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"redan" Discussed on The Lead

The Lead

02:08 min | 6 months ago

"redan" Discussed on The Lead

"Particular play. The role play can be key in this because they have a large plot for athletes are entertainers have been followings. People understand that voices that are familiar to people. Obviously there's more research that needs to come out that will come out discuss around de-communisation legalisations going to continue. Were still in the very early stages of this but as leagues like the ufc interested in being involved in this and potentially maybe alumni associations other groups that get involved in clinical studies. I think what we see. Is that stigma. Start to break down and more of a mainstream conversation being had about what these it's could be then. Thanks so much for all the hard work you did on this story and for sharing with us thank you so much you can redan robson's full story about athletes and psychedelics at the athletic dot com from wonder and the athletic. I'm under scelzo. Thanks for listening with ad free listening. Find your next podcast with the premium personalized experience on one. Three plus like against the aunts. These highly immersive series takes you straight into the action of the most thrilling survival stories. Here's a quick preview. But then something glints in the beam of his roving flashlight. A pair of frightened eyes staring back at him. He can't believe it there. In the shadows a few feet in front of him. Shivering at alive is a child alot. The child says in a trembling voice then one by one more silhouettes emerged from the dark. How how your own grigor. Rick looks. Back at sean. My god we found them. We found all of them. Listen to against the odds earlier and add free by joining one plus amazon prime members can get four months free by going to www dot amazon dot com slash prime day wondering p l u s terms and conditions apply wondering. Feel the story..

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Coup fighters: Myanmars persistent protesters

The Economist: The Intelligence

01:03 min | 9 months ago

Coup fighters: Myanmars persistent protesters

"Today myanmar's ousted leader aung san suu. She appeared in public for the first time since she was detained a month ago in a coup by the country's military leaders. Her appearance came as people in my own. Mark continued to take to the streets in protest even after the pro democracy movements deadliest day yesterday at least eighteen people were killed. A security forces fired live rounds into crowds across the country. There's no end in sight to the escalation as demonstrations have grown. The junta's methods have become more brutal saturday on mars. To the united nations chemo. Ton made an emotional appeal asking for international assistance. We need fun. Strongest possible action from the international community to immediately and the military coop to stop oppressing the innocent people to redan the state power to the people and to restore democracy.

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"redan" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"redan" Discussed on The IT in the D show: This is what happens when geeks, alcohol, pop culture and current events get together

"There are a couple of others that are coming through. They chose one of the other. Hockey of three five. And in case of Redan on us to What's interesting about about about that is that it's still under the Compassionate you. So you can get your doctor to get you this. Goes on clinical trial and you can get access in certain medical centers in the Indian in Michigan to this monoclonal antibody. And it sounds like. I've seen a lot of the data on this and I and I know a lot of about the people who are doing the development on this and It's it's a really interesting thing. It turns out there was no dosing back. or we it's sort of funny does affect the Middle Dose actually is the most as most they normally Whitney Whitley while she is you know low dose means more response titles being tired of sauce. This case those that goes low for low MSA does middle dose actually has the highest response when you get to high the dose that the effect actually falls on the what a worried about that and we're not really sure. Whether the spreads on a work, normally you'd expect no ghost dose dose. suppressions brush brush kitchen. I'll see that the other thing is that multiple everybody's a pretty big happy molecules at start to build up in your in your kidneys and in your especially in deliver. And so this should be pretty hard on your body but the doctors who are with trump. Balked at this was their best option and that to me was was interesting and and worth thinking about. What we have, if you can't get they regenerate amount of my buddy, then the convalescent plasma which is honored use authorization about last night is. One that doesn't concentrate on to antibodies spun bound for people's blood. His does have the disease, and then you get those a collection of antibodies and not quite as targeted that what is good. So he get the region. Cocktail get that one but alternatively, there's wasted block that Blah block the virus. COMBOS, are worth exploring more now I think based on what these doctors and these are. The best doctors note faces President Trump has the best doctors in the world working on this I'm no doubt about it. I mean you would hope. So yeah. Yeah have me entries after they've they've talked to everybody. And in some cases. Leaving hit Mina respectfully. Because, I got a call on Wednesday about some of these things Our of disappear is already approved again under merge youth use and This is NATO. especially good out of a hospital for lengthy stays..

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"Sports blogging" with WhiteSox Dave - Episode 028 - burst 01

The Sportscaster and Her Son

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"Sports blogging" with WhiteSox Dave - Episode 028 - burst 01

"You just said your redline Radio podcasts how do you get players on? We'd do other huddling on our own so you don't go through the team. I if point no boy I always give them the a heads up. Yeah. Like a professional courtesy. So if like Giulio or a Redan or you know Danny Mandich was on last week or two weeks ago, those guys I'll do is hit me. Hey on this. And they they like that are style of interview. We. Don't talk a torn about baseball like we'll talk about college. Or Video Games or music or you know what you put on your accounting be sandwiches like that kind of stuff. So it's like It's Stanford I'm Kinda let their hair down a little bit and just beat themselves. So it'd be like that and they enjoy doing it. So you are you around the team are you allowed to be around as a reporter? Do they the players know you or is everything done remotely? While right now we have to be remote I. if like they've given me processes when I've asked for them but that's not what I'm here for like there's enough people that like got merging a good friend of mine like those guys all do a great job. like covering the team from the beat writers perspective I. Don't try to do that I try to cover it from the homer fan boy perspective, and that's why that's made us successful and way. So when is Steve Stone coming on Redline Radio Broadcasts? We will find out meeting tonight online last night. Last. Night Stock Math winters a friend of mine very rayfield and He won talked he came in our office today and they do the video for the next day that they earned the broadcast I was in I can't him come into the office from video I'm not positive. They're GONNA wet Like me being a video or they're going to allow it so we'll see I didn't see anything wrong to him like I and I. Hundred different time go at week or so. He said that like fans shouldn't be carrying about wins and losses right now that we should only be happy baseball back I disagreed with him I'd say, Hey, like we haven't seen a playoff team since two thousand twelve. We. Expected a team to be really good this year they just started one in four like what did you expect the reaction to be any blackmail for like? Think, Long. Neck or anything and I never would I eat don't like he one of the smartest guys you can yeah, ever pop into. Site dating wrongs we agreed any black me. He didn't WanNa talk about which whatever but I made a joke of it, and now I think and of course, people took it too far and were you know sending him tweet about me that are completely false and everything and He he like want nothing to do with me. But if that's the case then I'm GonNa, do my job and have fun. So. Do you think that his reaction was just like a straight up no tolerance to like going back and forth on twitter or do you think the he in a way like knew who you were or knew about the barstool brand just didn't want to deal with it. I think that I do not think you know. He's he's seventy three years old look throughout the day. So He's obviously a little out of our demographic. I'm assuming he's not living on twitter like you know all of us millennials are used as and so I do not think he has any clue. Once. We had our little back and forth and like I said, I, wasn't like I was mad at the team because I like better I think and I said I, I don't think I'm not worried about the team I met that seems underperforming which they underperformed Carlos or Don came on the podcast after he got shelters I start and he's like suck last night I'm terrible I August insider first innings to nothing I can't be putting my team to nothing like they knew it to the players knew it. They weren't mad at me nobody else's mad at me so why why he's Like. Everybody was in agreement with me that the team was underperforming and that's always said and he and he was not have actually I. think he was in on the joke for a while until people were like taking it too far from Bharti retreat, which was not what I intended whatsoever so.

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How the Syria deal between Turkey and Russia will work

Monocle 24: The Briefing

11:45 min | 2 years ago

How the Syria deal between Turkey and Russia will work

"And welcome to today's edition of the briefing with me Andrew Muller it is difficult to conjure a grammar prospect than having in your future decided on an agreement between Turkish President Richard Type One and Russian President Vladimir Putin such however is exactly the outlook facing the key words in the area of northern Syria they had come to Coleridge Uva and who until very recently considered themselves rock-solid allies off and perhaps therefore protected by the United States Turkey and Russia have agreed to what they call oversee what they call a withdrawal of Kurdish forces the Kurds IC- matters differently I'm joined by Paul Rogers a professor of peace studies at Bradford University who has written extensively on the war in Syria and Hannah Lucinda Smith Istanbul respondent for the Times how in Istanbul first of all what do we know about how Russia and Turkey expect this deal to work because on the face of it it would seem to require an amount of cooperation from the Kurds good morning well yeah I think the first thing that we should say about the deal that was struck in Saudi last night this is hugely more details than either of the deals struck between Turkey and the US previously on the safe zone finds exactly where the safe zone is going to be how exactly it's going to be patrolled in court Rodney as you say most of those areas is going to be cleared of Kurdish fighters guide to be patrolled either by acids and Russian forces or also with Turkish forces as well joint patrols now of course this completely relies on on the Kurds agreeing to this agreeing to withdraw from his areas but quite frankly they don't really have much other choices they turned to ask that assu weeks ago when Turkey I launches assault there was a military memorandum of understanding signed between the two sides that point and to be honest they really hunger and yet the cause to play it's difficult see how they have any leeway to oppose this agreement just to follow that up is clear then at least on the in terms of this agreement where they intend or expect the Kurds to go now all we know is that they're going to be goes out of an area generally ten kilometers along the border apart from certain towns also from the towns of manage and tell Ra fats to the west of the area and everyone is going to be pulled back thirty clumps away from that border now obviously that's a small sex Shen in in kind of pure land mass terms of what the the Kurdish dominated forces controlled in Syria but it does also include almost all of their main towns this is the commish that factor capital falls outside of this arrangement it's unclear exactly in the long term how that's going to be trolled. The moment is a mixture of Kurdish regime fighters but all the other towns on the border that's where the huge bulk of the population in Syria Lebanon redan clear at that at this point where if they choose lead times they civilians are going to go Bring Paul Rogers in at this point Paul how do you expect this to play out because it would appear that militarily at least the the military wing of the Syrian democratic forces the white PG they don't really have any options Jackie and Russia both huge well-equipped military's the Kurds have very little heavy weaponry they certainly don't have an air force will they make any attempt at all do you imagine to defend what they have I think is unlikely that they will do any defense in the conventional sense in the slightly longer term may be the equivalent of of Salter Grid warfare but in the short term degree very much that they're in a very weak position I think the point that hunters was making very significant in terms of the out of control the techs are prepared to ensure if not control themselves with a mixture of Syrian and Russian forces so also saying that Turkey really like is to be able to control the area right across the border Syria from the the whole sort of length of the border winches many hundreds Columbus the area that they do control in the West because of their own associates is quite big what remains is something like four hundred twenty kilometers this particular agreement appears to cover about one hundred and twenty kilometers Ms Hammet says this is an area where the Kurds each populations particularly concentrated for the still nearly something like two thirds of the total area which isn't under this agreement we simply don't know what's going to happen there but in direct answer to your question I think it is unelected the that's what offer any major resistance to this at least in the short term but just to follow that up poll should we therefore assume that agreement that was struck between the code and the Syrian regime for all that was ever worth is now formerly a dead letter it seems to be yes I mean if you look at this in a wider sense trump's decision to Morris withdraw the troops and Syria although they've not been large they've been pretty significant we tend to forget an addition to these troops what nobody talks about in polite circles is the presence of question number special forces including it suspected special forces from Britain and France that have involved in trying to prevent escape of the Isis fighters they haven't been very successful in that at present because there are so many isis fighters in some of the detention camps but from the Russian perspective that this is really very good for them I mean their overall plan is to have as much influence a series they can for minimum cost on the way they played the air war was very rough very tough but not huge costly a while they now seeing is the will be actually be some Russian forces even quite small a nominal in these zones as part of the sort of protection patrols which means that they will be extending their influence geographically very little costing sells out of that expect it is pretty Kaputin and one would say that in that respect is also good for the United States how does it look like this is playing the one domestically is is it proving popular with Turks generally this idea that I and his pitches basically two fold that he has cleared what he described observe terrorist menace from away from Turkey's borders and he has now opened up spicing which Turkey can repatriate some of the millions of Syrians who have fled into the country since two thousand eleven sure I think it's very important burdwan he manages to to spin every get series of victory at home you know I think we shouldn't forget that a major part of his reason for launching this operation in the first place was to kind of Rowson domestic supporting tools to deflect attention away from so many other things that have been plaguing in this year the economy's going terribly he suffered major losses in local elections at this yes now taking the Turkish front pages this morning and you know should remind you the only sort of the Turkish media is controlled by one and his allies the reaction to the deal last night is a lot more kinds of restraints than was the reaction to the deal with Mike Pence last Thursday after that deal the headlines thank took his one and Turkish victory now the much more restrained they're saying the Terry corridor has been committed to history so there's a lot more restrained language I think it's almost certain that presentation on even though he's got nowhere near what he was setting out to get when he first started talking about launching this unilateral campaign a few weeks ago you know he was talking about taking a stretch of border four hundred forty kilometers long he's got far less than that but I mean certainly he's going to into a victory he's going to say the state of Rosia varies name more the Thai have got rid the terror threat from our border and this is another victory for me and my policies all the the Syrian conflict which is now approaching the end of its first decade has proved ceaselessly in depressingly inventive in finding ways to perpetuate itself but bearing that in mind do we at least see some outline of what a final settlement might look like because isn't this Turkey coming around ever for the to the idea that Bashar Al Assad has basically one that he will remain president of Syria I think that's true a and I would agree generally that this is being a good period for a set himself and his regime not least because the Kurds are having to accept that he can be a kind of counter to the increase Turkish influence the one big question remains though is what this does to the other kinds of militia groups are not much talk about the ones in North West Syria in Italy province but more the Isis elements and here there is a lot happening although against very difficult piece out precisely what the Americans of taken about a thousand of their troops from Syria into western Iraq but one report from the Pentagon this morning suggested this is a temporary there's thousand we'll be withdrawn entirely so it makes it to the American seem to be persisting in trump's wished rashly with morton withdrawal more fully than it is his phone one can say extremely good news in perhaps the the group that may benefit most is actually isis itself who far from going away I'll still there regenerating in Syria and in Iraq and the connection here is they still had many hundreds property several thousands of their toughest paramilitaries in detention one sort or another in the in the powder Syria those are really coming out back into circulation it's very similar to what happened in two thousand twelve thirteen with the so-called operation breaking the walls when what was the remnants of the old HQ I in Iraq managed to break out many that toughest paramilitaries from Iraqi prisons now it's not so much breaking out now because these went so well protected this time but it's the same kind of thing playing at a smaller scale and it's gone who almost certainly boost isis overall now that has an impact in Iraq or serious very difficult to tell but that's the one unknown in this current situation ought to come back to you finally a major part of President Prospectus that the the P. G. R. A. Anti-kurdish terrorist organization has been the alleged relationship with the Peak Aka the Turkey the Kurdish rather organization which has been waging war against Turkey for decades we'll doin be anticipating or nervous about any potential response to this deal from the PKK well I think the listening to say as you know the the the links between the what PG and the and the PK care real I mean when I first started reporting on the war PG in late two thousand thirteen you know well before they had even heard much indefinitely before before they go US backing I mean they were very very open about the fact Turkey ideologically that clearly linked to the to the PK K.. And you know I think everyone probably should be very worried about retaliation from the okay inside Turkey a ceasefire broke down in the summer of two thousand fifteen since then we've seen really wide scale conflicts across southeastern Turkey happening often in the city centers in many cities enters destroyed by fighting between Turkish security for some pick the

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"redan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"redan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Problem. I've heard it too much and the other thing about about Bob Marley. And I'm sure that you, you probably know this Vic is that whenever an artist dies at a young age. There's a massive mystique that immediately becomes attached to that person. You know, went and bought me mossbacher earlier. He was young when he when he died and, and so and he was a hero to so many people, you know, especially in Jamaica and so like that reverence became after he passed away that reverence became well, not, not to be no pun intended. But legendary and that, that goes along with how people perceive, his music is, is just, you know, the, the reputation that he had. Excuse me. I, I know that he's beloved by the people of Jamaica, I knew several people from Jamaica when I lived in the Caribbean and in fact, I had a may do lived in the home. She was a live in maid. She was from Jamaica loved, Bob Marley. Yeah. Absolutely forty five the band, self titled the band. Yeah. Never had heard of them is that do you think a lot of people hadn't heard of the band, or I think a lot of people already definitely dead. I hadn't heard of them. I didn't know a single song on the album. The I was completely foreign to me, there's a there's a great recommend. Did you like the way I did? Yeah, there's a great great concert film that Martin's worth that Martin Scorsese directed called the last waltz. I read about that. Yeah. Enjoyed that album. You should definitely see the movie because one of the best concert documentaries, ever made I plan on it. I wrote it down and said, watch it. Yes. Yes, yes, I read about the band. How what was it about that you that you enjoyed their the thing? This is the kind of sounds contemporary like this could be abandoned day in some of the tracks. Yeah. Really? I, I had to read about it, though, because I couldn't figure out why they were on the top one hundred not to be critical of them, but I didn't it didn't blow my mind this album, but I read more as I read more about them. You know, I kind of understand why why it made the list. But I really it's just a guest. I really do. You can you tell me what, what was so great about this. How, how did it land at forty five above some of the other? The thing about the band, is that they were musicians musicians, and they'd Redan and Robbie Robertson is considered one of the greatest songwriters of all time Levant helm. The guys in the band were revered, especially people people in the business. Can I say something? That's a great point. That I forgot one thing I read about them was that's how they came up with their name, that sell a lot of the, the front men that they played behind would introduce them as the Bank and also a month before this album came out, which Dow came out, sixty nine they played at the final day of Woodstock and were introduced as the band. And then when the album came out they decided to name themselves, the ban, because a lot of people would stop kind of like them. Yeah. Yeah. No. Like I said there they were a really revered as a as you know. And when you see the movie, the last waltz. The incredible talent that show up for what's supposed to be their last show is insane. Dylan shows up Neil young. I mean it just the list of people who showed up to be at the band's final gig. It just shows you how much they were loved, and how much they were revered by the people in the business as well. That had to be one of the reasons why they ended up on this list. Yeah. No question about it. Well, I did write down that I loved, I can't recall it right now to memory. But trek six whispering pines. I loved that because I wrote a track five up on critical crab, cripple creek classic. Yeah. I love them and track twelve king harvest that sounded familiar, actually. Yeah. I may have heard that one. Okay. All right. Hang.

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"redan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"redan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That direction. We're not going to permit fingers to point. We're not going to think even allow even thoughts in that direction. No, no, no, no, my friends. But let's play the game just to start for Justice second year. Even if the Notre Dame fire was not arson. There is no denying that attacks on churches churches throughout France throughout Europe are on the upswing. I'm gonna tell you something folks. This is just me. But watching those those pictures yesterday as that cathedral was burning. Throughout the afternoon into the evening watching all that. I thought I was looking at what may well be a symbolism for all of Europe going up in flames. This is simply. Head in the sand denial. To refuse to openly accept what is happening throughout France. And throughout Europe. And the very idea that there is this concerted effort coupled with a demand to ignore all of this. In my nature is all I need to believe that maybe there's some things going on that everybody knows in some just will not admit and will not permit discussion of. Because there is no denying that attacks on churches in France. And all over Europe are on the upswing. It's undeniable. Is not all arson not random arson and everybody knows this. So it makes all the sanctimony is concerned about about Notre Dame from the people on drive by media cable. News channels kind of rings a little hollow to me since Sam news outlets. Can't be bothered to even report on the attacks on churches, the attacks on Christianity that have been taking place. Throughout Europe and Africa. Not to mention the war on Christianity in the United States, which they are helping to wage these are undeniable things that are happening and yet. The compulsion in the mainstream media is to do just that not just ignore it. But to chastise castigate and attack anybody who might even try to point it out, even while aknowledging the possibility that not Redan was fouled, by arson. There is a trend that has developed in the drive by media. And it is it is happening all over cable news. It's happening. It doesn't matter where you could go in the mainstream media. Any story that comes out any story? If the story is a negative for the Republicans or for conservatives than that. Alone is the story. However, if a story emerges that is bad for the left like the Covington kids.

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"redan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"redan" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ettarashany possible. I love circle cutting by Rask now crazy was back defensively to at least disrupt the shot a little bit now pasta gov. The right wing at center into the landing zone. Circle. Krejci back for David posture dot of circle said powerplays that appoint McEvoy right circle. Creaky? Micromax voice center point posture. Knock shoots off the side of the net. Really bad brusque. Left corner left circle pasta cross as for creepy. Wanna await left of the penalty set point McEvoy rights or go to creaky? Path Debrosse because checked by God's God's gets the puck and a stick and lifts at for Joseph. He'll paying down the far sideline of the ice. Stamkos score right off the bat on the penalty. Kill and then moments later, Joseph shorthanded opportunity postured zigzagging out to center ice kind of gets tied up with the gourd Mockus bounce into the lightning and Martell is after it he kind of whiffs on a tip though. But Gord follows up top it down the ice are tells zooming after it Martell shorthand of the offensive end scored by the daddy Gord. We're gonna apply Johannesen exits the middle. It's camper. Twenty five the penalty crossed the line. Here is Hainan, right circle coil. Mike Redan high net rights circles set appoint grizzly of circle camphor sixteen of the penalty by that it off his stick John Rudas after it. How's it up the far side wolves out of the zone? Time odds down the penalty covert.

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"redan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"redan" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Again, I encourage you to go to conservative view and Redan Horowitz's piece on how can be done. Without harming commerce. And that it was done before. Oh, you didn't know that? While you must be reading the New York Times Washington Post. The president has other ideas, he saying, you know, if Mexico keeps this up because you know, none of these illegal immigrants from south and Central American get here in let's say or the vast majority unless they come through Mexico. Impart Trump saying, right? Look, I'll give you a year. Because he knows he doesn't have any backing today. And he's saying. Bentley that maybe I'll use tariffs on your cars. Mexico figure out a way to punish you till you stop this. Because you have among the most. Aggressive anti immigrant laws in the hemisphere. But you won't stop people from coming into our country travelling through your country. Anyway, here's what the president said today. Cut thirteen. Go good things are happening with Mexico. Mexico understands that. Close the border or tariff the cars, the one of the other than from risotto for the tariffs. That'll be very powerful because Mexico has the strongest emigration laws anywhere in the world. They don't have courts. Like we do. We have a stupid system, of course. Occurs in the world. We could be the only country that has put the foot on the property. You put a foot into the United States. Congratulations. Go get very Mason to represent you end up with a court case. And then they release you and you come back for five years later, but nobody comes back to percents come back. Not. So smart ones. Come back. It's the most ridiculous system anyone's ever seen and we have catch and release, and we have chain migration. Somebody comes in and brings old family..

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"redan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"redan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"High near thirty two it's twenty one now at O'hare twenty two at midway Twenty-one in river forest and Twenty-one along the lakefront, I'm Bob Kessler and the WGN newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. Twenty WGN on the Redan live here at the AllState skyline studio high atop Chicago land. It looks nice from in here. We know that it's cold out. They're not nearly as bad as it was yesterday while the last day and a half or so it's been really really bad, windy cold. Another bad temperatures. We had maybe a week ago, but but certainly unpleasant, and I think fits the, you know, with our brand and some of the things on the flyers you'd see four Chicago, Illinois. So it goes with territory, we have great summers. And and we've got a great show on tap for you today. We're going to have another eclectic blend. We're going to have some food. We're going to recognize national pizza day observed I think it was I think it was yesterday. I asked you if you could look up the end of his tater tot day, and there's always a day for everything pizza day is one I think you've got to celebrate it all year. Long course, we're going to have Louis Missouri and a little later on in the program, one of the great, and and most renowned PTO lows from the culinary PT academy. So I'm excited for that have him in. Studio. Maybe he'll bring some pizza going to bring the family. It'll be fun to see him also on the show and coming up right after the break, we're going to have Adam Corolla, you know, him from the man show Jimmy Kimmel, you know, him from love line with Dr drew his podcast one of the top podcasts around on the racing side. And the car side, though, he is an accomplished car collector and racer he has a bunch of Paul Newman's cars. And then when you think of cars, you do think Paul noon right dot cuts in he was also in Reckitt Ralph Ralph I have not want to though, I love the soundtrack it. Well, here's the thing. Even if you don't have kids issued get there, they're making movies that are that are fun. I enjoyed it. Just as much as I think the kids did maybe for different reasons in different ways. But there's a lot of fun stuff in there. Adam Corolla is gonna join us a little bit after a little bit. After the first break, then we're going to have chip while he's the president of Daytona International Speedway as they get ready for the Daytona five hundred the festivities are already beginning. And I a kick it a high gear next week. He had into next Sunday the seventeenth for the sixty first running of that so excited to talk with him. Jeff Moro, he got to know him. You loved him as the sandwich. King now is on the kitchen for the food network. It is an EMMY nominated show, of course, locally here with pork. And mindy. We're gonna talk about south beach, Sobe wine and food fast. He's going to be heading down. There do as events the excited to talk with Jeff a little bit later on in the program as well. The thirty two tied car Ricky craven he is the guy that was part of the closest finish in NASCAR history along with Kurt Busch. He's going to be joining us later on the program as well. And Neil heights, actually, do you normally go to taste of Chicago. Yeah. I do. I love it. You should write the kind of thing. That isn't happening now because really it's very cold. But Neil heights is going to be joining us. He's the manager tastes Chicago from D case, cultural affairs, and and all the things that the city does to make Chicago, even more fun, and certainly tastier. They're going to be recruiting restaurants. There's a lot of opportunities that go far beyond what people were thinking of in the past trying to get a lot of our great restaurants and chefs involved even more this year than last year. It's been a great event always working make greater excited to have him on in a little bit as well. So here's the other thing that we're going to be doing, you know, the bona fide riders show, and we still have some of those since the auto show is going on. I got a chance to check out a Ford GT with had the heritage paint scheme. You know, the orange and the blue if you check out the Instagram that we've got for the show for me. I chance to there's some great all the cars know, whether it's the the trucks the.

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"redan" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"redan" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

"But the only reason it serves me well as because when I do I'm like, yeah. Motherfucker like you said you were going to do this. And you did it, and he's gotta have that neurochemical reward for doing the things that he said he was going to do. Now, if somebody's really struggling with anxiety and depression have to be super careful about using punishment. But when you feel that way about Faulk Minnesota was going to do it. And I didn't do it. I'm schmuck, you kinda gotta let that sink in. So that you don't do that again the next day. But you can't let it become this self re reinforcing death spiral where it's like you just feel worst about yourself every day every day, which makes it even harder. So I would say for him to really focus on like ninety five split between ninety five percent rewarding himself and being stoked when he does the things that he said he was going to do. And then only five percent of the time like poking himself. From the ribs. And being like, yo you said you were going to do this and you didn't. And here's the thing when you tie it to your identity like being the kind of person you want to be feels so amazing that I I want that for everybody. I want people to know what it's like. And look, you don't set it to like, you know, the ideal ideal version of myself, I'm perfect, and I'm Nelson Mandela like you said it someone that's better than you are now fifty percent better than you are now and you aim for that person when you get near that person that you're going to stretch out again, and again, but being the kind of person that you want to be feels extraordinary the other day, and I post about it this on Instagram the other day, I opened the fridge, and I was probably in day three maybe four of my fast, and I saw hickama in the fridge, and I had this emotional crisis. Because I was like, no if I have that piece of hickama, literally known would know I could've eaten it, not even my wife. I would know. But I would know. And so for me it was like even though it was this momentary impulse. There was no way that I was going to give into it. Because I want to feel some kind of way about myself. And I'm telling you, the only thing that really matters is how do you feel about yourself when you're by yourself if you know, you're fucking upstanding. And you do the things that you say that you wanna do the you're always striving to be more be better. You're gonna feel amazing about yourself. And so that's Redan really has to focus. He's got to start earning credibility with himself and that only comes from doing hard things and doing what you say you're going to do. So he's probably not ready for cultures. But man, even thirty seconds in culture like it. It's you need more time than that to get the like the cold shock proteins. But even just being able to stare down that nozzle when you know, you're about to turn on a shower that is going to be ice cold and is going to blast. You like even if you just do it ro ro fast. His powerful man is powerful. And you begin to earn that credibility with yourself? So those are the things that I would say he needs to start doing. And then also he just needs to understand this is a process and so- undoing the the spiral that he's innovating citing depression is not going to happen overnight. But it can and will happen. He just has to be consistent. So I don't normally preach baby steps. This is one time. I will say it is very okay to take baby steps to start things going in the right direction. And hey, let's talk about some really simple shit watch some comedies men. Find some comedians that you think are absolutely hysterical and put that stuff on laughing and being a beat and allowing yourself to feel light all of that stuff makes a huge difference. You just have to do it, man. This is all like, you know, tending the garden kind of stuff you have to do it. You've got to put in the work. I keep going. But if he does those things actually does them it will begin a turnaround of..

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"redan" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"redan" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"Entertainment report Redan, she is some nets. South. The. Wait a minute. Thank. Victorino? Pinto. No, no, no, no. Works. That's what I knew it was over there. Like us. So does he. Tolstoy? Depots? That properly. Poem. Thank you. No. Hey, this is Lucas Graham on one zero three five kiss FM number one for new music love someone. I wake up in a pinch. Still..

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"redan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

05:56 min | 3 years ago

"redan" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Why doesn't let me call that number? It doesn't. How're you? Call hold on. Oh, I didn't do nine. Maybe. Maybe. Okay. I know. It's hard in the studio because this phone that's why I'm dialing so slow. Come on. What does I dialed nine and then one I'll try one more time nine okay now one. Eight five six two one nine zero six eight nine. Okay. That fast busy. So so I can't believe you get through doggone it. I wanted to. I wanted to hear it. I wanted to call him. I wanted to give him a hard time. So you got a number. Why isn't it working to somebody? Try Suzanne you try it on another line. Maybe maybe I'm doing something wrong. Listen, thank you for calling. Here's what I want to say social security will never call you. I r s will never call you people with educational grants will never call you. How many times do people have to hear this? Apple will never call. You. For Microsoft with the security alert. So would they have a security alert? They say they will never ever call you three. Oh, three seven one three talk is our number, and you can certainly call us seven one three eight two five five let's dip into the mailbox. I do this every now and then because the the calls are we go right through them. And we'll get through yours. Two three zero three seven one three eight two five five, Mike. Go ahead. What is happening in your life? Mike. Oh, well, I think you shouldn't dial one before the eight hundred number why why well on my cell phone. I let me try it. Did I tried it without the one, Tom? Doggone it anyway. So what's going on with sprint? Oh, neither such a hole. Yeah. Can we say on the air? We can say eight hall. I'm sure we can cause we're saying a whole and we're saying, hey, we're not saying anything wrong. Okay. Go ahead. Yeah. I guess they changed the terms of my agreement. My prepay did a plan. And then then for me it stopped working. Well, they can. I mean, what's so. So they changed it. How do you? I mean. Change it back. What's the deal? Well, they can't they can't find my account when I call up every damn number. They have in. When I go to every damn store in town. Can you say damn I think it can say damn, okay? So he said, Dan, put them all together. B M A whole, okay? Go ahead. Redan store. Yes. Yes. You know, untold hours and headaches trying to get trying to get the same change or cancel. I I couldn't get it to work stop working. So. And couldn't fix it. And then I ran around and then they can never find my cow. It's a prepaid data plan that that's okay. Well, it sounds like a nightmare. Do you have a number? Do you have do you have a contact that you call their, you know, usually, and I do this a lot because I listened to Mark. I really did he cancels and he gets sent to this. I don't know retention department or something and he showed me on this one account. He had and I'm not saying he's some big sage or wise old, man. But this one county had he said, oh, they always Bill this, and I always get it reduced. And what do you mean you always get a reduce it's an annual fee? I know, but I'll get it reduced. And I said well how I'm just gonna cancel and he calls. I was on hold on please they sent him to some other department and within the few minutes, they cut the price from what to what Mark you that one one hundred sixty a year. One hundred and ten. Just like that. Sprintone. So no. But but they're not different. I mean, seriously, Mike if you on some prepaid thing man, why don't you just leave and go to another? If you're prepaid. Yeah. That's what I did. And then and then they're billing me for data. I'm not I'm not able to use my credit card. How do you get billed on a prepaid account? Mike. Well, they just felt my credit card, and I met a credit card company won't help me. They can't the who's the. Yeah. They can you first of all you can you can void them as a authorized withdrawing agent. Did you know that? Well, that's what I requested. Then you need to who's your credit card. Credit one Bank yet, really a Mike. I'm serious now. On a serious note. You dispute the charge don't use that card anymore. And screw code one. Another company. I don't know what else to tell you, man. If it's prepaid and they're so terrible. Stop using them. I I hate being overly simplistic, oh to one of the sprint stores in nice mall, lake park meadows and just hang out there for a day. Well, if you go to the stores, you often have better results, you really what you do. You're dealing with person. Brad. What's going on Brad eight? I got a number for you. I got a phone call on my way to work does good does the number work. Yes. It back. I wanna do it off the air. I want to try it. I don't mean. Try it off the air. I want you to give it to Suzanne hold on a sec. And then Suzanne I'll call coming back. I, you know, it's been a long time since.

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"redan" Discussed on The Argument

The Argument

02:54 min | 3 years ago

"redan" Discussed on The Argument

"The beginning of twenty nine thousand nine has looked promising for women in politics, Nancy Pelosi, of course, is the speaker of the house. Again, Nancy Pelosi extent, you this gavel congress now has more women than it's ever had before over one hundred women members of congress the largest number in his through. Elizabeth Warren has announced her run for the presidency and several other female candidates may follow suit. This is definitely progress. But it sure does seem like female politicians face, a different level of scrutiny, then male politicians do whether it's Alexandria accustomed. Cortez. Having to talk about her clothing and Redan saying they are obsessed on my God, she's dancing. She is dancing or Elizabeth Warren having to talk about whether she's likable or sheet to Leib a new congresswoman having to talk about her use of profanity democratic congresswoman Rashida to leave is raising eyebrows with a remark about President Trump. So today, we want to ask a question is America panicked by women in power, Michelle? What do you think? I mean, I think obviously, although there's also clearly huge part of America that is really excited by female leaders. You know in particularly after the devastation of the twenty sixteen election almost see something redemptive in the rise of this new class of powerful female politicians. But I do think I mean to take Elizabeth Warren, particularly, and I'm going to say this again, and again, but full disclosure, my husband has been doing work for Elizabeth Warren. You know, I can remember. Member in two thousand sixteen how many people said, well, you know, I don't like Hillary Clinton. You know, she she seems so shrill and phony and angry. But of course, I'm ready to vote for women. You know, I would vote for Lisbeth Warren in a heartbeat and lo and behold to you know, a couple years later. Well, you know, I just don't love just something about that. Elizabeth Warren that I don't like, but you know, maybe I would vote for I don't know Amy klobuchar Kamala Harris, or you know, Alexandria, Akassou Cortez when she's finally old enough to run for president. And there's a huge amount of social science research to back up. The fact that women when they're seeking powerful positions or seen as dishonest are seen as morally suspect. So you see that refracted again, and again, and I think you see it. Refracted in different ways for different candidates, depending on both ideological concerns. You know, age concerns identity, right? The sort of sexist treatment of Elizabeth Warren is very different than the sexist treatment of Alexandria, Cossio Cortez who I think provokes a huge amount of anxiety and obsession and fascination in a lot of conservative men because they both hate her and desire her..

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"redan" Discussed on Fore Play

Fore Play

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"redan" Discussed on Fore Play

"Unfortunately, it's a real shame that it works that way. It really every time which sucks. Favorite golf course on the PGA tour. It's always answer this one with Meijer's versus non majors. So my favorite regular to rent would be Riviera just love the history their loved the style of golf, you know, treeline shape it with the whole. And and there's really no gimmicks tonight. Golf course. It's right in front of you. But it's it's hard to get. And then I guess would be my favorite major venue. We play. Gotcha. Fact, we almost need to stop ask that question because everyone says he'll just say Gus. But favorite golfing experience wouldn't be Augusta. It's just it you never, you know, it's phenomenal place. There's wonderful people there. But I'd never feel comfortable. I never feel like I never know what I can and can't do and I never really feel that comfortable so the Gulf persons. Great the experience of like being on the property is a little it would be a little much for some. What's your what what what club or coarser, you know, kind of top rated course, and club and all that would be kind of your favorite golfing experience. Oh, that's a good question. I'm I'm fortunate to be a member whisperer, and that's kind of what they pride themselves on their. There's all about the hang. And so it's just an awesome men's grill. You know, good TV situation. Good. Everyone hangs out as a beer afterwards and food, and you're watching the, you know, whatever sporting events are on, you You know. know, you can basically do whatever you want. So I'm a big fan of that one. Yeah. I've heard whispered I've heard really really good stories about whisper Aker that places a fantastic place to hang out. He goes for the Phoenix Open. Let me know ran the cart with you in that. That might be a rather take you hope that wasn't just a token invite because I'm going to take you up on that for sure. Hello. How far does your stock? Seven iron go. Now or normally typically not not after back surgery. One eighty one eighty I feel like that's just a good marker for most people 'cause like they like to know seven iron compare because sometimes you see these guys and it's always inflated. It's not always. But a lot of times it could be or few inflators. It'd be way down hill down win. It's two five or the guys got seven hundred. So stock seventy one idiots pretty impressive. If you have one golf shot back your entire career. What would it be? Good question. Thank you. That's too. That's your second question. Really? You're on a roll. Okay. We always count. How many times the guest says good question gotten to arm and contains that is where you got five. Rush. Anyways, you could have one I wouldn't say the seventeenth the seventy first hole of the tour championship in two thousand sixteen. I hit a drive rough at T Mr. fairway by a yard in in having to pit basically pitch out from there. And then try and get a par and it make a bogey losing playoff. So I would say in the number of the shots on that whole of before I hit before tapped in would take over and know that I could do better than what I did what part of your game. Are you most confident? But I'd like to sit in one of the better drivers of the ball. So my driving have is a fan or member of the gallery ever gotten under your skin. Yeah. I like to I I'm not afraid to trip back at Shinnecock this share on Saturday. There was some guys on the seven t the par-three three Redan hole. Yep. And this guy I was dating burger. He were one of the first few groups out on Saturdays. You're not playing any good..

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"redan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"redan" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Oh, this is what you were talking about the Cossio Kartez dance video I hadn't seen it. Until just now, I'm watching it on Twitter. It's not like anything inappropriate is. There's no stripper pole or anything. No good to play the dancing on a rooftop any context here. I mean, what is she doing? Just having fun being a college kid, and for whatever reason some people on the right have gone out her for this, which I find to be just a little on the Redan dick side. Look, I'm not in Okaz, yo Cortez fan at all. But there's plenty enough ammo to go out her with without using this. I mean college video where she's having fun being a college can't leave her alone for that. Now, if you want to talk policy, if you wanna talk about the way, she's handling herself. Now that she's an elected official. Now, we got ourselves a ball game. Because I did see a tweet from the socialist sweetheart where she was kind of making herself out to be a victim. Because here's what happened yesterday while they were doing the voting for Nancy Pelosi, electing her the speaker of the house after she casts her vote for Nancy. You hear the Republicans in the room kind of booth and a little bit. Cossio Cortes felt like they were booing her personally. And she put out a tweet over two hundred members voted for Nancy Pelosi yesterday, yet the GOP only booed one me. Don't hate me. Cause you ain't me fellas. So we're going to play you the audio of her vote, and you're going to listen closely. I want you to hear when they announced her name. And then after she casts her vote for Nancy Pelosi. Yes..

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"redan" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"redan" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Reviews. And I think we have more than our share in American soccer. I've two more questions to impose upon you. The first one you are at Russia twenty eighteen what's your favorite memory allow because that tournament? I think I think we're still pining after. Yeah. For me. It's Laycock is dummy against Japan on their winning goal on the Brady that hope play really in the comeback. That Belgium had being down to nothing in the second half to Japan. That was just such a an exhilarating game. It was the best game at the tournament. And I yeah, I mean, I really enjoyed the whole thing in part because this was the first time ever I watched every game of the World Cup. Because the US wasn't there. I wasn't traveling around following the US in. So I literally watched every game on TV at the FOX compound in red square right near our studio. And so I was able to talk about the tournament and all the story lines with the knowledge of having seen the games. I was able to put together a best eleven and feel good about it. A my question is do you still hear from DJ Redan cool? I hang out wanna goes on Redan. Go has not or Leonid Leo has not been to the US yet. But we have exchanged messages. He had a new track come out not too long ago. And when he does come to New York, I would very much look forward to seeing him. I think we are going to connect on when you go for dinner. Do you sit at a table on your own eating and he's behind you kind of just UK? Throw it to him. It's what's most comfortable forever. I mean think about this by the way gusts hitting is in this group that I'm on this nightly show with Redan co the DJ Cobi Jones, Fernando, Fiore K tab dough. And it was a it was a good group of people. And I enjoyed that. I had if you told me a few years ago that I would be like on the air with Gus Hiddink and night. I would have said you're kidding me. And yet he in particular. It was a guy who I enjoyed spending time around and had much more of a sense of humor in a sense of fun about him than I would have expected. Very cool. Hey, this was great, man. We really appreciate the time should be a fun year for US soccer. We'll see which way it goes. But thank you for for coming in and setting us up with guys. I enjoyed it. Good stuff, man. Listening to KADO side soccer podcast..

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"redan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"redan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Reviews. And I think we have more than our share in American soccer. I've two more questions to impose upon you. The first one you are at Russia twenty eighteen what's your favorite memory allow because that tournament? I think I think we're still pining after. Yeah. For me. It's Laycock is dummy against Japan on their winning goal on the Brady that hope play really in the comeback. That Belgium had being down to nothing in the second half to Japan. That was just such a an exhilarating game. It was the best game at the tournament. And I yeah, I mean, I really enjoyed the whole thing in part because this was the first time ever I watched every game of the World Cup. Because the US wasn't there. I wasn't traveling around following the US in. So I literally watched every game on TV at the FOX compound in red square right near our studio. And so I was able to talk about the tournament and all the story lines with the knowledge of having seen the games. I was able to put together a best eleven and feel good about it. A my question is do you still hear from DJ Redan cool? I hang out wanna goes on Redan. Go has not or Leonid Leo has not been to the US yet. But we have exchanged messages. He had a new track come out not too long ago. And when he does come to New York, I would very much look forward to seeing him. I think we are going to connect on when you go for dinner. Do you sit at a table on your own eating and he's behind you kind of just UK? Throw it to him. It's what's most comfortable forever. I mean think about this by the way gusts hitting is in this group that I'm on this nightly show with Redan co the DJ Cobi Jones, Fernando, Fiore K tab dough. And it was a it was a good group of people. And I enjoyed that. I had if you told me a few years ago that I would be like on the air with Gus Hiddink and night. I would have said you're kidding me. And yet he in particular. It was a guy who I enjoyed spending time around and had much more of a sense of humor in a sense of fun about him than I would have expected. Very cool. Hey, this was great, man. We really appreciate the time should be a fun year for US soccer. We'll see which way it goes. But thank you for for coming in and setting us up with guys. I enjoyed it. Good stuff, man. Listening to KADO side soccer podcast..

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"redan" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"redan" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Reviews. And I think we have more than our share in American soccer. I've two more questions to impose upon you. The first one you are at Russia twenty eighteen what's your favorite memory allow because that tournament? I think I think we're still pining after. Yeah. For me. It's Laycock is dummy against Japan on their winning goal on the Brady that hope play really in the comeback. That Belgium had being down to nothing in the second half to Japan. That was just such a an exhilarating game. It was the best game at the tournament. And I yeah, I mean, I really enjoyed the whole thing in part because this was the first time ever I watched every game of the World Cup. Because the US wasn't there. I wasn't traveling around following the US in. So I literally watched every game on TV at the FOX compound in red square right near our studio. And so I was able to talk about the tournament and all the story lines with the knowledge of having seen the games. I was able to put together a best eleven and feel good about it. A my question is do you still hear from DJ Redan cool? I hang out wanna goes on Redan. Go has not or Leonid Leo has not been to the US yet. But we have exchanged messages. He had a new track come out not too long ago. And when he does come to New York, I would very much look forward to seeing him. I think we are going to connect on when you go for dinner. Do you sit at a table on your own eating and he's behind you kind of just UK? Throw it to him. It's what's most comfortable forever. I mean think about this by the way gusts hitting is in this group that I'm on this nightly show with Redan co the DJ Cobi Jones, Fernando, Fiore K tab dough. And it was a it was a good group of people. And I enjoyed that. I had if you told me a few years ago that I would be like on the air with Gus Hiddink and night. I would have said you're kidding me. And yet he in particular. It was a guy who I enjoyed spending time around and had much more of a sense of humor in a sense of fun about him than I would have expected. Very cool. Hey, this was great, man. We really appreciate the time should be a fun year for US soccer. We'll see which way it goes. But thank you for for coming in and setting us up with guys. I enjoyed it. Good stuff, man. Listening to KADO side soccer podcast..

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"redan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:36 min | 3 years ago

"redan" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Fresh concerns over China's economy because they're scared. They're scared that things are slowing over in China on concerns out of China data in China suggesting the economy there continues to contract manufacturing contraction in China finance manufacturing number wrong because they're scared. I'll tell you what's going to take this market down China, and then the Bank stocks this market is going to crash and the crash I told you started in January sixteenth exactly what I said. On January sixteenth is China. Would be the problem because it was China in two thousand eight bail the shot who lift all boats. If you will because it was China in two thousand eight they're the only country that was growing they had a GP GP back then a growth rate. I think it was about five six percent and everybody else was negative in two thousand eight. So they were they're lifting all boats. They were leading they were the global leader. That's what saved everybody. Then. Of course, they came in quantitative easing, which is a confidence game of printing money. And once you all that money. Remember what they did to the poor shavers. Especially our retirees those social security. They screwed them. Good hundred eighty billion dollars year losing a year and her shaving because they decided well, let's take away their Sheedy rate of five percent four to five percent. We'll put it down almost near zero. So that we can subsidize free money to give. To the hedge funds and the CEO's very wealthy to one percent. So they can speculate in the stock market, which we're going to rig kitty, upside unbelievable. Welcome phils getting coach country off the Wall Street radio. Now, we're probably had a great end of the year. This is the first day of the trading for next year. Through I want to go where a few things, I know some of you are members. But it's really important to understand what's going on here. You gotta stop listening to these people on these financial shows, they are not there. They're not there to help you. They're not to be your friend there for one reason. Okay. They're there to make you feel good to get you go in consume because seventy percent. Remember, our GDP economy grows? If you go you buy stuff consumption of seventy percent of our economic GDP growth told by Larry cudlow, our growth is going to be four to five percent this year. Good luck. Never got. Their course not. But it was interesting how they just can't tell the truth we used to be a free market system. No longer. Are we a free market system? Just not. It's changed. We're a rig markets system. We're controlled by the one percent tile. Not the one percent. The one half of one percent. I should say. There are the one one hundredth of one percent. The very very wealthy. There's about twelve thousand of them compared at one point seven million one percentile people, and they control everything they could they could draw. Monopolies control are big businesses. They control congress. And we'll get into that today. So you just remember you can't listen to them. The only way you could really buy stock today. Through cardi. And that's the service. I get. And we give a great service. Now, I know a lot of people don't have time to devote to coming to our classes are Redan line. And all that I understand Nassar. We have a we have a great program for what we call working investor group where you just follow our five stocks that we invest every day we watch for you every day. You have to do thing we send you the alert, and we tell you when to buy two ads your position went to hold went to runway Cal on the five stocks just saying five stocks we've had for two years, they're big name stocks. These are all the hedge fund accounts now all the big mutual fund account. And then we also do two to three bonus stocks. And if you just focus on those stocks where we tell you exactly what to do. You haven't got to think you didn't do anything. Don't even think we send you alerts during the day. Maybe get one alert to lurch. And we take xactly what to do with that stock with the good thing is we tell you when they get in. But when they get out we're right there with you. So are always works. It really works. And you don't have to learn anything. And then, of course, the other side of it. If you want to be very active than you can go to our would call our academy if you will which you come to our class each day. We have a live clash at nine thirty in the morning to eleven o'clock, we have all kinds of updates. We have all kinds of videos. I think is the best. The best academy. I would say platform in the country. Okay. Let's get to what's going on here. So this morning or this afternoon, I should say. The president. He was speaking with his cabinet is that a meeting, and he suggested that December bloodbath which remember December was the worst month every corner. If you remember on January sixteenth two thousand eighteen when I said Mark down is the first day of the crash, but we would capitulate by December. Remember, I said that a year before it happened. And and and so he's now telling everybody I was blaming remember the interest rate hikes. He was going after Powell he was upset with Powell us raising interest. You can remember when he was a candidate member. What Trump kept saying is again, this is a big ugly bubble if you raise rates just a little bit. You're going to have a crash. It's gonna it's gonna come tumbling down. What he said that? I mean, I loved him when he when he when he was a candidate man that was cool. The only thing that looks good is the stock market. But if you raise interest rates even a little bit that's gonna come crashing down. We are in a big fat ugly bubble and when Larry cudlow got involved. And Mnuchin that all they're all changed. His thinking he then want to own the market. In fact, in one press conference. Someone asked away. I don't understand when you're a candidate. You said the unemployment rate at that time five percent. Was phony. Now, you're saying that phony issue. Well, now that I'm presidents now phony. So what happened is he turned his position to take ownership of the stock market when he was elected in November of two thousand sixteen the market went up thirty eight percent. Right up to September two thousand seventeen so think cake from November of two thousand sixteen to September of two thousand seventeen. The Mark went up thirty three percent and cuddle had him. Take ownership of that market. When the only reason to stock Martin was going up which total fraud. It was quantitative easing which was a crime stock buybacks a crime all they print money free gift to the CEO's. Hedge funds to go out and get the five biggest banks it puts the stock market up. You didn't have to have prophets anymore. And that's what they did. So once came it was over. He was right. The president was right? When I started to raise rates it was over and the market would come tumbling down. He didn't listen to his own words. Instead, he was listening to Kudlow. If he doesn't get reelected as cuddles fall. So today Serna say now, it's not rates anymore. He changes minds again, not rates. He's got the worst advisers around him, Larry Kudlow and Mnuchin they gotta go or he's going to lose. He's the greatest president we've ever had. And he's got dopes around him. Ready to make profits in the stock market. Why not jug out.

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Propane-laden train derails, sparking fire and forcing evacuation in Indiana

Morning Edition

01:57 min | 3 years ago

Propane-laden train derails, sparking fire and forcing evacuation in Indiana

"To be really hot today across a large swath of the mid west the hot and muggy conditions will spread to the east where heat indices could creep up to near one hundred degrees in southern maine meanwhile the tropical disturbance on the texas gulf coast could lead to heavy rain for a few days a train carrying liquid propane derailed in southwestern indiana last evening from member station w n i n isaiah seibert reports on the explosion and fire that follow princeton indiana resident alicia bradshaw now knows what it sounds like men thirty thousand gallons of liquid propane explodes a little more than half a mile from your home you can hear the rumble and then hear the roar and then you just heard the explosion and i went and opened the doors because it you know i could hear it over all the commotion my house i opened the door and just saw black smoke bradshaw is a health services volunteer with the red cross so she had already left the area to help with the when police went door to door at sixty to seventy homes and businesses as part of a mandatory evacuation no injuries or fatalities have been reported roads will remain closed in the evacuation in place until the fire is out for npr news i'm as cyber in evansville indiana the brotherinlaw of spain's king phillipa has entered prison to serve a nearly sixyear term inaki urdangarin was convicted of tax fraud and embezzlement he's married to the king's sister princess christina redan grant was found to have used royal connections to overcharge spanish regional governments to put on sporting and tourist events i'm korva coleman npr news support for npr comes from americans for the arts committed to transforming america's communities through the arts and arts education supporting the nonprofit arts industry which employs four point six million people nationwide learn more at americans for the arts dot org.

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