20 Episode results for "Tanya J. Powers"

Georgia Ballots and McDonald's Menus

KILF Morning New Podcast

05:23 min | 11 months ago

Georgia Ballots and McDonald's Menus

"Five forty with david. Amy on wednesday morning. Well as more time passes. It appears more and more certain that joe biden will be the president when naga ration- day comes but the spotlight is still on georgia. That's where republicans are casting doubt on the election results and tanya j powers fox news is following along and joining us out. Bring us the latest good morning. Tanya morning well what's going on there. We're we're all still a little bit surprised kind of scratching our heads over here. Georgia georgia doesn't vote democrat Yeah this is. This is quite something If when you when you look at the history of georgia voting meant usually pretty red state However you know there's now two senate feet run off because of the high turnout and voting on election day You've got the senator leffler and senator david perdue seats there. In runoffs that are going to be in january fifth This could be a very well. I think it's going to be very interesting. Few months between now and then Those two senators by the way have You know kind of come out and called. The city was a an embarrassment of an election And have leveled these claims at fellow. Republicans who oversaw vote last week. Georgia secretary of state is also republican. And they've called for the resignation of that secretary. Brad reference burger Which is just quite quite interesting. Not something i you know. I would ever have guessed was coming according to the atlanta journal constitution. This was this memo letter. Whatever you wanna call it that they released. The statement was an effort to appease the president That the atlanta journal constitution reports that they were pressured But a president and his aides to to do that. And you know in case you know to stave off a tweet For you know that would have been negative towards them from him that may put him in then we put them in jeopardy of being able to get voters you know from his base to turn out for them. They need them in january in order to win those racist georgia representative doug collins calling for a manual recount of at least the presidential race. Is that gonna happen. And how long could something like that take. That's a good question. Yeah he kind of has been leading the president's effort to recount the race in georgia their hand count of ballots Is is you know he. He is one of the ones who keep saying that. There's widespread allegations of voter irregularities that by the way there has not been evidence to back that up there or in any other state Let's just make sure that's out there. The they say that they're gonna you know. Put that in. You know. Petitioned the court They said that they're going to do that. After the state certification is completed if the secretary of state doesn't act You know he said that. Hopefully that this will be a preemptive kind of thing it this is just. It's getting really interesting even if you don't follow politics This is one of those that you can't help but at least see some of the some of the stuff of the sidelines. It'd be like wait. What's happening in georgia You know they thought they were through with the the ads the campaign ads and the robocalls. I think they're probably gonna get a whole big another dose of those between now and january real strong pressure from both sides. All right tiny. Thank you very much. Tanya j powers with the fox news well just when you thought it wasn't going to be another channel chicken sandwich. Apparently mcdonald's is coming out with kind of one. Mcdonald's already has a chicken sandwich. They're gonna come up with a new new chicken sandwich a crispy chicken sandwich. Because that's the trend these days right you can point the chick-fil-a for starting at i think they're going to have a new plant based burger. Yeah they are but we were talking about the chicken sandwich. I was just gonna say that You know miss chick-fil-a popeye's get very very famous for a very short period of time for having a terrific and a really was good crispy. Chicken sandwich mcdonald's is going to have one to you. Ever wonder how many chickens we kill in this country. Good lord i know there's a in frisco there how many cows do weekend there is a stretch of a of a preston road and in frisco who week counter one time and they're eight fast food chicken restaurant mile anyway. Go to the plant Plant burger it's going to test one. I don't know much about it. Just gonna test it. It's gonna be made patties from beyond meat beyond me. Yes wow if you ever tried that stuff. Yes not very good. We bought one. This is not first time that mcdonald's did this. they had a. they had a veggie burger. Guess they called it and we thought this is a period of time when caroline are both dieting. And we were on the road where you know you can't find anything but fast food to eat. And they said oh. Let's try this. We we ordered the veggie burger drove around got our order took one bite drove around and dumped it right in the trash. We really did. Yeah so hopefully. This will be better than that. I have so some people like that sort of thing probably pass.

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CDC Chooses Who's Getting the Vaccine

KILF Morning New Podcast

07:15 min | 10 months ago

CDC Chooses Who's Getting the Vaccine

"Speaking of Speaking of vaccine. Cdc figuring out. Who's going to get access to the vaccine. I once it's ready and fox's tanya j powers joins us now with the latest on that morning tanya so tell us about it looks like the first doses of the vaccine Are gonna go to healthcare workers and people in residents in fast in nursing homes and long term care facilities. This one's The two groups that they deemed to be the highest priority The advisory committee on immunization practices met yesterday. That cdc panel. they are giving that recommendation to the director. If it's approved by the rhetoric becomes guidance to the states. there was only one person on that panel a woman who descended and didn't want the vaccine to go to people in nursing homes. Right away Why not well. Apparently there was some and by the way that's an associate professor of medicine at vanderbilt is is the person who descended on this Because there was apparently some unease over the inclusion of the long term care people the the residents in the staff several panel members said that there was not a sufficient vaccine safety and data to support giving them the shot right away and i said i mean just residents of because of the of the age of these folks They're still you know these are remember. This is emergency use You know so. They're still doing. They're still finishing up their research on this. But you know. Hopefully we'll keep our fingers crossed that things go well and you know they get there ok. Later this month from the fda and people start getting their shots by the before the end of the month she did make one interesting point and that is one of the concerns was that if These old people in nursing homes die which they do in relatively high numbers. Even if it's from a non kovic 'cause it could put people off the vaccine because people started going look all these old people got the vaccine and they're dying. Yeah i mean it's it's a. It's a difficult thing to think about thinking about being on his panel right. You're like okay well Who do we how we decide who gets this. I mean that's a huge job to to its undertaking about it You know they're the the high rate of people who are in these long term care facilities Who died that accounts for nearly forty percent of the deaths from covid. Nineteen at this point. People residents and employees have long term care facilities. That's one of the reasons they did. Get the priority in this In this decision this panel all right. Tonya thanks so much of the debt. We do appreciate it says tony jay powers. There is an episode of Star trek i think it was the next generation Was fascinating they found this. They found this wandering piece of of Magana well not really junk because it was operating. It was an artificial intelligence that had the that could do amazing things and it was scary stuff and they yeah by by the time they track it down far in the far reaches of the universe they discovered it was an old united states. Space capsule voyager. And that's kind of what's happening right now. It's kind of what happened yesterday. Yeah in the wee hours of tuesday morning and object in space zip by earth at a distance of about twenty seven thousand miles. That's not far far. The object has been given the not so descriptive designation of twenty twenty. So great something else. That has that twenty twenty designation. So they're not sure what it was but nasa researchers do have guessed. They said they think it's the rin remnants of a failed moon mission from nineteen sixty six. Doom surveyor to mission. It appears to be the upper stage. Rocket booster from that flight. Yeah it was an unmanned mission sent to Land on the moon but it crashed and was destroyed but it's rocket booster had already disengaged and flew past the moon out into space and now there's surmise. They're saying that it got caught up in the gravitational pull of the earth one around a few hundred times whatever and now has been pulled into a point where plus came back to within twenty seven thousand miles. Apparently it will escape the earth's orbit in march return to in orbit around the sun at least for a while and they say it's coming back to earth in twenty thirty six really crazy stuff. Isn't it really is. I liked that We mentioned the the the woman who gave birth to a twenty seven year. Old baby was little. Stretch the embryo. But that's amazing to Little molly gibson. She's just over a month old but she could have been born at any point in the last twenty seven years her. Her embryo was frozen in october of nineteen ninety two. Well who was she born to was it to her original parents know she was born to a couple that adopted the embryo. I was gonna say yeah. It's amazing young people. How do you feel your your grow up. You're like twenty five years old and you realize you've been you were frozen for twenty seven years in time feel special feel special. I guess a you definitely feel wanted. Yeah there's that plus Something of a medical miracle. Isn't that the oldest embryo to actually planted. Yes yes they say that about about seventy five percent of all donated embryos survive the thawing and transfer to a new loom womb. And what. I wonder we. I always wonder what happens to those frozen embryos. I wanna know what's going on. With all the people that have been frozen. Come back the future as an expensive process whose head was frozen williams and how you can freeze just ahead but okay another body you know. That's that's the idea today right all right. Elizabeth is gonna spend. I guess christmas but not very many people. She's gonna forego her traditional. Christmas disturned philip. Yep because a covid. Nineteen ninety four like he's ninety nine ninety nine it's right. We've been watching the crown at home. And i started looking up. You know their ages at this point. He's ninety nine and it makes sense. They don't first of all a prince. Charles prince william of already had covid symptoms. Yeah and they're laying low and look it this this. This family has so many problems anyway. I can't imagine that they're terribly disappointed. Not going to be able to spend time with the kids dysfunction junction kind of.

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Millions Already Vaccinated, But "Full Approval" of the Pfizer Vaccine Still Pending

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05:01 min | Last month

Millions Already Vaccinated, But "Full Approval" of the Pfizer Vaccine Still Pending

"The paul anchors hit records were songs of his teenage angst with women but then back then. Almost all hit records were about that. That's a story coming up from. Ed wallis with the moment in rock and roll history at seven fifty five seven forty one right now dave williams without amy again this morning because she's not feeling well. The fda could give its full approval for the covert vaccine the pfizer covert vaccine as early as september and fox news Tanya j. powers checks in with With us again this morning from new york with more information morning tanya she feel better i will do that. She came in this morning But she just just couldn't hack it so she She went home. So this is a question you know once in a while you think of something you know you hear something and you've been meaning to look into ivan trying to figure that out. I don't understand. And i keep forgetting to ask somebody and here you are. What does this mean this. Full approval stuff. I mean millions of americans have already taken the thing. Millions more around. The world have already gotten the vaccine. It's already been given it's You know it's Approval and confidence by the medical community. What what is full approval. Well the fda has the pfizer vaccine into what we're talking about because they're the ones who have had submitted their application and have given the fda bid the data that they need to make the decision on a final approval or not what they had in order to put the pfizer drug out there so people could get their vaccination was an emergency use authorization and there are some differences between an emergency use authorization and a full approval by the way emergency. Use authorization does not mean experimental. I think a lot of people have completed the two things and think that's what's going on here. It's not an experimental drug. They already had clinical trials they were approved for emergency use authorization but between the difference between that and full approval Or things like you know. Companies can't promote their products under an emergency use authorization You know once it's in full approval been in other companies can market their drug directly to consumers but if it's an emergency use authorization they can't that's one of the differences there are more obviously It's not just a marketing thing but the full approval would also mean. I think in the bigger picture. When you're talking about dacoven vaccine the thing it made me most about is the full approval may give some people who have been hesitant to take the shot. Then they give them kind of the green light. A lot of people have said that they're hesitant to get the thing because it's only under an emergency use authorization. They said that once it gets full approval in the fda gave it its full backing and says okay. Yes this is good. We're going to sign off on this. It's a it's a. It's a fully done saying then they'll get the shot and the mta hoping that as soon as they can get that final approval done a lot. More people will decide. Okay this is what i was waiting on. I'm gonna get vaccinated now for advisory in bio intech submitted the request Back on may seventh so What three to four months is that. Is that a normal delay. Or and and what about madonna will will will the approval of pfizer hasten. Their approval usually takes longer than that to get a full approval of because of the situation of cove nineteen. It's kind of been hands on deck sort of thing from what i understand a rookie of the They're hoping to have the unofficial deadline from getting full revolt. Fifty bay said labor day. That is what the new york times has reported. The president has said that he expected the full approval from four to five drive by early. Full which you know kinda around other timetable anyway. labor day take. Your dern is still submitting data for them to the fda for their final approval application. They have not given the timetable. When that'll be finished they didn't submit. There's until their application until You know a few weeks after Measure folks to find just kind of been clarify a little bit longer But it's they're basically taking a whole lot more data now that it's kind of you know been available to the narrow public. They have a lot more data to choose from to kind of bolster their case for full approval. So that's just part of the stuff that they're looking at. Okay well thank you. I mean you really did you. Finally illuminated me on this. Because it's something that keeps popping up. And i keep trying to remember to ask somebody about this and here you are. Thank you very much right. Tanya j powers and fox news in new york seven forty five traffic time again. Here's junior caruso. This report is sponsored by allstate. Dallas southbound on the tollway at spring valley.

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CDC & Medical Experts Warn Against Travel This Thanksgiving

KILF Morning New Podcast

08:55 min | 10 months ago

CDC & Medical Experts Warn Against Travel This Thanksgiving

"Klif eight seventeen klif well. Apparently vladimir putin isn't ready to congratulate president elect joe biden just yet the russian leader said on state tv that process is just a formality but he specified that his recognition does have some pre requisites like nano biden. Come kiss my boy the other way around. That's that's what he's talking about. Putin one of the few holdouts among world leaders now that china has congratulated buying it. I mean you know this. I mean seriously this is this is right up there with With the kind of diplomatic finagling that in involves You know my chair is higher than yours. And i get to look down on jewish where d- heaters were at finagling. Oh is it. yeah. I didn't know. I had no idea what the origin of that is anyway. Putin is one of the few holdouts among world leaders now that china has congratulated biden. Or this worth all right Usually we hear about thanksgiving week. All the people who are traveling but not so sure. There are many people traveling. Although i did hear. There were more reservations on south west. I think it was on friday than cancellations. So i guess a lot of people that are planning to travel for the holidays but not nearly as many as in recent years. Rachel sutherland is looking. I mean tony. Jay power sorry is looking at the numbers and she joins us now. Good morning tanya day. Hey good morning so you've been looking at the numbers. What are you seeing. Well Even though there has been a cdc guidance Short of a warning. Basically that tells everybody hey. Stay home for the holidays. travel despite that the tsa's numbers as of just like in the last hours so we've learned that more than three million passengers were screened by the tsa. Between friday and sunday. this weekend Which is the highest three day total since march fourteenth through. Sixteen to give you an idea of where that is kind of in relation to the rest of the year so it sounds like People are starting to travel again. They are at least for the holiday Triple eight you know. They keep an eye on the forecast for holiday travel. They always release these A few days before the holiday and they had anticipated that air travel volume would be about two point four million travelers so we've already surpassed that for the weekend before thanksgiving They also say that the people who are expected to travel or go mostly by car ninety. Five percent of all holiday travel is going to be done by car but still that's going to be down a little bit at least for as according to their forecast If you are going someplace by car gas prices are going to be cheaper. Nationally there about fifty cents cheaper than they were a year ago. Other modes of travel travel transportation like trains cruises. The cruise ships are docked at this point. Still all of those modes of travel expected to be down about seventy six percent So that's quite a bit. I mean the bottom line of it is most people. If they're going anywhere can do it by car. I would think that people who are planning to travel by air need to take into consideration the fact that In airlines always tell you to get there an hour two hours early depending on your destination with With the protocols in place for covid nineteen prevention and all that stuff. I'm thinking boy. I just may as well spend half a day there before. The flight is scheduled. Yeah i mean it depending how far you're going. Yeah you've like. I said you could spend that half day in a car. You know getting someplace or you. Can you know travel if it's if air is the only way that you can feasibly get there if it's too far away Interesting look at which Airlines are still restricting those middle seats or what. The what the protocols are that. they're doing the points guy. Released some information on this It looks like the ones who are still doing. You know the middle seats are not selling. The middle seats appear to be delta That appears to be one. South west is gonna apparently still do this through december first so those are a couple of them of the large carriers that are still restricting. Some of those middle seats might make it a little bit more comfortable for people who are going to travel by air but again one of those ends pretty quickly Masks are required on pretty much every airline at this point They are available. Some of them. They'll give you one if you don't already have one But just if you think to keep in mind the cdc also by the way has a checklist a little qna thing on their website where they talking about travel and know the holiday travel and it gives you a list of questions so if you're on the fence about whether you should go someplace for thanksgiving or not again. Their general guidance says don't but if you wanna look through some of these questions on their website it will tell you kind of hope you kind of narrow down an answer as to whether you should do this or not when tsa change. I know is Used to only be able to bring little bottles of the hand sanitizer. Now they're saying you can bring a bigger bottle on board. Is that right I've heard this. I'm not exactly sure what that restriction is so. I don't want to speculate as to would what size you can bring with you now but Idea that same that same sort of thing which would be good because most of the hand sanitizer coming a little pump bottles not the tiny ones. It's harder sometimes to find the tiny tiny ones but Yeah either way. Bring your hand. Sanitizers the. Cdc website also gives you things to remember in state at least six feet away from other people. If you're going to be a travelling by air you know. Bring some wipes to wipe down the area. The armrest the tray table the whole deal in which you know if you're like if you're like me when you fly down that's what i do right. Yeah so it's it's important to remember those things when you're when you're traveling all right i. I went to the website. They're allowing one liquid hand sanitizer container up to twelve ounces per passenger and carry-ons until further notice. There you go thank you. i appreciate you. Let let so now. You can tell other people too so there you go. Thanks tanya appreciate the update anytime tanya j powers with fox news. I was just looking at the calendar here because all right thanksgiving is thursday. That's the twenty. Sixth two weeks later is december tenth. Probably about when we're going to see another surge another surge just about the time. The first vaccine will may be available as that saturday. That's right they're talking about the twelfth as the first Of the public will the opportunity to get the pfizer vaccine. But i still haven't heard how long it takes for it to be effective. I haven't heard that anywhere. Well how how do you. I mean i mean in terms of like when you get the flu shot. They say okay. Take two weeks before. It's it's going to protect the haven't heard anything about that either. So how long. I mean is it. Instantaneous doubtful seems doubtful. I don't know it's a. It's a great question. We forgot to ask our doctor. Yeah yeah yeah. Yeah dr West was actor jason williamson west. He's going to be joining us at eight forty this morning. Senior doctrine is being held on suspicion of killing two corona virus patients them the patients men aged forty seven fifty had severe cases and police say the forty four year. Old doctor admitted giving one of them an injection saying he didn't want the man in his family to suffer anymore but isn't it up to the man and his family to decide what they wanna do not up to the doctor. You want the family to suffer so you killed him to me. They would suffer more. You think i mean no one wants to to suffer. But it's it's your own choice or your family's choice to make that decision. Here's the weird wrinkle in the story that that might be a warning of a slippery slope for this country arrested a germany patients. Germany allows patients to ask for help if they want to end their lives now. That assistance physician is right so it was so. They're still trying to figure out whether that was the case here if someone was deathly ill on a ventilator. I'm sure they'll be knocked out because usually when you put on a ventilator you're put into a medically induced coma. I don't know how you would be able to tell the doctor that you wanted to end things exactly.

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5:01:00 hr | 10 months ago

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"Means both pfizer. And madonna say. They're vaccines are ninety. Five percents effective. An fda review of pfizer's emergency use authorization request is set for december tenth. Tanya j powers fox news people familiar with the matter. Say the airlines started operating charter flights on friday to position doses of pfizer's vaccine for quick distribution and the s&p hundred and nasdaq closed at record highs. America's listening to fox news retail experts. Believe americans will spend more this holiday season mostly because they have more savings after sitting out much of the year during the pandemic much of that shopping will happen on line. Two hundred eighteen billion dollars expected to be spent online this year. That's up about thirty percent compared to last year. You might wanna wait though if you're looking for certain products things like sporting goods certain electronic products and even after christmas. If you're looking buy something like a power tool or home improvement products. Fox's greedy trimble. The national retail federation predicts holiday sales could rise as much as five percent compared with a four percent increase in twenty nineteen. It's lights out again. In parts of california over worries about sparking wildfires elevated risk of wildfires in southern california right now because of hurricane force winds in some areas and low humidity utility company southern california edison shutoff electrity to about eighty six hundred customers to avoid power lines sparking wildfires and about one hundred thousand customers have been put on notice that they could lose. Power to strike. Team is here. You have a lot of firefighters that are going to be meeting in this area to discuss how they could better position themselves throughout the day so that they could put out any potential fires that sporkin these very windy conditions. Fox's christina coleman in santa clarita and group of dogs rescued from the canine meat trade in china landed at jfk. Airport in new york. Friday an air china flight brought in thirty four dogs. Who will soon be headed to forever homes one woman who got one of the pops carly weinstein told the new york post. The miniature poodle is an amazing christmas gift. I'm carmen roberts and this is fox news. Today's news got your head spinning. Try head space head. Space offers a daily dose of mindfulness with guided meditations in an easy to use app. Go ahead space dot com slash fox for a free one-month trial. This is the best deal offered right. Now that's head space dot com slash fox everyday from birth until he abandoned his family and the same homeless man is always begging for change on the same united flight. stalled contract. Negotiations have prevented me from reviewing anymore news until i receive a co producer credit but for more visit the onion dot com slash newsbeat. Jack daniels announced. Today it's planned to start marketing. Directly to children adding quote why not executives for the whisky company told reporters that they've already slated dozens of television spots showing ten-year-old drinking tumblers jack and coke and playgrounds and that the company was planning unquote just seeing how it all played out every year. Jack daniels salesman millions of dollars. Great american whiskey. Many women the world so for our next ad campaign we basically just thought. Hey why not. Just start marketing stuff. Strata roles i mean you'd think catches catches but let's see how far it goes and hopefully we can sell some alcohol long way julep. Some parents groups could get upset especially if we go with our idea of mom serving their kids. Cranberry jacket snack but in other news doomed rabbit will teach an eight year old. A lesson about responsibility and a torrent of soap issues from a wildly unexpected part of the dispenser. Well that was it. It's all downhill from here. But for more visit the onion dot com the onion news network in his free. Talk live third hour here. Invite you to join us if you want. You can take control of the airwaves numbers. Eight fifty five four fifty free like freedom coming up. We can talk about black friday how to go this year. Obviously things were a little different than previous years. What would the whole co vid- fearmongering insanity going on. Also we'll get back into the piracy story that we started up about. Ip television will explain. What's going on with that and with you in the studio tonight. You've got me in nobody and chris. We're going to your phone. Calls and thoughts start things out here though and our number three to steve in connecticut steve watching us on our d. live video feed over a d. Live dot donna. Fm you're on free. Talk live go ahead. Yes low follows. This is steve the political refugee from connecticut. Hey steve i heard you talking about being across the street from the attorney general. Yeah i mean we were right there. I mean it's a very small street. So yeah i guess you can go on the street as long as you're not causing any type of traffic problems right. Yeah i mean we were right on the side of the streets mean. He was way out to sticks. Udhampur your own track to cause a traffic practice. Not here's here's the other problem. Like new hampshire doesn't actually ban you from crossing the street outside of certain circumstances so like unless there were. We were like between adjacent traffic lights or crossing. Diagonally anywhere. It probably wasn't really a whole lot. They could successfully try on and they didn't. They didn't try. I s behavior. Yeah yeah i didn't get. You didn't get assesments for jaywalking. No right which is what. I would think that they would probably try and go after you. It's something of that nature could. There's no no traffic anyway. i mean they will. They'll they'll do it if you're if you're gonna say legal that's true too but you got hit with essentially a j. y and then dropped it at. Yeah so manchester city right. Yeah so there was no traffic even. I don't think anywhere in deering new hampshire. I doubt there was a traffic light on the entire road. And that's the thing it's like. I know you. You were talking about current. Use the the property across the street. If it's if it's in current use in an owned by whoever the person across seat thirteen attorney general. Yeah you put right. You could be You could get a fine for trespassing unless they take the additional pack. Not transfer cannot trespass on when the sun in current use your current hammer swings open to the public if it has the additional recreational easement and additional tax breaks that current us. I believe it's residential use current and current use with the additional eastman for recreational. use of. Okay yeah see a whole lot about the people that we were there with to know thing or two about current use and so yeah. We're somewhat speculating here. Just to be sure returns. Use property right my understanding of current us at least in new hampshire because mark edge. Who's one of our kuando people with her. Use property edge. My tucker news. It is in new hampshire My my property is in current. Use right now. But i do not. I didn't take additional recreational public. Easement interesting there might have been something more. That may or may not so. Here's the thing. What was speculating. Okay again this is. This is all speculative but we think that they did not have trespass signs which may and one of the things that would if it's encouraging right and we're doing that but if it is in current news and you do not have the no trespassing signs it may be because That's not allowed if it's if there's the recreational thing also so hold on steve. Are you saying that if a property is in current use without the recreational aspect that therefore it is illegal to go on that property. It's private property unless you have the d. public use with the recreational public easement but doesn't have to be hosted. Doesn't have no trespassing. Like i like you were saying that if if it doesn't have a no trespassing you would Be under the auspices that i go here. But i don't see a sign buddy if there is a snowmobile trail on their hiking trails that connect to other property. Then you get the additional tax break but then the public can legally walk all over your europe. Okay interesting because i'd always just heard it just current us. People can go on there unless signs posted that. Say that you can't saw in. That may be different pound of town. There be different. Yeah i actually went. I pulled up the property because all we were doing was speculating. At the time. I actually went up and pulled up. The property listing for deering. And i pulled up. It actually had it listed as like a hardwood something or other. Didn't have any sort of current use terminology. Nick forest forest use. Yeah yeah something like that. What does that do. You know anything about that That's i guess strickly. If it's landlocked forest land you'd have to have You'll get permit if you have landlocked without any address or any street way to get in on the street you'd have to have clearance by the person who owns the property on the street. Get through their property. Landlocked is right on a road. Yeah clarence clarence. I dunno. ultimately it doesn't even matter because it's a it's a hill and so like you wouldn't die on it. You wouldn't be able to do anything with it anyway. The only hope the humorous part of is if it wasn't current use with extra provisions had been technically assuming that technically mean that you could camp on it would have been funny. Had camping a champion festival right next to the house but hey trouble. Good day off tomorrow day off for for us. We're always doing something here. No there's actually going to be a trump I don't know if it's t. I guess you could technically call it. A trump event trump's not going to be there. But there's there's been this so-called stop the steel rally That has been going on here in new hampshire for the last several weeks. This i will be week number four. They're doing that in concord tomorrow and i went there last week and handed out some secession flyers and so i spoke to the crowd so this this week. Coming to speak on secession again. That's my attention Tomorrow so we'll have the liberty rally going on at the hartford at the catholic connecticut. Hartford tomorrow for two hours new to peachy liberty rally Lot libertarian small businesses. Small business saturday. Lots of mall business getting shut down so our all right steve. Thanks for the call. Catholic sunday sounds good. Yeah he's referring to the lord's sununu the his excellency chris. Sununu the governor here in new hampshire protests began at his house on sunday this past sunday and they will continue this coming sunday. And i believe nobody. Are you planning on going again. Yeah nobody's gonna show up all right. So yeah we're not there. Chris you've been thinking about it and you may be too busy. I really don't have the time. So i probably time thing. Go drive for an hour and a half just to or our forty minutes just to get their. Ira doing way. We too much in terms of activism and stop so well. The good news is there. Were one hundred people there last time. So if we can keep those same numbers or guam. You won't be missed. i. I suspect it won't be. It won't be a big deal if i'm not there yet. People were talking about bringing more people the next time right because you know when you go to a place for the first time you don't know the lay of the land not familiar with it and it turns out that News houses actually really well set up for a protest. It's scott closed lower air. There's a lot of land area that doesn't have houses on it. He's only got two immediate neighbours. You're not bugging a whole neighborhood or anything. Like that per se. This domino's is very print friendly yet. There's plenty of places to park. And there's actually a little circular like he's on a cul de sac so on the inside of the cul de sac. The inside of the circle. There's a little park. It was just a perfect little nuts right across from his house. And there's literally a park in which you there's benches and you can just kinda hang out there in the park and protest. You don't bringing camp chairs it's kind of. It's kind of humorous. There was somebody said exactly but it was something like you know. He's working from home so it is the most appropriate police to protests because it's now effectively the state house or this the office. The governor's office. I guess yeah. Eight fifty five four fifty free. That's the toll free number. 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Just like having traditionally threat traditional television service other than cable television service other than it's being streamed internet and usually from a not a source that's not authorized by the copyright cartels and arguably. Yeah so that's what. The articles about is those that aren't authorized and cracking down on those but arguably lead all digital. Television is probably now. Tv right because oh yeah. There was that big switchover pretty last two decades. I mean not technically is still over broadcast television which is digital. And that's not iptv's talking about rod cast. I know what you mean. yeah. I'm talking about cable system. So i i you know i don't years ago. Switched over switch from analogue digital and so those boxes are just. Tv boxes that are interfacing is digital. You probably is. Yeah he probably would be sort of ip tv. It's usually probably. I would imagine it's not going through the internet. It's local network. A locally streamed sort of only within land. Yeah yeah yeah but It's it's but yeah. I mean basically but i think a better example of iptv's probably gonna be probably something more like net flicks probably or something like that but You know because there's at least there's boxes for net flicks and so if you have a box that supports now flex then you can string to the box just like you would. Is it technically. Ip tv if you're not using tcp ip using other internet pro bowl. i mean this. I mean usually there's an ip address behind usually there's an ip address behind it that streaming otherwise. It probably isn't i p. tv but plus netflix's on demand. It's not a stream that's going to so we're talking about there. There is like the disney service. And i think there are traditional television. So youtube youtube something similar to they. Do they have a live option for those people like you said nobody. That don't want to pick what they're they're going to while. This is a dying technology. we actually were we. We found out that net flicks. Its own channel. Recently that now in france there's a net flicks where they call think with netflix direct where they just highlight some of their. They play their own shows. Basically they play. The net flicks owned tv and movie Series that they kind of have to wonder. Why wouldn't you well. I mean it seems like going backwards. But that's what they're doing. Well okay right as opposed to picking it yourself. I guess yeah okay yeah. Yeah yeah. I'm thinking of inflicts made their bones on letting people choose cable channel right right right but i was thinking in terms of competing with you know other companies like maybe abc or nbc or whatever those channels are right if you're trying to compete with them why why why why licenses channels when you can just create your own show that have got. The contents similar types contrary. So what's going on. They want more tools you were saying. They want to be able to crack down on streams as they happen. Meaning there's a football game happening. Somebody's re streaming that on the internet illegally. They wanna find out that it exists and they wanna take it down and they wanna do it effectively at expensive content little content creators or not even little content creators basically anybody anybody who is not them effectively. So basically we're talking about big enough to be in jazz club. There's seven studios that own like ninety five percent of the you know you know movie movie produced interesting. How every industry. That's heavily government influenced ends up so that it is it is so anyway. Yeah let's let's get into the store a little bit so the rapid growth in streaming piracy demands a strong response according to a pa. Its members are concerned by the rapid growth and availability of unlicensed contents. Online nasa results are seeking assistance from the european union. One of the group's first targets is europe's plateau. Would i always wonder is when people get sympathetic for these. Do they really think that that. These bums that the weinstein's of the world aren't making enough money. People people think that copier it helps the little. The little is the creators from that. It's the exact opposite actually. Hurts the little creators and things. True with patents. Yeah it really does. And it's you know these. These tools are basically going to be used to undermine competition they're going to be utilized to ensure that content that is is completely independent of them also negatively gets removed They will and or if it doesn't get removed that they get the effectively like royalties for basically somebody else's content. Great ted talk called. I've copyright is brain damage that i highly recommend people who are on the fence on this issue. Yeah one of the group's first targets is europe's planned digital services act so there's not one thing they're going to do they're going to try and do a bunch of different things which rights rights holders hope will include a strict know. Your customer rules compelling. There's no this isn't a tv show. You got to know your customer. Well maybe you'll have. Maybe you know your customer pretty soon let me let me let me tell you what now your customers basically. What they're saying is whenever you sign up for some sort of internet service right. You will have to provide your name to id's social security number or something of that nature winning your bank account. Not they already ask you for. So i've never presented id to. I've never i've never. I've never prevent. no no they. Don't i mean well. okay. I'll tell you this i think you can. I think you can tell them. No but i know for a fact of bank account no talking about cable. I been told by people who've opened up cable accounts that they've been asked for number and it's to run a credit check and deposit. I've definitely been asked for asked for my credit social security number. I've never been asked for. I d okay. It's more of a credit thing but Yeah no this is this is you can refuse it. You just have to be able to pay up around in this case you wouldn't be able to refuse it right. Yeah so if you go to sign up. Maybe possibly for an email account you'd have to provide some sort of id and social security number in two forms of id or whatever it's basically like just this drawn out process that would make it as difficult to sign up for on line services as it is to sign up for a bank account. God can you imagine. It's absolutely insane but this is being thrown off and all the time all all to all to hinder piracy. Yeah that sounds like this is going to be a real kick in the teeth to big data. And i'm always for that. I'm not sure how it would help. 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This is the most recent episode of free talk live presented by seiko cer i get interactive at freetalklive dot com. It is free talk live. You bring out what you want here. The toll free numbers fifty five four fifty free like freedom. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. Also you can join our matrix chat server over at chat dot l. r. n. dot fm. That's bringing the instructions step by step on how to join the matrix server and interact with other free talk live listeners Within the studio. You've got in nobody and chris we've been talking about piracy specifically ip tv. That is to say things like taking a live football game and re streaming that on the internet for people who don't subscribe to whatever direct. Tv football pass thing that you might have so they can watch the game as well. That's not legal. And they are trying to crack down and they say they want new tools. Chris you were just telling us about one of them is going to be some sort of a know your customer requirement. I misunderstood you. I thought you were saying it was know your customer. Just open the cable channel or cable account with the cable provider. You're saying that much more. Why would be applicable to any kind of internet service provider. Not the isp but the like youtube. You'd have to maybe website right anywhere. You can post like video or content or torrent. Maybe yeah that's basically the idea it's awful. It makes the company that who service you're using liable for effectively. You know what is being posted and then they also have to. Have you know some sort of means of identifying. Wow okay what else do we need to know. So you need to know how to start an address. Isp that gets around that. I've got some ideas on how to do it. No additional liability exceptions. They're calling this the duty of care like somehow it's supposed to like be for your good. I guess i don't care. Given the nature of its members the apa majors on the need to introduce measures to mitigate the growth appeared ipt operations. They need to cape raping you just as hard as they can. According to the group represent a low risk high return business mile that is being exploited during the coronavirus pandemic as people tend to stay at home as the availability talking about re streaming when they're talking about the business model. Well they're talking about the companies that provide that illegal. Iptv service there's companies that do that. Oh yeah yeah. There's hundreds of them out there. Oh i didn't realize that. I thought we were just talking about like our fan of the football game that just re streams it over the internet. You're saying there's actually corporations provide hundreds of channels if not thousands of channels and. There's a lot of them. So i get one of these boxes. It's just like signing up for your cable television service and even better because they provide the journals name-brand channels like anything later. Galactic intergalactic can watch us comcast all the channels. I are comcast as well as where are they. Based on channels and are they based in not one company. It's there's there's hundreds of these companies. I wonder where they're coming from Their operations all over europe and the united states and the world. They're operating everywhere. Wow okay i wonder if we can make some money. It's substantial you were. I wouldn't be talking about it on a live radio right now if i wanted to do something but yeah i mean. I'm retired drug dealer. I have a heavy appetite. But if you wanna make money this is definitely one way to make money. It's also one way to get attention drawn but if you you're doing so do they charge a month. I'm gone. I'm terrified of attention. I just in that. You actually buy these services so you may not know. Are they monthly fees or do you just pay for the box welts so often encourage you to sign up for like a year service or more because then they give you a discount but sort of ups service So you can subscribe monthly but then you pay a premium and if you buy six months. It's even less than if you buy a year. It's even less and if you buy two years. Well chances are the service won't be around two years from now but right jerk web market gonna be around for a while and you sign up. I mean you should know this when you sign up because it's pretty obvious that this fly by night. Yeah fly by night operations that are looking to make money but they do provide a service for up your time and usually it's good quality and it's better than even frequently the source like source material might otherwise be In some instances legal for the The end user to actually subscribe to these questions. It wasn't in europe for a long time But they were. There has been court rulings. Since that period couple years ago there have been court rulings at the very highest level. Saying yes it is legal to stream content. It's obviously illegal to distribute that content but with the user knowledgeably even necessarily know they wouldn. And that's the other thing. How do you know whether or not a company is legally providing new services or not right and this is something i. It's always problem by not caring very much. It's always been a big question of like. How can you hold somebody liable for something. When to now when it was they accepted credit cards. You know there's all these things. That are box. I plugged the buck house. Looks legit and know that this is illegal and there's not really any way to know for a number of reasons. One is because there's not a list of copyrights anywhere you can register a copy something like cop copyright for something but it's not it's not necessarily the case that you have to. It's the difference between whether or not the company who owns the copyright when they go after you. Whether or not they're gonna get three. I think it's like three times a damages. Or if they're just going to be able to recoup their You know the cost of that video that you pirate right if it's registered than they can get the cost of that. Dvd that that you streamed or downloaded or whatever plus you know. Multiply that by three south as availability of illicit content available. Be ava says there has been a lack of quality and response rate from online intermediate to take down notices. basically they're saying companies aren't doing too slow as a result. The european commission's intention to lay down more stringent rules is encouraging but in no event should that lead to new or broader liability privileges. Exemptions were protection regimes already provide for existing law so basically what they're saying is so. I think this is an i get the impression that this is effectively torn for saying that. So basically i think torn focus trying to say is that they. It shouldn't come at the cost of companies becoming liable. But that's what they that's what the entertainment cartels want they want as companies companies that are streaming companies that are doing providing hosting services domain registrations services things of that. Oh so whoever is. A big data wants the internet as locked down as the airwaves. Arsenault money without spot on accurate as to what they're ultimately what the entertainment industry wants or the cartels so. Let me see if i following you here. So you're saying if if not that. I'm doing this but if i were to launch he's ip tv services you know. Low price tv dot com. Or whatever right. And i registered that with some domain name registrar. They're saying they would be able to target the domain name registrar as liable for racing. That that's what they would like but one of the things that they want to do is force the domain registered to get an from you and like a social security number so that when these right now if you sign up for a domain name you can put in fake input vacant for exactly so. This'll make you pay with bitcoin. On some sites through office they frequently will get information. They'll subpoenaed information from the domain register. Domain disturbingly respond. They will get a fake information and they can't do anything with it so what they wanna do is they wanna forced these companies to you. Know i d you. Effectively is bad news. Yeah and this is bad for speak freely. Exactly they want to take away your free speech rights or well whether they care or not. It doesn't matter to them. What they care about is making money as a side effect of that is your speech. Free speech rights get curtailed part of what they what they care about. All the people running those entertainment companies are in church. Carlin's little club. You now i mean yeah i mean they. I'm sure they do want to have control everybody's interests well percent. It actually gets broadcast license over the six companies that actually get broadcast. This is just a proposal. They haven't actually passed this yet. Right haven't passed. This is what they want if they do pass it. You know what's going to happen. Is these companies that are under the jurisdiction apply to the whole globe. They're going to say. Oh you gotta show. Id if you're in the eu and everywhere else. I don't think this is going to work. Effectively what they want. Because why would you sign up for a domain register. That's in europe at that point. I mean if you didn't know any registry of domain someplace else right but it's still an attack on people's freedom of speech and louis. Oh on actually. I would say go with name. Coin go with why even buy something from the official internet government registrar. No one can browse name. Why would agree optimally. That's where we need to head but you need to get people on those services and you get domain set up with you know browsers rows right exactly exactly. We don't really have kind of. It would be very easy though because he would just have to gateway into your own esser. Eight fifty four fifty free like freedom. You can join us here. That sounds really easy. Trading involves financial risk is not suitable for all investors past results do not guarantee future performance stock market have you nervous with all the massive fluctuations with the hope for a code vaccine on the rise shifting political landscape and the election at an end. It's virtually impossible to guess what will happen next with vantage point. 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I find it to be pretty interesting and sort of like a train wreck kind of way like you can't pull away and you know and look away from it. I can do that. it's good there's something that's particularly I would say entertaining of like pro wrestling watching. You know watching people fight over products in store. Aisles is interesting to see what you what you find entertaining and in this case. There isn't a whole lot of fight stories in the news today. Although i did find one of them is gone out of one person well. Supposedly there weren't as many people there. One person was injured during an altercation. In island's roosevelt field mall officials say the fight broke out of the mall's food court during a packed day of black friday shopping so far describing things as busy but others not so much shopper. Robert reid said a law. Lot of long lines wrapping around stores and a lot of people in groups of just standing in the middle. He said at least a dozen police officers secured the scene inside the mall while police swarmed the mall from outside they say. The victim was a juvenile who suffered nonlife threatening injuries which may have included a stabbing. Apparently according to this it may have. They're not sure. Usually they can identify those pretty. They might be testing to see if its covid so in other news they are saying here that the the the pandemic kept crowds thin according to the ap government kept the crowds thin. Well maybe that's true but people are afraid nobody. Yeah don't see the fear like the first couple of weeks. I did see fear when i was when i was walking around. People would like shy away. I still do. Nobody shies away from is. I'm gonna. I'm gonna say that. I thinking king it was more. It was certainly not as crowded on the streets and such early in the within the first couple of months i think of things happening and then it kinda got a way busier now. It's almost back. I wanna say it's back to normal but like it ain't it you know it's it's pretty it's pretty. The roads are pretty busy. These days i've had people walk us aside from me like walk as far away across you know whatever path or wherever trying to push a push themselves on the other side of the thing on multiple occasions over just the last couple months. Yeah i i've seen i. I think i may have gotten one luck. When you know wasn't a grocery store or something at some point and it was. It wasn't like somebody turned around looked at me. It was just like a glance right. But i don't know i. It doesn't seem it doesn't seem that bad here relative to what i've heard from either areas right when i when a crackdown initially happened. Remember back in march we actually had a lady come up to our crypto meet up from massachusetts and she told us that member massachusetts has more people than new hampshire. He said that the traffic was three times in new hampshire than it was in massachusetts. And it's kinda. It's kinda. What i'm saying and i'm not i don't want to give the people impression open yardley. Nobody's wearing a mask. There's lots of people wearing masks but it's still like there are people who are not wearing masks and that's huge compared to other areas where there's not a single person on the street especially in the more rural areas key and is pretty maske but outside of keane. It's not as bad in fact we just had a guy visiting heen. There's people walking around without masks outside outside but when you get into the stores not so much right and it's it's usually because there signs on the doors that say you have to wear them and most people just comply they do. And that's the sad part so but anyway the guy that was visiting from massachusetts tonight he is so depressed down there because he has absolutely nobody can talk to. He has no one. Who can he can you know relate with. Everybody is wearing the heat. he even called it massachusetts. That was his words and he's not the only one i've heard this repeatedly from dozens of people who've come from other states so according to star tribune so the ap their story is describing crowds as quote thin however rachelle kelly. Who was the lady that was arrested for bringing her kid to the park in concord earlier this year she went to that kiss. It's going to court okay. So it hasn't had a meaningful hearing yet it's still coming. She's got an attorney Free stater attorney dan gyns. He's taken the case in open reopen new hampshire or not reopened after The liberty project is is helping pay for her case. She's still got a lot of expenses though. And i know there's a A go fund me up. So i hope some people tassir check. She went to the mall today and she described it as busy in fact. I said we'll take some pictures. And yeah it the busiest i've seen a mall in a malls aren't very busy anymore these days. But it's the busiest. I've seen them all in. I don't know more than a decade so the now that was the manchester mall again. It's probably different in other cities aber but a lot of people were wearing masks. I would expect it to be more busy though outside of like manchester. The big the big city in new hampshire so one hundred thousand eight hundred twenty. I'm putting digging quilts threat. The point that i'm making is. It tends to be the more rural. The fewer people wearing masks. So i think they would get and more people going out and doing stuff so they were wearing masks but it was busy. Okay fair enough. So people According to the ap they're saying crowds were thin. However if you look at the star tribune out of minneapolis. They say shoppers. Who felt brave enough to stare down. Pandemic in search of deals hit the stores friday for traditional day after thanksgiving promotions but crowds were sparse as retailers put in a myriad of restrictions to encourage mask wearing and social distancing the walmart on west street in saint. Paul was staffed up for a morning surge but more than an hour after opening the doors at night at five. Am only a trickle of shoppers. Had come in to do their things. They did actually have sales on on black friday. Yes yeah but what the all during covert. I thought they were would. They wouldn't have such sales we see. You wouldn't want large numbers of people coming into the stores now. It's okay if you're making money off it or if it or if it produces the political narrative. I guess this new hampshire to was. Is this to hampshire or is this no. This wasn't star tribune. The minneapolis minneapolis. Okay so actually. As i was reading this story the page just refreshed and an updated version. The story is tennis completely different. Oh so yes. And other looking at Different malls interviewing people here. One lady says we're just here for tradition. I've already done a lot of shopping online. So it'd be interesting after the weekend is when usually get the numbers right so you find out how much americans spent according to the national retail federation in the stores and then find out how much they spent online. And you see that over the years. Of course the number of online the amount of online spending has been going up. Oh yeah and the physical. You know big box stores have been having a more difficult time attracting people and this is. This is their money maker. So if you don't do well if you're a brick and mortar retailer now you're you're basically you've over here it's over for because that's the name black. Friday came about because it's the day supposedly when the retailers finally in the black after an entire year a doing business now they're quote in the black only the amazons and walmart's they're making it into the black this year. I think so you others. So let's see here. They they talk about different experiences mall of america. Traffic was down sixty to sixty five percent. From last year's black friday but the bloomington mall felt livelier than it had since it reopened after the state mandated shutdown in the spring. So more people were there compared to earlier this year but compared to last year it was down sixty percent. According to this as the other thing is there are places where people are more gullible than others and so they're going to be places where You know people just by lock stock and barrel in oregon right places where people don't it's going to be very localized for sure. 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And i love you to diane who has always been a very carrying individual and has been our leader both in the radio network cartoon network and also bobby like it's carbonate automotive service shop forty eight years in business forty eight years seven months. That is an automotive service. Twenty eight years are and counting on the network side and For the last twenty five. She's been a a certainly a leader and someone that's helped everyone in every facet of the organization. So i'm going to dedicate this program today To her okay. Let's go back to the opening By the way folks Feel free to call in kellyn earlier so that we can have time to talk about cars at triple eight. Two two seven twenty five forty-six show as as well. I mentioned that the open a gentleman called in a mike. Several shows ago And what's concerned that the agm batteries There were issues would legislation with regard to new york and and installing the agm battery which is absorbent met and the only difference between They're all twelve volt battery so we're talking about on program but a typical flooded battery of course has the acid. That's liquid and in plates and and electrolyte what what is called and of course. That's the number one recycled product In the world are matters. I don't know if you knew that or not And also wh one of our partner sponsors that that produces and one in every three batteries in the world folks. Yeah it's it's a it's a big deal. They recycle eight thousand batteries. An hour every hour three hundred sixty five days a year now. That's a lot of recycle batteries. But getting back to gm this past week we reached out to michael borgeson. Who is the membership and operations coordinator at the battery council. International who in turn reached out to the firm's legal counsel to confirm whether there's indeed legislation that affects the sale and usage of agm type batteries. Several days later the legal counsel for the battery council international determined. There is no such legislation in any state that prohibits the sale usage additional of agm batteries in addition our associate jonathan sloane result to kevin frazier the public information officer new york state department of environmental conservation. That's dec department of environmental conservation and kevin stated quote. The dec is unaware of any laws or regulations prohibiting. The use of agm batteries. In quote. so there you have it folks No need to be concerned And the lesson here. Learn our thank mike for reaching out and trying to protect us But the lesson learned here is anytime someone makes a statement that sounds either too good to be true or Way off the mark I have A always policy. And i ask. Where did you get your information and a lot of folks will call me from time to time and ask me where you got your information and And i keep Oh a knee. Deep in river wide records of Not only white papers i. I'm a big white paper a person That and that doesn't mean just because someone right white paper that it's a total fact but at least a peer reviewed white paper Can assure you and and Get as close to the actual facts as possible so anyway having said that New endorse. And i knew us in my car and new offer for sale to my car clinic service your customers. Agm batteries okay. We'll take a call from kristen folks. Now's a good time to get in. Triple eight two two seven twenty five. Forty six from nebraska. Chris you're i end so your first out. Welcome to bobby kennedy. Hey there hey sir. What can i do for you. I've got a question on some break on a pickup I had Oh it's a two thousand chevy and the brakes on it where Kind of dragging a little bit and all the brakes on the roads. We're getting really hot And then one of them started to drag quite a bit and i ended up Replacing a calendar and a rotor and brake pads on the left rear tire It's i thought that probably get the problem solved but it did not so. We're kinda backed The rotor getting hot again What would guy go about to do that for well. Problem anytime chris. You replace a caliber. You should replace the brake hose that feeds that caliber okay And and here's a way that you can test it and also you said you put a pat on the left rear came by just one pay a. Did you replace the paid for the right rear at the same time as well or do you just have it knocks steel in the box. That one was replaced so not too long ago okay. I'm just kind of we had replaced while ago. But i'm kind of tinkering with stuff and trying to okay okay. well There the more than likely the brake hose. has deterioration on the inside. And what happens is the pressure will force toy courtroom. You step on the brake pedal. You put a lot of pressure. to the caliber. Show the pressure will force. Its way into the caliber. And through any like an aneurysm. Or you know through ity. Any closed up a portion of the hose. And the problem there. Is we let off the brake pressure to escape back into the master cylinder. And there's nothing to block it when you let off the break Except if that hose is restricted and then while you can force pressure true you can't Allow it to leak back into the master cylinder show always and that's what. That's the first thing that i would do. Because short of having you know i was thinking of. Abs system but abs systems. Who won't cause that issue. At least i've not had any in in my experience because that issue and besides a navy s issue while it does connect to each individual wheel for the most part The the the rear hoses are. Well let's see if they connected to each wheel they'd have to go from the the the it's possible just possible but doubtful that you have an ab s unit. That is holding pressure on the left rear wheel. But i doubt it. So go ahead and replace that That hose that feeds that and bleed to system thoroughly and then give me a shout back in a week or so or when you get the other side of this problem and let me know if it worked. Okay now you have time. Just one quick question. Sure i'm saying if you if you lift up on the brake pedal While you're driving around and you know make sure that there's no pressure at all and the brake pedal it does seem to help in the You know all those wheels. Don't get and that. It's mainly i replaced the left rear but all the wheels are getting hot when it when it does get hot. And i didn't catch that. Yeah i didn't so if the only thing common to all wheels is the master cylinder. So here's the now okay. So here's your next to do you. You don't have have the engine running for this. So open the hood. Remove the cap from the master cylinder. Have someone step on the brake pedal. And every time that person steps on a brake pedal you see a little ripple in the fluid because the port that feeds the piston that puts pressure on the brake system is open to the master cylinder reservoir when the brake pedal is at rest. And that means that you you never have to lift up on brake pedal so that's a no no Now you know if you do not okay so so. Let me go where i'm thinking here. So i if you if somebody steps on the break then the piston and the seal goes just past the port. That is open. Just imagine a rifle barrel and you got plunger that's going down the rifle barrel and then right before you push the plunger a little hole in the roof of the rifle barrel that lets fluid go into the front of the of the of the barrel when you push the port and you push the brake pedal you pushed up pissed even beyond the whole so now. Anything that is in the barrel gets pushed toward an end to the brake system. You got you understand what. I'm what i'm saying there. Okay so when you let off what happens. Is that pressure that you've pushed into that barrel or into all the barrels all breaks steel hoses and calipers. When you let off of the brake pedal that piston comes back and exposes the whole and all that pressure goes and gets back up into the into the cylinder and so actually you can watch the brake fluid level reduce when you push on the brake pedal they ever so slightly and you. When you let off the brake pedal you can watch the fluid come back up because whatever fluid new pressed and pushed into the brake system has to come back to the master sooner if it does not then the system. The the the issue that you are describing will happen. If that's the case of quarterback quick quick question you. have you ever replace the mass or the booster. I don't think oh okay so it's not. It's doubtful that you can have that problem. But at least you can see and if you take a flashlight with some depends on the master cylinder reservoir and how it's configured you can actually see the whole and you can actually look through with allied. You've got good clean clear fluid and you can see the little piston going beyond the whole but you'd have to look real carefully because you know it's a i don't know sixty thousand and eighty thousand nine thousands whole so that's in the bottom of the reservoir that allows the fluid to go into the piston that you push to apply the brakes I if that's okay. It's possible that you have a master cylinder issue. Hey thanks for your call. Got a short break coming up. I'll be back coach entertainment. Gps systems heated seats. Backup cameras and start. Stop technology just a few of the electrical demands. We put on today's vehicles. Agm or absorbent last. Matt batteries are up to the challenge there. 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The prices are lower than they were last year this time last year. So that means that in five of the market. The price is higher this time last year but in a column directly adjacent to buy last year price is the last week price and those same components are flip flopped so in last week the price of the gas was higher than it is this week in the in the four markets that it's higher than it was this lower than it. Was this time last year making sense anyway to too much bottom line to fifty nine california Three fifty four in a west coast. California three dollars and seventeen cents. So here's an interesting bit of information. The best classic cars and most famous cars are revealed. And this is information that i thought that you would really enjoy This is a a car type. And i'm going to name a car type then. I'm gonna name a movie. Which i think is really cool. So of all of the cars that were identified eighty seven percent. The number one identifiable vehicle back to the future was the dmc delorean and that was of the cars that Where eighty seven percent back to the future of the next batmobile with eighty five percent the batman series and then the grease lightning in greece eighty four percent and then he cto dash one. That was in ghostbusters. If you remember that echo one vehicle eighty-three percent and then the wet. Nellie then chitty chitty bang bang Of course from the movie chitty chitty bang bang seventy nine percent and so on and so forth then we got herbie and an aston martin db five. Well you know where that came from. S james bond in goldfinger seventy five percent and then the volkswagen microbus. And let's see the the ford grande torino in the big lebowski so it really interesting. The ford deuce coupe. This is cool. American graffiti and so on and so forth at the of the list with an alfa romeo sixteen hundred spider in the graduate twenty four percent. So i'll just read out some some movies because the cars are interesting too but the movies from the bottom up. Better off dead. John wick ironman. Tommy boy christine l. christina plymouth fury. I'm surprised that's at the very bottom. Thirty eight almost the very bottom and then transformers the italian job. You know what that was. That's a mini cooper and then the dukes of hazzard Vanishing point Thelma and louise mad max. Fury road giga horse. That was fifty four percent. Joe i just off. That would really kind of be interesting. Little little factoid. There that you know you really don't care about but to me it was interesting of the movies and the cars and this is all about cars. In fact bobby like his car is brought to you. In part my motor craft parts designed for specific applications to help ensure correct fit an easy installation motor craft. Right part priced right and you can learn more at motor craft dot com. That's motor craft dot com. So we're expecting the call now from from daytona actually. And i suspect we'll be getting that call Fairly quickly terry saxton Is our Gentlemen that's been with us many times. So we're gonna go to terry noun and put him on the air with me so terry glad to have you in the house. Thank you so much for calling. What's going on in daytona. this morning. I admit bitcoin international speedway and is no action on the track. Bobby it's all everywhere else. The whole place is filled with cars. Unbelievable cars it's the turkey run. It doesn't get any better than now. Yeah yeah yeah this is just. This is like dreams come true so much fun so the turkey. Ron is every year and gosh. How many years has this event. Men played forty six years. It's been a speedway. I think about twenty something now. They used to be down at air plaza down the beach and they moved it over here about twenty five years ago. It makes more sense to put it here. And what's even now they have a turkey run daytona nights across the street at one daytona. So the guys leave. Everybody leaves the track and goes across the street and hangs out over there at night instead of down over on each side. It's just a it's a dream come true and speaking of dreams. I'm standing literally inches away from a nineteen. Seventy super bird wonder what that collared sell for it at Mecum or very jackson all auction. This one is not for sale. But i did find one for sale for one hundred and fifty. Nine thousand over at Diamond diamond is detail in his here. And then they've got a hundred and fifty nine thousand dollar one. That rolled out of hank stern. So if you're looking for sue bird there you go but the one. I'm standing next to the lime green. Well i'm life that mail and a lot of them were orange info shivered was a vehicle that the manufacturers had to come up with they had to sell so many Sue bird streetcars. Had a huge wing that terry. I'm sure the wing. Slow the car down. But of course at that time that the The arrow dynamics really did not exist underneath the car that was long before realized the the effects that that the underneath of the car has and so they put big huge wings on the back of that car and then they took the headlights and added I don't know what is it like a foot and a half knows on it tapered ot least a good eighteen inches almost two feet like i say i'm standing next to this one in This was actually Registry in number super bird bill. Twelve four and five nineteen sixty nine so it was built in december of sixty nine and it is lime green and just as pretty as can be literally sit in with the wnba van. Right in the background so. Wbz's here we've been out here for the. I know of twenty years doing the turkey run. And and this is just my one of my favorite places to be out here your thanksgiving. There's no better place than thanksgiving. I had my root beer float this morning with a freshly made ice cream from the ice cream churn of wandered around for a couple of hours. Already i'll be here all day. They got the hopson hood here festival going on with one hundred and twenty different kinds of beer to sample. They've got the artist alley where you can find that christmas gift for your wife. They got the swap. Meet where if you're buying wanna buy a car you can buy a piece by piece out there at the swap meet now now. I have been to couple of those swap meets and folks. You've never seen anything like it in your life if you had say one thousand nine hundred sixty three or nineteen eighty-three Or streetcar regular streetcar. In fact i had the first high performance to eighty nine two hundred seventy horsepower engine in a fairlane in sixty three Delivered in a state of florida. And if if i could find that car teary. I think i would buy that car today. Which rangoon redwood red interior. Nobody seats. I didn't want bucket seats and it was a four speed and i ordered that car with four eleven gear. But they didn't make four eleven gear. Here's the funny thing about the. They made a three eighty because it had eight inch ring gear and they only four eleven gear was in the non entering year so when they were making the car. This isn't sixty three. They actually call the dealership that we're at older car and it said we can't make cars. It doesn't come with a four eleven year. Only three eighty. Well i insisted. Because i knew ahead of short stroke to eighty nine and sure enough. What ford motor company did. I'm sure i wasn't the only one. Because i couldn't have made that happen. But ford did and sixty three was took the galaxy nine inch differential and chop the housing and put the galaxy big car differential under the sixty three and a half fairlane which was two hundred nine high performance. I think it was called a k. Car at that time or an are one of the two. The one of the ours was four. Twenty seven or k I think the k. Was a was a sixty three fairly but i will tell you. I love that car and i have to say. I really abused that car and it took it on. I don't know how but it was great car so if you see one here i'll start. Give me a vin number or something. I'll start looking to see if i can find it. Bobby it might be. Yeah well you'll see it because on the left front fender will have hypo to eighty nine performance to eighty nine and You know it's really an car. What so of all the cars there No you haven't seen them all but other than the super bird. What else is kind of a neat. Well there there's a transition going on with the car that's happening this year and that's the corvette going to the rear engine motor and so i thought you know if the super birds dream car and it's an impossible dream car but a corvette seems pretty reasonable and found corvettes out here and that's just if there's so many of them saw fifty nine. I've seen like a sixty five stingray. Just all the models a corvette you can imagine the prices are. You can buy a car thing a car. Corral carson for sale saw seventy six for fifteen hundred fifteen thousand dollars out here in the car corral. So there's corvettes. I probably am thinking is i look around. That's probably one of the most common cars out here. There's quite a few of them. And if you're looking for a corvette this would be the place to look for it and you know it would be nice to have like a fifty nine or sixty corvette. Those aren't for sale. Not too many of them as they get into later models. You'll see a lot of corvettes here now. And i'm just i'm thinking maybe corvette with his transition. Nukes cars are going to become more collectible with front and motors No question and i will tell you this I for one really. I can't wait to see one. Dr one to mid engine a new twenty Twenty corvette has a a dual clutch transmission. And i won't go into how. It's made terry the a dual clutch transmission users to clutches in one clutch pack and and is in first gear as you accelerate and second gear is already engaged. So that all you have to go first or second is done electronically one clutch releases while the other takes over and and it shifts gears and under one tenth of a second. That's about eighty to ninety milliseconds. A blink of your eyes to is two hundred milliseconds. That's how fast vehicle can shift unbelievable cars. Hey thank you so much for calling from daytona folks. This is terry savage motor sports director for our car clinic affiliate w. in d. eleven fifty news talk. Am right there in daytona ormond beach and i gotta get down there one of these days terry. Thanks again for columnists. Thanks bobby have great day. If you can hear my voice and your tony you need to come to the turkey run. Thanks bobby thank you well there. You have it straight from the horse's mouth terry and He's really a a gentleman that you really should meet one day. If you if you're happen if you're in the neck of the woods there in daytona you go out and and look him up and and tell him i said that He was going to give you something Ugh he'll do that to really neat guy. Well we're going to open the other phone bank. We've got a lot of calls coming into triple eight two two seven twenty five forty six if you try to earlier and had a problem getting through We've got that open now for you. So triple eight two two seven twenty five. Forty six is a number for you to call and again. I think it's really interesting about the movies. And the cars and then terry collins from Daytona with with turkey run which is about older cars. And so i guess today is going to be one of those mcdowell. Gic days but i don't know we talked about the seven speed dual clutch transmission in the new corvette. 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One eight three three to find help sponsored by deepa and now back to body like his clinic and your host bobby like it and look to the segment of bobby like his cartoon show. Every saturday i enjoy the conversations between the two of us or or you know ever how many of you call in. And i share with you information that you really would be hard pressed to find elsewhere. And i say that because with forty eight years plus in the automotive service industry in my own independent service facility I've gleaned a lot of information and learned a lot from not only the courses and classes that i've attended School attended but also Every day we saw a lot of issues with cars so to that end we have in the shop right now. two thousand and i think it's ten. It is f to fifty diesel in the vehicle. Came in is really a nice one. And i say that because it's like i'm surprised because a lot of the needles that we get in here come in with Engine performance issues. What have you. This one belongs to a gentleman named ryan who has taken a really great care of it. He's owned. I think three two three four years it has one hundred thousand miles on it. Roughly maybe a tad more show. It came in with the air conditioner week which means that it worked but not really You know depending on hot weather today and and and then rotate tires and in some other Needs as well show. The main issue became The air conditioner compressor show. We reached out to Ford parts dot com we ordered a compressor for this vehicle and then we after we had properly diagnosed it and gave it to johnny. Who is our master. Asc certified technician in folks in order to gain access to the compressor. He has the front of vehicle apart. And i say the grill the radiator The fan the belts It looks it. Looks like if you could imagine somebody just run down the road and chopped the nose off it. He's got it all apart and the irony of that is We're going to replace the belts for the air conditioner. And also for the main drive accessory built or two belts on the vehicle because the labor get this now the labor to replace the belts if the car the truck came in for belts is about three and a half hours because the belts are that buried in this vehicle and you cannot get to them. So we got the belts off and both of them laying on the floor they're for the new compressor to go in so it would really be a disservice. Had we not replace those belts for our our for the owner of the vehicle so so we're replacing belts where also changing the fluid in the coolant. We're also changing the power steering fluid were changing the differential front and rear differential And we're changing the transfer case fluid and the brake fluid show changes air filters and then both fuel filters on vehicle and one fuel-filter was a common The second fuel-filter the one down under appeared to be original. Now here's a hundred thousand miles on the diesel with an original fuel-filter. I think it's ironic. So not only did. I learned that there were two filters on this particular vehicle but also learned that there aren't people that know older to vehicle to filters on that vehicle so that's interesting and i thought i would share that with you if you drive a An f to fifty Diesel then you need to r- really look into the filter situation and make sure that when you change a filter and you think you're doing everything just right And you're taking care of your vehicle there filters there and you can check your year make and model of for the application to see what's going on there so it really really interesting. I have some more interesting news from o'reilly auto parts that i thought check free check. Engine light testing That's easy should never ignore a warning light. And then this is really neat. Speaking of parts motif sparkplugs On select double platinum and iridium spark plugs or select glow plugs and That's from a rally autoparts You can earn four times. The oh rewards points the rewards points so if you need a spark plugs for your ford product motor craft. You go to o'reilly auto parts. I think it's really interesting that both ford motor company and reilly auto parts our partners of ours and of course you say well you know you can o'reilly auto parts talks a lot of parts and they do but for them to offer the ford parts. It's just a a a double double opportunity for for me to share with you so let me tell you what happened About two weeks ago. fabio i gave way the ob to diagnostics made easy books but it was two weeks ago. And so there's a gentleman in new york that we had drawn his name out of the hat and his name was frank and he gave us his phone number and took his phone number. We were never able to reach him. Show in the two weeks we've called. I don't know how many times probably twenty five times it just rain. Rain rain show I want to share this information frank. If you're listening in new york and you were part of that show a couple of weeks ago where i gave away the. Ob to diagnostics made easy book which is really a cool edition of a book. That's written by steve cook and It's all about oh things that we talk about on air some of it's really technical to technical To to really get into unless you're in the business but there's a lot of information that is not that technical that you could Help not only is it. Pertinent to Any vehicle but any vehicle from ninety six and up because folks in nineteen ninety-six actually started before so there were a few automobiles that had the ninety six obt to computer update before ninety six but all vehicles by law or required to have the ob to and that's on-board-diagnostics second generation and that computer blows away the obt one now having said that the obesity one computer that was on a car before ninety-six was more sophisticated than the computer used to put a man on the moon and get him home safely. Get them home safely just for you to know. And so now we. We've really gone into the third generation and third generation Is other the other modules data recording devices. That record today. Don your automobile and to that in Recently we we had another little announcement here about who owns that information. In fact we we had a gentleman from mark dan bodansky bogged danske. Yeah bogged danske. His name b. o. d. g. a. n. S k y. Something like that you know. Don't don't shoot me mark. That's okay but anyway he was our guest and we talked about Owning your own data. So and here's a here's the bottom line folks. I know this happened in my shop Twenty years ago. I'm gonna say twenty years ago. This was long before obt to was there but it was long before it was common knowledge that you can go into an automobile and retrieve information. About how the driver had been driving that car show What we do is we were connected to a local law firm. We had an attorney for the local law firm to come in and we had That was involved in a lawsuit and and this vehicle was a a s ten pickup truck and the vehicle had t-boned the driver had t-boned a tree dead center of the front bumper and died in that crash and the His hit the windshield And so It was believed that the airbag didn't deploy fast enough to to make that happen. That was irony there because that's when airbags were Were really being slammed for going off too quickly in two to violently and damage hurting people so it was the opposite side anyway. We had an engineer from. Gm that came in our job was only to furnish the stall and to power up the vehicle with the battery. Didn't touch it. Except for powering up the vehicle with a battery we did and so they filmed the complete event in the stall there. And so what. The engineer from gm found was and this was long before now. We're where we are today. What the gm engineer found was the driver was going x. speed. I don't know how fast you know seventy miles an hour. I'm not sure if the speed. I don't remember speech i won't. I won't put a number on it but One and a half seconds before the break was applied that he led off the celebrator and hit the brake one and a half seconds before the crash one and a half seconds which is way too late. But here's the the bottom line that he did not have a seat belt connected so the airbag and of course the only way airbag can help in airbag system can help it's have seat belts and airbag connected both of those to be in place and so that really sort of dismissed the lawsuit and so i wondered in now that i've actually been And seeing that been there done that I wonder how many other accidents I end or lawsuits will be enforced are Done away with about the information that is pull from your actual computer on board and especially these days when you have data recording devices. Let's take a call from donal in new york and talk cars triple eight two two seven twenty five. Forty six donald. Welcome to bobby like us. Good morning marcher. To have your opinion on this business of the grill opening and closing. I think it's a waste of money and it's unsafe my son in colorado. It happens to them. Happened on the weekend out of town and the car wouldn't go more than thirty miles an hour because the girl would know well. Let me say this about that I i would have to have the year making model of automobile. What did he drive. Honda cr via the twenty nine hundred. Okay well let me say this. Donald as a rule Almost without exception when a component fails it fails to the driveability side. And what i mean by that is when the part of an in the electric motor that opens the grill shutters and closes the shutters if that motor failed then the would open automatically because it takes the motor to force them to close. Now give them that. That motor is geared drive. That might not be the case. I've never seen one of those. So i don't know i've never had one apart which love to take things apart to find out how they're made show that you may have a valid point there however having said that if the belief that the manufacturer would make it so that if the motor failed then that grill would open automatically show in other words. It's like it's like pulling on a rope and you have to pull and if the road boorda break then. Whatever you're pulling would go back to where it was start with just like the motor has pulled on the on the On the shutters and open them but it may be that is gear driven. If that's the case and it were to ratchet or break a gear then by all means. I guess it could happen if that is the case then the car would go into what sounds like to me. What's called limp home mode and limp. Home mode is quite common for all automobiles. And if you have a check engine light comes on. It will not go. Your car will not go with. Most cars will not go into mode if the check engine light is flashing. Then that means you need immediate attention. There's a possible Engine threatening or damaging situation and in that case yes automatically the vehicle will go into limp home mode and think about it. Don if you're crossing like in in in. I live in pensacola florida. And we got. We have the bay bridge. So if you're crossing the bay bridge and all of a sudden your light is flashing. Hey you gotta get off the bridge. You don't you don't you. Do not stop. And i've actually told many people this on the air and i'll say it again the day if you have a flat tire on the bay bridge do not stop drive on the flat tire and the only thing to do is damage your wheel so what. It's better to drive off the bridge. Get off the shoulder so you can safely get the tire replace it. So what if you ruined a will. At least it's not life-threatening because on the bridge is life threatening if you stop and try to change tire. That's why they give tickets. People run out of gas on the bay bridge rightfully so so having said that. I believe that what's happened. And i think it'd be behoove you to to ask your son to ask the dealer and i'll do some research myself That indeed The vehicle because of an issue with the shutters went into safe draw drive home mode which is limp home mode rather which is at thirty miles an hour. Yeah you're limping home. That's that's right but at least it least. He was able to drive yet and or to the dealership without being stranded on the side of the road. And that's what that's four. So that's the good news. The bad news. The good news is he was able to drive it. The bad news is three hour gets a lot of horns blowing that you know you to be. He wasn't happy camper that helps to run five mile an hour. Absolutely it is no question about it. It's safe but you just have to. You have to put your flashers on. Which i'm sure he did. And you take the first exit off and then you you call the The eight hundred service That's in the globe glovebox and there's always an eight hundred number for roadside assistance on new cars. But i just don't think it's worth it for for what it does. What what is it do just closed in the morning when you start the car so it warms up quicker and then it'd be over time you make a good point but it's it's all about mpg. It's not about it's all about mpg concert mpg. Of when it's going to be open all the time when you're not well that's the whole point. See it's not gonna be open all the time it's only open when you need to cool the radiator and it opens partially data. It's not an open not either or it's a shudder so you can open an as need. Be and whatever air doesn't flow under the hood quotes which it does it gets trapped and whatever airflows around the car means the car gets is easier to push through the air gets better. Gas moment really is Think about it. 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My brake lights do not work nights. Got a brake light up on top of the cab. Right works okay. i'll take switch in it. I've the bills. But i ended up to box. I'm not getting any power to to fuses. That are designated for those well. as it is with any electrical issue you have to have a test light and you have to have a wiring diagram. You obviously have a test light because you can see that. There's no power going to break life views so the first thing you should do is you said you put a new brake lights fused switch in it and you said now that the third light the upper bright light does get power right before james switch. Okay okay well. Then that tells us the switches. Good what it tells us is somewhere between the switch and the rear brake lights which is another route and another pair wires. Run there's an open circuit Given this that oh to model soil tell me has this ever had a A trailer towing package or or or lights. You know that where you hook up. The trailer does because he's got a receiver hitch. Well you're right. You're gonna find your problem in that. Wiring harness probably located under the bed of the truck Own either the left and right him side. And what. I would recommend that you do is to and you'll have to have someone that will apply the brakes for you unless you use all meter but that requires a lot of wire and it'd be easier if you Go to the brake light wires that feed the rear lights. And you can t he can easy pop the light out. I'm sure you've already done that. The whole the whole receptacle elaborate light pop that out and then trace slows wires back under the bed and i would go directly for the throat. I'd go directly to wear the lights have been clipped and that system has been added because more than likely that's where the problem lies now that doesn't make sense that the third bright light works and you told me that you step on the break but the bright light fused never gets never gets power. So you're telling that you telling me that you had somebody step on a bright lights and the rear third light was working and yet the bright light. Fuse didn't have power going to either side right. Now get our to the fuse in a little fusebox inside the door you know. Well let me say this. Yeah right let let me say this. Why don't you try this. Take a jumper wire was known known hot and now you have to be careful in doing this but you take a jump wire and what i'd recommend is you you hook a ten line. Ten out fuse in line with a wire and you take The the the you make a wire hot. It's got a ten ten out fuse in it and you touch the lights to the either side of the fuse. Box touch wire to it. So no words. You just supply power to that fuse and the rear brake lights work. Then you know you've got a good wire all the way back to the back of the truck then you can concentrate on what feeds the brake lights. Fused fuse from inside detroit. That help you make sure it makes a lot of sense. Yeah try that because otherwise you can be back there all day and still not get power because it because you don't get power to the unit front Now what you're saying. I mean what. I'm assuming is power goes to the fuses and then to the switch. I know yes no you have. You have a hot going to switch and that is that. It's probably fused but you also have the hot going from the switch to the bright lights. That for sure is fused. Because if you're going to have a short it's going to be back there you know it's going to be outside of the vehicle so every feed has a fuse early on just like the battery is hooked to the starter. But there's a fusible link so that if the battery ever got shorted or if the truck got shorted it would burn the fusible link and save the whole harness. So the fusible link burns versus the whole harness. So that's what you're gonna so the bottom line what you're gonna do it. You're going to find a hot and you can find autumn's dash or somewhere and and put a ten out fuse in line and touch that fused on either side while someone looks and and if you have lights that work when you put power at fuse you'll know west between the fuse and the bright light switch. You got it. I got it okay. I'm glad you called me. Yeah where where do you live arkansas. Actually in north west arkansas area. Well that's great well. Thanks for calling in k. You are him The kernels station car womack is our good friend. And and we have a lot of calls from that area so Massive health to you and thank you so much you let me know what you find you get to the other side. Maybe no next week program. Okay reshape thank you sir. Have a great day triple eight two two seven two thousand nine hundred forty six. Take another call from arkansas. While chris good morning. Welcome to bobby. Carbon glenn heavy in the house. Hey bobby enjoy listening to your show appreciate. Hey of course. I know kermit. He's a good. He's a good guy. But when i got bobby i've got a two thousand sixteen for that one day and i love the truck. It's got sixty two thousand miles on it. What happens is this thing. I'll be i'll pull up to a stop light and idols about six hundred. Rpm and then all of a sudden it'll start sputtering and die. I can start at right back up at never said engine code until last week. I thought i'm going to get this thing out on the freeway. And i said i'm gonna blow on stood out right. I got you well. It went up to five hundred rpm. Okay and like i said never said off an engine light but our check engine light but it went up to thirty five hundred four thousand rpm and just sat there sputtered. Well being the engine. Light gems on it starts flashing ronald so i roam show. Shut it off. Turn it back on engine light on. But what it does bobby. It is paying that low rpm through the first three years is as you're leading a stop sign or a stoplight. Now i took to the into one of my friends and they put a scanner on it and all it shows up as an intermittent missed on number one and number five. Well i talked to ford. Ford says well the most common problem. We're having what we're seeing most of is thought to bonnie then i had another person comey well. It could be coal patch or it could be a catalytic converter. Well i'm not a you know. I'm not a surgeon here but i'm thinking well the the converters not gonna have an issue unless it's dumping raw fuel and but i'm getting ready to take this thing in the four and i don't want to get my head chopped off on labor. I hear you okay. So here's what i wanna know. If you've gotten the idea. I do. I do so. I'm not going to make sure you understand. I'm not skirting any of the issues that you talked about. I'm going to go right dead for what you need to know. That has that has everything to do. Not directly with what your symptoms are and what you're what you're the prognosis or your opinions or whatever are but with how to make sure that what you're most concerned with is that there's no advantage being taken of you as the owner of the vehicle. So here's what you're going do number one. Even if the check engine light is not on. Chris when you go in there will be a history of issues still logged into an on the computer in memory bank. Joe bobby that they. That's where they up the number one and number five right but but there's okay okay but let's get into the one's or five's or or what have you that's get into the conversation you're going to have with the dealer what you're going to do is you're going to agree to and they are going to agree to a attesting charge. I started say diagnostics. But don't lock you use that word because when you say diagnosis you you. You know say it's going to be one hour okay. Let's say they're going to charge one hundred twenty five dollars for a diagnosis. Well that's really not correct. They should charge you one hundred twenty dollars for one for the series of tests that are used to help pinpoint that the next step in so Because diagnostics is assumed that you're gonna plug in a machine found. Everything's wrong with the vehicle and chris. That's not the way it works the way. It works is a technician. A master certified technician. You wanna make sure that that's who works on your vehicle has a series of tests and those tests are going to be not only to read the codes but to go into the architecture of the computer and check for Items that are operated by that. I've got a hard break. Come back and give you another minute or so of the help. And i'll be back in service made this week. No five chevy silverado. The truck was experiencing front brake noise and pull to the left. When stopping we performed a thorough inspection and found the front pads completely worn out on the driver's side the passenger's side to be okay. But we noticed a loose wheel bearing on that side. Why would the pads worn on. Just one side. It was a seized driver. Shot break caliber. So we replace the pads and rotors on the front along with the driver. Side caliber also replaced the passenger side wheel. Bearing our parts choice for the repair omni craft with today's complex vehicles. Not every part works or works will quality fit and function is a system in my shop. How proved back ford motor company for most non ford and non lincoln vehicles omni craft quality. Brake parts will help ensure vehicle reliability and longevity. Learn more about omni craft breaks and other omni craft parts at omni craft auto parts dot com. I'm nick craft autoparts back by ford being car. Care aware is important to all year. Round but winter isn't especially critical time his harsher conditions. 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Like his car can remember every saturday from ten till noon eastern time we come to you and i share with you information that I've learned in my over my forty eight years in automotive service business forty eight years and seven eight months as it were and i share that with you and i can help you to really better communicate with your local service provider. So we're talking with chris an arkansas who has a an f one fifty to sixteen two thousand sixteen truck that Has a dies at randomly so for chris. Here's what i recommend that you do you go to the dealer. There still will be even though the light is not on there. Still be code in their go at. It finally came on day before yesterday and it stayed on. Okay well good Make sure that no-one resets any code or clear any coach before you go in. That's a must. Because even if chris understand this even if that light magically went out at which which can happen you know after resets in and you go through certain startups and what have you in the computer says. Oh this is okay now before but now it's okay so i'll i'll turn off the alarm. The codes and the problems are still logged in and recorded within the acm monarch the the electric engine control module. So having said that you go in to the dealer you agree to their one hour of testing so you know when you leave your vehicle. You're going to spend x. Amount of money. That's all you've agreed to. And then what they're going to do after they perform these test. They're going to call you with next step and explain to you what they found and what your vehicle needs to get me on. That and i suspect that you're going to. I suspect that you're gonna have something to say. It dies at a red light will cylinder one and five wouldn't wouldn't particularly 'cause that make it idle and not die. Governor computer would speed up the engine if you saw it was slowing down even if they had a bad cylinder to bet coil or whatever so i i suspect that it could be throttle body but i doubt that because again the idle speed is controlled by the computer in in if all else fails computers going to open throttle. You know to keep it running. Even i'm gonna. I'm gonna give you one more chunk of information okay. This thing's got sixty two thousand miles on. Okay i've got three three thousand plus hours driving time and i've got four thousand hours of idle are my one of my questions is could it be something is dirty on the inside of that fraud body that i could easily fix with carburetors spray. Or what have you know because okay because because Now you did say okay I promise wasn't gonna fix cars on the air. Because you get so many but i sure sure you do you wanna call so let's call. Spain is made here man you know. So here's here's all right all right. So here's the bottom line with idling you know that. There's a lot of vacuum that engines been either for a of vacuum a lot of time so the system has caused and created a lot of carbon buildup on the back of the intake. Valves that's a classic case and and it it happens now There's nothing you can do about that. And here's why if a truck not a seventeen but a sixteen f. One fifty doesn't have two sets of injectors port and and and direct. It has direct injection so you can't add a fuel cleaner even the behrman products. The you know the me twelve. Kim two which is a great product. You can add that to the fuel and because not help. Well it can help because it is for the fuel the wet part but cc in your vehicle. The wet part is in the piston area. Not in the intake where the dirty valves are. And that's to that in chris. You'll be a not that helps you. But at least you'll know if you had a seventeen forward. They added the port injection back. 'cause they said it was to make better performance in in my heart hearts. I definitely believe that it was to keep the back of the valve washed in clean or cleaner show so having said that the only way that the induction system. That's probably what you're going to recommend to start with. I asked what i what. I that's out of my good. An induction system service can only be successful if the engine is an operating temperature and the technician slowly sprays a mist of fog of chemical in the intake plenum and that fog gradually dissolves carbon and debris on the walls and including the out of the plenum and valves and the porch. And what have you. And then that takes about an hour of idling and rpm up to fifteen hundred two thousand and back down to idle thirty thousand back and he's gotta be there all the time to monitor the cleaning and then after after all of that chemical has been delivered to the mouth of the engine and there's no more chemical left that vehicle must still be driven because that same misting and fogging of the intake plenum and ports and valves chambers will puddle up in the bottom of the intake and could hadra lock the engine so the technician has to a vehicle and blow it out so to speak before you get the vehicle back so that would be not that you can do this because this is a professional. I'm saying that would be advisable. Because i don't believe i don't believe you're gonna have a bad coil or bad plug on one and five. I just don't believe that. I think that's those cylinders. Were didn't get their fair share or valves words not closing or yada yada show so i would. I would feel more comfortable now if you had a hard code of one in five. And then they recorded all the codes which we always do and then they cleared the vehicle and went to drive the vehicle which takes time and made the light. Comeback on coach came back on one and five the then. Yeah there's a problem. One five but at random. Now i i just i think you i think you need to start with sixty thousand miles and rim and please before you go make sure you tell the dealer that you've got four thousand hours of idling because there is therein lies the reason that you've got this issue at sixty thousand not one hundred sixty thousand you got it. Okay glad you call right. Thank you so much. Bobby operates you buddy. I appreciate you my friend. Thanks for calling. Let's go to nebraska. Take a call from ross ross. Welcome to bobby like his cartoon. Then thanks for holding men all. You're welcome good morning to you. And i really appreciate your program. I listen on thirteen. Forty eight w carney nebraska terrific always. Yeah what kind of new for you well earlier. Talking about cars ordered. I ordered a car factory in one thousand nine hundred. Seventy seventy one. Chevy nova three fifty three speed on the floor like thirty four hundred dollars for the sticker price. Which would be a lot of rebate. These days Really on what's the average price you know i remember. And here's the challenge. Being industry know changed so rapidly and so. Let's say that you came in. Say bobby i need a water pump for whatever. That's gosh you're going to spend three hundred fifty four hundred dollars you know what have you and then i turn it over to my service manager and then look up the price of the parts that updated price of the parts and the updated price of the labor and that bills a hundred and fifty dollars more and so i said all that to say that i remember when the average base price of a new car was like twenty five twenty six grand. Well the other day. I was talking with someone and i heard the average price is thirty. Eight thousand dollars. I mean average. You know price of a new car is thirty. Eight thousand dollars in it has been but oh five years that it was twenty six thousand dollars so you know as as we see. Cars continued to grow in an expense. But anyway i know that's not why you call me. Why did you call me. Well that sane. What you're talking about Going up in price is sony. Wants told me. That's a lotta. But i did. Have you looked sometime. A few Haven't heard about go and do a search on cruise night and carney. Nebraska is like the third weekend in july and they have a car show. Downtown downtown has brickstreet's. I think they have like six hundred cars. At times they have a cruise night drive around town but expanded to having nostalgie drags on sunday so any liquid up sometime crews nineteen twenty well. Well well ross. Ross just for your information we promote cruise night every year and half for ten years old. Brad kern eq you know he. He's yeah yeah yeah. Yeah and jerry erickson. I don't know jerry. But i know brad so let me tell you this quick story. Okay so I got a call from a kappa. Kappa ethanol you. You're you're familiar with that of course and so chuck calls me. And he says. I'd like to come to carney and and you know be on the stage and talk with with our team. We we got you know annual board meeting and we've got a lot of people coming in to talk and so i said well choke out so love to a can't can't do that. He said well. I would get on the stage and in five minutes. I would talk about cars. And what have you. But i couldn't tell farmers how to grow corn. I couldn't tell you how to make. Ethanol and i said. But i'll tell you what i could do. I could be part of a panel. He's an okay you're it. You're part of the part of the panel. So i flew to to carney which is really a great a great story. I won't go into all the details. But i flew to carney and i was on the board with a muscleman You know Who who owns a petroleum company. They're a knowledge there with chuck and with with john and and a lot of the kappa board of directors and great guys and there were three hundred and fifty people there and at the end of event At the end of the day. I went to dinner with this Central nebraska car club and jerry erickson and his wife. Pick me up in a sixty four chevrolet and then that evening. After we had dinner they went back to their house. It's about eleven o'clock at night and they had a jerry's got four antique cars One is a A pickup truck and it wouldn't surprise me that he wouldn't take his pickup truck and make a ev electric power. But anyway i'm well familiar with with that event and i promoted every year great. That's great question for you. I have a dream car thirty. Two ford five window coupe. Three inch chop fenders than a flathead between the rail. Okay what what's the maximum power you could squeeze out of a flathead by boring and stroking and doing other things with it. Well with today's technology Well that's a loaded question. Because i guarantee you could make an easy Three hundred horsepower out of the vehicle. Or you could do it much easier. He i if you really wanted horsepower. You could take that same engine that you've got if it's healthy and i'm sure yours is and i love the way. They idle so smoothly so to me. I'm like a smooth running flathead. I just think there's nothing like it. And then i would put a a super charger on it with five pounds of boost. No more that way. You don't need a inter cooler. It's a bolt on. It is outside of the engine. And i believe in my heart of hearts that the the current head gaskets and studs would withstand that that five pounds boost. That's what i would do if i were you thinking about it. We have a hard break coming up. I want to hear what you thought about that after the break. 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Now pass it on from pass it on dot com and now back to your body and your host bobby like it and welcome back to segment about like as we're talking with ross and carney nebraska so ross would you flathead. What do you think about my idea. Now that you've had three minutes to thinking over thinking about leaving carburetor on cooperation and induction but curiously now another quick question. I've got to go because my batteries kind of running on my cell phone but body could are there parts out there gasket. Some such you could set up the flathead so it would accept e ten fuel abs- absolutely absolutely. There's no you. Can you can build any engine today regardless of its era Well i i don't know about you know in the twenties and thirties but by all means What i would do. If i were you is i would google flathead club of america. Now i don't know that there is one but anytime that i have Callers from across the nation in every time that there's a specific need for a niche market Like f f body camaros firebirds Or thunderbirds are are gt forties. You know Cars like that. The viper viper club of america. Which i was a member of so what this will do is this will put you in touch with. And i'll tell you who. I'll talk with i talk with brad karnik and And and ask him if there's a flat headed club because vail know who what we're in win a of any park at. You're going to need for that vehicle and i really excited about this because i will tell you and and what i would not do is i would not. I modify that engine. But i would not go to the to the extreme and put a rough camshaft because then you lose all of the character of fled forward. That's why that's why. I liked the super charger. 'cause you can have an engine. That reminds me of the studebaker hawk. They had a two eighty nine engine. Not like the ford to eight now. But a two eighty nine studebaker engine. And that engine idled you could put a glass of water on the air cleaner and literally and it would not would not ripple almost i mean just unbelievably smooth and yet it had a lot of power because had paxton superchargers show. That's kind of my In my estimation what. I would like to have what i think you could enjoy without having to see the problem when you start modifying and putting wild camps or what have you in the shop more than his on road so you don't wanna lose that driveability. He didn't wanna go to while wild with it. You and that's what i would do and and But reach out to bread. And and if you need is a contact information Let let me know and i'll give it to utah home. Let me put you back on whole and hannah will get take your number or give you my email address. What bobby cartoon network dot com so so Put it back on whole and ross. Thank you so much for your call. Let's go to to get come back home to florida. Dal welcome bobby. His car clinic. Good morning you're on the air and that this dall- this bill. Yes is it bill. Bill mean lakeland. florida morning meal. Welcome to bobby his car. You're on the air yes sir. My wife's two thousand eight matrix toyota trans. The check engine light came on and it was the transmission it Pretty reputable shop and they say that is in the process of going out because the fluid is contaminated and they say it is very unlikely to factory would even have one or could get one port in a junkyard. One is twenty four hundred dollars for the year. Jan t so i. I asked him about changing the fluid or filters water any service on it and they said they might not even move if we've done that and i just didn't know if any of this is reasonable she built in the car new. You and this has no reason detroit. How how many miles. Notorial bill one thirty. Well i'll tell you what i would do you. You said the magic word you trust this shop and They're they're directive. I think there's concern with is that you could spend two to four hundred dollars and go out in the door today. And then monday morning or monday week. You drive right back in with the same issue and that four hundred dollars would've gone toward the twenty four hundred and and especially with the fact. See the the fluid you said something. The fluid damaging the transmission. It is the transmission that has damaged the fluid so the fluid is a blood sample of the condition the current condition inside that transmission and for them to make the recommendation leads me to believe if you trust them. And and and let's do at least men to believe that. The sh the quickest and and unleash painful way is to go with a year's guarantee use transmission and by the way we sell and we offer to our customers remanufactured transmissions new transmissions and use transmissions the ryman is is a dhanbad several manufacturers in the states and there is as good as the original a specs a use transmission. Well new. there's a new one and then a use transmission with a one year warranty is a lower mileage unit known to be good and guaranteed by the vendor. That's the recycling yard to the shop in shop gives you that but but you have to pay as a route two to four hundred dollars more for the one year warranty use transmission. But it's still cheaper than a new one. So i'm on board with what they recommended to you because i think you could get mired up in trying to fix something that has served his time and done right well. I just didn't know if it was even practical to one in either out a new well. It is practical. Because if if the us one comes with a year's guarantee then than likely it's going to be good for four four five years in besides what you wanna do here. You want to think about this. Let's say you had more problems than just a transmission. You're in a position where two one hundred thirty thousand miles. You're gonna spend x. Amount of money so you have to look at that. Lay out of money and you say okay. I'm gonna amortize this over four years. I figured my. I can drive this car. Another four years another three years. And if you spent three thousand dollars that's a thousand dollars a year less than a hundred dollars a month so amortized that expense but in essence if he had to spend five grand which i've done on older cars that weren't worth five grant you you're in essence in the position of buying your car back your own car and and let me just briefly. Give this information because this is good for everyone who sued in that. That may be in that position. When you're in a position where you have to spend more on your car than it is worth then you have to. You have to consult with your service shop to see if that's what they recommend. And then here's the bottom line when you buy your car back you say okay. I'm gonna spend five grand on my car. Or i could spend six grand or five grand and buy another used car the bottom line. Is you know more about your car. So if your car had was in good condition minus the five thousand dollars to bring up whatever bad in it it still unknown car and known condition car versus another us one that you might buy for five grand and then two weeks later you gotta spend five grand on it. Because he didn't know what was wrong with you. Understand where i'm going there. No exactly what you mean works. It's worth so we're for us. Yeah so bill. That's what i'm going to recommend it that you spend the money on that car if you trust that shop and you trust them to treat you right and stand by that transmission parts and labor for one year regardless of miles. That's the way it should be positioned you got it. Yes sir i sure. Do we carry. Shaky co sponsors. Well thank you. I really appreciate your kind words and always always I love to hear that from everyone. Thanks bill have a great weekend and let me know when you get to the other side how it comes out. I'd be curious to see how our conversation Panned out with actual results of from your service shop and the repairs that they recommend. Okay thank you very much. Thank you bill bobby. Like his car clinic is brought to you. In part my optima batteries. Optima batteries folks are up to fifteen times more vibration resistant than traditional flooded. Batteries optima batteries are the ultimate power source and you can learn more about optima batteries. Optima batteries dot com. 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Those cars sell at auctions for like millions of dollars. It's amazing because they're special. And i'll tell you folks exciting me Steve mcqueen of course bullet. I mean that was. I can see that i can see that one scene where he was chasing or battling back and forth with a bad guy in the look on the expression of that bad guys face when they were running together in a bad guy ran off and ran into the clay wall. You know the the dirt pile. I can see it now. like. Oh i'm done here. He was of course. Steve mcqueen you know rallied and he you know he's a good guy did win he. He was a great driver to a lot of people are great drivers In those movies and a lot of those drivers drive some of those scenes themselves So anyway i. I find that really interesting. I guess when you reach a point in your career and you have to do all the all the stunts for you because otherwise and it's okay if they get broken up in because they get paid for But you could get you know damaged for life or injured for life. Is they say damaged. I'm thinking of cars. You know injured damage i. We'll talk talking about. Is your car injured. Why don't we do that. Well folks if you have an injured car and you and it's pulse is not working correctly and it has noises and it smells and you smell oil or gas. Give me a call triple eight. Two two seven twenty five forty six. That's triple eight two two seven twenty five forty six. Hannah take your call. Put you in q. And i will put you on the air. Gasoline prices two dollars and fifty seven point nine cents average across the united states. Four of five of the regions for those prices today. The prices higher than this time last year. So we have four red zones which means that. The prices are higher in in five green zones. Well just the opposite is true if you look at this price last week those ridge green last week and those greens were the green to red last vice versa anyway. Whatever report is guessing prices up and down. It's like a roller coaster. And it has to do with politics and the price of crude as you know dictates a lot of things that we do and i will tell you we talk a occasionally a about ev cars and ev. Cars are definitely here to stay. And i know this because the oem's are investing billions of dollars into self driving cars which are v cars and they're investing billions of dollars into ev cars for you to drive and i'm just thankful to have Such innovative individuals as elon. Musk because he has definitely singlehandedly. I don't know we give him that much credit. But i guess we could because if weren't for elon. Musk and tesla. I don't think we would have The forward movement of cars today and to that end this week we had a couple of young guys in in fact A gentleman was twenty four years old and he brought in his jeep and we people that own gps spend a lot of money course people that drive. Gps have to spend a lot of money. I mean folks re. I'll tell you you know a used car. Don't buy jeep. You know but people still buy jeep. Because i like him and they they they come in handy but anyway. This young man came in follow yesterday. And i met him and he picked up his jeep. And we put some water blades in in service. It and and i did a couple of other things. He has ordered a twenty twenty. One tesla pickup truck. Five hundred miles per charge. Now this is. What is the this november. The thirtieth two thousand nineteen my wife's happy birthday. We'd aren't diane so we're going to see next year this time next year. It'll be twenty november thirtieth twenty. We're gonna see where the tesla pickup truck is in. Its bring to the showroom floor while no shoulder floors bring to the malls and wherever else you tesla. We'll see where that that happens I want to tell you folks. That's all the time we have for today and remember if you're like Frank in new york. Or you're you're like jerry in ormond beach make sure would your forward that and repair and maintenance needs that you buy motor craft parts their original equipment. Of course they're approved specifications and perform much for all ford and lincoln repairs along with an extension part extensive parts lineup which means that you have found the right part with the right fit the first time which is really really important and that helps to reduce the vehicle downtime. Wouldn't you know you can take a quick tour at motor craft dot com. Remember that name motor craft. And years ago i used to race fords. And this was in the sixties. I raised fourth everyone else. 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That's when the fda's vaccine advisory committee will be meeting to grant youth authorization for the first covid nineteen vaccine if they do the chief scientific advisor operation warp speed says that they'll be able to ship those first vaccine immunization sites within twenty four hours of that approval fox's kristen fisher as the copen surge shows no sign of letting up los angeles county issues new stay at home orders go into effect. Monday run for at least three weeks late yesterday. The supreme court refused to take up the case of a louisiana pastor who faces criminal charges for holding services that violated the governor's cove restrictions on large gatherings. Tony spell claimed. The governor's restrictions violated his first amendment rights meantime. The supreme court ruled against the trump campaign's lawsuit to prevent pennsylvania from certifying. Its vote president. 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Colonel tom parker who the twin brother lost a birth that haunted him in the relationship with his mother gladys who by far had the biggest influence on him. The doc airs on reels at eight eastern michelle pollino fox news and the largest female whale shark at georgia's aquarium. In atlanta died yesterday trixie had been the aquarium since two thousand and six whale sharks. Averaging between eighteen and thirty three feet are the largest fish in the world and are considered an endangered species. I'm carmen roberts and this is fox news. Today's news got your head spinning. Try head space head. Space offers a daily dose of mindfulness with guided meditations in an easy to use app. Go ahead space dot com slash for free one-month trial. This is the best deal offered right. Now that's head space dot com slash fox through a special holiday edition of left right and center. I'm kelly gough and mccombs daily beef and a regular contributor and guest host for the show. I also write for television. And occasionally produce documentaries in a nutshell. I create stuff which is one of the reasons. I'm so excited for today's show. Because i love talking to other creatives on that note. This thanksgiving week. We've decided to try something. A little different after a tumultuous year in which political and social issues both consumed divided many of us. We decided to speak with different artists working in different genres and to ask them whether they think the arts still have the capacity to move people politically and bring people together or to put it more simply in a year. Like twenty twenty. Does art have the power to heal. I posed that question to nile. Rodgers considered one of the greatest music producers in history for his work with david bowie and daft punk and whose most famous song was recently. Reissued to help fight. Covid i also explored this question with dominique maurice. So a macarthur. A grant winning playwright whose work often explores race and class and i also chatted withstand dimmer men who has written for many hit tv series. But it's his politically charged for the golden girls that have found a new generation of fans in the covid era. Then i talked with rashad robinson president of the civil rights organization color of chained he and i discussed the rule of celebrities and the arts in the fight for racial justice so back to the golden girls. That was the work of art that i gravitated to between all of the incredibly depressing news stories that inundated all of us this year anna calm. The golden girls blanche dorothy rose and sophia four hilarious senior women living together as roommates in miami. I grew up watching it as a kid and then college bonded over watching reruns with friends. As i got older though i grew to appreciate the show for how a head of its time. It was politically speaking. But whenever i needed a laugh. It's always been my go-to and boy. Have i needed a laugh this year. Lots of them. And apparently i'm not alone. According to the new york times viewers watched eleven million hours of the golden girls on hulu just in the month of april. It's not the only show that's been off the air. Awhile to see a resurgence. While we've been trying to stay home other old school staples like friends and seinfeld of comforted longtime fans and found new ones research published in the journal of. Its spiritual social. Psychology may help explain why so many of us are watching our favorite reruns. Apparently technology like television can give humans Ding because of something called social surrogacy. If you're feeling a little blue or a little lonely and you can actually leave your home and go see your best friend in person. Watching on screen can seem like the next best thing and for me. Nothing lifts my spirits quite like watching four friends over fifty in miami who may not have worn as many stilettos as the gals on sex in the city but may have actually had more sex and certainly tackled more political issues. I don't really mind clayton being homosexual. I just like dayton man. You really haven't grasped the concept of this gay thing john homosexuals date women lesbians as a testament to the shows enduring popularity and the age. We're living in. There was a zoom table. Read of golden girls episode. Just this year. It was an all star and all black cast emmy winner tracy ellis ross oscar winner. Regina king emmy and golden globe winner. Alfre woodard and tony nominee sonali late then joined the zoom for that episode which was written by stands zimmerman stand wrote for the golden girls as well as many other popular tv shows including the gilmore. Girls and he's the author of the upcoming memoir the girls from golden to gilmore stories about all the wonderful women. I've worked with and roseanne i. I had to ask dan if he was surprised that the golden girls came roaring back the way they did this. Twenty twenty while. I'm so old i've written many waves with it and see all these times when young people suddenly started coming to it but i have to say nothing like during this kobe period people went to the show again or sometimes new people young kids. Because there's something comforting about your mother or your grandmother where you can you just feel safe. And then they're finding omega look what they're talking about. They're talking about gay marriage and even suicide and and so many racial issues. Or i wrote the episode about sexual harassment. You know way before you know there was you know Weinstein and metoo movement So luckily allowed that show and and us as writers to delve into subjects. I don't think we could have had not been older characters one. I'll say you pointed out in a previous interview that there was no internet right so you didn't even know how the show is doing really until you were hit i. We were writing these on. Typewriters so think avast rating so at the monday table reads we would go in. And they would announce the ratings from the week before and we would watch it. Climb from fifteen to suddenly one and you could just feel in this room. I mean i'm getting a shiver now. The buzz of like what what's happening. Oh my god people really like because it wasn't conventional wisdom back then that older characters first of all that women are funny which is insane and that women over fifty are funny and that certainly proved it. Although there's still i have to force actual or sexual yes But i have to say i mean. They're still ageism in society today. And i'm i'm i shouldn't be shocked but i am every time i see it. I just watched the new network. Tv show where i saw older people were the butt of the jokes. And i'm like wait a minute. Well can't but let's dive into that. Because i just wanna do a quick list of some of the political issues that the golden girls tackled back in the nineteen eighties. Same sex marriage crossdressing. Interracial marriages single motherhood artificial insemination illegal immigration in an episode. Where dorothy happens to be my favorite character finds out that her favorite student who was portrayed by a young mario lopez is going to be deported after he wins a writing competition And what's so eerie astonished. How timely that episode felt. When i recently watched it on reruns literally could've been textbook happening right now and so. I'm really intrigued by you saying that. It's more political than shows could be today. You know that. I i also work as a tv writer and i will tell you. There are definitely jokes that you guys make that. I think be done. No there's something safer about coming through older people and we we knew that at the time even even then you know that sophia could say things like you can say in a character right now but because you could kind of say you know she has this thing where she just says anything that comes into the popular head she. She doesn't have a filter. I i wonder though if even some an older white character could make some of the racial jokes that you guys make and i view them as someone where it's like. Oh she's an old. She's an older woman of a certain era. Who's making a certain racial stereotype. But but i thought to myself you know. How would golden girls fair in the age of twitter. One of the things that went viral on twitter. Was this clip. That was actually from the golden girls spin off the golden palace Where blanche the other bell and fatal character gets into a back and forth with her black friend a very very young. Don cheeto Early in his career about the confederate flag. They do it. I don't want this serb lynch. Swear if you're not making such a thing you know i remember. Once when big big granddaddy hollandsworth took just stop it this flag mrs devereaux is not about college. Football games or or quilting bees of fried chicken on sunday. It's about colleges that won't let me in. It's about companies. That won't hire me. It is about cross being burnt on people's lawns today. Not in the evil pass blanche today and not just in the south all over. The north is just as bad damn yankees. You honestly don't get this do i. Don't see where there's anything to get. This is just a flag to me. This is just a bunch of wonderful family members. I don't think wanna work for anybody who feels that way. I don't think i can. When i talk to people and i've always said this is one of my favorite shows and i remember i would have conversations with people kind of what they look cute but like what you know because i'm a supposed to be a serious writer way said it tackled politics in such a smart clever way and i would often have conversations with people who didn't remember that they just remember. It was funny so was that were you. Were you intentional with the politics of it all. Did you think we want to get these storylines in there or was it organic and and were you conscious about. Kind of what is spoonful of sugar. Makes the medicine go down as they say. I was extremely young. I like to say. I was in middle school but i was not But i started writing. That was really for me like writing one. Oh one. I was learning how to write how to write jokes and hard jokes for that show. It just had to be organic. And i really learned you know you as a writer. No when i learned sign roseanne. You can't just do a joke for joke. Those women would be talking about blanche. Did come from that background. So she would have that point of view but not too shy away from conversation. I think you know so often today and why we're probably still talking and dealing with racism and other issues like that because we're afraid to discuss it and get into that messy talk and that's the only way we're going to break through with it and got into many fights with people on facebook about you know. Oh there's no such thing as racism will how can we solve it if you can't see it and that's what's so frustrating so i loved it. That show did it because you would talk about it. They did live in miami. So the that subject with mario lopez would come up. The suicide thing came up. Because you know there was the older people would maybe be going through things where they were going through depression and not want to continue living so It was never just to push the envelope. It was actually come up with real stories and talk about real things that were going on with women and women of that age and just people. And i've kind of carried that on with all the writing and anything artistic that i do today and has to be organic deal. Did you ever get push back from network exacts for any of the topics. I mean. 'cause 'cause it has to be one of the first shows. I would presume that actually discussed on air to men not just being a couple but actually having a wedding like two men getting married while you also have to realize. The time we were writing in was beginning of the aids crisis and and you know people are shocked. When i tell them this but i had to be in the closet writing on the show even though it was a very progressive shows and is still getty was the only one that knew that my writing partner and i were gay and she came to us one of the first days on the set and she pulls us behind the set so no one would see and she goes. You're one of us. And i thought she meant jewish but she meant gay because she considered self almost georg adjacent because she did torch song trilogy and most of her friends in the theater were all gay So it was a different time. And so i you know our agents would say you have to take a woman to any event. You can't let people know so that was but Four golden girls. I think when you become a really successful show you can get away with a lot more and you get less at times censorship and so they were just like whatever you're doing keep doing it so i think and there was also something innocent about older women talking about it. I think if you would've had to young gay guys kissing touching her in bed. i think. Then you weren't allowed to do that. I'm thirty something and that was years later. Nearly thirty years later stand still sparking political discussions through his art in two thousand and nineteen. He directed the diary of anne frank and his casting. Choices certainly sparked conversations but also caused quite a bit of controversy. He told us how simply watching the news. One day triggered an idea that spurred debate but also affirmed the power of art to both provoked and inspire. So i wake up at some ungodly hour for some reason and watching. Cnn and i saw a report about a jewish woman in la who was hiding a latina mom and her two daughters from ice when her husband was suddenly deported. Well yeah that's my mind went. Wow and we are literally living in the time van frank and then something mahanama wait a minute. If i did the play word for word version they did on broadway natalie portman but i just cast everyone in the attic with latin x actor and you are drawing parallels parallels between what's happening in society today. It's your which at the time when i started it two years ago. People how dare you. And the first day of rehearsal my phone tax with the friend said you're trending on breitbart in drudge. They had accuse me of rewriting the play and making the nazis. Ice agents stanton eventually went on cnn to discuss what happened with the play and the backlash and the play ended up selling out to audiences. Los angeles stand zimmerman still prides himself on tackling hot button issues today but while the years may go by the times may change one thing remains a constant for him his belief. That humor has the power to open hearts and minds. I've always been a proponent of i think through humor and i've always used humor in my life to get through things whether it was being bullied every day from seventh eighth and ninth grade and being spit on in school or getting through. My parents. divorce was through humor. And so i think that's important. I feel like when people are laughing. Their minds are a little more expanded rather than when they're being yelled at or told you have to believe this or talk about this. I think when you're laughing your just your your body is more relaxed. That was my conversation with stand zimmerman. One of the writers of one of the most enduring tv shows in history. The golden girls and one of my personal favorites. My next guest has produced some of the most enduring songs and music history. I'm kelly goth and you're listening to a special episode of left right and center. We'll be right back. I'm kelly got and welcome back to a special thanksgiving week. Episode of left right and center at any music fan or any music critic to name the greatest singer greatest band or greatest performer of the modern era. And your shorty here passionate debate. Is it the beatles. Or the rolling stones michael jackson or madonna whitney houston aretha or adele. But there is one thing that music fans music critics and most of the superstars named generally agree on that nile. Rodgers is one of the greatest music producers in history. He produced blockbuster albums david bowie. Madonna diana ross and while many people tend to slow down after forty years in any profession. Rogers is going stronger than ever having won three grammy awards for his recent work with daft punk. Oh and did i mention that. He also scored the movie coming to america and had an extremely successful career as a performer himself. Along with the late. Bassist bernard edwards. Their band she created songs. Like la freak and everybody dance that became the unofficial soundtrack of studio fifty four. And i'm sure this goes without saying but he is a member of the rock and roll hall of here to talk about his art and his activism is nile rodgers. Now thank you so much for making the time to join us today. Thank you for having me. You've written and produced a lot of really really famous songs like a virgin by madonna. Modern love by david bowie down by diana ross but arguably the most famous song you have written is we are family by sister sledge which i feel like as well known as happy birthday It was just announced that kim sledge of sister sledge is releasing a cover and there will be a video featuring frontline healthcare workers celebrities and all of the proceeds from this cover will benefit the world health organization's efforts to fight cova. Are you surprised that of all the work you've done that we are family is so influential that all these years later the world health organization actually is using it to fund the fight against cova. Did you have any idea would become such a phenomenon. Of course not were. We knew that it was good. We knew that it was a hit but we were just hoping to give sister sledge a hit record and we didn't think that it would have a life span beyond the normal life cycle of any hit record so it was complete shock to us an e. Were also able to get some of your famous friends together for a rerelease of we are family right after nine eleven and it and it became i think a bit of a rallying cry right for americans and some people have compared the stress shock and grief of two thousand twenty two that dark time after nine eleven. I think sometimes really serious. People can be dismissive about the power of the arts to heal and to lift of us in our lowest moments. And yet you once told us incredible story about how despite your mother battling alzheimer's. If she heard classic song by frank sinatra barbra streisand and. She knew what she would start to sing. Can you talk now about the power of music to heal how it has helped you cope in your own life during tough times and particularly in the last year. Yet like anytime you go to any celebratory Situation even if it's a sombre one music is always a part of it. And i i know that From me right now. What's been powerful Or a great coping. Mechanism is the fact that. I've been composing and composing composing All through this time of of lockdown and It's been incredible for me. Because i've been able to work with people all around the world so i've worked with. African artists work with american artists of work with country artists. Who are some of the artists. You've gotten to work with in the end. The last year that you're that you're referring to it's staggering so everyone from keith urban in the countryside to burn a boy on the african side of you know it's fun because when you're doing when you're doing music you have to be in the moment so it allows us to detach away from our own pain and our own problems because we have to get this right as artists were compelled to Get the messaging right. Get the emotions right and for the artists that i'm working with. They seem really driven. So it's it's great to timing for me. As far as internal spiritual relief is concerned that it couldn't be a better coping mechanisms so my job is actually. My therapy was the speaking of male. You know. I just saw really interesting story on music therapy and for for those who don't know what it is i because i didn't know much about it. It's fascinating because it's using the role of music to help people heal physically often including former congresswoman gabrielle. Giffords who was shot years ago. It's it's one of the forms of therapies. That helped her learning how to regain her communication skills I read that you are proponent of music therapy and i know you're gonna do some fundraising for a specific music therapy group. Would you like to talk about that nor robbins. Which is i mean one of the most. I didn't even know how to say at one of the most rewarding experiences that i've ever had When i first got involved with him. I went to one of their centers and i was able to see it firsthand but now this was no shock to me because my aunt Who was in a coma for about years whenever we go visit her. We sing songs to her her. One of our favourite songs was hey jude by the beatles. Wow and we'd sing it with her and she would she would come out of the coma miraculously and sing right along with us. It was the most. It was almost like a magic trick and She would hear it and she just starts singing right along with us. And i make people laugh when i say that even when we get to the vamp out and she you know and they start doing the ad libs and she's going judy judy. Judy judy. judy. It would kill us. And we'd actually sometimes trigger and go to that art and she'd be right they will allow. That's incredible. I mean that really is proof that music as a form of medicine. I'm what musicians do you. Listen to nile. When you're looking to be uplifted or inspired or healed. They run the gamut. I i mean. I would say that. Typically i'll go to Jazz or classical. Some you know the earliest influences in my life just because it puts me in a place where life was so optimistic. When i was a child. I I really believed is going to sound corny. But i really thought that we'd have a much more peaceful loving world Maybe it's because my parents would beaten eggs and i became a hippie. The and also the father who raised you white right exactly so so not only was the father who raised me white but we he was jewish and we lived in a predominantly jewish puerto rican and black community soon very mixed community but we realized that we all were incredibly close. Like my mom speaks yiddish magnified on of you know that General colin powell's speech. He had just because they all went to the same high school together. I'll be speaks fluently. Yeah yeah yeah. The jewish community in the black community were so closely aligned back in the day and you know we work together. We live together. We did so many things together. So it's it's odd to see this world now where the communities have become a much more segregated. Let's talk about that. Because i mean you have heard as much as i have from a lot of politicians and pundits they think artists athletes should quote. Stand there lane and yet you or someone. The we are family foundation has been around a long time. And i know a great story kind of on the history about how that came to be that. There's a political history there so if you could share that with us but if you could also just talk about What the foundation's doing now nile. And why it's so important to you to not just stay in your musical lane to actually have a voice on some of these social issues so when the we are family foundation started as you well know. It was a direct reaction to the tragedy of september eleventh and and because i was involved in other big projects with a lot of artists i learned about the pitfalls and some of the pitfalls are that we don't understand that the problems that were trying to have a positive impact on if you don't understand what's going on on the ground. You may have the best intentions but you don't understand the infrastructure and how to to really make it effective so what we did was instead of just joining in with the big music effort music. Business effort I knew that that would probably be a big gigantic thing. And then it would go away and i said to myself. I don't wanna do something like that. That goes away in fact a journalist. Approach me when we first started and they asked me. What do i want the outcome You know of the we are family foundation To be. And i just said you know in a moment without thinking i said i would like we are family foundation to be bigger than the saul. Wow i painted myself into a corner right away. This year. Our newest program youth the front fund Which is something that we we started. As a result of the killing of george floyd and and noticing that black lives matter was starting to spread all around the world. Systemic racism wasn't just an american problem. It was a worldwide problem. So we started the Used to the front fund because a lot of these organizations a lot of people that are in the space of trying to deal with systemic. Racism don't have access to proper funding. Like somebody would if they were doing a new video game or you know or writing a new algorithm to make something work better. I just wanted to clarify for those. Who don't know you the we are family. Foundation has been funding young people with innovative ideas for years but this year the shift was focusing really on social and racial justice and funding those causes. And so that's really exciting to hear that you all are helping to fund those those people i have to ask the obvious question Which is shifting gears a bit now. You are stranded on a desert island. You only get to pick three of the album's you have either produced or written to take with you. What are those albums. Who were those artists. Come on i am asking a parent to choose their favorite child Yeah right It would probably be The chic album called risque which has good times on it. it would probably be David bowie let's dance And probably you'd have to give me four here kelly. It would have diane over for the time. Yeah diana ross. Diana and sister sledge. We are family that actually very close to my last. I think that's very very similar as you know. I'm i'm a fan of yours and then the last thing i'll ask you. Is there an artist that we have not heard of yet that you think we should all be listening to who who has not yet broken through. But you think that there's someone we should take a listen to An african artist. I just finished working with his neighbors. Connie and to show you. How kunikana is when madonna did her last album. She says the only music she listened to wasn't a conic santana panels on the way to the game and now you are listening to south. African artists makaay this song new brighton we were into the elizabeth deployment. I like it. Well our last guest minton. He worked with bernard boy this year and our next guest named checked him as one of the artists. She has turned to. for inspiration. This year writer dominating morrisseau has been praised for her ability to bring nuance complexity and dignity to the stories of black americans on the stage and now the screen often explores the intersections of race class and politics and unexpected ways. This is how she describes what attracted her to the upcoming series on the life of the first black heavyweight champ. Jack johnson which morrisseau is writing and which will star oscar winner mahershala ali. He goes from being born a champ already like he was just a champ out of the womb but once you start chasing titles to call you a championship then you're part of a system and once you get part of they could break you from being a champ right. They can take titles away from you reduced you you know. And by the end of our series it really is a journey for him about not ever being a champ based on being or being chasing title. That if you're a champ your champ not because someone tells you champ but because that's who you are in your core but moreso is best known for her theatrical works. She was awarded a macarthur genius. Grant and recently became one of the only woman of color to join a very exclusive club. Not only has her. Work been produced on broadway. But she was recently nominated for a tony award for writing the book for ain't too proud the life and times of the temptations and she recently took on a new role in her hometown of detroit michigan as executive artistic producer at the detroit public theater. She shared with us. How that happened and i said let's talk about who's on staff of these are three white women who are the producing artistic director of theater. And i said who's an leadership who's on staff. This has been a black city. We don't have any black leadership. We don't have any black people on staff. That's not you know we do black shows and we put. We put we employ black artists but we also need to have black administrative leadership. My full conversation with tony nominated play. Dominique morrisseau is coming up next. We'll be right back to convey ships. Thank you for listening to this. Kcrw podcast in case. You don't know Kcrw is radio in los angeles bringing the best of npr southern california. We're also known for our brand of bold and innovative program. Evocative storytelling taste making music and audio documentaries. That are little movies for your ears. You can join our community to support this show and others or make a one time donation just to say thank you. More at kcrw dot com slash join. I'm kelly gough and welcome back to a special thanksgiving week episode of left right and center before the break. I was telling you about dominique. Worry so my next guest on the show. She's one of the most accomplished and sought after american playwrights certainly one of the most accessible black women playwrights ever i love chatting with dominic and you'll hear us talk about the importance of live performances. What it means to writers playwrights theatre audiences but also to the human spirit and how hardest for her to be away from the stage right now but i. We talked about the fact that she is part of an extremely elite club of black women whose work has appeared on the broadway stage. I started by asking her why she thinks play. Writing is still one of the hardest professions for women of color to breakthrough in and she immediately referenced. Her students at columbia university who were already challenging the traditional definitions of what constitutes a great play and which writers should be considered truly great playwrights. Often go students who told me before You know where they talked to when they'd come to college students of color Writing programs or acting programs. And they don't necessarily know haven't read in. Arthur miller play in a white classmate is you don't know arthur you know And they go with you know. August wilson and one quote was will. I know the place that matter while right if enacted. That's not an idea came from those that that white student in black student. That's an idea that came from their professors from the way our industry moves. That says the these are the ones that matter hours. Think of movies black movies. Hollywood like there are movies. That are black classics enough spike. Lee's movies that are considered his b. movies or his you know movies to the greater white audience are like his classics in the black community. Right boomerang is one of my. And i've never met a black writer who doesn't consider boomerang one of discount you'd be hard pressed on white hollywood executive even know boomerang ears or care and you definitely wouldn't find a white hollywood exact i would think mo better. Blues is one of my favorite spike movies that they think that was the trash movie harlem nights. They think these are trashed movies. These are classics in our community. Love harlem just excite is that but it's bashed in license premacy that is hail up in literature and in in writing. I think for black women who are trying to break shatter that ceiling in theater we are bumping up against white male. Pedagogy as being the only as being the source of excellence is we're gonna be don't have long fight with us because of that. Can you talk about the role of critics too because this is something i really didn't start to think about myself until i became a writer and i i looked around at what. A lot of the the newsroom's publications. That i was writing for look like and i thought back to some of the reviews some of my favorite movies growing up including something coming to america which is widely considered one of the most classic comedies of the eighties. It did not get good reviews. Came out and so. Do you think the role of credits particularly in the american theater. In the lack of diversity there has has made a larger impact than we sometimes acknowledged. Or or i think that contributes a great oppression of artists of color. I think that they have they are. The blood is all over their hands. But not the individual critics alone. I think the way the press has functioned and the ways. The theaters have been obedient to the press. That to me is. I don't really blame critics in general for their opinions on blame anyone for having a penny. You don't have to like anything. That's that's not fair. You have a right to be like after garbage in your own opinion but your opinion should be no more waiting than anyone else's and the fact your opinion not adversely impact. Someone's future mba career and the validation of their work. That is ridiculous. We need more critics of color. But i don't need critics of color that are gonna come. In and do a white critics in his measured me under a white gays like the white critics. You know that literally. Just ton students about this. And i was asking him. Let's talk about protagonist. Let's talk about plot. Let's talk about theme. And they were like. Why are we talking about this stuff you know. They're like why they had a lot of them. Had such adverse reactions by plaque in what rising accident now. Why because they are they are. They are associated press story structure with white supremacy you now because academia university on july that right. They're they're filling oppressed by that kind of story structure as the the deified story structure and understand or the gold standard ended it and they have a right to question that because that is a very as one very narrow version of what qualifies storytelling has really when you think of. If you've never read pearl clegg or shero west. Pj gibson in if you don't know. Alice childress work. Or ron milner. You're not equipped to tell me. Whether or not i did what i did. Well because you don't know the tradition that i'm writing in y- you don't know the full canada and just translate what you're saying for our listeners. Who are who are not as steeped in loving the theater as much as you. And i do. 'cause it's it's you know one of my passions that what you're initially what you're really saying. Dominique is. it's no different than if if someone says the only great covering politics are woodward and bernstein and as an i can just read woodward and bernstein. I can just read the washington post and i'll know everything there is to know about american politics and i think if nothing else. The events of the last year have shattered that meth that. If you limit yourself to only reading writers who look like you listening to reporters who look like you listening in reading people who have the same life experiences you you are going to miss out on understanding the experience of people who are not like you. But who are shaping the world you are living because they are living in it too and they are simply invisible to you. And so i think one of the examinations that you're really speaking to of the american theater is that the people who have the power to make the decisions to decide what plays get purdue not just on broadway but at theaters nationally regionally locally are people who are largely taught that the only work that batters is shakespeare in arthur miller. Can you ask you though a question though. Dominique is what's fascinating to me about. Having this conversation is that hamilton is one of the most successful pieces of art ever produced your musical temptations. Musical was wildly successful. The motown musical broke all these records. So why is it that people still buy into this idea which i consistently hear. People throughout the theatrical community tried to explain which is that. they're stuck between a rocket or hard place because the audience skews older. The audience skews wider. And so it's taking a big risk to try to produce something by an a an a younger artists of color or someone who has not already well known in the canon. And yet i would say that your track record in the track record of linneman while miranda shows that to be a falsehood. I'm not sure it'd be all the way. Show it to be a foster. Yes you know. And the reason why i say that is because i love land. He's he's he's a dear friend and and he's always been doing hip hop theatre in will existed before hamilton writing existed in in downtown theaters teams in new york city. You know when lends when so land comes out of that tradition and has always been very gifted at it but when he brought hamilton to the public for went to broadway the linda's doing with lynn. Does you know he does. Ease super super superstar. Hip hop do he like. All the only land could come up with like pop and amilton alexander hamilton. And put that together. You know But what an audience is doing is. They're they're they're intrigued in their incited excited by hamilton his nod to Founding fathers right because of his nod to something about why audiences whole deer in a way it is. It is even if familiar at its. It's still doing something to make them all. Look at these people of color who are still really proud of the founding of this nation. You know it still does something to affirm them in their thinking. Think even enterprise my own musical. You know while it is a very is. I think is very subversive. Musical and i think is very you know a sensor five black men and their humanity in their relationship with each other end their relationship with the nation that is is in civil unrest in making them second class citizens you know but it is also nostalgic and it also brings up the feeling of motown in that integrated spirit of motown that brought the nation together when it was divided it. Also you know it's again for white audience. They find their way. They remember whether temptations musically it they. They're bringing in their own memories when they come into that to the house. So it's not the same actually as as a new a brand new musical by a a writer of color you know who's going to write from their from their own cultural perspective you know and and and you're saying you're saying that the audience might not have a i'm thing the obedience to the only. The white older audience is the is part of the problem of theater producing that. They're they're thinking that that's the only audience that they can get. I'm saying i'm trying to grow like i'm not saying. Don't take the so-called risks. That wouldn't be as much of a risk if you change your model of who you're seeing. Has i think that they only think road and white has the money to spend his willing to spend money. And that's not to do that at one time. You know that that's just completely untrue. With easy lazy is lazy. Marketing marketing have been. Lions was brought longtime about who comes to who wants us to the theater. I know that. Now as a tony nominee and a macarthur genius winter. You are very in demand as a screenwriter. But can you talk about what. It's been like this last year to not have your work in front of audiences. Have you missed that experience. What is that felt like live. Art is so important. Not just to me but i think it's important to to all of us imports of humanity. And if we are we better we better get back to the theater. Because that's the place we're going find it again. More than anywhere else on the planet you know you will also find it in screen writing and storytelling on the screen and television and film. You know but you need that. Live theater experienced fully round out your person who i think anson remember what it feels like to sit in a room with other people in brief together and laugh together and cry with strangers together. You know now we're going to have to do that when we met afraid of research germs and tear tear. You know but we are. We need each other To to remember who we are sell your art brings a of joy and feeling an inspiration to a lot of people. But what art do you turn to when you need inspiration and uplift what art have gravitated towards during this really really really tough twenty twenty so i always gravitates for pearl clegg as a person at sas a novelist playwright a thinker humanitarian. I turn to music. I've i've been dj -ing husband and i o. J. at home and that's been the thrill of life whether somebody some of your favorite eleven as well. Okay so you know. Obviously my husband is one of his name is jay. He's the hip hop artist. I love his music. I really am coffee. The young reggae artists from jamaica. Like she's killing it. I mean just her spirit. Like i feel like that takes me somewhere burner boy Anderson pack these are musicians that are like really given me all my feelings right now. I'm john l. monae engine dinner. That was on my face of knobby. Yes and in the last thing. I'll say is octavia butler The books of octavia butler and particularly parable of the sower. In parable of the talents have really given me fortitude. In this time this scary law get out at my favorite quote is all that you touch. You change all that you change. Change is you. And i'm like yeah. Yeah that's sort of where. I'm standing in my sensor as an artist right now in this time that we're in and that's how i'm gonna see my way through it felt like octave gave us the way so i'm gonna. I'm gonna follow the way last week. I shared part of my interview with rashad robinson. President of the civil rights group color of change. He talked about the importance of holding hollywood accountable and the fight for racial equality and social justice but we also talked about the role of celebrities and activists movements. And whether or not they can actually make a meaningful difference. He explained that. Celebrities can be invaluable allies in not only generating publicity but in getting causes taken seriously in certain halls of power. He credits prince harry and meghan markle with getting social media. Companies to engage with color of changes. Stop hate for profit campaign aimed at ending hate speech on social media to things that were really stuck out to be was how clear their own personal story was the learning journey. That harry was on around seeing race in a different way because of his relationship with megan and he was very clear but also about the attacks on his child. They both have talked about this. But when we lost the stock eight for profit campaign they calls me right away. Like right after that launch again. Hey this is the type of thing we want to help it. We had a lot of outreach. That week that the day i was talking to prince harry nagin right after i got off the phone with my i literally got onto a town hall with president obama and so it was like all in the same day so in some ways i was like short. They wanna help. What do we ask them to do. They how how do they want to engage and you know they reach out and they called on corporations around our facebook boycott and they explained the ways in which the targeting marketing attack them. They shared their stories with corporate ceos. Who want to work with them in all sorts of other ways and invited them in they got on strategy calls. Then harry said hey. I want to direct more people to know about color changes support color change. And and you not do any of that. Prince harry can chill for the rest of his life. And i asked to anything but saw that as an opportunity and hopefully reached people that color of change in and of itself will never reach and hopefully invites more people and give people to think differently and most importantly gets people to act much of color of changes. Work has been devoted to the role of imagery and representation in television and film as part of the quest for racial justice during our conversation last week rishaad noted that america elected black president before hollywood. Put a black superhero at the center of a major blockbuster. This week he expounded on the legacy of chadwick boseman black panther and why having black superheroes onscreen matters to us. All chadwick was such a light. Such as such of incredible force and someone who Pit such incredible roles Got to portray some of our biggest heroes. Whether they be fictional or they'd be real life like Jackie robinson or thurgood marshall and. So there's there's just so many ways in which he's going to live on in our sort of understanding in our belief about what's possible and i think that that's what Being able to have superheroes allows us it allows us. The ability to dream allows our kids the ability to drain. It allows kids of all races to dream through us in. See us as the protagonist in the hero the center of a story and all get to see all of we should get to see all of us as heroes of stories because that allows us to both the able to root for one another in very clear ways. You know one of the things that i also think about in terms of the role of hollywood is like if we can save it people to middle earth or have people flying. Why can't we also dream of world without police. Don't we tell. Also the futuristic stories that also paid a society that ensures that everyone has the things that they need so whether it is the sort of individual of a superhero or whether it is societies that can be superheroes heroes. We should be able to dream of those and in order to Jim that hollywood needs to reckon with the way in which it supports elevates in gives opportunity to black create us the writers and storytellers. Who can shape that new reality whose careers have far. Too often. been sideline with far too often have barriers put in their way for opportunity and are far too often gasoline. Even when they bring up those concerns. And what i recognize is that there is no pathway to better more holistic more powerful creativity without the black creative. We'll leave it there. Thank you to our fabulous guests. Dan zimmerman nile rodgers. Dominique moreso and rashad robinson. I also want to thank all of you for joining us on this journey to try a little something different this week. We hope you enjoyed our discussion and feel free to drop us a line at l. Rc kcrw on twitter to share pieces of art. That had a meaningful impact on you this year. This episode of right and center was produced by. 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Now that's head space dot com slash fox. All you creatures of the internet. The world wide web. The thing how you doing people it is november. Twenty third twenty twenty monday november twenty third and twenty twenty. I'm dave ruben. I'm bill very refreshed and didn't do much attention to politics. I am caffeinated. Had some water. Few people said last week that i looked a little parched that i should have more water that i had paused a couple of times because my mouth seemed dry so i have plenty of water here and i've got my coffee. I think the coffee related thing. But i'm in a good mood There's a lot going on. Obviously it's a short week. Because if annex giving and i will be celebrating thanksgiving. I hope you will be celebrating thanksgiving. I hope you'll be with friends and family and everything else we will be. We're going to fight the power over here at the Dave rubin compound. There's a lot going on. You're not gonna believe guys. There's there's really a lot going on right now so we're going to recap and you know every week. We go from one bananas thing to a bonkers thing to a crazy thing and everything else well. It all sort of feels like it's coming to a head as we enter the end of twenty twenty right because we've got corona virus kobe. Whatever you wanna call it at this point. Everyone is in some version of lockdown. We have people rising up in fighting it. We have these authoritarian governors and mayors trying to keep us in our houses. So that's really been ramped up and then of course. There's everything going on with the election. Joe biden says. He's the president-elect elect. That's not official. Obviously that's just by media. Projections trump is not conceding. Anything then there was some weirdness and this is going to be the first story. We're gonna cover. Today is the weirdness going on with sydney powell who had some interesting things to say over the weekend and then suddenly the trump campaign distance themselves from her. So we're gonna talk about that. I wanna talk about some kobe stuff. And i'm gonna show you to really really spectacular videos one from buffalo where business owners have just had it and they are actually kicking regulators out and is a really beautiful moment. It's a tea party style moment from buffalo new york. I'm gonna show you that and then another video from jersey this past weekend where some citizens of the great state of new jersey saw their governor at a restaurant. Now he's keeping everybody else in lockdown. Technically you can be at a restaurant but they were not having a at. It's pretty great. There's a there's a jersey feel to it with with some of the language that you're only going to get out of jersey. And then finally i want to show you this video from i suppose. A comedian named amber ruffin. I did not know who she was until a couple days ago. But i was flipping on the twitter there and i saw a video that was in my time line. I don't follow her. But it was promoted from the peacock network and the peacock network. Nbc's new streaming site and. I saw this this really really awful crazy video that well. Just let's just leave it at that. Just stick with me for fifteen twenty minutes and we'll get to it in a little bit. But it's just the worst sort of intersectional lunacy and social justice nonsense being pushed by by mainstream corporations in the name of tolerance and diversity and it's just not that well let's start with what's going on with the election right now so i have said from the beginning and i would welcome any of my critics to watch any of my videos over the last couple of weeks. I've said from the beginning that you can't take anyone's word for any of this. If trump just says it was rigged you can't take his word for it and you can't take any lawyers word for anything and you can't take the mainstream media's word for it when they say nothing was rigged and nothing happened to don't look here right. Everybody's credibility is sort of shot. So the only thing that you can do in a time like that is try to go. Where the facts are. And that's exactly what. I've been trying to say this whole time that it's one thing for sydney powell and trump whoever on any side of this to say we know about fraud. We know about this. We know about that. Well at some point you gotta show us the evidence by the way. I've also been saying this entire time that you don't just leak out evidence. A lot of people were angry at tucker carlson last week because it seemed like he was saying we'll sydney pal doesn't have evidence and really what i was. My defensive tucker. It was a defensive tucker and sydney actually was. You don't leak things. I imagine if you had a murder case right you got a murder case that you're trying seven days from now would you suddenly be telling the media and the other legal side and everything else. Oh well you did find this year and this guy told us this. No you'd wait till you were in court now. We're in a weird time these days where where lawyers are always doing things on television and obviously there's a certain magnifying glass on this because it's the election but in essence tucker were saying well. She didn't provide any evidence and sydney powell was saying well. Actually we offered you some some testimony in david's which they didn't want air but i think what really happened. There was that if anything tucker was trying to to set up something right like basically he was like okay. We have on but we can't or we're going to talk about the story but in essence we can't confirm this until there's evidence which is the truth. That's exactly what i've been saying. So now i'm gonna show you two things here because there was a really interesting twist of events this weekend so i saw sydney powell who was was is the key word here until the last twenty four hours basically was on the trump legal team. She was on newsmax tv talking about what she's got. So let's take a look at the clip and then we'll go from there. How how what is your timeline as you look at this time you think before you can you can put out some of this evidence that can really if you want if you want to shut the media but they say you guys have nothing when we have some of this stuff. That's that's hard core evidence in paper and writing. Well frankly the affidavits we've introduced or hardcore evidence. There firsthand testimony of witnesses. Who saw how and why the system was created and how it worked to accomplish the objective for hugo chavez. There people who saw ballots being destroyed. We've got evidence from people whose up thank ballots being created. We've got all kinds of different evidence and then we've got the statistical and mathematical evidence. That's absolutely irrefutable. I mean a coin doesn't land on the same side when you flip one hundred and eighty six thousand times. You can't just inject eighty six thousand biden votes and expect anybody to believe there's a real and they're not when we no matter how you analyse the statistics whether it's a predictive model or the actual data as it comes in it it doesn't hold water and we've got other testimonial evidence that appears to be coming in now to indicate the democrats literally added thirty five thousand votes to every democratic candidate to begin with thirty five in any particular state or you say thirty five thousand where we've got definitely all over one st and i would be willing to bet. It happened everywhere. Okay so as. I've said many times. You can't just take sydney powell's word for it right. You just can't take but she's laying out some very specific things she saying. We have first hand testimony She's saying that they saw ballots destroyed. And then she's also talking about the statistical evidence. Hey caught her. I'm getting a little feedback. If you can just cut that for me. Thanks so okay. So she's laying something out but you again you can't just take her word for but she's saying this is what we have in. This is what we're going to present to the courts. Now that was this weekend and then yesterday things got a little stranger because suddenly rudy giuliani. Who's heading the trump legal team. He put out a statement. So let's let's read the statement here quote. Sydney powell is practicing law on her own. She is not a member of the trump legal team. She is also not a lawyer for the president in his personal capacity. Okay so now. This gets really interesting because we showed the clip but she was at the press conference with giuliani. Engine the lawyers that involved at least on the public side. She was at the press conference last week. So something happened in the midst of this now. I saw a whole bunch of people saying all sorts of stuff over the last little bit. People are saying well obviously insane. She's a conspiracy theorism baba nice. I still just don't don't buy that. This woman is just lighting. Herself on fire has gone completely crazy. I suspect that she has some of the evidence that she's talking about and she's going to try to lay it out in court. Okay whether whether that will be enough to prove anything or anything else separate issue. But i saw a lot of people saying that what strikes what seems to me to be more honest explanation or at least a more clear thinking explanation. What's going on here. Is that there may be reasons that trump can't have sydney powell on the legal side of this because she's pursuing other things that seem more related to the voting systems and dominion and everything else while giuliani and they're dealing with things at state level and they're dealing with things related to dates. That ballots came in and everything else. There may just be some strategic legal. Move there this is one of these things where everyone pretends. They're an expert in all of this. I'm not an expert in all of this. But i think i'm pretty decent explainer of just sort of human nature and again as i've said from the beginning either. Sydney powell is about to drop the biggest bombshell in modern political times. If not in the last two hundred years or she's about to destroy herself the the trump campaign separating themselves from that. I don't think he's just like that woman is bananas. We don't want anything to do with anymore. I think that there may be some legal reason for that again. And i'll just say one more time for today and then i'll move on. That doesn't mean that anything she said here is true in and of itself. And you can't believe it. Just because she said it but she's telling you about that. she has firsthand testimony. She's telling you about sworn affidavits. She was talking about people that were there. When they set up the voting systems and all that so we shall see is sort of where. We're at with all that. But i saw all these people like go. The whole thing's over in the in fighting and all that and it's like. I don't know i want to say one other thing on this. Which is that. I am getting a tremendous amount of pushback in some cases from people that have been on my show for even discussing any of this stuff as if this stuff should not be discussed at all now. I'm giving you some basic info here. You know we do this. Show usually in about twenty four minutes. I'm not trying to beat you over the head with this. I'm not trying to make a conspiracy. A conspiracy theorist and. I'm not trying to make you crazy when the mainstream media won't even give you any honest assessment of what might be going on here and i saw suddenly all these mainstream people saying oh see. It's obvious sydney powell's crazy crazy. Giuliani won't won't Defender won't back or anymore and it's like that's that's not news analysis right so i think i've given you some sort of basic news analysis here. Which is that. You don't trust the words in and of themselves but but the split that we're seeing here there may be a reason for it and if there isn't if we find out that ultimately ended by the way it'll all come out one way or another like in a year from now this whole thing falls apart and giuliani's like yeah. I thought she was bananas. And that's why we got her off the team. Well then that would be worth talking about but but analyzing it as we get it now. There's nothing wrong with talking about that stuff. And i'm seeing a lot of people that just don't want us to talk about any of these things don't give it any air because he'd also crazy and it's just like that's not how i'm going to behave just not going to behave that way and speaking of how i'm not going to behave. I will also be having thanksgiving. Oh by the way. I was out on the streets this weekend in la on saturday night after ten pm which. I'm pretty sure we weren't allowed to do. We put these new orders edicts. Whatever you wanna call these stupid things from our ridiculous mayor or governor gavin newsom in california. You can't be out after ten pm. Just just absolute authoritarian dribble. Well this is all over the country. People have had it with the lockdowns now again. We know that. Kobe cases are going up. Our deaths going up. That's not. That's not what i'm seeing. We know that ninety seven point five to ninety nine percent of people survived code and the people that don't usually have several other medical complications and they're usually elderly people meaning over the age of eighty roughly. But we've decided to wreck our economy. Just shut down everything. Destroy livelihoods pin- people into lives of depression and alcoholism and drug abuse and terrible things. Well the people have had it. And i for one. I'm on the side of the people that you have to make some decisions in your own life as you guys know. So i'm gonna show you two videos here and they're both pretty spectacular. The first one is just is just remarkable so this is out of buffalo new york where the buffalo wing was invented. And i've spent a little time in buffalo over the years chilly. But it's a great town and watch what happened here when government. Regulators are the middlemen. These are the foot soldiers of these people who put out these crazy regulations in the case in new york andrew. Cuomo the governor. Let's see what happens when health department officials and the sheriff show up at a local business in buffalo new york people actually the money and they go on luther lightning. I've lost friends who've killed themselves. I've seen clients die because they've lost their livelihood. I'm sorry to hear that. I know you are and i'm just a mess. Said some compassion for the people that have lost everything. We don't have compassion for people. Okay well you need to go have compassionate oakland park on private property. This is private property. This is private property as private property. One thousand man. This is private property. Do not want it here. So do your jobs well. Her job is no no your job removed. They're not she had not and be wearing mouth. Don't worry about my health. My health is in your conservative. Be wearing a mosque. Is okay then then jail jail so long. Believe trust best without a warrant now trespassing. You're not asked to war. We're gonna come back with a warrant or go right alongside know. Go on your behalf. So wonderful really like it could be boring. We reported you know what. I don't know you need to know your accuser. Go get a warrant in you. Don't get the highway does not circumvent subvert the constantly. Okay need to leave again man. Ladies and gentlemen that right there is what america is all about i. I am proud. Like i have a feeling of pride while watching that video. That is what it is all about standing up to authoritarian governments and middle management people who have never created anything and who are trying to control. You beat there's some beautiful lines in there so first off one of the guys that comes in says they're just doing their job. They're just doing their job as if they're not the bad guys right. They're just doing their job. You know what the nazis used to say when they would put nazis on trial the nuremberg trials and after the holocaust after world war two they would put nazis on trial and almost everybody would say. I was just following orders. Doesn't that sound an awful lot. Like oh i'm just doing my job. He's just doing his job. That that is how evil spreads evil doesn't spread because everyone suddenly becomes evil evil spreads because people good people just stop thinking good people just start turning on their neighbors. Good people start thinking that they should have power over other people so so these people who stood up to defend their business i. I don't know their names. Maybe we can find out a little bit more but these are true. American heroes these are patriots and what this was making me think. And they got rid of them like they got them out of there and basically those regulators. I'm not even saying they're bad people who aren't thinking and they're just doing their job their job of nothingness and by the way the beautiful thing when the owner there at the beginning was saying this thing about about people have died. Well it's it's beautiful because he's trying to show you the human cost of this nonsense. People are dying because of lockdown people. That are depressed. people are angry. people are scared. Were breaking. We're breaking social human moments and we have to fight that the beauty of that is that we need to start talking about it. We need to start pushing back against these. These mid management. These are people who have accomplished nothing. And who will never accomplish anything. And they're using the power of the government to come in and stop good. People who have built things created things restaurants and stores and jobs and businesses and livelihoods. Were letting them come in and and basically try to stop them from doing that. Tell them i nobody. That's ever done anything. But i'm gonna tell you how to live your life and americans are pushing back and it really is a beautiful thing and it was making me think you know. Maybe maybe what the next version of the tea party is. I'm talking about the original tea party. No taxation without representation. Well maybe it won't be a massive worldwide or nationwide move. Maybe it won't be that but maybe it will be these little tea parties these little parties that we will start springing up in all of these different little cities where people will stand up for themselves. We've seen business people in brooklyn do it now. We're seeing it in buffalo. We've seen it in texas. We've seen it in tennessee where people will say no more of this and the only way that this thing has power is if we all give it power so even here in los angeles. The sheriffs were saying that they weren't going to back gavin newsom order to lock people in their homes at ten pm. That's how we fight back. These people only have power over us if we grant them that power if we give them that power so that that's a little beautiful thing there and i hope that these micro tea parties just keep stopping up. Jeff just keep happening and what would be beautiful about that. is it. Gives you the power back. Then you decide what you want to happen in your home and in your business and at your school in your local community. Imagine that personal responsibility. I know i know i'm just crazy. Okay so let's show you another video now. I have to warn you hear people. There's going to be an f. bomber to because this comes straight added jersey. Okay everything about video is why. I freaking love new jersey. It's why i love the sopranos. It's why i love the northeast and all of that stuff so this is a woman taking this video. She saw the governor of new jersey at a restaurant. And i will unpack it a bit afterwards. Because i don't like the idea of people assaulting people while they're at restaurants right. We've played videos of this where people are screaming at people and actually acting violently throwing things at them and firecrackers all sorts of stuff. So you should never do anything violently That goes without saying. But i do think there is a difference between a telling a public official. What what you want to say to them versus doing it to a random private citizen who's just out out to dinner in any event. Let's watch this video from this week and over in new jersey. I dick having family. In the meantime you're having all kinda bull no matter of fact you can go fuck yourself. Has that gone because there ain't nothing wrong with trump. Likes know thank you. I did about some colorful language. They're like that to me is like just such a great example of new jersey like people standing up for themselves now first off. Let's be clear. So patrick murphy is is the governor of new jersey now. They've had all sorts of crazy. Lockdowns underestimate so technically technically. What he's doing there was not breaking his own laws and regulations because he was sitting at a table. so had. I believe you allowed to sit at a table. That's why these restaurants are open right now. The funny part is he obviously starts feeling guilty by the end because then he puts the mask on but he's sitting with his family table. There's no reason to wear the mask now. Colorful language aside. Like i just love the like balls on that woman right like just just you or not better than me. You were not better than me. I'm going to say what. I'm going to say. What i wanna say right. You're such a dick. That's what she says it's kinda great and then what appears to be son is like oh no. Dad loves trump. My dad loves trump is like come all this is also a stupid but then so the family members start putting the masks on as if they've done something wrong by his own regulations. I suppose that they haven't melk of people verbally. Going after people at restaurants and public places and all of those things and i've talked about why we can't have that like it will. It will unfurled the bonds of society. If we're just constantly assaulting people verbally certainly physically and everything else. I do think there's a little bit of a difference when it's a public person who's putting these things so might. It have been better if these women had politely. Welcome up and said oh you know. Governor murphy were citizens of new jersey. And we're really not happy with the lockdowns blah blah blah. Yeah it might have been wouldn't have gone as viral and you know these these are jersey ladies and you gotta love him for it but again. This is what i mean. By the the sort of micro tea party version of this stuff. People are being brave. These are the types of video. You're not going to see that buffalo video on cnn. You're not gonna see this jersey video on cnn. If anything maybe that that humpty dumpty buffoon brian stelter will show this video sort of imply that jersey people and trump supporters are all racist white supremacists or something because they would add it in a weird way. But i just think it's important to show you guys these things so that you feel a little more courage in your own life to to stand up for what ever you believe in as as i always say even if it's not what i believe in okay gonna do one more for you because i thought this was just sort of a perfect example of how crazy everything is and how when we talk about why. Social justice is wrong and intersection is wrong. And everybody's a nazi is wrong. In trump supporters or racist is wrong when we talk about these things. These aren't just like micro things. These are actually really macro things that are being embedded into society at the highest levels. So over the weekend i was around on my phone for a few minutes and i saw promoted tweet a promoted tweet by peacock. Tv which is nbc new streaming network. I don't have it. I've never seen it but they're obviously putting money into it. They started a digital network right. That's great. They started their own digital network and they're financially promoting things that's how it got into my time and i saw this video of a comedian. I suppose she's a comedian. I've never heard of her before. And as you'll see. I don't think there's much comedy going on here but a comedian by the name of amber ruffin. I have nothing against her. Actually but i am going to show you this clip and then we're going to unpack it a little bit and you see you. Let me know if you think something is wrong with this. So this is a clip from the amber ruffin. Show talking about what you should do. This thanksgiving ever since the election. There's been a lot of talk in the media online. And maybe even in your white families group chat about how it's time to reach out to republicans who are upset about the election about how it's important to build bridges to trump supporters and to find common ground with them and i just wanted to let each and every person out there know that you one hundred percent absolutely do not have to do that in all honesty. I would suggest you don't and here's why. Trump supporters are racist and if you create a space for racists to thrive they will and is something you want truly can cindy come over to your house and be like mexicans because of so you are providing a safe place for her racism to flourish. Don't be like that giving a racist. Your time and energy is like giving a seed water and light. It helps them grow into a flower. But not a normal flour one of those terrifying flowers from little shop of horrors. You don't owe them anything especially forgiveness. Because it's okay if you don't forgive them for what they've done. Separating families empowering white supremacists bringing back kid rock. your sympathy and empathy are important and necessary gifts. But you don't have to give those gifts away at the expense of your humanity. It is not a white elephant party with your office. It's a red elephant party and all of their gifts are bad. And hey black people so if you needed someone to tell you this here goes you. Do not have to go to their weddings. And you do not have to invite them to yours. Your uncle isn't weird. Weird uncles have eyepatches until ghost stories. Your uncle is racist and if he has an eye patch. You have a weird uncle who was also a racist and whatever. We can have thanksgiving together again. You don't have to go and if you do go you can tell everybody that uncle apache ain't shit now to be clear i'm not saying anything radical. I'm not saying burn it down yet but really. I'm not saying cuss everyone out. I'm just saying you don't have to be sweet to everyone. Kindness is your gift to dole out as you see fit and i really want you to hear this searching for the good in someone who thinks nothing of you is how they condition us to become accustomed to being treated like shit. Don't become accustomed to being treated like shit. You don't have to be nice to trump supporters. You don't have to find ways to get close to them in fact you shouldn't get close to them because they're probably not wearing a mask. They deserve to lose them. They lost and they're allowed to be sad but you're allowed to laugh at them because after all the things they did to us. This shit is funniest hail okay. I'd like to declare here on november. Twenty third twenty twenty. That comedy is officially dead because there was nothing funny there it was actually kind of scary and gross and now i want to be clear. I don't know amber often. I'd never heard of amber ruffin before this. The only reason i'm playing this clip is because nbc. Which is a giant corporation. That has a lot of influence a lot of control over your lives the messaging that you hear in news and entertainment everything else. They're putting money behind that like major money behind that show. I guarantee you that whatever. The budget is for that show for a year. That is significantly more than the budget is for this show that i run here okay. Now that's well and good. And i'm not controlled by anybody and that's wonderful but the point is that giant corporations in a weird way have now decided that hating people. It's not just calling everybody racist but that was like that was all in effect if you wanna talk about hate speech. Congratulations you got it right there. Because she's telling you hate half the country and it's and it's just awful so you know what i did. I rewrote that speech. Just a bit of it i paraphrased. It made it a little more succinct. And did the way that i would do it. And i'll leave it up to you guys to decide which one is better which one is a more effective way for us to live in a pluralistic society. So i'm gonna do this. And then i'm going to say goodbye to you so here we go. This is me making amber ruffin speech decent crazy ever since the election. There's been a lot of talk in the media online. And maybe even in your family's group chat about how it's time to reach out to republicans who were upset about the election about how it's important to build bridges to trump supporters and to find common ground with them and i just wanted to let each and every person out there know that you one hundred percent absolutely should do that in all honesty i would suggest you do because trump supporters are not racist. If you do so you're providing a safe place for unity to flourish. Give your family time and energy. Forgive one another for what they've done. Sympathy and empathy are important. And you should give them away so if you needed someone to tell you this here it goes. You should go to thanksgiving with family members that you disagree with. You should go to their weddings and you need to invite them to yours. You're weird. Uncle is not a racist. I'm not saying anything. Radical here and happy thanksgiving all right guys. I hope you see that. That message is something that nbc. Maybe should be pushing. But i have no hope for nbc but the point is understand who the people are that. Want tolerance and diversity and who are the people that just trade in it as part of their gripped. I think you can see. What's what reminder guys we just put up part one of my interview with comedian nicole arbour she is ab. -solutely freaking spectacular. If you have not seen a check it out. She's just great. The full episode is already up at ruben. Report dot com. She's an actually funny comedian. 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Severe Weather & Flooding in the Northeast-Thousands Without Power & Basic Supplies Like Food and Water

KILF Morning New Podcast

05:33 min | 2 weeks ago

Severe Weather & Flooding in the Northeast-Thousands Without Power & Basic Supplies Like Food and Water

"The eagles didn't have permission for the photo of the hotel. And the hotel california album. No that story's coming up. Med wallace moton rock-n-roll history at seven fifty five forty one right now as we were telling you a few minutes ago. the northeast got Severe weather and the last couple of days because of Well the remnants of what was hurricane ida and Some really bizarre reports of flooding in the streets of new york city among other things things. Here's a fox. News radio's tanya j powers to bring us up to date Tanya you live in new york good morning tell us about it. Yeah good morning. Yeah it was kinda scary here last night. I mean the wind and the rain Just was not like something. We're used to here I i will tell you. I mean i spent my entire life In the south. Before i moved here eight years ago so i'm not a stranger to. Hey everybody there's a tornado warning. Let's all get into topic. Put a mattress over our head However i can tell you last. Night was the first time since i have moved here that i look at my tv. And it says if you're in the bronx or manhattan take cover now in all caps That's a little bit. That's a little bit weird To to have here Obviously yeah we did. We played it all safe but it was the flooding that this has dumped on the rain that has brought about the flooding that happened here and in new jersey. I mean for for there to be a tornado in new jersey is kind of weird You know the fact that we've had all this flooding here is also not something that we're used to that amount of flooding in that short period of time Central park had more than three inches in one hour of rain. Which is very odd The national weather service has also never before had to issue a flash flood. Emergency for new york city that had to twice last night So that was something new we we also weren't used to having either At least eight people have died in new york city. There have been at least. I know there's at least one in new jersey. We were hearing ports. There may be more than that Still waiting on confirmation and more information on those. I mean it's just. It's extremely tragic there so far like i said in the nine across new york city area with and loving in new jersey to that the subway had to shut down because many subway stations were flooded. I mean there are pictures of people sitting on the cars in water. And i know there's images of you know trash in new york city just floating down a river of water yes Last night My daughter was leaving. work She works not too far from for our apartment and she was leaving work and she facetime and she said mom says water coming into our enduring. Inner front doors like under the door. And she's face timing. The and i'm looking. She's showing me like the sidewalk. Which at this point was covered. It was up to about half a little more than halfway up the wheel. Will the cars parked at the curb. And there's literally a big bag of trash that has floating by the front door as as she's like showing me the video of this It was it was just nuts. I mean there was there was all kinds of debris and trash. I went out earlier this morning to kind of get look at the neighborhood with in the in the light Some you know down you know limb small limbs nothing like you know blocking a road or anything like that But a couple of power lights out. Which is you know. That's kind of weird But yeah it it was. It was definitely something that we're not used to here in the northeast especially a tornado. Warning for manhattan. That that was that was a little scary. That is weird. I was new york. Hardest hit or the have similar problems in in boston philadelphia and those other cities. I know boston was getting some of that. Heavy rain this morning. I think there was a threat of tornadoes that had kind of gone along with it There and a friend of mine Jim mckay who i used to work with. He used to work here with me. He is up there working at one of the radio stations and without showing video early this morning of the of the rainfall there I don't think it has been s severe there but did they definitely have the threat of some some bad weather as well I think new jersey is where a lot of the power outages are. there are power outages You know in and around the city. I know up north of the city. There are some power outages in new jersey. There were this morning as well. So i mean You know it's it's it's still. It's a mess. There was there were places with nukes. You know had been blown off in new jersey last night Know there was a tornado was my outside philadelphia but it was in new jersey So yeah there's it it's just it's kind of been You know it's been surreal. We we normally you know. Expect this kind of stuff in tornado alley and and and you know i've covered tornados in the south and you know like i said live with with the whole tornado warning threat. All my life It's just that's just not something that we normally have here. All right The weather leaving now. Is it going to be better today. It looked better this morning. It was actually cool for the first time. And i don't know how long because it's been really hot here So hopefully will leave us with at least cooler temperatures to pick up the debris and everything But yeah a lot of a lot of cars with a lot of flooding damage and a lot of a lot of apartments with that as well. It's morning and like you said the subways had been suspended. So you know there's there's a lot to clean up or trying to thank you have a better day. There's thank you on your j. powers in new york.

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Biden's Pick At The Border

KILF Morning New Podcast

06:06 min | 5 months ago

Biden's Pick At The Border

"Do you own or rent your home. Sure you do. And i'll bet it can be hard work you know what's easy bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Its geico easy. Visit geico dot com. Today that's geiko. dot com. President biden has settled on a pick to lead the customs and border protection unit. Fox's tanya j powers joining us now to tell us more good morning on good morning all right jealous about who this person is and what he has to well. He is chris. Magnus who is the tucson police chief currently he The pick by the president to head of customs and border protection He has a long record of public safety service. He started in lansing michigan in nineteen. Seventy nine he has also served as chief of police in north dakota as in fargo as well as richmond california before he joined the to the tucson police force as she in twenty sixteen. This is a senate confirmed positions so there will be hearings and likely a lot of questions about his record as police chief in these various and sundry assign but i would imagine. Since he's police chief in tucson he has run into numerous border issues How is he come out on these border issues. And how does he plan to address. What's going on now. you're exactly right. That's a matter of fact. One of the white house officials said that That's one of the reasons that he was chosen For this to you know because a par partly because of his efforts to to reform police departments as well as Policing a city that's close to the. Us mexico border By the way he is kind of seen as an interesting because he's not a veteran of the customs and border protection agency. he's been called a progressive police chief. Who is promoted community policing efforts Thing as far as You know how he's going to be received and and and what's going to be asked of him i would. I would expect a lot of questions from the especially the republican senators Magnus is known for being a critic of the former presidents anti-immigration policies. So i would expect a lot of questions about that. Tanya thank you very much. Fox's tanya j powers course keep in mind that that position is a highly bureaucratic and that you know the customs and border protection agency is At the at the beck and call of the president primarily. I wonder if he'll visit the border. Well he kind kinda lives. They're not right now are from there. He may be moving to washington. Who if if he gets confirmed who enough this next door. He is fascinating to me. Pentagon scientists are working inside a secret of unit to set up at the height of the cold war have created a microchip to be inserted under the skin which will detect covid nineteen infection. Cool and they've it has a revolutionary filter. That can actually remove the virus from the blood when attached to a dialysis machine. Whoa now let me ask you what this inserted mama's what i'm going to ask you. It sounds like it's from. You know science fiction movie that i'm sorry you're not putting a chip under my skin. I don't know what else people to get the vaccine let alone chip that you're insert. What else is on that chip. May maybe it does what it says you do but it might do much more. I mean at some point. Our personal privacy asked to become you. Draw a line someplace and i think actually implanting something in your body might be the place to draw the line. Yeah i it's like. When was that we did a story. It was a while ago. It was probably years ago where there was a particular company that was inserting chips in their employ. Yeah you go in the snack room and pay for stuff right with wave your hand. Yeah and they weren't tracking you too much right after hours. And who knows tracking your your movements. Never no no. No no no no thanks. This is this is good Pfizer and madonna are both working on updates to their vaccines to protect against some of the more worrisome mutations of the virus and they're actually getting to a point where visor is going to start conducting. Trials is that mean that once they do that it'll be a new concoction so we all have to get back concoction. I don't know. I don't know if it would include you know what i'm saying. It might be that we would have to have a third shot but for people who have never have won it might it might serve as both might be the only one that they have to get. Yeah but i like this line here. Dr nadine rafael of emory university. Helping to lead the study of maderna's tweaked Vaccination she says we need to be ahead of the virus she said Realistically we wanna turn cove into a sniffle now. That would be good. Good idea meantime if you missed the breaking news at the top of the segment. The us is recommending pause and administration of the single dose. Johnson and johnson covid nineteen vaccine to investigate reports of potentially dangerous blood clots so we'll vaccination clinics will no longer be giving the single-dose shot so if you have an appointment at a federal clinic which you said was probably the at and t. r. thing federal a federal establishment because they haven't even I don't even think they've opened for business yet or are they just did this week. I'm sure you'll get some sort of notification or you know send an email or make a phone call to find out if you're still on track to get your shop run.

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What is Going On At The Border? And Spring Break In Florida

KILF Morning New Podcast

08:32 min | 6 months ago

What is Going On At The Border? And Spring Break In Florida

"Do you own or rent your home. Sure you do. And i'll bet it can be hard work you know what's easy bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Its geico easy. Visit geico dot com. Today that's geiko dot com a lot of political back and forth going on over what's happening the texas mexico border. Tell you one thing that. There's no love lost between president biden and texas governor greg abbott. They've been a slinging arrows at each other the last few days and now the white house over this issue and now the white house is sending some people down to the border to get a look at. What's going on and joining us now to tell us more about it. Fox's tanya j powers morning tanya all right so what is going on. what's coming up. Well this visit actually happened on saturday. They were kind of mum about the details and everything for safety purposes or whatever but this actually took place on saturday the security of the secretary of homeland. Security leandro yorkers led the team President biden had asked him to go down there and before back on the influx of unaccompanied minors that are making things at the border The secretary was joined by domestic policy advisor. Susan rice they went to a border patrol facility as well as a refugee resettlement facility This is you know like i said at the president's directive to go down there and get more information so i've been seeing a lot of stuff on twitter you're dan crenshaw the congressman of texas He's posting videos of himself flying over the border and a helicopter walking along the border saying like look. This is a problem. Look how easy it is for for migrants specifically these children. They get across. I mean what's the biden administration's viewpoint on on what's going on at the border right now part of that. I think part of the reason that they want people to go down there and get is on it Especially you know like i said. The secretary The influx of people to come across the border has actually been increasing over the last year. It has steadily increased april twenty twenty. So this is not a new like in the recent. You know few weeks or something sort of thing. Apparently this has been going on for for a while now. according to the reporting we've got with the The folks doing visit this weekend. They talked about the capacity needs You know the number of intercompany children and families coming to the border The challenges with rebuilding the infrastructure there at the border and improvements that are going to have to be made as far as You know processing and sheltering and you know putting unaccompanied children and their families with with families our sponsors when they come across or come to the border to cross You know this is what goes without saying as you mentioned Well the lawmakers there it goes without saying this is going to be a huge deal The run up to the twenty. Twenty two midterms. I think we can all kinds of guarantee that well sounds like The the administration's being kind of quiet about this visit. And maybe what their intentions are. But i can tell you that people here in texas are a little bit concerned especially after governor abbott. Said you know what they're bringing people in across the border Illegal illegal immigrants and turn them loose without even giving them a cove intest Is that is that true. And is it being addressed. That is a good question. I'm not sure the answer to that question. Honestly you'd be in a better place to to tell me that I have heard that same reporting but as far as like anything that i have to cooperate. I don't all right tonya. J powers from fox news. Thanks so much for joining us as always you hope you have a great rest of your morning again. Tanya j powers from fox news dallas is quite a distance away from the border. So it's a little tough all the way down there and get a pulse on the ground. Well yeah but still. I mean it's question that you ask it does doesn't necessarily expect a reporter to have an answer to yeah love. Criticizing her at all no the dan crenshaw thing is fast because he's been so active on twitter lately what i mentioned with him he he literally got in a helicopter and flew over the border to show you how unmanned it is if you go to his twitter at dan crenshaw texas and you could actually get a really good visual look right there. You see they go. There's mexico and now they're in america like you can actually watch it. It's pretty insane to watch it happen. Well it looks like most. Americans are warming up to the idea of getting a covid nineteen vaccine. Now it i started. Everybody was going. No no not me. I'm going to wait and see how the rest of y'all do if you're not dropping like flies. Maybe i'll consider it. Well we're not dropping like flies. As a matter of fact out of. I think it's more than seventy million now. Americans have been vaccinated there have been Let's see. I think if i think the exact number is yes zero. Deaths from for people getting the vaccine. Do you think it was more of what you just said of. People being scared old. I wanna see if people as ernie put turn into a giant hunk of cheese after you get the vaccine or was it possibly political thing because the first out of the vaccine started coming out under the trump administration you know is there is there. Maybe even though they're the pretty much the same vaccines right. Is it possible that a lot of people were skeptical because trump name was on it. Well i think there's that but also because it was a seemingly developed so fast they were gonna wait a minute. It takes up to ten years for a vaccine to be developed in in approved and even though we had the explanation People are just very hesitant now. I also think there's another factor in here that really interest me and that's the social factor is when people look around. This is i think this is part of the deal with my wife. She's understanding first of all she wasn't going to get vaccinated but she understands number one It's likely that she's gonna have to have a vaccination if she wants to go anywhere. Yeah you know if you wanna travel you wanna get on a plane especially if you're gonna go international travel which we were planning on doing and the other thing is that she started understand nature of the threat you know the deaths and the and the people being hospitalized and so forth but on top of that as i say the social aspect is people looking around going. Well everybody i know is getting vaccinated. And they're pretty excited about it. Kinda feel left out or or maybe even kind of the other side of that. Coin your round a group of friends and there's like ten of you and nine of them have been vaccinated and not you and they're like what's wrong with you know. Why are you jerk society. Not hitting back. That's another social that exists. There's another aspect. Meanwhile in florida spring break has begun. And these kids. Don't care about kobe. Did this story. Last year beaches all over again and each's are just crammed with young hot bodies drinking and sweeten and celebrating and saying things like. Oh you know. Forget it kobe. Cova what are you gonna do. We actually pull those audio clips is exactly a year ago from today. We were talking about this. What's weird about this version of the story. Though dave is that one of the most popular beaches in florida for spring break in fort lauderdale. It's called the wharf fort lauderdale. They've upped their age requirement. So now you have to be twenty three or older for if you're from out of state to go to this beach only if you're from out of state we could make sense. I mean floridians live there anyway. What are they gonna do you know. Why twenty three yeah. That's what i was gonna has. Ra come up with that particular number. I tried thinking of okay. Me versus twenty one in verse twenty three. Those are two very different. Scott's i think that The twenty-three-year-old scott was out of college. I was in grad squalls. Finishing up my master's master's degree scott and twenty one year old. Undergrad scott is very different. People yeah yeah. Yeah you conceivably you were a little more mature and a little a little more careful about things. I just put two and two together. I know exactly where that twenty three. You said it when you're twenty three. You probably starting your first year on the job as a real adult right. So you're probably not on a spring break right. So that's i mean if you're a grad student you don't consider yourself one of the children in college anymore. You're studying for some major test or your dissertation in your ohrel's or whatever fear group breakdown guess right interesting stuff.

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Should Florida Lower The Flag For Rush?

KILF Morning New Podcast

09:18 min | 7 months ago

Should Florida Lower The Flag For Rush?

"Do you own or rent your home. Sure you do. And i bet it can be hard work you know what's easy bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Its geico easy. Visit geico dot com. Today that's geico dot com jurisprudence wondering. How many texans have actually already been vaccinated right. Covert four and a half million merely that many. Yeah wow out of pocket. Total population to twenty nine million. And when you consider the fact that of the twenty nine million a lot of our kids and a lot of them are ineligible to get the vaccines right now. So that's not bad. that's not bad. We're moving on it as i mentioned earlier. a parkland hospital. I only know this. Because that's where i got my first shot. That's where i'm going later this week for my second shot They sent out the information to people who you know and they said they've they've vaccinated more than one hundred thousand at parkland alum so kind of kind of interesting. I get my next shut next week. Yeah so that'll be good. Kinda strange controversy dance again. We can probably be in the same room again. Up company allows it kind of strange controversy brewing in florida and it has nothing to do with covid nineteen rather it has to do with whether or not the flag should be lowered to half staff at the passing of rush limbaugh well. The governor ordered that but some democrats are rejecting the idea and joining us now with the latest fox's tanya j powers. Good morning tiny morning. I gotta tell you guys. I m a little bit jealousy l. into shot really. Glad y'all have a that's amazing. Yeah you know what after getting that. I was very excited. And i've everybody. I've talked with who who has gotten at least the first shot. Everybody's saying the same thing. I'm really excited. I mean it's not just not just relieved. It's excited the night before. I had a little trouble going to sleep. I felt like a kid on christmas eve. Weird that's that's fantastic. I'm very glad to see that. You guys have those and i look forward to hearing about your second as well all right. Tell us what's going on there. In florida with governor and so forth there was some slam about this Because governor rhonda santa's said that he was going to he wanted to honor Rush limbaugh of course. The the recently departed he. He died last week And there was a lot of a lot of controversy over putting the flags statewide in florida at half staff. Of course rush limbaugh You know a long time whether the of palm beach and that is you know the reason for those kind of in this He had said that he was gonna do this statewide then. He announced yesterday that he was going to direct the us. In florida flags to be phone at half staff at the palm beach county courthouse in west palm beach the city city hall of fame beach and the state capital tallahassee from sunrise to sunset today So the whole thing kind of came up when there was a four to agricultural commissioner who is the only statewide elected democrat She basically told all the state offices under her direction to disregard the governors of you know action that the the lower the tiller where the flags at half staff And that's kind of where all the The flap started. Was you know you had not only heard but there were some mayors. That said you know. I really don't wanna do this either. so again it's kind of been walked back a little bit Where you know. It's mainly the the palm beach county. Courthouse the city of palm to palm beach and The state capital in tallahassee. So it doesn't sign sound like there's any sort of consequences if people don't comply sh no there doesn't seem to be any kind of consequence at issue was whether you know the governor could could do this. There used to be When they gave the you know the directive as far as the flag law in florida it used to say that you know this could honor Law enforcement and and people like that and prominent citizens will the prominent citizens part was sort of the sticking point that guidance was actually updated In the first term of former governor. Rick scott which does not mention prominent citizens but it says that you know the approval for displaying. The flags at half staff still was is with the governor so still kinda went back to whatever to santa donors wanted to do in the past He has had the flag flagstone. Half for Law enforcement officers killed in the line. You ain't navy members that were killed in the mass shooting in pensacola and also Supreme court justice ruth bader ginsburg. So it kind of been along those lines where it was like. Okay these are you know. Cut and dry sort of cases you know First responders or a court justice something like that kinda fell under the other sort of you know gray area that prominent citizens might have covered but since that was taken out again he kind of it just goes back to whatever the governor really wants to do you know it seems to me that This is one of those symbolic ideas. That i don't much care for one way or the other but it doesn't seem like a big deal but i think you could make an argument that there there are two reasons for lowering the flag Out of respect for For people who have given their lives or or done great provide a great public service and also just out of morning. Just you know sad to see somebody go and you know we a little the sign of a of respect and love so. I guess you could make that argument. I'm wondering if anybody has raised the issue that well. He's got the presidential medal of freedom. Yeah i'm sure somebody. I'm sure somebody has used that as an argument that they will. Why not you know. Because this is that he was honored in that way You know it really. It just boils down to basically what whatever the governor wants to do about it. I mean as far as the way. The law reads I do think it's interesting that he kind of Clarified this to be a little bit more stale down than you know. They want offices all right tonya. Thanks so much for joining us this morning. We do appreciate be. Get your shot soon. Yeah me and you both j powers with fox news knowing rush as i did. I can tell you that he would. He would find this whole thing pretty funny at least publicly on the air he would be he would be saying now. Come on. don't don't be don't be ridiculous is silly. I'm not worthy of that and You know he'd make fun of it. But personally i think he'd be really embarrassed at the whole thing was taken place. The whole commerce. Yeah or that they even propose this in the first place and people have no idea. And there's no reason you should if you didn't know the guy personally just by listening to him on the radio. I know i've told people this. And they they think you know like i'm on drugs or something as he was. He was not only humble. He was really shy and really nice. You say yes. That doesn't surprise me because your air persona is many times different from who you are in your private life. Well i think a lot of people tell you that the psychology involved there is that you're compensating for your personal shortcomings or what you view as your personal shortcomings. Year inability to engage in public discussions and so forth. I know everywhere we go when we're allowed to go anywhere Caroline always conducts the basis of the the bulk of conversations with. She's very outgoing. And it's so comforting to me. I all i have to do is talk. Speak when spoken to talk to your head. If i got something to add to the conversation but i don't feel like it's all a burden for me. I don't have to carry the ball and russia's that way he was just very shy and it's and yet we sit and talk on the radio for hours on rye but there's no one in the room with us other than that's another thing i used to is to get invited to speak before you know optimus clubs and that kind of thing you've talks to various organizations and so forth and i would do it but i would do. I would practically sick to my stomach the before you do it and so i finally just stopped doing it when i stopped doing it. It was because oh look at the clock doing this. This is because. I actually got to a point where i was on my way to one of these things and i around and left and i didn't show up and i got stop. I gotta stop accepting these invitations.

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An Inside Job?

KILF Morning New Podcast

06:03 min | 8 months ago

An Inside Job?

"Hey dallas fort worth. It's glenn beck and join me from nine till noon from studios right here in the metroplex on real news and information five seventy. Klif forty one k. l. i have. It's really getting to me. This pronoun madness. Yes as your word guy. Well it's not just that i mean. Come on yeah you know if all right. Here's the story i know i ran across On user which is an aggregate of news. They take other people's news stories and they rewrite them a good job of it but they need to go back to grammar. Here's the story. I'm just read it to you okay. A student who failed to wear their masks properly filled their university entrance exam in japan is they didn't wave where their mask. We see. maybe they didn't know the sex asleep. This this. The age and sex of the student involved was not made public. I don't care why you just say a student who failed to wear a mask properly right right. Baylor university entrance. Don't even use them have now you don't have to you. Don't have to say they write. For god's sake look if you look i don't i don't care if you find he and she offensive. Fine go ahead and invent another pronoun. I'll use it but you can't use payrolls. Okay i'm no. That's a pet peeve of mine go there's a number of other pet peeves of mine as well but we won't get into that right now because we have tanya j powers on the line and she tell us what's going on in washington. Dc as far as security is concerned in fact things are so tight that the pentagon is now worried. There may be an insider attack. Well that is one of the things that they're telling them to be on the lookout for The army secretary ryan mccarthy press on sunday they are conscious of the potential threat Having they're having them you know feted Closely about twenty five thousand members of the national guard are going to be in dc For this event from across the country You know they are saying that they want them to be. You know vetted that they have told commanders to be on the lookout for any problems. Ranks as the inauguration gets closer. He says they have not seen any evidence of credible threats And the you know officials said they had you know. The vetting has not flagged issues yet at this point but it kind of goes hand in hand with reporting from late last night when the washington post that the fbi has privately more law enforcement agencies that far-right extremists have discussed posing as national guard members in washington that they've been reviewing maps of potential sensitive areas securitywise In how they could be. Those areas could be used to interfere in security for the inauguration. stuff like that so they're concerned about both lone wolves and Folks who adhere to cunanan ideology They are. they're worried about this kind of stuff. And so that kind of sort of dovetails into the vetting that they're also doing so tiny. I am on the impression no doubt. They're very much concerned about security and the possibility of some nefarious actor anywhere in the near the capital. Right now i mean not just a national guard members but anybody who who who works in a nearby office building or people who are just arriving by air. I mean it strikes me at fox. News has done a great job of kind of walking a tighter. You just said that That this is one of the things that they're doing it. But the implication that we're getting from this story is that they they believe a member of the national guard is involved in plotting some horrible play and it just smacks of sensationalism. The way the story has gotten blown up. Well according to the The army secretary. I mean they did know that service members from across the military were at the the rally on january six It's not clear how many there were or if they did participate in the breach at the capital They also seen so a couple of the current active duty. National guard members who have been arrested in connection with the capital breach That is probably one of the reasons that they're they're going to you know. Extreme measure of betting them You know they. They know a lot. More of the inside chatter than i do. I can only report was reportable. course but yeah they apparently think there's good reason to do this or or they you know i've never heard of them doing this before ever You know looking at our at our troops that way. But i can see where it would. It would really get you know. A lot of people riled up about it though. I i read a report. And i forget where it was it. Reporters are arming themselves with gas masks and bulletproof vests and things like that. Is that really happening. Among you and your your reporter friends Let me be clear. I'm not in dc. Rachel sutherland is indecent. I'm in new york but Yeah i do know of. I do know several journalists who have armed themselves to be safe To to make sure that they're okay. Because i mean we saw what happened during the january. Six right at the capitol. I mean the the the folks turned on the press as well. I mean it wasn't shocking to see it was shocking to see but it was not. It was not surprising to me to see You know. They destroyed their equipment. They you know threatened them. They i mean. In one instance. There was a report from a new york times Photographer that was in the capital at the time taking pictures and everything and they basically were about to attack her. She was forced to get on her hands and knees on the ground and then finally one of them was like wait. Wait wait don't do that. You know you know we don't. We don't wanna hurt people. But yeah there's there's definitely a threat to To life and limb breezy time. There all right. Thank you very much. Tanya j powers from fox news.

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Things You Should Know if You are Traveling For Memorial Day Weekend

KILF Morning New Podcast

06:17 min | 4 months ago

Things You Should Know if You are Traveling For Memorial Day Weekend

"Not going very far. It's too uncomfortable. i'm in a hurry. Sometimes i just forget. There's no such thing as a good excuse for not buckling up. You're not only putting yourself at risk of injury or death. He could also cost you lots of money. Cops are writing tickets so why take the risk. Do the smart thing and start buckling up every trip day or night. Click it or ticket paid for by nitsa. Seven fifty five bid is friday. And that means we've got new movies opening and There's a sequel at least one. That's can't remember the name of this one where they had Creatures from outer space or something that For killing people with sound you might remember. Remember seeing that i thought it was kinda good anyway. Franks we techs take a look that and also the new movie called crew allah about crew eligible and of course there's a news ambi- flick because we haven't had one in in. I don't know couple days now. All right it is seven thirty nights. Seven forty at klif. Amy's got the day off. I'm dave williams covid restrictions lifting all over the country and that means memorial day weekend. Probably look a little bit different this than it did last up to say the least. More americans are hitting the road and Tanya j powers joining us from fox news in new york to tell us what we might expect this three day weekend or four days. If that's what you've got good morning tanya oh she's not here yet all right he well you know probably the traffic bill cosby has been denied parole and will not be granted a release from his prison cell in pennsylvania. Cosmi who is eighty three has served more than two years of his three to ten year prison sentence for drugging and molesting andrea constand the end there have been dozens of other women who claimed that he did the same thing but they were never brought to trial and The board of prisons aaron pennsylvania determined that cosby failed to develop a parole release plan and needs to participate in and complete additional institutional programs. He's supposed to complete a treatment program for sex offenders and violence prevention. And he hasn't done so it must also received favourable recommendation for parole from the department of corrections and the board will determine if he has maintained a clear conduct record for the duration of his incarceration. Still can't get over. The fact bill cosby been in prison for two years accused for several years for five years. Still can't get over it all right back to tanya j powers now with fox news joining us from new york to tell us what we might expect in terms of. I guess sort of a back to normal memorial day weekend morning. Tanya ain't good morning yeah this is gonna look way more normal than last year. did Last year you know there was way way way down this year. We're expecting about thirty seven million people to travel fifty miles or more away from their home according to aaa they keep up with this. Sort of stuff They said this is up about sixty percent from last year Last year only about twenty three million of us traveled That is the lowest on record since aaa started. Keeping up with this in two thousand actually So most people are going to be doing are gonna be driving. Are they going to be flying. Or what i'm we'll aaa keeps up with mainly the the driving stuff that's their. That's their bag but As far as the the number of people travelling by air air travel is expected to be up as well This is one of the two busiest days to depart. Yesterday was the other one. If you're traveling for the memorial day weekend The best days to come back. Or apparently i mean. I'm sorry the busiest days to come back on monday and wednesday. Apparently the best ones next tuesday so if you hurt isn't it it kinda yeah. I thought i thought that was worth skip a day. I don't know You know maybe people just decided you know what we're just. We're just going to go all the way to wednesday But apparently tuesday would your better bet with that The busiest airports The dallas when of course is at number four from the rankings. That i've seen obviously the busiest travel times. If you're planning to leave I guess either to leave or to return next week or those early morning flights. You know that's when you just gotta go stand with thousands of people in an airport just that so much during the pandemic who didn't really That's the time to go. Look that early morning flight and you and all of your fellow happy. Travelers will be there together. Donald j thank you very much and have a nice a nice long weekend yourself. There's time to j powers fox news in in new york ever just made a decision as your your. Your vacation is wrapping up. That has had such a good time. I don't want it to end okay. I'm not going to let it in my wife. And i have done that a couple of times at least twice Until we were about to drive back home from southern california or we took the kids to disneyland or gone. Yeah this has been great. I know let's go to the grand canyon. It's only six hundred miles from here so we did one time we were in. We were in an airport in honolulu getting ready to take off from hawaii after week together in hawaii. We had a nice time. We're sitting there in the airport waiting for our flight to be called and we just kept looking at each other going. I don't want to go. I got up and went to the phone had to pay payphone at the time called. My boss said hey. Can i have a couple more days so we just walked out of the airport. I think we re and those days they didn't charge you two hundred dollars a piece to re book to change your flight so what we did. It's it's pretty exciting when you do something like that. So if you're traveling please be careful today and through the weekend.

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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

3:01:00 hr | 11 months ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"In those role to vote people to walk into they have no idea they just taking numbers. They're writing down things. The workers and doing a lot of bad things this as a federal judge has denied an attempt by the trump campaign to stop the vote count in pennsylvania and state urging both sides to come to an agreement the lawsuit over accessed by observers. Tasked with watching the vote counting process in philadelphia. Republicans are complaining that election officials in the city. Which has a democratic mayor. Were ignoring a court order. They'd want earlier in the day to give them a closer view of the ballot. Counting lawyers for the city say observers had been allowed to be six feet away in line with that ruling u s district judge. Paul diamond suggested that each party be allowed sixty observers inside the pennsylvania convention center in downtown philadelphia. Where the final ballots are being counted and urged both sides to quote be responsible adults. That's fox's tanya j powers reporting meanwhile democratic presidential nominee joe biden speaking in wilmington delaware today about the surging corona virus cases all over the nation cases around the rise. Nationwide were nearing two hundred. Forty thousand deaths to two cohen. Our hearts go out to each and every family has lost a loved one to this terrible disease. The democratic nominee is also asking for patients as votes. Continue to be counted across the country. America is listening to fox news. This year is challenged businesses across the globe to be their most efficient which means every higher is critical. Indeed is here to help indeed dot com is the number one job site in the world because indeed get you the best people fast. Unlike other sites indeed gives you full control and payment flexibility over your hiring. You only pay for what you need. You can pause your account at any time. 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Burr jones quarterback who played ten years in the. Nfl is set to join us nine of those ten with the baltimore colts in a year. Then with the la rams and he won the nfl's mvp award. He was drafted with the second. Pick in the first round after an outstanding career at lsu and he is a member of the college football hall of fame and he grew up in little rushton louisiana population there about eighteen thousand. It was the home of louisiana tech nearby grambling state. And i'm always interested on how and why and where athletes grow up. Because i think it is something that indicates what they became later in. Life and one of the most famous moments in his career was nineteen seventy-two. Lsu ole miss game When he led lsu to a seventeen sixteen last second victory by hitting running back. Brad davis in the end zone for a touchdown and then right after that we are going to be talking some basketball with terry porter terry. Of course point guard in the nba for seventeen seasons. He was drafted in the first round by portland where he played for ten seasons and he also played for minnesota miami and san antonio and in the nba. He was the head coach with milwaukee and phoenix and he played his college ball at the university of wisconsin stevens point and he was coached by one of the all time. Great coaches dick bennett. Nba scouts began to notice porter for his tight. Defensive play stop hustle and deft shooting touch and he commented one time. I wasn't much good in high school. So the big schools didn't come after me. But i guess i've improved a lot at this point or ready to crank it up and when we come back bert. Jones joins us in you on sports. Byline this holiday season. The home depot invites you to cozy up by the fire and do some grilling with top. Rated grills from traeger weber. Next grow and masterbuilt lined up shined up ready for holiday cooking and lots of the weekends to calm. And don't forget bags of kingsford charcoal. 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Show sports byline usa. Here's ron bar. Jones joins us on sports byline quarterback who played ten years in the nfl nine with the baltimore colts and the la rams and he won the nfl mvp and he was drafted with the second pick in the first round after an outstanding career at lsu. And he's a member of the college football hall of fame. First of all you grew up in ruston louisiana population of about eighteen thousand the home to louisiana tech nearby grambling state. So take me back and tell me what it was like as a kid growing up there. Well it's just a great place to to grow up. of course i lived a different Oh upbringing than most people and My father was playing professional football for the cleveland browns or he was coaching for the cleveland. Browns and so summers were spent going At the end of the summer was spent going to hire mohalla and going to cleveland browns training camp and having a big time but russell's wonderful town like you mentioned has two great universities louisiana tech and grambling state and I've enjoyed Working on their campuses and working out on both of their respective campuses for my whole career and follow them to this day. What did you learn about the professional football player early just from observation as a kid. Well once again. Unique unique background in that It wasn't anything special. Everybody that my daddy knew or you know so. Many of my father's friends were professional football players. You know going up knowing auto. Graham dante lavelli make speedy out. Grand marion motley. I mean these are all household names and friends and then i grew up and found that. Hey those guys were really special. That just daddy's friends and teammates so Rose a lot of fun to to to get to know and be around all these folks. Was it hard for you. Burt to walk in the shadow of your dad who was established and outstanding professional player and then some of the other people that You know you had a chance to observe. Was her standard put on you. That might have been different from any other kid if there was a standard Placed on me. i didn't recognize it as it's One of seven children Five boys and two girls. We all kind of grew up with the same benchmarks and our family and we had to achieve in academic environment. Although i achieved just a little below that the rest of my family did and if we played sports or extracurricular activities that was okay but it couldn't interfere with the rest of your life So but you know my father. Being professional football grant just didn't really register that that was anything out of the ordinary matter of fact. The story is told when i was in the first grade. Mrs ball asked me what i was going to be. And i told her professional football playing. Of course that was rather unusual in about nineteen fifty nine or sixty. And then you know. Tv didn't have professional football so she said well what if you can't be what are you gonna be in my Answer was well. That is what i'm going to be. Which seems kind of weird. But that's the kind of way. I was programmed in that time of my life But having a father who was willing to assist you in the backyard was a wonderful thing never once in my whole career. Did my father ever say to myself or my four brothers. Y'all need to go practice. It's time for y'all to get better Supportive hand that said on the top row in the stands and never said anything and just enjoyed watching them play so very little to the not very little. No pressure to play Sports of any kind. While i was growing up. Just the added benefit that you just happened to have an exceptional athlete. Eating breakfast with you that if you wanted to play which certainly throw you the ball who put the label rust and rifle on you. That would be okay. Buddy davis he and paul manasseh. Who was the sports information director at at louisiana tech When my brother was playing When terry bradshaw was there then he came to lsu and buddy And paul manasseh said rushton rifle. I think it kind of cross because everybody knows that. I do enjoy the outdoors a lot. Was there any doubt at all that you'd end up at lsu especially since your dad had already gone there. Well actually there was probably a whole lot of doubt. my father out of rushton. Haskell did go to lsu but after his freshman year it was during the war and he ended up in the navy and the navy's school was to lane. And so daddy played for one year at lsu to lane as a player then went to two lane and beat lsu. I think he's the only man out there that has ever done that. And actually my father was named american nodded lsu but at two lane and he graduated from two lane and then went into pro ball So to lane had you know i. I have an affinity for tulane university now. Only did my father play an excel in sports there. But my mother's father was an all american a two lane in both baseball and football he was ambidextrous with pitchman game too. You know right handed. The next game left handed or actually pitched in the same game right and or left handed so he was gifted athlete. And that's what he did to pay his way through medical school He went to two lane and played. Sports let me ask you. Yes there was a chance that could have gone a number of places but lsu ended up being the best place that i could go Had the greatest venue the greatest place to go and so i have dearly loved the The fact that i did go to lsu and we had a wonderful time. Let me ask if this story is true against the wishes of lsu fans. You were forced to share quarterback duties with lions. Who quarter other quarterback because of your bickering with head coach. Charlie mcclendon over signal calling. Is that true. No that is not true Coach mcclendon did play. A two quarterback system actually played to almost full units Early on about five or six or seven years before. I got there. He had his starting quarterback get hurt and he didn't have anybody else place so He he made kind of a vow to himself into his team that he was totally dependent on one player at any one position. Dating all the way back to the chinese bandits the go team and What was the other team that won the national championship. The nineteen fifty eight. They played three different teams. They would rotate 'em in and out just like that. And so coach mcclendon had system that i when i was a sophomore shared. Time with buddy. Lee who is a senior seemed like i would be going in on third and ten most of the time share the time with him and then after my sophomore year my junior and senior year I share time with paul lands. Who is more of a running option type quarterback and i was more of the prototype pro quarterback And a passer at that time so it didn't. It didn't have anything do with the fact that that they were calling the plays instead of me. No that is not correct and yes. I did play in a two quarterback system that i think it was the best thing to happen. Probably not you know. I always go by the theory that you should have your best eleven men on the football field all the time but it was very effective and very productive for coach mcclendon. And that's the assistant he was comfortable with. And that's the system we played with. And i'm glad i got the chance to play the time to that in. We got about two minutes before we have to break here. You know you mentioned about the chinese bandits. I remember i was a young kid and when i watched. Lsu it was that name that was something special. Tell me about that group on defense. The chinese bandits. You know it was a little bit before. My time is crazy may seem. I didn't pay that much attention to college ball. Matter of fact. I didn't think about college football until i graduated from high school. Because all i could think about was the cleveland browns and how they were doing and how my friends and training camp gonna do without me during the winter so it was the starting realization. That college was what you had to do. Before you got to the pros that i ever start to think about lsu and and so forth. So i really. Wasn't that familiar with the chinese bandits and the white team and the go team But history tells that it was. It was the beginning of the multiple systems multiple player systems that we had when i played in a minute before we break here. Certainly your most famous moments came in that nineteen seventy-two lsu ole. Miss game. It you help lead lsu to a seventeen sixteen last-second victories. Everybody's still saying the clock malfunction for four seconds. Well it didn't malfunction. It just didn't start possibly on convenient for you. You know they ask me about it and as if it were my brother but it was really not. I think it was my second cousin. That was keeping the clock but it was a it was a good thing. And you know we wouldn't have that much to talk about because archie beating this many times that when we needed to break talking football with a man who had distinguished himself at lsu but also in the national football league is well. I was washington dc when he was up in baltimore plank. We'll talk about that. Nfl career as we continue across the country and around the world. Nice to have you with us. America's sports talk show sports byline. Have you written a book. 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Show sports byline. Usa here's ron bar. Jones joined us here on sports. Byline play ten years in the nfl. The nfl baltimore colts and a year with the l. A. and he won the nfl. Mvp did you have any idea where you were going to go in the year that you were drafted bert. I really did not have any idea other than there was a good bit of conversation Before the draft Who wanted me. And where i was going to go and and there was a lot of activity with baltimore colts but they they had their draft pink down the land and so they didn't think it was going to be possible. They worked diligently to to trade for the pig that the houston had which was the first pick So that they could draft me at the time and and so they've really just couldn't get it done and so they worked up to the almost the evening before the draft and then they're sitting there thinking well he's sten oilers back then. There was no such thing as free agency. So if you got drafted you were hung or had the obligation and opportunity to play for the same team until you were either traded or cut and sew houston at the time had to number one draft choices at the quarterback position on their team. They had dan passerini and lynn dickey. Both of those were number one draft choices by the houston oilers and so it didn't make a whole lot of sense to draft a third quarterback as number one On the team and so they were actively trying to trade it but They just never made the trade with the coast before and then the night before the trade. The colts traded A player to the new orleans saints and got the second pick and they were just betting on the com- that Houston would not draft me and so the second pick out houston drafted john mccain zaka big defensive tackle because they had two quarterbacks and then that gave me the opportunity to go to the baltimore colts. You know you're chosen by the colts to be the heir apparent tajani united as he was later traded to san diego. Of course and i. I would think that that would be some trepidation for a player coming in following a player like johnny. United's how did you look upon that situation where fortunately for me There was a year between john. United is not playing for the baltimore. Colts and me coming to the baltimore colts and never did i share John on the roster. Even though john was a dear friend until he dad Of mine and and i held him in house team and and he was just a tremendous player. A great gat and no and to be around But so we were never on the same team hours. Not the guy that replaced him. There was another quarterback between john and and myself come into play full for the baltimore colts so as as it related to that. I wasn't the guy that took his place. But yes. I was the guy that was going to fulfill the the position at quarterback when i did get drafted and it really didn't bother me at all because i was i mean he was great. A player is it was and so when somebody said bert jones is not a john unanimous or he's not john united shit or he is good or he's not good and use john in the same sentence what they didn't realize that they truly were just complimenting me because i'm talking about one of the greatest players in the history of the nfl and they're mentioning whether or not. I'm as good to see is that is a compliment. Didn't bother me that much. I knew that just through my experience that that we were players in different time and the different air plan the same position. We happen to be playing for the same team Did not take anything away. From john is the great player that was for the coast by me playing the same position later in life. I do that. You had replaced him directly. But i also knew that a lot of people expected you to be the guy that would fill. The shoes did so much as johnny did. I know that can be a daunting situation. Let me take one thousand nine hundred seventy six the regular season and it was reportedly your your finest season as you threw for over thirty one hundred yards you had a career. High twenty four touchdown you had a passer rating of one or two point five. And you're one of only three quarterbacks to otubo achieve a one hundred plus passing rating during the entire decade of the seventies roger. Starbuck being one and kenny. Stabler doing being the other. Tell me a little bit about what came together. And that seventy six season for you. Well we we. We had a great run. I mean seventy five is a great year. We went from in seventy four. We the last place team in the east and then and seventy five. We won nine straight games and and continued in one. The afc eastern Championship seventy six. We've matured a little bit more roger. Kerr came into play. He was playing so well. We we surprised a lot of folks with a lot of bait passes going All the way. I think roger had either two or three nine yard receptions In one thousand nine hundred seventy six so. He surprised a lot of folks slidell met. You was doing good and then running back and we had a defensive could sack a lot of folks and we were just we jennings at that time and it was a lot of fun and we had a great success. The only problem was in the seventies. There were two really good teams That seemed to win a of super bowl. One was the pittsburgh steelers and other is oakland. Raiders always ended up playing them in the playoffs. Yeah i was just going to ask you about the raiders. Some great rivalries. Everybody talks of certainly about the kansas city. Raider rivalry also the steeler rivalry. Tell me a little bit about those games. between you. And the oakland raiders. Well we didn't plan very much but We we played one game in the play offs and it ended up taking six quarters for them to ultimately went out. And i think it is either the longest of the second longest game in the history of the nfl. And and i still have nightmares about a pass or two that. I should have completed in in some some things that we should have done different. But you know if annan bus for sure going nuts with chris But it was a great game certainly for the spectators and it was a great way to participate in known as the ghost to the post. And it's not because the baltimore. Colts had dave casper are the ghost is because we try to defend him and we did not another nightmare. And i'm going to ask you what you remember. Most about it was october. Twenty six nineteen eighty game against the saint. Louis cardinals where you know. I hell to nfl rinker. I don't know if you knew that. What were they Most consecutive pass completions and most sex. One i'm talking about twelve of them and it broke the record of the time held by quarterback greg landry. What did you say to your team. If anything in the hana when getting pounded back there well you know there's not much to be said. I'm sure i was holding the ball a little bit longer than i possibly should have But it was just one of those days where you were you. Were in a lot of car wrecks that you had to deal with and that was a major part of your career as well An athlete especially one in a spotlight spotlighted position like quarterback. Tell me bert. How did you deal with that emotionally. And what is the biggest challenge when you are injured. And they seem to accumulate. Well i had a great career and then in nineteen seventy six and the last preseason game of seventy eight against detroit. I was tackled and and fell on my shoulder and and separated my shoulder and i should have done like roger staubach. Oh six or seven years earlier. Just stay at the whole season but Bad judgment on my part Possibly bad judgment Them not telling me not to not play But i went back in after four weeks or five weeks after second degree third degree separation of ac. Join them throwing arm. And i separated it again so instead of taking what should've taken you know. Ten to twelve weeks It ended up taking a year and a half. But after i got it well i played great and actually Probably i team was not near as good but my individual play and performance was probably best and in nineteen eighty and eighty one. We got about a minute left than i want to share with you. I don't know whether you've read this or not. Bill belichick said as a pure passer. I don't think i could put anybody ahead of bert jones. The success that he had in his ability to throw the ball as a pure passer and as an athlete would be hard to put anybody ahead of birch jones at that point in time and earning a coursey of course a great scout is quoted as saying that. If burke jones had played under different circumstances he probably would have been the greatest player. Ever those are high compliments. When you hear those. what do you think. I think that those are very hot. Compliments you know. There's no question that bill is is one of the greatest coaches we've ever had in the nfl. And and earning of course he was The general manager for the colts. While i was there for a time and then ended up going to the giants and being the general manager for them when they won the super bowl and he drafted eli manning and he's had great career You know he just had a great career in the nfl and so with that question. It's it i'm humbled and and most appreciative. But i want to thank you for spending some time to talk about your high school your college and your nfl career as well. I love as a young sportscaster watching you play. Your arm was incredible. And i agree with bill when he said you were just the greatest pure pro or that He had ever seen. I wanna thank you take care and come back anytime bird. And i'm looking forward to talking to your dad to thank you very much run. You have a great day. Ride bertone's with us again quarterback who played ten years in the nfl nine with baltimore colts a year with the la rams and he won the nfl mvp. We continue on sports byline. Hey i'm andy if you don't know me it's probably because i'm not famous but i did start men's grooming company called harry's the idea for harry's came out of a frustrating experience. I had buying razor blades. Most brands were overpriced over. Designed out of touch. At harry's approach is simple. here's our secret. We make sharp durable blades and sell them at honest prices for as low as two dollars. Each we care about quality so much that we do some crazy things like a world class german blade factory obsessing over every detail means we're confident and offering one hundred percent quality guarantee. 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You grew up in milwaukee. Take me back there and tell me about you as a kid probably Had a very normal kids. Life in wisconsin wintertime consists of a lot of cold days and right around outside plastic tackle football in the snow and Summer was just riding the parks watson Trying to play basketball time play. Pick up games. Go to the city pools and city parks just to try to avoid the heat and As much as you can was basketball. Your primary interest as far as sports goes. I did play basketball bubba. We played more football in our neighborhood than we did basketball. Believe it or not You know we always had. Whenever we had a chance for a moment we always try to get together and play football and basketball. She was still part of it. But i'm gonna say football wants boy. I played more growing up than i did Any other sport. One of the things that i like about basketball as the playground game. I don't care where you go whether you're in new york washington philadelphia or even the milwaukee area it has a mystique to. Can you help me out a little bit here terry. And and what is that mystique. That makes it so special on the playground. Well it's going back to the basics you know. You're on the blacktop. You just getting after you know you're not worried about all the Know other things that Inside or You know change being organized. Just unknown you go out there and you just pick up a guy you go play and that that that part is It's great not knowing always having something organized just to the opportunity to go out and compete against You know kids different kids. That two men out have seen before But you're willing to go and challenge them. I know you said once. I wasn't much good in high school. So the big schools didn't come after me but i guess i've improved a lot to this point and so is that one of the reasons why you ended up at the college that you ended up at. Yeah right i mean. I was At the time the way school was structured. The way was set up i was. I was going into high school as a tenth grade. They didn't have ninth grade back then. And so my ninth grade experiencing basketball. I was planning on the boys and girls club team really. By the time. I got to high school at ten. Th year i think al qaed- confidence in my ability to go out and play for the basketball teams played for the boys and girls club team for another year. And then out to that. I finally mustered up enough encouragement And went out. My junior year made the team my junior my junior year. I know you've played predicted. As i mentioned a little bit earlier. I think he's one of the outstanding college coaches ever and it was something about him and i want to ask to mike chef ski about it and he says he understands his players so well and he taylor's the team game as well as the individual game to the talents of his players. Essence was that the the key to his success. You think yeah. I think You know his style of play His ability to Read his his players and motivators players to play to the best of the ability Huge At our level with division and i level who was able to get kids there That wanted to still have a great passion for basketball and not had all the great actor abuse to great quickness explosiveness that you needed to play at a high level but still had a great passion for basketball. I still had wanted to go on and play and so he recognized those kid. Got him to this To steven's point and got him to play a style brand. That really worked tremendously for his team's they're getting going on green bay wisconsin washington state. Where he's gone he's been able to really You know build a system and build a style that allows players to have success. I know the nba scout says said about you tight defensive play nonstop hustle and death shooting touch. And that certainly did come into play and help you when you were an nba player back in nineteen eighty-four you get invited to the. Us olympic team trials when you went into that gym for the first time with all those players. What was your reaction to it at that time. You know so. Many of those guys. I'd seen seen through the tv screen know. I never come that close to any of them You talking about the lead of the lead at the classic level and to be able to not be on the court with them with just one of those where you look at them you say. Is this really happening. It's really me you have to almost pinch yourself But it was That was one of the most amazing experience basketball. We'll still to this day. I think it It was my coming out so to speak party but more than anything it Just allowed me to get the type of confidence. I needed to go on. I might tell people the other people invited to the party. Included patrick ewing michael jordan. Sam perkins wayman tisdale Chris mullin steve alford and others as well. And what did you notice about players at that level that in person that you may not have noticed. Just watching them on tv. Well i think kindergarten to At my level you don't run across. You didn't run across the quickness in explosiveness that you've seen You know you kind of seen it on tv but until you up and in personal and see it. That's that's something that jumped out at me right away you know and so from that standpoint. That was something that you always hear. People coaches talk about You know it's hard to simulate what those guys like And a practice setting until you see them up close and in person and so many drills in hard drills that we did It didn't prepare me. Until i. I got a chance to see them up. Close and personal didn't start Trying to i was the best way to try to Defend them and be in a position of really have success. I know you said this. Competition is a whole notch up from what i'm used to feel kind of in awe. When did that all kind of go away for you In professional basketball. When did you start to feel comfortable in the nba that you could play at that level comfortably always an adjustment period for guys who come from high majors and they they make it to the nba. There's just now your plan against you know ground man The physicality the talent level But it took me. I would say. I didn't feel comfortable to you. Know five years in You know six years and that's when you really have gotten a pretty good grasp of what the league is like What's your skillset is and you got to improving your skillset those first couple years or so much of a Just you get thrown and to the fine pass so to speak and there's a learning curve. There's a a talent curve a skill development curve that you have to kind of pick up and developed in order to try to when you step on the court have confidence in your ability to go out and have success and compete at that level. Terry did you feel more comfortable playing professional basketball having been drafted by portland than say if you've been drafted by chicago and new york. Now i say that because of the fact that the focus media wise and maybe just from an environmental standpoint a lot different than in those a lot you know those bigger markets Were you more comfortable playing there. What the market. Ron fit me perfectly. Obviously coming from a small school small city you know. I don't know how young man would have responded and when you start thrusted into a big city all the media and then just dealing with You know some of the stuff you have to deal with off the court. So i think for me personally. It was a perfect fit. A lot me to come in here and You know not worried about the all the media attention and it really just to Work on my craft try to do some skill development and You know all the guys on the team. That time was great as well in regards to just welcome me and Really teaching me and talk to me a lot about the game and Just try it'd be very supportive in those ten years at portland. You went to the nba finals twice and ninety against detroit. Ninety two against chicago bad boys of detroit chicago starting their run of championships. Tell me about each of those series and what were the keys to detroit and chicago. Winning them i mean i would say detroit this You know their experiences In the playoffs and then the championship Series just paid off. I mean we went into detroit and we were playing a very high level going into that series and we played Well game one. I think they ended up coming back and winning. We were up in that game and lambie hit a three that went into overtime and ended up coming back and winning where most of the game we had control of it so we didn't make the place we need to down the stretch game but we did come back and respond and win the game too. So we're feeling pretty confident going home. They're not beating us there for a while Ten plus years so we felt pretty confident but give them credit with their experiences. They had guy step up Vinnie johnson played huge for them And some games and they were able to make the shots down the stretch and so those games all very close wanna two possessions. And i said just they had the experience and they had the guys make the big shots. They need to make them in that series and they went on to beat us And that that championship series and then You know chicago i think You know again. It was something that You know they just had at the right time. I made the right place and they were coming off their previous championship. You and i think that gave him a lot of confidence. But we feel confident and all right But again they made place Michael had a great series Some of their supporting cast really played huge at critical times. And again we made. We made the mistakes. And that's what you know. Championship games to come down to team. as able to really control limit their mistakes and we were not able to control limited mess turnovers and mistakes of chicago. Did you coached in the nba. As i mentioned earlier with milwaukee in phoenix and now back as a head coach in the college ranks at the university of portland you played for some of the top coaches ever in basketball pat. Riley twelve hundred ten victories rick atom nine hundred forty five jack ranji eight hundred sixty four and then you throw in. Gregg popovich and flip saunders. What is the commonality of all those successes. Co successful coaches. I think the one thing they do. They've all have had is their ability to Teach and their ability to demand From their players and I think that they all have their own style with be more of a force of more of a player Kind of friendly type of style But i think they all appreciate the players and what each player brought to the team but more importantly was able to tell each player how his skill set was going to help the team be successful and their players bought in and so they have had great success like you said and all had different styles offense and defensively along with the personality and how they try to address and get their point across but they always Like anybody who ever for those guys just love the way that they coached them. And i think that's the most important thing we got about ninety seconds left and now that you're in the coaching ranks as a head coach to change your expectation level. Because these guys are not getting paid. They're not pros their college players playing with a passion. I think I think the time commitment Sometimes you can't expect them to have that because they have a lot more of the things on their plate academic part the class parts and other things that they have to deal with on a day basis but Ask student athletes. They wanna strive for greatness and their particular sports in an arcade basketball. These kids still want to be part of a winning program and they wanna have a successful college career so we still can demand a lot on. They wanted demand a lot of themselves. And so we definitely can still do that Understanding that they still will go out at wanna perform at a high level. We got about thirty seconds. And i'm just wondering when you think back on your successful career terry. Is there a particular moment. Kind of makes you smile. That makes you happy about that moment. I mean it's a lot of them. I mean obviously i think just ability to achieve the type of success. We had on those portland teams. No expected us to ever come together like that. I think we were able to surprise a lot of people And we had a mixture of different guys. You know two two two guys do the draft and three guys trade so we came together and really able to Just have a great run. And i have a great team that went out and play hard and play together and they have some fun. I want to thank you very much terry i. I've enjoyed this conversation. But i also enjoyed your career quite a bit to watching you in the nba. Take care of my friend. Eireann thank you so much for having me on terry puerto with us point guard in the nba. For seventeen seasons he also drafted in the first round by the portland trail blazers and they've retired his number number thirty up in portland. We continue across the country and around the world on sports byline. Hello and welcome back to the ronnie defeats tax program on the line. Is paul from california. Hi paul what's your tax problem today. Hierarchy love your show. listen. 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I don't know whether you've had the opportunity to go down to spring training or not by yourself or with your family but there's something about spring training baseball that's different from the regular season or even postseason play. It's more relaxed. The players are willing to talk to the fans signed autographs and of course the atmosphere smaller stadiums. It's just something special. Whether it's in florida or whether it's in arizona and so i'm looking forward to talking to him about his book. And then marty appel mardi new york times bestselling author for yankees. Pr director a noted baseball historian. Barney spent some twenty years with the yankees. He began in public relations. I as mickey mantles fan mail clerk back in nineteen sixty eight and rising to become the team's third pr director and he has written a number of books on the yankees and their players is latest is about one of the yankees and baseball's iconic managers. It's called casey stangl baseball's greatest character and indeed he was because as players tangles contemporaries include babe ruth wagner and christy mathewson. And he was the only person in history to wear the uniform of all four teams dodgers the giants the yankees and the mets and as a legendary manager he formed complicated relationships with yogi. Berra dimaggio mickey mantle. And billy martin. You're really gonna find marty's book about casey stingl insightful. And interesting as well. So we're ready to go. Ira berkow next for you on sports byline. This holiday season home depot invites you to cozy up by the fire and do some grilling with top rated grills from traeger revenue next row and master lined up shined up ready for holiday cooking lots of weekends to come and don't forget bags of kingsford charcoal. And if you're not big enough order online and get free delivery. 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Usa here's ron joins us on sports. Byline he's been with me many times so that means when he joins me he has another book out and indeed he does. He is the former sports columnist for the new york times. Pulitzer prize winning author in. His new book is called. It happens every spring. Demodulators the splendid splinter and a lifetime at the ballpark. Ira in your many years of watching and covering baseball. What makes an important in the culture of america. Well you know. I think that number one. It's it's more leisurely than football or Or basketball as far as primary Sports are concerned Or even even soccer and So there's time in between innings that the fathers can talk to sons. And there's unless you're at the ballpark and the music is blaring and you can't hear anything But and then there's the tradition and history a baseball that is unlike any other sport that we have and so you know Once upon a time it was called the national pastime mostly by owners of baseball teams. But i think that there was a germ of truth to it and And you know. Even people upset stoop slower but i Attendance is great and look and and when teams are competing in the in the playoffs. It's exciting And there may you know As exciting a sports event as ever occurred was game seven of the last world series cubs and indians and And i'm not saying that. Just because i was from chicago and like tom com fan at all. I've been in new york for over fifty years but I it's it's it's it's an intellectual game you know it's it's thoughtful And and they were you know knickers the way they did In the in the nineteenth century so it's it's similar in those ways but It's it's a it's just a beautiful game You know you you can appreciate you know there's nothing for me. There's nothing any more beautiful in sports then a shortstop going deep in the whole To make a play hand gloving with his left hand across his body and then writing himself and throwing hard a long throw across the infield to the first baseman and and just narrowly getting the runner. Right anyway. It's it seems aesthetically satisfying and just to back you up. I was down at spring training. I was going over in scottsdale to the giants game covering that. And i'll never forget walking behind a father. An eight year old son. The son had a big baseball glove. The father had his arm around his son instead. Guess who we're going to see today we're going to see mickey mantle. That is one of the special things that goes from. Era to era translates very well. Doesn't it. well you're you're right. You're right run. You know. I i guess you know And if in football it's if you're close to the action in baseball which is kind of nice the crack of the bat and but in in in in in basketball. There's the squeak of the sneakers and movement so fast and and and the end the bodies are crashing a Under the boards. You know best. What can be very rough game but at the sidelines of a football game. It's the sounds are it's almost like World war And you know. I mean even the punches noisy. But i've been on the sidelines. And they're crashing their smashing and they're snorting But the baseball is just beautiful. It's brought for me. Although i i like basketball a lot. Especially and and football It's fun to watch from a distance But i wouldn't want like joe nemeth and even brett farve They said that they wouldn't They wouldn't want their children or their grandchildren to play football. I might point out to people that this is a collection of stories so it covers a vast part of baseball history players in everything. But the other thing i like about this book is it has humorous stories in it and i was talking to willie mays down at spring training one time around the batting cage and i said what happened to storytelling willie in baseball and he says it's a lost art but you in this book have really collected some of those humorous stories. Tell one of them. And maybe you might include in the discussion the minor league catcher who was substituting something for a baseball. Yeah isn't it was president. And i had a column to write one morning and i was looking through the papers and i saw very small item about a a class a catcher in the indians organization and it was in Ohio i believe and And he was he would throw it off his team because this is what he did it was. The end of the season is team was in last place. There was and so they had no chance for a playoffs and he thought he'd bring a little humor to the solemness of his team. What's going wasn't going anywhere and So he he got a potato and he shaved the potato to shape like baseball and he put it in his back pocket and so at one point. The other team had a runner on third base and And the the pitcher threw the pitch. He caught the ball and very quickly. He took the shaved potato out of his back pocket as a back pocket and then he threw over the head of the third base. It has if tried to pick off the runner well. The runner comes running in and the catcher has the ball and the catcher. The tags the guy out the umpire didn't think it was funny. Because the guy safe and Right after the game The manager didn't take it was funny either any fired daddy. He fired the player and before leaving the The team The player had another Potato which he shaved. Same this in the the look like a baseball in the shape of baseball and he gave it to the put on the manager's desk with a note and then read this spuds for you that is great. Why do you think some of the storytelling in baseball has diminished. Well it may be in the sports section. I mean all along the way because One they're more and more sports and number two I it seems that maybe the editors and end and the writers are looking are looking for the nuts and bolts of of of of serious of the seriousness of the gains. And there is you know. There's the steroids and they're different kinds of up cheating and corruption and so forth and so That's that's what they're looking for and i grew up reading Red smith who was a great storyteller a sports columnist and And that's roomy to to journalism and enter sports You know he he would write about you. Know the basics as well but theoretically you know he would write a humor column or something happening. That's funny and then he could be funny and and a lot of cayman just talking to players they had all these these funny stories among themselves and So i i tried that. And over the years of my over. All fifty years of writing reading sports and But i rarely see it anymore and and readers may not even realize but they're missing something i think and You know i was charmed by that that potato story and and readers were to So but maybe as lilly said. It's it's kind of lost art because the writers aren't looking for this kind of thing and i think editors are not asking for it. We only have a minute left. And what do you want people to take away from this book. Ira well you know there's opinions there's there's as you said you know. There's there's humor. There's there's drama And it's a it's a reflection of our lives in america and through the Through the prism of baseball. Happy with the way this book came out. I'm very happy with. I think the publisher did a beautiful job. I think it's attractive looking book and with a cover And i I hope that That readers share their love of Of of storytelling. As as i did. I tried to employ in about thirty five seconds. Is there a moment in baseball in all your years of coverage. That kind of is etched in your mind Well there's many but you mentioned again. Willie mays and at the end of his career. He was forty two years old and i remember in spring training that he he struck out and and it was getting a later in the afternoon and he's walking back to the dugout and and there was a shadow. He had a shadow shadow was sort of following behind him and it was almost like That This was the this was really amazed at the end of his career and he was just a shadow of his former self. I wanna thank you ira. Congratulations on another outstanding book. And come back when you read another one for us. Okay right thank you again. Former sports columnist for the new york times and a pulitzer prize winning author. Be sure to check out his latest book. It's a wonderful read about the history of baseball. Some great stories in there over the decades that he had been covering baseball. 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Eight hundred four seven two five one four five eight hundred four seven two five one four five. That's eight hundred four seven to fifty one forty five. This is america sports. Talk show sports byline. Usa here's ron bar marty. Appel joins us on sports byline usa. He's written a number of books. He is a new york times bestseller and usually the books are about the yankees organization from ownership standpoint or about the players as well. He is a bestselling author as i said former yankees pr director and a noted baseball historian and he spent some twenty years with the yankees. He began in public relations. I is mickey mantles. Fan mail clerk in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight and rising to become the team's third pr director. He's written a number of books on the yankees as i said and their players and his latest book is about one of the yankees and baseball's iconic managers. It's called casey stengel baseball's greatest character as a player stingles contemporaries included babe ruth honus wagner and christy mathewson and. He was the only person in history to wear the uniform of all four new york teams. The dodgers giants yankees and mets as a legendary manager. He formed the complicated relationships with yogi. Berra joe dimaggio mickey mantle and billy martin and he was the undisputed quirky hilarious and beloved face of baseball and along the way he revolutionized the role of manager while winning a spectacular ten pendants and seven world series championships and he was elected to the hall of fame in nineteen sixty six. What was it mardi. The made stangl so appealing to you that you want to write a book about him. Well it had been thirty five years or so. Since bob kramer did a really classic casey stengel biography. But i had available to me. The internet which bob didn't have by then and i could research his all the newspapers from his minor league cities when he was a young player. So that was a wealth of information there that had long been lost and then the family gave me an unpublished memoir by. Casey's wife edna which showed a whole different side of casey stengel. We had always known casey the baseball man. Now we knew him as more of a person. Casey the man so with this new material. I didn't feel. I was trending on old ground. Just repeating cremers work and off. I went tell me a little bit about him growing up in kansas city. Well he was a little. Bit of a rascal is a kid. Which sort of plays into this He and his brother grant for recreation in the wintertime. They used to like to throw snowballs at men with pipes to try and knock the pipes out of their mouth. So that was casey the child and he was never student of the month at central high school but he did learn to play. Baseball there and Right after high school he became a professional minor league player. You know he didn't want to be a baseball player really. didn't he. want to be a dentist. Well that's a funny story because he did go to dental school in kansas city. Three years having you know he wanted to have a career to fall back on But he didn't finish because it was decided that it was just too difficult for a left hander. To be a dentist in those days might still be difficult today. I'm not sure but too difficult for a left-hander and i came to the conclusion which i put in the book. What took them three years to figure. This might have come to that conclusion on the first day. Think aside from whose baseball ability he re got a reputation. As i guess you might say eccentric player because one scout mike keio referred to stangl as dandy ballplayer. But it's all from the neck down well He was he was a decent player. I mean he wasn't a hall of famer but he played fourteen years. He played on four pennant winning teams and He developed great intuition about the game. Particularly sitting side by side with john mcgraw in the new york giants dugout where he learned an awful lot so his eventual success as a manager which came quite a number of years later goes back to just being paying attention on the ball field while he was the player you know he was also considered a little bit of a difficult guy because he did his own negotiations. I know he played for the dodgers from nineteen twelve through nineteen seventeen and he routinely held out from the team before each season in contract disputes. Now players didn't usually do that. You accepted whatever the owner wanted to give you an just got to a point charles. Ebbets traded single then to the pittsburgh pirates after a couple of years because he just got sick and tired of it. He often had contract disputes with management. One year he actually refused to report to the philadelphia phillies. This was a midseason trade. And he said i'm not going to philadelphia and instead he went home to kansas city. Organized an amateur team and found games out into the west In a barnstorming ways. So i mean today. I think that would pretty much catch you suspend but There was no commissioner back. Then and he was freer to do acts like that. I don't know whether you saw this story. But i came across it in nineteen nineteen When he was with the pirates He was being taunted by the dodger. Fans who of course he played for the dodgers before going to the pirates. And casey got hold of a sparrow and he used to turn the crowd to his favor with that sparrow apparently with the bird tuck gently beneath his cap. Casey struggled to the plate amidst the chorus of booze and catcalls. He turned to the crowd tipped his hat. And outflow the sparrow and the jeers cheers and stengel became an instant fan favorite at that point. Well you've told the story well and that's in the book and what it really did. The fans in brooklyn loved casey. He was a real crowd pleaser wherever he was They booed him because he was now an enemy player in this was his first game back but when he released that poor little sparrow from under his cap. He won the fans over and he was forever. After a really popular figure in brooklyn you mentioned about playing for the phillies boston. Aside from the dodgers and the new york giants he went to three world series. Tell me about each of those He actually went to four. he just didn't get into any of the games one of them but he was on four world series teams And his highlight in. That was in one thousand nine hundred ninety three the first year of yankee stadium. He hit the very first world series. Home run in yankee stadium while playing for the new york giants. Now of course being casey stengel there had to be funny story. That went with that and it was an inside the park home. Run and casey who was kind of an old player by then in his thirties was hustling around the base chugging his way losing his breath and he thought along the way that one of his shoes flew off anyway he slides home and he gets up and he says to hang out the on deck hitter. I think i lost my shoe out there and gouty looked down and he said how many were you wearing. He's still has a two on. He was reported to be a competent player. As you pointed out but even he said one time. I had many years that i was not so successful as a ball player as it is because it's a game of skill. Did he not feel. He was that particularly good He had the self confidence that most major league players have. He thought he was good enough but he was also smart enough to know he wasn babe ruth and he had a fight for job. Every year near the end of his career he went to the To the boston braves and he was the fourth outfielder on a roster. Where i'm sure you haven't heard of any of the three guys who were starters. And he kind of knew it was all over for them. Then how did he get into managing From boston they're the owner of the braves. Judge email fuchs own team in worcester massachusetts and when it was obvious that casey's playing days were winding down he s case if he'd like to go to worcester and manage the team there and casey said yes He also made him team president at worcester so he could make a little more money. At the end of the season he had an offer to go to toledo which was a higher ranking minor. League team judge. Fuchs didn't want him to go But casey sorta obvious advancement. So casey the president sent a letter to casey. The manager firing him. Nothing judge fuchs could do about this. What are the university of mississippi. Come into that Inle or in early in his career One of his high school classmates got a job. coaching baseball. At ole miss He invited casey to come down as an assistant coach. And he couldn't pay casey but he was able to get him a professorship teaching some classes so out of that given the nickname of the school is ole miss. He became known as the old professor and he also coached with milwaukee when they were in the american association and with the oaks and the pacific coast league as well. Tell me about those two stops with. Milwaukee was owned by bill vic who was often world war two and never on the scene but he hated the idea of casey being his manager He was disgusted. That the man. The guys doing the hiring pick casey stangl out of everybody Vick was never a fan. Needless to say and that only lasted one year when he went to oakland he had pretty good team. There in the pacific coast league was like a major league back then when they were only sixteen. Major league teams. The coast league was equal to You know like the next eight teams. We have now so When he won the junior world series with the oakland oaks. In one thousand nine hundred. Forty eight his star really rose. That was a great accomplishment. You did it with a lot of well known veteran players and a kid named bill martin at second base and that put casey back on the radar as a potential manager. Someday somewhere and that would prove to be the yankees. Marty appel with us again. Historian baseball historian spent a long time with yankees as their pr director. He has another wonderful book out. I want you to check this out. It's about one of the conic figures in baseball. Casey sting going. It's called casey stengel baseball's greatest character. We continue across the country and around the world on sports byline. Hey i'm andy if you don't know me it's probably because i'm not famous but i did start a men's grooming company called harry's the idea for harry's came out of a frustrating experience i had buying razor blades. Most brands were overpriced over. Designed an out of touch and harry's our approach is simple. Here's our secret. 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Byline talking about his book. Casey stengel baseball's greatest character. We're gonna make it a selection of the month on the sports byline. Usa book corner. And you mentioned about going to the yankees. When he got there was he ought in any particular way. Or how did he take on that challenge. He should've been odd. Because these were the elite new york yankees and he's whole managing career had been with low budget second-division teams but he'd been in the game long enough and knew everybody had enough self confidence that he wasn't gonna play that game of being an and interestingly everybody had their eyes on how he would get along with joe dimaggio. Who was the lead player in the game. At that point the very first day of the very first spring training for the two of them he came into the clubhouse and he read spring training rules. Like how much you are supposed to tip the maids and things like that and one of the rules. He threw into the mix. There was at the players. Were not allowed to go to the dog track at night. Well anyone who followed the yankees for years knew that this is what joe dimaggio did every night. So this was some line in the sand for casey to draw with his star player and happened. Was that dimaggio went anyway. And when they went. And ask. Casey about it. Casey said well. I have no firsthand knowledge of that. I wasn't there and that was the end of the controversy. Can you imagine today with twenty five hundred cell phone cameras going off and the headlines. The next day. Saying what now casey. What a controversy. That would have been. The answer would have been i mentioned in the introduction net He formed complicated relationships with yogi. Berra joe maggio mickey mantle and billy martin. What was behind that Behind it was casey self confidence that he's the boss and what he says goes When billy martin got traded in nineteen fifty seven after a fracas at the copa cabana nightclub. Billy was extremely hurt and offended. That casey wouldn't stop that trade and stand up for him he was casey's boy And for twenty years they never spoke. But if casey was asked about it during those in ensuing years casey would just say. I tell billy martin grow up. This is the profession. He chose people get traded every day grow up. This happens. move on so Casey knew his place in the hierarchy. Casey's records certainly speaks for itself became the only man to manage a team to five consecutive world series championships. The streak ended with the yankees failing to win the american league pennant in nineteen fifty four but stingl on the yanks resumed their dominance. Going on to win five. More american league pennants in the next six years and two more world championships before spangles abrupt dismissal after the nineteen sixty world series. You know after what you just said. What was the glue on that team. Was it just purely talent or was what made them so successful for such a long stretch. It was talent. I mean he was credited with inventing platooning where he pitch right. He's against lefties and mix and match so well but he had the talent to do it. He had had one time. He had seven infielders All of whom had been all-stars so what a luxury that was You know as he proved later on. If you don't have the players you can't really platoon very well and win any games. So it was the talented. He had there But he was a brilliant baseball mind as well he would remember all this guy got two hits against that guy back in april off curve balls. I'm gonna play him tonight. He just intuitively had that knowledge. That intuitive word is the one that i think The most from everybody that i've even thought of or or remember talking about him because one of his rivals was al lopez who played for him with the dodgers and the braves wants and he said up stingl. i swear. I don't understand some of the things he does. When he manages since he was in the forefront of a lot of this thinking where do you think that came from You mean where did casey's knowledge come from. Well where did this strategy which was very unique for baseball. At that time part of it was casey was himself platoon by john mcgraw when he was a player on the giants He didn't invent platooning he just used it so successfully because he had the players to work with but he saw it in action under mcgraw and baseball baseball managers. Knew the righty. Lefty thing you know even back to the turn of the century So it wasn't like he suddenly discovered that well right handers can't hit right handed pitching as well as they left handed pitching but he was able to use it and use a successful marty when you think about that period of time. I've often that in reflection. Because i was very young. I don't remember it that much. But i always said at least in new york that it was the golden age of baseball. Was i correct about that. I think the era of the fifties was the golden age for baseball. And i say that because you still had sixteen teams and now you had african american players being signed so it was sort of the maximum pool of players coming into the major leagues and of course as a fan. We knew the four hundred players in the major leagues. There was much easier to get your arms around it then so it felt much more comfortable for a fan base than it does today. Why was he dumped after the sixty series There were several reasons. Part of it could have been age. He was seventy Today you just can't make a blanket decision like that without inviting lawsuits but the yankees instituted retirement policy. And they felt at seventy. It was time to go. What was the real motivation. There though was the first base coach. Ralph how Was seen as a brilliant manager in waiting and knew that. If they didn't make a decision on casey stangl soon they were gonna lose. How probably to boston or detroit. Both of whom were pursuing him. One of the things that I remembered when he came out of retirement and a sense name was only out for one season and they talked him into managing the mets. And the mets were a new expansion team and they had absolutely no chance of winning and he responded that he said it's a great honor to be joining the knickerbockers. Now a new york baseball team that had seen its last game. Around the time of the civil war he might have remembered. The knickerbocker also reminds me of when he was hired by the yankees in one thousand. Nine hundred forty nine The co owner of the team was dan topping and he called him bob topping at the press conference not a good thing to do you know with the mets. They were terrible is everybody pretty much knows. And he had a couple of great sayings he said one time. I've been in this game. One hundred years but i see new ways to lose i never knew existed before. How bad were those mets in those first years well they were pretty awful and i lived in new york and i watched their games and they won forty they lost one hundred and twenty and they were very creative. They would come up. They would be winning three two to four to two in the eighth inning and they'd find a way to lose it. Interestingly though casey was not as engaged with the games as he had been with the yankees he kind of turned over the lineup chores. The pitching rotation to his coaching staff notably cookie lava jetta in solly hemas and his center. Fielder the future hall of famer. Richie ashburn kind of ran the game on the diamond positioning players and sort of being the manager on the field during the games. Casey was often seen nodding off in the dugout and missing a few innings So things have changed dramatically between his last year of the yankees his first year with the mets and it was perk perfect for his personality. Because i have a couple of other quotes. He said when he was managing the mets and those first couple of years. He's said one time. I got one that can throw but can't catch one that can catch became throw and one who can hit but can't do either. Well i can tell you that My friends steve jacobson who was just breaking in as a sports writer with newsday back then Had just gotten married. And he brought his wife to spring training and he introduced his wife to casey. And casey bowed and said i'm only meeting you for the first time and you're already good enough to be my third string catcher. I one of the other ones. He wants observed. See that fellow over there. He's twenty years old in ten years. He has a chance to be a star. Now that fellow over there he's twenty years old also in ten years. He has a chance to be thirty. I truly did say that. Yeah what about the single ism go into that. Because that was an important part of his character and his personality well that was called. Stengel lease and It kinda flourished during his yankee. Here's when he had the ability to double talk his way through an answer either because he didn't want to answer or he was delaying it until he thought the answer or he was just being entertaining and the most famous of it of course was when he testified in front of a congressional committee in nineteen fifty eight. He was asked one question. And he proceeded to give his life story. Instinct lease with no punctuation marks at all and it became. It's still on youtube. If somebody wants to see casey stengel testimony mickey mantle followed casey and was asked one question and mickey said i. My answer is kind of just agree with kate. Whatever cases i tell you he has some great ones and i hope people out there will look them up or try to hear them. If there can be found someplace. Warren spahn who had briefly played under stingl with the braves and the mets commented. One time. i'm probably the only guy who worked for stangl before. And after he was a genius was he considered a genius. He was became a genius during his yankee. Years spun pitch for him. When he managed the hapless boston braves were then called the boston bees and he cut more in spun. He didn't think he was hit guts to throw it hitters and be tough on the mound and then spun went and became a world war. Two hero showed you how smart. Casey was back then but he. He later came back and pitched for casey near the end of his career with the mets and one day Warren spahn and yogi. Berra form the battery for the mets yoga had moved over to the mets at that point and it was. I think remains the oldest battery in baseball history. Both of them being over forty. How was he received for the by the media at that time but the media new york while you know it certainly was the media but it's different Back when he was managing as compared to today they loved them and that was his job and all these new young writers were coming on the scene and they just appreciate everything case he had to say. One of them was maury allen who wrote for the new york post who loved casey so much and he wrote two or three books about casey's witticisms about casey's actions he really loved the old man and then when casey finally died in nineteen seventy five. He died about eleven o'clock at night in los angeles. And i wrote in the book It was one last favor for maury allen because the story couldn't make the morning papers and maury wrote for the afternoon paper one of the great things about his life was. This is a love story. Almost in a sense because he was very close to his wife his and had a stroke and he was by her side To the very end even live two and a half years longer than he did What was behind that relationship. It was a very loving relationship. They never had children together. They married when they were both in their thirties. And in those days that was considered too old to have children so she was by his side for most of his career. Traveling with the team Being merrill all during spring training and everything and She was an elegant woman. She did him well she did him. Proud It was that memoir of hers from nineteen fifty-eight that really opened my eyes to how classy she was as well as the beautiful relationship. That the two of them shared. We only have a minute left. And what do you want people to take away from this book marty. Well in the course of doing the book i came to realize that the spite winning all those pennants and being in those world series. He's becoming a forgotten figure People under forty looked at me with blank stares. When i would mention what i was working on. So i'd like for him to sort of be reintroduced to the baseball public because he certainly deserves it. how i mean how many penance do you have to win to be remembered but he was such a funny guy and engaging guy and You know. I say when. I wrote the book the stories tell themselves all i had to do was put it on paper and get out of the way well. Congratulations another wonderful book for marty appel. I appreciated mardi and again. I want everybody to check this book out. It's called casey stangl baseball's greatest character. Thanks for joining us again. Marty my pleasure. Always thank you around again marty. Appel new york times bestselling author former yankees. Pr director and a noted baseball historian. Talking about the great casey stangl. He died on september. 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You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network news feed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by you follow us on facebook. Twitter and instagram's service gila newscast for november. The six twenty twenty. I'm mike clifford prior to this. Hotly contested november election islands with pass felony convictions were given the opportunity to vote however a small number registered and advocates point to a short timeframe while hoping for more outreach in future elections are mike moran has the story late this summer governor kim reynolds signed an order that restored the voting rights of more than thirty thousand people who had completed their sentences results are incomplete but early data show only thirty three hundred registered state representative elect christine and bohannon was among those trying to raise awareness. She says timing was a factor because the order was signed in august but she also wonders if the secretary of state and other agencies could have done a more targeted outreach. My sense is there just was not a significant effort to really make people's rights known and that It came pretty late in the game to really try to do something for this election. She says mailing sent out. Were not specific enough and might not have reached all those eligible. Because it's possible. Their address wasn't current however the secretary of state says it did heavy media promotion while making numerous resources available including specific website for residents who fall under this category the corrections department did not respond to a request for comment by our deadline. Despite the pandemic and one of the most contentious presidential races on record the two thousand twenty election in missouri went off without a hitch. Evelyn matic's is the president of the league of women voters of missouri. We've had no reports of intimidation for interference with voting and generally speaking voters and poll workers of light where patient with whatever conditions existed. Medic says. Most lines never exceeded more than ninety minutes often. There was no wait to vote. social justice. groups are regaining folks in illinois about their rights when it comes to defending democracy historic numbers of voters cast ballots in the twenty twenty presidential election and count still being finalized across the country activist. Eleanor to the streets calling for every vote to be counted as director of the american friends. Service committee's chicago building project. Mary's urkel encourages peaceful protest in offer some advice to stay within the buddies. Don't talk to the police and don't engage any counter protesters that might be nearby though. That can be very tempting. Sometimes you see violence happening and you can find a place to exit situation. That's always a good thing to do. Circle says it's also important to respect the rights of other protesters by not photographing anyone without permission in not policing their behavior. Mary sherman reporting. This is pms. The state of florida is hoping to stabilize the economy. By enhancing the skills of its workforce through technical certification programs tromo gomez has all report the get their florida campaign was launched a highlight the number of available short-term high value technical education programs at the state's twenty eight colleges and forty forty-eight technical colleges henry mac a chancellor of adult education at the florida department of education. He says their immediate aim is to help those who've lost jobs during the pandemic if we are going to again maintain our economic trajectory and if we are going to uplift all residents lives we need to sort of promote the value of public higher education in the way that this program does the campaign highlights seventeen career pathways offers technical certifications from energy to health science hospitality and public health florida's using thirty five million dollars in federal cares act funds to help colleges create or expand their program and there's a new resource guide out for folks feeling overwhelmed by the responsibility as family. Caregivers eric taken off has wore. Aarp idaho's guide can help people with things such as finding medical equipment respite care and financial aid as well as training to provide better at home care and managing stress. Kathy macdougall with aarp idaho says providers were hearing from folks about their concerns as caregivers. That's how we came up with it. We know that caregivers have lots of question and that we knew if our community partners came together they could help provide the answer about two hundred thousand idahoans care for family members who are elderly or have serious medical conditions. Finally are diane are tells us coming. Just days after maryland committed to a regional wind energy partnership a group of environmental advocates are urging governor larry hogan and the state board of works to reject a permit for a proposed fracking gas pipeline project. They say maryland officials need to be aware that the eastern shore pipeline will run through. Mostly minority disenfranchised communities from delaware to salisbury maryland. According to a new study anthony field with climate action network. Points out that it's well known. That fracking poses serious health. Risks to nearby communities he says officials need to know black and brown residents continually sacrifice wellbeing for infrastructure projects such as pipelines and landfills that other communities can fight against is countered some marilyn's climate commitments to continue building out gas but to also kind of just brushed aside the issue that this pipeline brings to the local community is an insult in an injustice those communities the pipeline is already under construction in delaware by the chesapeake utilities corporation. This is mike clifford for public. new service. Member and listener supported her radio stations across the nation and viewed on free speech. Tv riyadh's or it's overnight. America ed jeff rich and generous rich with you from phoenix arizona. And i think that we are all ready for the weekend. So we'll get you geared up for the days to come hopefully at some time off worth the most of you at times you watch football because that's all really all that we've got going on I know that jen had mentioned earlier. There was some kind of open. I assume that's golf Going on but for the most part it's going to be a little tidbits of do you know we're in that hot stove season for major league baseball hot stove. Season hasn't been all that hot of of late in recent years. What about the agency stuff doesn't re up and happen like it does in the nba with be and we get players that don't sign even after spring. Training is all said and done there in major league baseball so Major league baseball news will kind of trickle in the nba. Likes to hit you hard and heavy with the news so We're gonna get a season that starts in december With the mindset of getting everything back on track by the twenty one twenty two season. And i think that's a good thing of course Kovic in the news. All eyes on nevada on thursday night as they were hosting some mountain west football. Because because that's why we're watching nevada specific of course at mackey stadium and reno right naturally i else would we be talking about about. I gotta tell you. I'm not gonna watch thursday night college football very often except on a night where the packers have just killing. The forty niners get vengeance for what happened in the nfc championship. I think the packers will find themselves in the super bowl this upcoming season. I'm not really sold on them. And i think that the records decent They avoided losing three in a row on thursday night. I cried bay. i'm not sold all right we're gonna throw it to a break. We come in. John's gonna ask the questions on the other side. She's got some scores for you and we'll talk. We can both all a little later on for generous. I'm jeff rich. Paul territory sports overnight america. We'll be right. 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Sixty seven paid for airtime media as here comes washing slam in song. Here's jacobs behind. Over the top jumps up for touchdown. His first and the national football league. Josh shakeups push round draft choice role time this is sports overnight. America talking about the analytics. Gps all the modern technology. And i'm trying to throw the game back in nineteen ninety eight all right. Everybody who going back his fault territory on sports overnight america. She'd be listening to us live at ten. Pm pacific time might be a little past bedtime so I catch the archives of the show on iheartradio to search for sports overnight america. Check out my sight. Jeff rich talks dot com. For the latest archives of the shows We had ios first segment of the hour. can like to see things over jan. She keeps an eye on a scores. She keeps an eye on the headlines. Add she's the one asking the questions here. So without further ado let's Throw it over to the lovely generous so right off the bat here. I saw that raider seemed to be in a little bit of rough shape. Okay so the. Las vegas raiders Who were victorious of gets the browns last sunday. So they're all reasons to feel good around the around the facility. They're not nevada. But i jon gruden never wears his mask. And i and i think that the the whole mask thing with the rafts and the coaches it's just optics just posturing say look we care. It's kind of like having the now. Michaels chris collins worth or you know joe baca choix. Aac been wearing masks in the booth by themselves. You know they eat dinner together. They travel probably together for the most part at least On land and Ill we're going to make examples of team. They make an example of the titans for failing protocol or all these games that have to be taken off the gamblers boards. Because there's been a breach somewhere but One hundred fifty thousand dollars for gruden which is not chump change. But you know he's on a ten million dollar a year contract and then five hundred thousand four the organization and it was a six roger aspects. So they have some type of competitive advantage taken away from them for violating these rules. They there's any set set of standards for this. I think that there's a little bit of hypocrisy going on here. the nfl daily and a dollar short and misguided always young sixth round. Yeah that's really really a way to stick it on You know i think. They took an hour later pick from the patriots over deflate gate. I like to kennedy. Just purge that whole thing out of my mind What else you got going on. So then speaking of the raiders in their violations and all sorts of things covid fell has seen a general increase in cases over the last week. they take like a cova by week. What did what did they do. Well i think they have to give a lot of money back to the tv networks. Even if you extend the season for throwing the schedule off so. I think that it's ever been about safety as much as it is. You know passing the. I tasked with everybody else. You know if you're gonna have tic ended up in a place where you've guide multiple games that need to be played in every game vs. We played in nfl season because the margin of error. You know whether it's draft picks or playoff seeding as always just so thin. It's not like baseball where there are literally throw away games. they might have to create a week. eighteen. I don't see them just shutting everything down on me jen. Honestly we've had football games and we haven't had football games 'cause outbreaks. i mean. there hasn't been a lot of spread amongst the players on opposite teams that just seems like it's always breaches during the week. It's just not getting the guys to follow the protocols that you set for them so unfortunate and i think it is unfortunate by You know they don't wanna have to forfeit games because if games don't get played. Tv yellow tv stations. Don't make their money and and it ends up It ends up being a financial disaster. And that's all any of this ever about going to say i'm like and why don't you the. Nfl be safe from financial disasters. All the rest of us have just kind of had to endure him. Well i got twelve hundred dollar check in april and i'm almost out of money. Yeah say did not stretch as long as they anticipated dollars. The last you for eight months. Good luck america. Good luck america. All right What else you got for me. So in regards to covert and football being impacted Someone cwa teams have already been playing. We've watched a lot of sunbelt football in the last couple of weeks but we finally had some new blood being introduced into the works this week. Well you know big. Sports at general tried to stay out of the way. I'd tuesday for the sake of the election so wednesday the entire mid american conference Kickoff play and they didn't really all the tv ratings. I mean miniver. You'll just mid major football generals just not going to be a huge draw except for the small alumni bases and You know i think they you and your friends are kind of outliers 'cause When i think of people that go to max schools they who go there to watch. Football games generally. No they go. Because it's close to home and affordable. Yeah that's know i mean. That's the crux of it by Happened to get lucky if your school is having a decent football run while you're there a lot of exposure over the last eight to ten years or so ever since the the the mac started playing regularly during the middle of the week You know they've had a couple of teams that reached the new year. Six in central michigan a few years ago they went to the cotton bowl northern illinois back when it was the bcs and it was like the second last year the bcs. 'cause that florida state team that they lost to Went undefeated end up winning the bcs championship the at very next year by Admits get to get the mac back on the field. It's good to get the pac twelve back on the field. Unfortunately the big guy extravaganza for the free game is kinda canceled. Because the fox big noon kickoff crew Suddenly had their own little outbreak and they all called in sick so they pretty much canceled the show. They're supposed to be live from the la coliseum prior to arizona state and usc so Fox still gonna do a pregame show. They're gonna use their nfl staff for it though that i like that show. I think it's it's so much better than the the over hyped. Espn show meet everybody's like know lee. Corso should've retired a couple of years ago. How much herbstreet can you take. You add desmond howard into the mix You know you do the mascot. Pex i i like the fox show a little bit more I think that it is more informative but you know. Espn show is going to be more popular. Because it's the party and they go to the campuses every week as opposed to fox that tends to stay in that studio often than not. Let's wrap it up actually might have to have another one after this. But i want to make sure we definitely talk about this cleveland. Your city doesn't always have a lot going on in terms of like winds and dominance but they will forever be infinitely talking about trade rumors. Okay so. Cleveland develops talent really well for cisco linder is the You know is the jumping off point for this entire line of questioning. You only asked one question. I'm not talking about you. Know it's not like an interrogation room but You'll francisco lindor comes after your carlos. Santana didn't sign for big money in free agency. In fact the indians have looked up in the last two years contract that he signed with philly three years ago But lindow being traded make sense carlos carrasco all these guys that are just too good the to the point where they hid arbitration or the sign these contracts that are heavily back loaded so that if these players are any good cleveland kanai can move them for prospects later on with the browns. I think it's just draft too many players out of miami. Andrew rosenhaus has the Has lock odd starting trade rumors so that these guys that are with the browns because he figures the browns are such terrible organization that they have such little leverage that he could basically make them free agents and dictate where they go by saying that. They don't wanna play there anymore. I we saw with do johnson. We saw with david joke. Who both represented by drew rosenhaus both drafted out of the the criminal institution for the most part in coral gables. 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Gen rich is always keeping score here on sports. Hello again. I'm gender rich and i'm always keeping sports overnight. America over on thursday night football. The forty niners showed some signs of life in the fourth quarter but it was not enough to undo the damage they fall to the packers thirty four to seventeen over in college football utah state sits at three after fallen and about thirty four to nine and colorado state holds onto defeat wyoming thirty four to twenty four and. I tried to stretch out for as long as i possibly could. But that's that's it. That's that's all that's literally. Yeah we can throw a no wednesday nights back scores on their but seems like you're you're trying too hard at that point to keep it real real. No one cares about what happened in. The mac is a lot of people did watch it but no one. No one needs a revision of it. The sun is evening. Yeah we saw. The northern illinois is gonna struggle. They got a lot of freshmen on that team forty-six true freshman and new head coach and pretty much almost a whole new coaching staff. The buffalo looked pretty. Chris by you know. And i use Reserves played pretty played pretty well late in the game but there down by twenty five points with like three minutes left. there was absolutely no way and You know a good one for buffalo beat northern illinois since nineteen sixty eight. I think. I think that's exactly what it took. Forty six true freshmen and a whole new coaching staff and a long cogan hiatus zo look out for northern illinois in the future at least in the mac circles Kent state look look pretty good in their opener. Akron looks just abs- absolutely dreadful We think that the all time losing streak is northwestern at like thirty four in the seventies or eighties. Akrons going to flirt with the longest losing streak in the history of college football but Let's ask at hand for thursday night. Generally going to be your whatever the nfl throws atucha knows what's in the morning show. You know they got that. Kyle brandt on good morning football when he was on the real world. The chicago's the chicago native on the real world. Chicago played football apparently before that at princeton and then after that he went on to days of our lives Did syndicate was a producer and syndicated radio before he ended up with that gig at the nfl network and he tried to sell us on the forty niners putting put a game together the couch and just would want it. More would wanna beat. Mike patent for the bad blood over the way that things went. When pen was the head. Coaching cleveland and shanahan was the offensive coordinator and yet brian. Hoyer you had this guy named Menzel out of texas am and it was just. It was just an ugly situation in cleveland. Calcium did not get that pound of flesh thursday night. This game was really pretty much over at halftime. Consider those twenty one to three at halftime thirty. Four seventeen is a terrible. It could have been more of a bloodbath in the second half. Did you see how it came to be thirty. Four to seventeen though all right so we don't you and i don't gamble if we go to the sportsbooks through yeah with roy twenty on on on a future that'll never hit because it's one of our teams like we gamble with our lives. Every time we leave the safety of our house but other than that no understood touche by The the over under this game was forty four. So it's thirty four to three with like six minutes left at the game. And kyle shanahan a decides that i i don't know that he had the under betters You he had any spite for the better but he decided that he was going to play this game to the very end called a timeout. With thirty nine seconds left and scored a touchdown with four seconds. Left and your thirty four to ten forty four point Under his under was fifty one and then it dropped to forty. As you learn that separate cisco wasn't going to bring anybody to play didn't have anyone to play everyone's injured. Yes yeah they didn't have anyone to play so thinking that they're going to get past that. Having george kittle suffered and garoppolo. It just wasn't going to happen. It just wasn't going to happen. Green bay discredit their defense. And just you know air. Having aaron rodgers helps but having receivers ten years behind the defense That definitely makes things a lot easier. The packers had some walk in touchdowns in add at twenty one to three. It was over At thirty four to three it was just a matter of how are going to honor the the gamblers eggs. Obviously green bay is gonna cover fight. don't play. Oh don't play unders owners of boring. No don't root for games not the have points because there's always something that can happen. A three game could get pretty ridiculous with a with a pick six and a kick return you could make you can make a A game that should be by all accounts under over by I don't think you see too. Many games go the other way Over as i heard the other day were th trending at about fifty three percent over the the unders which only hit about seven percent so Yeah that's about the extent elite gambling information. You're gonna get out of me. Rogers look they bounce back off you know. They lost to or they lost to the us tampa bay and then they. They had an inexcusable. And it doesn't doesn't hit the mind right away but you know for for them to get back in the swing of things. And also minnesota i sorta team with a bad record And they lost to a tampa bay team. That wasn't overwhelming tampa bay his kinda hit their stride. But you know. I'm not sure that we saw so much on monday night. Football against the giants. But you'll road games erode games you'll every team even the bad teams are filled with professionals. And that's why you don't get too many. Oh and sixteen teams. And that's why you have the any given sunday effect Going on in the national football league We watched a man who watch some some really really sloppy mac. Football a lot of fumbles I think that we saw a lot of ugly quarterback. Play out of nick mullins for the parts that we watched we watched first half a little bit of the second half and there was just. There was nothing more i can learn from that game. Know we didn't see the first round traffic. When rogers said the pine we saw boil go out there. And i'm wondering if jordan love is slow to develop or if. That's just a decision that they made because your backup to. Rogers doesn't need to be the future of your teen. Especially if you've got a defense that's hitting a rodgers out of the game. I don't necessarily need your rookie to comment in a situation like that. You know where whereas you could prepare them for a week and a half and ready to go Green bay on the air. I think that they're going to win. The nfc north. You know they're they're what game ahead of the bears right now. Detroit minnesota. thanks for playing in favorite five and three yes. Packers at sixty two fares at five and three. I think that it's fair to say that we could If both these teams trended in the direction that they were in the first half of the season packers furnish twelve and four bears. Finish ten and six. And i don't think that's going to happen. You don't bears are going to get five more wednesday absolutely not. The bear should be like two and six there in the middle of a two game. Losing streak right now. are the chicago. Bears still struggling with their quarterback joined says and other issues that that was a mistake data. I you're you're still unbeaten at the point when you hook trubisky foles dozen nice job. He comes in at the atlanta falcons. I really game against the colts. Lose a Actually they win a nail biter against the tampa bay buccaneers. The ads went out against carolina. And then they start playing the primetime games that lose to the rams lose to the saints in overtime Here com the tennessee. Titans in week. Nine tennessee's been can hit and miss but They're generally recognized as one of the better teams in the afc that it's minnesota the bye week. He'll play green bay for the first time until week. Twelve and then you meet again in week. Seventeen and i'm gonna. I'm gonna put ells on both of those games on my schedule at this point. It's not because. I have any hate for the bears or a love for the packers for that matter by a. It's just a pair to me that there's one good team in that division and the chicago bears are not one of them. They are finally starting to show their true bears. Colors see i. I don't think that all five and threes are created equal declines in. Chicago's might be. But i think that the arizona cardinals are definitely a different brand of five and three given the winds on their schedule. That those aforementioned five and three teams just simply don't possess I really under ordinary circumstances and be down out. Glendale see firm stadium watching. The cardinals played during the browns by week. But limited tickets You know it's like season ticket holders players families only so I may have seen my last football game for the year. Two thousand twenty hopefully Better crowds less restrictions in the twenty twenty. One these right now. it is what it is Let's throw to rake. Let's give a shout to our troops listing on the american forces network. She's gender rich. I'm jeff rich is foul territory. This is sports overnight. America on the sports byline broadcast network third and goal if backfield randall top. You're listening to foul territory with jeff and jen rich. 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Because lebron said that he doesn't wanna play until martin luther king day and that he pretty much won't so that means that the league should don't delay itself over one players desire one players vocal desires because of the status of that player that it with you john They need any words. Hear his last words out of not view include the gurgling sound so no. I've never four the benefits of one at the expense of the many. Yeah yeah it doesn't make any sense. But i'm a logical person. Logic doesn't exist anymore. so what's good for. The goose is not necessarily good for the gander. Genu- some cities. I always have some cities real quick Jen has a list of five cities. And if you don't have sunday ticket. I'm going to tell you what games are going to be available in those cities according or six sports dot com gadget right yakima washington yakima washington down dot down there by walla neon kind of the Oregon towards the idaho border though it was a soft y or a a yakima. Well i i think that it's definitely yakama. I don't think arkema. And i don't think that you you go to hard on the i either. I think it's yakima instead of yakima. Jackie yep kema what are they saying in washington well washington state in the state of washington. It depends on where you're at if you're down in the southeast corner of the state you're going to get Your baltimore and indianapolis early. You're gonna get miami and arizona late Those both on cbs. So let's see that baltimore indianapolis game uh cbs. Going to give you an eagle and charles davis in that miami arizona game. You're going to get andrew cameron and james lofton and i'm fox. Of course you're going to get the washingtonian home team a seattle see chickens but they are on the other coast and not really on the other coast but in the great lakes region playing the buffalo bills. And you're gonna get Chris myers and procured for that one. Let's let's go somewhere else. That's just kinda go. I mean on the map is only a couple inches over to the east but in actual miles. I think it's like four million miles. Bismarck north dakota it all depends on how big your raptors inches are right. Bismarck north dakota. Bismarck will north. Dakota's north of south dakota of course on just to the west of bismarck is kinda in the middle of the state. I think that if quizzed everybody would say the first city that comes to mind we say north dakota's probably fargo but Bismarck they're to show the detroit minnesota game early on cbs. They're going to show almost everybody's getting pittsburgh and dallas with nance an romo on the call on cbs laid and then Bismarck is getting the big game with kevin burkhardt daryl johnston on fox soccer carolina at kansas city. Another apsos patrick. Mahomes show more or less. I think this is the one week of the year where we probably don't actually have to explain to people. Aware places are in the country because everyone has literally been staring at a map for three days. Now well you know not necessarily the. The sports fans are turning into the radio show to escape from all the noise three days of staring at a math. It's going to be longer. It's gonna be everyone's going to be so geographically sound. I'm real as access. They were by morning. let's see fox's gonna give you that carolina kansas city game What are you getting any morello. Cbs late is gonna give you pittsburgh in dallas and then amarillo is getting a texas team. Who in at jacksonville. spiro deedes. Let mccall something just happened with. Houston lead her coming back. They had to call him account. Oh yeah jasper calcium to the texas. Yes sweet. Little deal with them. I mean he hasn't been headed that having to hang out with them for the last since the season started twelve weeks. Now they're just calling him and now he's just been chilling at home they're like hey we need you. We'll put up the clown signal and you can come hang out. But it's not mcleod's mccown clown Charleston south carolina charleston south carolina and not be confused with charleston west virginia charlotte north carolina. Charleston is going to get the denver atlanta game on cbs. I greg gumbel and rich gannon Late they're going to give pittsburgh dallas like just about everybody else is a charleston is getting get ahead. They're gonna get carolina in kansas city as well. We have one more city. We haven't hit all these game yet. So where else you so. I don't know if anybody knows what happened to the quad city. Dj's so since they're not around to provide sweet tunes for the cloud cities what can they watch football All right well quad cities right on the illinois iowa border. Can you name the quad cities. Come on ride the train that You need the clock city so we got What are we got there got rock island and the moines moline moines. No well we in clinton now. I have no idea the most time i've spent on the quad cities was with you when we drove through it for thirty five seconds next to quad cities. Though you're going to have to north quad cities are it's j. I just know the dj's i think you know the dj's of the quad cities you're enough. Oh come on the train train and they were like piece together from other not successful bands ari quad cities pittsburgh in dallas. And they're gonna get chicago at tennessee. Dick stockton greg jennings on the call. It's gonna be a kind of a rough one if you could sync up the radio. Maybe you you want to do. Just that Let's see what what games did we not mentioned. We got all the early games at cvs baltimore indianapolis detroit metro detroit. Minnesota's gonna be called by kevin harland and trek green We got both of the. Cbs league games. And then all right Pretty much in your local markets only Giants at washington. That should be the rule for all. Nfc east games Vegas and the chargers in la You're going to get that across. Colorado utah nevada and california. That's gonna be. Joe davis and march laura on the call You know we got balking. Aikman on the green bay san francisco call on thursday night on sunday night. It's going to be new orleans. Tampa bay ashby allen. Chris and then the monday night football create yes. Fiennes gonna have new england and the jets. How do they schedule. So many. just jot awful. Primetime games. john. I mean new orleans and tampa bay that the yellow. They've been excited about that one year. They they had it in week. One they're going to have it again here in week. Nine so that that's cool by green bay and san francisco. You didn't know that san francisco is going to be so beat up. So that's cool. But new england and the jets. I mean somebody at the nfl. Probably got a memo at some point. That tom brady. No honor plays for doing lend. And you know new york of course being the the tiny market that it is It hasn't gotten out that the jets sock. I mean there's like own eight now. Yeah yeah. I think we're gonna start seeing like i mentioned earlier. We don't see a lot of own sixteen and we haven't because we've seen it twice but eh going to become more commonplace especially when you look at these teams sort of tanking from for. I really like to see the jets. Go and sixteen draft trevor lawrence and avid. Now workout. i. I don't know i don't know kinda like put that bad taste in the mouth of. Maybe this isn't the best route to go well. Otherwise you're you're getting into a place where you have to start a lottery like the has. Which is you know pretty unfair. When you consider that the twelfth worst team could still end up with the first overall pick and is they expand. it'd be the fourteenth overall fifteenth overall. So i i'm not really a big fan of it You know taking i. I think that the browns played not to win for a few years. And you know there are people. It cost them the their careers because they were part of a bad team. They didn't get much of a chance. To rebound not the case across the board amisi o. Rien moster it's a good story. Was it was pretty much relegated to your down the depth chart with the browns. This terrible browns team gets rid of him and he ends up on a juggernaut there in san francisco. Some of our some of our college games on wednesday on thursday It was a mountain west showcase friday night features the acc More mountain west and even more mountain west across espn cbs. Sports network and fast one Some your big games on saturday Pac twelve kicking off you're gonna get Stanford and oregon of that one at four thirty pacific time on. Abc clemson in notre dame. Probably the game of the week even with Clemson playing without trevor lawrence They should be favored on the road in that game Sec football big ten football Early kickoffs pac twelve for breakfast ninety. Am california time kickoff arizona at arizona state. At usc make day we get on the people on the radio that make that On national radio that that don't make that distinction between the wildcats and the sun devils. And i just did it. The actual wildcats are going to be up in salt lake Playing the utah utes. And you could cross kyle whittingham's name off of any potential job for maybe michigan because he decided monster extension With the university of utah. So he's going to be a you'd for the rest of his life Other than that michigan at indiana. I think that that's a game that Could go either way based on what we've seen from both teams thus far texas tech and tcu. These are all your f- one games Oklahoma state and kansas state stated iowa north carolina at juke and north carolina. She run away with that one. One game that we're not gonna get Pac twelve after dark is washington state at oregon state. We're going to get that one on f s one at seven thirty pacific time but we will not get washington at cal because decided the they're not healthy enough to play football in week one attacked while the action. So it's going to hurt. Yeah that's disappointing to say the least but got to stay healthy. How could you start this thing. I mean they have zero margin for error there in the pac twelve and For you know for both of these teams. It's going to be a difficult run if they have a magical season. I don't think that we suspect those teams to have magical season. Air force army also got cancelled I i don't know the reasons behind that but Tulsa and navy cancelled as well just looking through the through the old schedule here and then We are going to get some sunday morning. Football on the east coast With new mexico at hawaii. 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SENATE IMPEACHMENT TRIAL STILL LOOMS FOR FORMER PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP

KILF Morning New Podcast

07:22 min | 8 months ago

SENATE IMPEACHMENT TRIAL STILL LOOMS FOR FORMER PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP

"Did you see bernie sanders. Yesterday's those mitten see from his face which which which wasn't much because he was wearing a big wolf ski cap and a mask over his face and he was sitting all alone on a folding chair at the inauguration. They couldn't even give him a real chair which he just looked miserable fans which were on the campaign trail have their own twitter account apparently or their own instagram account. Or something. like that. The men's do. I don't know it's like a thing. Apparently oh i don't know either. Anyway it was a historic day today. Running up and running to support our forty-six president joe biden but the trump impeachment senate. Trial is still looming. Fox news radio's tanya j powers joins us now from new york to talk about it. Good morning tanya good morning. So how will leaders mitch mcconnell and chuck schumer move forward with this thing. That's a very good question And it sort of depends on what kind of you know talk. They've been having on this House speaker nancy. Pelosi descend the article of impeachment To the senate could be tomorrow. It could be today or tomorrow it. Could you know because wait a while. Know there's been some democrats who've said maybe we should wait till after biden's for sunday There doesn't seem to be you know limit on how long they can hold that as we've already seen from last year's impeachment But whenever she does send that it would start the clock. They would have the you know. Trial would start at one o'clock eastern the following day and of course you would have opening arguments and things. We perceive their or hearing anything at all about this in In regards to the trump defense you know who will be his attorney. Because i s i guess giuliani's not going to be part of it. Right that's and that's a good question because you know. Giuliani has said that he would and then he said there was a meeting at the white house like a couple of days before Trump left office and then he came out and said yeah no. I'm not gonna do that anymore. So i that's a good question. Who would represent the president at this impeachment trial You know it doesn't appear to be the group that did this. You know in the first one. So i don't know i i'm not i'm not sure who exactly he's he's got you know it potentially lined up for that. I think that there are many republicans who would say why. Move forward with this impeachment trial because it could interfere or distract from hopes of unity. Which was a big message. That president biden said yesterday. Yeah i mean the political calculus on. This could go a lot of different ways. I mean i'm not a political scientist out there right now. Norton analyst But you know just even looking at this sort of you know with with the the common sense view. Let's say that you're a republican who has designs on twenty twenty four and you are thinking of promoting a presidential run if the president is convicted with a two-thirds thirds majority of senators. It would take probably a simple majority to disqualify him from holding federal office again which would preclude twenty twenty four one. If you're thinking about running for president and twenty twenty four which we already know there are some republicans who were clearly going to do that. how beneficial to you would it. Would it be to make sure he's not going to be the person who is challenging. You're challenging or he's challenging you You know that there's a whole lot of it may seem on the on the surface that republicans are just automatically going to line up behind trump. Because they did last year right not be the case. The only the only the only alternative they have is to try to rehabilitate to use a word of their their past relationship with the former president as you say especially if he is impeached or if he is convicted and if he's not even tried if the congress just decides to busy and there's enough water under the bridge and just let it go then. You're facing the possibility of him. Running again exactly Which again you know. There's we've had heard rumbling. You know everybody's heard this for the last four years of you know some republicans privately say they didn't appreciate or they didn't approve of some of the things that president trump did or said or you know his behavior whatever but they wouldn't ever come out and publicly do it You know if they even if they did at this point that would be a pretty obvious. thing to go okay. Yeah i i'm running for twenty twenty four. I don't i don't think there should continue a definitely. Don't want him to run I i think. I think it's interesting politics that we're going to be able to to watching the in the coming days and remember there's a new majority in in the senate This is not. This is not the center of a year ago. we're talking with tanya j powers about the new congress that's in session and what may happen. I guess the senate confirmed Joe biden's first cabinet member Believe deny director of national intelligence is the first confirmation for his cabinet Those senate confirmation hearings got kicked off the day before on tuesday When he you know when they. I think five of those in including secretary of state defense deny Treasury security was the other one. I don't have the list of but just sort of recalling from what the coverage was that day so yeah the first one has already been done so they've already got kind of got a foot in the door. They're hey tanya before we let you go. A last question just occurred to me and you being in new york. We were talking about this here a couple of days ago. I talking about how There was the report at the time that moving vans had been seen going into florida. And tomorrow lago. And i'm thinking wow well. How many moving vans do they need to take their personal out of the white house. And then we speculated possibly. They moved some stuff out of trump tower in new york down there. Have you heard anything about that know. That's a really good question. I hadn't even thought of that And i i saw the same moving van pictures and wondered. You know how much personal stuff you could have in. The white house. Looks like some of that stuff with you know. It's it's one of the just one of those things if you saw an ad for it. It'd be like furnished home. You know not exactly going. Yeah i need new in tables for this Exactly i don't know. They may have decided to take some of the stuff from from trump tower That's a that's a good question. I i wish i had had thought of that earlier. I would have gone down to trump tower to check that out and see if they were if they were moving. I mean of course. Trump tower is pretty big. There's a lot of people who live in. It could have been anybody but yeah. That's that's a good question on the other hand. You could probably just walk up to the doorman and ask him him. Slip one hundred bucks. I know what going up to. The doorman got a lot harder for years ago. sure you could just go out and stand in front of trump tower as soon as he was elected in that process and Giant trucks you can get anywhere near it. All right don. Thanks very much news. Time j powers with fox news in new york.

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Lots of Teens Across the Country Have Been Fully Vaccinated..The Number May Surprise You

KILF Morning New Podcast

08:03 min | 3 months ago

Lots of Teens Across the Country Have Been Fully Vaccinated..The Number May Surprise You

"Ooh baby could talk a lot. You know what she's thinking and what makes her happy but unfortunately baby kit or remind you. You're the one taking her to daycare today and she won't speak up if you drive street to work like any other day and never think to the vaccine every year. Dozens of kids die from heat stroke in cars no one is perfect so set a reminder and always look before you lock. Where's baby paid for by nitsa. Seventeen dave williams here all only at noah. Nobody helping me out except well i've got No does not true. I do have nicole deal as our producer this morning and scott scott the day off and amy is off this week. She'll be back on monday. And of course Dan wilson's pushing buttons as he always. Does i a lot of teams across the country have been fully vaccinated against corona virus. And it's kinda surprising. How many have already gotten the shot. Fox news radio's tanya j powers. Joining us live from new york with the morning numbers morning. Tony tanya dave. I'm really offended. I'm here for you anytime. i can't tell you how happy i am just to have somebody to talk with. And you're always a treat so good morning. Tell us about this. Good morning There is yeah the the vaccine has only been approved for those twelve and well twelve seventeen year olds can get it Pfizer's vaccine is approved for them. That's right now. That's the only one that is available for twelve to seventeen year olds but It's they've they've been they've been getting vaccinated. Pretty you know pretty quickly Now that it's actually available to them. That number has gone up Dramatically since you know they were able to start getting this in may You know the in they did. It was a maypole in for the kaiser family foundation. They said about twenty four percent of parents of children. Twelve seventeen said their kid had already gotten at least one shot and other eighteen percent said that they would get their kids vaccinated right away about twenty percent of that poll said they wanted to wait and see how they worked before getting a child vaccinated as of now according to the cdc Their their data range is There's not a. There's there's a lot of data on the cdc website. First of all. Let me just explain that if you've ever wanted to take a deep dive numbers if that is your spot right If you look at the population numbers from twelve years old and up Those are the cdc data track trigger. Anybody can see this The number of fully vaccinated people in the us. Twelve and up is fifty point. Three percent Now it's important to also when you're thinking about that goal that The federal government has set for us to get seventy percent Vaccinations fully vaccinated. Or i'm sorry at least one does by july fourth. They're talking about adults or not talking about. They're not lumping kids into that category however kids are getting the vaccine At pretty pretty good at a pretty good little clip here so that may actually you know actually help us achieve more of the community. We've heard so much about during this entire Thing as like. I said as of right now covid vaccine is available for those twelve is a pfizer biontech win. The modern folks are still doing Their clinical trials and are expected to ask the cdc Sorry the fda rather For emergency use authorization for their Vaccine for those twelve to seventeen populism time this month so you know there could be another one in the in the works. That may also be available to teenagers. You know pretty quickly You know that is one of the big things that you know has been thought to help you know. Not just the us that other countries as well get back into fully reopening schools and sort of some semblance of normalcy hopefully by the fall Where we can all go to you. Know friday night football games and sit next to each other and it stands and you know all the all the good stuff that we normally think about. The school year starts But yeah there's It's it's been a pretty good clip if you look at the The numbers eighteen and up the adult number. Like i said they want us to get to seventy percent Right now We're at sixteen three point nine percent for at least one dose which is where they want us to be in fifty three point. Three percent fully vaccinated so You know we're we're making making progress with it but still got a ways to go with if we want to get people to that. Seventy percent mark tony. I know one of the problems that that some people are having Is is probably spending too much time on social media or not understanding what they're reading in terms of of of Rumors that started as some sort of Research or some sort of report from dr in house. Sweden or someplace and there there. There's concern still among some people that the vaccine can have a negative impact on fertility is has that been pretty well dismissed from what i've seen. Yeah that's been dismissed There's like. I said there's a lot of a lot of information out there. You are correct and a lot of stuff on social media especially if my rule of thumb is if somebody's shared a post on facebook it makes your blood pressure just skyrocket. That's the that's a red flag. You should probably step back and go. Okay now wait a minute. Is this designed to do exactly what it's doing right now Because chances are it probably is There's also a lot of good information out there as well to to find about With the vaccine you know side effects we all know that when you get the vaccination there is the possibility of having side effects like fatigue or fever and chills for you. Know like a day or so Things like that. It's they're very temporary. Regan as as we've heard over and over Nothing nearly as severe as as getting the actual virus itself. The other thing to remember. When you're thinking about do. I need to get vaccine or not. When you're weighing that is the more people who are vaccinated. The less it's lifted spreading and the less those variants are gonna spread because the delta variant the one that was you know I recognized and seeing in india. That is the one that they're concerned about. That's become the dominant in the uk. And that's the one they're looking toward going. Okay that's probably going to be the dominant burying it here in the us. And that's the one that sort of drives home. Two point about getting both of your doses. Just one dose is not enough if you're gonna especially with these variants The numbers show that if you get the visor vaccine and they just they example this one the other day in the white house press briefing if you get the bar if you get the vaccine and you. You're when you're talking about the effectiveness of that back seen on the delta variant like. I said the one that was seen in india. The for if you only have one dose of vaccine you're only about thirty percent protected if you get two doses. You're eighty eight percent protected. So that's the whole a good reminder of hey one does his great it gives you some protection but you're going to need to go back and get that second one as well and now pfizer is testing kids younger than twelve right talking about Maybe being able to give give the shot two babies as young as six months old by the end of the year. Yeah they have been they've been working on those Clinical trials They were talking about that a few months ago when they were getting ready to present data about the teenager vaccines And they had already had those that clinical trial in the works. The madonna one is They've got their clinical trial. Like i said they're they're getting ready to present their their data for the twelve and twelve of seventeen group So they'll be more to choose from as well but yeah. There's you know they've they've got some pretty solid numbers under him the the pfizer vaccine does definitely all right tanya. Thank you very much made my morning here. I'm you know they'll have to spend the entire time talking to myself so appreciate it and good information have a good day. There's a tanya j powers fox radio news in new york. It's six twenty five time to check traffic again. Let's do it right now. Here's bill jackson.

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Vaccine Drama!

KILF Morning New Podcast

05:25 min | 6 months ago

Vaccine Drama!

"Do you own or rent your home. Sure you do. And i'll bet it can be hard work you know what's easy bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Its geico easy. Visit geico dot com. Today that's geiko dot com all right astrazeneca boy. They are having problems. And now it's beginning to appear as if they're having problems in terms of what they've been telling us about their testing results yeah Let's check in with tanya j powers with fox news now. She has more details on this morning. Tanya morning so what numbers did they use. And how was this discovered. Well they use the information that you know kinda came out on monday. When they gave their report they said that their vaccine was seventy nine percent effective in preventing symptomatic covid nineteen disease and that it was a hundred percent effective in keeping people from having severe cases of covid nineteen or being hospitalized which was big news. Then yesterday You had the you know word from health officials where they were basically like hold up. Hold up We believe that there was outdated information. Used in this. You know efficacy report from from astrazeneca which is highly irregular for them to put out a letter like this to sort of give people a heads up and go. Hey wait a minute. This is you know we. We need more information about this Now we weren't more about what their problem was. They basically have scolded the company and said they're cherry picking data You know make it. Look better than you know it might have. I won't say might have looked but didn't shoot straight with them. That's kind of what the issue is now. Astrazeneca says that. They're working on more up-to-date information The the problem. I think one of the sticking points was the fact that the information they had given was only only Tested up to february seventeenth and it was the most recent information it didn't include. You know a another chunk of time that seems to be what the problem was They have promised an update within forty eight hours to give more information but they keep saying even the even the most recent findings are consistent with what they've initially announced or with that seventy nine percent. efficacy you know. It is common for companies to release some early data and keep going with the results as they keep coming in. But this is not. This was the first stumble that astrazeneca had had with their maxine released. That might be one thing. But this is the second one That's you know kind of substantial with. Which is you know gonna make a lot of people kind of you know hesitant to to sort of go. Wait a minute. This is the one i want. Regardless of the fact that you know there could be more information coming out that there could be. you know. it'd be alright everything could be just fine but it it. May you know. Put that seat about people's minds. This is going to affect the distribution of their vaccine. That's a good question. i mean they've. They've said that they're going to apply with the fda here For an emergency use authorization and the coming weeks You know the fda is going to go through this with a fine tooth comb like they do the rest of this stuff Their advisory board is going to meet and those are by the way are public When they do their meetings that you can you know you can see those. You can watch Online it is hours and hours and hours of them basically going through every little bit of scientific data and then you know kind of putting the astrazeneca people on the hot seat and say okay. Well here's some questions. And what do you have to say about this and They're pretty thorough. I watched the johnson and johnson. And it's just hours of that So by the time the fda gets through with it and makes their decision. I think that More people might come on board and trust the whole thing And have have doubts. Let me put it that way. But they've got a long way to go. Pr wise before they can get to that point so there is a chance it sounds like that the fda could say no. I don't think so. Go back to the drawing board and come back to us later. Chance against You know i. I don't think any of us really started paying attention to our vaccines are made until now So i'm wondering if at some point in the in the past has been the case. I don't know that they would have gotten to that point though if somebody if they didn't like what they saw to start with That's you know that's that's kind of out of my realm of reporting but you know you kinda gotta wonder once he gets to the fda they've hopefully gotta be pretty sure it's a slam dunk before they get to that point. Well i think you also have to give credit to To medical expert scientists in europe and in in great britain where this scene has been approved and in use despite some anecdotal evidence. that That people after getting the vaccine were coming up with blood clots and that the two may be connected. You know so. It's not like these are necessarily bunch of You know they're just trying to pull a fast one on us. It'll be interesting to see how it all develops how it all works. Don't worry donald j powers thank you so much tiny.

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Corporate America Reacts to Georgia's Controversial New Voting Law: "Election Integrity Act of 2021"

KILF Morning New Podcast

07:28 min | 5 months ago

Corporate America Reacts to Georgia's Controversial New Voting Law: "Election Integrity Act of 2021"

"Do you own or rent your home. Sure you do. And i'll bet it can be hard work you know what's easy bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Its geico easy. Visit games dot com. Today that's geiko dot com eight nineteen now a. k. l. i. f. o. corporate america reacting to georgia's new voting law is called the election integrity. Active twenty twenty one and the ninety eight page. Bill has been deemed controversial in some aspects and said to include a lot of changes joining us now to help us make sense of all. This is fox. News is tanya j powers. Good morning tanya. Hey good morning al. How're you doing good. So why is corporate america so up in arms over these changes. Well i mean if you recall. There weren't weren't a lot of companies that came out ahead of time. I mean we've seen that this bill was You know kind of in the works that have been working. Its way through the state there But you know the biggest corporations like delta and coca cola and home depot all based in atlanta did not weigh in prior to the bill passing. There were a couple of businesses that did a salesforce and patagonia. Apparently did i know. Salesforce tweeted Some criticism of versions of this bill Then after it was passed of course there. Was you know kind of a a bit of a backlash to delta After it became you know known that they that they sort of worked with them. State legislature on this They had to kind of pedal on some of that there were also Black business leaders like Kenneth chenault summer chief executive at american. Express kinda frazier chief executive at merck seventy two black business leaders signed onto this letter that corporate america to basically publicly indirectly oppose new laws that would restrict the rights of black voters I believe that was in the new york times like the whole like letter itself. It seems like there was a full page Thing on that major league baseball is another one that has Decided to make a move in opposition because of the opposition to this georgia bill They are planning to relocate the all star game. We have understood that it could be as early as today that they announced that they're gonna move to denver for the rockies to host that to coors at coors field Again would still waiting on the official announcement there. But yeah this. This is one of those things that you know. Corporate america is being asked to to weigh in on one side or of it or another And from what. I understand you guys. Are there in the next. What what possibly may be the next battleground overall this I understand that. American airlines and bill. Both course base there in texas. Have public publicly criticized the proposals in your state On the voting measures as well. What i don't understand and i i don't know if you can illuminate us on this. But why corporate america suddenly these are big companies that have to have to answer to shareholders. They have to sell their products and services. Why would they get into something as divisive as these political issues in which they are essentially telling half of their customers to you know. Get outta here go away. I don't care what you think noticing. They're they're kind of being called out on it You know there's there's a lot of folks who are saying look. You're more than happy to you. Know tweet Your support of of black voters and your support of martin luther king junior on. Mlk day and other stuff that you you can't just say this sort of things for You know your branding to to look good. And then act and what they feel is direct opposition of their best of the interest of those people So there's a lot of. There's a lot of i guess. Politics going on as far as corporate. America goes with all of this It is going to be interesting to see how this continues on and Because there are a number of states texas and one that has introduced a bill kinda like this. So there's other ones that are coming. It's it's going to be interesting to see how many more states you know where big corporations are located. Those big corporations are going to be called out at some point to go okay. Well you know. We've seen what happened in georgia. How do you feel about the bill. That's working its way through this date. You know and i can imagine that. That's probably on the on the horizon. All right thanks. tanya appreciate it. Tony day powers. Imagine if this if this continue this sort of thing continues every time any state passes a law that's controversial at least there's going to be some sort of boycott or ball kinds of noise from corporate sponsors and everybody on facebook and twitter and good grief. By can't we all just agree to disagree and this move about the cabin doesn't affect you. It doesn't affect you. And i understand what this particular issue. There's a great deal of fear that this is unfair to certain blocks of voters without but without even getting into that are unfair. Right certain people certain issues various issues. You know what i'm saying. And it's a law the land. This is a matter for the voters of georgia to deal with. Is you know. But it's tanya said and i don't like when companies tell me how to think exactly. Oh yes exactly. You know you're asking me to buy your product and then you tell me you know what i should think. police like. it's like singers in. Who get onstage. Tell me how we should think. I just wanna listen to your music. Don't tell me how. I want how i should think we've gotten to a point where it's not safe to express an opinion anymore. Unless you want a whole bunch of flack unless you want to go on facebook and say i agree with this law or i disagree with this law and look out. Katie bar. The door here come all your friends telling you why your stupid you know where this all started on college campuses and they started banning kids from you know having different viewpoints and ideas right right. That was a couple of years ago. Remember yeah i mean. I thought that was college was all about. It's very sad. I used to have conversations on facebook with my friends about social issues cultural question. My gosh and and no and no no. No many times it would be illuminating. I would get a perspective that i hadn't thought it changed my mind. That's not going to happen anymore. Because i'm not gonna. I'm not gonna open the subject so we're all going to just be disengaged and not learn anything from anybody like sometimes you change your opinion by something. I say versa. Yep as we don't always agree. You and i can do it but i tell you what you can't do it. You can't do it and i don't think i'll blame social media either anymore. I've decided not to blame social media. It's not social media. It's people people being people. Social media just gives them the access. It's like don't blame the gun for shooting somebody. Hey twenty five. Let's get an update on traffic on the fives. Here's bill jackson.

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Which States Have the Most Vaccinated People?

KILF Morning New Podcast

06:56 min | 4 months ago

Which States Have the Most Vaccinated People?

"Fox's tony day powers joins us live now with the numbers. Good morning tanya. Hey good morning so we wanna know where texas falls on the list. Well texas falls on the list At about thirty nine percent of the population they're having at least one dose of the vaccine Fully vaccinated twenty eight percent is what i'm seeing As far as the texas population If you go to the cdc's website. Generally and i say generally for even The cova data tracker numbers are plentiful on the cdc's website. You can break it down and age groups and states and all kinds of things the one thing and they've even got a county view where you can look at how things are doing literally just in your own backyard there in your own county except for texas which is kind of head scratching and very interesting if they do not list. The county information on there for texas. So what i did was dug into your dallas county Information and did find some really interesting things about what's happening there in your county This is from the dallas county health and human services site as far as vaccinations by age. Gen-x is showing up so it out. Y'all i'm just gonna tell you We think to be going to get our shots. Forty five to fifty four year olds make up the most shots given in dallas county It kinda goes down from there. Little bit of fifty five to sixty four is seventy two thousand Thirty five to forty four year olds vaccination by age. Sixty two th seventy one thousand. That's per one hundred thousand people. So when i say eighty two thousand i don't mean in your whole county per one hundred thousand people in your county Also the women were slightly more women than men are getting vaccinated there in your county and that also tracks with national figures That is what the cdc has said. Nationally as far as you know women versus men a few more women are getting the the vaccination more so than men If you've wondered when you should go get your shot eleven fact that the dc. Hhs folks break this down by our If you wondered. Well if i go in the morning am i going to beat the beat. The rush apparently according to their data from eight to noon is the busiest time over the past several days. To get your shot injections per hour lesson as the day wears on. So if you're thinking of going to get your covid. Nineteen shot And you don't want to wait in line or deal with a lot of folks or anything later in. The day is probably better anytime especially afternoon. A o'clock especially we'll also get you. They're they're they're starting to shut down some of the big vaccination centres here because there just isn't the demand i know in iowa. They're saying we don't need anymore vaccine. We don't want anymore. Yeah that is that is kind of one of the things. We're seeing across the country. Like i said you know As far as the states that are really seem to be doing the best with all of this The new england states seem to be to be getting more doses. In at least one shot in arms new hampshire i with sixty one percent With at least one dose of their population massachusetts vermont connecticut maine. Also that lived. Hawaii is doing great with fifty. Four percent Rhode island new jersey. These are kind of in order new mexico. Pennsylvania california the dc area with maryland in washington dc. New york forty eight percent. So that's that's sort of how the rest of the nation stacks up all right tanya. Thank you very much great anytime. Tanya j powers scott way joining us air scott. You've found a story that that caught your attention. You want to tell us about. Yeah this is a. We've all seen fit bits and apple watches. And and the the things you can wear nowadays to help you track your steps and you know be better in shape and to avoid becoming a big chunk if you don't know what that means google chagas. It's basically a fat bugs bunny but now there's a company called next styles it's a startup company and they're trying to take it a step further from the bracelets and the watches too smart fabrics aka shirts that will be like lying with circuitry. They'll be able to tell your heart rate your your we really any this absolutely not this is this is to me taking it too far like we're going to a point where you're going to be putting clothes in your washing machine. Twenty four seven in everything. We do right and i imagine i can see how this could be useful for athletes. You know if you're selling like workout gear specifically for those who are trying to like you know. Make sure they're getting the most other workouts and being shaped shore but like i don't think the three of us are going to be going out spending because i imagine it's going cost a lot of money spending hundreds of dollars for smart t shirts. My t shirts you telling me. Hey we're getting stretching down here. This is ridiculous. they really think they. I guess they really think there's a market for this. Because you know you don't you don't start manufacturing stuff unless you figure you can sell it. Well that's the thing is that the the the fitbit's popular. The apple watch is in the popular with the just the little peripherals you can wear so. Of course there's a market for it. It's just i if if the watch can do it. Why do you need a shirt you know. Why would you have wanted to go through an entire shirt unless it reads your vitals. A little bit better. But i mean for as far as i know those fitbit's and the watches do a pretty good job of giving you your vital. So i don't know why do they do a great job of stressing you're every moment on earth you're worried about everything worried about how many steps i took today. I'm worried that the my heart rate. I'm worried that i'm not sleeping enough. Good grief this is killing us. I told you. I set up my my iphone. Watch my i watch. I set up The heart rate monitor thing to monitor everything when i sleep and everything and by the next out reading it the next more joel. I'm done at this. Yeah what's the point. Now you're going to have a little device. Run your life for you this. I just looked at this whole story. And i couldn't find anything in here. That explains how you're going to clean these things. Have you seen anything about that. Well it did say that they're going to try to make it to where you can actually throw it in the washing machine now. I don't know how they're going to do that. You know unless it's like the actual fabric itself wraps around the technology to where it's protected from water and and the elements but now shared. It'd be one very expensive. You put it in the dryer and alarms will go off be arriving because you're you're smart. porch his calling.

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In-Person School NOT Contributing To COVID Spread?

KILF Morning New Podcast

09:03 min | 8 months ago

In-Person School NOT Contributing To COVID Spread?

"Eight seventeen at klif f. Turns out according to the cdc that in person school is not significantly contributing to the spread of covid nineteen. There are so many teachers and parents were very worried about this and the kiddos went back to the cloud. Still are teachers in. Chicago are on the verge of striking. Because they feel that they're district is not doing enough to keep them safe. But both with more on this later story. fox's tanya j powers joining us. Good morning tanya tanya the you there hello hi i'm here yes i can hear you now. That's good So tell us about this. Cdc report and what schools are considering about reopening what they found and by the way this was published on tuesday in the journal of the american medical association. If anybody wants to go read this whole thing for themselves that's where you inside it. They said there's been little evidence that schools have contributed meaningfully to increase community transmission. They have been studies to back this up now. They looked at stuff you had happened. You know throughout the fall in you know the previous month up to now One of the instances they looked at seventeen will k. through twelve schools in wisconsin. They found that just seven out of one hundred ninety. One coronavirus cases resulted from in-school transmission. Now the other half of that number. 'cause that's a really low number in great news. The other half of that though is to remember that students and staff in those schools will masks almost all of the time That seems to be a huge factor. There as we already know that you know mask wearing reduces virus spread The bottom line of what they've basically found here is reduced virus spread in the community in order to keep your school open if your community transmission transmission rates are lower. That goes a whole lot more a whole lot better for you know keeping schools open the other Instance that they use. The example was that they were concerned about indoor sports in particular Extracurricular activities that don't allow distancing and matthews and that was sort of a born out through this example from a florida wrestling tournaments. That actually became a superspreader event They brought together ten schools in this tournament. A hundred and thirty athletes and coaches thirty percent of participants were infected with the corona virus. This led to at least seventy nine more infections and one death So you know. Obviously you can't socially distance while you're wrestling You know that and mask are much more difficult. So that's the other sort of example here of you know you have some event like this where you don't have the distance thing in the mask youth and play. This is obviously what can lead to you know. More mo- spread of the virus are some school districts and and our teachers pushing back against the cdc Study because i think it was done in a rural community as opposed to like more densely populated area. Yeah you're right. This was the school constant. We're in seventeen. Rural k through twelve schools So you know you're you're correct on that and it's not a one size fits all sort of thing They did find that the incidence of infection with lower in school. You know then. The community at large You know they looked at the took a thirteen weeks when they did this. Study over the fall of last year. i do know here in new york city. You know they have been doing random testing That and that's another thing that they have called for already. That schools should require masks. They should allow for distance of six feet between people. Keep students in you know small groups to limit the number of people who have to quarantine if there is an exposure screening tests to identify asymptomatic infected people and also increased air ventilation. They given this this guidance Schools to you know give them some sort of framework to go onto to keep the virus spread low. but i do know that Have here in new york city. They've been randomly testing since they sent kids back to school and i believe it was a mid december early december. Something like that. Because that's that's one of the ways that they've been able to kind of track the progression of it all right tanya. Thank you so much. Always good talking with you. Tiny tiny jay powers with news. Twenty one now. Klif while the founding fathers are being cancel culture cancelled. Yep ashington san francisco san francisco leading the way in in the cancel culture. And you say what you want about. Can't san francisco and Certainly we have here. But you know you can look at them as a bunch of wacky wacky birds or whatever but the fact of the matter is these ideas spread. Everything starts in california first and then goes east george. Washington abraham lincoln. Thomas jefferson are not safe. William mckinley james garfield james monroe. Herbert hoover even francis scott key. Not safe paul revere robert louis stevenson all these names they are on public. Schools in san francisco will be changed by six to one vote from the school board. It's gonna be expensive. Oh yes changing. All those names not does not dimension stupid. You know who else. They're getting rid of. Yeah this is a mind blower dianne feinstein elementary school and she's a democrat. So that's the thing but you know what she did. She back in nineteen eighty. She replaced a damaged confederate flag outside of city hall in one thousand nine hundred eighty six. Okay all right. We're not only going to cancel anything that might be offensive to somebody. We're going to cancel all of history because it's offensive to somebody Mayor london breed of san francisco however finds the whole thing offensive. Whole thing events. You know it's funny about ruse roosevelt middle school. It's not clear if the board new which former president roosevelt was named for the second ever moved anywhere. Just take care take off. I mean that fat guy teti. He was out shooting animals. So you know just stopping so comical stop naming things after people because everybody has something that in their lives. that'd probably offended you anyway. The mayor of san francisco kinda surprisingly said the whole thing is offensive. He said the school board should focus on reopening schools close during the pandemic rather than renaming them. Don't we have bigger issues to consider. Apparently not all right. A daily mail exclusive pay attention men explosive new book. I would call the running new book. I would call it a bombshell bombshells business. We have to call blames the kgb began grooming young and vain donald trump forty years ago by saving him from financial ruin and termed him into a russian asset who gave putin everything he wanted us. President boy that's a lot. Somebody's written a book on it. It's called it's called it's called. It's is called american kompromat with a k. how the kgb cultivated. Donald trump and related tales of sex greed. Power and treachery by craig. Unger author interviewed high level sources apparently soviets who defected former cia officers. Fbi counter intelligence agents lawyers and more dislocation over to defected intelligence officers. That is people who make their lives lying. Look i don't know. I don't know anything about the book and i don't think about the research that he's done it It could be accurate. Could it be entirely accurate. Who knows problem is these days. You'll never mind out because you can't believe anything anybody says or rights because everybody's got everybody's got a scam going and now now that i have that worm in my head. Thank you a. what's a matter you. Hey i m looking. Hey it's not place even you the last line too rude. You always do that. You've there's the second time this morning you've done that you will do something you can't say on the we're all trying to figure out what it is. No but you'll tell me off the air after. Try to figure out how to explain it to the audience this audience. I'll figure it out. It's eight twenty five.

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Tax Credits Likely Coming If You Have Kids

KILF Morning New Podcast

08:47 min | 4 months ago

Tax Credits Likely Coming If You Have Kids

"Do you own or rent your home. Sure you do. And i'll bet it can be hard work you know what's easy bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Its geico easy. Visit geico dot com. Today that's geiko. Dot com with a biden administration has announced a tax credit. That's going to go to nearly ninety percent of families in the country. Fox's tony jay powers joins us now live to explain. I guess oncle sam's gonna be right now checks tanya. Yeah the starting in july. This is when these Families can expect to see this The fifteenth of july is when they start. It'll be a out on the fifteenth of each month unless that date falls on the weekend or a holiday. Then you should probably look for that on the following monday But families will get monthly payments of up to three hundred dollars for each child under six years old and up to two hundred and fifty dollars for each child. Six to seventeen years old The credit goes away once the child reaches eighteen. What what what is driving this. Why why are why. The government sending Sending families are money and at what point does them well. I mean this is basically the child tax credit program. These normally are giving us tax refunds. But instead they're going to they're going out monthly So it's not just a you know a while spending spree speak Which a lot of people may hear the headline of this and wait a minute whereas all those coming from. That's what this actually is. These are normally given us tax refund. These the child tax credit did get expanded under the american rescue plan to covid relief. Plan that was passed in march That expanded the the maximum payments families can get child from two thousand to thirty six hundred dollars. These is phased out depending on how much your household makes For families who have income over one hundred and fifty thousand that were married taxpayers filing jointly or qualifying widows or widowers like. I say that's where it starts to phase out there If your head of household one hundred twelve thousand five hundred where it phases out and seventy five thousand for others other tax payers People who probably got Their stimulus payment or maybe their tax refund money or whatever. The direct deposit. That's how they will probably see this Come to their account They don't have to do anything as long as you know. Filed your taxes By the types headline of yesterday they'll use your twenty twenty taxes if not then they'll use the twenty nineteen texas. Where have you don't have a direct deposit account on that on file with the irs. Then it will probably go Through either a paper check in the mail or a card like a debit card because some people's Stimulus money was actually sent that way You know there were. I remember all the stories. After the first round of stimulus checks out and people were like wait. A minute was this. Is this something you know. Because they came in the mail. A lot of people didn't realize they were getting the an actual like a debit card instead of a paper. Check or something. A lot of people threw them away because they didn't realize what they were. They could come in that form as well But like i said most of the people who have filed in the past or got stimulus checks via direct deposit. That's how they will probably be about eighty percent of people from what i understand from the irs Eighty percent of folks. Who will get this. That's probably how will show up. We're new jimmy powers from fox news about the government's Tax credit which is actually going to go out in the form of checks not tax credits but at any rate the tiny my understanding of this is the idea is to lift children out of poverty and yet it's going to be applied to eighty eight percent of american families child defense fund says that one out of six kids in this country lives under poverty. It it sounds a little bit like an old fashioned child. Welfare program for the majority of americans well like i said these are normally given us tax refund You know the they're basically splitting up the lump sum but people would be able to put on their taxes for the child tax. Care are the child tax credit and sending them out. You know per month again. Like i said this did get expanded from two thousand dollars. A child to thirty six hundred dollars a child Because of the money that was set aside in the covid relief plan. So that's where the extra money coming from But again this is. This is stuff that would be given as a tax refund. They're just splitting it into payments service. Basically in advance. That's the way it looks. Yeah i mean. I'm not a tax expert by any stretch. Let me reiterate that But from the information that we have and by the way this is also on the the irs website if you go to the irs website and look of look. The advances child tax credit payments. That is what they're called is advanced child tax credit payments for twenty twenty one. They've got information on their most of what which actually way more than what i just told you Due to the first time we have. But yeah that's you know it gives you all of the information as to How how would the qualifying are what it means how you might get this in your in your account. All right tonya go. Fox's tanya j powers reporting live six twenty two at klif. a saw the story yesterday. And i said. I told my wife about this. And if something that all women need to know about says that co vaccinations are making it possible for more women to go out and get mammograms right But the vaccinations now appear to be distorting the results and leading to some false positives. Mammogram heard this. Just here. And there that the kovic can trigger response in the immune system that sometimes results in large lymph nodes And it shows up on the x ray shows up on the mammogram and that raises of course red flag and you may be called back for further tests to get. Maybe you know an ultrasound to dr might say. Why don't we put you down for six weeks from now and have another look and of course they have to weigh the risk of holding off your mammogram even longer to avoid the stress of a possible. False alarm they may. You may find your doctor saying had your kovic nations. Yes when did you get him Well my head and my last one month ago okay well. Why don't we wait a couple of a couple more months before we have the test. That would make me scared. I'd wanna go get a alger sound down immediately. That's something you need to be aware of their and this australia's oldest ever man live in more than one hundred eleven years. They always ask these people. Why do you know what went down secret to a long life. He says chicken brings he eats chicken. Brains yeah he said you know chickens have a and in there. There's a brain and they are delicious little things as only one little bite. He said i have never heard of anybody. Eating chicken brain's freezing related to me. His name is dexter krueger. My my grandmother's maiden name risk rigor really probably some in some respects is a seventy four year old son credits. His father's simple outback lifestyle for his long life says his memories amazing for being one hundred eleven years old but still chicken brains. Where do you go to get those. You don't have to talk to talk to the butcher there without some piece of eight brains of other yet but chicken brains a little tiny brains the smartest thing in the world. How big can their brain beat now. How many of those crowds or something that cow's tongue well in terms of it being odd and repulsive to most of us yes but just as being a a. You know that. I ever tell you about the time i had forget what they call it. Calf fries those testicles. Now my my father in law was offered some nieces. I'm not well that's how they make kisco you know. I'm not eating any of that unless my son in law does and i know he won't and i just reached over and grabbed one case she made with intestines. Mike as a casing. And why is that better. And that's how they make a lot of sausage course has intestine casing already. Hope y'all having turning this morning.

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GOP Members Tour the U.S. / Mexico Border

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GOP Members Tour the U.S. / Mexico Border

"Do you own or rent your home. Sure you do. And i'll bet it can be hard work you know what's easy bundling policies with geico geico makes it easy to bundle your homeowner's or renter's insurance along with your auto policy. It's a good thing too because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. Its geico easy. Visit geico dot com. Today that's geiko dot com. We're always with you just download and listen to the klif app on your phone. This is real news and information. Five seventy klif klif dot com the here. It is tuesday all last week on vacation right getting a little tired. i'm fine. you're not good. Okay with the time change in i've always i've always said that After vacation you shouldn't have to work a full week monday. I never work a full week anyway. Well that's natural all right. It's another day off by the way until like may revenue-raising. Wow yeah used to. Senior group of republican members of congress are touring or getting ready to tour the us mexico border today to see what some describe as a crisis fox news radio tanya j powers joining us now from new york morning Fox good morning good morning. Tanya your vacation you fox no. It wasn't my vacation. It was amy's so tell us about who who's who's coming to taxes. Well this took place yesterday. So the they went to the paso central processing center In el paso and they The was House minority leader kevin mccarthy along with twelve other republican members of the house This is kind of you have to understand the backdrop of what's going on around this because the visit is what's getting a lot of the headlines And that that is something that has taken place however the thing to keep in mind. Is this as as the house is about to take up to immigration bills We create a pathway to citizenship for dreamers as well as farm workers in that so that's sort of the backdrop with with all of the renewed focus on the on the border right now on the You know the the biden administration did stop construction on. The border wall has started kind of unwinding some of the former president's immigration policies. One of the things they did leave in place though was that Key policy that was it allows the government to expel undocumented migrants coming to the us seeking asylum. So that is one thing that is still in place. there have been more migrant children coming to the border The associated press has done some some reporting on this as well There has also that uptick in people coming to the border to come across has been going on Ramping up since april of last year. So this is sort of a year in the making. It has gotten a apparently worse in the last couple of months As of sunday morning more than forty two hundred unaccompanied migrant children have been are being held in short term holding facilities that is according to. Cbs news reporting This as something. That university is getting a lot of attention for right now. Which is the fact that they're gonna to the immigrant teenagers at the convention center around which i'd love to get your take on that as well Because you're right there in the in the backyard so to speak I'm curious what they do. After the ninety days though that there at the convention center what happened to them. Then yeah that's a good question on. This is something that they're still tr- struggling to find space for for these kids who have been in the in the immigration system just in the last couple of months that That headline out of out of dallas. Today is the one one. That's getting a lot of attention. Matter of fact. I've got another story i'm about to do on just that So you know we'll definitely be keeping our on the situation there or at fox of fox's tanya j. paris tiny no we have to let go at this point but thank you so much for the information we appreciate it have a good day. It is six twenty one now. Klif well a year after the first wave of covid nineteen infections swept across the country group of patients marking the start of an illness. That never went away. It's being referred to as long cove and an estimated ten to thirty percent of cova patients following this category. They continue to experience symptoms months after their initial diagnosis. Many had mild to moderate covid cases at first and they were never hospitalized but months later they're still grappling with often debilitating symptoms including fatigue brain fog shortness of breath racing heartbeats etc. This is a weird disease. I talked to someone that. I know that had covid and He said he's just getting over. I'm trying to think when he had it. He had it back in january and he said he's just now getting over all the symptoms. So i know that it takes a while for those. But it's it's so strange because it affects people so differently. There's no way to determine or due to anticipate what how how severe symptoms are going to be what the symptoms will be. How long they'll last. And all that. As a matter of fact. We're even seeing that with with regard to the vaccinations right people getting side effects and some people not getting side effects. And why does some people get it. And not because this particular person that i was talking to was around his his wife and his two kids When he was not feeling well and he spent the whole day with them before he tested positive and they didn't get it. They didn't get it yeah. I don't get it he now. It's just a random really is every member of the house of representatives could be vaccinated by now turns out Congress has its own supply of corona virus. Vaccines don't you know. I guess that's all right. It's five hundred people but any rate Twenty five percent of the members of the house have not gotten a shot. Or if they have they are not reporting. It knows why. The secret i mean. I don't know. I don't want any repercussions in their districts. Because oh you got off right. Yeah that's all it is. I mean. I don't know i'm just putting that out there. I suppose that's it a poll by npr pbs. Newshour marist has a lot of people. Polling shows a clear political spin on vaccinations among republican men forty nine percent these members of congress of the house among republicans forty nine percent. Say they do not plan to get a shot. Really compared to six percent of the democrats more specifically among those who were supporters of former president trump in the last election nearly half forty seven percent. Say they don't intend to get vaccinated. And that that probably explains why dr fauci made a public plea on sunday to the former president to urge his supporters to get shots. He said it would be very helpful for the effort for that to happen. I agree with them as i agree with. If you're lawmakers snuck presents you not leads by example. I guess trump's not gonna do that. They're gonna keys not in that ad there that public service announcement that the other living presidents did. Although i'm sure he wasn't invited he wouldn't have gone anyway. This is cool. Israeli archaeologists have announced the discovery of dozens of new dead sea scroll fragments bearing a biblical text in other was a touring exhibition of the dead. Sea scrolls came through fort worth a couple of years ago and we went to see that really really interesting. These are the first new schools found in archaeological excavations in six years. It's really interesting in israel if building is under construction. And they find some sort of Archaeological dig some sort of ancient. They have to completely stop construction. Sure and many times that's permanent in this country we stop it because of a bug. It's it's fascinating is really fascinating when you go there and see how that history. That's that's covered up these. These fragments were found in desert cave believed hidden during a jewish revolt against rome. Nearly nineteen hundred years ago.

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