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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:09 min | 10 months ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Bad language, even physical violence. That local health care workers are experiencing from angry people. Christa Hyson with the Health Collaborative and Cincinnati was asked by a hospital emergency manager To issue a public statement about showing a little kindness. We're just asking just across the region for some kindness and grace, because everyone no matter where you work deserves a safe workplace. Icing on the Scots Sloan Show gives the example of an angry reaction when a Health care worker asked somebody to put on a mask. Hamilton County Health Commissioner expected to have an update this hour on local covid numbers. Governor DeWine expected to have a covid update later this afternoon may let us know whether the state of Ohio is going to Souda stop the president's mask mandate for a larger businesses more details this afternoon on the decision by Cincinnati public schools to mandate vaccinations. We have to do everything we can to keep our kids in school. We know what happens when they're not school Board Vice President Ryan Messer explaining why Cincinnati schools are now requiring all staff members to get vaccinated for Covid 19. Just like other vaccine mandates, there will be up doubts for medical And religious reasons, So I think there will be some probably it's CPS who might make that choice. But the one caveat we gave is that if someone just decides they don't want to vaccine, then they will submit to us every seven days. A negative test. At this point. The mandate only applies to staff, but the board will discuss requiring shots for students as well. Later this month. Rick you Chino, NewsRadio 700 wlw. Let's get to the roads now the latest traffic and weather together Here's Rob from the UC Health Traffic Center. The pelvic Health Center at UC Health is the region's only health center staff by fellowship trained euro gynecologist from both gynecology and urology. Nothing going on on the interstates. Everything looks to be in good shape. 71 75.

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:41 min | 11 months ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Has to walk, you know, X number of distance. To get to a stop. Those are the specifics that we need the parents to utilize. Uh, you know the district to work with Metro to make some adjustments because there will be tweaks. We have 36,000 kids. You know, there's there's 36,000 kids that we're trying to get from here to there. There are going to be someone off and so we need the specifics because I know that the team inside it's literally taking these One off and working with to see what can be done. And if nothing's been done, I think they're actually creating some creative solutions to make sure that we mitigate Um Kennedy's long distances. Kids gonna have to go get on buses, et cetera. Ryan Messer is the vice president. CPS board Joining me this morning on 700 wlw Scott's launcher talking about where we stand right now. 2.5 days into The new school busing year, and it was a huge problem with the initiation because it kind of came out of nowhere. Three weeks before school started, and they came up the new busing plan, which was kind of a shock to everybody. The question now is okay. How's it operating? And are we able to tweak these things as we go, um, Walnut Hills? Maybe the one outlier here with that, and it seems like every time there's an issue, it's always Walnut Hills. Whether it's transportation or school. Whatever Walnut Hills is Kind of like its own thing, I guess. Um, but I looked at to someone I write. I'm waiting for the sky to fall. Um, there was a local TV station. I can't remember which one it was. So I apologize. But they followed one senior around her a young lady around and she was two hours 17 minutes late to the first day of classes, largely because she didn't know there were two number 11 routes, which I don't know how you can't come up with a different number. Then she took the wrong 11 bus. Apparently, there's 2 11 buses. She took the wrong 11. And ended up on the other side of town. Uh, unfortunately, that wasn't like a second grader. That was someone a little bit older, but those are rather hectic day. Once those things are kind of explain, and you know the route. This thing should go pretty easily, shouldn't it? Yeah. You know, I think there are some people no question that are for one reason or another. Not comfortable with their kids writing the public routes. Now that's something frankly, I you know, none of us can really deal with. Um I think it's very unfortunate that there have been some folks who were kind of against this plan who decided to utilize People on metro by calling them sexual predators or child, Lester's or whatever to fuel their interests of why we've got to, you know, fight the machine and fight the man. For these routes. Public transportation people are everyday people. Um, they're trying to get from here to there by choice. Uh, by necessity. And, you know, I think it's very unfortunate that through this, we started to categorize a group of people who don't deserve it. But there are parents who rightfully so may have concerns. A couple of other nuances to the whole scenario, as I've dug in A We've learned, or I learned that the Federal Transportation Administration is notified Metro And reaffirmed that it is against the law to do special routes where the public are not allowed on. For transportation. That is a very important key to this. And that is one that I don't know has gotten out to the masses. So there's there's one issue. Well, let's let's set that again. That sounds like a big one to me. So what you're saying is is that the state law says that kids and adults really can't mix when they're right in the school. No, no, no. No, it's it's that that it is against the law. Allegedly. This is what I was told by the Federal Transportation Administration that you can't just do special routes of a public transportation system for a Segment of the population. So for the schools like it's against the law to have these special routes, so that's why at least I was told Every other urban district across the state is doing the same plan that we have right now. Um, there's also not a state requirement that we provide transportation to high school kids. Now CPS has done that. And I learned that historically. Lot of that was done to help make sure we could get kids to school. Yeah, for a variety of reasons, which is a good thing, but we're not getting lots of increments, incremental money for high school transportation. Because it's simply not a requirement, So I think there's a whole lot frankly that I've learned since that moment, I learned that these routes are changing. Where I was very frustrated, and probably not the least of which One of the things that made me feel a lot better was actually sitting down with metro and sort of and barrel Haley, who had never met before the CEO of Metro I, truly I left. That meeting came home, told my husband. I truly believe that that man cares as much about our kids as we do. And I also saw him saying we will do whatever it takes to help make this a success. And he also very, very frankly said there is a real driver shortage. We cannot come up with these extra 100 drivers and That made sense to me because no matter where I go in the world today, everybody for some reason is dealing with shortages. Yeah, well, we have labor shortages all over. I don't know why bus drivers would be be any different. I understand. I appreciate that, too. I You know, I've been found the story since the jump. Ryan and I had not heard that might make sense to me. But I heard it's kind of like after the fact and I thought, Well, is that them? Just trying to look for an excuse as to why we can't add the routes, but.

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"37 year old man who was shot in the back. It's the second time this year There's been a shooting there in February. Dave and Buster's closed early because of fights that involved groups of teens, and that led to shots being fired outside. Right now, police in Laughlin continue to investigate shooting that happened at Mulberry in North Wayne. No additional details. Yet in Brown County police are investigating the discovery of a body that was dumped in Fayetteville victim, A woman who police think was left off Evans Road after a murder and Claremont Kelly We're waiting for additional information on that case as well. Longtime trash collector in Brown County dead after he was struck by a van on his route yesterday, 68 year old Harold Bowman won's Bowman's waste was out of his truck on US. 62 collecting trash when he was hit by a woman who swerved to miss running into the back of the garbage truck hit him instead. His company says Haven't gained an angel as Bowman lost his life doing one in love statement as if anyone wants to donate to help the family with funeral expenses. They're setting up a go fund me page in his name. When school starts back up this fall in Cincinnati, the district is not going to require teachers to get vaccinated. Cincinnati Public School board Monday night had a discussion about a mandate that would require employees to be vaccinated against Covid 19 before they return to the classroom this fall. In the end, the proposal was sent back to the policy committee and the school board plans to revisit the issue later this summer. Board member Mike Borovsky joining any Iraqi earlier in the day before that meeting new, not everyone would be on board with it. I understand the reservations with a mandate, whether it's personal, religious in nature, personal choice health choice, etcetera or just it is the fact that we just lived through this super traumatic year. Labor unions were not receptive to the mandate, but more Rosky said some were open to creating incentives to increase vaccinations. I'm Sean Gallagher NewsRadio 700 WLW board member, Ryan Messer. We'll talk about the vaccine mandate. With our Scott Sloan coming up at 906 this morning new signs marking a crosswalk near the zoo. Would Finerman are going up today? The spots where a seven year old girl was struck and killed by a car back in March, said he's going to name the high visibility crossing for Cherie's Lattimore, the child who died Babysitting the child at the time, has been charged with involuntary manslaughter for leaving the child unattended across the room raise right fielder Nick Castellanos continue to make this case for being the National League starter in the outfield. He had a career high seven R B I's last night, leading the Reds over the Phillies for those runs came with one shot The left field one from police line drive left center Field. Herrera on the run ain't gonna get it. Nobody's going to give.

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Good. A real quick back to the Jack Brennan thing. Um, it is, as I said, you know, with Ryan, Mr such a weird story, So here's a guy I don't know, Jack. I know people. No New Jack. When you worked on the Jack was a long time, long time. Long time PR guy for the Bengals. And retired. Just I think a year a couple years ago and came out and said, Look, I have been a cross dresser my entire life. I like to wear women's clothes. I will go out sometimes to clubs and wear women's clothes, and he's been astonished that on all those years of doing it, he's never been caught. His wife is fine with it. She realizes, for whatever reason. That's how her husband is wired. It does. He's straight, but he likes to wear women's clothes. Which is kind of funny. I mean, is there still were not quite to the point that we go? Yeah, He wears women's clothes. No big deal. People look at it. Go. Wait. What? Where Women's and I think it's It's a fascinating thing, because There's times I look at what my especially the summer women wear a nice dress. You know you're going somewhere Nice. You gotta wear long pants and jacket and she gets to wear skirts like that. The kill thing looks pretty good. But, um, I digress anyway, that, you know, cross dressing or versus a drag queen versus someone who's transgender driving straight. People have a lot of questions, and that's fine. We should I. You know what? What? What's frightening about it in this society, which we live is just by bringing up the issue sometimes. You almost feel like, well, I'm afraid to use that word. I'm afraid to ask a question because there may be some backlash from people who think that I'm attacking them or question the lifestyle. Whatever it might be, Um, listen, I I've been around long enough. I realized I don't care. I just I don't care a Zilong as it doesn't interfere What I'm doing. We're good. I think a legitimate question when it comes to people who are transgendered and transitioning while there's a couple there And number one is I would say I would question those who are doing it before the age of 18 before they fully gone through puberty. There are young people said. Now this is why I was born. And you know, by the time they're pre progressively pew pew best and even they're talking about having reassignment surgery. I think that's a mistake. Because your body is not fully developed. And you do you don't know. I mean, you can know, but you don't know. Should you be doing that when you're not fully developed it, I don't know. So that's a question I would have anything. Another one is legitimately that the bathroom is much because I would have no idea if I went to the bathroom in the men's room. And there's someone in there who is an update of the opposite sex. I have no idea what you're in there using the bathroom who cares? Locker room, especially in a girl's environment. I've seen what recent stories here are boys. You know, high school gymnasium locker room something along those lines. Yeah, that That certainly is a different kind of question there, Because now you're interacting with other people. In different stages of undress and ready in an age in the place. It's extremely awkward. I mean, you remember all how awkward it was going to gym class. On getting naked in front of people who the same sex is you So I think there's I think that's a legitimate question or beef, right is like, Well, what about locker room? Now? The minute you bring that up? Of course, I think there's some in the community that would label you was Transphobic. Right? No, that's not that at all. It's just like Okay, Give me a hot. Give me a hot minute to adjust. This is a new thing. You know, is an American first and foremost, I'm glad that you could live in a country where you wouldn't be killed for that. You know you can live what they call your best life. I suppose it doesn't interfere with mine. But the locker room question is legitimate because it does or interferes the life of my kids. We have to figure that one out together. If there isn't even common ground, you could find them. But everything else was like Ryan Messer. I don't care that I'm glad he's he's happy with who he loves. Another consenting adult. The Jack Brennan thing I think is really interesting, too, because I think that's one of the areas we don't know that you know. You kind of joke about like, you know, Corporal Klinger of Remember Mash. Um It's always been kind of foot down a joke, and I'm sure Jack's pretty Open about it in a sense and joking about it, because it's kind of funny thing. It's like a peach peculiarity, right? Um But you know from those I don't know, Jack. But I know enough people who better on the Bangles and like, say, it's an awesome guy. So you know if that's good enough for me. On day. I'm also glad we live in an era now where you can actually talk about this this stuff, But it certainly is a weird story, right? And I'm sure jacket very probably say the same thing. Anyway. Um, and this story caught traction. I think just because that And I think the most amazing thing was most pure. Like, well what we talk about this? Who cares? That's that's That's great, right? Because I mean, honestly, he was worried about losing his job and to his credit, Mr Brown when nurses after you're tired, went in and said, Hey, listen, just so you know, I'm writing a book, and I like to wear women's clothes, and from what I understand the conversations. Mike Brown was like You know what? That's fine. I don't care. Good for you. He was really, really, really kind to Jack Brennan, which is an awesome thing that for him, and that's harder to do. Especially when you're older. These things all right, we got a time out and coming up in just a few minutes here at the 10 06 on 700 wlw. The P G Sittenfeld cases just gotten a lot weird. If that was weird last week, you got little bit weirder this week. With the P G Sittenfeld accusing a black man of being racist. Yeah, and Penny Bazaar, baby, I don't know what is I really, really don't I'm watching last night coverage of the snow. And I was just I was curious to see you know the climate terrorist? Of course, we're gonna all worked up about it. But just watching the local coverage of snow yesterday is and we it's become now we've gone from weather porn. Really? To traffic porn. Have you noticed that That if you watch the local news, I do just I don't really watch national news. I don't watch cable news. I don't watch the broadcast news, essentially because it's just I'd rather read about it in look a different sources online than watch somebody reading it to be, But locally, you can't get that in or else but local TV, which is good. I'm plugged into it. Um But But every time I was snow event like we did yesterday, and the roads were especially bad it hit at the worst possible time. There's no doubt It was wall to wall coverage. Now we're doing this thing where it used to be. Weather porn, and now we're It's traffic porn. If you notice this Every news station has people driving around in cars. With mobile video showing you how bad the roadways are. And I don't know what the premise of that is gonna.

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:53 min | 1 year ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cutting in the Great American and Melanie Bates has been on the school board in Cincinnati for about 20 years. She knows where the bodies are buried all over town. He also served on the state Board of Education cares deeply about education, especially about CPS and Melanie Bates and fellow Xavier graduate. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show. Melanie How you doing? I'm doing great. How are you doing, Belle? I'm frozen. It's cold. But nonetheless, right now, as we sit here this afternoon, Can you tell the American people the status of education at CPS in person or remote? And and then we'll talk about the vaccination program. But as we sit in this afternoon, what's happening at CPS? Right now. We are still in remote learning District wide on February 1st. We are beginning our phase in of a blended learning model, which means that Children will be in school. Two days on in person two days in remote and one day off one day for planning and sanitation That will be a safety in between February 1st and March the first and then is the goal to stay more less hybrid through the end of the school year into May. Is that the plan based upon whatever else happens. The goal is to move into four day week school now are preschoolers will begin at four days. A week on day kindergarten through 12 will be two days a week. In school and then two days remote, But the goal is to go. We're talking four days with a day in between four for cleaning. Can you relate to the American people? The idea that many Catholic appropriate schools and other public school district in the Hamilton County area and outside Hammond County have been able to see themselves through Without being simply a hybrid model or simply being remote. Many urges open completely, and they have gymnasiums that have been converted to lunch rooms. They have screens up. They have glass. They have mask wearing requirements, etcetera. How come CPS is not performed as far as in person learning as much as the other public school districts, much less the Catholic ones? Well, our issue as of November What staffing we did not have. Because of the quarantines and the positives of covert in our with our staff. We did not have enough people enough. License teachers to man the buildings and that's why we went remote. It was staffing, not safety. Since then, the quarantines have been relaxed, according to CDC guidelines. Student research. We have an all out campaign to recruit subs. I'm not I'm not sure what's going on in the public and the other public and private schools that they have an ample supply of subs because I'm sure they're seeing quarantines and cove. It's like we are, but they may be better prepared. They may have a different method of staffing, so I can't speak to that. But for us, it was It was staffing that put us back in remote in November. You know, W Kerry. See TV did a story And it's on their website about the number of bad results from Children, especially in an urban environments that are not in school. The Las Vegas Clark County superintendent has demanded the kids come back to school beginning this coming Monday because they've had 13 suicides. That the drug use the causes. Suicide hotlines are kind of off the charts as far as kids not being able to do well, if you're a 1st 2nd or third or fourth grader is going to take you a long time to get up to snuff because you've been out of school many times almost a year. And the environment many times you live in is not the best conducive to learning anyway. And so on the school board. Do you have discussions with Ryan, Messer and Murat Ski and others about? We have to weigh the impact on the Children by shutting down and also the impact by keeping open that somehow. More weights given to the teachers and administrative staff. But the students themselves are like dying on the vine. Wkrc TV did the story that was said Look, what's happening to Children who are left in their environment, much less the fact moms and dads can't go to work. And they run the streets. Whatever it might be when you have your meetings at CPS Lauren Mitchell etcetera, the superintendent, How much weight is given T the negative consequences of not being in school. Well, that's a constant discussion and is that that's a huge concern of mine. Personally, I mean it Z very unfair to our students to not have the same level of availability of education as other kids, Theo and we know abuse cases erupt. I'm not sure of the suicide ideations in our district. I just don't have that number. Way had the highest number of homicides in this city and 2020. I mean, wear Lachlan. We had a 15 year old murdered yesterday. It, Zaveri said. What's going on with our students? Uh, that that are, you know that. Are suffering because because of this whole situation, so yes, it Z something of concern to us. It's a matter of equity and I am 100% behind a safe return to school. And I do have a sense. This is going to be a assuming we resolve this thing in the next six months. Most say that by the summer time everyone who wants to be vaccinated will be vaccinated. School starts again The end of August 1st of September. Do you have some sense? How far behind the 36,000 Children are gonna be compared to school districts like Beechwood or Are Lakota or Mason or Madeira Deer Park. How far behind educationally those kids are gonna be? It's really kind of hard to say, because you know, we I don't have the numbers on how many kids are actually logging in and harmony on not I know that it's that it's declining. I know that for sure. Uh, our teachers are trained to bring students. You know, to bridge the gap. But we've not been through this before, so we really don't know how long it's going to take. I know that there's already discussions about extending the school year. All right, four students so they can go and we always do have school almost through July, the fourth but making that more extensive so kids can continue and try to catch up. Really, Since we haven't been through this, It's really hard to say by the it definitely is a matter of equity. I kind of look at this Melanie Bates and everywhere I look, I see anger and broken. The economy has broken the governor. Yesterday said Okay, we're gonna have the 11 o'clock and we're going to stay open toe 11 o'clock now supposed to 10 o'clock, Ah lot of men and women can't find work that the economy is in a very tough position. I look around and you have the right wingers invading the capital. Then I have the left wingers breaking out Starbucks Windows and Portland, Chicago and Seattle and Denver. There's this anger everywhere, cops or anger. We had 92 murders in the city 500 people shot and and by the way, we have a higher homicide rate in the city, Cincinnati, then in the city of Chicago. I had on a a guest. The other Sunday night that talked about ran the numbers. Chicago's about seven times larger than Cincinnati and Cincinnati has more homicides and more shootings in the city of Chicago. And everywhere I look, I see nothing but Oh, my gosh, Look at that. There's nobody happy Trump was in office. Everybody was really pissed off at him. And now Biden's in office is hard to get mad at because it seems to me like a nice old guy, but his policies anger a bunch of people. There's a bunch of energy workers being laid off, and we're making $110,000 a year. Now they're going toe lineup for government benefits everywhere I look, there's problems in education. If you're in the suburbs has problems. If you're in the city, there's problems. There's teachers I just had on shot. Sergeant Dan Hell, CPD. He talked about the fact that cops cannot get vaccinations. They're not prioritized at all. And Richard K. Jones on sheriff, he said. Our guys have nothing. In fact, Now I'm told by Joe Deters and others that there's no trials in Hamilton County until March or April. So we have people being arrested for crimes being committed victims cases are not being heard. And everywhere I look, I see problems and then in your world, which is the city of Cincinnati. It cost I don't know 17 $18,000 per academic year to educate a child. The school. But but budgets over a half a billion dollars 35,000 kids, largely not in school, and did you sense these are difficult times. These are terribly difficult times You just laid it out..

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:03 min | 1 year ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"From The student. And my daughter was very, very apprehensive about, uh, opening that message. Really remember, tremendous mansion. She opened it up and this young person I just said Look, I'm really upset about what your dad said. But we know you and who you are in the way you treat people doesn't matter who they are in the school with kindness and respect plans, and so you know, no matter what, you're still my friend and I put the question. What would you ask you if you were you on Twitter? Greg put this that Scott Sloan and I guess it's going back to your apology, which, you know. Ah, lot of people took maybe the wrong way. I get it because it's something that's scripted your deer in headlights at that moment, and you looked like every minute of it when you came back onto that second game and said, Hey, listen, I screwed up. I'm gonna I'm gonna step aside here. I think some long lines, he said. That's not who I am and Greg wrote this post its on my Twitter feed. He said he wasn't aware how hurtful the word was. Can you clarify that you could do it on the radio? You could do it, you know, playing pick up basketball. Whatever it is, is that an artifact from that area, which I'm glad to say that laughter learning the history the words Why would never use those words because of the hurt they're associated with, but Is an artifact of those times explain. I think it is, and it's not making an excuse for it in any form or fashion, because I mean, look at the end of the day. I know better than that's not a word I should be using. But I think you're exactly right. I you know, I would dare to say, and I look, I'm not gonna throw a blanket over. Every guy in their mid fifties out there, But there's probably a better than average chance that that word is then used in their presence if they haven't used it themselves. At some point in time, and you know, I say all the time I had a really good friend of my grandfather's, and I used to live with them every summer when I was growing up his kid. This guy used to what used to use the N word all the time. And, um And I can tell you from being around this guy all the time that there was not a racist bone in his body. The things he did in his actions spoke louder than words because the things he did Employed and worked with and helped and did for so many African American people. I mean every day of his life, but I think it was just a word. Well, you know. The word I used, Um Some people might say. Well, how in the world do you not know what that word means? Well. You know, I think once you exposure self, to what that word really means to people who are gay. I would venture to say that there are a lot of people out there that could point a finger and say, also terrible word. I could use the word. It might not know the root of the word or might not know the pain of the word on that's been the amazing part for me on the growth, I hope And prayed. Um, where I know that now, you know, I say all the time. You know, Sonny, you're telling people who you know criticized. You know my apology on the air and and look Um, I've never understood And I don't see it because it happened to me. I have never understood people being critical about someone saying they're sorry. I mean, there has to be something to be said for just saying You're sorry. And you were wrong. Okay, Now, what do you do next? I mean, you keep on doing and saying what you were saying. Like you know, is Ryan Messer said to me, he said, Look, here's the deal. You're gonna have the fringe on both sides. That you're never, ever ever going to make happy. It's never gonna be enough. You're going to get on one end people saying why in the world is this guy going out there to be an ally of the LGBT community, and some of them will say their faith doesn't allow that kind of thing. And look, I get it. They're gonna be people on the other end. Let's say all, no matter what this guy does. He's a homophobe. He's a bad guy, and I'm never gonna forget. Well, you know, I mean, I would God bless them, too, because you're gonna have apologists. And of course, you're going to have deniers on bits it it Z think emblematic. Tommy is what you're saying, is it? Look at it. Look, look at politics. For example. You have the extremes on both sides. Most of us there somewhere in the middle on Gluck. It Look at the other sides of like a dumpster fire, And I think that's the case. You're never gonna make those people who aren't your allies, your allies and the people who see this is no big deal, and it's overblown. And they these people need to quote unquote. Get over it. You know, you see the hurt you caused, so they've never walked in your shoes in that regard. I I totally get 100% what you're saying. But you know, it gets back to pleasing yourself..

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:30 min | 1 year ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"A Mac honey, Don't you remember WLW? So back in August, a hot mic picked up a conversation on Fox Force Ohio in the booth there with Thom Brennaman, using a a gay slur that went out over the airwaves right before the top of the seventh inning in the first game of a double double header at Kansas City. So Fox pulled him off the baseball games as well as the NFL Games this season, and a month later, he resigned his Reds play by play, Man and And just like that, for the first time in my life, and probably yours, there's no one named Brennaman calling Reds games. And Tom is a much different person now. Then he was And as you can imagine, for various reasons and sitting down to talk to us here at the Big One for the first time since Tom Good Morning. Good morning. How you doing today? I'm good man. What was thanks for giving, like the Brennaman household was great. We just saw one of the family and there's a lot to be thankful for. I know that you know, for a lot of people 2000 and 20, including me has not been the best of years. But when you When you take three or four steps back and look at all the blessings and gifts you've been given in your life, there's still a lot to be thankful. Born a lot to look forward to. I hope everybody else had a great Thanksgiving, too, by the way on, and I'm sure there's more introspection this year than most not just because of covert, but because of what happened with you and your career and Ah lot of things being up in the air right now. Well, yeah, I mean, this. This particular weekend was pretty tough because the NFL crew that I've been working on for many, many years my my partner, Chris Spielman and our producer and our director and all the guys that work in the truck and the guys and gals that are on the crew, especially the camera crew. I think that's I went down to see him at the hotel. They did the Bengals Giants game yesterday and I went down to see them on Saturday. And you know, it's one thing to talk to him, which I have regularly and it's. It's an entirely different thing to actually see them and being at work environment. I didn't go to the stadium but to see him at the hotel and the way you do your routine every single week week after week through an NFL season, and it was I think it was the first time since all of this happened where it really hit me between the eyes of the things that I'm missing, But more importantly, the people that I'm missing in my job, my old job. Yeah, because they moved on. And obviously you're stuck in that one moment in time. Which which? Since then, How many times have you played that moment? Over and over and over in your head? Not one time. Um, Obviously, I wish it wouldn't have happened. I'm ashamed that it did happen. I'm embarrassed. I'm embarrassed. A lot of people. I embarrassed. My family hurt my wife. I heard my kids. Obviously I heard my career but You know, Um, uh, that that's further down the totem pole. Then then, you know, hurting your family and embarrassing them. And I have two kids in high school here that, uh, you know, have to have to deal with all that. You know when they do go go to Google their dad if they ever do. But if they do You know, I'm a homophobe. And and I'm not a homophobe on I know there. A lot of people will say what you use that word. So that makes you a homophobe. And for those people like I get it, I understand. But since Anna, you know I've tried Tonto be around and have been around and listen and to learn and to grow from other people and Realize the magnitude of the word that I used and so Um, you know, you really have two choices. Loaning you crawl into a hole. On just hope everything goes away and disappears. That's one route on the other route is is to try Tonto get better. And if there is such a thing is trying to right a wrong and I don't know if there is enough that's for others to decide. It's not for me to decide. Um, that's what I'm trying to do. Yeah, I think it's interesting because there's there's been a lot of scandals over the last few years for various reasons. Sexual in nature. Yours is a slur nothing along those lines. But, you know, you think of some people first brought to Matt Lauer comes to mind right and what he went through. And you just wonder if people like that I have no knowledge if he does or not, But if you decide to do that, to just simply be anonymous, too. You know, cash it in and say, Hey, you know what? I can't fix anything. I'm just gonna go on the whole issue said or doing what you did takes takes a tremendous amount of courage. There's no doubt about it the situation you 100% put yourself in, but I think the way you embraced it. How is that going over with the LGBT community when, when the When The word first came out. What was the reaction there? And now that you're working and trying to repair that remedy that what's the reaction? Well, obviously when I said it, I mean there was incredible negative reaction is to what I said. And people out there literally from coast to coast, and I think a lot of that obviously has to do with my work on Fox. Um, you know whether it was people who writers especially, um, about a lot of other people who, uh a were hurt be were offended. On all accurate 100% true I have found since then. And you know Ryan Messer here in town, Evan Millward over Channel nine. Chris Seelbach. Jake package, and there are many, many others Rick Worth over the Children's home in northern Kentucky, where they work with very high number of gay kids or transgender Children who have been literally thrown out of their homes. Because they're gay or trans, you know, they have been just incredible. Um And I know sometimes we use those words and And they're used to often, but Support and the Great. On the willingness To forgive. Has just been amazing. And you know, Ryan shared with me when this whole thing started. He had me over to his house. He and his husband and their Children and We had about nine or 10. Other leaders in the LGBT community out on his front porch back when the weather was still pretty good when this whole thing started Look, it wasn't an easy It wasn't an easy time I was here about 2 2.5 hours. Most of the people Were extremely supportive on at least we're glad that I was making an effort and I'm not here patting myself on the back in any form or fashion. It was what I needed to do. In what needed to be done..

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:15 min | 1 year ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Taylor settles. State for 12 million million. Benjamin Crump says Not enough, The money doesn't matter. The way either the money matters or is not enough of the other 12 million and God blesses. You should not have been now died. It was a mistake. A horrible When cops make mistake, bad things happen. You and I make a mistake at the dump button Got that is your parking lighting pleasures Amore factoids about Hamilton County. We you have Ryan Messer coming on. Who, by the way, is well intended had him on a couple of times. He's a good man, and it doesn't think right, but but you know, his mind's not right. But Ryan Messer is a good man. Tell the American people the actual facts about Hamilton County in which CPS is located. Just on that's going to be the big question him is what data Is determining the fact that the school is closed and all that, but not the school union president. Not nothing Teachers know in the sea. This is in Hamilton County. There's been zero deaths under 19. How many zero from actually 29 under. There's been one Between 30 and 39 4 between 40 and 49 9 anyway Long story short 32 deaths under the age of 60 and Hammond County, 32 out of what turned 116,000 people and I would imagine the majority of the 32 total deaths have been involved sadly individuals with underlying conditions but as far as teachers being at risk Teacher's going to Costco. Teachers in line teacher's going toe may season Kroger. They're out there all the time. And Mike Murat ski use another good man, But he's not. He's not thinking, right. He's out there every day running around. No mask on to go on is what God blessing. My keep walking, but everyone shopping everyone's outside and all of a sudden. None under the age of 19. So everybody in CPS is covered zero under the age of 30. It's how many, Um one One in Harlan County, shut down the schools and CPS is a small part of Hamilton County. If there's 35,000 students, 1/10 say, 45,000 total people that's 45,000 and 800 some 1000. So there's none, but we have to act as if there is right. Well, and look, that was a very, very long meeting last night. Apparently I 4.5 hours, Detective checked out, but it was a lie. You couldn't watch it. And then Ryan so we'll get him on to tell him what Him tell us what exactly happened what they determine what's the next steps in and all that and again try to hammer down? What exactly is the cause for the determining factors of keeping school closed and Sports. Sadly, there have been a lot of kids unfortunately killed in crosswalks, many more than covert 19 schools on shutdown nonetheless, and the kids are living their lives. You're playing games run around on their devices next door. That's the thing and, you know, I've talked about that for months. If you shut down a score, you shut down athletic program. It's not like People are going to go home and sit in the rooms for next six months and not interact with people. They're going to go out and oftentimes much more quote unquote dangerous situations than being in a schoolroom or being on f one much more. And so if you're in a college, even Miami's got, like 1200 positive test. How money to the hospital? The answer is zero idea this that was at last week where the guy Andrew Bosom was his name, but I think from Brown University looked at 29 different college campuses. In Seoul 26,000 positive Test results from students, students and there were zero hospitalizations have not dead. Six hospitalization. Hospitalizations 26,000 men would say they are you seeing you, you see act as if If you get it 20 for your 20 or 14 days you're out of here. Go home, Go home. That's the worst place ago. Absolutely, but around other people that much less deaths and but we're acting as if We carry these news conferences, a Ziff, It's breaking news one. We're over that now, according to CNN. This has been in the community since December of last year. So we have a pretty good history were like 10 months down the road. No deaths in Hamilton County under the age of 19 and like Under the age of 31, it's reacting is asked Ryan Messer, that Quincy coming on 3 30 o'clock three o'clock. Ask him. Where's the data? You've got the bubonic plague me explain it. To me. The answer is the real lands as come to really question the teachers union president was the last person last night behind her head was a sign that says Teacher's on strike. She put that there To communicate the idea. You will do what we tell you to do otherwise, we're not going to work. That's one hell of a message. We're not essential. We don't matter. We don't want to go to work. We want to do it remote. Which means stupid, irrelevant and one of the test results After six months of remote learning, do you think Not existent, but they don't have the testing now to prove it. So why spend a half a billion dollars a year for CPS with these results are showing up and we spent like, six years ago, we spend a billion dollars building brand new schools that are on unoccupied trying to keep my powder John. Here here, get pissed off to Sydney. Come on, man. 3 30, we have Ah! Disposal in from Little Miami coming on to talk about the suspension. The kids now that has since been rescinded, and I do not have to go in the media fallout that Bobby details of that of wood. But how come little Miami Figured it out five days a week. You're in school. What? The Panthers of Little Miami. There's a few parents who said You know what? Okay, don't but it's functioning. All the Catholic schools, state acts of 16 1800 kids, I think they have a handful there are saying Don't police! Stay home fun and so 95% So get 1500. Students at say, next high school the second best football factory on North Bend Road. Correct two out of three of the G C. L got the mold I love say next former employees is a mother of player. Guess what? I'm so we shouldn't talk about that. But how many hospitalizations have happened out, say next? How much is going on? Zero, and so why act as if this is a serious problem when it isn't? What's the purpose? The answer is well, The teachers might go on strike. They won't endorse me the next time I'm running for a job that carries no income. Ryan Messer, Mike McCroskey. They get paid nothing to do this. Why they doing? That's a tough job. They have to get sank Your question. You get the teachers saying we're not reporting Got large numbers of loud mouth parents showing up saying We're not coming. We're not coming. Okay, so one Don't come like I said you gave the kids that do come. I mean, you know, I've been on the same page is Little Myanmar, the home of the Panthers Panthers. They played their part. Dear Park is doing pretty good in football here. They they beat Finney Town, Taylor to write to tell them apart. You know you were here when I called Jay Phillips.

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Coming in the Great American. Let's you and I get after it because we need to have direct citizen involvement in issues so that the policy makers tend to make more wise decisions. You just heard from Larry Householder, the speaker of the House. I reluctantly call him the Nancy Pelosi of Ohio because He's just far away from Nancy Pelosi, politically as you can get. Larry Householder is a small town guy from cash, shocked and for God's sakes, they CPS inside public schools. Voted last night 4 to 3 to implement a blended learning planned for the fall in which half the students will attend in person classes two days per week. The other half for three then they switch So it might be Monday and Wednesday, then Tuesday, Thursday Friday than vice versa. And this runs contrary to most of the expert opinion being expressed by those, especially the American Academy of Pediatricians, board members Mike Marassi. He's going to be on with Eddie at four o'clock today. Ben lending Carolyn Jones and Pamela Bauer's voted in favor of the blended learning Melanie Basie, Bolton and Ryan Messer showed some wisdom and voted no. There's about 36,000 students and learning is its take. And I have a fear that when CPS does something around the region with the largest school district, 36,000 students If you're in Madeira, or independence or foul, meth or Batesville. Maybe you should speak to your board of education and a superintendent's about what their plans are, Lindy said. About 2/3 of CPS students are black. Group disproportionately affected by covert 19 so emphasized the need for distance singing to keep the kids safe..

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Instruction on days when they're not in school Vice President Ryan Messer. We are expecting details from the superintendent in the coming weeks as to how the plan will be implemented. I'm Jack Crumley News Radio 700 wlw Declaring racism a public health crisis in Hamilton County County Commissioner Victoria Park will be introducing a resolution today that will do just that. And she's asking for support from our colleagues. Park says that black Americans are facing two pandemics right now Corona virus and racism. She wants the county to address structural racism with the same effort and passion that has put toward Other policy priorities to Ohio lawmakers, meanwhile, introduced a bill Monday that would make Juneteenth a paid holiday in the state representative Herschel Craig says even though Ohio already recognizes Juneteenth, it is important that workers across the state have a day to reflect on and celebrate the official ending of slavery in the United States. It was on June 1918 65 that the last emancipated slaves were freed in Galveston, Texas. We are still waiting on the final results from Kentucky's primary election, which are expected to be announced later. Today. The U. S Senate Democratic primary is still too close to call, but Amy McGrath right now widening her lead on that Charles Booker. She's currently ahead by about 17,000 votes. A mix start to the day on Wall Street. The Dow's down 59 points. NASDAQ picked up 64 the SNP has gained seven. Our next update at 10 30. Rick you Chino News Radio 700. This report is sponsored by churches. If.

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And get a quote. Now now ladies forecast from a train heating and cooling Weather Center on news Radio 700 wlw. We'll see mostly cloudy skies today in the tristate chance for scattered showers and storms this afternoon with highs in the mid to upper eighties. Mostly cloudy tonight. Chance for rain your load down to 70 and partly cloudy and humid Tomorrow chance we see some isolated showers and storms with a high of 88 69 degrees right now news of service of a door and window. It will be a mix of in person and remote learning for Cincinnati public school students this fall. I will not support an option that is less than six feet, spacing Cincinnati public School board member bike McCroskey and Monday's meeting to decide how students will return to class in the fall. Three options going to school four and five days a week with three feet of social distance. But the plan that got the most votes is the blended plan, which involves an alternating schedule. It has six feet of distance. The district will implement a blended learning model with half the students attending school. At the time, students will alternate between two days per week and three days per week schedules and receive remote instruction on days when they're not in school Vice President Ryan Messer. We are expecting details from the superintendent in the coming weeks as to how the plan will be implemented. I'm Jack Crumley News Radio 700 wlw to Ohio lawmakers introduced a bill yesterday that would make Juneteenth paid holiday in the state representative Herschel Craig says even though Ohio already recognizes Juneteenth, it is important that workers across the state have a day to reflect on and celebrate the official ending of slavery. It was on June 19th 18 65 that the last emancipated slaves were freed in Galveston, Texas. We're still waiting on the final results from Kentucky's primary election, which are expected to be announced later. Today. The U. S Senate Democratic primary is still too close to call with Amy McGrath edging out state Senator Charlie Booker. By 2.5% last night with 81% of the precincts reporting and explosive report is accusing Russia of paying bounties to Taliban fighters for killing US troops in Afghanistan. President Trump says he was not aware but two other reports say different two new reports say President Trump was briefed on plots that accused Russia of offering bounties on U. S soldiers in Afghanistan. New York Times reports. American officials provided written briefings late February to the president laying out their conclusions. The Associated Press writing top officials in the White House were aware in early 2019 of classified intelligence, and that assessment was included at least one of the president's daily briefings. But National security adviser Robert O'Brien said the president had not been briefed because the information was not verified. Alex Boucher, ABC NEWS Washington Chance for rain this afternoon, The forecast is next. Hi, this is Jim Scott Ferg repose and isn't good. It's okay to go outside and play. You got to be safe. Stay six. Feet apart. But don't forget.

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Covert nineteen cases each day the parties bringing this lawsuit want to eliminate the public health guidance and requirements they're keeping Kentucky and safe I'm C. Sandoval let do it the latest traffic and weather together just had a look at the traffic cameras went Rhodes yes a very wet start to your Tuesday but no major delays or accidents on the freeways side streets looking good as well if you do see an axe seven or if you get stuck in traffic perhaps heading to work this morning give us a call helps out for two one six three nine seven album reviews forecasts from the advanced dentistry weather center from social distancing in pre screening patients to appropriate PP our focus remains on safety learn more at no fear dentist dot com slash patient safety slow moving heavy rain overnight no we're still looking at some isolated chances this morning but it's really about this afternoon when new rounds of showers and storms will return and they will be slow movers again so watch out for heavy rain high today of eighty seven tonight low of seventy and tomorrow we'll see a high of eighty eight with only about a thirty percent chance for storms from your severe weather station I'm not first warning meteorologist Jennifer catchmark news radio seven hundred WLW scattered rain continues seventy at your official weather station going over the options as the Cincinnati public schools get closer to starting fall classes more from seven hundred Jack Crumley I will not support an option that is less than six feet spacing Cincinnati public school board member baik Marah ski in Monday's meeting to decide how students will return to class in the fall three options going to school for and five days a week with three feet of social distance but the plan that got the most votes as the blended plan which involves an alternating schedule that has six feet of distance the district will implement a blended learning model with half the students attending school at the time students will alternate between two days per week and three days per week schedules and receiver mode instruction on days when they're not in school vice president Ryan Messer we are expecting details from the superintendent in the coming weeks as to how the plan will be implemented I'm Jack Crowley news radio seven hundred WLW said to DC with ABC news road to the White House Jacksonville Florida host city for this year's Republican convention is now requiring everyone to wear face coverings in public the president has not worn masks and White House Republican vans it's a personal choice that any individual as to whether to wear a mask spokesperson Kelly mac in movie on whether he'll follow those rules in Jacksonville he did say to me has no problem with mask and to do whatever your local jurisdiction request to view the president did not follow those rules in Oklahoma or Phoenix saying he was far apart from those.

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"President would not of been told house Democrats will be at the White House tomorrow for a briefing on that intelligence eight GOP house members were briefed on it today now the latest traffic and weather together still reporting a few accidents brother turn road east of rich accident Colerain Avenue at west fork Virginia Avenue welcome to use forecasts from the advanced dentistry weathers from social distancing in pre screening patients to appropriate PP our focus remains on safety learn more at no fear dentist dot com slash patient safety mode tonight with the chance for some scattered showers and storms the low seventy one on Tuesday we do still see lots of moisture in the atmosphere and we have a stalled boundary so we're anticipating a few showers and storms during the afternoon otherwise mostly cloudy hi eighty six from your severe weather station on nine first warning meteorologist Jerry Hughes newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. radar showing a partly cloudy sky our current temperature eighty three degrees the Cincinnati public school board coming to a decision on the best way to hold classes this fall in the midst of the corona virus pandemic I will not support an option that is less than six feet spacing Cincinnati public school board member baik Marah ski in Monday's meeting to decide how students will return to class in the fall three options going to school for and five days a week with three feet of social distance but the plan that got the most votes as the blended plan which involves an alternating schedule that has six feet of distance the district will implement a blended learning model with half the students attending school at the time students will alternate between two days per week and three days per week schedules and receiver mode instruction on days when they're not in school vice president Ryan Messer we are expecting details from the superintendent in the coming weeks as to how the plan will be implemented I'm Jack Crowley news radio seven hundred WLW governor Mike DeWine raising concerns about the increase of hospitalizations to cover nineteen over the past week in Ohio the highest it's been in two months he also say case increases in hospitalizations in Hamilton in Montgomery County specifically or some of the worst the wind says residents in the Cincinnati and Dayton area should get tested for cover nineteen at public testing sites have started this weekend he said mask wearing will help prevent a reversal of re openings like the one seen in Arizona Texas and Florida and made that point while holding the Cincinnati Reds mask he wore to the briefing this afternoon this mask is a symbol of freedom it's a symbol of freedom because it keeps going we wear these if we get seventy five eighty percent of people who are out in public who were wearing this mask we're going to see these numbers get better and any kind of thing that we might do that you're talking about we will not have to do Ohio at seven hundred thirty seven new cover nineteen cases sixty five new hospitalizations fifteen new ICU admissions and eleven new deaths over the last twenty four hours public testing sites opening one at Mount Airy school got underway today and will continue tomorrow and Wednesday from nine AM to one PM on Wednesday there will be a site opening at forest chapel United Methodist Church six eighty Sharon road from one to seven the Walmart at eleven forty three smiley Avenue will see a public testing said in its parking lot from one to seven Thursday Kentucky reporting one hundred seventeen new cover nineteen cases in two new deaths today also marking the start of the state's third phase re opening which included swimming pools and bar openings and groups of it you're less being allowed to gather governor any this year says presidents have done.

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Wearing a deer, but he was no. What did Columbus not? Exactly. No, thank you. There were about one thousand if you wanted to burglarize deer park that had to do it. There's nobody home. So he just jumped on the bandwagon hurt. His right. And yes, and he gets sexually aroused looking at deer park. That's that's up to him. I got another say about that poor woman. Let's see willy. The baseball draft is underway again today, number two. The Miami Marlins have selected outfielder Peyton burdock outta right state, the home of the raiders, and the reds takes shortstop Tyler Callahan. Another shortstop need them all from the providence school of Jacksonville, Florida, and up with a shortstop pretty good naming glaciation that reds never thought they were going to need a shortstop when they did it now that guy's pretty good. Well, they got a they got a pretty good. I guess a pretty good prospect last night in Reese Heinz. How about this put out the bat signal an hour and a half ago to find Ryan Messer, who was an advocate of OT are never forget of the streetcar eight years ago. He organized a protest at city council that force them to switch their vote on the streetcar. I've put on a bat signal. He's calling in to five today. Ryan messer. Wow of this. Chris seal box saying seventy did. I hear that right? That he's seven claiming the cops because the streetcars late. Yes. And he said it sabotage the police are those people out there. They must be delusional. Are they delusional? I got a bunch of guys in white coats running around, looking for seal Bach. And then, then the street, then how are they going to, they want to do what with the streetcar streetcars, not just about transportation? It's not about transportation. Okay. What is it like city beautification or something? I don't know. It's like an amusement ride a badly. His cO circle around the city now but Ryan Messer give them credit is going to be here in fifteen minutes. It's good to talk about whether it's a success or not from a perspective, not twenty eleventh, but twenty nineteen he's an I don't know what he's going to say Ryan Messer to five today. Rachel once again what's on the blog? The naked Markle's excessive spending of the Royal funds queenie to not happy. No, no Baton Rouge principle, gained busted as strip club and also a woman from Pittsburgh running over a man because he said, she was rude. A woman a man it regularly. What can I say? Women just better Uman beings than men. Well, she was she knocked into him at the post office. And they had some words that she weighed in the parking lot and random over. He said she was rude, and wow. That'll teach him wolf. I you're right. He probably won't question anybody's. No, I always tell people when you're in a car, or something like that emotions for some reason, road, rage, extremely high. You never know when animals going to come out of that other car, don't do something that is for sure people. Oh, profile they have guns and there's animals driving cars out there and guys in a pickup truck. If you cut them off say, you're sorry and move on. Do not have road rage incidents egg that you can't win. Okay. Rachel, thank you. Thank you. Thank you for the strip club segment. Give me out of the stooge report, a Catholic teacher in a strip club. Will you a picture perfect Tuesday, here, the tri-state, but wait until a Wednesday, Thursday Friday and Saturday, and Sunday, rain rain rain and rain? We. Leave you according to the chin, we leave you with the immortal words of the students report. I just don't know what you what kind of household cleaner, you would use to get stripper off of the championship trophy. Now that trophy was was that the Stanley Cup. No, that was the MLS cuff 'em Alaska. Atlanta. Right. I believe. I.

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"His wife wearing a derby he e widened Columbus, not. Exactly. No, thank you. There were about thousand if you wanted to burglarize deer park that to do it. Nobody home. So he just jumped on the bandwagon. Wonder you hurt his right. Yes. And he gets sexually aroused looking at deer park. That's that's that's up to him. I got another say about that poor woman. Let's see willy. The baseball draft is underway again with today, number two. The Miami Marlins have selected outfielder Peyton burdock outta right state home of the raiders, and the reds takes shortstop Tyler Callahan, and other shortstop need them all from the providence school of Jacksonville, Florida, and up with shortstop pretty good name Ecclesiastes, that reds never thought they were going to need a shortstop when they did it now that guy's pretty good. Well, they got another. They got a pretty good. I guess a pretty good prospect last night in Reese Heinz. How about this? I'll put up the signal an hour and a half ago to find Ryan Messer, who was an advocate of OT are net forget of the streetcar eight years ago, he organized a protest at city council that forced them to switch their vote on the streetcar. I put out a bat signal. He's calling in a two oh five today. Ryan massive. Wow of sale box saying, Sabbath. Did I hear that right? That he's seven Lehman the cops because the streetcars late. Yes. And he said it sabotage the police are those people out there. They must be delusional. Or are they delusional? I got a bunch of guys in white coach running around looking for seal Bach, and then the street, then how are they going to, they want to do what with the streetcar streetcars, not just about transportation? It's not about transportation. Okay. What is it like city beautification or something? I don't know. It's like an amusement ride a badly in his cO circle around the city now but Ryan Messer give them credit. He's going to be here in fifteen minutes. It's good to talk about whether it's a success or not from a perspective, not twenty eleven but twenty nineteen he's an I don't know what he's going to say Ryan Messer to five today. Rachel once again what's on the blog? We had Meghan Markle's excessive spending of the Royal funds queenie to not happy. No, no Baton Rouge principle, gained busted as strip club and also a woman from Pittsburgh running over a man because he said, she was rude. A woman a man it regularly, what can I say? Or women just better Uman beings than men. Well, she was she knocked into him at the post office, and they have some words she waited in the parking lot and random over. He said she was rude, and wow. That'll teach him woop I you're right. He.

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

13:39 min | 3 years ago

"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Billy Cunningham, and I want to encourage those who disagree with those of us who think the streetcar is an unmitigated disaster. Call in. We have gym and Keith, and some others. We have three lines open seven four nine seven thousand I was set back. Respectfully in listen, every now and then when I think I know the answer to a question or I have some political belief upon which is based upon reason and common sense, I more than often want to spend my time listening and watching MSNBC or read the New York Times, because, in many tests, my viewpoint against the against countervailing one, therefore, I can either solidify my opinion or I can change it every now and then in life, I changed my opinion on something such as gay marriage. I was part of the effort twenty five thirty years ago with the Reverend Casey Smith. And Evan Dale to make sure that gay marriage was part of Cincinnati city council's mandate, that it's not approved and part of those efforts in the last five or ten years, I've changed some say grown, some say collapsed. Now, I'm thinking, you know it wouldn't bother me. Two guys, Chris sale Bach and is, I met his his his husband and seemed like a nice couple day care for each other. They love each other. They want to take on the responsibilities of marriage, which so many of we practicing heterosexual. Screw up on a regular basis. And as long as doesn't have a required religious context. I'm good to go. I don't want government to tell the Roman Catholic church or Jewish temples synagogues, that you're going to have to perform, marriages of same sex couples that's intertwined government with, with religion. But on the other hand, if Chris sale Bach and his and his husband wants to go. Go to the clerk's office and sign a piece of paper saying, there's some sort of union a civil union between the two of them with benefits and cost of marriage. I'm okay with that now so every now and then it's rare but every now and then I'll change my opinion on something and twenty eleven when some council members flew out to Kansas City, Portland and said, wow. And then you had mayor Mark Mallory six times go to Spain. I'm always suspicious about that. Six times go to Spain with his entourage to pick out the streetcars to be built by Spanish company really cost of hundreds of millions of dollars. This doesn't smell right? It's a nineteenth century problem solution to a twenty-first-century difficulty and that I didn't see for those of us that travel a little bit. Cincinnati is a wonderful community to walk. Unlike many other cities, Cincinnati is generally flat, because the Pleistocene age glacier, that came here, we're largely flat. And so once you come over the hill amount Auburn, and you're in the base in of Cincinnati. It's flat. It's great to walk from the river, even up to liberty or whatever you're gonna walk around. So walking is never a problem. And so the liberal social activist progressive self described, the socialist who wanted to bring the streetcar to Cincinnati because it was so successful in Portland in Kansas City has proven to be unmitigated disaster, because we have many other means and methods getting around, it helped destroy metro the bus system. It certainly came on at the time technologically when lifted over, we're just starting and now when I spent time in TR which I do about once a month with my good friend, Shaun Donovan. I find myself watching people on birds of the scooters flying around. There's a. Golf cart. You simply get on and go somewhere. If somebody lifter Uber within a minute, or two, you can go from ninth to third straight quickly, streetcar goes, nobody wants to go. And Secondly, the cost ridiculous ridiculous. We're talking four hundred to five hundred million dollar cost of the streetcar for almost a half a billion dollars and for what to receive nothing that you don't get cheaper elsewhere. So this thing was doomed to fail from the beginning. So now the sense of pride of PG CO, Bach Wendo young, Dave man have now been aroused along with Greg Landsman. About away. We're not there. Nor was Christopher men are Jeff pastor but the for them that were there at the time. Well, not take responsibility for their own fair, failures and follow pawn, there may COPA sword and say you know what I screwed up. I made a mistake that the benefits are down here and the costs are way up there. And there are some benefits, but the cost of that benefit is close to five hundred million dollars five hundred million dollars to the little city Cincinnati, which owes pension fund deficit of two billion on top of that some time and the next decade, the chickens will come home to roost and all these financial debacles and this is at the top of the list. In fact, I have coming up in about a half an hour. Bryan shrive aim at a comment seven or eight years ago when this thing was being conjured up that the streetcar will make the Bengals deal for the stadium look like a good financial package, and he's proven to be one hundred percent. Correct. So let's take some calls, once again, if you feel differently, the me feel like Mets time the streetcars great idea, if you if you wanna come on, and I'll be quiet and I'll, I'll be respectful. And I will have you state, your opinion. I'm looking for name Ryan message that I had on at the time organized the protest at city council when push came to shove and pagey set feld and David Mann flip flopped on the issue. He packed city council with all these progressive activists that had these visions public transit flying to and fro now Ryan Messer cannot be located what a search warrant all these people are gone. Success has a thousand fathers each failure is an orphan and because this is been an unmitigated failure. You can't find the advocates anywhere. And ninety got Chris sale, Bach, claiming sabotage there was sabotage you heard Dan hill sabotage talk about a Cup. I understand the cop car was parked on the tracks because they were saving someone's life that overdosed on heroin. Nonetheless, sabotage and CEO Bach believes his unspoken conspiracy among numerous people in city hall city council all over the place to bring down the street car that would be successful, except for sabotage it comes down to sabotage. So let's continue with your calls once again. If you're an advocate for the streetcar you think it's worked out. Great. It's a wonderful thing. It's filled with riders on a regular basis. The money's overflowing, if that's your perception, seven four nine seven thousand or pound. Seven hundred new ATS go to gym and then Keith and many others. Jim on a cellphone. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show. Jim go ahead. I have that perspective. I kinda got the same on you get Willie. I just had eight family members from Tulsa, Oklahoma. Now, younger people, and they looked up the Airbnb, you know, and they say up toward part. Go downtown. They wanted to shop in the little one owner shop. You know. Right now. I'm too, and they walk beat it out. I had to stop and sit down. Me and my brother in law. But they won't for main street. All the way down sick on the way. Fine weight down. Loved it loved him. And I said, you know, we could guard they wanna take the streetcar Jim Jim. On a Sunday afternoon. Nothing's going on. We drive downtown. We start at the high river, smell park, which is absolutely gorgeous by walk from smell park. We walk up to TR. We park summer downtown on the river, and we walked from the river up to TR have lunch and walk back from TR right down vine street in this male park. It is beautiful. It is a beautiful walking community and it's just like New York City is beautiful to walk in beautiful. Sure. I've lived here all my life. I wrote discreet car. One time Willie. Deceit, Giardi bright. You've got to turn around that see what you're going by the look at the. In that they don't even have a c. The where you can really enjoy a right? You're just looking straight forward or back, Jim, I wrote on the thing, one time with Lori clean living, because I said, I'm not going to criticize something till actually. Learn more about it. I thought the saints are extremely uncomfortable. They look yet they looked in were not outward. And I watched numerous people on the street car office streetcar, and nobody paid anything and I'm told that they don't pay anything because they don't have to pay anything. I know. Shea supposedly paid for me. But the doors open it's an honor system, you get in get off, and nobody checks anything and the I mean how in the hell can you operate a business like that when it's like an honor system. You tell me does that work in the Ray. I mean you and I have some honor. But the great majority of the American people are angle shooters. And if you give him a chance to get something for nothing. They're gonna take it, especially those who ride the streetcar. They tend to be lower economic type people and they're not gonna pay for anything which nobody writes, damn thing anyway. I say this willy, and Mark my words five years from now that thirty million dollars will look good. They will wish head Jane government back. Great point. I'm gonna have Brian shrive come up in about twenty minutes. He's got some solutions continue with more. We have Keith Gary, John and many others. Kate from Fairfield the home Joe nuxhall on the Indians and Keith. Welcome, again, to the Bill Cunningham show. Keith go ahead afternoon. Kappler afternoon. I, I do agree that we should subtitle, this, the first title, little chickens, do indeed come home to roost. But you remember when I said to you, that there are people who feel that instead of confronting the evil that they have truly done. They point the finger at you wanna complain about your selfish reaction to it. Sabotage. Semetel isn't it? Interesting. Sabotage yet, what was he involved in with the gang of five and circumventing sunshine laws, and we don't have to pay this, and we won't do that. And we won't take responsibility for this. I'm thinking, how interesting stab Otagao. He says he said the cops the police are sabotaging. Well, let me ask you a question when they were building this thing, and let's put a centerpiece here. They built a kiosk and then found out that they built the kiosk in violation of some Ohio law. So there has to be a discussion about whether they get a or if they have to move it now that it's built that part of the problem. There were all these people that tell us about these overreaching promises of prosperity and success. And then the reality is the, you know, the, the horrible of failures and fiscal failures. And so, when they started this project, they have to ask myself, I don't know, this owning that particular area, but did anybody ask themselves at those businesses would have to have truck access to get supplies into their businesses, that's relevant any material and that you pointed out. I grant you. There are times I see police pull people over, and I go seriously, that's the only spot, you could pick to deal with this minor violation. It's not like they were bribing, I look at some of this and yet you just pointed out the police officer was, what selfishly trying to save somebody's life who overdose sabotage. Sam. Sabotage it saves time. Let's talk about briefly about the other thing where they're talking about the homeless, and you remember all the noise, you remember all the emails that I sent you that even Jeff pastor said that he criticized people all they do is send Email, and I pointed out to you that some people even to change their legal names. But the problems that they were creating there was a legitimate park that was built with citizen input that was serving his both the library, and as a playground for these kids, but these people were circumventing and basically squatting on what was a legitimate news. Promoting disease. And again, I look at this, this ranks right up there with saying, well, instead of using the money for metropolitan sewer district sewer problems, let the rope create the money and use it to make coloring books can make children feel good about themselves on watching this segment on Fox News last night from Los Angeles. The cops have typhus numerous communicable diseases now there's a fair of the plague because one hundred thousand one hundred thousand human beings. Living on the main streets of the states, California, and Los Angeles. There's forty thousand homeless living on streets, urinating defecating drug use light open sex, and the police are told by city council in L, A, do not arrest individuals, or breaking the law, which you can't pitch a tent on rodeo drive..

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"ryan messer" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Can't you? Tell me I'm wrong. No. I can't tell you you're wrong. Here's the thing is sometimes in the winter. We'll have a hundred writers. I'm the streetcar one hundred riders now in December ridership was up because some days it was offered for free. But in general, you know, the ridership is, you know, far far down there was ever expected and going back in the beginning the PG sitting Foulds and Chris sale box in the Wendell. Young's told us there'd be about four thousand people a day writing it even early on they had higher estimates than that. And they guarantee that that's how many writers we would have. Absolutely. And you know, what's frustrating for me as a lot of the people that came down to city hall early on. There were saying we really need to streetcar. We're gonna support it. I'm not seeing them support it. I'm not seeing people buying these monthly passes or yearly passes for the streetcar and bus to really support. I think a lot of people like to get on the weekends. And if you bring kids or grandkids, it's great for them to see a streak, courtesy transportation. You know? Probably not the commuter vehicle that it was sold. Choubey by the way. Where's the Ryan masters of the world? Ryan Messer was the name that popped in my mind. If somebody in the community that came streamed holler and shouted this thing's got to go. Where's Ryan Messer? Where's that guy? You know, I have not seen when I was running transportation committee. He did not come to one meeting after this car had already started about Laurie clean, Laurie. Quinlivan? Can you find her with a search warrant not seen her either haven't seen her about John Schneider? They father the streetcar what where's he? Now. They have not seen them know early on John cranley and myself and Kevin. Good how to work together to try and put the money together. And when you talk about the financing, we still get nine hundred thousand dollars a year from the HALE foundation nonprofit, and so that's how it's easy to able to break even right now. But when we don't have that nine hundred thousand from hailed foundation, I don't know what's going to happen. Is going to come out of the city revenues. Can you see in the future bringing business principles to the streetcar? None could be just runs on Friday and Saturday or if Sunday's event why run it Monday, Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday when nobody's writing it. Why not just do it Friday Saturday and some special event on Sunday want to just run it then? Well, that's what I've advocated instead of running one or two streetcars all the time, you know, when we have a reds game. We have a Bengals game. And we have an SEC game. There's lots of people downtown nice summer day. You know, let's get four or five. Let's get them all out and really use it and people can use it as transportation tool bent on the weekends to get around downtown. I think that would be a great idea we still have some diehard folks show that say, you know, we need to be able to keep in during the weekdays people can use it as commuters and people get used to using it and having it available. But I do think at some point we really need looking say when are people writing it, and let's make it more convenient for them to buy. It doesn't make any sense at all. Willie? I know it doesn't make sense. So four thousand riders a day on many days has become one hundred riders a day. What is the average? Can you have a rough number in the month of November or December in the entire month? It was projected one hundred and twenty thousand people would use it in one month four thousand times third about how many writer used it. November order number for November. We had about forty thousand riders and December DC I had some free days on the streaker. Which is great. When people do they put it together and are able to offer free days in different events this summer, we had sixty thousand riders so instead of instead of one hundred twenty thousand when you pay it's forty so that's about down about seventy percent, which is the advertising revenue to about seventy percent. So then it became here you Amy Murray you ready for the big question. I'm ready for the big question. Is it a likelihood in the future? That either you or some other members of council or mayor will say, let's take the hit. We're not we can't keep spending five million dollars a year out of the city budget is to supplement to subsidize subsidizes bad. Boy, let's save the five million dollars and take the hit is that a possibility. Really? So if I look realistically what's going to happen in this picture. We are going to lose that hail foundation nine hundred thousand dollars after ten years. And so at that point is when we're really going to have to probably start going into the general fund for that's going to be an answer question for different council. However, when I look at people that are coming up to run in the future. I'm thinking that they will not be able to make those types of heart. That they will want to do whatever they can. It's very far left. Progressive people that are coming up in the city wanting to run because this is such a great failure at wants to be expanded up pill hill because it has failed miserably you can never admit from the progressives. This this dog didn't hunt. The Ryan Messier's, the Laurie clean levins. The john. Schneider's you can't find those whether individual does search warrant because it's a failure. We can't admit to it. Let's expanded up to pill hill is that what you're hearing. I'm not hearing that these days 'cause I'm this council. I don't think that that would happen. You know, we haven't had the support from the business community up there saying, yes, we want it. And usually that's what happens in communities where they say we wanted and we'll sell Pat ourselves. So please expanded. But you know, what really I think the streetcar I think what happened is people over estimated everything they overestimated the ridership. They did bad numbers, and they use those bad numbers, and they tried to make everything turn out. So that's going to be higher ridership and higher revenue. And then you know, when realistically this is what it is people are very disappointed. But I think it's because they really overestimated and under delivered. Purpose for people that like to have it on the weekends. Fifty million dollars now. And what happens if Cincinnati bell says they've suggested in the past. This thing's not working for us at all one of Cincinnati bell pulls the plug. Well, Cincinnati bell was a great supporter and coming on early and say, we want to do what we cancer the city to make it better and cars coming. We're going to do what we can't support it. So, you know, God bless them said they did this. And we appreciate it. And you know, they have a ten year contract. So we'll see what happens. But you know, it's great that they have done that. And you know that money is different than our sponsorship money than the advertising money. It's considered sponsorship that we appreciate what they have done. And when it's cold. I don't know how many people are going to be out on the three last week one day one streetcar running willy because it was so cold, and they were having issues. Well, it's never called in January. No one could that. How can you have you planned for that? I plan for cold weather in February. I mean, I understand there you make mistakes. And so I would assume tomorrow when it's colder than a well digger's behind. It's probably going to have less than fifty people riding the damn thing that might be one car operating. Of course, it doesn't operate when it's cold. So you may have nothing operating, but nobody will know because nobody's going to get on it. Anyway. Well, you know, what really I do wanna mention to people tomorrow when it's that cold really take care of yourselves with schools are closed pay attention in the morning to see at schools or things will be open be careful if you have elderly people in your family, check on them, if you're really going to be bad. People are safe is the streetcar heated currency that. Yes, the doors keep opening and closing. I mentioned is not needed. But it's not very warm with my guests their government to me. But whenever you have a monster is failure. Please never admit to it and talk about expansion. That's the key expand the failure. And when they do talk about it. And they talk about why it's not succeeding, they say, it's because of people like you and me question. What's the ridership? We never that number. So you can't fake the number. The number is we plus more people to go out and ride it up here. Please go right it, but you know, people just aren't giving us people. Do it on the weekends. Just for fun to get around town, which is great. Like an amusement, right? Amy murray. One. Will you take responsibility for the streetcar that you opposed one you take responsibility for this? You know, Willie as you know, taking responsibility Trump day one even though I didn't vote for it or support it. I was the committee for for a year. Everything we could. But it's just it's not meant to it. It's not what it was. Amy. It's not pagey set and failed. It's not Christopher Steele Bach is not Wendell young. It's not David man. It's your fault. They are in favor of it their wash their hands of it. It's your fault because you opposed it. And you're using real numbers. When were you grow up, politically and start taking responsibility for things that you've not done? Well, I, and you know, I know when they are on you ask them about it. And it does frustrate me because of the politician a public servant, or anyone if you vote for something it turns out, not to be what you thought you should own it. I'm sorry. I made a mistake. I'm gonna keep doing everything I can to make it better. But we don't get any of that. No. Blame it on other people that people everybody, John Schneider. Laurie. Clean levin. Ryan Messer Wendell young PG and failed. Chris sale balk at cetera et cetera. You can't find them what a search warrant. And you're out there talking about it. Therefore, it's your fault. And people say how could you know that this is what's going to happen? Well, you know, when you look at the numbers, and you look at how other three cards did you could figure it out. You could know this at a time. Any sense at all? Amy mary. Thank you and good luck dealing with the Clouds'll members you have to deal with good luck. Hey, I appreciate it. Take care. Have a good day. God bless America. Let's continue with more. That's the maddening part. We were sold a Bill of goods it didn't work. It's a dismal failure. It was a fair from the get-go and now revenues are down by seventy percent advertising. Doesn't exist. Cold weather means the thing doesn't work. And if it does work, it's not heated because the doors constantly open. No one has to pay to get in or get out people walk in walk out. No one checks who pays new doesn't pay. And yet it's Amy Mary's fault who opposed it in mine. Of course, I'll take full responsibility for the failure. Because after all I opposed it. Let's continue with more. Billy cunningham. The great American live at your home of the Bearcats the Bengals Adrian more now home McCovey cath, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w.

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