35 Burst results for "Stein"
Ed Ryan: The Damage Done in Fort Myers
"Thank goodness you and your wife are safe, but I know you must be heartbroken. Your broadcast location beach talk radio, that restaurant is gone, right? Where we were broadcast, we actually live by the airport, Mike, but our show was broadcast down on Fort Myers beach at what's called Pete Stein. It's called beach dock ready. We're there for four years. And what happened was Mike the storm surge was 15 or so feet and it came up over the gulf came up over the beach, sucked all the restaurants out and they're all in the Gulf of Mexico now. It was Mike, it was a nuclear bomb was dropped on Fort Myers beach. The pictures that everybody is seeing do not do it justice. It's a body search now because a lot of people decided they were going to stay. We had the fire chief one last night and they're going door to door and they're finding our Friends. They're finding our neighbors and it's an incredible catastrophe.
The Beginning of 'Trump's Virtues' by Tom Klingenstein
"Listening to what was being said Thomas clung and Stein is the chairman of the institute I don't believe I've ever met him Perhaps I did many decades ago But he gave a short address It was short address In July That was sent to me by a friend and it caught my attention I don't always listen to these but I listen to this And I think it's going to be a wonderful treat for you So we're going to start the program with this We'll have to take a break then we'll complete it And then we'll jump in with both feet But I think this is a very very important very important statement So call the family around if he can turn your cars or in your trucks just put the volume up here we go cut 28 Go Many leading Republicans and conservatives want someone other than Donald Trump to run for president in 2024 They say we need someone with Trump's virtue But without his vices fair enough but this formulation does not get us very far unless we have a proper accounting of his virtue Other Republicans say some version of I like Trump's policies but I don't like the rest of him This gets it almost backward Although Trump advanced many important policies it is the rest of him that contains the virtue that inspired the movement Trump was born for the current crisis The life and death struggle against a totalitarian enemy I call woke communism
Todd Starnes Explains Last Week's Absence
"America, Todd steins here. Yeah, I'm the host of the program. You may have forgotten that. I've been out for about what four or 5 days, super thank you and I'm incredibly grateful to the great team here and to the host. We had Steve gill, Barry Walters, and Jeff Kant who filled in. I don't know what it was, but I got smacked by some sort of upper respiratory, the sinus stuff, and it was just very unpleasant, and so I thought, you know, I need to take some time off and I hate doing that because I love hanging out with you guys. But thank you for thank you for the kind words and the thoughts and the prayers over the past several days. Good to be back. And honestly, even if I had been sick, I would have crawled back into the news bunker and because we've got so much to talk about today.
"stein" Discussed on Hay House Meditations
"And moving your awareness into your neck and shoulders. Curious about any tightness or heaviness there. Any sensation at all and breathing into your neck and shoulders. And breathing out. And down into your arms and hands. Aware of
Man Cave Conservatism With Darren Beattie
"Switching gears a little bit with you that you've got a piece up now at revolver dot news. And you're talking about Dave portnoy. Now, for folks who don't know, Dave portnoy, he is the head of barstool nudes, or he was the head and then they sold to this online gambling firm years ago, but he still sort of figurehead of the organization, one of the founders. And in your piece, and we've got the graphic here. It says that Dave portnoy is embarrassing himself already. And you're getting into this thing with between Dave portnoy and Alex Stein. And I think we have clipped 60. We actually have a clip of Alec comedian right wing comedian Alex Stein getting into it. Not even with portnoy, but he had some comments. I think it was a Las Vegas city council meeting to play clip 60 guys. And I get fed alcohol, and I get entirely way too intoxicated. I go to the ATM, I use my credit card. They make it very accessible to be able to gamble in my credit card. You know this merry Goodman. They make it absolutely incredibly accessible councilman to be able to take all I have. And now I got to go back to Clearwater, Florida, and I have nothing. Okay, so he's talking about gambling and he's making a joke about that. And sort of a meta joke about that's essentially what Las Vegas is. And we have the image up now that you guys made from revolver dot news on portnoy and signed and this whole bit, but let me ask you about this, is what is the difference here between what the new right is all about and what barstool conservatism is about and why did this incident we've got a couple of minutes left, why did this incident really highlight that? That's a great question. And to be perfectly honest, the term itself barstool's conservative is quite new to me. I'm just learning about it and my understanding is the kind of precise genealogy origin of it is meant to sort of convey this demographic theoretical demographic of people who are basically not socially conservative at all who are somewhat against wokeness, political correctness. And so forth. So fair enough. But yeah, abortion, that kind of thing. So fair enough. I would also throw out their man cave conservatism. No, that's the image that comes to my mind
Montgomery College Internship Disallowed White Applicants
"And that's a problem. If you're wanting a job at Montgomery college, in Maryland. So campus reform, the author of this great piece, Sterling Mosley. Writing that the university was looking to hire two faculty interns. Again, this is a community college in Maryland, and there was a requirement that the interns be minorities. Now it's a little weird. Yours truly, Todd steins is proud to be a hockey. A person of the Caucasian persuasion. A saltine American, if you will. We don't like to say that the cracker C word on my apologies. Were we able to dump that? Oh, we did. Okay, my apologies. So, the C word. You all right there. I know, I had to fall out of my chair. Saltine American. So anyway, campus reform got a hold of this. And they're like, wait, wait, what? You're only non white. If you are not a white person, you are not allowed to apply for the job. So it's like you show up, you've got a nice Brooks brothers suit and tie and you walk in there and your hair is combed and you smell nice. You smell good. The old spice. You got the shoes polished. Oh man, we're triggering people all over the place right now. You'll walk in there and you've got your resume and you're on time. For the interview. Which is very racist, judo. You walk in there on time and you hand over your resume and they don't even bother to look at it and they said, sorry, you're white.
AOC Confronts Troll Calling Her His 'Favorite Big Booty Latina'
"I don't know if you guys know who prom times Stein is if you look him up on the YouTube piece of comedian and he's incredibly funny and he is the biggest conservative troll ever. And I love it because he started trolling at city council meetings, I believe city council meetings where he would go and he would give ridiculous rap songs. He would play these characters and do all types of things in these meetings where the city's required to allow citizens to speak. And that's how he would be able to convey his messages of disdain or messages of necessary improvement for the city. He would convey them those videos will be entertaining and go viral. Now he's taking a troll into another level because now he's flying to D.C. and he's trolling people and he's exposing the Democrats and finally we have somebody on our side that's willing to be a massive troll against the left is lunatics. So I want y'all to see how him and AOC kind of bump heads. I believe she was walking to the capitol building and he said some things to her that I thought was absolutely hilarious, given the fact that he's a comedian, it was the perfect troll to get AOC to engage. And then we're going to listen to what AOC said about the interaction and how she plays the victim every time words are coming out of her mouth. Let's play the first clip with prom's time Stein. AOC, my favorite big booty Latina. I love you, AOC. You're my favorite. She wants to kill babies, but she's still beautiful. You look very beautiful in that dress. You look very sexy. Look at that booty on AOC. That's my favorite big booty Latina. My favorite AOC, nice to meet you ASC. Look how sexy she looks at that dress. Oh, I love it, AOC.
"stein" Discussed on The Essential Oil Revolution
"Welcome to the essential oil revolution. I'm your host Samantha Lee Wright. Today on our program, we're going to dive deep into a really amazing story of triumph. One of those stories that really encapsulate what this show is about empowerment and education. Our guest today, Amy Stein shares her journey of going from basically bedridden and super skeptical of everything essential oils and whoo whoo to healthy vibrant and fully empowered by the plant world. She shares tons of stories and oily tips. We'll get there in a moment, but first allow me to share my favorite essential oil story from the past week. I know a lot of you are traveling this summer, and so I wanted to share this story from a friend who will remain anonymous, but it is a story to help those who suffer from airplane anxiety. So if you have a hard time getting on airplanes, then try this recipe out in a capsule, put 5 drops frankincense and two drops Melissa. Fill the rest up with olive oil and use as needed. You can also try it with just the frankincense. I hope that helps you if you suffer from airplane anxiety. I know it helps my friend out a ton. All right, now let's pull a recipe out of our DIY dugouts. Today's recipe comes from generally periculum at essentially dot Jenna Lee. That's JE in a L E E and I hope I'm pronouncing your name right generally. Her recipe is called aunt be gone spray. To make the aunt be gone spray in a four ounce glass spray bottle, fill a quarter of the way with witch hazel and then add ten drops spearmint and ten drops peppermint essential oil. Fill the rest of the bottle with distilled water and then spray to the site twice a day for three days. She calls this amp be gone spray and not ant killer spray because it doesn't actually kill the ants, but rather redirects their path. I've used this in a truly works to get rid of ants. Thanks so much for your recipe, Jenna Lee, if you have your own recipe, please submit it to our dugout, email us at DIY at revolution oils podcast dot com..
Is It Ethical to Purchase an EV Lithium Battery Powered Vehicle?
"And I believe this was post a climate depot which is a fantastic site This was written by Ronald Stein Is it ethical to purchase a lithium battery powered electric vehicle Listen you're going to learn something like I did I never knew this before With numerous state governors having issued executive orders to phase out the purchasing of gasoline driven cars within the next decade or so The automobile manufacturers efforts to phase into only manufacturing EVs or electrical vehicles Here's some food for thought about the lack of transparency about so called clean energy exploitations You ready There's virtually Well let me just put it to you They have an image that you can't see obviously The top image is an oil well where 100% organic material is pumped out of the ground taking up around 500 to a 1000 ft² Then it flows and pipeline safely transporting the oil to refineries to be manufactured into useful oil derivatives That are also the basis of more than 6000 products for society 6000 And into transportation fuels needed by the world's heavyweight and long-range infrastructures of aviation merchant ships cruise ships and militaries The lower image they show which again you can't see is just one lithium supply mine where entire mountains are eliminated Each mine usually consists of 35 to 40 humongous 7 9 7 caterpillar hall trucks along with hundreds of other large equipment Each 7 9 7 caterpillar hall you've seen on their massive Uses around half a million gallons gallons of diesel a year
How Republican Consultants Are No Different to Democrats
"Can you talk Terry on how these Republicans, they have these consultants that put these little sound bites and they wear camouflage, but in reality, they are no different than Democrats when it comes to policy. No, that's exactly right, Charlie. The Republicans will get all these interviews right and they ask us, well, why isn't this trust more of the Republican led culture wars? What Republican led culture wars? We have been on the defense for so long. And the reason we have this Charlie is because of these campaign consultants. They talk a good game. They get their candidates to say good things. But when it comes time to actually doing it, they do nothing. And you have to look no further than president Trump, right? President Trump became pro life basically yesterday and did more in his administration than all of the previous Republican presidents ever. He was the most pro life president period. And it was just because he was naive and did actually what he said he was going to do. I don't think he was naive, but you know, he said what he was going to do and he did what he said. And it's just so telling these guys think they can pull the wool over and ultimately it's anti American, right? Like you have to be a real pessimist in voters. You have to be a pessimist in the American people to think that you can lie to them and that they're just going to vote according to your lies. And they're not going to actually fact check and look into the stuff themselves. And that's part of our role at APP. It's to educate people about what's actually happening. Yeah, it's so important.
Terry Schilling on Defeating a Gender-Bending Republican
"Terry Schilling. I spent a whole week with Terry in Las Vegas, but we were not doing what you might think we would be doing in Las Vegas, right, Terry. We were reading old books and talking about philosophy. It was with the great Claremont institute. It was in Vegas, I guess, because it was the only place they could find on the West Coast that would be open and actually has the hotel capacity, but Terry Schilling runs a phenomenal organization that everyone needs to get behind, and they do such a great job. And American principles project and they also have a pack and Terry, you have a great article out defeating this gender bending Republican will help protect American women nationwide, walk us through it. Well, Charlie, for the last several years, we've seen the Republican Party completely acquiesce to the LGBT movement. They started with getting Republicans to support the equality act, which just for your viewers and listeners. It would put sexual orientation into gender and gender identity into civil rights law. It's a total nightmare. Men and girls showers, men and women sports, men and women's prisons. It's a total nightmare. Well, along the way, the Republicans who are soft on this stuff came up with a quote unquote compromise bill. And it's called the fairness for all acts. And they say that they have religious freedom protections in it. So what we wanted to do this year is make politicians Republicans pay a price for supporting this law. And Nancy mace is one of the last Republicans on this bill. Charlie, we've actually, this bill is so extreme that we've actually gotten more moderate members off of this bill. Good. Claudia tenney is off of it. There are several others I'm just blanking on them right now. But we've gotten 5 members of Congress off of this bill, including at least stefanik. That's the highest profile Republicans gotten on off of it. But Nancy mace is still on him. In this bill would put men and women's prisons, men and women's sports, it would put men and women's locker rooms. The whole shebang. And we
What Alex Stein Saw at the 'Drag Your Kids to Pride' Event in Dallas
"Viral video over the last couple of days. We covered extensively yesterday of the drag show for kids in Dallas, Texas, there's one man who actually went to the or tried to go to intervene and be an adult and do what was actually necessary. That's Alex Stein number 99. I think I got that right. He's hilarious. Alex, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Charlie, your alleged, oh my gosh, you're calling me 99. I feel like I made it, you know, the man in the myth the legend Charlie, thank you for having me on. I really appreciate it. Your reputation precedes you. The thing when you went to the school board meeting in Dallas is one of the funniest things I've seen in a very long time. And so you went to this drag show, they didn't let you in, so they're obviously, I don't know, homophobic or something, like walk us through this. Well, listen, this is the thing about this drive show. And you know, in our culture right now, they're doing the drag queen story time at the public library. Now, that's disgusting. That's terrible, Charlie. But at least that's out in the open. What this was, this is more sinister than that because they had a clear window and once they did it, they put paper over the window. So they didn't want people in there. And obviously we did get some major provocateurs, Taylor Hansen got in, although Isabel O'Reilly, a few people did get in that where I was in a group with. But they immediately recognized me and didn't let me in. But what I'm saying is Charlie, this had the vibe of when you're in college and the drug dealer gives you the first drug. The first drug is always free and the drug culture, you know? It's like your first hit, like, come to a bar, but the reason why it was so sinister is they were attacking children. Now, listen, if you're gay, you're trans you're drag queen, whatever, go do that in your own time. You don't need to involve little children. So what this was is, this was pure indoctrination, Charlie. And this was an attack on these children, and it gave me the vibrational energy that they were almost feasting on the purity and vulnerability of these children, and they were loving it. Like, you know, like a vampire, like a Dracula almost.
"stein" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"The warriors win, they are dynastic to go to the finals 5 times in a row and 6 times in 8 years. He's got all the numbers. He's got two regular season MVPs. I am not I and I consider myself a pretty devoted NBA historian. I am not going to sit there and circle. Oh my God, no finals, MVP. And here's everything. He legit is so selfless. And his attitude, his leadership, his the joy that the guy brings to the job is such a big reason Golden State has had the success they've had. I am convinced he would sign a document right now. He would he would give the Finals MVP to clay or whoever else it is. If it meant another championship, I he wants to win it yes, he doesn't like this conversation. I'm sure it bothers him on some level. But he'd rather have rigged number four than Finals MVP number one. And then you talk about Hall of Famers on this team and clay and staff and draymond. What about Kerr? Is he a Hall of Fame coach? No question. I mean, he's already there. Three championships in 5 years as a coach, the way the basketball Hall of Fame works you either get in as a player or a coach or Bill Russell is in as both all the rings that Kerr one is one of the best role players we've ever seen. That's not going to help him on the coaching front. But three championships is automatic. He is a Hall of Fame layup as a coach. And what does he do to make this all work? Do you think, Mark? When you listen to draymond green and you hear the buy in that Kerr has from draymond green that tells you everything you need to know. I mean, I always say this. I stole this from a former GM this formula, but I love to claim it as my own. When you're coaching in the NBA, the most important thing is your towel. But the second most important thing is buy in. And if you are a coach and can get buy in, you're X and O acumen doesn't even that is a distant third. You can always find assistance who are X's and O's mavens to help you fill in those gaps. But buy in is so crucial and just curves the way he relates to players from stars to the 8th, 9th man and the rotation, which is what Kerr was at various stages of career 6, 7th, 8th, 9th, man. Hers ability to relate to all different kinds of players and get that buy in. There's nothing better. And on the same by the same token, that's what's made email docu first season in Boston such a success. He came in there with a very hard edge and very demanding approach for a first year coach and look at the buy and he has from this Celtics team. I mean, they are responding to him better than they did Brad Stevens and Brad Stevens was a very accomplished coach. And it's made all the difference. So nothing Trump's talent you have to have in the NBA you need great players more than more than any other sport because it's only 5 on 5 and one guy can change the equation so much, but the buy and piece you just can't overstate it. Mark Stein, the Stein line on Twitter, check out his must read Stubbs substack to catch on not just his thoughts on the finals, but everything going on in the NBA every single day, right here on the rich eisen show. You mentioned, you know, you don't and what he's been able to do as a first year head coach. Brad Stevens going into the front office and seeding the stage for you DOCA and then making some maneuvers to put this team in position, but there was no position at all once the calendar turned. They look terrible. We weren't thinking finals. You're thinking playing tournament game maybe for this team. When did it all click? You got a good story about when it started to click and why? I'm in line with everybody else who is struggling to figure it out. Now the east opened up to some degree because Brooklyn and Philly never reached their massive potential. And Milwaukee in the end didn't have Chris Middleton and that was a factor. But I don't want to I don't want to take too much away from this Celtics team because you know what? I also, you know, as much as I said at the top, how much I believe in playoff experience. I do believe in basketball karma too and the Celtics went all out for number two and the bucks kind of settled into the three seed and going for number two met you were going to have to play Brooklyn in the first round and the Celtics faced that challenge. Groomed the nets into the off season really impressively and they were rewarded. They had game 7 at home against Milwaukee. Is that paid off? And look, it is one of the remarkable stories because we never see teams. I mean, they were 25 and 25 and to be 550 games or the last time a final team was able to do that was way back in 1981 when the Dell Harris and Moses Malone rockets were only 40 and 42 and made it all the way to the final. I mean, it's been a long time since we've seen a team do this. But the reality is their defense is that good. And the reason people like me said don't even think about breaking up Jayson Tatum and jaylen Brown just don't even think it even though we talked about it AD nauseam. They are the prototypical wings and today the NBA, they're both super long. They play it both ends. They're the kind that that's the 6 8 to 6 ten guy who can play it both ends. That's what everybody in the NBA wants to play the two, the three and the four. You can play multiple its position with MBA. Do not break those guys up, give them every chance to succeed that you can and Boston has been rewarded for that. Mark Stein here on the rich eisen show, let's talk about what's going on with the other 28 clubs right now. The Lakers, you on your substack, terrific reporting about what darvin Hamm was able to extract from the Lakers front office and in a way that Frank Vogel was not assurances of what he can do to set up shop and make it his own shop..
"stein" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Or towards the end of his New England tenure when he was starting to get out there. Remember when he first started getting out there with like his TB 12 system and what's he Hawking? Like what's going on? Now it's everything. Now he's got everything. Now he's got his own NFT, he's got this. He's got that. He's clothing brand. Tears. He is now a brand in himself, which he never was for the first 15, maybe, you know, 17 years of his career. It kind of started with the Tom versus time thing. He kind of got a glimpse. He's letting you in behind the curtain. Okay, this is kind of a cool guy. He's not a robot. He's gonna, I mean, he's gonna crush it. It was so much fun spending time with all four of those guys. And, you know, they played 12 holes, which is smart. Smart to not play 18. Well, I mean, it couldn't. Well, they started getting dark. But just smart. Grind it too. Come on, you're getting someone else's ball. Josh Allen was playing fast. He was hitting one ready. Josh Allen. Just by the way, he plays football. Sometimes you'd be like, Josh, like don't run it again. Don't jam it down someone's thrown again. Slide Josh slide. It's sometimes you're on defense. You're trying to take on the bills. It's just like you can't catch your breath. That's why he plays golf. That was fun. How about him having his ball had Brady's combine? That was awesome. And he's like, yeah, there's a ball that Brady doesn't have, right? Right? And then I think Brady said, I've got one that Josh Allen, and I'm a Lombardi on it. Come on. He's like, Josh. Just great. It was great. It was a lot of fun watching the broadcast and damn it, am I gonna have to like JJ watt now? You should. You should always. You always should. He's funny. Well, you know, Chris, he probably had this. You know, he always thinks that JJ does stuff that's pre planned and fake and whatever. A little extra, but he was awesome on the brush. He's tortured. Just great. Just great. So well done. And, you know, we'll do what we've done in the last several matches is come up with like, who should be the next four? Oh, I got to take on that. Bill Hader is joining us on the program. And Mike Trout commissioner Trump. Pardon me. Spoke about his role as the commissioner of the league that's as famous as any fantasy league has ever been in jock Peterson and Tommy Pham. Did you see how we found out how much the buy in was? I know what the buy in is now. There's a report on the buy in and who else was in the league and trout spoke yesterday in Yankee Stadium. And this was not because of it was already preordained that he was speaking. Because he's going to Philly next, which is his right is home area. And so long story short, we'll be all over this again. I have a hot take about that. Okay, that'll be great. And then the top 5 NFL storylines that I have absolutely talked myself into believing. I can't wait for that. Okay. Because there's definitely because it's the top of June and we've got 98 days now until the NFL season begins in the top 5. NFL storylines that I've talked myself into believing. Over the last several months of this show. Okay, so let's take a break when we come back the great Mark Stein to set things up on tonight's NBA Finals game one do not go anywhere. That's how we're rolling on this Thursday show. Back here in the rich eisen show terrestrial radio network along with NBC sports on peacock and SiriusXM channel 85, our Odyssey listeners as well enjoyed this man's work for so many years with ESPN and the Dallas morning news in The New York Times right now you can catch all of his work on his must read substack page Mark Stein substack dot com at the Stein line himself on Twitter, the NBA Hall of Famer Mark Stein here on the rich eisen show, the day the NBA Finals tips off in San Francisco. How are you, Mark? Now that I got my phone on, I'm good. Okay, good. That's good. We need to talk. It's all good. I'm glad that your phone is on. What is the overarching storyline you think of this NBA Finals? What is your, what is your bag on this one, Mark? What do you think? I think a lot of people are going to have their eye on Stephen Curry in the whole thing about is he finally going to win his first Finals MVP and if the warriors win, it's hard for me to imagine a scenario that he does. But really in my curiosity getting started is it's all on the Boston side because they have no finals experience. And I do think it matters. This stage, it just is different. There is nothing like it, even doing media day yesterday is it's just a different world that they've stepped into and when you combine the uncertainty about how they're going to react to the stage, the uncertainty about the health of both Robert Williams and Marcus smart. And then there's the stylistic adjustment of Golden State just plays like nobody else with all the motion with all the offensive randomness. So there's a lot to adjust to. And I really want to see how Boston handles all that, because their defense is the best that Golden State will see the season. But again, there is a learning curve here and we're going to see how fast they cope with it. So, you know, it's interesting you mentioned curry first off because of the fact that Iguodala was an MVP one year Durant, another and he has yet to win one and that leads to the legacy conversation for curry. What is his legacy now? And what would it be how would it be affected do you think by a championship and an MVP in these NBA Finals? Well, I'm in the camp that actually says that it's a lot of nonsense and it's a lot of talk show fodder and it doesn't really matter to his legacy. I don't think his legacy is dependent on a Finals MVP trophy. And I was one of the voters the year that Iguodala won in 2015. I have zero remorse about being one of the 7 people who voted for Iguodala in that final he absolutely changed the tenor of that series at two one down to a Cleveland team that at that point had lost Kevin Love and lost Kyrie Irving the warriors were teetering and Iguodala moved in the starting lineup changed the series and in my mind fully deserved that Finals MVP. And the reason people are so hung up on 2015 is because we didn't know in 2015 that Kevin Durant was going to show up two years later and win the next two finals MVPs and now Steph doesn't have one. But he is such a revolutionary as a shooter. This would be championship for.
David Gergen on Running the Nixon Speech Writing Team
"You know, when you came back, when you came back in the speech writing process when I was a young lawyer, it was staffed around. I remember the chief justice of the United States at that time in associate council, arguing with Peggy noonan. That was a murderous row of speechwriters over which we had Bill sapphire and Ray Price and Pat Buchanan. And Nixon. Yeah, and then John McLaughlin came in for a lead in the game with Nixon, but he was around for a while. Ben Stein. It was a terrific group. It was about 50 people. If you look at speechwriting and their sports staff and then the research staff and then we also headed the letters and so correspondent section. So it was about 50 people there. And I ran that for a while.
Will the Left Come After Comedian Alex Stein?
"stein" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"Now what's funny is I keep always dancing to this music and then the producers told me that the only people that can hear the music or the radio people so that people watching the video can't actually hear the music and just see me dancing to nothing. So that was a really great turn of events. Sorry for everybody that had to witness that. You guys, speaking of fun situations like music, I have a fun guest for you, Alex Stein. If you haven't heard of him prime time, 99 Alex Stein, Jackson. I can't even see that on the radio. I'm already going crazy, Morgan. Oh my goodness. Well, thank you. Thank you for taking time. If you're very busy day, you're a small businessman, and an Internet sensation apparently. So praise B, thank you for joining. That is true. And as my sister and Christ, I appreciate being here. And let me tell you something. Being a viral sensation is not easy. It's a lot of pressure and a lot of people have been like, oh, Alex, you know, it's congratulations on all your success or your viral videos. Going viral is a terrible thing Morgan because now I'm like, what am I gonna do next? I've already worn women's swimwear to a city council meeting and like I'm literally gonna have to jump in a fire and light myself on fire next. I just don't know the pressure is it's overwhelming sometimes. Oh my God, okay, so if people are listening and are aware, he's very satirical. And that's the whole point, Alex Stein is hilarious and goes and makes fun of the crazy lefties, the wokeness at city council meetings and government public hearings where you can speak directly to your representatives. And so Alex don't hate me, but I have a clip that I want to show of you and the women's bathing suit. So if we could play that producers. Hello, how are you guys doing, counsel? So my name is Alexandria Stein. And I'm here today to call out transphobia here in Plano. I'm currently being restricted from swimming in the city of planet swim league against the women, even though it's clear that I reassigned my gender last week, like for example, do I look like a man? Obviously a not. This is a woman, but they're not going to let me swim and compete against the ladies because they're transphobia. So what I need you guys to do is I need you to wake up. We have champions like Leah Thomas. She's an NCAA champion. The best swimmer in college today. I can't get a scholarship unless I'm able to send a recruiting tape to these colleges. So they say, oh, oh, you have an unfair advantage Alexandria. What looks like? Does this look like an unfair advantage to you? Alex, can you explain what that was there? Okay, Morgan. So what that is, that's a crazy man that was dropped on his head as a child that has a lot of social issues and what he decided was is he going to do what is called culture jamming is and where we take the most absurd parts of our culture and we jam it in the public's face to try to bring awareness to how crazy the world has become. So people are like, oh, Alex, you're a genius. I am not. That is your connection to your indication that I have a mentally ill. I'm not a genius. I'm just willing to push the envelope and do anything for attention because we got to bring attention to some of these issues like first of all, I don't want to be considered transphobic at all. You know, I'm not that, but just imagine we're letting a guy that swim on the woman's team for three years. Take a year off and then compete against the women at the highest level of the NCAA and for me, I think that's ridiculous because think about all the girls that spent their entire life in a swimming pool. I think that goes against women's rights. So it's really just, I'm just highlighting the absurdity. But I'm just putting a mirror to the crazy world that we all live in. I think that's a really great way of putting it. And people think oh, he's just a jokester and he'll do things that are crazy and put on a women's bathing suit. And I feel bad for the radio people that weren't able to see that. But you truly were standing in a public government building and a woman's bathing suit. And I think that it's actually just so righteous of you to do something like this. And I really appreciate that you're doing it because it may seem like a women's issue and like a small thing of we have to protect women's sports, but to me I see it as, first of all, this is protecting objective truth. We have to have some basis of reality. And so this is not just a little issue of all women deserve fair competition in the little sports thing so they can also win trophies. I've heard conservative conservative men say things like that. It's just a little issue and culture we shouldn't be focusing on it. First of all, it's not a little issue. It is protecting objective truth, and I'm glad you're doing that. And second, why are we leaving it to women to have to save and protect these issues all alone? These should be things that men in the movement are also focusing on and taking care of and leading the voice and conversation on. I'm sorry, but you can't put women out there and be like, well you guys got to go handle your own problems. I think men, especially in the conservative space like you need to be doing this. And so I'm glad that you're leading that charge. Thank you for doing that. Do you feel like that's a responsibility of yours? Well, honestly, yeah, I mean, I don't want to sound like they say in the conservative world, there's the anti feminism, but no, I think men should be responsible for lifting up and protecting, that's just natural. That's the natural order of society. But this is where people say, oh, it's a small deal that Leah Thomas is swimming against the men. But in this day and age of helicopter parents that want their kids to be good athletes, I know that there's going to be some parents out there that try to gender reassign their children at a young age in order to get some sort of advantage in sports. And that sounds crazy, but that's really the world we live in. There's a joke that they say, you know, having a trans kid and having a vegan cat is the same thing. You know who's making that decision. The owners, not the vegan cat or the trans kid. So this is a very big issue. This goes against women's rights and yeah, more people should stand up for it because listen, like I said at the beginning of things, I don't even want to be an anti trans person or transphobic with somebody that's a label me. They need to be in their own division. That's how these work. We need to protect women's sports. And it is a big issue because when they see Leah Thomas being successful, more people copycats are going to do this. And it's just going to bring an influx of confused children into the world..
'Culture Jamming' With PrimeTime Alex Stein
"Alex Stein. If you haven't heard of him prime time, 99 Alex Stein, Jackson. I can't even see that on the radio. I'm already going crazy, Morgan. Oh my goodness. Well, thank you. Thank you for taking time. If you're very busy day, you're a small businessman, and an Internet sensation apparently. So praise B, thank you for joining. That is true. And as my sister and Christ, I appreciate being here. And let me tell you something. Being a viral sensation is not easy. It's a lot of pressure and a lot of people have been like, oh, Alex, you know, it's congratulations on all your success or your viral videos. Going viral is a terrible thing Morgan because now I'm like, what am I gonna do next? I've already worn women's swimwear to a city council meeting and like I'm literally gonna have to jump in a fire and light myself on fire next. I just don't know the pressure is it's overwhelming sometimes. Oh my God, okay, so if people are listening and are aware, he's very satirical. And that's the whole point, Alex Stein is hilarious and goes and makes fun of the crazy lefties, the wokeness at city council meetings and government public hearings where you can speak directly to your representatives. And so Alex don't hate me, but I have a clip that I want to show of you and the women's bathing suit. So if we could play that producers. Hello, how are you guys doing, counsel? So my name is Alexandria Stein. And I'm here today to call out transphobia here in Plano. I'm currently being restricted from swimming in the city of planet swim league against the women, even though it's clear that I reassigned my gender last week, like for example, do I look like a man? Obviously a not. This is a woman, but they're not going to let me swim and compete against the ladies because they're transphobia. So what I need you guys to do is I need you to wake up. We have champions like Leah Thomas. She's an NCAA champion. The best swimmer in college today. I can't get a scholarship unless I'm able to send a recruiting tape to these colleges. So they say, oh, oh, you have an unfair advantage Alexandria. What looks like? Does this look like an unfair advantage to you? Alex, can you explain what that was there? Okay, Morgan. So what that is, that's a crazy man that was dropped on his head as a child that has a lot of social issues and what he decided was is he going to do what is called culture jamming is and where we take the most absurd parts of our culture and we jam it in the public's face to try to bring awareness to how crazy the world has become. So people are like,
How Congressional Candidate Robby Starbuck Is Fighting Corruption
"Welcome back from the break. We are still with Robbie starbuck the congressional candidate from Tennessee that's experiencing quite the corrupt situation there. He was explaining in the last segment. But Robbie, I want to focus this section on solutions, both at a micro and a macro level. So first of all, what are you doing right now? What are you guys doing as candidates? Are you working with Morgan to coordinate against this corrupt situation or what's the latest update in this? No, you know, we're very focused on our fight so we've kind of looked at every legal option that we can deploy here and I think that we're sort of near the finish line in terms of what we're going to go and deploy but we're going to use every option that we have to ensure that we're going to be on the ballot for people because the people have fought too hard for us. And we've just put way too much in. I mean, we've been running for about a year. And this is on American. So I think that we have a duty, especially given that I've been blessed to have a large following and everything like that. I have a duty to stand up for all the people who are going to come down in the future that may have this corrupt sort of backroom deal used against them being able to run because this isn't just happening congressional races. They're picking winners and losers in all kinds of races up and down the ballot. And that's not how this is supposed to work in America. So we're going to take a stand against it and try to set a new precedent in terms of giving people the right to be able to run and let voters decide. I mean, really, at the end of the day, what they're saying is we don't trust voters. We think they're either stupid or dangerous. And that's a horrible message to say. We don't trust you enough to decide for yourselves. So
Morgan Zegers and Tennessee's Robby Starbuck Discuss the 2022 Midterms
"And thankful to be guest hosting. Doctor gorka show again. That's right. You got a 25 year old taken over the show today. And we're going to try and include a lot of really fun guests. I have a great lineup for you of a lot of people from a lot of different backgrounds and to start off the show on a strong, strong way. I've got Robbie starbuck with us. Can we bring Robbie right in and let's get started? I'm here. All right, Robbie, thank you so much. I appreciate it. I know you're a busy guy. Can you explain why you're such a busy guy? What are you up to these days? Yes, I mean, as many of doctors, viewers know he's having a lot for my race running for Congress. And the Tennessee Republican Party is actually removed me from the ballot. This last week. So, you know, we're in a battle now to get back on the ballot, essentially they removed myself, Morgan Ortega, and one other candidate is off the ballot. Morgan and I were sort of more in a similar boat because we had all the Republican vouching and we've only voted Republican and things along those lines. The third one had participated in a chaos primaries like Rush Limbaugh had told people to do. So they had technically voted for Democrats. So they're kind of treated a little differently under the bylaws. But in Morgan and I case, they just essentially took us off and they have no good excuse for doing it. We did all the standards that are necessary to be able to be bona FIDE and to be put on the ballot. So now I'm going to fight to make sure that this is allowed to happen because what's really scary about it is it's so similar to what you see happen in communist countries. My family came from Cuba and they had a central committee that essentially chose puppet candidates of the party and people at very limited choices. Well, here we have the state executive committee. The state executive committee is who met and voted to make sure that I would not be allowed back on the ballot. And so it's sort of a creepy parallel from where my family came from to now and more of a warning about how big government and allowing these sorts of things can become a real big problem because now essentially people's vote is limited
Russia pounds eastern Ukraine as West promises Kyiv new arms
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Who Is Attorney Robert Barnes?
"Today, we are delighted to have with us Robert Barnes trial lawyer just kind of data based individual bit of a troublemaker and that's what we like. Robert Barnes, welcome to America first one on one. Happy to be here. Robert, let's start for those who are not familiar with your work, your background, what you do on your out there in the media every single day. Talk to us about your background, your training and what is the focus of your work today. Sure, Emma constitutional lawyer do civil criminal cases do tax cases do cases around the country and across the globe, clients are across the board politically. So it represented everybody from the Green Party and the peace and freedom party to the Libertarian Party and the taxpayers party and the Conservative Party. Everybody from Wesley Snipes and Julie Stein and a range of others to president Trump and a range of people, the Covington kids, you name it. So the only thing that's in common is that most of my clients are underdog clients and their cases and causes concern matters of constitutional
How Long Can the Left's Disconnect From Reality Last?
"Douglas, you talked about the disconnect. The year is now of the left and the media, which is, of course, the same. Being unable to deal with their mistake or their lack of understanding what was happening in the politics in 2015, 2016. So let me ask you, what are the scenarios for both the media and the left? Number one, as long as you have the Jeff Bezos of the world, drop a few billion here and there like they're buying a new picker knees. These things are vanity projects. The Washington Post is clearly a vanity project. Do market forces not apply, and they can do it forever. Or is there a moment of collapse? How long can the party the left, for example, be disconnected? How long can that disjunction between reality and that quote unquote political elite last before there's some kind of necessary self introspection or can they stretch it out forever? You know, you remember there was a famous law, Herbert Stein's law, Stein's law is things that can not go on won't. And it's a fine law, but often tweaked it slightly more cynical version is that in my experience, things that can not go on usually do. A moderate tweak there, Douglas, a moderate toy. It's an important one, though, isn't it? How many times have you I and many others looked at situations in government in the media and society and said, that just can't go on? And yet, you know, a few years later, you look back and you see that's what you said. And the thing in question is still going on, you know? Incompetence of this scale, that can't go on. And it goes
"stein" Discussed on My Family Thinks I'm Crazy
"Manifest your best baby Ladies and gentlemen boys and girls children of all ages welcome to the conspiracy castle. I'm your conspiracy aso primetime ninety nine dollars warner cryptic morbid mood tonight because life is fragile. You never know and it'll be taken away from me. That's right even even primetime ninety nine. Alex stein is immortal. Man i might not see. It might not look. It might not act like a mortal man. But i promise you these bones will break just like yours. This skin will crack old man and the sea. I will have no choice. My hair will gray. My back will cow but not being not star and nothing ever order shah That ladies and gentlemen boys and girls is logged are lovely guest. Marc's in my podcast..
"stein" Discussed on Chad Ford's NBA Big Board
"It's great man it's been it's been a lot of fun. And you know one thing that people have been asking are we gonna see rankings or we're gonna see rankings. You're gonna bring back the committee of one so you know big thing when you're doing a newsletter you know this is a community. Listen to the people. And so last week i did. And it's funny because this is really inside baseball stuff that people won't know but both you and die are edited by our former longtime espn colleague royce webb. Who worked with both of us for years and years and years and is now doing stuff. Sub stack editing and royce knows how particular really flat in re reality. How stubborn i am so he said look i know you like to usually do rankings. You'd like to wait 'til closer to training camp. You should do it sooner. So i listen to his wise words did it right after labor day and as you know is is i think. Nba fans no labor. Day is kind of its quietly kind of an important holiday in the league because as soon as labor day passes that's really the week that players start rolling back into town not everyone but many players start going back to their home markets. Jim start filling up team practice. Start filling up with guys trying to get a jump on training camp so i thought it was a good day to come out with my training camp edition of the rankings in. I'm i was rusty because over the last few years at the new york times i only did rankings like once or twice a year so i gotta get back in my gotta get back in my rankings. Grew but it was a. I think i wrote three thousand something word so it was no limits in the newsletter world. Well for our listeners. You can go over to mark stein. dot com. Give us your email Those those power rankings are free. I believe as as well and so you can also subscribe to marks uh stuff in a newsletter five dollars a month fifty dollars a year. Absolutely worth it and i don't do power rankings. I've never did power rankings. Before but i used to do something back in the day called tank rank and actually started in the two thousand fourteen draft and that was sort of ranking teams. That were most likely to get the number one pick in the draft. So i go the opposite direction of mark if you're thirty on marxist. That's good news. I in my in my power rankings and we brought that back race for the lottery. Pick partly because. I don't actually think any teams are just outright tanking this year there's definitely rebuilding teams teams that are rebuilding around their youth. But no-one who's like sitting star players. Maybe after the news of john wall setting for the rockets that came out the other day. Maybe that's not totally true as well. And so i. I did ten ten teams in reverse order and so i had to bone up a little bit on the other twenty teams in the league. But i think i've got my rankings. We'll compare them now. I will start at the top. Because i actually think you and i have the same team at number one so go ahead and unveil on the podcast here. Mark hoosier number. One ranked teamed for the twenty twenty one twenty two twenty two nba season. Yeah look. I'm keeping the bucks on top and i think that keeps me keeps both of us than in the minority listened to vegas. They certainly think we're wrong and the nets of already been anointed the betting favorite. Win it all. But look when you know. I've i did the rankings at espn for fifteen years. So i kind of evolved i. It's all made up. It's all just my little rules and regulations that are jokingly. Call myself the committee of one. And you know. I'm big on tradition and consistency. And but these these are all just kind of at my women. One of my whims. That i've always said is the defending champs. Start on top. No matter what happened now. I think there was one year way back in the day. Where you the lakers completely overhauled. Their teams certainly dallas. After they won their title in twenty twenty eleven did not bring it went back so sometimes it doesn't work exactly but to me. The bucks deserve to be there. They broke through. We hammered this team for multiple years about not being able to get it done. Janas can't win at all whether it was the nets injuries. Durant shoe being too. Big whatever you wanna say they did get it done. They want it all. They entered their critics and for me. They deserve to start the season at number one. We'll see how long they stay there. But they deserve that respect. Look i have. I have no rules. Because i do. Power rankings. it's complete whim on my part and you'll see from some of my rankings. That dramatically depart from yours. I'm just spitballing here. In part because of maybe some of my biases that i have but it look. I'm kind of with you on the exact same reason for the milwaukee bucks. They did it. It got to the end. You can say what you want about the nets but injury issues are always something that you're going to have to look older team. Same with the lakers and some of these other teams. That are going to be competing. I mean certainly that can happen about walkie but this is a bit a younger team That seems like they might be able to be more. Durable and jaanus is just in my opinion. Just what he did in the finals. I think took his game to another level. And i think that that confidence that he and chris middleton can have jrue holiday can have now coming back. I also think that that plays a factor as well. I know for some teams. Winning a title can loom large over. You psychologically but i think in the case of milwaukee. I think it's going to give them. I think that that psychological was ready looming over this team zipped past mistakes now i think that can play a little freer. A lot of people are curious to see what winning a title will do for their psyche. I mean they are going. I totally agree with. They will come in to this season with much more confidence and a huge burden lifted and look. I think we've even seen with jrue holiday. Just his you know the way he played in the finals. The impact the ended up having and then he carried it on to the to the olympic stage. I don't think we can call jrue holiday. The most underrated player in the league anymore. I think he opened a lot of is to just what a difference maker he is. So let's talk about their main competition. East which i think. We all agree. Is the brooklyn nets. Where do you have them on your power rankings. I have three. I have them to and you know again if you pay attention to. What's going on in vegas. The guy who have to do this for living in for a living and have money riding on the nets are the overwhelming favourite. And and let's face it. The nets had a great off season. I mean we you have to believe.
"stein" Discussed on Dark Horse Entrepreneur
"H q. so let's get to the starting gates and go her at my darkhorse friends and family. Today's guest as i said before. Is michael stein now. Michael stein is an american entrepreneur actor. Entertainer stand up comedian and filmmaker prickly is also the founder of stein media and abadaka cooperated stein media is an independent production company that creates multiple genres of film such as a television commercials events in films around the us Epidemic is a tarp selling company in georgetown texas in it's also actively involved in charity work now beyond all that michael is probably best nova his work in rituals and resolutions. The jerk digger story boogie nights. Love hollywood style and so many others stein is recognized for his entrepreneurial and creative skills and has also worked with some of the several of the top artists. Such as paul thomas anderson the academy award-winning actress faye dunaway. Peter gruber john. Peters andy dick coolio and steven. Toby hausky stein's award. Winning production rituals resolutions was even acquired by. Hbo and has been distributed distributed. Internationally man there are so many stories. So let's get stuck right in all right my darker friends and family so here. We are for round two michael. Welcome to the dark horse entrepreneur. Man how you doing. It's doing great pleasure to be here. Thank you and actually it's funny. I say round two for those. That don't know where you'll know shortly. Is that michael. And i actually did this. Oh the end of may. I think it was and had an amazing conversation and something happened to the recording. So that when i sat down to edit it it wasn't there a won't law but michael so cool. He's coming back to re share his story. So that's the first thing i wanna to do. Michael is i wanna shut up my babbling mouth for you to tell your story that. Good the bad the ugly and it was a really cool story Of what brought you to where you are and why love doing what you do so much. Okay well i guess we were talking about me. I think our me starting my podcast longshot leaders and why i'm doing a podcast called longshot leaders and that is You know. I consider myself a long shot. Not the best longshot. You ever heard. But i come from. I consider myself coming from a long line along shots. My my grandmother escaped the russian concentration camps on her way to america. My dad was a new homeless. Near extreme kid benchley became a multimillionaire only to become a homeless guy again. And i was a a unplanned child..
"stein" Discussed on KCRW
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"stein" Discussed on The HeFluence Podcast
"Was that impactful. So that really speaks volumes of of the type of person he was and most of the people that reached out to me. Were not basketball people you know. They probably never even watched. Kobe play but they still learn the lesson. And i think that that's good. I continue to tell that story. 'cause i wanted to be part of his legacy Excuse me as far as my own history. Most of the most of my career was spent with middle and high school age players. I always found. That was my sweet spot because i could be a role model to them above and beyond just teaching them how to run faster and jump higher but where i was very fortunate was i got to work at two different schools that now have over a dozen players in the nba. So i got to watch guys and work with guys like kobe. Bryant and victor oladipo not kobe. Bryant's gives me kevin durant and victor depot and marquel foltz. Before they made it to the top of the mountain. They were just fourteen fifteen year old teenagers. That had a dream. I got an opportunity to see that before picture if you will. And then that led to some work with nike brand with nike and jordan brand which then allow me to work events for kobe bryant. Lebron james kyrie. Irving steve nash. And i got to see what elite level players did once. They had reached the mountaintop. So we're i'm very thankful as my journey has allowed me to see the before and the after of what it takes to become world class. And that's really what i share now or all the lessons and principles than mindsets that i learned from those folks and i teach folks how to apply those to their lives into their businesses. That's awesome it's really funny. I i trained a lot of I had a lot of nba players. Come through in My friend david thorpe. Who is do you know. Do you know david know him. But certainly no else. So i've known david for years like years and years and years and and and we wrestle around roundabout stuff all the time and i just. I just reconnected with him recently. And whenever he would have people come in he would send him to work out with man. We did that for years. And we were talking about that. And i remember how i probably one of the things that i took away from my following of kobe bryant laker fan as a kid i was telling before we go and i'm a huge lebron james. I told him about a story. You know i don't follow. I don't get on politics. I don't get on social media. I don't watch the news. I have no. I just know lebron as as as as the goat right. Like my wife. And i go back. Okay so you know allen my wife is from so you you you know who she says. The goat is right so maybe being from ohio her from chicago we go back and forth about this and you know i. I've learned so much from both of them like you told a story about how early koby gets two things ahead of everybody else right like he wants to make sure that he makes i. I'm a big beyond time type of person like i..
"stein" Discussed on Humans of Hospitality
"Okay I very much hope you enjoyed this week's conversation with Jack Stein Jack Stein. Thank you so much for joining me on the podcast very much. Appreciated lots of people obviously know your your dad's name but maybe less about the business. Can you just explain? What's what's your role in the restaurants. And you put on many based in the southwest. Is that Kratz The ear thanks. Invite me on on yet predominantly in the south west on defect director so Yeah I run. I run all the sites Liaised with Griffin and Mom Dad. Mom sorry with regards to menu changing and new recipes by boxes. And then just and then. I have a team underneath me. Chef will group foot run the hunters the kitchens And direct that dropped out for the wall. What was up until the future off until about three weeks ago. Yeah and how many? How many restaurants have you gone? Twelve and a half Yes bats mostly informal. But we've got. We got one bungalow. You in San Bank's mobile winterson bonds and then we've the restaurant Kumo but some. Yeah they vary from from light Bar and a fish shop in an upright up to the full guns blazing seafood restaurant in San bags of two flagships and Stella is being built hotel on fifty rooms radstock. Very you know not one building. There will buildings before so intended to grooms just as it has when we needed. You know that was kind of public saver. Business going through on other crisis periods before the recession that we've been troops we've been four five years. Is this year so forty five fifth anniversary? Which isn't restaurant templars geological times time credible Yeah we've got a lot ribs that's really that's really helpful. Is that fairly low? Intensive wage input uncompetitive margin in right. Yeah forty five. Years is crazy is that why a few a few kids just to make sure can't rule because most people even if it hasn't gone under in that time most people are so knackered. Land up getting out of your district. Thank them yeah especially cool more anywhere. Outside London. The eighties was not the easiest place to try. And drag people down to tweet The Brits were were still finding their feet in regards to being more in a Opinion that outlook towards food on eating out and I remember talking in the early days when he was on keyboards shoving this that and the other could even ahead. We grow possibly at home. You can buy in from anywhere you know. There was no one's selling this kind of stuff like that. You could get dried pasta and soup markets but nothing fresh so it must be. It was a big slow for them and then he got his break on. Tv In ninety four and then everything became a bit easier. I think because people just became very fascinated with cool more and the kind of people who on holiday here when they were younger than so remember. It's been quite Is the love to be part of the world and from this. We've got like people at Nathan and pull Ainsworth and these now who are just unbelievable. Good chess net. Just Nice people and it made the whole of my popcorn which is really well-known food drinks. I've it's been a long shot for them but they've But they've given a lot to industry in the alchemy. Mentz amount of respect for both of them just because it wasn't easy but then read the woods now for what's GonNa sign it certainly easier at the moment so safe to say so. Much of coolmore relies on tourism. That's one of the reasons that I wanted to chat with. You is that I read a lot in the in the press over the last ten days and a lot of what you were saying in in reaction to some press covers it will come to admit it was so sort of bang on offense anticipating and honesty and reflective. Not just the what's happening now but this sort of seasonal towns and what this means longer term which would come into but before we do this correctly the approach of this corona virus that we will soul happening in China then probably New York and London. Did you fail a little bit removed from it down in the South West? Or did you see it coming from so quite some distance? Can you just talk about that period? When it came to light the impact it was gonna GonNa have on the business while we talk a bit more in depth about this liked but but one of the things. We've we've always been very much. Love is a winter period is very very late. We've run loss as a business until may so we make money from mates November but we have a six hundred fifty people on payroll and said we're we have never the wintertime is ver- have cash so we actually we actually always looked at a pandemic type? Problem is being quite serious. Risk for business identified. It was always in Sydney where she is when the swine flu pandemic hit. I remember being very struck by Time with the doctor and we were talking a lot about bird flu in this kind of a spice Mali paranoid about these kinds of things coming out of these kind of China but Sawsan and things like that. It's nothing that we are monitoring this very closely. Because you know I I knew that it would impact business in a huge white because we have no cash in nuts. You know what was happening in China looked like anyone that was paying real attention Facebook with listening to real experts in the fields. People who've already said this is going to happen. It was quite clear that the a great of growth and the more to the point me. The contagious Nisa disease in the ability to spread. Was something quite to be quite worried about so personal level and especially a board level. We were very actively talking about an impact it might have nots because restaurants do stretch all the way to as London so we felt that although maybe bonds might be affected before Cole that it would eventually and I. I came to the conclusion quite sue. Monk was a professor of physiology at Oxford and we came to the conclusion quite quickly from the evidence that event the it would be something that would most people would get and quite quickly so we were quite a spos- Not So doomsday kind of scenario but we were thinking. Probably the worst is likely to happen and I think that other people might have had a different view. But it's something that we just pull. This is probably GonNa Affect our industry. Quite hot is hot Car Industry but a bit light brexit that these kind of industry uses Really bought the force of Brexit. Like hotel section sector but we are nothing in comparison to how the social cut did. We just felt that this is GonNa be another real challenge for us and as it turned out to be and did the awareness then so yeah good on you having that insight and I know you even had some pandemic insurance so again. We'll come to that. But was that having an impact on decision making because you were in essence in a period of time. When you been ramping up for some oh we would just coming up to mother's Day. The clocks changing like you said you were seasonal business. Had you had you eased off a little bit in the preparations for summer. Will you still in full flow yet? Ready for some who is in full flow. Because again you eat we. Have you know you have to take you have to take it from the experts and the government? Even think about this. You can you. Can you can plan for the worst. We obviously planning in the back in the background for what we would do was casing. And I'm not I'm the Plus but I'm GonNa Plan worst-case Scenarios Hip because I need to. We need to know when and then we got to a strange period where obviously the industry was up in arms about and rightly so we weren't close but we were told people were told not to visit us if they were in certain categories which seemed to be quite an. It's it seems to me. It would seem to me from a government perspective. Quite wishy washy in Unclear nothing really pissed off. A load of all-pro is who is basically saying you're you're hamstring hit by. Saint Peter's visit us. But you not closing us so we got to that page and then we had this very strange period because people then start to say why are you still open especially down in Coamo because we have a very small local hospital and we have a lot of people who are coming down from London? I mean there's no two ways about. They were coming down whether to their second harms on holiday. Wherever it would be we would be stopped. They're starting to get the noise on unfaithful and quite an always in contact regularly with like Poland's wealth and local wrestler testing. Like if we change our decision we will tell you straight away. Because we don't want to say we're gonNA close and then have you guys pissing in the wind Get orders It's it's irresponsible to be open to encouraging you to come coolmore without the health care system to deal with it so we were we. Were planning to close. If on that Friday we were like this. Is the last chance the government to close us and we will close that. We plan to play the next day if nothing happened. But the fact that Is that we were we. There's also you have you have a cash in the bank and everyday you're opening and you're running cash scenarist do what we did. Is We remote restarted? We realized this was going to say we just said How much cash will be go so under A closure on we were we with without the fellow payments we were going out of business end of April With as keeping pets businesses open into. We're forced to close even if it's a fifty percent drop. We were pushing that number two June. But still we're GONNA BUST in June is no way about it. Then the follow skin come out not gave us enough cash flow with our overdraft to get clue solve early August. We still go with Oregon bus. Even our is there to learn about it. But that's what we were doing because cash is king. You know when you got when you know you'll pay paid supplies the Out In some respects we say open. We haven't been close friends. At least give off stuff more pay before the furlough or and also supplies as best. We can because otherwise we're gonNA bust and everyone's GonNa lose out. There's GonNa be a restaurant business of six hundred fifty employees ten million pounds in this area in the future. We thought had an ethical dilemma. But when we could we were closed by the government Release because we have really really happy that they've done. They should've done a early. It might not be moot point you in the eye. The eye on hats off to the government as the speed. I was having to make decisions. And I'm sure were changing on a daily basis and I guess reflecting that on a national level. It was challenging. You're right that that period between I think it was Tuesday in the Friday. Tuesday was don't go to restaurants and we weren't quite still Friday and then you presumably had a similar dilemma to us because takeaways were allowed to open did. Did you keep your takeaways open over the weekend? We'll do Jewish having down on the Friday. Now we pan so we then went into full. Let's take aways everywhere and like speak until the fish supplies will obsolete is reset for Menus. We would so then go. Will follow scheme was unclear. It was unclear as to whether or not you could repurpose yourself as to pay your employees. Take away they then in the furloughs game where they in the game at. What's The skateboard today? Have to volunteer in. These questions will be nonstop now but at the time. We just thought that we don't want to impact anyone's potential getting fellow payment by sticking to take away for a week and they might then be considered no unfurled. The reasons may decisions. We'll just kind of thing. We'll just use our stuff that WANNA volunteer Within a chasma what the local community groups will get some food off. Rosenstone can give it to people that really need it and so uses to move kind of support network now joined company. I the local homeless charity and local guys. Who've making school meals said he will not get into the fray and things that we just went full community and so you know like we're not too interested in keeping making money because we knew in the background we're working on our insurance clang I'm we've got the fellows game so we just you know there's no there's no need to make the money in this period of China takeout when we're not really sure how does stop. So we may Dakota just go Evans on furlough and we will await speedy implementation of the scheme. Okay but you talk about running those sort of cash flow projections and and again with similar. Suppose you one of the first people that I had sort of seen publicly talking about. How do you survive the next sixty days ninety days whilst were in lockdown of people come through outcomes restaurants but actually this issue of seasonality? Which may not be the case. If you're a London restaurants or the cities around the country but you know the Lake district the southwest any probably coastal tourism town..
"stein" Discussed on WTOP
"County delegate Dana Stein has introduced legislation to ban them telling WJZ in Baltimore the contests are cruelty lead to a indiscriminate slaughter they can use practices that are not allowed by traditional in traditional hunting Stein says his bill would not affect traditional hunting it'll be discussed in front of a state house committee this week teddy Gelman WTOP news dominion energy says a reduction in fuel rates should save its Virginia customers an average of six dollars a month later this year that's if the new proposal is accepted by the state corporation commission the state's largest utility supplier electricity suppliers should say says the fuel rated judgment is propos it's proposing would result in a roughly five percent reduction in the average residential bill industrial customers would see an even greater rate drop of about ten percent of approved the reduction would go into effect may first dominion says improved efficiency at its natural gas plants and increase solar generation are fueling the rate dropped seven fifty two Australia's started today to remember the twenty five people who died during that ration bushfires across the country the country's prime minister Scott Morrison spoke at today's memorial service with loss firefighters I. V. itis FAMAS and civilians alike this summer all carried within them they even until the end of the day and night all the universal language I love you let us feel that us rebuild and most importantly that is never forget especially dies we have lost you can never be replaced that service also honored the firefighters who came from around the world to help fight the blazes earlier this month authorities said that the fires that raged for months we're finally under control in New South Wales this is a pre recorded set to hear arguments on a critical permit needed by developers of the Atlantic coast pipeline back by the trump administration project developers dominion energy and Duke energy will ask the High Court to overturn a lower court ruling that threw out a permit needed for the pipeline across to National Forest including parts of the Appalachian Trail the question before the Supreme Court is whether it's a foreign service has the authority to grant rights of way through land crossed by the trail within national for first project developers say yes but environmental groups say the trails are unit of the national park system so only Congress has the ability to do that will our mild winter meet an early bloom for DC's most famous flowers cherry blossom experts trying to figure that out now our resource managers are actually out currently looking around at the trees themselves Brian hall with the National Park Service says numerous trees around the tidal basin and Haines point need to be examined so they come up with the data that they need to run through their algorithm that gives us our our estimated dates this year's peak bloom prediction centered on the Yoshino variety of cherry trees will be announced March fourth the twenty twenty national cherry blossom festival runs from March twentieth until April twelfth Michelle Basch WTOP news last year is tougher to DC's best known parents the bald eagles notice liberty and justice just disappeared from the nest near the DC police academy for weeks last year you may remember leaving liberty to fend off of their would be suitors and try to catch two more eggs it ultimately didn't make it now both eagle parents are missing from the nest bird watchers however said they had discovered a new eagle's nest your oxen cove just ahead in the money news airlines helping you stay in touch while in flight at seven fifty four John Papa India it's perfect for us during the time of day six different recipes in just six months you'll pay only a proper job try it today hi I'm Brian Scudamore free one eight hundred got junk are these young people I've heard about yes Sir these are them all I have to do is point yes Sir all you have to do is point where Waterford point that's our goal because we like it too Sir you were here in less than ninety.
"stein" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"We are the nonprofit's I am the completely unprepared Genesis wage play along with Jamie Boone Kevin Stein and a special guest to operative and fixer known only as Johnny off dumb dumb down and unprepared means I have no special intro. So I'm just going to wing this sucker Thursday. We're here from the at the freethought library in Austin, Texas at 59. And anyway, yeah the and what is the date the date Thursday, January 18th, January 18th at but it will but the show will Air tomorrow on the 19th. That is the correct date that I should have said so or Brothers song. So sure we'll in today on the 19th. There we go. Yeah, so we can pretend we're being alive. We've rehearsed this many times. Yeah going. Yeah exactly as we spoke you can tell yes and so the show was sponsored by the ACA educational a non-profit educational Organization for the promotion of positive atheism. And that's separation of church and state. If you want to learn more about the ACA you can visit you can call their voicemail at 512-200-6561 or visit their website at ww.w - community and the nonprofit's broadcasts every supposedly every first and third Sunday of each month from 3 to 4:30 central time. You can join the nonprofit's chat room by following the directions at ww.w wage. Radio.com do we really do we still have that chat room going? I believe that we still have the website. Okay. However, I think that we have a we don't have a Facebook chat anymore. No faith in Consolidated are on solidated and cool. We've talked about throwing up a nonprofit credit which I would troll often because I know on Reddit often. No, I am not. Yeah, the NCAA has a Dish as well. You can find it at the link in the description which will definitely be there. Yes, I will. Yes, right. So back off that show. Yeah. Yeah with we do have a special guest Johnny. How you doing? All right, how you doing are having me on tell us a little about yourself off attorney. I live in Austin, Texas for now, and I've always had an interest in in church-state separation legal issues of folks Journeys home. Into and out of different Faith traditions and been part of the community on and off for a couple of years now and I don't great to have an operation need to to share a little bit and your voice suggests that you are cousins with Seth Andrews. Is that true head that funny voiced angel from the north. Yeah. I wish I say the wage in the north has a nice voice. Yeah. Yeah, Oklahoma that not not quite so North but yeah, I was about to say wait a minute. What did I I'm a Texan. What did I just say off? So Kevin, how have you been anything big to share? I'm doing. All right. I'm a little worried my truck. Well, I had to get my truck towed yesterday cuz no doubt. It wouldn't start. I have no idea if it's going to cost an arm leg or not. They're probably working on it right now. So like just like a baby's arm and leg so part of your meal or yeah. We'll see..
"stein" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Forget our friend Marc Stein is ease ease guest hosting Tucker Carlson tonight on fox earlier he was on fox and friends in the day before yesterday of course he was guest hosting as he has for years the Rush Limbaugh show and then yesterday I would have swore I saw on when I was driving in he was juggling in Times Square I don't exist juggling at so he's very busy he's got all kinds of you know it could have been he could have been preparing for Boxing Day back a bit today's Boxing Day and we're a we got Hanukkah we got Christmas it's it's a beautiful day in the neighborhood eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two for America as anchorman on Ken Matthews in on the EIB network now let me find I just had it here I wanted to let you know about the January issue of the Limbaugh letter rush will be in to interviewing presidential historian dog we'd now his book is called inside trumps White House the real story of his presidency and it's doing very well understand one of the reasons the news media is in the toilet with ratings in revenue and credibility and everything else they don't read books they only read their own books imagine if Lawrence o'donnell read a book other than written by someone that worked at him MSNBC like if he read the limb if you read the Limbaugh letter to begin with a be smarter but if you read the real story of the presidency of Donald Trump inside trunks White House by Doug we'd imagine the clarity he would get or if he'd read one of Bob Bryan kill Meade's historic books like the latest about the Alamo which I love imagine how much better informed of the news media would be so there's an opportunity in fact I would recommend anyone who wants to stay informed getting the Limbaugh letter because you see interviews in there and they use some crazy stuff that you don't see on you know like the NBC or the CBS slightly news they use a lot of real facts they don't use anonymous sources there's not fake news speaking of which what ever happen to the whistle blower does anybody know what happened was two months ago right or was it yeah I'm closer to ten weeks Adam Schiff for brains remember he said we're bringing the whistle blower and it's going to blow the lid off this whole thing people are gonna be going to jail and president trump said bring it on and usually whenever you say that to the Democrat party what happens change your strategy so we went from were bringing in the whistle blower to what whistle blower we've got a guy who heard a guy talking to a woman on a cell phone next to a box stop that was a neighbor of a person who heard through the grapevine at a PTA meeting that trump might have been involved in something so there's my plug for the the Limbaugh letter very factual check it out and also when you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com check out the store we have a ton of great calls coming up I don't want to start.
"stein" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Forget our friend Marc Stein is ease ease guest hosting Tucker Carlson tonight on fox earlier he was on fox and friends of mine the day before yesterday of course he was guest hosting as he has for years the Rush Limbaugh show and then yesterday I would have swore I saw him when I was driving in he was juggling in Times Square I don't exist juggling at so he's very busy he's got all kinds of you know it could have been he could have been preparing for Boxing Day I could a bit today's Boxing Day and we're a we got Hanukkah we got Christmas it's it's a beautiful day in the neighborhood eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two for America as anchorman on Ken Matthews in on the EIB network now let me find I just had it here I wanted to let you know about the January issue of the Limbaugh letter rush will be in or to interviewing presidential historian dog we'd now his book is called inside trumps White House the real story of his presidency and it's doing very well I understand one of the reasons the news media is in the toilet with ratings and revenue and credibility and everything else they don't read books they only read their own books imagine if Lawrence o'donnell read a book other than written by someone that worked at him MSNBC like if he read the limb if you read the Limbaugh letter to begin with he be smarter but if you read the real story of the presidency of Donald Trump inside drums White House by Doug we'd imagine the clarity he would get or if he read one above Brian kill Meade's historic books like the latest about the Alamo which I love imagine how much better informed of the news media would be so there's an opportunity in fact I would recommend anyone who wants to stay informed getting the Limbaugh letter because you see interviews in there and they use some crazy stuff that you don't see on you know like the NBC or the CBS nightly news they use a lot of real facts they don't use anonymous sources there's not fake news speaking of which whatever happened to the whistle blower does anybody know what happened was two months ago right or was it yeah I'm closer to ten weeks Adam Schiff for brains remember he said we're bringing the whistle blower and it's going to blow the lid off this whole thing people are gonna going to jail and president trump said bring it on and usually whenever you say that to the Democrat party what happens change of strategy so we went from were bringing in the whistle blower to what whistle blower we've got a guy who heard a guy talking to a woman on a cell phone next to a box stop that was a neighbor of a person who heard through the grapevine at a PTA meeting that trump might have been involved in something so there's my plug for the the Limbaugh letter very factual check it out and also when you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com check out the store we have a ton of great calls coming up I don't want to start.
"stein" Discussed on WJR 760
"Forget our friend Marc Stein is ease ease guest hosting Tucker Carlson tonight on fox earlier he was on fox and friends in the day before yesterday of course he was guest hosting as he has for years the Rush Limbaugh show and then yesterday I would have swore I saw on when I was driving in he was juggling in Times Square I don't exist juggling at so he's very busy he's got all kinds of you know it could have been he could have been preparing for Boxing Day lack a bit today's Boxing Day and we're a we got Hanukkah we got Christmas it's it's a beautiful day in the neighborhood eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two for America as anchorman on Ken Matthews in on the EIB network now let me find I just had it here I wanted to let you know about the January issue of the Limbaugh letter rush will be in to interviewing presidential historian dog we'd now his book is called inside trumps White House the real story of his presidency and it's doing very well I understand one of the reasons the news media is in the toilet with ratings in revenue and credibility and everything else they don't read books they only read their own books imagine if Lawrence o'donnell read a book other than written by someone that worked at M. MSNBC like if he read the limb if you read the Limbaugh letter to begin with he be smarter but if you read the real story of the presidency of Donald Trump inside drums White House by Doug we'd Hanjin the clarity he would get or if he'd read one above Brian kill Meade's historic books like the latest about the Alamo which I love imagine how much better informed of the news media would be so there's an opportunity in fact I would recommend anyone who wants to stay informed getting the Limbaugh letter because you see interviews in there and they use some crazy stuff that you don't see on you know like the N. B. C. or the CVS nightly news they use a lot of real facts they don't use anonymous sources there's not fake news speaking of which what ever happen to the whistle blower does anybody know what happened was two months ago right or was it yeah I'm closer to ten weeks Adam Schiff for brains remember he said we're bringing the whistle blower and it's going to blow the lid off this whole thing people are gonna be going to jail and president trump said bring it on and usually whenever you say that to the Democrat party what happens changes routed you so we went from were bringing in the whistle blower to what whistle blower we've got a guy who heard a guy talking to a woman on a cell phone next to a box stop that was a neighbor of a person who heard through the grapevine at a PTA meeting that trump might have been involved in something so there's my plug for the the Limbaugh letter very factual check it out and also when you go to Rush Limbaugh dot com check out the store we have a ton of great calls coming up I don't.
"stein" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"Might as well be the nonprofit's I'm Janice Liu Bei along with Jamie Woon Kevin Stein and Derek Hawk. We're coming to you from the freethought library in Austin, Texas on the 15th of December 2019. Of course, if it wasn't us it would be someone else and if it wasn't down and it'd be some other time. Anyway, this show is sponsored by the ACs community of Austin. But so what would a different non-profit educational Organization for the promotion of positive Atheism in the separation of church and state make any difference, of course not and if you wanted to learn more about that other organization, what would you do? Well, you'd call a voicemail other than 512-220-6561 or visit our website that's not www.suncommunityfcu.org and the result would be the same the nonprofit's broadcasts every first and third Sunday of each month from 3 to 5 a.m. 30 central time, but if we didn't some other show would and if you wanted to join the chat room of that other show, you will be advised to avoid following the directions at ww.w off on profits radio.com and seek a different website. So you might as well sit back and enjoy someone else's show. Or or or this one you should have like you should definitely watch like subscribe ring that Bell comment to say. Hey, what's up? Cuz it helps the algorithm old counter and you want to show which he just as good as another job. They're every every episode that is point out that you have liked Denis loubet.com and slime main quest Studios where people can go and see your art and buy your stuff and they're not getting of this one. You like go somewhere else but don't have sex or special retriever psychology man..