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'How dare you!': Grief, anger from Buffalo victims' kin
"A plea for the nation to end racial violence 86 year old Ruth whitfield was one of ten black people massacred in an attack on a supermarket in Buffalo New York her daughter Robin Harris during a Thursday news conference first shouted how dare you referring to accuse gunmen Peyton gendron before she called on people in this country to take action I need this Violence to stop We need to fix this And we need to fix it now Attorney Benjamin krupp says gun makers know what they are selling and who their customers are What did they think this 18 year old young man was going to do with an AR-15 that can shoot 70 rounds and 20 seconds Authorities are investigating the possibility of hate crime and terrorism charges against children who posted hundreds of pages of his plans before the shooting I'm Tim McGuire
How Bad Can Biden's Economy Get? Stephen Moore Explains
"Stephen, let me just continue on that note. Are you seeing because as a famous economist once said to me, economics is the science of demonstrating that water runs downhill. It's not, you know, it's not voodoo. It's not a dark art. It's common sense, right? It's just common sense. Is there anybody you're hearing on the other side of the aisle to think tank or in the quote unquote political elite who's saying, yeah, this is nuts. We can't print more money, send money to the Ukraine, the punish the wealth generators in America because I don't see it. Are you seeing it? No, you don't well, you don't see it among any of the Democrats in Congress who are just very dutifully voting for every Obama initiative. You know, we have a race I met with JD Vance this morning. You know, he's running against Tim Ryan from Ohio. This is an example of what you're talking about. And Tim Ryan is going around the state of Iowa saying, I'm a moderate Democrat. I'm a middle pro worker, a Democrat. And JD said, well, that's interesting because you voted a 100% with Joe Biden. How are you a moderate Democrat? All these guys, they voted in a 100% with Biden on everything. So there's no voices of sanity and Congress except for Joe Manchin who saved our country. Thank you, Joe Manchin. You really did say, by the way, I'm sorry to go up on a tangent here. Go ahead, go ahead. Yep, Bezos said, hey, the guy who really saved you was Joe Manchin. You know, you wanted to spend another $5 trillion because Biden's running around the country now saying he reduced the deficit. Can you believe this? You can't make this stuff up. He's about three $4 trillion they say. Fiscal conservative. And then, of course, here's the bigger problem, though, and I shouldn't be laughing because this is a very serious matter. There's nobody in The White House. There's no sane voice in The White House who was saying, hey, you know, you can't do this. You have to, there's no adult in the room. There's nobody who knows anything about business.
New 'disinformation' board paused amid free speech questions
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Will the 2024 Republican Presidential Field Be Trump vs Everybody?
"No, I want to turn to The Washington Post column I have up this morning over at the landing page. Trump hovers, but the numbers of his likely rival grows. I divide would be 2024 people into three bags, ultra maga, maga light, and everybody else. And a few candidates like Ron DeSantis, Tom cotton, Mike Pompeo, Rick Scott, Tim Scott, Ted Cruz. They can do all three of those groups. What do you think about my general categories? Those are people like youngkin and Nikki Haley. And everybody else, Chris Christie, who's coming up next hour and Mike Pence and people like that. Fair enough tax hominy, taxonomy. I think it's a useful text on me. I kind of look at the erasers divided into two candidates or two groups. One is Trump than everybody. Everybody is. Yes, that's true. And so so much rise on what president Trump decides to do in 2024. I think he's leaning toward running at the moment, but that could change. If his president Trump, he likes to change his mind, I am provided. But I think it's important for the other candidates you mentioned here not to be deterred by the prospect of a Trump candidacy. If you really believe that this is your moment, the calling to call has arrived and that you can offer the country a successful presidency, you should run and you should be prepared to run against Donald Trump.
Tim Parrish and Sebastian Discuss the 'Southern Strategy'
"You said something fascinating about you reacted very, very powerfully to an individual who mentioned the southern strategy. And you kind of exploded. It's BS. It's all ancient. I had your back and I said, yes, it is rubbish. This idea that dinesh d'souza is masterfully blasted out of the water as well that the GOP flipped and the racism thing in America just magically changed overnight. Could you unpack just how the internal logic of the sovereign strategy makes no sense. It makes no sense whatsoever. And the reason why I exploded on the gentleman and I went over into apologize later because I did explode. It's frustrating. And it's also frustrating that our party won't do anything about it. It won't push back on this idea. Thank God for doing extra shoes and prager U and these groups that are out pushing back on this stuff and writing these wrongs, but the idea that the south became the Republican party and they became more they became less racist or more racist as it became more Republican is just ridiculous. I mean, if you think about it logically, which doesn't happen a lot on that side. As the Republicans who were dominating the north moved into the south, the south would have become less racist, but that's not what happened. It's the exact opposite. And so you have to sit there and go, wait a second, this doesn't make any sense.
LBJ and the Issue of Fatherless Birth Rates
"Talk about some issues. Just Larry is a font of stats. And he just spewed out these stats on the stage. And when he said, more than 70% of all black children are born to fatherless homes. You go, you know, how much money has government spent on the minority betterment since the great society. What's 19 says? So let's 50 years. Right. And the poverty rates, they're not lower. The poverty rates are the same or higher. But the fatherless birth rates have exploded. So how do we even begin to grasp that nettle if there's an incentive? Well, I think that one of the things you have to look at, the answer to that really for starters goes back to LBJ. I'm going to have these inwards voting Democrat for 200 years I'm going to lock them in. I'm going to, I'm going to buy the vote. Absolutely. And then you go and you look at how they fundamentally broke apart the nuclear family, which you still happening today. Which was in the BLM. Website until they scrubbed it. It's really scrubbed it. But that was, you know, there's nothing new under the sun. You know, these guys are doing the same thing over again. But back then, it was, hey, if you had a certain income level, which husbands or fathers were most of the times the breadwinner, if you had these income level, you didn't qualify for X, Y, and Z and so dad started walking away so that families could be supported on these government programs. That translated and devolved really into fatherless homes and man, you break apart the nuclear family, and we see the negative impacts of that in community still to this day. And so they knew what they were doing. It was systemic and LGBT LBJ told us. Right. He told us, he gave us the answer to the test and years and years and years later exactly his prophecy if you call that his coming true.
Tim Parrish and Sebastian Discuss the Minority Vote
Republicans and the Minority Vote With Tim Parrish
"I look at a GOP establishment that either writes off minorities like Asian and black or thinks that they simply, they don't know what to say, how to do the outreach. I look at the four years of the Trump administration with the increased popularity, more Hispanic, more black votes for him after four years in 2020. Am I wrong about the GOP? Do we know how to talk to them? You were telling me some amazing stories about just shocking lack of understanding. We don't. Doctor gorka and it's unfortunate and it's sad and it's costly because as we go into a cycle after election cycle, we don't, as a party, particularly the establishment, know how to engage with those from diverse communities. And we don't know how to tell our story. A story that has actually resonates with the diverse communities more than any other political group, but also we've been very reactive. We've actually settled on just being reactive. We let the other side lie and paint our picture for us. And then we react to that. And it's already going this thing. No, we're not racing. Exactly. Right. Exactly. That's the best we got. The letters, oh, you're racist. No, no, no. No. That's them controlling the narrative.
J.D. Vance Shares His Feelings Post-Ohio GOP Senate Primary Victory
"Is JD Vance, the U.S. Senate nominee candidate for the great state of Ohio running against Tim Ryan. JD, welcome back to the program. Thanks, Charlie. Thanks for having me. And congratulations, I actually have a chance to tell you that yet. So first just your reaction from your race, you won the shocking victory. I think almost two weeks ago, how are you processing things? How's your race standing now that you're in the general? That's good. I mean, look, the Biden administration has been a disaster in Tim Ryan, my democratic opponent has voted with the Biden administration a 100% of the time. So we feel good about the general. Still got to put in the work. I think the Republican primary the way that I think about it is that it was a referendum on what kind of party do we want to be? Do we want to be a nationalist America first policy? Or do we want a party? Or do we want to go back to the ways of starting stupid wards that we have no reason to be in and shipping our manufacturing base off to China and other countries in the world. So I'm glad that the voters of Ohio rejected the old establishment ways. And I'm excited to take the America first message into the general election. And like I said, I feel pretty good
Joe Manchin Will Oppose Bill That Would Codify Roe v. Wade
"Mean, let me add just one other breaking news from today. Joe Manchin was pressed very hard yesterday on whether or not he would support the what they're calling the codification of roe V wade into federal law. It's this accessibility to abortion act or whatever it's called. And he had to call a press conference and come out and say, guys, this is not the codification of roe V wade. This is an expansion of abortion, roe V wade said you had a federal right to abortion. What this law wants to do is wipe out 500 state and local laws nationwide to basically force abortion availability via taxpayer dollars into every corner of the world that it's not currently at. And to your point, it's a zero sum game. If you give them a half an inch, they will take 6000 miles. And that's why we can't, we can't just sit back and say, it's okay for them to simply state their disagreement. No, every time that Jen Psaki has said stuff crazy in recent weeks from the press room, we've got to denounce it. We've got to call attention to it. We've got to say that is not true. We've got to force facts back into the conversation because these people do not have nerve endings that receive the normal receptor messages as to, oh, I shouldn't say that. It's blatantly not true. Well, they are, we're in a new world. And that's why people like Tim Keller and others who they're good people. But what they said 20 years ago, 15 years ago, the reason it no longer applies is because the world has changed and they refuse to see how dramatically things have changed so that they're anodyne platitudes, they no longer hold.
Robert RBI hit in 9th, Chisox end Yanks' 6-game win string
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Sen. Tim Scott Responds to Janet Yellen's Pro-Abortion Comments
"And here is his response cut to go Some of your comments in response to bob's question I found troubling And just from a clarity's sake did you say that ending the life of a child is good for the labor force participation rate Giving someone the let me just quote what you said that ultimately increasing access to abortion and reproductive healthcare allows for our labor force participation rate to continue to increase that denying women access to abortion increases their odds of living in poverty or need for public assistance to the guy who was raised by a single mom who worked long hours to keep us out of poverty I think people can disagree on the issue of being pro life or pro abortion but in the end I think framing it in the context of labor force participation is it just feels calloused to me I think finding a way to have a debate around abortion in a meaning for the economic stability of our country is harsh and I'm just surprised that we find ways to weave into every facet of our lives Such an important and painful reality for so many people to make it sound like it's just another .4% added to our labor force participation as a result of the issue of abortion just to me seems
Bodies surfacing in Lake Mead recall mob's time in Las Vegas
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What Is the Power of the Donald Trump Endorsement?
"Is what is the power of the Donald Trump endorsement. And I'm going to tell you right now, it is still very powerful. I live in Georgia, but I travel all over the country. And that endorsement is still very warm and sought after and valid in a Republican primary in particular. Because there is still the approval ratings of Donald Trump among Republican voters. You see the impact that his endorsements had that he still, again, the media is obsessed with Donald Trump. I mean, he doesn't have to necessarily be on social media for them to take everything that he says and put it on social media. It's almost as if he's there. So as you build through these races, we want to and we've talked about them when we went through here on the show. Talking about how these races could be impacted. Well, now we have some of our first results and I want to take it in a step further. And I'm going to break out from what we talked about a couple of weeks ago here on the show and say, this is what we actually saw playing out. So let's start number one. Hot take in Ohio. JD Vance comes through. JD Vance wins the nomination. He's now going to go up against Tim Ryan for that sentencing. Mike dewine, who is a governor. Many what ensure that president Trump did not endorse in that, but dewan was not in line. It seemed for that endorsement, but dewine won going away in Ohio. And now focused on the Senate seat, you got JD Vance going against Tim Ron. Tim Ron probably if you had to go out and pick the best Democrat candidate in Ohio right now to run this race in this environment with this democratic headwind that they have. Ryan's probably the best one that they could have picked. So it's going to be imperative that the Republicans come together in Ohio around JD Vance and it's been a contested contested heavily contested primary with no one in mandala in advance. But let's talk about this Trump endorsed and I want to break it down for a minute because we've talked about it and how it may play out and it will this endorsement fade and will people be willing to overcome. Well, the answer is a resounding yes in Ohio. The endorsement from former president Trump and Don Junior, along with a lot of money from mister thiel, who put in almost 13 million or more into this race, 3 million just in the last few weeks after with a surrounding the endorsement made the difference it appears in
Tim Ryan Favors Late-Term Abortions
"And here's what Tim Ryan, who wants to be Ohio's next senator, said about favoring any restrictions whatsoever on any kind of abortion, including late term abortion. As senator would you have any limits on abortion? Look, I think what we had established in roe is something that we can continue to work with. And I think those can be the parameters, but then again, if you get rid of what was established law, which in many ways was conservative to keep that to appreciate stare decisis and make sure we appreciate the law, if we move away from that, you're going to get states like Ohio that have some of the most extreme laws in the whole country where if you're a young girl and you've been raped or there's been incest that you have to the state, the government is going to force you to bring that baby to China. I mean, I guess all that comes from it, but my question to you. My question was about any limits to abortion. At any point, late term, anything. Look, you got to leave it up to the woman because you and I see here a bunch of well, you and I sitting here can't account for all of the different scenarios. You hear Bret Barry say, well, that's obviously a no, I guess that's a no. You have to leave it up to the woman. She gets to choose, so she wants to go in and have a 6, 7, 8 month old baby. Ripped apart in her womb and destroyed, she gets to decide that. That senator Tim rod. That's the Democrats position. That's not just him Ryan. That's the Democrat party.
Advocates worry other rights at risk if court overturns Roe
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What JD Vance's Win of the GOP Nomination in Ohio Means For the US
"I mean, this is just amazing. What we saw happening out in Ohio because JD Vance, wow, he just climbed in the polls. In the last couple of weeks, interestingly, after Donald Trump endorsed him. He did win the day out there in Ohio. He now advances to the big race in November. He's running against senator rob. Well, he's running against center Tim congressman. Tim Ryan, I should say, this is for senator rob Portman's seat, rob Portman, of course, is retiring getting out of politics. And this will be an interesting one because what I love about Ohio voters is that they really are just kind of salt of the earth and they're interested in a lot of the same things that frankly I think you and I are interested in from a policy perspective. And so it will be extremely interesting to watch. I should point out that Tim Ryan, he has a history of being pretty tough on China. He is a history for standing up for the American people on the jobs front. He's very anti inflation. I mean, he's got a lot of values that are somewhat aligned with a lot of the conservative values, not all of them, for sure. Not all of them. But that's why it's going to be so interesting because he's not an AOC type. He's not a Bernie Sanders type is not Elizabeth Warren type. He kind of didn't fit in entirely perfectly to the Democrat party. So now he's running against somebody who is really the antithesis of everything that the Democrats stand for. And that'll be a very interesting barometer to see where that heads for us as a nation. Don't forget, this Vance victory is seen as a Trump victory because Trump endorsed him and it really could spell some pretty good news for Trump endorsed candidates. I think in other upcoming primaries, including what we're seeing in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Georgia, all over the country,
Mark Levin's Advice to J. D. Vance
"This guy Tim Ryan is bad news He is a bad dude He pretends to be a moderate He's a radical leftist He's voted with the Democrat leadership a 100% of the time and he hates Trump He needs to be defeated He must be defeated And so when I heard Vance sang some of these things I thought to myself you better pull this Republican Party in Ohio together You better not be so damn cocky Because you really didn't win this race Donald Trump won the race for you That's the fact That's how you came from third and fourth down with a relatively sizable victory But you got 32% of the vote This guy Ryan got 70% of the Democrat party vote 70% Fans got 32% of the vote He got a plurality The other guy got a super majority Vance is going to need every Republican certainly every conservative he can get And if he's going to keep doing a victory lap not because he won and taking on this guy Ryan but we showed them in the Republican primary He's going to have a tough time
"tim o" Discussed on Fresh Air
"This is fresh air. I'm Dave Davies in for Terry gross. Our guest Tim McGraw has been one of the biggest stars in country music for years. But lately, it's an acting role that's getting a lot of attention. He starts with his wife, singer Faith Hill, and Sam Elliott in the western TV series on paramount plus called 1883. It tells the story of a large group of Eastern European immigrants trying to make their way and covered wagons from Texas to Oregon to start new lives. They know little about horses, wagons or America, and they're led in the journey by experienced cowboys, including the characters played by Elliott McGraw and lamonica Garrett, all veterans of the Civil War. The pioneers face every conceivable hardship and plenty of tragedy, realistically depicted in the production which the cast shot on location over 5 months in Texas in Montana. The series is a prequel to the successful paramount plus series Yellowstone, which is about the descendants of McGraw's character in modern day Montana. All ten episodes of 1883 are available for streaming. McGraw's previous acting roles include parts in the movie's Friday night lights, the blind side and country strong. Tim McGraw has been recording number one country album since 1994, and has won three Grammys and 14 academy of country music awards. He's also a celebrated performer. His tours with Faith Hill have been some of the biggest grossing tours in country music history. And he's also the son of the late major league pitcher Tug McGraw, though he didn't connect with his father until late in his childhood. Well, Tim McGraw, welcome to fresh air. Thank you, sir. Thanks for having me. This series 1883 is a story about these immigrants, as I mentioned, most of whom don't speak English, and in some cases can't speak to each other. And those who agree to lead them on this dangerous journey, the characters of Sam Elliott and lamonica Garrett, who's a black cowboy. You're character James dutton is a little different from those two. You want to describe them? What his role is? Yeah, James comes from Tennessee and he was planning on making this journey alone with his family. You know, right from the beginning when you see James and he's trying to get the Fort Worth to get supplied and everything, bringing everything they had from Tennessee and get set to go on their trip. He's already in a gunfight getting chased by bandits and you know he shoots 6 people riding the first couple of scenes. Scenes of the show just to show the danger that he was in. He suffered, he was trying to outrun ghost in a lot of ways, I believe. He was in the Civil War. It was a worry didn't believe me. And certainly everything that was going on during reconstruction and after reconstruction and how terrible things had gotten after the war. And I think he was just trying to find a clean place that was unsolved by everything that he had gone through and everything that he knew for his family and a place that he could feel like that he'd gotten past all of that. You know, as I watched, and I wanted to keep in mind scenes that I could use in our interview. One of the things I noticed that he's a man of relatively few words, there's not a lot of long monologues. Thank goodness. No, you know, he's certainly terse and to the point when he has something to say. He doesn't mess around and he's been out of some big poetic speaker. He talks the most to his wife and his daughter, for sure. And his main concern is the safety of his family. And that's why ultimately, I think after a few things had happened, his daughter was attacked and almost raped guy and he ends up shooting that guy and I think he starts to realize what he's really gotten himself into and what he's got in his family and too. And that's the point that he decides to sort of team up with Sam and lamonica's care characters and help this wagon train. And I think as the show develops, everybody has different arcs in the show, which I think which makes the character arcs in the show, which makes it so interesting when you see everyone change. And I think you start seeing the concern and care that James starts taking with everybody in the wagon train, not just his family. Right. They're all together. Well, I want to listen to a scene. And this will take just a little bit of setup here. I mean, this is after your 18 year old daughter Elsa had. She had fallen in love with one of the cowboys on the drive, and then he was killed when the group was attacked by bandits, Elsa, sees this, sees him die, and then in her fury. Shoots and kills the one bandit, who was captured alive and was being held by two members of the party. After that, she is in a trading post a few days later and a guy gives her a salacious stair. She pulls a weapon nearly shoots him, and you as her dad are concerned about her being caught up in this rage. So what we hear is, it's nighttime, Elsa is on her horse watching the cattle. This 18 year old daughter of yours and you ride up to give her a life lesson about violence and hate and in doing it, you refer to your experience in the Civil War. That's lesson. I'm going to tell you a story. You don't listen. I think I've earned it right. I hope I have..
"tim o" Discussed on TFG Truth
"To take the money out until we take the money out of our system, our federal election system, it's going to forever be broken. It really is. You know, there was $200 million spent on our Lindsey Graham and Jamie Harrison Senate race. 200 $1 million. Think about what we could have done better with that $200 million. And that's just one race. One race. Well, listen, we think you're a patriot. We really wish you luck. We hope you make an impact, right? I mean, I don't know. I don't know if you can win. I think you have character. You've got great motivations. I think people totally would relate to. We relate to you. Whatever that all means, thanks for doing it, man. I appreciate it. Listen, there's always next time if I don't, I'm not going to go anywhere. I've got a four year old and a 7 year old. I'm not going to just let things go to crap and be positive. It's pretty cool. So Tim swain running against Tim Scott in South Carolina for United States Senate this coming November, if you'd like to donate to Tim swain force on a dot com. Tim, thanks so much for being with us today. All right guys, thank you so much. We'll talk later. All right. Thanks for tuning in to TFT truth this week here with Mike Sprouse and my K flick. Great, great interview. Great Judy. Yeah, very nice. Great to give them a lot of credit. No matter what, no matter what you do, or lose, he's right, man. You're going to be, you're going to be shot at, you're going to be and I mean verbally, or you're going to be attacked, you're going to have a lot of things exposed about your life, some of it true some of it, not true. So I give them a lot of credit. Yeah, 7 and four year olds. He's got a lot of time. I was going to say to him, you know, we know how it feels a little bit at least to get threats. Because we get a better office all the time, right? Oh, yeah. You know, the all loving left isn't so all loving and to be honest with you like we talk about with him the swampy right and left is it's pretty, it's pretty sad to know that's the state of our politics in our country. No doubt. It's everywhere. It's everywhere. So anyway, cool. Very good interview with Tim swain again, swain for Senate dot com running against him Scott and South Carolina for you. The United States Senate seat, one of the seats down there. Folks, thanks for tuning in to TFD truth. I'm Mike hay flick for Mike. We'll talk to you next week..
"tim o" Discussed on TFG Truth
"Just nailed it when he ripped that guy apart and that person frequency the other day. And Tim, let me go back to that real quick too on the Trump thing with the anti maga movement and all that jazz. So now that you've been involved in the political space of it, what is it about the maga movement that people just hate so much? Now I know why liberals hate it because they hate Trump and anything Trump represents is racist homophobic. Misogynistic the whole 9, right? What do they call it? I forget. But they hate everything about it, right? What was it, what is it with people on the right why they hate it? That I don't understand. I mean, that's a good question. I think people honestly, I think people on the left hate us because, I mean, in general, like we've become almost a family. You know, like I've got almost 50,000 people that follow me now on social media. And I have a nearly interacted with all of them, not even close playing the stretch. But anytime somebody reaches out, you can just talk to them. You know, you can just have like, we're talking now. People on our side were all kind of working towards a similar goal. Whereas young people on the left, they come from so many different circles and they all want their own little individual tiny thing. And I think that's why the left doesn't get along with the left. And I think that's why the left hates us so bad because we're happier and because we get along because we're just because misery loves company. But to your question, I don't understand why some people on the right really hate, I think it's because they don't want to be labeled, like you said. Well, if you like Trump, then you're a white nationalist. I think that that's the only reason that somebody on the right might not like him is to spare themselves that label. I don't know. I just don't know why. I know you don't care, so I'm not saying this to you, but I just don't know why people care. Call me whatever you want to call me. We all know, look, 90% of Americans are let's just use Republicans, let's say 50% of Americans are not racist. We all know that, right? It's not a shock. But just more people, I think, got to step up like you do or like us with, just say, say whatever you want. I don't really care. These are my beliefs. I'm not a racist. I'll show you my history that I'm not a racist, right? Right. So I just don't get why so many people are so scared to hurt and why so many people's feelings are hurt. I mean, I'm so sick of feeling. I hate it. I mean, it's also because the cancel culture works, man. Don't call your boss. They'll call on your, you know, your company, they'll call your bank, they'll call your postman, don't call everybody in your life until they find somebody that will screw you over and a lot of people want to save themselves. That also, I mean, I'm not really going to go into it, but I've had some really weird attacks throughout this process that I'll say that really hit me off guard to change things for me. It was really crazy stuff. And not just emails and stuff aside. People aren't kidding when they say that you get threats and your family gets threats and things. That's a real thing, man. I've had some wild stuff happen. And I think that part of it is that too. They want to save themselves from having to do fans yourself. I've had to really defend myself the past few months over some stuff. They really fling and just because it doesn't make the media doesn't mean that you're not being hit. You know what I mean? All right. Hey, so two more really quick things. Are you planning to do any debating against Tim Scott? Anything I don't think you will. There's no way he will, I don't think. Yeah. And then the other thing, if this was a debate, and you have your like, I guess, one minute now, just give the voters out in South Carolina. The reason that you are the guy that needs to head to Washington and be part of what really needs to be a rebuild now. Again. So what would be that argument that you have I haven't said the reason to trust me over him is just that I've been through it. I'm in your typical blue collar person. I'm supportive of family. Jim Scotts never supported a family on a blue collar. He went from being like a life coach or something to an insurance salesman to being in, you know, he's never been out in the field guy or anything like that. He doesn't understand what it's like to grab your lunch pail and be on the hot sun all day and different things like that. I can relate to that a lot better and I'm not beholden to the people that he is. If you take a look, there's a great resource, it's called open secrets dot org. If you go on open secrets dot org, you can pull up the candidate. You can see it gives them money, Tim Scott is a Facebook guy. He's a Google guy. He's a Pfizer guy. And I mean, what do you expect? Literally. And I'm not a I don't want to be beholden to those guys. I'm ready to go and try to figure this stuff out. R two senators get 85 and 90 something percent of their donations from outside of South Carolina. Now, I'm looking to fix these systems. When our senators are bringing in tens of millions of dollars and 90% of it is from California and New York and wherever else, they don't care about our voters. They have no literal reason to because you can't vote them out because like you said, it's a money thing. You can't vote out the U.S. senator because it's 7 figures to beat them. It's millions of dollars. And Tim, why do you think Trump would back him? I think Trump backed him because he just he saw that he was a relatively okay ratings guy and I think from personal anecdote, I can tell you that when I decided to think about doing this, I wrote Lindsey Graham and email. I said, hey Lindsey I want to jump in the race. Can I get a meeting? Can I come in next week or whatever? And I can tell you 48 hours later, Lindsey Graham was at Mar-a-Lago with president Trump. And the next day, Tim Scott has endorsement. So that's a real thing that happened. So Lindsey Graham, so far as I can tell, was the one who got Tim Scott his endorsement. And then him going to the Florida. He's been a very interesting to take up too much of your time, but Lindsey Graham has been, I guess, will you keep using the same word as swampy as it can get? For so many years now. And you know, back before what Trump was president, I was like, oh, you know, I don't mind this guy, but now listening and hearing and watching his actions, it's pretty amazing how swapping that guy really is. No. But I mean, he got 70 or $80 million at his last day. And you don't when I meet people, you know, they love me and stuff and I was like you're the guy for me and but it's just it's a money game and it's come down to where if you can't fundraise it you know if you're not bringing in over a $1 million for me and when I need some kind of something to happen, I need some kind of big financial backer to jump on or something real being realistic and being honest about it because our systems program. Tim Scott won't give me the time of day. He won't debate me. He won't come out to anything like that. I can't imagine what I'm talking to his office about it. I've been invited. I actually called him today and invited him to a debate about election stuff and whatever and they said, oh yeah, they laughed and they said, fill out a for owner website, you know? But that's not mandatory is just insane. Like presidential political debates, whatever you're running for. That should be something that is an absolute must to get both sides. And.
"tim o" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"They've <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> got TJ Warren <Speech_Male> if he gets healthy. They've got <Speech_Male> Keras. They've got a <Speech_Male> bunch of guys <Speech_Male> that are interesting <Speech_Male> pieces <Speech_Male> that if they decide to go in a <Speech_Male> different direction, they could get some <Speech_Male> stuff for, right? <Speech_Male> It's like a course correct. <Speech_Male> I guess <Speech_Male> that's a good way to put it. <Speech_Male> Like Charlotte, I <Speech_Male> feel like has a <Speech_Male> unifying direction. <Speech_Male> Chicago <Speech_Male> has a unifying <Speech_Male> direction. <Speech_Male> New York <SpeakerChange> has a <Speech_Male> unifying direction. <Speech_Male> Indiana, <Speech_Male> I'm like, what <Speech_Male> is this? <Speech_Male> All these players are <Speech_Male> good, <Speech_Male> but what is it? <Speech_Male> What's <Speech_Male> going on? <SpeakerChange> And so I <Speech_Male> don't know. That's where I am with <Speech_Male> the pacers. Yeah, <Speech_Male> I'm <SpeakerChange> the same place. <Speech_Male> Same place for me. <Speech_Male> You've got <Speech_Male> Philly who we didn't <Speech_Male> talk about because <Speech_Male> we've all talked about <Speech_Male> them enough. Philly <Speech_Male> next tonight is <Speech_Male> the only Eastern Conference <Speech_Male> game <Speech_Male> on the schedule. All <Speech_Male> the other 8 teams in <Speech_Male> action are Western Conference <Speech_Male> games. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> That's a fun, but <Speech_Male> yeah, Golden State <Speech_Male> is playing at <Speech_Male> Oklahoma City so you <Speech_Male> can chalk up a W <Speech_Male> for the workers. They'll be <Speech_Male> Bill before you know. <Speech_Male> And Lakers <Speech_Male> spurs in a <Speech_Male> battle of <Speech_Male> historic juggernauts <Speech_Male> that are both one and <Speech_Male> two and then the national TV <Speech_Male> game tonight on TNT <Speech_Male> is Denver <Speech_Male> Utah, <Speech_Male> which is quite interesting. <Speech_Male> It's going to be a fun <Speech_Male> year in the east man. We didn't <Speech_Male> really talk about <Speech_Male> the heat at <Speech_Male> all, who have <Speech_Male> only played three <Speech_Male> games and one of them <Speech_Male> was against half the bucks <Speech_Male> and another one <Speech_Male> was against the magic. <Speech_Male> So it's like <Speech_Male> take it for what it's worth. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I like that <Speech_Male> team Tyler hero looks <Speech_Male> good. <SpeakerChange> There's just a <Speech_Male> lot of interesting teams. It's gonna <Speech_Male> be fun. It's gotta <Speech_Male> be super fun, and <Speech_Male> it was great to be I was <Speech_Male> at the garden last week <Speech_Male> for Celtics nicks, which <Speech_Male> we end up being the game of the <Speech_Male> year. Even though it was <Speech_Male> the first game of the season. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> it's <Speech_Male> great to be at <Speech_Male> the garden. <Speech_Male> With a good <Speech_Male> team, again, <Speech_Male> and the fans into it. <Speech_Male> And <Speech_Male> it was great to go to road <Speech_Male> to you around this morning and <Speech_Male> see the sixers and actually be <Speech_Male> able to speak to people <Speech_Male> in person. <Speech_Male> It's a <Speech_Male> nice change. So <Speech_Male> yeah, <Speech_Male> things are things are looking <Speech_Male> up on off fronts. <Speech_Male> It's good to be back in <Speech_Male> the swing of things. And <Speech_Male> like we said on the pot <Speech_Male> a few weeks ago, I mean, <Speech_Male> these just <Speech_Male> loaded with interesting stuff <Speech_Male> to talk about. It's not, <Speech_Male> it's not like <Speech_Male> the Eastern Conference of <Speech_Male> a <Speech_Male> large stretch of this, <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> Eastern Conference. <Speech_Male> I mean, there's <Speech_Male> been 5 or 6 teams every <Speech_Male> year. You just didn't really <Speech_Male> have much interest in <Speech_Male> the east and this year, <Speech_Male> that's not the case. Even <Speech_Male> the bad teams, <Speech_Male> you know, have Evan <Speech_Male> mobile and Kate Cunningham <Speech_Male> and jaylen tugs to <Speech_Male> watch. So there's <Speech_Male> a <Speech_Male> lot of stuff going <SpeakerChange> on. It's <Speech_Male> fun. Tim <Speech_Male> Bon temps, <Speech_Male> you're always writing about <Speech_Male> these games writing interesting <Speech_Male> features <Speech_Male> involved in our <Speech_Male> 5 on 5s. It's <Speech_Male> good to see you. We will <Speech_Male> surely cross paths <Speech_Male> soon. <Speech_Male> I will be at <Speech_Male> one of the New York arenas <Speech_Music_Male> pretty soon. <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Music_Male> Good to see you as always keep up <Speech_Music_Male>
"tim o" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
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"tim o" Discussed on MIP Make It Plain with Mark Thompson
"So that's, and that's why I say with the specific remedies for the black community because of what has happened to our government. And I'm not concerned so much with the parents, even though I think we're going to talk about that later. I'm Dale for calling them out, man, but I'm more concerned with our government and I definitely doing right by us wage. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Let's let's go there for a minute. Obviously, Everybody is watching carefully. The hearings on Capitol Hill, which are amazing to me to see police officers. Victimized, normally, we're victimized by police and we even seen some black Capitol police officers. Talked about openly brother done was saying, how it was a very different day for black police officers. Who what's your reaction to some of this testimony? And this whole January six piece? I'm like you man. These are the guys that supported Donald Trump for the most part and I think it's a great reality check for that for the folks in Blue. Ash. Exactly with the problem is, I mean, just like anybody else they probably watch Fox News or some other derivative of it and they think those people had their backs and then they, they've made a face reality. I'm glad that there's something happened, like I'm critical to Democrats. Also occurred to listen to some of my folks who critical. I'm also critical of Republicans so I don't I don't I don't just beat up on Democrats even though I feel like since I give them my vote, I've never voted Republican. They always something the public is ineffective, but it's great to see. I support this, I support this investigation. Some people say it's a waste of time in in a waste of time of this was Republicans and black lives matter. Went up in there in the capital maybe still talking about it, they'd be books and movies..
"tim o" Discussed on The Design Intent
"I've been wanting to do this for a i wanted to have a talk about tim. Dearborn our our great friend who passed away a few years ago and you know he was such a unique individual that we got to work with dell and i remember getting to work with him. I coming in and sort of all characters. Kind of being at del And knowing that tim i don't really know when he started or how long he was at dell but i know that we all have our own individual little stories that we fortunately got to have along along with tim so i think we should just kind of talk about it and kind of go over all all the years in good times that we've got we've got to have with him. Sounds goodwill pedro. You probably had the first encounters with with timid adele right so I met him at a party. Designer which i will still at ibm in design issues to host parties. At christmas. Time and tim got a job that i applied for so i am like who the heck is this guy. It was a little bit of friction on my apartment is because he's dark about how to believe so Long story short a couple of years later of vp. That didn't want to hire any exit. The emmers left or was not avi anymore. And i got the job so Team and i and a handful of other people. Try to coordinate. Some of the stuff goes all the Divisions were running autonomous nocal- business. No commonality with lois or any of that stuff Always admired the guy. He was always very creative. Not only work with some some stuff that he helping with outside of the thing that you see right here We used to host. Thank all read. That later became role. Hold because michael dell decided to partner up with that guy that did. The red products denied decided that me change the name anyways. Tim donations for rojo. Rojo was say challenge designers in town to donate our original art and we would auctioned off a genie's moving art and the proceeds build somebody so That's a crayon painting drawing whatever the tended ola were you nice rolling in so i'll wrap up soon I think we became real good friends. Who would trial on at his house and second second all michigan. I guess called We went to viking festival couple times together in scotland. I know but we used to meet at jimmy's longhorn at least once a week in how a bud light and these were I'm not. I'm not working. I don't confirm nor deny no never no working hours on a window at the mosquito garden were every time we had beers would appeal a late label from the bud light and stick it on window so last time tim was in town he He brought in up some kind of sticker and that's the last label. was replaced on that that window. There's still air through. Four generations of bud light stickers. That's cool that's great. I knew definite about that. That is a school. i. I remember when i when i got in there was tim and eric and everybody was scattered in the studio. There was no like real location for everyone. We were kind of in various spots in the cube farm. And tim just was doing whatever it was. It was you guys are in the middle of e one design development. And i remember it is whenever i would. He'll hook up with taiwan. He would always regale the same story over how he got dinged on his performance review. Two years in a row. On two-tone black pain eric member. That is just. He would always like i two times. I got dinged on my performance review from kid on that times really funny. What was with the paint. What what was it. We made the mistake of trying to do to tone black paint. One was it like seven gloss. Units and the other one was like seventeen humidity and we were trying to differentiate in of course the tolerances from the factories were at least ten loss unit so it was just. It was just a nightmare. And i think tim had the unfortunate position of sitting by the the large Meeting room and so whenever anybody would need anything need a model they would always come and bothered. And and i think i think and i don't know this for a fact but there was a two-tone model that can kept asking for. I think tim threw it away. I think he finally got rid of it because it was just it was going nowhere and it was. It was really a bad situation in in. I believe that he got rid of it. I think i think that sounds. You didn't same thing with the The original e series one. One that he worked on with the pentagram when they brought that into the meeting and there was that whole issue about the thickness of it. So that because i remember being at.
"tim o" Discussed on After Hours
"Okay so we are gonna do a mega mega around of recommendations because we don't get to do recommendations for an entire summer so let's do a few rancid this so felix get us started so my recommendation is someone i follow on tick. Tock and he has this strange username. Tim o. tech nut. And what i love about him is. He's my discover of strange things on the internet has become so predictable. I rarely stumble across really interesting things and this guy. He's full of ideas. What else you might do with your time. And some of them actually tied to the conversation we just had. He recently recommended a platform lelaps space. That allows you to look at everything that is in space so all the debris all the satellites you see the traffic is like really crazy really interesting. There's a website called muscle wiki. There's a body you click on the part that you want to be stronger and it suggests every exercise ever invented the or you have arms. So here's a website called future me that allows you to write letters to your future self and shoes when it's going to be so this wild and crazy and you almost need someone really young and someone really interesting as a guide great recommendation. That is fantastic..
"tim o" Discussed on Italian Wine Podcast
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"tim o" Discussed on Master Your Coaching Biz Podcast
"Difficult as pro. He's not always has dates a united Kanzi. Be Some the Dow one example described as a real book is rarely rarely go. Well I think that You know I think it's it's certainly feasible to get one or two clients and three months. But I don't think it's feasible to have a full-time practice or your bills And I think that's where they expectation like having your manageable expectations especially when you get out training You know there's there's coaches out there that say hey you know you can hit seven figures in six months. Well I'm sure there are the exceptions out there that have done that but for seven figures. You're talking about a couple of years of work. I mean there's ways around it at least I actually one is obviously bored with the current you can. These six figures in side. Walnut said eight figures on linked to The question it if these people can help be eight fingers inside our as long as as long as why. The Scotland around the Lincoln and in friend connection requests area. And that's the other thing you have three years ago. I mean linked to now we get sixteen connection requests. A people telling me they help coaches and for the most part they can't you know if it was easy they'll do it themselves. And they wouldn't be on linked in sending random emails at Wachovia. And that's making my job holiday. Your office people hire people like that. And say don't coaches idolize? Just scamming this allies. Just you may have scown just like any Distri ripe. This you know exploded eagerly people jumping into it and walk those people of not joining himselves lines people by and by the way you know. You don't have to be the coach. You Help People Successful coaching business. He kind of the high closer. I'm alive dude. I spent twenty in sales closing the sale if you job properly taken include a sales process right laid bull is caused guy. Won't mention news despite the mosques on expensive grounded athere closer and it can be frustrating And I have noticed an increase on like din of In fact I had. My son helps me out with with. Something's in my business and one of the things I asked him to do because he's a good salesperson so I said can you just go on my link damage it. Just take a look around. Give me your impressions on it And you know He. He came back like two days later and he said there are more people out there trying to sell the coaches and there are cages. Trying to get client definitely unlinked to. I would definitely as people seven. Yeah Yeah Phobos happened. These people go that sound himselves of soul assistant naval then Kinda like yes permits Game Bison spreading and spread and spread and the height closes which a year ago. I was getting to three a day these people. I'm an official heights. Close it yet. Because let's face it. He coaches are these high high-sticking inquires not just to close them said nobody. I'm not I have never met. You know if I say Tim O. Getting there's always inquires them. Yeah all right so we're getting ready to close up a little bit but I'd like to ask one more question. What do you do when you want to call in more when you WANNA take your business up a notch with something that you typically do long and I? I am looking to do that much lead at the moment. I'm podcast of us. Y'All three episodes record just not doing because I'm fundamentally lazy. Seldom I don't I don't WanNa go back into this working sixty hours away. Go asked to Dr Walk. Every so I'm probably a a pulp assigned to ask. Shall we can just I? Yeah I am a native because you know I'm fifty seven British Savings account you. Should you must be worried about financial. H John No I don't know maybe I should be may mess. You'll be stepping up. But I did this because I wanted to it. Let me the question dishonest self-indulgent and I would say this on your podcast and take out ridden podcast. Now we know you know poke cast in these line. I got to log into near the bug in two thousand six and whereas he wasn't Libran then with intended self-development wasn't particulary established vichy belt. Where all these NAP said it will. Now is trump a thousand times blocks right saying you know for podcasts. Out The new way of people communicating with one of the things changing now downs. You're looked to just use the student coaches things life. I'm watching nevil while. Why plus get my name out that terrible moss stress Dillard for specific reasonable if he can prove Different phones during boot didn't play. Don't off acid while out. Imus unhappy sell. Well guess what right now Agra thought all right so tell us.
"tim o" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Mine signed a new kingdom for Tim O the not line and all of his kingdom, his animals that he takes care of. I think the lesson would be to try and find a better environment. Probably say the, the message behind her book, if the positive messages, let people know about hope and courage, friendship, and just being able to endure life's trials and make the best of it. Have you read this book to kids? And yes, I it's been a nice. I have a nieces that I've read the book to, and then there's a couple of public schools than I am. I'm trying to get into and see, I think I want to start at the public libraries because there's one by my house, and I can go in, and see if I can just read my book, we're trying to move slowly, but keep moving ahead and your ultimate goal is to get this made into a children's movie. He added. Have you had any luck with that the, you know, we've talked to some Disney like we've had some interaction with some people? But I know that there's there is this one pot children's allay book convention, where a lot of published authors in movie directors and stuff like that. So we're always looking for those avenues, and Amin. It's just pretty much, you know, I think what set your book apart. What makes it different from other children's books? I think it's just a new idea, how two different animals or two different. Species can actually form a friendship in a bond and help each other out because in our world today, there's just so much..
"tim o" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Let me go to Tim. Tim phone us from Virginia. Hey, Tim O, eight Dan? How you doing? I'm good. The question in my hangup, stoked. Radio was okay. Dan? So what AARP in, if not to join hang up and took my rate you. Okay. Gotcha. Thanks him. No, I would not, I would not join AARP. AARP is a scam. Number one. It shouldn't be a nonprofit. They make more money than most for profit, companies make they don't act like a non-profit then own operate, like a nonprofit that own abide by the same rules that we nonprofits abide by, and they get some sort of special preferential treatment from the IRS that allow them to get away with that. The other thing is they're supposed to be an advocate for senior citizens. They are a lot of things. But one thing they are not. And that is an advocate for senior citizens. They don't care about senior citizens. I know I sound very ours, because I get sick and tired of their garbage, but they wouldn't promote some of the products, they promote they wouldn't have promoted and lobbied for Obama Care that senior citizens around the country haven't seen anything yet by what they're going to be going through to try to get healthcare. And they can. Fank AARP. Forgetting behind President Obama on that and supporting that Bill because the probably wouldn't happen if it wasn't for AARP. So you have them Fank when you go to a doctor, and he says, no, we're not taking Medicare where you go to our doctors say, we can't help you or we go to our doctor said, we've got to refer you to somebody else, only to find out that Medicare is not covering that somebody else, or whatever it might be you can thank AARP because they had a they played a huge role in that. So I would tell everybody don't, don't bother with AARP. And if you're doing it for discounts, all the batteries and not to do it because there are so many organizations. I get I get more. I get more benefit out of. You know, triple A. Then I would ever get from AARP. So thank you for that. There are appreciated Tim glad yes, because that helps a lot of people, they don't realize that eight four four seven zero seven fifty five thirty three.
"tim o" Discussed on Rhythm and Pixels Video Game Music Podcast
"Hi, I'm rob Nicholson. Welcome to the pixels podcast, a special bonus Pete's episode on the show this week, we have an interview with PR studios the publisher of the newest game site, his alpha and other great games, such as DJ, max Boyz, 'n, Tim O, enjoy the show. So we have with us on the show today we have with us a members of the publisher student, he m studios.
"tim o" Discussed on This Week In Google
"The robot is both of those guys could be replaced by more robust. It's robots all the way down down. Why don't we just make a washing machine that folds your laundry, another guy a laundry shootings device? Oh my God. This is Tim O. You're How? joking. How how many engineers does it? Take to full to shirt. Apparently three plus a rope. So in this guy is your remote operator. I I see him there. Yes. Well, so, you know, the reason why laundry folding robots are so hard, right? It's so difficult to do why. Because it's very hard. A computer can be trained to do one specific object. Really, well, right or one specific thing. Really? Well, so it can pick up an object to the same size and put it in the same place. Every time was hard is when you do laundry, there's different size things. So it's like, I don't know. You know, it it's it's finger grasping can't always grasp things correctly. When you folded its requiring is everything's different. There's no standard. I wanna see this demo in shark tank. I think this would be awesome demo plan on. Incidentally, I hope we don't get the Yugo corporation taking our video from today down. If RV is taken down by a laundry folding robot that will in fact, be the day. I quit podcasting with three strikes. That's the three. No, no. We haven't. We don't have any strikes because we always appeal and they say, oh, yeah. Yeah. We're right. You were right. We shouldn't have. So Google walkout. Organizers are saying they're facing retaliation for organizing those walkouts they've been some of them have been demoted Esther. Yeah. This is. Well, now, let me ask you. This question though. Maybe it's because we're in California, which is an at will work state. But honestly, if if our employees decided to hold the workout walkout, I I would I would have the right to fire them..
"tim o" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie
"My my son is involved in the sale of the sailboats sort of on the same page with you in terms of nautical terms. Well, it can come on over here from guys my son. Hi, hi, Tim. It's Phil Hendrie. All right. Hi. So you sell sailboats, right? Uh-huh. Okay. And get closer to the phone. Okay. H Phil just you know, Tim, turn around for me Kim's. Tim's at twelve. Okay. Less. Just wait a minute. Okay. All right. Okay. So Tim, I want to buy a sailboat. Okay. And you have those and tell me for instance, do they come complete with a set of sales. Okay. Hold on that he wants to do it. They have. The canvas bag started. What do you call it fell below? You just you go down into where the people sleep below got to canvas bag is is below you. We gotta do. I didn't say blow. I sent. Oh, he said boil Bela Bela, E, L, Ohio. I'm sorry. It's okay, son. I'm Carrie, no, no, it's fine. So I'm sorry. He's very mortified so we have it. And so what do you wanna come over tomorrow or to let me let me make it for the weekend because it's a work week for me. And I'd be talking to your son, Tim. Yeah, he's the one even charge and that right, Tim. Yeah. And Tim O show you around he'll show you the whole show you where the boats were where the boats we where we parked to where we tied them with ropes to the to the thing. You know, were you tie them off? Yeah. Okay. I the only problem with the way you talk is some people think you're trying to show me up. No. I would never do that. I just it's the Phil Phillip for look around sale. Votes with his father. So he just talks. Oh, you're oh. You know? It's like second nature to you. No, not at all. I mean as I have to think I have to remember to use the right terms. Well, okay here. This is what we do. You wanna go see the boat that's tied up. It's got a rope tied to to big would is that what you want to see. Yeah. I'd like to see the boats that are tied up with rope. Yes. Okay. Well, we'll pick you and then you can go downstairs go to the front. Go to the back. Look at a little round hole, and like Bradshaw said and Joz, and then we have the big stick. That has the big thing that makes the wind blow in it and in a balloon sale right at for when you're running ahead of the wind. What do you call that running before the wind you may want to win blowing blowing blowing us forward? Yeah. Okay. We got the running ahead of the win this. Okay. All right, Tim. I'll see you there then this weekend. Okay. Like, it's mine. The my phone not yours my phone. Okay. Just over there and sit down now. Okay. Hold on for minute fill. Tim put on this. There's your skipper head to to Atta boy say her things doing at the club. Oh, it's fantastic gates lots of membership lunch. Bama party this weekend. We're gonna have our fourth of July party this weekend mortgage rate. You're having a fourth of July putting this weekend..
"tim o" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"Well, it's a very long and detailed question in the short answer is no you don't need to be worried about these. And that you shouldn't get yourself in a bit of a state thinking about them because electromagnetic fields are in so many different things. You see them in mobile phones, they come off microwave ovens, they come wifi routers, computers, the sun. So if they were this terrible conspiracy against us. We would have spotted them by now because they are all over the place. So what actually is an electromagnetic field. Well, it's as sort of combined word of an electric field and magnetic field, and you can think of them as just regions of influence an electric field. For example, will manipulate an electric charge of Portugal that is electrically charged? An a magnetic field will manipulate something that is magnetic and the way that we think of these in terms of whether they're harmful or not for us in terms of how powerful they are. And what they might actually do to you. So the majority of electromagnetic fields that you come into contact with all could non ionizing. So these are like, your, wifi routers, or your mobile phones and things like power lines as well or non ionizing. And that means they won't do any damage to you. And there have been study after study after study has looked at this, and you're absolutely fine. Now, there are some electromagnetic fields to are actually bad for us think things like ultraviolet rays from the sun. We know that if you stand outside in the sun for too long, you get sunburnt and that is because out for violet rays are not very good for you. And also x-rays in medicine rules. So not very good for you. So if you limit your exposure, you're absolutely fine. But if you had too much of them, then you could be in trouble, very comprehensive. Thank you. Tim O use my phone with impunity on that base. I think the answer is that we're doing a massive experiment on the scale of the whole world aren't me. They're more smartphones and mobile devices now than people on the planet. So everyone's using them at some point pretty much, and we have got really good exposure data because we know how long because most of these devices have phones held on people are spending on them. And so we actually know roughly what people's doses are. And so people beginning to relate, any health outcome with exposure and looking for a relationship, and and my right in saying, I don't think yet we've seen one. Yeah. Absolutely. Every now and again study surfaces that says, oh, there's a big issue with mobile phones or mobile phone towers, but when you look into it, they are very very small.
"tim o" Discussed on KCRW