17 Burst results for "Randall Oh"

"randall oh" Discussed on Fully Automated

Fully Automated

04:46 min | 3 months ago

"randall oh" Discussed on Fully Automated

"That's so awesome. Do you think if Tony were you thinking of Tony Randall? Oh yeah, I might be in Curtis. But whatever. No, I think at the end of the day, look, there's a lot to agree with here. I actually am strongly a cardis fanboy, even after this, even after these 8 hours. You got a grill in the little room. Yeah, and so I guess where I'm pushing back is just with the terms of what was laid out in these 8 hours, which are monstrous and huge and very difficult as I think is on display even in this conversation we've had this last two hours. By episode really. Right. But I think the fighting to be in this podcast. The background condition that he's describing is a very real one. I think he doesn't mention Peter Mayer or these sorts of people. But you know there's a well-known book that came out of the European political science context and a few years ago called ruling the void. And I think it's basically a documentary expanding on the views in that book, which is that the political parties don't really know what to offer anymore except to bludgeon us constantly with the wisdom of experts. And at the end of the day, none of these experts are really all that they don't really have answers. They don't really have ideas. Except to keep massaging the status quo and hoping that that will appease us. And clearly, it's not working because how else do you explain Brexit? How else do you explain Trump? These are burn it all down kind of votes that you are pissed. And this is not to throw any shade..

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"randall oh" Discussed on First Take

First Take

08:08 min | 6 months ago

"randall oh" Discussed on First Take

"Away. Because that's the right thing you can do. It was crazy. H you smell. It was crazy. We could come like myself in particular outcome on tv. And if i disagree with anything that one of the african one of the after my african american brothers are doing in the nba. Just a disagreement now about racism. Just just disagree to this point. You know what. I'm getting called get called the sell out. I get called comb. When i just want my opinion about basketball. Tate's but here it. Is you got actual guys out here. Who are making hundreds of millions of dollars and got a lot of power to put people into a position to be successful people that you'd see him at say has and call on the day to day basis. And you don't do that. But you rather sit up there and call out the stephen a smith you call out of jalen rose or you rather call out of ken perkins because we we don't stay to the poi- are we doing it because will with no fees or minimum on checking and savings accounts banking with capital is like the easiest decision in the history of decisions kind of choosing to listen to another episode of your favorite podcast and with our top rated app you can deposit checks and transfer money anytime anywhere making capital one and even easier decision. Dance banking reimagined. What's in your wallet. Terms apply capital one and a member. Fdic tonight's the night new york in the house and we're introducing a brand new segment. It's called the battle. So here's the deal. Both stephen and max will give three reasons for who takes game five tonight. We'll have forty five seconds to convince us how this will all go down. And let's start with the knicks loyal. Himself steven you're on the clock. Your first reason on who wins game. five woman. First reasons go be julius randle. He shooting twentieth seventy three in this series. I can't believe that the most improved player of the year winner who averaged twenty four and ten or better than forty percent shooting from three point range. This year is going to continue to stink up the joint and wet. The bed and click. Capella is talking about them. The way that he just did and thus far he's right can't be disputed but you're damn sure dispute tonight do random. Be a man amongst boys no fall away take it to the whole ticket to the rat to go right but if you have to go i don't give a damn try to go right though. Take it to the post. Get them big boys. Some foul trouble and played a big basketball will over skill. That's what this comes down to appleby do with he. Hats and dude will over skill. You just praying and hoping the first reason is trae young. And i don't have to talk about prayers and hopes will over skill with trae. Young he absorbs so much of the defense with the outside shooting that loosens up the defense for everyone else not to mention the attacking the paint where he could also finish in the paint. He's a poor man steph curry on these really good under pressure. It seems to me. Trae young makes everyone around him better. He's not just an empty calorie stats guy. Shooting from distance. His offense makes the entire offense worked better. None of it everybody. Whoever's on the floor trae young benefits from him being there so not only. Can you give a thirty foot other guys get better as a result. That's why the hawks right now. Have control of this series stephen a reason to derrick rose. There arose after twenty one and a half points a game in this series. He's played well. Listen and he's been the best player for the new york knicks. It would be quite honest. I think tonight in front of that garden crowd galvanized and motivated by that crowd. I think that derrick rose shows up attack the basket with more vigor. Make sure you take those open. Threes to don't give the ball agyei barrett if the brother ain't making shots in the first quarter because that means he's gonna miss it the next three at some point in time jokes randall. And rj gotta come out swinging aggressive and efficient. And if you're derrick rose you have the power to make sure that that happens. You take the ball in your hands. You do what you need to do this. One game at the top baby. That's all it's just one game at a top about tonight. It's game five zero. Besides randall wet from randall. Oh can't do it so they're going to do it. Real quick your your point number two your point number one and let me give you a second. Let me tell you why number two number one is trae young. That's why the window number two is stephen a. julius randle julius randle is a second reason. The hawks are gonna win. It's not even. His fault is miscast as the primary scoring options. That is not julius randle. You got up and demonstrate college basketball players stephen. A from a million years ago couldn't help himself got up in studio and demonstrated. I would just wait for him to go left. Put your hands in your pocket. what you think. The hawks don't know that they understand. And they got click cappella on the floor to in the paint. Forget it. Julius randle cannot be your number one scoring option. But here's the problem. I don't really think he's number two scoring option in a playoff situation. I think he's best served at the three scoring option. But he's the one. Which is why you immediately moved to derrick rose because you've already enrolled save us the clock. The clock has failed us. This is a work in progress. But i'm i'm keeping track here so stephen you're up with the final reason. Mafia reason is the garden. It's madison square garden. Anything about that. Because you're a traitor you rate. You betrayed new york city. You don't even believe the log into your shouldn't even be allowed to do the show from south street seaport. Here's the bottom line. The new york knicks madison square garden. Game two it was rocking. The arena was literally shaking that it was shaking. That's how electrifying the environment was. And that's why the atlanta hawks so deep beneath that pressure in the fourth quarter. Well guess what they gonna show up and they're gonna show out gay and here something extra that they're going to do. They're going to remind julius randle you gotta max contract state my brother. Now you're going to get about one hundred million dollars but you got an opportunity to make more than one hundred and twenty you go just about anywhere from twenty to thirty million dollars if you tonight. Julius randle and a new york back case whatever is on julius randle you write about the garden stephen. That's my third point to the third reason. The hawks are gonna win. Our fans like you stephen smith fans like you you call me. A tree tore a trade dir e. r. I left the knicks. Because as long as fans like you. And i was like you. Once upon a time enable the losing culture at the garden. Good enough but enough back before. The nets were in town. They have to make the playoffs now. The netra taking over the world okay. Don't gotta get serious. At least you make the playoffs. And you're happy with a few trump's new york stand up. We made the playoffs one win so far in the first round playoff series. Y'all acting like championship. That's why you're never gonna win a championship because of fans like you at madison square garden. That's the third reason. Atlanta hawks gonna knock the knicks out. You crawl you crawl before you. Will you call before you walk. We understand what we are. We don't have tippy. We know better than that. But you crawl before you walk. This first round series was winnable. You understand and forty seven years but it is what it is. 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"randall oh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:58 min | 7 months ago

"randall oh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Random thoughts every day? That makes so much sense? This is 69 seconds. How about 69? Minutes after we are getting affair? 65 minutes after we had 4 21 09. We should say hey was 69 seconds. Password 20 ha ha! Elon Musk. Okay. Can I just tell you something Funny? Yes. Oh, no. People did cognitive thinking through our phones at work. I know someone, but I can't find it. Go answer the phone that I can't be part of this most random room and ran to the phone so we can listen to the doctor. First collar might tell you more random. Thought she's on the phone. Yeah. You want to pull her up? Yes, yes. Here we are going to do Hello. I pulled you up your collar. One. Okay. Hi. Do you want to get random with Julia and Britney? You're Randall. Oh, Who is this? Please? Oh, yeah. Jessica. Rebecca. Oh, Hi, Rebecca. How are you today? Just great. How are you? Oh, so fantastic. All right. So I've got to try to be cardiac and give you the bright book. Because trust me. We've got some books around here. Oh, my God. Okay. Is there like a favorite book that you've read? Oh my gosh. Well, the year David Wilcock, which is sort of like who's sort of like ancient aliens sort of type thing. So that's kind of what I've been doing. But other than that, I love all of the you know, gossipy kind of. You know what I would love is if you had, like those like managers of the music people, you know, like Who are some of those managers of like, um, Okay. You know what? I'm just getting even with the managers. Okay, I'm gonna I'm gonna look for something. Bracco is going to get your name and address. Oh, we're gonna put something in the mail. Okay? Wow. Thanks. Thanks, Rachael. Get her name, right. We'll be right back. Loved it. I miss it. 24 26 believe nothing but good times getting up with Jason and Alexis. You rather lose.

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"randall oh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:19 min | 7 months ago

"randall oh" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Okay. Can I just tell you something Funny? Yes. Oh, no. People did call again. Thank you to our phones at work. I know someone, but I can't find it. Go answer the phone that I can't be part of this most random. Random thought. I answer the phone so we can listen to the doctor. First College tell you more random thought. Well, she's on the phone for you. A lot of pull her up. Yes, just here we are going to do Hello. I pulled you up your collar. One. Okay. Hi. Do you want to get random with Julia and Britney? Get Randall? Oh, Who is this? Please? Oh, God. Jessica. Rebecca. Oh, Hi, Rebecca. How are you today? Great. How are you? Oh, so fantastic. All right, So I've got to try to be car neck and give you the right book. Because trust me. We've got some books around here. Oh, my God. Okay. Is there like a favorite book that you've read? Oh my gosh. Well, the year David Wilcock, which is sort of like who's sort of like ancient aliens sort of type thing. So that's kind of what I've been doing. But other than that, I love all of the you know, gossipy kind of. You know what I would love is if you had, like those like managers of the music people, you know, like Who are some of those managers of like, um, Okay. You know what? I'm just getting even with the managers. Okay, I'm gonna I'm gonna look for something. Bracco is going to get your name and address. Oh, we're gonna put something in the mail. Okay? Wow. Thanks. Thanks, Rachael. Get her name, right. We'll be right back. Loved it. What time is it? 24 26. Believe on the dot We're going to do a little hot. My doctor graphic here where we're going to start 1 69 North bound with a possible crash at the entrance ramp from Cedar Lake Road. Also gotta crash 35 North bound in Lily Dale. That's my Victoria Street and ST Clair Avenue Traffic. Someone heavy there on 35 East south bound in ST Paul. 35 the North found near ST Paul's Gotta crash happening on the right shoulder of 35, the North bound on University Avenue with a stalled vehicle for 94 north bound a crash at the entrance ramp from County Road nine. After my talk traffic your five eyewitness news weather forecasts for meteorologists Ren Clair brought to you by learning Rx a frost advisory in effect tonight 38. Partly cloudy is the forecast Partly cloudy 62.

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"randall oh" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

07:01 min | 10 months ago

"randall oh" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA

"Bowl. Plus 200, you know, jump on it. Well, there there was once I thought you'd be back on Sunday Boom Woman mentioned that he thought that there was like a video that leaked out of both him and, uh, and the other artist, you know, rehearsing. And that it did go over. It went over that 1 59 or whatever the line was and like, Oh, well. They must have pre recorded considering that go back to Thanksgiving Day. They had the halftime show down in Dallas. It was all pre recorded because they're pictures of people in the stands that we're watching it on the Jerry World Extra large, big screen like, Yeah, There's no there's nothing on the field, guys what you're watching them to use what we're watching here right now on the TV. There's no one on the field. They're not allowed anyone on the field. That was why I was actually kind of shocked that even the weekend was able was able to do some some variants of a halftime show, especially getting on the field as well to know I know that difference between You know, late November too early February of vaccine is already in production and whatnot. That You know, you probably get away with it, but I was honestly shocked that there was that they were allowing him and his backup master dancers on the field. I mean, what was? What else was he going to do? I mean, pre recorded. I thought they would have had a pre recorded like they did with the one down and Jerry world alive. I mean, if you're going to do something you're gonna do it live. It's from the Super Bowl. I mean, they put a lot in to the Super Bowl. Halftime show. Pepsi sponsors his thing and give emptying amount of money for this, So you know they're not gonna know we're not gonna take but for that, but Pepsi video, But perhaps he recorded the halftime show Donna Jury world, though to Pepsi was a sponsor for that one. That's really reason. Why have I understand this is horrible, but I didn't know. You're just saying it Super Bowl. I mean, I get it the other look, I'm just wonder if he's still lost in that one hallway, though. I'm just one if you still lost another stand still. Got lost in there. I turned the TV 07 stocks. I'm sorry I went back to it when he was on the field with all the mummies and everything but I get it. And, uh, but it's kind of just Yeah, I like that part. Sorry. Yes. Sometimes you need a break. Is this works, man, like if you're all into the weekend, and you wanna make sure that you're there for halftime at the Super Bowl's weird because your program like if I'm watching a normal football game, you get a first career so you might want to run, you know, Grab something out of the fridge. Get a second pressure may wanna run to the bathroom. You got halftime. You know, you get a break and go outside. Get some fresh air now. This past Sunday, it was freezing cold out, but You're telling me that all these people that it had all these things to say about the weekend and whether he was good or not, You know, I don't know what your body I wouldn't know the weekend if I Unless he had that crazy here then then I would say Hey, you know, your hair looks like the weekend. He's like I am the weekend I go. You got here, just like a no. It's a popular hair style. Now he seemed like he started it all that that I just said they're like When it gets to have time I had some things I had to take care of your stretch. My legs are they came back. I looked online really quick. And it seemed like most of the people that I follow. Hated the weekend presentation. Confused. I said I was. I didn't see me People love to take a lot of pictures did means and zooms and everything else and Try to make jokes about the weekend it No look, a lot of people didn't know who itwas a lot of people didn't know the weekend. I know my daughter and her friends and all of those 18. Yeah, everybody. The weekend was so that halftime show was not for me. Because I know who the hell the weekend was. That's a weekend like something that the M E. Remember what it was that the Oscars the me's Okay, purposely was all taped up or whatever. People are like, Well, we get plastic surgery is like, I don't know. That would seem like a prop girlfriend. And all of that he got he got some things done. I went Oh, so I bought into them. That's the guy who makes you messed up his face so because he left his girlfriend or something like that, or she left him. So, uh, this just kind of came up a little bit ago, guys. Some developing news coming out of the lines organization that sounds like they're expected to sign Antwaan Randle El. To be the new wider zeros. Coach for the Detroit life. He was assistant. I thought you decided it was a wide receiver of Like what? Anton run alot. But why? Why we see the coach makes sense. Yeah, I get it. I had no idea that he was actually he was on the bucks Steph as an offensive assistance, so it looks like the lines will be adding another. Former former player who has who made a name for himself as a in the position that he was at so Well, he's gonna have a lot of different wide receivers to work with, because Barb Jones looks like he's going to the Rams. And you start looking down. The rest of that is Golladay. That's up in the air with they're gonna be able to do with him. So safest may have worked with him. You know, the Wisconsin wide receiver. They're not. There's gonna be a lot of new faces out there and wide receiver for the Lions. So, Randall Oh, I get, you know when they put that tape on the helmet. Make sure you get see it in anyone's book, Chris E. Used to love that you had to put your name on it. But see at Michigan when you came in the summer as a freshman, you came in Yeah, Everybody had to put tape on their helmet Freshman only had to do that. Oh, everybody else, the up upperclassmen. They all knew, obviously right? So did you have wings on your helmet and practice? Always? Yes, Yes. So it's just rich Ride the one time he stripped Foresee Avis wings. Remember? He took his Yeah. Yeah, he took his way. The weirdest thing that ever saw ladies wear the blue glow. A Michigan home it without wings is like what? I don't know Ray's car without wheels or side. And maybe it was his wings or something like that is wings away. It's like a pizza without pepperoni. There you go. Yeah. Jamie likes Yeah. I'm sorry. Hey, wait. There's nothing wrong with just cheese pizza. Every now and then it's not wrong with it depicted in some ranch for Ms Honestly, I don't honestly I don't like to dip my pizza and ranch. I don't What do you like to dip your pizza? Pizza sauce? Nothing. Actually, I just had my pizzas is I put some put some red paper prepper red pepper flake out on me Just a little bit of that. Good. That's the next cover flakes too. I like I like cold pizza. Better than like my pizza, huh?.

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"randall oh" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

08:12 min | 1 year ago

"randall oh" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"On am 15 90 95 9 ff The smart talk at and wc geo radio dot com. To the clouds and the sun provided the efficiency for majority of the companies that there could be some exceptions. I haven't seen them so it does given extra affected to be able to really modernized and optimize your data model for the future. The other portion of the equation. Is the pipelines right? A lot of the date of our houses like I mentioned earlier on a majority of the companies are run through what processes right. But if you want to increase the velocity right off the data coming in an order for your political activities to use as us most recent days, it's possible they've been on a pivot as well. He was a lot of reference data, right do more of a table replication type of concept versus having to reload the data. If you have a pipeline with, you know, social networks or an application of product line providers, you know, using streaming technologists like Kafka Jameson. Others definitely increases the velocity in terms of how quickly and how fresh the data that's coming in is able to be available to analytical process is so there's a variety of interesting items as Faras. The factoring that The latest clouds delicious really provide to you, but definitely taken that approach off. I always done it This way in internal data centers of maintaining warehouses are going through clouds probably is not going to yield the results that you and your financial scenario specifically, your employer or others is going to hell. Yeah, that's a really good point is just to explain to our audience. Kafka, Oleg discovered a Kafka Apache Kafka is this tremendous engine for data streaming that was fun out of lengthen. So linked in is one of many companies that is contributing to the Apache Open source community and open source in general, And I thought to myself back when this was happening, all Look, I'm glad you just mentioned that Because back in old five, I think Rose six, when we were first talking about all this, it really dawned on me that smart organizations are going to take a hard look and where and how they can leverage streaming data first in new use cases, for example, But then over time, you'll realize that there are processes in place for stealing data from here to there, that you just don't need any more. And you could turn those off for at least a pair them down, right? Because I think one of the hindrances to leveraging data as an asset is just whether or not you can get the right data to the right place at the right time. Those batch windows that we've been fighting about for the last 2025 years or so. Ah, Lot of that stuff goes out the window. You have to be careful, obviously what you're doing. You can't turn off something mission critical, and that kind of gets backto architecture and understanding your big picture, Really? But I'm encouraged by what you mentioned there because I think that is one way. The companies cannot only leverage the freshest data but also take some takes a load off of your folks take some load off of the engineers and allow them to focus on some bigger picture items. What do you think? Absolutely, And there's a next item that really really helps companies that are mature, and that's really the transparency because it's not moving all your assets, as is sometimes not crossed off like the model, But if you really know who is actually using it if you start in majority of the Cos I talk to other studios. As you start looking at all of your jobs and you look at your data and you look at the views of a lot of your data warehouses and you start ordering that and really looking at a transparency level, who's actually using it in consuming it. You'll notice that some of these views have not been touched in years, something CTO job You don't know the file might be getting into an FTP zone and being shipped somewhere. Nobody's actually just picking it up from a destination. So give you opportunity if you have the right transparency, Stack right and the right A way to really know what's going on and who's consuming and who is not consuming any of these assets and gives you much simpler view in terms of water. I need to carry forward right as well as what abstraction during you to create, because one of the biggest challenges with shift to the clouds or any of the data warehouse shifters. You guys are aware Is all of the applications that are consuming any of your interfaces that are using it in somewhat of a really time called form versus a patch right? And they're not that it doesn't impact match. You might have to change right. So let's say you have 50 folks that are using a particular view, right with 15 different applications and you go in. You modified that view and change it a spot of your cloud strategy. If you don't provide backwards compatibility Now you have the quarter, even almost 13 teams. To modify their code right to now use the data said that it's getting now if you and additional elements that's one thing. But if you modified any of this scheme underneath, right, actually gonna break so having abstraction and having the real strategy, architectural son just part your limitation, how you actually going to roll over and how you're gonna move your consumers. And if you have a pretty massive data warehouse, how do you do with a stepping stone strategy in terms of you move certain domains of data. Um or certain tables proctors right over a certain period of time versus the Big Bang approach are all key to success in this field because majority of mustard dealing with petabytes of terabytes of information in a lot of these data warehouse where, you know between historical data as well, as you know, 20 30,000 tables you release taken so town, different levers that you're going to pull to be successful. I'm a big fan of cliches. And one of my favorites isn't used very often, But it just says Well begun is half done. And it kind of speaks to the value of thinking through what you're trying to accomplish. And as you suggest trying to leverage cloud for its various benefits is obviously what we need to be doing. But I think you do need to have programs where you're running concurrently for a period of time with the new solution in the old solution, right and be guard sure that when you turn that off the old solution that you're not going Have some unforeseen developments. How are you able to to scan your information systems and see where those dependencies are? Is there? Is there a capability you have to be ableto kind of map out those dependencies and know when triggered this That's going to be disrupted That kind of thing. How do you manage that? Yes. Oh, great question, So traditionally it has been hard despite the fact that you know a lot of companies like caliber. I just seeing others provide you a variety of tools sent in some of those in your company. Some like idea has been around for many, many years. There's also been a ton of open sores, tools that's like, you know, extensions on a ws, OK, stock and others it'll be to do that. Essentially if you're able, Teo, your allies like seven open source or event that stock to create the Linnaeus transparency and really business logic units all of your processes. It gives you a much better baseline for which we need to shift over. And then what you mentioned earlier. The parallels wasn't critical. Any time we do a big shift like this right for minimally wanted to release us. We, Randall? Oh, right, not a duel load necessarily purely from because we're concerned that the cloud is not gonna be able to scale and we're going to overload our species. But do Lord from a redundancy perspective. Also that gives confidence E of this. This year's isn't partners because they're able to see the same result. From your new data model in you infrastructure as well as your legacy one. It brings them along a lot quicker because of you know me as you wear a lot of companies, folks, change is hard, right? You have to get there. And when you're concerned that you're running a critical finance process, and you might not get the data said that you need for something, but you have to send the regulator or you know your finance team or something else. Um, you know, the more strategy you have around them and the more defensive mechanism that you put forward to ensure continuity through a comparison of elevation scripts, the more confident you business partners with you, and they let you do these massive migration. Yeah, get some quick winds right? Because the users always want faster. They want better. They want greater accuracy, all that all those air all the benefits, And if you can demonstrate that and obviously be very careful about it, that's when you earn the trust. And then you could make even more changes.

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"randall oh" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"randall oh" Discussed on KTOK

"Well, yeah, so I mean, if you've got an existing for us, and it's just Take out the ballast wired up because good time labor time is not going to cost anymore. It's the same regardless and you guys will come out and just change bulbs for people. Sure, and I will tell you something. Your phase are Reasonable. And you guys move at a steady pace my experiences of its electrical Sometimes you get a handyman to do some electrical stuff, But I want to tell you If we've got electrical we go to you because it doesn't cost us any more money for our clients for repairs and stuff than it would to use a handyman. Down. That's that's saying a lot because you move faster. You've got all the equipment right there with you. When your schedule an appointment with you guys. You I mean doing you called me. A couple or three days before you were coming out and said, Okay, so describe to me what it is, so I'll know what to bring with me. So I didn't have to pay for you to run to a supply house to get something because you had everything with you. Oh, yeah, you should never have to pay for, you know, for somebody going to supply house, That's ah, That's something that they did. You know this happens with handyman. Sometimes you pay for their time run, and so planning ahead like that is very important. And then you move in a steady pace. You don't run. But if you go out Randall is one of the electrician's with you guys. He has always been one toe where he can think in his head and go out to the truck. He moves kind of slow, actually. But He gets everything he needs, and he makes fewer trips to the truck. And I kind of noticed that because it's reflected on the bill. How much time it takes to do something. So rental fees are reasonable. Randall's been with us 40 years right now. His son's with you, right? No, my son. Oh, that your wine that your son that worked with Randall Oh, cool. Cool. So okay. We We not only learn to be electrician's, but we raise electrician's I love that. Keep it in the family. Our whole family is I mean, Alan me, my brother. Wanna hear more about family members, and we got more for you on this is a great show is learning about electrician's with Hayes Electric, Alan and Wayne, and we'll be back right after with Oklahoma Real estate on the move, Katie, Okay, 1000.

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"randall oh" Discussed on Casual Swinger

Casual Swinger

07:03 min | 1 year ago

"randall oh" Discussed on Casual Swinger

"Casual swinger money's name's Mickey and Mallory and today's a fun. One. Today's all about making Love Lulu I. Love that. Brown, chicken. Brown cow. Making to the camera. Oh that's what we're going to talk about today we had been so excited about this episode I know we get excited for every episode and we get all this is a special guest. fucking huge. It actually is and you know we are kind of excitable people so that that makes sense on this one's enormous. This is a really really a big deal for us. I really felt it was a big deal because we're such a fan of her work in who are we talking about? We're talking about erotic photographer and in Legend in in the family is a legend erotic photography we're talking about Holly Randall yes and Holly ran has a podcast called Holly Randall unfiltered, which is amazing by the way After we talked to her, she mentioned that her favorite episode of Gosh what is shipped one, hundred, Sixty, seven, hundred, seventy, some things. A, lot an all of the content is wonderful I. Love The dialogue she has with people in the industry and kind of normal is and getting deep of it's a little darker but it's it's great content I went back and listen to that first episode with her mom and Dad oil sees Randall Oh. My Gosh. Is that fabulous? It really isn't it? Really gives you this perspective on her and her career that just completely disarms you. So who is holly randall she is she's producer she's a photographer she's a podcast or she's an icon in adult content. Absolutely, and she's an amazing photography is a fantastic photography is going to be a mom soon? Yes. Yeah. She's the daughter of suse Randall who is a? Legendary photographer and we reached out to her because we checked out a couple of podcast and she really paints adult content in a bit of a different light than a lot of people do and they she normalizes and makes people a little more real and it it was so awesome to be able to sit down and talk to her about her career. And Her perspective. Also, we got to talk a little bit about taking your own erotic photos and kind of scoring some really really great tips from pro taking good pictures. Yeah. I mean we bounce all over the place talking about her because we're so fascinated by Hernan have much respect especially for her in her mom because they were there trailblazers in that industry. Yeah And for her to vis tips at all on something probably. Second. Nature to her now right with in regards to photography yeah. Twenty five years in the industry herself and then growing up around it. She really she went to art school and photography schooling came back and started taking photos you know for her parents essentially said midges to grow up so sex positive and then come away from it and be able to have such a constructive. Conversation about adult performance in sex work and talk with those folks and then take photos of those folks and we asked her things about being starstruck and then the talked about potatoes Oh. My God please don't remind me I got really nervous right and I think this is the first interview that I can legitimately say that I was I. was shaking and I know people are people. But I was just so honored to have the ability to talk with her and the more real. She was the more nervous. I got because she was completely transparent just. I. I loved every moment of it and I'm starting to get choked up again because of a Doric, just thinking about it I was I was a big fan of her just her willingness to talk about whatever. which was was really cool and she was so open. You know a Lotta times when we reach out to people that have a big name or a celebrity, even even in adult content celebrities there tend to not want to talk to swingers I don't know why that is but she was really super open. She's ECHINACEA meetings. Awesome. Yeah, I think you know some of the people we follow very closely what we about them as their authenticity and we know we've talked about that quite a few times as of as of late either just between you and I are on the podcast and I love that has genuine. She's authentic good bad indifferent. There's she literally doesn't have a fucking filter now and that's amazing which was really really cool. Not trying to hold onto a persona right image to put out there. She's just being who she is now and I love that, and then I didn't know this 'til after we finish the interview I hadn't seen it, but she's actually making a maternity content for so adult content for like her only fans and stuff, which is super hot like Oh. My God. Yeah. Again she looks easy. We saw. Sink Wow Hoti check you i. know right well, she's stunning to begin with and I was not acute pregnant lady I'm going to put that out there right now. Now I look like I made league grunting sounds every time I took a step was it was not cute. So I wasn't there stunning stunning pregnant. Yeah she's she's hot is hell and I you know we just learned so many cool things about it. We're not going to give it away before you get into the interview it is a little bit of a longer interview. So once again, we've got long episode for you guys but I think it's GonNa be fun I think you're going to get into it. and. Let's talk a little bit about our weekend in our week in what led up to this episode. This has been active. Yeah. It's it's been a Have a great week actually I. Mean I'm I'm a little tired. Let me maybe I don't need another drink rate now now I'm done with the water Yeah. I mean we had you know the interview with with Holly and we did another in your view. I don't know if I'm allowed to say who that was four who is wed, but wait a little while to find out when it's going to come out. That's a really that was a legit like news anchor that interviewed us. And having the tables turns always a little on different for me because we're not we're usually ones interviewing somebody else very much. So but you know what? I learned a few things from interviewing her and I was added to us that my other podcasts. Awesome. and. Also, we had a wonderful weekend We broke quarantine semi quarantine. We just opened the door. You really didn't break quarantine. Oh, there's people here. Yeah. So. We the lovely ladies of Savak swingers decided to come up and Suffolk sleepers. Out that? I. Slept really well here to slip the whole weekend. Bowl she fell asleep in the fucking pool last night we actually check hundred meter she wasn't dead. nope not. Dead. Thumbs up like every three to five minutes. I needed like a cow to bang or something it'd be like, raise your thumb if you're good. And she's I mean, well, we were all sitting there talking around the fire pit and just kind of chatting and tiff stands up and does a little stagger rips off Hafer clothing and just jump in the pool right on and then next thing you know she's pollutants sleeping on a on a floppy and and we're all like, yeah, that's normal..

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"randall oh" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"randall oh" Discussed on Movin 92.5

"Oh, she's a keeper had the key the whole time and everyone was like, What's the clue? Oh, it's in my pocket. That's the clue. I can't figure this one, either. I don't think it's a red flag, all that a woman would try to trap a man into a small, confined space. I think that that would lead to a very healthy relationship. That's true Love Next message. Regional. Uh, thank you for giving me a number and paying it out last night. I hope get maybe you want to hang out soon. We could just go for Walker at the bar. If you will. That probably sounded like a toilet was a roommate who flushed it. Um Everything between us ended after man I am on the toilet, and I didn't want you to know that my roommate agreement. One theory. That's why I Haven't been on a date in six months is good to him, but I want to go out soon. Great callback. Okay? No, you know, so he's still sitting on the toilet room mate came in and flushed it behind Randall. Oh, no, I'm not going to the bathroom right now. I'm listening to toilet sounds on YouTube. And.

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"randall oh" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

AM 1590 WCGO

06:53 min | 2 years ago

"randall oh" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO

"Yeah. Real this. No, what was incredible tonight. He's my kid but Beijing. Minus minus. Most of whiskey. We're here. He's, he's, he's, he's our microphones, you might have to this next time he's not by bring it bring a by. Will you can do some libraries for he'll be here? Probably the minute you he'll he'll, he'll steal the show shows over. Did he just met me for the first time? He's like, what's that? Hey brother, Chris great. Bring bring them by on Sundays. We, we get some reads for them and we'll, we'll put them to work. Okay. All right. There you go. You got you got you got some shows coming up on Thursday the twentieth. Seven PM Thursday. You're going to be at. Uh-huh. Park Thursday night out. I w PCP ninety point yet. They've got a new music series out there that they have and. And we've been WCBS mental support you guys have been a supporter of what we do for very long time. So they throw us some really interesting things, and this is one of those things whether we got we got to get you here. Plus twenty you should mention you should mention actually like we used to play my band used to play custom care like a lot like every year every year, for like at least three years straight, because that's where I, I saw him. Yes. In some shape horror, bashes, I had been playing like nineteen Ninety-two fan. I played without a high school. They had gig and then it morphed into this other bad. And then I kind of inherited the gig, I pretty much strength for like fifteen years after that. Those schools, because they decided to change. Thank you, some different stuff. But I think you're here, you might have put you to work, right? Exactly. Just going to say and start singing. Otherwise, you just wandering around, you can get into. Right. You know, I, I got married here. Let me know when you're adding. Are you? All right. Also Sunday, Sunday, July seventh at seven pm. You're at the entrance in Harvey, Illinois. Get that's been nice on the Mark well, and yeah, and then and then my friend, let's see the the Fulton Street collective one. Whatever in Chicago. I have for that. Jim. Eight. So what they do. It's a performance space slash arts base, and what they perform in space. Like you said for. No. Never. I don't want is this point that you're talking about this. What is the acronym, EDSA performance? And so we're hearing is not so good as somebody told me, it's only an addiction if you leave comments under the. That's you know, if you if you criticize the lighting of the Senate cinematography, then you've got an addiction. Sure your wife. Lord of mine. But so it's it's performance base. Upholstery, dark elected that you like art hosts artists there. But what they do at Wednesday's is they have bands, come and recreate like classic jazz. And like I've done it like a few times, did I? I've done obscenity islands album with a couple other albums, and actually last year. Sixtieth birthday prince? Jazz brockton. Yeah. Got mad house. Right. Right. And so we created one of their first album, but this year were one of my favorite saxophonist birthday. And so we're creating one of his favorite sounds so we should be allowed to decide correct. On this one, you did chip Ratliff due to the entire prince album. We get a regular nine thousand nine hundred ninety. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. We get you on Christmas on that, too. And we did that. And it was it was great. It was a lot of fun. So we did it top to bottom top banlieues like killer. We, we've got more and you guys are doing something together. We wanna talk about that Israel will be when we come back here in just a minute. How are we doing on time? Randall. Oh, that's for radio. Until that up. What must have gone through some time love? But I, but I was watching watching a video alive county without Betty, can and prints, Mike unique. And oh yeah. That's the that was the rock and Roll Hall of fame. It was yeah. And I- forgotten for awhile. Just how much of a law that Allen. Oh, yeah. What an exceptional acceptable. Absolutely absolutely. Face painted right over here in front of me. Oh. Look at. More like you. Okay. So, so chip, you'll end and the dirty blue crew you're performing with the chip on Thursday, July eleven wouldn't, you know, right? Downtown here in, in Evanston, July the Evanston live last year. We were we were supposedly playing but get rain down. Okay. It was like this huge rainstorm from all day. There was like one of those Lena, like puddles like two inches. Thick. Now, the kind of thing but this year, hopefully there won't be me it's not starting off too good. But I mean, hopefully there won't be any rain. Rain us out and will be part of that gate too. So. We're talking about this to this afternoon who's going to be a part. I'm everywhere he popular Cobb. It worked out in Brazilian. Fabulous out. Love that album. I had never seen you. You go man. Now, you got to die. He shot the heck out of us. I'll tell you we. Talented but to see you on stage like dad was nominal. Thank you. You know, I think the you know it's so funny because in rosary in rehearsals. I don't do all that. No, I don't know. So we're just shock as playing horns by. What's he doing?.

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"randall oh" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

07:29 min | 2 years ago

"randall oh" Discussed on KTOK

"Dr NewsRadio one thousand K T. Okay. K Leigh Matthews. The Justice department has missed the House Judiciary committee's deadline to provide the unredacted Muller reports earlier today, and I've I've gotta think Michael Bauer out of twenty four seven news in Washington. Neither one of those parties are happy about it. Job is their job is to be responsible for oversight of the executive office. That said they feel they can't do that. Without the entire unredacted version of the Muller report. And that's a battle. That's going to have to be heard on some level, or at least have some interference between these two sides because neither side is seeing things the same way. If indeed the attorney general feels that there are no legal charges that can be brought against President Trump for either collusion or on some level covering things up. That's fine. But the House Judiciary committee says they still have to look at executive powers, and they'd have to look at what movements and and and and actions the president had in order to figure out the executive oversight. Even if it's not technically illegal by the law. They still have a job that they're supposed to do. So there's clearly a case that's being made here. I just don't know when that case will be heard, and when results are going to be handed down Democrats are trying to still make it look like there was some sort of obstruction Republicans want, the president completely cleared, and and to no longer give democr-. Pat's any kind of ammunition. I understand that Michael Bauer. Thanks for the update from Washington DC on NewsRadio one thousand KT. Okay. To update your local news. That's Beth Myers claimed. He was set up. The jury did not believe him. I'm Beth Myers, and the NewsRadio one thousand K. Okay, new center and the man known as Joe exotic who wants ran for governor of Oklahoma now faces more than sixty years in prison after being found guilty today by an Oklahoma City. Federal jury of trying to hire somebody to kill the owner of a Florida animal sanctuary that he hated her name was Carol Baskin. She was not harmed. Joseph Maldonado passage pleaded not guilty. He claimed he was set up, and he said is disagreements with Baskin spilled over into a social media posts. And he said he never really wanted her dead. He was also convicted of illegally killing five Tigers at the former when he would zoo, well, the house version failed, but a Senate consent Bill is making strides at the state capitol. Senate Bill nine twenty six. Requires certain school curriculum materials to include information on consent. This is a constituent request is Representative Carol Bush of Tulsa, she got the Bill through the house education committee this morning. The house version failed last month the day after a female high school student who had been acting as a page in the state house alleged that she was sexually assaulted by a male page and midwest city hotel three people all of them related arrested today and Manford on drug charges. This after police found more than two hundred shake him bake meth labs in their house. Police had reportedly been investigating drug activity at the location for about seven months and talk about the long arm of the law in Alabama man was arrested over the weekend at his home in Alabama and transported to the Canadian county jail in El Reno for allegedly trying to solicit sex from a fourteen year old Oklahoma girl, but it was actually an undercover deputy that fifty four year old Randall. Oh, man was talking to on social media. Canadian county sheriff Chris west says man who has a lengthy criminal history wanted to pick the girl up from school and take her.

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"randall oh" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"randall oh" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"It's because they they did not want to tighten up any same reason. Nitrate using you still have cap space out here. Right. But that same reason they traded do butts was they didn't want to tie up any money in for max, and you have to fill the rest of the roster land Stevenson gone version Rondo gun. Right. My quote one. If all those player give let me give you hypothetical. What if what are they gonna have fifty three million? Yeah. Okay. What if they could get? A and I got to be careful because I can't talk players that are on other teams, but eight somebody that's a max player all use Jimmy Butler as an example. Yeah. And by the way, in this story, it does say that they were one of the teams that called Minnesota after Jimmy Butler. Okay. Man to Detroit Jimmy bothers probably a guy that is going to ask for the max next year, which is thirty seven thirty eight million. But probably or maybe won't get it. Maybe won't get thirty might get them. Right. Right. Okay. So if you give thirty to him and you same thing with like boogie cousins. So probably ask from the max, we won't get them. He will not get the case. Would he take twenty three? Do you think he'll get twenty three? Okay. Maybe you won't. But there's fifty three. Okay. So it allows them to now if they do what you're talking about which is keep zoo Botts and sign him that's nine million for Zubaydah's keep rand on your Suming. It's nine million keep Randall Randall is nine million Randall is nine million. So then you can't go out and get those other two guys. So that's that gives you an idea of the game. They're trying to play right? And in the end. Now, they don't hit anybody. Randall is better than the guys that they have a chance to get this year. Randall oh you'd rather have Randall than Jimmy Butler? I don't think you'd rather have Randall boogie cousins. Yet other brand rather a brand Randall Tobias Harris, no Tobias harasses Amax player. No. He's not. Yes. He is. I don't think I mean, the five years the NBA media thinks he's going to get it five year. When people have max space like going to overspend. He might because he's younger. So he's not he can't make thirty five million. Yeah. Jimmy, we're not so sure because he's a pain in the ass, and he's older, right and boogies older. Yeah. To bias Greg look up how to buy its harasses. I'm getting guests. He's about twenty seven. I think to bias. You could get the older you are the more money you guys, and we talked to about this more guys are gonna get max contracts than we expect because everybody has cap space, and they're looking for a place to spend. Right. So if if the Lakers strikeout, then I think all these criticisms of yours are valid Randall. Plus Amax player is is better than they're going to do. Randall plus Amax player is better than what they're gonna do. Depend to the next player is right. What if he plays the same positions rental? The the problem is that you can protect your cap space to to create more flexibility, but then you have to deliver. Right. So if if they come through like we have to allow for the possibility that they know some things that we don't the other thing is. What if they trade for one of these star guys, you know, pick a star if they trade then that changes your cap situation too. Yeah. I just I think a lot of fans have lost a certain it's not just based on the visas who Botts move where they traded him for nothing. It is based on the way the team was assembled last summer. And there is a crisis in confidence and Magic Johnson, and rob Pelinka. And there's no getting around it. I think that's fair. I think those criticisms are fair particularly about the roster construction. But I also think you have to allow magic has said from the beginning. This was a two year plan tick tick tick tick, right? Let's let's give them the possibility of saving. I remember when the Lakers traded for palca, Saul nobody saw it coming. I didn't even know what it was two thousand nine..

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"randall oh" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"randall oh" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast

"Podcast. So let's go. You know, it's funny. I'll tell tell our fans to watch the movie the Wheeler dealers because that's that's the beginning of Gomez. Because that character that you play that crazy regulator in that movie that oh, I'm forgetting his forgetting his name. But he was the he was the over eager. He was so eager to get a conviction. Yeah. And you're a very manic part, and by the way that and that touch of mink, you were you were very good at playing sleazy character. John. Yes. The the Beasley character in that touch of mink, which I also just watched again, but both that character and the character and the wheeler-dealer a real sleaze Lloyd's. And they are that and interesting that they saw something that that made them think of you for for Gomez. Yeah. Later gomez. I thought that the romance between mortician Gomez should be in the grand style and filled with great passion and love. With these unusual people. And and of course, that became a feature of the show because. Net picked up on it and one nice thing about doing that show was that if you had an idea. You could go to them. And there was no ego trip on natch part. You know, he was ready to grab anything that worked. As was David. Great. And sorry. Remember, I. I wrote a little bit to foot into one of the shows and. I had I had actually Ted was looking out the the people I guess in the door. If there was one or a crack in the door at who who is outside. I I remember who it was. But he made that that that Mon that. Like a growl. And. In that marvellous voice is and. I. I said to director could we get a close up of that? You know when he does that. And and then I wrote a little. Where we're gonna go into politics, and and lurch would appeal to the to the women. Remember? And we cut to lurch on. Goes I've read myself up. But that's that's so they were accepting. It was that kind of set. Yeah. Ted was Ted was wonderful as a as an actor. He really wanted to play hamlet. Very very interesting. Very interesting and young young Portland. You have a lot of your career is oh to Tony Randall. Oh, yeah. I I I had the good fortune to be in. Ostensibly to cover ally Wallich. But Burgess Meredith head to this is play by Shaw called major Barbara and Lawton Charles Lawton did a production of it on fraud way. And. The character Bill Walker was played by ally. And they wanna somebody to cover him. And I ended up covering lots of people in the show..

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"randall oh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"randall oh" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Got an emergency. We've got a national emergency. Trump has declared a Tipi. A national emergency. I played that earlier and not the one that I played it yesterday because we found out I was joking and Steven was filling in for Phil yesterday is younger younger guy. And I said man, he doesn't get it. But producer, Phil. Can you remind everybody exactly what that noise is? And what great show that came from? That is the Motorola, Motorola, quick call from the one thousand nine hundred seventy s TV show emergency, which was a brilliant show. Johnny man to name Randolph maintaining, Kevin Tighe. That's right. Randall. Oh god. What a great show. I love that show as a kid. I just wanted to be a fire person. Because it was just so amazing Trump thinks he's putting out a fire. But is he starting one within the own party though? I think that's something not all Republicans are happy about this. They may get behind the president. But this is a big headache for them moving forward. Dangerous. One because of the president had sets to the president's gonna give sued. Succeed in accomplishing his goal and third. Closing. A resolution passed the house and then come over here divide Republicans. So to me, the strikes strikes news. Not a good strategy..

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"randall oh" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

06:50 min | 3 years ago

"randall oh" Discussed on WJR 760

"Mass transit is collapsing everywhere. No random little tool has been looking at this for a little while and looked all around the country. He he works the Cato Institute. He focuses on urban growth public land transportation issues. He's written about it many many times, and he's kind enough to join us this morning Randall how are you doing? I'm doing fine. Good to have you with us. And you got a book coming out on all of this. That's called romance of the rails just came out. It was positively reviewed in the Wall Street Journal. And I think it's doing very well. All right. So the subtitle under romance of the rails is why the passenger trains, we love or not the transportation we need. I thought it was the answer. Well, I, you know, I used to ride passenger trains everywhere. I've been to Detroit on a passenger train from Oregon, and I love passenger trains, but the problem is they're very very expensive. And the same is true. For urban transit in general. We spend more than four times as much moving a person one mile on urban transit than the average American spends driving their car, really, really. And and and all we're doing is is adding to it, it seems we've got a new line in Detroit called the queue line that goes down Woodward avenue, the the main drag that heads into downtown the main artery, and it's it's what would you say Chris about six seven miles long queue line is. And it it apparently costs a lot of money. We're not really sure of all of it because it's private public partnership. And I don't see a lot of people on it. However that apparently is a story around the country. That's pretty much the story. The queue line is from end to end is about three and a half miles. If you count both directions have become seven miles, and it isn't carrying very many people and is powered by electricity. But that electric city isn't clean the electricity comes from burning fossil fuels. So the queue line is actually using about three times as much energy almost three times as much energy and emitting twice as many greenhouse gases per passenger mile as as you are when you drive a car around. That's that's pretty amazing. Let's see I'm I'm a I'm a realist when it comes to the whole climate change things. So, you know, I think of it in terms of you know, that is that is such a small amount in the total atmosphere. It's not going to harm the planet long term. So I I don't worry about it that way. Michigan Michigan makes up for instance. The whole state of Michigan makes up only three one thousand of the land mass of the earth. And so that that small amount is not especially when you now say one rail lying in Detroit that goes three miles is gonna make a big difference. But I I want to get to is the effectiveness of these these systems, and and how many are actually making money across the country. Well, that's rather easy to precisely name because the answer is zero zero public transit systems make money. There are a few private transit systems that make money New York City has a ferry system called the New York waterway that makes money Atlantic City has a private bus system that makes money, but none of the public by systems are public rail systems make money for the simple reason that they all have the power to tax, and so why bother to make money when you can get your money from taxpayers on average. They get eight twe- seventy five percent of their money from taxpayers. So they really don't care about the transit riders. Are they care about is giving the tax payers happy and issuing a bunch of propaganda about how wonderful they are. So the taxpayers will keep working over the dollars. Wouldn't they be even happier, though, the rail system or transit system actually benefited them in a bigger way? I don't think the transit agencies really care all that much turns out when when they put measures on the ballot to spend more money on transit most people will vote for the measures never actually expect to ride transit. They're voting for them because they've been persuaded that translates going to relieve congestion. Well, let me give you a few numbers about Detroit less than half a percent of all passenger travel in Detroit is by transit. And of course, no freight is carried by transit less than one and a half percent of commuters in Detroit, right transit. And here's the number. That really kills me. Just three percent of workers into in the Detroit urban area live in households without automobiles and a third of them drive alone to work and only about twenty percent of them take transit to work. So if you don't have a car, you're still more likely to drive alone to work, then take transit. Amanda is significant transit is and the Detroit area. And it sounds as if it's that way in a lot of cities around the country. You write in your piece at the hill that the ridership declined in all of the nation's thirty eight largest urban areas, you've gotta go down to. To number thirty nine which was providence for the first first city in the nation that that saw a gaining ridership. And that gain was hardly significant and in Detroit, and Cleveland and a number of other cities, the raise the numbers are catastrophic Detroit has lost a third of its transit riders in the last ten years. Cleveland has lost even more Sacramento. California has lost even more, but Detroit does right up there with the with the most catastrophic album them because losing a third of your passenger revenue means you're going to have to cut service because even though you do get a lot of your revenue from tax payers. If you lose a third of your passenger revenue that means you're up to cut service by at least ten percent. And that means you're going have to you're going to end up losing more passengers. So then you're gonna make more cash you're gonna lose more passengers it's called the transit death spiral. And a lot of transit agencies. These are caught in this spiral. Well, everybody's been warned and Randall we sure appreciate the the column first of all and your time on the air this morning. Thanks so much for joining us. You're welcome. Randall oh tool, and we're happy to have him with us here on the Frank Beckmann show from the Cato Institute, he's a man who has studied the transit systems around the country. And well, you heard the story. They're not message and data rates may apply..

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"randall oh" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

03:26 min | 3 years ago

"randall oh" Discussed on KFC Radio

"That you're on KABC radio. This is actually the KFC podcast that will call KFC radio because some people know that name ready, should we really again, though because things change every six months policy is completely different to have a name now. Yeah. For the boys is dead now too. So. It was good enough attention to that one. We probably got saved my own self their morals. I I'm not saying, it's great. But like, my initials ain't changing. So if we can always ride that wave prowler, maybe a will. Maybe I'll go Jeff line and Garonne they'll just change my fucking name. I could use a new identity straight up. I need a new face to me me face off. I need a new handle. What if what if that happened? What if it was just like up KFC that guy died and by that service exists? Remember the vacuum cleaner guy from breaking bad. But like could we do it? Could you go on a vacation and completely someone? I need to reappears what I need disappeared to reappear. You know, you're get a Phoenix it needs to come. I want. I don't want. I don't want to have to go like lives recluse. It would be someone else. Do I ever at that? I could never do would you do face off with me for a little bit. What if we could tell you to turn it back your ugly? I don't wanna do it either. Now, please please at your ugly. Fucking guys DM's like semi nude sent me new you bitch. No, no. That would be that would be like they would take my face, and they will put it on John. And they'd be like all the bone of this, no stretching Idaho kids. I got I got this big Irish had your face up. You have like for someone as Irish is you you don't have the Irish head wells. I'm Italian and Chinese. Use my head might be Chinese. You got that slender ahead that fits through like, Terminator style. Just like walk through things got peanut. I got this. Fucking busy your face cover half my face, real you would need to double my face. It has. I looked like that that fucking cartoon where it's like the smiley face pulling off a little bit too. Just tears look. Look faces floating on your nose. But I I mean, I wish we could do it like for I wanna do. Freaky Friday for like a Friday one day game. No. I want the kids. I was gonna say I know you wanna do. I wanna do it, bro. One way street. You wanna do like Ryan Reynolds, Jason Bateman thing where guy ended up like finding out that I'm fucking a living wild, basically. That's that's the part of that movie for me, you know. It's a little sensitive plus Livy wild even though she's a freak. It would be funny nowadays if we did freaky Friday, and it was like on a night where I didn't have the kids, and it was just the same. If you like for twenty four hours, they both just sat on the couch playing with a different dick this time. And there's a treadmill to my left. Was getting to these voicemails brought to you by name change. We didn't get to Randall. Oh, yeah. The whole reason that somebody Randall could use the name change. Yeah. Yeah. Take he took our breath away. Man, brandy. Randy spacey. Randy's the most the fact that I feel bad like even kind of point is out in. There's a reason I didn't bring up in the blog because like like his their database them. That's early has something to do with what he is near. Let's just forget that for a second. Say they act out peacock just talking close. Like, I thought that will Wayne stole the show. And he did he had the thrown away seventy two hours away in is the biggest rockstar on the planet, and that's not..

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"randall oh" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:35 min | 3 years ago

"randall oh" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Down Seattle stupid. I on all of those things were true. But I still sound stupid. Just like you did Louis trying to make a point here. Politicians? Tell us whatever they need to tell us to get to whatever endgame. They are trying to get to and to gird. My point I want to draw your attention to the border security, excuse me, the secure fence act of two thousand six and after thank Byron York at the Washington Examiner for bringing this to my attention because I had long forgotten about the secure fence act of two thousand six. See back in two thousand six congress was serious about securing the southern border. You know, why because they were trying to figure out a way to extend amnesty to all the people who were here illegally. And they knew that there was no stomach for such nonsense as long as there was no border security going back to nineteen eighty six where Republicans and Democrats came together to craft an amnesty Bill that promise they would secure the southern border in exchange for giving millions of people here living here illegally amnesty. And guess what happened the amnesty happened, but something funny happened on the border security side, nothing a big fat zero so fast forward to two thousand when there's really starting to talk about the need for immigration reform, h political party wants to be the star for all of these newly minted citizens. So they can scoop up those votes going forward. I get it. So in two thousand six they pass these secure fence act of two thousand six unless you think it was all Republicans. No way. It passed the house to eighty three to one thirty eight in two thousand six end of September. It passed the Senate eighty to nineteen eight zero to nineteen now you may remember. The Republicans control the house and the Senate, but then subsequently lost it in the next year. Which may explain why the secure fence act, which was a law that said, quote this Bill will help protect the American people. This Bill will make our borders, more secure. It is an important step toward immigration reform. That's what the Bill actually said. So in two thousand seven the Bill was amended. And the amendment which was intended to give homeland security a little more leeway about what kind of fence they built in where they built it had the unintended effect pretty much saying that never mind. You don't have to do it. So a Democratic Congress just didn't give it any more money. Just didn't give any more money. So they lied about wanting border security Louis, they lied because they know that immigration was a starter unless they could point to some firm action. They had taken to demonstrate their commitment to security on the southern border fast forward to twenty thirteen the gang of eight comprehensive comprehensive immigration Bill included, something called the southern border fencing strategy it called for seven hundred miles of at least single layer pedestrian fencing along the border, but it was part of a larger Bill that would have given a path to citizenship for eleven million illegal immigrants, and you know, who voted on it. Any democrat who is still in the Senate today, including Schumer Durban Murray, Baldwin Bennett Blumenthal, Brown can't well Carden Casey coons Feinstein gillibrand Horon O'Kane Clova shar Lahey mansion Menendez Merkley Murphy, read Sanders, Shaheen statement, Al tester, Warren, Warren, Warner Whitehouse widen. They all supported a border fence in that context. So were they lying then are they lying now? Just curious. Now, this is all about the fact that I do not trust the federal government to do any kind of immigration reform that promises some later border security because you know, why past performance is an indication of future performance, right? If someone proves themselves to be untrustworthy liars, then we should recognize in future dealings with them that they are untrustworthy liars, congress has demonstrated multiple times. And I use congress is a general term because it doesn't matter who's in power who's in office. Congress has lied to the American people multiple times about the seriousness of the southern border security. They just flat out lied. So I'm not gonna pay attention to them. I'm going to demand action demonstrate to me that you're going to follow through trust. But verify, and then we can talk about something else. But as long as people like Luis are focused on the fact that Donald Trump made a stupid grandiose campaign promise that he really had apps. No way of keeping in full. And that is Mexico will pay for the wall. If you want to focus on that and ignore the bigger problems of southern border security. The fact that we now have tens of millions. What the last estimate I saw was eight million people living here illegally. We don't know who they are. We don't know if they're good people are bad people. We don't know anything about him. And they're living here illegally. And now we're supposed to worry about them cutting out of the shadows. Without doing anything to stop the next wave of people coming here illegally. Now, I'd like to ask someone like Louis or anyone who thinks that a border wall would not work did anybody else? See the images of the caravan members trying to break through the wall, and then they were pushed back using tear gas. What if that wall hadn't been there? When you only have a smaller point of egress to worry about it's a lot easier to protect the southern border. So this the ball the the wall doesn't work crap is just so stupid. Of course, they work. That's why they've been in effect since the beginning of time. They're the oldest means of the second oldest means a protection the first Heidi finding a high space, essentially mesas are the first defensive posture. Get up on a high hill and shoot anybody who tries to come up on the hill. And then some day they were like, hey, if we built a wall. Yeah. That'll work. That'll totally work that wall and all of a sudden now today it won't. But hey, we live in a world where guys can declare that are women, and it is so so why am I surprised that a wall doesn't work? Maybe we need a moat with sharks with lasers. That sounds good. Three zero three seven one three eighty five eighty five. Hi, ed. Hey, thanks for taking my call. I'm on a cell phone in Colorado Springs. So I'll be brief. Okay. I'm I'm a naturalized citizen from England fifty eight years ago. Run a successful business here in Colorado Springs. Turn it over to my son like question to you is rock Hussein Obama gave Iran one hundred and fifty billion. We're never going to see that money back. My question is why did we give that money to Iran that would build a lot of our wall on the big President Trump supporter? I actually bet on him once some money going to be winning again, two years time against these people running against him, you're winning in a landslide in my opinion. And that's my opinion for today. Well, you know, I I don't well the I'm sure he's grateful for your support. Ed, you're asking a question about one hundred and fifty billion dollars to Iran that, you know, I, of course, can speculate about, but you know, depending on who you talk to they say it was their money. I would have just kept it use it to build the wall myself. But they didn't ask me, and they didn't ask you, Ed. And they hate us. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Pretty much ever. Great program. I call o are here to Richard Randall. Oh as often as I can. And again, our president's doing the right thing and these people running against him. I have one quick question for you the money that they're raising each of them raising money they ever give this money back if they don't win the presidency. What happens? No. But there are restrictions on how they can spend that money. They can donate it to political campaigns. They can donate it to charity. They cannot use it to enrich themselves personally. Okay. Yeah. I appreciate you taking my call. No problem, med, welcome. By anytime. My friend anytime artists, you're on KOA NewsRadio. Well, Hello, Mandy. I think everybody expects that. Mexico's can write a check for the wall. That's not the only way Mexico can pay for the wall. If we can keep these thousands of people out that will then not send money, we're paying them and welfare back to Mexico that will pay for the wall, and essentially Mexico will pay for it. How I like that it's more. It's more of an existential way that Mexico is going to pay for it. You know, here's the thing. I don't care if Mexico pays for it. It's our wall. It's our it's necessary to protect our southern border. I don't care if we have to pay for it. We squander and waste so much money at the federal level that we're running a trillion dollar deficit this year trillion, and this is when Republicans are in charge. So please don't like that. I want to hear any of the alligator tears of we just don't have the money. Harry Reid's cowboy poetry festival start there and cut the budget places. Are we sending the people in South American Central America, forty billion going to Honduras, El Salvador? Yeah, my mask can be a little shaky up. I think that's more than five point. Whatever billion agreed agree, and those are the people trying to get across their border. Yep. Their money. Why don't they stay there with the money? I you're out the artists you're asking these kind of questions that I we both know the answer to. Yeah. Isn't that scary though, we do but the Dennis don't? Now, I I would. Hazard guests that it's all they don't care artists about the actual security. They don't care. They just want to know how this is going to benefit them politically. And that is what is I'm just I'm done with it. I'm over it artists. I appreciate the phone. Call is always Mike you are on KOA. Newsradio fellow Mandy happy new year. Happy new year to you, sir. Did you know you may be aware of this? There was a story on CNN. This is not an Saturday night. Live parody the real story that said Donald Trump's use of the word witchcraft. Offensive to real witches. Oh my gosh. Higgins, which is whatever. That's that's a real story. And served ilustrovana. Did it's not about logic. It's not about common sense. It's not about whether walls works about whatever. It takes to take this man down. Okay. I just found. I didn't find it on CNN hang on one second. But I found it on USA today. Let me share with us a story. Mike. It's good. If President Donald Trump is courting the witches vote. He's going about it the wrong way in recent months, and increasingly so it seems Trump is called the investigation of special counsel, Robert Muller a witch hunt. And in the process, he has angered well actual, which is it conjures up for me the burning of ten thousand mostly women in England and surrounding areas were accused.

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