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Trump Lawyer Christina Bobb Describes FBI Raid on Mar-A-Lago
"I have a great deal to say about what happened at Mar-a-Lago, the FBI raid, but I'm going to hold that back a little bit because I've got the wonderful opportunity to talk to somebody who is who was right on the scene. The Christina bob is an attorney for president Trump at save America. She started her legal career at the U.S. Marine Corps. She was deployed to Afghanistan. She's defended marines in court martials, and she has a specialization in national security law from Georgetown law center in Washington, D.C., Christina, what a crazy business we're in. Something that I haven't seen in my adult lifetime. I'm not even sure if it's happened in American history. We have the DoJ of an existing administration raiding the residents of not only the man that Biden ran against in 2020, but very likely a quite possibly the man he might run against in 2024. Now, you were there, let's start by talking a little bit about I want to walk through this a little bit slowly, but let's start with Mar-a-Lago. Mar-a-Lago is not merely a kind of club that people can belong to and they can come and play golf, but president Trump lives there, doesn't he? Yeah, it's his personal residence. And I mean, it's his home. It's where he lives and is where he spends most of his time, you know, this time of year he's up north in New Jersey, but Mar-a-Lago is very much president Trump's personal residence. We were, of course, at Mar-a-Lago for the premiere of 2000 mules, and it was it's a lovely place. Trump now is not at Mar-a-Lago. He's in New Jersey. And so this raid evidently occurred in his in his absence. Talk about talk about it now from your point of view. Were you on the scene? How did you hear about it? Give us sort of the blow by blow. Yeah, I responded 'cause I'm one of president Trump's attorneys that lives in the area. I live not too far from Mar-a-Lago. And I got a call that said, hey, you need to get down there. The FBI is on site, and we need a presence there. So I went down. So I arrived after the FBI was already there, and tried to get a copy of the search warrant. They wouldn't give it to me initially. And they said they didn't even have to show it to me. I fought with them for a little while about that and said, you mean to tell me that you want to roll up at the president of the United States personal residence and you want me to take your word for it that you actually have a warrant. So they eventually showed it to me. And then they, you know, they gave me a copy of it after everything was over. So the whole thing was relatively uneventful as far as like, you know, there was not a whole lot you can do when you have a large number of FBI agents rummaging through the president's personal residence and his office in the area that he lives in in Mar-a-Lago.
The Tragic Saga of Alex Jones
"Jones back in many a couple of years ago. Spoke out about the sandy hook shooting. He said something quote, he said, no one died. The incident was staged. It was synthetic. It was manufactured. It was a giant hoax and completely fake with actors. He's totally wrong there. In fact, he's admitted he was wrong. Shouldn't have said it. It was not true. Somewhat despicable, quite honestly, and he shouldn't have said it. Okay, so he said that and in reaction to it, the sandy hook parents then started to allegedly to the court documents started to get harassed because of that. Series of lawsuits then were filed against Alex Jones saying that because of him their lives were totally ruined. This trial has been going on and on and on. Now remember, with Alex Jones, you're dealing with someone that specializes in bombast and bravado, shouldn't have said it. It was a mistake. He's admitted he was wrong, multiple times, but that will not satisfy the media, and that will not sought satisfy the nonstop pressure campaign against Alex Jones. So according to the judge and the Alex Jones case, anything you read in the press is hearsay and even reciting what you read as a means to convey how you made it feel is also hearsay. So let's play cut 22. How did you feel about that? Well, when I read the newspaper, there was a 20 $8 million ad buy. Don't say what you read. Just how many have you filmed? Things that you have read are also here today. Okay. Because you didn't save them. Somebody else centered right on writing is speech. Do not tell the jury anything that came from someone else that you've read or heard don't have to disregard that sentence. Go ahead. So that is the judge, her name is Maya Guerra gamble. This is the type of judge that Alex Jones was given. 23 up on stage. Hashtag stay at home. It could save lives with a blue hair bonnet on. Love is love with the transgender thing, and also don't stay at the top, vote for every Democrat. That's the type of judge Alex Jones got. Conflict of interest, you better believe it.
Charlie Is Joined by a Great American Patriot, Ric Grenell
"With us right now is a great American patriot, Rick grinnell, Rick is someone who should be running the U.S. State Department right now, unlike the failed punk rocker, Tony blinken, Rick, welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks for having me, Charlie. It's always a pleasure, and I just have to add this little thing if we're going to talk about Anthony blinken, people need to realize that Anthony blinken's parents funded the George Soros information center. It's named after his parents and the media continue to block this. And it's an outrage, but they've been doing George Soros's bidding for decades and giving him millions of dollars to help his open society. Wait, so blinken's parents haven't been given Soros millions of dollars. Yeah, the center, the George Soros funded center for his work is called, if I get his parents name right, I forget that it's named after his parents and I forget their names, but whatever their names are, blinken center for information. Wow. It's incredible. Somebody could pull it up and give us his parents names. But, you know, I've tried to highlight this. Yeah, I found it right here. Yeah, it's the blinken open society archives. Yeah. Incredible. Both of his parents.
Major test of first possible Lyme vaccine in 20 years begins
"Researchers are looking for thousands of volunteers in the U.S. and Europe to test the first potential vaccine against Lyme disease in 20 years Lyme disease is a growing tick-borne threat Pfizer's anneliese Anderson tells the AP they're working on a vaccine to protect both adults and kids as young as 5 We call it beer a 15 Robert to willer is an avid hunter in hiker He was the first in line when the study opened in central Pennsylvania And if I find a tick on me I don't know okay I'm good I don't have to worry about anything Doctor Allen Kevin's at the Altoona arthritis and osteoporosis center in Pennsylvania is looking for volunteers who spend lots of time in tick infested areas Not a single day goes by that someone either has a concern about Lyme disease could possibly have Lyme disease We live in an area where Lyme disease is endemic The Pfizer study will cover two tick seasons I'm Ed Donahue
Ship carrying grain from Ukraine arrives in Istanbul
"The captain of the first grain ship to arrive out of Ukraine under an international agreement spoke to reporters at the dock in turkey Ahmet Eugene Ali Baylor is the man at the helm of the polar net of Turkish flagship that em loaded cargo at the Ukrainian port of chana Moors before the Russian invasion in February He says this sad incident happened war broke out in the port was under blockade by the Ukrainian military They were finally able to leave on Friday forming a convoy with two other ships in a harbor guide near Odessa then followed a predetermined 17 leg route through dangerous corridors that had been cleared and deemed The latitudes longitudes and positions were provided by the joint coordination center They arrived at the Turkish port of Dorinda today with the 12,000 ton load of grain The first of a dozen ships authorized to sail under the deal between Ukraine and Russia brokered by turkey and the United Nations I'm Jennifer King
Anne Heche's Car Crash Was a Gift From the Gods
"Saturday's car crash with Ann hesh was a gift from the gods. That came out of nowhere. Not trying to make it funny. It's an awful thing that happened, but listen, even if you'll spend the afternoon drinking wine and vodka. During a podcast and admitting your hammered and then backing into an apartment complex and people are trying to help you with a vodka bottle plane to see right in your center console, you're looking for trouble. I touched on it a bit on the Patreon show. The fact that there was, I don't know if you saw the video of the car going 80 miles an hour on a quiet residential street, but just picture yourself sitting on your stoop. And a car whizzes by an 85 instead of 25. I mean, you have to get up and run inside your house. It's terrifying. During the video, the wheels are squeaking and screaming because she's kind of making a little turn. She did not apply the brakes once because if you see the video, she whizzes by this house that had the doorbell camera on, and then you hear three seconds later, this awful crash, no screeching of the tires. Takes out a whole house, almost burned to death. I don't know how she's in stable condition. I can't wait to find out what the hell was in her blood. Because I think on the way home, I don't know if she had some Xanax in her system in addition to the alcohol, I would say she passed out, but passing out typically doesn't mean you press harder on the gas pedal. I don't know,
Republicans Could Really Be on the Cusp of Something Great
"And if some of you are skeptical with all of the results coming in in Arizona, but now you see the result, just trust me with this every single one of these candidates can win. Your artist is starting to see the chattering of some people in the center right media. Maga candidates can't win. That is nonsense. How many times do we have to prove that thesis wrong? If you have a charismatic articulate, wise. Candidate. That understands the issues. They will win. If they stand on principle, Myra Flores one in the Rio Grande valley being a strong border hawk conservative, not pandering to the middle. But instead, holding the line, maga candidates swept the entire state of Arizona. Maga candidates swept in Missouri. Swept in Michigan. The Republican Party we've done our job. So what does that mean now going into November? We must acknowledge suppression polls, suppression polls. We must acknowledge we're going to be outspent and we have to get to work because this right here, this midterm election can be one of the most consequential not just for the country. I'm so tired of people saying that. Charlie, this is the most important election in my lifetime. I think 2020 actually was. I think this election is important in a different way. It's important to begin the process of a long term Republican Party takeover.
Trump ally Kari Lake wins GOP primary for Arizona governor
"Trump endorsed candidate Terry Lake has won the Republican primary for Arizona governor A former TV news anchor who centered false claims of election fraud in her campaign Carrie Lake secured the Republican gubernatorial nomination in Arizona That puts her up against Democrat Katie Hobbs Arizona Secretary of State in November Lake appeared to be trailing on election night when she thanked her supporters And I want to thank president Donald J Trump He's the one that got this whole thing going But she pulled into the lead against primary opponent Karen Taylor Robson after Maricopa County released the results from thousands of ballots that had been dropped off at the polls After the race was called Lake issued a statement saying arizonans who have been forgotten by the establishment just delivered a political earthquake On her social media Lake says she's thrilled to be speaking right before Trump at the conservative political action conference in Dallas on Saturday Audio courtesy canon XV I'm Jennifer King
AP correspondent Walter Ratliff has the Religion Roundup.
"And this week's religion roundup an AP investigation and covers abuse reporting failures in the Mormon church a Christian flag flies over Boston and Iraq's Yazidi community commemorates a tragic decade on stage Three of 6 children who accused their father of sexual abuse are suing the Mormon church for not going to authorities and letting the abuse go on for 7 years It didn't stop The eldest daughter of Paul Douglas Adams says when she reported abuse on a phone helpline it was kept within the church It didn't go away They just let it keep happening AP investigative reporter Michael resendez says the Arizona case follows a pattern found in other states The Associated Press has received nearly 12,000 pages of sealed records from another child sex abuse case in West Virginia which show that the helpline stands at the center of an elaborate system to divert child sex abuse complaints away from law enforcement And instead send them to attorneys for the church who may cover up that abuse leaving children and victims in harm's way Attorneys for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints say church officials feel they were constrained by confidentiality rules To lay at the feet of these bishops the blame for that is absurd and it's wrong Arizona's child sex reporting law says anyone who reasonably believes a child has been abused or neglected has a legal obligation to report the information The Christian flag that became the focus of a free speech legal battle that went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court has been raised outside Boston city hall The flag raising took place about three months after the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that the city unjustly discriminated when it refused to fly the banner in 2017 Artists from the Yazidi community of Iraq commemorated their tragedy during a stage performance in Iraq's Kurdish region It has been 8 years since the lives of the Yazidis were torn apart by Islamic State militants The United Nations has called the attacks a genocide I'm Walter ratliff
Polio fears rise in New York amid possible community spread
"New York State health officials are upping their call for residents to get vaccinated against polio citing evidence of community spread They're describing it as the tip of the iceberg in a statement New York health commissioner doctor Mary Bassett warns residents that for every one case of paralytic polio observed there may be hundreds of other people infected The polio virus has now been found in wastewater samples in both rockland and orange counties both known as centers of vaccine resistance fast it is urging the community to get it to keep from suffering the fate of an unvaccinated young adult who developed paralysis The first person known to be infected with polio in the U.S. in nearly a decade Doctor Jennifer nuzzo is an epidemiologist with Brown university This is not the first vaccine preventable illness we've actually seen in rockland county and just before the pandemic there was a very large measles outbreak in brocklin county Also due to low vaccine coverage Infected people could have no symptoms but still transmit the polio virus which can cause paralysis and even death I'm Jennifer King
Syndergaard, Phillies beat Nationals in rain-shortened game
"The Phillies won for the 7th time in 9 games by defeating the nationals 5 four in a rain shortened contest Alec baum hit a three run Homer and Rhys Hoskins added a solo shot to back a shaky Noah syndergaard The right hander allowed four runs and 11 hits over 5 innings of his Phillies debut Bones blast was part of Philadelphia's 4Runner third Hoskins put the fills ahead in the first inning off loser Paolo espino Nick castellano center to Washington rally in the 5th by starting a 9 two double play The game was stopped for good after those outs I'm Dave ferry
Breitbart's Alex Marlow on the Nature of the Media Landscape
"Let's start with that overall question. So if you are in a battle, the first thing you have to do is we teach in the U.S. Military. You have an estimate of the situation. You take a snapshot of the battlefield and you measure what is going on. What is the nature of the media landscape today, Alex? And in what ways has it changed most significantly since you were first hired by that great man, Andrew breitbart, what would have been the biggest tectonic changes in the last, let's say, decade. Yeah, thank you as always for mentioning the book. And I think is what made me decide the book was necessary, was seeing that toggle switch that was flipped within the media when Donald Trump came down that escalator. It went from the media was simply this is liberally biased and they would prefer if Democrats. One, but they would try to present both sides to a certain degree and they weren't literally trying to destroy the people that they were writing about just for having different politics. And that did change with president Trump and we've seen it manifested in just about every prominent conservative political politician or activist or even business owner who stands for judeo Christian values now. When the media writes about them their weaponized, their weaponized against that individual or against the entity upon which they're writing about. And that really changed to me. And that's why books like Bernie Goldberg's bias, which all of us read 25, 30 years ago, which are very important. And all the great work that my Friends and the media research center do to track the media, all of that was, those are components of what's going on, but it did no longer told the full picture, the full picture was these people out to destroy your audience doctor G, you personally, president Trump, my audience, et cetera
Indiana Rep. Walorski, 2 staffers killed in head-on crash
"Police have now changed the official account of the crash that killed Indiana representative Jackie warski and three others I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest Police have now changed their description of the crash that killed Indiana Republican U.S. representative Jackie warski They now say it was the SUV driven by war loor ski's staff member Zachary Potts that crossed the center line causing the head on collision while in two members of her congressional staff died in the Wednesday afternoon crash in northern Indiana along with the woman driving the other vehicle the sheriff's office initially said that the car crossed into the congresswoman's SUV's path but the office now released a statement saying investigators decided that their preliminary determination of which direction the vehicles were traveling was incorrect I'm Lisa dwyer
US says Russia aims to fabricate evidence in prison deaths
"U.S. officials believe Russia's working to fabricate evidence concerning last week's deadly strike on a detention center for prisoners of war in Ukraine An official familiar with the intelligence finding tells The Associated Press Russia's looking to plant false evidence to make it appear Ukrainian forces were responsible for the July 29th attack on the prison the left 53 dead and wounded dozens more the official ads the classified intelligence shows that Russian officials might even plant ammunition for medium range high mobility artillery rocket systems or himars As evidence that the systems provided by the U.S. to Ukraine were used in the attack I'm Charles De Ledesma
Donald Trump’s Perfect Endorsement Record in Arizona
"Trump made some pretty bold endorsements here in Arizona. So Blake masters has won. Mark fincham has won, rusty Bowers, who testified in front of the J 6 community, committee has lost and farnsworth in opposition has won. And it looks like Carrie is going to win. There's a 100,000 ballots outstanding. People are a little worried they say, can they still do some shenanigans with those 100,000 ballots, but talk about the type of voters and what are these ballots Tyler? These are the people that went to a vote processing center on the day of the election and then put in their ballot, of which, for example, my wife and my mother in law, they're like, we don't trust the mail and system. We're literally gonna go give I just thought of that as an archetype example of hard R's that did that. Am I right? Yeah. I mean, I didn't see the final number, but most of yesterday was trending like 85% of all the votes that were cash yesterday were Republican. And clearly the day of votes that were cast yesterday were 67% in favor of Carrie Lake. Which tells you that there's probably the likelihood is probably going to be a 60 something percent number for those early ballots that were dropped off because it's the same kind of people. Because they're confused, right? Because what the Democrats have done is confused everybody.
Rosario hits 450-foot homer, Guardians top Diamondbacks 7-4
"The Guardian state of game off the AL central lead with a 7 four downing of the Diamondbacks Ahmed Rosario crushed a three run Homer that traveled 450 feet to dead center It was the longest blasting Cleveland this season and it gave the guardians a four zero lead in the 5th inning Rookie Oscar Hernandez furnished a solo Homer and an RBI double Shane Bieber now has 8 straight inner league wins after limiting Arizona to two runs and four hits while striking out 8 over 6 innings Losing pitcher Tommy Henry allowed four runs over 5 innings of his major league debut I'm Dave ferry
Indiana Congresswoman Jackie Walorski, three others killed in car crash
"And Indiana congresswoman has been killed in a car crash The office of Republican congresswoman Jackie wolofsky says the accident occurred in her northern Indiana district The Elkhart county sheriff's office says deputies responded to the scene of a two vehicle crash shortly afternoon Investigators say a car traveled left of the center lane and collided head on with the SUV will ski was riding in Two others in the vehicle also died as did the woman driving the other car The 58 year old warski served on the House ways and means committee She was first elected to represent Indiana's
Troopers: Drunk woman drove golf cart on Florida highway
"A highway patrol report says a woman has been arrested for driving a golf cart on a Florida interstate The 58 year old woman is facing misdemeanor charges of disorderly and intoxication in a public place and resisting an officer without violence The Florida highway patrol says she was arrested Saturday night on the shoulder of interstate 95 Florida's busiest highway The report says the woman had an open bottle of Jack Daniel's whisky in a bag when she was stopped in Brevard county Troopers say a semi truck driver spotted the woman driving the golf cart in the center lane and used a semi to steer the driver to the shoulder of the highway They say the woman started arguing with troopers when they arrived on the scene I'm Mike Hempen
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" center center" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Is in for Rick Roberts continue to pray for Rick. He is well on his way towards recovery, and we do look forward to his return all kinds of things going on in the news today. Will mark Cuban and the Dallas Mavericks. Will the national anthem be played before the Games were? We're hearing that the NBA has generally reminded Mark Cuban that, you know, we do have this league wide policy about playing the national anthem. Right. So then the New New New York Post is now saying that yes, Mark Cuban will be playing the national anthem. But the question is As mark Cuban himself come out. Now that he's been reminded about the national anthem and the league mandate, will he come out and say You know what? My bad sorry. Here's the other thing, And I'm gonna get into this and in more detail here in a little bit, But I've got to cover the impeachment trial first. But with Mark Cuban know a lot of people have been thinking Will he run for president will clearly With this decision. Mark Human has zero interest. In running for president, So we'll sort all that out coming up here on new stark a 20 w b a P 100 to end a w p A P Wanted 100 to 88 92 27. I have spent the last couple of hours. Watching the impeachment trial of President Trump former president Trump and I've got to tell you that for the Democrats and we we did speak a little bit about some of this yesterday. You know the page A really good picture. You know, they tell a really good story. They've got all of these people that are saying well, Donald Trump in on Twitter. Donald Trump Center Center San You know, we came at the behest of Donald Trump. We we came because the president told this to and they're there. Taking a whole bunch of speeches from the president. And they're saying Well, you know, listen to all of the times that the president used the word fight. Listen to all the times that the president tweeted the word fight. Clearly, the president wanted people to fight. No, that's actually not with the president was doing And so the more that you watch this and it is like one Democrat after another. They're just going up and they're having their say, and they're all essentially saying the same thing. Now the Democrats have three stages. The provocations, the attack and the harm in right now, I believe they're still in the provocation stage and so what they're saying. Is that following the election Donald Trump spent Six or seven weeks as we all know Saying that the election was stolen, saying that there was fraud and all of these other things that the president said, and so part of what the defense or I should say part of what the Democrats are doing The prosecutors if you will Part of what the house impeachment managers are doing is they're saying listen. He made all these speeches and he said that the election was stolen. And clearly what that means is that he wanted people to rush the capital, which is so stupid. So did the president say that he wanted people to come to Washington D. C for great rally, and it's going to be wild and all these things. Well, yeah, he did. That's all part of his past tweets. And he said that as well on in speeches and social media, and so on, But you know what? Nowhere. Can they prove that the president ordered people told people inspired people to rush the capital? Now you do have people, by the way, Just so you know, in case you you have not been watching all of this. You do have people that are out there saying And I've mentioned this Well, Yeah, we we came because the president told us to we We rushed the capital because the president told us to. Well, some people are saying that I say. They're just because they were motivated, they say by the president's words doesn't necessarily mean that that is truth. Because here's the thing, the more that they speak, the more it is clear that what they're trying to do is they're trying to kiss bye to the Democrats because they know that that's the only way that they can stay out of jail. Is by throwing Donald Trump under the bus. I think that's part of what's going on. So you've got this whole long list of of tweets and comments and audio montages and everything that the Democrats say. We're part of the provocations and by the way, part of this is this conversation regarding whether or not the election was stolen. Well, remember one of the things that that I would say. Is that the president when he was talking about the election being stolen? There were a number of different things that he was mentioning He was mentioning. Yes, voter fraud. But he was also speaking about the constitutional issues that we all know are a knish. You and these are all things that the president First Amendment right to free speech. He is allowed to say, you know, Ben Sasse was out there, quoted as saying that Trump was delighted at what he was seeing on that fateful day. No, I don't know where bin says, comes off saying that I don't I don't know if he was with the president at the time, and I also have nots necessarily seen anything that was new. You know, they're one of the big headlines out there. The last couple of days is that there is this new evidence this new never seen before. Evidence that they're going to be bringing to the table. I haven't seen it. I've been speaking on the radio, so if it's coming, come up, I haven't seen it..
" center center" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Roll through the weekend. We are 20 minutes after the top of the hour. Our phone numbers We talked a little home improvement is 800. A 238255 rebel line. Maryland welcome Gary, How are you doing today? No good. Don't go. Okay, um My next door. Neighbors had a problem last summer with skirts, squirrels running for us the power lines and then coming right up under their gutters and chewing and getting in their attic, huh? And, um so they hadn't exterminated Terminator come out, and they trapped. You know, I don't know More than you know, They got least one I don't know. And apparently, you know, try to pass set up the best they could. Now I notice. You know, they're out of town, and they had said to me before their left. They're gonna have to handle it when they come back. They're doing this again. Yeah, you know, so, um, would screw for rodents Wouldn't mouth magic help repel them? Boy. Squirrels are a different animal, though. Um, you know it may I don't know. To be honest with you. They you know the problem with squirrels is there They get their way. I mean, they Dios. I mean, just told everybody you can do this. Yeah, I could literally see a squirrel and again. I don't know if you know Mouse magic for people who don't know what it is it zest, sensual oils. Of spearmint Peppermint, which mice don't like and so they, you know, you put a pack of that in the pantry and they're not gonna go in there. You know, squirrels. I could see them picking it up and throw it outside. E mean, I could just see him doing that look really is even score skinny through a chain link fence if it wants to. Right? Yeah, I can tell you, you know, so I don't know. It certainly cost too much to tribe. But I would doubt Um, that is gonna be real effective. Um, what probably happened. And this is a part that is for everybody when you have animals in your attic. Squirrels probably being the worst raccoons too. Um, there's more to it than just trapping him in removing him. Obviously they did that. They came in, trapped removed. No, they tracked him on the roof. Well, they trapped him on the roof. They tracked him on the roof. Did they get in the house? I think they did that. Yeah, So if they got into the house, and even if they nested a little bit, right, there's gunk in that insulation. Yeah. On and they patched. You said they patched. You know, little bit where they were getting in. So my assumptions they did get in. But if they didn't really clean and sterilize that attic, right, other squirrels that's a call that safe harbor, right? Yeah. Mm. Some rats nested here before. That's where we're going to nest. Right? So anybody dealing with animal removal from their house? There's really three things you need to consider. And the first one is what everybody gets excited about removal of the animal. Um, but that's beginning because the next step is cleanup, sterilization of the areas so they don't come back or other ones don't come back. And then the third thing is to make the repair. And make sure that there's no softwood that they can dig through etcetera, etcetera. Center center, the gutter. I'm wondering, maybe their gutters or not, Well, yeah, we start today's show off. I'm always preaching about clean gutters and, you know, you know not clean ones caused leaky basements and Goes on and on but also won a gutter is clogged. It fills up to the top. And if we behind the gutter weeps up to the edge of the shingles underneath the shingles. And that that would gets, you know, soft and begins to dry rod and animals will find that I mean animals will find out every time even where there's a 90 degree corner, And they've been miter diff it tied effects been wet and dry multiple times on the corner of the house. Little Joint start separating and they get their little claws, and they're not pull it right off right off, right. Yeah, well, OK, well, I'll just I don't pass that on. And Gary, can I give a plug for one of your products? Sure. Um, I'm a big fan of odor exit and it was half first very long time ago. And it was about 20 years ago and my son move this furniture out because he was moving out. And I bought a new mattress and springs and it was a queen size and I realized I didn't have any sheets. So I thought, OK, I'll wait till they go on sale. So I did and I want to shape and I start to put him on the bed. And I'm thinking, what do I smell? And I realized the cat decided to mark on that mattress and I did. I used everything on earth that I could think of Every I used for Bree's. I used everything. And I heard you on the radio one Saturday morning, and I thought, Well, I'm gonna swing into the next hardware store and get that. What? You couldn't do that at that time he had ordered online so I came home and I ordered it. And a week later, I didn't have it. I called Marty and I said, You know, you're in Hamilton. I'm in Fairfield. I could've walked up there and I have several dogs and I use it if they have an accent or something, I throw the There is, um Cal, starring in.
" center center" Discussed on THE X & Y SHOW
"Two women standing next to each other a c one with kids. Now single of course, and I see one with kids and I see another one with no kids I'm going to go to the one with no kids. You know. I'M NOT GONNA pursue a woman with kids That's just my personal choice. Now, there's man I don't care I do and I'm Santa's impossible that I won't get with the woman with kids I'm just saying is very unlikely. I'm not going to assume because it just brings on you know is is difficult. Enough, you know between two people in making a relationship or marriage work, and you don't need other factors that complication dealing with the X.'s. the kids start disrespect you because they know your. Father you know all that bullshit the to deal with from extended families. I choose not to deal with it. Some people accused deal within and that's fine. That's their. Choice. My choice is not to deal with it. So. I'll refer to date women with no kids if just less trouble. Less chance we trouble. Now there's some Mrs where. You know there's other extended families word that the kids weren't demands of the kids weren't the mothers you know Center Center. And family. Turn out. Perfect. You know there's always exceptions to the rule. You know I'm not saying that just because you marry someone with kids, you have no chance of having to have a marriage I'm not saying. I'm seeing that want to. Take the chance. You know our? Have Kids I want to want start off just like me. I want someone that. You know when we have kids, they don't know what the fuck there either I don't want a veteran. So I don't know what is you know that so many women off I guess. You know there's a lot of women out there. That are single mothers in they don't like to be disqualified because of their kids. But..
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"Is sending a state on club Albert of the Koga News Center Center go county health officials today reporting 361 new cases of the Corona virus in the entire county. 53 of those cases are among students at San Diego State since the fall semester began August 24th. There have been 566 confirmed or probable cases among STDs, You students University announced Thursday they plan to continue mostly online learning at a next spring. The county today also reported five new covert 19 deaths, bringing the total to 730. President Trump was in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Today on this, the 19th anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks in 2001, the president praising the passengers of flight 93 that was hijacked and crashed in a field. After the passengers onboard fought back in this Pennsylvania field 40 intrepid souls of flight 93. Died as true heroes. Their momentous deeds will outlive us All. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden also visited Shanksville today, Governor Newsome today toward the area of one of the biggest fires in California, But Butte County, seven more bodies have been found in the devastation of the North Complex West Zone virus. It's called bringing the Fire's death told a 10 Cal fire ashamed Lauderdale's saying that Wild wind shifts have caused big problems by pushing the flames in multiple directions. This is a fire that is impossible.
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"And it was based on that fraudulent steel dossier, which ah has been thoroughly debunked and was debunked at the time. So the whole thing was set up in the end it and from the very beginning, beginning to get going the evidence if they just keep declassifying stuff. I'm just telling you some of the stuff that they keep thieving class play. I don't know how the Democrats that my friends across the aisle can ever ever hold their head up when you got people like Adam Schiff and Jerry Nadler, just telling thinks that whoppers out there Yeah, well, you said it's criminal. Do you think I mean Mark Meadows, your former Ah, colleague with the Freedom caucus now, the chief of staff of the president said last week on TV. He thinks indictments are coming. You want him to come and we're dying for it to happen. Do you think it's ever gonna happen? I was told last night again that they they they've got some on their way. And when I saw that seaQuest white document last night, I thought Oh, man, is this the indictment? Let me know what turned out to be just the class right back. Which is important, too. But it wasn't the indictments. So I'm opening your told they're underway. Well, they're all away. You know, I've been told that for a year now, So I'm you know, Center center later with believing in the unicorns and rainbows, right? So Ya unbelievably want that to happen, Congressman Andy Big. Thank you for your time your knowledge and pushing for the right things to happen. Appreciate it, So have a great weekend. Thank you to Garrett. Thank you. We'll continue its canister. The morning.
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"One of the the issue here is the collection agency possum on his credit report which is fine but then he's they started to call him we should listen I never went to the school or never completed my classes I need you to send me the documentation you have so the full back and forth out keep in mind we're doing some other things for him so he is a client he knows what we would tell him he's been he's been through this dance before so he said listen I need you to validate the death right I am not certain that this is mine I'm not certain that I'm obligated to pay it or what all of the charges are inotes center center goes to the whole thing so the collection agency says to him well that's fine but we need to make arrangements for a payment for you right now right you need to pay if you listen you listen to our show for any amount of time at all you understand full well that once do you say to a debt collector I want this data validated I needed validated even if there's an inkling that you think it's right I'm not telling you to scam I'm telling you to just get the information that they need to provide to you they have this and they have a collection agencies have a job to do but at the same time part of their job is to follow the rules fall the FDCPA the fair debt collection practices act and within that it states that once a consumer asks to have the debt validated the collection agency still provide within five days what's called the Dunning letter validate the debt that letter is going to go out within five days so this by the way this you know there's there's a an argument could be made that if our client didn't cancel in time they may have held seats for him and maybe there's a an opportunity for that election agency to really collect on that money maybe the debt really is in fact do he believes enough notice was given and the school told him they would refund that money right so now it's time to do get out a little bit but it doesn't comments until the collection agency actually says here's the documentation because he's in he's not going to get anything from the school at this point because they've sent it to a collection agency so there you go always ask the did that be validated always ask if the debt is being reported will be reported on the credit report in this case we know that it's in fact the case that's some of the deaths within statute for them to sue you right because you want to know whether you can be sued or not it's Katie W..
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"Markets all but froze with many any banks reluctant to sell mortgages but for cash buyers the glut of cheap property was it appealing investment opportunity and some of the biggest beneficiaries of the flesh housing market it were private investors who began buying homes in the millions. Sandy Jolly was one of the nearly ten million Americans who lost their homes between two thousand and six and twenty any fourteen. A bank foreclosed on her Los Angeles property in two thousand thirteen. We just walked around the house you know remembering how long my parents had been there how much they loved that house. How proud they were of that house? I was thinking of all the memories when the house was sold at auction. The new owners offered sandy to stay. But this time as a renter. Those letters said to me they're going to put a tendon in here in. It's either GONNA it'll be you and you're going to agree to their terms or it's going to be somebody else and we don't really care and Sandy story is all too common. A Shell Company called. Kofin Hey I five California. LLC had bought the deed for her home in an all cash transaction according to the Census Bureau after the recession almost three million homes and thirteen thirteen million apartments had been bought by similar entities like LLC's LLP's and other obscure investment vehicles now new reporting from reveal and the Center Center for investigative reporting has peeled back a layer of the corporate facade. That conceals who really owns the. US is housing stock. According to reveal these essentially anonymous owners owners decrease the number of affordable houses on the market and can spell trouble for tenants and communities and now reveal is suing the Treasury Department to get the identities of the wealthy investors festers behind these shell companies.
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"Center center let me bring you into this car day four of impeachment hearings is over it ended with a top Pentagon official testified that Ukraine knew about the hold up an ex military aid earlier than first thought Laura Cooper says email show they were asking about it in July the twenty fifth the same day president drop by this call with Ukraine's president lord Cooper testified alongside state department to David Hale he says the order to hold up the money came from the president ambassador Gordon Saunders testified this morning real the president it ordered him to pressure Ukraine into investigating Joe Biden the ACLU taking a bit apartment of homeland security to federal court the issue alleged violations of the first amendment the suit claims five journalists were track detained and interrogated by customs and border protection in twenty eighteen to nineteen all the journalists are American citizens they were covering conditions of the southern border the suit also alleges border officers pressured the journalists to give information on their sources and also searched through their photos and their notes amid misconduct allegations tied to dead sex offender Jeffrey abstain the Duke of York has resigned from all royal duty member of the royal family stepping aside from their official role due to controversy is unprecedented in the modern era since prince answers no longer working for the palace he will no longer receive public funds he does however still have access to the queen's private fines if she so chooses not to be so easy but pilgrim jussie Smollett two attorneys of filed a counterclaim against the city of Chicago they allege malicious prosecution but because their client humiliation and extreme distress the city is planning to continue it severed to recover the cost of the investigation of a small let's claims but he was the victim of a racial and homophobic attack no WGN's boards the hawks will host Tampa Bay tomorrow night Chris bones got to pre game at seven o'clock face off at seven.
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"Boyfriend answer the phone but what he says to Marcia doesn't swayed her fears it only makes her more frightened for her sister the first words out of marshes now are where is my sister yeah same and the man replies what do you mean and marches like you guys went away you know what I'm talking about and he starts to get quiet and something in his energy or his tone just chef and Marcia can feel a change and he says Patty do you mean like Patty from Honda this girl I know the school that I center center and she's like yeah that's exactly who I need and in between his stuttering and stammering he just says well I don't know what you're talking about so he's pretending like he hardly even knew her like they didn't go away together and like the war in any kind of relationship what Marcia immediately called her other sister who's in Indiana visiting with their mom and she has to be the one to tell them that something is really wrong Patty is missing and she thinks something bad has happened to work by seven PM that night Marcia has filed a missing persons report but by three AM she's doing her own detective work she called the man's wife and tells her everything tells her about the relationship that's been going on for a year about the gifts that Patty would buy for him when they travelled and the wife seem to could be completely in the dark and didn't want to believe it she caps like asking and probing like having questions and after about fifteen minutes she hands the phone over to her husband who kept asking more questions and more questions and Marshall wanted to keep him on the phone to learn as much as she could hoping he would admit to knowing where she was he never did he denied everything and in hindsight she wishes she didn't stay on the phone with them maybe wishes she never called at all because she realized they or or at least he was probing her trying to figure out what Marcia did and did not.
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"He's loud and carries his thin build with confidence game is one of with the mini former conversion therapy leaders who have left the movement and come out as LGBTQ so this isn't like a one off thing happens all the time right. It's not unusual that a lot of these people who are in the business of trying to stop gayness are they themselves actually gary and trying to suppress a truth about themselves and they're trying to you know lash out at others to threaten others in order to avoid dealing with their own issues in two thousand fourteen nine founders and leaders from some of the country's most prominent programs and ministries wrote an open letter calling for a nationwide ban on on the practice. Now that's not the solution. I don't think we need to be threatening. I don't think the solution to a bad program is more violence violets and more threats right because the threat the threat of hell is essentially a threat of violence right like it's not going to be enacted by the person threatening it so it's not the same thing thing is a real threat if i say i'm gonna kill you then. That's a that's a real threat or whatever you're taking me. Seriously going to hell is infinitely worse than in writing and killed but you can't call the cops on somebody. Who says if you do that again son. You're gonna go. You're gonna burn in hell. You can't call the cops on that 'cause is that's not actually legally a threat because the person who saying it cannot enact it right but in this case. It's still a pretty scary thing because people believe in hell. Even though it's silly man made concept that's designed to scare people into compliance they still believe in it and it's an effective tool at manipulating. I think people so many christian sects do not believe in hell. There's really don't yeah they call themselves. What do you mean he said. There's many of them. All of the jehovah's witnesses don't and several i mean i would imagine yeah. I'm there's there's several of them. Don't i mean i can't tell you all of them and what all their era beliefs are or anything like that but the witnesses standout glaringly as an organization that does not believe in hell yeah so. I don't think that the solution of banning this conversion version therapy is a good idea. There's all kinds of kooky programs within various religions around the country and many people don't agree with with the these practices remember years ago we talked about the fundamentalist church of jesus christ of latter day saints and how they like to marry it's super young ages and it's pretty weird appeared and they take the boys and they sort of shut them out or shun them and luminary off young girls to older men older guys and you know it's it's weird <hes> but it's their beliefs. It's their religion. They should be free to practice it and anybody who doesn't like it should be free to leave. Absolutely the letter was published by the national center center for lesbian rights quote as former gay or ex ex gay leaders having witnessed the incredible harm done to those who attempt to change their sexual orientation or gender identity..
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"Mediator X. center center center to help kids put him in the right direction that they may need help with so Christine his point of view is that's what these officers do on campus every single day not just protect students and staff and teachers but also help students learn to make a connection right because when else do students see police officers ever if you're a young person right you don't you don't see them other than on campus okay then there's the money side of the discussion because there are real dollars involved in and this is John Carter he was a school administrator in Indiana two thousand thirteen and he talks about the financial limitations that schools are facing now a school resource officers are great if we could long as we have to take a teacher out of a classroom to have a school resource officer will have resource officers anywhere we have some security at the high schools and that's it if we're adding resource officers you know I don't know what a good citizen is it one for school so there's twenty more staff members well I just can't help but think of like some of the issues we've had with school lockdown or you know some of school shootings even I mean and and being able to have a law enforcement officer there who can call for help quickly I mean it just seems like a bee super valuable and here are some numbers on that by the way this is from the national center for education statistics in terms of violent crimes in schools so we start in nineteen ninety three there were fifty three per one thousand and by twenty ten it dropped by nearly seventy five percent to fourteen per one thousand so went from fifty three to fourteen a drop of seventy five percent at a time of course when a lot of attention was brought to these be no school shootings we all pay a lot of attention and when we saw a lot of that many school districts reacted by hiring more resource officers so it has had an impact but if you're sitting on the Sacramento unified's district school board and you gotta find thirty five million dollars all right I mean do you cuts what do you cut sports do you cut teachers do now or do you cut the resource officer gather difficult choices that have to be made at any rate there that that and I would just brought that up because it's not just discussion being had in northern California go it goes on all over the country all the time so okay let's get out to traffic.
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"Welcome back, it is Frankie Boyer, and Robin Blakely is back with us today, creative centers center of America and Robin. It's always a pleasure. Welcome. And thank you. Many of us are dealing with in our businesses, whether you're, you know, the CEO of high profile business, or you're just self employed. I'm one of them. I mean our stress levels in this country. They are to the roof. And along without you, are, you are absolutely right. And along with that comes the fear, so, you know, how do you get around this? Well, I, I don't think that you get around here, I think that you have to face it head on. I think that it is a real problem. It's commonly overlooked a factor commonly overlooked in your ultimate success. And you have to take care of your emotions and your response to things through through your work. You have to be able to tap into what are your feelings. And you know how can you nurture your own emotional states? It's very important to recognize fear for what it is. You are, you know, obviously a Forbes your, your affords coaches, you're on the Forbes coaches council, and you work with leaders. And you work with all kinds of people. And why are we so afraid what is it that this fear is coming from? I think that one of the things that were afraid about it. They need to be perfect. You know, it's, it's about the common Sears that I see are questions that you'll ask yourself like, you know, am I good enough? You know. Well, other people like me, you know, will I look stupid saying this doing this. Well, I say the wrong thing those are the kinds of things that people are afraid about and, and in the environment that we have right now. If you do something make a mistake. It's really eight may be made fun of. Or you may have a lot of Nimes on online or you know, snarky remarks on social media. So there is a reason, you know, I it is different than Easter baby. His you are seeing things happen. You are seeing things that didn't use to happen occurring so that there is a certain reason to have these fears, but, you know, they, you have to just be able to face them and and and handle them differently than than maybe we used to. It's still the same remedy. Be clear beyond be yourself. You know, be kind the answers to it. You know, when when you're working with individuals, and, and I wanna ask you about the CEO's, primarily is it more pressure for them, because they don't want to have people see their under abilities. I think that there's more, you're right. They don't want to have people see their own abilities, and there's so much more opportunity to see them, you know, right now, they're everyone has a phone. Everyone has a recording device a video camera in their hands so that the opportunity to see Volterra builder and have it broadcast is much bigger than it ever was in the past. But, you know, people are vulnerable, and the, the thing that is hard to embrace the more open that you can be the more able to be vulnerable. It actually shows your strength. Yes, yes, I, I love that myself when I see that and you, but you also are a big fan of Winston Churchill and tell us why. Well, one of the things I mean, think about the history with Winston Churchill, one of the things that the he was working in time. That was so intense. And one of the things that are is interesting to me about him if he was painter and people don't usually remember, thinking, church painter, and he, he also is someone who suffered from depression, and he, and he was under an intense amount of pressure and his work. He used his paintings to, to kind of steady his busy mind. His mind was very, very busy. And, and when you know, his thing I liked about him is that he, he understood that people can't just say put your mind at rest? Don't think about it right now. Don't worry. He understood that a busy mind is always busy. And so what he believed was that he you could take your mind. And focus it somewhere else like painting immerse yourself in the intensity of something else. And it would allow that other part of your mind to rest while you were focused over here over, there could rest. And I think that's really important. And an incredible insight for folks today. Yeah. I love that. Absolutely. That is a great insight. Who do we find to talk to when we're going through some difficult fears who's who who do we reach out to do? We reach out to someone like you a coach business coach. I think that you, you know, from you can reach out to someone like me who's a coach. And, and, you know, set aside that time or you may have a circle of very close allies, that you can brainstorm with or collaborate with. But there does need to be in the inner circle of some type so that you have a, a moment in which you are able to be afraid or be Frank or tell what, you're, you know, facing, and it won't be put out there in the in the main moral to be picked over it needs to be someone with you that you can trust that. You can, you know, wrestle those ideas and thoughts together, and look at from both sides of the table. Yes. And how often do we get to play in nature induce fun stuff? And I think that that's also part of this. You know, we're so intense with our world in our life. Right now, when do we have that time out to just take that break and just be nature? Get lost in nature. It's, it's it's been a while. For me. I know. I mean, I think you're absolutely right. I mean, they that's where you're gonna find a little bit of peace, even if it is the nature of fountain, or, you know, some somebody of water is a good place to, to set with, you know, just to, to watch and to calm yourself into, you know, have a moment where you can meditate or take a breath. A lot of people don't have much time during the day, and needs to be on your schedule, if it needs to be right to relax and rest do it. Isn't that crazy? We have to put it in our schedule. It's, it's nuts. But it's it's what we have to do. Oh my goodness, Robyn. Thank you so much for being with us today, creative center of America. And I know that there's a website and, and give us the website in how we can find out more about you in the work, you're doing well, if you go to creative center of America dot com, that's the best way to reach me, and it's filled in the American way center is C. E N, T, E R. So it's creative center of America dot com. Awesome,.
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"Center center, shrink with anti forces on the right and environmentalists on the left got stronger in England poll, say the establishment conservative and labour parties are shrinking and the new populist Brexit party is getting stronger. Is this a sign of things to come here in the United States, we're going to talk to ABC political analyst, Alex Cussing Janos now with more on that? So do you think the president could ride this kind of global wave of populism to win reelection? So in so do a lot of academics who've done a little bit of modeling. When you look at the polls, it doesn't look so good for Donald Trump. They say Donald Trump can't possibly win in twenty twenty just like he couldn't possibly win and twenty sixteen. What's going on? Well, these academics look at the forces driving polls is the economy growing is inflation low who's the incumbent and when they looked at twelve different models. Donald Trump one in every single one of them, and it's because I think of that growing economy and the things are getting better through a lot of Americans, what happens do you suppose, Alex with the with the relationship between the United States in a number of members of the EU going forward as a result, that, that does this change the, the complexity the dimensions of their relationship at all? But what happened over the weekend with with these votes? It does make it more complex just like politics. Is getting more complex here. But in Europe over the weekend, what we saw is that the Trump like parties populist outsider parties won. They won in Italy. They went in France. They're winning all over the world in Australia in Israel in Brazil. So what's happening is that in addition to benefiting from a strong economy here, all over the world, people want the outsiders to beat the insiders, the old insider, establishment politicians people feel like you know, they've made government work for them, but not for us working class type. So he's riding that wave of outsiders. He's got a strong economy here. The only thing holding in back at home is it's personal. A lot of people think Donald Trump is good medicine that tastes bad. And that's what's keeping the polls lower than the models. Interesting. All right. ABC political analyst Alex Castellanos, thank you so much for your time. appreciate it it's coming up ten past the hour we do this every morning at ten paseo we do weather and traffic.
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"They wouldn't have any problem and keep them in the garage out side now stealing their containers. My question is about six foot tall, look very healthy. They're absolutely awesome. Should I do some pruning before I put them in the ground? And if so how much money on a new brand new tree the seven foot six foot tall. Okay. You're not gonna like this at all. Everybody wants to listen to because. They are not gonna believe me. I would put it in the ground unless you bought a variety that is intended to be in a rather large container. It's a good time to put it in the ground number two. You will probably cut the tree down to somewhere between twenty eight and thirty two inches tall. Yeah. That's drastic. Isn't it? Well, what your goal is is you're looking to build the scaffolding over the next couple of years. So that the has good strong branches support peaches. Okay. Just across the board. Not trying to thin out the middle of this point just cut it down twenty thirty two inches all over. No, you're gonna it's gonna look like you just planted a stick in the ground. Yeah. You're gonna look like you have a single whip coming out of the ground. And again, the reason for that is to get that structure started. Out of the side branches pick, the longest shoot center centers leader. Yeah. Later and cut the others. All right. I would take a minute. AM has a couple of good pictures of this and a good website about it. Make sure you're comfortable with it. But most people will think that that's an absolutely crazy thing to do. But that's how you get a good strong, peach. Okay. And yeah, they're they're. Feliciana and Sam Houston both of which have been good trees in the past. One. Ground one, actually. Placing. Okay. So yeah, that's gonna look real strange. But I can do it. If it's what I need to do. Well, and you wind up with a better harvest because the stronger the tree the more fruit can hold. You're still going to have to of course. But you're gonna start that shape that everybody sees when you look at a Peachtree looking at these trees cut it down to that. Twenty eight to thirty two actually, it's very obvious. There's only one name on each one short branch until about three feet talk. I'm gonna cut off all the top of the tree, right? Yeah. Pretty much. And and like I said take a minute to go to the site. So you can get a visual of what they're doing. But it is so disappointing at the nursery when we have people who come in and they're buying a peach tree, and they're picking out the biggest and tallest tree. They can find. And then we tell them you're going to cut that in half. Yeah. Okay. All right. I'll do it. I'll just grit my teeth and okay. Thank you very much. Yes, sir. Good luck. Yeah. Yeah. Folks. This is a excellent time. If you have those fruit trees, they can go in the ground. It is probably the most shocking thing you're gonna see with a peach and Plum, you're going to go. No. That can't be right. We're not supposed to do that. They're all wrong. Nope. You don't purchase a new tree our new peach Plum, whether it's in a container or bag tree and grabbed the biggest one because the first thing you're going to do is you're going to cut it down. And you're going to you're going to swear you're just putting a stick in the ground and trust me. That's exactly what you're going to do. You're going to get the tree to build a low three or four branch spread coming out that cutline to build that nice strong structure, we cut it that low because you can reach the fruit. I know people who have peach trees that are fifteen foot tall, and they cannot get to the fruit and the tree can't be thinned properly, and they have problems with this is how we do it. It also makes it possible for to fit in your backyard. Lot of folks, we don't have very big backyards, but we'd like to have fruit. Well, you can do that with a peach and a Plum they liked to be trimmed down to a size that works just fine in the backyard. So if you're going to a nursery, if you were purchasing one of these ask them, stop and asset staff, hey, how am I supposed to do this because they should have some really good information on it? Ben, very big economic crop in Texas for many many years, and we've researched it. Well, we've got good solid information on it and Texas AM the egg rely extensively used called the extension agent. They have the information you need to really be able to see this. And I know it will scare you. You'll be like no this can't be right? But if you do it you give your tree the best start. You will have a tree that can fully support the fruit. And you'll be amazed at how quickly it will grow into the shape you need. You're not removing year's worth growth. It'll make it up. They grow quick. They'll put all that structure back on you'll be just fine. It's just kind of nerve wracking to do that that I cut so bear with it. Folks. This is gardening naturally. You can give me a call at five point two eight three six zero five ninety we're up against our first break, and we'll be right back. We.
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"Show. Will actually the weekend was joepags joepags show Friday, if you don't have a word, you are let me know where you are. And we'll figure out why it's not there. Hundred twenty stations now, and we are grown all the time. So hopefully, we can make something happen where you are. I do appreciate either way. Even if you don't have to be Monday through Friday, I love being on the weekend with you. Let me go back to the phone lines were a lot of people want to be heard on a lot of what we're talking about today line one is Michigan and Colton high. Colton what's going on? Hey, how are you living the dream, man? What's happening? All right. I just wanted to you were talking earlier about how Trump at the state of union address. You know, if Democrats start to, you know, make a riot and try and interrupt and make disturbance how it's going to make him look bad. But the way I see it as no, no. Hold on. Hold on. I want you to finish. But it would make the Democrats look bad. Not trump. No. Of course. Yes. They would be careful to us. You know, level-headed patriotic Americans have the other happy I live in Grand Rapids. It's just a leftist. You know? Cesspool. It to them. It's gonna look good. You know, they're gonna think. Wow. He's standing up to you know, literally Hitler. They see him as Hitler. So how you know how they're going to see it as good. So I just I don't. I guess I don't know where I'm going with that. I just wanted to say, you know, I I just think it's wild that. Of course, we'll see it as as a win for Trump. Wow. They look ridiculous. But they're going to get as a win for themselves. I hear that. But they're only going to be speaking to the require see Trump got a lot of people who were either center, right or center center center left a little bit. Those people don't support the tactics of the left those people don't support the tactics of the of the media, or academia or Hollywood or big sports. So as much as they'll be applauded and Twitter will go nuts about how great it is that that they're letting Hitler, no his proper place, the rest of us who are really, you know, over the ones that elected Trump are going to say that's wrong. You can't do that. I'll give you a quick example, the Golden State Warriors have won the championship in the NBA. The last couple of years. They refused to go to the White House. The first year they were invited the second year. They said they wouldn't go and Trump disinvited them recently just this past week they went and they visited with former President Obama at his house in Washington. Now, there are people on social media and in the left, and and who hate Trump that loved that. They think that was amazing. How wonderful is that? Whereas people like you and. Me say this guy is the president of the United States. It doesn't matter if you agree with his policies or his politics when you get invited to the people's house you go. I've been invited to the White House twice by President Trump, and I've been honored to go. Obama never invited me had he invited me as much as I disagreed with his policies and as much as I think he did a really bad job in the office. I would have been there with bells on because that's appropriate. So I don't think that you take normal Americans, and you change their opinion to agree with the radical left because the radical left likes what they're doing. I think that normal people like you and me, we'll still see it as disrespectful, and I think that AT him Chuck Schumer will look stupid, of course. Yeah. And it's an accent. And I absolutely..