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One Regional Transit Fare Card Is Coming Plus 5 Things To Know Around Detroit

Daily Detroit

08:48 min | 1 year ago

One Regional Transit Fare Card Is Coming Plus 5 Things To Know Around Detroit

"From Detroit's university district. This is your daily Detroit for Wednesday April seventeenth twenty nineteen. I'm jareth stays. And I'm Cheyenne. No Sereni, let's get into what to know. And where to go around metro Detroit after this. Today's episode is brought to you in part by Milo digital Milo digital is a full service digital marketing agency that engineers quality results through data and innovative strategies. Learn more at Milo Detroit dot com. Finally at long last. There will be one United bus fare card in metro Detroit. It's going to be called dart and we'll work on both Detroit's d dot and the suburban bus system smart. The new blue and white cards will launch may first dart passes will be available in four hour twenty four hour seven day and thirty one day increments. This will eliminate transfers and streamline the number of fair options between the two systems. The new cars will also have tapped pay feature where you could just wave them right over the fare box. A dart mobile app will be available this summer. The plan is for this to expand the queue line and Detroit people mover. But at timeline has been given yet. So now you will by bus fare much like on say the queue line, whereas for a block of time instead of paying twenty five cents for a transfer. Here's how that will work with the new system. It now cost two dollars for four hours and five dollars for a full day on the bus a monthly pass that works on all systems is seventy dollars reduced fares. Will. Continue to be available for people disabilities Medicare cardholders and youth. I this is so great Jair before had a kid. I used to take the bus all the time to and from work, and it really should have happened years ago. Didn't you have to take like two buses on the Woodward? Like you had to transfer at the state fairground. Right. I did because I worked too late in the evening. I would have to and when we say too late. It was like seven o'clock clock. Yes. That's too late in quotes. So I would take the dot from downtown woodwork upward get off at the state fair. And then pick up a smart bus to take me from the state fairgrounds, which is at eight mile to nine mile. This is part of what that fast bus help solve right? Like, that's why that was such a great innovation and it seeing ridership go up. Go figure you send buses out on times when people actually need them and people use them, right? Exactly. Staying with transit coulda high-speed rail service be viable between Detroit Ann Arbor and Toledo. The Toledo blade is reporting. That a study delivered this week to the Toledo city council says that setting up a fast passenger train service running at one hundred ten miles per hour on a t shape network linking the three cities would likely cost about five hundred twenty four million, and it could even turn an operating profit attracting more than five million writers year. It could also help with the road funding issue as it costs less to do this than plans to widen freeways. It's an interesting idea level Lincoln the show notes the full report. So there's a wild video making the rounds. Online showing a tow truck running into cars and a woman breaking the driver's side window of that tow truck with the bat so Cheyenne, you dug into the story to figure out what really happened. I did. So things often get shared online without any context or any new or more information. So I decided to really dig into this and before we get to deep into this. We're not including audio of the incident because we try to keep it clean, language wise here on the podcast, frankly, the audience rather disturbing, but we do have a linked to it in the show notes and on daily Detroit dot com. So here's what I was able to find out the tow truck driver lost control of his truck early on Wednesday morning at a and the police report said it was at one thirty in the morning. He then hit seven cars along grand river and wound up in front of us barring grill, so that's grand river. And I believe looking at your report telegraph. Yes, telegraph, then he kinda got swarmed by a bunch of very angry and possibly intoxicated bar patrons. It was it was a crazy scene and the video caption itself, actually, alleged the tow truck driver was intoxicated. What did you find out about that? That's really what interested me the most. Because that's a pretty big allegation. So I contacted the Detroit police department and they got back to me. And when I asked if the tow truck driver had been impaired. They said, no, I also spoke to the manager of the tow truck company, and he said that he was the driver was given a Breathalyzer on the scene, and he was cleared and was not intoxicated. Video was pretty gnarly. There was broken glass everywhere. Any update on that? When I spoke to the manager. He said that he took the driver to the hospital afterwards because the woman did break the window with with something. He said it was about. And so therefore the driver got cut. Well, it's crazy scene. We have a link up there. Here's the deal. People take care of each other. And yeah, this is not that was not the way to solve this whole situation. And we just wanted to make sure to dive into it because these are the kind of things when you talk about Facebook and news you need contacts. You need a little bit more research Cheyenne. Thank thanks for doing this work. Absolutely. The Michigan science center is offering free general admission this Saturday April twentieth to celebrate Earth Day throughout the day. There will be live stage shows, plenty of hands on exhibitions and Earth Day activities. Are we going to plant trees or something? I don't know if they're going to plant trees, but they have some pretty exciting stuff happening pretty cool. So this free day is being sponsored by Denso. And here's the deal. You cannot just show up you need to go ahead and Preregister to be admitted into the science center for this. Because otherwise it could be just a crazy field day. We will have a link to that in the show notes. It'll be a fun time. And you're the parent in town excited about this one. Absolutely. I always love taking the toddler to the science center. Do you think you have what it takes to be a wheel of fortune contested? The twenty-seven foot winnebago wheel mobile will be making a stop at the Aretha Franklin amphitheater on Saturday may eighteenth and Sunday may nineteenth. They're on the hunt for show contestants from metro Detroit. Now, the Aretha Franklin amphitheater that used to be Shane park. Right. Correct. Here's what you need to know. There will be a total of six shows during the two day event. Anyone who is interested in playing wheel of fortune can fill out an application one hour before each show begins. Then the shows will take place at twelve pm one thirty pm and three PM each day. The wheel mobile host will then pick contestants at random to do a show our interview and play a version of the wheel of fortune speed up round. Anyone who comes on stage will be considered to be a future contestant on the televised show and could be contacted at a later date. You'll also walk away with some wheel of fortune. Swag. If you get on stage. We'll have a link about the wheel mobile in the show notes. I wonder if there will be a puzzle for pad save Jack about climate change. A former sand and gravel mine will become a new off road vehicle park. And it's looking for a name. Here's some of the details in case, you didn't know the new park will be in grove island in Holly townships and will be jointly run by a collaboration between the Michigan department of natural resources parks and recreation division, and the Oakland County parks and recreation commission back in two thousand seventeen the DNR purchase two hundred and thirty five acres with the help of a two point nine million dollar grant. And earlier this month, the Oakland County board of commissioners approved a twenty year operating agreement with the DNR the park will be open to all types of offroad vehicles, including full-size vehicles side-by-side 's all-terrain vehicles, ATV's and motorcycles. So if you ever had that dream of flipping your Jeep here, you go it's plan to open in the summer of next year. So here's where you come in. The Michigan DNR is looking for a name for this park web link in the show notes for where to submit it just be sure to get the ideas in April twenty six I don't know if they're gonna go for gravel McGrath. Will face. And with that I'm shy into Sereni. Thanks so much for listening to the daily Detroit podcast. And I'm Jerry stays take care of each other. And we'll see you around Detroit. You're listening to the podcast Detroit network. Visit WWW dot podcast Detroit dot com for more information.

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6-30-20 Mike Trivisonno Show

The Mike Trivisonno Show

2:21:52 hr | 3 months ago

6-30-20 Mike Trivisonno Show

"Radio station. Do everything possible to make it. Make it required. The people had to wear masks in public. Oh, is it? Possible to make it make it required. The people had to wear masks in public. Land! com. Do every possible to make it. Make it to choir. The people had to wear masks in public. The MITROVA OH show on newsradio. W., T. am eleven hundred. I'm going to do everything in my possible to make sure that people wear masks. That is your Democratic nominee. Presumptive presumptive presumptive Joe. Biden I'm Alpo. Asking for trip sets up. The board spins twisted sister eighty four. We're not gonNA. Take Carbon Angela my right. the phone calls today. Kyle Cornell is on news liaison traffic. Great to be with you this afternoon. Let's start right off with with Mr. Biden I, heard some of his press conference today, and like I said on Friday night, when I was in for talk force, and you guys feel free to jump in on this if you want to. If, YOU'RE A democrat. And all you did was criticized Donald Trump for the last three and a half years, which is mostly all they did. Give me your platform. So what are you standing for? Who Do you offer? That is better than Donald Trump. And they put Joe Biden up. WHO said he's going to do everything? And I quote everything in my possible. Yes, to make sure that everybody wears a mask, even mean. Possibly it doesn't mean anything. It means that he's not all there and. This is the first day out of the basement for Joe Biden. And it's really all downhill from here. Goodness, wait till the debate starts now, and that's the and I guarantee you what the Democrats are going to try and do. They're going to want to make sure that Biden is in one location and trump is in another. They do not want those two on the same stage. They'll use one thousand nine, or whatever excuse, but if you socially distanced them, and you can put two guys on a stage pretty far apart. You can get this done. Those had a debate states together. They've got to be on a debate stage together if they were to do it virtually from two different locations. No, no, they've got to be on our. They gotta be socially distant and got to be on the same stage and Donald. Just hammer him well when he says things like this. I'M GONNA. Do everything possible to make sure that everybody wears masks. Forget forget about you know whether we can get to the whole mass debate. That's a whole other debate. Just I'm going to do everything by possible and he wants to require everybody to to wear a mask well. How about the Kobe? Factions what put that number at one hundred hundred twenty million people have died accordance Joe Biden from Kobe nineteen last week. Yeah, he's. He's got a gym every week. And because the media obviously is what ninety percent against Donald Trump they let all Joe Biden things. Go now. Think of Joe Biden. This is what would be really funny. We on Saturday night. All the evening shows all the news. Guests think how much fun the media would have with Joe Biden if he were Republican because he gives you plenty of. Of Fodder I mean the guy that I talked about this on Friday night. I feel bad for him as a human being because he's clearly losing it i. mean from my non medical evaluation of I'm not a doctor I'm just from what I from what I hear what I see very little of him, but every time I see or hear him. He's clearly losing it to me. I think a lot of people would agree with that absolutely. That's the guy that you put up for President I. Mean You had? You had Tulsi Gabbard Dulcie Gabbard. Won The Democratic nomination. She would have given trump run for his money truly. Who knows Joe Biden still might but Gabbard actually had some things whether you agree with her or not. She had something she stood on. She made sense when she talked she was articulate. She wasn't necessarily far left on everything. She actually had a moderate bone inner. Several of them this Joe. Biden The Way Seth Thought Tulsi does look good bikini. Does she? Not At least you got this one right? That's not any club agenda. As originally you said you liked him club Jar Bikini. Yes, I I misspoke Tulsa Riddick. Yes, it is. Yes she's. Tulsi does kind of have that moderate to maybe even a conservative bone in her body. She would have been a good candidate. Yeah, I, get where you're going with that. I got where he was going to. We've gotta get to news. Right so I'm going to stay on time here. See I haven't filled in for about a couple of maybe a month or two, so I'm going to stay on time. We got a new. Kyle Cornell indeed burning. Take it away, my friend. Thank you, Al Garmon, it's three Oh five former VP Joe Biden slamming president trump's response to the ongoing Kobe. Outbreak after. As, other leaders in other countries took the necessary steps to get the virus under control. Donald Trump failed. It's speaking in Delaware. The presumptive Democratic presidential nominee argued that the economy can be restored until the outbreak is under control e also argued for face for all in the meantime, nearly a dozen house Democrats visited the white. House today for a briefing on intelligence that Russia provided bounties to Taliban militants to kill US troops in Afghanistan, House majority leader Steny Hoyer wants all lawmakers to hear from. From intelligence officials directly not from White House staff, and he takes issue with President trump caller reports Russian bounties on soldiers in Afghanistan a hoax. There may be different judgments as to the level of credibility, but there was no assertion that the information we had was a hoax. National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien issued a statement, saying leaks of classified information endanger national security. The White House's said President Trump was. Was Not briefed on the intelligence Rachel Sutherland Fox News federal agents have charged four members of Toledo city council and an attorney who allegedly worked with them on charges of bribery, the FBI in the US Attorney's office said the investigation has been going on now for two years at least some Indicia of historical bribery allegations that were made prior to activity that's described in the complaint that starting. Starting in the spring of two thousand eighteen council members, Larry Sites Yvonne. Harper Gary Johnson and tyrone Riley. Are All accused of accepting cash and gifts in exchange for council votes the search underway for the suspect in a twenty year old Koga County double-murder. US Marshall, say sixty five year old federal agency has been on the run since he gunned down David settle when his mother Patsy in two thousand. Two lassie's picture and endless are posted online at W. T. A. M. dot com federal agents in northeast Ohio, warning the community about disturbing drug trend drug enforcement. Administration officials say methamphetamine is being pumped into the region in the form of candy colored pills. The feds believed the pills are easier to ship out of Mexico, but could be mistaken for prescription, pills or candy, and the Creator producer writer and And actor of the Dick Van Dyke show has died Carl. Reiner passed away Monday night at his Beverly Hills. Home Minor was inducted into the Hollywood walk of fame back in nineteen sixty. He was ninety eight years old on Wall Street now nearly even curly up one point the Nasdaq up one point three percent. That's one hundred twenty six points the SNP hundred point eight percent. That's about twenty points. Am Sports are prepping for the beginning of Spring Training two point Oh Friday at progressive field. sixty game seasonal weights all major league ball clubs, and the cavaliers have announced they've signed forwards. Dean weighed and Jordan. Bell multiyear contracts weighed on a two way deal this season with cavs while bell split time between Minnesota and Memphis home of the Indians and Cavaliers Carmen Angela newsradio Wt am eleven hundred for more on today's top stories. Sign up for our daily newsletter at W. A. M.. Dot Com. Wow it's nature stone. Now again. The by Trivisonno show on News Radio W. T. am eleven hundred now, Polaski and for trip today with the until seven o'clock Carbon Angelo here set this marks on the phone. Scowl. Cornell news traffic. Do you want to join the conversation? You can two six, five, seventy, seven hundred. You can also text us. Two zero nine five texts window, open messaging and data rates. Do apply coming up at three twenty five. We have Lieutenant Colonel Douglas Fullerton from the US. Army Commander of the Army Recruiting Battalion in Cleveland and national recruiting. Day's coming up. Yeah, they've got a recruiting initiative and we. We will talk to Lieutenant Colonel Fullarton about that. This will be the second or third time. We Pat Him on great man at three twenty five. He will join us on the phone very good, so we look forward to that. We've got a ton of text. As as I typically do, I cannot read every single one on the air, but I can get to to some of those. Let's see here from the four four hundred Joe Biden, presidency would be a weekend at Bernie's the movie. Somebody texted and said. I'm getting somebody tax. Keeps moving. Oh now. I can't find my Arrow on the screen they're. There is therapists here we go. Let me see here. Read that one. That's not a good one. Date apparently are not voting for Joe Biden. From the two six trump has said some of the. Thousands of the dumbest things ever said. Are you honest enough to play one clip well? Yeah, he said some silly stuff, but but the point is if you watch CNN or MSNBC, you can see those almost twenty four seven. Yes, there on a continuing to offer you. A little bit checked of a little bit more of the other side. How how many gaps have they played of Joe Biden? None. None so if you want to argue that trump has made some gaps, I would agree with you. He's made plenty. Yes, and trump is not the most. Polite man around. I mean. What do you think I? Don't see that? You think I try to be objective as I can, the thing is though. The mainstream media is really objective. That's always bothered me as somebody that has studied journalism communications when you report a story. If your reporting a story, you give the facts, if it's a column or opinion piece, you can do that, but try to be objective analysis. Yes, if you're if you're a news anchor, there's no reason for you to share which side you may lean. Totally changed as a news anchor. Nobody should know who you're voting for fridge. Y opinion only should know either way who you're voting for. If you are delivering the news, especially, the national news before jumped over to the trip show I spent twenty eight years doing news and not that it was my goal, but mean it was my duty, not to know not to let people know which way I leaned. Whether I serve Liberal Democrat Republican and that's how I did it I looked at everything and I reported everything through an objective Lens, and in show, one side, or the other and other than like Ed's plays. Ignatius I had no idea which way you late. That's another story. Alpa actually about fifteen years ago. Asked me to come broadcast. Saint Ignatius Games when his partner Lenny left. The good side. Doing ads games as well well. At the time now really didn't fully appreciate or understand that rivalry and he asked me. Always funny to everybody thought I went to say today I did not know I respect the school. I went to John Carroll. Obviously it's in the Jesuit tradition there I. Honestly, it's you know, but I think Ed's is a great school to Benedicta Great School is Website J. Wonderful schools walls. All the Catholic schools are out there. They're all good schools source in public school source of Christian. Christian schools not saying there's bad schools, but my point is I think they're all good schools and offer a great education. Really can't go wrong with any of those. Would you ask me that question and offered me that potential opportunity started laughing you? Did you did I understand. That's the one area where that's the one area where Carmen. The newsman could not be objective EDS versus ignatius. For it, and I got a lot of friends, opener and speaking of news. You've got some news for me here to. Do you remember the The protests which ended up in riots downtown Cleveland on Saturday may thirtieth I. Do okay well now we're learning that. There was a huge spike in the week and a half to two weeks after that in COVID, nineteen cases in Cleveland, and Merle Gordon the public health director in the city of Cleveland He correlates that to the onset of cases, also They lifted to daytime travel curfew throughout downtown, Cleveland and Ohio City. He is directly correlating a spike in corona virus cases due to what we saw in downtown. Cleveland on Saturday may thirtieth, and some of the numbers pegged. Four thousand people in downtown Cleveland. In close proximity, no social distancing no masks and you know what if you want to protest? That is your right as an American. I believe you have every right to protest not to destroy property. That's not you're right. That's against the law. However, if you want to protest anything peacefully, you have the right to do that I. would support their right. I would even say right now during this time if you want to do it. It's up to you. You're American. You should be able to do it if you are at high risk of covid nineteen. Don't go to the protest. However, that being said if people are allowed to protest and I said that's fine. That's well within your rights. Why shouldn't you then be allowed to go to Major League Baseball? Exactly even if there's maybe six thousand fans in the Ballpark, what is progressive field thirty seven socially distance there? Yeah, every two sites. Why is Cedar Point Still Not Opening until July ninth. If you can protest which I support, you should be able to protest anything that you believe in as long as you are within the law and not destroying other people's property or harming somebody else physically you can get out their shout whatever you want Kerry sites. Okay, but then if you can do that during this time when what we're supposed to be concerned about the spread of covid nineteen. That's what a lot of the medical establishments telling us later on the show. I do have numbers for you can make your own decisions. Then! Why can't we go to Cedar Point? Why do we still have to socially distance in restaurants? Why can't we sit next to each other tables? If if you're allowed to walk right down the street to protest something next to somebody else and your nothing's going to be done about that then. Why can't you do everything else to? Got To be one or the other you can't. You can't selectively enforced the law. If you have a law, it has to be enforced equally. I'll tell you one thing I know we gotta get to hear but. The wind is going to hold another news conference on Thursday and I'm very anxious to see. There is believed that he will require universal masking throughout the state, so we shall see he'll also We expect them to announce a reopening plan for the schools, so we'll see and as far as Texas and. Closing bars some bars and restaurants. I hope he doesn't I hope. He's not so frightened that that is something that's I'm talking about. Yes He. He would just about this. This economy is already been harmed significantly. There's already businesses that aren't coming back. Jobs aren't coming back if he wants to completely destroy the economy that he'll do, but he used that word yesterday frightened. Okay, well, you see what's going on in Texas and Arizona and Florida and most of those cases they're skewing younger. This is. Is something that that again is not necessarily put out there at the forefront, but let's be honest, so let me give us metric right now. Median death rate in the state of Ohio Age Eighty eight zero about eighty percent of the cases have happened in nursing homes. Yes, we had our first person unfortunately. Pass away under the age of twenty from Kobe nineteen. Happened last week she was. She had an underlying conditions so again. We know where people are at risk. They have underlying conditions, or they are elderly or both and she battled Kovic since April. She was diagnosed in April yes and again. You ask anybody that passes from this or anything you feel for, and you feel for their families, but let's tell the whole story. While the case, numbers are going up the death. Tolls are going down. This past Sunday was thankfully. This should be celebrated, but it's not for some reason. Reason thankfully we had the lowest number of deaths this past Sunday that we've had in the last three months from covid nineteen, and how many people reported that That's I found it because I do a little bit of research. Yes, you're on the Department of Health website. Yeah, exactly so you can go there. That's that's Ohio. Let's generally across the country. The numbers death wise are down, and those are the ones that you those are the hard numbers. You can't really fudge either way. Although I ask somebody text or some people. Somebody's going to call in and tell me well. Wait a minute. You know people are dying of covid nineteen that aren't necessarily dying of the disease. They're dying with it and being counted as Kobe nineteen. Yup and I know we gotta get to do. We do all right. We're going to take A. we're going to take a break. Make sure you stay tuned coming up. Right after the break, we're GONNA have Lieutenant Colonel Douglas Fullerton from the US Army. Join US make sure you stay here Alpa laskey and crew in for trip until seven o'clock eleven hundred w contests. Might trigger share on news radio. W. T. am eleven hundred. Allows with you alongside Carbon Angelo also here of course Seth Matsu screening the calls Cal Cornell on news. It is time now to welcome in a very special guest here. The trips show and we always enjoy talking to folks in the military and Lieutenant Colonel Douglas, Fullerton. Who graduated from the United States military. Academy in two thousand one is here with us today to talk about several topics including recruiting wake. Colonel. How's it going today? Thanks for joining us. Good thank you, thank you for having me on the show. You got it so I up. Tell me a little bit about army national hiring days. What is that all about? Yeah so armee national hiring day it's really an all army effort to hire ten thousand people ten, thousand individual across the nation to join our team what that means and kind of the Cleveland Northern? Ohio area is about two hundred people two hundred people who were looking for to join the army right now. This event Army National Hiring Day is a three day event, and it's today tomorrow and the next day, so thirty June through to July, and it's really an all army effort everybody's focused on a single recruiting events, and it's the first time we're doing this. This in the virtual space, and that's obviously because of the chances in the environment that we find ourselves in, but army leaders and recruiters across the nation are going to encourage people to explore the army's many career paths, and talk about all the benefits that are out there, and of course you can always find information about the army on Kgo army dot com Lieutenant Colonel Carmen how challenging how difficult has it been since say the middle of March with the Kovic Pandemic Ed, your efforts to simply recruit fine young men and women to join the United States, army. Excellent question and the bottom line is is as a lot of businesses have been affected by Ovid, nineteenth of the army has been as well and army recruiting has been affected as well. There was a period of time when we actually reduced in halted some of our shipping to train So in fact we we were, we were reducing the amount of training that we were doing in terms of initial entry training, and we weren't shipping new folks off to training, but then like lots. Lots of businesses like America itself we are resilient and we have we have become flexible and adapted to the environment, and we are practicing safe measures as well, and our recruiters are out there practicing measures wearing the the masks doing the social distancing, but we've got our folks back in the station back out in the community sake, we and we are absolutely available to talk about the army's to talk about opportunities, and we are always looking for volunteers and folks out. There and folks aren't interested. Colonel Douglas Fullerton. The commander of the US Army Recruiting Battalion in Cleveland joining us on the hotline here today on the trip show. So you can recruit people are. People can join the army at any time. Tell me a little bit more about the importance of the national hiring days. Why is this a special push rate here? Sure so honestly leads into Talking about cove, nineteen like I said we had to reduce our recruiting efforts to reduce some of our training, but the army and the mission of the army defense of the nations land power for our military services. Our mission remains, and we take that very seriously our oath to the constitution, our oath to the American people to protect absolutely everybody, and because of that we do still need folks. We still need folks to join the army we need those qualified volunteers to come forward and. And join our ranks, and because of that we we because of the reduction in some of our recruiting over the past few months boom. We gotta get back on, and we're looking for those ten thousand individuals across the country right now to get back on track back on a recruiting mission so that we can continue to support independent nations, lieutenant colonel. You talk about those qualified volunteers. What are the requirements or qualifications? You're seeking and up to what age can you join the United States Army? Sure, so seventeen to thirty four seventeen to thirty four, generally the age range that we're looking for male and female, we take we take absolutely everybody, and in fact right now. All jobs are open in terms of infantryman aviator pilot like myself. A crew chief mechanic, all those different types of jobs are open, and you learn incredible skills doing so in terms of other qualifications, there are medical and physical qualifications. and not everybody is going to be qualified. Not Everybody is, and that does make our job tough, but we are looking for people that are excited and volunteer, and we are looking for people that are like I, said qualified some of those pieces just to get into the details, a tiny bit The army is a rigorous and required some physical endurance for sure, some some ability to run some ability to to listen heavyweight, and we do have a physical fitness. Fitness test kind of a short one that we do with applicants beforehand, and then of course in the army. We've got a more rigorous one, and then we aren't looking for a high school graduate or if you've got a ged that works as well and we're also looking for folks. Maybe you've got a little bit college about. Maybe you've been in the workforce for a little bit while but the army offers incredible career opportunities and some check us out. Lieutenant Colonel. About College graduates obviously someone that's put enough four years, who might be a little bit more seasoned, a little bit more mature. Certainly, those are folks that you want to reach out to as well correct. Sure, I'm glad you brought that up. Because like myself, I do have a four year degree, and frankly like a lot of our folks in uniform I've got a bachelor's degree and a with a bachelor's degree. You also have the option to potentially join our officer core, and that is through OCS, officer candidate, school and that that can be. Be An option as well so yes, seniors in soon to be high school graduates also looking for for graduates and people that might be in the workforce, and then college graduates as well. There are opportunities available for all those different folks. How about Lieutenant Colonel Folks who are bilingual? Certainly a need for folks like that the joining United States army. Absolutely absolutely that we used to have done some specific named programs. kind of focused on different regions of the world of middle, east, specifically in some other areas Some of those programs don't quite exist in the same capacity anymore, but we are always looking for people that have bilingual skills on whether we're talking. Spanish or we're talking Farsi we're. We're talking to pass for people. That may have spent some time. We're live in Afghanistan. absolutely language skills definitely something that we're looking for. Lieutenant Colonel Hal a seventeen year, old or eighteen year, old, young man or woman. What type of educational money can they get? Say later on if they do join the United States army. Sure, sure so in terms of if you're talking about somebody, right out of high school the types of opportunities we have. There are the Montgomery Gi bill or now called the post nine eleven. Gi Bill, and that helps pay for college directly pace to a an institute of higher learning where you can get a bachelor's degree, even even potentially work towards a masters degree later later on. We also have a program while you're serving which. Which is tuition assistance, and that can defray and completely cover the cost of courses while you're still in the army? That's something that I actually used in pursuit of a master's degree and I know a lot of my peers have used as well we're. We're talking about the amount of money. We offer up to sixty five thousand dollars or student loan repayment now that somebody that has done a little bit of schooling and now wants to. Dig into an Army career, but there are. There's a lot of money available and a lot of ways they've after education because we recognize in the army, educating our force, and and focusing on continuing to educate is really mutually beneficial for for everybody involved Colonel Douglas Fullerton, joining us and Lieutenant. Colonel my question, too, is so folks get out of high school? Maybe they didn't have the best grades, or maybe they can't afford college. But they have specific field. They WANNA. Get into. You can still join the army and get into for example communications correct. Absolutely absolutely and communications is definitely abroad abroad skillset within the army, and what won't go into all the different The details we call them signal. and Bob Back in the day that was flag waving up and down, but now we're talking to computers. We're talking radio and we're talking to different types of electron equipment to do communications, and that is a huge field of course people. In the military and on the civilian side, as well and on the civilian side within the the army, we offer a lot of certifications and qualifications that can transfer over to a civilian sector job as well lieutenant colonel. You're graduated from West. Point, in two thousand one. How gratifying has your career been? It's been amazing NYC. Nineteen years of service total and surging all kinds of different places, Korea up in Alaska where I met my my wonderful wife down in Texas and in Alabama, to Iraq and Afghanistan a couple of times as well the most amazing parts has always been, and will always remain the amazing folks that I have had the honor to serve alongside being in the company of Heroes is is a book, and it's also absolutely true of my experience in the army, the the men and women that make up our army, the America's Army are a really truly special and amazing people. They're selfless they. They are honorable. They are filled with the desire and the passion to serve others and to help others and I see that every day and see that every day kill here in recruiting lieutenant colonel. Somebody wants to join the army best place to go to do that. Yeah, go, army, DOT, com, dot com, and you can do go dot com slash hiring day but also if Google, one of our army recruiting stations army recruiting station boom, ill the one nearest you and you can call that phone number, and you can actually talk to a qualified recruited who who come from lots of diverse backgrounds and learn more about the arm. Lieutenant Colonel Douglas Fullerton joining us here. Thanks for joining us today. Thanks for your service and. We? Wish you the best. Is You have your? Army National Hiring? Day's coming up here. Thank you so much, thanks. Thanks a lot. There is Lieutenant Colonel Douglas. Fullerton he's the commander of the US Army recruiting, battalion in Cleveland. Let's go news now. Kyle Cornell coming up. L. 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Partly cloudy eighty three degrees at your severe weather station News Radio W. a. m., little four, one, three six. uh-huh! The might've Asano show on Newsradio. AM eleven hundred. Back. In for truth sets been as they're just here in that hit spun by South reminds me of a woman. We know who ended up in an an Eddie van Halen's. Tell Room after a concert ball. Yes, was quickly. Ushered out the after she told him that eruption sought. Well that will get you checked if you tell any artist is, music sucks. Probably ask you to especially this one. We kept. Guitar masterpiece. Pretty good and Eddie. Van Halen does quite an ego as well well, so between the two of those reasons, yeah that. Would you know what though Alex bigger go? The Nettie I've heard that. Yes, I have heard and Alex was one guy. He would actually if he didn't like you, he would challenge you to a fight unbelievable. Yeah, he was pretty tough guy, so people still feel they need to do that. He's Carbon Angelo. He has never challenged me to a fight. Yes, matzos screen the phone calls. We've got Kyle Cornella News Libya's coming up traffic and just a bit I've got some numbers here I. Want to go over with you in a moment. Talking a little bit about covid nineteen. We were talking about Biden earlier. The mask thing making it a federal mandate as has been coming up or a state mandate. Know what Seth Real quick. Can we play that sound bite from job? Do everything possible to make it. Make required. The people had to wear masks in public. Is Seven. I remember back in the eighties. How I was just a kid back then, but I distinctly remember I. Wasn't you know I wasn't too young? How people would get on Reagan for the smallest gaffes he would make? The national media is not getting Joe Biden at all for and every time. The Guy Speaks publicly he. And you know what it's to get worse and worse for him I mean this is basically his second day out of the way, and Reagan was supposedly too old to be president that came up with Donald trump as well, but Joe Biden is the oldest ever to run I believe seventy seven years old I don't think anybody's run. That's been older for first term. Is the oldest Reagan was what seventy two when he ran? Was that correct? Yeah, second. Yeah, somewhere around there. Ended up being one of the greatest presidents while time in my opinion, now I think most people would agree with I mean I. Know I've talked a lot of people that are in the middle as Christina I used to talk about over channel three. When we talk politics between the forties, he would always say so. You might lean a little right on some things, a little left on the others, but most of those people all liked Reagan. Hence why the landslide mean. Carter was Carter was an easy to beat because the inflation issue, and how we handle the Iran situation. He was an easy one to. Then they put not to defend. Not Defend Jimmy. Carter great man, no real great man Glenn Super He would have been great ambassador to the UN I, agree i. that's about it I. Think it's funny, too. Because I knew some people that were around back then, and they always said you know Jimmy Carter meant well. Yes, he was well. The it's a backhanded compliment, but he meant well. He just failed miserably but Walter Mondale then against Reagan. He just. Out You almost beat him in Minnesota to Mondale's home state. Yes, all right? Let's richards been on the full line forever from Worcester. Let's get to him. I Richard Your newsradio eleven hundred w. t. a. m.. Here's one way in beat the Democrats. Back when he had dinner debates. There's end o'bannon. They can't ask you about the college. She wants to give Free College, but they let him off the hook. They don't let it they don't make say. What's IT GONNA cost and then turn around and say okay. The country broke now with the virus. How are we going to pay for it? It's so easy to take the average and how many people went to college last year and come up with a figure? Don't let him stand around there and. Not Be a politician and never give straight answers making give me an answer because I'm on taxes next year. Point Richard thanks for the call. I appreciate that I. Mean a lot of the things that here's the bottom line. Though to a lot of candidates say a lot of things on both sides of the aisle before they get to the actual election, then they get elected and they don't do most of what they said they were going to do or or try to do. Clearly to me what Joe Biden. His people are having him say. I don't know if a lot of what he saying anymore things that he comes up with I. Think he simply he is. He is handled to a high degree. He's high maintenance. Let's say you've got to keep your hands on them. You know what they're telling him to say is to try to get people from the far left to vote for him. Sanders people because he won't win the election without those but I don't know if those far left people realize that when Biden gets in. He's not gonNA. Be Able to do most of what he says he's going to do. Free College right now is impossible. There's a lot of things I thought were possible. Then became possible. I don't see any way shape or form. You're going to be able to have free college. Look in their last three months later. How Socialist or communist you are, and you think that's a wonderful thing. You know I would have loved to have paid for college, but that's not the way it works in such simple. We paid. Yeah, we all do. We paid something guess. Mine well, and if you if you were if you're smart enough, or if your athletic enough to earn a scholarship, or if you have leadership skills, then bully bullyfree you. You did what you were supposed to do. An ice school and you got it a little bit cheaper, but just to say well. Everybody deserves free college well. It'd be nice if everybody could have free college, but no everybody doesn't. Nobody deserves and deserves come from, but that's used a lot now you deserve. The everybody deserves to own a whole. Will you deserve to own a home if you can afford to buy all the new dessert for yes, workforce, while we had the last recession back in two thousand eight. People were being given loans by mortgage companies that they couldn't afford, but they didn't care. They gave him home anyway. Sorry. I've got go to break, don't this? Very close. Close right, we'll take a timeout looking back with a little bit more in just a moment in for Mike. Donald Today L. Polaski. Keep it here on a Leonard. The microwave Asano show on newsradio W am eleven hundred now Pulaski and for trip today Carbon Angelo with me so acetic Matzos here as well. Kyle Cornell on News Traffic Illinois. Kashmir by led Zeppelin one of the best rock songs ever house my second favorite song of all time now only next to having an getting back to the Van cliche stairway to heaven for your favorite song let's. Let's well. INSTAGRAM sided stairway to heaven. Hit on the pop charts third. No never never was released as a single because it was, too. That's right there released an edited version like four years later that hit it somewhere, but it was nowhere number one which is ironic 'cause it's considered the greatest rock song of all time by many. Yes, like you absolutely and yeah, never hit number. Let's grits rock band of all time in my opinion, John I'm the greatest drummer. In my opinion. They're certainly up there. It's always subjective, but I would give led Zeppelin. It's do it's not my favorite group of all time, but it is a group that I can listen to appreciate a better guitarist. Carman's other favorite song. Oh, go ahead! John. This is frankie goes to Hollywood. Kashmir his ipod in this one. Why would you? What would you play this garbage? From nineteen ninety-five. Their biggest ever. Relaxes the name of the show Okay Frankie goes. And Remember I. Don't know I. Don't know I'm sure he if he likes led Zeppelin possibly like Frankie goes down. Well he does like color Baffoni Alford. Our former colleague Bob France used to play. It's raining. Man when I would appear on his show. That man either. I. Don't know either one. Let's get to them I up here. We have Jason from chardon. Jason Your newsradio eleven hundred. Hey Al, how are you doing that good? How are you? Good Hey big shot. I'll tell you the Khokar there. You guys do a great job. Thank you to lock travel up the show you. You had mentioned the Reagan period. And earlier you had mentioned how you guys. Don't bring up your your. which way you vote on the air, you'd never should as A. News. Person Runs Person. Yes, and in eighty six, a very important piece of history was done that now. A lot of people know about It's called the fairness Dr. after they did away with that pretty much faith, media entertainment. if did away with all that so fairness it should be. I think a lot of trick. Listeners would probably so that but a lot of people don't. We need to know the history like that to know what's going on today? And he's out. Have a good day Jason. Yeah thanks for the call. That's that's good. That's And there's been talk about. Bring the fairness doctrine back. Funny Enough I heard. Some people do it in response to Fox News because they think too far to the right, obviously Fox News as a lot of right wing commentators on their network, but Okay Fair enough point with that, but then okay CNN. NBC NPR watching Don Lemon last week. Okay, I forced myself. Okay, all right, it was. It was brutal, absolutely punished. You're not going to get a lot of objective opinion there, that's that's the ultimate thing and here's the point. If you WANNA, have a left-wing network, you should be able to have one. If you WANNA have a right wing network. You should be able to have one I would love for. For there to be a truly objective news source truly objective as objective as possible and I think there is a whole blowing so wide open for that right now. Objectivity is not sexy. No, it's not it really isn't and when you find somebody objective and you can find. That might lean a little to the right or the left Tim Russert lean to the left, but he was object. Yes, he was. Pro John Carroll Grad maybe I'm slightly Bai's there but I thought. Good Chris Wallace another guy that I think obviously he leans to the right, but he is very objective. Those kind of news people. They're a dying read. You Know Russ Mitchell a channel three locally. Very objective watches newscast at east fabulous. Okay I know personally, but and so maybe I was vice there, but I just gave you three guys that can do it. You can lean a little to the right little to the left or right down the middle as close to the middle as you can get what I see from Russ, which is one of the great things with working with him? You know you see. He wants to report what it is as these other guys do, too, but you'd mentioned Don. Don Lemon I mean. Is that guy of any interest in reporting a conservative might think or feel about a topic? No, absolutely not to be fair. Sean Hannity has no interest at all and reporting. What somebody from the left fields you got that right? If you WANNA watch those folks, it's fine I. have no problem with I. I would love somebody to be objective. I feel like I'm required to watch CNN and I do watch it a lot but WANNA get all angles on a pretty consistent basis. I put Don Lemon every now and again you know I. Watch Laura Ingraham at night. you know during the day we typically have Fox on his your by different things to watch I. Don't watch during the day most of its CNBC. Which is okay, NBC, you can argue it's a left leaning network whatever, but when it comes to business news. They're about as down the middle as again. Yes, they really are and. You get fairly objective reporting. Let's go to Lou from Cleveland High Lou. You're on eleven hundred. You have a weight of Fun College. Yes, I do thanks for taking my call great show great variety of music by the way. Thanks for that. Not that anybody deserves a free education, but this is a I'll explain it real quickly and then hang up and you guys can beat the beat the crap out of it as you see fit after I hang up, anyway, take the construction budget for all new construction of buildings that nobody would notice if they were built or not built today, State College camp by Okay and put it on hold for a year. Take that money as a seed fund to start an endowment for the state of Ohio, and then every single taxpayer. Could dump money into that over the course of their children aging or getting to that college age point you build up a huge endowment in which people could draw from that pay offset not completely make free, but offset, and I'm talking just a one year moratorium on construction of new buildings on state schools in the state of Ohio now. Here's the one problem. You'RE GONNA have with that Lou because most people that donate a large amount of money to whether it's a college or a hospital. They want their name on something. Most people I'm not saying all, but a lot and there's. There's nothing wrong with that. If you're gonNA read a check for ten million dollars for a building on campus, I can understand why in your name on it to lot of people will not just for example so a lot of the money. The college is in their defense is to look at this from the other side. They won't get those those checks written because somebody's not going to write a check for a million or five, million or ten million dollars, and then not be given credit for it. I'm not saying everybody, but most people want some sort of credit for that. I agree I completely agree, but everybody could see it from standpoint of we're just GonNa do this a moratorium for a year to provide the initial seed fund that will then grow over the years similar to a Harvard endowment that has grown over the years. Yeah that's it's an interesting. It's an interesting point when I appreciate the call. And that's you know you can look at it that way I know. There's been some people that have complained about that. They said the buildings. We have various campuses. You hear this just from people over the years. Let's building was fine. Why did we get rid of this building well? One, reason is again because the to get the money. On a campus a lot of times people want that they want their name on it. Second thing is to you have to have to keep up with the times in order to be able to recruit people. Got To keep up with the Joneses I mean when improvements are made. They spend the money. And unfortunately it's a cycle carbon it feeds into itself where you keep raising tuition because you have higher bills and to pay higher bills, you gotTa have more things to attract those people, so you have to build bigger buildings yet to launch clever, more clever, clever, clever marketing campaigns. It's not a word. It's made it up, but you know that's gotta my point. So it's it's interesting. Different way to I know there's a lot of. College campuses. There's a lot more administrative bloat for lack of a better term where you just have. Since the I saw I read I wish. I had to remember this guy read it a few months ago back in the late eighty s little over thirty years ago. You had about a third to a half. As many administrators now talking professors that are teaching, but administrators, vice presidents, and all that then what you have today you have half to two thirds more and most colleges of administration. Then what you had previously, that is expensive. Yeah, there's really no need for it in a lot of cases, you're correct. You're correct all right? We've got to news. Kyle's up here with that Alpilles the infra trip and What's happened in the world today? A lot of Joe Biden. Came up for the first time in a while. Former VP Joe Biden slamming president trump's response, the ongoing Tobin nineteen outbreak month after month as other leaders in other countries took the necessary steps to get the virus under control. Donald trump failures. Biden also said much more testing is required. Any ripped trump for saying testing should be slowed down. He insisted that tens of thousands of workers need to be. Be Hired for contact. Tracing and Biden also said everyone in America should be required to wear a face mask outside their homes Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell says it could be a while before the country fully recovers from the Covid Nineteen Pandemic Powell testified on Capitol Hill today, and he claims quote. A full recovery is unlikely until Americans feel completely safe in resuming all activity prior to the pandemic. Four members of Toledo city council, facing federal charges. All of them accused of accepting money and gifts in exchange for council votes the US, Attorney's office and the FBI say the size of the alleged bribes varied. You'll see. They ranged from anywhere from five hundred dollars up to about twenty five hundred dollars per bribe council members Larry Sykes Yvonne. Harper Gary Johnson Anti Ron Riley are all accused of accepting cash gifts, also being charged is an attorney who was accused of having a hand in coordinating the bribes. The Health Education Center. Center at Case Western. Reserve, university will no longer be used as they cope. Nineteen surge hospital instead officials say it will be transitioned back into use for students coming in the fall. It take a few weeks. He had the building back to normal. It was prepared as feel hospital in case other Cleveland Hospitals became overwhelmed with covid nineteen patients, the owner of a supermarket in Cleveland Heights being sued by a fired human resources manager from whom the HR manager hired. The suit says that John's Cigar, the owner of Garas marketplace on. On Lee road fired HR manager Marcia Jacobs after cigars, said the Jacobs Higher, too many black employees, too many gay employees and to hire a woman who was quote beyond the reach of Childbearing Years Cigar, said an emailed statement to Cleveland Dot Com. Jacobs was fired for cause. And that is store doesn't discriminate for any reason. Jacobs worked for the store about fifteen months and was let go during the pandemic. I'm Tom More W.. T. A. M. News and Cleveland's black lives matter mural has been defaced the Arctic located off east. East Ninety Third Street between health between heath and the BESSEMER avenues has been vandalized with what looks like black spray paint images show black B. L. M. is Marxist and stop killing each other, and it's been written on mural. The artists of the mural have expressed disappointment for the actions online on Wall Street. The Dow currently up eight percent. That's two hundred seventeen points the Nasdaq up nearly one point nine percent. That's one hundred eighty four points and the S&P five hundred up one point five percent. That's forty seven points. Dow UTM sports CD INSERT PREPPING for the beginning of Spring Training two point Oh Friday at progressive field, sixty game seasonal weights, all major league ball clubs and the Cavaliers have announced they've signed forwards. Dean weighed in Jordan. 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Okay, yeah I think a lot of people would disagree with you, but we did have a texture that requested nickelback so you you've fulfilled that I will admit. Frankie goes to Hollywood is better nickelback nickelback. Rap. Song does sound the same you have to i. mean now that one is a little bit different. I will admit that from the typical, but every time they had. Hey, here's the new from nickelback. It sounded the exact same as the old one from nickel. That's on has a little bit of an edge, but it's highly offensive and I don't think there's any room for that to be played on this shell, but who am I I'm just along for the ride the. Great to have you along for the right. Yeah I I am your Roger Murdock. You are co-pilot and there are people that will get. Very good. L. Philosophy with you for trip today I'll be infra trip again on Friday. Typically have been doing talk force on Friday night. That's GONNA come to an end. The last show is July seventeenth, but it's good news that means baseball is coming back on July twenty fourth for the Cleveland Indians July twenty third, there'll be a national game or two till I, twenty four to travel to begin the first of sixty games and their first two weeks I. Don't think they have an off day so even though we haven't had baseball for four months. You're going to get a lot of baseball coming at you for at least a couple two weeks. No often is going to carry sixteen pitchers. He might he might. He was talking. You know yesterday. He had his press conference and he was, he was talking about. The question was asked how you going to divide the rostrum Hornsey estimate of course. Tito said. I knew that question or he he said I. Don't Know Fifteen fifteen is what they're looking at, but knowing I bet sixteen pitchers because it is going to be early, you are going to need those extra arms. You do have a little extra time with. The roster's thirty, and then it'll go down to twenty eight and then twenty six eventually, but you're going to need those extra arms planet simple great news if you're an Indians Fan, I know that they generally play extremely well in the second half under Tito. I can be a little bit slow out of the gates, but I'll tell you what I would much rather have it that way. Then vice versa seemed like the manny acta teams did the exact opposite two thousand eleven mid-may. They were up by seven games first place. Yes, by the first week of June, it was all gone. They were out of first place. This is going to be crazy. Obviously Sixty Games as a sprint I mean you look at how Washington national started last year they were nineteen and thirty one after fifty how they end! End Up getting ring on their finger. You may see well. You will see I'm sure out of those teams that make the postseason. You're going to see a team that people would say have no right to be there, but they get hot. They don't go in along street. It's the way it goes Carmen. Here's the other thing too for for baseball aficionados, and obviously I am one of those I. Know You love it. You weren't at the stadium as a batboy back in the eighties saw some of the greats coming through I've covered baseball for. Covered a quote unquote for well over twenty years I'm not going to start giving away my age, but I've been around a Ballpark, my entire life, either as a kid playing in college playing. Then once I got out of college covering it professionally so I've been around the game a lot I love it. The one thing about this is you're going to see some differences. The Way Games are managed now right out of the gate when you have one hundred and sixty to. One of the things I think Tito is not given enough credit for it. He openly says it and a lot of managers are coaches and other sports will never admit it, but it's the way you should manage and should coach especially in baseball if you've got one hundred sixty two games new down seven or eight to nothing the third inning. You're probably losing that game digits. The odds are sure there's there's a comeback like the Indians ad in two thousand one when they're down twelve nothing to the mariners, it happens once a century basic I left that game in the sixth inning post. People don't feel bad. That was packed house that night and Sunday night baseball. However Tito knows enough to know that. If once you lose, he said look if we're GONNA. LOSE TONIGHT I! Don't WanNA. Lose tomorrow to by burning out a bullpen. You're running out seven or eight pitchers. That's where you will see a non on a position player. Come in and pitch, sometimes because you don't want to ruin the arms so Tito's great at managing a loss as well as a win. If you lose today, he's not going to. Jeopardize tomorrow by any stretch, but I think it's going to be managed differently car. I do by everybody you're gonNA try to win. Right out of the gates absolute while you have to and I always respected Tito but I'll tell you when I realized. This guy truly is a hall of Famer in two thousand sixteen. We had all those injuries. and. You have a guy like Ryan Merit. Come up, Tribe our had the issue with his finger and the way that he managed that game. Simply magical. He truly is magical than your. Revolutionized the way US relief pitchers to. He was the first guy to use closers in non closing situations, and he succeeded wildly with it so now you saw some others Kevin cash what he's doing in Tampa Bay yeah. Starts he started with the opener that was Kevin cash thing he started that trend. That's now catching on more and more. I'm not saying necessarily. Tito is going to go that route, but catchy was here. He was catching bullpens for years for Tito. He caught format at the red sox managed him cash. He observed, and really was a sponge with everything. Tito and Mickey callaway and that group was doing, and then he took it in and vented his own thing, and I think he did tremendous job. Great job in Tampa. He really is moving the Chesapeake incredibly well. We'll get back to some other topics. We'll talk baseball. We'll talk Kobe nineteen. We'll talk politics, but right now. Let's TALK TRAFFIC NATION DOT com. The Mitrovica Sano show on Newsradio WTO. Eleven hundred Al Philosophy in for trip today, set spending. The headscarf misses a local group warrants nineteen eighty-nine. Yes. Jerry Pie Billy Morris obviously. Yeah he's. He's still playing guitar around town all he does a tremendous job in this song according to billions, the second most played Song at Strip clubs throughout north. America, so there's news you can use I won't use it necessarily. We did just now. You know. I've been the to strip joints of my life once when I was nineteen, another one in two thousand and one when my buddy got married Caroli- knots lying. I'm dying my right. God may be struck dead. Right now back off out. I know I've better hold on I'm moving away here. You're squeaking microphone I'm moving. Away from garbage not yet. There's a lot of great guitarist than artists. Especially rock artists around town many think Joe. Walsh came from this area. I mean he's still hanging around Aaron. Carbon as connery's berries, I could go on and on and on and. He never really played a instrument correct. Oh Yeah Guitar Okay I. Don't I'm not a big? Guy We saw them in concert. My wife and I back at the center in two thousand twelve. Okay, by the way the Walstein center is a fantastic place to see a concert. Where you really was you were you? Were you on the Were you in in the middle there and that group that was toward the stage or Very we have the first row straight back like. I first row seats behind. The you know the main level two thousand twelve. Fantastic. Really was it really was? It was a completely different. It was so that was called nine inch nails, but it was just. Trend resident hasn't tired tiredly different group than what he had in the ninety, but he still had some incredible artists with them. So there you go. There's a lot of different artists that you can that you can watch and Cleveland that you can learn about including all right. Let's go back to the phone lines. That's when people waiting. Next, we've got dino from vermillion I. Know You're on newsradio eleven hundred. Hi Al Sharpton Time and how you guys doing today good. Summer Day I. I'm just really he won't buy our governor. angered mostly. Yesler journalists asked him a question, and I thought for once. It was a good question about how do you? What do you think? This research of his Co. that happened I mean what? What do you think brought it on governor? And Almost invest, up Jimmy Stewart. I don't know. He didn't have stones. To see it was because of the protests and I think we all believe that's all these massive humanities around his country and the state. And that's why I have the problem with by Governor e canceled all large group events for this summer because of the Cova and trying to protect Ohio and. but yet you know these protests. Because of this scourge just cove it. And I know your amendment white. We also have the right together and have fun to. Why was that allowed? I JUST WANNA know. How could he allow that to happen? When was governing using the guard or the police? To make sure he's huge? Groups were separated to some degree maybe different areas, but effort three weeks, and now we're back to step one because of his failure to govern Output say to them as a leader couldn't Governor Lemonade, stand in my mind and I I will defy him if he tries to go back to step one make us. I'm not. GonNa Concur with that. How you guys you about what he's doing, he's doing the right thing all right. Thanks for the call. It's a it's a fair question, and there's a lot of different things, too. Shall we say unpack with that? Because there's so many different ways you can look at this and trying to be objective with the go ahead car O to Dino's point as far as the masking Let's see what he says on Thursday. I'm getting word that he is going to call for universal masking for all. All of us when we're out in public so all right so then my next question is how do you enforce so if somebody's walking down? The street is a cop to write you a ticket because you're not wearing a mask, because now now you really start no matter how you feel about this Kovic virus. Now you're starting to step over the line of really having big government. Come and Oh, you're not doing this thing. We're gonNA come and read your ticket. We're going to take away whatever. And I know this already. There's going to be a lot of people that are simply just not going to comply. You're going to have a major rebellion with people, not wearing masks. What are you gonNA do about that. You know what look if I'm a police officer and I'm doing my regular duty, my regular patrol and I see somebody walking down the street or walking their dog, and not masked after a call or a mandate by the governor to be universally masked I'm not going to site that person and I bet you I don't know. I, would yes I mean I shouldn't say. Would sight him, but first of all that's very difficult to enforce second of all because of here's a big problem that the medical establishment has and the government has. They had a lot more faith in them. Even if you don't like even if you're one of those that are against big government. There was a little bit more faith in them. Let's say around March first with the Kobe. Stop started coming out and okay. Here's our projections. Here's our models. Here's what we think. The problem is and the facts are when you look at all the evidence. The models were way off. The estimates were way off. The government aired on the side of the worst possible outcome. They didn't give any credence to any outcome. That wasn't the worst possible they gave limited to no credence to what shutting down. An entire economy would do so okay. WE'RE GONNA. We this cove in nineteen we. We want to protect people from that. And then it became tunnel vision, and you forgot about all the other problems that would ensue by locking down an entire economy. The Department of Health and Human Services said about a month ago. In a study you can have up to one hundred and fifty thousand people die because of lockdowns alone. That has nothing to do with the virus, but instead has people. People. Unemployed businesses lost people spending too much time in close proximity together such as families, and what have you seen since then numbers back up domestic violence on the rise suicides on the rise opioid addictions on the rise. That's what happens when you lock down an entire economy so what we should've done what I've been saying. Give people guidelines. That's not like Kobe out there I. Don't you know this? This is not a hoax. This is not something that doesn't exist. This exists, and it is very harmful to people that are in the high risk group, which are if you have an underlying cause, or if you're elderly, especially, if you are both, protect them. It's not hard to stay away from people I can go out to public places and knock you close to somebody I can go to. The grocery store and knock you close to somebody we can go to ball games and not be right next to somebody. It's you can do it, but that's what should have been done. Guidelines should be given if people wanted then do things that are smart and get close to each other when there's when there's a virus like this, and whether you're on one side of the aisle, you don't like the protests. You're on the other side of the aisle. You don't like people up at put-in-bay this past weekend. We saw pictures of their people in a swim a bar close together either way you're close together. It's going to spread. Any virus will, but those people mostly are not in the at risk group. So now let's get to the next. Question is ultimately brings us to. This is the United States of America ultimately I mean it says you know for Life Liberty and the pursuit of happiness, the other caller alluded to that happiness factor, but forget about. How about life and liberty? You need a job to do that. So, ultimately then shouldn't be your choice what you want to do and you might not agree with somebody else's choice. You might think they're an awful person for not wearing a mask, but if this is America, and if you're in the high risk group, then you should be smart and stay home and stay away. They're still going to be considered people that are. are going to be aware of that and make sure that they don't spread the virus. In case, they haven't seventeen seventy five L., a. man by the name of Patrick Henry said, give me liberty or give me death, and that's that's ultimately what this comes down to, and there are other ways to stop the spread of a virus other than locking everybody down. That's there are other ways there are ways to do it, but taking a sledgehammer to it and killing the economy especially when you're off like you estimate that you, but the imperial. College study for example that said we might have two million Americans dead because of this. So subtly that became while we're going to have two million people dead unless we do this. That's what happened so now you have people not necessarily trusting what government and medical officials are saying because of that they were wrong. I want to think that they tried their best, but they were rock. Bottom line. Are we gotta take a break? Go News I. Though Right? Yeah, Kayo? Cornell is up with that all right. You're up here, we go. Thank you L.. It's four thirty five former vice president Joe Biden says President. Trump keeps making things worse stirring the Cova now in pandemic speaking today in Delaware, Biden said trump failed the country in the meantime Biden also said he's not experienced any symptoms of the covid nineteen corona virus, and hasn't been tested. FACEBOOK will now boost original reporting on. It's news feeds and demote stories that hide who wrote them? The social media giant has been criticized for contributing to the partisan divide in the nation by running highly politicized. Stories attend to get more. MORE COMMENTS AND LIKES THE CLEVELAND. 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I'll be what the until seven o'clock that we've talked about a number of different things, number different topics here, everything from baseball to cove in nineteen virus to wearing a mass will be something that the government is going to try and mandate again with that. That's going to be offered to enforce up. How many states now I think nineteen states are requiring universal masking throughout the country correct at how many people actually wear a mask when they're outside their house twenty four seven. Well, I mean a certain a certain summary People. -Absolutely, absolutely some people do, and then there's questions about the do masks really work and then? You you you stir up some really. Strong opinions on both sides of that issue. You get some people that say if you don't wear mask. You don't care about anybody else. That's a little bit extreme. Then you have people that say like I can't believe. You're wearing a mask giving into government. If you think you might be sick. I think number one. You should stay home anytime. Forget about Kobe nineteen anytime. You are sick. You probably shouldn't go in public unless you absolutely have to. And then if you do in that situation whether it's Covid, nineteen or the flu straight one of those, then you should wear a mask and take some consideration I moved into a new complex few months ago and I can tell you when I'm walking to my vehicle or I'm walking around the grounds. Ten percent of people wear masks, and it's a relatively younger group of people that make up my complex and very few people wear masks. I mean they are not living in fair, and it's not being disrespectful. They just they're not wearing them and I don't WanNa say it's refreshing. You know because look. I do when I. Go out I have a handkerchief in my back pocket when I'm at the grocery store if I come across, somebody up ported it over my face out of respect can't wear a mask, but very few people in my complex where masks I'd say probably ten percent. And if you, if you stay far enough away from other people, you know that six foot is is again just a general guideline for viruses. If you stay six feet or more away from another person I think most doctors will say pretty safe distance turns and sneezes on you. Then what are you going to do, but if breathing and walking by six feet away, it's not going to be a big difference. I gotta go to traffic here at forty-five right? No, no, no, no, I don't fifty. We can go back to the phone lines and care all right. Let's do that. We have somebody waiting. Andy from par. You're next on newsradio eleven hundred. Hi, Andy A. On the hook government mandated. Even if they say Oh, you only have to do that, you're the crowd is spot close? Other people okay, define crowded defined close to other people. There'd be so many legal challenges today if it would be not even logistically possible I work at my opinion. Yeah I I agree with that it's it would be hard to enforce something like that and hard to set up a guidelines safe speed limits for example. Okay, that's a pretty pretty easy one. If you're going over thirty five miles, an hour in every car has speedometer in it every Kafka as a radar gun that can, they can shoot at you and tell you what you're going. That's pretty easy to say whether or not. You're breaking the law however. Wearing masks, somebody can say all right well I'm out walking in the woods for example by myself or with my wife or my brother that lives in the same house. Well. If that's the case, then it's just the two of you when you happen to come across I. Don't know a Park Ranger. What's he gonNA raise your ticket what you could see. Not only that is warm one. Let's say this is my wife. This is my brother. We live in the same house. Are They GonNa ask you to prove that great? And if you're walking in the park, are you going to necessarily be carrying ID because when you go hiking, you're probably gonNA. Leave your wallet at home or in the car. If you pulled up to a park, right? Yeah and the police have much better things to do. I mean come on. They're not gonNA WANNA. Do this is ridiculous I, know thanks for the call to I've got friends that are that are police, officers and I'm not going to name any of them. Obviously, but they told me. Mostly all the calls they've been going on the last three months. Domestic violence calls. They are not writing a whole lot of speeding tickets because they don't want to get out and have that face to face contact, and they also think that you know it's kind of ridiculous. They're supposed to be enforcing so at the time. When it was pretty in the lockdowns were pretty severe I guess back in April. There was there was a stay at home order where you're only supposed to go to the grocery store or the gas station or to whatever Mike Dewine and Amy Adams. An essential business well guess what they're all essential go. Tell some small business owner whose life depends on that job. His business or her business is not essential, but they were saying like. Enforce that right? Let's go to Kelly from St Spur Hi Kelly. You're on newsradio eleven hundred. High Okay so about a month ago. I told my friends. I said you watch they will be. Announcing isn't news that they're gonNA. They're the swipe their third. It's coming back. What was in the news cycle about a month six weeks ago? How much more testing was? Able across that there was the push for that. You know trump did a great job getting those tests available. So the raw number of diagnoses now might be higher, but the statistics that we should be getting is out of the percentage of people being tested Dow versus those being tested. You know two months ago. What's that percentage who are testing is positive and. I, have friends who are being offered to be tested. They go to the doctors. WanNa get tested if you had it. And some of them are getting tested and being told state. Yeah, you've got the antibody you had it. Are Those people being included in the numbers of people that are contributing to this quote quotes? Hurt just like I. I don't fight. We're not getting the right numbers once again. Kelly I appreciate your call. It's a fair point again with similar. Kelly said also keep in mind this which a lot of the I I so I watched a local news last night I watched the end of a local news, and then the network news came on, and the network news was all about trump said the trump did this whole bunch of Gotcha. They completely left out one of the most important things that came out of Sunday the deaths for Kovic nineteen part at their lowest in the last three months since April the death numbers at the lowest, so even if cases go up, and I'm not saying you want that, but cases going up does not necessarily mean people are going to die from it again if you look at the numbers. State of Ohio from their government website. The median age of death. Was eighty-one for the last month. Now it is eighty. Because we had one person that died under the age of twenty, she was nineteen and yes, she did have an underlying condition which we've said, if you have an underlying condition, or if you're elderly, especially, if you are both you need to take precautions, no question about that all right so eighty years old is the median age of death. What the median age of. Testing with confirmed cases in the state of Ohio. Fifty one forty, six for forty six, oh. You have a lot of younger people that this again for for. If you do not have an immuno compromised system from what doctors have said, most doctors have said I think pretty much. All of them have so. I don't know somebody that has said that. There's always an exception. There's always somebody healthy. That's going to get something die from it that you never would have expected always an exception. But the people that are generally healthy, this is not necessarily a immortal danger to them necessarily again I said, and I'm speaking in generalities you can. Seem like the same phone number that always text at me. That tries to say well, you know I know. This person was thirty five years old that. I get it. There's always something there's people die of the flu that are twenty five years old that otherwise out the in happens unfortunately, but to again do all the things that are shutdown economy has done. And if they're thinking about shutting it down again off again, Department of Health and Human Services, that's the federal government's own by. They did a study, hundred and fifty thousand people could die because of lockdown, you know your television station Channel Three and one of their staff attorneys was among a group that pretty much pressured the state to release the number of deaths in nursing homes. And the congregate living setting at that time is about a month maybe six weeks ago south. I can't. Correctly, but about seventy percent of the deaths in any death of covid nineteen, it's tragic. at that time at least seventy percent of the deaths were in nursing homes, and then you add on the death light were in the prisons, and the last number I saw was around eighty percent. Yes, now Dr Amy Act and she did not want to release those numbers and I love to ask her. Why and why didn't somebody there at maybe somebody did? And I missed it, but I saw some of these press conferences can't say I watched every minute of every one because you get sick of hearing the same thing over and. And over get regardless of the topic, but after a while, they just kept repeating themselves, but why wasn't somebody asking that question? Well, it took I believe your channel three stat one channel Channel Four attorneys, and also because we tried to get to the answers over there and loved ones of people in the congregate living setting in the nursing home, setting up, they pressured the state to release those numbers. They ultimately did and then it. We're like okay. It didn't fit their narrative for shutting the state down. That's why they didn't really. Put all the numbers out there with everything. Let people make their own decisions and those numbers became public. I made my decision. I said look They should not have shot the state down and again. People that lost loved ones in nursing homes that that's a tragedy shirt for them to shut down the stadium. Else's they did. There's a tragedy to for somebody with mental illness. WHO's also suicidal? They have this. Put them over the edge, and then they commit suicide. The secretaries gone up as well. Yeah, the secondary effects and we have drawn attention to that on the trip. Show the past two and a half months all right. We've got to go to traffic normal minute or two later Olivia I apologize, but our things looking at. and. My trigger Sano show on Newsradio T.. Am Eleven hundred travelocity and for trip today with until seven o'clock I'll be back in for trip this Friday, as well. Pre Two seven won't be doing my typical force shift on Friday night. Rush, one of the best. I would say the best Canadian band. NICKELBACK fans, but Russia's along nickelback. 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Actually I didn't like them at all, but as I got older, maybe thirty five on yeah I gained an appreciation for the door is always the same way I started appreciating them. In my twenty S I will say it's Jim Morrison's voice. okay, not the greatest sounding voice of all time. We're the greatest singer, but his lyrics were fairly interesting, but even more so Raymond's Eric. who was the brains behind that? You know who played key fantastic at it. That is what made their sound what their sound was made them so interesting because nothing has ever sounded like the doors and a pure music sound of it. Remnants are not a lot of people. Give Him just to D- And he was the doors. His group Jim Morrison was the singer. But without Ray Eric, you never hear of Jim Morrison. Raymond's Eric was a tremendous talent. Unfortunately what he died about ten years ago. Now guys have been that long I. WanNa say it's been like seven or eight, but vitamin that. Got Arrested sold all right. We got to tell the people the phone lines. Let's try to get to some of them up next. WE HAVE PETE FROM CLEVELAND. High P you're on newsradio eleven hundred. How you doing good. Yeah My problem is with colleges I. Think they ought to get rid of them all. They say millions and millions and billions and trillions of dollars and Go back to the apprentice System because it works better, and you'd have better professionals completely I think they'd all be much smarter much better with the technology today you don't need colleges saw. Somebody doesn't know what they want to do. By the time they get Outta high school and they're gonNA. Have a problem anyhow, but that's my whole thing is rid of colleges because they're nothing but breeding grounds for you know. and. And they really don't teach you. what you need to know about the profession you want to get into Barbie. Thanks for the call I appreciate the opinion I will say I definitely. Don't agree with getting rid of colleges now best four years of education in my life in different ways, yes, in the classroom, but also socially to think and I. Still You really not taught to think you're just taught. Here's facts memorizing here. They go at John, Carroll I mean you learn really how to thinking. Be Critical that being said I do what he said about apprenticeships. Those can be very beneficial for somebody that let's say you. WANNA BE A. A plumber or an electrician? Do you need to go to college? No, you don't. An apprenticeship would be perfect for you. Do your four years year apprenticeship? You become a journeyman and you're making top dollar. There are like he said got to get rid of all colleges. Aren't I've got to college age daughters? Okay, if my daughters weren't in college I, don't think they could be intellectual or a boilermaker or a carpenter or a pipe fitter. What kind of radical thinking to your daughters have? What do you mean? I isn't your one daughter and especially like a Biden Fain. Actually she's a Bernie Sanders Sanders. Bernie Sanders yes, and I haven't addressed this with her. Day that Bernie Sanders announced that he was running for the presidency, she posted a picture of him and one word all capital capital letters. Yes, I saw it deflated me, but I've brought this young lady up to be a strong independent woman. It's not I'm. Going GonNa let her get a job. I'm going to let her start paying taxes and then by thirty five. She'll figure it out this. Here's my question to you should. You should ask your daughter this because I love the answer, so all these college kids that supportive. Bernie Sanders and he's skewed younger most of Bernie. Sanders supporters were under the age of thirty eighteen to twenty two. That's most of them, so they're not in the real world. They don't really understand how economics works Bernie. Sanders says Free College. Free this free. That sounds great, but they really don't understand how you got to pay for it. How can an old guy like him? Be The guy that's leading these college kids? It just doesn't make a whole lot of sense I can. I can understand a Bernie Sanders was thirty, five or forty, and being this Pied Piper of ignorant youth, but this guy is. He's had a lot of life experience. He's a multi multimillionaire this way. Why why are people like your daughters in her age group? Where's the appeal? Of Free stuff and not understanding the cost. Yes, and that's why I said let her graduate once. She graduated from College. You'll get a job. Will start to pay taxes and when she hits maybe thirty to thirty three, she's going to realize. What was I thinking? Okay? I don't want more taking out of my paycheck. She's not earning any money right now. That's why she loves the man. Feel is much to like some people that feel obamacare is great, and for some people it is for some people it is if you don't have to pay for it, it's great for you. For those people that are individual contractors, independent contractors, small business owners a lot more people now that have to pay for their own insurance, and you see what the costs are in his anything, but great for you. However, if you're working for a company that still pays your medical insurance and you didn't really see a bump, but all what you have to contribute. It's sounds good, but for the people that. That have to pay for it. It is not good. This doesn't have much to do with the cost but I had to. Two of my buddies had their own practices. Okay, their physicians and when Obamacare came along they stuck with their practice. One guy sold is practice after three years another one after five years I. Asked why they both said the paperwork that goes along with this is in saying. They went back to working at local hospitals, because of the headaches endured with all the paperwork with obamacare. I believe that, too. Because you know, I have some friends that are doctors as well. One of those really wanted to completely was trying to figure out a way to completely get off in just and I. Know Some of already done that, but they said look. I. Don't Accept Insurance, but here are my prices so whether you have. Or not, or whether you want to run it through whatever I'm not gonNA, take your insurance, but here's what it costs for a physical because at the end of the day. Here's about what you pay. If it's an average, whatever seventy five bucks you WANNA come in for a cold I got I got to take a look at you. Okay, took me fifteen minutes. I'm going to charge you fifty bucks. You know something like that so I. I know there's people wanted to do that just to get out of the system and that's the problem with overregulation. The more you regulate anything, the more paperwork involved. The more you have to get a legal team involved and costs go up time. Consummation goes up. This is all you're doing now, so you've got to be careful I understand some regulation is needed. You can't have people selling food. That's poisonous to you. This guy you gotta have. The FTC. You've got to have the FCC regulating us over here. You can't have chaos, but you also have to understand the more you regulate, the more you make it heart. It's harder to do something harder to start a business harder to maintain a business with the more paperwork in the more guidelines, quote unquote. You have to follow. You GotTa do within reason time for the news. Here's Guile Cornell Kyle. Take it away. Thank you. It's five O. Six former VP Joe Biden slamming president trump's response. 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I've got some numbers here. Sometimes people say to me you know look at these polls, and it looks like trump is really getting smoked in these polls. He was getting smoked in two thousand sixteen, and obviously he won. If you dig a little bit deeper into the polls, you can see that. Well these polls aren't exactly. Not all of them again, but the ones that I've researched here, not exactly fair with whom they pull. For example. In Pennsylvania the susquehanna pool. Has Biden at forty-six trump at forty five point lead. Okay, when you dig a little bit deeper. They pulled seven hundred fifteen pennsylvanians. They pulled out of the seven hundred and fifteen, three, hundred fifty three were Democrats. Two hundred ninety eight were Republicans. Fifty one independence eleven refused to say what they were, so you have a seven point difference. Of Democrats being pulled forty nine percent Democrats to forty two percent Republicans. So that's a plus seven. Democrats pulled yet. You have Biden plus five. So you can look at it that way and say well. It's kind of promising for well. Yeah, and that's and the excuse, generally, if there's more registered Democrats in the United States and in most states not all, but that's true. However, there's also people that are registered Democrats that then they stay register Democrats, but eventually started voting Republican because Republican age groups tend to skew older and if you look at the numbers. So Travel Gar poll, which is a Republican outfit polled in Wisconsin. Found trump forty six to forty five on, Biden. Now. I don't know which one was I forgotten about a week or so ago some Wisconsin poll that she'll biden up by eight or nine. This is interesting to New York. TIMES CNN POOL In the state of New York, which we all know that regardless of who the Democrat candidate is, they're going to win. You can put somebody up there with diminishing faculties. And they still win. Hands Joe Biden. Who is you know from all appearances has diminishing faculties so right now. The poll has biden a fifty seven to thirty two over trump in the state of New York. They pulled eight hundred and six people with a margin of error. They say three point nine rounded up to four percent. They pulled forty eight percent Democrats twenty two percent Republicans. That's the All New York Times. CNN poll. Democrats were pulled forty eight percent, three hundred eighty seven Republicans twenty two percent about one, hundred, seventy, seven and the rest of independence. The results make sense then they pull more independence. They did Republicans twenty six percent independence. Twenty two percent Republicans forty eight, percent Democrat. At the end of the day outlook. Think trip put number eight to one the night before the election in two thousand sixteen. Donald trump was an eight to one doc. Art and look what happened. I. Don't put any credence impulse. It's hard, even Donald on top I'm not gonNA put Gruden's. I used to I used to follow these for not just politics, but other things too because. I was under the impression that they were very well researched, and some still are. But when you see sampling like this and not all polls, you can easily find these things either. been able to go through and and find out what some poll numbers are. Let me give you one more. This was released back on June twenty sixth general election NPR PBS and Ameris College. Ball has as Biden ahead nationally fifty to forty four. They pulled thirty eight percent Democrats. Thirty one percent Republicans twenty nine percent independence, so you almost so there's a seven percent differential Democrat Republican, and you have eight point differential inviting over trump. So, what does it? What does this tell you too I? Think what we all knew were becoming more and more polarized in this country, and if you're a Democrat, you're probably voting for the Democrat nominee. No matter who it it's and Joe Biden is probably one of the worst candidates. That you put up there. And Donald Trump is not a favorite of a lot of people. But when you put Joe, Biden against him. I mean Donald Trump is not a favorite of a lot of people correct as as we not as we play out now, but some between now and November. People are going to see Joe Biden, and those diminishing faculties, which you stated if they let him out of the basement, which while he's on the basement. And it's all downhill from here for him. In my opinion, I think people so much. Doubt is going to creep into their heads that they it's going to be. We've got to vote for Donald Trump. We can't have this guy's the leader of the free world. The few independent true independence that are left are going to think that way, but if you're already a Republican and you're, you're locked in. You're voting for trump, no matter what. No matter how many times CNN tells you how awful he is, and if you are a Democrat and you think Donald, trump is the worst personal life, no matter how many Times Sean Hannity, you tells you. Trump is a wonderful president. You're not voting for him. You're voting for whomever. They put up on the Democrat side all right. Let's get to the ride home now. We'll talk more about this one six five seven eight eleven hundred. You can call. We have a couple of people on hold. I'll get to you, but I get a traffic with Olivia on keyword, community. Might Trivisonno show on newsradio WTA eleven. Hundred ALP allows for trim sets the. I've had a number of people over the years. Asked me hey, do you know what the name of this song is? The a topic. What What's the name of that song now that that's the name? Yes give rock. Robot twenty years ago. That's been in those. It's garbage next to me. Thanks for joining us here. Today Alpa Polaski with the until seven tonight sitting in for trip. I'll be sitting in for again. This Friday afternoon. We. Do have some people waiting on the full line, so let's get to them. They've been waiting for a while appreciated. We've been talking a number of different topics today. We're going back to nursing home deaths now as we go to Mike from Cleveland, I Mike Your. newsradio eleven hundred. Just a couple of things to you guys to. Consider. How many of those people have DNR's? Should. I would say a lot of them do. I I know that for example I know that my dad had when he passed away a while ago. My mom has one so I. I would guess that those are becoming more prevalent. And the and the second thing is I had a friend that was seventy three Houston hospital for forty days recall the nineteen. What she got factor where he needed to be closer to be, they shouldn't have to a nursing home the. Yeah. Well? In right in today's Day and age. That's the wrong thing to do. Is Cuomo clearly showed us in New York when he ordered everybody into a nursing over there? That was bad. And it's happening in Cleveland, and it's happening all over northeast Ohio. What's what's there? Okay? As far as the hospital is concerned, but you know there's a lot of things that you have to go through to learn how to free the game. Or a ventilator a lot of things. They sent him to nursing. and. We've seen and I would. Thanks for the call too I. Appreciate I, would not I mean? My mom thankfully has her health if she didn't. I would not be sending her to a nursing home right now. I'm not saying in the future I might not consider that, but personally I wouldn't do it for the very reason that we've seen most of the deaths in the state of Ohio with Covid nineteen happened in nursing homes. Most of them. About eighty percent was last number. I saw and speaking of that. We've got Dr John Davidson from university hospitals on the line with us now. Dr Davidson. Thanks for taking some time with us today. We Carbon An, we had a lot of callers talking about in nineteen, talking about the numbers talking about masks, so we figured we'd get an expert on so I up. Thanks for taking some time next up the question that we seem to get. That's got a hot opinion on both sides to wear a mask or not to wear a mask. Can you give us the pros and cons? The got a whole first of all. Thanks for having me on. No you gotta understand you got you gotta agree with the premise of a symptomatic spread, which has not always been straightforward as the WHO Kinda messed up a couple of weeks ago where they came out, and said well, there might not be so much as just a bad experience, and then they quickly redacted that a day later. I think it's convincing that there can be that there. There is symptomatic spread. Okay, so we have to start with that premise, so if you're GONNA agree that there's asymmetric read you have to realize that there's a large proportion of people out there that have it and they don't know they have it, and that's the issue, so then the question comes. How do we mitigate that spread so again? The young population? We're seeing more younger. Younger population test positive now that's not surprising Gordon. Young people are getting out summertime. We're GONNA see them develop cove nineteen. They're gonNA. Have it, but they're going to be almost completely. Symptomatic is they're gonNa have very mild symptoms. The problem is those people that go out in public potentially transmit it to a vulnerable person without knowing that the only thing we have in our military right. Right now that can hopefully mitigate that somewhat is a barrier between your mouth or nose in somebody else whether that your sleeve whether that your hand whether that's a mask whether it's a piece of cloth with abandon whatever it is, it can help. We know this. There's a scientifically proven. We don't know how how effective it is. We do know that it can decrease transmission though. So short of vaccine, if we want to go on with their lives, we WANNA GO WANNA. Start over the businesses which we are, you have to come up with creative ways, and how we can mitigate that now wearing masks, it stinks. It's a doctor I. Don't like wearing it all day. It's uncomfortable I think there's some. There's some asset are coming out now. That are copper made out of copper that are more comfortable. There's some that you can breathe a little easier and I. think that you have to use commonsense if you haven't on and you're having trouble, agree to take it off. Don't wear when you're in a park and there's no one else around you. Don't wear it while you're exercising. I think these are these are things that you have to kind of use common sense to, but you if you're if you're a crowded grocery store and there's a lot of people around. You have to be in there I. think it's prudent to wear a mask. Dr John Davidson from university hospitals joining us here. My next question for you and I appreciate that answer on the mass to I think that's well said. I. I've a friend who is in epidemiology who are in viruses. They said that that really the only way we're ultimately going to beat. This is the same way we defeat all viruses, and that's through the herd immunity, and that by being socially distant or by by the lockdown, keeping everybody away from everybody else. We're setting ourselves up for quite a flu season coming up this winter, too, because we're not giving our bodies a chance to develop that immunity. What your opinion on that line of thinking. Well I think there's some truth to that you know, but you gotta understand. Develop her unity. Some people tell you that that's going to take you know seventy percent of the population to get it or be exposed to it. and you know seventy percent of three, hundred, thirty million. What you can do the math. A lot of people. Now we might be close to already. We don't know we're starting to get our testing capabilities better. antibiotic tessies key really to see who's been really exposed. We're starting to see that a little bit now. Being rolled healthy antibody teissier really incluence. WHO's been exposed? Who's had it and then we can kind of go from there, but you're right I mean the the Spanish flu back in nineteen seventy thanks, we developed herd immunity, two three years, whatever it took, and it was wiped off the face of the earth. How many people died though? I think twenty million people twenty five million people. it's it's all what we're GONNA WANNA you know or be willing to accept. or the other possibility is this is a corona virus, and the only not the only evidence that we have compared to this. SARS and murders, which occurred about ten years ago and it was just kind of went away. Possibility to think of devolve continue to mutate less and less straight. We're seeing more and more test positive, but we still don't have the data showing how deadly. That's the Taliban seems to be going down. So that the good side so let's keep up the optimism and that's one of the things I want to ask you about. The mortality rate is actually dropping although doc the cases are going up it. We see what's happening in Texas. We see what's happening in Arizona. We see what's happening in Florida. Your capacity right now at your hospital. Where does it stand I? Mean how are we working? We're okay, right? So we've been we've been good. We've been okay. We still are okay. I can tell you. We've seen a slight uptick over the last week or so, but we're still fine and we're. We're very fine at university hospitals. I could tell you that with certainty the problem. is you see in Texas you in Houston see? In Palm Beach County in Florida? For example. You've seen Arizona you starting to see the ICEES flow to eighty ninety percent capacity. That's what you worry about. Worry about hospital systems getting overrun. That's what you really gotta worry about. Don't take your you know. Don't put your eye. Eye on the everybody wants to concentrate on. How many are expected? You know this number's going up. This number's going. You GotTa really pay attention hospitalizations and death weights, and unfortunately the problem with that line of thinking though is that those numbers tend to lag two three weeks beyond after when you start to see the positive effect, positive results, so my hope is that we're just seeing more and more test positive, but we're also starting to see fatality numbers drop hopefully make patients that require hospitalization. Go down as well as kind of hopeful like that's the hope until we get that much needed. Dr John Davidson from you age joining us. We appreciate your time. I've got one more question for you before it gets a news and appreciate your forthrightness. I think you're giving some great answers here and being as fair as possible, so here's another tough one. When I look at it from the Department of Health and Human Services with the federal government about a month, or so ago released a study, and it said that perhaps up to one hundred and fifty thousand people can die because of the lockdowns that has nothing to do with the virus for other things for depression, people that are mentally ill is exacerbates that people with addictions they. They can't necessarily get the help they need. If you you know everybody I think has no one people that are alcoholics, their answer to a lot of these situations when they're unemployed or they're depressed, is to go to the bottle even more, and it's hard to to stop that temptation. Other people just can't pay the bills and they get depressed and that leads to other things. Have you seen in the medical profession? I mean some of the obviously. The numbers are up I've seen the numbers. Those are up, but trying to way both of those so obviously you don't want people. You don't want to spread like wildfire among the people that are most at risk obviously. But you also don't want these other bad things to happen when you lock down an entire economy, and this might not be a fair question, so if you can't answer, totally understand, but how do you thread the needle from? To me when I look at locking everything down. That's got too many negative consequences, but I also don't think it's smart to you know for example to have a nursing home half a million visitors from the outside to bring in a virus because we've seen in a nursing home for example, that's where we've seen the most death. So how'd you thread that needle? That's the million dollar question. I could tell you though I can. I can say we're certainly all these numbers rise dramatically Florida. What are they at nine thousand cases day whatever it is Texas? Zona I i. find it very hard to believe that we're GONNA. Go back into any stay at home orders. certainly here I. Don't think it's possible I. You know anything's possible politically anywhere I. Think as a society. We've already moved beyond that I. Think we need to move yard? I totally agree with you that you can't keep. People walked up prolonged period of time. You'RE GONNA. Have all these devastating effects. We gotTA figure out a way to mitigate both find about walk that tightrope get in between. We need to figure out a way to move on with life and keep our vulnerable safes, and that's the. The million dollar question. How do you do that before we get the back? See and I think one of the ways to do that as uncomfortable as much as we don't like to do. It is wear a mask your around, certainly around the vulnerable and certainly crowded indoor public places I can tell you if you're outside. You're socially distant from somebody I. do a lot of us. Baseball McCain's your youth baseball. We can separate I'm not wearing a mask if you're in a crowded grocery store whereabouts. Dr John Davidson. Thanks so much for your time today. I'm probably going to have you on my show again. That's Okay Matt. I'm totally there. was some good info they're able to you know there's a doctor who is able to tell you the benefits. The pros cons into way everything, and whether you agree or not. He gave he gave some great answers now and you know he said Hey. If you're going to be in that grocery store where that mask, but he manages his kids, baseball teams, and they're so I gotTA game tonight. They playing for a while. Thank goodness do because that was the other thing that I couldn't. I couldn't stand I. Thought was very unfair. When you don't have any deaths under the age of twenty, I understand you can carry as a symptomatic, but you're gonNA deny these kids school. You're going to die these kids. Baseball and I don't want to deny the news any longer because already later. Fill them for trip. I don't WanNa. Get behind while we're. We're high. That's fine. Kyle I apologize. I took like three minutes of Utah. I can totally forgive your thoughts. Good afternoon, everyone, it's five thirty, eight former VP Joe Biden, is slamming president trump's response to the ongoing no-bid Nineteen outbreak speaking. In Delaware, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said quote, Donald. Trump has failed us by argued that the economy can be restored until the outbreak is under control. He's also arguing for universal face coverings for the entire country. The Nation Stop expert on infectious diseases says if states don't contain the spread of the. The Corona virus, he won't be surprised to see as many as one hundred thousand new cases a day. Dr Anthony Fauci said it could get very bad nations currently adding forty thousand new cases a day. Tax Dollars are able to to private religious schools. The Supreme Court handed down that ruling today in a five to four decision and Cleveland City councilman wants to drop a known slave owners name from school in his ward. 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And of course he get traffic and weather together mornings, and afternoons or Montgomery and Dot Com. The MITROVA Sano show on Newsradio W. Lebanon. Kiss. Interesting, well hold about. Returning. That is the name of the song that's wasn't. Shootings Sumit's talking about Lollipop Lollipop, absolutely. Ice Cream cone that set coverage next to allows afterwards. You would never hear this when Travis here. Okay so you're saying I'm a little bit more lax. No trips Frankie Valli Guy Seasons Guy Right. Good music, not e would not here kiss. If trip was behind, that might be I could see him. Kiss. Phil has been on the line for a long time from Perry, so we're GONNA. Get to fill right now. I feel your newsradio eleven hundred. Hi. Thanks for getting my call I wish I could have got in there before the doctor did have I have a couple of issues one. He was right as far as you're dead on. The number we WANNA. Know the number of deaths. Sporting number the rest of the way I mean if you've listened to me at all these last few months. I've said the same exact thing. Deaths is the key number when it comes to this because. Sit quite simply put. We're always going to have. Viruses were always going to have novel viruses as we move on in life. The flu is always going to be with us. In some form, people are going to get it. Most people are going to recover. Some people unfortunately are. That's the ultimate number so I. Think we're all in agreement there that that is the number to look at. It is also a number that is hard to spin. Here's the one. Yeah, and that's exactly right. Here's one other issue. If you've taken a look at the Ohio map on the Corona Virus County by county. Have you noticed the big disparities between the various counties in other words, Lake counties got about little less than four hundred cases seventeen deaths as she counties got about four hundred cases. They got forty eight deaths. Giaga counties got I think thirty four deaths. Why is there such a big differential? County to county when there's roughly the same amount of cases. A lot of it, Phil. Though is obviously if you live in a city and you're taking public transportation and being another close quarters, it's easier to spread any disease so whether it's New, York, city, whether it's Cleveland I mean just naturally any viruses going to spread easier in those situations antivirus covid nineteen, because it's novel, and the immunity initially wasn't there. I think we're starting to see some of that immunity. Now develop as we. We see more cases and less deaths, so that means it's not as severe, but that still means it's out there I'm trying trying to be fair. I understand what you're saying but unwell trying to look at. What am I trying to say what I'm trying to say is if you have just pulling number if you have a thousand cases and you have one hundred deaths, okay? Why wouldn't you have thousand cases in another county? And have a number of very close to one hundred. Why would you have twenty five? Or why would you have two hundred and fifty? Well it depends depends who is infected as well. Because if you're immuno-compromised, that's when you're a danger of dying from this. If your immune system is in fairly good shape, or you don't have an underlying condition, or you're not extremely elderly, or you're not in a nursing home, or you're constantly exposed to once it is there and you can't get outside. You're going to be a much higher risk as well. Where if you're the doctor said if you're outside and again, this is true of. The Corona virus in some ways is different, but in many ways it has, it acts like a virus x where it struggles outside has struggles in heated struggles in humidity. Inside where you're in close quarters, it's easier to to transmit. Well and maybe they should provide us with the details of why these folks are immuno-compromised, and how many of them represent. What other white power we should I agree with? You understand what they were looking at Phil, I agree with you on a percent. Thanks for the call on that. On that point. Especially, the American public should be made aware of all the numbers, not just a few notches, some that fit a certain persons, narrative or a certain agenda on either side of the. The aisle or whatever or there's an aisle that's GonNa, be a snake island have fifteen or sixteen offshoots to it, and we talked about like the the nerves of a lot of the deaths is going to be because where those nursing homes are located sure, but a lot of people to if you and this this is true, and this is the number. We can't get one never gonNA get no, how hard you try when people died with Cova nineteen for the past few months. If they died with it that counted as a covid nineteen deaths in most situations, so you could have died from it correct. You could have dealt with it right for you had diabetes. You had a heart problem and you've got this and died well. This is no different than if you would have gotten the flu, you probably would have died, too, but they wouldn't make that. Flu. Death would make it a diabetes heart that correct yeah I mean, and that's alternately the issue. And Phil brought up a good point. Let everybody know what the numbers are for everything. Let him know all the numbers. The the the deeper I dig into it and you can find a lot of these on the government's own websites, different states, the federal government to. The what you can find as for example, the the median death rate in the state of Ohio is now age eighty, the median case rate median age forty six. So you have. A lot of younger people getting it. They get over it. Some people have it worse than others. You have a lot of older people. Get it some of those recover, but then some don't and the majority of the die have immuno compromised systems, and that's been said for months, and that hasn't changed. The numbers have not changed on that one all right. I've got to go to traffic correct with the Livia. Look at that, I'm getting close to being on time. Guys impressed Oh. You're definitely on time. It's five fifty. Did this living for? Six Point Nine FM sunny skies mid eighties. Today we'll see mid sixty s tonight then more sunshine mid eighties again on Wednesday. Gardell Pulaski with the until seven o'clock tonight in for trips at this year. Carbon is here. Kyle zone the News Mata screen. The calls and Olivia is traffic. Let's get back to the phone lines. Anthony from Cleveland. You're up next. Hi Anthony. You're on newsradio eleven hundred. There's my old friend Anthony. Thanks for checking in. Not only as doc today mid, some brilliant physician. The guy has so much depth and so much wit. And and such a commonsense guy, okay, you know and this guy whenever he calls and he has been you guys show of time. Correct! He's such a practical guy and again you just a common sense guy, the guy tell you the right thing and and I mean it. What he says makes a lot of sense. You know, and I kinda I'm not gonNA paraphrase. But. When you got when you were talking about the mass? Basically, tell you telling. You said okay well of course. Where the match that you don't have to wear it, and and and and when you're by yourself, or you have to park, and you know you wear it when you're going to the store and you know to go shopping and again that makes a lot of sense, the thing with s Al, and this is what we've done, and and it's unfortunate. We politicize everything with this disease when we've, we've been able to inject partisan politics, enter and believe it or not. That's one of the reasons. This thing is killing like like the way the way. It's Gilead, I mean. Let's put us through so much suffering and so much destruction, and and and it is. Gosh, it's so unfortunate I and again because we. Will look at it through partisan political lend. Anthony I appreciate the call. I've got moved, but. That's true of anything when you when it gets too politicized. Even brought this up on my show on Friday night the other the on last. Friday, but the Friday before has this become purely political to where if you're a Republican, you see things just this way, and if you're a Democrat, you see things just this way. You know what I'll tell you on November fourth. You? Don't a lot of people have said to. Come. November fourth Kobe nineteen suddenly won't be on the front. Pages, anymore Donald Trump Junior. was, the first Senate. And there's there's been a lot of people that have said that now. We're going to find out if that's true. And depending on who wins because a lot of people feel trump's GONNA win. A lot of people feel Biden's going to win at the end of the day. We won't know until November ultimately going to win this election. But when that happens, I will be curious to see how the news coverage changes, especially the national news, the networks the cable networks. Because we've had for three and a half years, I don't think that anybody can deny everything possible. Done by these networks to try and make trump paint him in the worst light. Some of it is true. A Lot, it is not true. That's the problem. Just wants Don Lemon. Yeah. He'll give you both sides. I put myself through that because I'm what I'm failing myself. If I don't watch, all the networks gotta take a break Appalachian for trip eleven hundred cast two, three, five, zero, three, five zero. Earth! Sano show on Newsradio W.. T. Am eleven hundred Appalachian for trip until seven tonight, said spending the hits their carbons. Lenexa not screened the calls. And this is the best hair rock. 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Ten fifteen minutes to fall back asleep. A little bit of George Noory, then I wake up with wills. Right I turn on core ski about eight thirty and FALL ASLEEP AROUND TEN thirty call sleep. You might as well just kerosene ski. What is it like to ninety nine for a fifth? No, no, are you by eight dollars per liter eight dollars for a leader. Top Shelf. Is What it is. Sushi from the gas station I make a rule. They ever answers that anything that you can reach without having to go up. You don't drink mines on the bottom shelf. Right so you've got to send down to get back. Yeah, I should have been over to pick it up. Shocker that I do that, but I guess so. Would you go and buy your its core ski? Is that correct? Yeah, would you buy your core ski? Do you also walk out with EMINEM and Cheetos? Not Out of the liquor store. They don't have their although I. Don't you buy that stuff? The gas station Oh get an actual state stall. You have to okay. I didn't know exactly where I've been out of the game for twenty seven years on. State liquor proved okay well. I thought maybe you bought at the gas station I. But I do my cart at the grocery store liquor store that does contain eminem. I figured every day. Mean this guy wonders why his blood is like gravy. Lives on Cheetos, looking at Seth, I would never guessed that I would think that he's eating healthy all the time he's built like. Broccoli look WHO's talking. Twisted Steel Sex Appeal Brown you can make catching cliche talk. Humpty dumpty can you throw anymore cliches in the last five minutes? Encourage me. You're jumping. Attempt let's just. Stick by the way guys I'll be back here at Friday. Filled in for trip, we won't. Guy I'm going on vacation. I'd like to say we're GONNA. Miss You, but I'm not going to miss her on Friday. When I'm sure you won't. Then that's fine. That's a person you can give me cough like you just don't want to be I. Understand I've never well I've seen L. upset wants this life. This guy truly is an ace of a human being I appreciate that there was one particular day when he came in, and he was very frustrated at his cable provider. Off Year got on the topic of cutting the cord an old. My goodness did the horns grow. Yes, which was nice? The see I've never seen you upset until that day that we had a couple of shows on that to the point where this was during baseball season. When I when I pinch it, let's say so I go to progressive field for the next couple of weeks for the next month I had people coming up to shows you. How many people listen to the show? Yes, say maybe twice for trip. During that time we couple from shows on. On where the majority was. We've got a ton of calls on it, but which way to go with cutting the cable and did I do it or cutting the court and I did and I'm glad I did right now I'll never look back because I still get sports time, Ohio and Fox Sports Ohio and it is way cheaper and believe it or not. My Internet is way better faster by getting rid of the cable company could for you and I'm paying less than fifty percent. Yeah, you're probably saving one hundred five bucks a month at least right and. I am saving over one hundred dollars a month. Good for you. My last cable bill was two hundred and fifty six dollars. Just ridiculous and then they wonder why they're losing customer every cable. Get everything. And I. Don't get everything that I wanna get you know because you're on a grandfather plan. I heard that, too. You're out of grandfathered plan set, so if you WANNA get on one of our plants. By the way we're going to come off like seventeen channels, but if you want to get one of our players, we can reduce your bill by like ten fifteen bucks. Those the story I got for. Once I got off. I was like okay this. I'm not going to subscribe to cable anymore and I've I've got YouTube TV as I've Youtube TV. And netflix between the two you can, you can take care of most of your watching needs, but youtube. TV has unlimited. dvr keeps everything for nine months. What do you get the like as far channels go? You get all the. So you get all the main ones, so you get discovery. Id. You get the main discovery channel. You get TLC. Local you get all the locals. The only one you don't get his channel forty-three, you get diners, drive ins and dives, but you can put up a network food network. Get What about sports HDTV doesn't matter sports at best one episode you get everything, but basically the NFL network. You don't get that okay, but you get pretty much everything else. Including the one that's near and dear to my heart sports time Ohio, so we can watch the tribe report Indians lying. You know it's. It's well worth it in my. You will not get things like the military channel in a couple of others that I did like they had some interesting documentaries on it, but now you could just go to youtube and literally watch some old shows. They're posted. there. I gotTa have Netflix. So yeah, so if you have Netflix Youtube, TV and you have another provider for your Internet. You're spending about one hundred or so bucks a month. Good for you how you? You're very passionate about that. Well, it got to the I was a cable subscriber for a long time, and I was a supporter for a long time, but when it got to the point where they were almost. While they were just telling me things that just weren't true anymore. It's like all right. I'm Dan. Could I've done all right and I've got to get to traffic. Yes, consolidating, McDonalds. Mattress sano share on newsradio W taas eleven hundred palace key with you alongside Carbon Angelo also here of course, breath Matsu screening the calls Kyle Cornell on news. It is time now to welcome in a very special guest here. The trips show and we always enjoy talking to folks in the military and Lieutenant Colonel Douglas Fullerton who graduated from the United. States Military Academy in two thousand. One is here with us today to talk about several topics including recruiting wake. Colonel. How's it going today? Thanks for joining us. Good, thank you. Thank you so much for having me on the show. You got it, so I tell me a little bit about army national hiring days. What is that all about? Yeah so armee national hiring day it's really an all army effort to hire ten thousand people ten thousand individuals across the nation to join our team what that means and kind of Cleveland Northern Ohio area is about two hundred people two hundred people who were looking for to join the army right now. This event Army National Hiring Day it's a three day event and it today tomorrow, and the next day so thirty June through to July, and it's really in all army effort, everybody focus on a single recruiting event, and it's the first time we're doing. Doing this in the virtual space and that's obviously because of the circumstances in the environment that we find ourselves in, but army, leader and recruiters across the nation are gonNA encourage people to explore the army's many career paths and talk about all the benefits that are out there, and of course you can always find information about the army on Kgo army dot com Lieutenant Colonel Carmen challenging, how difficult has it been since? Say The middle of March with the Kobe Pandemic Ed your efforts to simply recruit find young men and women to join the United States army. Were excellent question. Is. A lot of businesses have been affected by Cova nineteen of the army has been as well and army recruiting has been affected as well. There was a period of time when we actually reduced in halted some of our shipping to train So in fact we were, we were reducing the amount of training that we were doing in terms of initial entry training, and we weren't shipping new folks off to training, but then like lots of businesses like America itself we. We are resilient and we have We have become flexible and adapted to the environment, and we are practicing safe measures as well, and our recruiters are out there practicing safe measures wearing the the masks doing the social distancing, but we've got our folks back in the station back out in the community safely, and we are absolutely available to talk about the army's to talk about opportunities, and we are always looking for volunteers and folks are out there and folks are interested. Tenant Colonel Douglas Fullerton the commander of the US army recruiting. Battalion in Cleveland joining us on the hotline here today on the trip show. So, you can recruit people. Are you know people can join the army at any time? Tell me a little bit more about the importance of the national hiring days. Why is this a special push rate here? Sure you're so honestly leads into What we're talking about covid nineteen We said we had to reduce our recruiting efforts. We had to reduce some of our training, but the army and the mission of the army defense of the nations land power for our military services. Our mission remains, and we take that very seriously. Our Oath to the constitution, our oath to the American people to protect absolutely everybody, and because of that we do still need folks. We still need folks to join the army We need those qualified volunteers to come forward and join our rain, and because of that we we and because of the reduction in some of our recruiting over the past few months boom. We gotta get back on it and we're looking for those ten thousand. Across, the country right now to get us back on track back on a recruiting mission, so that we can continue to support and defend the nation Lieutenant Colonel You talk about those qualified volunteers. What are the requirements or qualifications? You're seeking and up. To what age can you joined? The United States Army. So seventeen to thirty, four, seventeen to thirty four is generally the age range that we're looking for male and female. We take. We take absolutely everybody, and in fact right now. All jobs are open in terms of infantryman aviator pilot like myself. crew chief mechanic. All those different types of of jobs are open, and you learn incredible skills doing so in terms of other qualifications there are medical and physical qualifications as well and not. Everybody is going to be qualified. Not Everybody is, and that does make our job tough, but we are looking for people that are excited and volunteer, and we are looking for people that are like I said qualified some of those pieces. Pieces just to get into details a tiny bit The army is a rigorous and required some physical endurance for sure some some ability to run some ability to listen heavyweight, and we do have a physical fitness test kind of a short one that we do with applicants beforehand, and then of course in the army. We've got more rigorous one and then we aren't looking for high school graduates, or if you've got a ged that works as well and then we're also looking for folks. Maybe you've got a little bit of college under your belt. Maybe you've been in the workforce for a little bit while but the army offers incredible career opportunities and check us out. Lieutenant Colonel How about college graduates obviously someone that's put in four years. Who might be a little bit more seasoned, a little bit more mature. Certainly, those are folks that you want to reach out to as well correct. Sure, I'm glad you brought that up. Because like myself, I do have a a four year degrees, and frankly like a lot of our votes in uniform I've I've got a bachelor's degree. A with a bachelor's degree, you also have the option to potentially join our officer core, and that is through OCS officer, candidate, school and that can be an option as well so yes, seniors as in high school graduates, also looking for for graduates and people that might be in the workforce, and then college graduates as well. There are opportunities available for all those different folks how `Bout Lieutenant, Colonel? Folks who are bilingual, certainly a need for folks like that to join the United States army. Absolutely absolutely we used to have some some specific named programs kind of focused on some different regions of the world of Middle East. Specifically in some other areas Some of those programs don't exist in the same capacity anymore, but we are always looking for people that have bilingual skills whether we're talking Spanish or we're talking Farsi. We're talking past due for people that may have spent time or lived in Afghanistan absolutely. Language skills is definitely something that we're looking for. Lieutenant colonel about a seventeen year old or eighteen year old young man or woman What type of educational money can they get? Say later on if they do join the united. States, army. Sure sure so in terms of if you're talking about somebody, right out of high school the the types of opportunities. There are the Montgomery Gi bill or now called the Post Nine Eleven Gi Bill, and that helps pay for college directly pace to a an institute of higher learning where you can get a bachelor's degree, even even potentially work towards a masters degree later later on, we also have a program while you're serving, which is tuition assistance, and that can defray and completely cover the cost of courses while you're still in the army. That's something that I've actually used in pursuit of a master's degree, and I know a lot of my peers. Peers have used as well and we were talking about the amount of money. We we offer up to sixty five thousand dollars for student loan repayments. Not now that's somebody that that has done a little bit schooling and now wants to get into an army career, but there are. There's a lot of money available and a lot of different way. These teams get after education because we recognize in the army, educating our force and focusing on continuing to educate is really mutually beneficial for everybody involved. Lieutenant. Colonel Douglas Fullerton joining. US Lieutenant Colonel. My question too is so when folks get out of high school. Maybe they didn't have the best grades, or maybe they can't afford college. But they have a specific field. They WANNA. Get into. You can still join the army and get into for example communications correct. Absolutely absolutely in communications is definitely abroad abroad skillset within the army and I won't go into all the difference. The details we call them signals and back in the day that was flag waving them up and down, but now we're talking to computers. We're talking radios and we're talking to different types of electronic equipment to do. Communications is a huge field of course people recommend both in the military, and on the civilian side as well and on the civilian side within the the army, we offer a lot of certifications and qualifications beckon transfer over to civilian sector job as well lieutenant colonel. You're graduated from West Point in two thousand one. How gratifying has your career been? It's been amazing. Nineteen years of service total and served in all kinds of different places career up in Alaska. Where I met my my wonderful wife down in Texas, and in Alabama to Iraq and Afghanistan, a couple of times Kuwait as well the most amazing part has always been, and will always remain the amazing folks, that I had the honor to serve alongside being in the company of Heroes is a book and also absolutely. Absolutely true of my experience in the army, the the men and women that make up our army, the America's Army are a really truly special and amazing people. They're selfless they they are honorable. They are a filled with the desire passion to serve others and to help other, and I see that every day, and I see that every day still here in recruiting lieutenant, Colonel Somebody wants to join the army best place to go to that. Yet. GO ARMY DOT COM goarmy dot com, and you can do go dot com slash hiring day but also if you go one of our army, recruiting stations, army, recruiting station boom, bullet, the one nearest you and you can call that phone number. You can absolutely talk to a qualified recruiter who come from lots of diverse background and learn more about the army. All right Lieutenant Colonel Douglas Fullerton joining us here. Thanks for joining us today. Thanks for your service and. We wish you the best. Is You have your army national hiring? Day's coming up here. Excellent, thank you so much. Thanks colonel. Thanks a lot there is lieutenant. Colonel Douglas Fullerton. He's the commander of the US. Army recruiting battalion in Cleveland. 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APG 394  Trumpet Players Make Better Pilots

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APG 394 Trumpet Players Make Better Pilots

"View from our side of the door the airline pilot episode three ninety four agenda which i like to call acme airlines and i'm joined by some awesome hosts and start with this one not okay and thanks to all of you in the UK or on the UK that just finished their live record is powered on i'm radio roger and flight pre-ninety-four is ready for pushback thank you read your roger stern emmy award winning tv from her luxury hacienda on the bay of biscay in spain's mountainous basque country doctor skydiver marathon runner strength training junkie in the english countryside professional photographer former RAF our f- fighter pilot former captain for an international airline based in london and currently for so glad that you could make it take a little time out of your little whatever you're doing over there until you're gonna tell us and also joining us from his studio okay i guess he didn't take offence at all to that now he's probably playing with my big ass well that sounds like a personal issue dr connecticut taking several lives new information on last year's fatal mid air refueling more news your feedback and in today's one heck of a great guy thank you jeff i was just thinking sounds like my best is behind that great fan of the big ass fan company so yes the fan company s remember family show ladies and gentlemen family show thank you matt smith from the each pain in the neck for his amazing wife julie did you hear me say that last week no i don't think you did because you didn't really have any response to that and i'm thinking i'm thinking wow i will cover the latest and aviation news and answered your feedback i am captain jeff in my first year of flying for major legacy airline based in atlanta thing and it was great really enjoyed that that was carlos and matt and armando and a special guest host myla and so for those of you who just finish watching that welcome to the airline pilot geisha we'll do our best i know we're no match for that crew but we're going to do our best to give you a good show here today a- and today's episode a penny world war two plane crashes i'd be a connoisseur and commercial multi engine instrument rated pilot doctor stuff like that various definitely molin half empty might have to remedy that at some point but before you do let's first talk to dr staff official that was the best couple that he could come up with her doing well i still have what i wrote last week and i'm not sure you actually heard what i said i said one one a. at eight p g headquarters in roswell georgia today show is reported on the fourth of october twenty nine and figure out a lot of people that are watching the video right now are saying that does not look like your normal home studio steph not my normal studio is and we have to yes we have to try live quietly at fifty percent well good isn't fifty percent good that's good to me couple of thousand miles away fan currently in san sebastian spain and treat and i'm just here for vacation radio reporter from the app the number one all-news station in the nation ten ten wins new york city welcome to the airline pilot guy show it's an aviation podcast and we are just going to spend the next eight days or so kind of exploring the area and having good food and wine and decent weather excellent other than that i've actually here with a group of folks that i know from charlotte area i dragged my dad along so he appeared and up twenty miles i was expecting it to be hopefully cooler than than charlotte which was temperature wise but the humidity was through the roof monday night tuesday all day and then left wednesday morning and i was expecting it to be nice and cool because it's been hot as you know stuff you're in the southeast plain tales upward or to get all settled in trae cables and seek facts the locked physicians electronic device not this weekend coming up with the next week in chicago marathon so i'm just here to the rechargeable excellent i was in chicago on yeah what's nice from the video of it actually ruin it really on forgets that a little bit just a little bit what would it be with you dealing and looking great stay with a little bit all day but apparently what happens on occasion or regularly i should say and little bit of rest relaxation and then next ran the morning after a wedding i was not super hydrated let's just say and i managed to find a hilly part of the suburbs so it was not a fun last long run at hoping it's going to be much cooler next weekend we shall be fingers crossed i think it's going to be actually uh-huh glass half full good to me i didn't say great show anyway got here on they get here yesterday left wednesday night got here yesterday about mid afternoon the time you know a couple of connections and layover times in JFK and also in madrid flew the but yeah i think i think it's cooled off a lot actually i think much glue there today excellent well you know i didn't really intend to go right on into our getting to know you and wine and beer basically and you've heard of lisburn oakland before he came all the way right but i did because it's just a habit pattern and i wasn't really thinking that sort is going to stick with it anything else new staff before we go on i should mention it was not cool at all i was there three weeks ago to begin no lost track of all days but i went i did my last long run while i was there yeah excellent and then now this totally awesome i can't get house okay it'll it'll come back so did you meet up with added to stop by charlotte for about not quite two days way to training facilities and medium sized like some portuguese wine ooh that looks like the portuguese wine that he got for me and if it is it's very the sunday our friend pilots pit he had his recurrent trading she goes in the united states and he i'm listen to hang out for the evening and join pizzas tour so that was awesome so thank you again nelson for coming all this way actually with anybody else in the community this past week since the lascaux for rainy days all blur together him for the gift that you brought over to grab it i've not taken out of the letter he the packaging it but this is exciting i wish they actually did a show here so what's up to last weekend we did our show if okay left airport area and so he was over at my house for awhile armando who lives a mondo from PT UK who lives in the areas going on to other locations after here for the weekend so hopefully he he travels were safe and he is there now and i did want to say thank you for and then got here had a little bit of time to kind of wander around for a few minutes and then we were planning on doing a tour which is back toughest oh came down and it was time out on the lake paddle boarding had really great meal i think raimondo and pippa clang on monday unfortunately i had to work you know basically on opposite sides of the city and then but wait there's more more monday night thursday night the three fifty on the ABC i should say with iberia up in their business class was very nice so had water wreck on way over and pretty good neil as well complete on a overnight redeye flight but it was you know from seat for a it was very quiet the wing and engine were way back there what have you been up to since our last show well my little sections going to be very quick jeff chris is the answer that finish the lecture was it a one no nine hundred okay very smooth try to deal with the the tree started mine explain town which i just finished yesterday preparing the lecture for boscombe down which the royal aeronautical society there on tuesday so that luckily is a lecture done before so not much involved other than making short the atmospheric conditions over the much l. but it was very comfortable get very good so captain nick scouts and the scouts the scouting movement in america they have an annual jamboree when they ever get on the airway yeah it was so my experience was great it was very quiet if anything it was one of those places where i want to wish to a little bit longer because you're trying to get delicious yup it looks wonderful my thanks can begin far too tight answer conversation with him last night and in it runs okay and that's it really i've got jamboree on the m. meeting tomorrow the cubs well i'm just taking the within my contract at your available vacation day thurgau making the most of it can't get with those days go to waste and then we're having a nice end of the season prizegiving at the bowling club going out to a place where we tend to gather in the middle of the but ended up with over i know i know we're we're going to have to advance we're working hard work if i wasn't in between a couple of other trips left on monday got there monday evening and then i was there all day tuesday and then left early morning wednesday and during that time several people from the committee ticketing boo all right let's see i mentioned just a little bit ago that i was on a trip in chicago on a layover in chicago the contacted me because they looked at our AB community calendar which you can find by going to airline pilots dot com slash calendar and don't forget the good to hear it view getting that three fifty apart from the passenger experience how did the jet look and and it was nice and quiet he's a triplet what's full quadruplet quadruplet EMS when i would have assumed that i wasn't up she show this with the amateur radios or hams and all the scouts around the world try and chat to each other so helping out with that providing some radio equipment and some expertise and if i had a little more advanced notice i probably would have been able to get time off on that day but that wasn't going to happen on this week you've been title jeff within town so aglow excellent traveling it's been a it's been a packed week tuesday midday and i had my handy dandy recorder with me and i made this recording so let's take a listen entail and i realized that i'm not gonna be able to do this subject which i'm covering in three it's going to have to be full and i was trying to count left at the end i did a little bit of fine one day yeah i down at at carolina instead the town and drink can handle all the trophies and that's it really i'm already well into the next that's one i haven't flown there are a lot of my back yeah okay wow a lot of stuff going on with dr staff i saw that i was going to be in chicago for a period of time and they said hey what do you think maybe meet up and i thought yeah let's do a meet up so we met on doing another meet up here in chicago at miller's pub on wabash and adams in the what would you call this area of chicago the south loop or something like that yeah whatever that means and so here we are several people have gotten together here today a on tuesday the first of october and what i'm gonna do is i'm going to hand the microphone to each participant in the what is the name here from chicago born and raised i do work for a major airline not really based in chicago but we have pretty large bass here in chicago ben with them go but for some reason i actually flown a lot for somebody who doesn't like it in so i recently decided i guess about and i am sort of new in the aviation world i don't even know where to start really so i have always been sort of timid about flying thirty years now and just enjoy working with them travel in the world is a non rip traveler would in one of my hobbies assigned from working at the airline apps are going away so you need to make sure that you get that that website our website airline guy dot com kind of what would kink really drink over there that's that's the bowls prize i'm sorry gone more than you've been there i think recently right okay sorry maybe that's well you're so valuable employees i'm sure they like the ride so i came across the AP podcast and i started listening to guys and everything that you've been saying and then as i was listening listening in ABC meet up show and they're gonna tell you their name and a little bit about themselves so we're going to start with jeff over here to my left jeff true put it you know you kinda you kinda glossed over something there that maybe i just didn't quite understand you you said you were doing the thing with the scouts and then you're going to be doing a lot of drink jumping out of airplanes i had chances in the right pete of the twin otter for a couple of lows was very cool had not one that everything for nice right okay i'm glad you i'm glad i straighten that out with me okay so that's it for me and everything ticket thank you army national guard after that my other career has been as a police officer and i've done some aviation in that but mostly on the road i can't think of a whole lot else to say here but kylie's story is really neat and she's really how much they love flying and they're good experiences and so decided to give it another shot and after that i've been hooked ever since so i now have just a few hours learn how to do that that eh who depend to the top of the twitter page yeah yeah put it on so they looked at the calendar under my belt but i'm excited to learn more about it and i'm excited to be part of the community gerry cooney han- i've been a neighbor so i decided to sign up for a lesson and so i went through that and that was even just telling jeff is aviation spotting so i can contribute that so just enjoy listening to the podcast and everything that you guys have to offer that's it it will hand off to hi m. kylie barry it seems very simple is probably half ago that i was just gonna get over this and learn everything i possibly could about aviation and flying and what it's like meet up anytime i have the opportunity to get together with jeff dana or any other members of the AP g. crew i jump at the opportunity i'm joining the crew from texas is been a military helicopter pilot for many years flying both active duty in vietnam and then with the what would we call that application nypd by doing the procedure to put apple pie i liked that apathy you know i should probably put some directions credible person and i'll pass it on to the next one year hello a PG crew so glad to be joining everyone for another so i guess i get the award for long distance traveled for this meet up i happen to be in town for for business and saw that jeff was in town on an overnight listening months go by and i'm thinking man kind of actually really cool you know and i kept listening kept listening and then finally i said i got this i gotta do this and yes i got finished with it lessens like i'm never doing that again that was awful however kept listening to everybody APD community talk about just AG listener for many years met jeff several times and it's always been a good experience my my background in aviation ah at ajax ajax shot up to scott in the tower you're awesome all right yeah so we're having a great time here and great to see pip always good to have our mindue and his lovely bride a naked and come down for a while as well we should probably hang out more often we live so reached out to him and so glad that he was gracious enough to let me join him my background in aviation i'm general aviation pilot and i was also a fly and actually getting goosebumps saw okay anyway had a great time senate for a delta connection carrier so wonderful conversations going around the table and loving all of the stories and once again to me and said are you going to have a meet up and said as a matter of fact we are and please do come if he can and you know that was when she had the great does the rest of it really does that's the end of that yeah as long as long as he doesn't talk when we do a recording you know what it doesn't even have to involve the crew if you're out there and you listen to the AP g. and you're an aviation geek and you wanna get together with people do it because south loop adams so yeah yeah it is we don't i when they when jeff i think is the one that suggested the the place the millers pub in miller's pub and restaurant and i was thinking in my head popped up crucial we take all the boys dull the scouts to the pub and we were going to do with drinking has it's a lotta fun so with that let's send it back to jeff in the studio well thank you jeff sounds like you guys had a great time and yes david ogden i'm not going to invite him anymore i'm not going to allow him to be part of any more podcast because his voice is just so awesome in the mid afternoon on a tuesday and yeah lots of great conversation here and if he ever have a chance to meet up with any of the AP or checkout scott who's got one of the guys that's in the tower with me there in america other great meet up and jeff would be remiss if i didn't do a shout out to one of the guys fellow friend and colleague that works with me scott so scott did wanna be here so i just wanna give a shout out to scott back so if you're wanting to join that group hill l. will tell us about that at the end of the show and what else how else oh follow us on the take part in one of these meet ups you need to do a few things at the very least look at the calendar every now and then again it's on our website and it's also on slack social needs the social needs were again going to talk about how you can do that at the end of the show so that's all i had i'm going to be leaving this button right here how much the next event i must have been like there was a lapse of attention that i had there founded she started and we were all at the table on really that's just a few bet gave me goosebumps somebody listening to our show wasn't scared away love coffee i love tea i love the APD community coffee miller's ale house which is a chain that's all over the country and now that's only great but this is much better than miller's ale house but yes it's very nice they had last year his wife he and his wife susie did a party as well so i was bound and determined that i was going to make this one and so i'm flying up there it wasn't area show and then went out and started flying that i didn't know that she was going to tell that i didn't know that story she just contact in tomorrow morning flying up to i'm going to be like sorta like staff but not quite nobody can compete with her i'm going to just fly from atlanta to baltimore and you know william cool who is now captain cool he's having a party kind of an aviation themed party and i missed the one that i noticed it's it's something that we've made note of okay and with that i can't think of anything else so i'm going to go ahead and hit attend the party tomorrow afternoon tomorrow evening and then back on sunday so just a quick trip up to the baltimore area and it looks like i'm going to see hell dot com again details about that on the website since the last episode we don't have any new producers so that's okay the baroness met a great time so i love chicago anyway and yeah it was a good visit so again if you want to to support the show financially and a couple of different ways to do that the first is the coffee fund classic method and is basically a paper it's quiet right wheel no he's got a great voice it was just put me off him just looking at us you know i think all of those people had great voices so if we go crazy and do thirty shows a month you don't get bankrupt bankrupted anyway they won't make you go broke and i hope we can all get together again soon and in the loop the loop okay i don't know i think i was looking at something and it said something about it staircase and randolph ackerman the other way to do it is to become a patron of our show the patriarch in either way yes stuff oh no i was just going to second his comment about alex kylie kylie yes great story there low you listening to the airline pilot guy show the view from our side of the cockpit door with rose captain jack broadcasting live from studio got a great group of people over there already our patrons who are setting aside a certain amount per episode and they can specify a maximum amount hell donation page where you can contribute to the show either a one time contribution oray recurring contribution both of ours today are recurring from alice i just noticed that he was on the list of people that are going to attend so he came over to party now we said my regard indeed and the jaw and me account come all right the coffee fund is your way standby on you let's see again if you wanna learn how to become part of this great group of people over to airline pilot guy dot com slash coffee you'll be glad you did face his smile forever etched in my mind so rest in peace mac rosa pleasure meeting you only for a very short time sadly mac was in command of the bomber when it crashed two days ago at bradley international he was one of the seven fatalities i can still see very sad news multiple dead after a world war two boeing b seventeen plane crashes and erupts into flames at the bradley international airport between hartford connecticut and springfield massachusetts you'll remember on the climax of the experience for me was the very candid discussion we had with its pilot mac macaulay here's a little snippet from that guys because they don't fly anymore i do airplane i fly we still fly mcdonnell douglas recollect recollection on the last episode of the amazing day that i spent with may man mica and max flight at the auburn lewiston airport where the world war two vintage have you flown in the huey oh yeah yeah it's is it as much fun as it looks like no not and later we got a chance to climb aboard the b seventeen g model the nine nine crawling around the very tight spaces inside the historical ends of the collings foundation were assembled among them be twenty four twenty five p forty p fifty one was the venerable b seventeen flying professionally commercially or anything no not not the airlines are not that good good so living proof that you don't have to be at airline pilot who standing behind you flight hitting every day so that was the the head chief pilot or whatever you wanna call for the seventeen for the collings foundation and am d eighty-eight MD yeah yeah you'd like to would you like to fly a b seventeen someday i would love to fly a b seventeen someday maybe you should volunteer for the collings foundation or something of that sort yeah i'm just have to do that sometimes you must it must be a blast for you to to fly this aircraft reported an engine for problem and ask permission to land on runway six and that was approved a connecticut airport departure on runway six at nine forty five local time in the morning after take off the aircraft made a right hand turn at nine fifty the aircraft contacted bradley tower bruce one of the first experiences we were treated too was talking to a ninety seven year old tailgunner dick hammond attell ganor on the b seventeen during the war and anyway the aircraft at so they were doing the same thing when we went up to auburn lewiston they they took the show over the you know it's part of a little kid and i just whenever tired i thought it will met these guys at an airshow one time years about twenty one years ago and here i am still here did you fly aaron crew chief and ten passengers another person on the ground was injured when the plane slid off the runway and slammed into a building used to house the airports de icing equipment are wings of freedom tour two thousand nineteen and they were at bradley and the aircraft had some people on board that were paying for getting one of the injured who survived as a member of the connecticut air national guard a represent rep for the service i do believe that this was the gentleman that several of the yeah we start the new segment with some very lied on the airplane i think there were two or three a handful of people that were getting free rides as a kind of a promotion and publicity the aircraft had received clearance for perish in this accident and just truly sad many different news agencies reporting on lots of different pictures and it just it just a small amount of risk that you may take so oh absolutely i'd hate for these aircraft to try to be brought up to some kind of modern safety standards yes yes and i hope it doesn't discourage the the the support of an fervor for these kind of vintage aircraft these vintage aircraft are rare it's not like he was doing a display which case you say well actually in display flights a real treat for all of us to get get a chance to talk to him and he had a from what i could tell how the very good sense of humor great sense of humor action ryan's you know there's a lot of people out there in the community it would say you know that airplane doesn't have any business being fl- flown and we've had this discussion on the show before and a lot of work but of course the crew and the passengers the loss of life is absolutely donald tragedies yeah luckily these sort of things amongst so heartbreaking to see the photo it's always heartbreaking that anytime we talk about a crash on the show and there's a loss of life but when you have a personal connection to that's when it kind of the executive director kevin dillon said we observed that the aircraft was not gaining altitude there were thirteen people on board the boeing seven b seven teen to pilot's flight engineer i think all of this kind of believe that the the experience that you have with having a real living airplane that flying and getting a ride on it is worth the and i'm not gonna read some of the i guess what would you call it the the narrative from some of the folks that were inside the f a eighteen i guess it was a flight of two f. eighteens were out there practicing night air refueling and there was well let's move on to the next item we talked about this on an earlier episode of believe was december of last year when a marine corps casey one thirty experienced pilot unqualified for the night air air refueling and a weapon system officer later found to have had unauthorized ambien and over an air refueling version of the one thirty of the marine corps was out over the what was it the chinese see or the japanese i'm not sure exactly where they were l. alexander flora's twenty-seven corporal william c ross twenty one and corporal daniel e baker twenty one crew members of the case is an incident an accident where the one of the f. eighteens took out the the marine corps casey one thirty by the way there were the FAA teams were also record fire and flying nose down into the clouds lieutenant colonel kevin herman thirty eight major james brophy thirty six staff sergeant maxine amazing conditions in the second ball and after so i i think there is an a slightly raised element of risk when tragic mid air collision has since been released from the hospital and core officials have not released the marines name and so there's a big investigation of course on this and c. one thirty j assigned to marine aerial refueler squad transport squadron one fifty two died in the tragic collision captain jomar it turns out that they found some deficiencies safety deficiencies in the squadron and and the there's quite a highland for risk this was something relatively benign and it sounds like a technical fault so you know just my heart goes out to everyone officer and the aviation safety officer so took out basically the the whole top office holders in the in the squadron turns out makes it real there's going to be thousands of people around the states that known mac mccullough near the crew and have looked the aircraft and f reservoir d- i'm not sure that's the way you pronounce his name or not twenty eight years old the pilot of the crashed f a eighteen assigned to marine all weather fighter attack squadron anyway i'm just gonna say hurt even put into words how sad and i'm so glad that commander of the MFA to forty two lieutenant colonel james compton was fired from his position in april before the invested but somewhere off the japanese coast yeah they'll just off the coast of japan and they were doing some a night training mission and and around the errors had been made in the command control authorization training because that makes this an entirely avoid despite only having completed one of six required night contacts with the fuel basket of a tanker so there was a i don't know if it was purposeful or not but there was counter cold medicine medicine in the system had just slammed their f a eighteen into the back of a KC one thirty during a night air refueling training exercise profane uh-huh i think to a certain extent he was should've been requalifying but i didn't think he'd done sick made sufficient and to forty two also perished in the crash his weapons systems officer was the lone survivor of the mid air collision let's see the lone survivor pretty reservoir and his instructor had also incorrectly logged in the training and readiness system that he was qualified for night system air to air refueling news reports have pointed to that actually was a hero was able to open up one of the escape patches on in the airplane and help save the the folks that did not a non standard formation move which in the night environment with his level of experience and currency was probably a very unwise now actually captain jeff in order to end up flying a b seventeen see jeff there is hope for after the airline car insurance that didn't even they won't they don't want having on one the call sign of the second f eighteen participating in the exercise would report watching sumo the the one thirty sumo forty-one it just doesn't work the whole point is that they are flying museums living replicas of the right the aircraft that were flown in just nation concluded due to loss of trust and confidence and the core also fired the the MFA to forty two executive executive officer ops i don't know if there are being egged on by the tanker crew to do something fancy or what but apparently they did something non-standard not briefed and in an inaccuracy he was not qualified and also he had flown forty-seven hours fewer than the sixty hours required by the cores a push the other direction so very sad yeah yeah it is it is hard doing nine formation to formation in cloud when as you said nick he became a little disoriented disoriented yeah and actually pulled into the tanker when he should have the the casey one thirty or talking about you know what the f. eighteens were doing out there but it turns out that an flying on that crop to that age and that technology but i think it is per a perfectly acceptable risk and songs everyone knows it would uh-huh officer in the backseat of the FAA eighteen did not have exposure anti exposure or whatever you call those suits that's not the right term we used to call it creation training and readiness logging system so you know he wasn't out there flying as much as she should have an he frankly shouldn't have been on this mission degrees fahrenheit and on this occasion was sixty eight sixty eight is not as not bathwater it's that's still quite cold water and he was floating well i i truly hope that we can look back on this in years to come in just with fond memories of wonderful crew wonderfully tanks now for the call qualified and i mean this was my worst nightmare when it comes to this time of accident that they would be yeah that's a real shame the oh and the other thing mentioned which i think was just amazing to me is that the weapons yeah i mean you wonder oh sorry you know that's why i was just thinking when you read through the top of this they were letting unqualified pilots do these types of training missions and sadly he wasn't didn't qualify very well very high in his class so he wasn't perhaps the most gifted pilot so when he combine all these factors together it was just waiting to happen then of course these flight leader called in to perform thing and he became disoriented i suspect during that maneuver way too close to the tanker perform it and then and then clobbered it stamm cold pleasant yeah okay well moving on you know it's a good thing you know we've been vertical separation from the tanker when you maneuvering you know it's it's so part and parcel of trading and we'll become adept at it awhile after a while but label accident which makes it doubly tragic yes the pilot of the f. a. a. t. and that that collided with the one you like the b seventeen better i like things wings what's what's your aviation background how did you come to i g- i grew up airport yeah i've been flying junk ever since pickle forks i've never heard of the pickle until i heard about this issue oh my pickles with well i do have a couple of those stairs claim wing that's the part that helps attach plane's fuselage to its wing structure it helps manage the stress torque and aerodyne aerodynamic forces the bend the at least one hundred bottles of pickles no wait a minute that's a more than ninety thousand landings takeoffs a term known as flight cycles in the aviation industry this yeah me too knew that you would be upset by it based on your military flying experience neck and yeah it just looked to me like three and the the planes that they found some cracks on in the pickle fork have only logged about thirty five thousand so just over a third you know it's it's just a treasure sadly has been more or less destroyed a pop settled bringing failed to bring the aircraft back to life to have a crack in the pickle fork it's not designed to crack that way at all period so they said they were happy that they found this or early in the plane service and inspections are now i know that acne i was reading on our ops page though i didn't actually read the article that it had a little blurb about what acme is doing and how they're going to do the inspections without suffering any service outages of the airplane so anyway well i'm glad they spotted quelling exactly boeing engineers and safety investigators are scrambling to find out how many boeing seven thirty-seven next generation and geez have crashed no i wouldn't imagine it would be they'd have to probably take them out of service for quite a while to to fix the ones that are actually need of fixing okay well at the the macs so an by the way it's this article here from the believed the seattle times or komo news KOMO news dot com said that this issue does not affect any seven thirty seven max airplanes or the p eight poseidon which is the the water for nine hours before he was picked up by japanese rescue helicopter yeah i wonder if it managed to get in his dingy whether he was just hearing a lot about the seven thirty seven and the whole debacle and it's a good thing that nothing else is going wrong with the seven thirty seven action between the wings and the body of the jet you know we've also written as passengers and looked out the window and you can see the wings kind of bending up and down and some people kind of get freaked out by that a still orientated on your instruments and doing the right thing move in the right directions and keeping a good visual lookout to ensure that you got foreign off separations navy's submarine mission warfare antiwar whatever is whatever you call that at least we know that the that seven thirty seven is being watched very very carefully because of all the issues because they think that they shouldn't do that but they are designed to do that anyway engineers designed the pickle forks to a last a lifetime they climb on board i think there will never be any shortage of people that would love to fly on an across lineup yep okay off you put coffee cup handle the retired engineer tells us you can likely continue using the cup several times but there's always a risk that the handle will break off in into the cutlery okay well i have heard of that i must say but not in relation to an airplane fuselage and the other until you are you have to be very very careful so i think it's just back very very sad and the loss of life in the tank crew is in excuse ah you in maximum like add to that would have been preserved some of that before all this happened i am too i am too it was a real these they can do the inspections and inspections on complicated i don't know how easy it is to get this and strengthen repair it so just now come on guys get a grip on it really upsets me enormously when i when i read i think that's going to be the problem that is yeah as i imagine it's a deep within the structure of the aircraft then then going to be easy of what it was supposed to be able to withstand and a retired boeing engineer who has asked to remain anonymous tells us it's unusual your senses are telling you one thing and your flight instruments and the guy in the back there should be coach to do something else and not to follow your instincts and to actually make sure that you are yeah all the time speaking of parachutes did you see the video staff of the to hang glider parachute guys at gosh and they're in thing that was crazy literally because even if he was nine hours just on his life preserver i would have thought he would have died yeah but if we got into his dinghy eaten so that not not including the max or the presiding there's another part of this it says that a crack like this similar to what you see in crack coffeepot he was shining a laser beam into the cockpit of a seven thirty seven and it was a t you i or to your to you i tweet punishment for this stupid act and let's see and we also have another one let's see or is this oh really sorry for anyone working boeing right now because they must be just feeling like they're getting hit from every quarter pulling their hair out yup absolutely another thing a good suit thank you guys call a p p does something like that and i it's it's an opposite it wasn't required for this because i think that water temperature has to be below fifty four coffee will wind up in your lab we don't want the handles of these airplanes breaking off in other words wings that would bad bad sir turn up a new i shouldn't have read that oh well yeah but basically you were getting just the next generation of those exactly i don't know about you screen on my mobile studio here so tiny there's any harm anyone boys we got a couple of them here on this news item the first michael biz grove and by the way if you watch the video you will see captain nick doing something an episode of more stupidity this one happened in melbourne australia and october of two thousand sixteen and the problem they're having with it sounds like we'll neck when the pickle fork breaks your wish at that moment is that i wish i had a parachute when a police helicopter searched for him he shined the laser into the eyes of the three man helicopter crew putting their lives at risk paul sent a former baggage handler made hoax calls to air traffic control and aircraft they heard part of the same story yeah let me continue with this one then captain robin small was flying the boeing seven thirty seven a laser beam shine through the front i don't think anything is seven thirty seven attached to the newspapers is just going to have a field day with my when i feel very true yeah no some of them they really don't cost much well you also remember we talked about this it seems like they'd be more expensive than that doesn't really matter how much no it doesn't yeah i mean a bullet little you can do flood damage truth one true since the age of fourteen he also has asperger's syndrome he had previously pleaded guilty to three charges endangering the safety of an aircraft and flight transmitting a falls yeah no no he's not he was jailed for or given a sentence a thirty two months yeay finally some some powerful window the cockpit the dazzling light caused captains small and his crew difficulty when it shines into the cockpit for about a minute and could have caused a catastrophe they say and doom band yeah while scarf is going to be flying around with her parachute with her i think from now mayday call knowing it was likely to endanger the safety of another person and interfering with radio communications mr sent had lost his job at virgin made a series of bogus calls in october of two thousand sixteen he instructed VA one three seven one to abort a takeoff it was not what i wonder if i could find pictures of the pickled pork looks like imagining a a turkey wishbone basically you know i don't know why metaphor him is a just a fifteen centimeter long laser pin with zoom and five kilometer range only costing five pounds wow are we not break and you're supposed to be able to make a wish if you read the name happened that way but there was one that i guess ATC didn't have a chance to tell the crew that it was a hoax and they actually executed a go around julia landing at approximately fifteen forty seven on the twenty fifth of october air traffic control alerted the crew it was a hoax and the flight landed is normal ago around very not this is what this gentleman did i use that term in notes and we'll be doing because i was i was kinda momentarily blinded australia as a baggage handler but had continued to put on his uniform and pretend to go to work in a lot of people that put on uniforms and pretend to go to work to anyway he from him in nineteen years old at the time had behavioral issues from the age of three came from a dysfunctional family and had been living in state run residential cares call was made to on another aircraft and ATC immediately alerted the crew that that was also a hoax several of these listed into is neat name dazzling the pilot who dazzling and crew as they came into land at cardiff airport in april two thousand eighteen dan as a result of the aircraft breached the three nautical mile separation zone between aircraft coming within one point eight nautical miles of wasn't jae kyu is that jet jet it just under the surface of the water a replacement for the p three leave me alone uh-huh upgrading the navy's and anti-submarine warfare patrol yeah it's like three this caused extra confusion so in the courtroom the judge noted his asperger's didn't reduce his moral culpability the judge also told him his airways or something like that i'm not sure j. q. seven forty they were preparing to take off the prosecutor told the court the similarity of the virgin and jetstar oh jetstar their call sign thought it was just funny just silly but the potential for real serious and significant harm way beyond what you might have contemplated was very real uh-huh beverage card i've never seen one of these things before but apparently a case of of of water bottles somehow got bumped off the seat and talked it over i wish i've made that sound effect a little bit longer because i needed to say more but you get the idea that wasn't actually uh-huh and i guess the guy that was a hero in this his name is jose malang or george i guess i'd say poor hey right j. o. r. g. he i think he was towards the back of this embraer aircraft and he comes running up and then he goes i have the sound from the although if you look just think of that when you're watching the video a motorized baggage not bad reverse on the ramp and somebody in the terminal is taking a video of this and drinks to everybody and the seriousness of the offending must be marked by the imposition of a term of imprisonment so he sentenced mr sent to two years and fell down onto the floor and pushed or engage the accelerator of the thing and i guess it wasn't shocked or if it was at jumped the talks and it just starts going around in circles beep i guess what we'd call here in the states probation i guess what if a similar thing if songs you keep your nose clean than that sues positive instances of people you know being stupid out there getting punished for it so that's good to hear yeah it's nice that way finding out about solution and i don't know if he said that out loud but he got on the little electric tug thing not of regular size tug but even imprisonment but released him on recognizance release order so in other words he does i guess he doesn't have to actually go to jail for two years he's just going to uh-huh have one of these and it keeps in its doing it circles you know in reverse round and round and everybody's just kinda standing looking like what what what are we going so that people actually pay attention to it did you see this i was you know i mentioned i was in chicago at chicago o'hare internet yeah got no that's not going to work i'm going to die if i do that you could tell that the cyclists are getting closer and closer to this embryo you know at these because hopefully that will act as a great terron for anyone who's thinking that it would be a good shape to do something some yeah i hope that it's widely reported three in here it says that the terrifying video shows the the airplane appearing to violently or the engine appearing to violently shake down while the vehicle flies through the sky well no it was not the engine that was violently shaking up down the beverage cart is going around and around and one of the people on the ground finds a towbar of boo nope program so i really can't show you the video although we'll have a link to it in the show notes but let me just play a little bit of the audio this and you can hear what's going on what i was reading here it looks like the it shows a an engine on a wing and the left engine on a united airlines of as this another seven thirty seven a pretty good kind of blurry video the one that i have anyway of this yeah well we're used to that now that's normal i'm gonna start i'm not sure what doesn't say what type it's gotta be a seven thirty seven obviously flight united flight ninety stop the the motorized beverage card from doing any harm and neatly onto its back like turning a tortoise upside i'm a case of drinks you can have all of those beverages at spilled out wow what a reward yeah wheels in the yes exactly dan anytime soon but just in case and the airlines very proud of him and will reward him in some way so that's pretty cool that was national airport impersonal so the video well so yeah there's a video online and all the social media and stuff and you know this is an audio yes and so they are and he's a ramp instructor and he instructed everybody that day what to do in a situation like that not that it's going to happen i don't think now has yet but liz tells us it was a seven thirty seven dash eight hundred there you go probably has a almost like a like a floor jack it looks like it just picks up the nose wheel of the airplane and he just kind of drives it right over there right in the perfect place to anyway back in the good old days okay and finally in our news folder so we talked about the it was the cowling the engine cover on the outside of the engine so it is an engine malfunction because that colonel jeff as she told us in the intro and i guess we said we should ask him about this and he he nixon that that'd be speaking of videos here's another video and while according to you know the cowling is part of the proper functioning of an engine and so they had to return to denver and anyway so there's a obliged and recorded some audio and so let's hear from jeff and what he has to say about this whole thing to counteract the pitch up moment of the new engines which are further forward and much larger and more powerful than the previous versions of the engine and the autopilot is on it was designed to recover the airplane from a very narrow tiny portion of the flight envelope you know just putting my big screen TV's in a vertical orientation day i'm just gonna i've given up goes away but if you do anything in that period then you go at a gentleman's sophie full sentence so at least two instant we've talked and talked and talked about the seven thirty seven m and we mentioned i believe that steph was going to be meeting with instances where they were doing some work on the engine and somebody just missed the fact that everything wasn't latched i announced i dunno it's quite likely yeah we went through a bunch of those four seven but for a different reason neither one of those can be silenced the one of those can be stopped unless you get out of that situation which these guys would not be able to do with unless the autopilot is turned off autopilot not on and the flaps are fully retracted so the case will not operate if the flaps from or down or if and it is known as an ad eru i've had one of these fail it gave me inaccurate airspeed inaccurate altitude indications feeds directly into our air data computer which on the seven thirty seven is much more complicated than a simple data computer because it takes inputs from a lot of other sources ed bus recently a year or two ago so you know now it's checked every time in the crowded and even has to be filled into the tank do how we're gonna you could tell it was like you could almost see the little thought bubbles like i'm going to jump in somehow and came around they're kind of like uh-huh so get job yeah great job because they thought a wacked into the aircraft would've been a lot of damage oh yeah on one side of the cockpit so it can be a little bit disconcerting so that kinda causes part of the problem there too one of the things they alluded to before on the seven fifty seven turned into a christmas tree they were more white yellow and blue lights on that screen that i've ever seen before and they weren't on it was quickly obvious that i could not read all those lights as quickly as i needed to 'cause i couldn't tell you what most of them said nick talks sports are worded now to get to the meat of this one of the things that nick talks about is just flat too many bells and whistles going off all at the same time any icing systems worked as we entered the icing conditions after takeoff they all went away just as soon as your hand the went up but ah should should mention the airline on voi- an american airlines feeder airline subsidiary the failures that they had the problem with losing an AO a vein or indicator on the seven thirty seven is the winning and things like that let me preface this was some issues the cannot be cannot engage and one night we took off fortunately it was a three man crew i was the third guy sitting in the middle and as we took off into the clouds in icing conditions these center about how we need to come up with a system that prioritizes what the pilot sees as what's the most important i think that would take very advanced computer system speed warning going on at the same time yes it's confusing you the airplanes telling you you're about to stall at the same time it's going too fast kind of sounds like air france four hello there eight PG colonel here sending feedback about episode three ninety three and the discussion that nick and jeff had about seven thirty seven and cast pickle fork to sure does now after that kellyanne flapping around yeah so i'm wondering if this is one of those as long as soon as the weight was off the wheels they all came on and it was everything from indications that are wearing wheel system no longer worked to that none of our when you have multiple failure indications all going off at the same time having experienced this for real and a seven fifty seven it can be disconcerting flight control malfunctions are different pretty much every time so it had to be a pre you're smart system next thing they talked about is this nebulous term airmanship i don't particularly like that term i'll be the artificial intelligence level because no to emergencies are like no to failures like i've had more is situational awareness which all goes back to training i think situational awareness is that idea of you know everything will you think you know everything oh speed environment some other things that were brought up is that both instances the crews at lion air anythi open stickshaker and the over a two different situations with fuel leaks in the fifteen and they were both significantly different an engine fire one aircraft is different than an engine fire and another aircraft of the same type or aware of everything from what's going on around you on the radio to on the instruments to outside aircraft whether you're flying or taxiing so that comes in the play experience though is another very nebulous term hours do not translate it is completely different than the kind of flying that jeff is done over his twenty five plus long year military commercial aviation career right on your bumper then you can look back there and he checks that's when he checks his rear view mirror to see if he can pass you that is lack of situational awareness get into the meat of this is that a political correctness issue in the reports the sources i have which are reliable are indicating that that is going to be a player in how these into experience nick talks about his forty seven hundred hours in the military and i can relate to that it's all fighter time the kind of flying the nick and idea agreeance although it's a lot fewer hours than a guy flying for example my peers graduate from twenty yeah yeah i'm i'm hoping so hope he gets a nice bonus maybe got like get half the money that he saved the airline from having to spend on what can i still fight with or what can i get out of the fight with we had to understand everything from a combat perspective so that kind of training that kind of expe- it's every sortie every hour of our flight time involved multiple jeez multiple turns a single seat or it happened to a girl in did she survive was there any terrifying video from it oh i'm sure it would have been vertical video picture on it it's actually probably be a cell phone cameras uh it's not the same level of experience i'm not less experience because i few hours i'm probably at least as experienced if not more has different the last thing i'll address is the trim wheel and nick is correct the trim wheel on the seven thirty seven wheel has gotten significantly smaller from the dash one hundred to the max i do not know how much smaller it is but i mean the pictures i've seen it's pretty our flying night checks bank checks at night in the rocky mountains so that's training is training and experience gene the guy with fifteen hundred hours for ATP where a lot of that time was flying survey work versus the guy who got a lot of his fifteen later in november i'm gonna purposely put the aircraft in a very nose forward trim position nose down trim position turn off the electric trim one pilot one navigator operations and it's a different type of flying it's a different awareness of what's going on when they ever decide to figure out what the train is going to be on the max is we stood what's called a roller coaster where you would get in the airplane and you'd purposely put the aircraft and jeff's background is primarily straight and level flying transport category aircraft you the with cargo were passengers on board aside from his stint as an issue i had not for me i do believe that in some ways are fifteen hundred our ATP requirement the united states is ridiculous in front where the engine is yes so we call the hook it also like obstruct your vision as well that's not fun when you're driving quickly because the electric trimmed it it's too big a burst no matter how you lately tab gives you too much trump for fine tuning the trim so when i go down to the was two hundred and fifty hours of multi-engine time a within a couple years that fell down to two hundred and fifty total hours full nose down trim position and then you would have to pull back as hard as they electric trams turned off you would have to pull back to get the nose up on and it's a different level of training nick and i had to know the airplane like the back of our hand you had to know if this system failed take care and god bless well thanks colonel jeff for your insight i will say something i if it's true that that mechanical trim that backup trim system that we've been talking about cannot up to me in the future one of the things they used to do in the seven three training this is a long time ago and i kind of expect this to come back is not operable all regimes of the envelope there are times where i'm going to get the check this out for real next month when i go down to the training the to suffer a failure of the of the stabilizer trim system that's my opinion i i'd be very very surprised farther ford giving a more significant nose up pitch i thought it was a great discussion i agree with nick i don't think that pilot training trim the airplane in all of the normal flight regimes than i think that the entire seven thirty seven fleet should be grounded every single one of them because it's really truly the case but now we're talking about within the normally designed flight regime not strenuous circumstances that we've talked about before backed i think we'd just you have to you have to design an airplane that even shortly after takeoff you get a runaway trim situation you should be able to counteract it with mechanical mentioned that on the last show i also disagree with you regarding airmanship and it being nebulous i think that then try to move the trim walter to at different air speeds to see how difficult that is going to be at how exactly we're going to do that in if this presented or not pouch any but the pilots should be thrown under the bus they are a victim of their own training whether they got good training or bad training than other people all the time with even with the trim on i've never turned the trim off on the seven three but it's very easy to move i use it to fine tune the trim when i'm hand flying bush flight objectives this consistency is founded on a cornerstone of uncompromising flight discipline and has developed through systematic skill acquisition and proficient and risk and i'll add to that he didn't say this that airmanship and skill flying skill and everything else it doesn't matter you know what we're flying what regime were flying at all requires that kind of airmanship to safely fly these things because it's not the hours like i said before it's the experience level and has changed dramatically when i was hired at the regional back in nineteen ninety nine the minimum to get hired so again it was a great discussion i hope this kind of fills in the blanks and any more questions i will be glad to answer them a high state of situational awareness is a part of airmanship but it's not the same thing if at let me read this z. a high state of situational awareness completes the airmanship picture and has obtained through knowledge of oneself aircraft environment team yeah so good yeah so no seriously speaking you know it it if it's done and you work to confirm the latch clothes unless the only way to make sure these things are done i mean pretty straightforward thing if you experience than the guy with twenty thousand hours 'cause most of his time is straight and level with the autopilot on so there so situations there's a big difference between career doesn't mean that i don't have to know the airplane just as well as any other airplane in my opinion and as far as the experience and that was before the colgan air and the change in the requirements so now it's fifteen hundred hours i of the incoming right out of school to get their ATP to come to the airlines so you have to know the machine you're flying just because i flew transport category and airliners for most of my thirty seven thirty eight victor in the air force he really hasn't done a lotta gang and banking and flying upside down whereas that was nick and is livelihood that's where we were making our bread and butter thank just point is the same that i probably felt when i moved onto the military into the civil weld people looked at my four thousand seven hundred and fifty hours even when they first had the dash one hundred this is not something unique to the max or the energy it's probably more aggravated by the length of the airplane in the fact that the engines are off years in the service with like twenty thousand hours in c. one forty one well i graduate from the air force twenty years with like thirty five four thousand hours in fifteen or fighter time whatever it's kind of like you know you ever when you're driving down the highway ever see that person in your mirror who's gaining on you in capital letters and he slams on the brakes as he gets from a backup you cannot have part one twenty-one airplane certified to fly hundreds of passengers and not be all else being the same if i had to choose a new hire pilot to fly with who has more experience in the cockpit rather than one who has little to none i would pick the one who is better looking it's still time in an airplane you know it may not be yanking him banking pulling five or six gs and doing you know advanced combat maneuvering but it's still flying so it you know i understand that somebody that has your experience jess experience your four thousand hours to me is like having fifteen twenty seven said that to you but i think that people understand that when you come out of the military and you're flying fast jets or whatever type airplane where you're not you know getting a lot of hours and quite a bit different and jeffey mentioned one podcast the size of the trivial in the seven too much bigger than it is on the seven three i use the seven three trim we'll all more exposure to the i mental florida civil pilots who really had no clue absolutely no idea what you do in the military down they're not for the first two years of my military flying i was flying transports and getting a lot of hours logged over a thousand hours in that two year period find the one forty one and then the next on the air to ease back the p- then i'll slowly let the nose false to ease the aerodynamic loads on the elevator so you can move the trim wheel so it was a known problem route from redefining airmanship by tony kern nineteen ninety-six airmanship is the consistent use of good judgment and well developed skills to did you get in the air force nick nobody ever asked me how many hours i logged in the air force i'm just trying to understand how how does that come up in the conversation the little over thousand hours that i got was the next five years flying a. t. thirty-seven trainer jet at one point three hours a sortie in flying time in that kind of thing you know the at the aftermath of the colgan forty five seven and the fifteen hundred hour rule which jeff thinks is ridiculous and it's better than not having that experience in my opinion so that's just my own i i agree with you i think it's better than having no experienced toll actions were dangerous and that could have had terrifying perhaps fatal consequences such behavior is totally unacceptable you may have been young you may have the idea of the type of flying and how much you fit into the average day and the fact that actually getting over four thousand is just getting a fan i'll say about that is not an a be all end all solution to this big picture but it is a factor in trying to hire the best qualified to fly passengers else is the same but you have more even if it's just flying survey you know doing the survey things as we know several people in our community do whatever it is the conversation like this well jeff was talking about the type of flying you fifteen hundred is flying straight and level is one thing you know fifteen hundred hours doing a different kind of a job say a military flying job gives you a vastly differ aren't level of experience so i think he was comparing flying straight and level in china with military flying which is yeah well i mean i'm sorry at this moment that people are listening to us now understand that i'm just i'm trying to grass where how does that come up in conversations how many hours is an hours i mean you know there's a factor in there and i i think that i'm not the only one that believes that i think that probably out of everybody that you're also military so you had often a completely different type of those two levels of experience there's numbers of our as calm i think everybody understands that i think i'm when when he even got experience i think i think you're wrong about that i think most people maybe you maybe you feel that for some reason i don't know if anybody has ever actually i was on amazon type was considerable huddle and you'd be considered very experienced where do they come concept where does that come up in the conversation apnea bumming on your car you clues on lucky to get very noisy we drive down the road see where you go on the bonnet is the one that's maybe not wherever you are at now jeff or that you were at just before he retired and perhaps maybe the when you're flying with some money well comes up in the hours re you're required to do a chemical for example i think maybe it comes up more in the that says nothing to how good of a candidate you're going to be it's just a you've met a requirement for that job and i think there's just so many other factors that go in that some of those folks come in and handle the aircraft one way have more intuition about have more of a sense of what's going on and some folks handle it not as the point of it so in mine virement that has been quite an important and that and that makes sense i understand your perspective when it comes to that i don't understand volunteered how many hours they had no and i don't think that would really come out so i don't understand why you're being defensive about the hours that they have and how that equates to jeff's because it doesn't happen at ajax or acne and less i don't know i'm just not i'm just unsure as y that has difficult operating procedures or you can regularly undergo additional training and poss- milestones then i think there's really like david ogden come in the chat room about he says i think the hours question is like your college GPA important forgetting that first job after that doesn't really matter same thing happens in medicine from being a flight engineer a first officer and now a captain for more than half of my career i've never once had a conversation where i asked somebody or considered the site so that doesn't know for example i mean that's there we don't have any kind of requirement our requirement by making boards virtually important but it's important that first job and then after that you know it's probably might not get looked at at all and the hours that somebody that may not have the military experience i just tried to indicate to get a come on to my company you need to have a minimum of six thousand hours before that would be something that would be a sore point or an emphasis was a three point i think it was just you know yeah do it you know we make these minimum requirements are you getting your TV being a captain but that's just ability is a pilot and just being in the ed doesn't necessarily do that if you're gonna fly something some you know for fifteen hundred dollars so i think personally that if you're going to expect someone to fly fifteen hundred dollars they need to do something that improves oh you were eligible so you could do six thousand hours straightened level and you could giannakou mongols or you could do six thousand dollars in the military and to make sure that people have at least some sort of foundation there's so many other factors that go in terms of personal aptitude how you know the craft within one news of the airlines who had plenty of experience you know regional wasn't time but you'll notice great value to it but if you're just going to rent an airplane and fly straighten level for me to be until you got fifteen hundred hours i don't think that's very valuable so is that what you're getting at how it comes up like what what did you do before how many hours did you get all of all the conversations that in my own anecdotal experiences a lot of people out there who work jobs just to have a job and their level of passion for the subject matter may be different their level of innate skill and the level of how how much they put into it in order to become more competent i think those are all really important things that there's no good way to measure or touch for any of that just being is this fifteen hundred dollars minimum you need to get a a license in the states the i there to be some structure to to what you do in that i think that's partly what he was trying to get i have two comments what move on from this topic i so long as we're always making you know a set requirements i think that's okay i think that's good you have to have some way to ensure that at least minimum skills there there were able to be trained you're still gonna run into problems you can't you can't get rid of any of that or every variable forces out there that did not want this to happen but this whole idea of commuting to work all the way across the country and then starting your very fly with somebody who had made made a career of it in the in the military and came out and had you know gobs of ours and you know ah dressed in a was not and all you all you commuters out there quit quit looking at me i know they're all looking at me right now are listening to me and they're hating me but you know what i mean you know out there and you know and i'm sure that you've experienced the same type of thing nick in your experience with the airlines flying with people that that that fly the airplane magnificently and have great crew resource management skills etc and then i hope we identify any theories problems during training or during a point before which it becomes a serious problem for wasn't a system like that back then so there were some some positive things that came front from it perhaps we can argue until we're outta breath about the fifty day and flying well into the early morning hours with you know without any kind of rest is you know that's that's something that should have been don't have the flying skills or the or the CRM skills or whatever that this brand new person had with very little experience just flying a one seventy is how do you measure how do you i mean i know that fifteen hundred hours as i said i started off by saying it's not a be all end all kind of thing eight hundred our thing but sadly i think one of the things that should have been addressed and was not and i understand there are a lot of you know you know your measurement that perhaps you have and then you go based on your judgement of the individual and then you hope that it works a to straighten level for a lot of their flying time so i mean it's it's the it's a big spectrum and i i you you understand what i'm trying to see maybe even in the military but flying with people that have very low hours very little experience i should've turned off my phone sorry i don't know if he can hear them in the backyard wait a minute you know you're telling me you're applying for our airline and failed to you know major check rhines and then it'd be a red flag but there weren't any things in the aftermath of that colgan forty seven was the training records and that was one of the problems with this particular incident where the captain had a not so great his yeah i'm on i would say structured training not just building us what's important exactly and you know one of the other that would be like a database like a national database where any airline would have access to that information if he went from one to another airline that the are you crying oh man my brother-in-law has been up twice for free as he has been voluntary now for several years a dream true it's a beautifully positioned small airfield in the kent countryside with always something going on parachutist were jumping all day also joyrides an animal the incoming message let's start with derek i think this is the third russia's on to one of the good parts one of the better parts of the show which is of course your feedback torri of passing check rides or in other words he had trouble passing check rice yet and we didn't have a system in place here in the US at that time let's see in fact the airfield was used by the americans during world war two and we're we've been cleaning up the trash over since no he didn't say that operating the p fifty twenty eight hundred pounds for a twenty minute flight wow that's a lot of money on and you don't want to spend one minute minute of it with your head in the sick bag that mandate you must live somewhere but if you're on call perhaps you know future required to go into the hospital or see patients layer on call if you get a call so it's like what so what do you how do you ensure that the person that you're hiring is going to be qualified to do this well in the career the that you have to be responsible for your physical wellness i'm sorry stuff that kind of incredible suck for that person but you know it's best for those of us he's operating on our she's operating anyway so liz is trying to and the air show now in its twelfth year is along the seafront my in laws live in an apartment overlooking the sea right at the right on the clifftops between news of the white cliffs of dover leeds castle with a victory rollback and over the airfield at the customer still feeling okay it was a glorious day and my brother-in-law even managed to get me we've that there's no limit on how far you would be able to commute you know was within you know in a different my profession there's battle of britain memorial flight chick chinook helicopter wow just to name a few perhaps nickel you'd like to continue with his feedback great show with so much more on the ground going on as well approximately eight hundred thousand is that right wow visited over the four day home in kent england he helps clients prepare for the spitfire joyride flights i spent a day there watching the spitfire take off and land several times the flight includes get displays at sunset and in the evening with stunning twilight pyrotechnic air displays also the tigers army parachute display team jumping at night glowing in the sky it really isn't because i'm having trouble with my tongue getting tied just sending you a picture of a dove okay well then let me continue yeah i want a surgeon that's well rested who's sleeping in their bed nearby when they get the call to come in at two o'clock in the mornings now he's definitely worth a visit and it's totally free the only downside this year was no red arrows as they are touring canada and the US as the air show yeah he was not talking about us he's talking about himself just a quick bit of feedback towards the end of the summer i got my aviation fix my brother-in-law volunteers at headcorn aerodrome airside and sit in the cockpit this was a great experience i will have to save my money and maybe one day get to go up in one this may take a few years as it costs stuff what did you think they are impressive and a crowd puller what did you think steph sorry i had myself sick no is over the sea and weather permitting they would normally do their full display i did hear stuff saying she saw them do their full display in canada and she has only seen flypasts before refuge eurofighter type eurofighter eurofighter typhoon blades aerobatic display team i'll ex red arrow pilots why now derek were trying to get your feedback covered on the show and ding ding ding ding ding you made it this time he says maybe a bit late one mustangs then a week later spent the weekend in bournemouth is that rank this was the four day airshow weekend born with is a seaside resort nick will know doc and look forward to hearing more from you let's see derek ends with thanks again guys for the great shows that just keep on coming uh-huh and boscombe pier so we get an amazing view and it's exactly right in the center line of the show that's cool you get all the usual displays date an update you on what has undoubtedly been the best summer i've ever spent first off i appreciate the advice dana specifically the then you have to be a knicks talked about this well within a certain timeframe of the hospital so please live there whether you can be close to their they can get their kind the start of the show because if you expect you know the headliners to be near the end you might not show up in time to them none of this metro yep assoc- would like to but that is due to what i'm writing to you all about today on a PG three seventy four ramp ramp life hacks the honking oh my god there's another hundred it was a great show we really loved it is kind of interesting because they actually opened the air show which we were not expecting so we were not kind of in where we thought we would really want aircon t six harvard in a tiger moth and sometimes the dove plane this flies alongside the spitfire and is a great way to get up close and take some amazing photos if was on earlier i think he was jeff gephardt yeah he was there and it looks like kylie has a joint as well hi kylie everybody loved the fee you know we have several of the people that were on my meet up or the meet up in chicago david ogden the guy with a great pipes not sure thing a small airline twelve seater well just off the world war two you know that kind of interesting and is a cheaper alternative what's plane a dav is a i'm pretty sure it's of two engined loewen because airbus and boeing certainly did not take our shins into consideration when they design their aircraft i i've watched people load my abbas the sorry to interrupt oh that's a fine that was good interruption definitely worth it if anyone else out there has ever considered trying a ramp job just for the sake of trying it you all help answer some of my questions as bright eyed bushy tailed new ramp agent four months have since passed since i wrote that message and i thought i would pop in deepak advice you're not kidding about how badly those pits will bang up your knees i've decided to treat myself and upgrade my standard issue kneepads to some heavy duty one they do it i had originally taken this job because i had always wanted to since i was a kid and i thought that this would be a short-term thing that would be ready to drop by drop by the end i'm legally old enough to drink a beer i'm being tasked with overseeing the arrival offload on load and departure of multi million dollar commercial airliner just the other week in fact i was able to cross something my bucket list and push back seven thirty seven my mother always tells me how enamored with the pushbacks i was the summer but lo and behold former later four months later and i'm a full-fledged crew chief it seems surreal and to be honest weird to think that before neither till i've seen this nick sent me via a private jet a picture of the dove and i've seen that airplane before yeah cool them down the understand most typical typical wide-body pilot it says some kind of as a little one so it is fantastic to be able to say that i finally did it coming into this fall my job helped me realize how much of a fit aviation was for me the criticism or a compliment as deficit derrick and you can't unfortunately stop listening or watching it and i actually ended up switching majors at the dawn of this fall semester so starting in the spring i will no longer be a business student but an aeronautical science student yeah there are actually oh boy yeah you'll you'll actually illegal passenger journey yet thanks for the fantastic work you all do on this podcast and keep it up let me know if any of you plan on swinging by nashville anytime soon signing up for a job to make a little extra money over the summer would end up with such a major life decision being made i certainly i certainly didn't that's for sure and hey with i just didn't know what it was called okay item to dixon hello AP juku hope you are all doing well to be honest i haven't had time to key into as many tennissee state universities affiliation with the acme pi pipeline program who knows i may be able to thank some of you in person for helping me embark a my biggest made of deals or affiliations or whatever making it easier for pilots within their program to meet certain standards and then kind of have to be positioned wise to them i knew what it was unusual you know we were expecting you know the smaller stuff and some aerobatics video and i explained to me what that is they you can go through university and become a pilot i you are you can take a peek out the window while your bags are being loaded i'd i'd rather not i'd rather be close to the drinks com pat mt SU in their professional pilot program i guess that's mid middle tennessee state okay who'd have thought that get into a pipeline where they are given maybe some preferential treatment as far as interviews a little closer together now i didn't you know we were we were certainly close enough but we were a little surprised you know glad we were there for the actual wow by the way dana is not with us today because he has been enduring experiencing with flying colors so he's just relaxing and having a a beverage or two while we flail around here on the show so yes by the way is middle tennessee nicer than out of tennessee in general yes okay i don't really know what that means but things he did well excellent yeah jab all right yeah and he's going to tell us all about it i'm sure next time he's into interviews her you know the associated regional carriers and then some even have direct flow through program as you upgrade into the majors here are some sights and sounds from the very well attended fifth annual mayor's five k. on the fifth runway hosted by atlanta mayor kisha bought kisha lamp a lot of people i think just kind of stick with what they're they've been planning on doing forever and they miss out on those opportunities careers will be happy you want to call it his recurrent training yesterday and today and we did get word i believe through some private channels and maybe even here in the video chat room that he passed the far west yeah well hong kong's of the far east isn't it yeah not quite that far okay we're talking like memphis for like on the opie river yeah look let's go find some place to a little better too candid what you'd think they'd say the climax at the end of the show right nobody in the same show kisha lance bottoms back on september seventh and yes that is her real name about two thousand people gathered early on a saturday morning now unfought it's in the middle of the state in which the far east or the not the forest northern on okay robert from marietta or as i like to say read a wrote in and said singler craft mall stuff and then wait at thirty show with the red arab resistance like a teaser actually gonna do the and they just stand there with a little box of electronics and they twitter and all right they shuffle kaga things around the spin them about they wrote ooh wow excuse me stop the wind from blowing as they say so let's hear from robert part one here the morning crew from the HBO doc that yeah if he ends up going through the oh he's he's going to do the professional pilot program yet we have several many of the major airlines have aw yeah we were in candidate make a little bit of that but i thought maybe they would be back to back near the end but start off with a bang and it was a very nice show just started the walk here and think there is a seven three seven delta has parked down at the end zoom in from here because for some photo ops towards the end there the great morning it's maybe from the same account but anyway regardless this is also something you don't normally see or anarchy five five k course also qualify for the atlanta journal constitution that's the newspaper in town peach tree road race which i believe steph just anyway it says that it's a special opportunity to race on one of the flattest and fastest courses in metro atlanta this is a u. s. a. t. f. they all exercised the world still turned when a runway at the world's busiest airport closed for a few hours the fifth annual mayor's five k. on the fifth runway hosted by awesome great well done anyway yeah dixon well-done ion listening to those little voices in your head telling you hey maybe this should be my my career it off on the walk i mean i thought it was a run this e walking this phone you can walk yeah i'm not sure if five k. sudden stopped he just turned he went from the selfie camera to the forward facing camera and i guess the position of the michael he's here on the fifth runway in atlanta so i can say hello yours dixon isn't that great ask tastic so nice to hear that he's getting on so well the mayor kisha lands bottoms returns september seventh metro atlanta laced up their shoes i guess this must be a blurb from a press release that i'm reading and i don't know if this is from i think that he took this video as well i'm not sure it looks like on looking at the link it looks like a little video as he likes to do and the first part of it is very very windy and so it's hard to hear but you can see that on a runway and there's usually nothing yet runway so a little bit too early and that was a mad dog that just over all of them on the runway kind of a mess sorry misdemeanor phones on the cell phone were drastically enough enough of a difference to really cut down on that wind noise which was kind of said it so actually thinking about colonel reasons situation which i won't get into tomatoes about but you know where you're flying okay gotcha that's actually what in tennessee though yeah that's true yeah it was true it does not to watch what happens to your luggage sometimes that's true keep those window shades down it's better that you not see it tastiness yeah well dumping so well thought flying colors was an ad line might be i have no idea what what the origin of that means but usually it sounds they opened up the runway racecourse because that that course is not what just off loud and okay let's see he took did this past year a long way yup done it once before in the past and i will tell you that's a great way to qualify and get it fast time for the peachtree and when to send that over to you guys have talked to you sir all right and the reason why the wind five k. spring but in the most of this is the closest i've been to the fifth round sure about dana occasion that was pretty cool i thought so a little snippet of the of the high school band out there playing and oh he also sent us mhm feedback from robert good that i wasn't the only abc that enjoyed the TWA t- hotel at JFK like dr steph did cobwebs on an airfield in georgia instead travolta will arrive in australia empty handed as he embarks on a national oh speaking tour as a result of band of eager plane-spotters is trying to get through an enormous amount of red tape and maintenance issues to bring the big plane home looks like it's going to cost about two million dollars which of course you all know is the old pilots plane tale this from ray down under ray davis day everyone whatever that is high flyer travolta to jet into australia but pricey gift is grounded it was meant to be john travolta's greatest gift to australia i know i keep promising but i'll try to meet up with all soon safe travels and then he has a link to this must be amazon video actually i thought it was july apostrophe that's it the news article that to which he is linked us is from s h dot com contended i think it was fried chicken and a sewage smell sure what that means i thought sorry tells many of the reasons why if you have a chance to watch it dulles reminds me of the eighties tv miniseries the the visitors in hope that you're all well here is a news article on the travolta 707 transferred to the aviation museum all al-bayane albion park on dennis who's overseeing the project on behalf of the historical aircraft restoration society which ultimately wants to put the plane on display at its enormous facility ars based on their estimates to carry out the amount of repairs and maintenance required to meet all the requirements to get the aircraft back in the era of former qantas pilots the plans for the hollywood star to fly has once beloved qantas boeing seven oh seven back to australia in november have been thwarted with the vintage airliner gathering into his book about the the architect but perhaps a documentary as well i don't know so have that in the show notes for you to check out yourself alkyl very cool getting close to the two hour mark let's try to fit one more piece of feedback in and then we'll get on with the best part of the okay i thought it would never come back there again but gave it another try pinched my nose and i never regretted there will never be another dulles or TWA JFK terminal and documented anyway abe park travolta travolta had reportedly blocked out a month of his filming scheduled to allow him to travel on the plane and be part of its plan handover however these days travolta's avila availability was probably not going to be a major issue for the first time in dulles i guess you oh he was the architect of of dulles apparently and the terminal there and the smell he likely on on cable had a learned without him there a short hour-long special us having that is going to be returned to its homeland australia and with that i think it is time for us now i would say take care of you all we shouldn't say that work on your southern you've got to spell it y'all yeah one word money on it i guess to get the thing back anyway thought that was interesting thank you for the update on the seven to do the best part of the show which of course everybody knows the old pilots plain tales a whole lot of yeah anyway yes so it somewhere south of where i live in georgia just waiting for somebody to spend here i'll buy in park i hope dang it on ferry route problem here so what who led the newly formed six one seven squadron on its first operational mission to attack the great dams of the river valley however i'm not sure they're full story will be told the backroom boy was bonds wallace a man who was one of four children shop which may have given birth to his wish to become an engineer that bright child bonds wanna scholarship to a school called christ the company of hepatitis although bonds was a natural mathematics english and science he was completely incompetent at latin absa man as a scientist and very clever aircraft design as well he was neither young or old but just a client of lancaster bomber command led by wing commander GP gibson DSO dmc attacked with mines the dams of the murder and solve a reservoir this is london the ministry of dust is who the following communicate in the early hours of this morning a aren't turning because his father was an architect as well they designed some pretty cool things the toughening if you're at all interested in it thank you probably already we've got a little ahead of ourselves as the attack would never have come about had it not been for the genius of one man gibson describe if you'd like okay and i recently just i not the architecture podcasts but man made them in the smithsonian channel list man who worked very hard he was one of the real backroom boys all of whom little will be told until after the war and even then hospital in horsham sorry a long way south from the home in dobbs year from there he moved to a grammar school built by the worshipful it wasn't really a hindrance so at the young age of seventeen he was apprentice to a shipbuilder on the olive white as a marine engineer these control two-thirds of the water started in the previous tale about the dam busters rate we talked about the life of wing come onto guy gibson who and by the end of his successful education he decided that he wanted to be an engineer a profession where a lack of skill with latin born to edith wallace and her husband charles charles was a doctor and they all lived in ripley darbyshire where charles had his medical newsouth when i'll be i'll be alan it'll be it'll be an thank you new south wales i got the NSW part he didn't spill well done as dr the largest ship ever designed his concept of geodetic construction gave the issue immense strength whilst ensuring a lights and he completed a degree calls in engineering by the university of london and opportunity came up for him to work at vickers practice despite contracting polio from one of his patients which left him crippled bonds and his brother john had turned pilot the house into a word designing ships along with john temple he led the way in ship construction building the all one hundred at the time are being explored by joshua humphreys in his use of diagonal structures in the construction of the first US navy frigates in the late seventeen hundred by the ministry the project was abandoned and they all one hundred broken up it was in nineteen twenty two the wallace met was able to continue writing to father decreed that the two could correspond only if bombs taught molly mathematics they all pilots plane tail homes i frame wanted a daily sh- pumped to to work on pre world war two aircraft is geodetic construction was used in the wellesley the warrick and the winds aircraft name formed by us byerly crossing basket we evolve load bearing members a concept allows to geodesic arcs to intersect unwritten now known for its ability to withstand substantial damage during the structural testing performed at the royal aircraft established live bonds and molly married and they union followed with four children of their own in addition to adopting molly's following the death of his wife and wallich took a shine to molly immediately her father however did not approve that courtship fortune it's in his letters followed or a series of witty tenda and totally accessible introductions to calculus trigger on a curved surface in amana that cancels out the torsion load on each giving great strength the one hundred one autry and electrostatic induction that remarkably would end one the girl on saint george's day nineteen twenty without any sign of failure proving that the geodesic design had a strength far in excess of normal levels in paralleled as well as the better known wellington bomber only the winnington was to be built in a great number and it was still operational at the end of the war aw in a paper he wrote if the destruction all paralysis can be accomplished they offer a means of rendering the enemy sisters children when they were sadly orphaned following that parents death in an era the family lived in effingham sorry his aircraft designs while they saw a need for strategic bombing to destroy germany's ability to construct their weapons of war meant femme bre the proposed structure demonstrated not only the required strength factor of six but reached a factor of eleven this can be seen in the interior hall of the USS constitution on display in boston harbor simply put the design makes use of shifted and the talk it collapsed the bomb was dropped from high altitude and accelerated under the influence of gravity to near soup pub bomb the time that was it an aircraft capable of carrying such a weapon so in addition to his detailed work on the weapon a few miles from where i was raised by now wallace had moved to the vickers across factory brooklyn's motor circuit and era driver in this way the resulting explosion would create on a faint similar to a powerful earthquake by creating strong shockwaves he designed a six engine aircraft that could carry it as well the victory boma made it to the wind tunnel but by then the lancaster had to be specially modified and after take off the wings bent up would six to eight inches more than usual what small upon its REI forty had those in the form of blockbuster bombs if alerted different concept that wallace had devised in that it had a very strong casing they was on their side as the time molly was struggling with mathematics as part of her degree calls and it was through mathematics that bomb structure and heart back to the work done by professor shoot who built the airship LS one nine hundred ninety nine a design which had it was a fantastic success and flew to canada and back but following the entirely avoidable crash of its sister ship the r one a one molly blocks while this was a shy man at a never been in love until he encountered molly they met through his father's remarriage was being modified to carry these monster weapon so this vast aircraft wouldn't be needed he's super bomb wasn't just a big weapon the release the lancaster would usually leap two or three hundred feet upwards these massive bombs took time to construct and the crew were told to bring the weapon back home rather than jettisoning int- when this occurred the bama would often have to divert surfaced to firstly upwards and then collapsed down into the space created nine as the trap door affect the it's as if that wasn't enough the explosion created massive cavins below the surface known as cam you flats which caused particularly since they were filled with hot molten topics explosive poured by hand into the base of the upturn casing after absolutely incapable of continuing to prosecute the wall now as a means to achieve this he developed a ten tonnes sue expedients the length is carried the ten tom weapon known as grand slam and the small five point one tonne toll boy to infrastructure that was previously considered untouchable some of the successful attacks were on such talk it says the so mueller rail tom who drop these bombs reported that the talk it structures often stood on damage by the detonation about then the crater collapsed the ground melting it in kettles the topics took a full month to coup so precious where these bombs that should assault he be abandoned the three guns known as the london gun which fired huge shells powered by rockets and accelerated by multiple challenges inside the is covered with over fourteen feet more than four meters of reinforced concrete were smashed open the nazi v completely blocking it heavily fortified v two launch sites were rendered useless bunkers destroyed a new boat pen to land at an airfield with very long runway to accommodate their extra weight this massive bomb could do remarkable damage tanks with large bombs could be effective but for quantity degree of accuracy that was beyond the may sophisticated bomb aiming systems the weapon that bonds wallace is best known for is of course the bouncing bomb more correctly known by its codename upkeep apps is immediately and subsequently exploded when fire spread to a magazine the death toll is over one thousand and a long slim guy will shape with an omelette pointed tip that was designed to penetrate deep below the surface of the earth role where a toll boy board through sixty feet that's eighteen meters of hillside to explode inside the rail tunnel last year entitled satirical bomb surfaced torpedo the idea was to ricochet or skip a bomb along the nineteen forty two that wallace began experimenting by skipping marbles over water tanks in his garden leading to his paper written in april all was housed inside a bunka within a hillside it was destroyed by tomboys fifty four rates again the shield asia via dont had no effect but one attack with a grand slam completely destroyed sections of the structure perhaps the most the germans knew that the dams might be susceptible to attack and had wisely fitted torpedo nets to protect them it was early in stratosphere chamber with the volume of some forty thousand cubic feet over eleven thousand cubic meters by the use of vacuum pump john wall the water in between would cushion and disperse the force of the explosion however should a mind be detonated in contact awar- wallace had been dispersed with vickers design office from brooklyn's to the nearby hill gulf clump but when peace was declared alta surface avoiding the torpedo nets until it came to rest directly against the side of a battleship or in this case a dam wall he returned to the main factory as the head of vickers armstrong research and development department and was based in the former motor circuits nineteen the size of the dams made them near impossible to destroy they were constructed from concrete and steel and the i was three quarters of a mile at one point two uh and peel water for steelmaking they sublime drinking water and water for the canal transport systems calculations indicated seven clubhouse here he and his staff worked on many futuristic aerospace projects including supersonic flight and variable theory in both aircraft and underwater designs such is the experimental rocket propelled torpedo code-named heyday in nineteen fifty along with his variable geometry wing designs such as the futuristic swallow concept tailless kroft he worked on the lemon aflaid efficient flight at speed ranges from subsonic to hypersonic and his understanding of supersonic aerodynamics led to research that son refrigeration units it could simulate the atmospheric conditions at seventeen thousand feet where the pressure was one twentieth of that at sea level temperature down to minus sixty five degrees centigrade many acronym for be tested within this chamber as well as marine vessels guns all talk it was the german battleship two pits hit by three total boys to dr hit some won miss that caused the ship to i five wallace agreed to act as consultant for the project to build the parkes radio telescope in australia some of the concepts he suggested were used oil and other goods thus avoiding surface weather conditions morava he's calculations indicated the power requirements for an underwater vessel solutions where others would shrug their shoulders in bewilderment wanted became a fellow of the royal society and was knighted in nineteen sixty almond tree wing designs he designed and had constructed an enormous atmospheric chamber then the largest in the world called the with the damn then the effect of the explosive would be amplified by the mass of water and reflected back a secondary shockwaves with devastating effect what lower than for a comparable conventional ship and they could be made to travel at a much higher speed he developed ideas for aircraft capable of it columba's thicker that space while his new that unless the explosive charge could be kept very close preferably in contact with the in the final design including the idea of supporting the dishes center the geodetic structure of the dish and the master equatorial control system sadly unhappy with the direction the project had taken wallace left the team halfway into the design study and refuse to accept aw there it would sink until much like a depth charge a hydrostatics pistol fired setting off the explosive the developer upped is one thousand pound consultant's fee in the nineteen sixties while as proposed using large cargo submarines to transfer there are a number of pumps named after this very british hero and even a beer amber ales bonds wallace d me in effingham from nineteen thirty until his death on the thirtieth of october nineteen seventy-nine he was buried alongside eighteen to donate the entire some to his alma mater christ's hospital school to set up the RAF foundation very nice very nice i only have to this one talk upkeep and the actual attack on the dem's of the rare fascinating story told in the next taylor to jerry eight he also received an honorary doctorate from the harriet wont university he was awarded ten thousand pounds for his wall underwrite the variable geometry design of the air intakes for conchords olympics five nine three engines his ideas were many work from the royal commission on awards to inventors but he's lasting grief at the losses that occurred in the dam busters attack cold taken from horace it reads seven from the with fleeting wing at noon on the day he was laid to rest avro vulcan bomber from six one seven squadron the dam busters flu i've had as a mark of arrived in high PA style bitter pit for a local hero who wants to live on bodily hill while is slipped with his unburied a brilliant craft designer with a flair for what we might glibly call thinking outside of the box he found it was a pretty smart man but i i have a question to questions actually you said he was from ethingham respect respect for a mind that all the allied nations so a great debt of gratitude is trust which to this very day allows the children of our af personnel killed or injured in action to attend the school had molly similari- chech- on his gravestone is an epitaph written in the latin language he never mastered supernet hamam through penn it is the motto of the christ's hospital bombs wellness foundation the dance of the room had been identified as an important strategic target even before the start of the second world war in addition to providing hydroelectric power sorry harry oh sorry okay sorry where the fringe on top and the other thing is what is wrong with the it's an old english words which we talk about anymore you said sorry join the coup dana has joined us on the on the stream is a newly qualified recently requalified pilots i think and you'll have to hang on let me see think shut up all the controls here yeah we we better not too much remember seeing starring surins work is that the way he pronounced the architects name cernan say his name craigslist aerostar in and i think okay in walls out there i don't understand what the angst is with the wall the wall was the dam wall you keep just hanging on your forthcoming words please congratulations alam thank you applause i'll fill everybody lived in if it's so that was a bad from ripley so that was a bad place to live because you said sorry right after you said he was living in effingham advair right our heads and the like even optic explorers made use of the facility to develop clothing for subzero temperatures yeah i think they're organizing coup apparently and they're getting reinforcements they were getting reinforcements i see somebody that's joined i need to re okay try i n need to myself okay let me you're just hanging the band my rim shot right now another great plain secret ballot i'm like i'm glad that i don't want interrupt the show at this point yeah we we're trying to get as much of the feedback knocked out as we can so but we do look for the affiliate everybody in on all the details it i've missed a couple of weeks and the next show tuck it out the ballpark type of job or the other is the people that are just completely i will that word i was just gonna use a head to stop myself are examined us so there was a lot less room for any mistakes of the way allowing for me to make no mistakes authorized pilot designate i think that's what it is anyways yeah so he had to have his observation of course the lovely government official was gone he said there are two types of check rides to give when i'm dealing with having well i i do have to admit that the glenn who's the APD for the day mentioned the airline earlier i don't think so now okay acme the APD for acme he is one of in the department one of the coolest clothes because the draw and had the FAA observing his certification or getting his certification while legs the the exam it it went very well dan is being so modest what you he's not telling you is that in these situations they want to pick the best of the best to be the people getting the others think ten or eleven APD's department now if even that many so there's only ten eleven events the entire year examiner examining me and he said either i liked the pilots that have their proverbial stuff together and they do a and it went it went pretty i'm pre- stoked i mean i i i i go into a lot more detail but i'll leave it with boots he's really laid back in in realistic and in down to earth so as fortunate to have him but one of the things he did say in when you know when the f a observed the AP or the was it authorized would say APD i don't know he's so did a very good job in knocked it out of the park i really really spent a lot of time preparing for it stressed me out beyond belief in yeah designated examiner for the airline so they have to be checked out reach yeah awesome pilot dude awesome politician uh-huh sipping on my first bourbon in relief of everything that happened over the past couple of weeks because there was a lot of work arabian actually i do i'm drinking something else in celebration begins with a b. but it's not be screwing it up is the best way just where it's clear cut it's not agree area per se where it's either they're doing a great job of sound you know get them done or but david when i was saying that i didn't have any beer i actually lied because i just remember the david did send me home from chicago with some beer and you really do need to because the people that are here with us in in the live chat room have a lot of fun and say a lot of derogatory things or just axum because they're just not doing a good job at all so fortunately i was on the good end of the spectrum they good f. o. that we both paul and he writes not sure why this never occurred to me before but i was listening to joe cocker's classic nineteen seventy album are the what's the name of that team that you like to watch on TV the football team who the new england patriots yeah that's it are they inoki oh and by the way david ogden and the crew in the chat room the live show here by the way if you're listening to this and you have not ever joined us when we record this live any lady and the letter so it's acme lady i guess and the letter which begins with the lyrics give me a ticket for an aeroplane see i stand corrected and i mean i'm really standing may read i read a roth mayweather lana lane sure that the APD has to get certified you know there's only eleven guy so only once per year so i of course judy doc rod so there's not going to be any issue whatsoever for the instructor pilot grading dana dana yeah just keep playing with air on this you told me i have to give you one of them dana i would love to have one as a matter of fact i do know somebody that has some other personal beverages so you'd really enjoy it but even worse than what i get from my crew in the audio portion believe it or not talk we're glad you're here with us to share that and look for him to you know here are more if you do i'm happy to be here as well and i'm for another nine months or at least get medical next week we'll have to wait and see that one but not nearly stressful as the government official watching over everything you doing slain new orleans laval ounce okay moving on with a producer of the show seems like there could be some kind of cosmic connection here yeah i think he's right the real reason i'm writing however is that i wanted to mention something i came across mad dogs and englishmen and couldn't help but think of your podcast not only does the album title immediately bring to mind PG but it also includes the song acne it's bourbon bourboule urban yes it was an interesting experience the first time in my entire flying career that i've had the salvo alpha zulu and was excited to find a very well written blog detailing the adventures of barry and sandra who are flying this aircraft around the world the the tulsa is something that you've not heard over there in the UK maybe not tulsa oklahoma grouses in my airplane spotting hobby back in july i noticed that a piper comanche with a new zealand registration had landed at our local airport k r v mark geographic entities i really identify with the story so a lot of fun and more well doing that thing at the place just down the road from where i live they are and i should be there sunday well there you go maybe we can work something out on sunday afternoon visit all fifty states i absolutely loved the story and the telling of it as well as a collector myself of states and airports and some other esoteric of the trip involved several fifty year anniversaries including the fiftieth anniversary of air venture in oshkosh perhaps you saw them there i don't remember seeing them to any of you else oklahoma air academy yeah yes the rest of us thank you yeah s. this got my attention as one does not normally expect to see in their own backyard a single engine light aircraft from a country that has seven thousand plus miles away what is car or the state but he knows somebody look that up all i'm talking i googled the tail number zulu kilo such tracking service as they continue this exciting adventure speaking of adventures congratulations dr steph on completing her quest to visit i did not actually put my feet on the ground so just curious dr staff for those states that you drove to on your trip for example oklahoma did you just pull into the okay i imagine that a that flying a light airplane around the world is very challenging chaldean energy challenging especially given the starting point i have i have that i need to make a trip over there and deliver all your alcoholic this meets you halfway okay well whatever we'll figure it out figure it out eventually okay are you okay you're not going to you right now as you're taking a sip of it when he's relieving him so oh wine beer one occasion i've gone out of my way to include a state that was near but not on my route of travel just to say i'd been there also i have had the criteria discussion many times parking lot somewhere and step out of the car and get right back in seems kind of silly on some level and yet i understand completely and would do the same thing that really was a fun story and thank you taught him as a sippy actually i you know the the criteria was just purely geographically hi that other than saas or something okay nothing oklahoma the musical only did they say that on the kind of new zealand but it sounds as though they are managing well as they currently make their way across russia i encourage anyone who is interested to check out their blog and to follow them on flight aware or other in more ways than you know start going to have a breakdown right now on the show a hope to be this and they have some other interesting news i'll talk on a different chuck i'm hoping to be there as well i'm supposed to be back from baltimore on sunday so they grow oh thank goodness i was hoping he'd directors i was just assuming you're growing grass nowadays i was embarrassed for you but i didn't want to correct you sure yeah the states i spend the least amount of time and were south dakota arrived there from joe from fargo about sixty miles south at midnight just across the border bad and also mississippi flew into memphis okay moving bomber bomber bomber i never heard him say it like that but that's when i had my meet up there that's what i was told okay on the show live well no it's legal in some growing grouse legal in oklahoma i don't know if it's there but in a lot of places the rail to don't worry everything's okay it's it's not an emergency situation yeah she's trying to sell her place and the i have a fairly liberal definition of what constitutes having been in state as this helps my talia bit but i do hope to get back to those states that i have passed through but in which okay hey this this next one item number six is from ABC community producer unites she's still listening she descended message sorry see the berry sandra does not hang is richard l jones junior so that's as much time as they spend more time in you need to spend more time in mississippi stuff come on doesn't everyone yes i've spent elephants have come on the musical i don't know all the words to the musical sorry okay you're very sad i know i am you know i love you okay the title of her feedback is used toledo city council approves airport name-change okay eugene f crohn's toledo express airport he was born in toledo and graduated from central catholic high school now all that's left the airport for someone who she loves let me read this toledo city council on tuesday voted unanimously to officially change the name of the toledo express airport to the surface because in georgia i can go grass grow go grass can grow its way but it ain't the kind you're talking about fella reading out of her house we're we're seeing a lot of back chat conversation there because well she just needs to leave her house for some flattop haircut haircut and the dapper mission vests of different styles and materials made by his wife maria no marta kranz for his flight director now i mean if it gets this is i don't know if this is pretty impressive so i think are you talking about marijuana grass is that what you're talking about i just gross i'm talking to a hard time growing grass my backyard okay moving on this recreational 'cause this is why we get so bogged hand AP g. show producer both she's a double producer her name is liz liz piper you may have heard of her by the way liz is scott point of nasa tough and competent of the kranz dictum now i never oh she ends great to see he's getting recognition oh why is toledo such a such a deer place to live and dear to her heart well it's because they're naming missions a personal friend of the american astronauts of his time kranz remains a prominent colorful figure in the history of US manned space exploration the embodiment down when we just have fun talking just smiling good and every element of the program was in trouble and so were we the simulators were not working mission control was behind in virtually every area and the flight and test procedures changed that killed gus grissom ed white and roger chaffee crowns made the following addressed the gathering the kranz dictum in which is expression of values and admire realtors coming by with the client and they said we don't want anything to dissuade them from buying this property so you need to get out of it still the federal aviation administration to authorize the name change gene kranz was an iconic figure in the early space program flight director to both gemini and apollo things would come together by launch day when in our hearts we knew it would take a miracle we were pushing the schedule and betting that the cape would slip before we did honeyman mississippi is a great place for that i think drag us back up to fifty percents i'm sorry it's the corners this is jonathan sign daily nothing we did had any shelf life not one of us stood up and said damage stop i don't know what thompson's committee will find the 'cause they were doing investigation of this but i know what i find we are the cause we were not ready we did not do our job we were rolling the dice helping the from this day forward flight control will be known by two words tough and competent tough means we are forever accountable means we will never take anything for granted we will never be found short in our knowledge and our skills mission control will be perfect when you leave this meeting today mishmash of for future spaceflight are his legacy to nasa spaceflight will never tolerate carelessness incapacity and neglect somewhere somehow we screwed up it could be dictum de ICT UM kranz called a meeting of his branch and flight control team on the monday morning following the apollo one disaster in design build or test whatever it was we should have caught it we were too gung-ho about the schedule and we locked out all the problems we saw each day in our work for what we do or what we failed to do we will never again compromise responsibilities every time we walk into mission control we will know what we stand for competent with the naming of the airport after him i've never heard of the kranz dictum have you all heard of this i have i have not okay so vaguely route yeah his best known for directing the successful efforts by the mission control team to save the crew of apollo thirteen he is also noted for his close cut the atlanta rival i have a problem you've been seeing how we always have to say hey larry larry wasn't my fault you know i had a bad childhood yep or whatever no this is like we're taking responsibility we screwed up and it cost the lives of three by the way if you're making an approach must be quite hunt because you're gonna have to say eugene go to your office and the first thing you will do there is to write tough and competent on your blackboards it will never be erased each day when you men all right anyway toledo thank you liz were educating us on the the cran's now the room these words will remind you of the price paid by grissom white and chaffee these words are the price of admission to the ranks of mission control so as a mention they voted to change the name of the airport and little disappointed that they didn't name it for jamie farr but tower that usually works yeah whoever's listening to my voice at this moment clear me the land please but each larry oh yes okay we're not gonna go into politics no one i say no he played clinger on mash clinger was from toledo ohio when we go on to little rock we don't say the bill and hillary clinton international airport control tower this is you know there's no such thing as a balloon pilot and i have to say that only one person on the APD crew expressed their feelings about this roll well some strong arts other means race the reflected in more of our daily life nowadays you just move onto the next not no no we're going to continue but near the end of episode three ninety-one for the first time i had to frown and shake my head while listening to the podcast when captain yeah well his character was i don't know jamie is actually oh i think this one should be read cran salida express apple approach this is me one two three tedious i think we'll do the same thing that we will that we read this part and then you can read your response okay yeah we one of our pre our recent episodes was entitled i've been listening for a couple of years now and it makes my long drive to work much more pleasant and the funding is i never speak to anyone about ABC and and the fun thing is nick said some unfriendly things about balloon pilots did he has a sad face as i am both a fixed wing pilot and a balloon pat so did you get my jamie farr reference i think steph probably did not look going to actually scrolling through articles to see if i missed something correction here so let me say what he did as i am both a fixed wing pilot and as well as a balloon pilot let me tell and here we go hi ABC captains doctors and listeners there are such things as balloon pilots first of all let me tell you i really appreciate the wonderful ABC podcast it let me tell captain nick a few things about ballooning history learns us the true pioneers in aviation's engulf VA brothers he made a short flight over the city of paris reaching up to three thousand feet but a year earlier the first ever flying living creatures were a sheep duck and a rooster i i never speak to anyone about a BG and listening to it every week so in a way you are my secret friends in which i share our common disease a PG syndrome some points is much harder than learning to fly a plane much has to do with the enormous mass inertia of a balloon a small balloon can easily have a capacity of one hundred have you been on that side of the state border not how but i do find lots of places to a while okay is it didn't mean to say liz is gonna kill me i hope she's not listening hoping that she's not watching or listening to the show at this moment the very precisely up two inches when flying close to the ground now as we don't have any means of controlling the direction of flight we can use upper wins directions they by the honorable captain nick leeson is a drive to read it all it is quite or or maybe no what a ballooning a pretty much started my fixed-wing training in the same period as my ballooning flight training back in nineteen ninety four and i can tell that even as easy as ballooning may seem learning to fly a balloon us and to write it in my office setting i mean talking about like what's the thing today you know you're going to blame it on somebody else of your english humor okay and moving on hopefully not getting you aboard too much with my feeback let me tell you something about the now that one hundred thousand cubic feet probably meaning that okay meaning that the effect or climb or descent of a burner blast from the basket brad arousa became the first abana travel through the air and thus the world's first pilot and the hot air balloon made by the i have a feeling that a. m. e. l. is not english is not his first language i believe or maybe just a bad and drove across the word got out of the car took a picture with the finances to be and then drove to virginia from there even small local weather effects can help steer a balloon okay we can't make a rate one turns or fly from one airport to another but that's the romantic aspect of ballooning making them the world's first test pilots didn't you PT amount that yes is it okay but if you get back north plain tales captain neka few things about ballooning history tells us that teaches us that the true pioneers in aviation were balloonists in seventeen eighty three but meteorological meteorologist depend a lot on their own observations i'm just trying to read between the lines here nowadays ballooning is an air sport with an excellent asian bloom you might find a great hobby for years to come after you're a well-deserved retirement wishing you all the oh yes honey as a romantic flying into the unknown makes every flight special adventurous on top of that balloon pilots are excellent lovers away do have to have a license to fly a balloon training as well organized and you even need a commercial pilot license to fly passengers active cereal with directv asst it only takes place ten up to even twenty seconds after the blast all depending on load outside temperature once you've developed that's specific feeling of the balloons behavioral bloom can behind not much no way way we're not arguing this anymore now stop trying to get this out of the way he's gonna make a point for his ignorance or unawareness about a challenge for him and invite him to come fly with me and my balloon and give him his first ballooning lesin captain you can find a lot of small yeah it's still he's still trying to catch up and by the way i think i remember him saying he's from the netherlands or something so i think maybe there was something lost in the translation safety record and commercial operators fi hundreds of thousands of passengers around the world giving them the absolute best views from the sky wow i didn't realize there were that many and yes captain nick tells a little bit i mean you feel relieved you happy you're you're good for another nine months does a beer poop in the woods a beer as relief oh bear next hop over on the north sea and pay visit to our low countries fly with me and my balloon up a new way and get that great feeling of ancient moaning refresher courses as well as two yearly proficiency checks are mandatory i guess i have to wrap up now i don't really blame captain and now he's trying to kind of make sweeter and not so bad wishing you all the best from the netherlands keep the blue side up wins and many happy landings to come and apply i said thanks a lot and i'm sure jeff will enjoy reading a town on the show because he likes embarrassing you did oh i was pulling your balloon pilots leg here know nick PS i was right wasn't i you can only go up down from emi l. octa burg a balloon pilot owning in your on a nick i don't think he having only innings left wait a minute does that mean he's embarrassed to tell people he listens to increasing this to shoot up okay let's try this one away lobby too frightened that we ended up in the no see if we i i did she reply you did i did reply i know when i read his email i'm thinking oh boy oh boy nick is going to get a kick out of this because yes nick has done PBS playing tales about aerostat so i know quite busy busy now he's a relatively new listener he uh radio roger my feedback concerns a flight my wife took from los angeles to new york on acne or in a very similar airline to set the scene the flight was late pushing back from the gate at LAX because of delays JFK so there was clearly pressure on the crew to take off as soon as possible while the slang was still on the ground the woman sitting next to my wife turned and asked is this flight going to los angeles disturbing questions since the flight was leaving away by the bulkhead behind her seat my wife worried enough about this woman's mental state flagged down a flight attendant the crew then escorted this lady way there are other oddities what she was saying she continued to express concern about her carry on luggage despite repeated assurances that it was tucked our wacky or his wacky english humor i guess you could call it an half english yes that s english speaking to the back of the plane for discussion after that the decision was made i assumed by the captain to return to the gate even though they were running late and take the woman off the flight my question to the AP crew is have you ever had to remove a passenger who may be disoriented or emotionally or mentally disturbed but was not created even said i think i sent something to grant or said something in my tweet about the fact that the that episode was being released and i said in my tweet i apologize taken over your shoulder i find unusual that an australian com instantly react to know i'm really surprised the problem for others how would you handle such a situation and you have a mental health professional on call just as you have a physician on call in case of a medical personally to grant mccarron title he's got a great sense of humor so i'm sure that he'll come up with something funny and response mm-hmm family show okay liz is still with us somewhere she must be holed up somewhere outside of her home because he actually gave us the morning that we have fifteen minutes a guy who does our great introductions radio roger stern he says some email no some audio feedback that's what i mean to say okay here you're on it's not anything that i did wrong slept on our show so i was just about to ask you do you have any idea how much time we have left but let's keep forging on with another producer of our show and also the if well played by either grant hasn't listened to that yet or is well played by grants because he knows that by not refunding that will make you even more off and i'll explain to you in the private chat i don't get it either so very to explain it to all of us okay father father's nause right emergency anyway thought it was an interesting subject this is radio ranch you're over and out honestly roger i thought you were going to ask us if that was dr st it has to be has to be roger that did something wrong sorry writer which i forgot the pressure gradings APD crew your mother is a english okay okay we're moving on lebanon all right here we go family show ladies and easy i haven't had to have that discussion with anybody as of yet fortunately a however certainly the belligerent passenger to be removed from any of my flights dana have you no i mean as far as the psychological people upset with him do we know we never heard from granted we didn't i was going to kill me i poke in the bath off but apparently not that wasn't your so being removed from the aircraft yeah is it sometimes stuff enjoys her beers a little bit too much let's just say i time it was it was really great hearing from you all and and we're not i mean i'm glad that you took it the wrong way but now i think you understand it was just a never had this situation dana probably has all kinds of issues like this so far yeah but i've never had anybody like crazy having hanging in ended up in a an english and i'll let you think about that for second now potent and bone in england so i started alcohol related situations that they were removed so that's it so i don't know i don't think we have anybody on our staff that is like a license no i don't recall us having a particular expert in that field available to us the few asians we've had people who have been a bit odd is often turned out to be illegal substances they consumed and not i'm sorry i'm just kidding do you did you do you know anything about the behind the scenes kinda things that might be going on at at your old airline virgin uh-huh i don't know increase it good looking i'm sorry i'm not referring to me no no i haven't that's what i would say as well nick do you recall i know as men awhile since you've flown as a pilot for an airline that do you recall anything about your career tread lightly on this because is a sensitive topic but the the thing that would come to my mind on that would be anybody maybe there's more of a social issue nowadays because of because of there's a new norm so i don't know but i i thank him for coming back because otherwise that whole episode with passed unremarked and it would have been a great waste of referencing certain apparatus on a person's body or how about somebody whose crazy good-looking go yeah will they take me off the airplane all the time the only two instances so far have been those two alkyl hall am i going to say alcoholic but that's not probably the right term themselves are unable to behave themselves during the flight SEC decision you just go back to the gate and more importantly your you have the you're crazy to a goldfish service animals that may or may not be yeah i think i think most of the cases of those are just people trying to transport their pets unst psychologists psychiatrists whatever in our enhancing who would convene the security team when right jeff i mean that would be my my my guess right the motion will support animals just came to me so you know that's showing that there's more of an issue out there i don't know if it's really people trying to skate around a few times that has happened it's often something like we've got deportees who do some really weird stuff eight professional so i don't know i can't say that whether people are crazy you're not crazy but there are a lot of people in observation that are now traveling with these thank you all for your input hopefully that answered your question radio roger anything else before we move onto ramiro questions for captain neck more than likely the case that you're you're saying jeff no ever i think realistically you know there's a trend towards a lot more teammates come on these social social that's probably the wrong word on not social the the the mm assessed by someone and then you can make a decision where they can solve the meek fly over the next hour flight if it's in the then the general feeling is is that are being created because of this and i don't know if those people are truly an again i i say this in a proclaimed this i am not a what's the word i'm getting i'm actually really thought but i've been up since four thirty this morning so the system or whether those people i'm not a person to judge my father would have been because that's what his profession warns us a psychologist but the some of these people we've reported we've reported on it in the past and talking about i think it was a little little horse there was recently on on on the show talking about yeah this is a problem when you carry on because you're going to create more hassle by turning around than you would you just plowed on your destination but with playing games so tracy with that come into play that's really one explain yeah so hopefully it's not more instances on if he yell and scream too much yeah exactly you know in in these these pets that come on it's emotional spoils like to bite people i mean there's all types first of all my first question why did captain jeff ask you to be a host on the show next one i have been listening to podcasts for more than two years now and have not heard you mentioned flying any other type okay now you can answer no okay and that's generally speaking to get themselves right off the airplane so they went up being reported in i in i was hoping to ask captain nick a few questions he does such a great job with his plane tales and has done a few where his where he interviews interesting people i would social instability i'm seeing it especially with with people coming up that the only thing they don't have socializes with a phone or a computer or a TV set for and not pay anything for the service i'm guessing got mike it's as well but again i'm not in the one be if your airline career had gone in a different direction and you ended up coming out of the air force then hired to fly the triple seven or seven forty seven a genuine mental problem if it happens on the ground it's red and you think that might be dangerous thank you don't mind i hang on i need to finish this game on my phone for a move on i don't actually games on my phone okay position to make that judgment yeah that's transfer we can act you know we can have our personal opinions on it in the certainly at its i'm not much better life on the other side both in the quality life would you be a fan of boeing aircraft or is there something about them that you truly dislike now i think as i've said before as professional pilot you put on the do you miss about being an airline captain aeroplane getting off me okay what tossed captain jeff now i'm just kidding because he's brilliant no he says i hope everybody is doing everyone is doing well for this during your airline career do fly any other aircraft types besides the three thirty and the a three forty okay i'll move on yeah i actually love the mad dog but truthfully that's really i've ever phone acne and i've heard that a lot of my distinguished gentlemen friends the uniform given you fly the airplane in front of you it really doesn't matter i'm sure after a while you get used to anything so i eventually got used like to turn the tables on him if he will indulge and ask him the questions this time ask press okay sorry i didn't is the one thing that you do not miss about being do not miss about being an airline captain everything else us and i think partly because you now familiar with it you feel more comfortable with it and you're happy to say this do you fly in this you become very comfortable with an intended like it far more excellent item to actually i guess miss the money it is i still think now it's a it's a highly captain and it's often you guys were play slightly gos- and there'd be some cia cleveland the floor and he would look and say oh how captain okay am i misreading something here already okay retired for a while what is the number one zero is thinking what is the number one thing is a great airplane but just like you're saying exactly no flash bang i wouldn't really know what the baseline so the captain's job to put his hand in this greasy hull and fumble abound until you found all full pins and by the time you put your hand out was that question number three he's trying to squeeze an extra question there but notice he's cheering for sure HR will be contacting you now a good leader and not everybody does that and or can doesn't have right those around you you had they they were pleased that your knowledge them 'cause you know the big almighty captain took time to talk to me and i'm just a flock and they would you tell if you spend a few moments chatting to them and just said oh hi how's he get on excetera you kind of felt like the type of flying that we have available and also the ability in the usability of the equipment i mean you get to know the secrecy of of the equipment yeah you have a big nose now sir yeah cinema thing i miss about being captain it was black with greece oh yeah that was the bad in what are you doing it's the captain's job to make sure all the pin the doing the job when you got four stripes is very nice to be able to receive element of admiration and to oh we have a little locker on the floor of the airbus a. where we used to keep the gear pins and it was coming especially the trumpet players probably the most talented pilots out there and anyway so he sent us a link to this thing do you know i downsize profession opinion but that's it it's a biased boeing boing boing boing boing in that is very true nick i mean that i look in jeopardy also talented in other ways and one of those ways for some of us is music and many pilots out there many the good one is out while glad that that's not a jumper gracie 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Bill Cunningham 7/21/20

Bill Cunningham

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Bill Cunningham 7/21/20

"The. Billy Cunningham the great American. Food after noon. The tries to get ready for more nights events starlight drive in movie theater, the Reds Baseball actually. GonNa play tonight. Play tomorrow off on Thursday back out Friday. Saturday and Sunday and later on with more information on the indictment of Speaker of the house, Larry Householder, and of course to my denard, good friends so shits guest of Scott Sloan. We'll see what happens there. Floating and we'll see what occurs, but first of all so much stuff going on with employment and covert and whole foods and black lives matter the maybe the roles employment exchange. What happens if you're at work and you find out someone is is covid nineteen infected, and your employer does or does not take adequate measures. What do you do and if you're working or whole foods is somewhere else in. Someone walks in an employee with trump shirt on your sent home. Black lives matters different, so the employment law is all over the place. Plus of course tomorrow night is a tremendous event that. Reds Community Fund puts on with Randy. freaking the best is when it comes to employment. Law Is Randy frigging so I ran freaking welcome again to the bill Cunningham show and Randy. How are you? Good how you doing just keeping a low profile. That's what I do of course dealing with this indictment this morning of the speaker of the House Larry Householder. Good friend Scott Sloan. Do you know that guy at all? I do not know him. I was stunned by that news. I heard a I saw something on twitter this morning. Absolutely stunned stunned. You Know I. Guess yesterday so now the words Randy I'd be careful tomorrow. You never know what might happen in life, but all my. Better Watch out. I was wondering why. The US Attorney's Office going my office I just got a buzz that someone within FBI jackets, cutting my front lawn and somebody's somebody's uplift whole. KEILLOR's. Good or bad, but I'd be careful if me and you never know what happens tomorrow. Anyway, let's talk own serious about. Several issues of course one slowly talked about this morning. Is What happens when you're at whole foods or somewhere else and you wonder. Express yourself politically on 'cause. Can Employers Pick and choose which causes employees are allowed to advertise on company so to speak where. Well, Cam they probably yes, well, you know a private employer can do things like that it's it's a dumb idea. You know the the basic rule in a workplace. Try to apply things consistent consistently so either. Let people where. where their NFL t shirts. They're black lives. T shirts or anything else, but you know if you let one group do it I. Don't think it makes sense to not let you know the not let another group I would imagine if somebody showed up in a whole foods and Kenwood worrying a trump pence, t shirt likely there would be customers at whole foods that don't WanNa shop there, because probably half the American people hate the idea of trump getting reelected, but on the other hand. Blocked lives matter is something we all believe in that black lives matter. INC that is the fundraising arm, which is the Marxist that run it. Many of us don't believe in that, and so I don't know why. An employee herb would want to get involved in politics at all because you're gonNA. Piss off, somebody on either side of the fence. Right I think most most employers want business from everybody right, yeah! and so you know if I was advising an employer, I would tell them just you know either allow people to wear whatever they want to wear or heavy uniform or a dress code you know. dress codes are perfectly lawful. One concern I have is whether or not. Allowing, one group, the where these shirts and not others may may lead to a discrimination suit or some sort. because there could be a adverse impact. I mean this is new stuff, but if it turns out that one race is allowed to wear. A particular shirt more than another race. That can be a real can of worms I could see a whole foods employees that believes in the second amendment or against abortion, wanting to wear things that promulgated their particular personal political belief that may be at odds with other employees of other beliefs, when I was more actively involved in the chicken wing business what I wanted to do was sell the chicken wings to everybody, and so even though I have a kind of a right wing attitude in life and many things, except when it comes to social issues. I'm awfully moderate. I did not want my employees to talk politics. I wanted to sell chicken wings. Well, you know. Willie I I learned at a young age esther Bob freaking. Told me when I was about eight years old, never talk religion or politics. And I think that's a good philosophy life, right? If? You can avoid talking in social. Circles do so you'll get along with people a lot better. I think employers. Should avoid politics or religion in the workplace. Now Randy. FREAKING, since you're the preeminent employment lawyer in the tri-state, if not the nation when I get questions about cove, nineteen at work I often refer them to you or I, try to answer them if you're out an employment situation and you feel uncomfortable working there because the employer has not taken adequate steps to keep you from getting infected, and then you're infected, is a cause of action as an employee. You might have against your employer. Who's not protected you? You know I, doubt it very seriously willie only because it's very hard to pinpoint. where the Kobe came from. You know if I get diagnosed tomorrow. And I've been in my workplace all day today. Can I prove. I got it here, can you? I I think it's a stretch. I doubt very seriously you could prove it. And masking masking is the biggest thing going on right now and iheartmedia required to wear masks unless we're on the air, in which case alone, we don't like right now. I'm not wearing a mask that I'm GonNa Studio by myself but. To walk the hallways. You gotTa have a mask on, and we can't have any guest. Come in of any type any point, but some employees say you know what we got. Two or three employees might say I have asthma. I have an excuse for my doctor I'm CLAUSTROPHOBIC. What else whenever it might be well? That's exactly right well. If there is a medical condition, governor winds, order excludes medical conditions. I've got a client with COPD. That, was told by a major retailer in town that she could. She had to wear a mask. She would be suspended without pay. which is totally against his order that orders very clear if you have a medical condition. That allows you that prevents you from wearing a mask. Then you're allowed not to wear a mask in the workplace. That's very clear and that's one of those disability. Things is also something you can hang out on that one. Yes, the the Klein I represent now we were following EEOC charge of disability discrimination because her medical condition it. Would cause a lot of problems if she had to wear a mask all the time and I just don't understand why. They can't accommodate those things there's there's gotta be something. They can do that her or allow to work someplace else without a mask. So if you do have a medical condition, go to your employer, you know preferably with a doctor's note that says worrying a mask. could impair your health and the employers should allow you to work without the mask in the employment law area are these the most difficult times to be in this line of work as a as a business type attorney where you? You have numerous questions from employers. What can I do what I can't do? What can I allow what I don't allow? Then you have the issue on the other side of the offensive employees about forty to fifty percent of us are spooked in a sense of freight to go outside. We don't want to go to work. We're scared. Had On nice shopkeeper from Glendale a woman who told me that she spent her life building up his gift business in Glendale, and now so many employees at so many customers and I would assume majority of females do not want to come in to buy knickknacks and gifts and special. Special items because they're frightened of going out and customers have expectations when they go into a store. Are these the best of times and Employment Law some of the worst? These are some of the worst I think Willie and really the. What's what's making our phone ring off? The Hook is all the layoffs are occurring. You know whenever there's massive layoffs. In my experience, anyway, it tends to be. The older workers. particularly older females that get chosen for layoffs. People with health conditions. In tough times I think biases and discriminatory intent or kind of reveal revealed. It's very easy to be a great employer when things are growing very good right right, but when times get tough. Employers make some bad decisions so. We we have. Any number of people calling our office these days about getting. You know allegedly wrongfully terminated, so we've got look into it to see if they're chosen for the wrong reason, these are good times and bad times, and let's get on to what's happening tomorrow night. It's starlight drive in movie, theater and a meal. Oh thank you Willy Wonka Baron. The Baron let's talk about something positive I can't first of all is a long suffering. Reds Baseball Fan. Can you believe reds? Baseball is going to be on tonight. It's going to be an exhibition game then. They actually played baseball for real on Friday. Can you believe it? I was so excited to watch a game on Sunday Chris Welch the creeper behind the mass of behind the MIC. It was fantastic. Yes, it's real. It's going to happen. Match. Time tells me will actually occur. He tells me that. You know we miss. Marty Brennaman and I've got great news Marty Brennaman is coming to the starlight drive in tomorrow night. He's GonNa Arrive Around Eight. The Gates Open. It's seven. And just just before dusk. We're GONNA have the eighteen sixty nine red stockings come out of the field. They're going to be really a little baseball. Eighteen sixty nine red stockings will be there. Marty will be there with Amanda. And right after we do a little trailer. We're going to do an interview with Marty. They'll be a trailer for a new documentary short and sweet about two minutes, but it'll put tears in your eyes. I guarantee. I've watched it several times. I've cried every time. And then we've got field of dreams on the big screen. And it all benefits, the Reds Community Fund Willie Opening Day Eve Dot Com. It's a great fundraiser to replace our annual opening day Eve Party. We had a kind of Take a detour, so we went from Roselawn to Amelia. And the drive in is not too far from the intersection of i-275 and route one twenty five, so it's a good time. Tickets are fifty dollars. Every penny goes the Reds Community Fund, and you get a car load, so you know two people. Twenty five bucks apiece is a great concession. Stand You can bring in non alcoholic drinks and food you get the lawn chairs out. feel good about yourself. It's going to be a beautiful night. I've talked to various weather officials. They guarantee me. It's GonNa be a good night tomorrow night, and this is open to the general public to get to meet the hall of Famer so to speak in wintertime. He's relaxed. He's taking an easy. You know one of the best things you do in this business. You know when to come, and you know. Know when to go, and the hall of Famer left at the end of last season with all the glory. Now this season's all messed up, so it hadn't come out of hiding to the Melia. starlight drive in movie theater with the First Lady of broadcasting is a great event. It's open to the public much time. Diamond wants to know how to get tickets. And what time is to start tomorrow night Wednesday night. Gates open up at seven PM Tickets are available at opening day Eve dot com. You can purchase the tickets when you get to the box office tomorrow night, but we prefer if you do it online. There's a great silent auction and you know Willie Mardi got great. Timing is very first game. Hank Aaron Ties Babe Ruth Right Number One. inning. Under. Nineteen, seventy four and April was as good as his last call for some forty six years. He never lost a fastball. I'll tell you what Marty is the best. I I think he's right up there with Vince. Kelly. As one of the greatest baseball announcers of all time. Give me your prediction this year. You might recall Randy freaking nineteen nineteen. The Spanish flu was going on killing in today's numbers. Two million Americans here. We are about one hundred one years later. We got another pandemic going on. There's been some one hundred and thirty five million Americans have died and the nonetheless this is the time the reds perform best in economic and historically tough times, and these are tough, which is why I think the reds are going to win the world series this year. I don't think there's a question about. Ordering about world series tickets, they're gonNA win about forty out of sixty. Yes. And I think it's going to be like nineteen ninety. There was a little delay in nineteen ninety before they went wire to wire. Yes, in fact, I was about ten or fourteen day delay. And then they think they opened up nine one and went all the way and every now and then the replay. What happened in one, thousand, nine, hundred ninety? It fills me with emotions. I can adequately express. Express, but once again tomorrow night's the big event. starlight Amelia, the home of barons to seventy five, and then go north, and which is Beach Mon- Avenue One twenty five, and you're running of starlight, and I want to wish you and yours. Randy freaking nothing, but the best back. You Willy good talking to you and stay safe I'm GONNA strategy say unindicted. Thank you very much perfect, thank you. Randy freaking. Thank you very much, and we'll get your reaction. Five, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand. I don't have to fear my guest. Tomorrow might be indicted. Because Randy freaking will not but Larry Householder speaker. The House after a lengthy investigation by the FBI was lassoed this morning at a farm in Perry County along with several others including a Matt Borjas. There's going to be a news. Conference held about two thirty this afternoon. We. I don't think we're going to cover it. We're going to try to cover the story. A little bit plus covert and more line becomes available, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, seven, hundred, eighteen, t, what did Scott, slow, know. and. When did he know it on newsradio seven hundred that we. Billy Cunningham it of course yesterday. I had on Larry Householders guest, talking about covert nineteen. He comes on once or twice a month I had no idea this was going to happen, but someone is traveling up seventy one as I speak to cover the news conference at two thirty and Sharon coolidge of the inquire and Sharon coolidge. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show Sharon. Where are you now exactly? I am. I mean in the Coolidge right-lane go by the outlets. Five. So! You had no idea this morning. At about twelve forty in the afternoon, you'd be traveling up seventy one to cover a news conference in which the Speaker of the House is being indicted on his sixty million dollar bribery charge. Does this come as a shock? What. It really does. I heard something was coming today and I could only guess. Like what that might be and plus. Horror Right. I had know I was going to be this. Coating their media accounts daffy. The FBI had wired up some undercover FBI agents who met with householder to talk about the first energy deal which as I recall. We voted on something a couple years ago. That would've so-called bailed out I energy and they were operating to nuclear power plants in fact I think Cleveland Browns stadium is first energy, and so this energy company was handing out money like it was free and I imagine that they're alleging that. Larry Householder took about sixty million dollars in bribes. If you're going to sell yourself out, that's sell your soul for sixty million dollars. That's a large amount of money. So what's going to be happening at two thirty today Sharon Coolidge? Two points on that you want to say so far. the federal authorities have not named for energy the media. It's not hard to connect the dots when you look at the five people involved were arrested today. All the things that we're hearing Kinda have led that's it. You know people are connecting the dots so far. The feds did not work for. The other thing is when you say bail out. This story is so important because of that. When all this money flows, and who's GonNa about power, and you know doing all of this the citizens of this. Are Bailing them out. We all have to help cover out still sick says everybody has to help pay in our energy bill for these nuclear plants. All of these things. The people who got fleas here? Are Ohio citizen. And that's where the veil outcomes from it why everyone really needs to care about then. Believable, but there there's alleged corruption and racketeering. I just go to words from the press release. Conference today and so what it means is that we pay every month I had duke energy I imagine part of my bill, which may start looking at more closely some money and the money that I pay every month to do. Energy goes to bail out first energy's nuclear power plants, and there was so much money. All of us pay a little bit, and I guess the extra money paid every years tens of millions of dollars, but to get that. That passed you had a grease. The skids in Columbus and at that point Larry Householder was the skids degrees because this guy was in charge, he he was, he was taking the money and I. Think the point is laws that you brought up so well is that it's one thing if individuals commit corrupt acts, and they're benefiting in someone else's screwed. Blue tattooed and barbecued, but in this case we actually voted on it now. The words were. Mad Gorgeous I think he was on the householder side, and I had somebody on the other side, and by the time I got two interviews, and I'm somewhat good at this. I had no idea what the hell what was good. What was bought right? What was wrong? We're bailing out. Nuclear power plants was all about it was all about jobs. It's all about providing tens of thousands of high winds with clean energy, and so if you talk about jobs and clean energy, I'd in favor of that, but the other side said that it was wrong to do it. In the way it was being done so the House and the Senate put it on the ballot. On the ballot, but I wonder how many people voted on that issue knowing the INS and outs of both sides I'd say hardly anybody. I mean the INS and outs are so complicated and it's. GOING TO BE SORTED OUT TODAY WE'RE GONNA. Talk about how this all this money flow. I can tell you the inquirer. Is it company along with the Columbus dispatch? We're all working together and there's a lot of reporters eyeballs on what's happening. There's at one o'clock today. We've got twenty minutes. We're GONNA THE FIRST APPEARANCE In court for all these people besides people and just in the land of Kelvin. Some reporters have been invited to some sort of public call. It's the first time we're going to hear the actual charges. That are being brought against these people, and then there's going to be a two-thirty press conference. Which I'm hoping at some point in between, we'll see indictments unsealed. Affidavit attached and all of the details you know in those court documents that's going to be really important between this one and two thirty timeframe really getting to know what's going on because we just we know some people don't have a lot of facts and I wonder where the tentacles go. Who got the rest of the money? And I would imagine the FBI cording to the Columbus dispatch had undercover FBI agents who met with householder and Clark. He's one that Neil Clark is the founder of Grant Street consultants once called by USA Today? One of the best connected lobbyists in Columbus, and this is all about Republican power politics in Columbus, who got paid who didn't get paid? And of course there's GonNa be tremendous pressure now on Larry Householder to resign. The Republican Party I spoke to someone know that said to me sometime today or tomorrow Jane Templeton the chair the Republican. Party is going to call for the resignation of Larry Householder, but then if you're a politician like Tamayo Denard or like Madigan in Illinois another energy scandal, you want to use your office as a chit to get a better deal because you want to say okay. GimMe a better deal and I'll resign, and that would be despicable. That s kind of like harm inflicted upon tobacco, because you can't use a public office as a chat to get out of trouble, it is what it is. Let the chips fall where they may. So you think there's going to be tremendous pressure on Larry? Householder today Tamar to resign. I definitely think that coming along with media, some more scrutiny on how bill? It's GonNa be on is this? Are they going to allow it to? You know he is the law of Ohio. Were all detained with all of this going on I? Mean I think we're GONNA. See some real scrutiny. Come back And look at that kind of money and what happens? I this is going to involve you know politics at the highest level in our state. In the coming. Back because. I just sent another check to pay Duke Energy. I don't know what part of my bill want to want. The want to first energy, but I would imagine that all of us continue to pay every day now I don't recall if we put that in the constitution or whether it was the statue, but either way if it's in the constitution is to go through the process of voting again if we simply put it as an initiative statute. The lawmakers can take it away, but I don't know which it is, but it is wrong that we taxpayers are involved indirectly in a criminal enterprise that some of the tax payers who actually pay their utility bill or unwittingly funding illegal operations in Columbus and that is despicable. It really I mean if you compare it to the dinar taste, which of course she's already pleaded guilty again. Wiretaps I think when being. The feser, not afraid right, we are in Cincinnati. We're seeing people come in FBI was. Expertise on corruption and nothing around stay good. Lido we they both seen. City leaders get in trouble? In recent years, They're really looking at this Salva corruption in this state and I think this is probably a big wake up. Offer a lot of people. I'm suspecting since I. Have you here a? What's the status of Patrick? What's his name? Just lost losses last name Patrick the Special Prosecutor investigating the gang of five. Now. How question I spent some time yesterday looking around, and now that taking awfully long I don't know Patrick Hanley. He's. Of course, one of the gang of five was tomorrow Denard, and she was the chief of staff to PG, sit and felt for many years, and so I would imagine because I know her attorney fairly well. She's completely cooperating with the feds about the corruption. Per possibly there was some corruption, obviously by an art, but others on City Council, corrupt and the way they raise money. So you got you got the. The Dayton situation you got the Toledo situation with four members up there. You got now the Columbus situation and who knows how the chips can apply on this deal. Then you got Patrick, Hanley, looking at the other four members and to mind an order. WAS PG CELLS CHIEF OF STAFF? She has to know where the bodies are buried. This could get very interesting and Patrick Hanley spent twenty years as US Attorney. Wondering where at so we heard in December twenty nineteen right so it's July twenty two. We heard in December twenty, nine, th. They are going to take what we do right these conversations that we're violation of Ohio meeting that like very clear in the court case or relevant right and decide if that rose the level of a criminal and. In less than some surprises that we don't know about. Taking the wrong. Maybe it's possibly covert. Nineteen people are going Cova crazy all over the place, but covert nineteen meant you couldn't even empanel a grand jury for like March April and May and June. The grand jury just started about two weeks ago. Partially Judge Winkler's courtroom, so everybody's six feet apart. It could be something as simple as that. We couldn't get grand juries to come in on the other hand. If this thing went off in some other direction like an Toledo city council case then we're in a brand, new situation but Sharon coolidge. Guess we're blessed. We're blessed to live inconsequential unusual times. Decide! Hamilton County Columbus Dayton Toledo and now I'm reading in USA Today about Madigan the Speaker of the House in Illinois he's involved in some energy scandal, according to Chicago Tribune and I'm glad they're doing this, but one thing is different about this Sharon coolidge, those who have energy bills or Sajeeni or or I energy or Duke, energy bills and Ohio. We provided the money which funded this corruption. That's a little different. It really is like. If you look at the bank, we're talking about the tonight. In our deals, the banks are no different than they were before my the way they're sitting there. There was a thing and there was a very corruption there. That was exposed hot on wiretap. But in the end what really is different from what the lawmakers wanted to what we are right now like this case or we're going to hear a lot more today. It's just so much more than that. I imagine there's lots of Republicans and lobbyist that are very concerned at this point. well, I will tell you overrated. Tell me that we in the indictment. Today's seeing redacted 'cause. Everything is not out there yet, so there's going to be some things that aren't in it. 'cause there's there's more to come. And so we'll be intensely looking like. Is redacted from diepen. Now I gotta go get my best and Kevin Aldridge Jason Williams in the folks at the choir, and you'll be up there at two thirty one o'clock I guess is the arraignment in which case bond will be said I'm certain this much money involved is going to be a high bond, but I would imagine all the contestants can actually make the bond, and lastly mad porches was was the chair of the High Republican, Party under John, Casick and Matt Who's under indictment now. Matt borjas wanted to stay as chair of. The Republican Party and Jane Timken. Ran Against Him. It was all tied up and then trump called to Ohio RPI and said look I want Jane Timken. I don't want Matt Borjas because he was associated with John Casick, and so he tipped it toward Jane Timken and I'm wondering I'm GonNa. Put a call into her with your permission during this break and see if she will come on at one of five and see what she has to say about this because I would imagine they don't want to be associated with this during the election, would you? This is bad timing, you agree. I do agree with that and I have to say. When? I'm going to flip on the radio link. I'M GONNA. Put her she'll come on I'll give my airways will be hers. We'll see what happens, but good luck this afternoon Sharon coolidge may God bless you and God. Bless America thank you very much. Talking God bless Ya. Let's continue with more. I'm getting more texture. I can't stand it. And With I got a certain two or three high political office holders texting me I'm GonNa make some calls now to see who will come on the air and actually talk about it. My phone is. Ablaze, but I I need to get somebody on the record. Actually talk about it is that it's just not true. Mets diamond not give me information. Not Tell me what to say not to tell me what not to say. I'm a free agent. I'm your advocate. I work for you on a work for the politicians, but I wonder if I can get noted person who is to of texting me now giving me information I'm GonNa. Call him back during the break and say we you come on and talk. That's what I want at one of five at the reds by the way playing tonight. When's Airtime Tonight Matt? Like five forty or something? Six Twenty Five Airtime Exhibition Game First Pitch Guess about six, thirty five or so. It's a six forty summer exhibition game. The real things got underway at on on Friday. Looking at the line goes, lines are going nuts. Let's try to get you the information that we can on newsradio seven hundred WWL W. Dog. Little Wild One. At the door they. Leave. This little awful. Tell. Was Bad. To the bowl. Told by one of the big time, political heavy hitters. They're going to call any minute. About eight minutes ago. This politician, this office holder. I respect said they'll calling a couple more minutes and We'll see what happens and to go back in time. If you pay an energy bill in the state of Ohio, there's a part of that bill that goes toward this first energy deal, which was so called, House bill six, the objects of which was to bail out the nuclear power facilities two of them up near Cleveland. And somehow by the time, the millions and millions of dollars were being spent by both sides, one of bailout, which also repealed clean energy standards and the other one didn't. And I had on the issue Matt, Borjas came on, and he was on the householder side of the equation by the way Matt Porches also was appointed by John Casick, governor Casick to be the chair of the Republican Party, and that that's where the money is. The money is having twelve million ohioans directly or indirectly pay into a fund to bail out so to speak or to repair the two nuclear power plants, and the other side said also repealed. Clean energy standards within the in the long term would hurt the atmosphere here. You know here on here in the state of Ohio. which also would it be? Pennsylvania and Michigan Kentucky Indiana Tennessee. And by the time the heavy hitters got done. What the great debate on House bill six. I had no clue as to what the hell was on the ballot I saw through it, though as I'm kind of in favor in general of nuclear power, because it's the cleanest possible, and obviously it's renewable, and so the idea of leading to nuclear power plants in Ohio fall into disrepair and go completely offline was a negative to me, but on the other side of the coin by repealing cleaners, energy standards that also costs thousands and thousands of jobs. So as what occurs many times by the time the two competing interest get done on radio and television and imprint print. Telling you what this House bill actually did and said you're so thoroughly confused about what side to vote for I can't recall I supported if any because I do support of course nuclear power, because that's the cleanest and the best also puts a lot of men and women to work, but on the other hand house bill six, I think repealed clean energy standards, which are the windmills and the solar stuff to give credits and encouragement. And by doing so many on the left thought that was a big mistake, but I do know because I didn't know Jane Timken at the time. But she was the favourite. Of Donald Trump and of course. An it just got another text a few more minutes. What he says to call hotline, so we'll say. So Jane? Timken was the anti, Casick and Matt. Borjas, now under indictment was the pro casick. And of course, mad BORJAS, being a long-term politician, wanted to make nice with the incoming power structure, which would have been trump, and of course casick was on the way out. However casick still knows where the bodies are buried. Casing is going to speak at the Democratic Convention Democratic Convention for Joe. Biden, So I look at all. This and I'm thoroughly confused, but one thing is. I said Sharon, Coolidge, which is. Somewhat unique in different. Fare through this normally when corruption takes place, it comes from industry or labor unions, two more or less pay off the politicians who come into office as middle-class, and then in office multimillionaires and the public ourselves maybe flees to recruit a little bit, but we don't subsidize it. In this case, I energy which I think is the name of the stadium. The Cleveland browns correct am I correct. Match is the first energy. He's not sure if you know seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, pound, seven, hundred, the new at and T. I think the name of Cleveland. Municipal Stadium is now I energy. And so the company that receives a chunk of money every month, AD infinitum from Duke Energy and other bills in the state of Ohio. Determined by we the taxpayer, it's dominicus amount of money every month, but yet it up over twelve million people. I'm sure it's tens of millions of dollars. Tens of millions that somehow we are in effect subsidizing I energy, which is giving money to the Cleveland Browns for the stadium project. And then we're also subsidizing the sixty million dollars that Larry Householder has handed out in largest and kindness, a bunch of Republicans and Democrats. I got a call from a Democrat off there that said let me give some more histories at Gimme, history! And this Democrat said she said to me. That look Larry Householder did not have the votes to become house speaker, because she said the Republican faithful Republican members of the of the General Assembly now I think there's about sixty or sixty two of the ninety nine or are Republicans. They did not want to vote for Larry. How solar because the Republicans thought it was dirty. So Larry. Householder want to Democrats. To get democratic votes under certain promises I'm sure. To become speaker. So he became speaker of the House, not with Republican votes, but he got Republican votes, and then many Republicans voted against him because they thought he was dirty. and Larry Householder cut a deal with the Democrats and order you get enough votes to become speaker. I'm looking to this and I'm going my gosh and I. Hand Larry Householder. With me some fifteen or twenty years ago when he was speaker from like a one, zero four I met him at a political event about four or five months ago. And he came up to me and we spoke and I said. Are you the same guy that was speaker fifteen is that's me? I said you're back. And he said to me let's get on your show. And I said sure puts on one time, and if you're interesting, do more and I'll say Larry. Householder was a guest on the bill Cunningham show as recently as yesterday because he gave you a more well rounded argument as to what the governor is doing, relatively covert nineteen, and so he was the counterbalance to the Mike DeWine was Larry Householder. And we spoke often about what the governor did, and what? The governor didn't do one thing you might say about Mike Dewine in May. Be Times misguided, but there's never been. In the long forty five year history of governor Mike Dewine a hint. Of political corruption. He might be wrong, but one thing you can take it to the bank then Mike. Dewine is not dirty. That is not what the Republicans in Columbus thought Larry, householder, but ideal with officers as I. Find Them in fact about the only city council member I didn't have on reese, and the last two or three years has been to my yard I ran into her and our elevator in this building about a year ago. I get on the elevator on P. One and she's standing in the elevator, I said. Aren't you to my dinar? She said yes. Why don't you get me on your show and I said I'll give your number and a match time, and let's see what happens. You got to do something match timing determines who comes on Larry Householder and so I said sure. I never got her on, but I would have. If something comes up, so it was interesting, it was provocative. It was different, and that's how Larry Householder comes on the show much like that of her character and Butler county. I ran into him and a Sheriff Jones event. He said wanted to come on the show, and I said well West you gotTA. Do something controversial. That night he was arrested that same night and McDonald's drive through with a loaded gun. And the drive through window. He did something controversial. So continue when we do, we should have on the other side prominent holder who one wants to talk about this event in fact. With me with match diamonds permission. He's there right now. Mayor John Cranley welcome to the Bill Cunningham show mayor. How are you? Saturday. Town before we start, tell me the arguments. Pro I hit on mad porches, and on other people by the time I got done with that issue, which is House bill? Six I had no idea what the hell I was voting on. Tell me the issue. Idea the the state of Ohio was. Enacting the largest tax increase ever on ratepayers of Ohio to bail out a coal company in Indiana. To nuclear plants, and they said they were saving the the the workers and the day after they got the bail out. The companies declared bankruptcy to get rid of their labor contracts with the unions. They eliminated and became the first state in the country to eliminate renewable energy standards and move Ohio towards. Know the Tesla type technology that's skyrocketing through the stock market and electric cars and solar panels and things like that. And those of us you know interestingly enough oil and companies. The environmentalists myself. We call it out this corruption. At the time we shut, it was a disaster, and we predicted anyone anyone associated with this bill. What have come up and says people saw how bad it was. We didn't realize that it was literally corrupt. We knew was corrupt in the sense was bad public policy, but we didn't know his criminally corrupt, and of course now it looks like Lots of heads are gonNA. Roll and you know when when when when people are socking middle-class Ohio, and with a massive tax increase to bail out a coal company in Indiana. That something's not on the up and up because it's not in anybody's political interest, normally unless there's some something else going on, I doubt as far as coal company. Ohio and so not voted to have done that, and as I understand it at the time Matt Borges item on my show, two or three times. He was on the House side of that issue. He was saying this is bailing out. Nuclear power was creating middle-class jobs. It was all about renewable energy, and you're saying that was the opposite of what actually happened. Absolutely, in fact, if it was about renewable energy, they would not have repealed the first state in the country to to repeal completely renewable energy standards that were fairly modest to begin with number. One number two is. First of all, it's crony capitalism. Let the market determine who's going to be a successful. You have South East Ohio right now, which has got a natural gas boom of new jobs, and this was putting the thumb on the scales of old technology, instead of letting them compete without the advantage of taxpayer bailout, and so, what you, what? You had an interesting coalition and opposition to this the coke brothers who of course, represent very conservative ideas in general, and the natural, gas industry and the environmentalist. We're united in opposition. To HP six, because it was so corrupt, and it was a huge tax increase, and it was a bail out of companies, instead of letting companies compete on their price and their ability to deliver a energy to highlands. Now, when we voted on this than we. Didn't vote on a bill. Remember. That's I heard. You say that earlier was Sherry and I understand we were supposed to vote on it because there was a referendum that went out, but remember household or sued to prevent the referendum from going on about number one and number two. They ran those corrupt ads accusing those of us were sticking up against the tax hike. Being influenced by the Chinese somehow. signees again. Crazy ad. Yes, yes, the member because of that, and because they got the state to delay, remember they. They refused to accept the language on the ballot for the Referendum Pederson Multiple Times, and so therefore the timeline they had to get the signatures not realistic, and we sued when I say, we need literally, but the coalition that was pushing the repeal, and the referendum sued Anna Supreme. Court basically upheld that the general that the powers that be in Columbus can prevent a referendum from going to the people and giving the people a chance to repeal the biggest tax increase in the history of the state. because of the corruption that they can keep the language that we don't agree with this language. We don't agree that language, but they didn't told the time line which they get the signatures. And then they ran all those crazy ads, saying that those of US fighting for the taxpayer or somehow being influenced by the Chinese when we we now know, we now know that this whole deal was corrupt and apparently, and obviously we'll learn more to thirty, but apparently criminally so and and I think they've got to immediately repeal this law, and if they wanna, pursue something like this again. They've gotta take it to the voters. In Columbus. They never took it to the voters. In fact, the polling I saw on, it was like ninety ten opposed, and that's why they work so hard to prevent the referendum from even happening so every time I sent him, I Duke Energy Bill this morning, a small part of that somehow went first energy that named Cleveland Browns Stadium, and gave sixty million dollars, or more to householder distribute generally to Republicans and some Democrats Ida Democrat call me off the air and said don't use my name I said okay, and said that household or didn't have enough Republican votes to become speaker. He went to the Democrats an order to get enough votes. Is that true one hundred percent? That's one hundred percent. Sure your bill is going to bail out I energy and some of that money who knows how to? We'll find out more to thirty, but gigantic tax increase bill think about this. So. You know the theory was that they were going to bail out the nuclear plants in order to save the jobs. which you know in theory you could imagine there might be some conditions in which you would accept some of that. However, however, they didn't. They didn't give the money to the company that was going to employ them. The the employees, the ID W workers who work in those nuclear plants. They were giving it to first energy, who was then declared bankruptcy today after they. They got the ballot just to shore up their balance. So as they sold the company in bankruptcy, they could get a better price, but there was no. They didn't put any guarantee of jobs in this bill in this bailout. So you're you're. You're battling feller and not the buyer. It's only the buyer. It's only you know what I said at the time. If you're going to try to help these wonderful VW workers who work in these nuclear plants I get that keep their jobs. If you're GONNA do it. Give the money to the buyer of the nuclear plants who will then have to make a commitment to the state of Ohio to keep these employees employed in fact, one of the nuclear plants who got the ballot is already announced. They're gonNA shut down permanently. Well I'M GONNA ask you to important questions. One kind of unrelated Alexander as are the health secretary was on with Sloan's morning and talked about the possibility of shutting down bars now to me. A restaurant is different than a bar when I go to a restaurant I'm not standing up. I'm not yelling and screaming at some woman, some guy, the music, not playing installed like a coney island situation do use. Would you advise the feds and Mike DeWine is not speak till tomorrow to keep the restaurants in a different category than bars were music being played. Absolutely in fact I had a press conference on this on Friday restaurants are safe. Restaurants have been following the protocols and we you know we do this contact tracing, and so we call people who are positive and ask them. Hey, did you go to a party? To. Go that and not one person has cited that they believe that they got infected at a restaurant, or that that they saw large gathering of people in close contact at restaurants we have had people say that bars and nightclubs to be distinguished from restaurants. have in fact, itself, but that's probably where they got virus. The second leading offender for people who think they got the virus from a large gathering was for private family gatherings and look I think the best solution in the short term is to enforce existing rules as opposed. As opposed to shutting all bars and nightclubs because some are acting very responsibly. Best to try. If possible enforcement of the existing rules as opposed to taking a one size fits all solution, lastly should showed how solar stepped down I, got a call off the air, saying you wants to use his office a Chit to get a better deal. When the feds here that using a public office for private gain, they go nuts again. Shouldn't Larry Householder step down immediately? I'm not gonNA say that only of course should if he's indicted for what we think he's going to be indicted. I just haven't heard the press conference yet. Don't know the details so I. Don't want to get ahead of that. Except that I know for a fact that the HP six bill that they passed is the biggest tax increase on ratepayer bills in the history of the state. It was corrupt. It was bad and it needs to be repealed. So whoever isn't running this state and it's a swamp. I stood up for clean energy in the middle of a dirty swamp, and called this thing out at the time, and I help people get signatures on a referendum. They Larry Householder. Sued to prevent us from getting the voters to have a chance to say no to this massive tax hike. I know that that's corrupt. Criminally corrupt or not I think we're GONNA find out two thirty was criminally corrupt, but regardless they only do apologize to the Ohio. people and repeal this tax hike and the governor should also announced his bid. That, he will sign a repeal, and he should apologize for having signed the bill in the first place. Mayor John! Cranley. Thank you very much. Thank you Let's continue with more a little bit late on newsradio seven hundred wwl view. Mom. Broadcasting Roble volume is. Is Rachel and I. Are we going to be indicted tomorrow by the FBI? Because Hebe comes on his show with you now only one. I don't know that Larry Householder breaking. He's in trouble. I never met that Guy Larry Householder Yeah. Matt's diamond hooked me up with him. Yeah, and I'm saying right now on clean on saying I. WanNa know about you and first energy. I don't know anything about how you first energy. You look like Larry Householder. No I don't. This is why living. Next door to us is Larry over here next door hall. Downtown I saw the FBI roll. Thank him out of pairing. County dressed up like Ninja Warrior send their right. There I still want to get one of those blue jackets with the gold letters. Really I could probably. Go Buy one Doug Francis. FBI Agent Supreme can get your one three x three X. What what are your around? The neighborhood will WANNA walk and when I'm walking Zubi in the neighborhood. Larry gave me the same talk about your buddy. West Rufford Gaming I see him six months ago at some political event. He says hey I'm the new Speaker House. What's your name Larry Larry? Larry? Weren't you involve fifty eight me, so I said he wants come on the show, so you gotTa talk about styling. And so he can't. I said you'll come on once and if you're interesting. Come on more often. Guess what? He's done as an he did well. He's very interesting now. That's for sure just whether or not he'll come back on. Me Some sports. We'll hear. The stooge reports approach service of your local tempstar heating and air conditioning dealers. Tempstar quality, you could feel in Cincinnati. Kalweo will at one, eight, eight, eight, nine nine six. H V A C. About to my to my house will make a difference will. Baseball is happening night? What time to read? When do we go fishing game one? Mrs Reds v Rachel's Tigers. Gab Coverage begins at six twenty five. left-handed Nick Look Dolo will go for the reds tonight. Young Nicholas Dolo their number one pick the night. It looks like Randy Johnson correct. He's pitching tonight. Is there any chance there's no chances? Chance for what of him making the team. Like where? I don't really. I don't think so he'll. He'll probably pitch tonight and then what throws Pasco? What if he throws a perfect game tonight then? Then Guy Action now what he's on every TV station known to mankind. I'll be listening tonight. Bengals job, borough, t higgins and the rest of the Bengal. Rookies are encamped today Willy Speaking of the National Football League. The. NFL is planning to allow players this OUGHTA. Go over real big with the police. The NFL is planning to allow players have decals on the back of their helmets. Bearing the names of victims of CICIS systemic racism and police violence. How about the names of black kids killed this year and other blocks about the names of dead cops? Can we get those on their? Well, so you're telling me the national football league correct and it's going to allow systemic racism. Perpetuated by the system of Democrats in all the major cities they're the ones causing this, and they're going to make a political statement that somehow the national football league is behind those who advocate in a sense more police lawlessness allegedly towards blacks that exists only in the minds. Liberal Democrats can understand what I'm saying. Because I don't i. don't either. No please CBS sports. We'll either college basketball. Pre season rankings are update guns Aga Baylor Villanova Virginia. Basketball CJ, Frederick in, Iowa are the top five for cj was hurt his foot. How's he doing? He's one. Okay. You're telling me. We have the Iowa basketball ranch. It's never it's never too early for college basketball. It's right around the corner. Are we even have college basketball? One might ask I. Don't know what does this. Twelve Kentucky Fourteenth Ohio State? Sixteenth Indiana twenty-three what about Xavier not on the list. So you're telling me here. That pre season will. Dated CBS Sports College Basketball Updated preseason rankings. Reaching for something at this point I got to do something so judge Gentry, Northern Kentucky. Allegedly there's new Alex. You've got this one. It was yes hanging in banging now. What new charges have been filed? In which it is alleged here, you're gonNA. Tell us right alleged. That certain. 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I think we've posted those voters before, haven't we? She soon those guys from Fox now. That's a different one of those guys. Mojo Mahama I. I do not believe. Tucker Carlson or Anything with without woman now Ed Henry. I don't know about him. I heard I like Sean Hannity and I doubt he did correct what he alleged through one hundred dollar bill, and said somebody take her out. That was the extent of Hannity's harassment out arrangement. If you're at a table with a bunch of guys and someone throws down one hundred Alabama somebody take her out is out. Harass now what I would have done I'll tell you right now. I would have grabbed that hundred and said I'll take myself out. Thank you. Yeah so one hundred me. I'll tell I'll go out myself. Please continue hundred dollar bills at its share. Is that so bad? It's not harassment to TV that allegedly it. Henry has woman that he handcuffed and had his way with her. She got all pissed off and got a job and a few years later. She remembered it and she sued him now for rape. No criminal charges of course. So. Here we go again. Give me more. What about Judge Gentry and just? Oh, well, you have The Kanye West meltdown I know that he is. On TV. He'd be perfect for president. Yeah, he He's having a full meltdown mode. tweeted last night it's now been deleted, but we reported live right here since I'm filling in for Gary Jeff Walker that Konya accused his wife Kim Kardashian of trying to fly to Wyoming where he is currently at with her mother. Kris and a doctor in order to lock him up. He's bipolar and his off the MEDS and they're concerned. Crack all over the place and then one. Sided and twenty twenty to run for president. Anything is possible. That's all I'm saying. And that video you're referring to Sag is part of the reason that she was putting pressure on him in the first place to seek treatment, then bulletproof vest on correct does he is? He may have in that video talked about how he and Kim. 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To give you a lot to options. You know can't have a variety right there while it's only Tuesday guys. Say. I'll tell you what the first six months of this year have not been. In the last six months aren't kicking out any different. I don't know. Have you seen the coney island video about the verbal services in the torquing I thought all Scott. Sloan out there. To check in with them Churkin with him. He edited in a newsroom. We know he's trying to capture younger demo. That's for sure. Better do something. Now I suppose I have the secretary calling me to. United States Energy Secretary and the trump administer day for him. I'm. Standards Mister Secretary House things go. How would things going? I think schools in northern Ohio boy. He's in Washington, but imagine what city he's end. Today would be Columbus. Columbus names brew lead, and he's GonNa. Be You know what wait a minute? Now got anything to do with human being he's there. The DS the designated survivor. He was one of the cabinet. Officers voted me that role. Might WanNa. Check in on you. He's he's in charge of all United States. Energy and he finds himself today in Columbus. Perfect! and. WHAT ABOUT THE CLEVELAND? Browns stadium called First Energy Stadium. hoops loops. That we pay. So much for that advertising and sponsorship. God involved in all this. Is that what that is? Is it hurts? Energy got the money in the first. Energy has three hundred million dollars extra to buy back stock. They have so much money now paid for by us. That is tax rate. Payers were part of this conspiracy. We're funding for energy bill. There should be some massive lawsuit though that you'll get a few. Yeah one of those deals get dollar nineteen back. When I use your credit card. You get cash back. We get cash back from them. In today's world, anything is possible including Kanye West becoming forty six. have if he was. Comes, so he becomes. Forty resident. Kim Kardashian first lady about her first. First First Lady. To get her career started in porn. Would that be accurate perfect? Asked WHAT ICE T be part of his migos wouldn't be hanging Eisenhower. Guarantee you know. He wants to be his vice president now, but if I were J I would be kind of insult about his first lady. I thought the second lady. How about those first and second ladies? Could you imagine all theon say would never be the vice president like way. We've called the vice the first lady, the vice I guess second. She would never be okay, listen. Yonsei. Go Taste Tester, and it's all I know. About those two in the White House. Now you're talking. Don't say it's now possible anything is. Great for the Fiftieth Season of the Kardashians Cordell. Helen match diamond didn't didn't. She began by getting naked and getting photos out that she said okay, but it. She was embarrassed about them coming out, but that was the. She wasn't paid for porn right. Well. She ended up getting paid for it. Yes. It was a video between herself and Ray J. An auditor James Him and she was. She was Paris Hilton's best friend. Her closet organizer at the time, and the stunt worked so well for Paris. That Kim released her own video. Ray J coney island Sunday night. He may have been on him as very possible ray J I've missed his act over the years I'm not sure about Ray j, connick, what about little? Wayne I. See him on ESPN every, morning. Once again. Thank you Rachel for Your Update. Course. Always so we've got the energy saugus rocket on a Tuesday. Maybe I don't know what you want action. Go to that long forty years old with legs. Go all the way down to the ground with her all the way down. And what what Tom Brady became the president along with that first lady. Now you're talking, not exactly like Dick Cheney. I feel like Tom might actually be stable presence compared to what we got to what we've got going on. Segment Gimme out of the stage report. Will you not a crazy Tuesday at reds baseball tonight? Even though it doesn't count great American ballpark. The boys are back and WHO's pitching Nikola. Dolo sounds like a brand again. See the the, is there any chance he can go with Darrow A. Agrawal. Is there any chance. I know He. He's before my I guess he came after my time there. The Tigers lost all those games got rid of all their best players. So. Let's continue with more coming up next year. Comments plus I guess the Secretary of Energy. What a perfect day for him to call on Newsradio, seven hundred wwl! Cutting the great American. Ladders the Secretary of energy. As a member of the Cabinet of Donald, J trump and fifteenth in presidential line of succession I guess he's been the designated survivor at one point or another and Dan Berlet welcome again to the bill Cunningham show Mister Secretary. How are you? Doing Great Bill it's great to be with you as well. Have you ever been the designated survivor? You know we have a program that really discuss on the air, but yes, we do rotate it. I've never been the designated survivor. You're thinking about you know with regard to the state of the Union. On. Let's talk about what's happening of course I spoke with you briefly off the air. You have nothing to do with first energy nothing to do with. House Speaker Householder you're visiting in Columbus today, because getting out the administrative priorities when you talk about nuclear energy and natural gas isn't shouldn't America's energy based on those two ideas of the cleanest, most accessible and and cheap energy to produce the most bt us. Isn't that the goal? Question about that is to provide efficient teeth energy. That's the administration's goal. President directed be very early indirectly. My predecessor former Secretary Rick. Perry to pursue what he refers to as an above energy strategy. And what do you mean by? That is exactly what he says. It's pursuing every form of resource. We have your beautiful country, so it'd be a Taylor natural gas fossil energy renewable energy you name it and what that does as it gives consumers options and when they have options. User better. Works out very well. In fact, I filled up my chevy traverse yesterday and I paid a dollar. A gallon. And when I started driving in the nineteen sixties, I pay twenty nine cents a gallon in today's dollars. That's about a dollar and a half. Energy prices have gone up a lot in the last fifty years, and the goal is to keep that low when dog about Appalachia Talk About Southern Ohio and Kentucky that's the home of coal and natural gas. Does the administration have priority of coal over natural gas, or is it all of the above? It all of the above bill. It's absolutely on the up and you know your point about gasoline pricing is absolutely correct and the reason that happened over the course of this. You know two three decades because we produce more oil and gas. You're in America than we ever have. We are now the world's largest producer. We're larger than Saudi Arabia or larger than. Than Russia and the Appalachian region in particular, has become one of the largest natural gas producing region, not only our country, but in the entire world. Let's talk about a row tech and say November, third, fourth or fifth when the winners announced. Let's say Joe Biden wins any he appoints ao see is the secretary of energy, and then you have Dan brew handing. The reins of power to. To run the Energy Department. How would that look different? Well I can't really come on the election bill, but I'll tell you you know. The approach at this administration has taken has produced the results that you know many others in Congress and environmental activists around the world only say they want. What I mean by that? Energy diversity is produced a record of economic growth while at the same time reducing carbon emissions from energy sources by fourteen percent. There's no other country in the world can make that claim about a single signatory to the pair of court can make that claim. Why is that? Is it because of stem education? Why are we having more energy produce? What's less negative environmental effects than any country in the world why? Because we're the most innovative country in the world and the US Department of Energy rely on stem pipeline, this education pipeline to produce a scientist that you don't have produced results that no one could have possibly imagined. You know three or four decades ago or zonal drilling tracking. All of those things are very important to make energy keep keep and efficient, and I'll just point out one quick example battery technologies coming online in the near future we have to. We have to DEA WE. That we support it. who just won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry. You know what they developed the lithium ion battery. They laid the foundation for that for every smartphone in. America can thank them. So if Americans make the right political choices say within ten years will America be more dependent on batteries. Most of us be driving. Battery operated vehicles say by the year twenty thirty. That's a good question. I don't know the precise the answer, because so much of that's going to depend on what the consumer wants, but our goal at the US. Department of Energy out goal and this administration is produced innovation regulation. We don't want to tell consumers what to buy. We won't tell them how to buy it, so go here used to develop you know again pipeline of education. Of scientists focus on stem education and allow the invasion to drive the market, situation, ten or fifteen years ago Dan, brew, Jimmy Questions For me the great American on Sports, politics, world capitals, the GM or folic effectively Flavian processes or something that's confused over the years that the great American can you with because you're in line to the president, your number fifteen. If some catastrophe happens, I could be speaking to the next president. Might, not be Kanye West I don't know maybe maybe Jay. Z, but you have any questions for me. That I can help you answer. Well, what in the world is a guy? A buckeyes, a hairless nut, what it consists of our trees that have been used over the years as a food and energy source. The buckeye is wonderful to warm up. Indians used the Buckeye. The Buck now's us for food is also shade so the Buckeyes a hairless nut, and can you assure me that Ohio state will play football in September? I can't make that assurance, but I can assure you one thing. We're going to start doing some scientific research on guys and biomass now lastly assuming everybody likes energy, everybody likes electricity. How were the electricity produced in the future? You gotTA use natural gas or coal to have US power stations, so one thinks the energy for batteries just come out of the sky, and so, what is going to be the source of the electricity to run all the cars? That you know something. I, it's a very serious question building what we're looking at very closely what I'm concerned about now -bility of our grid. To hold as much. As we might need to allow easy to be adopted by the consumer. Focus on that, of course the next few months and years but you look as far as you know, production of electricity and has to come from every source that we have here in America, so there's a couple of hours. It is gonNA come from it is gonNA. Come you know from renewable power, and we must maintain that diversity of five energy because I just read the papers. One of the lights went out here in Ohio and we need to have one backup the other in order us to be not only energy secure, but secure as a nation. Do you worry about EMP's? Do I worry about EMP's Yes It is a it is something that we have studied in the past. It is an active part of our cyber program at the US. Department of Energy. We are constantly monitoring other nations to see what activities they are undertaking you. There's a rogue nation for instance like. who were to exploded Connecticut or nuclear device outer space present. Here in the United States, but we have a special offers inside the Department of Energy. That's only on top of security and those types of events as we watch for. Secretary of Energy d'ambra welcome to the Buckeye state. You came to Columbus with energy being a big issue. It wasn't nuclear energy. It was first energy, which by the way is named the Browns stadium I, energy, and so how long were you being Columbus? Go back to Washington. I'm going to be here tonight and tomorrow morning, and then I'm off to Congo where we're GONNA make them announce, and let's relate it to quantum computing. Quantum computing. Yes. Sir, what the Hell's that? Over the fastest computers in the world. Yeah, we're excited about it because I, thought an tangled Internet and what it allows us to do is move information much much faster than we can today, and importantly it allows us to move it with high levels of security. You can't you don't. Them in a quantum entangled Internet now. How often do you see the president? Those cabinet meetings? I think I'm pretty offset I talked to him quite a bit every week. Would you tell him? The Great American in Cincinnati would encourage him. I WANNA see Biden versus trump. I don't WanNa see trump's policies against trump's tweets and his interviews. As long as trump runs against Biden on policy, he'll win sixty percent of the vote. When trump runs against trump, he's got more difficulties. So would you tell them what I said? We'll. Tell the president and once again Dan Light you're a great American and thanks for coming on the Bill Cunningham show, thank you. Thank you great to be with you and God bless America. Let's continue with more aligned becomes available, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, as we continue, we're going to cover the The news conference of the US, attorney, in Columbus, starting supposedly about two thirty to thirty five. What's going on with that and the Larry? Householder and Matt Borges and others plus your calls are next, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand. Bill, Cunningham, the great. American live Joma the reds playing tonight exhibition Tuesday Wednesday Thursday then for real. Friday Saturday and Sunday. We're going to have a virtual opening day party here on the big ones starting about nine o'clock in the morning on Friday. And I will be with you. Between three and five thirty in the lineup is posted on mets. Diamonds blog all on newsradio seven hundred wwl demille. Ready for you! Now let's continue. Time allows Jay Todd Smith. Taught Smith is a state Rep. in Preval County Representative Smith welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show and Todd Gimme your reaction to the events of this morning and this afternoon. We'll just a little background here. Bill I don't. If you remember me, but we did talk idol contest years ago I was the winner I was the guy sitting in your studio, and that many years ago and it was, it was the effect that propelled me on to stardom and success so here. I am a state Rep. Hey, it's if you bottle that stuff whether you could tell it on late night. infomercials make it make it. Very House odor has always been a defender of the common man. That is I believe this? We live in a culture. This person's good. This person's bad. We're all a mixture of the two people make mistakes and sometimes bad mistakes. When you have more power and more influence, your mistakes can be worse. It doesn't negate this Larry Householder. I've seen him for three years. Reach down to people below him to help them up. A man who was compassionate Pfizer Conservative values so I'm going to hold off on A. A whole lot of judgment and see where this goes, but I knew this It's a it's a tough time for the older family, and my prayers are with him, and my little is with him, but we're just GONNA. See where this goes doesn't negate all the great work that this man has done and Todd I've gotten many calls off the air for those who won't come on and I. Thank for the fact that you're coming on. Shouldn't he resign speaker during the time? He's under a federal indictment. That is his call I'm not going to speak to center. That's way above my pay grade. Would you encourage him to step down because of the cloud of suspicion? I think Larry Householder is not only a good man I think he is as scoot politician. He will know what is the best decision at the best time I think it would be difficult to lead under such things, and I think it almost impossible with with an indictment, but this is gonNa be a decision. This man weighs heavily thinks thinks difficultly about in does the right thing to provide time Turner? Himself, but my Mama told me a friend in need is a friend. Indeed, you're a friend Larry Householder, not too. Many people are standing up to complement him and I. Thank You for calling in this afternoon. Thank you. Thank. You Bill Todd Smith County. That is a state rep standing with Larry Householder match time and does so. Let's continue with more thirty one minutes after the hour bill. Cunningham newsradio seven hundred wwl Cincinnati. Man You. Get the answer. You Ain't got the. Oh. Go on broadcasting. And Twenty twenty to run for president. Now. Rocky you never can say never. What is that forty six rock? Is that forty sixty laughing, but apparently he's he. He spoke to hit the little presser there in south, Carolina. However, he did not get enough signatures, or frankly any signatures, any of the ten, thousand, five hundred needed to get on the knows they will not appear on the ballot. Home, all right I think. He's one hundred and seventy thousand to get on in California. We something not going to happen now. I just want him to be a part of the October debates Biden trump. In Konya unbelievable Jesus then he say when he was in the Oval Office mad. You got the cut from Conway in the Oval Office talking about how he felt sitting in front of Resolute. Tax. New. Tara. It was something about is how in May feel like Superman? Superman. Favorite Superhero and you make Superman. Rock your reaction to forty six. I don't think trump is sending him a Christmas card anymore though. Trump, the Hattie actually maybe is because he gets in, and maybe split the vote and goes to be on. His left was the greatest running back of all time, the great number thirty two used to play in what is now known as First Energy Stadium. hoops. oops now. What I just said on the Secretary of Energy. And damage comment who happens to be in Columbus? I talked to him off there. I said look. He said I'll have no comment on that. So I said. Trying to me I'm trying to get people and no one wants to. Only one guy spoke cranleigh. After nine counselor. Give John currently credit. That news was out. Thirteen minutes and he had the press. Against her as running a I think he's running against run against wine. What he wants, he said. And now I, don't know. Maybe he's got the issue, but it was like an Indiana coal mine that it was a nuclear power plant in Cleveland. What is Cincinnati have to do with that? The mayor wants to run against a wine. That's the reason this is not good for the GOP in Ohio. It's not good now. Remind me now. What was it was like an four or five? Wasn't there some scandal that? Statewide one Ted Strickland, more or less getting elected. Because of what was that it was something to do. Householder was speaker of the House, and it was allegedly to pay to play scheme to get this one. This one and suddenly tapes disappeared memos disappeared. There was a bonfire and Perry County that burnt down one hundred and fifty acres around the farm of Larry Householder. Thank you thank you. And so suddenly that went away. He comes back Democrat, called me off the air and said look the only reason. Larry became. The speaker is because a bunch of Democrats jump ship the vote for him because the Republicans did not want to become speaker because of the last scandal. was. was there also more incentive for them to do that? was. About money, but I'm sure he gave favors favors and things like that kind of like segman hands out favors to people. Walk around like Dj Hodge and all that stuff you hand out your favorites. You look something Larry Householder by the way. Have you seen Larry Bigeye? How about say out of your mind? Save Much. More, handsome, thank you, thank you, rocket. On My side I just had a state. Rep Colin Todd Smith. State Rep of Preval. County who defendant Larry Householder. Get a text from someone kind of connected to this. Who gives me? I. Guess the fact that Chris Hicks is mentioned. On Paragraph One. Oh, three of the indictment as somebody benefiting from the relationship with Larry how sort saying? I don't know that very well. I've never met him never had him on. You know Larry Householder and have no idea I know Paul Householder. Reds outfielder. He's been on more than Richard Jones and the last three months. Sheriff's going to get mad at you for not having him on. I got a call him. Got To, call him a West route the another one of your friends. And Kansas. Don't want to. Your would pass out in a McDonald's drive through the world comes to an end that ain't going to happen. You're going to order over. Pound on that credit card. That's right rocky. What does this mean for the Republican Party? That's not good. Because And Tony. Speaker. He controls a lot of the money that goes to the candidates in the reelection, and all that so I don't know it's so. WHO's the WHO's the next? Who If he's out? WHO MOVES UP? The speaker of the house is it's gotTa be some guy locally proudly builds sites. However, I talked to sites up. WHO said look I'm on my way to Columbus. And I said hopefully it will be met by Marshall's. And he said No. No raise your right hand. Repeat after Bay said guy named Butler. Is GonNa be the speaker? He's the speaker. Pro tem and sites is like House majority leader, but the this is shuffled. Things up caused some problems. Would you agree yeah? Does this hurt trump in Ohio? Only helpful development button the trumpster support. Jane Timken then oppose Matt toward just indicted. Trump's was on the other side of that fight, and of course porches was the Bagman for John Casick. Other, nine another never trumper. Can't blame trump approach the bag man. Electing all the goodies. Man Is that what it is? Yeah, you bring me paid sack man for somebody. The pizza and so bad is who also worked by the way for Joe Debtors. The Treasury. And we got mad for just it's always say he's connected. Every which way in Columbus was Casey guy that the trumpster opposed because it was Casey who you play golf with the chemical of I'm sure, and then he switches allegiance. Timken and you can't find. Jane Tim Canal with a search warrant. She's nowhere to be found and she is calling. Other members of the Republican Party is the chair of the Republican Barton. Same page. I'm. Your Boy John Casey. You're golfing. Friend is speaking at the Democratic National Convention. Is You know? That's what I read. Those. According I. was supposed to take place. PLACE IN WISCONSIN BOY! How important it is for us to have good relations with Turkey. Hit this again this about thanksgiving. It does again from how important it is for us to have good relations with Turkey. Giving Day I. Don't know what happens now because. A man loses the. Chairmanship to Jane Timken. He'd been hoax up with first energy shared paid millions of dollars. He's now under a multi-count federal indictment, so I don't know if the trumpster is helped or hurt. The trumpster was on the other side, but all the public- he he's are anti trump people that are involved in this, but remember remember Robert Taft was the emcee of course of his inaugural. How'd that work out the only governor ever to be convicted of crime in office? Was Bob Taft another one? Can you endorse Shrek? ARQUETTE! Arrested for corruption. Guys out there and blue jackets with big letters on the back bomb tab. All of us remember when the governor went in front of a judge and admit I don't know what Deli campaign violations using money. Bob Taft Corrupt I. Don't buy that at all. He say he wanted ears state for well. He likes elephant ears. Well. That's a bar you share you. WanNa get into politics. Yeah rock on Rock Crazy Bob Taft. What's he doing these days? He's teaching somewhere ethics. You can't. Say. Please don't worst marijuana. I guess I hit this again from Bob. Marijuana, that's Bob Taft. Marijuana and elephant ears. It's fair time Ohio. Every go go no! Big Elephant here. What a deal borough! Elephant! Pot and elephant ear this another one of my guy. I swear to God I wanted to go with the state. For. Case Can I. The Handy's Fiftieth Birthday party almost got to a fistfight. which. I don't fight. Look like I. Don't fight. It got real who would have won you or casick. Would grabbed him by the balls immediately. Matt got that one police and I wouldn't let go. That's all I'm telling you. There's another. Revenue by the balls and the heart models. Follow. Number three really obvious there and he was yelling at me. I was yelling at him on the terrace of the The hotel in Naples Hannity came out with Mark Levin and separated us. I've never been so men my whole life. What did he say me? Loyalty and French I said Lord in friendship. I went after him hard because what he did. All Bunch of office and he said I'm done with. Guys I've been done with you. Your entire life here bun paid for Schill and then became a mayonnaise highway patrol got involved in Hannity was pulling me off. I've never been so mad. About that since then we haven't spoken. Wonder why? How about you dewine was less than you spoke. How did how did the the Oh He's calling the press conference to say he's leaving his wife to get with Amy Act. How the have that one go imagine not well. Not Him you said it. took. You five minutes ago. Handsome and Larry House Sodas. I tell you got really mad. Friend who? Alleged that the news conference was called to announce that I'm leaving the governorship to marry the love of my life Dr Amy Apt. Senate I did not play well in Cedar Village. To not getting no more beef stroganoff to hell with France Pi, it's gone to. Got Everybody all. I can't talk with any Republican. It's unbelievable. You better go back. The Democrat I might have to do that from your from your roots, but then Dick Celeste. That was another issue that didn't go well either. That's for sure Ted Strickland. That didn't go well. You better stick with what you got go. Willy of the report is a proud service of your local tempstar heating and air conditioning dealers tempstar quality. You could feel it beautiful. Milford Call Baker Heating at eight, three, one, fifty, one, twenty four. The wine said to me I'm told not to have you C. my events here, because the last one you, the M. C. of left office under a criminal cloud and pled guilty. That doesn't happen to me I said. We're good. Point Mike Good Point I. DON'T WANNA. Come up there anyway. Cedo on been there done that got the t shirt I'm not coming. Reds and Tigers Tonight William Exhibition Game One. A great American ballpark baseball is back seven hundred WS coverage after Lance at six twenty five. You Know One person I knew was the future of politics in this market was to my denard, I endorsed her. The National Football League planning to allow players to have decals on the pack of their heels in this rocking, pairing names or initials of victims of systemic racism and police violence, and you put names of dead cops in the back of your helmet. Say you cannot do that. Has To be an approved political position. And by the way what political the NBA You can get a Jersey embroidered with anything on the back including F cops, but you can't get one that says free, Hong, Kong. Did you know that yeah? How you'd have. That can't do too much money involved, right? Segman your reaction. If you run for office endorsing you. Kiss of them and. I don't know. Got If, you run again for. A. New. Guy, this guy. He's GonNa. Do well in office. Here's the driven snow, no option. Can we have campaign parties? Kenwood towne centre absolutely. Kenwood Country Club. It's empty right there, you. Can't cut open. Tab got it. There you go okay well, we'll leave. The last governor you emceed is left under a criminal cloud. May Taft said the idea that Bob Taft commit a crime was so unbelievable. Amen to that I would have bet against that. That's for sure. Rocky once again. What's on your show today? Tanya Rockwood the latest with the householder investigation bribery scandal. What do you put householder on so much? I never been dodging press conference man. We got Bashir four got trump at five. We're GONNA talk to your friend Paul Dougherty at nine. One your buddies here. Some point within their I got my friend in California boots on the ground on the high school football being postponed to the winter. Lot stuff. About John Casick is available. Not For you, he's not. Come on, my say not coming on here. Larry House no come on my show. Bob Staff same same way. Dick Celeste impossible. How, about the motto? How `bout this motto for you if you run? There's Bob. The motto for Rocky boy is allsteel much less than the. Is that a good one for you? It's like a judge that ran for office, firm but flexible. Firm but flexible. Get one of those t shirts. I think that's patio. That campaign I brought this. They'll still less than the rest. Is that a good one not bad. Try that one. Rhyme, with something you got one. Still less the rest, and on the best the best. How friends and family make sure my buddies may going a little bit of money for my candidacy, a lot of. A lot of money is still less than two miles. An ARD MPG sit and failed he still under a criminal grand jury investigation, announcing for mayor. That's not going to stick the. There's so many other scandals going on. What happened, what was that? He's got a work release program making sure every other Wednesday. Once again rock, thank you, thank you for your involvement. I'll still less than the rest. I know that segment. Get me out of the students report have all the way firm but flexible. In honor of a wild and Tuesday. Here at a tri-state in more ways than one can't wait till tomorrow we leave you with the immortal words of the stew report. Some Benetton's. Bill Addison say I'm endorsing you for West Rutherford seat, and just don't drunk passed out with a gun on your lap in the drive through at McDonalds. Okay, we have the cut the if you want free marijuana medicine votes. That's my favorite. I recall that one. That's one of your candidate. You want free marijuana minute. Then vote for bill tag that. Still less, than the rest. Do. You promise sure. Larry should have made that promise on newsradio seven hundred. If you're going to sell your soul, make sure it's research. Sixty. Don't tell me. I'm telling sixty mill seven hundred wwl you.

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#EERS S9 Ep114: Community Spread Stupidity

The Erick Erickson Show

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#EERS S9 Ep114: Community Spread Stupidity

"I'm pretty sure I'm right on this so I'm going to start the day basically repeating stuff I said yesterday. Why because I'm pretty sure I'm right, welcome. It's Eric Erickson here the phone number. If you WANNA be a part of the program today, eight, seven, seven, nine, seven, three, seven, four, two, five, eight, seven, seven, nine, seven, three, seven, four to five. I WANNA begin wasn't even going to start here, but I've just the more I thought about it. The more I am I see the chatter. It is the big story of the day the Supreme Court yesterday the Louisiana Abortion Case I. WanNa Walk You through this because I have a working theory here. and. There are a lot of conservatives who are upset and I let's walk through this. Let me explain to you as someone who has been a part of the conservative movement. Who knows the people? Who are engaged in trying to pick and vet? The Conservatives I. I WANNA. I WANNA walk you through my prevailing theories. It is it's it's important to me that we understand this that we all get on the same page here. I think that John Roberts is done with trump. That is my prevailing theory I think that John Roberts believes institutionally and philosophically. That, he is supposed to protect the supreme court above all else. The Supreme Court is. The supreme. Court should be above politics and so John. Roberts has become political to make it ironic I realize. Let me, explain this to you though from the Supreme Court vantage point if if you listen in the conversations right now at a nation as divided as we are, you hear two things. You hear the president and his supporters say that they have won the battle of stockpiling circuit courts. You've got gorsuch and Cavanaugh on the Supreme Court and you've got so many circuit and district judges now by Donald Trump. That's all they've done. The Senate hasn't been able to white their backside, but they've been able to confirm judges to courts. And, so the left response is, will we? We have no shot at legal advancement in the courts. What we need to do now is we need to Add seats to the Supreme Court. And if you get Joe, Biden and you get a democratic Senate. We're just gonna Ram things through. We'll get rid of the filibuster will pile progressives into the Supreme Court. Create new seats. They will do what Franklin Delano. Roosevelt wanted to do in the nineteen when there was. What if you go to law school? You learned about the switch in time that saved nine. You had a number of supreme, court justices, who were striking down FDR's. new deal platform. And FDR, the Democrats decided. They were going to add seats to the supreme. Court and Zoa. Majority of this report changed their positions. And FDR stopped the the effort to pack the court. It was called the switch in time that saved nine. Is doing his own version of that right now. Look at what's going on in the land. You've got Democrats talking about stockpiling the Supreme Court. You've got Republicans talking about having secured that the judiciary. Even if trump loses, the judiciary is in trump's hands, and Roberts needs to exert the independence of the third branch of government to show. It is not owned or controlled by other party. So, what does Roberts do well? There was a case three years ago four years with Scalia died. Died there was a case before the Supreme Court on abortion regulations in Texas very similar to what had happened in Louisiana and Roberts wrote the lead to sit against the Supreme Court. Striking down that Texas law. He was opposed to striking down the Texas law. The Louisiana was very very similar to it. And Roberts never joins the left reasoning yesterday. In the Louisiana case, he doesn't join the left always. Does this say I'll allow it? Because the story decisive I'll allow it. And then he writes this very interesting line I still think it is the most important line of the Robert's decision yesterday, and it's not his decision Steven Briar decision, but the Roberts concurrence in Judgment Rights. Very interesting line. That win! The legislature imposes an undue obstacle to exercise in right. The courts must act. When the legislature imposes undue obstacle to exercising a constitutional right, the court must act. Hello Second Amendment. So what is Roberts done with his decision yesterday with his decision to join the the left. He upheld an abortion law that he clearly doesn't like because he wrote several years ago. He didn't like this law and thought it was. Or a decision didn't light because he thought these laws were constitutional, if years ago and all these due to stay in Stari decides us. And he's amplifying that obstacles re involve court involvement I guarantee you the second amendments GonNa. Use this line that the cases involve the second amendment. That are that are coming. He didn't want any of the Second Amendment cases while Donald Trump is in the White House. Essentially what John Roberts is doing is saying that the conservative legal revolution is not over. It's on pause until Donald Trump goes away because donald trump has been very braggadocious about stockpiling the courts, and because he's been stockpiling the courts. He decided that the the John Roberts decided. The courts need to show their independent and their independent by rejecting one of the big things servers wanted while pay. No attention to the fact that conservatives actually got huge win at the Supreme Court yesterday. No one is talking about the the the. PB. The Financial Protection Bureau. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau that was a huge win for conservatives in John. Roberts wrote the decision yesterday. And it was a more important decision arguably than the abortion. Now it listen. I realized my pro-life runs out there, and I am pro-life. An owner of there's nothing more important than the unborn I understand. But in the grand scheme of time constitutional structure, the PB decision was actually more important and actually went for conservatives, overwhelmingly five four decision John Roberts wrote at the PB essentially created a board that is funded by the Federal Reserve the president appoints the head of it, and then no one can fire that person that person gets to set. All sorts of disruptive regulations can up in American society from the financial aspect. Go after banks in the like is is super, powerful has a budget that is not beholden to Congress and the president can't fire the person. Conservative sued and said the very structure of this board makes it unconstitutional that the president is the executive. All Power of the executive branch of government flows from the president. You hear this talked about sometimes is the unitary executive under the the ideals of the founders you had congress and you had a president and under the president there were other people in those people's power flowed from the president. Those people cannot exercise power unless the president himself had power the Consumer Financial Protection Division was a board was put into the executive branch of government. That's where the administrative agency lies. Congress has created a number of administrative agencies and then made it. It very hard for the president wants. He picks the person in charge to get rid of that person and yesterday. The Supreme Court said No. All Power Executive branch flows from the president and the president can fire anyone who's not exercising his power, so the PB structure was bad. They're not going to rule the entire institution unconstitutional as they rarely do, but the whole structure the president gets to hire and fire. The president appoints the Senate confirms, and then the president can fire. It will just like any other appointee. That's actually a huge decision for conservatives that will benefit government long-term in the ability of conservatives to restrain the bureaucratic state. No one's paying attention to that one. They're paid into the abortion decision. And they're scratching their head because Roberts for years ago. Rule that the very law or or in a descent, said the very law that score throw. Yesterday was fine and yesterday. Robert says well it's it's the court shouldn't be doing this because started to sizes I'm GonNa? Let them. What's going on here? It is John Roberts exerting the independence of the judiciary now this is not a defense. Please don't hear me as defending John Roberts. He got it wrong yesterday, but I'm trying to explain to you. What's happening? Look at the last several cases that have come up a go back two years ago to the census case John. Roberts clearly has had enough of the trump administration. It doesn't trust them. In the census case these Commerce Department at the last minute decided to add a question on whether or not someone in your household has citizens. And it went to the Supreme Court John Roberts's. This is a perfectly permissible question asking the census, but you can't ask it and the reason you can't ask. It is because you wait until the last minute you didn't allow public review and the you had multiple members of the administration offer competing reasons that couldn't reconcile with each other as to why you're asking, and that's true. You had multiple members Wilbur Ross the secretary of commerce, explaining why they wanted to add the census question, and all three explanations not only differed, but were in contradiction to each other. And to Robert, said the questions fine. You just can't do it in this way. Here's if you want to do this in the future. Here's what you can do if you want to roll something back from the last administration. Here's what you need to do so fast forward to the dock as two weeks ago. What happened with the trump administration? They did not follow what John Roberts said doing the census case they ran it through. And then you had Multiple Department of Homeland Security a Department of Homeland Security. Officials testify as to why they decided Rollback Dacca. And each of them disagreed in their explanation as to why they were doing. So Roberts writing his Dacca decision two weeks ago, says hey. Did you read what I said? This is perfectly legitimate for you to do, but you gotTA. Follow this procedure. which they chose not to do. And so he didn't let them do it. He's over Donald Trump. This is all about Robert's not only. Is, the invisible court or something else he's doing here to. Roberts is beginning to believe based on his writings. Roberts is the restraint in chief. He is restraining. The popular sentiment. Among the president right now. When Joe Biden becomes president. Democrats should be worried about John Roberts. With massive government programs coming environmental regulations coming Roberts's probably going to restrain them as well. He will not be consistent in his jurisprudence. He'll be consistent in his restraint, but then look at the gay, rights decision. So I in in the decision yesterday on abortion, Robert says something that essentially that, if let if the legislature puts undue obstacles between you and a constitutional right, courts can act, and I read that immediately thought Whoa. This laying groundwork for second amendment cases. Now look at the gay rights case from two weeks ago, that gorsuch authored. Here's the have what operates on the Supreme Court. If the chief justice is in the majority. He gets to direct. Who writes the opinion? If he's not in the majority, the ranking justice in the majority gets to direct who writes the opinion, so if Roberts had not been in the majority in that case Ruth Bader Ginsburg have directed someone right the opinion. So Robertson. Gorsuch suddenly find themselves in the majority. Doing what was going to happen anyway. Let's be honest here. the Democrats probably are GonNA, take the Senate in the White House in November they see the writing on the wall. It's not guaranteed. The polling can still change, but if you're looking at the landscape of American politics right now unless you're a true trump partisan, your thing and this thing could be up in it in November the Democrats to do this anyway, so. So, let's do it ourselves and we're going to write the parameters by which it can be done, so we take the issue off the table for Congress, Congress doesn't have to act. They're going to do it the way we want them to do it and we're going to start dropping suggestions that are favorable to religious liberty. Now some people have read the decisions that Oh no. This could be bad for religious liberty. I don't think it is a religious liberty case coming up. Now if the religious liberty case this coming up the Catholic charities, case versus Philadelphia comes up and the court throws out the Calix than than my whole theory screwed up and sure enough. We got a bunch of liberals on the Supreme Court. But I just think Robert's in particular. Is, trying to restrain this president. is done with his president doesn't trust. This president doesn't trust is legal team has seen them come up with multiple competing conflicting explanations for the things they want to do. He's told them all know he's restrained them. And I think he'll do that to the Biden prisons well, does it mean? Does it mean he's? He's part of the conservative movement, but I don't think he suddenly of the left I think Roberts is the chief justice of the United States, and he's trying to protect the court at a time. The Republicans claim to own it and the Democrats claim they're gonNA. Pack it. They put him in a position where he thinks he had to do this rightly or wrongly. He thinks he had to do this. We'll see what happens with religious liberty case, it's something he has long cared about Willie, abandoned that as well I don't think he will. I. Don't I suspect we'll see a majority. For Catholic charities coming up. I suspect we'll see a majority for little sisters of the poor coming up. It's going to be very interesting though in the next couple of weeks to see what the Supreme Court rules their big opinions that they should be rolling them out. this week. And, then they'll go home. And they'll come back in October. And we'll have an election, and if the lay the land changes I suspect you'll see John Roberts change. But I think that's what's going on here. Now. There's another angle to this. Though that we do need to pay attention to. And that is objectively with Roberts The right has not made. The advances on the Supreme Court that they thought they had made. And what's going on there? And what are they need to do when we come back? Let's discuss the advancement or lack thereof of conservative legal jurisprudence on the Supreme Court so let's talk momentarily about the conservative revolution. In the in the Supreme Court and there are a lot of conservatives who are disenchanted. Who are disaffected, given the both the discrimination case and The twisted textual ISM of Neal Gorsuch to get there, and then the Roberts decisions on Daca and this conservative revolution I. I'm seeing people right with an L. O.. L. In their. Conservative legal reform. Here's the thing. conservatives have gone repeatedly for people who joined the Federalist Society and work their way through the Federalist Society and Conservatives frankly. If. We're going to pick him like we pick our politicians. Let's be honest conservatives. Okay. I need to boss here. I'm about to sound very uncharitable to people who are really good friends of mine, and I don't mean to be and I need the issue that caveat up front. But let's take a look. Let's take the look at the people who get elected to Congress all the time. WHO CLAIM TO BE PRO-LIFE and love babies, and they run very very conservative in the primary, and then turn out to be absolute squashes. The very same conservatives who rallied to those pukes and squashes and get them elected to Congress are the ones who were rallying to the people who wanted to go to the court. You come in you, you. You do a song and dance routine You Hump the president's leg. You see you kiss a few babies and talk about how you love. Jesus and and you go to the the right Catholic Church with the right Catholic preach and and love the Latin mass and Oh my gosh. He's one of us all the corked. I mean these people are getting played. They're getting played. Their. Their Egos are getting stroked in. They're getting played. Now I happen to think that John Roberts is was a bit of an enigma that the The Bush w Bush H W got a suitor George Got Roberts Roberts's definitely an upgrade from suitor, even though people are mad at him right now, but they wanted somewhat of a `Nigma to getting through the the the congress recall at the time you will recall the filibuster. was still in place for judges and the Republicans had no. Wilda blow it up. But we're at the point where you do also need to understand that the buck also stopped with President. And there are people go to the president, and and they stroke the presidency. Go in the president is is he likes them? The president likes his impressions of certain people when he likes his impressions certain people. He decided to go with those people whether he needs to go with. Those people are not so to some degree. This is on the president as well. And that's just the reality of the situation. And as long as there are people. Who liked to have their EGO stroked. and. They are going to pick for the Supreme Court well. They'RE GONNA pick the people who stroke their ego. I I think Leonard Leo. Actually does a fairly good job. Have Putting Leonard Leo in charge. We've actually gotten scores and scores of solid judges and justices i. mean say what you will about. The gorsuch and the twisted textual is of I think Joe. Gorsuch is playing a game there. I think he thinks it's coming anyway. We'll get the supreme court to do it and score some big gains in the future for conservatives relying on decision. That was six three. And they can do so they can. They can protect title nine That's letting boys play in girls sports. They can say no. This only applied to title seven title nine, and and they can protect religion I. Think Their Games being played. Listen you WANNA. Put politicians on the supreme. Court don't be surprised when the politicians on the Supreme Court get political and play political games when they're not elected as they're not behold into voters, and they can play long-term Games. That's the thing you gotta understand here. Now. That's all we need to say about that. Guess what? There's a swine flu outbreak in China that looks like it could become a pandemic. A another flew into the virus, coming out of China the world. Health Organization is beginning to preemptively warn people about this massive swine flu outbreak in China. That could spread globally another flu. Meanwhile we're dealing with the Cova nineteen a surge in this country. It's not a second way. Way We haven't even gotten over the first wave. Hospitals are beginning to be overwhelmed and parts of Texas and Arizona Hospitalizations in Georgia have gone up yesterday. They'd gone down and they had, and then I saw the note that they were actually back over a thousand, and they're headed up Georgia again. Hospitalizations this time, overwhelmingly nationwide, the number of people in the hospital are younger people falling prey to the fallen victim to the virus. There's more we need to discuss about the virus, and meanwhile the governor is going to start a statewide campaign in Georgia. Trying to get people wear a mask. He doesn't want to mandate. People wear masks. He just wants you to actually well wear a mask. and. There are those who say they will not. We will discuss all of this I will take. Your phone calls as well eight, seven, seven, nine, seven, three, seven, four to five life when we come back Oh man I have a recipe that I need to send out this week. I cooked it myself this weekend on instagram. It is a grilled chicken Schwartz, but it's it's not a swarm on a on a vertical Rotisserie, but But. You can throw it on the grill. Mandate have good flavor. Wow, it was really good I will send that recipe out text. The word recipe, two, three, three, seven, seven seven, and I will get that recipe out to you I wanNA, talk about the virus a. we need to talk about the virus. My starting point is a Washington Post story. made it to the Houston. Chronicle I the the story aggravates me. A hyper vigilant mom followed every health guidelines. She still caught the corona virus. And it it. Talks about what a horror horrifying situation it is! To get the virus and you read this and You. You read this and you think. Wait a second this. Is that bad actually? And it frustrated me and and I want to talk about that in in terms of the frustration. So this is a lady I I. Don't I don't WanNa give you can find the article I don't want to disparage her. I, mean she. She had what was for her a very difficult experience. She she remember going to bed. Thirsty May twenty-first, feeling a little more tired than normal little bit of an upset. Upset stomach nothing unusual woke up in the middle of the night feeling I had the chills not so much that even got a bed, but in the morning had one hundred point five degree temperature, and it is definitely a fever, and she became terrified, so she called her healthcare provider at seven am. She had had a baby she'd been breastfeeding. She was able to get the test and it was positive. So, she went to bed. I want you to have this time line. This is this is the Washington. Post retirement of the story. She went to bed. A little tired woke up in the middle of the night, not feeling well woke up in the morning, and definitely had one hundred point, five degree fever win, and got her test went. Home got back in bed, woke up. The next day felt fine. Turns out. She had the virus her husband. Did Not get the virus cried. And so she has to. The husband disinfected everything in the house washed all the kids clothes washed. All the toys everything the wife could have touched. The wife stayed confined in their room. The husband had to go get tested. He tested negative The child seemed to be doing fine. The wife couldn't breastfeed. She is in the locker room for fourteen days. That's difficult and a pain in the butt and I've talked to several people who've had to quarantine like this I. Don't know how I would do it. If I felt fine, I would want to do the show even if I tested positive, I guess I would. I would live downstairs and walked down the hall sprain Lysol as I walked. And come into my office in between my office guest bedroom. Stay quarantined for fourteen years I I. Don't know. But that is the very mild case. She she got one hundred point. Five degree temperature was quarantined for forty days didn't give it to anyone her symptoms lasted for twenty four hours and that was it. That is the mildest of the mild cases and most people who get the virus. Now we're learning. Our ASE dramatic. They'll get it and never know it. And that the good news there is that this dramatically lowers the mortality rate. But we're still looking at about a one percent fatality rate, which is ten times higher than the flu about a tenth of a percent of people who get the flu die an. We're around one percent with this among people tested. It's around three to five percent. Depending on where you are in the world. Texas is around one percent Georgia's actually been around three percent in fatality, but here's the point The virus is spreading again. We're not even out of the first wave. We flattened the curve. So that people could get out and about, but people did not do what they need to do. And I gotTa Tell You, I'm I'm. England I'm turning on the recorder here. Because I want this documented beyond facebook feed. I'm a little bit aggravated with the blinders out there who are whining about governor Brian Kemp. Oh my goodness, why isn't he forcing people to shelter in place? Why is he forced businesses to shutdown? Why is he allowing restaurants to be? Why am I allowed to go to work? Why why? Why? Governor? Why are you doing this? Take responsibility for your own damn self. There is a virus spreading for which there is no cure. The Cure Right now is to shut down every business and ruin lives financially in allow kids to stay home with abuse appearance, and and those were being abused by their spouse to be sheltered in place with those people and not let people get other house. Not Let people go about their business. Not Let people get haircuts. Why don't you just put on the day? Mass can go about your business name the number. Number of people who don't even want to put on a mask. They would rather be sheltered in place. Then put on a mask, but some people don't even want to do that A. now. We have the virus spreading. No the protesters. Were you know there are protesters who are spreading the virus, but it's not just the protesters. It's also twentysomethings who are going out to bars and restaurants. The twentysomethings on Lake Lanier here in Georgia, but on party boats spreading the virus amongst themselves. Exercise a little bit of personal responsibility. There is no conspiracy here. There is no government conspiracy to restrain your liberty. There is a global pandemic and people in power or trying to stop it from spreading, so we can go about our lives and some of you. Idiots don't even want to put on a math because it. Each your liberty in the person next to you. It's their health and their life. All you gotta do is be a good neighbor. But the idea that the governor should tell you to stay home. Keep yourself home. Keep yourself home. there. There's no reason for you to have to have the governor of Georgia, tell you to stay home when you can keep yourself home. You don't feel comfortable going to the store. Guess what you don't have to go to the store. You don't feel comfortable going to a restaurant. Guess what you don't have to go to a restaurant. You don't feel comfortable walking the street. Guess what you don't have to do that. It's not the governor's fault. It's not the governor's problem. That's on you the idea that the governor of the state of Georgia should shut down our economy again. Because people are too damn responsible to be responsible enough to stop the virus from spreading through their own personal behavior. That's not the problem in. Yes, I am sorry for the language, but come on people. This is on you. It's not on him. Stop making about him or any of the governor. Do you notice? The media wants to blame Brian Kim and to Santa's and Doug Ducey, but they don't WanNA blame What's his name? Get Gavin newsom in California where the virus is running. Running rampant, a seventy percent spike. They don't want to blame Andrew Cuomo who built his model of the curb. Do you know the number of daily deaths in new? York still is is more than other states New York new, Jersey California still lead the nation in the number of cases, contracted and the number of deaths, and yet they want to fixate on the southern states, because the media is done with being fair and objective, and they're all about partisan Acharya to help Joe Biden. And part of the problem with the people bellyaching about Brian Kip, not doing what he needs to do to stop the virus a because they don't like him because they voted for Stacey Abrams to begin with, and they've got a sympathetic ear in the media. All. You need to do is stay home if you don't feel comfortable going out. And, if you go out where mask? Do you know why you wear a mask? You wear a mask because someone may have the virus. And you could inhale the particles that that's not actually where it why you were mask. Do you know why that's not good? Because most of your wearing cloth masks and the virus? If you're next to the person when they call is going to penetrate your mask, and you're going to hail it and get it, or it's going to get into your eye or your or you're going to be one of those idiots who put your mask on your face and doesn't cover your nose. You wear the mask because you may have the virus. And just as you cover your mouth with your hand or your elbow when you cough. By covering your mouth, you mitigate the amount of water vapor that you release because the virus is spread through the water vapor that you release in your breath. and. Yes, your mask actually will work. To mitigate that to some degree now it's not perfect unless you're doing in ninety five. It's not perfect. But if you were an imperfect mask and the other person wears an imperfect mask, it actually makes it fairly perfect solution. Because if you breath out, and they breathe in, it minimizes what gets into their mouth. That minimizes what gets out of your mouth. If everybody does it, you actually reduce the virus, but you don't even have to believe me. Believe the fine people of Japan. or South Korea. or Taiwan. Or Singapore or Slovenia, all these places have reopened their countries. All of these places are open for business. All these places have restaurants open. All of these places have bars open. All these places have schools open. All these places are going about their lives because their citizens are Edna every now. Go here math because I ran out the internet pig. It's GonNa. Help me anyway. Yes, it is you idiot. The governor of the state of Georgia is going to do a campaign around the city Georgia urging people do the right thing. And where do you really think? The governor of Georgia wants to spend his time on a bus tour of the state, telling people to put on a mask. No, do you know what he's doing it because you're an idiot. And he wants you to wear a mask. It's not about your liberty. Safe about your neighbors health. It's silly that we've gotten to this point. It is silly that the nanny Stacey Abrams voters are mad at the governor. Because he's not forcing you people to stay home. He's not forcing businesses to shut. You. Know you don't have to go out if you don't want to. They're still they've extended unemployment benefits. Stop Complaining About Governor, but do the right thing. If you support the governor, but it this way Stacey Abrams is going to run against Brian twenty, twenty two. Do. You want her to be elected. Though those you're listening to me right now, you say Abrahams elected. If you don't put on the mask. Because? She's GonNa. Use this issue against the governor. And the little knees who want him to shut down the entire state? They're gonNA. Use this as an issue. The governor should have shut us all down and forcibly rounded us up and throw us in jail if we left our houses that he didn't do that. You know in the in the suburbs. That's going to be a compelling message. So. Just wear the mask. Wearing the mask gives us a competitive advantage against other states. Where the mask. The virus is spreading. Is Spreading from the protesters you know. The media kept saying no, no, no in. There wasn't a lot of data out there that the virus was spreading. But you know what guess what there is. There is data out there now that the protesters have been spreading the virus. Just? Not as much as the kids were going into restaurants and bars. That's really where it is Doug Ducey. The Governor of Arizona has had shut back down restaurants and bars why? Because the virus spreading. By people, going to bars and restaurants. All you gotta do is be responsible. In some of you can't be responsible if you can't be responsible. People are going to trust you, and they're going to want to expand the power of the state. That's what you're seeing with the left right now. The left wants the government to step in and shut down every business in. Send you back home and arrest you if you come out of your house. Why because the left doesn't you re responsible? You gotTA prove them wrong. In these these way to prove them wrong is when you go into crowd wear mask. You don't need to wear a mask if you're walking down the street by yourself. You don't need to wear a mask if you go to the gym that stupid. But if you go to a restaurant. And you're waiting in the crowd for a table where a mask until you get your table. If you're going to the grocery store. WHERE MASK! If you're going to your office, where mask, if you around group of people in your closely quartered where mask. It's not hard. Not Hard, it actually will keep the virus from spreading now listen one of the things that you combating one of the things. I am combating on a daily basis. Now I get emails from people showing me a bunch of fringe websites that have doctors who have MD's or PhD's No, actually a mask won't stop a respiratory infection from spreading. Now I'm sorry. I can lead you to the truth, but I can't make you accept it when you have one doctor out there telling you that Master's work and you've got five thousand doctors out there. Telling you it will. You're going to believe the one guy well. Yes, because he's marching to the Beatles drummer year right off the cliff. Right off a cliff. Sometimes there are real experts and they know what they're talking about it right now. The experts say just put on the mask. Just do it. I don't want to be preachy it on a browbeat Ya, but some of you are trying to make this a turn a molehill into a mountain. That is an infringement of your individual liberty that that the virus that the the virus is not really pretty I want to tell you something. I mean this and this is going to hurt your feelings. If you don't know anyone who's been impacted by this virus. You probably lead a sheltered isolated life. And that's on you. That's not on everyone else. The fact that you know one you love or no has been impacted by the virus allows you to believe it's a conspiracy, because probably no one likes you or you like no one you live by yourself at an isolated existence, because I know dozens and dozens and dozens of people now some of whom who've died in most of the people I, know who actually live a life of carrying in the community where they're active, and actually have friends know people who've been affected by the virus. The fact that you don't know anyone who's been affected by the virus probably speaks very poorly of you. That hurt your feelings. I'm sorry, but that actually speaks to you the fact that we a virus that has impacted millions of people more than one hundred thousand Americans have died, and you still think it's no big deal and don't know anyone who has been impacted. That suggests no one likes you and you have no friends. And that's a damning indictment of you. Not of anyone else put on the mask. Be Responsible. Stop the virus from spreading, and we can all go back to work and lead a happy existence. The virus go away. But until then. Stay home. If you're not gonNA, put on the mask and yes I realized the media's been hypocritical. They've covered it hypocritically all of that, but come on people. The whole world is being impacted by this virus. You know the only places that aren't anymore. The ones where everybody's wearing a mask. Maybe, we should be more like them. All right I'm already getting the hate mail I listen I. Stand by, it We've got millions of people in this country. Who have had this virus? And if you don't know someone who's been impacted by this virus. Then that actually suggests you don't have any friends. And I I, really I don't mean to be a jerk about it, but that's that's just it. I. Just this is. This is a The. I know so many people now who've been affected by this I know people have died because of this virus. I know people who've been on a ventilator because of this virus. I know people who've had mild cases. I know people who have had cases who only know because the the antibody test and they had no symptoms at all, and you know what there's actually a lot of data out there that There's actually a lot of data out there that the antibody tests are still wrong. That people actually are testing positive when they shouldn't be. You all it's! It's it's. This this is a problem. and. Part of the issue here is well. We do need to knowledge and I want knowledge. Is the media coverage of it has been so bad. The fearmongering from the press, the double standard for the press on the protesters. It's all been bad. But. That doesn't mean we should ignore reality just because the media screws up the media screwed up on a daily basis. Let's go to the Robert and Fayetteville. You're going to be next, welcome. Hi Hey. Eric I think the conversation also needs to be opened up. It was mentioned that I think at the first of this about how many people are really affected by Kobe nineteen? Who Don't even really have it I mean just the mental stress of it all we just we recently buried a relative of ours that he he was tested twice before going into the hospital for Covid nineteen, he went into the hospital for other issues, but He was. He was underwater depression He was under a water stress and we felt like that. Just because of this you know. He felt very very isolated in away from his family, and we feel like that just the stresses and strains of this pandemic, really kind of brought brought this to a head, and if it wasn't for Kobe by cheap, we would probably still have the man here. It's interesting. You say that Robert. Because the number of people I know who you will you know. Addiction has become an issue for example, I know a person who is a friend of mine who has had to go get treatment because they are. They're in a risk category for the virus, and so they've stayed home and drug and alcohol dependency. essentially consumed them they they couldn't leave their house. They lived. Lived a lonely existence, and they had the bottle to keep them company, and at least they were sensible enough to go get help or the number of people who can't go like my wife. For example who should have had her lung cancer screenings months ago and couldn't get to emory. They wouldn't let her come in. Because of a situation, they finally did and she's. She's. The scans were good. Thank goodness, but. All of the ramifications of fall out of this. It's just if people would just wear a mask you know. My wife actually went to the doctor yesterday for a checkup, and the doctor was telling her that the doctor has actually had patients laugh at the doctor for making everybody in the office where masks. which is just so we wouldn't when your doctor is telling you wear a mask and you're laughing, ridiculing the doctor that you're over blowing it, I mean. There's there's a problem with with people Robert Thank you for the call and I'm sorry for your loss, but you're right. There are fallout to this. People don't get the virus. And then get getting situations and isolated existence, and it becomes a problem for them to. All you gotTA. Do is where masks. So you know we're. We're going to the beach for fourth drag at a new yesterday from the Homeowner Association in Hilton. Head Hilton head has ordered that. If you go in anywhere, you're GONNA have to wear a mask on even a restaurant. You'll have to wear a mask until you get seated at your table. Have your food arrive? You'll have to wear a mask. If you're eating outdoors, you'll be fine, but inside you have a mask. Why because of the huge spike local communities were taking action your community probably should as well I mentioned yesterday going to fresh market that. When I went to market, there's a big sign at the front door. It used to be little like eight and a half by eleven piece of paper taped, and now it's a big sign saying you must wear a mask when you come into this place. Where mask I gotta go to my office this afternoon normally I do the show out of the house. Go to my office late this afternoon. I've I've got a go there tonight. and I wear a mask in the office. I got to wear a mask all the way from my office to the actual studio. Where I broadcast my evening, show gotta wear masks. 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You just. y'All did not get to hear me belittling my audience in the last hour, at least some of them on getting angry emails from people. All well I'm sorry. I hurt your feelings I well I'm not really I just I'm aggravated. We, we see the hospitalizations in Georgia going back up the virus, going back up, people are starting to freak out. You've got the left is blasting Brian Kemp for not shutting the site down. and people just won't do what they need to do to keep the virus from spreading. It's it's actually believe it or not not terribly difficult to keep the virus from spreading. Stay away from crowds. Wear a mask and wash your hands. And yet people don't want to do those things I wanna move on to other stuff I'm I'm really I'm tired of talking about the virus. Let me begin. With the couple in Saint Louis. You know with a couple of Saint Louis my buddy Brett. Just sent me this image of the. I, you've probably seen the memes. This couple is a mean generating genius machine. They they should cash in. Suburban commando it's got the duty as brooks brothers Polo holding his Ar, and says he just wanted to grill now. He just wants to kill. Here's all I. Want to say about that. I got nothing to say about it. Everybody expects a comment on all this stuff here. Look y'all seriously This was a private gated community. The protesters who had been vandalizing property tore down the gates. went through this private neighborhood and started making for. It's about burning down the houses, and the couple decided to pull out their guns and stand on their front lawn to protect their home i. don't blame them, they spend. Have you seen the pictures of this house? It is an Italian palace. Italian Palazzo. It's gorgeous on the inside. It is a nineteenth century gorgeous. Which means by presents near to it as as an aside. As an aside I guess I should give the full number to should night eight, seven, seven, nine, seven, three, seven, four to five, as in what is it about? Reach people an ugly stuff I. Just I. I need to understand this. Because I've never understood this phenomena, you know one day I would like the show to be syndicated so that I could buy my house at Lake, Burton. A. Get a place at the beach and buy some acreage. We got some acreage north of me. That I'd love to buy I. Don't have the money for just build the house and I just I I got a house of my head. It's a big house. It's a big house, but it's not a Gaudy. House I've had this house in my head for for years and. So I go online sometimes and I look at the the different places that are for sale or you go the Sotheby's website where he's the all the places around the world. Why do people have the ugliest houses? What what new rich people? Why do new rich people always build these? God awful ugly houses. I mean it looks like Gucci puked in these houses I. don't understand it. You got the gold and you've got the I want to be. Here's the one thing I do I. Do not want a Fritsch style house. You know what I. Don't WanNa fringe style house. Because every new rich person decides. They want a french-style house and it looked so uncomfortable. It looks like you've got to have a corn cob up your butts. Even sit on the couch. Why why why do people do this? I know people like this I. I know people like this. Some! Oh, Gosh, a couple of more probably listening right now. They build these mansions because they wanNA, flaunt their wealth. And in so doing the it is the the gaudensius hideous stuff with their marble floors, and they're. They're candelabra and chandeliers and their kitchen. These people are anorexic and they've got a kitchen that size. There's no way they actually use that kitchen. I mean they don't eat. I mean. They've got their whiter. who the hell needs a wine cellar that big? Anyway you're going through these places. You've got like a wine cellar that holds two three thousand bottles of wine. Are You an alcoholic I? Don't understand the people who build these sorts of houses, they houses. You'll never resell you just WANNA flaunt your wealth or something. It's just act I. It's absurd. If I build my house I, want a house that actually is comfortable to live in. I if I built my house. I want a house that actually we we don't. We wouldn't. We would be thinking. We could come into this house with muddy feet, and everything would be okay I. Don't WanNa live in a museum. And I go right now. These people in in in Saint Louis. This house was built by one of the errors of the Budweiser Fortune in this private well-to-do Street in a crime ridden city. It is an Italian Palazzo, it was built in the eighteen hundreds or the early nineteen hundred others built in the gilded age, and it is gorgeous, and it's antique, and it has lived in and I'm thinking you know if you. If you royalty, you'd be right at home. If. You're a vanderbilt. You'd be ready. If you're a wealthy traveler, you'll be ready. Right at home so I I've got a buddy of mine and a group a doctor. And he has a lot of acreage, a very nice house and architect bill, and you could walk around the house, and just become got a gourmet kitchen, and it is comfortable. It is relaxed it's great for entertaining. You can tell the man has money, but it. It's not ostentatious, and then I know a guy who lives up in bucket lives right off of West paces ferry. Lives in a house and ice. Where do you? This House looks like it's a museum that had Gucci and White, Trash Gucci and and honey. Boo Boos, mom together through up in this house, and I do not understand. It's like the lovechild of. Gucci and honey boo boos, mom I it just it's horrific. I mean the house could be like A. IT could be like a double wide with marble floors. I don't understand people who they spend their money to show off their. This is not where I intended to go. I, just I this has been building for a while as I've been looking at houses I just don't understand why anyone would would want to. Would want to live in a house where you've got to be on tipsters I actually had a friend when I was in college. and. Everything in his parent's home was white. And when you went to the house, you had to take off your shoes. To be able to walk in the house. And thinking why why I would never wanna live like this. I would never want to live like this. If I if I, if I make it in radio, and with with monologues like this, I don't think I will but nonetheless. If I, ever get a lot of money. I WANNA buy a lot of land and I. Just want a nice ice out. I, want it to be I. Guess we're not allowed to say plantation style anymore on the radio. I grew up in south. Louisiana where all the old beautiful. Plantation homes, a neo classical Greco. Roman British West indies style house, with with you know what I want. Porches and balconies and a sleeping Bordj but I wanted to be comfortable. I'm most concerned with the kitchen. It's it's gotta be gotta be double ovens. It's gotta be a sixty inch range. You gotTa have induction in gas. You GotTa have the big sub. Zero refrigerators and freezers I got all this planned out. My head I got a beautiful house built in my head. I'll probably never have the money to build it, but nonetheless I don't want that Gaudy Gaudy Gold Leaf. The okay. We can move on that couple. However, they seem to like it. They spent millions of dollars renovating this Italian plots, and Saint Louis and they intended to defend it. The wife bad bad bad with her fingers. She had it on the trigger every. If you've gone through a gun class. Don't ever put your finger on the trigger unless you're ready to pull it. And she had her finger on the trigger. She shouldn't have done that. The husband at one point had his ar pointed at his wife shouldn't have done it, but they were defending their property. They are not the bad guys here. The bad guys are the people who broke down the gates of the neighborhood and tried to storm in chanting to burning up. Did you hear it? Jeff bezos house in Washington DC. Somewhat put a guillotine. On. The sidewalk outside Jeff Bezos has house. What we're seeing here is that none of this is about. The civil war. None of this is about slavery. None of this at this point is about any of that. This is about nursing grievances about America itself. These people are anti-american. That's what all of this is about. These people are out to up end the United States of America because of their pinup grievances about their perceived injustice in this country, and ironically, many of these people have never actually lived anywhere else. these people are out there protesting the very idea. Of America an idea of an ideal that we continually strive to live up to. We are never perfect, and always in quest for perfection, and right now they've demanded societal upheaval. Here's mark decent talking on Fox. News about this. This is what they did. The George Washington this is red paint to statues of Washington the one on the left to show with him and his. Israel as General in the other one is a statesman and politician in president. Shown on the right. Now, this is what you're getting in a lot of American cities mark. And no doubt the this is the problem with the American left. They always go too far instead of pushing for police reform, which is something that a majority of Americans support including Republicans on Capitol Hill. Bill short-circuited by by Democrats they go for the police, which is a minority -tarian view, and instead of starting a national conversation on confederate memorials, which I think, a lot of people would be would support a revisiting and removing they go after George Washington. They go after Abraham Lincoln. S Grant left wing mobs, tearing down and defacing these these statues, and the re what what did show is they're not against the confederacy there against the Union. There against America they think that America's irredeemably racist because of art because we had slavery at our founding all institutions that were founded on during slavery and inventive slavery were are irredeemably racist than that. Let's start with with canceling the Democratic Party which was founded to to to get rid to defense. Labor which was founded to oppose the civil rights room and defend the segregation if Democratic Party, if your roots in in the history or make you irredeemably racist than the Democrat Party needs to. You know. Maybe they should take on the history of the Democratic Party. He's not wrong. You know the left. Did this revisionism in the nineteen sixties nineteen seventies that all the all those racists became Republicans and and and that's that's what it's all about. That's not really true. It was the Democrats were filibuster in the civil. Rights Act. It was the Republicans who were helping. Pass it it. It was the Republicans who were helping advance civil rights. That's not to say that the Republican Party is is pure as the driven snow, no, the Republican. Republican Party, itself does have problems, but it is interesting to watch the revisionism American left when it comes to dealing with the history of the Democratic Party, and they can't be honest about it, and they say oh. All these people would be Republicans except they have a Robin George Wallace. You know you've actually had people on the left claim that George Wallace became a Republican. He did not George. Wallace did not become a Republican. George Wallace left the Democratic Party ever so slightly and then. When back the Democratic Party and in so doing. Stated Democrat opposed Ronald Reagan. And the left wants to ignore all that they want to rewrite American. History. maybe maybe the democratic. Party needs to pay a little more attention to itself. You know just just just two words for you when it comes to Democrats race in this country Beto ARRC. Oh Iraq. In two thousand eighteen, but over work, a white dude who had beaten a Hispanic man to become a congressman have beaten US Hispanic Democrat to become a Congressman Challenge Ted. Cruz and the National Media Went Gaga Forum talking about as Kennedy Good looks the like, and he was challenging Hispanic whose family whose father had emigrated to this country. And he lost. And, you know who got closer. What's his name? Gay Meth Dude in Florida who ran for governor there and Stacey Abrams here in Georgia. Stacey Abrams got closer to Brian Kemp then, but O'Rourke got to Ted Cruz in Texas. Now Abrahams would not have run a one off. Run off won a run off, but you got close. And and the progressives in the media who paid attention to the kennedy-esque, good looks of but O'Rourke against these banning totally nor the black woman who had a better chance, and ever since they've been succumb by overcome by white guilt and have had to push every narrative Stacey Abrams as wanted to make amends Maybe the media needs to assess its own racism in its covering of the Democratic Party before it lectures the rest of us, and that could go for the Democrats as a whole as well The Democrats propped up O'Rourke on a pedestal after having Beata Hispanic Democrat. And tried to run against his Hispanic man, a for the advancement of a white dude in Texas because that Hispanic guy had wrong think in that's what you see time and again when it comes to the treatment of Bobby, Jindal or Nikki, Haley, or Ted, Cruz or Marco, Rubio or the like Democrats are perfectly fine with racism. As long as it's racism directed at Republicans, Maybe they need to account for the problems with their own party before they start lecturing US nationally. It is you're hearing here. The full number is eight, seven, seven, nine, seven, three, seven, four, two, five, eight, seven, seven, nine, seven, three, seven, four to five. Reiner has died. I how? He was. When I was a kid. Watch reruns of the Dick Van Dyke show. He spent on on stuff recently What is he, wasn't he? Rob Reiner's Dad. Corey in Rob Reiner. The obnoxious one E-, but he was a famous comedian Now I'm trying to. Oh. He helped create the Dick Van Dyke show Let's see what what is what is his? Latest one's Let's see he was in The jerk. That's where he was most famous He was in TV he meant. He was in a lot of TV show justice. He played voice family guy. He was a voice in Family Guy, parks and recreation of voice in in the Cleveland Show and American Dad of voice in our, he was in two and a half men for a number of episodes. BOSTON, legal ally, mcbeal. Yeah. I! Mean the man just. He was a legend Help Right the Dick Van Dyke show. number of others by the way reminding me you know. The Simpsons now they're only going to have yellow people playing characters. You Gotta die your skin yellow per so so. This is this is where the this stuff goes off the rails, folks. Show. They're upset that you've had potentially white people. Play doing the voices of non white characters. And so they have to get rid of the non white. They have to get rid of the white people doing the voices for non white people. Now! Here's the thing. This is this is where it breaks down. Do you think the people who are complaining? Will be would insist that if you had an an Asian, get listen. You had a Korean character. WOULD THEY BE UPSET? If a Japanese or Chinese? Person did the voice of the green character. The outs are given that it's a bunch of millennial white people who are protesting. No, they won't care because it's Asian Asian never mind that the historic divide between those countries. Never never mind that. it it just it it striking to me. To see the number of people out there who get so worked up of other stuff and they don't actually think through. you're watching a cartoon. You're watching a cartoon in. Let's see I. I don't know I I. Don't know who the voice of Abu is The the Indian store owner? I don't care that. The person is is i. don't care what race I don't know I I it's it's. It's the cartoon character. Homer Simpson's yellow. Bart Simpson is is yellow. I don't understand the desire to do this like for example Warner Brothers. If you get HBO Max now they're getting rid of the elmer, fudd gun. It's GonNa be hard for him to haunt Alab killed lab when we need. He doesn't have a gun. He's got a tickle device or something. I I don't know what it is. political correctness. Run Amok it is, it's you're being near being sensitive to people's feelings. To make yourself feel good. It's like y'all. I am tired of white people telling me how to appreciate black lives. I I have had enough of well to do well meaning liberal white people telling me what I must do to be anti-racist. Elizabeth Warren of all people on the floor of the Senate urging people. Tens of thousands of Americans protesting the appalling killings of black men and women are calling up on us on all of us not just to say the words, black lives matter, but to take a tangible step toward making it true by breaking apart the systems that have stolen countless black lives, and denied black-americans, Opportunity and equal treatment. Being race conscious is not enough. It never was. We must be anti racists. Do You Really Want Elizabeth Warren? Who manufactured her genetic tests to prove? She was American Indian. Put that being the person as your face of. Let's be anti-racist. Really I am so tired of white people telling me what books I need to read and movies. I need to watch restaurants. I needed patronized to support black culture. Why don't we listen to some black voices as well? There are plenty of good ones out there to listen to as opposed to all these white people. People I. I'm when we come back on and tell you exactly what's going to happen with this movement. That's going on in the country right now. I know what's going to happen to it. I'm afraid I lost a listener and a reader. he's he. He sent me just GonNa. Read you the email that I just got. Hey, Eric I've considered this on a number of GEICO. But today was the last Straw. Sadly, I now see you're part of the problem. You are the media. All the news was about the rier riots and the virus went away now the riots subsided. It's the virus again and now you even say we should wear masks. Sorry, Eric I can no longer support you. oh, okay. Okay! Okay there we go, okay, Wow, okay. He. He can't support me because of just said that you should wear masks, I, guess he's not GonNa vote for vice president. Pence, Susa yesterday, or for governor Kemp in Georgia who also says it or governor Ducey of Arizona Governor Abbot of Texas or Governor to Santa's of Florida or or Governor Ivey of Alabama former vice president. Dick Cheney the Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell and and the like all of whom have said to wear masks I guess okay there is A. There's a big big big big big Supreme Court Case Big Supreme Court. Case it is the Espinoza case it is about. Catholic charities and Catholic schools, and it is a huge huge win for religious liberty. Authored by Justice Alito. And Roberts also. Writes a five four majority. Whiles too long didn't read. A state need not subsidized private education, but once the state decides to do so it cannot disqualify some private school solely because they are religious so essentially in this case the Democrats in Philadelphia believe this is the that case there's. A couple of them no, no, no I'm sorry. No, this is the Montana one. This is the Montana case. This is the big one Montana has decided that it wanted to exclude religious schools from participating in a tax credit scholarship voucher like program This was the Blaine amendment. essentially. The Blaine Amendment is dead. You need to understand the Blaine amendment. The Blaine Amendment I believe he began became speaker of the House I think he was from Massachusetts or new senator. Blaine in yeah anyway. So Senator Blaine back in the late eighteen, hundred with the rise of or early nineteen, hundred with the rise of Catholic Irish Catholic immigrants to the United States win on an anti-catholic campaign and began because Catholics restarting schools. began a campaign of constitutional amendments rally country. To prevent state money from flowing into religious institutions. Montana's one of the states that had a Blaine Amendment and Montana used a tax credit scholarship and in its tax credit scholarships. Prohibited Christian schools from taking advantage of the tech trump scholarship now essentially what Montana did is said that If you go to a private school in Montana, you too can get money from this tax credits our ship. This is very much like in Georgia. We have an opportunity scholarship fund where. You? Can you take money? We've already gone just. This is not the the lottery issue. We've got a fund in Georgia. Where if you put contributed dollars one of these educational scholarships you can subtract a dollar from what you pay the state income tax. It's a dollar for dollar match, so you spend a dollar to help. Send A poor kid to a private school. Through one of these funds, you can subtract a dollar for what you owe in taxes as a credit to your tax bill and in Montana. They have very similar thing, but religious schools were prohibited. From participating in the program. And so a family sued. and John Roberts, writing for the court says that if the state decides to subsidize private schools through one of these charities, then you cannot discriminate. Among religious and secular private schools that if you do this, then, you can't say well. Everybody's allowed, but religious institutions are not allowed and man This is John Roberts riding the decision And and let's see For Innovation One must look to the since they're roomier. Flexible approaches to discrimination against religious organizations and observers would mark a significant departure from our free exercise precedence, the protections of the free exercise clause do not depend on judgment by judgment analysis, regarding whether discrimination against religious urines would somehow serve illdefined purposes because the Montana Supreme Court applied the no aid provisions to discriminate against schools and parents. On the religious character of the schools, the strictest scrutiny is required that stringent standard is not watered down, but really means what it says to satisfy. Government action must advance interest of the highest order, and must be narrowly tailored in pursuit of those interests. The Montana Supreme Court asserted that the no aid provisions served Montana's interest in separating church and state more fiercely than the federal constitution, but that interest cannot qualify as compelling in the face of the infringement of free exercise, a states interest in achieving greater separation of church and state that has already insured under the establishment. Call clause is limited by the free exercise clause. The Department for its part, a search that the no aid provisions the Department of Education, in Montana a search that the no aid provisions actually promotes religious freedom in the Department of Education's view from Montana. The no aid provisions protects religious liberty of taxpayers by ensuring that their taxes are not directed to religious organizations, and it safeguards the freedom of religious organizations by keeping the government out of their operations, an infringement of First Amendment, rights however cannot be justified by states alternative view that the infringement advances religious liberty, our federal system prizes state experimentation, but not spit state experimentation in the suppression of free speech, and the same goes for the free exercise of religion. Furthermore, we do not see how the no. No aid provisions promotes religious. Freedom is noted this court has repeatedly upheld government programs that spin taxpayer funds on equal aid to religious observers organizations particularly when the link between government and religion is attenuated private choices, a school concerned about government involvement with its religious activities might reasonably decide for itself not to participate in a government program, but we doubt that the schools liberty is enhanced by eliminating any option to participate in the first place that Minnesota Montana Department of Education's argument is especially unconvincing, because the infringement of religious liberty here broadly affects both religious schools and adherence. Montana's no aid provisions imposes a categorical ban. This prohibition is far more sweeping than the policy and the Supreme Court case at Trinity Lutheran. which barred churches from one narrow program for playground surfaces causing in all likelihood, only a few extra scraped knees at the prohibition before us today burdens and the prohibition before say Burns not only religious schools, but also the families whose children attend or hoped to attend them droid on enduring American tradition. We have long recognized the rights appearance to direct to the religious upbringing of their children. Many parents exercise that right by sending their children to religious. Religious schools a choice protected by the constitution, but the no aid provisions penalizes that decision by cutting families off from otherwise available benefits, if they choose a religious private school, rather than a secular one, and for no other reason, other than the religious nature of the school. The Department of Education of Montana suggested that the new aid provision advances Montana's interest in public education. According to that department, the no aid provisions safeguards the public school system. During the government, support is not diverted to private schools, but under that framing the no aid provisions factually under inclusive, because it offers, objectives are not pursued with respect to an allergist, nonreligious conduct on the departments of you. An interest in public education has undermined by diverting government support to any private school yet. The no aid provisions bars only to religious school so law. Law does not advance an interest of the highest order when it leaves appreciable damage to that supposedly vital interest, unprotected Montana's interest in public education cannot justify need provision that requires only religious private schools to bear its way to state need not subsidized private education, but once the state decides to subsidize private education. It cannot disqualify some private schools solely because they are religious. That is John. Roberts the liberal. Writing for the Supreme Court today, a five to four decision. Justice Thomas Justice gorsuch right concurring opinions here. This is actually a very big case today. In the Supreme Court at Roberts's hand and essentially, here's the fact pattern Montana has as I mentioned earlier. Montana has a scholarship program where a parent can send their child to a school of their choice, and the state will subsidize the cost if it is a private school. But Montana says because of the separation of church and state not a penny of the scholarship can go to a religious school. And the five members of the Court Roberts Thomas Alito. Gorsuch and Cavanaugh have said that that provision is unconstitutional that again, according to John Roberts the moment, the state decides to allow money flow private schools. It cannot differentiate between. Secular and sectarian private schools. That's a huge win. For Conservatives. That is a huge win I find that I. Just that's that's that's good. And again it goes to show. This goes back to my original opening, and I suspect. We're probably GONNA. See the Catholic charities case. Come down. Come down the same way. The Supreme Court essentially ruling unconstitutional the constitutional amendments of multiple supreme. Court cases are I'm sorry. Multiple State Constitutions, the Blaine amendments her in some like three states, including Georgia, have a Blaine amendment and the Supreme Court largely today ruling that the Blaine Amendment is unconstitutional just as Leo Alito in his concurrence has a long history of the Blaine Amendment, and how it was predicated on anti-catholic cinnamon in the country in the early nineteen late eighteen hundreds early nineteen hundreds I. This is this is a this is a very good day. For people in this country and its suggests to me. It suggests to me that. On the Catholic charities case they will also probably protect Catholic well. I don't know may maybe Roberts will split the bill that would as well but but I. don't think so the so the Catholic charities case that's coming up is Philadelphia. Ban Catholic charities per from participating in adoption services in Philadelphia because Catholic. Charities will only allow heterosexual married couples to adopt through Catholic charities now the left's. Left's arguments that this discriminates and the rights argument is that there are a planet plenty of other charities by which people can go through adoption agencies by which homosexual couples or single people can go through adopt children but you should allow these charities to be able to participate as best they can, without up Indian their faith and religion. We will see where Roberts comes down on that one. This one today however is really really good and it is really really clear to me that. The court is elevating religious liberty beyond where it had been whispering were jurisprudence. You got to remember that one of the reasons that refer was passed the religious. Freedom Restoration Act was passed by Congress is because of a Scalia decision and I think scully got this wrong. Scalia, essentially said that every part of the First Amendment needs that strict scrutiny. Strict scrutiny is a standard. By which you've got to if a law discriminates against one of your First Amendment Rights, the government has to have a an absolute substantive necessary interest in basically no government interest can abridged the First Amendment. But there was a carve out in school case for religious freedom. The government didn't have to have strict scrutiny. And the Religious Restoration Act, said no, no with Riffa. You've got to have strict scrutiny for that as well and this case today essentially says that strict scrutiny will also apply not just to freedom of speech, but will also apply to to religious liberty and that I think is good, and that is a pretty profound enhancement of religious liberty rights in this country if if my interpretation. Interpretation hold and I think it will based on what I read. You guys He's pretty explicit. Roberts's that strict scrutiny applies not just to free speech, but also to the free exercise of religion. 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His live as we face, but we've had fairly stable connections this week on facebook, which is good We'll see if that lasts I. Think people are going on vacation, so The Internet, hopefully is fixed We've had a man. We've had some really bad internet around here I. I got to play this exchange for you. This is a Ryan Lizard talking to Kaley mcenaney at the White House listened to his question. Tell me. The press is not at war with the White House. The president has repeatedly inserted himself into this debate. I think a lot of people are trying to understand what his view of out of. The confederacy is. Flag. Questions. President trump believe that it was a thing that the self lost the civil war. And they're too. Interested in following for. His own events. First question is absolutely absurd. He's proud of the United States of America, second with regard to our statues. Americans oppose tearing down our statues. Harvard Harris poll released just last week. That shows sixty percent of respondents said the statute should remain in seventy, one percent said local governments should Baloch groups from physically destroying the statues, so he stands on the side of preserving our history. His rallies, he banning. Clubs of his rallies that'd be a question for his campaign, but look this president's focused on taking action on fixing problems. It's why he had his executive order just a few weeks ago to keep our streets safe insecure that's where his focused lies and I think that those who are tearing down statues they do appear to have no ideology when there's tearing down statues into facing statues of Matthias Baldwin abolitionists. Hans Christian Hegg who died fighting for the Union army during the civil war. Memorial for African, American soldiers who fought in the civil war, was damaged in Boston and a monument to fallen police officers was vandalized in Sacramento, this is unacceptable. It's why the president took strong action and He wants to ask a question about the president's support of the first of all who's bringing the confederate flag to the president's rallies? I thought they only flew trump flags at the president's rallies but nonetheless you. Why raise the issue at the White House and in trying to make us think about it because they're out, there convinced the president's a racist, the president retweeting the white power thing the other day really didn't help, but still This is a this is a this is a big deal that the essentially you've got intelligence agents and the press collaborating with intelligence operatives careerist who hate the president leaking. Leaking to the press to try to bring down this presidency in the run-up to the election, and the Russia's story is part of it when we come back. We do need to engage the Russia story ever so slightly. Hello, there while breaking news. The FBI has arrested members of the Toledo Ohio City Council they're going to have a press conference to Is it to to talk about the I I have no idea that's that's all I. Know is they have arrested members of the Toledo Ohio. City Council you know. They're investigating City Hall in Atlanta's. Still The feds keep going in and out of there. Is going to be interesting to to see what they come up with their I I I need to circle back to some Georgia News. I want to talk about the Russia stuff finally, but I need to talk about Georgia. Stuff I. In Georgia, Governor camp is about to hit the road and go round the state to urge people to wear masks. and they. The governor wants people to. He wants people to wear masks. He's not gonNA mandate. He doesn't think he has the authority to mandate. People wear masks It's arguable whether or not he does in. Let me I I WANNA deviate. from. I, I WANNA deviate. A little bit from where I was going to go to talk about this. From a constitutional perspective, the police power of each stays. Re You know the federal government doesn't really have a police powered by? There's no real police force. The Federal Bureau of Investigation is that a Federal Bureau of Investigation? They have some level of police fat power to enforce federal law, but overwhelmingly that the police power is power at the state level. It is power exercised by states If you will recall from your history. We are originally. We had what was called the articles of confederation where the The independent nations of Georgia the Carolinas Virginia New York the rest of them these these independent nations got together, and formed a confederation where they would would allow a confederation, a government of the confederation to do certain things for them, but they had to have unanimous. Between those nations, and oftentimes the representatives from those nations meeting together as a congress would have to go back to their their countries and get permission for the confederated government to do things, and it just wasn't working. It was it was complex. It was convoluted. The entire American experiment, having won independence from Britain was going to collapse if they continued on with confederation. So what they decided to do was to sit down and improve the articles of confederation, and they did so ultimately by scrapping them all together and forming a constitution. And what the Constitutional Convention decided? They made a number of compromises along the way. Because you've got to remember, these were thirteen. They were no longer colonies. These were thirteen independent nations. Delaware was a country. Georgia was a country. Georgia had a state religion Georgia was a country. South Carolina North Carolina countries Georgia frankly was a massive country Georgia owned all the property from Georgia all the way to the Mississippi River. Georgia was a massive massive country. And they needed to figure out a way. To come together in a united form. And, so they formed the United States of America. And, until the civil war, they were referred to as these United States not the United States the United States became common after the civil war when it was very apparent that these were were states within a common country as opposed to individual countries that had ceded certain power. To a greater good. But the reason the constitution was formed, was because the states needed to cede certain powers to Washington DC your to a federal government to be able to make To be able to make common decisions that govern all of them with limits and. The powers that they seated essentially allow them to form the basis of a country. But retaining most elements of sovereignty. So example, article and section eight. These are the powers that the thirteen original countries decided when they decided to form the United States and become states of a greater country decided to see the the congress of the power to lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts, and excises to pay debts and provide for the common defense and General Welfare of the United States, but all duties emporer imposts and excises shall be uniform throughout the United States this was one of the problems of the articles of confederation. The federal government did it wasn't really government. It didn't have the power to take on debt or to pay bills and had to beg for money. It couldn't borrow money, so that was number one. Number two to borrow money on the credit of the United States as opposed to the individual countries. To regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states with the Indian tribes. To establish a uniform rule of naturalization in uniform rules on the subject of bankruptcies throughout the United States. To coin money regulate the value thereof in a foreign coin and fixed the standards and weights and measures to provide for the punishment of counterfeiting the Securities and current coin of the United, states to establish post offices and roads. To promote the promotion of science and useful arts by security for limited times to authors, inventors, the exclusive right of their respective writings and discoveries to constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court. To define and punish piracies and felonies committed on the high seas and offenses against the law of nations to declare war grant letters grand, marquee in reprisal, and make rules concerning capture on land and water to raise and support armies, but no appropriation of money to you too that you shall be for a longer term than two years. To provide and maintain a navy. To make rules for the government regulation of the land and naval forces to provide for calling forth the militia to execute the laws of the union suppress insurrections and repel invasions. To provide for organizing arming and disciplining the militia, and for governing such parts of them, as may be employed in the service of the United States, reserving to the states, respectively the appointment of officers and the authority of training the militia, according to the discipline prescribed by Congress. To exercise exclusive legislation in all cases whatsoever over such district, not to exceed ten square miles as May by session of particular states in the acceptance of Congress become the seat of the government of the United States and to exercise like authority over all places purchased by the consent of the legislature of the state, in which the same shall be for the erection of forts, magazines, arsenals, dock, yards, and other needful buildings, and to make all laws which are necessary and proper to carry and execution, the foregoing powers, and all other powers vested by the Constitution in the government of the United States or in any department or officer thereof. All of these were necessary. So that internally, the states could be nations. But externally facing the rest of the world, they needed one common voice. They needed George Washington and they needed a congress. Internally though notice that the powers what are the powers? The powers are for defense of the all of the the the states. Regulation of trade between the states to ensure fair play between the states. To ensure the promotion of Arts and sciences nationwide with a common set of rules. To establish the mail as a nation, every nation at a post office of the United. States needed a post office. And and to deal with other nations, but internally the states are semi sovereign. They are nations within certain balance of the Constitution. They gave up those powers, so the state of Georgia gave up the power to print its own money. The state of Georgia gave up the power to negotiate trade agreements with surrounding states like South Carolina Rally Bama. The state of Georgia gave up the power to have a navy. The state of Georgia gave up the power to punish piracy. The state of Georgia gave up the power to regulate money. The state of Georgia gave up those powers. But no other powers. So the state of Georgia did not give up the power of the police to the federal government that that's not listed in the powers of the federal government. In Arkansas, share of the Constitution the police power stays with the state of Georgia. The, power to educate your children stays with the state of Georgia. In back to the extent that Congress and the federal government exercise any role in educating your kids is through the perse Bruce purse-strings. The Congress gives money to the states, and then tells the states how they must use that money. I, have long advocated an amendment to the constitution that would read very simply the congress of the United States may not withhold or give money to any state with demands that the state behave or not behave pass laws or fail to pass laws or otherwise regulate the legislation regulation of the states through the giving or withholding federal dollars. So either give the money to the states where you don't, but you don't give the money with per strings, but right now congress can do that Congress with its purse-strings. The power of appropriation can control. Law Enforcement and control education states to an extent. But they're even limits there and those limits come with the purse strings. So for example the federal government cannot make a local police force enforce federal law. That's unconstitutional. The federal government has no police power within with limited extent. The state the federal government cannot compel a local sheriff to enforce a federal government law. Why because the police powers with the state, the federal government cannot actually tell states how to educate your kids. They give a lot of money, so that states Galore with it, but they can't really impose it. The the federal government can't tell. States can't dictate the curriculum of states why because the federal government under Article One Section Eight? There is nothing in there that talks about education. So the state has really broad powers. They are restrained by the bill of rights in what they can do. The bill of rights with the enactment of the Fourteenth Amendment that the Supreme Court has slowly over time. The Twentieth Century ruled the bill of rights applies to the states, and so there are limits there the states prior to the enactment of the fourteenth amendment. Really Prior to the Twentieth Century States had state religions in Georgia the Baptist Church was the state religion in Georgia. The Baptists were funded by the state of Georgia. other states for example. Maryland was a Catholic state. Maryland had very close ties. To the federal government to the state government and the Catholic Church? And that too has changed. And slowly over time. States have pretended that they don't have the power they have. But when it comes to mask-wearing, that is a public health power of the police power of the state in so it's actually the the federal government actually has very little power. You will recall that. When the president was thinking of imposing draconian measures, you had a bunch of commentators on the news. Say Well. The president can't do this. Only the governor's can do this, and now suddenly they want the president to do the very things that the Republican governors are claiming that suddenly. The President Miracle Miracles has the power three months ago. They said the president didn't have. The president doesn't have the power. Now the Democrats rather saying yes, the president can demand. People were masks. I don't see how the president has that power. I'm sure that the Supreme Court can find a way for the president to do it, but it actually is a police power the state. Your governor can make you wear masks now in. Georgia. Governor is not making your mask in Texas. Your governor is not making you're mask in Arizona and Florida the governor's up making me wear a mask a, but they are urging people to wear masks, and they're urging people to wear masks because masks. If everyone wears them, actually does reduce the transmission rate of the virus now is it reduces the transmission of the virus well in the same way that you cover your mouth with your hand when you call a barrier mask serves as a barrier for the experiment of the particles. Not all of them get trapped slim. Many of them pass through your mask. But, not nearly as many as otherwise would have if you just cough with your mouth open. Or You? You cover your mouth with your hand. It gets on your hand, and then you're not thinking and you pick up apple at the grocery store, and suddenly the viruses on the apple and someone else picks up and transmits it that way. And then when people hale your wear, two masks, there were mass. You've reduced the amount of particles expelled through your coffee or sneeze by where to mask. The other person reduces their intake and slowly, but surely. The virus goes away. The governor of Georgia doesn't want to use the police power of the state to make you wear the mask, but he's going to go on a whirlwind trip of the of the state to try to urge people to wear masks when they're in gatherings when they're in public when they're in crowds, grocery stores It's probably something people need to do. I have gotten angry emails from people this morning. demanding that. That I stopped telling you to wear a mask. I lost a subscriber I i. have a daily email that I send out as a paid subscription. It goes in depth with the news podcast interviews, other things and I had. Someone emailed me this morning. Saying they're canceling the subscription because I'm telling people to wear mask and that I'm part of the problem, if I'm telling people fake news to wear a mask. If I, am then Vice President Cheney, vice president, pence governor, Kemp Governor Icty Santa's governor Ducey. Governor Abbott Mitch, McConnell. All of these people are also part of the problem. Because they're all unified in their message that you should wear a mask. It will help slow the spread of the virus. And if you think we're all part of the problem, and that only you are a truth teller here. Maybe the problem actually is an all these people were masks. Maybe the problem actually is you. I'm I'm actually on instagram right now. I'm responsible WANNA radio show host. I'm just making sure per is so this happens. More and more with. A listener just sit me his proof of purchase for his RAK. Grill and I've got a Red Tech. I love my wreck tech. It is a pellet. Grill and I become a huge fan I really really have become a huge fan of wreck, and I. I smoke away more than I used to. Now I've got big green egg and I. Do I. Don't want you here me. Disparaging my big green egg, I've had my Greek, for more than a decade and I love my big green egg. The problem with my big green egg is twofold one. every time I smoked chicken on my egg. it it it. Tends to be too smoky if I spoke at too low and gets to to dry out if I go to high to avoid the smoke in the wreck I think does a better job with with poultry at least in my experience but the main reason that I really love my wreck tech. And have stopped using my big green egg. In fact, I'm thinking of putting up for sale like a a buddy of mine tells she put it on facebook or something facebook marketplace because I've got like the electronic controller and everything. It's large big green egg I got the table I got all the stuff. I, do love it. But I just got a large win and I started thinking. If I'M GONNA pay the money to get the extra large for briskets. 'cause I got a full the brisket over on itself if I use it in on my. On my big Green Egg got a folded over on himself in that just kind of frustrates me. I don't WanNa have to do that and so by doing it this way. I by doing the wreck tech I'm able to do stuff like a giant brisket without having to fold it over. I can do multiple Boston Butts and stuff like that and I personally find that much more enjoyable. than an I don't have to stay up all night and get up to temperature. You know what the wreck tag. It's computer controlled, and it's pellet so I just say hey. I want you to be two hundred fifty degrees, and it takes it maybe fifteen minutes. It gets there with my big green egg takes our up to temperature. Then you throw in the meat and stuff, and then you gotTa make sure that the temperature regulated then you connect the fan and stuff and you're good all night I. Have Great results with my big renege. I love my big green egg. But at this point I've mastered the Big Green Egg. 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The wreck tech doesn't have a seer burner. They've got one model. That does the genius of the rector not direct the DS the DC. S has these hollow ceramic tubes, and they sit right over the fire, and those ceramic tubes get really really really hot. So hot to the extent that if you leave the grill on searing, you stick your hands in the hair on your hands will burn off. That's how hot it gets just like with a big green egg. And you can syra steak anywhere on the grill so if you've got if you're cooking for crowd. You can turn on the entire thirty six inch with of this grill on Sierra mode, and those ceramic rods across the grow. Get so hot! You can sear a across the board you can. You can cook steak perfectly. I love my dcfs I, Never Cook on sear unless I'm sure in a steak I turn it on low and leave it for fifteen minutes, and it works just as well and do it on one side, and then cook everything awful the other side. 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They filed a federal lawsuit against Pepsi the corporate owner of quaker oats, alleging that Harrington had helped develop aunt Jemima signature, self, rising pancake mix, and the company had used her lightness as its logo without providing proper compensation. They wanted two billion dollars a share of sales. An Aunt Jemima quaker oats still possesses one of those recognizable in must valuable trademarks in history defendants actions epitomized. What is the worst corporate America? debited quaker oats at Jemima, when real personal based on an individual several actresses were hired to play her, even though she wasn't real. The Legal Saga Fan FA was five years in the making a federal court in Chicago finely barred. From filing further lawsuit, they didn't use a lawyer. At fifty thousand words, the complaint is longer than the Great Gatsby and the King James Burt version of the book of Genesis. The dismissal of subsequent violent in Minnesota read the long complete meanders across a vast landscape park by conspiracy. Portions of the complaint are written. What appears to be Chinese according to a court? And yet the daily beast wants you to know that. The original complaint bears out in contemporaneous reports board in Eighteen, ninety seven and a short herrington group in Marlborough County South Carolina and worked as a sharecropper on cotton and tobacco plantation for several years in the nineteen twenties. According to a nineteen ninety-five newswire articles syndicated across the country Harrington moved to Syracuse New York where she worked for several college fraternities, a skilled call Carrington earned reputation for pancakes which spread around campus, and into city Harrington became a kind of local celebrity who appeared in regional news, and at state fairs, preparing her sought after recipes for large crowds, it was at one such fair, according to the story of Aunt Jemima Children's book. John Troy McQueen of South Carolina that quaker oats. Were Clue recruited Harrington to play at Jemima? The position to Carrington across the country to performance store openings and other public events. By the time of her death, the former sharecropper owned two homes and lived in an area, occupied by the black elite of Syracuse. She had her own recipes. which was very unique? You didn't hear of people having their own recipes especially working for quaker oats, you think working for quaker oats whenever whatever they hired to do. That's what they would do. And she was promoting quaker oats products, but she was also promoting her own products. So wait a second, so so they were they they. She was promoting quaker oats stuff, but she had her own recipes to. No allegation that they stole her recipe quaker oats rejected the claim that it was based on that they modeled into my Herrington. They have stuck to this since at least nineteen forty eight, they were new the alleged Harrington trademark and added a note stating the image does not depict the living person, and as recently as two thousand fifteen historian Sherry we found the long-missing grave of Nancy Green, the most famous aunt. Jemima quaker oats refuse to fund or grave. The corporate response was that Nancy, green and Jemima the same. That aunt Jemima fictitious character so wait now we've got them. Call here is here. Here's the thing here. Here's the thing. and. This is why I know it I. Know where we're headed with the stuff. You've got a white lady reporter at the daily Beast, funding a sympathetic story to Miss Harrington certain. Relatives never mind that. The story notes that she herself was well compensated in her lifetime enough that she could live among the black elite of Syracuse and now this family comes claiming they want more. You've got another woman who is claimed to buy a historian to have been the basis of aunt Jemima. These people file a lawsuit over there their. Great Great. Aunt or a great great grandmother. They want money and the media treats. This all is very sympathetic. Oh, I mean. Let me let me let me read you. A good deal of the original complaint barriers in contemporaneous reports about Harrington's life and work what? Good deal of the original complaint that she was hired by quaker oats that she had a famous pancake recipe that people loved and that she went around the country, pretending to be aunt Jemima. But a historian from South Carolina notes. She was selling quaker oats as recipes, but she had her own recipes as well. And then it turns out that there's a history injury Williams. Who thinks that the most famous aunt? Jemima was Nancy Green and that. Wasn't really based on her either. So they want to present. This is some sort of sympathetic story, but they've been thrown out of court in barred from refiling. There's someone else whose family claims that. It was their great great great grandmother who was aunt Jemima. And but the white people at the daily beast, one a nurse agreements, and that's where we're headed. y'All I am so freaking tired of well-meaning white liberals telling me how I'm supposed to care about race. And that I'VE GOT TO BE ANTI RACIST That I've got to, be anti-racist in their way. You've got Elizabeth Warren on the floor of the Senate I played this earlier. Listen again. Tens of thousands of Americans protesting the appalling killings of black men and women are calling up on us on all of us, not just to say the words, black lives matter, but to take a tangible step toward making it true breaking apart the systems that have stolen calloused black lives, and denied black-americans, Opportunity and equal treatment. Being race conscious is not enough. It never was. We must be anti racists. We must be anti-racists, says the woman who did her DNA test, so she could claim to be American Indian and get some sympathy for it. I. Don't think I'll listen to her. You All I. Really I have friends of mine. who were black, believe it or not I have good friends were black and I think I'll listen to them. Instead of listening to well-meaning white people, tell me what books I should read. To to appreciate black culture, what TV shows, I should watch what streaming I should watch on Netflix. where I should eat the restaurants I should patronize so that I met one with the black community. I here's what's going to happen. A bunch of white people are GONNA Virtue. Signal and they're going to hijack the conversation and what they're going to do. We're already seeing this is they want to advance an agenda? They want to advance for everything whether environmentalism or racism. You name it. It's always let's have socialized medicine universal government run medicine. Let's get rid of private schools in sin. Everyone to public school in give them more money. Let's rearrange our national structure to get rid of those bad Christians and shut them up. Let's impose new taxes on the rich and take their money and give it to the poor. It's what the left wants for every single thing. That's what they want for this as well and once they get it those we're done. It's the white liberals wanting reparations. No, no, no word on you notice a even even the idiot who wrote the sixteen nineteen project and her call for for reparations. She has no real substantive. Wait implemented. She quotes someone else. But she's not really worried about the details of implementing it where to get the money from you. Are they just gonNA, are they? You know in this country. You can't just tax white people. So if you WANNA pay reparations, black people and white people are all going to get taxed in the money's going to go to black people who were then GonNa get taxed on that income. Circle of Taxation. Maybe we need to Disney for the circle of Taxation. Nonetheless I digress What? What all of this is about is white liberals trying to absolve themselves? They don't go to church. They don't ask God to forgive them their sins. The mob and the way they're doing it is they're gonNA. Take over the issue of racial injustice. Make themselves feel better and move on and nodded. dern thing is going to change. I caught myself that time. Judy if you're listening. Nothing is going to change. They just WanNa feel better about themselves. They don't actually want to solve the problem in their mind. They solve the problem when they feel better. And that is, that is the nature of the secular religion. We your conscious conscience feels clear. You've solved the problem. and not a moment before, but the moment your consciousness feels clear. You can stop worrying about the problem. And who cares the problem still exists. And so we'll see a bunch of white liberals hijack conversations on race in America. Try to implement their left wing agenda on this that they've tried for everything else. They will get some of it done if Joe. Biden gets elected and they'll say see problem solved. The real problem is those people who aren't down with those people who aren't woke and we need to shut those people up and bully them and send the mob after them and scare them. So they're going to. And nothing's going to change. Look at Chicago. Look at the killings in Chicago. On a daily basis, people die on the south side of Chicago in gang violence. And they don't say anything. The left doesn't say anything. We'll this conversation for the black community? That's that's actually what white liberal say. It's. This is the black community that they they need to do. Why why? Why are why? Why shouldn't we all be dealing with it? You know the solution of this is going to be painful. Going to be awkward and difficult. I've got fridge. My you know one of the greatest ways to deal with the issue honestly. Promote interracial adoption? You know there's a movement on the alt-right and the far left right now to to discourage interracial adoption. You should be promoting interracial adoption. The friends I know who are white who are most aware of the problems in the black community are the ones who have adopted black children in realize they have to talk to their black children in ways. They don't have to talk to their white children. There are things that they're if they're black. Child does will get in trouble or have the law of them that they're which I would never have. You want to run through the backyard neighborhood in your white. You can probably do it. You WANNA run through somebody's backyard in your black. They're probably GONNA. Call the cops on you. There's a situational awareness there. and. It is awareness that families who engage interracial adoption develop. But the real solution for the problem is not gonNA come from the daily beast, trying to rewrite history to be sympathetic to some family trying to sue over aunt, Jemima pancakes or white liberals, imposing taxes or say they support reparations. Knowing that will never happen the real issue in the real solutions going to be found in your local community. You fix your local community. And I fixed my local community, and I work with other people in community, and you work with people in your community, and then word gets out, and other people do it in their community, and guess what ultimately we fixed the problems in our communities, and because our communities as a whole makeup, something called United States of America. We fixed the problem in the United States of America. Will we ever stamp out racism? No, you know why? Because racism is a sin and we won't stand out centers. But can we certainly improve the situation? Yes, we can but we're not willing to improve the situation by imposing left wing policies on a bunch of people in the way, the left wants for every single thing out there. That's just not the way it works people. Every time there's a major societal upheaval. The left says we need to raise taxes on the rich. We need to get rid of private schools. We need to refund public schools and we need to shut down the military, because we should be having bake sales for cakes for for the military, not for public schools. They say this for every single thing. It is a liturgy of the left. It is a religious dogma belief on the left climate change racism. you name it. We need socialized medicine. We need to get rid of corporations. We need to end capitalism. We need to redistribute wealth every single problem. That's their solution, which means they don't really have solutions for the problems. They have ideology. You know if you do go to the resurgent. Dot, com, you can also listen to the live stream of the show I. I am amazed by the number of in Atlanta. They've got me in the evening, but they want like five hours of me. which is I, guess I? I guess I should be flattered. E- okay I the breaking news earlier was that multiple members of the Toledo City Council in Ohio had been. Arrested by the FBI, Yvonne Harper Larry Sykes and Gary Johnson council members have been taken into custody by the FBI on bribery charges. It is a developing story. nothing relevant to Georgia but the F. B.. I. Continues to delve into city councils around the country including Atlanta. Now Toledo over stuff like this. You will note astute listeners of this year program. I waited until the very end. To bring up the Russia's story. The rush to story is that a Russian military unit has been paying members of the Taliban Bonuses essentially paying the money to kill Americans. In two, thousand ten, it was reported in the media that the Taliban were being paid by the Iranian government to kill Americans. Two thousand ten. Who was president in two thousand ten. That would be And what Obama do, he cut a deal with Iran. The media was perfectly fine. Now. They're reports that the Russians are doing it l. e. there. There are unconfirmed reports the Russians deny, but we could expect the liars in Russia to deny it we shouldn't believe a Russian denial but It appears that there was a briefing for the president. The president may not have seen and the vice president. Himself was not notified. And Democrats were invited to go to the white. House to learn more. Here's Adam. Kinser viewer among the Republicans who were briefed on this earlier today. How is it that no democratic lawmakers were briefed on this? Doesn't that politicize this entire situation when the Republicans? In the House up on Capitol Hill, or briefed on this before Democrats. You'll have to ask steny. Hoyer because last night mark meadows called him, and invited him to the briefing to do a briefing in fact I. Guess they're not doing it tomorrow morning, but as of our briefing, he made it clear that he hadn't heard back from Steny Hoyer, so look if you're you know if somebody wants to use this as a political thing, it's fine. Everything's political nowadays where I'm at is. We need that right, but. Work and get to an answer. You say everything is political nowadays, but there's nothing political about the Russians putting bounties. On the heads of US forces in Afghanistan isn't this type of situation where it should be a red state versus blue state. Republicans Democrats should have been brought up to the White House and briefed on this I fully agree. We were brought up. The Democrats were offered and they didn't go. Steny Hoyer didn't respond. That's a question for him. It's not a question for me from what I understand. They've now decided to do it tomorrow morning. So hopefully they see the same thing we did and We'll all come out and look at this and say we're united against any Russian threat to the United States. The Democrats didn't WANNA participate. They rushed the story. Now. Here's what we know is. There's no evidence that it actually happened. The Russians wanted to do it, but we're not aware of any evidence of it. Actually happening and there's still more to the stories at develops, and I want to tread cautiously on stories like this because time and again. We see these stories come out of the media with leaks from the intelligence community about the trump administration, and then they turn out not necessarily to be so. And I personally think. We have to tread cautiously. When it comes to these situations, and the reason we have to tread cautiously when it comes to these situations is because. The media tends to put out at first blush. The media tends to put out the worst possible. Take the worst possible scenario the worst possible conclusions. And then slowly, but surely over time the media. CORRECTS the story adds more FACS makes it more nuanced, time and time and time again. We see these sorts of things time time and time again. We see the the national media. Build up these stories about the trump administration inevitably leaks from the intelligence community from a careerist in the intelligence community who aren't fans of the president, and then they slowly, but surely wind down and walk it all back. And that's why I tread cautiously with the story I. The story came out late Friday. It developed on Saturday Sunday and Monday and now there are new facts being attitude and I figure by Thursday I'll probably be able to have some actual insight into the story to give it to you other than the the media rush of judgment against the president, where everything is put at the worst possible light, and then they put a correction on the last page of the newspaper that ever nobody ever sees to try to recruit to correct the story. I think I'll just wait and get the facts right the first time instead of rushing.

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Bill Cunningham 7/14/20

Bill Cunningham

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Bill Cunningham 7/14/20

"The. Billy, Cunningham, the great American at two o'clock today Governor Mike Von. Come, forward and. Give us a status. He said every every other every Wednesday. We're going to find out the numbers and move things. WHO's remers all over the news media in Cincinnati that one of our local counties probably Hamilton County. It's about to go from red to purple, which is all Hell's breaking loose? Shut things down, which has certainly put a wrinkle in the efforts of many superintendents to have some level of schooling, beginning the end of August, and of course there is a bill now pending in Columbus that would make. The date of February twenty six every day Dr Amy Act Day to celebrate former health commissioner, not being Dr Amy Acton the Columbus dispatch story out this morning, says Amy Act involved from bureaucratic obscurity to superstardom almost overnight, as she took part of into wines, televised briefings on the battle against the pandemic yard signs, bearing her name popped up in front of several homes, young girls dressed up in little white coats and imitated her saying they wanted to be like amy. Not In so much more plus a big story in the inquirer this morning by Jackie bore shirt Jesse bomber Ohio's new cornerstone is heat map was supposed to be more transparent, but many find it very confusing. Including Butler County County. And Clermont County Public Health spokesman. Keith. Roberson told the enquirer quote. Only seven deaths total six hospitalizations the last two weeks. So in the last two weeks, Clermont County has about a quarter of a million residents. There's been six hospitalizations in the last two weeks. Not move them from. Into the red category you're only now is a man of the forefront and covering the story objectively the investigative reporter Jack Windsor of WMF. Mansfield Ohio and Jack Windsor Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham. Show this afternoon Jack. How you doing. I'm sick, fantastic bill. It's always an honor to be with you in the seven hundred W W audience. Thank you for choosing today. Let's talk about Dr and. A very good friend as you know of of Tony Bender and he starting a petition drive in southwest Ohio. Dr Amy. Acting Day named February the twenty six year. Have your finger a little bit on the pulse of the lawmakers think. Larry Householder and bill sites and others are going to enact Dr Amy Acton Day and give everyone a day off February twenty sixth every year. No No I. I think they should enact a what I I like to call Hashtag down. The Don the data that instead of down your mask and on your Kate we should. We should have been diving the data from day one. That's what I think that those to say, but I could be wrong on a lot. Let's talk about this article in the inquire about Ohio's new. Curran Avars heat map was supposed to be transparent. It's confusing. Why is it so confusing to many especially when in Hamlin County, when I talked to docks and those run hospitals, there are no crisis whatsoever. It is normal to be eighty to ninety percent full. They want to be about ninety five percent full, but right now they're not overwhelmed at all. But how many counties on the cost, maybe a two o'clock today we're going to go purple. Explain why it's confusing do. Well, it's confusing I'M GONNA! Give it a little bit of quick context because we started yellow. The CDC has a map based on several factors COVID pneumonia influenza, and how things are trending there, and the CDC actually found for the eleventh straight week that deaths attributed to current virus have declined they actually it below epidemic threshold, and when you look at their map, if you to CDC dot, Gov and you look at their Cova de section. Section what you'll see is that the entire country actually has what's called the minimal activity level, so the the key code isn't spreading with the exception of Florida and Louisiana. They're listed as low, but three headlines were being program to think that Florida is in code purple, and it's not, and that's kind of how this has been teed up to us Look at the health emergency system. Had some major fundamental flaws, and they're leading us back the lockdown and potential mandated mass wearing even outdoors, so it has seven in. Each county, interestingly if the county triggers zero indicators. The can do is yellow, so you can have zero indicators trip. You're not green your yellow, and then it goes from yellow to orange to red to purple, so this Advisory Assistant measures each county on the following indicators, new cases per capita increases in new cases, not congregate cases. Emergency Room visits outpatient visits hospital admissions. ICU that occupancy, so let me just quickly point to. A couple of things no weight. is given to death. On the new match, so. Let's go back to the beginning of your statement, you said the CDC on its website says that the entire country is almost not even an epidemic, much less pandemic. Me Because I think that's important. Because the CDC by checked objective standards, says the deaths every day for the last twenty, one to thirty days have gone down, but the media and I think the government. Especially local governments are drum-beating idea role about the Lai explain how significant is. That's a CD CDC says Ohio's Not Kentucky not in a panic. Significantly significant accent. You know if we're GONNA IF WE'RE GONNA quote the CDC then we ought to follow the CBC. We can't cherry pick information from the CDC for eleven straight weeks or death certificate data reported declining percentages in depth, and so they said look what currently below the of the epidemic threshold, which means that this thing is not the epidemic status. It's not spreading the way that we hear in the press. Conference is right. What we hear is that we have this massive community spread and you know if I had. Half an hour an hour. I'd love to dive into this new advisory system and show you that if you for example, new cases per capita increases in new cases, not congregate cases. If you have a pop up location, or you increase passing at all in your community. Understand you're not testing in congregate settings. People are going out of curiosity, not a sickness, the pop up locations, or if they want to go to the hospital to get deferred care they're increasing their testing outside the congregate living setting. So if you increase testing, you could actually trigger. A three of these indicators right out of the gate and you're you're at an orange level. Now you only need to trigger to other indicators to be read, and when you dive into what's going on in Hamilton and Butler and Clermont. Counties, it's testing and it's ICU and outpatient visits, but when you dive into that, there's a pdf when a county goes into the red. You Click on that that county it'll, it'll pull up. Up A pdf file for you, and that PDF file in and explain a little bit deeper. What's going on in the county? But what's going on in the county? The way that they had explained is really kind of misleading, because you can have eighty percent occupancy, or above in ICU, and they're using that as a trigger so for example I believe Hamilton County. I can pull them out if you WANNA, talk about. Half, my listeners in Hamilton, county, and the other half outside Hamilton, county, but when I talked to real life. Doctors like a Jewish UC Christ they're not in a panic mode. In fact, they'd never been in a panic mode. One point never doubted ten percent occupancy for those two or three months ten percent occupancy, ever losing a million dollars a day and right now they're not even close to where they need to be, and they don't have an influx of covert nineteen patients in any local hospital. Inquire reported that there's no uptick in hospitalizations and the only reason we have more positive testing because people on these pop up locations are going to be tested and their non symptomatic. Right and we've also received reports. Say reports. It's not one or two. It's multiple of people who go to pop up locations. Complete the paperwork and decide you know what I don't WanNa. Wait in line, and then they're contacted later to be pulled that they tested positive so somehow there's this automatic assumption that they're going to test positive until they test negative and they're literally getting indication that you tested positive. They're gonNA wait a minute. I didn't even wait around to test. So that stunning but. When you dive into these pdf files for example, you just talked about intensive care utilization well. Yes, I'm looking at Hamilton County right now. In intensive care utilization it did bump up over eighty percent. Look if I'm a hospital administrator. That's the minimum I. Want my ICU operating. At operating at ninety five percent, because that is expensive equipment, and you want to utilize that equipment to generate revenue that when you look at what's going on with Kobe patients and I see you. It's down around ten percent. Dip Down so I. See you capacity for Kobe patients around ten percent and. So people are scratching their head and going wait a minute if I'm actually generating revenue and profit from my hospital, all of a sudden that that puts me in my county in the red zone potentially and you know the other thing that they're being graded on. Is this seven day average of Kobe related healthcare visits and when you look at that, they break it out by emergency, department and by outpatient. Here's an interesting fact for you. Outpatient can actually include you calling your telehealth doctor, and that's how a health doctor can grade you on several things, the look at the clinical criteria and they'll. They'll look at the laboratory criteria and they'll look at the epidemic epidemiological link so if I call my telehealth doctor and I said look I have a headache. I have a sore throat and you know the telehealth doctor says. What do you have a fever? Yeah, I kind of feel hot. Well, actually the way that it works you. You only have to have to symptoms so if you have a headache and you have a sore throat, or if you have a measured or get this objective fever, if subjective, yeah kind of hot you literally candy diagnosed as as positive so these outpatient visits. Probably of a lot of telehealth visits, a lot of people blinded their their providers, and like you said they're testing a symptomatic, or we also know these tests can pick up antibodies strange. They've also been pulled by the CDC that these tests can actually pick up other Corona viruses AKA the common coal. That's ridiculous. That's ridiculous. Hospitalizations bill in Clermont Hamilton and Butler county. Zero, that's one zero. The last death and Clermont County. Seven six Hamilton was seven Butler was seven three. So, why would the governor two o'clock today? So you know what we gotta move you to Purple? Because thing that Kinda hoping and Cherry picking the data they wanted to find result. Dewine once defined result that we're in a crisis. Why is that true? Why don't we look at the data and say? Let's find the glass half empty. Instead of half full when I talked to docks. If you've had no deaths and the ICU's eighty percent, which is a bit low and of the eighty percent, ten percent or covert nineteen, and the ambulance is aren't reporting with hospitalizations and tell doctors. Chalk chalking up visits as being somehow covert related when they're not. How do you rely upon that data to drive public policy and shut down all the schools? You can't you can't if you increase testing and that testing like we said picks up some crazy things like a dramatic, or it's false positive, and then all of a sudden you have a surge in ICU, and maybe people are increasing their outpatient visits. That's not that's not indicative of spread, but all the sudden. You're in Code Red and you could. You could be going over coke purple, which means you really shouldn't go outside unless you need supply. Look I don't know. I'm wondering if it and I need to dig into this, or are we getting federal cares act. Dollars are are positive tests. Dollars, I mean that would make sense to me, but here's something that I think is is a huge issue to me. The biggest issue is anxiety and it's it's causing businesses, and all of us to be on edge and afraid that our county might be targeted the Cleveland Clinic. Just released a study outlining the rise and what they're calling broken heart syndrome caused by increased stress of the coronavirus. Pandemic people are dying from stress and anxiety, and I heard a stunning report over the weekend about in Ohio educator who took his own life because of the pressure associated with full mandates and Co that this is why I'm so passionate about the accuracy and the transparency of this information and I cannot. In good conscience, look at Clermont. Hamilton Butler zero hospitalization and zero deaths and say you know what we need to math and we need we need to. We need to shelter in place. It makes zero sense. It's scaring the hell out of people. It is in fact talks about the dangers of a kid, not being in school, which means they're in the community which means. means. They're playing baseball soccer. They're playing with other kids. Their playgrounds going crazy. It's not as if kids not in school. They're going to be in bubble. Wrap under a bed somewhere. They're going to be living their life and swimming. Whatever they're GONNA do so. The safest place to be is in school. The most risky place to be in the community were kids are getting. You belong in school I'm looking at the inquirer article today, but they're counting. What about the increase they've had an increase of two emergency room visits. Kobe nineteen related per day. Think about that and Butler county what which has about three hundred and fifty thousand people. There's to cove it related visits a day to the ER and no deaths in the past ten days, so that that moves them up dot almost a crisis, house pot. Jack Jack this stupid. Stupid. Stupid and if literally it's literally killing people the anxiety and the stress listed is covert real. Is it a health emergency outside of nursing homes now? I mean the data. The data in the sciences crystal clear on that it looked our kids. During this this this epidemic there were pandemic certified schools in the State of Ohio Eleven, hundred and thirty of them that were opened, and kids were going their kids from families whose parents are healthcare providers frontline workers working at these big box stores. You know what didn't happen. They weren't spreading. Because kids aren't spreading, they don't tell. Tell that a whole lot. There wasn't an outbreak. They're all over Europe, and look what happened there. They send their kids back to school. There was not an outbreak and you know when we talk about masking schools, kids are not gonNa kiss her not going to pass this virus by walking in the hallways. They don't need to be masked up in the hallways and if we want to really solve this issue if there are teachers who are in the older age. Age category that feel at risk. Okay, Great! Here's what you do you you them in through some sort of web axe, and you get somebody there to manage the classroom. Let the kids go and engage in the socialization and engage in the live learning environments. The the American Society of Pediatrics already said. That's what needs to happen and we've gotTA. Stop turning a blind eye to what this is going to do to our their kids, our kids and their ability to learn. Learn I'm a single parent I love having my daughter home, but guess what when I have to work fulltime, and I have to try to help her at seven years old. Step through the curriculum and do it the right way. That's not working, and that's not going to work for people. If this was killing, you know two million people I would get an in the united. States is not and we're making decisions based on emotion anecdotal. What is and it's crushing us. Lastly Jack Windsor when you said you went over this point quickly, but it's so valuable that in March April and May one critical workers had to use healthcare, and they had to put tens of thousands of their children together and healthcare. All those experiences resulted in no transmission from those children and fact there's not been one school child in Ohio between the ages of six years old and twenty five that have died covert nineteen I listened to some. Some of the shows that are objective, Dr Atlas was on with Martha McCallum last night. Saying it is absurd what we're doing to the children. If you care about children in their lives, the children belong in school for all kinds of psychological educational and medical reasons, and then if someone can't be there, because of their age or immune status ways of working around that, but he's the schools exist to educate children. They don't exist for teachers to teach. Custodians to clean cleanup or cafeteria workers have served string beans. The schools exist for the children and the children's interest must be paramount everything else Jack. Windsor I'm getting a note here. The possibly the governor is not going to be on till Thursday at two o'clock, and that's even more concerning to me because if he pops up Thursday two o'clock, and says Hamilton County is now purple. All Hell's going to break loose, but Jack once again Jack. Jack Windsor, WMF, and Mansfield, thank you be the voice crying in the Wilderness. We do not have a public health crisis unless you listen to the media, in which case all hell's about to break loose in reality, the health crisis is in nursing homes and things of that character. Let the American people work. Let the kids learn everyone else. Protect themselves necessary. Jack Windsor Good. Luck to you. Thanks for coming on again and God. Bless America thank you. God. Bless you God bless America. Thank you Jack Windsor. That makes a lot of sense. Your reaction now at five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand Bill Cunningham Newsradio seven hundred wwl w. Billy Cunningham I want to get your involvement in this because The next two days are going to be critical in Hamilton. Butler Clermont, and maybe Warren County. To make sure that we do not go into a purple status. A purple status would mean that were shutdown that schools are not going to open at all and all going to have shelter in place orders put on to us again by Governor Mike Dewine, and July sixteenth. and. I know they listen in Columbus. Is the one radio station in Ohio? That is heard throughout Ohio Kentucky and Indiana. It's hard everywhere, and it's critical that we communicate to our so called leaders in Columbus that we're not in the healthcare crisis in. Cincinnati, unless you're in a nursing home or a penitentiary or prison or Warren Correctional, institution or the Clermont County jail. We're not. We're not in a crisis. I want to share with you some. Some facts and we have mark and Donald with three lines open, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand tomorrow. We're going to have on Denise Treehouse to talk about him. In a county in specifics in every office holder I got up this morning, and spoke to four five in northern Kentucky Southwest Ohio I spoke to one in Butler County Not Richard K Jones one in Warren County one in. Clermont County and two and Hamlin County. There's a sense here on the ground. That the governor is about to make a dramatic move on Thursday, a sense, not a belief, a sense, even know the politicians I speak to speak to healthcare leaders at UC. Christ, Jewish mercy and. On a regular basis Bethesda on a regular basis because every day they get numbers from the hospitals. Who say okay. WHO's in your emergency room? What what are they marked into? And do have debts. And what did they die of? And how many tests do we have? I got another test from a good friend of mine. WHO said that? She had two employees who had lined up in order to be tested. They decided not to go through with it because time. This is what she said to me. One of my employees and others were in a long line to get tested. They left the line. But did not get tested. Having given their information two days later, they got phone calls. They were positive and they didn't get tested. There's mistakes everywhere in this regard, but here's some facts. I just googled many. Americans are in school and the answer is according to Google Eighty, two million. We're a nation of three hundred and thirty five million people. We have anywhere between seventy and eighty million in school. How important to school academically educationally? Socialization Hunger Programs Sexual Abuse Discovery Programs counseling programs schools important especially. Especially in dysfunctional parts of urban areas and poor rural areas. School is awfully important, so we prioritize school by spending most of our civil dollars in Ohio Kentucky Indiana on schools, whether it's a grade school middle school high school, Technical School Colleges, an Ku UK Louisville. State Xavier UC INDIANA. We spend billions of dollars every year in school because that's how important it is. So when you have eighty million schoolchildren eighty million. I looked at the CDC website. Right here! Our children at risk. By going to school, you heard John. Jack Windsor talk about the fact in March? April May and June when there were thousands and thousands of school age children in day care because their parents were mandated workers, they were essential and there was no outbreak. There were no deaths. There was no transmission. It didn't happen. This is a virus that is very lethal. If you're frail, elderly or compromise, it is a virus that is not very lethal at all to children. So in your own mind, according to the Centers for disease, control and Prevention. As of July tenth. July tenth which was what Friday close of Business Friday July the tenth. How many school age children in the United States of America? Didigova nineteen and the whole country. Eighty two million is the population of those in school. The answer is. Thirty. Not Thirty thousand. Three hundred thousand. Not, thirty million I said thirty. And! Majority of those were somehow compromised immunities because of cancer whatever it might be, but the total number is thirty under the age of fifteen and a typical year in America two hundred die of the flu in school, two, hundred, four, hundred, thirty, six, sadly killed themselves, six, hundred and twenty-five or homicide victims, and about forty, two hundred from unintentional deaths such as drowning. In addition to that, there's about six thousand who die in car accidents. So, we're for hitting kids going. Swimming. We're not, prohibiting kids from getting into cars. But we're going to prohibit kids going to school on school. Age Children Cove Nineteen. Thirty. Thirty. And the state of Ohio. Zero school children have died between the ages of six years old and twenty five zero. And now I know what you're thinking. Of course we have full lines. We're going to get. Back I have no guess schedule today with match time and likes quite a bit. So, she would me. I hear you now, saying well. What about the teachers? What about the cafeteria? Workers? What about the janitors? What about the social workers? Yes, that's that's important. A teacher's life is important I think Roger Fortin Professor Roger Fortin. Xavier how important he wasn't my life. I think about Jerry would todd history? My basketball coach deer park. How important real important I think about Mr Schaffer deer park high school. What a great guy I think about Hank. estes at deer park wonderful wonderful I think about Roy Dixon. Psychology teacher and I just love that guy teachers so important I. Think About Sister Monika An. And at Xavier I think about Father Bergemann and Father Schmidt and Father Bench in Father O'Connor teachers leaders very important to me. Teachers are important. But schools exist not to teach. Schools exist for children. Hate to use the term for the children s liberal, but this goes exists for the children eighty million of them when they are not at Risk Cova thousand nine hundred. Won't say zero, but the risk is zero point zero zero zero one. Much more likely to die on the way to school than in school covert nineteen. Can we get it through our thick skulls that children are not at risk of catching covert nineteen in school, and for those who are at risk, sixty percent of the teachers earn age of forty. If you're at risk if you're over fifty five sixty years old. You have to have special needs met I agree. Find a way to do it. Talk to your principles. Talk to the, Superintendent Guess what there's a way doing, but the function of schools is not to serve string beans, or not to clean up in the hallway or not. The teachers to teach the purpose of schools is to educate eighty million Americans. Go children and they need to be in school. To give me an example. In Chicago of covert nineteen. A total and the last six months of Chicago age school children between the age of six twenty to a total of two who have died a covert nineteen, both were immunity suppress but to. which is sadly happening every weekend through homicides in Chicago, so can we say and put it? NEON lights on every billboard school children are not at risk of catching and dying of covert nineteen. And for those of us who come in contact with school children, we need to protect ourselves as adults. Because right now I see kids playing soccer pickup games. I see kids caddying. I see kids landscaping. high-school boys that are getting ready for football lifting weights. They're living their lives, and if you check with those between the ages of about eight twenty two. They don't have any sense. There's a crisis going on at all. They ignore this stuff completely. The kids need to be in school. And if there are special needs of older Americans who work in and around the school, talk to the principal talk to the school board talked to the Superintendent and say these are my particular needs. How do we accommodate me so I can interact with the reason the school exist. Muller Highschool exist not for the teachers or the coaches. The exists for the students that that's the purpose of Muller, highschool or Covington Catholic or Lakota or Mason. That's the purpose is for the school children. Our Lady of victory exists because of the children. And doesn't exist because of the teachers. And, whether it's a she old or a amassed for the older folks whatever it is. Okay Now before I take calls one last thought. If you're not in a nursing home in the state of Ohio. which is thank God most of us. Ninety nine percent of us are not a nursing homes in the state of Ohio. If you're not in a nursing home in the state of Ohio. The fatality rate of ohioans is less than one hundredth of one percent. I'm talking about a number. Roughly three thousand ohioans died seventy percent in nursing homes that means about eight or nine hundred have died in the general population and the state of Ohio. Including Zero Schoolchildren divide that number by twelve million for easy figuring. Is Eleven point seven million supposedly highlands. It is under one hundredth of one percent, and the general population have died I, said under one hundredth of one percent. Clermont. County spokesman Keith. Robinson told the enquirer on Friday quote. Only seven deaths total so since March plasma counting has said seven total deaths seven and six months. Half of those nursing homes, so I assume three or four and the general population. Clermont County's population I just looked it up is. I'll give you a minute. It's about two hundred and thirty five thousand. So only seven deaths total in Plymouth County, and in the past two weeks a total of six hospitalizations Paradis Butler County is three hundred eighty five thousand residents. Clermont County is two hundred and six thousand Warren County is two hundred, thirty, five thousand, so the total of Butler, Clermont and Warren County is equal to Hamilton, county, which is eight, hundred, some thousand so Clermont County has gone into the red category. Causing some to leave Clermont County. But in the last six months, and a population of two, hundred, six, thousand in Clermont, county seven deaths and the past two weeks six hospitalizations. Which resulted in death? The governor put Clermont County and the red category. We're now read. And, Keith Robinson Clermont County cannot figure out. How in the hell do they go to read? It's impossible. Impossible. Not, talk about Butler county. Increase in Butler county small increase. They have to Cova. Nineteen. Hospitalizations per day. which is well less than zero point zero one percent of Butler county. Population Bother County is almost four hundred thousand residents throwing eighty-five thousand. Is that a health care crisis. Honestly what are we talking? Have we lost our frigging collective minds? How can anyone seriously say except in nursing homes that we're in a healthcare crisis, lastly before I go to your calls, we've got thousands on hold now. The media is engorged with the idea of Florida Texas Arizona and fact now ohioans. CanNot Travel to New York. Get off the plane until you're quarantine for up to fourteen days. I made two hundred trips to Laguardia, imagine getting off a plane showing your papers to state officials and telling you guess what you're quarantine for fourteen days. What where am I teamed? How do I get there? I don't know your quarantine. One of my going to be in bubble wrap put into stasis somewhere. If you take Florida. which has a population? Florida of twenty million. Twenty Million Floridians. There's about forty three hundred. Forty, three, hundred and Florida. New York State is thirty. Three, thousand. Eight Times Florida. Texas is thirty two hundred. Texas has thirty million residents thirty million. Texas has three thousand two hundred deaths Arizona as two thousand two hundred tests if you take Florida. And Texas and Arizona. That is less than one third of the fatality rate in New York less than one third, but the media is convincing all of us. That were about to die and that Florida. And Texas and Arizona is about the worst Ohio has about thirty one hundred deaths I. It's about three thousand and seventy five call at thirty one hundred seventy percent nursing homes that means about thirty percent of three. It's about nine hundred, nine hundred total high winds have died in six months, which is less than one hundredth of one percent and zero in the schools. have. We lost our minds. Unequipped talking. I want to hear from you. This is totally ridiculous. We go from yellow. Orange to red. To purple, maybe on Thursday, there's nothing from the governor until Thursday to and he's calling around the public officials, and this part of the state, getting more information, and from what I speak to them. Names not used. They are very concerned that one or two counties in southwest Ohio is going to go purple on Thursday at two o'clock. Which means were shutdown, swimming pools indoor dining bowling alleys. God knows what else schools of course schools. No school can open. And how long can we be there and as Jack Windsor just said. There's no objective measurement to go from yellow to orange to red to purple. How in the World Does Clermont County? Go into the red category when in six months. They've had a total of seven deaths, most nursing homes and six hospitalizations and the last two weeks and they're read. You can't avoid it. The governor will do whatever the governor wants to do. And then there's lawsuits to be filed by others. I had on Maurice Thompson last. Friday get him on again then the court say he can't do it. But then it's months down the road. It gets appealed in the meantime here. We're in the middle of July. The children must go back to school. They are not at risk. On I'm done talking I, WanNa hear from. You may have Markan. Aubrey Marian Jason Donald. Many others have aligned becomes available, five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven thousand. Can we deliver a message to the powers that be in Frankfurt? Frankfurt and Columbus? That were not sheep were not mushrooms living in the dark fed crap. We wanted to get about our lives. We understand the risk. The Great American wears a mask all the time. I wash my hands. I void crowds I. Don't like people at a nice hamburger last night in new town, but some good people but and everyone had a mask on, but you gotta eat a hamburger gonNA. Take your mask off right. Warren in everyone on looking eighty percent compliance. I'd bet this more than eighty percent I feel bad, not having a mask on broadcasting, but nobody's around me. I don't I. Don't like people I don't get around people but my children. My Grandchild's got to be punished when they're not at risk for some purpose. That I can't figure out. Let Your Voice. Be heard next on news radio seven hundred W automobile. Our fallen. Talk At. The, At the door they found. The lease lovell. Tell. Bad Law. Governor shut us down again on Thursday. That this is something we cannot recover from for months, and this things worse than having a shutdown, which is death, disease, pestilence and sorrow. We gotta get back to work I have a text from a friend of mine. Said knows the coins are gone. Everyone has to use credit cards, and what you're going to be tracked constantly, and then whether or not there's only a rumors sometimes knowing mike the way I. You know call ahead of time to give a heads up to certain elected leaders as to what's coming. He tends not to do it because it gets leaked out immediately, so he wants to it all at once. How in the. World Can Clermont County. And Hamilton County and Butler county be read based upon the numbers that we have tomorrow. I'M GONNA have on Denise, Tree House, but the governor's GonNa come on at two o'clock on Thursday normally it was Tuesday and Thursday but. which leads some to speculate. It's only speculation. He's not coming on today because Thursday at to you know, give us the numbers from Wednesday and if the numbers are up four hundred percent. From to the nine more than four hundred percent. That's an excuse to do something. So let's go to the calls. And once again. In Clermont County? which is now read, and the last six months had a total of seven deaths and six hospitalizations and the last two weeks. And! They're read. Let's go to call. Says I promise I'm done babbling. I WanNa hear from you. And I knowing politics the way I do the main reason. These things are happening. As whether it's Bashir or holcomb, but especially dewine his approval ratings are like eighty percent back, and they tracked this every two or three days. So as long as you believe. That the governor is keeping you safe by enacting these orders and likely to continue, but as facts so indicating the way to keep your kids safe is never permit them to ride in a car. Never permit them to go swimming. Never permit them play soccer, baseball, football, or basketball, because according to the Centers for Disease Control. And the last six months of eighty two million children in school thirty. Have died of covert nineteen thirty. while. Six hundred twenty-five inman homicide victims and forty, two hundred have died of unintentional deaths such as drowning. Keep him out of the pools. Give him out of the cars. Keep them in bubble. Wrap under your bed in which case they're gonNA live a long life like a mushroom living in the dark fed crap. Life is risky, but children are not addressed if the administrators. Teachers Cafeteria Workers Janitorial staff staffer. They're at risk. Talk to the principal talk to the Superintendent Talk to the school board by coming up with a plan to protect you and I'm not diminishing your life. It's important especially to you and your husband or your wife and kids. You'RE GONNA be forty four years old and be compromise immunity. Why and you need some help? Talk to the principal, but the function of school is for the children to learn is not for you to teach and. And Not for you to clean the hallway, and not for you to serve cafeteria food. The purpose of school is for the eighty two million children that have been denied in education now going on six months, and it must, the madness must stop now. Let's go all right. Matt make sure I quit talking now. That's the key. Make sure quit talking. Let's go to mark. Audrey and Marianne and Jason There'll be the first four. I want everyone in the tri-state wants to hear from you. You can't travel from CG. Laguardia without being quarantined for fourteen days. Now statistically. Hairs you get these numbers at realclearpolitics Dot Com roll down the list. New York has had thirty three thousand deaths New York State Ohio. One tenth at three thousand, but we're quarantine. We're going to New York, but they're not quarantine coming here. Kentucky has said six hundred and thirty deaths six hundred thirty. and. New, York thirty, three thousand. Is quit talking. Let's hear from you got mark Audrey. You've got mail pissed off now. Let's go to mark on the cell phone mark. You're on the Bill Cunningham Show Marco head. Hey this is This might even piss you off a little more. I have a mother. Who is? Ninety two years old. Lance at. Ten. She has oh. I think one hundred six grandkids now. How many! Hundred six. Now there are some grey and she will possibly see great great. Wow. That's wonderful. when this all started, we Or for your concern, we went to her mom. You know you're at the highest risk you can't. You can't go out. Wear a mask. You GotTa do this. You got to do that. We can't come and see yeah. She looked at me. To you, I'm the. I'm the youngest of the ten. She said some here an idiot. This is all phony. It's hype. I said what are you talking about? She said this is ridiculous. She said let me tell you something. I've lived through scarlet fever. I've lived through. Tuberculosis have lived through the measles mumps. Oppression more war to and when I was a young girl, pneumonia was pretty much a death. And Polio all those the polling. Actually they throw at all. She said never one. Did, we get laid down. It quit working. quit living life now not. Exactly keep talking marquee going. She said, are you? And your brothers and sisters and allow your children. and become a third world country. Because you're afraid to go outside in the scientists, she said my whole life. They've been wrong. You mean mass destruction in Iraq didn't happen. No. The point is mark your. Your mother is a perfect example of what made America Great. What we have now are graduates of snowflake university. And they look around the world to find something that justifies their view, which is often wrong, but if you've spent your life looking for police, brutality and someone videotapes, something, and then show it to you. You'll go nuts, and they live in a world now in which the government must care for all your needs, and if the government's not there to do it, we will stop our feet. Protest threw bricks through windows. Until we get our way, and if we don't get our way enough, we'll keep doing it and breaking the law until the lawmakers changed the law to the way I wanted to be. This is not even close to what happened on those. Those other crises you discussed, and at no point in American history, the government tell people stay home and don't work because I know best for you. You and I are about the same age I would assume, and I wear a mask and wash my hands i. stay out of crowds. I'm in that category but I want everyone else not at risk to live their lives to get out and swim and dance and enjoy themselves. Go play golf play soccer tennis. Get ready for school. Go live in a dorm deal. What you're GonNa, do live your life, and if this generation of Americans was alive award war to would all be speaking German at this point. That's exactly what my mother said. That's exactly what she said she's said. You know what you gotta suck it up. You gotTA. Do if I if I have to die then I. Guess it's my time absolutely that. What really made her mad is when they compared this on the news to it's this this generation as World War. Come on I mean he said Jantar picky. Million people died in World War Two. I've been more than seventy. Five million and America America fought to simultaneous ward wars within about a forty month period, and won both and came home, and both the greatest economy in the world at the snowflake generation was in charge. Then we'd be speaking Germany. East of the Mississippi and Japanese west of the Mississippi. We wouldn't have country at all. People are scared to death including rocky boy man. He's scared to death. No question. Your your your point on I'm proud to listen to you every day. You give the real statistic. What my mark as far as your mother can you go see your? They let you go in properly gowned and masked with a shield and gloves on. Can you sit there and enjoy the company of your mother yet? She still lives at home gets up well even better shape than I am because she gets up. She moves Iraq Iraq. Iraq Iran you gotta move man and she ought to wear masks around whatever it is. But what would your mother say? Governor Dewine, or who is ordering Clermont County that has had seven deaths and six months and six hospitalizations and two weeks none resulting. What would your mother say to Governor Doin about making Clermont County red? She was del Hams. He sending our kids. Another Great Depression. We had the greatest economy going and he's GonNa. Reverse us all back into another great depression over nothing I mean I know what the disease she knows it. If you're the one that has it absolutely, but but in the general population in Ohio, we have about one thousand deaths over six months, which is less than one hundredth of one percent now what about the other ninety nine point? Nine nine percent can we our lives? The answer might be no. The governor might say on Thursday your shutdown. In which case this economy, which is starting to recover slowly will collapse, and if a collapses there'll be no money to pay for anything. Did the Democrats realized that? Willie I don't think they care I. think that's what they want. What however they can make it look like our president is failing us. On all fronts. Is what they'll do i. mean you when you get. A congresswoman that says that only thieving is, it's okay just because you need some brain. Feeding Saving I. Don't care what you're doing. Saks fifth avenue. Store do they. Sex twice. Maybe you go there all the time, but but according to AOL see the reason looting one honest because people are hungry to saks, fifth avenue sell a bunch of bakery goods. Do they have branded their? I've never been attacked Fifth Avenue but I I've never heard of him having very good bakery. Would you give your mother my best from all my listeners, my two hundred thousand listeners in the tri-state. Would you tell your mother for? macy's a great American. I will share what tell you were the country of the brave and the strong, so let's it going I. Thank you. How about the week in the tested? How about the week in the cove? Nineteen scared to death I I don't know what the to. Answer. One hundred of one percent the. Fever and a cold. I don't know what to do. Governor towline. Please come and save me from myself because I'm incompetent. I cannot make independent adult decisions. I need you to make them for me. Please save me. Please governor, please. Police Governor Save me. You'll Cunningham seven hundred wwl w? On the risk of loss. Lawmaker Columbus called me this morning and said. Are you aware that? The name, crusader. Is Insensitive. And Racist. I said Crusader? You GotTa Muller Highschool Crusaders. He said yeah that's correct. He said Capital University. In Columbus is changing its name from Crusader because it's insensitive to its Muslim students so I said. I don't believe that, so he sends me the story. Columbus Ohio capital. University announced on Monday. It is retiring. It's crusader, nickname and mascot copy. Falling a fifteen month discussion. We believe that the university's nickname and mascot should be a unifying symbol that enhances school, Spirit and pride for all who are affiliated with capital in recent years are nicknames, Magellan's by students and faculty for its connection to the story Crusades. The detailed study found a significant portion of the Capital University family shares this perspective. I think now officially. We've lost our minds. They'll be an effort now for Muller Highschool to change his name from Crusaders or sandbox bombers that resulted in the death of innocent men, women and children as bombs were dropped. The elder panthers commemorating the life of you, Newton, who was a Black Panther or God knows what's next the Lancers got to go to. We've lost our minds. Your calls continue. We have audrey and Marianne and Jason. Many others at your home of the reds yet men tells me their odds are now ninety to ten. They're gonNA play starting a week from Friday. It looks good at this point. All newsradio seven hundred w all of you. Shouldn't you be wearing a mask masks mask snafu? Mask Sh- mask mask. Sh- masks. That's it masks Sh- math. So. Go on broadcasting. Guy. Shouldn't you be wearing masks? MASKS MASK SM-. Mask. Mask Sh- mask. That's it masks. chm Ask. So I'm watching one of the Sunday one of the twos Tuesday morning sports shows and SPN about how bad it is inside the bubble for the NBA players in Orlando. It's bad as Well, they're complaining about the food about the lack of freedom. One also said something about slavery. So the slavery involve Horse Manicure. PEDICURE! Specialist whatever that is. A hairdresser. A grading braid, expert. Ping Pong tables? Bowling alleys? Tennis, courts. Golf Courses Pickle ball pickle ball yeah. And cafeteria style gourmet dining. There's only one thing missing. Can you think about what that is? Not what I'm saying. If you lived in that environment I, look you. Know you're living in Orlando Florida or nothing like. You're living in the lap of luxury, except for one thing sweets, and I bet the one thing could be imported. It's called A. Booty call. They're missing. Matt told me I'm not sure what. I thought it was Tony Bender. Missing I blamed Tony Bender for all kinds of stuff. It. Could you over for all of US eight weeks? Could you live eight weeks like that possibly in a suite? It'd be tough. Willie, but we could do it a long way to do it. I would. I would sacrifice play basketball. Yes, then you got the video terminals got the game stations. You all that stuff they have hundreds of those everything is licensed. NBA Ping Pong tables NBA golf carts. And after right now this is a punishment. You GotTa ride one per card. You can't ride to the same court. Now do they have that same restriction at the friendly confines? Yes we do. Check one per cart, and you can't touch anyone else's balls, only your own. Will he the stooge reporters out service over local tempstar heating air conditioning dealers tempstar quality. You could feel in Cincinnati combing air at one, eight, eight, eight, nine, nine six h the A. C.. Ten Days Away William County from opening day. What are the odds now out of one hundred? Looking good ninety How about the ranch offense in the past two days? They socked nine home runs in the past two scrimmages six yesterday, maybe a mere Garrett. She spent more time on baseball unless on social activism. Go a I. Think I'm are Manda eight who radio Suarez hit the Heritage Bank Center yesterday with one somebody win the Toyota truck. No not yet then went to left. But reports have eleven major league baseball on pyres. Have opted out of the twenty twenty season or Alva- otherwise declined to participate. Some say they have family family members who are ill. The identities are not known one guy who's at high risk country Joe West. Recently made headlines Not for not only choosing not to opt out, but also to voices, covert nineteenth nihilism, questioning official stats about infections and deaths. He's correct, and I think he got reprimanded he all. You have to state of the company line. So when he said now wait a minute gentleman in the back of the room. I have a question, but all the people testing positive when they haven't taken a test and so I have someone who says I got the flu right got pneumonia, and they mark it up cove so country Joe West is now in trouble for speaking truth to power, and he's been reprimanded. By Rob Manfred himself, so you gotTa Toe the company Line Bengals Willie tomorrow at four o'clock as the franchise tag deadline will the Bengals slap at on Aj? Green, yes, because they're not going to sign them into a big deal to his gotta demonstrating can still catch footballs. And that. Are the Bengals GonNa actually play a preseason game. What do you say? Supposed to play at least two I didn't ask you that are they? GonNa play, yes or no. with the way things are going well. I'm. Putting on. Will. There be college football I talked to Tony Pike about that. He's pessimistic. So I saw an article today that officials in the SEC. Saying they doubt that anything will. One game will be played this year nothing. And their prediction or the SEC on the players at risk. No no, but does not play quaker state. Four hundred really was the most watched sporting event of the weekend. According to TV ratings about that edging out the PG Golf. And then there's voting today in Alabama if you're there. You vote for Tam Sessions, Tommy or former UC coach Tommy Tucker. Don't say it's not possible. Tub cover bills going to win about that well. There's some of the newsroom that vehemently disagree with you. In the past fifteen minutes like jeff sessions Yes, because he went after trump so, but don't. Tub reveal will the UC football program. What happens to the other sports football basketball carry today, and does Luke fickle? Then run for governor. Boy that'd be a tough choice right there. Mike Wind better listen up. He'd better listen to the cries of the people, and what did. I, hear today that there's going to be any act and day. Columbus dispatch. Going to be like a state, holiday February twenty sixth. Yeah, a new bill would create Dr Amy Active Day to celebrate the greatness of Ohio's former health commissioner put up by Representative Mary lightbody. It's probably heavy. And Ken. SMITH EUCLID DEMOCRATS THEY WANNA honor amy, acton. Let me ask you something. How does Mr House older and richer sites feel about that one? Thank you. That'll go a long way. Won't it about as much as Dancy Pelosi and shift, and now what's the Nadler Fazzari Jerry? Yeah I'm not sure that's going to pass anytime soon. Deal although Mike. Dewine would sign it if it got to his desk. Act on if she wanted to. Three times. Is that right? She won't come on won't come on. She doesn't have she doesn't have the guts. She doesn't have the Nice. Would you treat all my guests tonight? Exactly listened to, even though I disagree with right I. Let get their word out then. I. Rip them when they leave. Now had they named a new health commissioner. I kind of on the outs from the last three months. Male lawyer who doesn't show up. Except to. Sign, though just the governor and an Houston the lieutenant governor now doing. Thank you. We! We used to have Barbie and Ken. Now we just have can Barbie has gone. We got. We got used to. John I. Call Him Ken and Barbie. So he's. He's not talking to data. He's not talking today or tomorrow. Wow, but beyond this and what works? Thursday two. Worlds News. No way in the world. He can lock key counties down again. I mean that'll be spoke. This morning is Matt. Butler county politician, not Richard. K Right a Warren County. Yeah, a Clermont, county and a Hamilton County. Okay. There's apprehension but not a belief. Not Not an understanding but a concern, the governor for political purposes would lockdown Hamilton County because of me. Is this for? They're getting federal money in here? What I just said yeah me. I gotTA. Make Nice with the governor. On more than willing to eat, France Pie and sit down with monk. In Cedar Ville on the Porch, If. That's what it takes Luke to get. Hamilton County off. The list says know at at that. That's like that's like Yalta. Chip Hart has left Clermont County. I know. There's floors done, so he left. That's not the reason I was not chip Hart told me that he was scared. When governor said Clermont counties in the red and I have their families in Utah Picture today him. He can't get the motor home into a McDonald's drive through, so he's standing in line. It's a crisis. Between cars chipped art, the host of the big outdoors. He's scared. Clermont County Public Health spokesman Keith Robinson told the enquirer on Friday quote and the last seven months. Okay, we've had a total of seven deaths and the last two weeks six hospitalizations, not resulting in death. How does that square ripping in the red? So the thing about this say. Debts I don't get it one per month and a county with two hundred and ten thousand residents, seven total deaths everage age is eighty six. And the last two weeks. Six hospitalizations no deaths now removed up to the red status. Clermont County your reaction. UNBELIEVABLE ANTIBAC-. Wayne County about Tuscaroras got that right here. Hockey Athens sentiment was echoed in pick away and Fairfield counties in central Ohio less populous counties. They've had less cases than Clermont County. What about Lucas, but they're? In the Red Lucas is in the red. I'm asking a question. There's been four. Democrats on Toledo City Council yeah indicted. Okay, we've only had one, but we got five more under criminal investigation by the Special Prosecutor. PG setting fell Chris. He'll Bark Wendell young and Greg landsman. They're just waiting for their day of rain for the Hammer. Could we have. Could we exceed? What were Toledo is done and have five council members indicted instead of only four. Is that where we're headed? G Be better than Toledo wants to be the mayor. We have to be better than Toledo. Absolutely and PG says it's not about me. It's about you and what you want so pg about me. Because I'm going to be in the joint. Hey could be in the mayor seat on a work release program. You have to wear orange free PG. Get him out of prison. Get Him to serve as the mayor. I mean and he does this oblivious to everything around. Thank you oblivion, I know I'm going to sexy underwear business, so he gets in a sidelight. It does again from PG. I'M GONNA sexy underwear business I heard he ran out the former, a Victoria secret across away from US Kenwood towne centre up a lot of business in the sexy underwear business I assume. You got to do something, too. Many guys I know. When sexy underwear is that fair to say? where it Nah I, would not I normally go buffalo else. You go commando. Yes, I do. I have nothing to hide. Women like sexy underwear, and so does, but I respect that guy for that. He knew something good. Wife got a new family. Was She on Shark tank you when he got that Gig? Yes, he was. He's doing mail order sexy underwear from Lucasville. Say Give me out of the suits. report. We take more calls. How about this I'm taking calls? Will the on a history making day here the tri-state on this Tuesday. beautiful sunshine and Blue Sky. Ten days away from reds opening day. Are you sure? At least I think but nobody can go. Nobody can go, so do they play the Tigers? Tuesday Wednesday Thursday correct next Tuesday and Wednesday your scrimmages. Are we do right here on the radio? To Winston. Correct now, Friday I'm told is going to be a virtual party from the holy grail when none of us their virtual. We leave with the immortal words of the stew report which all Americans happy Thanksgiving. And may God bless you. That was a fourth of July dress from Bush forty three. Sake thank you. You're welcome as continue with more remember Dr Amy Acton Day. Which is February the twenty I'm begging February the twenty ninth as whether the automated. Skip it only one every three years us continued Bill Cunningham newsradio seven hundred w Olivia. Billy Cunningham at Kennedy just. Not Talk to him off the air and he was in traffic. You had like eight thousand pounds behind him. So we're GONNA have to He said he's GONNA call back when it gets out of traffic so always good to hear from Kenny of Norway. gives us his eliminating thoughts and expressive fashion. One of the best calls I got I forget. The guys had called me I tonight and this afternoon. And said that ninety two year old mother in the beginning said this was a joke, and that not to go to work and shutdown has never happened before an American history ninety two year old. Nice, she has like one hundred grandchildren and grandchildren, ninety two years old, functioning and home. Instead of we've been through everything depressions Ward Ward Diptheria to. Rheumatoid fever. We've had a polio. We've all the stuff going on. And she can't understand how. It was possible that anybody would say go home. Shut down and don't work. You just don't do that as Americans overcome especially one. This is a problem in nursing homes, and not a problem in the general population. Unless you're at risk of something else like F, you have asthma underlying conditions, maybe a heart valve replacement. You're more at risk than some young healthy stud like Matt Steinman a little bit more, so I wear my masters right here. I got the. I got the alcohol I. I pay attention, but we're GONNA find out not today at too because the governor is going to make an announcement at two o'clock on Thursday. Two o'clock on Thursday about the next step in which counties are GonNa go from red to purple in the room, and it's only a room or not a believe. It's an indication that a county in southwest. Ohio maybe put in the Purple Category, which means everything is shutdown once again, which means the schools can open. That's Thursday to, and I pray to God that doesn't occur because the children are not at risk and schools exist for the children, not for the teachers or the administrators. Or the therapist or the IRS They exist for the students themselves, and as I announced two hours ago, according to the CDC there's about eighty million Americans in school eighty million, actually, the number on Google was eighty, two million call eighty million, and all of that time morning it right here CDC in the last six months there's been thirty children under the age of fifteen thirty died of Covid, nineteen and the typical year about two hundred, the flu, four hundred from suicide, six, hundred and twenty-five from homicide and forty, one hundred from unintentional deaths, including drowning children are not at risk. Let's continue with your calls. Shot on the other side Matt and make sure I. Don't talk. We got. We got Audrey Marianne Jason and your calls next five, one, three, seven, four, nine, seven, thousand, Bill Cunningham, the great, American live return with the reds, newsradio seven hundred. wwl W Cincinnati. Let's continue in your calls. The governor announced the come on today at two o'clock or Wednesday at two o'clock he'll be her Thursday two o'clock, which is raising speculations as to whether it'll be major announcements made about the nine to eleven counties in Ohio, that are red to make them purple. One of course might be Hamilton County so tomorrow. We're going to have on Denise Tree House, the President Hemmer County Commissioner talk about that, and so much more. Let's go back to the calls and I go to Audrey Marianne Jason Lee then many others. Others and first of all audrey, thank you very much for your patience and audrey on a cell phone. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show and Audrey. How are you? I'm great. How are you bill? Thank you for your patience. Thank you. You're welcome and I thank you for bringing us the truth. We need it right now. And I have to factual stories to tell you about to relatives I have in health care. are hospitals need to be investigated because we're not getting the number their true numbers because one relative told me that There was a man who had tested negative five times for covid yet on his death certificate the Doctor Marks Cove it. And instead of he died of natural causes and have at times, Families Complain, and they were paid us out dollars to keep quiet and audrey. The reason is the federal government will reimburse hospitals thirty nine thousand dollars, if it's a covert nineteen death, and if it's not a covert death, you don't pay when you pay for something you get more of it. When you subsidize, subsidize it or tax, you get less of it I. Know that to be true, and that's what's happening and because that needs to be stopped. They don't need that money for Covid they have everything they need and the other hospital same situation This person was a friend of the relative, and he said that he would be replaced if he didn't put Kobe down is the reason for death? Want to save their job of course I. don't blame that person I. Guess wouldn't falsify an official record of that title win. The hospital's administrator, said look. You have to market that way you you know. They paid for the Ba- band, so they call the tune, and what? Why is it so political? How come the whole system is setup political and then one conservatives call them on it. They accused the Conservatives Republicans of engaging in their behavior right. It's just too political now. They all just WanNa hurt president trump. And we can't get correct information from. The World Health Organization or CDC. And Republican leaders need to stand up. And they need to speak because they want. Our vote doesn't happen much, doesn't Audrey? No, it doesn't doesn't and also I wanted to mention about these mass. Since you were talking about those earlier. This surgical masks that most of us wear the paper. One is supposed to be for in Stir Cheryl environments. And we wear them. Do Grocery everywhere and cloth. Ones are worse because they don't filter anything coming in. They just filter. What's going out? And so they're, they're useless. They look Nice but now the surgical masks. They said you need to turn out. Replace Them every twenty or thirty minutes. Or other non sterile. We're hurting ourselves with keeping all that carbon dioxide, and and not getting fresh air. Tell you story. That rocky told me yesterday about. How is the perception of safety when it, isn't it? He told me the story and I'm sure it's true that. When you're in the middle of the south. Pacific and there's a day off for a ship that what happens is that the sailors men and women they jump into the ocean. They around and every time they do that. They have somebody with a machine gun on the deck, supposedly providing security in case, a shark or a killer whale, or a might manner, ray comes up that you can shoot the shark and so. So why from around? And gives you the perception that you're safe and so end reality. The guy with a machine gun will tell you look the sharks. Come up from the bottom up. They don't they don't circle. Yeah, you're done. But while you're out there, splashing around, you have the perception that you're safe. Reason the masters required. Is because it gives you the perception. You're safe and it's government control of your life, and it's got nothing to do with your own health, because it doesn't protect you at all. Out, so I can. If I in fact I, was I was in a building, and there was a couple and look like a male nurse, female nurse in scrubs with the top of the mask between the lip, and the nose and I'm thinking you know, and and if you don't try it, Audrey going into a place in Ohio or Kentucky not wearing a mask, he'll be shamed into restaurants and will wear a mask until we're ready to eat. Do you. Have to because you want to, you want to help that restaurant. Out Yourself I want to get out and and the governor said last week that if you wear a mask, we're going to get out of this pickle were in. We're going to go back to school now. Let's see what happens on I. Guarantee You that eighty percent or more of the individuals I see out in public facilities are wearing a mask. Unusual now and so we've done what they've asked us to do. Knowing is not going to help us at all, but we submitted ourselves to the authority of the state as a symbol of compliance, and so if this results in more crackdowns when there's not a public health crisis and the general population that will be sick now if I'm if I, or you are in a nursing home and eighty seven years old and bad health, we are at risk and there's. Going on, but in the general population in the Tri State there is no. CARE crisis and the general population, and the the Tristate Ohio is had less than one hundredth of one percent have died of Kobe. If it was one percent by God. Think about that one hundred. I mean. If it was to ever was one percent, we'd be talking about one hundred and twenty thousand deaths. and. We have three thousand. And get the flu and get over it like we do any other flu because. It's less than a seasonal flu. At this point Audrey. They want to convince us that they're in control. They know what they're doing and you better submit. That's why we're wearing a mask. It's not because he's going to protect me or someone else because we don't follow the protocols on mask-wearing. It's something we do, so we don't get yelled out. Let's continue Marianne Jason both have been there for an hour and a half. We've got to get them on and Lee Amy Jennifer and. And many others. Let's go to Marianne Marianne. Welcome to the bill Cunningham show and Marianne please go ahead. Hi, I wanNA know what I feel like. I'm screaming in the wind. What can we do to make dewine? No, we are not happy with the I'm not eighty percent. I am not four dewine. Because he's ruining our economy, he won't let he's not gonNA. Let the kids go back to school. So who do we call? Do, we do you tell us? Marianne the governor, every two or three days runs a poll and he get on that I like to get on the pole and say I. He's got seventy five to eighty percent approval ratings USA. Today ran a poll a week ago. The most popular governor in America is Mike Dewine. So. How do we make him on? I. I used to speak to him. I'M GONNA. We texted back and forth about a week ago, so I'm GonNa make an effort. Between now and Thursday to communicate to him. What is actually happening not in Columbus on Main Street? In Small Town America, which is where and how he got elected everyone. I won't say ninety nine percent everyone I speak to think this is completely overblown. That's exactly what I believe. Can I am seventy eight? I WANNA food. Pantry, I meet people all the time. I am healthy. Why aren't people saying? We're tired of this we have, and I agree with their first caller that ninety two year old woman who she was right. We have laid down and said take US whatever you want. Do to us, and we don't want that. You can imagine if the snowflakes alive today were in charge award war to Oh my God, we'd be dead. Beckons Deutsche Specialty Deutsche. Yes. What happened to America when I look at the polling, the clearly indicates way of extremely popular politicians who cracked down, but on the other trumpet saying wait a minute we can walk and Chew Gum. This is a problem. Let's open society. He is bludgeoned to death and his poll ratings, and like in the forties. When you shut down, your very explained to me how that's popular. It's not and you know what I believe. If we would've stayed open in the very beginning, this would be over with by now. We would all got the heard virus or whatever they call it an. We'll be back to life again this people. There's too many people that are afraid and I've not afraid I is ridiculous. Marianne at some point we'll have an expiration date. And when the expiration date comes, it's over hopefully. Meet our maker in a positive fashion. But between now and that date I, WanNa live my life as a great American I wanNA. Play Golf. I'm going to go out to dinner on a week. My friends I WANNA Walk I. WanNa Watch sporting events gonNA live I don't want exist. I WANNA live. And right now one third one half of us do not wanna live their life. They're waiting. At death's door to enter. And I wanNA live my life. Let's continue now. We don't stop. We simply continue got Jason Lee Amy than many others Jason First of all. Thank you for your patience and thank you for coming on the bill. Cunningham. Show and Jason Go ahead. Hey Bill. Thanks. A Lot the question I have for you and I think the question that I think all of Ohio wants answered is who is paying the band. That's playing the song. The wine is dancing to Dr NBA. Might, soon have her own day. I heard and that But. Who is who is? Who is the wine actually listening to fix you know and we know that the bachelorette giving out are facts are facts. They're incontrovertible. Nobody's dying in math. With this, so who is he who is telling me telling him to shut everything down jet Jason if we lived at a time. One hundred years ago the Spanish flu. Killed about six hundred seventy five thousand Americans and today's numbers out would be two point two million, so if we actually had two point, two million dead Americans and ten times that number and hospitals, which is twenty million. It would be time to shut down our society. I get it, but when we live in a combat. I bought in at the beginning. I did, too. I, I was given the numbers I was spoken to I was in. Florida was told to get back home. I was given a special pass for for the road blocks. That were coming and I said Oh my God, this is it and when it did not happen, and when people paid attention and the numbers to flatten the curve did not occur because there was no curve. We in the Mid West did not have a curve tube flattened. We were told eighty. Dead Ohioans, seventy, thousand dead hoosiers and Kentuckians, where we're going to have one hundred and fifty thousand dead, Tristate staters my that Oh my God hundred fifty thousand thousand people dead. It is time to shut up no your role, shut your mouth and listen after about a month of that I said now wait a minute. You told US AIMEE ACTON said on March. Twenty Second March twenty second. She said there were one hundred thousand infected ohioans as she spoke in every six days. Dot number doubles so by May first. We were going to have eight million infected ohioans, which means there would be. Be Eighty thousand dead. There'd be eight hundred thousand in the hospital and eight million infected I'm going Oh Jesus Mary and Joseph I better go and light a candle. Because if this happens, we're done and so some time around the first of May and listen to me for the last several months I, said no wait a minute and I talked to Mike. This is what you said and this is what happened. Why instead it's because of the success of people I said when I talked to those who run UC medical and Christ and try health. They're telling me they're empty. They're laying off. They're laying off ER doctors and a middle of a pandemic. He said that's a symbol of our success. I said Great. So when did we start opening things up? He said slowly, but surely that was in May now here we're in the middle of July and the rumor. Is that something more strident going to happen starting Thursday at two o'clock, and now the high winds can't even fly to New York and get off a plane. Yeah Willie, but weren't. We told that no matter Wendy economy reopens. There will be an increase absolutely. So this is not a surprise. This is nothing to scream about, and then claimed at the sky is falling dish. We knew this what happened this. Out of everything with the copay. This is the one thing that has come true that you know. They said what when you open things up, Hannah King now, but you have these massive protests together with opening up both of them together join to have more infection plus these pop-up sites. There's one this afternoon in Lincoln Heights pop-up spot, and when you have these pop-up sites, you're going to have more infection. It is important to be infected or not, because there's generally absolutely no symptoms you know you got it, but but what's important is hospital hospitalizations. Hospitalizations and I see you. How many people in the inquire has said that there's no increase in hospitalizations no increase and I see you, and in fact we're still under one hundredth of one percent and the general population or Ohio right now Kentucky has fewer deaths from covid nineteen on average and the seasonal flu, but Bashir and and the wind keep acting as if we're in this crisis that exists only in their mind, not in reality, and they keep holding his news conferences as if they're in the middle of a pandemic when they're not. These news conferences. Will they have the guts once after they and I believe that the one will start shutting down, and we'll do the stay at home order again. Well. He have the guts in in his weekly or Daily News conferences to tell us the number of Ohio, and that have lost their jobs for good, not just not just for a little bit, but so many businesses. CanNot whether another shut down and the at all so I I challenge governor to wind to Hammock guts town. Violence lost their job. How many families have author homes? Because he reacted inappropriately and having done something wrong, he cannot now go back in time and apologize. He's got his put his head down and put Clermont County into the red category when the and the last seven months they've had six deaths, and in the last according to the public health records, seven deaths total from covid nineteen in the past six months and six hospitalizations, and the last two weeks none resulting in death, and they're in the red category. There's a disconnect between the words and reality. On newsradio seven hundred wwl view. Dot Com Why Am Scotch on broadcasting? And Rocky Governor, not on today fortunately, but that worries me because he's going to lay the people's elbow down on Thursday Thursday. The BEHAN IS GONNA come out the People's elbow. It's GonNa. Be Andre, the giant with the Hulk Stir. And I. Never Thought Hawks are ever actually beat Andre the giant. Am I right or wrong. Thing people remember. Is that he by slamming I, but if Andrei wanted to fight? It was over I would take him against a grizzly bear. Now you have papers? Facts segment deals with poetry. You have a problem in your community. You're probably wall. Thank you hit the hit this again. From rocky boy meets buddy. If you don't think you have a problem in your community, you're probably wrong, so if you don't think you have a problem, you're wrong. So what are the facts? I'm just trying to understand everything here of why Hamlin County, let's say is potentially entering the purple right purple my way, so you know the criteria right there seven. Through. Who voted on this criteria Matt Steinman. Past Tony Bender Tony Bender so Y-. Every single one seven is I'm looking at here. Have to do with cases has to do with deaths. Cases and hop pop testing is a big deal. You get more of those automatically you get. Five of the set criteria number five sustained increase in outpatient visits, the data the set looks at the number of people visiting outpatient settings, including telehealth appointments with suspected or confirmed Kobe one, thousand, nine, hundred suspected, or can so I I have like favorite kind of look like you may have it so boom. That goes into. into Saturday how many thousands of bread counts number? Four counts sustained increase in your er data will show us the trend in a number of people who visit an emergency department cove, nineteenth symptoms or a Kobe diagnosis as a result of the visits, he could go to get your tonsils out and before they do. Hey, let's get covered pests. Your show news sums boom positive cover tests your added to the list analyst. County and the last ten days have had five or six hospitalizations, and therefore they've gone up. Four hundred percent hang counties at seven hundred ninety nine total hospitalization. That's total since February. Seven so it's one hundred a month. Yes, but we have two thousand five hundred fifty seven beds account. We Have Bethesda Christ good. Samaritan Jewish hospital. Mercy Anderson Mercy Health West mercy handling. Try Health and University of Cincinnati as up to two thousand, five hundred and fifty seven beds, twenty, five hundred, and it gets about like eighty a day. But, even if all all of them haven't at once, we would still have what is that over? Seventeen hundred available beds. Still you're standing any this shirt I. Don't think he is go ahead. Tell me to crisis. Three thousand deaths out of twelve million people seventy percent of nursing homes in the general population. You call it one thousand deaths, that's under one hundredth of one percent in Ohio of the three thousand sixty four deaths eighty-two had been under fifty. That's around percent eighty, two under fifty, hundred fifty. You understand that say yeah. I don't think seventy. It's two thousand and three hundred and sixty to seventy eight percent segment. percent of the House deaths have been seventy plus. We shut down school shutdown nursing homes. Schools and how many children in America feel six point six million? From K. through high school and then add what like. Twenty twenty twenty minutes. About so, how about just K. through high school? That's an America's about fifty. Six million of the fifty six million I assume half have a Kobe nineteen. No no absolutely enough. How many of added so from five to twenty four five to twenty, forty, two, thousand four, there have been one hundred seventy deaths of school aged kids k. through college. There's been one hundred and seventy th, and by the way Ben numbers been consistent for about two weeks. So it's fair to say it is under zero point zero zero something. They're not at risk there's. Bad and it smelled Jackie Yeah. So you saw California. They're gonNA shut down yeah. Down shut it down so of the nine million kids under age eighteen, nine million under eighteen California California, how many died from Cohen I would assume four and a half million. Snow Zero Zero so when? You know they serve like a million million half. Students shunned no zero zero. Zero. I'm watching. MSNBC also known as MS ESPN this morning. And they have a reporter out in front of the sewage treatment plant in Phoenix Arizona, and behind this female reporter. Quite attractive I might add is a VAT. Looks like circulating poop and she did a stand up, saying they can tell how much infection there is by analyzing the poop in the sewer system. Would you? Would you like to have that Gig? Wait so so in order to test me. They gotta stick a Q. Tip like all the way up into my brain in order to determine. If I got an accurate mortgage, check your you know what come on I'm just telling you. I'm watching this and behind her was. A Little semi droplet gets on someone cove nineteen, but to get tested I got sick. A Q. Tip always into my skull out the top of your head, and back in you gotTA. About this right for mortar Demi Moore I don't deal with facts. Go ahead, says you understand any of this, so this is in Florida Florida Department of Health. And all their positive They're confirmed cases like Friday. It was ten, thousand, three hundred. Saturday was a max of any state fifteen, thousand, three hundred, so news agency down there Fox thirty five is looking in this. The population has has everyone's got got hair grown out of their eyeballs well, they looked into some of these. These places specific testing locations in. Diagnostics right just is in some county in Florida it was reporting eight percent of their tests were back came back as positive impossible, so they dug a little bit, and it turned out that that actually isn't. What happened was only nine point four percent, so they had the decimal point moved in the Orlando. Veterans Affairs Medical Center originally said they had seventy six percent positively. They dug into start asking you questions and they admitted it was actually six percent. Why would they admit to lies? Then one caught changing because of the green lettuce or salvation. Get paid, yes. Well might dewine say Thursday at two o'clock. Hamilton County. You're in the purple. They can't. It'd be anarchy. With pitchfork. Can't physically can't do it. According to Larry Householder as long as his approval, ratings are eighty percent. He's not changing. How many polls even in your life have you been asked? Were approval rating for the governor not yet. Might Happen, I know no I said. Are you often pulled? Now. You know what we're talking about. No. Now. Why are we the mask? I had another expert. The mask may protect someone else. If you're infected, it doesn't protect you from catching it from somebody. And secondly you got to follow all the protocols on mask handling mass disposal. You can't wear the same mass more than like three hours. It's got to be washed out every night. It's got to be dried and so if you use it so. So it has nothing to do with public safety everything to do with submission to authority has got nothing to do with keeping you safe for your wife. Say for your kids as to do with you. Understanding I'm in charge, and you're not the image of safety I told you the story. Yes, tell the story about the separate, so my buddy is a naval academy cyclists. You might understand this. And again this has to do with safety versus that perception of safety so is in the naval. Academy and he's on a submarine right, and they go out way out in the middle, the alantic ocean cassie see land for hundreds of thousands of miles right so they come to the top of the water there and they allow them to go swim. Sailor nor jump out swimming. Will they put someone on the deck with an M16 right? In That person at say. Maybe that's a guy from Saint Louis. Might be the guys say. He'll be arrested, so they gotta go up there with M16 his job is to. A shark comes to shoot the shark. Okay, so my buddy and other swim round. Great Time we'll protect them back on the submarine. How long you've been doing about twenty years ago, so in twenty years. How many sharks have you shot or even? He goes none he goes. If a shark comes to attack you, it's GonNa come underneath the water. I won't even see. We've bitten half because I'm just here to make you feel safe. act. The image of safety in the perfect announcing safest isn't safety important. Don't you want not drive a car? Not Jumping Swimming Pool. What played golf? You must be hidden ahead. Why go bowling I mean match diamonds a great bowler, but every now and then he throws out his shoulder and can't bowl I. isn't it better to stay home in the closet? Get in bubble wrap and do nothing. In that better one of life has the have experiences. So when you're in your latter years, you can say more I did this. I did this and you bring your grandson. Your kids ever say boy. When I was young, I went, and did you gotTa have some stories tell? Your book about. Not Getting Anything to do with else plugs. Thank you. You're welcome. By the way pre orders are amazing. I am a tax from A. L. In college official says ask rocky. When's HE GONNA start a campaign to get rid of the word bomber from Saint Ex, he goes and kills a bunch of innocent people. Crusaders are done at Muller because of killing Muslim men, women and children, and also the Lancers are done because it depicts artifacts USA slaughter, innocent people, and the Panther Celebrates Yui, Newt Huey Newton Right Black Panther so elder. They're in trouble. So what's left? The rocket kills. Coleraine Cardinal. That's kind of A. Kind of a bird. That doesn't this small little chirping bird. That doesn't win the big games. Only one of the wildcats especially against Saint Action the playoff about saint excellent play offs all. High School will be a high school game this year. Oh Man I. Don't know I. I don't know. Any looking good, what about the SEC I? Am Positive? There's reasons. To play our kids are not at risk better off being on a college campus amongst other people of his or her age. Okay, that are otherwise unaffected by this with all kinds of treatment, availability and millions of dollars worth of facilities are they more safer, there or are they safer back home safer? Guam bars and no. Have you seen with? Teenage boys are doing now. Basketball baseball soccer swimming there camping. They're living life and their with others like themselves. They don't pay attention to any of this. So by getting back in school, you put them in a more of a cloistered environment lesson structure. Young people need drugs. You agree, say structure. What happened to him about that having to me? What about the girl used to date at Coleraine? WHO's worked without pedophile? What's her name? What merit was a tracy? What's her name? That was a long time ago. was supposedly she had somebody under her. That had sex with teenage girls. Have you seen that story? Say you talking about. What do you know about this? Know Nothing and. Whether. She turned me down I. Guess Lane Maxwell is. Singing like a canary right now. How long was she killed herself yet like the other guy and. The same joint humane murdered whenever to Maya Denard was the chief of staff to WHO. Owns you fit and Phil how many years like four five and now? She's singing like a canary in pg saying. This isn't about this isn't about me. It's about you well. Can you get a work release program to come back to be the mayor of Cincinnati? WanNa. Know is what if what if he walks up. There puts his hand on the Bible right hand up and all of a sudden. There's a policeman back there. Put the cuffs on him right before he becomes mayor. Because Toledo has four of nine. We might have five of nine with the gang of five to beat out tour Toledo. More of our, we got more corruption around here. No care about that I care about the whole county and other counties in Ohio getting shut down for no reason. Yeah, we. We need a candidate to say trust me Allsteel less than the rest. We, need that candidate to step up and say trust me. I'll steal less than the rest of the less corrupt. Less corrupt you're in. Rocky wanted to run wanted to run for city. Council should be my. I'll be less corrupt than most trust me I'm not gonNA steal as much as PG and Seal Bach, and Wendell I feel less there, you go rock. A free book. Go the motto is you vote for me to get a book? It's like Roosevelt with the chickens still less than the rest in every pot that now that was you. But how about harsher? than the rest. Not Bad, not bad. I'll try not to be locked up during my time in office. I'm only going to hire friends and family members and I'm not taking that big of a cut from their salary either some be honest. With the electorate in your mic remember, it's not about me it's. How does he stand up there and say that with a straight face I? Don't know I. Don't know that's that's. Inconsequential say give me some sports. We'll hear the stooge. Reporters Approach Service of a local tempstar heating air conditioning dealers tempstar quality. You could feel a beautiful Milford Baker Heating Eight, three, one, fifty, one, twenty four. I'll still much less than the rest opening day ten days away, will he is reds? Get still get ready to face off against those tigers now one week away now for the first scrimmage against the Tigers next Tuesday night. Can anyone be there? No, please continue borrowed at four o'clock the franchise tag deadline. Slap it on number eighteen AJ. I say yes. Nothing so because they're not gonNA, pay him. And not going to release them release. You GotTa Muslim Veterans fever for how much money's going to get like fourteen, million or something like that by the way, everyone is rooting against the preseason all we hate preseason games. You're happy that. PRESEASON Games canceled. How's that going to work out for a young rookie quarterback? You can't even Zad no ta days and gone no nothing nothing in person going with maybe two most likely zero preseason games. You can start day one. Borough to be really good he. He better have all the weapons. All the weapons and better have a better offensive line. Williams is back Jones ups. To win. While hopefully, get leash, make it through camp. Remember off still much less than the rest. Vote for me, okay? For Rocky, I'll still less than the rest. And I would never say. T shirt vote for rocky onto back to. Get a piece for you. Wouldn't be good. I don't know obviously what PG's doing succeeding so. Under. Criminal Investigation I'm running for mayor. Also Willie at Tom Burns your on Erin Andrews out. With dancing with the stars after fifteen years so. Wild rumors that you and Tanya Aurore. Tonight, he headed to Hollywood to take over. The the. Rumors are either tri-state going around tristate that you and Tanya Rourke. We'll be. As show been there done that, the answer is no okay. But. They want persons of color to do that. That's the issue. Maybe, a gay lesbian woman, and they aardvark by sexual transitioning male. And then you're in the ratings. Go right through the top. Okay, do they? Yes? That's what Aaron told me I used to date her, you know. I shouldn't say that. Pretend like I didn't say that okay. That from the record. Say Rocky we'll see. Don't come in here with facts anymore. PIANO ROCK! Come away in your time, right? How many school kids in California? There is nine million kids under age eighteen and there's been zero deaths. Shut down the school with Scott. Shut down the schools. Say Thank you. You're welcome. Say Give me out of the students report will the honor of a beautiful Tuesday here in the tri-state vote for rocky, get a piece of the Rock and I'll steal much less than the rest. We leave you with the immortal words of the stew report. Free Marijuana. Medicine both for Bill. S Still A. There was a time segment when not running for dude had. Roth for your at. I go by that restaurant every time I look, he's passed out with his gun and DESTRUC- and gun on his lap and a big Mac and his mouth. Drunk driving away to go. Well, he's Zelda. Do something make you in the news? Within a day? He was in the news. Really Rocky thank you. Could enjoying yourself segment. Thank you, you're welcome to. You have any idea what we're talking about. Maybe go over that maybe tomorrow. One of them's facts more. On seven hundred WWL W.

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Today is Wednesday Bobby Bony a day the biggest day all sports bobby bony gets his one, million, one, hundred and ninety, three, thousand, two, hundred and forty, eight, thousand, two, hundred, forty. I can't do numbers anymore. Two hundred and forty eight dollars paycheck every July first so happy to buy Buni at the ultimate flex. He still has like fourteen years left on this thing. Congratulations Bobby Bonday. Big Day for him. How many virgils is that I was trying to do the math, but again I'm not that good at division or multiplication. It's a lot of virgils. Has An awesome contract and I thought that. Once, his guns like the fifth or six year when he was outside of baseball and still get paid, you'd see less. These contracts come true, but the more MLB TV rights deals start to come in the more you're seeing players. Push off in saying yeah. I'll take some deferred money coming down the line. It's a good deal. It's like it's like when that scratch off millions for life or whatever it is like I, would absolutely take a deal like that instead of giving me all the money straight up in fact I would almost prefer. If you were to say like. I'm going to give you either twenty million dollars under twenty twenty fifth birthday, or I'm going to give you a million dollars a year till you're fifty I'm absolutely taking the million tons fifty 'cause. If I'm twenty five I'm just going to like I'm going to spend it like billy football would yes. Shitload jetskis. My jetski farm. It's essentially just leaving. It's saving some later saving that last bite of the Sandwich for ten years down the line. When you know, you'll probably need it it actually. It's perfect that it's. Obviously happens every July first but today. Where we're sitting here recording this June thirtieth Darren Williams, actually got his last from the New Jersey Nets now the Brooklyn Nets and he hasn't played them for five years, so I love these type of contracts where a guy keeps getting paid forever, and I would even do it more. If I was by Roni I would've gone even further. I would have been like half a million for eighty years. Fuck it just keep going forever and never. Always just bank on it like that one day. He probably he probably has the biggest party in the month of June. Being like guess, what shall I I? I get another paycheck and it's awesome rich again. Oh, yeah, you definitely have to get like a bouncier castle and a clown in a dunk tank and everything like every July first that's the biggest holiday of the year for what if you just got like fifty thousand dollars a year for the next like however long a be seventy five years, so your kids which still be getting that contract after you're done. That'd be even better. Yeah, that Matt does not work out whatsoever. Though no, it doesn't. be at fifty thousand dollars would have to be like seven hundred years or something Larry. Go your your grandkids. Great grandkids get it like the actually. All that would be ensuring is that your grandchildren are gonna be like delays pieces of shit ever because they'll be like even if you have like twenty grandkids. I get four thousand dollars a year. Year coming in every July first I don't need to get a job. We just were so bad at math. We just went from Bobby Boondi day talking ourselves into like a like the six year of our job at progressive insurance like writing like you know underwriting auto insurance for people like that. What about a fifty five thousand dollars a year job? Yeah, like real comfortable benefits like what about that doesn't sound so bad. Yes, Dwight. Dwight Dwight shrewd sixty thousand dollars a year, being a CO manager of a hotel in Hell. That is really the dream for anybody. That's the American dream right there. Yes, all right, so that's that congratulations by Boney it's always great to have probably bony a day. I am unfortunate. It's unfortunate that Darren Revell has co-opted bobby bony a day. I'm sure he'll have some. We need to remind Jake to get. He needs to tweet at twelve. Twelve, will one tonight make sure he gets that content going right away and also break it down a million different ways, our mental note, Jake. When you get to this point, he listens before every show. Make sure you have a full list of things. Bobby Bonier Day could by both yearly and the length of contract I want the weirdest shit. You can come up with all right so the other thing we have going on. Finally, we have NBA player going to their facilities than getting ready to go to Orlando. Feels like it's still precarious feels like they're still I would end up happening in my mind. Is that the teams that can actually win? Something are going to feel the full teams, and you see a team like the nets that are just it feels like everyone's dropping like flies because they don't really want to be there and get. The Shit kicked out of him by the bucks, but the big news today in the NBA is we finally. Finally have the elephant that's been in the room. The whole time Stephen a Smith addresses it head on and says it's going to be an issue with how horny everyone's GonNa. Get trying to get out of the bubble to hook up and let me tell you if there's an expert that can speak on this it stephen a Smith who is self admitted Horny for hours on hours every day a few hours. Maybe not all day long. Every day all day. He's not horny whereas the big pant, so he can easily conceal an erection that he might have. It's tough to pitch a tent in like a tarp. That's hanging around your belt like a hot air balloon draped around your waist. So yes. Stephen Smith I think we talked about doesn't take a couple of weeks ago. You were saying. Saying that the real problem was going to be. There's no ice cream machine I was saying the real problem is. We don't know the group situation we need. Win Horse to go head to head against Stephen, a Smith to have that debate on I take, so we can finally get to the bottom of it. Right body shaming. You just did go no. Good his. I'm not saying that. When I am not saying one way or another, who's taken which side you just assumed windhorst taking the ice cream side, Shimon you, we have talked about Smith, being Horny, but it's a real thing. It's a real. It's a real. It's a real issue like there's no doubt about it. If you are a single NBA player, and you're down inside that bubble for up to what a month and a half, maybe with no sort of release shall we say there's going to be? There's going to be those. Letters passed around like there were in every single college dorm which. which ended up being faked, saying like we need to stop masturbating because it's clogging up the showers, credits you by the way for keeping the dreams like you know any twelve year old. WHO's listening to this show being like that that qualifier? If if it's a single NBA player credit to you for that? Because we go all married NBA players, they won't even think about it. It will be straight to the ice cream line listened Doug Christie said a model that will never be broken for MBA players in the early two thousand. That's how these guys operate one woman at a time. Hank. We say something. Curious like what would you like? How would you solve this issue? Because you know like realistically, they should I don't know. What would you do, what would you? Very easy fix fixing same thing as the Korean Baseball, association did you get sex in the stance? So every player gets to pick one like their Alice Cooper at a concert back in the late seventies, and they just point to their body guard at the end of every game like I want that one to come backstage. It would be funny similar to. To a bowl grab bag when you go, play in like the playstation bowl, and they give you a pair of sunglasses in cheap watch, and they're like. Hey, here's basically the same thing as getting paid. If every single NBA player got like a flashlight, and some lube a browsers password and was like. Hey, here's. How here's how we stay safe, everyone good. To yeah, that's true. True maybe a camp Sunday cashless. Maybe that's what they meant like movie night. It's just cam so tonight and everyone. Everyone just kind of sits there. They give everyone their own blanket, and they sit and watch watch Cam Girl at night. That's. Only, only fans on their back. I don't have a higher seed is just whoever wins the game of cookie cookie. The community television run. What would you guys say if you had? If you had to guess tw- June thirtieth percentage that there will be? A full basketball like re-. Like from exactly how there's have it scheduled? One hundred percent because I'm not willing to doubt myself now. It's the only thing that I've got pulled before too much so. Call. Me Delusional Call Me Insane. But I think it's one hundred percent going to happen. I won't hear any evidence to the contrary or anything that might make me change my mind because I don't WanNa. Go down the dark road I. Think it's Henderson ten percent I. Think it's going to happen because they're very adamantly trying to make it happen like it seems like Adam Silver's. We need to bring it back well. Here's the thing, hey. Brian, yeah but I. Don't think you're going to be deterred by a couple. Positive tests I think, it's going to be weird. I think there's going to be guys that are going to miss time. I think there's going to be teams. It looked like skeleton crews by the way Sam Dekker still could play, so maybe it's one of these team signed Sam Dekker for a couple of days. I don't know just an idea but I think they're going to get it. We're going to have basketball DNA July. Do. You think that maybe there's some there's going to make it to the finals what? S, what Happens in the middle of the season. It gets who is year. That's where it gets interesting. Once once one team starts to have a bunch of players that have to sit out for a while at what point does Adam silver say okay. We're canceling this whole operation. Because then at that point, you're going to get all the conspiracy theories coming out and saying they're just canceling. Because Lebron is not gonNa make the finals. kind of your wins anyway. No, it doesn't absolutely just not count. They. I think they're going to. They're going to power through it. If you if you have a team, it gets easier obviously as you get further down the line. Because there's less teams, there's less personnel. Everything gets easier when there's like four teams left and I think when we talk about guys like leaving the bubble I don't think it's the guys that are playing for a championship. You have to worry about I. Think it's the guys that know that they're. Going to be on the Lakers I understand, but they're going to get. The Shit kicked out of them when they like in the first round by the Lakers clippers the box and they're like why the fuck of my here. What the hell am I trying to sit inside all night and play xbox like watch Disney movies. Those are the guys that are going to be like fuck this stay. Spencer dinwiddie comes down with Cova the day after he says that he was going to wear trillion on the back of his Jersey to bring awareness to the national debt crisis. Still really understand. That's been one of those things since I was in second grade. That's fun money. Just like people are making clocks showing how big the the national debt is getting, and it's like well next year. This is going to come. Do and we're going to be in a lot of trouble. It's like put it on a credit card. The Way I've always assumed how the national debt works is that Would we owe it to China to China? We ought people okay, so we were we to. China's like our bookie and they basically are saying we'd rather you just keep playing. Then try to collect all this money because it's gotten too far. you know pass where we can get so? Yeah, that's all that's happening. We have a Bobby Bonilla contract with the nation of China right now right here. We owe them a certain amount of money. It's a small amount of money that we have to show them every single year. As long as we keep those payments going then we can keep betting against the spread, or you can say hey, glass point. Last point. I don't think you are. I am recording. Sure I'm recording audio. I'm not recording. I'm according to video. I see I see. I see no recording your video. Shed I'm not. I'm not according video. Are you recording video lamb? I'm not recording I the back where it's like Galleria, so I didn't I didn't record. According. Nee? Making sure do I need to. START I've says recording. Start recording audio quicktime or no. Probably not at this point you could keep all this great. Stay won't to To Lakers, players tested positive for corona, and they never reported to, and they reported pretty much every other. Positive. I kind of liked this. We should start. You know what they should do. If there's not going to have, we're not going to have a season. They should let us start betting on these things they should let us start bidding on who tested positive, and that will be its own sport where. Instead of sports sports are now just getting a hundred celebrities or athletes in a room, and just betting on who would get krona virus. Okay, so I think that's bad news we need to. We need to flip it because we don't want to. We don't want to be rooting for people to get sick or not. We just need to flip it and say I'm going to bet on WHO's not gonNA get the virus. That's fine I. don't care. I don't care how we phrase it. I just think that's a good new sport. You Watch them you can. It's basically watching reality. Reality television like big brother with celebrities, and then the gamble is who will stay corona virus free. Yeah, I'm putting all my money on Tom Brady because even if he gets it, he's not going to admit that he has and if he gets it. He's GonNa just. He drinks so much water that it's just not gonNA affect him. He wouldn't admit that he had it and he would be like the super super super spreader and be like fine. I'm totally fine, and he's like I'm fine I drink six gallons of water today I haven't eaten a strawberry since I was four. There's no chance I haven't. All right. Let's get to our hotseat. Cool tyrone, and then we'll get to dungeons and dragons. A can't Miss Dungeons and dragons by the way no show Friday, no show Friday Monday will be Arteta keys. We have record a bunch of get excited for that. Monday, take so hot sequel brought to you by Bud. Light Seltzer. Try for yourself and see why the great taste Bud Light Seltzer is putting all others on the hot seat for the is coming up. We know you need some. Some ice, cold, Bud, light and Bud Light Seltzer, so remember to use code pmt on drizzly to get five five dollars off your first purchase of Bud Light Seltzer delivered. Right to your door. That is drizzly PMT. Cope, EMT Bud Light Seltzer. Thank you light Seltzer. Okay hotseat couture on Hank. My seat is gusts. Douglaston so stay stay woke once again. you know I'm not a Tin Foil I. Was GonNa say these things happened the same day coincidence I'll let the people decide. But this morning. This is a real news like real life news breaking at least three members. The Toledo city council have been taken into custody by federal law enforcement officers so far, the FBI is unwilling to comment except to say, it is an ongoing matter which is interesting because you know a lot of people, said like coach coach. Dogs was at a power five. Five schools. Why would you go back to Toledo to make lot of sense and then two hours later from our darling? Jake Mars tweeted just in preliminary report suggests head coach Gus starting with a serious health square earlier this morning. It is not expected to be life threatening but Status Tonight's coaching. Carousel may be in jeopardy. Here's torsion coach dogs a speedy recovery. Okay so by this time the time you're listening to the news is already broken. Gusts docker Jane has had a heart attack is on life support. He's had a heart attack in reality. So that's that's happening in the video game world in reality I realize that we finally have a vacation. We had vacation really long time and also sports coming back Hank excluding. Sports, coming back in July, so we're going to have like no July or August. Break really either so I'm going to gusts. Organs can be in the hospital. Sunday night Sunday night. We're going to get back into it. Take a break always good to take a break. Take a step back. Just chill out for a second. I may hop on a stream. The dozens were playing. Trivia, game on Wednesday night on the part of my take trips. What what's it called? Doesn't, but it's programming. Be Wednesday at the regularly scheduled time at eleven. Eleven am on. Yeah, it's going to periscope and it's going to perfect beyond the normal channel. Okay, so that's happening. So I may hop on and do some fuck around on twitch if I feel like it, but I needed a break. I needed his chill out for a second. The Toledo. Bribery scandal have I ever told you guys the time that I like there was a when I worked in real estate and Chicago and they there was a bribery scandal which happens like every year in Chicago government, but in the Department of buildings, and it was like like one of the people I worked with all the time to get permits from was wrapped up in it I can't tell you the disappointment that someone you can feel when you you could have been bribing someone to get things done quicker. worked. Deliver. Do you think that you may be missed? Some of the signals when they were asking for bribes, and you just went cool enough to pick up on it because the Dow be what would be worse for me. I'd be living in fear that like I. Put off vibes that I'm not probable. Honestly I probably it's actually very similar to the time that Hank Hank was with me when Hank David and I went to the? To the Breeders Cup with West Welker and then the next year it came out that he was doing ecstasy at the Kentucky Derby and I was like so we're clearly squares like offer us any acts so that hurt my feelings, but this one really hurt my feelings. I I remember the woman. I worked with all the time, and she was caught up in it, and my boss was like had to sit me down to like you weren't bribing anyone. Right and I was. was like no, but I fucking wish I was because it's a pain in the ASS along. I sit in line every day with the Department of buildings so I don't know going through it. It's I'm sure someone's going through what I'm feel. I felt back in the day. When it's like damn could could have had my job a lot easier. Yeah, when I was working in in software. Austin Texas one of our clients was a government organization that Wade and manufactured and. Manufacture what they weighed at packaged and distributed peanuts, it was like a big agricultural client, and they got in trouble because they were getting kickbacks from all the different vendors that they were doing business with. I was pissed off because I was a salesperson and I knew that I could have charged a lot more. Our rates could have been way way higher just with the. The understanding that I would give them money back on the other side. I missed out on a Shitload of commissions, but definitely I never got raided by the FBI, but that is cool. That's very cool to be working in office environment and have a bunch of FBI agents as long as they're wearing those blue windbreakers yellow, writing like storm in through the doors. That's awesome. Self. The the moral of the story is being a good person is good except for the moments when you feel like you really lose out on some fun, yeah! I'm I'm happy with the choices. I made there, but there was that momentary like fuck. Guy Could've fucking could miss out the miss it on rush in. Thrill that's that's the real thing is like we're gonNA. Fuck you find yourself wire for the government to to to cap capture. That would've been thrilling to do. Into witness protection that'd be maybe they send you somewhere tight like Hawaii. Yeah, awesome! Are you hank? What's your cool thrown Michael Thrown? Is Curb curb your enthusiasm? Greenland for eleven season I know you didn't necessarily like the last season as much I thought it was it. It was probably the best recent season of the last two or three I think Larry. David with corona is going to be amazing. It got better towards the end I just thought there were some of the some of the episodes were like almost parody of curb that they were so curb, whereas like sixteen different things were happening, right? You I mean it also. There's something about curb like appeal curb you could. You knew kind of what was happening, but you also like got stunned a little by the cringe. This last season. It's like you know exactly how everything's GonNa play out. Cringe. Yeah, right right, but I think the Corona Corona Larry David. Like there's no, there's no better wheels for that guy. Yes, yes, I would just like to see a comeback for real sex, real sex and taxicab confessions. If you guys ever watch taxicab confessions. An awesome show. It was, it was amazing. Well, it's no, it's totally different. Hey, this one. It's like people in the back of a cab in New York, and they say the most embarrassing Shit, and they start doing the most embarrassing shit, and then when they get out of the Cabriolet like hey, could you sign a release saying that it's okay for us to put this on TV. They're like sure. Go ahead. They should do that for Uber Uber Confessions now was back when t pupil like didn't TV wasn't. have. You said Oh yeah go ahead. Put me on HBO. There's a chance at like seventy five percent of your family and friends never saw. It's also back in the day. When porn wasn't super widespread, so anything you got that like. Maybe you saw a bra or a knee. You're like yeah, this this'll. This is enough to do the trick for me right now. Right all right. What's what's your hot cool thrown PF to? My hot seat is firecrackers, so New York is dealing with an explosion of firecrackers fireworks. They've been going off every single night for like the last three weeks, somebody. Somebody, through an mad eighty outside my house a couple of weeks ago and it was really I didn't realize how loud and mad really was, but it sounded like a real life explosion out there so, but they're on the hot seat, because although they've been kind of annoying for the last couple of weeks I did some digging into the kind of volume of sales, and the expected rate of sales of fireworks over the course of any given year. They produce enough fireworks to be able to get into the fourth of July so right now people have bought up so many fireworks and US enough already that there's not going to be enough loved leftover for the force at least in New York. City throws it'd be like a calm ish. A calmer than normal fourth of July in New, York City which should be that'll be kind of eerie to begin with, but yeah, it's like every single night. There's it's it's just like one explosion. After the other outside, my window was crazy. Yes, yes I. It's! It's like two in the morning like clockwork. The fireworks and I believe all the threads about them to fireworks. They're like. The government's probably lighting them. Ganster lighting them trying to confuse US I don't know, but all I know is I hear a lot of fireworks correct, my other hot sees the buffalo bills because sixty of their eighty players are from outside of New York state in states that have newly enacted quarantine policies for people flying into New York so whenever the bills start to. To practice, they're going to have to wait two weeks to get most of their team out there on the field so between that and also getting the other, Josh Allen Cam Newton in the division This is going to be a very tricky offseason. Tricky training camp set for the bills. I got to circle the wagons ahead of time right now, yes, I'm. The bills I mean the SE style it becomes. One of the interesting. Divisions all football with Cam Newton going to the Patriots, but the bills just like the fact that bills could win a division. Thinking about the Bills Winning Division having a home playoff game. Hank is now shaking his head. It's exciting to think about I. MEAN WE HAVE CAM? Newton now? I. Don't know if you guys have heard the News Kim noon is basically Josh Allen? How many wins do you think the Patriots will have this year now twelve? Knows step back. I. Don't know about that. Blow I think. They Tokyo Brown. I feel like there's like I feel like there is some type of like. A Brady spell check rivalry going on where like they're trying to like really put on for the sees. You think that they would resign Antonio Brown. That would be hilarious Lombardi said he's hearing it like he's hearing own. My God, there's. So Mad. The Bucks Oh I tell you around now would be incredible to Patriots re-signed Antonio Brown and was like you know what enough times past they should resign them. Then trade him to the bills again. Yes, yes, if it works out the second time. Michael thrown is John Elway because he just turned sixty years old or something like that, but I don't know what packed. What blood oath was signed by every member of the NFL media that said that they had to wish John elway happy sixtieth birthday, but literally everybody did like I've never seen this. Many people just come out of the woodwork to wish to wish a single general manager or owner are any sort of team employees like happy. Happy Birthday, but. The knee for John Elway and was like Hey John just, so you know wishing happy birthday I got your back. Yup Yup I mean John Elway is is love for although. I don't know we'll see if he if he can't. If the Broncos are never good again under his watch, does he lose? That's why he never should take that type of job. No, he won one at like in the front office, but you could basically ruin it. You gotta just a ride off into the sunset and be the legend and never take any risks with the organization get. I'm a true believer and my other cool thrown. In addition to Jonah ways. How many Guy Okay I'll pass I'll let you go because I know you have some good ones God. Go ahead. Okay, all right I'll go ahead my. Seat is bigger than my hot seat is big. Ben Big Ben's on the hot seat because he just came out as a porn addict and then. Monday night! We've got one of the all time. tweets twitter threads ever. Liam, not our Liam, but at pilgrim, tweeted top three hundred and seventy porn stars parentheses not up for debate. And then he went and listed three hundred seventy porn stars, according to his rankings, which is not up to debate and just. Sometimes you gotta just tip your cap. Be like man. The Internet good like down was good with that guy. Just did and I just feel bad for guys like big. Ben, who are recovering porn addicts who see something like this and probably see a lot of names had never seen before and. Maybe find love again online now restored that this wasn't written by big band. That was my first thought is like good lists Rothlisberger. and. It was only female porn stars. Right, correct correct guys so I I would imagine I would actually like to see with big. Ben's Best Milpark Porn Star. List is because you know he's got favorites. has got like admired the stroke of a Peter North or I bet when he first saw like the mill videos, he probably sent text all his friends. It was like you guys got to check this out. This guy's game is so smooth. He just to a grocery store and boom. He just gets women to come home and sleep with him. It's awesome duty, just tell he just drives her and his boss and Fox chicks in his boss it, so it's real to. It's crazy. It's always crazy. How would you feel if you were a porn star? That didn't get put on this list well I? Think you could. You could spins on it and be like hey I'm unranked, but. You know I got I got years to go I. Think if you're a young younger porn starring on the list, you can spin it if you're older and your time has passed, it might hurt a little bit, but he also. He's clearly got some bias here again. We're not going to argue all says Shiloh. Styles at three, fifty, four and Lisa, and at ninety four is absolutely atrocious, but again not gonNA. Argue knocking. We're not gonNA, argue about, but Yeah Lisa and at ninety four to committee got that one wrong. That's right that's that's awful. That's like A. that's one of those. When we when we got mad about the NFL one hundred list, like even if you, even if you missed her heyday, you gotTa Puerto Rican like even if we didn't see why it'll play, you gotta know that he meant something to the game, right? She changed the game or one hundred percent I thought that was a little bit disrespectful in a Dick you towards the east coast as well, but that's expected. All right, so that's what hot seat I just. I fucking love the talk to this guy. Actually I probably wouldn't. He is his twitter. BIOS captain of team America future suspended user so leasing self aware. He's best observed from a distance like a monet painting. Yeah, my cool thrown is Ezekiel Elliott because he got caught on. livestream twitch, saying. I'm so faded right now are located. Yeah, yeah, he like he like walked upstream relatable moment he walked upstream, forgot to mute as Mike, and you can just hear him clearly like smoking a blunt. Yeah, well, he was talking allegedly. He said he was talking about drinking so people like you in the fake news media Hank. Sorry, that's just not how it worked. relatable moment though I actually left my mic on for sixteen hours, a day I left my house and was like Yo I think you just left. Everything on and I was like. That sucks. I'm not GonNa home for twelve hours. Off Stella Barking in my son crying. That's pretty much it. The other day when I was finishing up with the desk, I just sat down on my couch and left. Everything on, and people are like I think he's doing a bit right now. I was just laying there, talking to my dog. By Chinese food didn't get the bit. That is our hotseat. Cool thrones! Let's get to Tim Woods all time all time all time dungeons and dragons episode again reminder no show on Friday, but we'll be back on Monday with a take words, so be safe and all that and Pfc. who do we got before tim? What's? Before we get to Tim Woods. It's me undies time. You know that we love biondi's eyewear Mendis every single day that I'm wearing underwear. That's just a fact. It's the only pair of underwear that I currently own I. Love My Mundy's. You will, too. You know what's the worst possible thing ever an empty underwear drawer because it's all in the dirty laundry well, it's a good thing that you can just get me on membership and A. A radical terribleness forever you know whatever actually reached the point now where I will run out of shorts or I will run out of t shirts before I run out of underwear, and that's such a luxurious spot to be in. Usually you're underwears. 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It's a no brainer especially because they have one hundred percent satisfaction guarantee to get your fifteen percent off your first order, free shipping, and that one hundred percent satisfaction guarantee. Me On these dot com slash take. That's me UNDIES DOT com slash, take and now dungeons and dragons. ooh, okay, it is that time we got some extra time. Is are very very very good friend. Tim Woods are dungeon master ready to run US through our dungeons and dragons game, which is I think we are now in the third chapter is the third or fourth four chapter. Might be the Fourth Chapter Acts Chapter of our campaign. For people who missed it, go back and listen electric. Put if you if you want to get caught up real quick. Tim is going to do that. Force is going to set the scene. He's going to tell us everyone who they are. Where we're at what's going on Tim the floor is yours absolutely so so far are adventure has been highly successful in the village of Greenest are caravan had pulled. Pulled up only to find the village under attack, and after interrogating some colds and fighting some cult this on the way to the central, keep in this village, we kind of managed to bind out that this town had been under attack by Red Road Cultists, who were trying to grab every piece of treasure that they could get their hands on in this village and We did come up with A. A little bit of a scheme once we reached the castle to use a big pot of Chili stew in order to lower the colts, dragging Manian to the castle and one eight arrived this great, Mighty Blue Dragon Thon had been disgusted with the castle that she saw we started launching attacks against her and trying to convince her. In different ways and use a couple of different strategies to see if. If we could do some this dragon and we did succeed in annoying her enough to the point where when beserk or billy the bore cleric Goliath had made a critical hit to talk to this dragon, and convince the dragon to let him climb onto her back, and to fly away from this castle, and to stop helping these coal this a when that happened, the dragon took off. The Colt this were like Yay, woods, and got very upset when they saw their dragging their big artillery, flying away with one of these adventures from the castle, and then the last moment had been the dragon kind of leaning back, and saying all right rock man. Let's talk and it's clear that you've had some influence over this dragon beserk billionaire, the dragon is by no means on our side just yet, but is listening to you at the moment. That was the state of play where we ended things last time and as I get. Letting us, know where we all right now. It also want to announce them. Congratulations are in order because we are officially level to now. Ask. Yes. All right I wanNA know what's going on with level, too, but before we get to level two. Am I just so we were set I'm still stronger. Than Billy Wright. I guess that depends on you know having consume influence over a dragon at certainly powerful, but also extremely risky. I would say you're both level to. You're both going to be pretty equally powerful, more or less. Okay how to be stronger than the other we'll. This is This is an interesting point because you had highlighted. Your strength is slightly higher. I think okay work say no more. Yes. Strength Stat your strength is certainly that's he's. He's like day tour Garin. Ways, dragging, he's nothing. Yet I'm not strong. It's just that I am stronger. Art So what happens with level to absolutely so speaking of strength, normal the Bar Berry and when you hit level to your ability that you gain is a very simple one. It's called a reckless attack whenever you want, you can of go crazy and go full offense with your weapon, and you get to roll to be twenty and take a higher number when you it's packed somebody, but if you choose the reckless attack option than any attacks against you that turn also get the same advantage for that. They're going full offense. No defense is what you do when you reckless tap okay I liked that some like the Oklahoma sooners. You might not get reference, but yeah, that's fine. That's we. That and then Wayne Wayne the bar to. that. You're going to be gaining level to You gained a new spell. And the spell chose for you is called unseen servant, you someone a little air elemental, a creature of pure air that nobody can see, and it can fly around and pick things up for you can't really attack. It only has one hip point, but nobody can see it and so you. You can get up to a lot of mischief with your unseen seven imaginary friend as an imaginary friend, precisely right exactly, and it can pick up. Small things is in addition to the spells. You already had like a disguise self to change your shape, so they look like somebody else and hideous laughter. You can make somebody just start laughing uncontrolled. Oh, I liked. What about this small guy that flies around? You said he can pick up small objects and bring them back to me. How how smaller we talked about here because it sounds like what you're describing is just like a drug runner for me. Basically, he can definitely carry coins small. How which is things like that? So if you're smuggling things, this creature is ideal for carrying. Rick's not so great kind of wrangler does not man pass now. What about a kilo? Could carry a kilo of something. There's an there's a certain amount by Kilo I would say is the perfect cy I got. Random questions him. That just popped in my head. Do you accept Bitcoin when you do these? Dungeon. I can you master to undermine? session. I I've never been offered Bitcoin, but I'm supposing now. You say it I wouldn't turn it down. Let's get that Colin Yeah where we want to start paying bitcoin. Twice, as not yes, all right, so who else so we also have Hank Hank. Absolutely happy abilities that you would gain our first of all. You have a mask of many faces, which is the same ability Wayne has? You can now shape ship so that you create an allusion around you of someone else that you have seen, and you can disguise yourself just as well as the Bard now, but you also gain a new spell called hellish rebuke when someone attacks you, you can shoot a dirty look at them, and now your eyes and they'll just burst into flame. Look your mom like when your mom's. That's so perfect, because that is hank, Hank, Hank can kill you with his looks. I figured that'd be appropriate. You can just like anytime you attack. They attack you. You can just shoot them a look at Uber neighbors. And it's a long attack that you don't have to use your turned. On somebody else. Perfect all right billy. Billy you are I wore priest and I wanted to let you know that you now have the war priest abilities where two times per day you can swing your hammer, and then just a free extra. Thank you swing swing again. The only limit is you can only do that two times per day right now. Then you have another ability just gained cold, guided strike. That's where you call upon Your War God and you just add a plus ten to whatever you just rolled on a particular attack. Do that once per day, so that's a one shot for a really important attack in theory with your big hammer. But I also had to highlight I actually looked up God's in the Goliath Pantheon and in theory the war God that you follow the most popular Goliath. Dedi would be cocky. The Ram lower so unless you want to go through some other options Kentucky, the Ram Lord is not just the God of Goliaths in general. He is the God of Hawk partition and. As well and every game that goliaths play within their society, and there are many of them such as Goat Ball, and a few other Games He is the patron of all those games. You care a lot about competition whether it's in war or just for fun, just highlighting the. Is Research yes. Oh, been all of our personalities God is essentially just a commissioner of football. Yeah, he basically, so he gave, he gave Hank the looks. He gave me. Air Doug's all offense. He gave billy. Being just obsessed with competition and he gave drug guy IPF the ability to smuggle. You're fucking smart. Tim Good job? Is Yourself as well I figured these these were important piece of information, and all credit goes to the designers of the different. Dean D. Books. They all came up with a holders thirteen different Goliath God's. You could have picked from i. just figured the God of competition seems very appropriate this just. Finds a way handsome. And that's all your level to abilities. Everybody's so congratulations you did get extra hit points which are going to be very important today I think, but those are the most important abilities that you would have gained a and that with that I would also let us know that we know where things kind of left off last time, but I also want to say that in the castle since the dragon flew away. We're seeing the CULTUS Scott really upset, but they are still trying to surround the castle right now we see. See them forming a line around the castle kind of siege line, starting to form of red road figures, elves, humans dwarfs all pointing swords, and bows up at US and colds in their number as well as some of these big lizard, looking dog creatures, as well as there's a big pile of the towns treasure that they have piled up behind their defensive line, and they kind of forbidden encircling a group of army around that kind of treasure pilots. Well, we are also seeing that someone is being brought forward from out. Out of the crowd, she is being carried on a big chair, piling keen being carried by four cultists, and she as the nicest cultist robes you've seen. She's wearing a golden mask made of pure gold with all these tendrils coming off of it, and she points up at you at the castle. At least the people who are in the castle right now and then prisoners are being brought forth villagers who are tied up at their hands, and it seems like colds or poking them with spears, and ushering them forward and. And there is this big night on the wall. Who is the leader of the town art? Obviously here or some kind of big important, Mucky muck in his big plate, male with a huge sword, and he seems to be pointing down and trying to assess what's going on out there so now that we're in a new situation. I want to say that today we would start by rolling a new initiative so the first things every everyone is going to do is GonNa roll a d twenty and add their dexterity bonus. the dexterity bonus for Wayne would be plus two for norm. It would also be a plus to impact. Everybody here has a plus to except for bizzare billy. You have a minus one oser. Fortunately, you're more strength than than dexterity and everybody'll talk us to on this while you're wide receiver now I got a fifteen. Fifteen total after the plus. Fifteen. Eighteen so you got a seventeen total love it. I got a nine. Right Eighty nine, and is that before your plus two? That is performed I plus two so I have eleven before the plus you got an eleven. Awesome norm got you down and beserk ability do. I got a four. Or and you have a minus one on this so unfortunately. That's a three for preserver. Billy is exciting because you're the one on dragon back so on your turn. We're going to see exactly what happens. With the Dragon, but how did the Erlich? How'd you? Tim We're GONNA actually. Have Jake sit in contrast to attend to a minor emergency, subjects can sit in and he's going to be Hank for a few minutes here, so jake you roll Jason sit down. Put on the twenty. Plus two to whatever number you wrote it. The Mike Nineteen Night T. J. It's never coming back way is this is like what you just said? Hank has many faces now and gays look that's what he's done. We'd call now. He's Jay. he he just changes his appearance and his even his voice changes, message and it. Okay it sounds like with a nineteen on the die out with plus two would be at twenty one. Is that right yup? At Erlich love it so. So first of all Erlich would be going I in our teams initiative followed by Wayne then norm than beserk her belly, but I will be I have already rolled for the monsters who are around here so I'll be interrupting are in between our terms with what they do and the first person to go is actually that big night on the wall. You are realizing that this night is deputy. Actually not from this town. He's visitor same as you, but he seems like he is strong and a thorough tatum, and he's taking control of the situation so right now read all see. All of our characters would see him approaching Erlich on the wall. Wall and he seems to speak in a kind of rough voice with a thick accent, and he says hey listen. We gotta gotTa see what's going on there. We got got some troops out there some prisoners. What's going on and This son night seems like he hasn't insignia on his shoulder looks like an insignia of a cat of some kind, and he is a approaching Erlich right now, but Erlich would be more than welcome to talk to him if we want to talk for Erlich Right Nath otherwise any of us could approached this night talking to him as a free action. You don't have to do it on our does love. Awesome Hanks get away with the feeling. Rest I'm allergic to cats. Oh! No, and all his Oh my God, that is so. You. Interview can. Can you approach them like you're doing a sideline interview? And interview reaction I just took us her to okay. Perfect, he's good. Yeah, and in fact, Erlich would be super good at interviewing people. He has a charisma bonus of plus two so roll a d twenty plus to if you're trying to interview this guy and find out who is this night? Be On our side. He's inside the castle thirteen there you go dirty Thais with a plus two than a fifteen total and with a fifteen he's going to start answering your questions, but first he introduces himself extends a gauntlet at hand, and he flips up his adviser and you see this guy is deathly built. He's a strong looking older dude. The extends a hand. He says. Oh Sir Sir Orbison Sir organ a pleasure to meet you You can just call me Sir sir. Oh, it's a pleasure to meet you I'm taking commander this whole situation and I'm seeing a lot of cultist southside here right now. This is coach Oh this coach. Oh you're this is coach. Coach Oh. Dragons yes, so jake asked question right. What do you want your journalists? Come on, yeah, so coach. Coming off that big tidal. Question About I have a streets career. I've done a great job at all of my work. And they've got prisoners and I know some information about this cult or he's GonNa game play. find out what his cheek just trying to do like talk about the game. Yeah, yeah, come on! Come on. Let's reframe this. This is a pre-game interest. Let's find out what his tactics are for his plan attack. Get some bulletin board material. Jake, all right. What are you? What are your opponents bigness weaknesses. Jake, he says will. You Got Rid of the Dragon? The number one thing we're glad I got rid of that dragon fly away bourbon straight. Any gestures at his insignia and you can tell it's some kind of a strange cat on his shoulder can't tell exactly what goes so ligers. Go ligers. You, do you've heard of ligers? They're magical beings in the world of D. N., D. kind of a cross between a tiger line you think, but that magical powers, and he is telling you that the weakness of this cold right now without their dragon, their weakness would be the leadership if we can eliminate the leadership then this cult is not going to want to stick around in this village. Most of them are cowards. Just random culture probably are just being pushed into working here, attacking this village, and if we took out the high priestess that would definitely get them to fleet Unfortunately, it looks like he's pretty well protected right now and as. As he's just down at pointing out her defenses, he says an arm early were about when right there and he points out to Erlich that there is one particular armored figure was a helmet on, but the helmet is not human shaped is not a human face hidden under that medal helmet is some kind of a snout, some kind of almost dragon like face, and they were almost as tall as beserk or billie, but not quite as tall as bizzare billy closer to his hype than anyone else, and so that is a this big armored warrior who has a great sword on their back and Sir Overton is pointing out this individual t to Erlich. Interest and in Theory Erlich. That was your move. Perhaps you still have an action. If you want to cast a spell, or if you want to talk to coach, Osa Cerro some more or whatever you want to do here. I'd like in this coach over live. Okay, so let's let's continue with that. Okay? So, what are you GonNa? Do you'RE GONNA? You can roll another persuasion check if you want to interview him some more ask what else he might know. Get some more questions out of him. Roll a D twenty plus to you on that. I rolled the Nineteen Jake. Let's go that many. Total, you're absolutely going to get whatever other information out of him you want. He is also going to say you need my help in any way. Just let me know and he is going to be like listening to Erlich a which do barracks a little known warlock. This is a show of faith on Sir O.'s part, but if you need him to jump into combat at any point, he's got a big great sword of his own, and he could definitely do some damage and take some hits. Okay I'm you have questions for him or requests? You WanNa, make him I'm thinking listening right now I'm thinking. Maybe we gotTA figure out a way to attack this person. That's protecting the priestess rights. We gotta find out with a game. Yeah, what's what's that Guy's? Chris Lilley's? He'll? That one particular guy. Right? What's? What's the best tactic to take this fellow down? Absolutely hill. Will know this. He looks at that warrior, and he says I recognize a champion when I see one, that person wants to have a dual right now with somebody I see in there, and he kind of looks under the helmet. A little bit is eating. There is this person there wants to Abdul Somebody, and they are bound by their lawful nature that they won't. Won't break their word, but then co looks at and says people's lives are on the line. If you need to trick this person in some way, you should do it because they want to have a fight with someone. That's fair fight and I don't think that's advisable I think that we should hedge your bets a little bit if we get in some ways. Ways learned, so he's letting. You know that we could probably trick this person very easily as champion. Okay okay, and that would be good information that you're getting Erlich at this point, Wayne. We'd be up to your turn, and you can see that these prisoners are still getting pushed forward, but just as you're starting I want to say that this champions big armored figure. Figure steps forward and then removes his helmet. It's obvious that his face is a blue dragon space with a horn in the center of his forehead, kind of like a rhino both horn pushed further up, and he's got a mouthful of jagged white teeth, and it looks like on the edge of his mouth. There's a crackling of lightning a little bit as he costs. And he removed the helmet, and and draws his great sword in points it up at the walls, and he says a dual a due to whoever your greatest challenges that would face me is. For, the lives of these prisoners. Win, they will be spared. No, if I win, no more blood need be shed will give us your treasure. Okay, what stronger you know! What I kind of I want to accept his challenge, but the obvious move is to send big. Obviously you don't WANNA lose my. We don't want to lose that because they were stuck with. Billy is stronger considerably. Own. No No. Be Very. Come back into the office and he's dead. But no this. You're absolutely right like you don't want you, don't WanNa. Show your best play on first down our biggest play. Set up the run here. So. Maybe we can either send her Zirkin not just go one on one, or he said that he's liable to get tricked, so we can think of a way to trick them. Can we all get on each other's shoulders and then put on a trenchcoat and then say yeah. We're the one that's GONNA fight you. It's me us. I will say that the spell disguise self might help you a lot there. I let you use it to make yourself look like the half of somebody than Erlich could make well. He's a known he would go on top in theory. He could use his disguise self spell to make himself look like the other half of somebody, and I'll be even more effective than a big coat or something like that. Okay, so it would just be myself and early going at this theory. We'll be the to view looking I see why. You can't combine billion Erlich. We'll just throw them in and you and I I've I've let your allusions cover one extra person who's kind of in the middle if that makes sense, okay. Just, billion. I'm on a dragon. Can I send my little guy into just like swoop down and castrate this guy. You said that he can walk. He could go steal something that was under kilo. I'd assume that testicles on them would would fall in the category, or you could trip him and steal his pride. Yeah, a good, but I'm more interested in the testicles. You want to test TESCO nuts. Your unseen servant. Does it usually deal? A lot of damage would be less of a poll and more of graze unfortunately. would be working to Boehner. But Saturday happened. Tripping him would be highly effective, you think. Fair. It would also be incredibly disturbing the former option. Triple or Okay Yeah Send my invisible servants in to trim like I wanted to lay a banana. Peel down right as this guy's walking and it'll be high comedy. Yes, love it. You find a fruit peel. That's kind of lying in the courtyard. You pick it up with someone you're unseen. Serve you whisper, it commands. It flies off, and we see a fruit peel, get picked up and start drifting over the castle wall, but But the draddy dragon like creature that is marching forward. This glider deadly doesn't notice a little floating fruit. Peel the kind of moves around it then drops right in front of it and this person's GonNa. Make a saving throw, and right as the high priest was saying, behold you face. My champion Lang drove, saw and Langdon drove the gladiator sorts to flex as he steps forward onto the banana peel and goes fly. Onto Hirata Dory. He'll. Throw and blast on the ground. He starts to get up. I'm GonNa Roll One more time. He slips a little bit, and then he tries third time, and he falls flat on his out, and he has not gotten up the whole turn. The whole Colt is looking own. This does not look good right now. All of their monstrous drake start barking. Like like what are we doing here? This guy looks like an idiot, and the high priestess just glares it. Language rose to life. We'll talk later and he's still trying to get up, so he doesn't even look back at her. He's just unbelievable, well done. Wayne and that was your action and bonus actions to command the unseen servant anything you wanted to do with a move. You could move around or make a skill. Check to like talk to somebody here or look up whatever you want, can I. Can I talk to billy the bizarre pump for the fight to enter he? He's up on a dragon right now pretty far away from you. What does billy been doing with this drag? For a while. We're about to find out. He wrote last in initiative so that tensions. We have no idea what the dragon will do. Okay for my last move, I think. I think I'd like to get on Erlich shoulders just in case great call a preemptive move to get on earlier in theory. I just want to highlight your door your. Little bit bigger than the No. Yeah, so he'll get on my shoulders. Good Point you get on your shoulders. Love it absolutely, and so you you. Have early hop onto your shoulders. That was a great mood brings us from Wayne's. To the CO, bulls, and the lizard creatures restarting to think that are creatures called Drake's based on what some of the guard throughout the drake's are getting closer, and you see two things happen. You see a Kobylt. Start to march forward with Drake's on leashes on ropes around their neck, and it seems like some of them are marching towards the prisoners like they're trying to threaten us like we'll let go of these ropes and these drexel, these prisoners, no problem no questions asked, and they're getting goes through the prisoners, but we also see one group of colds, three of them holding onto a drake, it climbs up to the castle wall and then jumps onto the castle. Castle Wall and starts climbing up the wall and it has almost reached the top by the end of its turn, and we see the three Co bowls. They just waited for it to start climbing the wall and held on and soon the draft was carrying them up off the ground, so they're like rappelling on drake back. Who Know that? If anything happened to these? This drake goals would just fall right off. The Wall was okay. Climb in the law right now. Okay, so it's my turn I I'd like to know real quick. Who who are the drake's rooting for in this battle? It seems like the Drake's are like serving the colds and the human call. It seems like they're like animals. Intelligence, second question. What how older all of us are we underage or we over like eighteen the assumption? And your adventure, so unless you specify would assume you're adults in her of legal. He's not attracted to us. Okay, so all right what you should. I kill these rakes I have the reckless offense. Yeah, just go just go ahead. I wanted to go. Fuck some drills go meek mill on these days. Yeah, I'm GonNa fuck them up strong absolutely so you hear the champion calling outside, but you're not going to do with him just yet. You're running over to the wall where the drake is climbing and his some guardsmen are getting their weapons ready nervously. I got this. The Drake's head starts to emerge up to the wall and then you can swing at it. You WanNa say you were going to reckless attack. Yama Fuck every I wanNA fuck all the drake's. Absolutely. You can swing it this drake with a twenty plus five on your attack, and you get to roll two times higher number, right? Sixteen there. We go the plus five twenty one boom. You're ax is smashing across vis. A I'm sorry. Correction Great Sword I written down. You have a great sword, and so you are swinging this great sort and smashing the drake right in the face. I will roll your damage. You got a total of eight points of damage against this drake. Smash a bunch of its teeth out. The Drake keeps its grip on the wall just barely and then turns its face back to you. Just snarls at you and your face to face with it now on its next turn. It might try to attack you unless it is dead at this point, but I'll tell you right now. It is halfway dead for sure after eight points of daft okay. Going for you and you roll your reckless with a advantage, and so that was your mood getting over to the drake, and we're already still raging from your last term. Yes, that was a great turn, and that would bring us to beserk. Billy now preserved for billy, we last saw you on a dragon's back, and his dragon had looked over onto its back to say all right rock man. Let's talk and now she says to you. Do you know who you face I m length on called the syon wrath. My teeth are steal. My breath is thunder you, who do you think you are? So I I heard. You're having trouble with your boss. She says. You know that yes, this this high priestess speaks for T- AMONTE and she thinks she can command to me in Tijuana's stead I. Obey the goddess she must now understand, and she looks back at the castle where he sees the Celtics the high priestess misunderstand that I do not serve her I serve the goddess, but I am not at her beck and call, and then she like huckster resolve. She's muttering to herself. and she does seem like she's she's. That's all she saying at the moment. I'd say hey. You matter what you WanNa do matters I think. Maybe we should maybe combined forces defeat your boss, and maybe you could help me with my boss later. You would get to roll a persuasion. Check right now on this dragon. You already have a good friendship with a rapport. Let's say our billions of zone with dragging to billy. Does the Dragon look at billy like a brother, a little brother. A little bit, I like that Analogy A. Little little like a lesser being shown. Mercy of. Billy's Dragon. Red Enrolling. You're get through all two times into higher number, and you have a plus three on this land seen fourteen. Bill Fourteen hours on. Twitter This is your second greatest. Trying to talk to this dragon, she starts to say you know you're. You're right I. DO matter. I'm dragging. Lie matter more than all of them matter more than all of them combined. By? Appear you're being they dare. As, she she almost feels like so invigorated and she's like Whoa a little mortal. Being got me to feel this way. She looks back at you and you see her I. She's focused on you. She's impressed with. Him Can I send really the simple. He says what do you suggest rock man and you see her? Turn her head back to this castle like Amal. Ears. I might do whatever you suggest right now. I'm saying that you you dragon s fine creature. Let me just just dragging. It's just dragging dragging us. We'll thank you dragon. I would love to hop back on your back and maybe head back to the action, and we can really tear it up and deal with your priestess. Absolutely she starts flapping back to the castle. You're still on her back. She turns one eighty in the air, slow arc, and starts flying back towards the castle. The cultists who are noticing are kind of like good i. think it's good all right. That's great and as the Dragon starts to get closer, she looks down and says Shall I. Shall I scare the high priestess and seems like that's where she's starting. You suggest something more intense or something different I? Would say throw little scare to everybody on the battlefield, neither side, and maybe say hey. You know what maybe we could end up ruling all of them. Bill you bad boy. Going to fly down hand kind of buzzfeed's the line right between the castle, and the Siege Line of cultists, and she breeds, a bolt of lightning out of her mouth, is like a ghostbuster beam, the kind of hits the ground, and starts cutting along the ground, and she brings it dangerously close to the castle, letting one of the town guardsmen kind of flying back a little. Little almost the almost falls and stumbles back away from the wall, but he's okay, and then she cuts that lightning line into the cultist line, just slightly barbecuing, a pair of CO bodes sending some human cultists flying back, and then she shut your mouth, and the lightning ends. She didn't hurt anybody, and then she says you. How do you like? That said that was amazing. She to me. Asking for her phillies food, you probably wouldn't have. Oh, yeah, how about feeling you to it again? She says I've loved to do it again, she. She's not satisfied. Yes, she recharges her breath weapon. You see more lightning charge in her mouth, and she says wear next with a critical hit. I'll let you heart one more time where we're or do you want to shoot now to house off the just? I would I would her to shoot all on the of the. What you understood. Last is on I wanted. To block finished last. Right on the Queen, no showed you the queen hot. Blast blast the Queen. PRIESTESSES. High not her like little defender. Delay because he got the drake's. The head the. Guys on the ground still from the appeals. I'd no. We got hill the head. The body does. He believe we've got so. We all right hold on. Everyone, but just just to to reset. Drake's on the ropes and the big guy the PF t tripped on the ropes. I think you guys have that. I mean my dragging Inter move. We're going to the priests. She doesn't belong to you. Billy go! Agents. Yes, She's a strong woman strong dragon. Woman Drowsy is defined as Fire Dragon Lena. swaggie. She's a bad ass. Billy also. How come you never hang out with the anymore? Spend all your time with this dragon. Understands me. You guys bully me. Anyway ever. Not Strong you never you never go to the. Don't dump the Dragon and rip some box. Clones flagons before dragons grow. All right, so he wants to do. The dragon was just. Full out attack on the priestess mean the dragon double team the priestess. I WANNA. Use all my all my roles, all my turns I just want to go full. Send on like send everything my hammer. Toss thing. Let's get it absolutely. I love that you said that because you still have your action, so agan cruises in for her lightning breath. You still have your attack ready to go, and she looks back at you. As you suggest attacking the high priest is, she looks at you and you're like a I went too far at first, and then he pauses and says. All right, let's go here's back like she's gunning for the priests, and then says hey, remember that time fire that guiding both at me. Time to put your. Time to directed as a team I want you to fire your guiding bolt at him first because that's GonNa make your lightning breath even better in guy who so she gives you a chance to help her role, a d twenty plus four to see if you hit with this guiding volt. Byran from Your Hammer. It's a laser blast. Thanks bye, Kubacki the Ram Lord a got. A seven. A seven plus four your firing this beam at the high priestess, and you don't know if in eleven is going to hit, so would you invoke your a guided strike plus tenability? Ask once. Yes, a for you feels like you. Recharge? It I think now's the right time you add a plus ten year role, and that you see the beam firing, and then it's going the wrong way. It's going a little to your left. And then all of a sudden a head forms on the end of the beam of ram horns. And it reoriented self, and you see a charging feet and boom. It hits the high priestess, and you get to deal four six damage so I will rule that for you. You have dealt to three five so far six and ten points of damage total to the high priestess. Right in the shoulder. You see her fall back. Oh, her shoulders smoking from the energy of that blast, and she is not halfway dead just yet, but he looks up and. Prepares to shake your fist at. UC realizes that you are not alone. The dragon is about to agree on her. She goes no and falls back in her chair, the cultist, dropping dropping chair and trying to run, but it's too late. Of the guided bolt she is glowing, and the lightning breath of the dragon shoots out. She Rolls Two times and takes the lower number, and because of your guided Bolt, the dragon deals full lightning damage. barbecued and incinerated. Very. Early. To your. fucking the high breezes, ashes, and her share of the pieces of her chair just fall to the ground. All those cultists also got incinerated, completely relying data around her, and that armored figure who still trying to stand up looks over, and they goes up I'm assuming command here. I'm assuming command here. He's trying to shout out like all the cult sister, panicking and starting to run. Run already. He's trying to take control of them, but deserter Billy Leonard. John is just a Ha-. She's laughing at everything that is happening around you, but that would bring us back to Erlich and Ogre Gin and this moines. It seems like this Blue Dragon Person, this language Droese who is still trying to pick themselves up off. The ground is trying to assume control of this army stale. Who K- it's like a turtle that felons back trying to get up right. Week trying to stand up not doing a great job and he's having a tough time with that. Do you want us to do? Do you want to try to like convinced coach Otago? Finish them off to whatever you do. Going everyone do, let's go for the kill shot. Okay go! So. Are you having coach? Step out to be the challenger for Lang Droese. Yes probably be a good so silly nurses coach Oh. No it's it's coach Oh versus this. Guy. At this point, it's totally up to us whether we still want to pretend to even being a doing a dual, we know if we take out this Landreau, the army has no leadership left. They are going to be. Just wanting to flee from out of and we could all gang up online. I feel like. We might as well and more than one person on them, right? Jake. Camacho says he's in. And in that case I'll let Erlichs game. For coach coach would have a plus seven on his attack role. He's got a big bonus. You can go ahead and roll a d twenty seven for coach seventeen there. We go seventeen plus by twenty two coach. Oh. Charges out and. You're you're? GonNa? Get a Trojan out, and he deals a total of. Ten points of damage to Lang, droese. Language Osa gets a slash across the shoulder. He is still trying to stand up off the ground, but he is not bloodied. He is not halfway dead yet. Even after ten. It's damaged and that was coach own Erlich. What would you like to coach out to fight Lord? Sir and you could do an attack as well if you wanted to launch an to blast at this Guy Alberto de Twenty plus five. That's what your best attacks I would love to try that. Absolutely realty to twenty plus five see eligible laughs is hitting fifteen. Okay fifty. Plus five twenty. You absolutely hit well. For a total of another exactly ten points of damage and at twenty damage Langdon Droese is badly injured. They are more than halfway down. Erlich. That was your turn. We know that language Droese is about to go right after Wayne's turn so a Wayne. If you can do something to eliminate Langdon, gross a great, otherwise, they are going to get a chance to stand up and start fighting a thorough. Think what I'd like to do. I'd like to get. The whole squad hyped up here, so can I play? Can I play sandstorm? So lutely you start to play and who? Who Do you WanNa give inspiration to that. You get to pick a one person and they get extra inspiration. I think I got to go with big cat. I gotta go. It's Goliath big. Did. It ended love it did it in. Actually. Dogs who let the dogs who who who who let the dogs who who who who who I was. The town the. Start cheering along with that. And now norm and Erlich both have bargains duration at this point that they can call upon to pump up one of their d twenty roles by a little bit. We haven't needed it yet, but I'll let you know if it comes in handy gets a little bit of a boost. Inspire people anything else you want to do on your. You could inspire somebody else, or you can do spell at this point. I'd like to cast a spell because I feel like this Languid Droese guys mental Beta like he has no brain basically. muscle-bound Freak So I'd like to cast a spell on them. That turns. That turns his brain. Smaller can shrink brain Let's see I think you have the I'm checking. Charm person's spell well, okay. I know exactly what you're hideous laughter. If you cast out on him, he would stop being able to do anything but laughing. He would fall to the ground rob all his weapons, and just be hysterically laughing on the ground like a joker. The Shrinking brain. Okay, that's that is close to brain dead as you can get like I like. Of Kennedy over, Hey, can we just say that? For the purposes of this role I'm having my assistant. Go over and blow a shitload of smoke into his ear. Like get him so high that he just he just keeps laughing. I love that Mueller your. Unseen Servant flies over and then just like hot boxes his brain. Just blows all the smoke straight into his brain, and he's just foggy. He's not so much laughing as all said Langdon. Like this this Sir Oh. You think you dare face made and I I will always who what? The. and he's just looking around. And then he looked at his weapon and just goes. With the and he opens up his hands, the weapon falls out of his hands, and he starts to look at his fingers. Off. And he's looking at a coach Oh. This is pretty cool and he's having a good time, but doesn't realize in combat anymore. Well done. Gra Wayne that brings us to Languid. Rose's turn language Oh suspends his whole turn, just looking at his fingers as he ended his turn, he gets a saving. Throw to try to break free, so let's see. He is still just looking at things in and kind of giggling to himself, and that is the end of language Joseph. Turn Norm. That would bring us to you. Would you like to? Do should I just? Shopping. Yeah if you were to charge it language Droese and attack him right now you get advantage because he is just laughing and looking at his fingers right now and if you went reckless you again another advantage, so I was able to three d twenty roles. Okay Billy, stop billy's getting rows. And he's hyped up to right. Yeah, so let me yeah. Let me just finish them off I. WANNA finish off. You can roll three twenty s and take the highest number if you go reckless, and there's no reason not to next year, and he's not fighting anybody Yup. Are here we go? Seventeen pretty good. Twelve right? One seventeen. So we're going to use the seventeen with a plus five twenty two. You charge out with your great sword, and you drive it into language. grosses shoulder. You are dealing. Max. To be thirteen wound. No, that's fifteen damage in all plus the twenty damage language already had. How do you WanNa? Kill Language Grocer. You're driving into his shoulder. pull it out and with the finishing blow I. Want I wanNa make him fucking suffer, so i WanNa just slowly. I WanNa slices neck and let them bleed out, ooh! You just! Had Fleiss his neck with your great sword like warm the handed. And his head is now in your grip. His bond falls to the ground. Do, you hold it up so that the army can see the head of Langa says can I throw it at one of the drake's I'd hunting. Do you want to throw one who's? Wall, yes, absolutely make an athletics. Check you get your old time because you're raging and you throw the head up at that drake. points out of that's good twelve. Twelve. Dollars the seventeen, that's a hit against the drake, and as long as it fails. which you got a one on the drake looks, and you see the drake is like seeing the. Like no, no, it can't be. It can't be the cold move move and then bomb. It hits the Drake. The drake lets go and falls onto the three colds, crushing them through army sees this. They throw their weapons in the air, some of them and start panicking and trying to run away from the village. Edge and it looks like they are fleeing into the Wilderness, trying to get away from all of us Oh let's out a cheer and a town guardsmen all cheer ten villagers all start celebrating, and as the colts fleas they rush up and start banking. US profusely looks like by all accounts. We've saved the village of Greenest Everybody Heroes Guys. Thanks for coming out. Folk John Yes. Is Still. Might turn. Down Teamwork makes the dream where. Do we own this town now. Yeah, we built some. No, no, you don't own anything to build like a tree house so actually yet to find out what happens next the last. You know in theory at the end of initiative. Still to go beserk or billy, the cult is fleeing, and then lengthened. The Dragon looks back at you and says Ha. This was on What should we do next and he's willing to hear you out on wherever you suggest next. Question Sick play! Medieval David Boston. Yeah. So who wants to live here? Who you threatening US yeah, fucking threatening. Drag it. Fuck you, Billy! No, you unless it's my fucking castle I say. I would like to ask the dragon your joins us. Take over this castle in torture my boss. Added, role of persuasion, check. You're willing to times and digging the higher number you have advantage and who's going to be. Three now go ahead, Bitch! One seven seven go ahead nicely the same thing on. XTRA here comes one. fucked boys. Critical hit! Ninety nine hundred plus three steel great at twenty two within twenty two. The dragon says well a- village like this I. Normally wouldn't bother with only here. Because the cultists wanted to squeeze out every copper coin, they could get to bill the horde of Tea Motte, and then she says it very casually so that we can bring Tia Motte to this world. By dumb. Wouldn't normally have ever attacked a village like this and frankly the idea of ruling over a village like this it. It will be boring, but it might be fun and it would be easy very easy. I, try and make. Settle. I just going to. Here I. Really. That girlfriend. He's trying to keep required. You better kill us I lost because you. Go talk slave, the human because humans are nice to drag it Goliath okay. No human. Creature I hate you know. Yeah, you better. Let Billy you better Tila power here. Right now come at the king you best. I of power, he really. This is the magical world I. Have the power on drag. You'd better till all three of us, you says otherwise you're also. We have to understand. Is this dragon right now? It doesn't give a shit about your small games I. Just Dragon's going to leave your ass. Tell you think. Your girlfriend and destroy what we've built. This say this. Dragon. So I'd like late tears in heaven well, Billy's about to prepare prepare bill. This is the this is the dumbest attack ever going ahead. No, you did it dragon. I helped. You defeats your boss. Could you please help me enslave my boss and make me his boss? Matthew Beverly Walk fucking holding up the poker game and Sopranos just you're going to die. So torch I don't care. Doing right now. I just want to show. The barbaric big mistake boss. Tacky. Chest I've you WANNA. Kill me! Kill me if I kill him, or you're gonNA kill me or. All against me. Yes, I just WANNA take. No, really we're altogether. He's talking shit the whole game. We just did something awesome, and then you just went on and on I did. Some. Got A, Dude, laughing billion! You sound like you're nervous because. I did this. Push Rod Stewart we. Won't last norm the barbarian great? You won't let you went up north. Send everything. Adam everything the whole kitchen sink. Hang he did recharger. Okay! I tried to help. You Slam us you could. She says all right. Burien. Breed lightning on him and I want to send my hammer to. And Theory? Yeah, well, yeah, you know you one more, guidance bowl. Point something like it sounds like you're trying to kill him, not enslave. I just WANNA show him I'm I'm strong I? Hope I'm the strong. Yeah, hope you kill me in this turn then we have three turns before your turn comes, go ahead. Yeah, but if you don't get turn if you're dead, I hope you kill me lights you I, hope you right here. On the Dragon with your twenty two is going to say one thing. She's going to suggest I have other means on dominating. Okay, my enemy was dumb. Air. Place she other than. Drag. Be dumpy seems I'll tell you what she's suggesting. She seems to be suggesting that she has a fear Aura that if she invokes, he'll have to make a saving grow, and if he can't. It fails a saving throw than he is like by default kind of like a grade, this dragon and not able to charge towards it. It's like the dragon lets out a roar, and then whoever is afraid of this dragon is kind of like not able to move closer to you and gets disadvantage on attack roles, so there's a mechanical penalty that you're kind of putting on now. And, she's suggesting that instead of breathing lightning. What you're just saying Oris on a year you might have to. Use a lot of three syllable words you the original plan I out. I WANNA make pal norm, the barbarian. No, I'm the strongest in the land. K. If. That's the way you're phrasing been. She will fly onto the castle wall. Righty to norm so norms on will no one on the ground. She lands on the ground, the Sir fleeing and she lands on the ground around the dead body of Langdon Droese and then she looks down at the dead body of language Osa, an frowns a little bit, and says at norm and says you killed my idiot son. Really came here. Buffalo Son. But I suggest you back down and g flexes her wings, and lets out a roar into the sky. Norm Role Adid twenty plus your wisdom saving this represents your ability to guide of discipline yourself and hold onto your courage, but on you have on this a plus one and I'm going to give you advantage on this Europe are who's raging I like the idea that you're getting sixty very nice. Nice job role roll wartime. You get two rolls on this the higher number. Seven seventeen. Eighteen and seventeen lost don. Don't teen is enough and eighteen. You're not afraid of this dragon. The Dragon Roars. Just get the hot. Greta edited ragging on you. Know. When are we going to start attacking him? Now the dragon just did the fear Aura and is like It looks it looks it the norm and he doesn't seem intimidated and she goes. I thought that would work to you. What are you suggest now? Do you want to launch your spell norm? You want to have her breeder lightning on your. Sounds like you're second guessing yourself now, Bill. To, fair. I gotta be honest and she just use. The furor at that strategy means that she didn't get to use her breath weapon. She could use her claws and her bite against norm still, but since you use your fear, aura out, she was hoping would work and get the point across, and it didn't so now. She's like my breath weapon. I gotTA. Do next turn right now I could call and bite, or you could do something if you want to attack, nor but also she's like looking like. You want to attack the Scott Are there any other options I? See Billy. What you don't understand is that you're already done okay? No matter what you do, no matter what amend you try to make. Yeah, you're fucking. Okay just we're going to attack him everything. I wanted to use all my powers and special things I. Just want, and then she used a closet teeth. Getting their stuff drag. Keep talking tail wealth. Last words. You'll ever say okay I think this. Is it for me so all right? Let's say the proper order to do things as you. Five guiding Bolt I Rolla, d twenty four, and we'll see if you hit norm. I really got to check your stats now because I want to be fair about this. Get a fourteen or higher. You have a plus four, he seven. I Unfortunately guiding bull to hit with the. First attack is not with advantage. Well and you've already used. Time to. Move. On to the ones. Where if you swing your hammer, you can swing it again a second time, but you only have one. Thing. On your attack. flyway guiding the guiding bolt doesn't hit. She still will get to fly away, but you can still do her dragging attacks. No I just want to take my woman and leave dragging absolutely then in that case she is going to. You're going to be like let's let's get out of here, actually knows. And you look at you. Ask One role on this one row of. She's like Oh your your me now. Human Barbarian. You're not that top one. You're getting dumped and killed in the same day. So Billy Role As, you get! Three. Better than like A. Winner high priesthood come and can I like some in God? Doubt me right now. How many turns beleaguered? More and more of your God's power, but all you can do right now is a plus ten on your attacker once day, and in Boca, other healing, magic and stuff like that. I'm rolling alright, so this'll be a persuade. Check just. Twenty twenty, twenty twenty close back at you and says you know what gooden move. We're done with this village, right? She. She seems to be thinking that you're doing this for brave reason, and so she says all right. Where where should we go and she starts to take off, but is you're making a suggestion? She serves to take off norm. You were right next to her, and so was Sir Ogre Ten, so you could roll an attack against dragging. Hit this drag interesting. Can I can I roll anything to just have the dragon leave and billy stay so like the Dragon Buck Billy off. I will let you. I! Don't care about the Dragon I. Don't give a fuck about the dragon. Dragon got messed up with the wrong wit about what if we just attracted the Dragon Somehow and you had the dragon date. All three of US billy had to watch. No, I roll the twenty I will the twenty that was persuaded. Let you make one jump to try to grab builders. Off The dragon's back, ok would normally be with disadvantage because of how high up is, but the dragon helping, but since you are raging, you have a bent. They cancel each other out. It's just one role, and before you do that role billy, you get to oppose it, so you do your own role to see what number norm needs to get to knock you off. Drag to a d twenty role and you get to add. Let's see it's a for you plus four tantalus. With your athletics. And then norm, you'll have to choose. It's too good to to to you. WanNa get high right not low. a great. Tight so this actually sweet? Let's just wasn't. He is actually be a perfect place to end today, so billy tried to kill us. All tried to kill you to hank. He tried to kill all of us. We only we took you. Is it teamwork? We took over the entire village. We slayed everyone, and then billy helped zero percent what tried to fuck a dragon, and then was like. Let me kill everyone. You let a dragging come in between us. And Immediately billy tried to kill big. Yes, yes, so so billy now is trying he. He tried to kill me. He wasn't able to. He was able to scare me now. He's trying to leave, so we're going to end with my role either I'm going to grab billion. Pull them off the dragon correct. Tim, yes, or they will fly away and we will figure out what will do to billy afterwards. Okay one hundred percent. Yes, all I need is what. You. Need it sounds like with a to the preservability role. He had a plus four on this. So what you need is a six or higher. You have a plus five on this. One. Would think you've got this one big cat, so here's the thing I'll be very clear about this. Something crazy always happens. If you get a one, so if you get a one, you still grab his Erker Billy, but the dragon takes off with both. Oh wait well. Yeah, because of that bad role, one way or another worker bill. You were hanging a little low on. Carry all right so here. We had rule billion even. On a two year comes billy. You die on a to. Eighteen I think. I think he jumping far. Joep up, you are since you rolled well getting exactly where you want to get to. And you are grabbing or billy and tackling him off the Dragon's back. The dragon takes off looks down at you and I will give one role. Ben Looks at you. And just shakes her head and. I'd. The South the cultists seem to lean towards an all of the army. The dragon seems to be flying to the sow what you do see to be fair for all your critical hits the Dragon. Look back one. Sit You looking sad, then again leg. I shouldn't have done that I feel bad. Forget it meant. That she did. She, Go Have Brunch with Dragon. Like, you'll never believe the worst date I just said that's. Perfect ending so so we'll we'll. We're going to pick it up in two weeks. And Billy is now captured, and we have all three of our turns in a row before he gets to go again and I think we've got like three or we've got Bob Costas still that we can. We're going to got imaginary. Yes I'll be clear that if we want to have a backup character for if something happens to zircon billion, he becomes unplayable. Just let me know what character you WanNa have our darling. Jake is if we kill Billy Jake will step in the fourth. Is there a scribe character like somebody who's a almost like a journalist? There will be a wizard might be considered like journalists are darling. She'll get get the wizard ready. Just in case we decided to kill billy when I say just in case, we are one hundred percent going to kill Bill. Yep Style. I will have the wizard on hand and ready to go, if if and when we need a new character for sure all right awesome. Thank you so much, Tim. We'll see in a couple of weeks. Have a great fourth of July. Thank you all absolutely insane you and I just also want to say thank you to Ethan Matthews your listener who let me know about a little bit of a culture of. Some of the information insert coach Overton I. wanted to thank him for making A. Shout out. Yeah so we realized it was coach. Yeah, day, thank you so much. Tim thanks so much appreciated. John. Politics. Suck. Say? Will Not. Don't. Area.

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