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"sam mark" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To be happy. Yeah, I'll try to make you happy with some type of useful response to anything you bring here on America first, Mark Davis enforced, said he's back on Monday meeting. We're together today and tomorrow and it's just been a blast. So far, we got like an hour and a quarter left. So who knows what kind of thrills Lie ahead. 833 33 Gorka 833 33 Gorka Follow me on Twitter at Mark Davis as they get back to do some more calls us to a little bit more of today's audio slash video. Tim Scott, Listen, I consider all day and tell you that critical race theory is the devil's work. Uh, is it I may not be speaking metaphorically. That is poison. It's educational poison. But if Tim Scott doesn't it probably means a little more. So here's Tim Scott on critical race theory. Cut 10 go. 100 years ago, kids and classrooms were taught the color of their skin was their most important characteristic and if they looked a certain way They were inferior. Today, Hughes. They're being taught that the color of their skin defines them again. And if you look a certain way, they're an oppressor from colleges to corporations to our culture. People are making money and gaining power by pretending we haven't made any progress at all by doubling down on the divisions. We've worked so hard to heal in just one of things to love about. Tim Scott's Republican response to the Biden Tranquilizer Dark last night. 833 33 Gorka let us head to Orlando Online five. Sam Mark Davison for said Welcome to America first. How are you? Does. I'm on there? Yes, you are. Well, Mr Davis. Thank you for taking up for Lord Gorka. My pleasure. Yes, it's awesome. All right, So the guy speaks He addresses the ladies of the house, which first Timothy just blows my mind. It's all clear there. But anyways, let's get back to what we're talking about. He clears that up and then I think he said something and then the next thing said Was somebody that declaring war about something, but let's get down to basics. Basics is treason, Treason and treason is anytime you attempt to move the constitution anyway from the forefathers, so, he says. That we the people mean and this State of the Union address last night, So I'm just follow me. If you don't mind, Mark, I believe you. Me. I'm trying that I know you are. I know you're not really I've given it. I'm giving it my best. Throw me a bone man. Throw me a bone formulated by United States military, Believe me. I'm eccentric. We have the president of our United States, saying that the government is who we. The people are that when the book the Constitution and all this provision will put in That it was just a them that were amongst themselves and not the people of the country that we the people mean just government. Did he just declare war against our country? Well else his own words. See? Look there If I just shut up and let you let you roll you did. You did a great job, and so I'll address that. And Sam. Thank you Appreciate it very much. I actually got a call about this on them on my local share. This point where someone said that the president said that you know, the beginning of the Constitution. We the people we The people I love When liberals quote the constitution, it's like, keep breathing. Keep going. Follow it be guided by it. Give us Supreme Court justices who will do the same. And I asking too much here. But anyway, I digress. President Biden talked about we, the people that we That we are the government. Now, if somebody just says this in a civics class, or if somebody just calls me, you know, and it passing and talks about government says, You know, Mark. We are the government. We we elect them and they're supposed to reflect our views and global but probably let it go. It's like, you know, it's we don't have a ruling class or aristocracy. You know the birth right of kings or anything like that. So in that's that's sense. The government is us. But if this day and age you can't let that go because in this day and age, what the Constitution really does has never been more important, and that is to protect us from the government. Some of the most important words in the Constitution When they arise. Our Congress shall make no law. Not not not. Ah, bridging this restricting that limiting this. The Constitution exists to protect the citizen from government overreach. So yes, do we do we create the government and the founding of this nation? Yes. Do they serve at our pleasure supposedly Levy the consent of the governed they serve. Because of the consent of the governed. Well, we are the governed there. The government But especially lately, it's hard to feel like they are us. That we are them or they are, you know, spur announcer troublesome enough these days because it seems like once we vote for all these people, and we have a whole lot of different voters, electing a whole lot of different types of people. That government becomes this enclave of people who sometimes are trying to work on our behalf and sometimes aren't even in our own party. I'm a lifelong Republican. And they're Republicans. You just aren't conservative. You'll get people who will will fall into favor fall out of favor. I've spent Couple of Dec decades. Or maybe not that decade thoroughly enjoying Liz Cheney? I like her dad, too. But what the heck? You know, and I'll tell you what the problem is that Liz Cheney has the same problem happened, Bill Kristol. Same thing happen to George Will trump Hatred eats your brain trump hatred. Weeks. Your brain. You become a couple of did. There's a disassociative disorder. There's a perceptual disorder because you also think you are way more popular than you think you are. There is we have a vacant Congressional district here in D FW, Texas six The late Ron right, passed away Tragically, not long ago. Just a wonderful, wonderful man. His widow, Susan, is running at about 23 other people, You know, big, old jungle primary Republicans, Democrats, independents, calling birds, French hands, all kinds of people are in there. And there's one guy in there who hates Trump's guts. So if you if you got that going, you've got your candidate. He was on the show with me. He says He thinks 35 to 40% of Republicans agree with him that Trump is just a horrible, poisonous demagogue. Will find out, won't we? Uh and listen, you didn't have to love everything. Trump did. You didn't have to have stylistically urban politically, if you're by the way, that was the root of all of this. These people who wound up being trump haters. You know why it wants is because he was a conservative M one Abrams tank. And what he did is call out and illicit the liberalism that maybe they had been trying to hide and now no longer.
"sam mark" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"In the last two shoulders done each member. And every instruction here to lift you up, So join in now three. There we go straight out and see your best self. Come here. E founded a company called Champion Minerals, which today's over a billion dollar market cap. We're back at it with Laura resist. We're in a very unique situation. We have two projects and world class jurisdictions. One in Bolivia and its neighboring country. Peru Way are about to commence with a maiden underground drilling campaign at this consistent we believe it's a collapsed volcano. It has all the earmarks of major tonnage at Bolivia. You have the Cerro Rico, the largest silver mine ever recorded with 2.5 billion ounces of silver produced Today and through way have Newmont for the South there Barrett first Quantum and that we should be grilling again in October at our Sam Mark Ito let Victoria project in most simple of Peru. And our focus is basically just stick to building asset growth building resources as quickly as possible. And then that's what we like about these targets. We have silver gold, zinc, lead copper 10 bismuth in India a full smorgasbord of metals. Even if they're at the lower range of their value on a per ton of, or you could estimate of Are you 60 plus and loved to travel, Introducing the senior travel discount network. Brought to you by low cost airlines call us any time, day or night and save up to.
"sam mark" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Founded a company called Champion Minerals, which today's over a billion dollar market cap. We're back at it with the Lord's list. We're in a very unique situation. We had two projects and world class jurisdictions. One in Bolivia and which neighboring country Peru way are about to commence with amazing underground drilling campaign at this Gradiska we believe it's a collapsed volcano. It has all the earmarks of major tonnage at Bolivia. You have the Cerro Rico, the largest silver mine ever recorded with 2.5 billion ounces of silver produced to date in through We have Newman for the South there, Barrett first quantum and that we Should be grilling again in October at our Sam Mark Ito let Victoria project in most simple Peru and our focus is basically just stick to building asset growth building resources as quickly as possible. And then that's what we like about these targets. We have silver gold, zinc, lead copper 10 bismuth in India a full smorgasbord of metals, even if they're at the lower range of their about things whatsoever, a man so it's actually also reap Wall Street. Do you know where your money is? Welcome to financial issues where we align reality with truth. Conservative talk radio. You can count on financial issues that you need to know. Well preserved for our Children. This is the last best hope of Man on earth or will sentence them to take the last step into 1000 years of darkness way will simply apply the government that common sense that we all use in our daily lives. Now, here's your host, Dan Celia. I refuse to accept the view that mankind is so tragically bound..
"sam mark" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"E founded a company called Champion Minerals, which today's over a billion dollar market cap. We're back at it with Lord Resources. We're in a very unique situation. We had two projects and world class jurisdictions, one in Bolivia and which neighboring country Peru. We are about to commence with a maiden underground drilling campaign at this great hospital. We believe it's a collapsed volcano. It has all the earmarks of major tonnage. At Bolivia. You have the Cerro Rico, the largest silver mine ever recorded with 2.5 billion ounces of silver produced The date and through way have Newmont for the South. They had Barrett first quantum and that we should be grilling again in October at our Sam Mark Ito let Victoria project in most simple Peru and our focus is basically just stick to building. Asset growth building resources as quickly as possible. And then that's what we like about these targets. We have silver gold, zinc, lead. Copper 10 bismuth in India a full smorgasbord of metals. Even if they're at the lower range of their value on a per ton of, or you could estimate a very attractive valuation per ton of ore. Don't know Too many junior companies that have this type of opportunity. You see this little discoloration right here. God, I've got this little red spot right here. Gone. Now you can turn back time to look years younger, fast instantly with the newest, best ever luminous with it's a claim self foundation with blue mask. Those last lines, little creases just learned from away and I just feel like I look so much younger, luminous is the touchless airbrush makeup that delivers flawless airbrushed results Hollywood celebrities have enjoyed for years I was talking to a girlfriend was like, what have you been doing? You look so young. It can instantly cover all your skin imperfections to leave you looking flawless in just seconds. I'm 70 years old and sensational and luminous is helping do that say so long to old makeup that you've applied the same old way for decades..
"sam mark" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"E founded a company called Champion Minerals, which today's over a billion dollar market cap. We're back at it with Lord Resources. We're in a very unique situation. We have two projects and world class jurisdictions, one in Bolivia and its neighboring country. Room way are about to commence with a maiden underground drilling campaign. At this game Respect we believe it's a collapsed volcano. It has all the earmarks of major tonnage. At Bolivia. You have the Cerro Rico, the largest silver mine ever recorded with 2.5 billion ounces of silver produced Today and through way have Newmont for the South there Barrett first Quantum and that we should be grilling again in October at our Sam Mark Ito let Victoria project in most central Peru, and our focus is basically just stick to building asset growth building resources as quickly as possible. And then that's what we like about these targets. We have silver gold, zinc, lead copper 10 bismuth in India a full smorgasbord of metals. Even if they're at the lower range of their value on a per ton of, or you could estimate a very attractive valuation per ton of ore. I don't know too many junior companies that have this type of opportunity. Hi. Linda. Looks like you've got a prescription to fill any idea how much that's gonna cost in there. Theo exact same drug..
"sam mark" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Of Europe by 1.5 minutes ago. Don't want to give the ball back to the opponent. Lets see if he can step up and make a play. Here we go, guys. Freeman is the running back. In the gun off the left side of lot 33 hitters. He throws a wobbly pass incomplete flutters to the far sideline in front of the Tennessee bench boy, he was drilled. It's an incomplete pass on third and three. It's fourth and three. So here comes running it. The incomplete pass stops the clock at 505. Look at the pass round and it was, it was go routes down the field. I mean, it's third and five. Got a young quarterback back there while you send everybody down the field. You need to give him a couple options within that first downrange make this easy. You've been moving the football. Landry was the one and thrilled the Denver quarterback Now the Denver punter is back there. Sam Mark Thiss. He kicks it on the Tony goes in veranda lands of the 15 Denver special teamer and ricocheted off his foot and went out of bounds. I think they're going to say just hit the grass, and it's out of bounds at the For what A What A great day I thought it came off somebody's foot. It's straight sideways. You believe that 52 yard and they're gonna pin the Titans back at. Therefore, this gives us a chance to pause 10 seconds for stations to identify themselves coast to coast and around the world. This's Westwood one. You're home for Monday night football. Doing Triple A with automatic renewal and add loved ones for 50% off Tripoli replaces my Battle Lion, a great directional putter and he was perfect that time so marine therefore, Tennille with an I formation under center looks over a three man front. First intend.
"sam mark" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"I'm John Baxter. This is the John Baxter Show the Wonderful Richard's axes here with celebration of Mark Twain, an enormous amount of work that Richard's done to take the notes and the memoirs and the letters. Much of it is not printed or You have to piece together because it's not in the final books because Olivia's standing there reading at night making sure that mark that her Sam Sam Clemens doesn't upset the family honor anymore than he already has, by wasting all their money and his money and everybody's money, and the whole world knows he's poor. All right, we're going to get him to Europe. They they stop in South Africa. He gets in trouble with Cecil Rhodes Big deal You'll have to reach in the book because it's funny. We're on the London and they're arriving in the heat of August in London, and they're going to take a house and they still haven't piled their way out of debts. And now comes the tragedy. Susie Clemens is stayed back in New York, and she's a 23 year old woman. Very highly strung. What happens to her? Why does she? Why does she declined so quickly? Richard Decline is in dire to decline as in die. What happens to her that all? Well, first, I just need one little detail that they get on their spots. The daughters have been cabled to come over. And then they get the climate. Liv E. In Sam. Mark Twain. Get a cable back that there's been a delay and Livy instantly senses the worst thinks that Susie must be sick. And they board a ship and they're crossing the Atlantic. When Mark Twain gets word that his daughter Susie has died, And how did she die so quickly? What do we know the spinal meningitis and it It's not clear exactly how she caught it. But she declined very quickly. And what's the worst for Mark Twain is he's alone. He never handled being alone. Well at all. He's alone in a rented house in a in a suburb on in England and his wife is in the middle of the ocean. And then there is no technology in that era for him to reach her. So he knows that she's going to in three or four days. See her brother like crying on the docks, either. They're they're friend who's a minister weeping on the dock toe Having to tell her that Susie has died, and he just he's just overwrought is the actual scene is even more horrible because they don't get to the ship while it's in quarantine, and Clara When she visits. The captain sees a headline that her sister's dead. And so she has to tell her mother, right, And that's the moment you believe that Livi started her decline. I D'oh D'oh, and there's there's It's not really clear that Livia ever completely got her her joy and life back. I mean, they're moments that you can see later, but this is the decline and and she would be dead eight years later. I mean, seven years later, Olivia's a young and beautiful woman. There's a photograph in the book of her in her forties. She wass, eh? Bells bell in her twenties when Mark telling married or in 18 70 he adored her, and she adored him and apart. They were not. They were not stable together. They could travel around the world. But this blow of losing their oldest daughter, Susie. They'd lost their son, Langdon when he was 19 months old. That was an experience of the 19th century that family's dealt with, but losing Susie without ever seeing her again overwhelmed him and Clara Clara. Let's speak well of her. She lives into the 19 sixties, Richard and she's the one who is thie. She's the she's a perfect combination of her mother and father. She has She has an ironic I, but at the same time, she protects the family's honor, right, And she also basically had a lot of trouble being in the same room with her father. After awhile, she realized for self preservation. It was perhaps better Teo to live in Europe when he lived in New York. All right, let's pay the debts because that was the reason for the journey. Now Richard has included an enormous amount of detailed accounting for us to watch the debts back page. Me longer than anything else in the book, but I I thought I was taking notes. All the time is they're paying the debts off by the time they get to England. Libby Living is keeping counts because she knows that Mark could misleader of she lets him just be generally by the time they haven't paid it off in in England, But by the time they get to Switzerland for the summer, she believes that there that they have now achieved on ability to pay their creditors off. But not you. Not without Roger's Richard. He's the hero of this book, The hero and it's so great that you that you see that because he really is he. He is the calm mastermind of Tween strategy to pay off his debts, because actually, the lecture tour paid off. You know, it's arguable what number it is, but maybe it's half maybe whatever number it is. But what saved Twain with his complete works edition. And Twain had two rival publishers who weren't even speaking to each other, who are furious with lists and Harper's Bliss and Harper's, and they never would have agreed on a deal, and Roger said that if he had on Ly Worked in publishing he he never would have been in business. You would have killed himself. He just couldn't believe how difficult it was to make thes men. This is a man who put together a Malcolm made a copper. You understand? This is a master dealer. But publishing director Richard and I both have survived. Publishing were aware of the fact that Rogers finally figured it out. Okay, Fine. Now, Livy will lead of leave us. Jeanne will die on Christmas 1909 But I want to pay attention to paying off all these debts because you've done such a wonderful job. At the moment the debts were paid off. He's off on other schemes, Richard. It's just like you have to chain him to the wall before he gives money away. Reader scream when they turn that chapter page and see at the top and then and then, he said, I've reeled in a big fish today, literally, almost to the day that he knew he paid the debts off. He started looking for a new.
"sam mark" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"With a celebration of Mark Twain an enormous amount of work that Richard down to take the notes in the memoirs in the letters much of it is not printed or you have to piece together because it's not in the final books because the levy is standing there reading at night making sure that mark that her Sam Sam Clemens doesn't upset the family honor anymore than he already has by wasting all their money and his money and everybody's money in the whole world knows he's poor all right we're going to get him to Europe they they stop in South Africa he gets in trouble with Cecil Rhodes big deal you'll have to restrain the book because it's funny we're under until London and they are arriving in the heat of August in London and they're going to still haven't piled their way out of Jackson now comes the tragedies Suzy Evans is stayed back in New York and she's a twenty three year old woman very highly strong what happens to our what is she what is she declined so quickly Richard decline is in dire did yesterday and that's in die what happens to a person just need one little detail that they get an addict their spot the daughters are having cable to come over and then they get the claimant Libby and Sam Mark Twain get as a cable back that there there's been a delay and Livvie instantly senses the worst and things that that list Susie must be sick and they board the ship and they're crossing the Atlantic when Mark Twain gets word that his daughter Suzy has died and how did she die so quickly what we night of spinal meningitis and eight it's not clear exactly how she caught it but she'd she declined very quickly and what's the worst for Mark Twain is he's alone he never handles being alone while at all he's alone in a rented house in a in a suburb and in England and his wife is in the middle of the ocean and that there's no technology in that area for him to reach her so he knows that she's going to in three or four days see her brother like crying on the docks either of their their friend who's a minister were weeping on the dock tend to having to tell her that Susie has died and he he just he's just over rod is just the actual scene is even more horrible because they don't get to the ship while it's in quarantine and Clara when she visits the captain's headline that her sister's dad and so she has to tell her mother right and just that's the moment you believe that Livvie started her decline I DO I DO a there's there's it's not really clear that live you ever completely got her her joy in life back I mean their moments that you can see later but this is the decline and and she would be dead eight years later I mean that seven years later living as a young and beautiful woman there's a photograph in the book of her in her forties she was a bells bell in her twenties when Mark Twain married there in eighteen seventy and he adored her and she had toward him and tell apart they were not they were not stable together they could travel around the world but this blow of losing their oldest daughter Susie they lost their son Langdon when he was nineteen months old that was an experience of the nineteenth century the families dealt with but losing Susie without ever seeing her again overwhelmed him and Clara Clara let's speak well of her she lives into the nineteen sixties route Richard and she's the one who is the she's the she's a perfect combination of her mother and father she is she has an ironic I but at the same time she protects the families on right she also basically I had a lot of trouble being in the same room with her father after awhile she realized for self preservation it was perhaps better to to live in Europe when he lived in New York all right let's pay the debts because that was the reason for the journey now Richard has included an enormous amount of detailed very accounting for us to watch the deck page took me longer than anything else in the book right now but I try I can I was taking notes all the time is they're paying the debts off by the time they get to England Livvie Libby is keeping counts because she knows that mark could miss leader of she let's imagine speaking generally by the time they haven't paid it off in the law in England but by the time they get to Switzerland for the summer she believes that there that they have now it achieved an ability to pay their creditors off but not for not without Rodgers Richard he's the hero of this book hero and yeah it's so great that you did you see that because he really is he he's the call mastermind of Twain's strategy to pay off his debts because actually the lecture tour paid off you know it's arguable what number it is but maybe it's half maybe whatever number it is but what saves Twain was his complete works addition and Twain had to rival publishers who weren't even speaking to each other who are furious with less and Harper's voice in Harper's and they'd never would have agreed on a deal and and Roger said that if he had only worked in publishing he he never would have been in business he would kill himself he just couldn't believe how difficult it was to make these men this is a man who put together amalgamated copper you understand this is a master dealer but publishing I didn't just affect him Rick Richard and I both have survived publishing we're aware of the fact that Rogers finally figured it out okay five now a levy will lead up leave us gene will die down Christmas nineteen oh nine but I want to pay attention to paying off all these debts because you've done such a wonderful job at the moment.
"sam mark" Discussed on WTVN
"When you need a company you can trust call one eight hundred collect patchy dense fog overnight tonight a low down to forty degrees some scattered showers possible to start your Tuesday and then Tuesday afternoon a little bit of sunshine breaks through along with a few scattered showers and fifty four on Wednesday a little bit a mix in the morning but dry in the afternoon with a high of fifty I may be C. six first warning chief meteorologist Marshall might be cut your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN this is election headquarters our lives super Tuesday it was so much on the line the democratic nation Donald Trump coverage L. it is news radio six and we're going to win W. T. V. and underground command post from the files of a hidden somewhere under the brick and steel over nondescript building we once again make contact without a leader the end today but we will hello my friend Sam mark live in our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one by the way the different Dow Jones has rocketed back over twelve hundred points I think it's the biggest single day gain ever this is why you keep you cool you don't let the press stampede you you know Rick Adelman's one of the best financial guys hi I've heard certainly on radio I like Ramsey too but Edelman says all the time just stood still stop thinking about you're in this for the long run you dollar cost average.
"sam mark" Discussed on KTOK
"From the underground command post from the files of the hidden somewhere under the brick and steel over nondescript building we once again made contact without a leader the end today but we will hello my friend Sam mark within our number eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one eight seven seven three eight one three eight one one by the way that the Dow Jones has rocketed back over twelve hundred points I think it's the biggest single day gain ever this is why you keep you cool you don't let the press stampede you you know Rick Adelman's one of the best financial guys hi I've heard certainly on radio I like Ramsey too but Edelman says all the time just stood still stop thinking about hearing this for the long run you dollar cost average and that's exactly right don't think about it don't worry about it they're gonna try and push on TV particularly cable but on radio in other places I caught what shall we do why would you sell when the market is going down you will lose money and why would you buy when the market up this is what the stocks dollar cost averaging is all about which is you just sit by a certain amount every couple of weeks or every month three your pension plan and leave it alone and you gonna do very well that's the whole country collapses and then there's really nothing you can do anyway so don't sweat it I'm telling you the truth I don't sweat it I don't I don't sweat it just let it go wow what's going on the juggernauts a booty cash and club which are getting together what Biden the trying take out Sanders Liz Warren nobody sure what she's up to of course Bloomberg wants to buy the presidency being the oligarch thirty years here's the thing it's not that club a shark and brutish as have this huge following it said they're now creating the narrative and positioning Biden is the centrist in the moderate to defeat the Marxist it is fascinating to watch some under this summer libertarian summer conservatism a popular summer nationalists some are just ridiculous upset about this the Cather teaming up against poor Bernie Sanders I'm thinking to myself this is the primary we need poor Bernie Sanders this the way it works that's number one number two the guys have been a Democrat ever he rejected the Democrat party just was too right wing for him so he's used the Democrat party for a while he's used the Democrat party as a fig leaf to advance I tried to advance very poorly his agenda Bernie Sanders's remarks as he's always been a Marxist back in January played a piece beautiful piece put together by reason a libertarian site in group and I'm gonna do that later tonight to teach you to forget these things Bernie Sanders this and if the Democrats want to take a Bernie Sanders why should I be pleased by that all because it'll be easier for trump to take out Sanders I don't know that look at Joe Biden Joe Biden I know he has the mental institution vote but Joe Biden's truly an idiot so trump say they're going to run against a Marxist or moron what are the other but Bernie Sanders threatens our fundamental nature as a country their institutions are principals and he makes no bones about and we have a moral imperative to take it on the taken on openly publicly based on our principles and our view points and defeat it because if we don't who will so that's very important now the reason the media back Biden is because they want to take out trump and they think binds the the best one to take out trump they have it all figured out like they always do you know final cut into is white vote Biden will cut into his blue coloring union about that is trump's plus I'll carry a significant percentage of the black vote and there you have it by and we'll win it now it's not there you have it but I know when not in the least mine's a poor candidate the only thing is everyone is a Senate in in Delaware which is really a one party state and he was on Obama's coattails he became vice president would have been anything other than because of that so I just point this out to you these are two relatively weak candidates but I fear Sanders the most because of who he is and what he believes and Charlie Kirk and I turning point USA had an outstanding discussion about this I hope you solace when life liberty and Levin for my new studio and the fox news channel in Washington I will play a little bit of that for you to that's not the only election that's taken place it's not the only election that's taken place they just had election in Israel and all Israel seven hours ahead and you have your listeners to this show you know we keep an eye on this I want to read you the headline the Jerusalem post Benjamin Netanyahu defeats Benny Gantz with larger black they turn out of seventy one percent up from the last election seventy one percent prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu succeeded in winning sixty seats you need sixty one and it's believed he will get that that one from another place the first block of right wing religious parties in Monday's election one less than he needed for a majority in the Knesset what in the exit polls on three TV networks now again they have to add up the votes so maybe he'll get the sixty one or maybe it's fifty nine I don't know and the last vote or the members of the military and the diplomats but the members of the military far outnumbered the diplomats of course you're much more liberal the first polls indicated that Netanyahu one thirty six the thirty seven seats that's a big deal because they they have a coalition of seats you know its allies and shots in these other groups has had strong showings to blue and white party at thirty three seats please allow with the left wing labour merits party the Arab joint list that's what they call in these Arab parties don't only believe in the existence of the state of Israel you have the so called moderate party the bloom right party headed by this guy Pete and dance good morning happy to get their support you have the votes of soldiers who tend to lean to the right they write not yet been counted and so the the vote of the Arabs tends to go down by comparison the number of Knesset seats when they bring the votes the military but if they don't get the sixty one seats and they have sixty research the need to get it from somewhere else and I think they will in this is a big day in Israel for liberty the rule of law and the people there because remember the they're still trying to take him out he still has a case in two weeks Mr producer with the Attorney General wants to put the prime minister in prison can you imagine they want to put the prime minister in prison I think they have a good fight on their hands and they should so there's a lot going on no I went to Israel what was it two weeks ago now and I interviewed Benjamin Netanyahu and you can see part of that hi mark living show Facebook mark living show Twitter and I could tell he was very positive about the election he was very strong you would know that he's under such brutal assault it's like talking to trump you would know is under such brutal assault so the Israelis looks like ninety nine percent certain please for a handful of years anyway right we'll be right back then I used to suffer from endless cycles of sinus infections and nasal congestion I was so desperate that when a friend told me to flush out my nose with salt water I just did it and boom I could breathe again relief at last plus I slept deeper and even stop snoring I was thrilled to have found something that actually works and is drug free but neti pots are hard to use and what a mess I figured there had to be a better way but there wasn't so I invented it and I.
"sam mark" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Get wacky socks for room some sort of back again no no wacky so no fuzzy socks and now all right this is a common thing I will ever got any socks the only time I can ever remember anything weird is the farting Christmas Carol it's a you know it's too bad you didn't have a copy of that but we can share before you know next week is out did you know that it's it was fun CD that's a long ago I mean after we had Jovian here singing the Mariah Carey song yeah for Christmas that would've been a nice follow up you know how did you hear about the dog video with him on his Facebook no somebody literally you can hear the radio in the background somebody video to their dog at home some free Facebook friend of this and the DA and and you can hear him singing in the background over the over the air the dog was literally hiding behind the couch there's a video so it was that bad the the the the dog is seen powering behind the couch I believe it it's a funny video alright all right one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five the dumbest worse give you ever got and if anybody knows more about how the heck one of these white elephant things works Christie in Manville you run New Jersey one one point five hi guys how are you good how are you doing now I want to raining so not that great anyway now I do want to make this quick and easy sell because then I you by you know who you're buying or you don't or you do have you can tell them afterwards but as far as the white elephant yeah is let's say there's twenty people and then price ranges twenty dollars you buy again it has nothing to do with like someone's gonna buy like that could be a gap okay so I number one you're number twenty I get the wind that but I'm not happy with it and then you get your twenty so you get Nagi you now can pick and take someone get and the one the one before you I'm taking your wine without doubt if it's alcohol exactly you don't have the people don't but everyone who went before number one has an option we also okay from the people look for that okay I got all that but why is my wife telling me that every white elephant exchange that somebody brings in and she and she made it seem like it was like on purpose one person is assigned to bring in a dog of a gift a bad gift that's not true I I mean I hate to say it women power but she's wrong the white elephant is a gift you don't want I want the gnocchi but to someone else but they don't want thank you they don't like it my life are going to be the same as your so in hers then somebody really didn't think the rock tumbler was a great gift for them yeah whoever it might have been like all my god this is great someone's gonna love it when I did and I got my gift I was mortified and was just like I I'm like whoever wants it could take it I didn't even bring it all what would you rather a bottle of wine or a Christmas album where all the songs are farted instead of sun I mean because I can get drunk why probably listening to CD farting and none of this is the same one or not yeah but there is something called affording Christmas by Santa's farting elves on Spotify Jeez got a track listing yeah what gems that have on the track listing jingle bell forts silent fortnight so they change all the titles not all of them just a couple of well Rudolph the gas the reindeer something like that I would still like to job John in Monroe Hey John how are you a guy of the show thanks John you're welcome to start off by saying that I'm a millennial I bought a house about three years ago and we have a Christmas party every year with them okay and list you know everyone getting the wine in the loop on the news and stuff like that and my neighbor receive my body is game called who the potato what ever heard of what is that but it's a little bit like a black bar down there with all these little plastic the Beatles in it and what you do is you divide up P. five one five and you started the starting line and you have to book at the other end and you know and put it in your but she tried to walk across the parking my god yeah so that was our get well would you have to know people to play that game in front of each other I mean honestly unless you're wearing yoga pants or very tight fitting you gotta drop well nobody's gonna play that by that part of it but in time we're playing on it and the night we're all you know drunken during you was slated yeah we all played it okay so you have to pull your pants down you did this like make it like no no no no come on their own what you do you you pulled your jeans down and just kept your underwear on and kept it like against the underwear how to how to join the cheeks what to do it your hand a difficult yeah I was gonna say that's a pretty it's due to yeah this is awful he put the potatoes making my fort CD's on there's no question of do buy your donuts take my pants down with yours a lot I am in Franklin you're in New Jersey one a one point five Hey Sam how are you Sam can you hear us and three it Sam two one oh okay move up no Sam mark in Parsippany you're on New Jersey one one point five good afternoon gentlemen how we doing today okay mark Hey mark nine five I think you should probably use a little bit of logic so everybody gets assigned to bring a guest some people are going to bring something that they like eventually one gift is give me calm the white elephant because no one's going to like one gift that someone thinks is it gives you a gift but eventually it will be transferred around everybody because nobody wants that gift so in other words the waiter the concept is it's not done on purpose but we know in a large enough group there's always gonna be one more on who doesn't know what a good gift this that's basically the contact okay all right did you ever partake in one of these I did and I like your like a snotty shows up you know something that you know is just someone likes but most people don't so it's and you end up with the snuggie or the rock tumbler or something to that effect all right mark thanks for your calls coming more clear now all right so have you ever done a white elephant what's the worst gift you ever got in one of those one eight hundred two eight three one a one point five alright ladies what guy in your life are you shopping for this holiday season I know guys can be really really tough to shop for you know it's like we're big hairy beast we just grunt answers that you know what you want for dinner I don't know what you want I don't know so speaking of the Harry part what we all do almost all the shave and there's a really really nice gift idea bill and I have both for years now been fans of the shaving products from Harry's what about a gift from Harry's it's a gift that's both thoughtful but it's also practical and listeners of air show can.
"sam mark" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"I I just want to let you know how when the police stopped a black man so they walk up to the car they say Sir do you know why I stopped us an option where you have professional as a driver license give until they come back and say Sir do you live in this neighborhood I said no you come out a rather large you know play out a lot in my mind a Texas where you go I said I can't tell you when I'm gone because I tell you I get in trouble where you been I just yeah que que you there right where you need to know where you come across I said I just left your wife a demo tape that the twelve inch because dad said Maynard yeah that's why they pull job your your drive around twelve to check on him old guard hot and done weekday mornings five to ten AM on news radio okay LBJ what about John Jeffries and don prior warning just one update you on some happenings on the eight hundred block of Chestnut Street this is in the San Marcos San Marcos fire department investigating a propane tank explosion happened like a food trailer that sort of thing it was pretty loud in the maybe in a couple of a small propane tanks of one up in exploded so no evacuations no injuries but San Marcus police to say LBJ is closed at sesame drive chestnut is closed L. B. J. and forest is closed at LBJ this is in San Marcus or as they say in Taylor Texas San Marcos San Marcos it's been a rough morning Sam mark is a a bad record earlier yeah own shop and thirty five at one twenty three so it's been a little chaotic down there is that still a mess there let me look at the map US yeah but just one update you if you're seen some you know some though the flashing lights from first responders that's what's going on everybody's going to be okay it is seven forty nine here all the time to don show and also in the city of lake way they're hosting to public sessions this week on deer management helping people understand how the population impacts the area and how the city is moving forward with alternatives to which now former trapping program which caused a lot of controversy yesterday when a couple of video surfaced of deer being trapped inside nets that video right there was a mother she's didn't had lived here very long and she heard her daughter spotted one of these nets with the deer screaming and crying trying to get out of the net that is for that sparked a lot of controversy there were several Karen's that went to city hall and complex they wrote the mayor letter complaining about dear trapping being inhumane and all of that stuff but what's also in your main is allowing the deer population to get out of hand and people hit them with their cars and died themselves yeah exactly I mean this is management that has to happen it it does other what's a situation which really some would say the situation is already out of control you know but but it has to be managed somehow yeah that was I she will be tonight from six thirty to eight thirty they'll do another session tomorrow morning from nine to ten thirty yeah educating people of what they're gonna do going forward right to deal with the the growing deer population and like what and and and it is out and like way it's extraordinary has been for years but but as like wait continues to grow in the whole area continues to grow out there the deer obviously have less room to roam and on their own and safe in it and they're becoming you know more and more visible and more exposed and flourishing I did I just want to throw this out there for hunting friends out there I don't know if this is even a debatable issue deer season is limited rights yeah the end of the year there's a brief window when you can go out and shoot white tail deer should that be expanded good question I mean can it be is that something that's ever been a debatable item in the state of Texas to control the deer population a little bit more yeah I and I'm sure there are there more people the more people that that can answer that question but but whatever they cannot be allowed to just merely role more like chickens or port efforts have to be it the whole situation as to be carefully monitored carefully manage or we're gonna have a even a worse problem out there but not driving at night in that area man you have got to be completely on alert every three foot you drive yeah or or or it's it's a disaster waiting to happen and the best method is a two seventy three awaits with a nice nice scope to bring him in close yes that's the that's just my opinion efficient and I may be wrong but that's my opinion is sufficient you know that you get a lot of meat you freezer seven fifty one house Democrats they blocked an attempt by Republicans to have the whistle blower testified yesterday that impeachment enquiring public at Jim Jordan on fox just a few minutes ago he says the whistle blower should testify because that's the person complaining that started this whole this whole enquiring remember.
"sam mark" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Was going to be moved to Rikers island. Currently is in a minimum security prison in Pennsylvania to wake island in New York, which is so dangerous. He's going to be held in solitary confinement for his own protection off of the crime of working for the Trump campaign. That's exactly what this, you know what I mean. I mean he was he was charged with the real crime. But the only way that they got there was, hey, let's go after the Trump able. If they had not gone after the Trump people he would have been fine. I will you'll be pleased to know that New York City. Mayor Bill de Blasio and also a sad camp said candidate for the democratic nomination for twenty twenty who has no chance of ever winning assured us that Paul Manafort will get no special treatment beyond basic security measures at Rikers island. Yeah. He he's getting a former special treatment, he's been thrown in solitary, he's going to be treated as humanely as possible, like any other inmate in would have the same rights and responsibilities. Obviously, there are safety questions that have to be attended to. So he's so as you said, he's going to be put in solitary for his safety measures, but would no reason as to why is being moved to records which is a hell hole. It's so bad, that black lives matter, activists, Shaun king is defending Manafort and say, why are you doing this to this guy? I've, here's I have a question about this. Why is Paul Manafort? I realize there's anything directors. But why the solitary thing like now normally solitary confinement as we said yesterday when we I had heard about this punitive. Like, of course like Heathrow solitaire. You wanna make the miserable twenty four hours or something to punish them or or longer. I mean it's like it's, it's psychologically draining. Why, why would this protect them? Why is it for his own safety? Why isn't everybody in Rikers in solitary like is Paul Manafort uniquely at risk of being injured or hurt in, in Rikers, they do because of his connection to the president, that he would be? So that's an interesting thing. So why do they why do they think that why do they think that his connection to the president makes him a more likely target because we're back to Democrats believe their support criminals are all of our supporters of Democrats member, their base a criminals. That's why they want people in prison to be able to vote to me. It seems like the logical conclusions. All of this is like the way the media and, and, and sort of all the media specially has treated this president. They've already conditioned like the general public and prisoners specifically, I guess, to think of Trump and anybody associated with him as like, you know, Satan incarnate. Right. So. Humanize them to that extent. So this is kind of a product of the way that our press has treated Trump. Now they have to throw Paul Manafort in solitary when he arrived at Rikers for his own protection. It's a self fulfilling processes are a world. Well, Shaun king tweeted out. He said, I see people excited to see Paul Manafort sent to Rikers island and put in solitary confinement. One Rikers island should be closed down to solitary confinement. Should be ended. We must be so principled in our calls for reform that we want them, even for our enemies. Amen. Rikers island known for if, if you're not familiar with it brutal violence corruption gangs, some of the most most notorious criminal son is Sam Mark, David Chapman, they may who shot John Lennon. It's, it's just crazy. He also added it may be exciting to see someone of privilege being sent to a place where hundreds of thousands of us have been sent to, but it is still a hell hole that no one should have to go to even Paul Manafort. Alan Dershowitz, has a piece in FOX in the business section of peace, FOX dot com. Fox's commisson whatever the reason for the transfer. It seems like the selective application of the law for partisan purposes. The tactic of squeezing a potential witness by making his imprisonment unbearably harsh is generally reserved for mafioso terrorists, and other violent criminals who may have evidence against their bosses. I'm just glad to see that the government. It has made sure to treat him well throughout this process, obviously, to give him his just punishment. But at every step, they've made sure Paul Manafort was handled appropriately. The Justice is blind that it's not just out to hurt. You is not out to kick your door in at six o'clock in the morning and come rating, your house with guns is not to throw you on Rikers and solitary confinement. Offer the sin of working for Trump a weight. That's exactly what happened to Paul Manafort throughout this process. Dershowitz saying, this may actually even be illegal, what they're doing. So I I, I don't understand this and this is scary. Everyone listening to this, this is this should frighten. Everyone who knows that this is happening because this is wrong on every level. And you know what I would love to see that afford sue for, for a partisan treatment? But what is happening to him because it's really wrong. They're going to break this man or going to kill the Bill bar. Better. Get to the bottom of it. All I love to see some results from that.
"sam mark" Discussed on KGO 810
"An enormous amount of work that Richards done to take the notes in the memoirs and the letters much of it is not printed or you have to piece together because it's not in the final books because Libya's standing there reading it night, making sure that Mark that hers Sam Sam Clemens doesn't upset the family honour anymore than he already has by wasting all their money and his money, and everybody's money in the whole world knows he's four. All right. We're going to get him to Europe. They they stop in South Africa. He gets in trouble with C. So roads big deal. You'll have to read the book because it's funny we're on to London and they're arriving in the heat of August in London, and they're going to still haven't piled their way out of debts. And now comes the tragedy Suzy ovens is stayed back in New York, and she's a twenty three year old woman. Very highly strung what happens to our. Why does she why does she decline so quickly, Richard? Decline in dire. Has in die. What happens to that? I just need one little detail that they get their daughters have been cable to come over. And then they get the Clement Livian. Sam Mark Twain, get a cable back that there. There's been a delay, and Livy instantly census the worst and things that that Susie must be sick. And they board a ship and they're crossing the Atlantic. When Mark Twain gets word that his daughter Susie has died, and how did she die so quickly? What do we know spinal meningitis, and it it's not clear exactly how she caught it. But she declined very quickly. And what's the worst? For Mark Twain. He's alone. He never handles being alone. Well, at all he's alone in a rented house in a in a suburb and in England and his wife is in the middle of the ocean. And there's no technology in that era for him to reach her. So he knows that she's going to three or four days. See her brother like? Crying on the docks either their their friend, who's a minister weeping on the dock to having to tell her that Susie died, and he he just he's just over rod is just the actual scene is even more horrible because they don't get to the ship while it's in quarantine and Clara when she visits, the captain sees a headline that her sister's dead, and so she has to tell her mother, right. And that's the moment you believe that Livy started her decline. I do I do there's it's not really clear that Louis ever completely got her joy in life back. I mean there are moments that you can see later, but this is the decline in and she would be dead. Eight years later mean seven years later Livy as young and beautiful woman. There's a photograph in the book of her in her forties. She was a bells bell in her twenties. When Mark Twain Meridor eighteen seventy and he adored her and she adored him and apart. They were. They were not stable together. They could travel around the world, but this blow of losing their eldest daughter, Susie. They'd lost their son Langdon when he was nineteen months old that was an experience of the nineteenth century that families dealt with but losing Suzy without ever seeing or again, overwhelmed him and Clara Clara, let's speak well of her she lives into the nineteen sixties, Richard. And she's the one who is the she's the she's a perfect combination of mother and father. She has she has an ironic guy. But at the same time she protects the families owner, right? And she also basically had a lot of trouble being in the same room with their father after a while she realized for self-preservation, it was perhaps better to to live in Europe. When he lived in New York, let's pay the debts because that was the reason for the journey. Now, Richard is included in enormous amount of detailed ver- of counting for us to watch the debts back took me longer than anything else in the book. But I I was taking notes. All the time is they're paying the debts off by the time. They get to England. Libby Livy is keeping counts because she knows that market mislead her if she let's just generally by the they haven't paid it off in in England. But by the time, they get to Switzerland for the summer. She believes that there that they have now achieved an ability to pay their creditors off. But not not without Rogers, Richard. He's the hero of this hero. And it's so great that you see that. Because he really is. He he's the com mastermind of twain strategy to pay off his debts because actually the lecture tour paid off, you know, it's arguable. What number it is? But maybe it's half. Maybe whatever number it is. But what save twain was his complete works. Addition and twain had to rival publishers who weren't even speaking to other who are furious. Lahcen Harper's voice in Harper's. And they never would have agreed on a deal. And and Roger said that if he had only worked in publishing he never would have been in business. You want to kill. He just couldn't believe how difficult it was to make these men together. Malcolm, copper you understand. This is a master dealer, but publishing. Richard. And I both survive publishing. We're aware of the fact that Rogers finally figured it out. Okay. Five now Livvy will lead leave us gene will die on Christmas. Nineteen o nine about. I wanna pay attention to pay off all these debts because you've done such a wonderful at the moment the debts. He's off on other schemes rid, Richard. It's like you have to chain him to the wall before he gives money away your scream when they turn that chapter page and see if the top and then and then he said I reeled in the big fish today. Literally almost to the day that he knew he paid the debts off. He started looking for new investment. And you just can't you just want to hurt him. You wanna have time machine and stop him. But but then again, he's his own best character because that's exactly a comic novel. You would want a character. Well, he thinks that he's putting Ed Wilson to some of the times at one point. He comes up with a man comes up with a scheme to make blankets out of woolen peat moss. But luckily twain ran this idea of it was textile design copying textile like you can make a Rog and then make a second rug based machine. But anyhow, he ran it by h h Rogers and Rogers got an expert from Connecticut mill to say that it was a really stupid idea gonna make any money at Rogers helped him. Now Rogers did take the money that twain a cheese achieved. And then h h Rogers gives us a lesson in how you play the stock market between eighteen ninety nine and nineteen hundred Richard Rogers is not just a genius. He's everything the SEC thinks that it has to stop. He tripled the money for twain in about a year, but less, but what's interesting is. I didn't know this. When I started the research for the book, there was no insider trading laws than people date those to the securities act of nineteen thirty and no income tax either. That's the part. I like, you know, keep so Rogers wasn't really breaking laws. He was giving a perk to a friend Livy would find acceptable. I don't think living quite rely. That h tripled her husband's money is my guess he could. And then when when Rogers turns away or is not available immediately twain piles money into some something grew to sports, central Ruta, sports, central deep the mind that he buys. Yes. Staffer can mining stock any loses almost all of it quickly. In fact, probably is still out there and certificates finally the dinner at the Lotus club. This is after he's returned in in nineteen nineteen hundred hundred.
"sam mark" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"He won't want to admit it. I'm fascinated and I don't know how much of a glimpse we're going to get it. I absolutely fascinated to see what it is like for him to be on the outside looking in is he going to be tweeting if he going to do any TV if he going to disappear and not let us have glimp-. I, you know, again, people say, oh, he's gonna go bake movies. He's going to be miserable. At you know, in better than I is going be miserable being out of the playoff. And I don't care how much money you stack on a table. And I don't care how many movies he can make this summer. He's not gonna be happy being out of the playoffs. But in the grand scheme. I think the six months will help him. He probably needs it. He. He will probably come back next season with a vengeance. But what is today marks twenty seconds twenty third? I don't know who the who the second free agent going to be I don't know if they're gonna be able to trade France, and he Davis and those questions, you know, they they need one of them. I mean, they they gotta crave for Davis or they got us foreign free agency. And I just I don't see the free agent who has the Lakers at the top of their list right now. I just don't. Yeah. I I don't either. And the Davis thing I felt like they may have had a shot in the summer. Because I I firmly believe that Kyrie is not gonna be in Boston, which which then would not let Jason Tatum part of that deal in my opinion. So I felt the Lakers were back in the driver's seat. But then the unfortunate circumstances of Brandon Ingram happens, and my guess is and you would know better as far as the way other GM's would see that. That's probably someone that they're not interested in trading for at the moment. Considering his health situation. I mean that very well could have look the pelican first half to identify who's going to be making the decision, which they have it. You know, that's any fairies in the air right now. I do think any ferry has a decent shot shot at keeping that job. At least those the indications that that are in the mix as we speak could things change could someone emerge as a strong contender there. You know, we'll have to wait and see. But we don't even have clarity on that. And you know, I think there's a feeling now that this suddenly after you know, after yesterday is suddenly a two player draft because everybody's saw them rant and got so excited about what he did. Even though he probably shouldn't be billed as the prize. You know, the surprise that he is because he's doing it all year. And obviously, you know, he has he's the best point guard in this draft coming up, but it just the jest that there might be two picks that can be dangled forgave. It's not just the number one overall picks that would have New Orleans vary. Trusted, depending on where that goes. And if the team who lands in the top two in the draft wants to try to trade for Anthony Davis. So unfortunately, there probably too many variables for us to really give great answer again in late March. But I mean, the Lakers have plenty to be concerned about they they have no clear shot at Davis. And again of the top free agents in this league. I do not think the Lakers are number one. Any of those guys lists as Sam Mark Stein?.
"sam mark" Discussed on NASCAR on NBC
"But I mean to your earlier point like Larson only comes to those are generational talents. That I mean, there's only a couple of those every decade, right? Those are really distinct beyond that it's probably hard to discern who deserves it and who doesn't so. So do you think Bill Elliott paid for chase Elliott himself all the way to cut? Bill Elliott certainly had a role in putting chase Elliott in some Thank was you. saying. Kendrick hundreds you think he was paying under four million dollars to vote. He he definitely did not put jas Elliot and have that Ryan. You know? I mean, so did now was Bill. Elliott's their win and supporting hill. And and was he was he in a position to help him and his late model career and his car career. And all those things saying with Ryan, and and Dave days there at the beginning to help without a doubt. Right. And did they spend some money on their children to heal? Yeah. It's super late model level you have to do it. Right. You have to. I mean who who is going to sponsor, you know, for enough money that it takes to run a super late model. How often does that happen? Yeah. They were there at that level. But they had to prove they could do it. My dad paid for meter race late mall socks pay from meter race. Go karts my dad, and I with his money started the first xfinity grace I ever ran. He paid for. We had some sponsorship that helped us a great deal. But he. He made up the difference at the beginning of Mike spineta career. So, but no one looks back and says Jeff Burton made it because his dad never I heard that when I was nineteen but at fifty one no one ever says. Right. So here's so here's me. All right. So I see both sides of it. Here's me who because my father in his connections with local companies that were willing to help because of that relationship. I ran late models. I won races. I showed I could compete. We built an entity team. My second year fulltime exponentially at one driver for Sam Mark, but that was partially funded through my father. And then the third year I got hired to drive or someone. But had a sponsor that believed in me and believed in a program. We put together that made that happen. So on the result of my father, helping me I'm a result of a sponsor believe in me and putting a program together that worked. And then now miraculously I'm the driver that was making money driving a race car without that help. I'm not there. Sure. Like, Dale shoot or not here today. So, but no one ever says to me at fifty one your result because you're a rich kid that his dad happened to have money. Maybe if Twitter had been around in the night, it would have been different on. I just don't my point is the debate and discussions have been spawned by Moffitt, solder and everything. And while the not it there's been a constant here in in. This is nothing new. Yeah. And and I lost that explicitly ride, by the way at the end of a year in which the sponsor wasn't coming back. And there was someone that had a sponsor that could come in fill my role drive the race car. And I'm out because he had a sponsor, and I didn't and. It's a guy that we all know that I raised against forever that one Cup races. No one ever says Moore, you're just you'll this even belong to be here because it's the way of the world, man. I lost my sponsor, and he had one and I lost my ride. That was that was in God that was a long time ago. You know what I mean? So, but that's not to say as I am not in any way, saying that the conditions today the expense to do it has driven corporations away has driven them looking into other opportunities. How else can we be allowed that a sport the sports still a very effective still very effective way to be to market? It's still very effective way to do it. But it's it's changed the dynamic in. How why are they here how they hear? What are they doing when they get here? The elevating costs to run a truck program to run an extremely program is a major issue that is contributing to the things we're talking about right now today, but it's not a new conversation by any means wanted to get to that NASCAR being in transition financially and certainly looking at new things for.
"sam mark" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Rashawn frederick. He's gotta make presence felt resigned veggies has too many in the skill setback in order to do just about nothing. The last several games eighty four sixty one Cincinnati. That's the first time in six games that Sean Fredericks is scored. Gary and Jackson jump stop to the low goes to a little scoop shot and puts it in L to on the joystick. I mean, he hop step to the side and avoid at the total. Entire defense got ten points. His previous career high was six eighty four sixty three. Logan Johnson between the circles hunting right hand dribble. Foulland extended right Keith nine sees it down low for Frederick's. He lays it up just pushed himself to the defense. Keep Williams finding Fredericks easy layup. Eighty six points on the board for Cincinnati. Eighty six sixty three is the score Joyner with a shake and bake dribble into the corner for current Scott the Charlotte transferred driving toward the whole. He's under the bucket. Lobs it outside the three point line. Darren Jackson, Mississippi three Frederick says the rebound gun to the link to the floor Diarra with the catch. It gets knocked out of bounds by dairy Jackson. Mamadu run in the floor like the deer that he is that boggles up for the blackout. What that ball was secured. He ran. He's the first guy down to floor. Hey, Ronda, applause for Justin Jennifer is he comes out of the game with one fourteen to go having tied his career high with eighteen points. Dished out four assists. He has had a great game. And he'd really carried this team for stretches. You talk about the second half, really blowing. It open Tulsa calls at thirty second time out perhaps to get some walk don's in something of that nature. One fourteen left eighty six sixty three Cincinnati. It changed it to a fulltime out. So. Just to see what just Jennifer did what is three point shooting. I really liked the fact that we talked about this and bearcat inside of the other day where when he throws the ball. He becomes the two guards pass the ball to combat. He gets out of the way in Cumberland draws so much attention. Everybody is watching him. And he has the ability that nowhere his players are shooters LeBron James as Saint feature where if our penetrate, I know if I is our calls where my shooters are. And he's been finding him and he's been rewarding and by knocking down shops. All right, one third tale Bank, one fourteen to go if you are Sam Martin, John coz, you try to get as close as you can to coach grown in the huddle. So he notices you at Buffum make him yell at me curse at me. And then I'll have my jersey off my warm up off ready to go in. I mean, these guys are they don't even have their warm-ups off. You got to force the issue. You gotta turn to the student section wave your hands start. Talking. My name a little bit. One fourteen remaining eighty six hundred sixty three in favor of the Bearcats. Cincinnati about to be tells for the sixth consecutive time. At the coaches sodium today, Dan, one of the ladies was asking about the criteria by plane walk on. And this is exactly what goes on and said, he doesn't. The not walks Bearcats lobbied into the middle of the lane. Nice catch by. He missed the shot. But Logan Johnson sores grabs the rebounded sticks. It back in. No look overhead hook shot only offense rebound white minutes ago. Eighty eight sixty three Cincinnati Gary Jackson dribbles behind the back feeds it to a cutting current Scott, we'll bring it back outside the three point line. Trevor more defense now to forty nine seconds to go Jackson passing to a cutting Hewitt shot was blocked by Frederick's. But a foul is called on Sean and here, come the bear catwalk. God's Sam Martin and John codes. Fans have been waiting on this. If I'm coming in. I'm not trying to slow it down and hold the ball in half court. I'm coming down give me a quick pick. And I'm shooting this right now matter of fact, coz you and I gonna play to man game everybody else. Get out of the way Hewitt's foul shot is no good. That was his first attempt of the season. Nice round of applause for Sam Bartman, John cows, they replace Keith Williams and Trevor more. Let's see if it's like several years ago on senior night when they ran a play. Co-pay I play of the game. How good for Peter Hewitt. They rented for time and scored a nice bus basket against Houston. Awesome. Eighty eight sixty four Cincinnati Logan Johnson. Dribbling into the front court feeds it to the low block and Mali Diarra Diarra turns to faces defender. Now dribbles into the lane. Pump fakes goes up had the ball knocked out of bounds. By Tulsa, twenty nine point six left in the game fourteen seconds on the shot clock. Now, mama duty are being reminded. Hey, the walk in. He's like. These the plan time to shoot it pros triples outside the three point line, ten seconds left to shoot hands. It off for Logan Johnson. Six left issue Johnson. Passing four Sam Mark. He's gonna have to launch one eight blocks. That's a thirty second violates so rookie mistakes. Logan johnson. Gotta realize he's trying to run a pick and roll with mama do, but that's not who you run a pick and roll for you wanna pick and step back for the walk on eight hundred sixty four that's tells the brings it up for a possible. Final shot. Ten seconds to go Elisha Joyner outside the arc her and Scott for three shot is no good. John Cho's puts a rebound on the scoresheet. And the buzzer sounds the Bearcats beating up on television tonight, eighty eight to sixty four from the beginning, Dan. This was the one of the best gains Bearcats a play very sound throughout. I mean you connect on fourteen of twenty nine three point shots, very efficient. Cincinnati shooting. Forty eight percent overall. Make that forty nine percent overall. Forty eight percent from outside the arc and the Bearcats. Pete tells by twenty four again, the final score eighty eight sixty four in favor of Cincinnati. Stay tuned for the post game show coming up from the CBS broadcast table..