17 Burst results for "Steve Junior"
"steve junior" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show
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"steve junior" Discussed on V103
"Way are here. On this institution morning, but it really it feels like a Monday morning because we had the Monday morning we was off. But now we own. I'm so confused. But at least we're here. Blessed and highly favored. Major gentlemen. Steve Harvey. Morning show own and crack it surely strong, Bill. Hey. Good morning, Steve. Harvey called it for real. Good morning. What's up crew? Hey, Steve. Junior morning off morning, everybody Nephew time young man is to hire me to what do we owe? I was a holiday weekend. Well, the box tradition. Uh, very traditional. Did you cook or you had a shaft? I did both grill and you had a shot. Well, I didn't really have a shelf. I just I didn't do all the cooking. Okay? Yeah. So that was good. Okay? No. Which was, you know, I mean, it was a good day yesterday. Enjoying my day off from time off, you know? You know, be relaxing this week and get on back to the hustle. So you're well rested. Yeah, yeah, yeah, well rested. Know you're trying to get a little bit more rest E always like it. When you're well rested. It's gonna be a good so come on, start asking. I want. I want you to embarrass me. Okay today, all right. I'll start with Cielo today. You know whatever questions and I'm gonna get one ambassadors wanting back, Junior. What'd you do over the would you do? Well, my nephew graduated over the weekend. So I had to fly to Houston for his graduation picture. The way I found out I ain't the favorite number, so Oh, yeah. Welcome to the club high. You get up on the letter. Let's fade, but you will become to mow people. Yeah. Which is a blessing. Because you have to be there. That the blessed thing? No. No, it's a blessing. June. I don't care when I become. Don't become your favorite. Good. Don't ask your favorite for nothing. Oh, that's what it's gonna be like now. Yeah. You gotta take advantage in that dog. Yeah, I have to. You have to put his whole name in the yard with all the balloons with all that stuff. You have to be there for his graduation. What did you have? Yeah, I have a plate of food, but I got through. That's all I'm saying. It didn't Nobody say thanks for the stuff I paid, but that's all right, though. You're right. Don't ask your favorite no more money. A little bit of them. Yeah. Oh, you had to go take a knee at the altar They erected for him in there. Every picture from a baby to graduation. They had it up..
"steve junior" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"The naming on the nicest man. It's one of the hard things to do I. Don't I don't know if you were to name naming a kid everybody has to agree on it has to be cool name. We go through like it's like a family affair trying to get. named. Welcome to the knife Junkie podcast you're weekly ghosts of knife news and information about knives and knife collecting. Here's your host Jim person involved the knife junkie. Marco. Well Hello Junkie down. So number one, hundred and forty, two of the night Chunky podcast. I'm jump person and I'm Bob Demarco. Welcome to the show. Welcome to the knife Junkie podcast. It is the place for knife newbies, knife junkies to learn all about knives and knife collecting your from the designers, the makers, the manufacturers, the reviewers. In fact, anybody who loves knives that's who we get to talk to and here from on the I've Chunky podcasts Sunday's our interview show and Bob another father son combination that you've had the pleasure to talk with today the I love these interviews that we spoke with Steve and Steve skiff of skiff made blades and Yeah it was. It was a great conversation Steve Dot go by sing near but Steve and then Steve Junior. So skip squared if you will. Yeah, it was calling I was calling the son Steven so so that there was no confusion. I grew up and grew up in a family of Bob's Vicks. So family get togethers are always very confusing. So I wanted to reduce that when mom called the family dinner, all she had was called out to names and everybody came running. We do want to point out to some technical difficulty that did have on this interview We were recording and I think that the night we were doing it a severe thunderstorm or something came through an actually knocked out your power your Internet. So thankfully was toward the end of the interview but that's the reason you'll hear me Kinda jump in and go. Kind of wrap it up but. Jeez to the skiffs for that, and also thankfully you Jim are an experienced podcast interviewer yourself. So you're able to jump in without without any without any hesitation, take care of the rest of the interview and and close it out. That's lucky. While there went into much left of the interview anyway. So I didn't have to do too much of that just kinda closed out but you may notice a change invoices toward the end of the podcast and just wanted to make sure that we explained that to you. So let's get into that interview here on the next podcast. Do you carry multiple knives? Then overthink which one do use when actual cutting chore POPs Up. You're a knife junkie of the first order. Welcome to the Knife Junkie podcast I'm here tonight with Steve Stevens skift of skiff made blades custom knife extraordinaire, and have come up a lot on this show recently and gentlemen. It's a great pleasure to have you on Junkie.
"steve junior" Discussed on The Genesis Project Podcast
"I have the distinct pleasure of Brigadier Class. A guy the I've known for around fifteen years. Now we sort of grew up together a watching him how he has grown as been nothing short of amazing but definitely entertainer is always a pleasure to be in this guy's presence on me the energy that he brings is unlike anyone that I've ever known and I am proud to call him a friend. His name is passed. The Steve Junior Pass Steve is the pastor of House of prayer and praise in Detroit Michigan. His parents the late Bishop Stephen Bennett senior. If has their maratha Valerie bidding our the founders of the ministry pass. The Bennett received a bachelor's degree from Central Michigan University in Organization Administration Ed. He teaches public. Speaking workshops pass the been has being married to his wife Evie for ten years and have three lovely daughters with another daughter wanted away his strikeforce Thou Preecha couple with a comedic tone is well received and has been blessed too many passed. A minute has a teaching. That assures each person understands the word of God dig into steps to grow their own relationship with the Lord class less. Welcome pass the Stephen Been. Julia was going to honesty. Happy to be here man. Happy to be here. This is amazing. I appreciate you being here. I appreciate you for being here. So let's let's jump on into it because I know you're a busy man you know. Why don't you start by telling her class? You're origin store. What will you read off the the intro? But I'm one of six children. Five sisters brothers five sisters and I'm somewhere in the middle so a lot of fighting growing up. He's tired streets with these girls bathroom. If I'm for your own room right Detroit with Martin Luther King High School okay. Did we had a great simple life in my parents moved us out to Sterling Heights. High School my senior year my senior year. I fought for senior year and they moved me out and it was a cultural shot and probably WanNa best thing has ever happened to me so from there but working working just growing in this thing called life ness me grew up in the Church. My parents started our ministry started the Church. Remember my father come near working nights at the plant. Just go to sleep than waking US UP. Go to church so most of my life. I had a love hate relationship with that being called Church McMahon we always gotta go to it but then also an enjoyable place when grew and when they started their own ministry man. I was there many nights got left at Church. A lot of people don't know that the fastest key is sometimes if they go to sleep during servants sometimes they start locking up to church and you still near Man S. Y. Come from it's been great road to get me here. Still a member of the Church and the Church has been growing. We CELEBRATE THIRTY YEARS OF MINISTRY last year. Thirty years. Maso here thirty one here. I am now now being the pastor of the Church. Very you know When I was when I was younger when I turn thirty one of my uncle said. Oh you'll grown a man now. Yeah maybe I might be might be you know we around thirty eight you grow. I don't know what state you grow. What age is official or not but right right right? I feel that way now. It's August August. So let me let me ask you. Why would you coming up with past St Senior Pastor Bennett or pass Valerie Pastor Emeritus Valerie Bennett right? What was that like as you growing up and you portray that you may have to up and take over and all that stuff man. That's an interesting life because as far as people in the Church and people in the ministry you know the elders and the mothers as a church they tell you things like that from a young age they tell you. Oh you're GONNA be like daddy you're gonNA preach you're GonNa do this and you necessarily don't agree you may not see it for yourself and that's how it was for me. I didn't see that life to desirable. He weren't many hours. He did time to start a ministry. Start it from our dining room table. That's what the Church started and house so that wasn't desirable. I didn't want to have church. How you so I grew up thinking you know I always want to remain a Christian but not necessarily go into the ministry light. That father was amazing because he had this way of always making me understand that. There was another way that that you can do anything. You don't have to just be a preacher. He often told me that when I was in corporate America in different job opportunities come he would always encourage me try. Maybe they'll fly you out. He was comfortable with moving out of state. I'm like Dad. I can't move out of state the church ear my family here. He said. Well what if you get a job over there is all right? He always encouraged me that I could do anything so anything. That was the best thing for me while other people and outside influences made it seem as if it was going to be challenge growing up in his shadow or in my mother's shadow Valerie. All you got to be light bill my father while he was here on. Earth always encourage me. You can do what ever you want. He didn't want to force me into this because he believed it was a spiritual calling guy has to call you because it takes. A lot is is very challenging. Type of job is one of the few jobs that people have to wear. You do something in. Everyone has their own expectation. Of what is good and not good If you pre-traumatic your pastor okay if you preach wail but the church falling apart. Maybe your pastor. Is you smile to law. Maybe I mean everybody has their different opinions and unique spot so he always let me know that. Unless you're called. You don't have to do this. Your name is Steven. But you're not pastor. Stephen you can do so. That was writing best thing for me. And then when he passed a mom took over the ministry. At that time I was in ministry I was. I was actually ordained elder at the time so I I did hear the calling to the Church to Minister into cyst govern people but as far as pastor at our know how much how much of that her but even my mother she never forced. She didn't say this is yours. You must know she's A. Hey if God caught you to do then then I'll issue in any way but if that's not Do what you're supposed to do so as all I've always had their freedom and has been a blessing I it's been a blessed. Allow me to calm who I am instead of just trying to be a duplicate of now so so let me ask you. Even though you didn't get the I guess the pressure from your parents. Did you feel the pressure from anybody else? Is the church. Were outside the church like if you walk down the street you say. Oh Hey. My Name's Steve and they'd be like St like Steven like the pastor. Did you feel any type of pressure from anybody outside the household to that? You may just have to step up. Yeah Yeah Yeah. That's I come from a big family. It's only five sisters so beautiful thing about when you have sisters that means there's a lot of people that like your sister especially yeah pretty sisters so so. I've been dealing with that part of it my entire life back in our days where we grew up. You know you didn't get it. You Get a choice in which school you went to remember. Your parents say you're going to this. I went to the same elementary. All my sisters went to I went to the same middle school all. It wasn't a choice so anytime I found myself at a school. A one second older sisters four years older than me so generally she was just leaving the school so everyone is always known me. Teachers Sousa come in day one and fifth grade. Oh you are oh. I know you'll sister so that means you should be able to do this. And this and my sister was a painter painting. People almost got a D. minus in art glass. She had this expectation would be my sister. My sister had paintings. Dia and all types of ninety. Do that then the other sister. Oh she's does great personality all she knows. Everybody and I was more of an introvert. I stayed in myself. So why don't you talk more? You'll sisters talk more Yell Sisters Dude it and it everyone in my family as we got older they can all sing. They played drums. I we been listening. We started our own ministry right so our first drummer was my father. He would then get up and preach later on my second oldest sister Stephanie. Shout out to Stephanie Pry. She was the drummer now Lizzie. We grew up apostolic. So that means you have to wear dress. Every Sunday you not wearing address you know so. She was drumming in address. So they say you can't drum in address dressed come up in the boys go so turn off. Who are looking at here. Looking at Steve. Oh of course you have no rhythm. I have no rhythm. I was the worst drummer. They see. Your father could play drums. Your sister in late the drums. You murder leased appraise team. Stephanie can sing. Kim Can sing. I had none of those talents so my entire life. It was well. You're been it so you should be able to fill in the blight. It often can satisfy that lower pressure pressure so so the beauty is I learned really early. I'm that other benefit. Even even as we get older people say I know your sister and I didn't know it was a boy in a family as the other one in the beauty. Is you learn how to just be a little bit more independent but it was certainly challenge in my older years. Yeah being a part of the Church. Usher very pay. I light US. Sherie and his other people say useful to preach so. They're disappointed that you're just be an usher very thinking. I'm twenty to leave me alone. Let me just show so. It's definitely pressure. Don't don't let anybody ever tried. Convince you elsewise. When you're a pastor ski at best your name which starts with pastor so when you represent the ministry Even when I got older and you wanted to do certain things you're thinking man if I'm out in this place somebody sees me they're gonNA think that's the preacher ski. They don't see you as a standard teenager or standard. Young adults challenging. It's challenging that you're in the shadow of holy call. That went to somebody else gone gone thing about people like Noah's Ark. You got caught Noah. All his children had to get on. That boat is grouped into it but often is a blessing. Thank God it happened because you grow up slightly different you grow up thinking about. What does this mean to my entire family? You learn at really early Rather than other people normally wear in our twenties before we start thinking about. Wow the decisions I make impact my whole family for us. You learn at fifteen You know we had to go to church. You be quite when it had to go to somebody else's another pastors house..
"steve junior" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Worries trickling out weather and probably being heard about in the stadium now here in Atlanta as we speak a death in the Tigers family earlier this morning just reported afternoon top down the field while in the grass twelve LSU head coach ed Orgeron broke the news offense of coordinator Steve and make our betters daughter in law card four forty please racks today on its way to the game record died in the crash along with four other people she was thirty four years old she was a sports reporter the Tigers and ends being the son Steve junior is still in baton Rouge and despite this tragedy and mirror will still call plays in this game he was on the field for pregame warmups and somber but focused and received a lot of hugs from his players Steve Molly thank you Carly McCord a member of the sports team at W. D. S. U. television in the war looms where she covered these Tigers on a regular basis so Brian it's the it's the impossible transition two how this relates to the football game were about to watch this afternoon engine is the offense of coordinator the critical flea collar for the Tigers you know it's it's a you can imagine the difficulty for someone to do their job in in the face of unimaginable tragedy we know this about the Ellis you family it is tight it is emotional it is driven by ed Orgeron the fact that he was the one that the delivered the news to to Stevens mayor today can't imagine that conversation and now you know you play this forward and you think about Stephen's bigger and the role that he plays for the cell issue team calling plays mostly first and.
"steve junior" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"National semi finals the college football playoff LSU Tigers right number one in the nation getting set to take on the Sooners of Oklahoma who come in right mobile food earlier today tragedy has struck word is trickling out and probably being heard about in the stadium now here in Atlanta as we speak a death in the Tigers family earlier this morning just reported afternoon Tom out of the field twelve LSU head coach had Orgeron broke the news offense of coordinator Steve and make our daughter in law Carley McCord was aboard a plane crash today on its way to Atlanta for the game record died in the crash along with four other people she was thirty four years old she was a sports reporter easier to cover the Tigers in Ensminger son Steve junior is still in baton Rouge and despite this tragedy and being will still call plays in this game he was on the field for pregame warmups and love somber but focused and received a lot of hugs from his players Steve Molly thank you Lee McCord a member of the sports team at W. D. S. television in New Orleans where she covered these Tigers on a regular basis so Brian it's the it's the impossible transition two how this relates to the football game were about to watch this afternoon coach ends winger is the offense of coordinator the critical flea collar for the Tigers you know it's it's a can't imagine the difficulty for someone to do their job in in the face of unimaginable tragedy we know this about the Ellis you family it is tight it is emotional it is driven by ed Orgeron the fact that he was the one that to deliver the news to to Stevens mayor today can't imagine that conversation and now you know you play this.
"steve junior" Discussed on V103
"Here no wow wow it is zero point one six who body work zero point one points if you're not working is because you don't want to are you take some time off to find something else really really really kind people well who's speaking the keynote as the at the Sharjah international book fair I also made an announcement later today I'm having very very important meetings with some people all about something that I've been working on for quite some time that I'm sure surely is aware of well little did I know yeah this was very timely because now to date I will be striking a deal to date concerning something that I'm working on it I will announce it till after because surely strawberry I want to thank you was very much a part of your purchase goes just Robert Wright no I don't know how he did it all you surely the case that's what you need out a great deal with the project so I'll be telling you all about it when I leave this question yes you can we go yes you can go will meet with all the rest of us they know that is an announcement and well not at all you're out of the Houston Astros you can even make it in no what happened is there will be some Hey in real life Hey Hey Hey no in a like I wish bad on you is that like Abby but I'll be damned he and hate it's got like you better than me type heads so not true one thing yeah a line to say where do you live do you exactly exactly hello home that all sounds wonderful you know can't regulate yeah letting us know what's going on right when I leave here I'll be going to box one there are when I leave us want to be hitting two comma there was only gonna I'll go to job then I'll call hold the calls I have a love the spectacular now switch to make and I think I'll save that for next week god he Laurie yes you do it what do you do he's done my family they get mad yeah in the words of the day yeah what do we what we you well well that's that really is good news Steve we're going to move on and talk about Helloween because we kind of find out how it went at your house Carl you had a big party we saw your costume yes you look to you looks really good girl you really did it was great love you believe yeah your name again she was a haunted house his mom was a hundred house okay yeah that was my costume it was you thank you thank you and Tasha was ISIS which is Gabrielle union's character from the movie bring it on and we all know Gabrielle union dressed up as herself again all right hope you had a good time to on Halloween coming up next Matthews out of will decide between Steve junior and team Tommy J. Anthony brown who's gonna bring up the run that prank back who's going to introduce it right after this here let's see Harvey morning show one oh three two days are in B. and throwbacks.
"steve junior" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"World diary world the annuity world the insurance world why in the world to do rollovers Stephanie's going to explain that today before we get into this topic Stephanie I would like to formally congratulate you I always think this is interesting because you have been very successful you know you're running fortune financial planning Steve running kingdom financial the financial group that he started which is on the equity side to Wall Street world can you kind of been over here helping clients do what they need to do to make their retirement successful and of course have been helping in the insurance side of things but now you've completed the testing your now probably gonna bump Steve out which works out well because they can help place more golf but now you are legal I guess you could say to work in the equities world congradulations first second though why go to all that effort well as we've talked many times in the past marked the importance of being a fiduciary and fiduciary not just doing what's suitable for someone really was doing right being able to look at all areas in all parts of your finances and that is what we do in Fullerton financial we just don't focus on insurance product we just don't focus on how much can we keep in the market our life insurance we truly are licensed to be able to evaluate every situation and be able to bring a Blandon a balance to one's portfolio that just isn't suitable but more important what's right for them I'm impressed I just want you know the impress me as they always do I think I think I mean it's not something you had to do to make your company really better you just want to do it for yourself so that you can go wherever you need to what you would do anyway so I sack I think it's cool I gradually yeah I'm I'm impressed and I know now you're you're Steve junior that works for you he's got to be caught my how I got to get going he's got to get going so we're talking about rollover say on the program and you know I think we've all probably heard of those Hey when you get ready to retire you gotta roll this into that and well the reason is why why do we have to do all of that so that's our topic today I think it's really important one because it's one of the most overlooked a potentially beneficial maneuvers that you can make with your assets leading up to or even during your retirement and it's the rollover sort of talk about some of these different rollover maneuvers that one performed at the right time the right way and for the right reasons can put you in your assets in a better position for retirement so I guess Stephanie the first question any chance for years what exactly is a roll over in a financial context Mirka rollover is the term people my business use to describe an act of moving money or assets from one financial account our insurance product into another financial account or insurance products usually it's some type of electronic transaction where person or the financial or insurance professional who represents them specifies that they want custody of that person's money or assets to transfer from one entity to another and what we do is we will instruct the custodian that currently holds the money our assets to transfer the money into another custard EM in that transfer typically occurs without the account owner physically happen to move that money or assets is just caught a direct role over and that can help a person with some incredible benefits and we're gonna explain that in a moment but there are some rules that we have to be careful that we want to make sure that we follow to have access to these benefits because if you don't follow the rules that govern a specific type of role over that whole transaction can literally blow up in your face and you would be looking at an incredible amount of taxation so today we're going to spend some time not only explaining what these maneuvers are and the benefits that they provide but we want to detail the rules that apply in the kinds of when says for not following them so Stephanie then let's talk about where those rollovers happen I mean what types of insurance products I suppose but also I think you know the the financial accounts were these rollers happen well what do your arm you can roll over money between a workplace retirement accounts I had a gentleman come in just recently works for USA a fact he just turned fifty nine and a half so these are some things that we're gonna be talking about in today's show but in this case he had a four one K. with his current employer with his current custodian getting ready to retire any has these monies that really basically the only control mark that he had is he had the ability to say okay between these four different selections I want to choose this this this and this and that's basically the control that he had on that for a one K. if the markets go up and down they're not going to make any changes without him telling them that he has to make the change or that he wants them to make the change so he's sitting down with us and we're doing for planning for his retirement looking out when he should take that for one K. and what we simply dead is we took his four one K. and we began to instructed to go to or R. custody in our platform which is fidelity wants that for one K. comes over to fidelity than what we will begin to do is we're going to begin to instruct our wealth managers what to do with that for one K. and knowing that retirement he was getting close to it so maybe retirement is looming upon you what's really important for you to noted day is that you have control if you want to know do you have enough money when you retire let's face it folks when you retire the paycheck goes away how are you going to be covering your expenses what type of lifestyle or do you want to have in retirement think about this you've worked so hard and so long just like this gentleman did this last week as we were sitting down now one of the first step said he took with us is one of the first steps that perhaps you should be taken with us and that is finding out number one what is it that you need to achieve and retirement what does that check need to look like you're gonna be working with the team that we have your best interests at heart and we can provide you truly with a fresh professional perspective on your whole entire portfolio showing you how to get an income making sure that we understand risk that you might be carrying how that it could affect you in the future this isn't just some cookie cutter this isn't like looking at a page and here's your four selections pick to that work best that you feel are.
"steve junior" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"Well, I know that and I suppose you wanna say godzillas a symbol of all of that simple that if a symbol of nature unchained, and I think it's wrong is wrong about that Steve. It's not gonna come in. Breathe fire and turn turn GPS over on top of soldiers. No. I don't think anybody thinks that it will. But it's the devastating effects are much, much worse in that. We have to live in this world where they may not be enough food. There may not be enough water. There may not be, you know, places to live that we used to be able to live and we can't be more. All of that, to me all of that sounds like Godzilla to you. And as a result of that it's a big left-wing movie. Well, it comes from Hollywood's would expect. That's true. I mean, I told my wife and the kids that when they were saying, well, what do we do what he would win one. What are we going to do about it? You know. And I said, well, it is a Hollywood movie. Yeah. So you can expect us to be liberal. You're, you're scaring, your, your your, your wife and your kids. I Are you an. an you're scared it's going to be liberal? You scaring your wife and kids, my wife and kids, understand the crew essence. Well, they know that they've got a real weird father and husband, don't they know I wouldn't put it that way. Steve L is our guest folks as we talk about. Godzilla. Do we have an example of this Gammarra sent the mental link of the game? Wrote the martial music. Now, you feel proud when you hear that creature come in, and that's why I say, this isn't just get Godzilla vs Gammarra. It's got it's the left versus the right. The proud. The proud sound okay. That's the proud onto what jam come green. Yeah. The what does that make you feel better? It makes anyone feel. All right. Yeah. And I'm not saying camera exists that God got do. Got Zillah gun doing this. When I am seeing, though, is that there is a very nice way of counter counteracting, the effects of of gun. Here with this gal. That sounds like some kind of mid sixties, cornball, rock and roll. Mid-fifties going ball rock and roll fun. Another one too. You said there was muscial music. Yeah, there's a. Music from kind. Now what's happening here? Is spending the town. He's got renter. New slow and stuff up. Yeah. This is when gamma wasn't such a nice guy. Oh. I don't know if we're gonna find that decided martial music. Now, he say martial music like Martinez into it's very stirring. And I think it's very much part of the conservative movement, which is to, you know, to say, no, no, no, we're not gonna have the creature created by your climate change attacking, argh, Amera creature which represents the more conservative public view. And that's why they have lifted the gamut of songs if you ever do find them, their dented, let a little done, you know. All right, Steve, you can get with the who have that Lang dealt. Mahy used to do as music played mouth orchestra. All right. I know I know what you people think, I mean, we're, we're just having some fun up look Steve, if you ever do find that extended long. We'll play it on the show. All right. I'll have Steve junior look forward. But the most important thing that I wanna say is got ill appearing in movie, theaters across America and, and, and all over the world. Is right there? That's the that's the guy little sound..
"steve junior" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"From corona California originally from Knoxville Tennessee's married with two children. The ageless Steve junior and the ageless, April junior, his wife, April I was gonna say her daughter will his daughter, too. So, and Steve has his hurt feelings, and his Steve has his tender Asan. It's a beautiful thing. We just did a forty hour marathon with Stephen. I thought I'd heard it all man until I heard this. That we're going to play for you today. This is from July two thousand thought we bring this out of the marathon that the backstage pass listeners were enjoying and give you guys who may not be subscribers to the website at taste of what's there and not only do you get all of this material. When you subscribe to our website, you get the back story on how these bits were created, you get the backstory in how the characters were created where, where was my head at the time that we developed, this particular piece of material. What was the world like, and I'll tell you something. The world has changed a lot since two thousand a lot. A lot. And when you listen to these archives, you're getting a snapshot of what the attitudes were, and what where we were still sort of mired, and we were back in two thousand you'd think the not a lot of difference between us then and now man, we were still kind of stuck in certain places with certain stereotypes, and we exploit all of that on our show. And we did then and to, you know, some pretty pretty I would say, dynamic effect. But anyway, this is a bit from our marathon, and we're going to roll it out for you here today in the Phil Hendrie show. It St. Bozell and in this particular our he was talking about having a drink with some friends who invite him to what he thought was a party, you know, private party. So they went from a bar to what he thought was a private party turned out to be a men's encounter Grable Stephen been complaining about his marriage and complaining about his family to cliff Pettigrew the ever. Present cliff Pettigrew. Along with ROY Hutchins, who, by the way, had a different name back in these these days. But anyway, I think he went from, like ROY ward Berg to some of them, but ROY excuse me clip. Pentagon takes Steve to this male encounter group. And when Steve finds out that he was at a male encounter group, he flips, his lid, and his afraid that it's going to be written up in the Orange County. Register the big time prominent daily newspaper in Orange County, California, his fear and his panicked. Crescendo it reaches a screeching climax. It's all beautiful. Beautiful thing. We've got it free today here on the world famous Phil Emery show is a very special net cast from our classic show archives. This is St. L and the men's encounter group from July of two thousand..
"steve junior" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"The one famous Fillon reshow. Here's film. Thanks gentle and Steve Bozell is are featured artist this month, and, and Steve is going to be are featured marathon, forty-eight hours of Steve, Brazil coming up at midnight tonight, that's midnight Saturday morning, and it will go all the way until midnight on midnight on Monday morning midnight on Monday. So that's a kind of a little bit of a change for us here on the Phil, and reshow usually wrap this up by what did we do it? We did the first one we did was Belva started at midnight on Friday morning and wrapped up by midnight on Sunday morning. That's right. That's right. And we kind of gave us a cave ourselves, a break on sunny, St. bozo with us from corona California, and I recognize Steve, this is kind of an unusual occurrence, but, you know, you've been affiliated with our show for many, many wouldn't you go to the first time you came on the air with us. Oh, yeah. I do feel and, and by the way, good day to you, Steve. Thank you very much, Steve. It's good to have you with us today. Steve, steve. How're you doing son? I'm great everybody. Yeah. The first time I come on, on your show. Phil was and I guess, one thousand nine hundred ninety six or ninety seven April and I had just come to California and we'd settled in corona. She was pregnant with April junior and Steve and Steve as Steve junior was also, she was also pregnant with Steve junior, are they twins twins? No anything that she was pregnant, I'm sorry. She was pregnant with Steve, you know, he wouldn't pregnant at all. She he had the baby in Knoxville. And then we come out here and you came on my program. Remember what it was about. But the first thing was about inside like you gagged up there. Fill it did I was trying to cover it up at thanks for everybody noticing. Yes, you're always about it did sense if you were choking on something Phil. I don't wanna say the shape of it. That's neither here nor there. All right. Thank you very much. I was choking on spit. All right. God damn very ugly. You with ticket and thin. Like you're just some slob in a striped shirt who just came up out of a swamp and his. I did too selling some out of southern comfort. All right. Everybody y'all settled down. Everybody ready to get going with the show g you're not with those squirrels are you I'm out near upon you? Okay. Steve's at his pond on his property and corona. We were familiar with that. And you do have those travelling squirrels seasonal seasonal squirrel. I know you guys have breaking my cast and that's over that for a long time. But the squirrel as we know it, and as we've seen it as it has, you know, as as it has presented itself to us is important in fact seasonal and it. And when we say it's got steamer Trump, that's an allusion carries with it acorns. And they end carries the coins. The briefcase that is what the traveling squirrel squirrel that carries acorns if they're a briefcase gifts her. That is the allusion. That's why so many people called them to in the squirrel because they, you see them walking around in parks, and, and in city dumps and, and city dumps, I I'm not but they, they walk around in parks. And they walk down sidewalks, and generally, they're carrying a briefcase briefcases just to is, is a nut. No, it's an acorn or something. Well, that's, that's like way too strange for me. Let's just stick with the point here, you know that you eat. You believe me, don't you? Yes. You're Steve, I believe you. I believe we're suppose l is a lot of people say. I'm a lunatic. But if you say he would say it for a long time, Steve until all right, Steve, congratulations. Traveling squirrel air are there have been doctors out here? There have been wildlife zoo. New new people who've come out here from UC Berkeley, San Bernardino, UC Irvine. They've come out they've studied, and they have told me the traveling. Squirrel is like they called the traveler..
"steve junior" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"And and you, but the similarity in the names probably has to do generation Lee with things. Was popular when those two women were although there's a difference of some fifteen or twenty years between the two women. Right. I don't know my wife. My wife is thirty two. How's your wife? Okay. My wife is thirty eight. Yeah. Yeah. That's the same generation until that. My wife's name is. I got it Mindy. No. My wife's name is Mandy statements Mindy. I and that's just funny is that's going to get. I think unless you can think of anything else gentlemen. Thank you very much. All right. Thank you very much and don't call us. We'll call you. Okay. Thanks, coach dosier and Dr Jim Sadler here in the world famous fill in reshow. Meanwhile, crosstown Stephen Bozell talking to his from Hawaiian gardens, California here. And this is something that I never anticipated. You'd be asking me, Steve but go for bandwidth. What's on your mind Bill? I wanted to ask you and thank you for taking my call. If you had any connections. I talked to Morgan about the the right approach. I wondered if you had the ability to get a get us to get to get a TV pilot made. And and I would never ask you Mr. Henry because I know, you know, you probably get asked a lot of favors all the time. But I just want to say, please, please. If you would would you please, please, please, please. Please help me. Get a TV pilot done. Okay. I mean, I can't I don't I don't know why you would think just because I was working on one that I would have those kinds of connections because I don't you can't just but pulse. Somebody. Okay. Couldn't you call someone up or. No, I can't. I mean, I I don't know anybody that can just say, okay. Yeah. Go ahead. And I frankly, Steve if I did I probably would write one for myself. But well, I, you know, I understand you're very busy. But I think you're under under selling yourself. I mean, you just did you just work with on a big show with big stars in a big director and everything. So I think you're under selling it. You probably could do you wanna try give wanna try man? I wouldn't even know who to talk to I. Okay. But don't don't you have an agent. Yeah. I got an agent. What do you want me to ask you buy agent if she'll represent you is at it? Well, I mean, I don't I don't need that. I wanna get. I don't wanna go through the whole process of having an agent every I I wanted. want to have the show made. 'cause it's good. We have got I got a million dollar idea here. And I got the idea Mr. when I heard that you were going to be on, you know, on on on out doing a pilot and everything like you did last week. What is the idea? Well, I'm I'm a little reluctant. Stephen when just spilling out here on the year. Ganzi I'm a little reluctant to tell people because. Yeah. Stephen, I doubt. Seriously. Steve didn't you say this is about your family your well? The idea it's called the Bose L. And it features St. Boes L that would be me and my wife, April who is my wife, April, and then Steve junior played by you know, guy planes, the junior in April junior played by papal junior. Not play by your junior. And yeah, and there'd be ROY Hutchins next door. Neighbor played by an actor. I wouldn't play him. And let's just assume that whoever would have cliff Pettigrew. Yeah. Clip in Andrew would be played an enter that would play. His name is pip. I need Pettigrew limb Pettigrew, but wasn't show bell. So the show is about the dad who is Mr Bowe AL, and all of the things that he goes through every day trying to maintain his dignity in a in a world and just trying to tear it down..
"steve junior" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"For twenty thirty years will cost more certainly down the road. Do you have a plan for that? That is all part of the exclusive Fullerton four point checkup. So that's what we're talking about having an actual plan a written plan in place for you. And your spouse if you're married, and that's we're going to talk about right now. Stephanie, I think it's always an interesting dynamic in that. I think when Stephen Steve junior go hunting, my guess is you don't go with them. Hey, you better believe there's no way. No way. Well, the good thing is you've never been caught down in a canyon. And it had that send helicopters out to save, you know, but my son has. And it all worked out. Well. Another show another topic. Exactly. So what I'm saying though, is that when people come in and sit down with you, maybe they're on the same page. I'm talking husband and wife, right? We've got a couple become in. They're excited about retirement, and they can't wait to go travel and take the river cruise in Germany, or whatever it is that they dream of doing getting the RV and traveling the country, whatever it is they're on the same page. How often do the couples that come in and sit down with you are they all in on the same page or sometimes one wants to travel. The other wants to go play golf and say why enjoy your trip? Honey, I'm going to go play off. I'll see you when you get back. Well, I tell you I I don't know the really the percent. But I will I will say it's probably pretty high that that there's typically two different thoughts about retirement. I mean, even for Stephen, I even though retirement is many years out. We look at retirement different. I mean, we have common goals we want to travel. You know, we both love given to the. Community, and we're very charity minded, but also know this my husband in retirement, he will find great enjoyment in fishing now. I don't get fishing. I don't understand how my husband and my son can go fishing all day long in a boat. Not say a word to each other. Maybe catch something maybe not. But they're thinking why does mom wanted? Just go sit on the beach. What what does she accomplish? Exactly. Yeah. No, you're right. My husband doesn't understand how I can go shopping and find it enjoyable just looking at things like that is just so boring. Get in get what you want and get out, and I'm kinda disabled with it comes to fishing. I remember I had a couple come in one day and they're preparing for retirement, and as we were making a list of all their assets and all of their different types of properties and things of that nature. I remember them talking about they had had this house that way. Had been given to them from a parrot. You know, they hit inherited and it was back east. And I remember the look on the wife's face when the husband said to her. Yeah, I'm retirement. What what I like to do is? I think what we're going to go back and we'll spend half the summer there, and we'll spend the winters here. And what we're gonna do is we're going to fix this house up, and they had like a little lake and we're gonna I'm gonna fish bring grandkids back there. I remember the unwise face like actually, actually just dropping. And she goes you ever even talk to me about this. Like, I was under the assumption that we would fix it up. We would sell it. You know? I don't want to spend my summers back in that hot, humid. Mosquito type of weather. I rather go on the west coast where our grandkids live and spend time with them there. And there was such a disconnect, and you know, Mark, I will often say, well, okay. Should step out for a few minutes because I'm not a counselor. You know, but that's my job not a counselor. But. My job is to sit. And listen. Okay. Here are the things that you know, my clients are potential clients are saying that they what where do we find the happy medium? And then we begin to plan for it. And you know, the one thing that I really recommend against is waiting until retirement. And then trying to figure out what you're going to do. And what it looks like I recommend that you begin sitting down with someone like ourselves five six seven ten years out of possible. It's never too early. It's never too late. And really make sure you're on the same page see for this couple really the solution was okay. If he truly wants to go back east and spend a couple months back there do that. But maybe not live there. Like he thought he wanted to do. So there was some compromise that needed to happen. But it was good that they did wait until retirement of figure out that they were on two different pages. I was able to help them kind of. Get on the same page with some common goals. Eight hundred nine four seven nine five twenty two if he likes to now is Stephanie and the team at Fullerton financial to talk about what you're going to spend think of this. If you have fifty two weeks in a year, and you get a two week vacation, hopefully, you get four, but for math purposes, for my sake, we're going to say you get two weeks vacation. So that's fifty weeks forty hours a week. That's two thousand hours you have to replace with what you're going to do in retirement, you're not going to work anymore. So what are you going to do with those two thousand new hours you have and you've got to create something to do in their Stephanie? The team have been helping people for an awful long time started the company in two thousand four so they've heard all the stories they know and every once in a while there'll be a new story for sure, but a lot of times are pretty similar situations. So Stephanie and the team have the experience to help guide you when it comes to this point eight hundred nine four seven ninety five twenty two to sit down and chat. Here's what we're thinking about doing. What do you think about this Stephanie we'd like to do this and so forth, and you you basically work together, the formulate your retirement plan great opportunity for you? Again. There's no cost no obligation. It's eight hundred nine four seven ninety five twenty two. Stephanie Fullerton is the president and founder of Fullerton. Financial planning started the company in two thousand and four. I'm Mark Elliott. And we're talking today about your retirement plan. And I do think it's interesting Stephanie, for example, if you have a stay at home mom, which is getting rare today that it used to be certainly when we grew up. We a lot of cases had a stay at home. Mom, but you think of the stay at home 'cause I had some friends of mine that their parents when they retired seem like all they did was fight for the first month or two because the wife was like, why are you here in the kitchen? You've never been in the kitchen. Now your bothers I mean. I mean, he was like. Yes. I get it. I remember when Steve retired. And he came to work with me here at Fullerton financial which was a long time ago, but we became partners here at Fullerton, financial, Mark. I remember I wasn't used to him being around me. He worked for the city of Phoenix. It was a police officer. He was gone fifty sixty hours a week. And I remember the first couple of months that he was he was retired. Like, it'd be like where are you going to the bathroom as okay, you know, we had to make adjustments. I mean think about it. I mean, we spend most of our lives Mary but away working or whatever you've been doing. And then all of a sudden retirement comes and you're together twenty four seven you better be ready for that. Because there's a big change. Let me tell you what I wanna do for our listeners today for the next ten callers. I would love to have the opportunity are one of my team members to customize a retirement strategy plan for you as you go. Oh into retirement. We'll take a look at what you fill your expenses are going to be. We'll talk about that bucket list. We'll talk about your dreams and what's important. Maybe that one or two trips that you really want to take. But you're not sure you can why don't you come in and sit down for the next ten callers right now, we will customize.
"steve junior" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"I'm Mark, Elliot. We're talking about rising interest rate environment. And certainly we say we said at the start. We said it quite often, you know, interest rates visit on where you are whether it's a friend or foe. If you're gonna if you're young Steve junior buying that first house, low interest rates are fantastic, their friend if we're trying to save money in a safe way where we get. Compounding interest all the time. Well, it's been a fo I suppose to retirees and seniors will so what are some other steps that people maybe can take and capitalize on this potential increase in interest rates because that's where we are about a quarter percent what three or four times we've seen in the last six seven months, and it's going to happen again going to happen. Again, you know for a lot of people their home is one of their biggest assets hitting into retirement. So if you're expecting interest rates to keep rising, and you're considering refinancing, your mortgage or tapping that value of that asset via a home equity line of credit, you might want to consider joined so sooner rather than later because the obvious, you know, interest rates, we want to get the best interest rates and mortgage rates tend to increase with increases in interest rates, and it might take a few months after the fed raises rates, but mortgage rates will likely increase as a result and we've seen that. So even a pointer to increase in that rate that applies to that mortgage alone or that line of credit can make a major difference in the amount. Of interest. You end up paying remember the more money. We can keep in your pocket. The more money you have to spend. So it may benefit you to take advantage of lower interest rates before they increase, I've even encouraged some of my clients even thinking about opening a line of credit not saying use it. But opening it right now to kind of lock and should they need? It shouldn't emergency happen. I'm the same goes if you have a variable rate mortgage, and you think interest rates are gonna go up. I recommend highly that you speak to professional about refinancing. And what are your options in that? So certainly rising interest rates create different questions. I suppose, you know, at the end of the day, we need to make the right decisions when it comes to rising interest rates inflation long, Javadi market volatility and all of that. But do you find clients when they come in and talk to you Stephanie this like, for example, you're offering them not to come in no cost obligation sit down with you at eight hundred nine four seven nine five two two. How many of them are get technical about different products in this on how many of them just? I want to know if they're going to be okay can retire. Oh my goodness. They wanna know they're going to be. Okay. You know? Are they going to be okay? Yes. It's important to understand. What are the things in the services and the products that we're going to use to put the house together to put the puzzle together? But they wanna know just tell me, I am I going to be okay. I like Becky when we had been working on her five year plan with her husband in a we knew that most likely he was going to be the one that pass away. Their main thing that they kept saying I just wanna to make sure that Beck is gonna be. Okay. It was so important to Joe to know that should he pass away. I that Becky was going to be okay. I remember sitting down with them in putting the pieces together. I remember telling Joe the last time that I saw him. He looked at me a gone to his house. He looked at me. He says just promise me Stephanie. She's going to be okay. And I said, Joe, here's what I promise you that. I'm going to be there for her in that we're going to walk through this. And with strategies that we've put in place what I can tell you. I believe she's gonna be okay. I remember when I went in and sat down with her that first appointment after he passed away. I remember her telling me, she goes, you know, Stephanie just this last year. Joe told me are I told Joe Joe promise me that when you get to where you're going. We just send me a sign. Let me know that that you're okay. I promise me that she told me she'd Stephanie we've found out last year that we were going to have our first grandson. And he looked at me he says, I promise you, I will see our grandson be born. And you know, Mark I sat down with her. It was the first Monday. I was back from vacation when I was told becky's in the office and Joe had passed away and I sat down, and I said Vicky how you doing? And she said to me, she says, Stephanie don't ever let anybody ever tell you that you prepare to lose a spouse because you're not she says, you know, Joe told me he would live to see our grandson our grandson was born on June thirteen he passed away June sixteenth. He got to see. His grandson. She says the night before he passed away the doorbell rang, and I went to the door opened the door. It was our son from Utah. He had decided that day he was going to close up early and hop on a plane and come visit us any brought a pizza the last night of his father's life. He got to share pizza with me and with his son who he loves so much. She said Stephanie, you know, he promised me that he would let me know. He was okay because you know, one night after he passed away. I was kinda just walk in the house not knowing what to do. I just wasn't expecting it to fill like this. She's like go out into the garage. And I go in. There says wall that we have these white boxes and in on every one of them Joe, and I had written, you know, income taxes Christmas decorations at Halloween far everything organized Joe is so important to him. He you know, to have all of our finances in order to have all of our household things in order, and I look up and I see this blank box. She goes no writing on it. She was I'm arguing with him as. If he could hear me like how could he forget was I pull it out. I opened up the lid his messy. She was I'm sitting there balling at this point. Because he knows how organize Siam's was I started digging through and they come to this blue envelope. And I opened it up because it was sealed she goes Stephanie. It'd never been opened it was post dated nineteen Ninety-three to me Becky chosen. I read it four pages. So love letter that he had written to me. She says read it, and I'm sitting there reading it market. I come to the last line in his said, don't worry about me. I'm okay. I'll see you soon love gel. That's pretty powerful sign. She said, you know, what? I don't care. What you say? That was Joe telling me that. I'm okay, you know, Mark. And I go back. That's what I just started saying, you know, Becky at that point that we were ready for it. I needed a.
"steve junior" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Two three FM. This is the Fullerton financial hour where your retirement dreams begin. I'm Mark Elliott with retirement news network. And as always I'm here with Stephanie Fullerton, Fullerton, financial planning if you'd like find out more about Stephanie and the team Stephanie how many workshops you put on a month. Would you say one two three depends on the month depends on the pretty much we put on six events a month. So if you'd like to find out more about those there's no cost or ten now. Absolutely. Not obligated Gatien. Great opportunity. Pasture team. That's right. Talking about retirement topics with your peers, in fact, let's do this. I tell you what for every person that wants to attend an event not every we we do have to limit it. In fact, we probably have about five spots that are still open for our next of them which is coming up in the next week. If you give us a call right now at eight hundred nine four seven nine five two two eight hundred nine four seven nine five two and you make in reserve that spot. What I will do is. I will send you one of my latest books that have been released based on retirement planning. There you go. So you just give them a call eight hundred nine four seven nine five twenty two and you can always go to Stephanie's website to find out more about Stephanie the team Steve Seve junior Steve junior made it to the website. Yeah. Yeah. Okay. Well, that's single ladies. He's single. So the website is Fullerton f p the FBI stands for financial planning Fullerton f p dot com. Can find out more about Stephanie the team about the workshops great opportunity for us where it isn't Stephanie? You know that that book when you're talking about it. Stephanie and Steve Rotich your husband's Steve Steve runs. The what assets under management side of Fullerton, financial, basically. So you guys are a partnership in work and life and everything wonderful kids grandkids it hard to believe after you have grandkids. But you know, your book is living, happy, healthy and inspired retirement and your definitive financial guide..
"steve junior" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Six WFAN and WFAN FM New York. Anthony is calling from Merrick New York and Anthony you're on the fan. What's happening? Hey, Steve big fan. How are you? Well, thank you for that. Anthony, we're doing okay. Hope you to what can you say two things one about the overtime rule in too about the gentleman? Speaking about the Stanley Cup Iceland is the other big event this month was a range of victory at the Barclay center. Middle of that, I think that score was two to one I in regulation. I did not get a point like they did last night. That's right. Anybody overtime rule just to eliminate the the? Two teams the second team from having an advantage. You know, both teams getting the ball. I was proposing. Maybe like they're not allowed to go for it on fourth down. No fourth down attempts other than upon to a field goal. This way the second team wouldn't have that advantage of going for what down knowing they had to score a touchdown. Well, again, as a part of your thinking, you're being creative. That's for. Sure. I have no problem really seriously with the way it is. It is what it is. And again, I think all of us are now trying to reinvent the wheel. It'll be interesting to hear what Brian Baldinger as respected an NFL voice as there is the former player, and of course, with the NFL network. I won't talk with him in the eight o'clock hour, I'm interested to hear what he has to say about what the overtime Steve is calling from Manhattan. Steve. Junior junior j unit double MARTINI. The big unit baby the nineteen ninety five pilot family. That's how have had a few about. So what they should do is dissolve the overtime problem. It's just let the fans come down and play smoothies sweep out which banking alfalfa, the ridiculous things that people come up with the savvy. I say fifteen minute period. That's it. And don't tell me the guys at tight tight. Try let these guys try to work nine to five everyday. Like, we do you would have to. Well, I under well, listen, I mean, we're not working nine to five were into violence and indoor slapping each other hard as we can the so it's a little bit different for most of us who are not NFL players, and the and again, you ought to listen to what you just said about being a little bit on the weird and crazy side. That's for sure. Thomas is calling from Babylon and Thomas you're on the fan. What's going on? Stuck summers? Taking my call Thomas. Thank you for making it. Yes. Yes. My simple point is. I don't think the NFL needs to change anything about the overtime rule. It's over time. What team to score one team has to stop. If there's ever a time where your defense has to step up and do it. That's it. You don't stop them you loose. And you're right about that defense because if there's a safety or I mean, let's face it. You could win on a safety. If you're the first score a safety. That's for sure. Movie. Besides that. I mean, let's not forget the defense is also highly paid professionals. So I know it's the end of the game, and perhaps you're tired, but to have speak to old school, you're tired, or guess what you can be later. Because right now, you've got a job to do your job at the stop. You. Don't stop them. You don't go the Super Bowl if there's not a greater instead of a sport. And I don't is. And here's another thing about those who would like to see a full quarter or twenty minutes, we heard from one previous caller I you'd have to get the players association. I'm sure to go along with that as well as the owners, but television would have something to say about all of it about because let's face it three and a half four hours. They want to get to all of their promos that you see all of the shows they want to show you and with the promos you see during the football game. They eventually want to get to those shows after the game is over. And I don't think they want the game to go until prime time, especially on a Sunday night. Scott is calling although we do have with the NBC has Sunday night game. But for FOX and CBS and everybody else for Sunday night, primetime eight o'clock and beyond Scotus calling from Stanford. Scott you're on the fan. What's going on? There. You see first time caller, thanks for taking my call. Thanks for making it for sure. My question is with all controversy in football with water catches. Why is it so difficult for the NFL to make a rules change to say that if the ball touches the ground in any way, shape or form, it's not a catch? Well, we have the ground cannot cause a fumble. But and we should have the ground cannot cause a completion. I agree. One hundred percent. So why does it become such a problem? Why is it that were having a difficult time with officials on the field and the rest of his figuring out? What is a catch? Why is it so difficult for us to understand this? They want to shorten the game. But they spend twenty minutes trying to figure out if it's a catcher, not right? And that's another thing the lack of efficiency with all the technology available to get it. Right. It takes all day already. I just wish they would change that role. It's they can simplify if the ball of the ground. I don't care if it's a blade of grass, it's not a catch period and the problem, well again and still you're going to have some debate on that too. Because you could have. You could have control as you are falling face down. And with the ball right up there on your chest. I mean, the ball is likely to be hitting the grass and likely to be hitting the ground. Do you have control of that football as you? And with the ball are getting the ground. So I guess say you would have a situation here where you are making a catch and falling down onto the ground. What the ball right up there against your chest. Should it be complete or not? Brad. And we'll go to the videotape and we'll go under the hood. And we'll take all day to determine that. It's probably incomplete Brad is calling for Milford. And Brad you're on the fan in New York City. What's happening? Brad. Hi, how are you? Well, we're coming along backtra, Sal, I'm doing well. Thank you very much. I miss you. During the holiday so Christmas on Boxing Day, and. Are you are you bringing up the team the team that we're going to get so much of from next week the team that we all love to hate. I really wanna talk about that chain. You can of course, fantastic. They have a hell of a talent. I'm sorry about the words. But. I actually read an article today that a ten year old one has science fair by making a Bob product of how Tom Brady cheated. Well, we listen ten-year-old dead. This was in Kentucky. Yes. I it's it's on the internet. You can read it yourself. Well, I don't know. Well, here's the thing. And and thank you, Brad. That's I like that a ten year old the ads doing the listen advance this kid a whole grade. Give him an a, but it's also something that we have done before too. We're not probably the only radio-types that have done something about New England cheating. People.
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