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"phil dining" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"phil dining" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"And Nick Fox, Nick And the boys. They are doing a wonderful renovation of bathrooms. They do what they call the West space, which is the shower tub area. That's what they specialize in, and they take out that old crusty tub and put in a beautiful shower. With no threshold they put in. That means you can roll right in. If you have a wheelchair, they can put grab bars in there they come, but benches It's beautiful. It's custom made, or they could do a tub shower combination. They can also do the whole bathroom and they're giving special discounts for seniors and veterans. Renew home innovations dot com. Look at the website. It's renew home. Innovations dot com We trust him. We like him. Okay. Now, um, we are going to try to get to the bottom of this money thing with Greg. For sure. Shadow. I want to take your comment quickly on on Cove it and the related shutdowns. And then back to Greg and Susan, who wants to find a car for her friend, Greg. I mean shadow. Go ahead with your comment. Thanks. Uh, only because you want to know how we feel. Yes, I do. Stock market. Thank you. The stock market does not represent how America's doing back in the seventies, when we had that appointment it dropped. We have a national panel of worldwide pandemic. The stock market is a barometer on how rich people feel and nothing more. All these businesses are gonna go up. Not true. A lot of people have 41 case It works yet. Yeah. You work for Wal Mart er No company or cattle or anybody but hold on mark. Let let him finish. We'll get into that because I do I understand. But what he is saying is mostly when people look at the stock market. I do believe I truly do believe that the importance of the stock market might be a little exaggerated for people who simply don't know what the hell they're going to do that day, let alone the stock market. Keep going Shadow. Riddle me this. When's the only time the number one talk show host Highest paid with the number one show for 20 years got fired? Any idea? Who is that? By the way, Phil dining here, Phil Donahue. Do you have any idea why still done? He was fired? Yeah. No. You know, I don't know. Where is that coming here because he wouldn't shut up about the truth of the Iraq war. The only person to call him out. You can look it up is Amy Goodwin called out Chris Matthews live on TV asking, Why did you fire Phil Down here? It's because there's only six corporations now said there were used to be 50 corporations between before Clinton Custard Telecommunications Act of 1965 Shadow. I don't know what you're talking about. There's only six corporations Now you're sounding crazy. What are you talking about? Hell I own six. Hold on six. What? What? What are you talking about? 66 Corp Shadow. Listen, Shadow. You gotta talk. Just this. Wait one thing at a time. Don't go quoting all these things that what I want to know is this You said there are only six corporations. What do you mean? Well, they are. I don't know the name of them Comcast are you talking about? There are only six major communication corporations. Yeah, That's what you say. But what you said was. There are only six corporations, which puzzled by apology, So so listen Shadow. There is no there is no doubt that a very small number of corporations or or hot control communication. There's no doubt it's always been that way. But there's more now than ever. But you have high tech. You have all the social media and they control a good part of how we think as Americans along with Google, But what is the point? Are you trying to make a point off? What? I haven't heard a point You want to find out who you know the real story on the news. Just find out all the people that got fired from mainstream media go to YouTube. And find all the people that got fired for telling the truth. Ashley Banfield, the crystal ball, You know, there was ah guy that wanted to cover Bernie Sanders. Debate is presidential nomination four years ago, he got fired for just one to cover it. Well, listen, Shadow. I don't doubt I don't doubt that that media skews one way or another. Okay? I don't doubt it. So, so I think it's getting increasingly difficulty find the truth. I'm not sure if why people are fired, but I do. I do know what you're saying. As far as it looks suspicious, we we can't. We basically can't trust anyone in media we can. But that goes for anyone. I've always said this. It's very difficult to be a object. David Media it is and they have a tough job. But, you know, I don't trust anyone source of anything. The reason Donahue was fired. I mean, the guy's somewhat correct. I'm reading about it here directly from Donahue himself. He worked for MSNBC at the time, and he was pretty much anti war and that's not the view that that particular TV station wanted to represent. So they said, if you don't want to conform to our ways, get out of here and he got out of there. I mean that. What's not normal about that? Yeah, No, I know, but but listen again. I don't want to get off on a tangent. But thank you. Shadow appreciated by the way over the majority of Americans own stock in some way over 50%. In fact, almost 60% of people own stocks. So the guy's like night. No, I understand that Mark. The stock market is a good indicator of how people feel okay, as far because and 41 case and all of that while people own in therefore one case and in their seps and retirement plans about their life insurance, Tom, How about virtually every investment if some degree is tied back into something? Mark it is, but I want to say this because this is very important..

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"phil dining" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"phil dining" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"The number one talk show host Highest paid with the number one show for 20 years got fired? Any idea? Who is that? By the way, Phil dining here, Phil Donahue. Do you have any idea why still done? He was fired, You know, you know, I don't know where he is here because he wouldn't shut up about the truth of the Iraq war. The only person to call him out. You can look it up is Amy Goodwin called Out. Chris Matthews live on TV, asking Why did you fire Phil done here? It's because there's only six corporations now said there were used to be 50 corporations between before Clinton tested Telecommunications Act of 1965 Shadow. I don't know what you're talking about. There's only six corporations Now you're sounding crazy. What are you talking about? Till Hell I own six. Hold on six. What? What? What are you talking about? 66 Corp Shadow. Listen, Shadow. You gotta talk. Just this. Wait one thing at a time. Don't go. Quoting all these things. They what I want to know is this You said there are only six corporations. What do you mean? Well, they are. I don't know the name of them Comcast are you talking about? There are only six major communication corporations. Yeah, That's what you say. But what you said, was their only six corporations, which puzzled by solid so so listen Shadow. There is no there is no doubt that a very small number of corporations or or hot control communication. There's no doubt it's always been that way. But there's more now than ever. But you have high tech. You have all the social media and they control a good part of how we think as Americans along with Google, But what is the point? Are you trying to make a point off? What? I haven't heard a point yet Want to find out who you know the real story on the news. Just find out all the people that got fired from mainstream media, go to YouTube and find all the people that got fired for telling the truth. Ashley Banfield, the crystal ball. You know, there was AH guy that wanted to cover Bernie Sanders debate his presidential nomination four years ago, he got fired for just one to cover it. Well, listen, Shadow. I don't doubt I don't doubt that that media skews one way or another. Okay? I don't doubt it. So, so I think it's getting increasingly difficulty find the truth. I'm not sure if why people are fired, but I do. I do know what you're saying. As far as it looks suspicious, we we can't. We basically can't trust anyone in media we can. But that goes for anyone. I've always said this. It's very difficult to be a object. David Media it is and they have a tough job. But, you know, I don't trust anyone source of anything. The reason Donahue was fired. I mean, the guy's somewhat correct. I'm reading about it here directly from Donahue himself. He worked for MSNBC at the time, and he was pretty much anti war and that's not the view that that particular TV station wanted to represent. So they said, if you don't want to conform to our ways, get out of here and he got out of there. I mean that. What's not normal about that? Yeah, No, I know, but but listen again. I don't want to get off on a tangent. But thank you. Shadow appreciated by the way over the majority of Americans own stock in some way over 50%. In fact, almost 60% of people own stocks. So the guy's like night. No, I understand that Mark. The stock market is a good indicator of how people feel okay, as far because and 41 case and all of that while people own in therefore one case and in their seps and retirement plans about their life insurance, Tom, How about virtually every investment if some degree is tied back into something? Mark it is, but I want to say this because this is very important. Those people, however, do not on a daily basis or even a weekly basis. Their wealth does not depend on it. Like some people, I think when people say that we exaggerate the importance of the stock market, those people are saying That the common person doesn't follow it from day to day. And I understand that they they don't But to say it doesn't mean anything is ridiculous. It is a barometer and it is an important barometer. Let's let's talk now, Greg. The bottom line is The money that was collected. I need to know something. Are there regular deuce collected in this lacrosse club or only assessments when things are needed? On Lee when needed, So as each seat upcoming season comes up money is collected to pay for future. Turn them out. Except you of the following. Seems logical to me that let's just say he took 20 bucks from each player for a tournament and the tournament was never played. That that money should be in the Treasury and re funded what that's common sense. Why would he resist such a thing? Can on Lee speculate. But my guess is that the money was that sentence spent. For personal items or for other things. Well, you know what? Then? We got to get to the bottom. Greg. We got to get to the bottom of this. Do you have a phone number and contact imprint information for this guy? Yes, I do. Okay. Hold on. I want Marty. I want Deputy. Be To take a stab at this. I see that he's on Hello, Marty or Deputy B. I want I want the B dog to do it because he's tenacious with stuff like this. He also has some follow ups. If he wants to call in. He's on He's in Florida right now, but he's on yes. Yeah. Real quick or Mark Phil Donahue thing. I'm just sitting here seething at you know, if all the sudden somebody that's been on Fox News forever. I don't care who it is decides to show up, and they want to start doing a liberal show that has nothing to do with the agenda. Ah, Fox News. They're going to fire his ass. That's normal stuff When you work for a big corporation, guess what you have to do what they say. That's it. That's their vision. That's up in employer. I have to say it. What else do you say? Why does that not make sense to that guy? Well, indeed, I think he was saying it was some kind of they're trying to suppress. The truth is what he was saying. Oh, guess what? Dara Dara Dara company. Guess what they could represent. Whatever the hell they want to, that's it. They can You know? Think, though we need to think in a bigger picture. Do you think media companies whether it be CNN, Fox, MSNBC or Something like Twitter. I mean, that is a media company. No matter how you look at a Facebook do they have a receives its ability? Do they have a responsibility not to filter I've wondered. Do you think they have a responsibility or they should leave it.

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"phil dining" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"phil dining" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"I he wants to make sure what I told him the truth. Supplying the Rosedale Lakers, afternoon clown one of his pals lands in his helicopter whenever he needs Oh, he guiding doesn't it or to enjoying the Dr. Phil. Dining toy and I'm not in doing. Let The sun on the. Air Cocaine. The hotel. Will drive around the back. Fill. hunching bags. Of his hair though. They have some lunch in the hotel and then we'll look Clark. NOT HERE YOU'LL BE The syndicate doesn't make mistakes and they said he'd be here. Allen finished with lunch finished. Then we'll ask Iran. Is a kind of a guy I think wouldn't pass up. Tommy. Farrell Worthy, O? Just get him. I don't looked like the caffeinate the canary. You have arden, Canary Chicken Petit and barry good to both helping lunch with Phil. I never know golly dinner at a reasonable hour. All from what I can get. What's the Gizmo with quirky blue things origin what are you hanging around here for where should I hang around this bungalow Bangalore doesn't he live here in the hotel course nine? Oh, I forgot you wouldn't know me up here. So many times the woods are like brothers to make we better hurry. Fill out on the lake with Ella fine just what I was going to. That bill. We're coming along. Tommy has to show your. School..

"phil dining" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

09:35 min | 2 years ago

"phil dining" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To Illinois dot com slash yes thank you bye very well done seven forty seven back with Scott Kleinberg social media strategist Facebook's zoom alternative is here is it better than Jim Scott no it is not better than zoom I applaud Facebook for doing what it's doing but not quite at that guy up yet so like you said it's called room it's now available globally and when you log onto Facebook one of the things you're going to see right away is if you're on a desktop you'll see that option at the top to create a room if you're using a mobile apps to get a pop up that says rooms are now available would you like to try it out it gives you a little explainer what they're what Facebook is doing to set it apart from zoom is because you had a lot of problems with the technology with security they're trying to tell you that this is a safe place to be so crazy because you you have total control over who's in your room it could either be your friends or you can give anybody that you want L. U. R. L. or link that they can click on and they can join into the room but the point is it's not something where it's a free for all these right now where anybody can just jump into a roommate Calista friends or at or a list of the U. R. L. that you give them you can hold video chats about the fifty people friends are able to see white at the top of their speed when you have a room active so if you make one that says activate that Bob's room now active well whatever you decide to call it I can tell at any time if a friend has a room going just by going to the top or by clicking on a button on the app sh and it's available within Facebook groups and events what that means is it's still rolling out it's available to all but it's not available to peaches so if you have a really big brand K. H. with thousands of people you can't create a room within that yet because I think they're just making sure that it works but soon you'll be able to go to a business page for example and maybe that business page will have an entire room devoted to a topic that's going on so there's a lot of room for that to be to be a really really cool thing and I took a look around just to see what it says and there is a feature that I didn't know they were doing which is you don't have to stay in the room of the room to work I can launch a room called Scott's room and put a note up top and say welcome everybody and leaks and everybody can just be in that room and do whatever they want so it's a cool place to hang out A. N. is there a time limit like there is on zoom there is not and that's the thing that that's the thing that takes a lot of getting used to when you're in tune you get forty minutes for a meeting and when you're on Facebook rooms I have logged on to Facebook in the morning and in someone's room at the top and then go back to Facebook at five in the afternoon that room is still there now the thing is it doesn't mean that there's going to be people in it all day long it basically means Hey you need a break from what's going on your date you want to hang out with friends or you just want to see what other people are doing you can come to this room and I think that is where they're going to have power over is in terms of what the feature set is because that's something you really don't two one six interesting and now let's move on to Instagram and I know that in the past hi videos would disappear fairly quickly on Instagram Wednesday on there yes on Instagram stories you would have twenty four hours and Dan the video would disappear and you know you can't say it publicly anymore but now they're making it so the option will switch it over to I. G. G. B. I. G. G. B. expand her Instagram TV addict something that Instagram has always had but it's not one of those things that a lot of people really look at it kind of like it's kind of like you two been away longer videos but those are the ones that stay around forever but the ones you're talking about we have expired and now they're making it so they basically have a shelf life so you can choose do you want to have a video that quick in last twenty four hours a lot of people really really enjoy that a lot of young people really enjoy that what more do you want to create a video that lasts twenty four hours and then moves over into another section of Instagram where you can say Hey we recorded this video that lasted twenty four hours if you'd like to see it again share with your friends or watch it you know watch again for whatever reason now you have a place to do that as you know Scott because I see your name pop up when Marianne and I do Facebook alive in the evening we do Instagram live at the same time so in the blast obviously your Facebook live cast lives on there on Facebook but the Instagram live cast would disappear so now that's going to stay up it will stay up if you tell it that you want to stay up yes you before you had you had no option it was twenty four hours and that there so now yes you can stay up what I'm not sure about yet because it was stolen out I'm not sure yet if this is a global setting where you go into the settings and you say I want all of my story after twenty four hours to move here or if it's story by story I'm assuming that you'll have the option to do both but for someone like you would marry and who you know like you know engage with your community it might make sense for you to save it for later for all of them but it looks like people are going to have a choice in how they're going to do that it will be interesting to see how people embrace that because different people use social media in different ways and they listen to me talking about Facebook live Instagram live in asking all these questions you you'd think I was a millennial Scott I never thought I'd see the day you think to Graham's story expert but I probably about a really great idea thanks is with Scott Kleinberg help have a good day stand UP about take it all right we'll talk to you next week it's seven fifty three right now and I have a lot of listener feedback here have a couple of minutes here catch up on a couple of things in the mail box a lot of people still commenting on Paul Harvey and our moment of Zen also love you and your talent Paul Harvey segments are thumbs up excellent show thank you yep we may have more rest of the story episode stay tuned Bob I love you show love the music choices love the Zen moment disliked the return of Paul Harvey Randy all right duly noted so pleasant to listen to your show you're doing a great job bring back Paul Harvey had Bob drop the moment of Zen and bring pack Paul Harvey we're gonna do another moment of Zen in spite of popular demand after the eight thirty news this morning we'll try it out again hi Bob your moment of Zen is just okay I was at a St Patrick's party and they had two harps plus the flute and violin the solo harp music was amazing maybe you can find some really enjoy my mornings with all of you have a great day thank you for that years in music reminds me of being in rehab in Hoffman estates not sure if that's a good thing Bob please explain the meaning of excel so you are you mention at the end of your show things well you know what I kind of remembered that back in the day art Roberts used to say that on the radio and also I thought these days with all this going on it would be good to say something that actually means upward and onward and I believe that's on the license plate in New York state is in its I think governor Cuomo may use that term too so I just thought well let's just and the broadcast with excel C. or these days and let's see I got an email here Bob show at WGN radio dot com well enjoying the show and listening to a mailbag segment that we heard someone call your show mindless and boring dribble we strongly disagree your dribble is neither mindless are boring is that a compliment yeah yeah yeah so injure someone should the restaurant segment with lieutenant Hanes interesting and funny yes we have a the lieutenant from the Chicago police department who wrote a book called the B. caps guide to Chicago weeds he's with us every Friday between six thirty and seven in the morning and what else did I want to mention here turn the page here I think I think we're caught up here for the moment dean Richards is going to be here with entertainment news I call his his pics now when he tells us what to watch I refer to that as corn streaming he'll have what to watch as we corn stream and also he's got some some of James cordon surprising a thirteen year old friends fan who had a virtual by Mr that that'll be fun day here and didn't talk with Phil dining and Marlo Thomas about their new book about marriage and how they met because they actually met at WGN TV so that'll be coming up we talked to dean after the eight o'clock news right here.

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"phil dining" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:03 min | 2 years ago

"phil dining" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The deputy director of Columbia university's national center for disaster preparedness a lot of these programs don't take and in some cases are not allowed to take climate change into account still buying up loans is standard practice for Fannie Mae Freddie Mac and other government backed mortgage giants says Karen Petru it federal financial analytics these are mortgage lenders and securitized there's not meteorologists she says Fannie and Freddie rely on the. national flood insurance program to make sure their assets are protected the report said federal flood insurance policies have declined ever since two thousand six leaving more homes without fun insurance I'm just and hope for marketplace the United States became the world's top or producer this year but there are some new numbers out today raising some eyebrows about how long that might last production this July was down about two percent over a month earlier market place's got tongue explains one of the big questions people are looking at is how much will you get well the big star in the U. S. oil stories fracking technology to drill and break up what's called shale rock and get the oil out but after decades shell oil wells are showing signs of being less productive one reason they're spaced too close together kind of like planting trees too close together says Ryan Newman is an analyst at wood mackenzie you want a give wealth close enough together so that you can come to maximize your recovery but not put them so close together that you're sucking the same oil that the other while would be producing otherwise the question is whether the American shell store you started had a limit or a wall and some analysts see it it's not just the fracking it's also the money Daniel cruise at chorus research says energy investors are more stingy as profits have been low so less money is being put into the oil fields and rising production could turn downward this whole. in the reason that I think it will slip is because you're just not putting the same amount of of resource into the ground when influential bank says US well production is going flat supplies will slow in the oil and gas prices will rise even more next year but Phil dining at the energy consultancy envera says the game isn't over no problem I've always found at that betting against American anything really is not the way to go visual on gas we just need to basically to step it up on the engineering level and and we get there constantly uses profits of doom for U. S. oil production have spoken out in the past and been wrong I'm Scott Tong for market place today brings to a close the government's two thousand nineteen fiscal year and the trading quarter on Wall Street details numbers you know the drill. a company as it is Amazon really doesn't like.

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"phil dining" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"phil dining" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And in some cases are not allowed to take climate change into account still buying up loans is standard practice for Fannie Mae Freddie Mac and other government backed mortgage giants says Karen Petru it federal financial analytics these are mortgage lenders and securitized there's not meteorologists she says Fannie and Freddie reliant. national flood insurance program to make sure their assets are protected the report said federal flood insurance policies have declined ever since two thousand six leaving more homes without fun insurance I'm just and hope for marketplace the United States became the world's top or producer this year but there are some new numbers out today raising some eyebrows about how long that might last production this July was down about two percent over a month earlier market place's got tongue explains one of the big questions people are looking at is how much will you get well the big star in the U. S. oil stories fracking technology to drill and break up what's called shale rock and get the oil out but after decades shell oil wells are showing signs of being less productive one reason they're spaced too close together kind of like planting trees too close together says Ryan Newman is an analyst at wood mackenzie you want a give wealth close enough together so that you can come to maximize your recovery but not put them so close together that you're sucking the same oil that the other while would be producing otherwise the question is whether the American shale store you started had a limit or a wall and some analysts see it it's not just the fracking it's also the money Daniel cruise at chorus research says energy investors are more stingy as profits have been low so less money is being put into the oil fields and rising production could turn downward this whole. in the reason that I think it will slip is because you're just not putting the same amount of of resource into the ground when influential banks as U. S. well production is going flat supplies will slow in the oil and gas prices will rise even more next year but Phil dining at the energy consultancy envera says the game isn't over no problem I've always found at that betting against American anything really is not the way to go visual on gas we just need to basically to step it up on the engineering level and and we get there constantly uses prophets of doom for U. S. oil production have spoken out in the past and been wrong I'm Scott Tong for market place today brings to a close the government's two thousand nineteen fiscal year and the trading quarter on Wall Street details numbers you know the drill. a company as it is Amazon really doesn't like.

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