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"ole kate" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

11:33 min | 1 year ago

"ole kate" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"How you doing I've been out you you dealt with in addition well that's a pretty good up up the road there as far as the getting is saying control have you ever heard of CRISPR no yeah if they didn't take saying that they you can use to rearrange they get added dean of a I don't know what to do another Las Vegas ended the day or whatever and it could change it now if I remember adding heard about read their student that made you go at would you like me they could do anything they will do with the organism and it's a it's a genetic type of operation which may change they added to the game and make it you know whatever they wanted to the double maybe you can get in touch with the CD three or maybe the NA NA and see if they have them that is that good big news this virus in there so it'd be an operative changes I'll I'll check it out I will try anything of that can be helpful thank you for your call let's go to J. and W. eight OLED Kate in Atlanta J. it was very rare all right how you doing all right I was gonna say what about people the U. S. S. R. I assume about Daddy said their coverage of dead people would so security is covered by the stimulus they should be getting a check well after that so security here is involved okay all right there will always be done thank you I specifically asked him about so security they all covered he said and this they should give their those checks he said would be going out in two weeks well let's go to Tyrone and Baltimore W. O. L. B. home of senator Larry young taro yeah yes probably gonna start shopping all right it did a great job days as much pop pop exposure of the conditions yes that's without service bill newsy and and I hope nobody gets upset about something that you know that is not the kind of people because of word of our and then to his pain well as for your body doesn't really help but according to our Michael T. Osterholm director for the center for infectious disease research and policy problems so it is also the taxes you least expect he said that this is just the beginning the thing about to be over anytime soon you said that that what we're doing is correct away too long and we send them out with different out there that they will go away so seven percent of the world's population okay I have heard data prediction I didn't know what ours do Holmes said but I've heard that prediction from sources that yeah I I've heard that from sauces are that aren't called expert and Daryl thank you for your call well I think that what we've got to do is we've got to prepare for the worst and hope and pray for the best and that is why people need to take this seriously and that is why I am on the government officials to keep putting money out there so people can survive you can not survive without people one I was glad when I heard the news she will confirm that they've gotten all where you can't have a vision you can't foreclosures and all that for all six months and I think that's important but people need money you got to put food in the house you got to take care of all the bills and that's why the stimulus is important and if it does not last as long as some experts the same event that lasts shorter times then that's fine but you've got to prepare for the worst and then hope for the best and I think that after all was right about one thing I think all the experts agree that the problem is they got on it too late they should not have been playing games with this no doubt about it let's go to Michelle in Washington D. C. W. O. L. Michelle relax hi bill reverent out thank you all right all up I want to ask you did you know anything about the restaurants and I'll hold failed that but shutting down the factory of old going to be donating bears sold because you know when you go through our wholesale a lot of them give you a head like what you call courtesy or or travel size soaps and shampoo and I was wondering if you heard anything about them making plans to donate some of that sold into the jails and prison populations because they don't have they can't do social distancing in the president's right and they've been having issues with them saying that they don't even have they're down to their bare bones in terms of having someone stole it and also what I've heard that some of the restaurants in particular I'm not going to be able to sustain themselves and continue forward they're going to be permanently shut down due to this because they just can't afford it so I'm wondering are any of them making plans to donate their extras into the jails in prison population so it leaves you know that's helping a part of this yeah I think that's a great idea Michelle thank you for your call I think that in terms of the hotels and hospitality they do give these courtesy soap sometime and other things that can be used in prisons and can be used in other places that cannot replenish that I think that's an excellent idea I've not heard of it but I think that there's some that we could reach out and deal with I also think that you are right about restaurants in many small businesses some small businesses will not survive and as I said the senator Schumer fifty two percent over half this country works for small businesses so even though it is I think thirty billion dollars they put aside for small is is is what I'm trying to make sure we get the right all part of that in our communities which is why I'm on the US senators and the and the congressman and I want to talk to Mnuchin because we want to monitor that but secondly they need to get those checks out right away because some businesses that operated on a week to week basis to make payroll and other things can't survive three or four weeks even if you pay in there improbably so you've given them the aid if they were not fired employees if they continue all with the same employees then you forgive the loan at the end which is good but the question is how they get to hold on three weeks to get a check when some people are living check to check their employees and some of the businesses can not keep those balls in the air and this is important and that's why they have got to be at the kids dads putting the pressure on them that won't go away because I'm not going away and I think that there are some others that are not going away and we've got to press hard the job of add the kids an active is is when you are there to be holding them accountable and you've got to be affected to know when and what you can't just be one dimensional and now's the time to make them accountable one to come with the stimulus bill make them enforce it and make sure our community is is properly dealt with and that come with the second stimulus bill and make it even more effective otherwise what are you there for Tom in Cleveland Ohio W. E. R. U. trong hi hi you got money the call okay you got my name wrong last time too but okay you know why okay I know you by voice I don't know how he don't know you will go head to head Todd there's some irony did this was the day before this is Marla king junior's last full day of life this isn't a myth is trying to get a fair a fair deal for the sanitation workers some calling to tell you that the sanitation workers is there a lot of it has to be paid Chuck Schumer was talking about for the medical workers because no doubt sanitation workers always have an idea on the muse system fight not at the top top of capacity in a communication like this is exceptionally worse so I'm hoping today take them because nobody deserves any more than that makes the people deserve equal such as the medical professionals but nobody deserves it more you know this you get a lot of it has impact in addition to that I see a flaw here where they're not allowing people who are behind on child support for whatever reason whatever the reason that did not allow them to be eligible for this money that's that's incorrect and evil they shouldn't be treated any differently than people that are behind all other debts that they're either for giving or giving them money and in your regarded MPA behind they don't know what these people situations in life are and they they're running businesses I've been laid off and things such as that name may have deals with their with their with a child other parent that hasn't reached the court yesterday she received that money that twelve hundred dollars and then the last thing here is I'm questioning this is an accusation this is the question I'm questioning whether it would be in the best interests everybody if people they had painting businesses that could show what stage they were in meaning the final stage of opening up but did not open as a result of no this particular pandemic is going on if they should still be eligible for this loan money because they weren't they weren't established to the point where they were in business but they were right on the edge of the head does not happen and they had employees in place ready to pay you a bill like that should be looked into providing crew was staged Iran is far as in the progression of opening a small business all right I think it's a surprise thank you for your call and you are correct today was the last day fifty two years of our life Dr king he was killed on the next day which is tomorrow we'll get over that it actually rally which you can watch again do not from the rally we can watch again on impact as well as this non radio and all watch it on W. W. W. dot national action network dot net let me also say that R. O. M. join the world is celebrating the life of bill withers and pass bill withers the wondered great song writers.

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"ole kate" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

12:09 min | 1 year ago

"ole kate" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Feeling by Boston. When the second you get off base backing you're in a non populated area face Ole Kate here all these are really simple to not do so now get in trouble for speeding on post one time California roll to stop sign in a populated area of Camp Pendleton and my little two thousand hundred CRV or no it was my sorry? Pardon me was my two thousand Hyundai Sonata two cars from the same year very fancy but California wrote a stop sign and like like it's martial law on these bases immediately a car pulls in front of me. Cuts me off stops. A car pulls behind me carpools. I got I got boxed in in by three separate hierarchies happened. They all got out a knife fan of the shit out of me. I was in my car yeah. It was like they how did they come together and coordinate that in fact they all knew they were doing I think all three of them solid and they were like this little motherfucker and they all have the same idea. Wow that's crazy coordinate. It was like a shark smelling WII chops. I mean come on be honest you of definitely yelled at Marines for one or many of these every single one on no no doubt in my my mind that I've gone for doing all those get together. Phantom warriors were the two borders and we can't carry jugs of water so watch out round number four you guys. JBC SPIEZIO also interviewed him. He actually came to us from spitting chocolates ice hockey podcast here because he was an army ranger himself but he he trained the Rangers Ice Hockey team up at West Point no less he's a leadership course guy who now that he's out he takes sports teams and cease we business level people and he takes them through through military leadership and teaches in leadership that sell very motivating fellow. Let's check it out and now on zero blog thirty. We are joined by J B Spill saying that right that's perfect. I didn't know if it was spice. Though that's a spy sell Jabe we're joined by performance coach and co-founder of J. B. S. LEADERS DOT COM and author of the Book Warrior Leadership He retired from the army as a sergeant major in two thousand ten after twenty six years of military service and this is going to read this like the end of a medicine ad because there's a lot of things to read here but these are positive side effects of a life lived ten years in special operations relied. US Army Rangers Panama and Haiti he served in Afghanistan working with coalition forces a military renaissance man of sorts drill sergeants special OPS instructor UCS Instructor Instructor Head Baseball Coaches Military Academy Prep School and then he served at the hogwarts of our Military Academy West Point as general manager the Athletic Sports Complex this guy's been through ranger school cool airborne halo static land inhale the jump Master sear Pathfinder drill instructor advanced scuba diving schools and has any of that prepared you to deal with some of the wildest oldest and most ridiculous human beings on the entire planet ice hockey players. It has all prepared me for you're exactly right ice. Hockey players are a different breed. They are different breed. You gotTa love him though they work hard as all athletes connor being an athlete yourself and you know former Marine I think that everybody whether Europe stayed home parent. your schoolteacher your a bus driver. You're a first responder. You you want to be great at something. So what I try to do is impart leadership on people and my goal is to help individuals become leaders and how you know twenty six years in the military so many incredible accomplishments. How did you get tied in with the sports world? How did that come to be well? Fortunately it was because I worked at West Point two thousand five the New York Rangers came to West Point for a camp they they're picked to finish dead last they came. They came up their our coach. Riley legendary coach coach Brian Riley calls me says hey the Rangers WanNa do a team building event. I'm like what do they want to do. He's like I don't know go see the coach. I came down here to Manhattan solid coach and Tom Ready and he's like yeah we WanNa do we want to simulate doing something outdoor the military us about a like a special forces assessment course he's great. He wasn't sure what that was and so sure enough. We did this. You know battle marching shoot for Rangers hockey hockey players yeah in the middle of the night. I got all the guys together I got the cadets together and I'm like they're like way. We're going to like smoke okay professional athletes. I'm like Yup. That's what we're GONNA do so that's what we did and it went terrific and at the end Glenn say either you know called me and said hey you're pretty good at this is like pretty good at what and he's like. You're pretty good this leadership thing he's like I watch how these men look you uh-huh and so I think you should do this and that's kind of what it started and then I did it and then two thousand ten when I retired from the military I just did a full-time somboon ever since eh you just you command especially with civilians you command a certain level of respect and admiration having done all the things that you've done in your military career so it seems as so it would be a natural transition that became something that a lot of other teams did up at West Point as well a lot of other hockey teams sure they probably had six or seven teams that have just come through there and and you know West Point for you know whatever people want to say it's one of the finest institutions in the modern free world you know just recently I met up a young man who was accepted the West Point but wasn't sure he was gonna go and so so as parents called me. I went to have lunch with the kid and I'm like why don't you want to go like you hit the lottery like seriously you got in West Pointer Notre Dame. You can always go to Notre Dame right guy but you got a chance like you went up there and your visit. How'd you feel? He's like I felt like it was for me. There's your answer right right right and as you know the the military the military games aren't for everybody but the ones that are it's it just a wonderful experience. I've fortunate that you know you know. My children got to grow up there. They'll tell you to this day like wow it was a great experience. Just just being a kid at West Point Yeah so and what was it like in your career just dealing with officers in general because you you earn an officer sear pumping West Point's dyers officer senior noncommissioned officer but what was your experience with officers in the military throughout your career you know obviously I started off in the Ranger Regiment so only saw the best of the best right and and so that was great and then I was a drill instructor then went back to the Ranger Regiment then I ended up at West Point is tax yo and depart military instruction and also the first start of the prep school. Also I got to work as well too so I got the see the the cream of the crop the best of the best and I enjoyed it. I loved imparting leadership on people I loved learning from other leaders and you know there was a couple of times that you know look I got myself in. Some trouble in the officer came to my rescue right right be like say do seven K. You know so here. Here's here's the deal you know as great a a retired army officer he's. NYPD detective Billy Hart had a great illustrious career. retired Captain Ranger qualified like you know he probably kept me from out of trouble a couple of times and so you know the the United States military's as you know a so perfectly set up for success right and people are like why is the military so good because it's it's done correctly right writing also with leadership in the military too. Oh there's also it's human beings just like anybody else. There's also bad leadership sometimes and I I think one of the most valuable things I took from it was one leader in particular that I had my unit wasn't great and somebody told me a higher enlisted person within learned from that to you learn just as much from leadership you don't like as much which as you do so pay attention to what you don't like about it and learn from it and and develop your own kind of thing what kind of advice you have so you did this in the military things with West Point athletics kind of shaped the way your career went after that how do you impart you know you. Have this team like the Rangers have come up there doing doing terrible. They're they're low morale. How do you get people motivated to WANNA learn leadership and to keep motivation? That's that's it's a terrific question. Kate and I try to do things right one through motivation and tooth registration and I learned a lot from some bad leaders I had some you know yet. He had some crazy sergeants in the army. Can you do the cockroach for hours right. We've all done that I've been like I didn't learn anything from that and so you want to take the positives out of that I I say my book about how like one simple leader one battalion commander is you know can either take an organization. They should from good to great or from good to average right one commander right one person can do that because of are they a force multiplier. Are they trying to help the organization be successful or they just worried about their next promotion right which we all know that sometimes that happens and so what you have to do is you have to look at yourself and look at your skill set look. I'm a cheerleader. It works for me when I'm teaching leadership especially to executives the well. You're so bubbling up. I'm like okay. You don't have to be me right. You don't have to be a cheerleader but a lot of different ways. That's exactly right. There are a lot of different ways to be a leader if you're STOIC bestowing because if you're fake people knowing it's very right so if you go in and try to be like hey let's go you look great today Connor. No we're talking about soldiers. They have some of the best detectors in the world and they will see right writing very quickly but I mean you're talking about yourself and your personality you certainly we have the personality I can tell lends itself to this type of career. Path was the military always something you wanted to do in your life and then subsequently you obviously an elite member of our military. was that something that you went insane art. I'm going to do this or have my accident or what. What was your path? That's that's great question connor so you know there was a day that there wasn't the Internet okay so let's just go OK nineteen eighty-four at a decent high school student. I didn't know a whole lot about military. Middle Class Kid from Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. My parents worked hard. I was like you know what I'm I'M GONNA pay for my own college. What see the army recruiter and like the College Front Army recruiters like great no problem and actually he was filled artillery? I remember that and he's like great for here's a college. which do you WANNA do? I have no idea this big book right and I'm like going through this book communication supply and he starts looking over my high school fitness transcripts and he's like do some push ups did some push pull up bar crosses door. He's like do some pull ups. I do some pull ups. He's like why don't you become an army ranger. I'm like great. What do they do? He goes US jump out of airplanes. Blow Shit up said cells Siamese cool all josh from language. Now you're good. I was like sign me up so then I go to I'm at Fort Benning Georgia like home of the infantry. I'm like where the Al all my complete basic and ait then I go to airborne school and then they show show up it back then it was called Rip Ranger doctrinaire yeah and I am like standing. There's like one hundred and thirty of US big guys and I'm dislike little kid and five foot probably one hundred seventy pounds and I'm like what did I get myself into. These instructors came out and they were grenade or invaders. They wouldn't Ghana Grenada says the first combat combat since Vietnam right you know and they're like we'll go or if any of you make it like Oh my God like I believe him yeah..

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"ole kate" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"ole kate" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Well before I get to white bullet proof are all the rage today and I say that kind of jokingly but not really a good stable life forget to that you want to set a couple to shout outs out there use fans of the party and said show as you know been on and made my way to cut younger like this we get to see my mom and dad and I was pushed all the wonderful opportunity to be the grand marshal of the fifty year would stack anniversary parade it's just funny in a little town like Bethel with this I don't know I guess a few thousand maybe two hundred don't even know but we are really popular in that little town I mean they love us everybody stop sale order but not first look at this all the time Wiz Bernie unlike Wiz Bernie what would you think well he will be in the conjoined twins get that all the time too I often go people talk about you all the time we don't yeah like I have not well we're sit there on the stand we live in separate location right most of my interrogators what they do they do mine always says wins Bernie love Bernie love you when Bernie but was so quickly Susan brown auto she's the head of the Republican Party she was wearing home make America great again hard my mom actually hold me she she did a terrific job the town supervisor Dan storeroom Duke Devlin who was at Woodstock fifty years ago from Texas he was gonna stay for three days he has stayed for fifty years he's a big pan the show he yeah he did a great job and then Saturday night we went to bed bill woods with the built this unbelievable ample theatre and museum right on the site where you saw Jimi Hendrix and Janis Joplin all these great and they don't I saw the Google dials and twenty it was a fantastic show so is a wonderful weekend I want to thank the folks up much of Richmond to what the other gym in Monticello wanna thank all those guys for a treating me so nicely and be of course listening to Barney and sit all the way up there in the mountains of New York every single morning now shooting in brown's will this weekend you did read the the cover of the New York Post and the New York Daily News both have a young lady fresh out of college talking about how her bra her brassiere actually saved a life that is not funny thank god what is kind of funny because it invites and then she said but she spoke about it and she was dead serious but it was just funny as in my bra strap save my life the Bastille goes the shooting because not the find Brownsville that it did compile me this one it sent out a tweet I'm not sure whether the shooting does it does not define Brownsville Brownsville is a scary place and if you don't want to say it mayor bill I'm going to say it this thing been going on for fifty three years they saw this event on some old timers event where they have local talent on display there now between the gangs and the heat for the cops and all the stuff going on brown's was a dangerous place so I did tweet I'm not sure what about the shooting defines Brownsville but I can tell you this mayor bill de Blasio you do not define New York no and I don't know what he's talking about look a lot of the local news coverage they they talked about the shooting in Brownsville they never said they never said that this was the site with the cops were doused with water but I'm in the week never say never connected the two well they connected is to want to talk about it well they didn't connect it in their report which is where they should have done it I agree with except for the advice because there is a connection well I I initially thought and I did text Kayla mama like who's covering the story this morning on channel five said get out of there get the hell out of there now but what I initially thought when I saw the story Bernie going but what you're saying right now now see the constable days ago the world one hundred cops one hundred on duty at this event and I thought you had a couple of folks in punks out there that may be open fire hoping to hit a cop now they're saying it's gang related but because of the downsizing of story which was a couple of days prior that's exactly what I thought well listen to you as you mentioned there are a bunch of cops there now if they were a little more aggressive little more sort of evil if not for the what's now being called the Pantaleo affect the hands up don't shoot hoax affect I read that this morning those cops may have prevented this shooting but what this this stand if they can I think it I'm I'm not gonna stop is gonna get a pet this guide I'm not going to stop and say what do you do when you looked a little suspect I'm not gonna do anything yeah but but spring to me how in nam at the garlic festival the guilt we're gonna festival in California thirty miles southeast of San Jose same type of situation big festival party goers civilians out there having a good time somebody or two guys open fire there and the cons kill that guy why is it okay in California but not in New York I I I I I I do sit circumstances clearly defined I don't know much about the garlic festival it was at that it was a gun free zone that I gun free events so they were not none of the people there was supposed to have any guns so they can defend themselves where is he had over the weekend the some guy with the seven eleven he was a customer there were two robbers they were brothers he ended up killing one of them maybe it's that could have happened at the garlic festival except for the fact that you were allowed to have a gun and they checked you as you went in but these guys cut a hole in the fence I saw that and they went in and they had a gun and they shot people who didn't have any guns well I would imagine you want force of going to the Browns will event either but that must have been thousands of of what the topic gonna stop of nine well the cops elected they were told hands off and it this is a direct correlation to that is despite the local news a correlation to that dowsing and the general disrespect for men in uniform and and the shooting and then these people the cops are there to protect the innocent people it was shot this was called old timers they do a lot of old folks there yes who often times are the victims of shootings in young people shootings that up I've gone awry you know straight gunshot this that the other day that the people that the cops are protecting and I see young person died this time though thirty five years old the one person who died yeah brown's won't right young person approach only fifteen the injured that are over the ages but the this is a song what's his name ed Rollins the president the sergeants benevolent association none of it is funny this way he writes none of it is funny twelve people were shot someone is dating cops were hit with water no you New York City is slowly crumbling don't say you weren't warned we store the NYPD removed Neil dia Joe Esposito on this so funny Bernie when you were out in my mail was I know we love you all he emails you all the time we had a great conversation about this now he did defend Jameel meal who won Friday was described as Jimmy Ole Kate and E. L. yes he did defend him he said listen Jimmy's hands are tied that's the bottom line Jim is a great cop he wants the best for New York but he works for people A. K. A. mayor bill who basically have tied his hands but until the cops get some of that power back until they do we will in fact go right back to nineteen seventy five if we are not already there and I agree with the Jimmy o'neill's a good man but he is he's turned into a cop hating a Bolshevik build the blossoms stooge he's not I can say bill the blood is all right he's as above but the blood zero stooge is what he's turned into sadly and that if he would show if we would go road a little bit and show some passion when stuff like this happens even with the the perverts on the subway all I'm gonna take what your MTA cards even even on something like that Sam to cut your balls off you sons of **** we catch you say something don't do just show some emotion and the similarly when a cop gets Taos don't talk about you know this lose the you know the the professional bearing that you have be a man when he was about how pissed off you he wants that what you're talking about now it to the Browns shooting and in fact he came out right away to me and said I'm going to find you he was very emotional after that bill was it back here's my deal a bill to block the after the Browns will surely here because of a tragedy last night in Brownsville we're here because there were shots fired twelve people struck one dead another in critical condition right now because something happened that should not happen but I want to say to the very beginning what happened last night interrupted on event the old timers event had been held successfully and peacefully for decades interrupted a moment that up until that time had been example everything good about the Brownsville community is right it's been fifty six years I started back in nineteen sixty three he went on to say of course again of the shooting does not define Brownsville reminded me of Barack Obama after a terrorist attack you know you want your president to be angry and pissed and we're gonna get these guys and it seems like every time there was an attack his first sentence was Hey Muslims aren't bad people kind of the same thing here rescue me o'neill was pissed off he was emotional he's like we're going to find these guys mayor bill this doesn't define Brownsville any but he's wrong about that I know you're great in in in Mullins email he actually would put it includes a sergeant report and he says that there is always some type of violence that occurs at this event always historically yeah any he says a bunch of cops were sent to the place this sergeant anyway upon first going back there to this particular area in a courtyard there like five hundred people we were informed to clear everyone out but we were told not to take any action he said he writes and then the the guys they were trying to get the crowd to disperse he writes they did not listen to our commands and eventually started yelling vulgar and vile things at all the cops he writes such as we wish you would die in a litany of all the horrific terms they ended up arresting forty people at that point but here they are to try to help and find a shooter that killed innocent people at a at and that that's something that should have been a fun event and you have.

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