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"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

06:53 min | 7 months ago

"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"Welcome back to another episode of reality life with kiki see hoped you've had a great week. I can't believe we're already here. Admit november. I actually just went out and bought a prelate christmas tree. I think i might put it up tomorrow. I dunno guys. Maybe we could all celebrate new year's even two weeks and call this year a day. Are you with me. I mean but one good thing. That's come out this week. Is that the netflix series. The crown started up. And i look forward to this song. I can't even tell you. It's the one series that i can watch with my husband so i've been waiting to start that for this friday. I might have to give the kids benadryl and just let them go to sleep early. I cannot wait. i'm not even kidding. You another great thing that i'm looking forward to is this new docu series on hbo. It's called murder on middle beach since the vow has ended and seduced as ended. Like i need something to suck me. In i watched that net flicks docu series called carmel. Who killed maria marta. I needed another true crime. Fix and i think found one so murder middle beaches on hbo. Four part docu series in which filmmaker madison hamburg investigates his mother's mysterious death. Oh my gosh can you imagine. Oh what are you working on. A docu series about my mom's mysterious murder. Good i mean how do you get over that how you need to therapy during filming of that after the filming of that so barbara hamburg was found murdered on the yard or middle beach road rental home in connecticut on the morning of march thirteen thousand ten so the autopsy revealed that the forty eight year olds. Death came from blunt force trauma and sharp force injury so on the day that she died. Barbara was supposed to show up in family court for case with her ex husband. Geoffrey hamburg who barbara over the years alleged oath thousands in alimony child support so of course immediately. He became a person of interest but no one was ever charged suit to this day. Her case remains unsolved mystery. Shrouds were story. There have been theories about her death and murder. Middle beach covers that so that begins on sunday. So check that out this episode. I feature an interview. With publicist and manager lizzie. Gruen who is a friend of mine. Lizzy was in the two thousand five mtv reality. Tv show called power girls. So this is a real walk through memory lane. Lizzy was mentoring. A team of young hopeful publicists on the show as they work their way in the world of celebrities glamour and pr to ultimately earned a permanent spot honor team along with her respect. She's like a no nonsense news anchor and she had all these incredible clients at the time was like a great time in pop culture and so this was like a window into what it would be like to be a young woman working in new york city working for someone with those kinds of clients show took its name from this nineteen ninety eight new york magazine cover story. That was about lizzie and a few other women who were these like power. Pr girls that were really changing changing the game in the city and in with celebrities and how you represented celebrities. So this show followed lizzy. These four young female assistance. Rachel allie kelly. Emily doing the work of celebrity. Publicists in manhattan so planning nightclub. Openings album launches mingling with celebrities in the press and the four were competing for this permanent role atr firm relying on a combination of their skills. Sapling the sex appeal and she lizzy was like the mentor. And it's sort of parallel like the apprentice so the show is great because it showed you doing all the day to day activities. I can't even imagine how many young women watch that show and thought. I wanna have a career in pr and they ended up. You know working for some pr firm and going to the opening of like a retirement home. I mean i think that it's totally glamorized. What the job would be like to work with the celebrity so it was a lot of fun to catch up with her an oscar about the show. I also wanted to talk to abby. And vanessa from real moms bravo and danny murphy about what they thought about. Bravo's premiere of the real housewives of salt lake city. I've been looking forward to this. Show premiering for quite some time now. Who wouldn't want a window into what it's like to live in salt lake city. I don't feel like there are any shows about that. There was the provo bachelor. Spinoff cate kennedy. So i told me about which i love to watch and i have my one friend steve. Tate kinda. Give me the scoop on. What's going on in salt lake city but to watch a show about the way that housewives live like sign me up so finally this week the show premiered and i had to ask them what they thought about the show. Also so here we go lizzy welcome to the show. Hey honey i'm so excited to finally come on your show south. Let's go back to the beginning. Where'd you grow new york city. And what in the world was it like to grow up in new york city. Your father is the famed entertainment. Lawyer your mom the beautiful you bet. You are just hobnobbing with like all. These people that became international stars sensations socialites. People in business and sports. What was it like to grow up in the city. At that time it's funny because you know when you're younger and people. I didn't realize at the what my dad did. Or or higher. I say they send up what he did. Until i went to college for a hot minute. Okay caused like people knew about him. But i didn't. Because i mean i knew he was managed came away and i met certain you know of his crimes growing up but i really didn't understand who he really was so his clients are major music stars. So are they just walks waltzing through your house like what was like a normal saturday like it. Your house did you just have people come in and out go actually You know we. I'd go to concerts and very young age. Like my remember. That village cpap okay. They were that was like the first concert i ever went to or a madonna concert. So you know like back in the day So these two people you know it didn't occur to me because it you know. I've been looking at them as celebrities. Because i was young. Did you have so. Many performance your mitzvah. I didn't.

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"steve tate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

11:37 min | 1 year ago

"steve tate" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Is the one weekend a year we remember those who have sacrificed their lives for the freedoms that we often take for granted and all I can say is that our freedom is never been under more attack than to spend the last several months since the first amendment the second member the third in the ninth and tenth amendments mean nothing and what's happening to our country is very sad I want to get perspective on this from from Eric trump and Eric trump welcome again of the bill Cunningham show Eric how are you good to be back on I'm looking at a story out of fox news it talks about that many Memorial Day events have been canceled for Monday because after all it's covert nineteen time I live in Cincinnati Ohio I came out on Wednesday or Thursday the superintendent of schools in Cincinnati with thirty seven thousand students and I may have to cancel school in August or September or go maybe one day a week and four days at home I look at the crisis mentality happening in this country and by the way Eric trump not one child at a thirty seven thousand or so have died of covert nineteen and it came out on the Columbus dispatch story a couple days ago that of the deaths in Ohio seventy percent were in nursing homes or other long term care facilities which means in Ohio three of one hundred thousand Ohioans have died a covert nineteen that's like filling up their high state horseshoe three and that's terrible if you're one of the three but that's not a public health crisis do you think there are some in the media when I look at the great results in Texas and Florida I look at the terrible results in your home state of New York and Connecticut mission that number might be something going on other than the pub public health crisis Eckerd bill there's no question about it I mean I I started this whole controversy engaged you need the other night and and and that was Sunday night last Sunday night and I think you know what these people are milking it for everything that it's worth and you know this this was a real thing and you could have had a million people are two million people died and was scary what was what was happening and it was it was serious but the whole concept was you go when you close down travel you flatten the curve people stay at home and it's exactly what this country it is exactly what IT did so well and I'm proud my father my father got ostracized he he got absolutely kill bill when he said you know what I'm not gonna allow placing from China I'm not I'm going to turn them off and and and he went he went five note there well that you know will make in this business that healthcare him in that reckless and careless right yeah and he goes no I want to avoid a public health crisis me I think we're close down and people are going to stay home for a little while and we're gonna find this car in the world can go back to work the problem is the Democrats don't want anybody to go back to work and I'm looking if they have difficulty here attacked the land he what what does your attack happened there they want to eliminate the voter ID think about that they be here at three trillion dollar stimulus package wants to eliminate voter ID they want absentee ballots for everybody so effectively want change the way that people go across this nation it's insane they don't actually care about the heroes in the heroes act they care about making sure that they were elected in twenty twenty and they're milking this for everything it's worth give you one other thing fell well I live in New York City and about three miles away from where I live is Connecticut right the neighboring state yeah new York restaurants will probably close down all of Connecticut's restaurants are totally open so what's happening you were literally having New Yorker singer having this another state but let it isn't just this isn't just New York I think it's happening in Indiana and other places right where they're putting in Indiana but but but everybody from New York is flooding into Medicaid to go to Connecticut restaurants and to go out into Medicaid because New York is so so locked down into the businesses over there the the the business if you're in in my home state are suffering because of the incompetence of a governor who just doesn't want you open the state we find the courage we plan to curtail people have to go back to a point this is going to have a lasting effect on the US economy in the states it's devastating I mean millions of people out of work that's why my father shouting from the rooftops people have to get back to work after I get back to work you may here's my my own majoring in New York City saying what we wanna reopen till September I mean are these people out of their minds the answer is yes because I'm looking at real clear politics coronavirus US deaths in Texas there is five per one hundred thousand and two with a fiver on long term care facilities so like in Ohio which three out of one hundred thousand Florida is ten out of one hundred thousand more than half the long term care towards five out of one hundred thousand the only bad states may use that term or New York New Jersey Massachusetts Michigan Pennsylvania Illinois what are all those states have in common militant that that that that that's right and and you don't know what you criticize everybody everybody did their did their part to make sure that it didn't become immediately it clearly is a global pandemic and it could have killed millions of people in this country and and when we avoided that but now people also have to realize we have to get back to work we have the greatest common in the world we have the biggest economy in the world and Americans aren't meant to be cooped up in their homes Americans want to work they want to be social we want to be able to enjoy life they don't want to be you know directed by government as to how to live their life and what to do you know and and by the way there has to be some level of personal responsibility and everybody can do that you could do with if we have to fight it out but everybody can use good judgment and do it safely in this country have to open back up and and you watch no different than cover national trend that's been happening for the last fifteen years the things that have been doing best in this country Florida Texas North Carolina they're also the first ones to open back up right and it is the they understand the importance of the our economy they understand the importance of job today understand the importance of you know getting money flowing through the system again and you know having people be prosperous I mean I'm almost father of of two beautiful young kids have a son Luke who is almost three years old I have a beautiful daughter Carolina is almost one I mean the notion of them not being able the notion of the loop not being able to go to school in September thank you for giving her five children to education and had had every child in this nation not be able to go to school I mean I I I have a I have a half sister Kissimmee who wasn't able to have a formal graduation she graduate from Georgetown law one must proceed to school she's smart kid work super hard to what we will have a formal graduation she missed what everyone else in this country head you know it you mean so many people graduating high school graduating grade school graduate college you know the issue they weren't able to have a form which was not able to have any of us watched her walk across the beach you'd expect that we can get back to normal life you know Eric trump I'll put up a tweet the other day about governor DeWine and others who say E. sensually that fax ought to matter in that fox I had this to it up from from Wednesday governors have crushed our great hospitals for no reason destroyed our children's education committed economic suicide causing fifty million Americans to lose their job and taking billions from Medicaid each day causing thousands to die and then I ask the question is it time for doctor Amy alcon our health director to answer some tough questions and the answer is yes we can do two things at the same time that doesn't mean that if you're seventy five years old with two co more cut coal abilities that you don't want to somehow stay at home but we got to live our life I'm looking at the you know in Ohio more people die every year of the seasonal flu then I've got a covert nineteen in Kentucky twice as many people die the seasonal flu is this an excuse used to make more people unemployed more people dependent upon government and I think the answer obviously is yes but how do we get out of this vicious cycle when the media doesn't cover important stories and keeps the same thing fat every day in the miles of the American people and I I look at what's happening in the Midwest I'm happy my half the time with the wind hardly ever with with Brashear in in Ohio right now we're kind of opening up slowly and things but I see the economy being crushed that fits a long turn liberal democratic mode of making more dependent upon government and and California which was the one of the first states to shut down Gavin Newsom nine of one hundred thousand Californians have died a covert nineteen happen long term care facilities it is not a problem anywhere but about seven or eight states what we act as if it's a public health crisis and it could have been in March there was fear two million are going to die twenty million in the hospital but in Ohio Kentucky Indiana Texas and Florida Tennessee that once there was no curve to flatten and maybe in your in New York there was a curve but here there was no how do you flatten the curve when you really flattening the economy and the only person standing up as your day at leisure data the co Yannis does say this is a bunch of bull crap and get back to work and I'm not saying it's it's irrelevant but I'm saying we can do both and without your dad's leadership on the issue getting back imagine if Joe Biden was in the presidency they get it a five trillion dollar not three but five I know this morning what one of your dad's economic advisers talk maybe about one trillion McConnell my friend from Kentucky may be involved in that but at some point we're going to turn the corner now secondly the Wall Street journal I want you to discuss this about what's happening with general Flynn which I think I think it is an awful thing the Wall Street journal on not on Wednesday or Thursday put up a story the team Obama spied on trump officials and try to conceal it the larger truth is this it's undeniable the Obama administration spied on the political competition they continue that's fine even after Mr trump was elected then tried to cover it up is there any doubt that occurred and why it's not the media covering that no no wonder people expired on some of the people is fine I mean we just came out a couple weeks ago that you know in that not only with the general plan and a lot of other people it was it was all of us I was don Ivanka myself really Jared it was all of us we were all on mastering the whole process I mean this is just coming out now and guess what you know the M. S. N. dot EDU absolutely nothing they say absolutely nothing with that image you know the Russian conspiracy was about you know even with the dominant he read in the news for two and a half three years and guess what when the whole thing gets the bomb they say nothing about it when you know general Flynn was effectively framed by the FBI and ineffectively that that and that's what they need right yes yes guess what NBC gets so much coverage ABC and NBC and CBS have about general point Steve Tate tried to take down and they didn't frankly I mean talk to millions and millions of dollars which he didn't have put him in massive amounts that they had tried to take him out try to coerce him you know for fear of of putting his son in jail and other things not to plead guilty I mean this is what these people do this is third world stuff I mean this is the third world tactics the weaponization of the legal system bill I've never seen anything like in my life I mean but but we were all targeted in this entire thing and you know what we proved to be right and we prove.

"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

11:46 min | 1 year ago

"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"Wh how do people I mean. They've passed out now. I mean literally nothing I mean no not really John Scott at night joke about stuff like especially with him that his his core audience has aged out of the hunting screaming section So they typically do although he's now on this new show Nancy drew that's on the CW And it'll be interesting to see if you circled back to the screaming. Fainting Section Section But also I think living in a small town. It's just nobody cares. You know it's not a it's not a thing nobody really cares and park. City has a very large number of sort of known people. And I don't think I've ever seen anybody like the killers killers They're in the local bakery every single morning almost every single morning and nobody even looks up. And I'm like you guys not knowing that is over there. I mean the whole band is Dave Matthews was in there the other day. It's it's one of these strange little bubble like that. I'm excited to see this season With the hopes that there are at least two people that are in part of like multilevel marketing business. I did you know that Utah has the most. MLM's lambs of any state in the Union. I did know that because my friends Steve Tate lives out there and has like finger on the pulse and he also said that there are a ton of instagram influencers in the Salt Lake City area. Which I find very fascinating? Isn't that that fascinating. And there's actually a metric on this but I looked into a while back because it also Salt Lake. How is the number to cities for plastic surgery and that is true and I would thought yeah? It's fascinating right. It seems counter to the what you would think. The culture was about But there take a lot a lot a lot of Work put into the outside appearance. That is absolutely a cultural thing. That happens here for sure. I wouldn't say Park City so much park city definitely more of a rustic mountain town but Salt Lake Provo Which I think is where the show there's GonNa be? It's a it's a big deal. I mean there's more beauty bloggers I think In Salt Lake County. Then maybe any other county in the country so I read that right then below that makes sense. I believe it was Steve That told me that part of the plastic surgery is that if you're more men essentially your your husband is your gateway to the next life and not if you're not with them it's harder access to it so you will do everything to stay. Hey you know looking fit because should he divorced you got you got a longer stair. Climb up to heaven to ooh. This is interesting. Yeah that is not a An Avenue that I heard. But here's something that I considered that I think is is is compelling and I have a ton of friends that are that are in the church and it's actually a really incredible place to live and because of that because the culture is about family and being kind and taking care of your neighbor and so have a lot of respecting admiration for it but I also think that as humans. We are almost driven to has some kind of distraction addiction Something that is forward facing. That's not allowing us to go deeper And because there's so so many restrictions in that faith I kinda think it can become unless like a drug and then you have to think of it too. It's like a drug flash. It gets you drugs. That are okay right. I mean that's another thing that's really interesting about you. Try Very High abuse rate of prescription medications. But it makes sense right because batches sort of. That's an okay lane. It's not against the rules but ah coffee is and alcohol is and you know sex and all these different things that some of the other people in the world might gravitate to to distract themselves but I think regardless ars list. We're looking for the destruction that's GonNa keep us from inner work and I think plastic surgery is one of those things I mean. All of that stuff falls in that category. So I don't I know it's compelling now I mean you can definitely go into a rabbit hole absolute about it. Well here we are. It's December. It's almost the end of the year. The holiday season for for many people all is a fun time filled with parties celebrations social gatherings the family and friends but for many people. It's time filled with sadness self-reflection loneliness and anxiety diety and so I wanted to talk to you about what people can do to sort of manage the expectations that they have for themselves and for the for others at this time of the year. So what would be the right out of the gate. The first message to people about managing expectations around the holidays. I feel like across the board and this is what I'm hearing from my clients for my friends from you know people on the street. This is by far the most stressful time of year. I think it's obviously coupled with the holidays. But then you've got bad weather and like you said you have all these expectations. I am a big believer in boundaries but heart of the issue. I think before you get to at this point is you have to kind of establish boundaries before you get here but if you found yourself here and you're kind of in a spin out There's actually a coaching coaching mechanism. That I love. That's called the three BS they'll give it to you really quickly. But it's called baggage barter. It better it so anything. That's coming coming your way you run it through those three things. Can I bag it. Yes or no can barter. It tonight asked for help. Can I better it and often times I think especially for women we end end up in bettering department but the bettering department can be. If you're conscious about something so you have to get you know fifty different Christmas mess presents for people or holiday presents for people. What could you do to make that a fun experience? So instead of trudging through it if you're gonNA say shop online maybe the glass of wine. Can you turn the music off Christmas music. You make yourself things food that you enjoy. That's the that's the version of better yet. So I think if in a perfect world we have extraordinary boundaries that don't allow this time of year to be a complete spin out But obviously takes takes work it takes time takes focusing focusing consciousness But I think the three BS for palatable approach to what's coming out you is is fabulous. How do you avoid triggers? Like if you know something running back and you're conscious of it. How can you avoid those triggers? My I get triggered I mean I think all of us get triggered and there are some times when it finds you at a at a bad time and you might flip somebody off after they turn their back but the much better thing I think for the holidays and this is going to give you lots of BS and Cs lots of letters but they're so easy to remember. There's something I created in my coaching. Practice is called the three ends months move meditate. Now here's the deal my therapist purpose. Yes I go to therapy. I mean I am love it. It's Plymouth. Everything to my therapist said to me a couple of weeks ago. You can be in a therapeutic session with a person who's completely completely spinning out and you can say to them. Hey What about meditation? Hey what about meditation not constantly go. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. And he said on average it takes about three years for people to truly adopt a meditation practice. That's actually affected and beneficial for them. So I say this with The granular senior concepts that. It's going to be really really hard but if you practice the three you wake up every single morning and do not give this up so much that means means not the other month but actually eat something that is nourishing. I mean the other much could actually be beneficial to real on people do Get something nourishing into your body body. Do not give it away. Do not give it up. Move Your Body and if anybody ever tells me that that's impossible. I'm a person who had three small children terrible postpartum depression. I would stand in a room and just walk in place so yes you can. And even if it's small small matters do it anyway and the final one is meditate again a lot of people that spend people out. I just put a client the other day. I can be washing the dishes and saying a mantra in my mind. That's a form of mindful meditation. But those those three things will minimize your triggers in such a way that you may not even even noticed that they haven't lots of boyfriends are breaking up with her girlfriends before the holidays are they reevaluating their life and year org just avoiding holiday gifts Okay that's a really good one. I mean that's clearly a person by person thing thing okay. The broad strokes coach and the answer is going to say who cares. It doesn't matter what the reasoning is. If something's happening to do you if there's been a current in your life I called him breadcrumbs and pay attention to those breadcrumbs give them a level of consciousness that allows you to see what the guiding light is around it because if you can if you can dive into the reality that the universe has a greater plan for you then you can implant for yourself then. It's a relevant if that guy staying or going and PS anybody who breaks up with you right before the holidays. I don't care if they're trying to reevaluate or not by something move on sister. You're better off autumn and now what a garbage person horrible okay. You like that because you know what. Then they're going to break up with you right for your birthday today and then you're going to go. Why didn't I see this coming? You did see it coming but you look the other way. Okay here a couple of questions from some listeners. And they're hoping that you can give them some advice ready. Okay okay. I feel like all of my friends are posting pictures from holiday parties and of great vacations and I can't help but feel bad about it. What can they do? Instagram by. The way is full of lies and the worst people are the ones that post pictures next to private jets. I I think that they deserve a spot in how okay I would say. This is probably the biggest Conversation that I'm having right now with clients is is a trigger that occurs when they're making not getting invited to holiday parties They're feeling a little bit isolated a little bit less out All the fancy glitter and like you said and I think we could say it a thousand times and it doesn't always resonate. INSTAGRAM and social media are highlight. Reel so you're not seeing the pre and post of even the something might have looked glamorous and wonderful a lot of times I think when those nice things consistently highlighted. It's because that person deeply hurting in the first place and they feeling need to express themselves and that way so that's step one but step two is and again this could sound shade. But if you find yourself.

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"steve tate" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

CATS Roundtable

04:57 min | 1 year ago

"steve tate" Discussed on CATS Roundtable

"The morning America this is the cats roundtable. China cats here Sunday morning. What's new in the skies? Well our guest. Dr Sky is is known as Steve. Kates many of our listeners really really liked listening to what's going on skies. Good Morning. Steve How are you this morning. I'm doing great John. Good Morning. Happy Holidays Merry Christmas to everybody and John December is another amazing months for people to look in the sky and we always begin with the moon. Because because that's usually the easiest object naturally for people to see because many of our listeners of course living bright lit cities and they wonder how they can see some things. So let's start with the Molin John. On you know. At the end of November we have this amazing conjunction of Venus and Jupiter. The Moon the moon moves onto. It's beautiful full-face John. This one for December whereas appropriately told us the full coleman. You know you probably could've thought they could have figured a better name for it but how apropos because of the cold weather that of course abounds much of the the nation during this time of year but the reason I mention it as the full told them John it takes the longest path across the sky. So it's just the opposite of what like the some does during summer so this is the absolute opposite side of the sky so that's a beautiful sight for people to watch that occurs on the twelfth. But you know then. The Moon John as many people of course want to know it moves onto this last quarter of the nineteenth and then back to the is the months to the end of the year. And that's always that's really the best time to look at some fainter through objects trying to get something really cool here on the eleventh of December in the evening watchers have a clear sky just looked at the South West you'll see a very close conjunction Venus and the planet Saturn within about a degree and a half. What does that mean that means if you take your some hold it out as far as you can? Those two planets will be exceptionally close. And let's talk a little bit about the Christmas Star because so many people during this time of year either of course wonder about that amazing event that happened thousands of years years ago marked the birth of Christ child and many people speculate astronomers to John that the conjunction of Venus and Jupiter might indeed have been one of the signs of the sky. So simply folks. Have you looked at Venus in the evening sky. That's going to be the best reputation that we can get. That Christmas star probably looked like a long time ago John so those that want to see some things called meteor showers. We have something really cool coming up on the morning of the fourteenth. And if you look into the sky that is high up into the East you probably We'll get to see a few of these meteors from what we call the Gemini Meteor shower. And it's actually one of the best meteor showers of the year. And why it's because it leaves long trailing meteors even though you'll have some bright online this guy so if you're interested in that and who isn't on the evening of the thirteenth get ready looked at the northeast guy if you're out they're looking as early as you can fourteenth hole coming from the constellation of Jilin either twins and Jaren finally for people who of course are on the opposite side of the Earth on the twenty six there has to be an amazing angular eclipse of the Sun. This is when it's not a totally safe event to watch because the moon at this time we'll be smaller them the sun and thus this ring of light or ring of fire will be visible the faster those listeners that are traveling to the other side of the earth. Let's say Saudi Arabia across the India. All the way across China and into the Pacific Ocean to Guam. It's twenty twenty actually brings up some really cool stuff and I just wanted to really just briefly just mention into the listeners. Twenty twenty we actually get to see the planet. Mars come second closest to the Earth's and twenty sixteen came very close but toward October of next steer. It's going to be Mars fever all over again if I was on. If you had asked me and I know people have every day and people may ask you what was probably the biggest news story Orient Astronomy for all of twenty nineteen and it has to be in touch guys offended many the revelation of a event horizon around something they call a black hole. Oh no you and I have talked about that a long time this object around the galaxy called. Mad Seven fifty five million light years away. Isn't that amazing John that we actually can get through radio telescope. Imaging Kennedy's telescopes we see this dark circle and that's an ominous object in space the black hole pulls in light not them all forms of electromagnetic radiation. So it's not a quite an amazing story Steve Tate otherwise stack the sky. Thank you for your update about our skies. And and I'll tell you. Will we ever find out if the earth is flat. I hope that many people just go on and Google images because of the earth because honestly I can't believe but some people still believe it but either way John Very Christmas and happy New Year and of course a great holiday for each and every one of the listeners. Just like you so much. Thank you thank you for coming on and have a great holiday. This is the cash roundtable. We'll be right back..

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"steve tate" Discussed on Classic Races

Classic Races

10:29 min | 1 year ago

"steve tate" Discussed on Classic Races

"Teammate Ryan Newman. Made it at a top ten. So he'll be on the stage as well Carl Edwards of course winds up second in the standings Kevin Harvick Third Matt. Kenseth breath gained two spots. He'll wrap up the season fourth in the championship points. Brad Kazlauskiene Fifth Jimmy Johnson. Sixth Dale Earnhardt Jr. Seventh Jeff Gordon with his great finish. Finish tonight coming in fifth. He moved up three spots in the points and he will be eight in the two thousand eleven final points standings then Hamlin came from the cellar and moved up to ninety. You'll be on the main stage and again Ryan Newman completes those in the top ten in the final point standings of the season. This is hard to believe the whole thing's over it seemed like As we usually say when we come to homestead seemed like we just started then all of a sudden it's time to come to here and go to the awards dinner and then started all over again. Di seems things like wheat. Two weeks ago the Trevor Bayne surprised the world by winning the Daytona five hundred and then to wrap up this season. As we've said so many times one of the best I can remember as far as competition throughout the course of the year every track we went to all the surprises the first time winners and the eighteen different winters we had throughout the course of the year and a wrap all all that up with a race like this the came down to such an even matchup between two drivers really. You can't ask for a whole lot more and you just wonder what you so you know. What can we expect next year after something like? This can't be any better than this. Well there's always a possibility but he's going to have to go some if it does out do this when that's for sure I like. I said it's the best one ever seen it. I've been here. I'm trying to counter bar your fingers with a couple of weeks celebrating. His Third Sprint Cup series is championship is he. Wins the Ford four hundred. Let's go down the GATORADE Victory Lane. I'll tell you what it is an absolute celebration down. Here he gets a big hug. Medi Jarvis Tony there. There are so many storylines from this race. Has Johnny Morris with bass pro shop comes in gives him a big hug. So many storylines with this race. But I WANNA start with. What are a your thoughts? What are your feelings right now? Standing here as a three time champion in the first car owner champion that we've had in almost twenty years after the away. Those first center and nine laps went today He couldn't be more proud. We had had the problem early. And how the whole in the nose and everybody in this Office Depot Mobil One. Chevy team did a great job getting it back going and then we had the contact with Reutemann and we had to come back in and fix it again and I told him I said man. It'd be it's GonNa make guys man we come back twice and still kick their butts so it was just optimism and trying to keep the guys pumped up but then to come out here and actually do this. A man is awesome. It's it's an honor to be in the same category with Alan quickey but Allen. Did it all on his own and I got a great Kohner with Gene Haas and Joe custer put all this this together with Rick Hendrick and just couldn't be more proud of our guys in our organization and You know everybody Ryan Newman teammate. Everybody on the US Army Tornadoes Chevy Evian just a just an honor to be here in your quick to share the praise with a team and rightfully so. But you made a couple of moves out there that you've got to just say you made those those move lap one fifty four. Why down the main straight away and a three wide pass that you had for the leap talk about those moves that shows how bad I wanted to win this thing? I mean you know during the season you guys a little more room than APP but when you're going for a championship you can't. You can't hold anything back and you know I was. I was racing around. Good you guys when I did that all night and we just had to. We couldn't we couldn't leave it on a table. I mean we we had to go on the restart and that was a strong suit for us all night and you know we took off at one restart I think. Twelve came off the corner fifth or sixth on outside and manage. Just an awesome night when your car drives that good and you can you can go get it done. Unlike that those last twenty laps call started closing a little bit. And then you pulled away. Did you do anything different than I made. Sure that if if we got in traffic that I had a little something in my back pocket to go with so You know we took care of it. We knew that he was gonNA have to run hard to catch us and going to have to abuse these tires. And if we just ran our pace that You know we could when we got to trafficker if he closed anymore that we could go when we need it to you mentioned Allen Kotecki but you're now in the same category with guys like David Pearson Darrow. Walter Kale Arbor Lee Petty All Hall of Famers a three time. Champion your thoughts on that It's an honor. That's that's an impressive group to be with and a Just an honor to have the opportunity to be a part of that with those guys and like I said if it weren't for Gene Haas and Joe Castor in every Bite Haas automation. You know daring grab. We wouldn't have this opportunity so Just very proud that I've got a group of guys that believed us when we started this in office depot the first company and then to have mobile income on board this year just truly honored to be here with these guys. Congratulations past the third. But I bet this is the most special enjoy it and you owe me a six pack for this to absolutely lutely. You've got that come in Tony. Stewart is our two thousand and eleven NASCAR SPRINT Cup series champion. And he's going to celebrate right now. Tony Stewart getting a big from his mom. Tell you what this is one more celebration down here celebration does continue down and Gatorade Victory Lane. Gatorade is the official sports beverage rich of the homestead Miami speedway and so ends another racing season. We congratulate the champions all determined this weekend. Austin Dillon in the NASCAR camping world truck truck series on Friday night last night ricky. stenhouse junior winning the NASCAR nationwide series championship. And Tonight Tony Stewart. Who wins the Ford four hundred and his his third Sprint Cup series championship again? The season is over of racing. But we're not done yet. Our next broadcast coming your way on Friday night December second will come to your from the Wynn. Las Vegas Nevada the NASCAR awards banquet. That's at nine PM Eastern time again on Friday night December second. There's a lot of thank yous that need to be said that is we close out the two thousand eleven season I to all the PR reps who help us so much. Every week and all the personnel and the media centers at the different tracks that make our lives a little easier. And of course I to the drivers and crew chiefs that gives us time each week and thank you to the NASCAR inspectors and officials who put in an unbelievable amount of hours and still find time to work with us to all. Oh you folks we may not say thank you as much as we should but we do appreciate everything you do also a special thanks to the folks that are in radio. Our Administrative Team in Concord North Carolina. Our President David Hiatt and Executive Assistant Sharon Griffin our affiliate relation. Staff Director of affiliates Cheryl Night Sandy. Good Steve Tate Valerie. gladden in and Brian Hacker also to our traffic directors. 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"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

02:30 min | 2 years ago

"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"And their ideas are just incredible. You know, it's everything from music and entertainment technology to laundry technology. Some of them are building. Oh, my favorite is a girl who building babysitters on demand that accesses the university student population and all the Hellenic student association. I mean, it's just great. And it's stuff that will change the world. Well, if people want to track down, some more information about tech square labs and to follow you where can they find you? Okay. So I say, you know, follow me, a course on Instagram and Facebook, I'm at ten year time on Twitter. I'm at it Pinon fam- the little twist there, and you can check out my website, which is Kanye Sam dot com. Also, heck square dot CO. Amazing cake. My great guests this week, Anthony Scaramucci, Steve Tate and tenuous Sam remember to go to the Facebook page for this podcast, go to the search button and put in reality. Life would Casey you do not wanna miss out on conversations all week long about the shows that we're watching and you can talk more about this episode. You can find me on Twitter at at Casey, my Instagram is at Cape, Casey, C A. My website is love and knuckles dot com. And don't forget to leave a five star review on itunes. I'm telling you, I need your reviews, the more views, I get the more exposure the show gets. And of course, the more episodes that you guys get I'm wishing you guys all a great week and remember, please watch abducted in plain sight. And then report back to me what you thought I'm serious like you don't wanna miss out on it have great week. These days getting to the things that really matter in life can be tough with all the distractions and pressures out there. But at the end of the day, the things that matter the things that we really cherish or the simple ones and dairy milk is oftentimes a part of those moments milk is simple nutritious and fresh from the farm milk part of moments that you should never take for granted a lot with friend sharing a favorite recipe around the dinner table with friends and family or a comforting glass with milk and cookies after school, we love Valentine's Day at our house. We like to make milkshakes with fresh dairy milk, berries and topped with whipped cream and sometimes cement, how does milk play a part in your life. What kind of recipes do you like to share with your family? Take a moment to savor the moments that really matter with milk today.

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"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"They called be. It's a feature length documentary about the truly truly stranger than fiction true story of the brogues in Idaho. Family who fell under the spell of this sociopathic neighbor who was obsessed with their twelve year old daughter. So the film tells the story of their family struggle with desire deceit faith in forgiveness, and the Broberg troubling admissions reveal epoch failures and on told personal dramas that point to the biggest tragedy. Of all. And that is that these crimes could have been prevented. I don't even want to tell you too many details more than that. Because you truly have to watch it for yourself. But I want you to watch that your homework and then report back I've been watching the Massingir and to no one surprise, especially me, Tori, spelling was one of the contestants. She sang Ikano pop song and Ken John was the one that was able to pick out that was her listen, I suspect Jenny probably knew from the beginning. But for TV purposes, she wanted to make all these other crazy guesses I thought for a minute that the alien could be Nicole Richie. But it's weird because they wear these weird costumes. So it throws you off a little bit. I still think that based on Emily's suggestion a couple of weeks ago. Emily from us weekly that the lion could be Demi and Bruce Willis is daughter rumor, I think that's a good gas. And I think I'm going with that. Of course, I've been watching celebrity big brother, and that's why I'm so excited about my big guests this week. He Anthony Scaramucci, you know, him from the White House. He was the communications director for like eleven days. He was fired. He is an incredibly successful businessman. He runs skybridge capital. He's founder and CEO and. Out of nowhere. He gets cast from personal brick brothers. So so excited to talk to him because one he left the show early and not made no sense to people who are devoted big brother watchers, but also to be cast for the show. It was just didn't seem like something that was in his bag of tricks. So I was really excited to talk to him. And I know that you guys are going to love to hear from him as well. I had Steve Tate, my new friend review. The most epic episode of real housewives of New York. It was the scary island episode. Can you believe the guy's never watched an episode of real housewives? He's a devoted bachelor person. But is never watch real housewives. And I have to tell you. I think I broke the seal, and I think he's now eight tried and true real housewives fan, and then ten years Sam is the newest cast member on the real housewives of Atlanta, and has a really interesting life story, and unlike a lot of us housewives ticket cast she actually has a background in technique. Which is unlike any other housewife at any franchise some cited for you to your from her. So here we go. Anthony Scaramucci just left the celebrity big brother house. I was as you know, totally pissed because my money was on him. And so I'm excited to talk to him. I've caught up with him. And I need to get some answers about his time on the show. So first of all welcome to the show. Right while I I'm sorry..

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"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"Systems to over one hundred families. So we've his legacy is gonna continue live on through the book through the foundation. And and and you know, it's kind of an honor to always talk about him. So that to me that's like the best thing having the on. And just allowing me a platform to talk about him and talk about you know, his his life and his his legacy and tell everybody when he's hit is because I love it. Yeah. So Hayes hint is exactly what what what we got yesterday. I mean that. So when I sat down into the hardest thing the hardest thing to do the dad is to receive the news that your child has cancer. But I say right up next to that is telling your other kids that their brother has cancer. And and then the the thing that tops, obviously, all of it is telling receiving the news that your son is gonna die. And then trying to realize that really that midst it's to your kids. You know, there's no book on how to tell your kids that that they're brothers gonna pass away. And asserts is as I tried to find ways in order for my kids to grieve in cope in one of the things we we decided to do was anytime that that there was a thing that either reminded us of of Hayes, or perhaps a moment that defies all. All reason kind of like, you know, you reach out saying, you have a daughter Hayes and you live in Newport. I mean, those are things that I think go above and beyond just a consequence. And so we call those Hayes hits, and I share a lot of those Hayes hints on on my screen page. And I'm telling you, there's been some amazing ones. And I you know, you can go back scroll through them. But I do I know that that through this that you know, Hayes is is is looking over us and that our loved ones are close and they interact with us. And sometimes it takes us sitting back and analyzing and realizing those those are how they speak to us in ways like that. So we call those Hayes hints. Well, again, I'm going to post his picture in the group and on my social media. So everybody can see his beautiful face. And I'm so glad that he brought us together. I'm too I know that he had a lot to do with it. And I appreciate it. This is a lot of fun talking bachelor and talking as to to my favorite things. Amazing cake JC, my great guests this week. Debra Newell, Laura, Richards, Michael Kimmel and Steve Tate. I want to remind you to go and subscribe to the show reality life with key Casey on itunes and to leave a five star review. You will also want to join the Facebook group reality life with Casey just put it in the search bar. So you could discuss this episode and other episodes and reality shows throughout the week. You can find me on Twitter at Kate. Casey. I like to tweet during shows and about shows during the week on Instagram. You can find me at at Cape, Casey, C A, and my website is love and knuckles dot com. Next week. I'm going to be talking about a whole new rubel shows have a great week. These days getting to the things that really matter in life can be tough with all the distractions and pressures out there. But at the end of the day, the things that matter that things that we really cherish are the simple ones and dairy milk is oftentimes a part of those moments milk is simple nutritious and fresh from the farm milk is part of moments that should never be taken. For granted.

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"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"So many times I get notes from people, and they say you've got a catch up with this person. They love the bachelor they love real housewives. They love in our pump roles. Well this week on Monday. A friend of mine Fernanda tag me on Instagram note to a gentleman named Steve Tate, a father of six in Utah and said you've got to have him on the show. So I wrote to him and asked if you to come on the show this week, and he thankfully said yes, turn to Tuesday, which was the eighth and I'm scrolling through my Instagram, and I come across a photo that he posted holding his beautiful, son. And it says that January seven three years ago his adorable son was diagnosed with a brain tumor, and I noticed that in the content of the payer within the paragraph. It says that his son's name was Hayes as you guys know, I have a daughter Hayes. So it immediately dawned on me that it was probably some sort of divine connection. So I. I wrote him and said, I'm looking at your picture, and I noted that we made a connection on January seventh. I just saw your picture and my daughter's name is Hayes. Steve welcome to the show. Thanks for having me on what what crazy couple of days. It's been getting to know you. It's awesome. So tell everybody a little bit about your story. Yeah. So as you mentioned from Salt Lake my wife, and I we had three kids, and we decided to go for or baby number four and to our pleasure. It was it became baby number four or five and six so I you know, I sat there as they pulled us we were having triplets, and as you can imagine I almost passed out. And you know, they had to come basically peel me off the floor and give me water, and I was basically going to have six kids. And so we had six kids in life life as as crazy as it was. It was amazing. Like once we got our system down. It was like like conveyor belt like we were like like a baby factory. And so we had him on this system and life was good. And then January seventh two thousand sixteen. We got the unexpected news that Hayes the youngest of triplets. Was diagnosed with a rare brain tumor he had a tumor that was taking up a third of his brain and up to leading up to this. The doctors had told us it was a virus that we went almost a month of doctors turning us away telling us we were over reacting, and he was just he was just you know, getting over a virus. And so, you know, finally are parental instincts. Took us to the point where we couldn't denied any further and we decided to drive drive up to the yarn. You know, basically, demand a cat scan. It was January seven two thousand sixteen. And that's when we got the those stating news from the physician one of which you never wanna hear the parent that your daughter son has has cancer. And so that's the as you mentioned that's kind of that that started this journey, and then we talked we went through six rounds of chemo. My wife lived at the hospital. So she'd lived with as the hospital, and when I say. Like to literally lived. I mean, it was he would come home for a week at a time, but every round of chemo was twenty five days. So she lived there with Hayes. I would obviously go to work feed. The the other kids at home get him dressed, pick them up the school. And then after work I drive a hospital. Switch my wife, so she could come home and visit the kids, and then I she back about eleven o'clock. And we we did we did that for about one hundred fifty days, and he was in remission for short little period of time. And then and then we celebrated Disneyland went to Newport. Life was great and on the drive home from Newport to Salt Lake City. He started throwing up again and to our door to our displeasure. And we we took him to the ER, I got home. And as we got the news that his cancer had returned. And it was unfortunately, more aggressive this time and within two weeks. We..

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"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

Reality Life with Kate Casey

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"steve tate" Discussed on Reality Life with Kate Casey

"JC welcome back to another episode of reality life with key. Keep this week's episode is really special. There are three parts to this episode. The first part is an interview with Deborah Newell. And then the name's familiar to you, it's because in two thousand fourteen she fell for a man that she met online on an over-fifties single site. The romance turned into a nightmare documented in the six part podcast series, dirty John and most recently into a TV series of the same name on Bravo. Her ex John Mian attacked her daughter Tara in the parking lot of her apartment building two years ago. He stabbed her with a knife as he tried to force her into the trunk of his car, but she fought back and the altercation left him dead and put an end to a two year saga. I was really lucky to secure interview with Deborah. She asked me to do the interview with famed criminal behavior. Analyst Laura Richards, formerly of the new Scotland Yard because it was really important to her that we discuss coercive control, and she hoped that our experience can help other victims now as you will hear she is very soft spoken, and it takes some time to open up. I ask you to remember that this is all still pretty fresh to her this just happened two years ago. And she's as she explains she's really still trying to heal from the trauma. The second part of the episode is with my childhood friend, Michael Kimmel, who I asked to watch show on MTV called Lindsay Lohan beach club. And then the third part of the episode is with Steve Tate father of six from Utah. He reviews the season premiere of the bachelor a show, which he loves now have you ever met somebody? And you can't explain the connection that you have between you, well, that's kind of what happened with Steve. And there's kind of an inch. Interesting story behind it that we both tell in the beginning and the end of his segment, so please sit back and enjoy this episode. Happy new year ready for some big changes this year ring in the.

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"steve tate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:23 min | 4 years ago

"steve tate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Game let's meet a few of them started with fifty nine year old steve tate of madison it's the state capital it's a college down more than six hours prior to kick off i found him at a plaza across the street from lambeau field to say he's a fanatic might be and under state men he's got replica super bowl rings on his fingers this is just a shareholder scheuble 45 rain at the green bay packers made with shareholders the by after he once rumble 45 jade is one of hundreds of thousands of packer fans who actually hold a share of the publiclyowned team he also stood out yesterday in in his packers football pants jersey and on his head of foam cheesehead with the words nfl owner on it but yesterday he was reflecting on why nfl players had been protesting during the anthem starting with former san francisco quarterback colin kaepernick last year who now to call attention to raise the justice and police brutality here's take you know they're still issues there's things that need to be worked on in this country take is a military veteran he puts his hand over his heart during the playing of the national anthem and he says he's fine with peaceful protest but he's not sure what this protest is about now is it about police officers in some need some change there is it about civil unrest is about politics is it about patriotism now let's head up the block just a bit and he was selling i met jennifer mile or in my caskey they've been dating for a couple of years she is wearing a chicago bears shirt he's in a packers jersey jennifer says not showing respect that the flag troubles her but she also doesn't like the way president trump inflame the situation then there's the nfl and the players response linking arms asking fans that do the same joe her it's all just become a model they haven't really fully explained without that means they just want you to stand on that been with them so what is there take on it why are we doing that you know mauer has lots of questions how long as that killing of thinking i mean what are we what are we trying to accomplish wears it what are we doing with this can we just watched football can we just have fun and watch for father and here's her boyfriend might caskey's take on it.

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"steve tate" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:01 min | 4 years ago

"steve tate" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The johnasson james l night foundation helping npr advance journalistic excellence in the digital age this is morning edition from npr news i'm rachel martin and i'm mary louise kelley when the green bay packers hosted the chicago bears last night players from both teams stood during the national anthem they locked arms and unity on each side of the field no one took any as the anthem played in a stance some fans linked to arms as well in response to a request that packers players had posted on facebook and here's john ganja was at the game he is on the line now from green bay good morning john good morning now prison trump's attacks on nfl players have seemed to make this past week's games just all about pol tech's and protest so so i have to ask the last night in which the national anthem was playing and people were standing foot was the focus on all that are wasn't on the football there was plenty of conversation there was plenty of buzz there was follow that about everything that's played out over the last week but it was a relatively quiet night except four thunder lightning and rain that sent players to the locker room and fans do the concourse of the end of the first quarter but there was that seeing you described during the anthem it it all though fell really really orderly kinda like it's becoming routine already these these these new rituals are being created now you were working the tailgates pregame tough assignment i now what were you hearing from people who did choe who turned out for the game well let's meet a few of them starting with fifty nine year old steve tate of madison it's the state capital it's a college town more than six hours prior to kick off i found him at a plaza across the street from lambeau field to say he's a fanatic might be an understatement he's got replica super bowl rings on his fingers this is just a shareholder scheuble 45 ring that green bay packers made was shareholders the by every once ruble 45 jay.

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"steve tate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"steve tate" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The sold a collapse the inspector general's looking into whether that had something to do with it interior secretary ryan zinke epa administrator scott pruitt have both been on charter flights as well so what does this mean the objects aren't good for an administration that pledge to drain the swamp i imagine especially when you have someone like tom price who has made his career pushing for fiscal responsibility being a fiscal hawk tie kok talking that cutting budgets and then having these expenses for his travel i accept that joey comes politics and congress for us thanks much that thank you during the national anthem last night nfl players once again made a political statement the green bay packers chicago bears game noone knealt but in another demonstration against president trump's attacks against the nfl players stood with linked arms on both sides asia the field yesterday president trump kept on railing on the nfl he accused owners of not taking action against players so how is all this political drama affecting the actual game of football we will put that npr's don ganja he was in green bay last night hey dan good morning you got into a tale gay party hanging out with fans in the parking lot before this big game what were they telling you about this whole thing it's a tale gave party that goes for mile as as you might expect i heard a variety of views there were the hardliners the flag is sacred your disrespecting the flag and our troops but there was also a good bit of sympathy for the reason behind these protests to begin with colin kaepernick puerto testing police brutality after you after a series of deaths some people would split the difference i respect the flag but i do get the issue behind those original protests that described the very first guy i talked to his name was steve tate fifty nine years old a cheesehead he's one of those fans who actually owns a share of the packers lindsay green bay thing he was a very very very very reluctant trump voter he said the president's lost him that the president's response was inappropriate didn't find anybody really fully defending the president and how he's handled this subject just describe what happened right so than everyone's in there in that stadium the national anthem plays i imagine it was the vibe was this.

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"steve tate" Discussed on Up First

Up First

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"steve tate" Discussed on Up First

"It's a tale party that goes for mile uh as as you might expect i heard a variety of views there were the hardliners the flag is sacred your disrespecting the flag and our troops but there was also a good bit of sympathy for the reason behind these protests to begin with colin kaepernick puerto testing police brutality after you after a series of debts some people would split the difference i respect the flag but i do get the issue behind those original protests that describes the very first guy i talked to his name was steve tate fifty nine years old a cheesehead he's one of those fans who actually owns a share of the packers lindsay green bay thing is it about police officers in some need some changes there is it a bout of civil unrest is about politics is it about patriotism when you start doing stuff with the flag in people's traditions and customs you're gonna alienate in causes shoes and you're gonna have to really focus even harder and getting back to the message he was a very very very reluctant trump voter he said the president's lost him that the president's response was inappropriate didn't find anybody really fully defending the president and how he's handled this subject just describe what happened right so that everyone's in there in that stadium the national anthem plays i imagine it was the vibe was just kind of electric as everyone just thought of what's going to happen.

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