30 Burst results for "Steve Yeah"
"steve yeah" Discussed on V103
"Was only 44 years old. Wow. Wow. Wow. Yeah. All right, Steve. Yeah? Time for today's headlines. Ladies and gentlemen, miss and True. Okay, Here we go. Thank you very much. Tens of millions of people from Pennsylvania to New Jersey to New York and New England, now dealing with the back half of a two day snowstorm, slippery white stuff and icy conditions all over the place. If you're by the shore, there's actually melted ice and water and flooding. They'll have all prompted strict travel advisories and restrictions states of emergency scattered power outages, but not as many, they say, as they expected. Coronavirus testing's about to become a whole lot faster and easier. That's because President Biden's developed a deal with the Australian pharmaceutical outfit for in home covert test kid now what's without a prescription and delivers results within 15 minutes on the user's smartphone, you just do it at home. Meanwhile, The Associated Press reports that an international investigation into the origins of the Corona virus is underway in China World Health Organization team has been sent over there to the two disease control centers that responded to the virus when it was first reported in Wuhan. By the way, China has reported more than 2000. New domestic Basis of Cove it just the last month, President Biden hosted a group of Republican senators at the White House yesterday afternoon. And as many Republicans Susan Carlin says, they explain their differences with him about the covert relief package that they feel is much too expensive. It was very good exchange of views. I wouldn't say that we came together on a package tonight. No one expected that in a two hour meeting,.
Chicago Weather: Calm Before The Weekend Storm
"Starting with the Friday weather, which at least is warming up a little bit, Steve? Yeah, it looks like we might hit 30 today and 26 for low overnight So no more single digits and teens and windshield seem to be under control as well this morning. But the big story is going to be the snow. The National Weather Service is just put out a note this morning, suggesting that of wide swath of the Chicago area will see six plus inches of snow. From this storm. That sort of goes along with the in house models that we have in our weather center that show maybe 78 maybe even nine inches in some places from the storm that starts tomorrow afternoon and continues through Sunday afternoon. A Winter storm watch already posted starting tomorrow.
"steve yeah" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"2831 on 1.5 Steve trouble. He's looking at a little news before we get a heart at that guy Got got Got gas, Which is what life is like living in New Jersey and then, like Like most of New York, they're moving out. Where you think they're coming right here. It's gonna be like we'd like to welcome our audience from New York. Oh, yeah, It's always fun during the games when they turned over well, with all of you watching the Giants Eagles game Now we welcome you into brown stealer. It's always how it happens. I always appreciate that when they say that, because if I'm the one who's watching game to switch it over, like, Hey, That's me. I'm one of the people that switching over now seeing this game Thank you, Joe Buck for setting it up me few special. Exactly. It makes me feel nice, Steve. We were talking about this earlier today. Caller called it in about the New York Post story about the UFO Do it tomorrow night. Yeah, we should because it's actually pretty fun things. This is from the New York Post. Covert 19. Bill started 180 Day Countdown for u F O disclosures. I'll be waiting 180 days, it will have to submit a report to give the Martians time believe way, giving them an eviction notice. What were talent on you? You got 180 days and get out of here because it's ah, the director of National Intelligence in Consultation director of National Intel, there's a director for every 30 stronger over is the director of local intelligence and records Way up the regional intelligence. That person and the secretary of defense, along with other heads to serve their stupidity got together with the director of National intelligence and the heads of such other agencies. I don't know what that means. I know it does the way of that space force right agency? Yeah, exactly. We have like that Space force agency, right? And all these other ones, so I'm sure they're gonna be involved. To submit a report start log. Yeah, Captain Kirk's going to be the next one. That's federation. They have to submit a report within 180 days of the day of enactment of the act to the Congressional Intelligence and armed Services Committees on unidentified aerial for phenomenon. Now I understand what they three months to figure out what the hell? They told exactly Well, it's gonna address observed airborne objects that have not been identified and should include wasn't one object that hasn't been identified. What the hell is that and then also detailed analysis of unidentified phenomena. Data collected by A geospatial intelligence be signals intelligence, see human intelligence and D measurement and signals intelligence, Andy an iPhone and then then it also must contain a detailed analysis of data of the FBI, which was derived from investigations of intrusions of unidentified aerial phenomena Data. Over restricted United States air space and an assessment of whether this unidentified aerial phenomena activity may be attributed to one or more foreign adversaries. So I guess long story short short, we'll get some alien talk soon. That's pretty cool. I'd like to see that. Did you hear of the weird day for us for Tanya Roberts, Steve? Yeah, There were reports of her death are greatly exaggerated. Exactly Glad she's alive. She's hot. Yeah, Glad she's alive, too. She was great on that seventies show. It was reported that she was dead and you got to read the story. It's on TMZ dot com. Five and she was yes in her day long time ago, But they're you know, they got it teams up Well, so she reportedly dying Well, that was she's much better now they, her domestic partner, Lance reported that she was dead. The spokesperson said she was dead vested partner, Lance They were yet they were talking as they called other like family friends, saying that she had died and no turns out. She's not dead. She's alive. So what a wild Dave, could you imagine being Tom? You're being anybody who is reported his dead and you're reading the story going. I'm still alive Who were saying this about me? You don't be funny. I mean, I love that You can never do it. But imagine, like attending your own funeral. Oh, yeah. See who comes and says what? I think everybody's thought of that. They like, you know, you kind of be a fly on the wall in here. Okay? I was a real jerk. Yeah, man, I'm really glad he's dead. Wait a minute. Hello. Hey, I tried. My heart is damaged. Only get people to come spit on my grave afterwards. Yeah, I was his best friend. No, I was his best friend that I was his best. Was all right, I guess, but I'm okay with the time and really run its course with him. Yeah, really. Go now. Speaking of go now, let's do this again. Tomorrow night. We have to, We will, okay..
Chicago, Clear Day Ahead; Flurries This Weekend
"Weekend weather Well, it's going to get a little colder tomorrow. But today's nice, Steve. Yeah, we're actually above average today for temperatures with 43 D expected high. The normal high this time of year is about 39. Mostly sunny skies expected all across the Chicago area. Then tonight mostly cloudy alot of 29 Partly cloudy tomorrow and 40 38 for a high on Sunday. Partly sunny generally but flurries air possible, mainly near the lake. It's 34 at O'Hare 33. Midway 34 at the lakefront in Waukegan is 33. The windshield is
Chicago Weather: Warm, Sunny Week Ahead
"The weather is nice, Steve. Yeah, it's going to be sunny and nice. All week. Temperatures in the seventies mid to upper seventies all week a cz We start the day off today, though, mostly study with 76, then partly cloudy tonight, Little 54. Sunny tomorrow and a high near 77 right now in Chicago, 56 at O'Hare 55 at Midway 56 along the lakefront in Gary, It's 43.
"steve yeah" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Your own restaurant matchmaking with Belinda and David. How can we help you? Yeah, I'm looking for Perot skis. Russian food. Karoshi, Steve. Yeah, Now that's not a parochial. We've no, not a Perot via Paro. She's Goodness. Okay. Thank goodness. What's that? Tell me about Tell me about a ferocious ki. Tell me what? Tell me and Violet It's kind of like a deep fried Almost like a hot pocket, but they're want bigger. It's almost like a want to see it Fi low does some kind of dough. I'm from California originally, and there was a Russian bakery and they saw Meet pro skis like being chief brush. Yeah, It's like a dumpling, right? Yet. Sort of. Yeah, okay. Yeah. No, I see. This is why you made me a curveball because it was like I was thinking Brody's So these are they're basically I think it is. Ah. It's sort of a form of Paro G. It's like you said. It's spelled differently. P I r o the H K I on and it's a bread. I guess it's you know, it's more of Ah, breaded, you know, kind of like you said a hot pocket. Oh, yeah, in a hot pocket. Yeah, So then these things look so good day. A man I want to go find one of these now, Um, I'll have I'll have to do a little. That's a good one, man. If I put it in, there's ah There's a place called the Bets Cafe. That's all North Highland. I've I've been aware of those guys and they I think they have Perros. I don't have to look visor. Um, it's called the Best Cafe and it's been. It's been kind of Highlands area. Let me just try to scoot around them. Then you really quick, But this looks amazing. Yeah, this looks like a Kind of my jam here, Um That's a good one man now appreciate appreciate you share that Eastern European is just Atlanta is not. You know, that's just hasn't really caught on here. I don't see. Yes, I do. See Hiroshi of pork and veal Babette Cafe. On back over the highlands. That's a great call, man. Thank you for for sure, And that idea Because I am going to go track this this down and consume it quickly. So tried but best I'll put that up on my website, which is bite and sites that yes, the letter and yes, but this is great because I learned stuff too. Thank you. Well, there you go. Anthony. You get the award for the day because day Yes. I wish I had something to give you, David. We're gonna have to come up with a sure with knickers my prize pack. Virtual prize pack that we can, you know, say safely deliver without Yes, Absolutly. Congratulations, Anthony. Get a pat on the back, okay? Yeah. Yeah, I'll put that link up. Thank you. OK, thanks for your call, sweetheart. Bye. Bye. Okay, 11 minutes after two o'clock, It's 84 degrees a little overcast outside, but you can still set out on the patio and enjoy an ass mill this afternoon. And back to the phone lines. We go A and AA This may throw you for a loop. David Wills. Well, no, no, no, no. Let's say this one's not going. Throw you for a live this one. Give me the one. I'm gonna give you anything. I know this was OK, Let's go, Teo, Eric, and can't Eric your own WSB? How are you today? I'm doing great. How you guys doing? Okay. What you got for us? I got a place on Highway nine almost of the intersection, the Windward and Alpharetta called Cajun Seafood spelled with a K. The John man familiar about? Oh, my God. So first of all the food is fresh food is really, really spectacularly good. Um, I have a more guy, okay? Yeah. Crawfish in order found across is wow. The way that they packet is what sort of makes the whole thing instead of throwing everything in the Starr from box, the pack and everything in these thick Plastic bags that they then seal up and put in a container. I live about 14 miles from the location. I got the food home the first night that ordered it was the second day of their grand opening week. Hot to the touch, man. I'm talking about a pound of crawfish, too. Big broccoli spears, red potatoes, a boiled egg. They have shrimp grilled. They have shrimp fried oysters cat this, but the food is Several notches above what you would expect in a Strip mall, the owners there. I mean, the place is very, very good. So I'm on in our sight. Yeah, and I'm a knowledge. You know, I'm a two lane grad. And so they spell it. K a g u N. Do you think that's being cute? Or is there some Korean? I don't He's definitely I think he has curry And, actually, now that you say that, Okay, but I don't know if that has anything to do it or if it's just like When you go up in the mirror, and I like to sculpt looks. Yeah, It looks pretty standard. It looks pretty standard Cajun. You kind of stuff here that appeal in the shrimp and they've got you know crawfish easily. Snow crab legs. You get shrimp are gigantic reading is perfect. They have Ah, spicy. Spicy sauce versus a regular sauce. They have the tartar sauce. For me. I was in the business for a long time restaurant business. But these The way they packed their stuff and the care they take. And, yeah, I mean, they make a shrimp burger That's like, Ah, wow! Ah, Patty of actual ground shrimp, and it's delicious. I mean, everything I've had. There has been good. Everybody in my family likes it. So you say. They do crab. Okay, so like oil with crab legs, shrimp, crawfish, you could mix it up any which way you like They cater. I think he was already doing somebody's party. Two weeks after he opened up that ground very, very game. They have a drive through. There on the end unit of ah of the strip mall that dry cleaner, So when you call it and you can pull right up and pick it up without even getting out of your car with the cove. It's being As it is, as it is, Yeah, but I would have been willing, but it's a good one. I live in Canton. I go 14 Miles to get there and come back and it's worth every second. Yeah, I got to check that out. Do you know where POH boy does he bring in the light timers bread from New Orleans. The idea out here in the business. I really don't know That's OK. But the bread is good, everything I mean, everything I've had. There's good, honestly, okay, and I don't know why he's cutting corners on the freshness of this food. Being out seafood. You could get that stuff. You know a lot of the stuff frozen. I don't think is even his hush puppies. They're made Thereabout. Maybe great size, so they make him a hand. You know, they make them tough border. Everything's hot. Everything's fresh. I would definitely go out of your way to find it. I'll go and drive anywhere for crab legs on the way with the cross. It's hard to find promise that are good like that, and it's a ruckus to make it..
Possible VP Pick Susan Rice Says She Can Handle Pandemic
"Rice is one of a handful of women on Joe Biden's short list for a running mate. She told us she is the right fit for the job. Yes, I think I could bring my experience of almost now. 20 years in the senior levels of the executive branch to bear to help tackle the most pressing problems we face. And while this would be the first time she would campaign for herself Ambassador Reiss told our co host Steve Inskeep that she's ready for him. Regardless of your experience in government, a big part of the vice presidency or seeking the vice presidency is campaigning, of course, which is not something that you've had a lot of experience doing. Do you have any eagerness to to campaign? Well, Steve. Yes, I've not run for office on my own behalf, but I've run for office on other people's behalf, where I did actually quite a bit of retail politics and speaking to groups of people. But I think unfortunately, in the current context with the pandemic, this will be quite an unusual campaign. If you were in office, you would face the fundamental problem of trust in government or lack of trust in government that is playing out. Now, Many people are refusing to wear facemasks. It seems evident from surveys that many people would think the same way about a vaccine once it's available. What would you do about that? Well, I think that's a huge challenge. And we have had vaccines many in many stages in our history. Still, today, Children need certain vaccines to be able to go to school. And I think that we're gonna have to take a similar approach that you know for kids to be able to go back to school and in Whatever jurisdiction they ought to be vaccinated and the localities ought to consider also requiring the people in the household with the Children to be vaccinated for the very reason that's obvious that this is You know, something that affects the entirety of the community. I want to ask about a couple of foreign policy problems that any administration would face on January 20th 2021 1 of them is deteriorating U. S relations with China. Now I know you've been critical of the way that President Trump is approached China. But at the same time, there are foreign policy experts across the spectrum, who said China's a problem? We don't know how to confront China. Maybe it's time for a confrontation with China. Would you want to roll back U. S relations with China to the way they were in 2016? Steve. No. I don't think you can roll back the clock on any critical issue to 2016. The world has changed and we have to deal with the world as it is. But having said that my criticism is Based predominantly on the fact that we have approached the challenge the China poses economically and strategically in isolation rather than in partnership with our allies in Asia and Europe. You know, instead of, for example, approaching our concerns about trade and economic policy, collectively with our European and Asian partners, who share many of those same concerns, and who Joining with us could add to our collective pressure on China to change its policies and approaches. We started separate trade battles with our closest allies. If you've got more partners behind you, is there some value in a confrontation with China? Well, if by confrontation you mean is it smart for us to start a hot war? I think absolutely not. No. But what about in other ways, diplomatically or otherwise? Well, diplomatically. Sure. First. What we don't need to seek confrontation for its own sake. We need to be strong and smart in how we compete with China. And push back on China's policies on the economic and the security front that threaten our interests. We also should be speaking up vocally and and forcefully about China's egregious human rights abuses from How it treats the Uighurs to the people of Hong Kong. It's common to say that a lot of the divisions of the last few years are merely highlighting what was already there. You could say that President Trump talks the way that a lot of Americans talk and believes what a lot of Americans believe, which is why millions of people voted for him. For example, it is often said that the pandemic Has struck the most vulnerable communities because they were vulnerable over a long period of time that we're just having American society exposed in a different way. Do you believe that? Well, I believe that What the pandemic has done is show how much disparity there is among Americans from a socioeconomic point of view and to a large extent of racial and ethnic point of view, And you know if it wasn't obvious to people before it, it ought to be now. But I don't think that that is the same thing is the first part of your question, which is To suggest that you know, all Donald Trump has done is shined a spotlight on some of the underbelly of our society. I don't think that's right. I think Americans at the end of the day Are not people who like to hate and to fear one another. Do you feel that you understand the roughly 40% of Americans who approve of the job the president is doing. I do think I have a good understanding. Maybe not a perfect understanding in part, Steve, because, as I write in my book, I have a 23 year old son whom I love dearly, whose politics are very, very different from my own, and from the rest of our family. Talk more about that. What are his politics? Ah, you know, I have a very conservative son in a very progressive daughter. They're both wonderful, intelligent. Passionate, committed kids. My son and I will have some robust disagreements are over some matters of policy. Not all. And yet at the end of the day. I love him dearly, and he loves me. As there have been an issue where he is almost persuaded you that maybe you're wrong. Yeah, I'm sure. I'm sure there is And you know the thing is, and I read about this in in the book. In the last chapter. I write about the areas where we agree. And the areas where we disagree, So we agree, for example. On the importance of the United States, playing a responsible principle leadership role in the world. We agree on the importance of having strong alliances. You know, we disagree. On things like, Ah, choice. I'm pro choice. He's pro life. That's the kind of difference that we oughta be able to respect. Ambassador Susan Rice. It's a pleasure to talk with. Thank you, Steve
How To Unlock The Power Of Innovation
"I guess today is tomorrow Gondar. Author had caster keynote, speaker and founder of innovation. Training Company Launched Street. Tamara used I'm sorry used to believe that innovation was the domain of a select few exclusive to certain industries or relegated to a specific job role. But as she's discovered in her twenty five years of work and research, everybody has the capacity to innovate. It's a person's unique innovations style which can be assessed in channel the CAN. Transform inertia into innovation. Thanks so much for joining me. Today tomorrow. I'm looking forward to the conversation. Thank you for having me I am too. Thank you for being here now, Here's what I want to START III. In your bio that. You use to believe that innovation was the domain of a select few, and it does feel like it has been something that's been reserved. For a certain group at, but you're saying you know that it's for everyone I'm really curious how you figured that out. Yet so and I'm glad you said it that way. And with almost what sounded like a little bit of hesitation in your voice, which is I think because the narrative that innovation is for the select few with the cooled. Titles or in the departments or on the Cover Fast Company magazine is just as narrative that's out there and has been out there for so long that we've all kind of bought into it a little bit, and I did too, but let me share a story with Yo something that happened early on in my career that really opened my eyes to the fact that if given permission and room and some. Some ownership of innovation and everybody is truly capable so I was I was when I very first started. My career I was I moved to New York City and became an account manager at the second largest advertising agency in the world now as an account manager that meant that I. was the bottom of the bottom of the bottom of the totem. Pole I was lucky to get coffee and make copies. But I had this incredible boss who thought I was capable of more, so she put me in charge of the big strategy meeting now Dan. This is the meeting where everybody who touches the brand that I was working on in any way comes to the meeting, and we set the strategy for the coming year. Market! What are advertising teams are all of it hinges on this meeting, and so it was a client, the account management team which I was on accounts, payable people who bought the advertising, the creatives and most importantly one creative in particular name. Steve now. Maybe you've known one of these guys. Steve just had that magical brilliance to him and my job, honestly on most days was just a hope, hope that I was standing behind him so that I could capture his brilliance and then go execute on it like he had. All the time and we put him up on a pedestal as the innovative one and the rest of us. Just executor's so i. get the meeting together. The day arrives I get there early. The coffees there I've got easel pads incented markers on full size of the rooms, waiting to capture Steve's brilliance. My boss comes in clients. Come in, and they grabbed their coffee in I look at my watch. Okay, we'll crabs never early, so it's okay. That Steve's not here yet. Then everybody else starts rolling in in everybody but Steve but I think okay creatives never on time, right? That's okay. Nine twenty still knows Steve Crabs rollerblades. He'll role in any minute then nine forty rolls around, and he still not there and now everybody's sitting at the table. The coffees gone cold and everybody staring at me so I start calling around looking for Steve I finally got him at home. As Steve. Where are you? He says. What do you mean I said? Well, today's the day is a strategy meeting. He says Oh. I just wasn't feeling the Mojo today, so we're GONNA have to reschedule that. Thank you. It was horrified. Rear Flash before my eyes let's. Worth this big round table where everybody staring at each other's big conference table and I look at everybody and I think we'll see not here so. I got say that's all I had I had no. I don't do so there. This awkward silence fills the room. It's horrible, right? Nobody saying anything I'm sweating finally. Someone pops from accounts payable. Right people who do the bills and says hey I've been looking at the money and I've been seeing this pattern, and that led me to an idea and then the person who buys media. All they do is fill timeslots on TV. They pop up missing. Yeah, I've been seeing this pattern with our time slots in the competition, and that led me to this idea, and before I knew it, the entire room was bubbling with innovative ideas, and we set the strategy for the year. It grew the business without Steve. Yeah and that was my first real experience of like. Wait a minute. Maybe this narrative that innovations were the select few is actually not right, and you know that led me to start to dig into the neuroscience of it, behavioral psychology and kind of how it all really works, and it turns out. The research shows us the innovation of something. We're all capable of and we all have. We've just let it get dusty over time, but it was that experience that really sent me down this path. It really made me realize when I started to look around and. And for your listeners to. If you start to look around, you'll see people having hot spots of innovation everywhere, because really innovation, simply about this definition that we give is thinking differently about what's right in front of you to create a competitive advantage, so you'll see it I've seen it in the receptionist I've seen it in the CEO. I've seen it in the janitor, right? How do they optimize their job? Think differently about solution. Solve a problem,
Chicago Weather: Gusty Winds To Continue Through Evening
"And see we've got temperatures maybe near fifty away from the lake and still windy but nothing like the weekend right Steve yeah I know it is a matter of fact we're going to be do you know drying out at least through the week I don't see any chance of rain here until at least Friday and then then it's only a small chance so we'll take the dryness but the only forty eight for a high today maybe even cooler than that at the lake front and the wind is still a major issue this morning with winds gusting about twenty miles per hour in places mostly cloudy tonight low down to thirty for the mostly cloudy tomorrow and a high near forty two right now in Chicago we have Addo here forty three degrees forty three at midway forty three at the lake front it's forty one this morning in
Chicago Weather: Wind Advisory In Effect, Weekend Warmup Ahead
"What's a check on the weekend whether it's colder today and if you're going out tonight is going to be cold but then it gets gets a lot better a lot warmer Steve yeah and then we will end of the weekend bill looks like it's going to be the best that we have to deal with a little bit of that cold weather today and the wind to which is a big deal there is a wind advisory in effect until nine AM on radio this morning we see just a little bit of leftover snow light snow over northwest Indiana around portage and around operate so that's moving quickly out of the area it's going to be today near thirty eight degrees but feel like more in the twenties because of the winds decreasing clouds as the day goes a long wind gusts of up to forty miles per hour this morning tonight clear skies a low down to twenty five Saturday breezy with a high near fifty two but Saudi and increasing clouds on Sunday a high near sixty two right now in Chicago thirty three degrees the wind chill is
Obama-backed documentary on Ohio factory wins Academy Award
"The documentary American factory which is nominated for an Oscar for best feature length documentary was produced and directed by my guests Julia Reichardt and Stephen bogan are it was the first film acquired by the Obamas new production company higher ground which is distributing it in partnership with Netflix last year American factory when the Sundance directing award in the documentary category the movie is about what happened when a Chinese company opened a new automotive glass factory in Dayton Ohio in the same spot where a GM company close just a few years earlier the new Chinese factory foo yell glass America was greeted is great news by Dayton and by men and women in need of jobs but as time went on it became apparent there was a considerable culture clash between how the Chinese treat workers and have the American workers expected to be treated especially those workers who are used to having the United auto workers union behind them and no longer did some of the workers are making half as much in our IT Fujio than they did at GM by focusing on this one factory the film is a case study of what the global economy means for some American workers and how hard it's become to find work that pays enough to have a home and support children right guard and bogan are with the perfect people to make American factory they live twenty five minutes away from the factory and their previous film the last track documented the closing of Dayton's GM factory the last track was also nominated for an Oscar your record Steve Bognor welcome to fresh air congradulations on your Oscar nomination and on the film thank you Terry so what were the expectations in your hometown Dayton won a Chinese billionaire announced that he would open a new automotive glass factory there on the site of the GM plant that close you know people were very hopeful we had lost the GM plant almost eight years before when chairman Chow who's the you know Chinese billionaire who bought that old rusting General Motors plant when he came to town it just everybody was really very excited yeah after that GM plant closed things were so hard for so long I mean people lost their homes the job you could get were like at the Cole's distribution center or payless shoes warehouse distribution center or fast food people making nine Bucks an hour and and imagine your middle aged you gotta cater to your mortgage and you're making nine dollars an hour it's just like it was so hard and there was such hope went went through yeah now yeah so what were the incentives for the billionaire the Chinese billionaire the chairman who opened this factory in Dayton well one thing is if you make glass in the Midwest right on interstate seventy five right if you think about it goes from Detroit all the way down through the south all the auto makers are all along there so heavy glass no longer has to be shipped from China to reach the big three and all the other automakers and you know labor costs and China have been going up over many years and labor costs you know what people make per hour in the US have been going down and so the chairman and his team the free out team we're doing a lot of calculations about the cost of shipping the cost of energy labor costs and at some point it made sense for them to come to the US and and actually chairman shall told us he was also asked by General Motors by some of the other automakers to set up shop in the Midwest because they needed more Cassidy more more reliable glass delivery you know the chairman is seventy three years old now he's exactly my age as it happens he I think wanted a kind of capstone project to his life and he wanted to create a big huge plant in the United States this was a huge challenge his family was against him a lot of the Chinese other businessmen were against him it was kind of a personal decision on his part to go ahead and do it despite the opposition from people close to him it's such an interesting clash of cultures that we see in American factory expectations regarding everything about work from pay and benefits to what workers are expected to sacrifice for the privilege of working for the corporation let's start by comparing what automakers made at the GM plant when they were unionized and they were in the United auto workers to what they were making at Fujio which is not unionized well in in the film shown a Rosser who worked at the old GM plant and now works of Frida she says it varies directly she says that GM she was making twenty nine dollars and some cents per hour and if we out she makes twelve eighty four so that's less than half of what she used to make and you know she has several children she's got she has a house that they actually lost they lost their houses they couldn't they couldn't make the mortgage payments after GM closed it's a very different world and you know here here's the crazy thing it's like in China it's been a remarkable trajectory like China is on the rise and people in the film like Wong he once he is the furnace engineer who has been sent from China to the U. S. he's here for at least two years is not going to see his children for two years but he's been working a full house and she was like nineteen years old she is so dedicated to food out and it's offering him a path to the middle class he told us he's going to be able to build a build a house for his for his family for his kids back in China because he's making such good money meanwhile in the states people like Shimei who once had a blue collar middle class life modest but but secure they they have no security anymore and it's it's just very different landscape I want to get back to the culture clash between the Chinese and the Americans at the Chinese on factory in Dayton the American workers there thought they were working just like too hard for too little pay and the Chinese supervisors and the chairman that is the CEO of the company thought American workers that they're they're just lazy they don't appreciate what we're giving them and they want to much praise they need to be praised all the time where is the American workers felt like they were not being respected you know you're really putting your finger on something that I wish the management had recognized way earlier in that plant and I will I hope all foreign companies coming here begin to recognize that in our work culture workers expect to be respected expect to be not told do you just do this American worker will respond well why and maybe I have a better idea we'll look them look the supervisor right in the eye and question them this is not really happen in China very much it's just a different work culture where people do what the boss says boss says you have to work six days a week or seven days a week you just do it but in the United States we are we are expected we've what fought to have an eight hour day and the have weekends off that's pretty much unheard of in industrial work in China people expect to work twelve hour days six days a week the Chinese workers we spoke with we spoke with a lot of them they're not happy about it they don't like being away from their kids for most of the year or only seeing them on Sunday partly it's because that's what the culture has brought them to you know they've they've lifted millions and millions of people out of poverty in one and a half more last generations right but that has resulted in this really intense work life and people are proud you know Chinese workers are proud of their country they're proud of their company they're really proud how China is flourishing in the world I would say the American workers we now I can't say that they're proud of their company or they feel like really behind America like Americans really helping them rice in the world I think we're on a trajectory of less hope less possibilities we here in the US as far as working class people where is in China I think there's tremendous hope a tremendous sense that what our country is really has a huge place in the world to play there's a sequence that I I find so fascinating where the Chinese company bring some of the American supervisors to China to to see how this plan this kind of plan operates in China because the CEO of this company you know has one or more glass factories in in China so they bring them there and you see what it's like in China for the workers there first of all all the workers are in the union it's the communist union and seems like the branch of this union is headed by the CEOs brother in law true true yeah so what is the what I know strike one what is the union do for the workers there what is what is the meaning of the union well it's more like a social club either the union there because the the the Chinese Communist Party is so integrated and aligned with the management of food yeah now the traditional concept of the union that we would have here as an advocate for the workers in opposition to the company or to take on the company that that really doesn't exist the union that we saw and at Foochow in China is more like an HR department that helps build camaraderie esprit de corps you know that the kind of team building stuff and it's it's yeah it just felt different something else that really struck me and the Chinese segment of the film is that the supervisors talk to the workers in an almost military kind of way like to learn the workers would like line up information and the supervisor would kind of give them commands and then they'd have to like chance things at the end and they're chanting slogans like long as long as it's in praise of the company slogans they probably know really really well and don't really need to chance yeah it's this is just about their cultural difference it's funny because when one of the American supervisors when he got home he tried to get the Americans to line up in that kind of military formation and it just did not go that well you know it's like the people who signed up to work in this hot intense glass factory and the United States they're making twelve eighty four an hour and they're not getting paid enough to line up and be regimented like that there's a slogan that is said which I think so in kind of in capsules capitalism which is to stand still is to fall back wasn't that it's Steve yeah that's one of things a chance the morning on a day to stand still is to fall back and that's that's true of capitalism it is weird that the this communist country seems like the best capitalists in the world right now you know that they're sold they've been so driven my guess Sir Julia Reichardt and Stephen bogan are they produced and directed the documentary American factory which is nominated for an Oscar for best feature length
Chicago Weather: Chance Of Light Snow Continues Into The Weekend
"And let let's check on the weather for the weekend in first two days that lake effect snow I guess has moved into the northwest Indiana Steve yeah well we're having a little trouble to determine whether or not this is actually hitting the ground impacting the lake front at all the radar says it is but we've got cameras up and down the lake front and it doesn't appear that the it says snowing anywhere in any of those like front cameras so we'll keep watching this no is it to at least appears on radar now there is a good chance of this lake effect snow along the lake front Illinois a northwest Indiana today hi thirty four mostly cloudy tonight scattered snow showers mainly south of I eighty a low of twenty two some flurries tomorrow thirty four for a high and then some morning like snow on Sunday afternoon still again and maybe mixed with rain a high near thirty six it's twenty four at o'hare twenty to admit way twenty eight at the lakefront in river forest to twenty four in the wind chill is
Terminology and Science Museums
"So we can have a dialogue again. This is exciting. I love talking about museums with my museum friends and I hope you guys like it too but first first of all I wanted to. I neglected to mention something in my last episode with regards to conservators and this is very important for trivia purposes. One of the best solvents for gently cleaning the surface of paintings is human saliva and that sounds gross in weird but in fact any conservative that you talk it was like Oh yeah absolutely spit on that well not spit on it. I actually I got a chance to do that at work. The other you've got to spit on I got to spend on some painting raining so We were cleaning some Oil on board me and my coworker Carol. Hi Carol she doesn't listen to this podcast and She gave me a bunch of thin sticks and a bunch of loose cotton and she taught me to grab a piece of cotton and roll it up and stick it in my cheek and let it sit there and then pull it out. Roll it around the stick and then gently like buff. The surface of the vichy was hazing. You she he did the same thing. We're both both like cotton or cheeks like like the Godfather and cleaning the surface of paintings and it is this is an excellent solvent because it has a gentle and like I'm enzyme that breaks down the surface of dirt but doesn't harm The the image the image or the varnish. That's the word I'm looking for and this is why people don't want you to get up close and personal with the paintings museums because it's covered and spit. They're covered in human spirit. You guys just thinking they don't want you to spend on at least don't spit on them because it will break it down eventually eventually. Also zoos museums yes. One hundred percent hundred percent user museums. They have a collection process. They collect animals and they have a loan process. They loan animals to other museums for certain amount of time. There's paperwork involved. They have the accession process. It's more gruesome than a normal museum process shirts. They D- Accession. There's paperwork involved when an animal shuffles off this mortal coil. So I wanted to give a shout out to you my cousin the zoo not my my work cousin the chiefs that your cousin is zoo. Steve's yes yeah Steve's brothers the Internet my cousin Xue facts okay we we. We have a friend in listener yes Jane Liz Zookeeper Oh keeper. Yes Hello James. Hello James and we decided we're just going to go to the zoo with a microphone and having talked to us. I think it's a good idea and I think I think he would be down for it. He's been like really. I mean I feel terrible because we have been in touch with him and we just have not gotten a chance to like hook up and actually do an episode. But he's a great guy he he has very interesting work. He's funny interesting and we're definitely going to do an episode soon. And that's I think we definitely should go to the zoo do like real. NPR Shit Man Mandalay Bay. She goes to the zoo. I love that okay. That's it misinformation goes to the zoo. Get Ready James. We're coming for you all right museum terminology. Time time okay. All of these terms are for my award. Winning powerpoint presentation entitled Life Is Short and then you die physical deterioration and how to prevent it. It is not award-winning. It's just one of my powerpoint from class but okay I term inherent vice. which was my team? Name for Trivia and Grad School and. Yes we want a lot Inherent Vice is the tendency and physical objects to deteriorate because of the fundamental instability of the components of which they are made as opposed to deterioration caused us by external forces. What does that mean it? Basically means that the makeup of the object is slowly destroying it from the inside. And there's nothing you can do about it. A good example of this as newspapers the process by which the paper is made is very acidic which causes the paper to yellow and crumble eventually which is not reversible by any conservation mean all objects have some kind of inherent vice as a result of the baseline law of entropy of course but we're not going to get really philosophical about this because that's just looking into an abyss is that we just don't have time for today. My students in my injured archives course get a whole week of me just telling them how terrible everything the thing is. Light is bad. Water is bad. Air As bad heat is bad touching things as bad like just. Don't yeah just don't that's the that's basically. Yeah this is your stuff is going to die. Yup Life is short and then you die. That's why I called that. My students laugh but it's true. The next term is foxing. Your must be familiar. smiliar with this. It is an age related process of deterioration that causes spots and Browning on old paper documents. The name may derive from the Fox like Reddish Brown color of the stains or the arrest. Chemical Ferric Oxide which may be involved paper so affected is said to be Fox. I see this a lot with like bookbinding Oh yeah absolutely foxing also occurs biological study skins or specimens as an effective chemical reactions or mold on Melanin. The causes of foxing aren't super stood. It might be mold or the oxidation of metals. Like iron or copper in the pulp or rag from which the paper is made but no one is entirely sure it is reversible but it is kind even intensive process so a lot of times if the paper is already unstable foxing. Isn't that big of a deal and so a lot of conservatives we'll just leave it mhm unless it's like super bad and you can't actually read the paper yeah The next word is crippling Crippling the distinctive network of fine cracks in glass which is visible to the naked eye It's one of the symptoms of Glass Disease Aka sick class or glass s. l. nece nicer bones. Yup Bird bones. Glass disease is caused by an inherent instability the chemical composition of the original glass formula It is irreversible double but able to be slowed down by tight climate control which we will talk about in a moment and and Lauren did a really great episode heart glass. Yes I did an episode episode twenty one year. So we're back there in the catalog early enough first year and also if you like glass may I plug the series blown away on Netflix. which there's like competition show about glassblowing very fascinating so yeah glasses? Amazing like if you're a local New York state. I highly recommend the Corning Museum of glass which talks about the science the history the art and like another thing of glass. It's just all about glass and it's a big beautiful museum that got a great a gift shop off their gift shops fantastic and they do hot glass shows where they actually like make glass in front of you and talking about the process and it's really cool So highly recommend and go to the Corning Museum of Glass. The next term is called cobbling cobbling is a plea distortion of paper parchment or textile. It appears as has wrinkles puckers or ripples often in parallel ridges without creases liked buckling but appears in waves. So cobbling just kind of looks looks like like a rumpled sheet basically like on your bed also just as an FYI words like weeping oozing desiccation or drying out offc gassing the evaporation potentially dangerous chemicals into the air or fry -able which is easily broken apart or flaking tends to be words used in other fields as well but all have to do with pound object is damaged or breaking down the just going back The like this cock owing paper happens because Paper if it absorbs water and then when the water out so this is why you don't want your humidity and your temperature. Allocate Awhile Talk Yeah. That's that's a big thing that'll happen that you can like clearly visible that Yudo. Something's wrong paper starts doing yeah. It's a very obvious symptom Kim of that also a couple of words that are not necessarily damage But definitely our weaknesses in the object. So so this term correct floor. Crack Laura's a fine pattern of dense cracking formed on the surface of materials usually oil paintings. It can be a result of drying aging aging intentional patterning or a combination of all three and the term is most often used to refer to temper Oil paintings but it can also develop old ivory carvings painted miniatures on ivory backing. Recently analysis. Chrysler has been proposed as a way to authenticate art basically. It's just the way that paint is layered in the process of actually painting getting the piece of artwork sometimes certain layers Dry faster than others or there is an off gassing process during the drying process and it damages the surface level and so it actually shrinks or expands spending and causes these fine cracks Which is interesting Crack floor in Pottery is called crazing in that at similar in that it's fine. Cracks appear on the surface of the material most often the glaze layer of pottery ceramics and beautiful it is beautiful and especially like both cracker crazing. One could argue is desirable desirable in certain cases. Like when you see Chrysler and a painting you know it's old it's an antique Lens Air of like authenticity to it. crazing and pottery is seen as like a textural benefits and it does make the peace weaker to a certain extent. You're not supposed to like DOC put. You're not supposed to wash or soak pieces of pottery. That have crazing on them. Because that means that there's a weakness in the water can get into the poorest part of the pottery but it is very beautiful in some potters and artists. Like make sure that it is purposeful like they purposely fire. Fire it so that there is some crazy
Chicago Weather: Morning Drizzle, Warmup On The Way
"No worries in the weather department today were drying out Steve yes as a matter of fact it's going to be maybe thirty seven today after all this patchy freezing drizzle and flurries activity moves out of the area mostly cloudy tonight low down to thirty morning clouds give way to some sunshine a little bit milder tomorrow hide your forty three the next chance of precipitation comes in on Wednesday maybe some brief rain or snow and then on Friday will again look forward to another rain snow ice event and we'll have more on that as we get closer to that later in the week right now in Chicago thirty one at o'hare thirty three at midway and at the lake front and the wind chill is twenty
"steve yeah" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Had to have a test where I had to be shaped okay well and the nurse that did the shaving was a fan and she started to I'm not making this up servicing getting to know you if you break the ice or did it make you more nervous I laughed very hard okay as you said don't laugh I could cut something better than singing I will survive I will survive I hope let me reservists yeah I don't I don't want to talk about movies who's like a movie star would might boxes examples yeah no well I'm apparently overdue for a colonoscopy because I was told that as I have to go back again and Dave once that that what he needs to go in service we get a group on the new one and I may have your couples massage if all three of you get a colonoscopy I think we should put that on video will do a video that would be yeah that'll be fine I'm told that I talk a lot when going and if you do and I'm told I asked the same questions over and over you you think they were shocked by this news I just I don't ever want to see a video of me we just want to get you afterward drunk we're seeing the the video of the colonoscopy itself Hey Rhoda it did but to me it sounds like the drivers ed videos we saw when you know the really bad crashes like videos of like the autobahn right I don't even know what that means highway the prep is so bad all so bad that is not a video the press for the press bad okay if you feel you feel like you know you deserve the best diet program I'm very depressed and then you do the thing that extend a first time medical on us we have thought they didn't do anything somebody just wheeled me in a lot so read Gisele Astley easy yeah you should feel like something happened to you don't feel like anything happen to you I mean I'd move that's a good thing that was Steve yeah yeah but not before hand panic I come up with something else now seems like a good time to break yeah the milk with that and raisin bran everybody more in entertainment is is minutes away from announcing a first colonoscopy after it's over may twenty three we're back with the dean stuff in just a second before we do that Steve Steve as cargo school teachers are reacting to a fact finder's report out today that the city's agreeing to but the teachers are not what it means in terms of a possible strike well maybe September twenty six would be the first day for that we'll have more coming up at eight thirty from the WGN is wrong well over an hour and most of the roads thanks to the rain in our outbound Eden's inbound thirty the outbound side the Kennedy fifty minutes about fifty five Eisenhower is an hour ten both ways between fifty three in downtown Stevenson forty from the tri state and the Ryan about thirty five from ninety fifth on in bishop Ford fifty seven bills slow from about one hundred and thirty of heavy delays three fifty five south and ran to Godwin also north on its sixty third I did two to ninety the tri state is very slow most the way up from one hundred and fifteenth two Irving park still had this accident valving two semis in Highland Park he was forty one north bound between Clady in Deerfield our personalized traffic on demand get traffic Chicago app approved by the mortgage experts of team like Berg just search T. R. A. F. F. I. X. Chicago Vandervell from data traffic center reminding you to drive responsibly.
William Barr, New York And Metropolitan Correctional Center discussed on Glenn Beck
"I. F. Attorney General William Barr says they were serious irregularities at new York's metropolitan correctional center where Jeffrey Epstein was found unconscious and later died as a result of suicide in past imam is following the story and joins us live now with the latest morning Steve yeah they are devoted to focus now on operations at the metropolitan correctional center which is a high profile and highly secure building it's where they kept all chopper while he was on trial it's where they kept many high profile terrorist bandits while they were on trial in federal courts you're in New York the one most highly street buildings one of the most efficient building said that as a pertains to a housing injures defendants or those who really have to be protected from other effective site in the system but something went wrong in in the system and we heard from Attorney General William Barr yesterday that they found serious irregularities they are the president of the union that represents the corrections officers to work in this building said that you've been sounding the alarm for over here if that is the problem is chronic understaffed and because the government hiring freeze and they're they're down to seventy percent of the number of people they need to be calling staff that building according to the union he said that one of the guards working in the special housing unit where he was kept I've been on is the great day of mandated overtime because of the staff and shortage well besides the the thing that confuses me a little bit is that nobody can keep an eye on one guy twenty four seven every minute of the time I mean I what I heard was that they were supposed to check him like every fifteen minutes or something but that's still given plenty of time to hang himself yeah thirty minutes is all of the they're supposed to be checked that apparently after taking office watch and put into a regular cell in the special housing unit they're often not placed in with another inmate as well because the decreases the likelihood of them trying to harm themselves I have somebody else in that small room with them but for some reason and it may be a legitimate reason be a meet you with with one taken out of the cell on Friday we don't know why and we may not know why for awhile because officials at the federal agency they rarely hawking give any details while investigation is ongoing and we have two investigations at least the FBI and the inspector general of the department of justice so it's likely that we won't hear anything on the record especially from any authority to the federal government for a while all right Steve Kassebaum live this morning from New
"steve yeah" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"So we have Wendy, and Steve yes, you have to nut shock. We have who what was the third one dreamy. Greg. Greg. I can't is there anyone else who has dreamy hair. Besides Joe, I don't know maybe David or Wardag by default. And then we have a Wendy, and Kevin I feel like it's gotta be either air because I don't think there are two people who confuse Keats name. I'm going to say you wrote him day. Okay. That was a good guess, I wrote be a hero Patou. One. Unfortunately, that was not real comment as much as now I really wish it was. Actually, there were a couple of people who had different names for calves. So there were a couple of Kevin's that got referred to. Kevin referred to Devon's Kevin Devon's which I thought was pretty close and Keith and Kevin. So I was going to have a question that was like who's Kevin? Comments. Unfortunately. Okay. So in Tonio this question is about fanfares not named Joe. Hey, Chris only deserving winner of this season the wanted Chris. But the news man will do see my Guy Roux. Nevins, but the S is our dollars. Yeah. And then D I want dad bod'ed to win. Then joe. I'm also a huge Joe fan. Clarify. Okay. I'm going to again, pick the one that I hope he wrote because it's one I liked most. I'm picking see because I like the dollar sign. Correct. Yes. That one was we did see a couple people use dollar signs was inspired by that. But it was mainly when they were using a dollar son dollars to censor themselves. Can we go back? You wrote Chuck. What is what is this a reference to a TV show? I'm pretty sure it's from the league TV turned up on my googling. I remember sat in gum. I just didn't remember. Remember, he was called to nuts in the parlance of show. I need a name for someone. Brains work in mysterious ways. I will just say that. Okay. All right, Mike. This question is for you. This is talk about the edge of extinction. Hey, I love Joe. But to win they needed to keep him there until there is no more safety of edge. He is truly not gone. He could have helped people along the way. Be since Joe went to the wedge of extinction. Definitely come back into the game. See at least people on our at least people at edge of distinction. We'll get to eat with Joe there or d-. Oh, my Lord. The edge is killing me hashtag come on. God. Kevin, right. That last one. Kevin can wait. Apparently, he did not wait long enough to same name. So. Doc stem. He didn't he didn't fled. Did you extinction suave and been the if we make an island cheese name for our next of our season. The cream a wedge of extinction. King faded. Veda cream core. Second big piece of manchego. This is hell. All right. So let's see can what was again. I love Joe. But to win they needed to keep him there until there is no more safety of edge. He is truly not gone. He could have helped people along the way. See I feel that's too long for you to have written. Yes. Wedge of extinction. See is which what? Let's see again distinction. Ooh, I feel like you wrote see because I remember in the closed captioning for the episode..
"steve yeah" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"And we are here with coach Pete the Ruta America's well financial, an income coach bestselling author along with Marty Hensley, and Chuck Keeton. My name's Steve said all ended up boy coach we have got a big show planned today, and I'm kind of excited because I know I know there's some bad folks out there, and I can't wait for your react. Well, we've got a pack studio today. Don't we have some good folks here? We've got Chuck Chuck welcome in. Thank you very much coaching. I'll lose twenty pounds. So we have more room next. Let studios big bigger mardi Hensley seven footers speaking of not much room. I can't do anything about that. So I cannot say I'm gonna lose two inches. We have high ceilings here. Luckily, and Steve Steve. Yes, sir. The news guy. Lot of news going on going on. Yeah. Some of the news here is is not good some real good. And I think the reason why we've been doing this show about sixteen years now in the financial world never is lacking for giving us stuff to talk about. Never never never never know. But I thought today we'd spend a little time going through some good things and bad things and also some checklist and an eighth things that everyone needs to know when they when we talk about Wall Street because everybody isn't Wall Street, whether they think they're in Wall Street or not everybody has some ties to Wall Street. A lot of people say I don't care about Wall Street. I'm not in it. Well, maybe the company you work for is. And if they have a bad series of reports, you might wanna think about looking for another job somewhere else before you get those pink slips that may come around the every single week, we meet with folks who unfortunately, get those pink slips, and then we meet with them, and we try to make sure to to bring them back from the roof because that's really bad when something bad happens emotionally, you're in a different place when this stages of rage and stages of depression, and you base with combined when you are told the company doesn't need you anymore. Oh, yeah. This doors when you get there. So one of the things we do with people we serve is that we help them map out number one where they are right now. And amazingly it's not as bad as you think it is many times NY and matter of fact, we've seen some folks who were told by a company that they were need anymore. We sat down and analyzed where they were right now financially where they wanted to go in retirement and their dreams, and I'll even our dreams not just an ec-, but they're want. They could've retired a couple of years ago, if they had the right plants of putting the right plan together translating that financial plan that everyone has and you may not think you have one. But if you have any money saved anywhere, you have a financial plan. You you always plan to save more in the future. But it never happens. Many times. Translating that lump sum, and everyone has a lump sum somewhere, maybe more than one translating that lump sum of income, a retirement income what I call it financial fill up money that's gonna come to your mailbox each and every year, regardless of what happens in the market, regardless with happens, anywhere. You're going to get that check. And hopefully that check will increase we build increasing income into retirement plans. And so it's basically taking the war you out of living in retirement, when you know that checks are gonna come mardi bills are gonna come to aren't they? That's exactly right. We had a nice listener coming in the other day, and it was twenty six years somebody. So what's the most enjoyable part of your job that is telling someone that the numbers tell us that they can retire sooner versus and later a lot of times that we can retire tonight. You know, and one thing I'm finding to as if you're working with younger clients, and I'm talking about say the late thirties into the forties. And they may not think about these kinds of things, and it's it's good that you make sure that they are aware no matter as you said coach, whatever their financial situation. Is right now. Right. They can augment that by doing the right things with your advice. Yeah. Absolutely. Right. So in knowing that you can retire when you want maybe wanna retire. I'm not I'm not planning on every time. But I know. Lot of the folks that are that we serve and we talked to they can retire whenever they want to and part of the reason is we go through that second opinion survey with a look at where they are right now, we look at what their advisers telling them, what could talk about a doozy of a national firm of what they were telling their folks, we're gonna talk about that later on the show, but what their advisers telling him in if that's really true or not, you know, what that would. I find culture mardi is Steve let the people of my generation I'm in my mid sixties don't really want to retire just to amplify what you're talking about. Here. We want to go as long as we can we're in that sixties generation, you know, where we think we're invincible as long as we keep our health. That's what the, and, you know, we're valuable members of the working society today. Vis-a-vis the young kids today who you're having trouble getting to get jobs, even summer jobs nothing against the millennials. But I'll tell you right now this generation is not afraid to work, and they we don't wanna quit working as long as we have all our faculties. Well, you know, if you've ever left the company, you may be gone somewhere else. And then you go back to visit the old companies. That right. Tire same. Thanks. A lot of people. Want us wanna seem like they're still useful and needed? And so if you retire they replace you. And then you go back, and they don't wanna see you anymore. That happens all the time. We see it. And so it's at mental state. It's not it's not a physical thing. A lot of time. It's a mental thing. And unfortunately, we've seen stories of people retiring today a couple of years later. They're basically, you know, they're not doing much anymore. They're not happy. Go stir crazy can only play so much golfer tennis, so many trips you can take and that's all well and good because that's what your plans are all about preparing people for all of these eventualities at all those wants because you can afford it. But you know, what your time is valuable to? And if you feel like you're wasting it you get down to get depressed, and it's not good. This not only having a plan. And that's what we talk about on the show draws at home each and every week is the personalized plant every single plan that we put together is personalized to that individual, no cookie cutter approach, and that is what is absolutely crucial. You can anyone could get a suit, but they need custom-tailored. The I suit I got it was a neighbor because I didn't have one in my parents didn't have enough money back there. So that was one of three boys. Dad was a college. Professor mom was basically a housewife. And so. Have never been paid that much in debt and back. Then you know, as a kid, we didn't realize how much my parents went without to make sure my my brothers, and I at least had something except the soup. I look like Emmett Kelly at my high school graduation. The neighborhood was nice enough. My neighbors we have three boys next door in one of them was about the same size as made notice. I said belt and he had a quarter ROY suit. He didn't want to wear. I sue. This was this was the this is worse than this. Eighty two and a quarter. And we talked about that personalized approach trouble walking into a store for a dresser and ask for eighteen neck forty-one, it's leave. So you see what happens? What can you get? When you get that. Suffice it to say Marty was not a horse racing jockey? Sleeve? I'm thirty two thirty three. And I think that's a I typically get the responses. I I'm not sure that exists. They can cut once leave off. Patch little patches on the elbow. You're gonna put your elbows on the table, which we're supposed to do. Anyway. Inter bombing. Custom. You're right Marty's. Accustomed Taylor fitting a plan. But if you're listening right now, and you wanna get accustomed plan. You want your 4._0._1._K in wise? Martin is the big problem with a lot of people were participating they're putting money in every paycheck. But they really don't know what allocation to selected they don't know if this elections, they have a good, and they don't know the hidden fees that exists in here. And by the way, folks are a lot of hidden fees. Whether you to be pushes hard, we can analyze that. For you get you right on track and a quarter go through a quarterly review process with your selections. And then make sure that when it comes time to make sure that 4._0._1._K now turns into a true retirement plan that income we can help you with that as well. But the first step is to get a financial and retirement review. Looking at the road. You're on right now, the path you're going down, and we take a GPS satellite view, making sure that the road you're on right now, we'll get you to the true destination. You think you're going to and you'll be amazed? How many people were way off course, and beat every year with their adviser and advisor tells them everything's fine, mardi, what did they tell them that? That's why we stress the folks this come in and get that analysis done Chuck we put an eighteen page report together. And it is the best second opinion that you will ever get on your investment account. We look at fees. We look at expenses, and we look at risk adjusted returns are my returns where they should be commensurate with the amount of risk that I'm taking which is crucial. And that's what we call it that personalized plants. We take those eighteen pages, and.
"steve yeah" Discussed on The Next Best Thing
"Right. And what are the things? I was gonna say was that have you seen date night with Tina Fey and Steve? Yeah. Similar plot. Whatever your guys so much funnier which is a huge compliment. They are really funny people. I don't know who wrote date night. But, but no, yours is darker and just twenty dude, I think John and John's made have really funny script and Yahoo did right in John Bailey, and John Goldstein, okay. Before we get to that. Because I want a friend of mine, and I should have watched these things about my friend is such a huge fan of Ingrid going goes, west and grit goes to play like real psycho asshole. Nice change of pace because you're usually like the funny princely going. Yeah. He was like the alternate can get your bomb. Yeah. Deuce, bro. So kind of like you in in game that you play like, bro a guy. But you're sweet and funny. Yeah. He has friends. Yeah. He's you know, he's not he's not malicious wanna hurt people. He doesn't want anything. So is this do you like playing the villain? Oh, angered goes west. I loved it. Again. It was like a running gun kinda shoot. Really? It was we would lose sets on the day. And be like how are we going to solve this? How are we going to tell the story and still 'cause we were such an ensemble together? Aubrey plaza Olsen like. Met met Spicer OJ. OJ Jackson them. It was so good. And then with game night. Yeah. The okay I wanna play a little it's just a click seen. This is the rea- my favorite part of that movie. I kept trying to find a way to make this is doable seen couldn't. So this is just the money. No. I love that right to my favorite part of that entire movie is when. Hey. That's a lot Conine Miami. That is part of the whole movie. Really? Yeah. But I couldn't like hit away because it's all because it's cutting to you guys. And then this guy is not here. But okay. So this part I'm gonna play real quick as when you is basically your broken into really rich guys house. You have to you have to get your hands on something, and you smartly thank everyone's paying attention to this fight. That's going on. I'm going to grab him. Unfortunately, the guy gets punched out, and he falls right in front of you. Here's a real quick part of that..
"steve yeah" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Project farm video I told you about last time. On lifetime. I was on with Steve. Yeah. That motor finally died. He did a video where they replaced it. My engine oil with head and shoulders shampoo. Goodness. And it finally yielded. Last it lasted a lot longer than he thought. It would. Talking about the guy with the lawnmower. Yeah. He does a lot more chess all kinds of. Yeah. He's he's on YouTube. I think Steve posted a one of his videos on the website or maybe Facebook page, not your and I got an Email here from a guy by the name of Thomas Carl who sent me a copy of it as well. Even though we've not about it for quite some time. And I guess he's an independent tester. Yeah. He just does any does this test. And it takes about ten minutes to watch it. But days a test motor coat in a lawnmower engine. And what at some point? He runs. Water in it. But the end is being coated with motor coat and it runs like a top. Right. He was he was shocked. Fact, the compression actually went up on it. If you haven't seen before I think Steve posted it to the web page or Facebook. I'm not sure one of the two. But if he got he got a YouTube type in motorcoach survives water test or something like that. And you'll see the test that we're talking about conduct by totally independent guy who tests all kinds of products, and he tested and a lawnmower tested moten ally. More and you will not believe the results. Yeah. He. Just a few other things besides that head and shoulders shampoo before it finally killed it actually it didn't kill it. It just locked up and says you played it up a lot of cool off Lopin shit breed itself back up. Yeah. It kind of hurt this compression, a little bit edgy shoulders shampoo. He runs. He runs the program. Apparently he runs it runs. It fills it with. With the oil. He fills it with Motor Co direct commended levels, then he drains the whole damn thing. And he runs it with nothing in it. But the watercourse motor motorcoach. No, indeed has just motor coat originally. And it runs just fine. And then yes, he coats it with motor code again. And then runs it with water in there instead of regular oil and the damn thing works great for time for Iran in an hour. Yeah. Never heard compression of it. Or nothing. Smoke near is that there is that video on YouTube and type in something to the effect is can motor survived the water test and you'll see the video. Yeah. He had to stop it twice or three times actually to rebuild the great taste of water. Boiled out other than that. Yep. We've seen the video. I know. I know Steve posted it somewhere either on our social media or the website, and you can look for it there too. But you got it. I was the one that won't Steve about it now. Well, we got to pay off. We gotta pay you code. Somebody call him and tell him that drug test. The spray gets the other sprays. I like to see that, you know, against Mr. blue and yellow can I can't tell them. I mean, they. But I love to see the spray tests. You know, this guy. Do you know where he's based? If you comment on his videos, he will eventually tests for what you comment I wish. Right. I mean. Yeah. And he's been using the blue staff. The last word, and you know. Any all of those? I'm like Motor cO makes spray dude. Yeah. Yeah. Every time. Yeah. Cried out against the other sprays. I'd like to see how he does with that already know 'cause I've done it so many get that guy's name and his phone number. And we we should petition them directly to channel is project for project. What I'm sorry project project farm. Yeah. Hold on a second here. We're going to get you set up with that cold air since he got to correct trivia question now. Yes, I've seen the video couple of times. And you know, you gotta. I think this is hocus pocus is on those guys completely totally independent Motoko. Don't even know who he is. But it does test different kinds of products in different ways. But the motor coach test in the lawnmower is about as impressive as you'll see you can look forward to south on YouTube, and that one there is going to be something to the effect of motorcoach survives the water test or something like that. Yeah. About eighty percent of the stuff you test adult pass. All right. Eighty about eight minutes to the top. We're going to wrap it up. Mr. Motoko is going to tell you about some specials and a product of the our final hour is all yours if you'd like to jump on board. It's one triple eight eight six o eight seven eight five five one three seven four nine seven thousand. This is America's trucking network with only a kite. Husky and with hamstring Benjamin Franklin captured lightning.
‘House of Cards’ Season 6 teaser reveals Frank Underwood’s fate (Spoiler Alert)
"Am I favored TV shows on that flexes house of cards? It was Kevin Spacey's vehicle. Remember Kevin Spacey was the star. He started his Frank Underwood, buddy. Kevin spacey. Even though he's not going to be indicted by Los Angeles belief. He's off the show what happens to Kevin Spacey's character. Frank underwood. And this season's house of cards which will debut in November. What happens to Jeff? What happens doing he is assassinated? I'll give that to you. I was wondering for them all. I would say Steve they'll play that. Steve. Yes. Okay. He dies. He dies because I saw trailer today where she did he die. I don't know yet. Incorrect being assassinated as you tattle usually die when you're absent. Unless it's an attempt. Thank you for that. Yes. Yes. He dies because the trailer today. I saw Robert Wright to place guy Spacey's someday somehow makes it
"steve yeah" Discussed on Triangulation
"He was really outspoken, but he was bitter STI. I always take. He's a little bitter. Just got fired. But I, you know, he was very interesting. He was he's castrating Katter. Yeah, and I loved Laurine. She was a sweetheart, and it was interesting that they were all together with Lisa, which was very interesting. That's been hard for her. I don't. I don't think it was. Llerena is pretty enlightened. She's a high speed. I don't know what she's like now, but you know, and and. I think they were very, they were all trying to be a family. What do you think about Steve's journey? I mean, it's just documented fact that he was kind of stuff that I. With a massive dosa. Avella St. can't actually who said that. I, that's an off the record one, but then I went to make sense. Yeah. On death's door chose to die chose to die. So he his death. You can't actually kill yourself with Ellis. But if you know you're going what a great way to go. Yeah, and that's and he, you know, he knew that the that's what Huxley did he? Yeah, that's how win doors of. Self, you know, you're going to die. You just go, well, it's not gonna kill you, but maybe that'll just be the door and you'll walk through it beyond and and you know, I think he became very spiritual at the end and return to that kind of the what else are you going to do? I mean, this is a normal thing, right? All that stuff. You did doesn't matter anymore. Exactly. So he returned to that kind of enlightenment trip that he was on a young man at the very end, so that arc is very clearly drawn in this book. And and yeah, I love the stories about barefoot. Steve. Yeah, that's really all comes back at the end because there is again just like a nineteen year old guru in like, you know. And the question really that I asked everybody, including brilliant is like, do you think that he, you know, was lightened? Did you really think you know? Because brilliant and all is contempt. Ferrari's and and and he can't. Steve among them believes that name Karoly baba. The guru that rom dos wrote about was not just enlightened, but had a Jesus Christ like powers, like, could read your mind. Maybe could do some simple teleportation like they, they believe that this guy was the godchild right? And the way brilliant tells the story is that Steve believed to, and you know, the first guy that sees called after he got that diagnosis that he was going to die was brilliant. And he said, do you believe do you believe in and brilliant said, yeah, I believe in Memed curly baba, like it's happening. So see, went right back to to be nineteen in that spiritual journey and win. They put him in the ground, planted him in the grave, but just like a dozen of the closest. Including brilliant, brilliant, was reading from the bog beat. Yeah, over the gray. Okay. Like that's the stories in there and then you know, then there is a speculation, you know, did he choose to die on asset? And you know, I could have gotten to the Essen. I'm sure he could get anything he wants. You know, the problem is it's hard to make in the and the acid these days is not the asset of here. They say no more window window pane, man, that windowpane was good stuff, but I bet you Steve knew somebody who could make it. I bet he knew somebody knew somebody. Interesting. Yeah, you know, I never thought about that, but that is exactly what I would do. Because you do. I mean, I mean whether you're going somewhere or not, you kind of want to at least keep the keep a hope. The quotes in here are from the funeral and just look at these really good, and it does show that there was something about Steve. That really did something that people there is. Yeah, I never got to meet the guy, but it's clear that I didn't see me the magic, although I played volleyball with him and he hated me because I wasn't very, very competitive. Team come on out of the game. So I've been yelled at sea by Steve two. So there you go, I would have, you know, I thought about it..
"steve yeah" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Nega baucus is not necessarily tanking but making the lottery because what they can do for our with money and dolan will spend it and what they can do with free agency and what they can do as a lottery vic if they get one and they should for twenty nineteen in the summertime so it really is a year away before you can really have some hope for the new york knickebocker sats for sure michael is calling from valley stream michael you're on the fan what's going on how you doing steve yeah yeah i wanted to talk about the yankees sure trade with manny machado but i think the yankees have to me for one i think we should get me shot because there's no great pitches on the market it's just happened hamels looks like it's down to the award are you gonna do with machado get him which well now well now i guess we would be sheffield's asia let me ask do you really think that's going to happen i mean i think it's fifty fifty no no no no no no no you're going to give away like who are you going to give away from tobacco more you gotta give away who did you say frazier seo clinched rage obviously no no no no no i i don't see i think these this kind of call is like a crank call because i don't think a yankee fan would want for manny machado you don't even need ready and you can sign him in the off season without giving anyone a what you need another right ended bad do you need more power and he wants to play shortstop do a dd gregori is see i don't i you know listen it's a friday night and maybe one of these guys calling in god stood up for a date and feels you know what i'm a little frisky i'm home i'm home by myself my friends are out having a good time my date stood me up i have nothing else to do i think i'll call now throw something out there with the summer's on the radio and and have a good time pulling everybody's leg i don't think any yankee fan and fifty fifty one we have a manny machado moratorium he's not gonna work why would they cashman isn't gonna give anything to baltimore.
"steve yeah" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"You have to think that goes for you take it or they can follow you home you drop food on the floor don't pick it up that's for the hungry ghost they'll come back and no no kill you your sleep there's so much folklore superstation in that all ties in together and i don't devalue go story from a wives tale to whatever you know that's what i always tell people on the books you know if you don't necessarily believe in spirit surf you believe whatever just can't even okay minded to it just take it as a good story a good campfire story and hopefully you'll get something out of it do you do you believe that the ghosts that inhabit the western hospital or the kennedy the kentucky state penitentiary duly these ghosts have consciousness or are they a spiritual residue just kind of an endless loop kind of a memory stored in the the walls of the of these buildings you know i would say probably i've had to had to put it in the into percentages i probably a good seventy five to eighty are just looping residual hans are poltergeist activity from a spirit or from some other natural phenomenon that's causing whatever but i do think there's a percentage of that are sentient that have some remnant of consciousness even on a maybe a more primal lizard brain level of just going oh someone's here i'm activated i'm moving around why are you here why are you my myself you know because the way we always looked at gals 'cause you know we do made me and my wife we have recalled the county paranormal and we you know when every time anytime we've never go check stuff about we didn't go in there with a whole vibe of ghost hunters ghost hit on my wall i'm not you know that's not what it's about it's about you know first of all it's about the people living in whatever situation generally homes or whatever that maybe have children better afraid we want to find out if it's a thing that they can live with somebody can help crossover and that is my now that's not gonna children but it's also things that these if they to people that's what a spirit actually isn't that's open to conjecture people at one time too and they're going to respond in kind to you know if you treat 'em lights and respond broccoli just like if you go in there and try to talking about the whole kind of come at me bro flex on ghost i feel is forty and disrespectful and especially if you feel it's something that's a negative entity that's not the way to do that you're gonna you're gonna end up catching catches some flags from that and it might be something that you can't walk away from steve is in sacramento or sacramento california is a former corrections officer steve good morning welcome to coast to coast thank you go ahead steve yeah yeah my experience with this relevant to the president's was back in i think it was eighty eight that would have been eight hundred eighty nine i was working i watch in one of the older wings tracy california that's just an older prison fulsome but pretty holy shih gladiators for a lot of onsides big big you know things like that a lot of people out and i was locked in my point housing for the life during my cows station mobster station and i experienced batum kind of semi peripheral nations being eligible to inmates up on the third tier alpha loose and that would have been a problem that would have been in escape jeff yeah it was so real that i stood out west depress i along with his team stop because they sent him and i was like okay what's reflection pulled out my gum four mag light and all over the place okay and i'm gonna talk face humiliation in outer not so i kinda kinda wrestling bike ride and healthy honestly twenty s and i like wanted to be or whatever yeah so i full you big key like i went up there through the whole area been up there i did a check a complete checked all the doors and i was just like okay reasons with myself it had to be too much coffee yeah that was a story i told myself and accepted and went home with and then about a year later i.
"steve yeah" Discussed on Z100
"Wow knowing me anyway we're not fishing for compliments and i appreciate all the nice things you're saying but that's not what we're all we're we're good yes we're okay i'm happier with the way i look now than i've been in years and you're the same way the same way totally for plastic surgery they cut off my turkey neck anyway whatever randy elvis duran phone town right garrett yes what's your phone tap about today don wants to play a phone tap on her husband's steve now steve is very protective of his family especially his five year old daughter brianna don's going to start the call to her husband steve letting them know that one of the dads at school has had a problem with their daughter oh no don't mess with the dad i'm gonna play that dead you were hui messing with go we're gonna mess with husband steve yes you're messing with the dad yeah we're going to ever good that's why it's a phone app hey what's up i'm busy yeah i guess i have a problem jack's father just called here what did you say now he's saying like oh my son got kicked out of school because your daughter he didn't give your daughter chambi wearing directors like that i needed some time to cool down that's really bothering me give me the guy's number i gave them your number he should probably be calling you soon if he was pissed off fast food all right hello all right hold on okay i'm going to meet it hello hey is this steve yeah i hope i'm not bothering you right now i am jack's father okay your daughter really caused my son some emotional harm by him being kicked out of preschool okay well don't start giving me a hard time on my phone call off i'm going off my wife i didn't go i was talking my wife was upset by that you're sound gave her a hippie and i acted on it my son said your daughter gave him a hickey how about that okay well then whatever man you're going to do my aching she talking about she's really upset about it well i could probably say that you know your daughter learned that from your wife but i you know cell phone and you've gone my wife well well we do have a problem you can't my son talking about face happening umbrella it's not it's not happening well you got my son kicked out of preschool you know what kind of a man i'm just telling you what are your work told me that you're not gonna put up until you show some dna oh we'll contact you gonna have to csi swab your daughter's neck because my son saliva whoa contact you on this conversation is all all your lawyer now you have a lawyer all of a sudden because you knew it is over you should be investigating while your daughter's such a little slut i'm not gonna i'm not gonna not worth losing my job for this conversation is little prostitute the age of five good job don yes sorry hey out man tramp campus you gotta come to school do we had it out man i'm gonna lose my job to somebody hit the if i lose my job h other i think you've gotta scared i don't know 'cause he was like you know maybe we should get down and talk about this talking bye bye to be problems all right let me if you call my cell phone hold on i'm gonna put him on no right now about not going to say this guy that's it oh i heard i heard you i heard a excuse me i'm done i'm done with you man he told me finish listen to say to you there is i think you need to calm down you need to foaming again blow i am not the station is over is that the tramp daughter in the background do goodbye steve i'll just tell you my name's gary from elvis duran in the morning show and you've got phone tapped.
"steve yeah" Discussed on Z100
"Do it slowly like if you try to move to the other side it goes like this between that and plays it's ridiculous it's awesome hey at least we're on the air i don't know and i think if we ever fixed it we would miss it wouldn't be the same if you could just stay very stave valley still bob dole move anything around randy elvis duran town garrett yes what's your phone tap about today right don wants to play a phone tap on her husband's steve now steve is very protective of his family especially his five year old daughter brianna though don's going to start the call to her husband steve letting them know that one of the dads at school has had a problem with their daughter don't mess with the dad and i'm gonna play that dead we're hui messing with you we're gonna mess with husband steve yes you're messing with the dad yeah we're gonna ever good that's why phone app hey what's up i'm busy yeah i have a problem jack father just called hear from brianna school what did you say no he's saying like oh my son got kicked out of school because your daughter getting hickey your daughter can be wearing directors like that i needed some time to cool down that's really bothering me give me the guy's number your number he should probably be calling you soon if he was passed up fast food all right bye hello all right hold on okay i'm gonna meet it hey is this steve yeah i hope i'm not bothering you right now i am jack's father okay your daughter really caused my son some emotional harm by him being kicked out of preschool okay well don't start giving me a hard time on my phone call off i'm going off my wife i didn't go i'm talking my life upset by that you sound gave her a hippie and i acted on it my son said your daughter gave him a hickey how about that okay okay well then oh my aching she talking about she's really upset about it well i could probably say that you know your daughter learned that from your wife but you know i you know cell phone and you my wife well well we do have a problem you can't my son talking about face to face my wife and my happening umbrella it's not it's not happening well you got my son kicked out of preschool you know what kind of a man i'm just telling you what are your like me you're not gonna put up until you show some dna oh we'll contact you swab your daughter's neck because my son saliva whoa contact you on this conversation is all all your lawyer now you have a lawyer all of a sudden because you knew it is over you should be investigating why your daughter's such a little slut i'm not gonna i'm not gonna play because you're not worth losing my job for this conversation is little prostitute good job dawn yes all right hey out man tramp your campus you gotta come to school we had it out man i'm gonna lose my job on somebody hit the losing my job h other i think you've gotta scared i don't know 'cause he was like you know maybe we should get down and talk about this talking bye by problems all right let me no more accurate if you call my cell phone hold on i'm going to put him on no right now i'm not gonna say this guy that's it oh i heard you i heard you i heard a excuse me i'm done i'm done with you man he told me finish listen to say to you there is i think you need to calm down you need to foaming again blow i am not the station is over is that the tramp daughter in the background goodbye steve i'll just tell you my name's gary from elvis duran in the morning show and you've got phone tapped.
"steve yeah" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"The biggest fights possible and joel jones brock is is that is like a comic book yeah shelter dominic subbotin who submitted that one nate asking who's gonna win the world cup wow i saw a lot of love for england with on today's six two one panama i mean yes i know panama's is nowhere near you know the three lines but so far and it's so funny because i'm on the record like you could go back right i picked england i told you why why love them commonwealth for others candidates out there and like they can't get any credit you know they beat tunisia tunisia they'd be panama they can't get any credit so i'm sticking with my guys i feel like what's different this year about about last year by the way cheers i feel like what's different is there's no pressure on them there's no spotlight does say last year i mean for years ago or eight years ago or twelve years ago sixteen years ago i feel no pressure knows talking about them not one of the big dogs they're not germany they're not brazil they're not even portugal and and and everyone's just kinda sleeping on them so that's fine so on us sleep well that's what i'm going i'm going to say to say are you are you upset or not that their flying medical i was watching that manchester day perfect time adm got to watch it for two hours and it was just like five five goals in the first half it was nuts goes in the first half we gave panama monday celebrated their first ever goal in the world cup was phenomenal and and we're now onto an mcse we and i feel like i can't say we we're going to the round of sixteen is incredible we taking with england we will win and and all you haters can can show leave you may know you may know steve yes came this question he wants to know who's your favorite person you work with at espn wow oh steve i feel okay now i feel like i know the i i mean it's like picking my children right yes glenn steve nicol lisa jake britney who i've not met yet but i hope to meet very soon i cannot say enough good things and i'm not gonna talk too much about like the past and all that stuff but the the love and appreciation and how welcoming everyone's been and just doing this and the ireland bad guy show and espn plus thank you for signing up i heard you signed up last week did we appreciate your china made you a promise and i used to it it's just been overwhelming it's been incredible so you know it's amazing how these things work like you you stay in one place for a while and then all of a sudden you're somewhere else and you have to meet new people it's like the first day of school all over again but i i couldn't be happier and i couldn't be more excited about the future so i feel like like literally this is just the tip of the iceberg of what's to come and what will be able to do together so i'm sorry steve i can't pick one but in particular has been phenomenal so let me give him props he is such a cool guy so great to work with if i if i think this is the right steve okay cool yeah it's been incredible shot of drought yes got what you're after there when will we see you okay this is the last question where we see you in one of those funny espn commercials maybe chatting by the water cooler original yes oh that's a good one i feel like that's a solid one yes from from your lips to to god's ears that'd be nice one of those like hey george what's happening right i i those hold a special place in my yes those are great they had a great wearing nestle with aaron judge where he's on the the treadmill and then scott van pelt is there and then he's like hey and he the homerun tried he says goodbye like i said sky's the limit new episode of ariel in the bad guy coming up on wednesday on espn plus then we're going to twentysix pre and post fight show and of course.
"steve yeah" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"How many people would you say out there know who you are as like whatever your name is jim and andy probably like fifteen or twenty because honestly if you think about the there's been people that i met like ten or twelve years ago when i first started and they don't remember my name or whatever so you know maybe at one point they did but so yeah there's there's not very many that way i'm sorry can i guess your name guess my name three guests okay charles ooh that's a good one daniel where do you think is like daniel stephen steve steve yeah steve nt anti enter i saw you put that ntn we don't know how to address you like what the hell is your name it's anti anderson yeah it's better than steve totally better than snitch honestly like talking to you has been one of the greatest achievements of my entire life it can only go downhill from here thank you for the work that you do you give things to talk about like all the time and now like any time i see some sort of story like doubtful resentful and i'm just like all these people like just going on on twitter just talking about like mental health it's like you don't even know you don't even know so i appreciate you i appreciate you coming on the show our listeners they're gonna be so excited to hear this where can people kind of keep up with you keep up with your social media website all that stuff.
"steve yeah" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"He's she's she said she was gro but i mean if you're the do the former president of the united states you're not gonna be broke for long especially if you're a veteran racketeer which both of which both of them were thanks for the call aaron charlie your next with highway car go ahead charlie hey how are you sir samantha powers' stunned steve yes see yanji this is an example of the unmasking he's talking about here john wide or whether it was known years they'd called iran or whatever and she can play said someone else which using my name or k problem have a nice day is going to leave it at back right i know what about it yeah i i can't believe they get away with that how about the fact that the how about the fact that the fbi said they lost the fifty thousand emails the 50000 tax tweet page and struck while that was all i got was the oilrich all of a sudden there's sound that now that trump i was gonna ask you are their deal releasing the stuff they think is currently in the works nasr shouldn't new year's be able to look at all of those things themselves and taken of jack they've account dot com i think he's see no i think he's seen a lot more charlie that's why he's talking about the having a four more rob memos released and i guess a i don't i don't know how it works exactly under house rules but he's not going to have to go through all the hoops that he had to go through to release this a first dispersed memo he's just got to have a i guess a straight party line vote on whether to release the new memos in the the next one is going to be about the state department so that means a john kerry in that also that that also means that they they're they will be uh that those are the with that's going to involve a sit blumenthal and uh and that this guy uh uh shearer cody shearer whose even apparently sleazy or than uh than than sydney blumenthal cody shares and other uh sort of dirty tricks operative in the clinton crime family i saw quote today uh from slight magazine it ever is lake bought com at 1999.
"steve yeah" Discussed on Well This Sucks
"Steve yeah down i was eighteen same yeah you know my music careers like really gone all say oh no gals posted yeah thanks i will never leave who love to come see tram stamp thank you out we'll see i just we just i if i'm being honest an email from the drummer was just like a busy till april go right lou well we are getting paid kennelworth you know we we were geoghegan pretty are weird gigging with the old band were literally in the town it's just like acting everything to her saturated with bands in this town so it's very is not easy to get paid to do it with my guys wanna get paid they're all professionals other than me i mean we've heard you saying things the height of odd i mean i'm not a professional singer though i would never what are you what does that mean fine as a big someone who gets paid to saying sure sure as a matter yeah i hang out with singers and i'm like oh i can't saying you know what i mean i told you officers at a closed up with all broadway sing her so alya lick we are six princess jasmine's in the room i'm not joke him a nice and like alicia keys came on and they were all like oh i don't like shit yeah now yahya backup oh yeah i'm i'm bad okay the i mean that was pretty good it wasn't as good as my pop but that was scowling was pretty definitely hit the now i mean that's if you can hit the notes you can build up the ability radar act adding it's very hard i feel like to get get it going and it's me now i mean i think it's beautiful to know where you stand in life like i am not athletic i don't try to be evola aquino yeah same.