48 on John Phillips Show. Talk Radio 7 90 k A. B. C. Mr Randy Weighing has a city hall update for US press conference straight at a Mike Bonbons office. Mike Bond and Marqise Harris Dawson, Curren Price and Herb Wesson are now proposing removing the LAPD from enforcing traffic laws and moving violation. They argue that you shouldn't have an armed police officer pulling people over because a disproportionately affects black and Latino drivers. Mike Baden says driving while black shouldn't be a crime and black and Latino Motorists should not have to deal with the cops. So I don't know if this means that the cops are only gonna pull over white people now or they're going to have none. Armed Department of transportation officials enforcing parking and traffic laws so they can get their money. Now how often and if you're a police officer, I'd love to hear from you in 800 to 2 to K A B. C. Do you pull someone over Because they have a broken tail light or they're speeding or they ran a red lied or they're swerving all over the road. And you find some other problem. You find out that they've got a warrant out for their arrest or you find out that they're driving drunk or they're driving while their high or there's some other problem. They've got a gun that's in the car. If you're not armed and you pull them over and they have a gun in the car, or they have a warrant out for their arrest, and you don't have a way to subdue them. If it gets ugly, you're in big trouble. Well, you could just do what wack a doo doo chaser. Bodine is doing up in San Francisco and make it so that if a cop pulls you over there legally not allowed to ask about the gun in your car, even if you're holding it at them. And if you happen to arrest someone for contraband or weapons in their car, but the reason you pulled them over was they were speeding. They're going to throw that case out. So what are you supposed to say? If you see a loaded gun sitting on the driver's seat? Oh, that's a lovely paperweight. You have there, sir. So no longer will we have armed police enforcing the city's own traffic laws. Which means I guess you could drive as fast as you want, because honestly, you get pulled over. Are you going to stop for a Department of transportation official? They have no authority. Here's where what they're doing, makes no sense. They want every nanny state law known to man on the books in Los Angeles. But when you pass all of these nanny state law is one of the things you have to do is enforce it. And if you have a group of incompetent boobs, I social workers as being the ones who were supposed to be in charge of enforcing it. It's not going to be enforced, and people were going to do whatever the hell they want. I'm going to go 65 on Balboa Boulevard. And if I hear a siren, I'm getting ignored like I'm Gavin Newsom in a press conference. Oh, yeah. What's a social worker chasing you going to do about it? I'm going to talk me down. They're going to ask me nicely. A slowdown can't do the Pittman over. That's violent. They're going to just follow you to your office and then make you look at ink blots and tell him what you think. It looks like it started with. Okay. We don't want the cops in mental situations. We don't let them dealing with the home was went out that when dealing with addiction now we don't want them enforcing traffic laws. What do we want The cops doing? Who's a charge of dealing with the mental health situations at City Hall. Well, right there. The inmates are running the asylum. Now if they don't want our people to pull you over for traffic infractions, who is supposed to be the ones that arrest members of the City Council in their staff members after an FBI sting I have long argued that people that are under criminal investigation shouldn't be legislating anything about criminal justice reform. How many members of the City Council that you can think of I have done some time. Well, we're about to have our second in just the last year and just you wait till we czar opens his mouth because you know there is dirt on half of that City council, including the former president of City Council, who happens to be the mayor. That's right, So we got to ease our who's definitely going down. We have Englander, who's already cutting a deal with the feds. I can think of Richard Allah Tory, who had some Oh Allah cocaine problems. Alarcon did some time. Yeah, he got in trouble because he didn't want to actually live in the district he wanted to represent, because who wants to live in Van Nuys? Yeah, well, that's what they blew The whistle on. There's been a bunch of others that flu really close to the sun, too. Well, now that you have actual eyes being paying attention of these crooked developer deals in Los Angeles, you going to see a lot of heads rolling Got no kidding. It's 2 53 on the John Phillip Show. Talk ready of 7 90 k A. B. C. Mobile.

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Why we need a Congressionally Created National Health Care Reform Commission

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

05:10 min | 3 months ago

Why we need a Congressionally Created National Health Care Reform Commission

"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David Intra Cosso. During. This podcast saw discussed with Mr. Randy ostrow, president and CEO Pro-meta and Ohio based nonprofit healthcare system. Efforts to create a congressionally mandated National Health Care Reform Commission. Miss Joe Stra. Welcome to the program. Missed oestrus bio is of course posted on the podcast website. On background. The current public health emergency brings into stark relief, US healthcare's ineffectiveness. I've noted previously with four point, two five percent of the world's population us currently accounts for twenty six percent of worldwide Kobe, nineteen infections and deaths. Black American Cova deaths and hospitalizations are respectively two point five and four times greater than American whites. Concerning our response to date harbor widely cited global health professor. A she's jaw was quoted yesterday stating we may end up being the worst of any country in the world in terms of our response. Despite outspending all other always OECD countries to to one currently at four trillion annually, the effects of the pandemic is having should not altogether unexpected. In, the first major attempt to rank performance in two thousand, the World Health, organization listed US healthcare thirty seven, the world immediately after the Czech Republic and Jamaica. More recently twenty seventeen Commonwealth Fund ranked US healthcare's performance last among eleven, comparatively wealthy countries. With a current projected toll over two hundred thousand by October one. The question begged is what will federal policymakers learn from this experience more specifically. What will they do to reform? How healthcare is defined delivered and financed. With me again to discuss efforts to create a congressionally mandated national health care reform. Commission is chromatic. CEO Randy Oestra. For purposes of full disclosure I've been working with Primerica in advocating before the Congress on this issue. So to begin Randall, let me ask you if you could provide a brief overview of pro-meta. Sure. Was a traditional integrated delivery system regional and an integrated system. We had hospitals. and. Doctors had an insurance company and then so we were several billion dollars in revenue primarily. Ohio sawfish Michigan and then about ten years ago. through. A variety of of interactions became very focused on of the hunger in the health issues, good as security that really less in spending a decade Fox's on the social determinants of health and a lot of experience. A lot of stories could tell as we talked to organizations around the country that have that were forever covering. We were probably the first houses than they ever talk to them. They said you know. What are you doing here? And then the next special as we're in the of bed and really it's been quite a journey of. Over two years ago while we purchase largest for profit, senior companies in the United States cold hr matter. And so today we would call ourselves the health and wellbeing company We're around. You know just in broad terms of seven billion dollars innovation we, we work in twenty eight states, and really the whole idea is about that. How do you integrate? Things, we do clinically with the things that immediately drafts from a social economic standpoint. You ready records some of that code, and then hot that translate into healthy aging, and all the things that go with it, some of the inequities in healthcare from the inequities treatments, and so we set back from an looking for model in healthcare in realize that we're ought to relieve wrong, pat. We Really Kinda Organization. Try to embark. Do APP, and that's his house voting folks. Okay thank you. Let's go specific to of a national commission, so let me begin with the substantive question, and that is in your experience. What would you say are the three or so overriding structural problems or challenges? Confronting Health Care Delivery and financing today. Yeah I think it's actually a a US question while. You know the American healthcare mile was a mess. I. Think you know that's real clear and I think when you look at the statistics have to go too far whether it's you know the back that we're headed toward ninety percent of the gross domestic. Product by twenty twenty five the statistic. Thank you get already cited from the OECD. Ranked in the world

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"mr. randy" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

08:26 min | 3 months ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Up the state of California for business. Mr Randy Wang has the week off of the Sports desk. 800 to 2 to K. A. B. C is the phone number 1 802 225222 So if you are a cruise ship aficionado and you like to travel on celebrity or Royal Caribbean today is known as Black Tuesday. Because a number of Royal Caribbean and celebrity cruises were canceled cruises going taking off from now through September 15th. Are a no go and if you're going to Bermuda, though, Zehra know go through October, the first So I got a call this morning from a friend who I typically crews with every year. Complaining about these cancellations. Why can't we just get on the ship? If you're willing to roll the dice and you want to go and you want to risk it. Why should the government Why should the CDC? Why should some third party step in and say No, You're not going to go. And I said You're preaching to the choir, pal. I believe that to be true as well. And then we started talking about the state of America. Because America is still shut down in many cities in many states with no end in sight. Here. Dr Fowler. Chee talk about the new normal things aren't going to go back to the way they were. The world has changed. Fundamentally, maybe we'll have social distancing forever. Maybe we'll wear masks in public forever. Maybe there won't be an NFL season or an MBA season or an MLB season this year, or if they do, they'll have to play in a bubble. Whatever the hell that means. And I was thinking the world is going to change. It's going to change dramatically. When people start going back to their offices and businesses start reopening fully. I hate this business were reopened were reopened, but we're at 50% capacity and we're only open for a couple out. Well, that's not open. That's something adjacent to open, but it's not open. And I was thinking that the world is going to be very, very, very difficult place when things do reopen for a whole bunch of people. And it probably won't be a very difficult place for you. And it probably won't be a very difficult place for me. But it's going to be very hard for many. And I'll tell you why. We now live in a world where there are no consequences for our actions. There just aren't And we're taught this from the time we're 80 Biddy. From the time that Weaken. Leutar first. Fisher Price Police station. We're taught that we can pretty much do whatever we want and get away with it. If you're in a public school in l, a unified school district, and you tell a teacher to F off, they used to be able to suspend you or send you out of the class with a referral. Well now things have changed, and that's called willful defiance. And they say that you can't suspend a child for big, willfully defiant. I guess the teacher just has to put up with it. So the kids know that they could do or say whatever it is that they want and they can get away with it. There's nothing the school can do, which emboldens bad behavior and schools become ungovernable. Which is why a lot of people are putting their kids and charter schools or schooling them at home or putting them in private parochial schools. Kids are taught when they play T ball, even if they're horrific, And when I say horrific, I mean, there are some kids that are just truly horrific out there. Horrific enough to where they could have probably played for the Angels in the eighties certain years. That bad. And I say that with with deep love and admiration for the angels, But let's just face it. There were a few years where they were bad. They still get a trophy. Radio. And then if they flunk They're given what's called social promotion. School doesn't want them to feel bad about themselves, even if they didn't pick up the math and language arts in the history and science skills that they need. To fully function at the next grade level. They're just pushed right along. And granted space in the next year. In the next grade level. That's outworks. Then we become adults. And let's say we break the law. We take willful defiance, and we put it on a different level. As someone who is 18 years of age or older. And we get tried and we get convicted and we get sentenced. Well, now we have prop. 47. Prop. 57 maybe 109 We don't want anyone in prison. That's the prison industrial complex, so everyone gets out so you don't have to serve your prison sentence. Let's say you don't work. You have a bunch of kids. For whatever reason, you like to sleep in until noon. An alarm clock just isn't your thing. Well, the state will come in and take care of your kids. They'll get the breakfast. They'll get some lunch. They'll send you food stamps. They'll send you money, too, used to pay for their rent and And their health care and everything else. So you dodged that bullet, too. And even On a macro level. We do the same thing. Corporations that run themselves in wildly reckless ways. Still get bailed out by the government. It happened to the banks. It happened to the big financial institutions. It happened to the car companies. In 2008 when all of these companies ran into trouble. What happened? The American taxpayer was there to save them from going into bankruptcy. So their bad behavior was rewarded. So whether you're talking about Children, adult or corporations, we have training wheels on all the bikes that prevents them from failing. But with the virus Things are going to change. Because the virus is a part of nature. Or maybe a lab in Wuhan. We don't know yet. But it's something we don't have a lot of control over. And the virus is going to do with the virus is going to dio. And the consequences that will come from some aspect of our response to the virus are permanent. We have lost the ability to prevent people from failing. And people are going to fail right and left. And it's not just going to be individuals and it's not just gonna be corporations. It's going to be governments, too. Take the city of Minneapolis. They've decided that police officers are passe. They don't want a police department anymore. Okay? They have 2/3 plus. In fact, it was a unanimous vote on the City Council to dump the police department. Well, when there's no police department, you lose control over what happens of your city. Which means criminals are emboldened and people are going to die and humans are going to suffer, and that's just the way it's gonna work. We saw a record over the weekend in the city of Chicago of deaths in that city, New York is seeing a spike. Spike's in cities that have gone after their police departments are happening all over the country. And when someone gets shot and someone gets killed Because the cops were told to stand down. That result is.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:27 min | 6 months ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Every Saturday and Sunday morning you're on board with Texas Christian tells us it is time for Mr Randy Ruth to join us for any project you begin with us tell us about lake Whitney and I know how I think I know where you're going with part of this because I've been watching the flow yeah we're we're I don't know we're probably four foot three four foot high this morning like I just got three kitchen by I went around looking at both grants the day I use I don't know if they're gonna open it up at the dam is barricaded a man I just talked to the gentleman that the stories and as of Monday all the parks it would be going to be closed really not due to flooding I think it's due to the crown of ours right I've had people get a hold to be answered there get a response for you know certain certain dates for camping and everything and so looks like they're going to ship ship like down with their ship the parts down there's still a few programs to be able to use if it doesn't come up too much right and we don't know the thing yeah we don't know what's going to happen there necessarily right right now they've been really soon but they haven't been releasing as much as we've been receiving is the problem what is it done to your fish that decision to write good brand of massacre each other off the point system for that when the twenty foot four foot of water library and the news and the day's threadbare different plans and I've been a number of now when we see this come in a lot of times we talk about it before it'll draw that mud all the way down into the main lake or we are we still pretty clear on the main part of the lake nine part of our part of the lake looks good you know some decrease coming out they've loaded up a little bit get out of my mind later in the mouth of the creek you can find good water and get on the phone from that point and like I say in about twenty twenty for food and water and if your marriage that mud Linus is to win a million yeah obviously official you said is covered right an ambush point yeah and the bite as well how do I how do I reach you if I want to come out and do a little fishing on Whitney obviously as you said lakes not closed yet how do we reach you ready right and that the brand hit me on my cell phone at.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:58 min | 7 months ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Eight hundred two two two five two two two is a telephone number here with an update on operation varsity blues Mr Randy **** well we have the latest sentencing for a cricket college admissions scandal parent and this time it's the air the heiress to the hot pockets fortune Michelle young mess was just sentenced to five months in prison for paying a five hundred thousand dollars to Rick singer to help her two daughters cheat on college exams and then paid another two hundred thousand dollars for one of her daughters to be set up like she was a beach volleyball recruit to get admitted to USC hello hello gens that's very sad familiar to you at all she's getting five months which is much lower than the recommended twenty one months because she took her a little while the cop to this and to plead guilty she obviously did take the deal at the end of the day I feel like she should get more time just because she's come some hot pockets money and I burn my mouth way too many times because I thought it was frozen and it was boiling lava on the subject of hot pockets you won't find a bigger fan a hot pockets than yours truly that being said that I've had to take a break from my enjoyment of hot pockets because if you've ever traveled internationally to Asia in for all you business travelers out there are people who like Asia you can back me up on this one of the things that the Asian airlines do for long haul flights is they give you as a snack a hot pocket with the most disgusting contents in the side of it what is in the H. in flight hot pocket some kind of fish that didn't have a speaking role in Dora the explorer not Dora dory and Nemo and the show is weird fish with weird ingredients it's like tuna and carrots in some kind of cheese that shouldn't be anywhere near that microwave yeah sometimes it's Sam and like a salmon mousse your salmon puree it's just the polls of how hard is it to do not do meatball and mozzarella yeah that's all you need inside a hot pocket they did one that was vegetarian on an American flight because some of the American carriers do it two words just cheese and like marinara sauce because they're a lot of vegetarians out there are people that don't eat pork but good god the Asian airlines get way too creative well the woman behind all of that Michelle Jahn vest going away for five months which is on the middle side some of these parents have got nine months let's see how they got fourteen days and Becky might be getting years because they still won't plead guilty yeah aunt Becky is going.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Gonna run right out now to Mr. Randy Ruth joining us from lake Whitney and Randy appreciate you being with us this morning. Let's start. At the console. What are we looking at what what type of electronics to you run on your boat? I've got. Okay. And how and why did you end up with with Laurenti was that something you're familiar with or or did it just happened to come in the boat because I know a lot of guys don't really have a preference. They don't care. They're all the stuff. That's out. Today is good. And so they're gonna take what comes in the boat. And and don't don't particularly have a preference one way or the other. Did you choose that? Or or? Knew it was. Whole with motor, basically. Right. I ordered everything for it. And I'm just always run little rant. It's what I'm used to what I'm accustomed to. Yeah. And it's been great unit. I've been thinking about. Upgrade? And LeBron that went on and putting one beside it up there. You just use it for the down sides. But like I can't keep up with them. I don't know get. Yeah. Yeah. And again, I said earlier it's kind of like your phones, you know, just if you if you think they can't do anything more just wait a bit. And they will now the thing that needs to happen next is prices need to start dropping 'cause who we they are high. Oh, no, I what by car. I wanna buy. Yeah. And you're not far off. I had I, you know, one of the big popular things. Now, you mentioned getting another one adding one one of the popular things now is to twelve inch units at the console or even ranch has a sixteen hummingbird has a fifteen and to twelve on the bow will if you do that you're looking at fifteen to twenty thousand dollars by the time, you're done. Intellectual onyx alone. Exactly. A lot of fifteen trips man that talking about you're starting to talk on a on a premium boat that starts in the high sixties to seventies. You're gonna end up over a hundred by the time, you you do all the Mods and labor and taxes. You're looking at a hundred grand easy. And that's just insane. So let's get out on the water. How is the fishing once we we get out there, and we turn our stuff on? And we see we see what? It's been. We went so far. For so long, you know, and then it's down a little bit. You start getting concerned about two thousand seventeen. Over the next ninety days. Not so bad after. But not they're out there. Backup. Each other day, no mind like point. I did hook me out to Watson one of the largest resorts last night around a campfire. There was some guests in there like hung out with talking to them. There were some. Down by the bluffs and bench. Thinking slabs stand this guy caught up. What do you want a ten fourteen blockbusters? Oh my goodness. Yeah. Yeah. You showed me a picture of owns a beautiful fish. Yes. That's about. Yeah. Right. Right. S people working in. So troubling. Umbrella are still any. Guys, come at a cost scrappers Kurt yesterday. A little article. If it's working for, you know, all right? Yeah. Don't argue with mother nature. Just go along. Now, you know, the only thing off turned about that now is being yesterday. And then the sex ratio that we've got above it wish we got crazy. So little dry creek bed around the corner from our house mile for the boat ramp. Now, it's still running water. You know, several days now, it's still it's still water. Creek bed. So inspiring all that we'll get a little bit rain up north west of. And we're gonna kick your Donald so hopefully draw on down with all the work. They're going on on on the dam and right lost the other. Again, we got seven likes been fluctuating high the level, right? So we'll get rocking and rolling. How do we reach you? Randy root for more help on lake Whitney, easy, Brian. Spilling. It's eight one seven eight two five five three nine. Look me up on the web in rhythmic dot net. Facebook page team right mic stock forget service like Whitney Texas cannot thank you enough, sir. Please give a shout next week. You as well. And that brings us to our passport to Texas. This is.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"And get that lady to get information on. That Mustang I'd love to have it nature that really. Appreciate. Mr.. Randy beautiful Thank you. Thank you Yeah folks if you're out Radin ran and, you got a date take your girlfriend over there and get you real good taco or something and something to, drink, and tell, them hey my, buddy Randy Adams. Baltimore but. Really taco Kentucky's is buying a great place great owners good. People but anyway so just like Carlson's. Talkin, about. You gotta have it together and you gotta get a, little help you're going against trained professionals and I mean you can go to YouTube and see how much training, they, get there's a hundred and, fifty YouTube training Movies own dealerships and they give them their salesmen ourselves may? Have, to take them and they. Learn how to push your button, how to sell you. Might more, money how to work you. Har- and never give up and how to get your phone number and how to, wear you out on the next purchase and guess what if you don't buy today, won't be here tomorrow well. I got? News for you if it's not. There tomorrow, live they. Make some, more I mean angle quitting Bill in. Cars now I'm not sure who's going to own the scars. With the government are manufacturers. But you know, a Austin's already putting lanes in to put it down on scarves. They know what's going on don't they Yeah they're, planning for the future and. The future is coming faster than you think.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Peru roussy pictures presents the drama was a story about hope we are you fight the violin ana yeah i play by men like you've never had before years shown with ha ha ha a story about persistent steve hannah with a stupid bad violin just a few big good firemen prove it yep oh house you might that sound come out there a story about music and growing up on a on a yamaha which is made the top ten pump records of nineday seventy nine who knew that a little girl born in a gutter during the industrial revolution could grow up to be up peng innovate above lutvo on a joke i can't stand is we cheer hearing loss because of the punk violin prompted staff and also about war one bagel why is this thin politics i decided to become but british equivalent of us xanana member of parliament what about your music career it's two thousand forty six man dog up threefold government is the new music up the an empty from the brilliant minds that brought you oatmeal the breakfast grain and the movie gums an epic tale spanning three century short optimal best costume academy award possibilities and set an england a place where american actors love to pretend to be for all from the story of a girl who rises from nothing to become everything you're the most amazing creature i've ever met i know i much reminisce the this worrying oatley in three d love who are going to be taken that one out woman newman roar get the keyboard mr randy newman you much how you doing i'm good how are you man i'm real good reasons appear in the stage own it's it's feeling like a nice one tonight manner gonna say i have been freaking out since you said you would do this can i s little overall as our of two i think this could be my big break please entirely plausible ready i wanted to i wanted to share with you a i'm in a band called punched by this really i just want you to know about us is why on i'm bringing it up right now there there is a there's a there's a quote of yours are full player did a session i think it was for forget what the movie wasn't he was one of the two cars cars malia gave wisher okay great on he played on cars during particularly boistrous seen randy wrote.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Burundi roussy pictures presents the drama liz a story of hope we are you fight the violin ana yeah i'd say by and then like you've never had before year shown whist yup i thought our award oh story about persistent dead stupid on on with his youth the bad violin just a few big violin britain victory out yeah oh house you might dessau come out there a story about music and growing up on a on a abuja's made the punt records of nineday seventy nine who knew that a little girl born in a daring the industrial revolution could grow up to be a hung in a of buffalo on a joke i can't finish which you're hearing loss because of the pump violin drummed his staff and also about war one why has this thin ice politics i decided to become but british equivalent of us xanana member of parliament what about human music career it's two thousand police dick man of dolled up threefold government is the new music i'll be an empty from the brilliant mind said brought you oatmeal the breakfast grain and the movie gums an epic tale spanning three centuries for optimal vest costume academy award possibilities and set an england a place were american anders love to pretend to be fraud the story of a girl who rises from nothing to become everything you're the most amazing creature i've ever met i know i much reminisce this spring openly in three d we're going to be talking about 1 hour german menace yes keyboard mr randy newman thank you very much how you doing i'm good how are you man i'm real good decisions appear in the stage each feeling like a nice one tonight mana gonna say i have been freaking out since you said you would do this can i little along as i of two other than i think this could be my big gray please entirely possible ready i wanted to do i wanted to share with you a still i'm in a band called punch by this really i just wanted to know about us is why on i'm bringing it up right now there there is a there's a there's a quote of yours are fiddle player did a session i think it was for flicking what the movie wasn't he was one of the cars cars mugunga gave which are okay late on he played on cars during particularly boistrous seem randy wrote.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Foa thing the planned move man had the sean so that's fifteen seconds of a song i really did right about greg maddux so we're hush hush look i wrote a song about greg maddux because he's a hero of mine and i'm talking about it because one of my biggest heroes in the whole wide world is on our show tonight mr randy newman my euros are usually people who i feel bring beauty into the world such that were able to at least temporarily focus on humanity's potential rather than its shortcomings i think about these people while i'm going about my day people like randy gillian welsh miles davis claude debussy yes greg maddux and a pingpong player named shoushan and a winemaker from northwest italy in marta rinaldi in in jeff who makes the best makki auto northwest portland oregon there are many more and tonight i thank and salute you all for the beautiful things you make in do the take our minds off of whatever happens to be troubling us you know be great right now is if i could say and that's what this week song is about but i can't because this week song as an instrumental you know what's great about instrumentals though is that they mean whatever you think they mean okay fair enough you might say why this week for an instrumental are because gentle listener i feel like it's high time the you got to decide what the song of the week he was about well that and if you think i'm going to write lyrics for a show that includes randy newman are crazy here's a song called use it relieves that are changing colors and not making me think about my own mortality the day three the thing the the either the the the new the mm ooh the mm two big the mm man.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:45 min | 2 years ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"About you year chris i don't think that's going to be at night oh man in those three how many luke twenty he the foil thing but move man that the sean so that's fifteen seconds of a song i really did write about greg maddux so we're hush hush look i wrote a song about greg maddux because he's a hero of mine and i'm talking about it because one of my biggest heroes in the whole wide world is on our show tonight mr randy newman my heroes are usually people who i feel bring beauty into the world such that we're able to at least temporarily focus on humanity's potential rather than its shortcomings i think about these people while i'm going about my day people like randy gillian welsh miles davis claude debussy yes greg maddux and a pingpong player named shoushan and a winemaker from northwest italy in marta rinaldi and and jeff who makes the best mock auto northwest portland oregon there are many more and tonight i thank and salute you all for the beautiful things you make and do the take our minds off of whatever happens to be troubling us you know be great right now is if i could say and that's what this week song is about but i can't because this week song as an instrumental you know what's great about instrumental stow is that they mean whatever you think they mean okay fair enough you might say why this week for an instrumental because gentle listener i feel like it's high time the you got to decide what the song of the week here's about well that and if you think i'm gonna write lyrics for a show that includes randy newman you're crazy here's a song called music relieves that are changing colors and not making me think about my own mortality the coup the the the the.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Vijay ever joining us america a look so we will do so so lewis welcome good iran's you show alicia how are you i'm good mr randy how're you doing today better than i deserve how can i help guide gutted as an honored to talk to you i love thing to you all the time you a quick question for you today my husband and i are finishing at baby steps queue this month and uh i finally got my husband board and we we just went crazy we if we paid off we well at the end of this month over ten thousand dollars where we go um yes so very excited we do here's our dilemma and we know the next step would then be to fully fund our emergency fund which we will actually be able to do next month my husband gets a large check the beginning of each year um but we only have thirty seven thousand dollars left on our mortgage and i feel like this momentum in our excitement and our craziness and just being so intense i just want to kind of knock it out and finish it up um i know you guys say to do that in another step on but i just wanted your input on to see if that would be an okay thing for us to do since were so excited um we make a little over this year probably be a little over one hundred thousand good for you will well this is the the excitement losers them the momentum that you've got will not really stall out you're going to knock right through this let's kinda walk through it the proper baby steps are you finish baby steps to than you put your mergency fond of three to six months of expenses in place you keep your intensity up until you do that once you hit that than that takes you to baby step four five and six which reduced simultaneously pledged at force fifteen percent of your income going into retirement five is kids college you have kids college involved we have three another night other thing i feel like when we were to do the fifteen percent and then i'll what we do have um five seven and nine all right uh we do have some saves for them but i mean not not close and we definitely want to fund that but i'm i feel like at the end of the month.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

Rob Has a Podcast

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast

"Give us the actual impair doubts mm hmm mm hmm no easy all must be all right the new these more homes a randy uh you said you give me that video with gillian larson doing the dirty stuff maybe a call me back in the meantime outdo assad for number ten but sorry sorry mr randy by all right sorry about that rob it's embarrassing we'll have up is as punishment to randy let's make our number ten and other good boehner she you could say was the queen of good bone and one time she appeared in a video game let's talk about sugar in la new are yes okay so la nawar was a big you will year was that from two thousand eleven two thousand one that i even plated that's how big of a game it was and it had one of the guys from madman right kenny cosgrove any cosgrove and this lewis like his big starring vehicles we're half of the kenny cosgrove illegal onto deal dejected mdb i did not i didn't have time this is amazing so he if you play this game rabid cosgrove is doing great though hashtag rabid cosgrove yeah so we do you play this game at all you probably got to the sugar level i think she's like a level to or something anyway so sugar lens her like is in her voice to this video game and she gets to go model we motto with kenny cosgrove himself okay here is the clip from la new war.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"What about your music career it's two thousand forty six land dog pizza governance is the new music at the end front liberal mines that brought you oatmeal the breakfast grain and the movie gums and epoch daniel spanning three century short optimal vest costume academy award possibilities and shuttling of place were american actors love to pretend should be all the story of a girl who russia's role nothing to become everything joe the most amazing creature i've ever met i know i'm at reminisce this spring only in three d several recheck a now on howard grohmann menace oh yes back at the keyboard mr randy newman earlier a much how you doing i'm good oh you man i'm real good all agrees issues appear in the stage each feeling like a nice one tonight manner gonna say i have been freaking out since you said you would do this can i s little overall observed too other than i think this could be muddied right it is highly possible ready i wanted to i wanted to share with you a they're still i'm in a band called punch brothers really i just wanted to know about us is why i'm i'm bringing it up right now there there is a there's a there's a quote of yours are fiddle player did a session i think it was for forget what the movie wasn't who's one of the cars was it was a cars malia gave richard occurred late on he played on cars during particularly boistrous seem randy wrote that score by the way have more about that albright the so gareth southgate tells the story but you conducting that session and coming to a passage with the obote was in saying oh boys take this take the such an upper knocked of this is for children the loan which has since become punch brothers lore we say that shelves all the time i was issues stood the pill that all the time even flew prayers and clerics they love them will also curious for you like as as someone who can write a movie store as score and also right assam like what were you were a little boy what did you dream of doing what was at one of the other why were originally wanted the played baseball vote i had trouble seeing and it's not a good sport for love here too and the.

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"mr. randy" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"mr. randy" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Oh no my own leave song is about global warming i let us down music let us down fall is felt english itself betrays us we need a hero we need hall of fame pitcher greg maddux up up and called at as i live and breathe it's it's hall of fame pitcher greg maddux the idol of my youth and former member of the chicago chicago cubs me their dreams of backtoback world series championships rest peace yes he is what seems to be a trouble here whoa greg i'm i'm completely unhappy with how the fall leaf is being represented musically is one of everyone's favorite things and we musicians keep equating it with loss or another one here on earth regency astros in 1995 every pitch i was fourteen i i say the box score i still watching youtube said the final three outs it was transcendent located you still worried about said leave songs leeson's now work here is done back to the gulf cortex where we wait wait now before you go i've always wanted to play you this song that my and i quite actually wrote about you chris i don't think that's going to be i did in those three twenty he the foreign thing the move men then so that's fifteen seconds of a song i really did write about greg maddux so we're hush hush look i wrote a song about greg maddux because he's a hero of mine and i'm talking about it because one of my biggest heroes in the whole wide world is on our show tonight mr randy newman.

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