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Why Inner Work is THE Missing Link to Your Health with Dr. Mary Pardee
"Mary. Welcome back to the podcast. Thank you good to be back for folks. That didn't hear our first conversation Will be linking to all that in the show notes. We did a really good interview with you. That a lot of people really appreciate it. Which was if you do a modern day. Physical if you're gonna go through a modern day. Physical what are the additional test and also. What are the optimal numbers that you want to be hitting when it comes to vitamin d or like a mega three. Two mega six ratio. Telomeres like you basically walked people through a modern day. Physical is pretty in depth. I think it was like a two hour interview. People really loved it and so they can check that out on the show notes. That was a really fun. One this one is going to be a little bit different. We have a whole host of topics we want to get into. Vaccines wanna hear your perspective as a functional medicine and naturopathic doctor. We're gonna chat about gut health and a few other topics to To come up so. I'm excited to get into it before we jump on the topic of vaccines. I want to ask you where in la. You live in los angeles. I live in los angeles And it's been california's been one of the most strict sort of lockdowns. Although now things are starting to ease backup. You couldn't even do outdoor dining before but now that's kind of easing up a little bit. How has the last year. Like twenty twenty. How is that for you from like a social interactions standpoint. You at least as far as i know you live alone at the moment. Danso for you. And i'm asking you because i know that in addition of functional medicine naturally the medicine. You're super into this whole aspect of mental health and i think that mental health has been one of the things that we have not balanced out the repercussions of strict strict. Strict lockdowns love california. But that's definitely been one of the places how has been the last house twenty twenty for you from a social standpoint and mental health standpoint. Yeah i think this is a great topic. I was talking to omid our mutual friend. Dr omid naim. Yep and he's been on the podcast as well but just yesterday. We had this conversation and we were talking about how you know. We've had a lot of deaths from covid and that's something that we need to focus on for sure but i think that there is a little bit of an exchange that's happening were not realizing the impact of mental health and the deaths. That are gonna come from that aspect of it so we were talking about. relapses of addiction. That are happening right now. Right and we're seeing people relapse at much higher rates because of social isolation most probably they don't have people to reach out to they don't have places to go in person and have that contact And so i think it is something that we're not really looking at as closely as we should be for me. Personally it's been. It was a tough year for sure. living by yourself not being married you know being single in an apartment by yourself without roommates a whole different thing and for me. Personally i had a small group of friends. Rise that i'm going to see these people still And i think that you have to do something like that for your mental health. If you don't have family that are local or you don't have a significant other or a roommate that you live with. You have to kind of make your family And so that's how i went about it and I don't know how. I would have done it differently because i think if you do full solitude isolation and that can be really scary for somebody totally. Was there anything that you tapped into any new rituals or things that you were doing that you hadn't really done as much of in the past. Yeah absolutely it was a big year of Tapping into my spirituality. They the last twelve months. I did more like soul searching and digging than i've ever done in my life And i've heard that being a common theme for other people to really figuring out like what is important to me Was a big was a big part of twenty twenty There's a lot of time to do that. There's a lot of quiet time There wasn't as much travel for me. Either so i was kind of grounded in l. a. and have the time to do that soul-searching but yeah getting in touch with spirituality and figuring out like what is true authentic self. Like what do i want for myself was Was really significant for me this past
Birding with Dr Meredith Williams
"Berta. Volt from more than one. Hundred and fifty million years ago and then explosively diversified culminating in more than ten thousand species distributed worldwide. Today are human. Relationship to beds is complex to seen as spirit messengers of the gods and at the same time. We took the wild red jungle fowl. From india and selectively bred into domesticated chickens the now farmed in cages feathers have been used for thousands of years and indigenous headpieces and at the same time but has like parrots and parakeets a kept as pets bird poop called guana was used as the first fertilize of modern agriculture. And charles darwin study of galapagos finches was to the formulation of evolution. Buds are all around us. We are closer to bed than any other wild animals birds. I literally and figuratively are canaries in the coal mine. Their wellbeing is our wellbeing threats to buds range from habitat loss including logging climate change industrial farming with pesticides invasive species and even cats. These will had a devastating impact on the bird populations of the us and canada. Which in just the last fifty years have declined by. Three billion birds danton insane. Thirty percent of all birds gone. Three billion pez of wings have vanished ever across our continent from sea to shining sea. Luckily birds have strong allies in their corner. There an estimated sixty million active bird watches in the us alone and with the pandemic shutting down so much of our country. We have flocking to bird watching like never before everything from bird feeders. To binoculars have been in short supply and this year the birding app e bird collected more sightings in a single day the was admitted during the first two and a half years of the apps existence. I must admit coming late to the bird-watching pardee. But thanks to dr meredith williams. That's about to change. I'm lucky enough to work with meredith every day in her role. Running one of the most important and complex agencies in california governor. The department of toxic substance control. Dr williams received two undergraduate degree from yale and a doctorate in physics from north carolina. State university meredith then worked and silicon valley fortune. Five hundred companies in the technology consumer product and chemical sectors meredith left the private sector to follow her passion for wetlands and birds and led the san francisco estuary institute as we'll hear. Meredith journey is about so much more than her resume. Meredith nine meet apt get ready for my maiden watching invention merit so we're about to go hopefully bed watching what. What do we need to bring with us while like what. What's what's in the bird watching backpack almost nothing. Which is great binoculars. Of course are your starting point. So i hope you have some inaugurals. I know you were looking for some recently. You gave me some good advice. But i get any but we all kind of professional but what just like you would have an extra pair. Do thought so. It's in the office but we could stop on the way out of town. Not of that sound. No we should. We should yeah. You just kind of out now. Okay okay so you got the binoculars. How do you if you're starting out. It's surprising how good have gotten very affordable these days so i mean it's still a lot to invest but ask a bird watcher. They might have an extra pair. That's the first place you might wanna try like them. What do you well. first of. All there are lots of different kinds of birdwatchers in terms of some people. Want to count every burden get really long list. And they track every single birthday they see. It's about the numbers of the that very unique bird and they chase vagrant birds that fly in unusually and they're rushing off to see that bird so there those kind of bird watchers I'm a bird watcher. Just watch one bird for a long time. I liked bird behavior. just i'm just fascinated by them. And i think they're beautiful so i could just end up watching one bird for for quite a while you can just take it. In at whatever level you want in terms of the variety birds that you could see and how you would just experience them and enjoy them. So and i think the only way to find that out is to bert. Watch a little and see what grabs you What you do sounds really peaceful. The first thing that sounds the first thing sounds more. Like in england as a whole breed of people go train spotters and i always kind of identified them with bird watchers. Like it's really about. How many things. You've you've been able to capture and less about the bird the thing that you'll doing just sounds like being a peaceful will watching another animal even the people who are energized. That way unless they're doing a big day which would be a day when they map it out to see as many birds as they can. In a single day they're not necessarily rushing around even they are going to have moments of really enjoying a bird and even somebody like me chased around golden gate park looking for a rare warbler. That's very rarely in san francisco. There's an amiability amongst birdwatchers is really camaraderie. People are so nice. There's always somebody better in terms of being a better bird watcher. Meaning they either can identify birds better or you know they just have a lot of experience for the a little bit about. The ecology and people are so happy to share their information. That it's really wonderful. That's one of the things i like about it. And it tends to be every now and then you get into group and there'll be somebody who's a little loud but by and large the the folks are really kind of it's easy to get in a groove with with birdwatchers and settled and gopher along stroll and see some great birds. But what's there everywhere that it's a it's a big i mean like it huge movement and it's growing apparently it's one of the fastest growing outdoor activities. There is it's it is just kind of crazy places where i been going for ten years and cues to be just me and five or six friends maybe and now parking lot and i think the pandemic has made it even more so where a lot of people. That's how they wanna get outdoors or they've they've just kind of discovering it because they know it is one of the only ways to be outdoors so i think it's going to continue to grow which i think is great because then more people are connected to the natural world which obviously makes them care about it more. How did you get into meredith like what. What was your journey into bed watching. I mean i liked birds always in the yard growing up in ohio. You know the robbins and the blue jays. There was a hill in town. And i used to ride my bike up in the hill early in the morning and i would always see birdwatchers and i said when i'm old air quotes. I'm going to bird watch. And i kind of that seed was planted but i didn't really bird-watching until my three say in my thirties. I started volunteering for the san francisco. Bay national wildlife refuges. That you know are on the perimeter of the bay. You know them well getting restored a lot of them Back to title harsh. And i when i volunteered i would be doing everything from pulling out. Invasive plants to building shells but there are always birds around and i just became more and more and more fascinated with the birds invested in binoculars and just started creeping in. You join the audubon society and suddenly you're getting news about different outings and the next thing you know you're you're pretty far in foreign now. I'm foreign. I'm not pretty far and have taken a couple bird vacations. Which i think says that. I'm pretty far in. But what do those entail. The longest trip i took was to go to brazil to the pantanal. Which is a very large wetland like the mecca of bud watching their many mecca. It is a mecca over the course of two weeks. We just went out every morning. We get up before sunrise. Be moving by six o'clock at the latest. Usually more like five thirty and we went to a place that's called the parrot crater a giant sinkhole. And it's all a lot of parents live down in the sinkhole. And so you look down. A new parrots lying around in a simple it was tremendous and we ended up seen two hundred different species of birds there along with some giant giant eaters river otter is and it was quite a trip but the birds were spectacular.
"pardee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"The perfect example new Malone has has never had a good natural spawn and we can only assume that the Stanislaus river by the time it gets down that low doesn't have much water and it's very warm even in the fall months wars Pardee is managers a domestic water supply and they store water up it does fall springs reservoir and tiger creek of war bay and all that so they they they have a great spa the same year fared in party the big fish is twelve inches in New Malone is the same year all naturist bomb the big fish is eighteen inches plus department official wildlife how many times do we have tell ya fewer fish mains bigger failed absolutely yes and then to throw a little foot another foot another monkey wrench in the deal the bureau of reclamation is dropping new Maloney is this tile now yesterday story for the last week or two and I don't know for sure how long good question for him one to three feet per day what has always knocked accompanied by down and are you know at least valley lake of fast dropping lake Bago so that L. Gerry I have to cut you off because we're out when you join us back at seven forty yes absolutely okay after the break mark Smith don't go away.
"pardee" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Sports talk sometimes it was conversations with Preston Pearson or Joe Amazon over the cowboys sometimes it was Jeff Fisher of the Houston Oilers or Jack Pardee of the Houston Oilers and when ever football season or the NFL and the NBA you know conflict pitting J. Howard was out of town I would host those shows it was always great this specially developed well with all but especially president and I bring that up because with his birthday I believe I'm going to have to read research this again but I believe that Preston Pearson is the only NFL player to have played in super bowls for three different teams he was with the Baltimore colts back in Superbowl three that's when the jets beat the coals he was with the Steelers in Superbowl nine and he was with the cowboys Super Bowls ten twelve and thirteen again I'm gonna have to do a little bit of research but I think that he's the only person a lot of people played for two and there may be others that played for three teams again I'll get that answer for you nineteen seventy one today's the day Super Bowl five Baltimore colts sixteen cowboys thirteen what was interesting about that Superbowl that was the first time that the most valuable player in the Super Bowl was on a losing team and it hasn't happened since and I was struck Callie and just the other day we have the anniversary date of Super Bowl twelve which was the first time we had co MVPs and that was Harvey Martin and Randy white cowboys won that one and lastly I ended Burton Lee did not have time to get to the fact that birthday for Jim Carrey today comedian Jim Carrey ace Ventura dumb dumber cable guy separate separate branch center Jerry you have a favorite Jim Carrey movie I think you know I'm gonna say no I don't okay eternal sunshine of the spotless mind I'd forgotten all about that one yeah yeah and there's a reason I did my favorite Jim Carrey movie might be a surprise to you as well I I'd really dug the crewman shot was good that was really really good so Happy Birthday to Jim Carey today he's turning fifty eight places.
"pardee" Discussed on Jannah Firdaus Mediapro Podcast
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"pardee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Fred what does. you guys are. yeah in in all of our own minds as the old joke goes. talk about having a plan you would Mike Tyson at the the the answer to that is there but when you went to the mouth. yeah and until green bay's defensive line decides to run right through yeah yeah. not to run the football. well they are there you don't in fact I'm glad you brought that up the dead Sean jump in with us here a Twitter pole number six was yes Sir now that's been on the board for about two three hours down let's see what the fans are voted and then I want your follow up please and this year versus Green Bay the question is the ball question is when the bears out by not running the ball yes Sir no coach Naji hindered the offense of line from having the best chance to succeed I yes Sir or no Sean what was our vote on it so far yes in a landslide eighty seven percent of the fans say yes he did hinder their ability to sail and a game against the Green Bay Packers well then Dan now let's bring in a guy like you who are those the offense of linemen in many years with the bears just as a fan you always hear this you know the defense of line is going to tee off on the offense of line if the offense of lines back pedaling always to protect you know the pastor as opposed to that online charging forward and trying to you know wed make a wage that's that's general but tell us what happens why it happens and what did not happen well you know I think what a lot of times you get in the game and you know you get all these these great plans were talking about but the one thing you forget as a coach I think at times is to make sure that from a mental standpoint you get your guys you'll love it up as we say yeah and what that means is you know you love he often with the friends of line. tag you're limited to level up a little bit women get after because what's the difference between the run game in the passing game for office alignment is it in the in the run game you get to be the aggressor. and also you start ridicule dictate the terms of the game I am from a mental and physical put perspective that means that you're punishing them instead of them trying to punish you and your quarterback so when you when you start off the game you stop the run game you have like I said last week you know you have maybe five or six places you feel really good about regardless of what the defense in front as you understand that the law office of line how you gonna block these things and how you can be successful in that yeah and it also if you put yourself in a situation where you're successful first down they talk about second down in somewhere in that area of five or six yard to get the to get the first and then that's a mental thing that starts to work on in your brain it's such work on a defense right now they don't know whether or not you gonna you know you go run the ball you know you go throw the ball what you gonna do and the the other thing it does is also as you run the put the ball it establishes a different part of the passing game and that is the play action passes now if you've had success running the ball it'll certainly start thinking Hey you know what they gonna run over here they start to react and yet the linebacker stepping up a little bit and then that is the the coverages they need to be it also knows intermediate routes rope and you get the first down anyway Barcelona ball but you've got to start off mentally running the football well my notes right here and you you just look I guess you're looking at my yellow pad over the over my shoulder all it does down behind me and he's got a shirt number sixty two on god love you bye. now now now that. hi Mister miss that Jay and I never got one. okay so now you know the blame game as finance sports talk radio but let's get serious and we're not here to blame right now but no no. like everything else you go back you know would like but the place in the game you go back on Monday that's what the coaches do that there's a problem on Sunday night this is Mike just think about all the things that they didn't do that they probably should have done the key to this whole thing though is is what do you do next because that game is over there's nothing you can do to change the outcome of that game and that's what I expect to see Matt now you do on on Sunday afternoon is is to go back in and say okay you know we made a mistake you made a mistake there let's go back and correct those things and make sure this time you know we get started right and we continue on that path so that's what you know you that's what you get out of something like that it doesn't do you any good to sit back and start you know try to lick your wounds or whatever that that's not going to work because you get you know fifty more games it was nobody's feeling sorry for is no pity party for you you just got to go back and and and reload and figure out how to get it done and that's what the that's what you do from a coaching standpoint is you go back and give you guys a confidence give you guys a confidence that that you understand what you didn't do what she did next you correctly and and and get it done. ten seconds when is there let's go back to to play action now I imagine what but ninety percent of our listeners so to know what that is but for the ten that down the play is your fate the plane the run and then the action is a drop back and pass which which. yeah from an office alignments perspective you know you can't go more than three yards down the field look but the idea is that you engage the defense alignment just like it's a run play understanding that you can't build more than two yards down the field Lester engage with the defensive player of the what it does is from the you know from the defense's perspective it looks just like the run so they're starting to react exactly the key coming out again with the ground game and also in everybody in all the takes is like a a split second to freeze those defenders and particularly the linebackers to to get you know you'll see results so that's why it works from a mental perspective because I think in every bit of pounds with the run game again and also their reaction to that because now you've had success doing that they want to stop it and then the next thing you know of no such a risky was opened on the field or running back is open because now they realize the past but then there are that sucked up too late and they can't get back out and give position. I don't recall the bears running. any action I'm sure they did and I just missed it I've watched a couple times but you know now with the shot gun as opposed to under center and again I don't have the number the percentage in front of me of how many times he was under center but you know he's usually back in the shot gun does that make you can still run play action under the center or in shot gun but is it is one a little more effective than the other to freeze the defense or are they about equally. what you know what you started out the game doing now. this is you know the I say the maybe the last four five years become a real option for for offenses is the run pass option and that's essentially that's what that is basically a blowout play action it's a different version if you will of play action for for people to them all watching the game and as you know even if the quarterback is is the thing back and shot down you can give that that same run past last night if that's right some of that but again if you do if you're not starting out with the idea of you know the first series of soda stabs in fact we don't run the ball today then then then that doesn't work quite as well because you know that again the difference is not thank you okay do you guys want to run the run the football out of me to try to run it down our throats I wasn't real situation. first got your Jack Pardee was it goes then and after the first game. Jack walks in and he is with the middle of the meeting of ninety meeting rooms we had a great big box. and I think what the second. he's our brother reached in there is that in the in the box you feel bad they were like what are you talking about there is a lot is it because we're going to be politically. if the fed get whatever you need what a lot of it some people okay. forget about that. and we're like oh god here we go in there with the ball at the time but it is the message across the you know a lot of will go get physical with people to find out what they're made out of different alignment as a rule don't like the run game they like you know the Russian the fastest. that's not a good thing so you know it the idea is to take that away from realizes can be a long day so you know you're not going to sit around doing fact answers all day you know what he's gonna have to go to work for the money. and I and coach Nagy has admitted that you know he had a bad game all everybody had a bad game but the. well yeah okay correct correct thank you thank you so the quarterback. all he had a bad game all right they ran thirty three plays in a row to the end of the game the bears where they did not run the ball now there you know in a couple R. P. O.'s in there I need the ball the ball back and threw okay whatever they didn't run the ball for thirty three plays I don't know for what that was called okay that's irrelevant. what is it you're just about to deserves they like to pin there is bad they like to push the lead to grab the phone pressure the quarterback. well let me ask you this now miss Stravinsky and his and I'm sure he would beat any yeah so I had a bad game okay fine point is when you're when you're a defensive lineman lanyards number six to to often seven year round and the UPS about thirty three times in a row does the defense eventually say you know what I'm selling out they're not running I'm in the minors back right. the network yeah. thirty three again thirty three reply you got a phone call..
"pardee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"A lot of people spend their spring winter and spring fishing lake Comanche and kind of stay away from it in the summer you know you think it's crowded during the week there's one guy that doesn't think so that's Robbie done I'm done I'm of coke machine guide service and I talked to Robby who fish Comanche and party this week Robbie you fish both Comanche and Pardee this week for trout let's talk about Comanche first are you bothered by the boat traffic out there a little bit when you go out to Comanche this time of year well no not be starting the year wrong might try to get out there during the week and it was Wednesday while we were out there so long it was actually a pretty nice snow skiers and we had two or three other trolling boats that's pretty nice I mean this is what talk about having the lake yourself on there are yeah actually yeah we put in a north shore and I get run out into the river channel for more short unnatural all the way down to the ground with the sun behind yet that you're I catch most of my church I with the sun behind me in the early morning yeah we picked up the four found throughout your beautiful clean silver rainbow one leg on all these beautiful and work your your OBGYN open channel area the rest of the day and how deep for your were your fashion anywhere from thirty five to sixty it seems that the deeper the fifty to fifty five were the better bites but we did catch a few that were up in the shallow were in that forty to forty five we pull in your speedy Shriver's even doubt that deeper depth yeah you told me about his lawyers will all along with those yeah one of the few designers are two point seven two of three point oh yeah and I started my set backs will be so they're not all the same distance back and just covers much water as I can and but those views you know that when they graduate they grab it yeah that's a lot of fun when that happens hello yeah a lot of people don't like to to troll that deep though are going that fast because of those those wires really start Harmon and islands so so what so what what do you do them just put up with it it doesn't bother me I actually like the home the reason I do is that if I'm not looking at the logs and I hear the tone changed I said no something's off the court large very that's a good point we always bothered me at all yeah down almost some people were told me that it and I think it scares you wish but I can honestly tell you I'd vote one sixty what do you and had a general fifteen sat back and still caught fish all the sound was not affected fish that all what about party hard you do over there now you're you're targeting trout yes Charlie twelve on Monday me and wife went up there and tonnage gathered around I have a couple trips coming up this weekend and launch during those started right out of the blue he's going on the main lake and we want all the way up to the I believe it's called Columbia goals just above the deer island and we worked a whole main body in the river channel unit up with our championship two o'clock anywhere between thirty five and fifty five was our best up there and once again I was born my speed is runners pretty much the same deal on both legs are robbing yes you can do the same thing with the same lowers their own though sometimes up at near the same death.
"pardee" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Says he will bring the measure up for a vote the compensation fund is almost used up meaning some have not had their healthcare needs covered Louisiana governor John bel Edwards says a hurricane without nasty winds is still dangerous and is urging residents to prepare for that tomorrow nobody should take this storm of lightly just because it's supposed to be a category one when it makes landfall the real danger in this storm was never about the wind anyway it's always been about the rain forecasters now say some areas could receive as much as twenty five inches of rain from Barry another big aftershock from those two big earthquakes last week in southern California Dave Alpert has the later found hundreds of aftershocks since last Friday nights magnitude seven point one earthquake near ridgecrest but this was by far the biggest it was four point nine and it was felt one hundred fifty miles away the strongest aftershock until this morning was a magnitude three point nine labor secretary Alexander Acosta is resigning amid scrutiny of his handling of a secret plea deal with the financier accused of sexually abusing underage girls eight time champion Roger Federer has won the Wimbledon semifinal over Rafael Nadal he will face the top ranked Novak Djokovic shown Sunday in the final on Wall Street the Dow off one eighty eight and S. and P. up nine points I'm Mike marks it's time to check the roads in that Kate on traffic center this report sponsored by a Pardee homes watch for slowing for crash on the northern beltway to fifteen eastbound approaching Aliante a parkway also crash.
"pardee" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM
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"pardee" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Welcome back. Welcome back. But we've covered the salmon of a bay area the salmon of databa- the salmon auto Fort Bragg because they all open last weekend and the week before the salmon season open down in Monterey and Santa Cruz. But just this week something happened that hasn't happened consistently for a few years. The party boats got fish mooching. Listen to Chris Arkle AO. You don't think he's pumped up about that? Chris was nice to get a call from you earlier this week about actually catching some salmon and Monterey Bay mooching. It hasn't happened to any extent for a few years now been hit or miss. So tell us the week when did when did this start the mooching? Started opening day those boats with thirty fish opening day, which was on the sixth, but rainstorm came in between Narran screwed everything up. And we really started getting them Wednesday. We had limits of fish on Wednesday. Seventeen people had limits for twenty four on Thursday. We had limits for twenty eight today spectacular is as good as yes, it is. What's the size of the fish? The Fisher in the seven to ten pound range. We had a few, you know, twelve to eighteen we had one today twenty four. So they're real nice fish. Yeah. You got a chance for a big win. Though. You do. I mean, what do you suppose is how deep you mooching, by the way? Fifteen fifty feet. That's all that's all. We're we're we're catching some fly lining. You guys could be trolling with a two and a half pound ball. Shouldn't. Well, you guys kind of cracks me up because I often kid kid about you guys have those Fisher twenty feet deep. They'd still mooch. Under a hundred foot were fine. But right now, they're just on the surface everywhere. What's the water temperature? You know, it was fifty three. That's a little cool. It's good. That keeps them up in the service. It's good. So well, you know, I mean, the fish have to be schooled up for you to be successful. And there was no shortage official asked year the year before the the private skiffs guys with the down rigors. They got him pretty good. You know, they stayed on top of them. But it was hard to find concentrations of fish. And it looks like it's happening this year. It is it really is. There's an awful lot of fish. We're fishing one area on there's both fishing a lot of different areas and getting their limits of fish. So it there's a lot of fish Ray bay area's full of salmon. Yep. What do you hear a point south? That there was some fishing moral. But I'm not positive of that. That's one of my friends told me that. But you know, I don't I don't know that. Sure. Yeah. Well, we always have a rumor coming out of moral. Exactly. I love it. When the Fisher down there little up here in July. Sure. And what do you here just to the north of Santa Cruz half? Got a nice bunch of fish just above Santa Cruz between Santa Cruz and pigeon. And then I was told yesterday that they did very well and Half Moon. At the debrief. Yeah. Well, the bay area both are going there that go. Well, looks like we have a genuine salmon season on our hands. I think we do I think this is this the real deal. This is the rain that we've had for a couple of years and the production that the the plants and yesterday out of eighty five fifth that we had a couple of boats. We had eighteen planted in that we're marked. So that sounds good. I mean, but a lot of people don't know you actually, take and release small fish, right? Any ocean are not gonna come back up and spun anywhere, and they're they're they're released there specifically. So they'll grow up in that area and be there for the fishermen. Exactly. And those are the Fisher talking about. No. These fish are marked they are marked in the Sacramento river, and they will release that at whatever place, they dump them in jail. Yeah. Down by the bridge. They've been trying to do that. Well, it's their far-ranging fish, aren't they? How about the rock fishing? Chris. It's been good. It's been good. I'm trying not to not to concentrate on if I can fish them. And I love it a save those rock fish for later. And the whales great gobs of wells right now. Chris Arkle AO of Chris's sport fishing, the book attributed three one three seven five five nine five one. I talked to Gary burns take it to the limit guide service anew milona who was out fishing for coca ni Jerry. We haven't heard an awful lot about new Malone fish year, a little here a little there. And that's so typical new Malone is just drives me crazy every years a little different. But I know last fall you guys started catching some pretty nice coconut there, which gave you promise for this year. What's the latest? What what of the last couple of weeks brought on there? I had the last couple of weeks. You know, the people that I've known that Fisher quite a bit myself. We've been pulling a few Cocody outta their small ones twelve inches. And then last week I got worn at ten inch and Brown last week about three pills. Probably went out today. And I got two beautiful. Nice fourteen and a half inch fat Cocody one Brown, probably seven or eight pounds. I just left it at in the Lauder unhooked. Exactly. Now, what were you? What were you pulling where you're fishing for coca ni? Yeah. That's all I'm doing this. You're looking for Cocody. So so the Brown hit the Brown hit the coconut gear. Hit the coke. A little a little hoochie had it. I hope to right behind the door. So dragging in about a thirty pound catfish tell you what it was. It was quite a chore getting a bit. Wow. Well, that's that's always a sight to see Brown of that size. So that's great. So how deep Cocody eighteen foot. Both kokin. I got today or eighteen. Gary burns take it to the limit. That's the first consistent report. We've had there. You also had a friend that got five fish, Don. Pedro took him all day to do it. But about the same size, so fourteen and a half inches is good. Let's just hope they show up in numbers. How we don't know that yet. So Gary number two nine five five nine thirty three forty nine when we get back. We'll talk to Gary co about last week's Pardee derby, and Gary Cohen, I had a bet about I'd say there wasn't going to be a fish seventeen inches caught there. Let's find out who won. You like a good fit. We get it. Your best running shoes. You're lucky cap. Your favorite pair of jeans, your favorite things feel made for you. Your education should to university of Maryland university..
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"Student admitted through fraud. An honest genuinely talented student was rejected the British parliament has just voted on prime minister. May's latest. Brexit proposal is to the right. Two hundred and forty two. Three. Nineteen. So the nose heavy. I love. British voters will have a second referendum on whether to wakes at the EU one after another nations and airline's, grounding, seven thirty-seven max, h Germany, France, the UK the Netherlands and other European countries have grounded their nations 737 max aids and they've closed their airspace to the passenger jet, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, Australia and other countries have done the same their civil aviation agency said they did so out of an abundance of caution here in the US. The FAA has yet to issue such an order until they have evidence from the investigation into the fatal. Ethiopian Airlines crash that suggests there's a specific problem with the Maxine the FAA is unlikely to take similar action the agency rarely grounds and aircraft. And only after it has a specific reason to do. So I'm Steve Kastenbaum. On Wall Street, the Dow was down ninety three the s&p up eight points. I'm Mike boss. It's time to check the roads in the K, Don traffic center. This report is sponsored by Pardee homes. We've got some crash activity for you over the intersection of Jones and Sahara watch for delays near there. Also, alter at valley view, we've got an accident there as well. That's a hit and run police on their way. Learn how to lock in a great thirty year interest rate and save thousands on a move in ready dream home today. Visit party modern dot com. Nevada contractor's license number three six three three eight. I'm Ryan LeVine in the K, dawn traffic.
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"Yeah. You know, that was the thing. And we're gonna move them to Atlanta. They were gonna play Georgia techs grant field. They thought they had an agreement with a couple of guys up there. We again, they didn't produce any money. Loud. Went to the extreme of calling the tangerine bowl of pig. Patty, didn't endear himself to many people down there again. He he looked at and his being racially motivated. I'm not sure everybody I talked to everybody. I read about that. As a crutch where he just didn't have the money to to fund the team and to run the team. Yeah. They were gonna move to our land that was around the sixth seventh week of the season. But that's all through. So again, you know, you got all these things going on where we're gonna play. Are we gonna play here? We're going to be in Orlando. Are we going to be in Atlanta, or we're going gonna exist? And you know, that's gonna wear on you every I mean, you know, I look at myself am I gonna keep working when I'm not getting paid? You know, no matter where I'm working in football is a tough game to play for free. You know, it's just it's really a physically demanding sport and a job. Whereas, you know, you're working at your job. You're getting paid for thirteen weeks. And you're expecting to still be you know, doing a top notch job. Whereas you can't pay your bills. You can't, you know, buy groceries whenever might be. It's just amazing how these guys still hung in there. And despite all these distractions, you know, was just amazing to me, and it still is. Yeah. I mean, I I you see various quotes from Pardee basically saying very difficult to concentrate on football. When you have so many rumors of the franchise moving or were not. So what's going on with the ownership group primates, it's not just a loud? But it's also his his Mr. Holiday Inn guy behind the scenes, and I mean, so so how is he keeping this altogether? Because it seems like it's just unraveling from the seems. Yeah. I mean, he he, you know, the players would all say we never saw the guy he would show up with a couple of bodyguards loud. I mean, he would show up, and, you know, trying to, you know, mowing their hopes, but he really, you know, they could tell you really wasn't wasn't honest with them. But yeah, David Williams. He was looking to get get out the guy from the holiday, and he kicked him out of the holiday in their offices were kicked out of the holiday. Did. He was backing off of his involvement in the franchise at this time. This is getting toward the latter part of the season, and it was just really falling apart. It was like you said dysfunctional from the word go it really was it was just a team that just pan. All if if it could go wrong. Indeed, go wrong for them. I mean, just everything but not not a day went by that. There was some kind of crisis. There was some kind of a problem going on. They had to deal with you know, the coaches were trying to trying to keep their spirits up because everyone to a lot of the same things. They're not getting paid party was not getting paid. He had some money saved. Thank goodness that he could get through. But you know, he's he's trying to keep these guys up well on the same time he's going through issues himself because he's not getting paid his wife. I guess at one time went to a store to buy some groceries. The the manager there saw who was followed her home and grabbed the groceries out of her hand and took them back to the store because he didn't think her check was gonna pass and it was gonna about. So she couldn't even buy groceries there at the store at the local store because of the fact that they had such a reputation by that time that the team was just not gonna make the team today. How many money anybody who showed you check was not gonna was not gonna it was gonna bounce. It was like going to pass. And it was a guy that said, you know, he couldn't even get work done on his car because of the fact..
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"But then another thing was that again, you had a a really bad time in American business. We had a recession going on at the time. And it started in seventy three a lot of people did not have, you know, disposable income. Whether they were fans, whether they were owners, so you really had a a a really limited amount of people that you could check on as far as being in a you know for perspective owners in the league. Because of the fact that it was just a really bad time financially in the country with all the, you know, a lot of different things going on with the recession. They call them at the stagflation they called it. You know, everything was just kinda working. Against him at the time. But he just I guess puzzled Davidson said yet, I can I can do this. And I guess it was a name, but he's a guy by the name of the Joseph Wheeler who had a reimburse all Aji business that said that he was a forty eight years old Rian biology engineering company, and he was he was said he was going to bring a team to Washington DC again had trouble with that. Because of the fact that the Redskins had an exclusive lease on RFK stadium. They couldn't get in there. They finally did say that they were going to have to pay an exorbitant amount. If they wanted to which he was not going to pay but one of the front office guys called Wheeler. George Plumpton of the club owning set. See, you know, he thought the guy was kinda sincere. But he just didn't have the money. Just didn't have the wherewithal stay he and the this office. Official said, you know, he had a he had a chance to get out at one point. He had a five million dollar offer for base we had the time or non-existent franchise to sell it and make a big profit. And but this guy Wheeler thought he was sitting on a ten million dollar property, and instead of jumping out with an enormous profit at the time with a guy that may have had the, you know, the flame intial money to be able to fund the team he kept them. And you know, the rest is is history as he tried to again, moved from Washington then down to an apples then to Norfolk. So he just didn't have the money. It seems like the motorcycle Ron it was to kind of like, okay DC itself. It's not gonna work. So let me see if I can look in the the regional, Washington DC area and extending that boundary a bit more, which is I guess we're Norfolk's Norfolk sort of came into play. Perhaps also the fact that the Squires of the. A row Foreman's basketball team. They are at least had some I dunno professional credibility, so to speak, but but it didn't work out a Norfolk either. Right. I mean, but this is also the time. So okay. This is it's really important sort of set this up because this is also the time of very crucial player in all of this comes into play this guy, Jack Pardee, right? So is this is this around the time where Jack party is hired as coach was he was he on line to to be the coach when they were in DC as well. Or did that not happen till Norfolk or have one when did he come into the picture party jeopardy came right at the end of January? The team is still in Washington. There's a picture of him with Wheeler owning what would have been the the prototype, Washington and Basseterre is held it which was white with a football shaped load on the side of the big w that had the capitol building in the back right hand on the old Washington senators logo from the fifties and sixties at. That type of thing. And yeah, he was in there. But he was the guy who really add some stability to the franchise. He really got him going in the right direction. He knew how was doing where even from that point. Even just having retired from football and seventy two and worked as a year as an assistant coach with George Allen..
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"How to listen to the podcast? It's all right there. And we've been talking about just how far left how far left are these guys going to go and the Democratic Party from Bernie Sanders Medicare for all they're saying, let's get rid of all private insurance to okay, we're gonna try and get rid of all cows and airplanes, and it's gotten insane, man. And now Joe Biden says Mike Pence is decent guy, and he has to backtrack off that because otherwise man I Email we'll just get out now. And then only getting what's going on with Robert Kraft. Can you could you imagine? They have videotape on Robert Kraft in this spa and yet. He's probably going to get a not guilty verdict. I'll tell you why to hang tight John wanted to jump in. And just how far the left is going. John from California, you're on the Savage Nation. Gerrad ahead. Sorry. We lost John. Let's go to Timothy in North Carolina wanted to talk about this whole Medicare for all thing. Timothy, you're on the Savage Nation. Go right ahead. She got on Medicare myself back in two thousand ten workers kind of early 'cause I'm only thirty seven now or you disabled. Yes. Yeah. That's that's how you can get it early. Go right ahead. Yes. But here's the thing are in October twenty fourteen actually got a letter from the social security administration. Feeding that Medicare itself is no longer going to have to going to pay for prescription drugs. The Medicare Part D plan and basically been farmed out to the private insurers. So now, I have to go through humanity just to get my prescription drugs, which thankfully, I don't have to get a lot. That's not a big deal. Well, yeah, Timothy, you're you're hitting a great point here. Medicare Part A is for the hospital part Bs for the doctor Pardee is now what the prescriptions, and you know, regular Medicare doesn't include vision hearing dental, which is why people buy part C, which is where private insurance company will just take the money that Medicare has to spend on you. They'll take that every month. And then they'll provide you some kind of an HMO PPO plan that will take care of your doctor your hospital extra hospital. Stay most of them include some vision and some and some dental and hearing, and yes, you're you're your medicines. As well. Your prescription plan is all rolled into part see, but if you don't if you just have original Medicare like you said, you also have to buy that prescription plan from from a carrier. Yeah. Is that they made it. So that you had to go like I have to go through Humana for the prescription drug part, right, which I which has Medicare fraud just blows my mind is like an exactly how are you going to do that people don't quite understand? It do this. It's usually somebody that probably doesn't have Medicare. And and as I was mentioning Timothy the other part of this is Medicare is already going broke. We'll just the people who are on a now and. Over the next seventy five years..
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"How to listen to the podcast? It's all right there. And we've been talking about just how far left how far left of these guys are gonna go and the Democratic Party from Bernie Sanders Medicare for all to they're saying, let's get rid of all private insurance to okay, we're going to try and get rid of all cows and airplanes, and it's gotten insane, man. And now Joe Biden says Mike Pence is a decent guy, and he has to backtrack off that because otherwise man, I mean, we'll just get out now. And then only gonna what's going on with Robert Kraft. Can you could you imagine they have videotape on Robert Kraft in this spa and yet? He's probably going to get a not guilty verdict. I'll tell you why to hang tight John wanted to jump in. And just how far the left is going. John from California, you're on the Savage Nation. Gerrad ahead. Sorry. We lost John. Let's go to Timothy North Carolina wanted to talk about this whole Medicare for all thing. Timothy, you're on the Savage Nation. Go right ahead. Medicare myself back in two thousand ten workers kinda early 'cause I'm only thirty seven. Now. Are you disabled? Yes. Yeah. That's that's how you can get it early. Go right ahead. Yes. But here's the thing are in October two thousand fourteen actually got a letter from the social security administration. Speeding that Medicare itself is no longer going to have to pay for prescription drugs. The Medicare Part D plan basically been farmed out to the private insurers. So now, I have to go through humanity just to get my prescription drugs, which thankfully, I don't have to get a lot. So that's not a big deal will. Yeah, Timothy, you're you're hitting a great point here. Medicare Part A is for the hospital part Bs for the doctor Pardee is now what the prescriptions, and you know, regular Medicare doesn't include vision hearing dental, which is why people buy part C, which is where a private insurance company will just take the money that Medicare has to spend on you. They'll take that every month. And then they'll provide you some kind of an HMO or PPO plan that will take care of your doctor your hospital. Extra hospital. Stay most of them include some vision and some and some dental and hearing, and yes, you're your your medicines. As well. Your prescription plan is all rolled into part. But if you don't if you just have original Medicare like you said, you also have to buy that prescription plan from from a carrier. Yeah. That's what I was saying is that the diktat they made it. So that you had to go like I have to go through Humana for the prescription drug part, right, which I which has Medicare fraud just blows my mind is like an exactly how are you going to do the right people? Don't quite understand, it do they it's usually somebody that probably doesn't have Medicare. And and as I was mentioning Timothy the other part of this is Medicare is already going broke. We'll just the people who are on a now. And and over the next seventy five years, they said we're gonna have thirty seven trillion dollars in unfunded liabilities for Medicare of what we have right now right now every year Medicare costs increase seven point four percent annually. Private insurance costs are only going up four point seven percent annually. Medicare is driving this huge increase in healthcare costs. And it's unsustainable. In fact, by twenty twenty six we're gonna be generating ninety one percent of what we need to pay for Medicare. That's it and every year will be generating less and less and less of what Medicare actually costs. That's why it'd be getting deeper and deeper and deeper into debt, and then you throw everybody else on it. Oh, no problem. I mean because after all it's a right. And since it's a right. We can just wave a magic wand. And it'll just be taken care of don't worry about paying for it. Oh, well, we'll have the rich pay for it. You could take every penny all the rich have. And you're not gonna be able to pay.
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"Our president of the effort to criminalize politics on the left to take out. Our president. Academia Hollywood same crowd. The media. Of course, the democrat party, and then they enlist law enforcement. And unfortunately at the higher echelons of the FBI and the department of Justice there were not enough patriots. And courageous men and women to resist. The same exact thing is taking place in the country of Israel. Same exact thing. The left has figured this out. The leftist figured this out. What you need to use these totalitarian tactics. So elections have consequences if you allow them to have consequences. So it's not good enough to institutionalize their agenda in the various departments and agencies of government or in the various court rooms around the country. They do the same again in Israel. Now what you need to do. Now is use the criminal Justice system to turn Justice on its head. You need to use the laws. The laws to destroy the laws. And the Democrats are good at this. Because for them the ends justify the means. Power at all costs party. I and the same takes place in the country of Israel. The left is not really any different from one country to the next, and there are a lot excuse me similarities between the left in the United States in Israel. Fact, I know of a of a young man he belongs to an organization now, he's Jewish. He pretends to love Israel. He's an American. And he and that group he works for would do anything to destroy the prime minister anything. And the prime minister was in fact, indicted today, as I told you we would be in the media had been stating it in Israel for twenty four hours. So they leak that too. And the way the American medias reporting, it is really disgraceful. But everything the American media does with few exceptions is disgraceful. Talk about bribery. Why don't they talk about the fact that we're talking about cigars and champagne? How they're talking about breach of trust with the public. Why don't want to explain what they're talking about? Which is a matter of the prime minister talking to various publishers about getting more positive press. Then they say, well, he was going to do a favor for them and change a law. Well, even though forty members of the Knesset voted to do exactly that and got favorable press from that newspaper. The prime minister did not support the law and instead called for another election. This is some time ago. This prime minister has done nothing to warrant this kind of treatment. Just as Donald Trump has done nothing to warrant the kind of treatment. He's receiving but the left and the international left, just like, the international Marxist. They got their game plan down Soros has his game plan down. They all do. Benjamin Netanyahu has been the target has been the object to the American left for very very long time. Barack no house Benita Obama. Tried to interfere with the last election is you know, we've talked about it many times. To take out Netanyahu. Tomase thing that Obama wasn't indicted in Israel, isn't it? Because he was no better than Ladimir Putin when it came to the Israeli elections. You don't hear that in the American media because the American media suck. That's why. The only modern president to interfere in. Our election has been all bombing afraid and two of them the Israeli and the American election at least his surrogate state at the FBI, the department of Justice and in our various intelligence agency, so bomb interfere with two elections. Trump interfered with none. So the left in our country working with the left in Israel has been trying to take Netanyahu out. And they think they happen. This time. Isn't it obvious? They indicted him six weeks before the election six weeks before the election. These investigations have been going on. What seems like forever? But they're specifically time. To hurt him. The most. Shortly before the election. But the man is a fighter much like Trump. The extent to which the left hates Netanyahu is like the extent to which the left hates our president. In the United States. He runs that deep and the media. Here's the difference in Israel. There is no Fox News. There is no conservative talk radio. The media, basically is is an ideological. Monolith. Much like our so-called mainstream media, that's anything, but mainstream intellectual monopoly intellectual monolith. But in Israel. There's nowhere else to go. So the prime minister a tremendous friend of this country, and we are to him. Is in deep trouble. Now, I'm terms of his election. I just hope the conservatives in Israel, whether they're members of Likud or some of the other smaller parties as well as the more conservative religious parties. I just hope they use this as an opportunity to get out the vote. To energize them. Or they're gonna lose this election. Losing this election? They could lose their country. I'm not kidding about that just as the Chinese the Russians. The rainiest and the North Koreans rooting for the Democrats in this party the rooting for the liberal parties in Israel too because they know these are weak parties. These are appeasement parties. So Netanyahu today. Spoke to his nation. From his. Prime minister quarters in Jerusalem. Here in part is what he said now, it's through a translator. So it may be a little broken up. We'll do our best cut one. Go have special broadcasts. You have parties in broadcast rules. I have to tell you. I don't remember when the left was so happy as now what he's saying is like in our country. Basically our reporters so called in our editors so-called, and our producer so-called in these newsrooms are Democrats, the vast majority of Democrats and liberals that's what he's saying. You have parties his opponent opposition parties in the newsroom. Go ahead. Only creating whole cloth. Clothing creating call suits out of all cloth. All these parties. When they did it to you. According to the ministerial Justice. A great hero of Israel. The previous chief of staff to another one another hero of Israel kalani. They choke them. They had parties some nigger. Both molly. Kalani. They were detailed claims. Supposedly allegedly proofs to nothing in their case. Because you know, how it ends. A lot of cases it ended with zero nothing. Why did it come to nothing because there was nothing? So he's obviously talking about others who've been charged. And in the end found innocent. And once you remember the underlying facts in this case in one case, we're talking about cigars and champagne from friends. And other the other two cases, essentially, you're talking about the prime minister talking to these publishers and asking for better coverage, which is not a crime. It's perfectly legitimate. And they claim he wanted something exchange in one case that is the publisher fairly liberal media outlet. And the Kennedys had forty members of the Knesset voted. That way and that prime minister posted. And at the American media. The clowns the fools who you hear on radio at the top of the hour that idiots you hear on TV, although tell you is the president of Israel, the prime minister, rather viscera was indicted on bribery. That's one of the briberies that they're talking about one of the bribery charges that sound like bribery to you. And a breach of public faith while that's. Kind of ambiguous. So the left in our country and the left in Israel. Now, use the criminal Justice system to destroy their opponents. And in this case attempting to destroy great men. Men of history. Let's continue briefly cut to go ahead in. This wish hunt against me. Luba Shuman food. They didn't avoid any means. They are literally or figuratively causing this to seal the blood of my family, my son. Shaming. My son broke my family. For three years. They've done this under the league through seven seven levels of hell. Started by closing tried to claim that I my wife. Six. Six cases of bribery. Now, even before the hearing before I spoke. Even before. All the documents disprove everything already. Now. Five out of the six cases all destroyed. Falling apart. Be better. If they had a translator who spoke, better English. I mean, they quite seriously. So the prime minister now is not only fighting. Political warriors fighting a personal war. Because for the left in America and the left in Israel. It's not enough to have a fair fight over politics. You have to destroy your opponent. In israel. They're trying to actually imprison the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and in the United States. They're actually trying to imprison the president of the United States down Trump. I'll be right back. Mm-hmm. With a look at the roads, here's Nippon Santo from the one zero one five seven twenty AM traffic center. This report sponsored by Pardee homes. Now,.
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"Even if you are sixty five you don't have to you don't have to reply for it. But the bottom line rule is if you fail the sign up for Medicare during your window seven month window around your sixty fifth birthday. There is a penalty that will apply as I said earlier, you're part B premium which is the doctor coverage is going to go up ten percent for every year that you delay that you should get it. The part d. Pardee premium is your prescription drug coverage. That's going to go up one percent for every year that you delays. So again, if you delayed two years, you know, you're looking at a twenty two percent increase. Okay. Twenty percent before being two percent for the party. So you've got to keep that in mind. Will you need a supplemental policy? The answer is probably. Yes, again, it depends because there are different things. You can do it's not a requirement to have a supplemental policy, but those supplemental policies will help you a lot with your co pays your deductibles things like that. Well, that in in you gotta look in our checklist the retirement checklist, it talks about being a veteran. So many people forget and never signed up for their veterans. And that's one of our questions when we get working with seniors. Do you have veteran benefits, and they'll just like, I don't know. And I go, well, here's another booklet. Here's the number. We need to find out because you you may find out clients come in their older they've already. He retired. They took a second look. And when we shared with them that will you're spending money, you don't have to spend every dollar in retirement is critical and every tax savings dollar being tax efficient. So knowing what your benefits are. So on the checklist is again like, hey, don't forget if you served you wanna see what your benefits are?.
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"Hundred wwl w this is sports talk. I'm Lance mcalister. Gary Jeff Walker in after nine and after the president you will hear the president at straight up nine o'clock here on seven hundred wwl w don't forget if you want to reach out to connect them on Email Lancet, Lance mcalister dot com. You can always follow on Instagram at Lance mcalister. So Sunday was the anniversary. And I I made note of it. I had it scheduled to post on Sunday. I'm always aware year to year, and I like to do the calculations that I think it offers the context it's one thing to say Sunday was the twenty eighth anniversary since the Bengals last playoff win. Think about that just say that out loud it is much different. If you calculated the number of days and say Sunday was day number ten thousand two hundred twenty seven since the Bengals last won a playoff game January sixth nineteen Ninety-one saying that outlet. How is that possible? How is it possible? Twenty eight years and ten thousand two hundred and twenty s now two hundred twenty nine days since a playoff win. I wrote about this on the blog at seven hundred wwl w dot com. I offered context and perspective on Cincinnati sports. At that time. Mario has pulled up the the video and the audio. We're going to play a little bit of this a flavor of that moment. January sixth nineteen Ninety-one. It was just one of those days. Not just any ordinary day in the NFL. We really had a great day. That's exactly true. A data dance for the Bengals a lousy rather? Forget about a day for the going on. Came down the whole game. Jack Pardee in a fog after this one the players and someone of a fog during the game but much of that had to do with the way the Bengals played this game. This is a team that at the right time of year appears to be peaking that might be the phrase of the week phrase of the year just might be the Bengals at Oilers on the NFL hot seat today. It was a day to be at your best chance to get excited again, despite the second straight Sunday of horrible weather signs were bright the fans were loud and the team was reading that.
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"Those who are just tuning in. We made the announcement this morning that after thirty years thirty years on the other side of the glass here. Joe Hosni Armacost we'll be leaving goss- to take on another job with. Oh. Name that. I know you're familiar with Dan Bongino, as you know, Dan is he does a podcast and a lot of other things and Joe has been working with him on the side for the last three years or so and now he's going to go full time with Dan Bongino. See I thought Dan Bongino, the be honest with you remember, Dan ran for congress in the sixth congressional district. You remember that right? Right. And the the old that was old Roscoe Bartlett's district. And the only reason why Dan laws is because they gerrymandered the sixth district to get the Republican outta there right now. Of course, the supreme court has ruled that the sixth congressional district has to be re district. The conform with the law. And so it's going to be more. More more advantageous now for a Republican to win. So. When I heard this. I was gonna call Dan say do you want to come back to Maryland and run again in the sixth district? He came pretty close to the last. Yeah. On election day the day of the election. He was the winner. But he counted and followed up he just I think he lost one percent or so it wasn't a loads, and it was only because under the old redistricting that the supreme court ruled against that there were there were a lot of conservative conservatives taken out of the district and more Democrats put in and that's the reason why Dan lost. Otherwise, we would be calling him today. Congressman Bongino as opposed to him appearing on FOX and Haas would never believing. Nice dobie. Let me tell you how how we got together. It was because of this place. He came in here when he was running for congress and Senate he was one of our Q and A M politicians will jump on the air. Right. So I I work with him. You were and the second time I'm going. This guy's unbelievable on the air. Listen to this guy. What he had to say was one thing. But the way did it was another, you know. And so I did something that most producers is pretty much out of decor. When he came back on the side of the glass, I said, dude. Whatever happens. Did you ever think about doing this for a living? And he goes, he goes, do you think? Think I could do that. Yes. I do. I do I think. Well, what do we do? And I said, well, there's this podcasting thing. And there you go see we should have hired in the, Dan. And we would have gotten him cheap. Yeah. Yeah. It's too late too late. Jeep anymore. Now, he's got he's got quite a background. He's a former secret service agent. Former New York City police detective you'll be well protected Joe. And I to watch. Always bear big time conservative and sometimes being a conservative again, get you in trouble. I mean, we had this woman. Apparently, she can't get a house. Now, she can't run a house in Washington state due to her politics. She's a conservative woman denied permission to rent a living unit because she is a conservative the story is outlined by a reporter or our column columnist in the town hall explaining the problem facing, I think her name is. Pardee upper deaths. Salah whatever the woman who is a conservative, and who was worked at Fox News, and is now a graduate student and she shared an Email that she got in response to her inquiry about a rental after pursuing this is this is the response. She got rob. This is unbelievable. I can't imagine that this goes on today. But I guess it does the response you got about wanting to rent a unit out in Washington state was after pursuing your journalistic and social media posts, it's pretty clear, your political views are diametrically opposed to ours. And we hate FOX. And they wouldn't run tour. Now, there is a case of discrimination. And why is it that these people aren't up to task we we were talking about that? I guess Bruce the other morning we were saying the last the last thing she might want to try as well. Yeah. I watch FOX. But I'm Shepard Smith fan, maybe that would work. So you covered this last week. Yeah. We talked about it. A and we mentioned she should say. Well, look, I like Shepard Smith. Good. How I don't know. As much of a concern like as much as a conservative. How does Shepard Smith survive on FOX? I mean, look he is so way out there talk about and he's supposed to be a journalist with Hannity. That's different because you know, he's. He has opinions and that's the bills himself as a commentator hiving opinions. And what have you the same way? But we talked about that Dan Bongino. But that's segment that Shepard Smith is supposed to be all about news, and you're not supposed to slanted or whatever. He does. Yeah. But there's still a personality for that hour that three o'clock hour is his and then Cavuto comes on at four, and everybody's Gatling like point of view that you can sort of pinpoint because Ludo is you know, leans a bit conservative. I guess, but yeah. This Olympic Smith is a liberal actually Cavuto, the, you know, there are a lot of liberals on Fox News. Right. Sure. And I think caboodle is to you know, he's I think he leans more liberal. There was a time when I thought he did. Was leaning more conservative. But now since the boys the boys have taken over from Rudolf Berta things are changing at Fox News. And I would I've suggested this before with all the conservative billionaires out there. You would think the somebody would step in now and begin operating a true all conservative network that that, but where's the money? I mean need money, and you don't have any anybody that I know of right now like Sheldon Adelson or.