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Fresh "Roberts" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"To remember riders are in town so are those who are part of run for the wall They're here to remember troops missing in action or prisoners of war and in the process they honor all those who served Gerald Boyer is a 25 year U.S. Air Force veteran It's outstanding never been here had to come out here did the ride on a whim came with a bunch of friends All came across this United States and here we are Ron Coppola a 20 year air force veteran reminds everyone what the weekend is all about That gave me time to reflect back on all the sacrifices that the people before us have given to keep this country a free country Particularly on WTO P news The rolling two remember riders will gather outside RFK stadium this morning before heading downtown at noon to lap the national mall Another big downtown event comes tomorrow a parade along constitution avenue We try to make it a good blend of celebration of the military and what they do for us and respect the respect that it deserved for the sacrifices that they've made for us Jim Roberts president of the American veterans center says the event is attracted a quarter million people in the past and is a unique way to honor those who have died in the service of their country He says besides veterans units there will be marching bands floats equestrian units and more And we are just overflowing with gratitude that we can have the parade again this year It was such a letdown not to be able to do it last year and the year before Sandy cosell WTO news And the parade starts at 2 p.m. tomorrow Strong storms touched off tornado warnings on Friday and now we're learning that a tornado did touch down and only that afternoon National weather service confirmed.
Betts hits leadoff HR, sparks Dodgers over D-backs 3-2
"Bucky batch pounded a solo home run Trey Turner at her to run scoring single Will Smith drove her to run on a sacrifice fly died through his head to the Diamondbacks three two It was bets 14th round tripper which leads the national league manager Dave Roberts still impressed with his outfielder He only got two at night though so it was kind of a slow night for Mookie No but the thing is that even tonight's situationally trying to get a guy to third base He's playing the game He's still playing the game The team game of baseball Trey Turner meanwhile extended his consecutive game hitting streak to a major league leading 20 George Tanner
Fresh update on "roberts" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Weekend this Memorial Day weekend should say visitors to Arlington national cemetery were given a rare privilege The chance to place flowers at the tomb of the unknown soldier People quietly honored the nation's service members stepping forward with flowers in hand and adding them to the growing colorful pile of roses carnations and daisies I picked and gave a salute You know the way that we've been raised to do is to go decorate the graves Very peaceful to think of all the people that we don't know that passed away all the ones that never came home in the still missing Break your heart The Saturday morning and afternoon ceremony adhered to the spirit of the first Memorial Day which was called decoration day when people decorated graves of the Civil War dead at Arlington President Biden will lay a wreath at the two of the unknowns on Memorial Day Another tradition is back tomorrow the annual Memorial Day parade on the national mall The national Memorial Day parade returns to D.C. after being canceled for two years due to the pandemic Jim Roberts president of the American veterans center tells WTO that he's looking forward to it One of the most heartwarming things for me every year is to look at and see these thousands of parents who brought their kids and many of these children are holding signs saying thank you and we appreciate your service So maybe take a break from your weekend picnics and beach time to think about what Memorial Day means We're trying to instill in people The real meaning of the occasion which is to honor the fallen Sandy cosell WTO P news The Memorial Day parade kicks off tomorrow Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock along constitution avenue Just ahead more buses and railcars heading back to metro it's four O 7 Would you know what to do in a poison emergency But you.
Remember When Dems Turned Paul Wellstone's Memorial to a Rally?
"Remember Paul wellstone, minnesotans, I'm sure remember that. Paul wellstone politician in Minnesota who died big prominent Democrat. They had a memorial service for him. You know what the Democrats did? They didn't have a memorial service that turned it into a political rally. It was a beat up the Republican rally. That's all it was. It's unbelievable. The Democrats are capable of such garbage, but they are. And House Democrats, they were praising him. They're telling beta way to go. Proud of you. Your finest hour. And that is, of course, what led mark to say that he doesn't believe it will hurt the Democrats. It will, it will. Just like we must never forget election integrity, just what life we must never forget what the Democrats did in November of 2020 with COVID. We better never forget the behavior of the Democrats in May of 2022. Trying to use the deaths of these poor people in uvalde. And turn it into a crash, political campaign ad. For Robert Francis
Fresh update on "roberts" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
"Songs in Salvation mixed with sorrow as the small community of you vowed the Texas came together after being ripped apart by Tuesday's massacre While hundreds of residents prayed for strength investigators are still looking for answers into uvalde school police chief Pete arradondo decision to not allow a border patrol tactical team to confront the shooter for more than 40 minutes Correspondent Omar via Franco Meantime some 300 miles to the east and Texas the convention goes on for the National Rifle Association Donald Trump among the early speakers Talking to attendee after attendee is clear they still very much embrace the former president but they're also eyeing their options for the upcoming 2024 presidential race along with the Trump 2024 hats we saw We also saw t-shirts for Florida governor Ron DeSantis in Texas Republican senator Ted Cruz Correspondent Robert Costa in Houston A day after his post of all these speech to the NRA the ex-president Donald Trump was in Casper Wyoming His focus was on local politics opposing the renomination of the Wyoming congresswoman he calls a Republican in name only And there is no rhino in America was thrown in.
"roberts" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report
"Big Roberts for this. It looks like dark turning is a spray stuff together face. Jake the snake Roberts. It's pandemonium. Jacob. Goodness. Shake the snake. Has just DDT dark journey. As I mentioned, that was Joel watts on color. So Joel and I did that. That was the hot show. That was awesome. And here's the other thing about Jake. He didn't want to do it and how to do it. And the timing was just there. It's like saying, well, could he have done that DDT or dark journey a little earlier? It would be just as effective, probably not. He didn't stay too long. He got his business done and it was effective. You saw the great marketing example of research, shall we say, because the crowd was on their feet, they were jumping up and down. Yeah, they're going crazy. So instead of a real good match, a good serious was slater. Dickie was crazy. But boy, he's the hell of a worker, what he was motivated. So much a can of Terry funk was dick slater that it was kind of frightening at times. I'm not saying Nick slater was better than Terry found because I don't know if anybody in any incarnation was better than Terry funk, quite frankly. But boy, it was something else that was a hot night. It was good. Here's the deal. The angle worked. And it worked because the two talents executed an ad lib. And people take that for granted. Okay. Well, sure. They make it look easy. Especially Jake Roberts makes it look easy. But it wasn't easy. And they're floating by the seat of their pants. And I got all of respect in the world for guys like Jake Roberts. And still do, like I said, I think he's an asset that somebody could utilize for seminars or whatever, because he understands the basic fundamentals of pro wrestling, and unfortunately, that's not the case with everybody. They're not many of those Jake Roberts guys left. So anybody that's not taking advantage of that. It's making a mistake in my opinion. And to your point, you are about the ad lib and feeling the crowd. I mean, even what he was doing with the referee. If you get in front of me, one more time. That was just great. That was Eddie Gilbert's dad, Tommy. Yeah. They star in Memphis or years here, so this is a nice work for cowboy. And then when it's resting days are over, a cowboy medium of referee, Antony was a real good referee. He understood the business. Another guy that we had a lot of our young talents had the luxury of being in the ring with, even though Tommy was in the ring as a referee. We can't even though WWE doesn't still just acknowledge the names of the referees. Yeah. So I don't understand that quite frankly. Officials, they're all officials. I'm not going to go in some tiring about it. Bottom line is, I think if anybody's on your TV show, whether it be a ring announcer like a Justin Roberts or whether it be referees, they're stars. Give them a brand. If you don't position them as somebody special, look, they're working for you. That's right. You put them on television. So why aren't they being recognized? It's the question. I'm with you too. I mean, then think about later on in their career when they want to do an autograph show. If nobody knows their name, what does it matter? At least they have their name. Their brand, and you've helped promote that through the years. You know, you think about the great referees Earl Hebner, Mike chioda, whoever, people know their names. So yes, I want to go see meet him. If you don't know any of the officials, then how do you know their brand or who they are for them in their future too? I don't know. I'm with you. So before we get up on that tangent, so let's talk more about this mid south run. This was red hot, the territory was crazy. By the way, for those that didn't see the video, Jim Ross is full tux tuxedo in the middle of the ring for that whole exchange, as I said, you're just woven throughout Jake's career. Tell us a little bit about the heat with Jake and Bill watts when he left the territory. Well, not unlike a lot of guys, you know, it's either about cash or creative. You know, overanalyze the shit out. This doesn't matter. But generally speaking, one wrestlers leave a territory and it's acrimonious. It has to do with one of the two seas. Cash or creative or both. So I think that's where that was. I don't think it was anything really extraordinarily unique or different. But the other thing too is that Bill realized that Jake was not the average bear. He was smart. And probably would have been a hell of a Booker. But, you know, it's not how the car at the hand was played. But I don't think anything all out of the ordinary for those two guys. Okay. A cowboy was going to do it his way, and Jake on his way was the right way. And Jake may have been absolutely spot on. But I don't think it's extraordinarily unique, quite frankly. Cash had created pretty well cover those answers. Gotcha. Well, it moves Jake moves forward and it moves forward in a big way for him, JR, because he gets his big break that he's been looking for, joining the WWF in 1986. He already had the snake moniker for several years at this point, but this is one start bringing in the actual snake with him to the ring too. So what did you think about this whole twist in dynamic? Obviously the Vince McMahon and WWF influence, hey, pal, you're going to bring a snake with you. What did you think about that? Well, I sure as Vince's idea in a collaborative effort with Jake as well, Jake, I think, was lucky in as much as most promoters would not have dealt with snake. Its maintenance has got to travel. It's got to eat. You know, it's got to be protected and all these things. And when you got a crew of wrestlers that are Henri and wanting to.
Beto O'Rourke Attempts to Disrupt Gov. Abbott's Press Conference
"And it's some lunatic email me Charlie it's not a national tragedy. Let me just shut up. It is, okay? You got 19 elementary kids. Murdered in a classroom, all right? So yes, it is. That doesn't happen every day. God forbid. So we're kind of on the fly here. And so. The whole thesis that we had here was that Democrats are going to overly politicize this and make it all about themselves and their political agenda. And as if right on cue, Robert Francis o'rourke couldn't allow governor Abbott to host a press conference on mental health and the facts related to it and barnstorms and bum rushes the stage like an unhinged activist and start screaming with his flailing arms of which there's not a detectable ounce of testosterone or muscle mass on the entire being of the wannabe Hispanic Irish man trust fund baby open border advocate gun grabbing activist from El Paso, Texas, who hell yes is going to take away all your guns soon to be three times failed candidate in Texas where he can't win a Senate race. You can't win a presidential race and he's not going to win the governor's race. And man, again, I have plenty of disagreements with governor Abbott on a lot of things. I don't think he acts fast enough. I think he's been fine. I don't think he's like Kemp, who's a total disaster. But if you want to turn me into a big Greg Abbott fan, congratulations, Robert Francis o'rourke. You've done that as you bum rush the stage and make yourself look like a fool, make your entire political party look like nothing more than opportunists. Okay, all right, let's just play it. Excuse me. You're out of line and an embarrassment. And you're doing nothing. No, please. How do you sit in the place to talk to yourself? This is totally predictable when you are out of line. Sir, you're out alive. I'm sure you are alive. Please leave us all. I can't believe you're a 6. Did we come to a deal like this to make a political issue? Sounds like he, why don't you get out of here? I'm not quite sure what Robert Francis o'rourke was saying, but he felt necessary to bum rush the stage and Ted Cruz is just losing it. And I think just kind of like the local sheriff came up and was like, you're an embarrassment. How dare you do this? We have not identified all the bodies. Hasn't been
Watch: Tyler Bozak saves Blues’ season with Game 5 overtime goal vs. Avalanche
"The blues are still alive in their second round series after defeating the avalanche 5 to four on Tyler bozak's goal three 38 into overtime Bose capped a frantic rally in which Robert Thomas tied the game with 54 seconds left in regulation The app scored the first three goals and were ahead three to one in the third period until Thomas and Justin Fox scored four 17 apart Nathan McKinnon's third goal of the night put the avalanche ahead late in the third but the blues sent the series back to St. Louis for game 6 on Friday Vladimir tarasenko also scored for the blues
Pastor Che Ahn Writes of Revival in 'Turning Our Nation Back to God'
"It is amazing pasture che on you've been a pastor for a long time and you've ministered all over the world, your program is around the world, and you are convinced that we are on the verge of revival. Tell us more about that. Well, I wrote this book together encouragement and hope to people. Because the first chapter I write about is that it's always the darkest time before the light of revival breaks out. It's based on script draws is 60 verse once it's a rise shine for your light has come and the glory of the lord's wrist and upon you. Darkness coast the earth deep darkness over the people, but the lord will rise upon you and his glory will appear before you. And nations will come to your light and kings to the brightness of your dawning. And so we see this two parallel tracks of darkness and light in the last days. Haggai puts it this way and hang out chapter two verse 7. I'm going to shake all nations and then I will fill this house with glory and the glory of the latter I'll speak greater than the glory of the farmer in verse 9. And so we see a global shaking going on. The first time we saw global shaking in mass, I'm talking about every nation except for 8 nations that declared themselves to be neutral, was World War II. 1939 to 1945, 80 million died. Most of them were severely an 80% of the 80 million that died. It was a tragic war. And of course the dropping of atomic bombs and you have this incredible shaking going on, but right afterwards, you had some of the greatest revival from Billy Graham launching his international ministry and 49 to oral Roberts in 48, then you have the voice of healing, movement with branum and these incredible healing evangelists. Then you have the hebrides revival in 48 and later ran in 48 and goes on all the way to the Jesus people movement the charismatic renewal. And now the second shaking is taking place right now with COVID,
FDA chief struggles to explain slow response on baby formula
"Over months of delays investigating problems at the nation's largest baby formula plant that prompted an ongoing shortage FDA commissioner Robert califf told Congress the coronavirus slowed down efforts to investigate problems at the abbot plant We knew that ceasing plant operations would create supply problems but we had no choice given the insanitary conditions The ranking Republican on the committee Virginia's Morgan Griffith quickly zeroed in on the slow response Why did it take an onslaught of national media attention for the Biden administration to act with the sense of urgency that is required to adequately address an infant formula shortage Formula had to be airlifted from Europe to help ease the shortage Abbott and the FDA have reached an agreement to reopen the plant next
FDA head: Baby formula factory could reopen by next week
"The Food and Drug Administration's chief says the shuttered baby formula factory at the heart of a national shortage could reopen as soon as next week The abbot plant in Michigan has been closed since February due to contamination issues FDA commissioner Robert califf faced tough questions from a house panel about why it took months for the agency to investigate whistleblower warnings in the fall about safety violations Why did the FDA not spring into action Caleb told Connecticut's rosa de lauro and others he can't say much for now We have an ongoing investigation about the details Wisconsin's Mark pocan says that's unacceptable You can talk about it honestly You should talk about it Abbott says it could take about two months for a new formula to hit store shelves once production resumes
US allows more baby formula imports to fight shortage
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Why Did Lis Wiehl Write About Evil Spy Robert Hanssen?
What Did Robert Hanssen Get Out of Being An Evil Russian Spy?
"We are talking to Lee's wheel. You probably know her. Remember her from Fox News and many other prominent places talking about many things kind of like this, but nothing can top this. She has a brand new book out called a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hansen, America's most damaging Russian spy. It really is nightmarish. And I always say, Lee's that, you know, apart from my faith in God, I don't know how to process this. I think you would just be frightened at how evil the world is, how dark it is. I have to ask you the most basic question. What do you suppose that Robert Hansen got out of this? In other words, it's kind of a funny thing. I always feel that these traders sell themselves extraordinarily cheaply, you know, that China has billions of dollars to spend. And if there's anybody out there willing to kind of give them a leg up here or there, what was Russia giving this man? And again, we want to be clear. This wasn't Russia. This was the Soviet Union, as wicked as it gets. The evil empire, what were they giving him to make him feel that it was worth his doing this because he could have made a decent job doing the right thing. What were they giving him? Right, exactly. Cash. I mean, they were giving him bundles of $30,000, $10,000, $50,000. At one point he asked for diamonds, they gave him diamonds. And he had a cash flow problem, right? Because you can't put more than $10,000 in cash into a bank without alerting all sorts of things. So he would just honestly put it in a drawer. He put it under the bed. And in fact, Eric, one time when he had the cash in the drawer, Bonnie, his wife, saw the money in the drawer. It was like a sock drawer or something, you know, basic drawer like that. She pulled out the money, sees all this cash. She confronts him. This was early on in his spine, confronts him. She thinks it's money for a mistress because he's got he's done that before. Say that again, money from what? We're a mistress from mister. Oh, because he had cheated on his wife. Right. So she thinks that she confronts him. He says, oh, no, no, Bonnie. I'm not cheating on you. This is just money that I got from the Russians for spying. That was better or something. But he did say that to him. Yes, no, he admitted it to her. And then they, but here Eric, here's a twist. It go to their priests. That's what body his wife wants to do. They go to the priest, the priest basically says, oh, that was bad. Don't do that again. It's fine, that is. And you can be absolved from it if you just give them money that you've already made to the church. Which Hanson does, and he doesn't spy for a little bit, and then he starts up again. But the idea that a priest would say that, that basically, hey, you know, don't do that again, that's bad, but you know, it's all okay if you give the money to the church. And that, of course, you know, Bonnie was okay with
Lis Wiehl on Robert Hanssen, America's Most Damaging Russian Spy
"There's so many levels of sickness to this. And I want to be clear, speaking as a public Christian, when you're talking about evil, right? A lot of people, either they don't believe in God, they don't believe in evil, whatever. When you look at something like this, I want to know what you would call it if it's not evil, because here is a man who, I guess, I mean, I haven't said it, but to make things infinitely worse was ostensibly a dedicated Catholic Christian, in other words, it's kind of like the devil wearing priests robes. It's a stunning thing that so he wasn't just some secular person who doesn't believe in anything publicly he put on the face of a man of faith. So I have to ask you to just to go to the beginning. What do you suppose or who do you suppose he was that he would upon entering this life that he would go to them and do something like this? In other words, was it some crazy James Bond narrative he had? And I'm going to be a double agent. I'm going to be, what do you suppose was in his mind? Because a lot of people could get pulled over over time. Life gets tough. Things get complicated and you find yourself drifting. He goes to them. Why do you suppose that was? Well, he was as disgruntled employee. He thought that the FBI didn't appreciate him enough and that the FBI agents around him were trying to dull her. It's not as smart as he was. He always had to be the smartest guy in the room. We know people like that, right? Well, this is the Benedict Arnold story, right? I mean, if you want to go to the ultimate trader, Benedict Arnold felt he was being passed over. He was so amazing, and he was not being acknowledged. So that's kind of like the standard reason, right? That somebody like that, they think, I'm better than everybody. Nobody's acknowledging me. I'm going to get them horrible. Right.
Lis Wiehl Shares the Intriguing Tale of 'A Spy in Plain Sight'
"We have a really exciting guest talking about a very exciting book and subject, exciting, depressing, amazing. I don't know where to begin. You probably already know my guest. Lee's wheel, maybe you saw her over the years on Fox News or on CNN or any place just a prominent legal mind federal prosecutor on and on and on. It goes, and she has now written a book. I got to tell you, it's nothing less than shocking. It's titled a spy in plain sight. The inside story of the FBI and Robert Hanssen, America's most damaging Russian spy, remember the Cold War folks. Remember when we were at war with the Soviet Union, they were a superpower in those days. And there was somebody on the inside. It just, it's one of the most amazing stories ever. A number of books have been written about it. This is being called the best of them all, a spy in plain sight Lee's wheel. Welcome to the program. Eric, it's great to be with you. Thanks so much for that kind introduction. Well, I tell you, when I read originally about Robert Hansen, it was one of these things, it's out of a movie. It's a nightmare that somebody would be this deeply embedded in our FBI working for our enemies. Today it would be, you know, working for China. But give us the background for people who don't remember the details, the timing, the years, the decades, so that we have some sense of who this monster Robert Hansen was. Yeah, and you've got it right. He really is a monster. I mean, finally, he's locked up now forever. So he's in a 24 hour or 23 hour solitary confinement and Florence Colorado in a supermarket, a super max. But started, you know, kind of an unremarkable upbringing. He was a middle class in Chicago, his father was a cop, kind of trying to tough on him. I mean, really tough on him. We'd call it child abuse now. But he grew up, became an accountant and then joined the FBI, which was really the Pinnacle for him. You know, it was just the thing that he wanted to be. He admired James Bond. He wanted to be everything, James Bond. So the enters in the early 80s into the bureau. And Eric within a year of entering the FBI, he approaches the Russians. They don't have to flip him. He approaches them. He doesn't tell them who he is, but he says he has this great Intel information for them. And indeed, it is the first thing that he's gives them is the identity of our major the primo Russian asset that we had at the time on the ground. And of course, we rely on those people to give us information from you said it, China, North Korea, Russia. He was at the very top level of the counter espionage unit in the
Robert RBI hit in 9th, Chisox end Yanks' 6-game win string
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Wild-card Stars force Game 7 against Calgary with 4-2 win
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Russian Space Chief Dmitry Rogozin Apparently Threatens Elon Musk
"The head of Russia's space agency threatened Elon Musk. Now I don't know what Elon Musk. I don't own any Tesla stock as far as I know it might be in a mutual fund. But I'll tell you what. He's an American who's been threatened by the Russian. So I asked national security adviser Robert C O'Brien to join me this morning to talk about that and big tech generally. Good morning ambassador O'Brien, how are you? Good morning to you, great to be with you. First of all, do you work for Elon Musk? I know you consult for a bunch of big companies is Tesla, one of them, or a SpaceX. No, we don't work for Elon, but Elon feel free to call us. We want to help you. Well, first of all, tell me, what did you think of a Russian official threatening in American citizens? Well, this is a very serious issue. Especially in light of the fact that Russia has a history of assassinating its opponents and so the FBI is almost certainly consulted with Elon. There's a duty to warn that the FBI has for American citizens who have been threatened by foreign governments. And unfortunately, it happens more and more with China ran now Russia getting into this game of threatened Americans. So Elon, I'm sure has great security. You can certainly afford it. But the U.S. because of Elon's role in the Ukraine crisis and the great work that these companies have done really ought to be thinking about supplementing his security, at least giving them daily intelligence feeds and potentially giving him government security to work with his private folks. I mean, this is a very serious threat. Very
Ex-Oklahoma officers charged in fatal shooting of Black man
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Caller Suspects Justice Roberts Is the Leaker
"I'm gonna be honest. I think Robert is the leaker. Who's gonna check the investigator? Right. He's done some really crazy stuff in the past who's to say that he's not floating this out there just to get an idea and say, yeah, I'm gonna investigate myself. Well, that's what Nina totenberg. We have the Nina tomberg cut guys. That's what she said on NPR will play that for you a little bit later. Nina totenberg veteran reporter over at national public radio, she thinks it's a conservative law clerk. Who knows? But again, of course, that would be a misnomer because no one would ever describe John Roberts as a conservative.
Is Overturning Roe v Wade a Radical or Conservative Choice?
"This is Tina. Tina says, quote, Charlie, I read a column of one of my conservative Friends shared on Twitter. That was written by someone on the right apparently said overturning roe versus wade wasn't conservative. Okay, so this is a column by Brett Stevens, who used to be a really smart person and he's just become almost unreadable in recent years. And this Brett Stevens now writes for The New York Times. And Brett Stevens wrote this for The New York Times. Overturning roe is a radical, not conservative choice. Now he calls himself a conservative, he's just about the same type of conservative as Bill kristol. That should tell you everything you need to know. Dear chief justice Roberts, justice Barrett Gorsuch Kavanaugh and Thomas, as you'll no doubt agree roe versus wade was an ill judged decision one was handed down January 22nd, 1973. It continues by saying, roe versus wade diminished the standing on the court by turning it into an even more political branch of government. But a half century is a long time. America is a different place, with a most of its population born after Rowe was decided. After a decision to overturn roe, which the court seemed poised to do, according to the leak of a draft of a majority opinion by justice Samuel Alito, would do more to replicate gross damage than to reverse it. He says it would be a radical, not conservative choice. So Brett Stevens, who I assume is very highly educated. I would like him to tell me what is the definition of radical. It means to the root to the core. To the basis. Brett Stevens asks the question in The New York Times. What is conservative, he says? It is above all, the conviction that abrupt and profound changes to established laws and common expectations are utterly destructive to respect for their law and institutions established to uphold it. And especially when those changes are instigated from above with neither Democrat consent, nor broad consensus. Okay, that is not what a conservative is, okay? If there is an immoral or destructive law, a conservative has a moral obligation to try to repeal it and get rid of it quickly.
"roberts" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"Was set. How often you. Oh i'm i'm good. How are you. I love your shirt you do is giving is giving me everything i need and more. Oh i have to get you one again a again way. I have one somewhere from refuse to lose the chicago. I gave me like. This box was like this treasure chest box. I'll lash it yuno. Mackenzie probably has my box. Big thing that. When i come home from being off the road that i am obligated to share my things with her and she walked around with like a wild woman refusals online from. She has my shirt. I will confiscate it from her. How are you. I am well. Thank you so much. Thank you for doing this with me. We'll have time. Oh i plan to. I came makeup. Also we we love to see it. Okay so i'm trying to figure out where i wanna start so this is me like we're getting to know each other and i feel most comfortable when i know there's someone has a little bit of petty their spirit a little eve behavior in their spirit and so i just want to know what is like an area of your life. Wear you know better but you likes struggling to do better. But that's all right. Because jesus paid at all. Ooh okay so. I actually have an acronym for patty because sometimes it's petty on site from me or some sizes teddy on purpose so i'll be even Lingerie ame even now but I know i'm one of those people who just needs to be left alone. Suffic- you in st. Sometimes it's like. I'll put my life only. I'm one of those people out purposely drops out so nobody can see when a time. I like on it so lake. You know being able to fellowship outside of the ministry. Sometimes he working on me working. I'll be work is what i hear you saying. Is that you are a member of mind your business ministries and that one someone comes around you and bite them to mind their business by making you go the other direction. Is that what. I'm only edges edges still there a minds business. We have to keep our piece though like lists and that's what like when my daughter knocks on my door and i'm right there doing absolutely nothing. I don't have to answer. It teaches her. That i don't have to answer every time. She knocks on the door. I'm teaching her character. Yes boundaries boundaries boundaries needham. She already we all need a little bit about algiers so india and you are one. You're the oldest children let's talk about boundaries. Since i don't. I believe i probably introduce them to the family But they pretty much didn't really exist. I feel like a exists okay. So you're the youngest fifteen. Not the oldest. I am the youngest of the wound. Not oliver's we weren't all raised in the same house you know i have is seven of us on my mom's side and the remaining on my dad's but i'm the youngest of all fifteen children so yes that's still plenty of people to grow up around like that allow. What was that like for you. Growing up around that many people will have villages but the villages are usually fifteen total fifteen during. What was that like. You know what to be. Honest if i'm totally transparent. It was not as chaotic with like the numbers of the parts of faint. Because being the baby in because like my dad was actually in my life for most of i didn't really i wasn't really raised around a lot of my siblings Most of them are significantly. Older like i have similar old enough to be my patriot. I have nieces nephews so it was at times. I think i've struggled a little bit. Just trying to figure out what my place was Because there were so many. Yeah so that's funny 'cause like what i talk about. The eve may know compassionate about the story of eve was like thinking about his idea of her coming into a world that was already created. It already had it systems and functions. Everything had its own name and yet she was supposed to lack figure out where chief fit in the midst of it. Can you remember like your earliest moment of feeling like man. Maybe i don't fit or mo that maybe your earliest moment of like insecurity where you wonder. Where do i fit in the big scheme of my family circle in dynamic definitely i would say right before i got the middle school. I definitely remember that only. Because i've always felt like i was the black sheep of the family literally And it wasn't until more recently that i felt like i had made peace with being different like my mom always told your different your different. I've always had the olso always bid like i've been here before i've always been the mature went out among friends on the block in everywhere so it was almost like this thing of me feeling like there's no space for me. There is no place for me name that it was all i recently started learning is located of space and that are always at a place i just hadn't understood where space was that i was the black sheep I learned something from her. Name is ties speaks. She said you weren't the black sheet. You just the blueprint in. I feel like that. Just like freed me so much. So the s. and security starting off when i was liking. Why before the middle school. So you have said a word. You're free star word being when you say that you weren't aware your space was but then you had to challenge up to take up space athem holy ghost be Is so many as don't take up space until we find our space and then we live frustrated. Because feel like there's no boom from me now recognizing that you create room for you when you step into the authenticity of who you are and it sounds like that's what you're stepping into now. Yes like i can definitely say. I can feel like the shifts i can feel. Even in. atmosphere works the charge environment. Because i grew up a charge. You you listen. sometimes navigate. Church can be listed baby. We wanna talk about trauma. Yes we what it can be difficult to feel like especially win. I've learned that over time a lot of times. People think that different is divisive in a case. Like there's hey you're okay with. It's okay to be different but a lot of times if you don't have somebody.
"roberts" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"God bless you for ten to be or who you compare yourself to. He can all live less you and the lane that was created for you. Build up for somebody you don't need to. You need boundary suez on needed. The chad okay. So question have you ever found your groove in something and then when it was time to switch you got afraid because you were convinced that staying the stain was easier than trying something new s. How i'm feeling about this new podcast. I love the way that we got together for our fellow shit last time the last way we did this But i'm trying something new and it's been exciting in stretching and fun and i'm hoping that you are enjoying the journey as much as i am one of the things that i do love about this. New format is just hearing what other women are facing what they have gone through and then tag team in to help another sister out I love this. I love getting to do it with you. All still I'm though that there is something about stepping out of our comfort zone. That helps us to discover where god he is and where his grace is for our lives if we ever get to a place where we can do things in our own strength than we no longer need. God's so i do believe that god continues to stretch us so that we can continue to experience partnership with him. So it's a bonus that i get to hang out with my girls in this process. Thank you for sticking with me make sure you all you home his on this new format. I think it'll bless them this week. We're hanging out. With delegation members sunny pairing. She describes herself as hood. Holy and healing. Can i get a witness. Is there anyone who can resonate with this. She's automatically one of the homeys. And if you are one of the homeys and want to get into hosting the podcast with me to then email us at podcast at woman evolve dot com. It's hurt this week. it could be next week. But let's tune into sonny girl was set. How often you. Oh.
"roberts" Discussed on Everyonecast
"I knew that i wanted to do something in communications of some sort. I was always growing up good at writing. I loved reading l. tearing my family's history hearing their stories in all those things. So i had a general idea of what i like to do. I just didn't know how to put it together. When i was young so i graduated high school and it came time to choose a major. I decided that i was going to be on the news. I was going to be a broadcast journalist sitting at the anchor kiss. And that's what. I was going to be focused on and then i started working for the school on television station end. I very quickly realized that. I did not wanna put a camera and so much space. During the worst time of their life or very difficult time of their life and so i decided against bribe cash journalism in the news in hard nuisance so then i thought okay well. I'll do entertainment. Pr that was a little entertainment journalism in battles just a little bit too fluffy for me. It wasn't necessarily as meaningful athlet through this conversation. You've probably together just wasn't as meaningful as i would've wiped it to be in so i talked to a school counselor and she said why don't you give kiara tries so i joined a pr organization on campus. And i really enjoyed it. Felt like i was able to help people get their big ideas out there right like you have a big idea. You have a company that you love and have something that you really enjoy and here to make sure that people hear about it in so that underlying mission meant a lot to me and now as i go through this phase of life that is still important to me which is why continue. Continue to do pr. But i'm also putting the pieces together for myself in what. I love to do what i love to hear about. Which is rare life to share comes in so that's what i mentioned earlier. Both of them both of my career paths. I mean a lot to me just in different ways and was your career. The reason that you moved every time because you said you jumped around a bit was that was that always the reason. Yeah it was not always. I guess i could say sell us born and raised in atlanta and then i decided to go to louisiana for college so yet aside from that was definitely moving for my career but they were places that i felt like i would enjoy so detroit i will say did not think that was going to move to detroit from the south and enjoy those winters. Those winters are brutal of their. But i had a really strong community that i loved so made it worth it to well. How do you go about making friends with all. These moves like i can understand. I mean i. I did the same thing in two thousand fourteen when i moved to dallas and i didn't really know anyone but if i did a now i'm wondering did i get lucky. The first time and meet people were as natural every time i don't. I don't now that. I have found a lot of success in stealing my friends friends. They've all been bidded in tried and true and so i trust their friends in kind of adopt them. So when i mean by this for example a went to One of my really good friends from detroit. I went to her bachelorette party a couple of months ago and one of her close friends is from dallas in lives here but obviously be had never met before in so i adopted her as my friend and recently gotten back to dallas become real friends and so i bet that has been an example of how i've met people in all of the different locations that have moved to a found somebody that knows somebody and started to network from there. It is a small world. There's always there's always somebody who knows somebody fresh air so he yes on instagram at times and put like hey guys in this city who knows somebody that lives here like looking for new friends so i think that there is always different avenues. Dumble friends exists. Ican find really cool people on mir so. The world is small. But there's always somebody to me if you meet one very outgoing person who knows a lot of people and likes to organize everything then. I think that. I think that's a good way to do it. Yeah i met somebody who like a friend of a friend who happens to be super outgoing. And i am somehow ending up with friends. That are nothing like me at all. It's pretty cool. That's the best hand. Sometimes right we get to have somebody that choosy different perspectives. In you know this gives you a different lanes of the world. Coming back to the podcast. Yes sometimes you hang out in a group and you just don't really feel like you fit in very well with that group but you're still friends with those people they don't let you go. It's all about balance. A lot of my friends are very like mellow ensure rated then. I have friends that are like very much on the opposite side of the spectrum. It's all about okay. Which one are you feel like. You're somewhere in the middle. Yeah exactly as just going to say it depends on the day honestly Or whoever around a thing that an uncomfortably introverted is how i describe it so like i like to be at home. I like to watch. Tv and just chill around space. But i can't be extroverted if i need to or from this feeling like that day. So somewhere in the middle. Obviously you know you have no trouble making new friends in new places. So i'm sure you're moved to dallas is very smooth but what made you love it so much in the first place because you said that you had been here before and you. You really liked it. But what are some of the things that really sold you on the city. It reminded me a lot of atlanta. And it's kind of crazy to say that because they're very they're not alike at all but it just gave me kind of like a bigger city feel but not too big right like i'm not somebody that wants to live in new york city or wants to live in la or something like that like salata people hustle and bustle going back to kind of me being somewhere in the middle of that integrated extroverted spectrum. So i liked that. Dallas was somewhere in the middle. I liked that there were a lot of career opportunities. I liked the fact that it was very diverse So at say that those were kind of my driving points. I knew a couple of people that lived here but not too many where i was going to kind of you know. Restaurant laurels in not go out and explore the world and meeting new people in office things like there was still opportunity outside of going back home to georgia. So that's why i chose dallas. Houston was on. My list is well But he's been has a very strong oil and gas industry. And i just wasn't looking to work in oil and gas so dallas it was i also i'll add another cheap actor. I love louisiana like with everything in me. i love love love louisiana. I would live there if they had more opportunities but they don't so texas was the next best is well also dallas really super expensive either. At least not yet. Yeah austin on the other hand that's becoming like the new.
"roberts" Discussed on Everyonecast
"The prices pretty affordable. I get it now. The whole prompting on every plan. You're going to be sharing a lot more than you normally would on your own right exactly. Yeah that's why see. That's why this podcast exists. Because i can just keep asking you question after question. It's like if you were to talk about these things you might summon up in his sentence and then that's not a good podcast. I get it exactly to make sure that people really feel like they're getting their story out there. Not just because you know some people do like to talk about themselves but it would be found is out of our customers really just wanna leave a lasting legacy and they wanna make sure that. They're sharing the lessons that they've learned the joys that they experienced with future generations so unborn kids kids that are here just future generations in making sure that those people really understand their story in learn something from it is a solo operation. Or did you did you or do you have business partners that you started it with so i started by myself than it's definitely came. Friend me in just my desire to do this from my own experiences with my own family. But i do have an editor that helps make sure that the books are professionally put together now and all of that in hopefully wednesday will just continue to expand but regardless we do know that people are telling really personal stories in they may not want those stories to go beyond just a couple of is so as we expand. You're gonna make sure that we stick to that to person limit to people will see your story. The person documenting it and the person editing it in that will be it. This is where i was going next. You talked briefly. Well you had a brief clip about your own family and how that inspired this creation. How how did that inspire. This creation is there any. I guess family must be an important value to you. Maybe thought to yourself. There's certain family members where you didn't really know what happens and you were thinking how. How can i solve this problem. Was what was the whole pro the creative process for figuring this whole thing out so i consider myself to be a strong follower lord in at always known that there was something deeper in me like supposed to be doing something greater with my life. I just wasn't sure what that was in. So keep that in. Mind as i keep talking so in praying trying to figure out what it was sped god wanted me to do with my life and when i was eighteen i lost the last of my grandparents before attorney eighteen So all four of my grandparents passed before i turned eighteen and they all lived from what i hear from bills that i was able to talk to briefly but more so from just word of mouth family stories. They all lived some pretty incredible lives. Some hard lives oftentimes in head some lessons that they try to instill another impasse down. But i just would love to hear from them. Embarrassed perspective all things that they went through and how it made them who they are in how it made them you know. Raise my parents and be who they are in there for me so when the pandemic happened it was really a time where i was able to sit down and listen to dad and vowed to myself through just hearing him. The was never ever ever going to let what happened with my grandparents happened to my own parents. I was going to document their life stories. And i started looking for options and help to do so and i just didn't find any options online. That were allowing need to get what i needed from them in. So i just kind of took the reins into my own hands. documented parents stories and learned so much about them more than i ever thought possible. Our family talks. We talk a lot so it was surprising to hear some of the things that they said so much that i didn't know about them. So that prompted me to start doing other family members. In as i talked about it to friends friends started saying oh i would love that. Can you help me do that with my family. So it just kind of spiraled from there. That's the back story. Yeah because even if you talk to certain people a lot. I mean there's a lot you don't know just because you don't ask the right questions exactly now. Thanks to your new company. You don't even have to think which questions to ask because those are already provided for you with these with these plans at spring. Incredible yet exactly. It's just the whole process easier for everybody involved so i'm really excited about it. I feel like we've already been able to help some families in Help them get their stories documents. appreciate again. It's all at a price that makes sense if you look at some options that are out there right now. They're kind of expensive for me to tell my own story. Why why do. I have to pay so much to tell my own life story. So we're excited about that. And i paid extra attention to how you said doing something bigger. And then i thought well. Yeah that doesn't necessarily mean building a billion dollar business big net sense but what you meant was doing something meaningful exactly. I totally understand that too. I want this podcast to be meaningful in. Its own way as well. Maybe not as not as family minded or sentimental as as you're going for a but but a way to give people recognition for what they're doing even if even if most people think. Oh that's nothing special. I agree. I know that only i started talking to me kind of talks about how there were some similarities between what we were doing just allowing people to tell their stories and i think that this platform allows to do the i listen to some of the past episodes in everybody's story is so different but still interesting nonetheless like there was one lady that was from the dmv. I was very tickled because you were saying like. Oh i didn't know it. Dnv stood for until today. Yeah i got a chance to listen to harris in to hear her passion. Her love for music shine through audio was just really interesting special. Well firstly thank you for for listening to podcast. And i guess my podcast is a little bit different than your business because well you actually have customers where it's a business in my podcast doesn't actually make any money. It's hard to make money with the broadcast. You have to have you have to get like thousands of downloads per episode minimum to even be considered for like a sponsorship. So long way off from hitting that goal. But it's possible. It's possible i feel like the idea so cool like talking to strangers. Y'all we've never met before. This is like really cool idea to just realize that is more in common between all of us than we think. I would hope. Yeah that's that's what i would hope and also glad you appreciate the idea and understand like what we're going for here you know because i guess Yeah sometimes it's hard to communicate exactly what the goal is to to people. I get that totally i mean. I launched this business just a few weeks ago and realized do public relations for a living. But once you're starting a business from scratch. She realize just how much you have to do to get your business off the ground and to get people to believe in what you're doing so i get that completely. I'm wondering actually public relations. Is that something you've always done or have you. Have you done different. Things depending on the job. Is that where you're always looking to do. How did you arrive on that field. So.
"roberts" Discussed on Everyonecast
"I'm anthony salvanto. And this is john andrea roberts. How you doing good. Thanks for having me man excited to have you on a couple of things number one. You just moved yes. I just moved from to trade to dallas so it was a bit cross country move. But i've moved quite a bit so this isn't necessarily new for me from atlanta. Went to school in. Louisiana moved to detroit in texas so a little bit of a free spirit over here. What's the motivation behind this. Move in particular. I got a job working at a new company. I always loved dallas. From the times i visited prior the really only a couple of times that dallas was able to still my heart. It's like i came here all the time but what i remember most is comically the state fair of texas. So i saw everything fried and by. Oh yeah this is where she be. So i moved to texas february. And i've just been enjoying getting to know the city 'cause like i said i hadn't been here before beforehand but it's been really cool to kind of see. It live up to expectations the expectations of the state fair with the worst food in the world. Exactly speaking of job know you have your job. You just talked about the move to and you also have a very fun. Other side hustle. Did i deal. So i want to spoil it now or do you want to talk about your boring job. I is three. i wouldn't call either one boy a. I think that they're both exciting from the company in case leading anyone's listening. Hi friends collie but now i either went have been boring but i do feel like. They're very different and the the underlying approach and reasoning for doing both very different at wherever you feel like we should start. We should do it. How about you start with the the less fun. One with my nine to five like my day to day job at least the less intriguing to me and maybe even know what it is. So let me give you some background. So i do public relations for a telecommunications company here in dallas. I am lead. Pr manager really focused on customer experience. So we really do is try to get the news out about how much our company cares for our customers and really try to make process and tool enhancements in order to make sure that we're truly living up to our promises so it's really public relations at its pierce for in doing that for a telecommunications company here in texas your people savvy and that's in my opinion if you're people savvy well like no matter how nice you are to a computer. You can't make friends with computers. I guess is another as a better way to put it right amount. Even if you're the the technology overlord of the world doesn't mean you're respected or popular right. I stand year gun and your side. Hustle is also very people focused as well now that. That's that's a fun one. I'll let you do the honors of talking about what that is sure. And so i started a company called alive to share in what it basically does is it. Helps people document their family stories more easily. So you're into family history and genealogy and ancestry and things like that we're even if you're not even if you just really wanna be you know bond with the people that you love more closely get to understand them in a little better than that to alive to share is for so we have a couple of different options in plans and we can talk through those. I'm sure a little bit. More into compensation but religious aim to make the process of recording these stories a lot more easier a lot more affordable a lot quicker than options that. You'll see out there today. Are you trying to tell me that. In fifty years it won't be enough for people watching their grandmothers to work on. Tiktok would definitely place my bits and say that. That's probably not going to be enough to feel like you knew your grandmother to watch them on. Tiktok what is your service offer beyond just having somebody type up a word document about their life. I mean i is there more organized better way of doing things alluded to this a little bit earlier. We have three packages that people can choose from three plans on the first one. It gives you access to our story. Prompter and that's basically is really intuitive online questionnaire and fill out a questions it asks you follow up questions based off a patty answer those before it in once you're done once you've documented everything that you feel like needs to be said then. I'll take all of that information in alabama compile into book so i'll make it sound fancy out make it flow. I'll make sure that it's in chronological order and all of that. Just based off of the help of this story prompter. So that's very. Diy plan again. Do yourself itself. Intuitive or self explanatory in that plan is just twenty five dollars in we keep that really affordable because we really do believe that it's your story. It shouldn't cost a fortune to tell your own story and just here to help put together for you in a way that makes sense so. That's our first plan. And then our second plan is called a little help please so also pretty self explanatory them for this is for people that can you know they feel comfortable typing. They can fill out the story prompter pretty well but sometimes struggled tip at enough detail to finish a book in totality in. So that's your i come in. I'll do a one hour interview session to follow up and just make sure that we didn't miss anything. any key. details any holes helped fill that in and then again create an e book with their life story and then our last plan is called. Take the wheel after people. That really need us to do everything for them. From start to finish so i will do an interview with them for a few hours however long it takes to really select like day able to tell their story out. Do the transcription for them. 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"roberts" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Roberts. Glad you're along. On this, uh, this Monday a lot of folks around the studio sort of under the weather. I don't know if I'm catching something or not, but In any case we're going to press on, Shall we? Um, the top 10 biggest lies. That the liberal media has been caught. We've caught them. We know they were lying. And why it matters. Shall we get into this? Michael Goodman did a great piece on this, Um Yeah. The latest lie to die is this false claim? Do you see this? Last week? The feds cleared Lafayette Park of protesters last year. So then President Trump could have a little photo op. The Interior Department's inspector general says no, no. The police plan to clear the park. So a contractor Could get to work installing offense. It was a decision totally unrelated to Trump's walk to that historic church. The ultimately was burned in a riot. So if that debunking feels a little bit familiar, it's not your imagination. Only the details differ from early the earlier cases where the media mob got it all wrong. Sadly, the truth usually emerges, not because of the press. But despite it You know, Take this growing acceptance of the idea that Covid 19 Started with a leak from a lab in Wuhan, China. The idea was always plausible. But the press And big tech. They declared it a conspiracy theory. Remember that? Oh, yeah, these these people, you know, they've all been abducted by UFOs. Um, and they snuffed it out. Even though Trump was investigating. But after China couldn't prove the virus jumped from bats to Humans to Volkswagen's or whatever they said the lab leak theory. Started gaining some, uh some credibility, right? Suddenly it became acceptable to share it on Facebook. The idea that maybe this was from a leak in Wuhan. Which, of course we all know Facebook appoints itself guardian of everything that is proper in American discourse. Um The pattern is so pronounced that it's easy to assemble your own list of top 10 and I'm going to ask you to do that a little bit. Top 10 media lies. And I'm not mincing words. I'm not saying suppositions or theories or opinions. I'm saying the top 10 media lies. So the recent cases involving Lafayette Square that were just disproved last week and the lab leak. Um, the Our Trump's a conspiracy nut, You know, he's a Russian spy booting and, Yeah, they're related. Um, number eight and nine. Number one is the oldest and perhaps the biggest media lie. Trump colluded with Russia to win in 2016. And he might even be a Russian agent. That scam involved crooked FBI agents led to the appointment of special counsel Mueller, who took two years and millions of taxpaying dollars to conclude no. There is no evidence to back that charge. Yet this this whole investigation Had enormous impact. With that constant drumbeat of anonymous leaks out of the Trump White House, helping Democrats take the house in 2000 and 18. I mean, imagine what he, uh I even asked him this when I talked to him. What if you never had to deal with that Just do the job here and he said, uh, I wake up some mornings. Feeling that way. You know, even even before that one was gone. Distortions were all over the place. Remember line number two, the Muslim ban. That wasn't and I can hear some of you saying, Well, I thought he'd ban the Muslims. No number three the mantra that the 2017 tax cuts were for only for the rich. Remember that Yeah, Yeah, the tax cuts. Well, it only went to the race went to it. What was that? I hear all the time only went to his rich friends. Even though a government study Showed 80% of the population benefited. You must have a lot of rich friends. How about the kids in the cage Firestorm that even made it to the frump the front cover of Time magazine. Photographs of migrant Children. In metal containers. Well, that was that was like line number four. And it was the hottest story going, especially after the time magazine cover Democrats like Alexandria. Okay, so I'm an idiot. Cortez rushing to the border, right? Well, that whole up evil kind of vanished. When it was revealed the Obama Biden administration actually built the cages. And those heart wrenching photos. We saw a little boy. I think they were from 2014. Yeah. Apologies. Corrections retractions. They all came flooding in right. You gotta be kidding, Big media and big tech. Too big to admit error. Big media and big tech are too big to fail. Even now, with all these surgeons of young people at the border, the press doesn't complain about buying Biden banning their cameras. That's not German journalism that's complicity. You know, I thought about this the other day. All these tough questions The press is supposed to ask on your behalf. To the commander in chief, the president, United States If you don't believe me, just go back in the archives and look how they hammered Trump and with Biden It's what's your favorite flavor of ice cream. It's a joke. Line number five. Remember this one? This was a dandy, the Ukraine impeachment of Trump. Now this Would rival some of the best written fiction we've ever seen. It was based on a complaint from an anonymous member of the Swamp who never testified, But others did to say the president in trying to get information on the Biden family. Um, corruption in Ukraine was guilty of high crimes and misdemeanor, You know, a first year law student? The just enrolled last week and still hasn't purchased all these books yet. Could blow this thing out of the water. Especially with Biden on tape. Claiming to have done what they were accusing Trump of doing. What Trump actually did was threaten the scam. Joe Biden and Hunter created that involves selling the suggestion. That Joe's influence His influence is vice president could be had by hiring Hunter. Now That's the sort of thing that reporters are supposed to expose, not protect. Well, I've got more. The top 10 biggest lies. The media has been caught. That's the key phrase. These are not suppositions. These are not theories. These are not opinions. We actually caught the media in these lies. Next. This is.
"roberts" Discussed on Self-Publishing with Dale L. Roberts
"Hey there, this is Dale and I'm just tickled to death that you took a little bit of time out your day to spend a little bit of time with me to talk about our favorite things and self-publishing books. And you know, I don't say this enough, but I appreciate each and every single one of you that it's taking a little bit of time out your day. So with that being said we're episode 76 of this freaking podcast. I mean we've been going seventy six weeks straight. So that's freaking awesome. But without any further bloviating cuz we got a lot of ground to cover today when it comes to self publish books online. It can be so stinking overwhelming. There's so many options. We're not really sure which ones to go with what's the pertinent information that we need to dive into to get started, you know, is this going to be okay for you or is this going to be okay for me? Well, that's why I'm kind of demystifying this process and this is why we're working on a 15th straight episode has self publishing a book online. The solution when it comes to publishing to various platforms can be found through what's called aggregate publishing how to aggregate publish your works like this you upload your content to a given platform. That's an aggregate publisher. Then they send it out to various Avenues to say places like Amazon Apple Barnes & Noble Kobo Google Play books. So on and so forth rather than having to go to each and every single one of those Dash boards and uploading each one of them individually. You can just do it through one and I guess what your CPA is going to love you to the end of the year because you'll have 50 different w-9s to file with them and it's only just one that you can have to worry about. We're going to be talking about aggregate publisher today known as tab Volvo. I'd heard about Tableau a few years ago. When the MacMillan publishing company known as pronoun went out of business pronoun was an aggregate publisher and it was great. I really loved It actually brought me at a fair chunk of change and was distributing some of my stuff over to places like Google Play books when I couldn't do that. So I was looking for some solutions wage in Tableau was one of them but had a little bit of a hang up and you going to find out why a little bit of a hang up in just a second here. That's not to say that tableaus bat. Don't tune me out because that's actually pretty good news full disclosure. I'm just curating information here. So don't shoot the messenger have never used any of this stuff. So anything I say is an opinion when I say well that's good or that's bad. It's just from the outside looking in that I'm saying this I can say for sure I can say for certain that the alliance of em, an author's very reputable company that it's a non-profit organization run by Indie authors for Indie authors. They fully vet different services and part of those Services is off. Watchdog service and they have actually given Tableau in excellent rating and they're even an ally partner. So that speaks volumes to what they you have and what they bring to the table just to kind of summarize before we jump into things if you listen to my episode about published Drive Tableau functions much in the same way, but there's some deviations there's some differences than what they have with published drive. So before we jump in with all that, let's break down each one of the things they do what they do not do is they do not distribute audiobooks. Just going to get that off the table get that out the way they don't deal with audio books whatsoever. They distribute e-books and print books. Now. I'm going to save some of the stuff for last for instance. We're going to talk about royalties and how it's all paid out a little bit later because wage They're all the same royalties. So for ebook distribution and it appears for ebook and print book that they have 35 online bookstores and they also feed out to scores of other bookstores online. But part of those bookstores include Amazon Apple Books Barnes & Noble booktopia never heard of them before wage Scribd Microsoft. I thought that was pretty interesting. I had never seen anybody should be two Microsoft before overdrive and another one called readings and then they just say home and More in quotations. I tried to track down there and more to find out what these other 35 different platforms were but I couldn't find a job information literally couldn't find it anywhere. You're going to find out why there was some issues that I had
"roberts" Discussed on The World at Large
"And people like Allen guelzo and others who pointed out the many factual errors in the argument that they were putting the idea that United States is really nothing more than a construct of racism is to fly in the face of all the extraordinary wonderful impressive human achievements that Americans have a dog Chief Dave the last quarter of the millennium Yeah, and so do you see any benefit to thinking like this or do you think it's all just just unhealthy? I think we the trouble with somebody else in writing a book and I've written nineteen now and it's very important to to keep remembering that one must always be as objective as possible. Don't don't allow your political views to influence your history. It's it's rule number one, really. You mustn't be objective. I don't believe when Howard Zinn with his Marxism and his assumptions was sat down or indeed Eric hobsbawm as well as his true old and Ethan Thompson, and any number of other faiths missed writers, sat down to write their books, but they were really doing anything more than using history as a way of propagating their Politics on to the Y. Out and I find that deep down professional and something that nobody should ever do. You had a question about different perspectives. Oh, yeah, that's right. So in different parts of the world Churchill is looked upon very differently so long for example in the United States to take one place. He's looked on his very he's looked on as a lot more heroic than a place like India and Bengal. I've talked to people from those countries and he's looked at as a lot more of tyrant there than he is in the United States. So why would you do you believe that it's this this lies around misinformation or do you believe that there's legitimate want in these countries to have a distaste for him? Well, I mean, of course in India the the movement for Indian independence is part of their of their National myth. It's an essential part of their creation myth. It's why you Americans need to see King George the third for example as as a tyrant which which my forthcoming book will hopefully points out that you can't call him a tyrant unless you're using the word tolerant and completely different way from normal for normal people. So we took you know Alfred the Great was probably not the enormous Splendid outstanding figure that we britons make him out to be the the French, of course on the podium and the Google both of them had major problems with their their lives careers and characters and each country has its foundational month. That it needs to believe in and and propagate and India is no different idea but a country that like Britain and the person like Churchill gave as much to India as as they did. It could be considered tyrants. If you want a real Tyrant, you look at the Japanese empire which was knocking on the gates of India in nineteen forty-one to nineteen fifty-three which in the Philippines, for example Hills Seventeen percent of the population in the short time that they were in occupation had the Japanese killed seventy 15% of the Indian population. They would be responsible for fifty million killed What stopped them Winston Churchill the British Army and the Indian army which together I help them back in in Burma. And so that is not the action of the Tyrant saving fifty million people's lives. Well as we wrap up this interview, I have to ask this question. What is your favorite on-screen depiction of Churchill? I can't decide between a cow and Gary Oldman. I was wondering the expert and well actually although Gary Oldman was absolutely superb job. I'm not going to go quite so far with John Lithgow because he's he's six foot five and Winston Churchill. So he doesn't really care that church idiot, but I'm afraid what I'd like you to do is watch a show called The Gathering storm and with Robert Hardy who I think for me, I was Churchill. He got Churchill better even than Gary Oldman who definitely comes a face seconds and Churchill has been depicted in something like a hundred and fifty movies. And and so to get even the top three or four or five is pretty impressive, but but Robert Hardy or or gharial So, all right. So before we end the interview, we just wanted to get some information on your next book highlights. Well, well as I say, might it's a biography of your last king endure the third. I think I'm going to call it sort of last king of America when you go to see Hamilton and you see that sort of lists being extremely can't figure singing a song about how I hoping to kill as many Americans as possible kill your friends and family or when you read The Jeffersons a 28 charges against him in the American Declaration of Independence you which course have a tyrant and you realize that that is easily the most misunderstood and underappreciated of Britain's Britain's marks. He was just tremendously unfortunate that he should have been up against leaders like George Washington brilliant polymath life Benjamin Franklin the Giants like Madison and Monroe your lawyers like John Adams the idea that they all and wordsmiths like wage. So this idea that they should all lived in the same place. Same decade is really tremendously unfair on parole Joseph. I am excited for you to convince me as an American, but just give me a fair hearing. That's all I'm asking for not nothing more than that. Absolutely. We'll see in Georgia. You are very kind to Papillon. Thank you very much indeed. Thank you for coming on. Thank you. Thank Have a good day and you bye-bye. Thank you for listening to preach the speech Please Subscribe 4 month. Interviews. We have a bunch of great ones coming up and also consider leaving a review. It really helps us out. Also, check out our other Show The World At Large. Thanks again. Goodbye..
"roberts" Discussed on The World at Large
"The Bengal famine I go into it over six stages. Also, I'm explaining what's happened. And what Churchill did to alleviate it I make no apologies for his his racist remarks I go into them and and thought them all and you know, you have to see everything in the basis of evidence. And and and this is something very rarely get in the bath. In the knocking revisionist books, they never very long these books because the reason that's up the various myths and claim. The other thing you can do is what is like my cook is to is to go on the Hillsdale College websites The Churchill project where website is Hillsdale College in Michigan and to hit the website for the international Churchill society and they will actually show you the documents, you know, can you can find the document very easily defined the arguments and and this and both for and against and listen to the truth until I think there is a lot you can do actually cuz most people are reasonable people most people are mature enough to accept that if they've heard some some, you know, wild mad rumor theory about how even church or was that there might be another job. Side to the story and luckily both Hillsdale and the international churches society and have her put that full right. So I'm curious there seems to be you know, a lot of people who don't like looking at evidence or don't delve into all of it. What are the motives Behind these people want to the face of Earth and I think diversity in an attempt in to to throw an intention to draw attention to themselves is a is strong one. I have to say in some with some people. I have noticed severe psychological disorder, you know people who are taught in tents and. That's just pretty crazy who may become obsolete obsessive and fanatical about about various things. That church was supposed to have done and the other problem, of course. Because your actual session name editors will run stories. However, measly the evidence is last year. There was a accusation that Winston Churchill was unfaithful to his wife and had a mistress and which is completely untrue and when you look at the evidence again, it it's it explodes as soon you investigate it minutes and yet I had to waste two pages of my of my book exploding these these myths which I spent much better elsewhere writing about other things. So, yes, you do get if somebody comes up with some mad theory about Churchill they will get the chance to just go on television or write articles in newspapers and make a big facet of it and it's only much later that people are really when they they look into it off. Able to tell the truth and in those cases nine times out of ten Churchill comes off scot-free as I say you made many hours many blunders in his life the idea that he was some kind of them will figure or or you know, a bad man. Let alone a Genesis Idol Maniac who deliberately wanted to kill millions of innocent bengalis. For example home is complete with that. So out of all the moments in Churchill's life because he had a lot from challenging appeasement to his inspiring speeches to his leadership in a time of war in your opinion. What was Churchill's finest Hour? Well, I mean, I think the moment that he became prime minister on on Friday the 10th May nineteen forty years, which he wrote later in his woman was I felt as if I were walking with Destiny and it all my past life had been better preparation for this hour for this trial. I think that was the was the key moment. He had been waiting all his life to become Prime Minister, but he'd been practicing pairing in every aspect we would imagine he had this tremendously powerful sense of Destiny, which is why I called my book Churchill walking Destiny ever since he was sixteen years old. He believed he was going to save Britain and save Europe. And and save the Empire and of course fifty years later when he was actually 65 years old. He did do these things great things. And so I think that moment where he finally was allowed to get on with the war in the primary position as prime minister was that was the key moment. But but there are any numbers the Battle of Britain Blitz, very important moments in the first world war, of course as well. It moments in his life to its really they were just one off the other his great speech at Fulton Missouri on the 5th of March 1946, which he warned about the Iron Curtain that was falling across Europe. You know, I am absolutely mad. I suppose in a way just to choose one, but you only allow me one so I'm going to choose that one. Yeah. Well Turtles a man who's dead? Lived a thousand lives in one I guess and it's clear. He had some very great moments and he was pretty great man. But younger Generations like my own page to see less Merit in the mire and great people. They see no difference between a statue of Robert E Lee and a statue of Churchill. Why is this bad? Why should we look up to great people a little traction himself had an answer for that really which was when a young American about your aged. In fact, it came up to him at the coronation luncheon in the Queen's coronation in June nineteen fifty-three and said said to him asked him for the sort of Life advice basically and George Will said study history study history for therein lies all the secrets of statecraft and if you can't tell the difference between a Confederate Amanda dead. Who wanted to split up the union and defend and keep slavery and monstrous institution and somebody who wanted to save people who were being enslaved by adults. Then you really do need to study history. And also by the way, you might also study your own values. So after reading all your books and articles, it seems like you have a certain distaste for modern revisionist takes on History, you know such as Howard Zinn or the sixth nineteen project interpretations. So it wouldn't I bother with either a face. So why do you believe Betty Owen histories of American Zen and I'm afraid the sixth nineteen project is an absurdity and many historians. I think there were ten very brave historic. We do have to be quite Brave to criticize The Sixteen nineteen project.
"roberts" Discussed on The World at Large
"So so you're right there. He was supposed actually at least 2 to be enfranchising women got the gold standard completely wrong. So you can draw up a long list of severe indictment against his against his musical time. He was of course in the House of Commons for nearly two-thirds of a century in Provo front all of the Grateful Dead. This issue so I don't think anybody could expect him to get everything right but he did get a fair lot of things wrong, but the really important things the 20th century wage rise of the German Empire before the first world war the rise, of course is Hitler and the Nazis after the first world war and before the second world war and then the rise of subject has lost the separable. He was the first person to get these things. Right and he got them right years before those people and he was for many years the only person who got the right and so I think that's the the sort of advantages of the sort Victories of Winston Churchill far outweigh the very serious discipline. Yeah, that's interesting. So do you believe that people who do not like Churchill use these flaws as a justification for doing so or do you think that they have a general just distaste for him or they just wage? Want to not like him. Well, it breaks down the church revisionism breaks down into an awful lot of different groups. You do have of course the fascists and Communists who had not because of what he said and because he was the most prominent anti-fascist and anti-communist of his day. So they're bound to 8 and and he would hang welcome their hatred of printing else, you know, that's just part of that's part of politics and there are some people who are just frankly perverse who if they see somebody is tremendously popular and and beloved they want to try and knock him down simply in order to draw attention to themselves. And you do get quite a few historians who are like that and they do it just adds a sense of wanting to be different and wanting to be perverse and you have people who just unwilling to accept his greatness because of birth Of the floors and that they are so basically the feet of clay are more important than the pedestal and in that I think often some type of she often goes back to a an inability to see the word for the trees, you know, and it's a shame sometimes. I think that that when I get letters about really obscure parts of churches life that they therefore think that more important than standing up against Adolf Hitler and destroying the evil man who ever existed in human history. So I think you have to get everything into the states of being in Astoria and not everybody does. Yeah, especially we see today how the same name is Statue of parliament Square was spray-painted with the words was a racist just quite a claim. It seems more and people in our generation believe Churchill to have been involved. Gassing Arabs and murdering three million Bangles in India, which are some wild claims even interests actions. That's right. And when you when look at each of of course, I carefully in each of these games you realize what complete and utter rubbish they are when you go to the original sources, which I've done and look at this place. He gassed arrows actually would be were to use lachrymose free gas which means tear gas which is used in I live in cities all over Europe and I think more and in America as well with it's not it's not phosgene gas. It's not mustard gas. It's not a gas that kills you. It's gas that makes your your eyes water so much that you can log on Artic with regard to the three million bengalis. Look that was a terrible family, but the fact was that the way in which we fed the Bengals Historically used by getting rice from Malaysia and Thailand and Burma and elsewhere which were all under job Japanese Occupation in late 1942 and early nineteen forty three p in the family took made Family took place because of gigantic cyclo which hit Bengal and which destroyed the roads and the rail links and wage stopped the the rice from being brought in but Churchill got on to President Roosevelt to the Prime Minister of Australia and Canada and so on Thursday and did manage to get hundreds of thousands tons of food brought into Bengal, but just not enough because they were Japanese submarines in the Bay of Bengal and page for him to therefore. We called a Genesis Idol Maniac, which was one thing that he's been recently accused of his completely enough to be wrong. You can see that when you look at the Dead Original sources and go back just very sort of soberly to look at the ends. So calling him genocide Maniac is quite the claim and considering he stopped probably the worst genocide Maniac in history. Where are these claims coming from all over the place. Usually the the internet Twitter which my friend Neil Ferguson has called the universal lavatory warm thing is like very good summation when this is going to be a magnificent moment for World Peace, everybody in the world was going to be able have a gigantic Global conversation with them going to you know, love each other than by our Etc what actually has happened. Of course, is that the first lowest and most vicious and the old temples of people have been given a platform. It's part with things that are completely, you know, disprovable through the evidence and but unfortunately conspiracy Thursday, Is can rush around the world and the same time that it takes the truth to get his trousers, you know, so what do you think the motives are behind this attack these these all attacks. Do you think there's anything you can do to stop them or is it just yeah, what you can do is of course, it's like mine you sorry for the gross vs. But it needs to page whatever it is six hundred and something of Turtle Walking With Destiny. You can see the facts about.
"roberts" Discussed on The World at Large
"Hello, everybody today. We have a very special episode of the speech. We are sitting down with best-selling author and historian Andrew Roberts. He's written a number of books including the polian the life in Churchill Walking With Destiny, which has been called. Undoubtedly the best single volume biography of Churchill ever ridden the latter of which will be the subject of this interview. So Mister Robert feldberg I do. How are you today? Thanks very much indeed. So having me on the show in and Josh, it's great honor and I'm On Top form. I think how you are doing. Great. I'm doing excellent. So our first question is there's been a lot written about Churchill. So what drove you to delve into him and write about him and dig into things that perhaps has been questioned em you if anything under under estimating it when you say a lot there have in fact been 1009 biographies of virtual been published and so dead. So it's ridiculously large about ready. And the reason that I was supposed Hebrew stick enough to write the 1,000 and 10th mile graffiti was because there's an enormous collection of new material that's come out a huge sort of cornucopia of news sources Majesty. The queen allowed me to be the first Churchill biographer to use the father's Diaries. And of course he met Winston Churchill every week in the lunch together every Tuesday during the second world war and then luckily wrote down everything Churchill set and so we have this magnificent new source, but on top of that they've been fifty sets of papers 53, I think it is sets of papers that have been deposited at Churchill College archives since the last major biography of him the Russian ambassador of the day, we have his diaries that have now been published in Moscow. There's been some papers off. The church or family that that they allowed me to use which hasn't been used before in a church locally. So there's a there's a mass of news sources and that's really the reason why I decided after writing about church or four months, maybe thirty years to write this book. What was it like assessing these new wartime Diaries? How did you feel the first one to gain access to these news sources tremendously excited and it's the thing that historians Dream of Jeannie and biographers. We are always looking for this special, you know moments and frankly to be allowed use the Kings Diaries because of course Churchill Down you the king and a new looking well, but they didn't necessarily get on to be well before the war broke out because the king had been a huge supporter of the policy appeasement of Germany and bought a structural had been a supporter of the king Zelda Bubba and King Edward the 8th later Duke of Windsor during the appeasement crisis. So, in fact, there was a chance that they might not have put on but luckily they did and I'm very very much indeed became new place friends. And so this diary more than anything else. I think more than any other single Source was the thing that really, you know, got me out of bed in the morning and phone number. To Windsor Castle and the round Tower it would also which is where they're all our archives are. Right. That's very cool at the end of your book. You mentioned how in a survey of 3,000 students 20% thought Churchill to be a fictional character which took me away and you suggest this is an indignant of the virtual exercising of Churchill from the school system. Why is the man he's a British school children? Obviously, I am very addicted Church Jose was a feature. I'm and the worst thing was that they also thought that Sherlock Holmes and Eleanor Rigby were real people off. So there's an attack on the education system there I think as well. He's just not taught in schools. This is the problem and whereas whereas he is around the world off for some reason in his own country. He isn't which I think considering who is the greatest area that Britain had is outrageous. Yeah. What do you think is the value? You've learning about Churchill teaching him in schools. I think there are lots of values. I think partly of course, it's just his personality and character is resilience his refusal to to be held back with any of the disasters and blunders and errors that he made in his life. He kept he going on his through a tremendous sense of of self-belief, I think so there are lots of extraordinary aspects of his character his sense of humor who's the capacity for hard work his capacity to teach himself. He's a huge order autodidact. And so that I think is always worthwhile. And then of course the Eternal truths of his stance against Fascism and and, and the fact that for many years he was the only person to warn against totalitarianism in the in the nineteen-thirties and then who's the first person dead. The post-war period toward about Stalin and Eastern Europe and and the dangers of Soviet communism. So too on top of this extraordinary prescience about the dangers of totalitarianism. You also have this extraordinary personality who is a larger-than-life figure in every way. Yeah. So considering all those facts that you just projected. Why do you think that he's so neglected? Well partly it's because he was somebody who was born in the lounge. When Charles Darwin was still alive and therefore he believed in a hierarchy of the races and although we today of course know that to be completely absurd and Lounge scene. In fact, it was considered in those days to be a scientific fact and and he believed it and so he made various jokes and references and remarks that are dead. Completely unacceptable in today's in today's world, you know are totally you know much worse than Politically Incorrect. And so he's he's a sort of thought of as now being very much so much part of the past and and yet not so far back like Oliver Cromwell Charles the first or something like a home Washington either as to be tied into into modern mores with regard to race and I think that is the primary reason for him not being exercised from the school curriculum, right? Well there seems to be some critiques of Churchill that are fair and some not thoughts of the fair ones include a little e is support of Edward the 8th his refusal to step down as prime minister after stroke. So on in the words of Churchill to do justice to a great man discrimination It's necessary gosh, gosh, however quenching is always insisted. You come to the conclusion you address these criticisms throughout your book, but you still come to include thought he deserves admiration and praise did why did you come to this conclusion when you're absolutely right he made mistake after mistake. He the god of the Dardanelles. We collectively campaign and left a hundred and forty seven thousand Allied soldiers killed and wounded and it was very much his idea..
"roberts" Discussed on The Techy Tony Marketing Podcast
"Sherry. On the this has been educational to say the least it's it's been very educational. Again, if anybody needs insurance insurance doesn't know where to begin with insurance She sounds like a very knowledgeable person that can help you Sherry. If anyone wants to set up a one to one, you WANNA, give us some contact information phone number website email if you have any of that. So call me at six, three, six, two, one, two, one, five, nine, zero or you can email me at. Sherri Roberts S. H. A.. R. I. R. O. B. E. R. T. S. insurance at gmail.com. And do you have a website at all or I'm not sure who your? Love. Now. Okay. What's your facebook? Information is a facebook dot com slash. Oh, you would ask me that that's terrible I. Don't know it's Shiri emory Roberts. You look young finally that's okay. You do ensure social media. Up IT I. Have a section where you can have that information I'll I'll get a free. Sherry is there anything else you want to add to this before we close out? I just appreciate the opportunity now. People have questions you know happy to help or answer just to keep them calm. Sometimes, people want to even look at the policy they've got at work, and as best APN I'll look at that and let you know what you have. It's amazing. How many people don't even realize what they have so happy to do that and obviously for. You guys that just want to reiterate it's it's been a crazy twenty twenty. There's a lot going on A lot going on a lot and. I think insurances just not at the top of the list for most people and they a lot of trying to figure out income goals and rearrange their finances being able to put food on the table. But this is one of those conversations that you just have to have eventually, and we want you to know that share is here to help. She's here to give you information. Now is the time to consider to look at what's coverage because I'm gonNA. Say it again, you just don't know what's going to happen until it happens and nine times out of ten. It's just too late yet. Very important that you take some time and talk to your insurance agent and Sherry can help with that. So sharing. Roberts. Thank you so much for being on like I said educational. And you don't have anything I'm going to close out. All right. Sounds good. Day. Thank you. You're welcome..
"roberts" Discussed on Even Money
"He is Greg coach. Fezzet legs Zimmer more than An. Zimmer he was my coach. Fantastic. Love Zimmer. He loves the Vikings. So I'm very curious to hear what he has to say to you right now. Yeah, well, Zimmer's my number four rated coats. I have a higher than anybody else I know of I think the dude Ross once worked with like like an eye ulcer that his vision was like. At risk and I think you missed one afternoon. That's my kind of guy. Stumble. Puts puts winning above everything else brings up some excellent points and by the way, the Vikings still get under nine. So absolutely get the best number and. And walked under nine. It makes absolute sense that they are decimated in terms of the losses they add and frankly not at draft picks in the Vikings. I think they had fifteen but how much of these guys going to help them with trove it and a limited camp as well? So the Vikings could well struggle. I did that Green, Bay plus three and a half week one against Minnesota for that very reason. To another really I mean first of all, they already lost trae Wayne's Mackenzie Alexander and is a rare roads, digs all that. But then now they lose Michael Pierce like Paul mentioned, and all those draft picks that we're going to replenish it. They're not getting a lot out of those guys this year I mean they were not anticipating when they had this strategy Kovin nobody was no I'm not blaming him but can be tough to get a whole lot out of. Those guys still have a battle offensive line. I'm kind of with Paul on that one I think the bears will be better I think the lions will be better. I don't know about the packer packers record will be worse for sure but go want pull. This was fantastic. Highly encouraged people to check him out on twitter at Paul. Roberts. W E you. So you people out there in Seattle and in Wichita that are dying here about Berks county high school or. You need to follow Paul on twitter. All Roberts. No Austin security you can tell. Steve How unbelievable is he for being the local sports? Talk Guy in reading I mean it's a gift. It's a gift for all of Berks County, Paul Roberts. The gift that keeps on giving checkout Steve at exports I'm at Ross Tucker NFL at Ross Tucker pod everywhere. Other than I think we're done here. Good like everybody because win some money. Thanks for listening to the even money podcast. Make sure to also subscribe to the Rust Tucker Football podcast the fantasy feast business of sports in the college draft all available at Apple podcasts Ross Tucker dot com or wherever podcasts can be found..
"roberts" Discussed on Even Money
"Let me let me ask you Steve I. I. know the. Surprise teams emerge. Maybe it's maybe it is the Patriots maybe it's the buffalo bills maybe it's the steelers. But I do in my heart. Steve I find it hard to imagine a team other than the chiefs or the Ravens. Going to the Super Bowl from the AFC. So, talk me about putting a one hundred dollars down on both the chief set plus three hundred and the Ravens at Plus Three Twenty to win the AFC or thousand or whatever that dollar amount is Steve. Yes. So what's the matter easier and make them both three to one? So if you're going to Bet Baltimore and Kansas City, you gotta assume they gotta win half the time for you to break even and more than half you'd have a plus back I would much rather make the bet that I think is stronger and I agree with Paul I can't say it's good bet three to one Kansas. City. It could make a case is under valued the got better defensively under nola throughout the year last year tyreek Hill missed four games. You Really Miss Fighters. One game was against the chargers you went out in the first quarter homes obviously the KNEECAP injury but he also. issued. That's why largely that they can't see plane so bad at home losses to Andy Houston so you can make the case that this chiefs team is really actually better than expected. There is a little bit of a concern you talk about how it's hard to envision anybody else coming out while just last year the Ravens were spoke to win eight NAFF Games and San Francisco was supposed to win eight games and those teams spoke became the favorites to get to the Super Bowl. So things do happen but I'll fully endorse the chiefs three to one to win the AFC I like that. By the way you can place all of these bets on the draft. King, sportsbook APP I mentioned at the start of the show I. Love It. I downloaded have it on my phone I, of course, put my code. Ross. In to get the deposit bonus I don't really know I mean I feel like if it's actually your name is the code, you should probably get a higher deposit bonus like that's my name. Why do I get the same deposit bonus. Paul got this week. Well, you did it. You did it recently right David. Thank you very much. It's real easy to use. You can sign up no time. They have all kinds of propsed have live betting that you can do I mean every everything you want is all sports on that what I didn't realize which was a really big bonus and I don't even know if you know Ross. Gave me your bank account information so next time you look at your statements. Might be a few deposits into draft kings. Pursuant to these bonuses and I'M GONNA put Paul in charge of this. In fact, if you're living right now in eastern Pennsylvania I think you can pick up a free three thousand dollars simply or in Jersey simply by taking advantage of author. So many new players in Pennsylvania and Jersey looking to show all the investors look at all of my new clients that they're giving away these one hundred percent bones, these fifty percent bonuses. And you don't have to have a twenty five times rollover. You're looking at a one time rollover it's literally free money. So if you just map that a weekend and hit them all and you could even bet both sides of a game if you didn't want to take any risk at all and you can literally just arbitrage without any risk three thousand dollars. Wow Steve I'm going to talk to you after the show about that. Load by the way I want to get into those profits with you the second..
"roberts" Discussed on Even Money
"If, you'd like to make your NFL Games a little more interesting. You've come to the right place. He's the even money podcast with Russ Tucker and Steve Physic-. Yeah, biggest baby, Vegas it is even. PODCAST, and here we go. Baby NBA starts tomorrow NHL. Before you know it NFL training camps are opening there might have been a hiccup or to with the MLB bets. Okay. There were still games to watch I. AM now a baseball Fan Joe Kelley of the dodgers. My favorite player ever may be that was hilarious. Last night I'm Ross Tucker I think you guys. Most of you least already know that former NFL offensive lineman five, seven years. Classic journeymen got a bunch of media gigs now and a entire podcast network. Andrew Brandt was excellent on the Ross Tucker Football podcast today. Tomorrow it'll be Dave Richard from CBS, fantasy sports on the fantasy feast podcast college draft. We introduced emery hunt WHO's going to be a star if you. Happen to miss that show will have great cosell a little bit later in the week, the show is presented. Of course, by the number one rated draft kings sportsbook APP I wouldn't give you guys the number two rated R. Number three rated number one rated draft King Sportsbook at very excited about today's show by the way because not only do we have the star. Of The show, Steve Take at Fez exports on twitter. As you know, you're only two-time winner of the Super Bowl of professional football gambling the supercar desk at the West Gate. Casino we also have a buddy of mine from my hometown of Reading Pennsylvania, the Great Paul Roberts. You can check him out at Paul Roberts, Wvu in reading and Steve. I gotTa tell you. So a couple of things first of all Alot Steve How are you? I good Ross. Great to be back as. Paul good to talk with you. Good to see you usually text a lot. Sometimes, we talk on the phone. Good to actually see you. It's a pleasure. You know I've been a big fan of this podcast from from day one and I noticed on your twitter Ross your follow ninety two people and I'm one of the ninety two. So on my tombstone one day, which I hope is not anytime soon I'm just going to have under my name and years of wife was followed by Ross talker you know what's funny about that? You would be amazed how many people say to me why don't you follow me like I can't get a follow and and miss down I'm a little anal retentive people don't know this right but. I actually read every tweet on my timeline I look at every. AM worried about missing a tweet from someone important that I information that I value and want. So every tweet, you've ever tweeted Paul I read Steve Same if you don't tweet them much depot, you don't really either but I've never missed one of your tweets I read every one on my timeline. So I'm very particular about how many people I follow. You don't follow me I'm like. Got To keep it, you'd be a maid I'm not going to embarrass anybody but like there are some big names that have said that to me asked me why I don't follow them and I said and I'm like listen I'll give mercy follow for a couple of weeks. But I I don't I don't care about this or that or whatever and nobody's ever said. Well, then why do you follow this Paul Roberts W. I'm sure part of them is like what but I and that's.
"roberts" Discussed on The Cam Roberts Business Marketing Podcast
"Uh-huh. Podcasts and be ready to win with your mental modifies and breakfast bones incident, monitor camera. Grow business and achieve your goals with the lightest tips, tools and tactics on business success as much. Subscribe now and download your free resources at Ken Roberts dot com. Value. Camera t-, you'll find in business and marketing, thanks for tuning in to my podcast program way. Discuss tips, tools and tactics to help you skull. You'll business launch new products and tenure advertising into prophets now today, I wanna talk about Instagram. There's a lot of small to medium business owners, entrepreneurs Mark Roe influences. Lodger influences who is C, you know, stuff it up with the Instagram. Now the thing with Instagram. It is is social media platform. Not a one way media platform is social media platform now like old social media platforms. It has the woods social in it. The reason the words social layers because engagement is key. So on today's episode of Hatta, grow your business with Instagram. I'm going to give you seven. Why's that you can grow your business with Instagram, and that's going to help you find new potential customers? It's going to help you build a tribal community. But the most important thing that you need to remember like with any social media platforms is the words, social so what that means is it's a two way street, right? So if you'll having a social conversation with someone outside the online spice, if you'll sitting at a coffee shop or a cafe, and you having a social conversation, that's a two way conversation. You don't go and catch up for coffee with someone catch up at a cafe, and they do all the talking, and you just sit there, and listen, let's not very engaging relationship conversation. So to the other way like it wouldn't be very engaging for the other person. If you just set the the Hawaiian you just dumped on them. And there was no, you know, communication back. So that's with social what you're looking for is not just what you posed. But had you. Comment in react to other people. So let me unpack the seven wise that which you can not only grow your Instagram following but attract more potential customers to your business and grow your business by using Instagram. Now, the first one is number one give before you get now, I already just alluded to that, you know, Instagram social media platform. So what you do is that for every one post that you put on Instagram, you should be commenting on other people's posts and liking this things at least five times, you see you wanna give more than you get you know, there's a there's a book that tells us it's more bliss to give than receive. It's called the bible now, regardless of your religious beliefs. This works on social media. So I teach moist units to one to five ratio now. Yes, it takes. Time, but you know, what sodas growing business advertising business cost money? It takes time to generate that money to pay for the advertising, if you want to grow if you want to use Instagram organically to grow your business, you going to have to invest something, right? This is not. I think people make the mistake of thinking this is I one time sitting forget thing, you know, growing your business with Instagram. It's not. So I teach my students to do wonder five ratio for every one post that you post on Instagram. You've gotta go and comment on five other influences posts and mix that up between people who like mega influences who get like two thousand comments each time and people who are Mark Roe influences who just get one hundred comments each time or thirty comments ten comments five comments mix it up between the two Dunaway's. Leave your comments on the. The, you know, the Hollywood stars all the the famous people Ryan who get three thousand four thousand comments mix it up use the micro influencers users solo entrepreneur use the the people who only get ten comments because you never know you just never know when your potential customers a looking in commenting on other people's posts themselves, so by posting five times the ratio five to one or one of five one on one on you'll one post to your Instagram side, and then by commenting and engaging with five other people, you're increasing your chances of being found by potential customers and potential clients on Instagram. So what on that one to five ratio now strategy number two for growing? You'll business with Instagram is to change your boy,