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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cunningham. The Great American. Tonight begins one of the most exciting ventures in the red season. Reverend Milwaukee tonight Tomorrow Business special on Thursday. Then after that they head out and to Miami would play them for four games in the fish. Think fact the Miami Dolphins are going to be here on Sunday. As the red legs are going to be in Miami playing baseball on Sunday. That's a different issue. Picking up the pieces of all that's been all that is, and all that will be is Mohagher coming up later as Dave Young Warren County commissioner And also Brigitte Gabriel, a good friend of Mo Eggers. But Mohagher, welcome to the Bill Cunningham Show Mo. How are you? I'm great, Willy. How are you? I'm great. I want to kind of go back in time. When we talk about the present, then we go into the future. You can't get to the future and tell you live the present and you can't get to the present until you lived the past. So to get to the future you got to live in the present. Got to remember the past. I tell young Americans You've got to remember yesterday live for today but planned for tomorrow. If we don't playing for tomorrow, and all you do is live for today. You never get to tomorrow. And if you don't live yesterday, you never get to today Which means you never get to tomorrow. You know what I'm saying? No. All right, Let's talk about first of all, what happened? Think about what happened. I mean, you're going through life about 110 Miles an hour. You got to smell the roses this past weekend, where the greatest tent is available in the world. And Mason, where the start of the football high school season which too many is more important than the Reds or the Bangles or FC. We still can't win a game. And so you had a great effort. Deer Park shouldn't be Purcell. Everyone's giving us the analyzation of that. Tony Bender is broken down the tape. Deer Park should have beat Purcell. Do you agree? Uh, no. And we wagered on that game. And so I'll be getting my hot fudge sundae went Secondly, you're at Saint Ex reprising the great regional final with Lakota West, Rocky Boy Woman tells me San X won that game which I really I have to go to San X at some point, Balaban Field never been there. I want to go there. Rocky is going to take me there. You had all of high school. Football happening. You had that you had the Hamilton boys actually getting in that maybe to the quarterfinals, a Little League World series that went on. On top of that You had the tennis happening, which is unbelievable. I had an option, as you know, on Saturday to spend my time with the rich and famous are sent next to you and stack up plastic beer cups. Needless to say, I stayed in Mason. And I watched a little bit of tennis and then here we got the red legs. While that's going on, they sweep the fish. The fish stink, but then they get a day off to get things together. Breakdown. What's going to happen tonight? Breakdown? What happened yesterday and the day before the day before? Break down what's going to happen tomorrow and also on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, break it all down. Well, I think the key to take away from me of everything you just said. And there was a lot is you would rather go to a high school football game with Rocky Boy man into a major league baseball game with me in the in the heat of a pennant race, But but that's okay. That's neither here nor there. Here is what I will tell you. You want to talk about the past. Starting on August 2nd. The Reds went into a stretch between then and Sunday they had 13 games against the Minnesota Twins, Pittsburgh Pirates, Chicago Cubs and Miami Marlins. Four teams that are unequivocally awful. The Reds 1 10 of those 13 games. How you perform against bad competition is a big deal. Look at the San Diego Padres, in part where they are can be attributed to the fact that when they went to Arizona They lost three out of four to a terrible Diamondbacks team. When they went to Colorado. They got swept against the bad, rocky squad. What has happened in the interim, the Reds have taken care of business for the most part against bad competition. Now it sets him up tonight for I think what really kind of feels like their last gasp but at winning the National League Central and look, these these games are big for the purposes of Of staying in front of San Diego. Every game counts. The margin for error is really small. But if you're going okay, fine. Making the playoffs is one thing. But how about we avoid that wild card round? So you're going to have to win the National League Central and in order to do that, you're going to have to make up 7.5 games over the course of the final 36 that strikes me as a really tough task. If they don't take care of business against Milwaukee, that means win three straight Now. The good news is this. The last time the right here in Milwaukee. What do they do? They won three consecutive games. Yeah, Good, the first game of the four game series, but they've gone to Milwaukee, and they beat Josh Hater in two of those games. The The bad news is you're going to get Corbyn Burns. Tonight was one of the best pitchers in baseball. Shut out the Reds here at Great American Ballpark Right after the All Star break. You're going to get Jake Woodford or Jake Woodruff tomorrow. In all star. You're going to get two of three Milwaukee starters that are absolute studs, but I think we all like the way this red team is playing. Um they're getting very good starting pitching. They're getting competent relief work from some of the guys that David Bell can count on now that he wasn't said he didn't have his disposal early in the season. And while there are some issues offensively where you could say, Well, God, I wish they were getting more offense from third base. I wish they were getting a little bit more production from certain spots on the team. Talked about in this lineup is pretty good. And so I think the Reds team that goes to Milwaukee right now is in better safe than the Reds team that went to Milwaukee right before the All Star break, and that team won three out of four. And of course, the injury to Winker has had no impact because Anna Quinn is probably hitting better than anyone and the Reds. Maybe in all of baseball. You know, you're kind of a poet. I'm kind of a realist. I'm looking at the facts of ESPN, breaking it down. The Reds have a 64% chance of making the playoffs. ST Louis has a 4% chance. San Diego Padres, The religious zealots in San Diego have a 26% chance and so all the Reds need to do. If they win, one out of 32 out of three or 303..

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"tony bender" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"tony bender" Discussed on WGN Radio

"To pick a favorite from day in day out, but I think that one always Woz mine and just just sets a mood and just just a terrific record now. Frank, Did you pick all the songs on this? Yeah, I would say I picked most of songs on the Yeah, Yeah, with Sami Mexico and you know, we changed the name of the album. It was called Day and there then we changed it to in love in vain because I did a whole different cover and everything like that. So it's that But the one for my baby was interesting because someone said, Well, you can't do that. That's like Frank Song. Well, So what does that mean? People record that because it's so related to Frank so, but I thought we did a different arrangement. And the thing with that on that album in love in vain is that all the arrangements original. So wasn't like we were copping Sinatra charts or Tony Bender there Nat culture. They were all like original charge. As is with the Billy May album, and they can all be gotten on CD, baby calm. I mean, all my all My music is on CD baby dot com and they've been pretty good to me so far for for the last 15 20 years, so That's where all the music is concerned. There's not that many music stores anymore, just to say the least. And no listening booths. That's out, but no, they're not. It's interesting. A lot of people. Actually, I think have done one for my baby and not done it well. And so when I first got this in my CD does say, day in day out, so I must have I d. Oh, but when I When I saw that I kind of held my breath because a lot of people have done and very few people have done it well. And when I heard yours, it was like off that God says is okay when people sing the national and you can just sing the song, right? You know, it's like like it. Why do you gotta just sing the phone? Make it yours. Sing it, You know, because everyone's always screwing around with stuff too much, You know, I mean thing and see it as written. You know? I It's interesting. You know, I also have a guitar company called Frank Stallone guitars because, you know, when I started out, I didn't have any money and stuff like that. So what we do is we have really great departure really reasonable prices, But they're really great because There's a lot of people out there financially hurting, you know, And I remember is a little kid, you know, playing guitar? That's all I ever thought about was getting like Gibson our offender when I was like a kid now I got too many of them. But That was one of those things in those days. Well, I think we've talked on that documentary. You know, we've had touched on you know, I was always a fan. I'm still a fan of other other other people. I'm Marie. Once I drove out to San Diego to hang out with Frankie Laine all day. Oh, yeah. Yeah, And that was worth every minute and he forgot. I mean, go ahead like 16 17 charted record more than and not forgot. Maybe more than that. I'll tell you. The thing about Frankie Laine is his stuff when it was on Mercury was just the absolute best stuff. In fact, it had so your soul and then, of course, he left. Mercury went to Columbia and the dreaded Mitch Miller redid all those And I swear to God, it was a soul ectomy. And when you listen to it, if you don't know, Frankie Laine, you don't really hear that. But when you're listening to a lucky old sun, it's gotta be the Mercury version is far is a smart guy. My desire off course we was actually very, very good Singer. And he had a lot more soul and swing than a lot of the singers of that time he could swing anywheres hard or harder than Tony Bennett. He was much more animated. And he had he had a great voice, a great price. But the man he was actually a very good performer. He was very, You know, he was very passionate type guy. He was a wonderful man. Yeah, And I remember story when he was first going to date his first wife, Nan, how she thought that he was African American. Because she'd heard him but not seen him. And I remember I met her. Wow. Wow. Yeah, that's that. Good. Well, at the time, she was a beautiful, beautiful woman. Frankie was one of the guys. He lived a pretty normal life. He did very, very well for himself. He was He was very Frugal and he lived very well in San Diego. You know, he had a really nice house and nice life, and he knows funny. He was sitting there and he was an older chanted that time we're just sitting there singing I go. God, You can't miss that voice exactly like you think, you know. Yeah, There's nobody. Like what? Yes, I'm very blessed. You know, they have two quotes one by Frank Sinatra Jr won by Tony Bennett. I've got one from Billy Eckstein. I got one from Frankie Laine seem seven. Con me say that I'm very, very lucky in that sense that I was around long enough when they went when they could hear by music, and Sandy wrote the lion and notes. Too. Oh, good when we out here, so we're gonna pick it up right there were talking to Frank Stallone and that if you want to give us a call, got any questions, And if you haven't seen the documentary, and that's a lot of people, though, it's been doing very well. You will be surprised by some of the things in it, but we're also gonna go back to the beginning because of course I can't can't leave about Philadelphia soul. And a lot more. But 8888765593 is 88 88 Rally on W G and radio..

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Their yoke for a long time to come. And I don't like that idea. Listen to Bill Gates, and unless into some others we may have to wear a mask through 2021 the first half of 2022. I say both Angola do that. Nonetheless, I am not about a month ago, Austin, the Puma. He's an attorney specializing in injury. Long related matters with the Randy Freaking. He's un freaking believable. Many questions about the legalities. Can you sue a fellow employee that gives you for example, covered 19. Can your employer forced you to take a test if you don't want to take a test? And Delta Airlines make you actually, uh, showing up that you're negative or you've passed? You've passed the test relative. You have it or not, whether you have the vaccine, we'll What is the law in this area? And I hopefully, Austin a Puma can give us all the answers and Austin welcome again to the Bill Cunningham Show in Austin. How are you? I'm good, Willie. How about you Great day to be an American? I want to talk with you about liability and forcing people to take to take the vaccine when they don't want it. What generally, Tony Bender wants to know if Sheriff Dave gives him covert 19. Any e I don't know how you prove that can one employee sue another employee for catching covert 19? That is a resounding no so I am sure you're well aware of the fact especially based on the fact that we hopefully will have some sort of stimulus or relief package. At the conclusion of the day. One of those elements that was really really a hot topic was the quote unquote Red Line about liability at the federal level. Covert related issues. Now, while that likely not going to be fully resolved the federal level back in September, it was in Ohio. Oh, I actually of all people spoke with Randy freaking on his podcast about it and in Ohio Essentially unless you're able to prove a very high burden that the employees in that case you just talked about came in and recklessly and purposely tried to infect you. There is not an avenue for recovery, so negligence doesn't apply. But if Tony Bender, having just tested positive for covert 19 walks around without a mask on And Braves and sneezes on people that's different. It could rise to that level and then another part of that, Willie that's really fascinating. That kind of excites people like you and I, and hopefully all the listeners is What you just said with the masks and those guards and all those elements that have been implemented as a result of Covic are acting as quote unquote safety guards. And under Ohio law. If an employer remove the safety guard, they can take a negligent claim an ordinary court claim. So there is this really, really great area, but Ordinarily and I understand the underwriting principle. If you go in and get Cove it and you're somehow able to prove that you got at the place of work, you haven't uphill battle at best. So so in the law, it's negligence and recklessness. One can be in a sense, negligent. You can't be reckless. You just got it, my friend. All right now let's move on the fives. Irma turn. I've had calls on this subject the last several weeks, and that is I don't want to take the test. But if you take the test and you have a bad reaction, allergic reaction. Can you go soon? Madonna or Fizer? If you get a bad reaction, or if you take their vaccine do has indicated and down the road. You still get covert 19, Can you class action lawyers get together. Make millions and millions of dollars off the suffering of others, and is it possible to sue the drug manufacturers? You just had to get that gabbing about the quote unquote vile attorney didn't go. Yeah, I get it. All right, Fair enough. So great question, Perhaps most topical questions that we've been getting Is that a Z? Well, as as you know, Willie, the foundation of Freaky Myers and rule is in point related matters. And at the heart of that is the Grand maester. Kelly Malloy Myers. So her along with the employment attorney there had beginning that question, along with the question of cannon employer forces to take this vaccine, So let me take those Turn by turn real quickly to answer your question about the vaccine and some sort of Cute reaction. There's actually a program that was codified at the federal level back in 1988, and it is actually about it's clear cut as it comes. There was a table literally. If you go online and get Google any Laettner, the National vaccine injury compensation program just rolls off the tongue. If you Google that It comes up and a table showing you a specific type of vaccine and the manifestation of a potential reaction that you would get within the time frame that you're avenue right there, and that's the only one and because it's something that was been said on the show time and time again this past week. Even when you had the governor on here. Foreign away foreign away. The vaccines are under the scrutiny to ensure their safety. But in the very rare rare rare circumstances that something happened there is an avenue for recovery, so it's not Complete win win, But at least there's that to fall back on. Can a school district tell Tony Bender is three or four Children in school? And he's now being told by Boone County. He may be required to have all the kids inoculated in September to come back to school for covert 19 can school districts require kids.

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Stuff, too. They that's good. Somebody millions to the Y M. C. A because of the Amazon facility at CVG have mercy. Let's have it. Let's make her the citizen of the day. She's handing out right whatever pretty good she wants to contribute to us. You may like $50 billion in the divorce. Won't you buy us please? 50 billion bucks. That's money, even to you. How about it? Wouldn't you like to have gotten that divorce of settlement? Yes. You wouldn't have been sitting here, would you? No. No, I would be. I do this. Don't tell DJ Hodge this She got 50 million bucks. Well, what with the lawyer get billion. What would a lawyer get a billion A billion? You still be sitting here? Yes, I would. I like what I'm doing. Okay. I'm just saying, I don't want to kick you out of that. But you, do you No, I don't. Yes, you do. No, I don't. Yes, you do. Why would I don't know. Not working with anybody else, saying, I'm just saying, I'm happy to be here. In fact, I'm happy to be anywhere. Amen to that brother Rush Limbaugh announced yesterday. Every day he gets up is like a benefit because he's facing He's a good man, The intractable foe of pancreatic cancer Stage four. And I wish him nothing but the best. Amen. Except what happens that the Reds don't play until May or June. Well speaking of that, Willie on this day, six years apart. I just got a text here from Tony G of Deer Park off Said would look better if you permanently were a mask. Have one on now. That's what Tony G said. You look better wearing a mask. On this day, Willie December the 16th six years apart, the Reg traded two future Hall of Famer. 1976 the big dog number 24. I'm not talking about Tony Bender..

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:59 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Night. But one thing happened this morning and I'm watching this. It was either Bloomberg er squawk box talk about what's going to happen if there's contested election, and the experts said, if there's a contested election That means it will be like in 2000 market went down 10% on the other hand, even if Biden wins. Which, according to the experts, I pray to God. It doesn't happen that the market still is likely to go up with Jonno by that, either. But Ric Edelman of Edelman Financial engines has done a study. Of some 2000 US adults between the ages of 40 and 65 with an annual income of $100,000 a year, which is about one third of a Tony Bender makes $100,000 a year. And he has the results of that, and I listened to him Most Saturdays right here and Rick Adelman, welcome again to the Bill Cunningham Show and Rick, How are you? Doing terrific, Willy. Thank you. Are you great data? I love your stuff. I I listen on my on my way to the golf course with your permission. I listened every Saturday morning here with you and I spend you and I spent 20 minutes together. Give me your crystal ball, And I think you're 32 35 years of experience your financial strength. The thousands of people you've employed dealt with has a lot of credibility. I appreciate that, assuming the smart money says much like in AA four years ago that Trump's gonna lose and I made the comment before that the economic policies Of Joe Biden are not good for the investor, and I'm going to go on the other side of the fence, too. But if that occurs, am I right or wrong? You're probably right. There have been a number of studies in taking a look at the economic policies that the vice president has put together. And one of them projects a 12% decline in the stock market, reflecting a reduction in corporate earnings. This will be a result of a combination of lower corporate profits as a result of higher corporate taxes. As well as greater expenses due to a knee increase in regulation along with questions as to how quickly Americans are going to be able to regain jobs. The vice president, of course, is promoting a $15 minimum wage on a national basis. On. There's an argument as to whether or not that will actually increase incomes or reduce the number of jobs available. So for a variety of those reasons, there is AH, general consensus. There are disagreements for sure. But there's the general consensus. That Donald Trump's tax pro tax plan economic plan etcetera are better for the stock market, then Joe Biden's I always hear Rick saying on Saturday mornings. You can't time the market. It's impossible. In fact, you've given us statistics that over 365 days if you miss the 10 or 12 days every year when the market's up because you're out But over time your investments are going to go down because you nobody in time. The market not even Ric Edelman, however Europe you on that 0.100 per cent. I believe, however, if a few days out, which is maybe end of this week or next week, it's obvious. At the House. The Senate, the presidency will be controlled by Joe Biden. It's obvious Is it time to start paring back your equities? No, it is not. And here's why, when we talk about the studies that reflect the conclusion that Donald Trump's economic and tax proposals are superior for the market than Joe Biden's This isn't Ah light switch. It's not on off. It's not all or nothing. It's relative. In other words, the study's air, saying that the stock market is likely to do better under Trump, then under Biden. That doesn't mean they'll do badly under Biden. It means they simply won't necessarily do as well. So it's not a question of saying Oh, the market's therefore going to crash and I need to get out and protect my money. Not at all. Stocks will likely continue to be the best performing asset class better than alternatives that you confined on DH, therefore continues to remain in your best interest. I'll give you a second reason. Let's even assume that the market does Go in the wrong direction and does decline during a Biden presidency. The Biden presidency is at most eight years and could conceivably be only four years. You're not going to be dead in the next four years or years. You're goingto here. You're going to have a life that goes decades longer. So if that's true investing during a down market if that's what Biden produces, should he win? Uh, that lets you buy shares while their lower and price so post a Biden presidency when we go out 10 years from now, 20 years from now, you'll be thankful that you bought during the down period because that's how you get rich with buying when prices are low. So when that weird Sense. You should hope for abiding presidency and hope that the market goes down to buy stocks on sale because you can't put the money in bonds. You can't put it in a savings account at 12% or less than that. And overtook 1/10 of a percent right. And even if you go into energy stocks, there's some energy stocks like ex Ellie that has maybe a nine or 10% dividend, but depends where your entry prices and Tony Bender just gave me a question. He loves to invest Excel. Lien, XO, Okay, which are a basket of energy and also tech companies. If you're an ex Ellie right now, you're getting like a nine or 10% dividend. And that's unreal relative to what's really true in the market. Why would a smart investor like Tony Bender put a half million dollars in X? L E when he said I'm getting 9 to 10% of my money? Well, why wouldn't more people do that? Because there's a huge risk. There is a one of two things have to happen. Either. The stock price is going to go rise, which would make the yield is percent go down or the dividend has to go down. Two again accomplish the same thing, And if the company's failed to earn enough profits to sustain those dividends, the dividends will be cut. The stock price will fall even further, and that often happens to high dividend paying stocks when they're so dramatically above market. So, Yeah, Enjoy that 9% dividend while you got it. Don't assume you're going to keep it and don't assume that the stock price is going to remain where it is, either you could lose both ways and very quickly And unexpectedly. What else that you're studying the kid. I'm looking to some of the results here that 51% say the 2020 economic crisis is worse in the great recession. 49% don't believe they're ever going to be able to retire. I know some old folks that I played golf with whether it's AH bears Paula Kendall Country Club or, like a Tony Bender belongs to Camargo Club in Indian Hill. That they use their Social Security to pay some of their country club dues. But then the other people that are running around actually have a difficulty because they know they're going to be 75 80 years old and they have to still work. Now I think most Americans in their seventies and I'm in the seventh inning in my life. I hope to play all nine innings hope to go to extra innings. But I'm in the seventh inning and I'm still working because I loved the work and and I love what I do. But a lot of guys in their seventies there are greater that Wal Mart would rather not do that. Do you think a person in their late fifties and sixties needs toe put into their computer? The idea that I'm going to keep working as long as I'm physically able, because my investments will pay off in the future what they've paid off in the past. Well, I'm going to give you two reasons. You just cited one of them, Willie, which is that your investments might not be enough to meet your needs. The other half of the reason is, as you said, why Quit work when you love what you're doing? I love what I'm doing. You people want to stay engaged. They want to participate. They want to contribute to society on one of the fastest ways to cause your death is boredom and loneliness..

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Depends on what I'd get up. Usually, maybe 7 30 or so I knocked out about 68. Sometimes they get up to nine miles. I go about 50 miles a week. How long does it take you to walk in, like, five miles a minute. Miles. How many 18 20 probably. I don't know. See, I don't run because if I get if I run, I get tired. And I will get tired. I just want to walk so I can think so. I planned my show in my head. As I walked by the black lives matter. Protests Are they legitimate? You know, my final question to you was going to be. There is currently a very art Larkin auction going on and the hunt auctions. He's selling his stuff, and my question was going to be to you. I thought it was a good one. If you could purchase any piece of Cincinnati sports memorabilia all time. What would it be? For a long time I had in my hands the bat that hit 41 92. So I had to work for two or three years. And Pete gave it to me and course he didn't give it to me. I gave it back to him, and I thought that was a big deal on other memorabilia. I would like to think Jose blaming on Rijo. Gave me the final ball on the final out that he got against Oakland in the first game. Which I don't have any more. My son used it. Play pitch with it. That's gone. I had my ball signed by Joe DiMaggio and P Rose. And my son took that one too. That's gone. Faras memorabilia. I think the Pete Rose. He's the definitional character in the history of baseball something something like 41 92 or 52 57. But anyway, you didn't tell me are the black lives matter? Protest legitimate, You know, this is the point Where, While it's radio I can envision right now. Tony Bender, laughing. And you kind of pointing to Tony. Let's see if I could drag him into this. And for my sake, I'm not being dragged into this last question. Now, at this point at this point, Tony Bender, it's kind of classic and they had got out of this is good is good. He's staying out of it. Damn right. I'm staying out of this. She's Sergeant Mattingly and Detective Cosgrove should they have been indicted in the murder? Briana Taylor. Yes or no? Here. Right? There seems to be a bad connection. I'm breaking up. There's something going on here and independence. And I seem to have lost the signal. Hello? What? Kansas City. Hello? Lance McAllister. Thank you for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. Willie. Thank you for inviting me. I'll take that as a yes. You stand with black lives matter admitted. Lance, you hava beyond amount flag in your bedroom. Admit it. You stand with black lives matter left his mark his organization correct. You are a year a piece of work, So I would say a piece of something but all they say a piece of work. 700 wlw. I don't know if you've noticed, but the Reds were in the race for postseason play..

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:12 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Valenti of Covington Police said that a man was Lord tow her place on Belcourt. Now I've not been to Belcourt. And if I have myself and the people's judge move to Covington and may not be at Belcourt, but nonetheless, he was Lord to Belcourt on a tender app, which Tony Bender tells me is a place where people mate engaged in sexual activities. I wouldn't use it myself. I'm surprised Tony Bender knows about it. But nonetheless. It was Lord there on tender. I guess they have personal relationships and kind of described what happened. And he Peyton Manning there, man. Lord, there became the shooter. And maybe he's free of charge is explain what happened. Well, First of all, this is why Tony Bender needs to be careful when he's fine. Now his state's on tender and going to meet them without knowing who they are Belcourt dangerous thing that can happen now. Belcourt, located in the city High Housing Project will it's pretty sure that's not what we're looking for your multi million dollar condo. However, there are plenty of good folks that live up there in that house project. His women apparently wasn't wanted because she conspired with two individuals. They're still receiving treatment for their gunshot wounds that they received over there getting treated over Universe. Cincinnati hospital. These folks, you know, plan this robbery where they would loot the sky over Miss Women's apartment. And apparently these two gentlemen, not really. Gentlemen. These two suspects jumped into the apartment and started attacking the man she lured over there on the tinder app. And they forgot to check and make sure that this fellow was unarmed. But more than that, really, that's called karma. That's karma. Needless to say, trying to rob someone that is, in fact carrying a firearm themselves. Um, doesn't work out so well, very often, especially when you're bringing nothing but your fist to a gunfight. So, um, you know, it's obvious way Don't like to have any shooting known Captain County. But if we're going to have shootings, I would prefer that it would be Robert's getting shot as opposed to war abiding citizens. So you don't have to worry about it. We still got plenty of good conduct for you all within walking distance to smell part. Probably cheaper and much bigger than anything. You didn't Cincinnati anyway, Willie, so we're still welcoming you. We still have the red carpet rolled out to come on home. Well, that's where I was born. And my family Erlanger, nails mayor. But as I understand, Peyton Manning walks in the back door. And she locked the back door behind him and and then she walks through the front door opens the front or income, the two robbers thinking they got an easy mark. Who's not going to call the police? Because maybe he shouldn't have been there at all? And they punched him. He falls down as he's falling down, He pulls out old Betsy and old Betsy suddenly as six bullets going the other direction. And these two guys were shot. And then he comes out that hits 911 and the Covington police. Brian Valentino has got to say, all right, we'll be right there, and so they came and talked to him. And it all checked out. It didn't will it from one of heard from the police. So far, everything about this individual story made sense. It all came together. They got some statements from witnesses that corroborated his statement. Heywood Sports, right. Dr. After he fired the shots and injured the two would be robbers. He did exit the apartment called 900 himself and tell me exactly what happened course That's what law abiding citizens due to smoke against law about defending yourself, and he used Kentucky's self defense laws and stand your ground law to his advantage. And as far as these two assailants are they gonna pull through it or they won may not know it. But getting shot and living is not necessarily a good thing because it is extremely painful and life threatening. Injuries may continue for the rest your life or they're going to make it. I suspect that they will. At this point. I'm still waiting for a status update, but They were in university hospital. Last time I spoke with Covington police and I anticipated once they're released from the hospital. We will probably be discussing watch for their arrest. Now last late when you told me yesterday that I wanted for University of Cincinnati Medical Center And their ability to deal with gunshot victims. And they deal with about 4 to 600 a year, which is almost like Baghdad. But for that you have many more murders. Yeah, I think you know, we would have many more suitable shootings right now. And and this truth on both sides of the river, Willy. We have a lot of people get shot. You know, I've actually been out with the police before when they've responded to these calls, and I've seen somebody laying there on the sidewalk, and I'm thinking there's no way this guy's gonna pull through this. Sure enough, they take him over to you See Medical center and they patched him up. Put him back together and they lived through. Mello probably have life altering permanent injuries that they'll have to deal with for the remainder of their lives. They might be in wheelchairs. They might be brain damaged, all sorts of horrible injuries, but nevertheless they pick him up and put it back together. You see, And it's really amazing what those doctors do, I think They have several doctors that are participants in our military and have trained and actually worked on U. S soldiers and Marines that air gunshot victims overseas and put them back together, and that's exactly where they get a lot of good training. But really, it's mind boggling. How much worse are homicide rate would be If we didn't have such a class. I mean, total class Act Level one trauma center here in greater Cincinnati. They do a fantastic job. Lot more people alive now. Lastly, I spoke to one of the attorneys that represent one of the place officers. I don't want to be really specific, but it's either Jonathan Mattingly or Brett Hankerson or Miles Cosgrove. On March 13th those of the three cops who one of them or two of them fatally shot around. Taylor and this attorney for one of those three police officers told me they anticipate a decision. From Daniel Cameron, the attorney general of Kentucky, sometime in the next two weeks, and I would anticipate in those two week period time the law enforcement's gonna be notified that there might be difficulties in some communities with the decision..

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05:01 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"This attorney I spoke with said they anticipate there'll be no finding of criminal charges that maybe there is a violation of departmental policy. But nonetheless, Ah, I imagine Jonathan Mattingly was shot first in the leg, and then they returned fire. And it appears that the boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, who was sleeping next to Brown, a tailor fired the first shot. How concerned are you? It's a prosecutor when that decision has announced, assuming it's no criminal charges, which no one knows for certain at this point that there's going to be, shall I say riots or civil disturbances in Covington? But in Covington in particular, Certainly I hope there's no rides. There's no violence that there's no sense was the destruction of property or looting or anything like that. It's always a possibility, but it's something that Colonel nature and come in Police department are always discussing. Always keeping an eye on. I know they'll be prepared for it. But generally speaking, I think the folks in this town are a lot smarter than they are in some other places. They realised that it makes no sense to burn your city down. But like I said, you know, we have a good relationship with law enforcement. On the side of the river. We have open communication. We support him in the same way law enforcement sports people exercising their freedom of speech their right to demonstrate protest. And generally speaking, they get along. When it happens. We have had a couple small protests on this side of the river. Tall been safe. It's all been crime free. It's just been people exercising their constitutional rights. And other than that, there hadn't really been a big problem with it. I think Hopefully it will stay that way. I think it will stay that way, and that's obviously always the goal. We don't want to see the problems that we've seen in some other part of the country, and we certainly don't want to see her hometown destroyed like some cities have suffered across the country. No Cincinnati's going toe have difficulties and I think Chief Isaac and John Cranley and Joe Deters will be notified today had a time to get ready. How do you prepare Covington to make sure the mobs in the rioting doesn't come across the Ohio River? Well, you know, Cincinnati Police always been pretty good to me that way. They've always done a fantastic job of keeping. The civil disturbances on the north side of the river. We hope it stays that way. We'll be in contact with them when we know something. Trust the General Cameron will keep us informed being the Third largest, much Politan Eri in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Certainly you know, the possibility exists and being right across the river from Cincinnati, the possibility existed there Problems couldn't cross. The river, so we will be prepared for it. We will make sure we're in communication with everybody over in Cincinnati in their police department in the Sheriff's department, and I don't want to give away the secrets, Willie, But you know those floodgates don't go in the floodwalls much anymore. We've been taken up onto the bridges here lately, and We might have to put you on that side of the river. But we'll do whatever we have to do. So the message is stay out of Belcourt. If you're on a tender app and someone says Join me at Belcourt, come in the back door. Your antenna might go up a little bit. Well, you know, Willie, It's not Bill Court. I don't want to insult. No, not with their because there's plenty of anybody's gotta be careful. You. You know you're making these arrangements. Tony Bender can tell you. You walk in some of these women. They might look really pretty on their tender profile, right grain, And they might not look quite attractive. When you shove a little bit of false advertising. I think they call his catfish like that, Willy. You know, I know you wouldn't know. Get him rock. You can tell me about it, but I don't know about that stuff. But I'll tell you what Forewarned is forearmed, and it's better to mated Starbucks or made in some bar somewhere and kind of Check the dental history of your potential mate. I had a time, but we'll see what happens with this case. But hopefully forewarned is forearmed once again, Rob Sanders, thanks for giving us an update on the tender shootings. Any time Willie and soon I know we're working into spit that tour of the ascent condo into your busy schedule. That's right across from your favorite smell Park. But we had that done here soon, and hopefully we can get you that showing you were asking me about. Well, I tell you what, At some point, the people's judge, and I may go back to my roots. No, maybe not hurling on Ellesmere. But Covington and 20th and Scott family is great history there and return back to Bethlehem for me would not be a bad idea. Rob Sanders, Good luck to you and stay off tender. That will do Willy out. I'll be in touch if we have any more problems like that. But it's certainly not gonna be a problem. Rob Sanders, thank you very much. Let's continue with more your thoughts of any seven. 49 £7000.700 new 18 T coming up later we'll be in individual was going to talk about what's happening. Relative, the landlords and out landlords basically are getting screwed blue and tattoo and barbecued. The media covers the tenants in a very positive fashion. But what about the landlords who can't make the mortgage payment? What about that? Continue with more reds continue to lose on news radio 700 WLW. Let's.

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05:15 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Eyes, your voice in the media. I referenced this Tio Former Mayor David Man, the main man about rumors. Rumors lie circle the globe before truth can ever take its first step. But I also have several posting here on social media. About tonight's activities in downtown received this text from a good friend of mine just a heads up because I want my people to be safe from potential violence. Quote, stay out of downtown Cincinnati this evening. From 5 30, Pam on two of my friends in law enforcement and security. Said that busing in and tea for members for the six PM protest a district one. And this could get violent. Also stay out of Clifton tonight. Edited. Since this seems to offend some people sincerely hope I'm wrong. And Cincinnati is a peaceful weekend when I began that with former mayor on council David Man, he said he knew nothing about it. But Because it's in media doesn't necessarily mean it's accurate. It's fair to say Matt, he said. It's always accurate, but I don't know that's the social media. So we'll see what happens if it all coming up after the short break with the news, which is so important is Dr Gary Kirsch, Dr Gary Kirsch of Urology Group. Has Jack Crumley knows September is National Prostate Awareness Month. And Ah, I think Dr Curse is going to encourage men to have a a body check system with their other friends and the prostate business, So he's going to talk about the ends and outs of that and more. Plus breads. Baseball starts at three or five with Rachel with the inside pitch first pitch from Pittsburgh. About four or five. The Reds have 10 games on the road for in Pittsburgh, three in Chicago three and Saint Louis than the Bengals kick off a week from Sunday and those next 10 games. We're going to find out exactly what's going on. Stay tuned for more charm of the Reds news radio 700 wlw 700 wlw, depending on the great American and This month is national prostate Month, Tony Bender celebrates. And as you know, Tony has a prostate buddy check that they do around the first of each month. And so Tony has a very close, intimate friend of his that they check each other's prostate to make sure it's functional. And thanks to that character, National prostate Month and One of the great experts and urinary care and all those kinds of things. There's Dr Gary Kirsten. I see one of his associates and nor would all the time at urology Associates and joining me now is that same Dr Gary Kirsch and Dr Kersh Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham shown. Gary How are you? Good. How are you? I'm doing great host US deal with some fundamentals. I asked women up and down the hallway here. Did they know what the prostate is? And almost all of them say I have no idea, but we know it's something so for those who are uninitiated, can you tell The women of the tri state. What is the prostate where the prostate is a gland that sits underneath the bladder and the urinary channel goes through it bill and in health, the prostate makes an important liquid component of the semen. And But there's another reason that men have a prostate. Besides making an important component of the semen, and you know what that is, Bill, Well, I mean, it gives you a lot of pleasure. It does. But also another reason men have a prostate bill is because God loves urologists. So in other words, it gives you something to do exactly without that you'd be in trouble. Totally. And, of course, a woman asked me. What is it? A woman have a prostate? Ah, The woman doesn't have a prostate because God loves women more than he loves men right now as faras the prostate exam. I had one recently a week or two at your facility. One of Dr Kun, one of your great associates, he said. My peers say is like 2.62 point seven I go online guys, my age should be between zero and I think it's six or seven and so for a guy and there's in their forties and fifties. What should the prostate be the PSA number? Well, it should be in their forties and fifties. It certainly should be under four. And maybe even under three depends a little bit on the family history on the size of their prostates. No. Tony Bender is about 75. He's got like a five and a six. Is that normal for a 75 year old? It certainly could be. Yes, sir. So what is the key as faras indicators of prostate cancer until my buddies have had prostate cancer, and that's why I'm on this thing more than normally I would be, but But whatever the indicators that you don't want to get when it comes to prostate, this indicative of of a cancer Well, Unfortunately, a lot of times most of the time, prostate cancer doesn't have any symptoms that a man notices just because they may have weakening sex life weakening urinary stream. This usually has nothing to do with prostate cancer, which is usually silent, and that's why the screening with the examination and the PSA Is so important. And if I could just, uh, mentioned one other thing, Bill in one of the reasons that I wanted to get this message across today, September is prostate cancer Awareness month and we're now experiencing a double whammy. Ah, ah, in that men presenting to the doctor with prostate cancer now Maybe presenting with less curable.

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Then the mayor intervenes that don't leave on DH. That's why you're running. You're a liberal's liberal. You're a good man, but you don't think right sometimes because your liberal progressive and what went at the age of 80 you say you know what? That guy running for mayor is so bad. I'm going to run against him because you want to pass on the baton to the next generation of liberal leaders, and he's certainly A number one or number two in each council race. So it is your race against P G. Sittenfeld I denouncing, not the politics, but rather the personality and the way he would govern the city. And that's why you're running and please don't give me the political answer. I want to be the next mayor of Cincinnati. I want to be the next mayor of since tonight because I think my experience I think my commitment this community can serve very well with the challenges we have. You know, I'm not going. You know, I don't think you would not be running if this guy was like the Jerry Springer. The future. This guy was the John Cranley. This guy was the Mark Mallory. If this was the guy who was gonna late Cincinnati, you would not like Cincinnatus come out of the vineyards back into the back into Rome. You would say that's that he's not a different generation. He's like, three generation short of you. And if that guy was good and a man, you know him inside out, I don't Tony Bender doesn't know People don't know guys. But you sit next to him your counsel with him and after knowing him for years used by your candidate say, you're saying he's not the best candidate for mayor in that drew more sure, of course. Of course, if I didn't think I could do a better job and auto be leading the city, I wouldn't be. Ah. A candidate. I mean, okay. Yes, that's now. Lastly, Dave man. I hear the plane of left from the progressives completely complain always about systemic racism. And that is institutional racism. At least you probably knew him personally. Willis Gradison. Was the last Republican mayor of Cincinnati about 50 years ago. John Kenneth Blackwell ran is a charter, right, but he was really Republican. But not on. Yeah, he ran is a charter, but the last Republican mayor was 50 years ago. Because the Democratic Party has been completely in charge of every aspect of the city for a half a century. If there's systemic racism aren't the Democrats responsible for the system, therefore responsible for racism in the city. No, no, no. Tell me you're talking. You're talking about our society. You're talking about how difficult the long journey and much too long to get passed. Ah, the sad curse of Ah ah, slavery and racism in our society. And you know I grew up in northern Kentucky, and people are amazing when I said, you know. Schools are segregated. We used to get on that we used to go the movie theater blacks upstairs, White stands. There's like we, my mom and I used to go the train to go to the old home instead. On the Covenant train station had a black waiting room, a white rain room and a train that came from Chicago before across the river had to segregate its cars because God knows we couldn't have blacks and whites in the same Ah, passenger car. So you know this has been a long, long journey. And it's time for nto this I agree with our Cincinnati police systemically racist. No, of course not. So if anyone says there's systemic racism of the 69 police division, not the movie theaters 60 years ago. I mean today in 2020 says night police run by African Americans for the last 10 to 15 years, they're not systemically racist. Of course not. Now, there are officers that have attitudes that they shouldn't have and the AA and I believe that that's the police department's quite there from there wasn't up first got involved. City Hall. It certainly is much more reflective of the dignity. Those are good things. And you know that the White House because I took there are some of the best people they have. And the They want to deal with serving the community. They want to deal with human beings without regard to their color, and you know, it's sometimes it's a very challenging job for lots of reasons. That are not of their making now, Lastly, The P G. Sittenfeld crowds whispering in my ear that you're not going to run. This is all. Obviously you don't have the money. You might have the name I d. He's gonna have like over a million dollars. You're going tohave, nickels and dimes. And this is some court some sort of stalking horse and that you're going to jump out of the race A T end of the heir of the first of next year. There's going to be a primary because of that. Pray through woman. She's going to run. Do you commit to staying into the race at least through the primary? Of course, Of course. Look, I've heard of PC might drop out. He said he wasn't doing so that money. What? Why's it? Where does that money come from? And why that that's one of the questions. But but no, I'm in because I want to be mayor because I think I can do it Good. You on, like a better job and ah, so yeah, I'm not going to drop out. Well, I'll say this Dave, man, even though you're a liberal, you're a good man. And you have the best interest of the city at heart. You're not corrupt. You don't run around town with a podium in your truck, ready to jump out, told a news conference at a moments notice..

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Newsradio 700 WLW

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Billy coming in the great American Red stubble headed for today. Guess what it's not happening. It's not yet been released. Correct Tony Bender as Faras, which Reds player was infected. There is a schedule tomorrow and Wednesday for the Reds to play in Kansas City. We'll see what happens there, but more importantly, Cincinnati is now in the headlines across America and in Europe about the violence in Cincinnati, similar to what happened in Chicago. Portland, Seattle, Cincinnati, 18 shot at least four dead. And then follow up yesterday, three more shots. And we had on Tony Benn Ear's good friend, P. G. Sittenfeld this morning who talked about Bill Goodman's gonna knife show that somehow universal background checks will solve the problem. But more importantly, there's a movement from the radical left in Cincinnati to reimagine the police. I e. To fund the police. And believe it or not, it's going to be on the ballot in November, not a new Richmond. Not in Montgomery, not an independence, not in Taylor Mail, not in Middletown, but in the city of Cincinnati. City, Cincinnati and only will vote on whether to defund the police disarmed the police and change the district system around City Council. You see those who put this on the revolutionaries, the insurrectionist the riders, The protesters got enough signatures. Peggy said failed Seelbach are not liberal enough for them. They're going farther left in that. Joining us now is the vice mayor of our good city. Chris Smitherman and Chris Mother Men. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham showing Chris How are you? I'm doing well, Willy. Thanks for having me on Nasty over the weekend. But let's talk first about this effort. Of course, I'd like to think I know everything. And I was told by friends of mine outside the Kroger store in Central Park away that thousands of signatures had been gathered to reimagine the police, which is the disarm the police and to cut their funding by a chunk of money. And I said, Well, that probably won't get on the ballot. I talked to a member of the Board of Elections who told me last night that that will be on the ballot in November, and the only ones getting to vote on the city. Cincinnati can you generally explained because the particulars of being worked out? What's going to be on the ballot in November. For those who live in the city. People like you to vote on to take away the police Department of the city, Cincinnati. Well, I'm one of those members of counsel and I believe that I Work hard to exercise common sense. And, um, the Sensei Police department since 2000 won has gone under Tremendous change. And community policing is a way of life in the city of Cincinnati. So we're not talking about Minneapolis. We're not talking about Portland. We're not talking about Chicago. We're talking about Cincinnati, and you're right. Citizens have collected enough signatures. Is what the board of elections believes. Which they have the right to do, Teo to disarm our police department. And on top of that, to defund them define according these principles, the principles are refocus, restructure, retool, reinvest and rebuild. It all sounds great. It's like just the opposite of what it does. So what they want to do is take away the ability of police the police and disarmed the police. And people are going to vote on this. My colleagues on council and you have names some of them in your intro. I do not know how much they harm the morale in the police department when they engage in some specific language, but let's go through some facts. 328 people Year to date, Willie have been shocked in the city of Cincinnati. And 66 murdered. 70 shot Americans shot in Cincinnati, not Chicago in the last 28 days. And in the last 90 days, 174 people are shot. We have two people being shot per day. In the city of Cincinnati. These are these are the reality of the numbers. And so when you have my colleagues That are using this language. Whether it's rien imagination of a police department are whether whether it is that they believe And our police department in some way needs toe have some reform That doesn't allow them to go after really bad criminals. I want you and your listening audience to know that you and I are discussing people who pick up guns and kill people. And the majority of those people in Cincinnati who are being shot and who are shooting that we're talking about our African American men. What is over the top? And my colleagues have spent the last 90 days. Correct me if I'm wrong, talking about how they can fund their streak Hall and how they can make the streetcar free. And so I want to say 328 people shot when a month ago are too I mean, a week ago, when I had long public safety 300 people were shot and counsel was still talking about how secrets on the street talk. Classy people shot They're waking up to say you know what public There's something going on in Cincinnati that we need to look at. Well, that's that's what's so alarming to me, Willie Cunningham. Here's the It's not a black issue or wide issue because I've often made the statement that in the city, Cincinnati, there's 45% residents are black folks, and that's approximately 140,000 African Americans 1400 out of 140,000 are causing the problem is not the 140,000. It's the 1400 the gangbangers. The retribution ist those that don't get an education. Those that don't want to work those who loot burned. That's a very small percentage. Subset of the African American community. Everyone shot I think this weekend and killed were African American, which is typical. The inquire about 10 years ago ran a front page story of every person shot and killed in the city, Cincinnati 1% were black. And so what we have is a subset of African Americans who generally don't work. No fathers in the home. They have no job, no education. They live out the rap culture and retribution and revenge. You know, snitches get stitches. That mentality that is a small part. The kids to go toe Water Mills High school. Have nothing to do with what's going on in this weekend. So when we have leaders of the city that come on and say what we really now is universal background checks a Ziff if I would sell a gun to Tony Bender for $400, he and I would go through a background check if required to do so. But the gangbangers and criminals are going to pay any attention. The universal background check. They don't pay attention to any law and great sound bite. It sounds great, only I'm in favor of great. It's a great sound bite, and that's the problem. With the leadership at City Hall at times that they're more focused on. How do I get elected to the next office by using found bite? When 66 people are murdered and 320 of them shot year to date. Now what I'm going to share with you is that here are some of those solution. There's L. Smith, a man. So one of the solution. We need to activate our gun path Force number one that it is difficult for our police department to do that, in many of your listeners might not know. I'm the chair of law, public safety. So I looked at this stuff a lot. This is not this is not someone off. You and I are discussing a discussing done violence. What's new is that my colleagues are now talking about the gun violence. But we need a We need a gun past force that is operating around the clock..

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Other speakers tonight include Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and Nancy Pelosi. Democrats still upset over reforms by the Postal Service, even though the postmaster general is postponing them until after the election. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she spoke with Postmaster General Lewis to joy Wednesday morning and told him that his announcement to suspend reforms that the Postal Service was quote not a solution and misleading. In a statement, Pelosi said to Joy admitted that he has no intention of replacing sorting machines and mailboxes that have been removed. And alleged that the Postal Service has no plan for re instituting worker over time to address mail delivery slowdowns. Democrats continued to draw connections between postal Service changes and President Trump's opposition to expanding vote by mail efforts. Adam Kelsey ABC NEWS Washington Wall Street, ending the day on a sour note The Down down 80 for NASDAQ Down 60 for S and P 500 down 14 Remember for news any time on demand it 700 wlw dot com I'm Matt Reese News radio 700 wlw. On demand I heart radio online on your smartphone, iPad and tablet 700 wlw dot com. Billy coming in the great American Red stubble headed for today. Guess what it's not happening. It's not yet been released Direct Tony Bender as Faras, which Reds player was infected. There is a schedule tomorrow and Wednesday for the Red Sea play in Kansas City. We'll see what happens there, but more importantly, Cincinnati is now in the headlines across America and in Europe about the violence in Cincinnati, similar to what happened in Chicago. Portland, Seattle, Cincinnati, 18 shot at least four dead. And then follow up yesterday, three more shots. And we had on Tony Benn Ear's good friend, P G. Sittenfeld this morning who talked about Bill Goodman's gonna knife show that somehow universal background checks will solve the problem. But more importantly, Was a movement from the radical left in Cincinnati to reimagine the police. I eat to fund the police. And believe it or not, it's going to be on the ballot in November, not a new Richmond. Not in Montgomery, not an independence, not in Taylor Mail, not in Middletown, but in the city of Cincinnati. City. Cincinnati's on Lee will vote on whether to defund the police disarmed the police and change the district system around City Council. You see those who put this on the revolutionaries, the insurrectionist the riders, The protesters got enough signatures. Peggy Sittenfeld Seelbach are not liberal enough for them. They're going farther left in that. Joining us now is the vice mayor of our good city. Chris Smitherman and Chris Smitherman. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham showing Chris How are you? I'm doing well, Willy. Thanks for having me on Nasty over the weekend. But let's talk first about this effort. Of course, I'd like to think I know everything. And I was told by friends of mine outside the Kroger store in Central Park away that thousands of signatures had been gathered to reimagine the police, which is the disarm the police and to cut their funding by a chunk of money. And I said, Well, not probably won't get on the ballot. I talked to a member of the Board of Elections who told me last night that that will be on the ballot in November and the only ones getting to vote on the city. Cincinnati can you generally explained because the particulars of being worked out? What's going to be on the ballot in November. For those who live in the city. People like you to vote on to take away the police Department of the city, Cincinnati. Well, I'm one of those members of counsel and I believe that I Work hard to exercise common sense. And, um, the night Police department since 2000 won has gone under Tremendous change and community policing is a way of life in the city of Cincinnati, So we're not talking about Minneapolis. We're not talking about Portland. We're not talking about Chicago. We're talking about Cincinnati, and you're right. Citizens have collected enough signatures. Is what the board of elections believes. Which they have the right to do, Teo to disarm our police department. And on top of that, to defund them define according these principles, the principles are refocus, restructure, retool, reinvest and rebuild that all sounds great. It's like just the opposite of what it does. So what they want to do is take away the ability of police the police and disarmed. The police and people are going to vote on this. My colleagues are counsel and you have names, some of them in your intro. I do not know how much they harm the morale in the police department when they engage in some specific language, but let's go through some facts. 328 people Year to date, Willie have been shocked in the city of Cincinnati. And 66 murdered. 70 shot Americans shot in Cincinnati, not Chicago in the last 28 days. And in the last 90 days, 174 people are shot. We have two people being shot per day. In the city of Cincinnati. These are these are the reality of the numbers. And so when you have my colleagues That are using this language. Whether it's rien imagination of a police department or whether it whether it is that they believe that our police department in some way needs TTO have some reform. That doesn't allow them to go after really bad criminals. I want you and your listening audience to know that you and I are discussing people who pick up guns and kill people. And the majority of those people in Cincinnati who are being shot and who are shooting that we're talking about our African American men. What is over the top? And my colleagues have spent the last 90 days. Correct me if I'm wrong, talking about how they can fund the Streak Hall and how they can make the streetcar three. And so I want to say for 328 people shot when a month ago are too I mean, a week ago, when I had long public safety 300 people were shot. And counsel was still talking about Shaker on the streetcar class. People shot they're waking up to say, You know what public There's something going on in Cincinnati that we need to look at. Well, that's that's what's so alarming to me, Willie Cunningham. Here's the It's not a black issue or wide issue because I've often made the statement that in the city, Cincinnati, there's 45% residents are black folks, and that's approximately 140,000 African Americans 1400 out of 140,000 are causing the problem is not 140,000. It's the 1400 the gangbangers. The retribution ist those that don't get an education. Those who don't want to work those who loot burned. That's a very small percentage. Subset of the African American community. Everyone shot I think this weekend and killed were African American, which is typical. The Enquirer about 10 years ago ran a front page story of every person shot and killed in the city, Cincinnati 1% were black. And so what we have is a subset of African Americans who generally don't work. No fathers in the home. They have no job, no education. They live out the rap culture and retribution and revenge..

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:03 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"To be trending high in case numbers tend to be trending. Hi. Can you imagine what if what if you would have heard yesterday There was 1422 cases. But there were 1786 recovers, right? No arbitrary number, But we did hear that. And you don't hear that. It's trumpeted on the headline is Oh, my gosh cases continue to rise. Well, OK, but what happens after that? Why not? Now? What about what about southwest Ohio? So we have. I looked back at the fourth. Last week on the fourth and then forward to the 11th because the 11th gives time for that variance, You know information to be entered. Hamilton County on the fourth, had 72 cases on the 11 9 Hospitalizations on 43 on the 11th 0 deaths on the 4th 0 on the 11th 1 Sounds like the most times sounds to me like it's time to go back to school. It's time to go back to school, and it's you know if you listen to the White House Corona Virus Task force. Oppressors thinks Dr Atlas is now on the team and Dr Atlas almost bluntly said it. Look, there's there's no data to support that kids are spreading and that they need where math kids kids need to get back school, particularly when you when you combine that with the CDC and Redfield has repeatedly said suicide Drug use and abuse and mental on well on how excuse me. Uh, depression has been a significant issue, not forget. Yeah, if in fact 10 times more kids. Have died the last seven months of drownings 10 times more kids that have died in covert 19. But you wouldn't know that from every time I look at the media is a crisis. CPD. CPS is I probably schools are still going to go Teo to a virtual learning, and then they don't have learning when they're in school, much less virtual are learning when they're out of school. And so they got 36,000 students and CPS and I asked the question. I don't get an answer from Tony Bender, which is how many Children at CPS from the first grade through senior have died in covert 19. You can't get an answer. But I think the answer is zero. There's no way that's correct and said, so. It's not a time to panic, in fact is, it's a time to look at the numbers and deal with reality. But that doesn't fit the politics of the moment. It doesn't fit the politics of the moment, and it certainly doesn't in this stunning thing is the politics of the moment seems to disregard that we've seen I talked to the doctor last week actually have northern Ohio and kind of the county area who indicated they've seen a marked increase and Suicides and the kids and you on then the other stunning thing to me was, the doctor said of all the adult patients. I'm seeing now 75% of them. Are exhibiting depression and anxiety at levels that would that would need some sort of clinical intervention. And I'm you know extremely sad to report that in my circle. Of people that I've known throughout my life. There's been two suicides in the past four days. So this is a real thing that we, you know, we can talk about the numbers all day long. At some point you have to have you know, and you're you understand sports. Great. Coaches have the eyeball test. They look on the field and see what's going on. Regardless what the is and whatever I mean, we can look around and see. People are struggling. And they're struggling for something that has a 99.7% incidents of, you know, everything's gonna be okay. Say that number again for the alarmist for the progressives for the left wingers for the Tony bender types. What number recover or don't even get what's that number again. I say, 99.7 you could say 99% just to be safe because one of the things we know is this thing has our This was here in November, and they indicate they the experts indicate that are not of, you know, somewhere between 2.5 to 5 when you run those numbers. Ah lot. More than 100,000 Ohioans have already contract this year and I've already carried it around so Yes, 99% of us are not going to have a negative personal negative help outcome from this Now, If someone we know gets sick, that stinks. If they die, that's terrible. But when you're making public policy, you make it for the public right. And 99% of us are going to be okay. So as far as what's going to happen in about an hour, so after two o'clock With the governor, a birdie whispered in my ear. He's going to deal with high school sports, and he is going to permitted to go forward. But we don't know that things change repeatedly. Devaney background information on what the governor is going to do after two o'clock today. I can tell you that he's getting a tremendous amount of pressure from Ms Lieutenant governor who has now publicly gone out on Twitter and Facebook and started indicating that it's extremely important for our kids get back in school for the communities to be able to experience high school athletics, So I think that Coupled with the fact that parents around ST have really decided to rise up and make themselves heard and students as well, I think he's going to try to go forward. Here's my concern. We heard last week. I believe it was on Tuesday that he was going to enter into this multi state consortium and where we're going to purchase about 500,000 auntie gin test by the way, and have the highest incidence of false positive that the test that the governor took last week that rendered a false positives, So we're going to utilize the past with our kids. Their coaches with our referees, and it only takes one path for that referee to, you know, be quarantined or the player in the whole Pete. We're not going to get very far down the road before we see contest being canceled and, you know, tournament play being, you know. Erased. And obviously already the you know the college level. We're already seeing that day. Did you have in your hand? How many Ohio Children between the ages of six and 18 have died? A covert 19. Is it zero or one? There was one soldier who died in a convalescent center had other help. How many between the age of six and 18 of which in Ohio there's about 1.8 million in that category? 6 to 18. I You mentioned the one that had significant other issues, right? My understanding is there may be one other, but that might have been a 19 year old as well. So might I do not believe there are any kids who have died and Cashes. It's you know, it's terrible if anybody does sure, but kids, kids, you're not dying from this, and the CDC has already said there's no data to support the kids. They're transferring this to teachers. Say that again because I get letters, e mails. I put up a Twitter yesterday, which has got literally thousands of Retweets and which is shocking and I caught so much flak for saying this, I said yesterday. That I'm scrolling down. Teachers. Unions say the teachers air terrified to teach. Thank God the cops work. Firefighters show up and save lives..

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:53 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That's the problem takes him calls as I promised. And then after after one o'clock today is Brian Toma crossroads. It came on about three weeks ago, saying there was some point in July. The crossroads was going to open, so we're going to determine what's happening with Crossroads and Mohr. And after two o'clock today is a woman who wrote a book about Jeffrey Epstein's Madam, So to speak. Her are a groomer that being ghislaine Maxwell 2 35 Today we have Mac Steinman's good friend Newt Gingrich is going to call in To talk about what's happening with the Trump story to 35 more than a 1 32 segment with studio report live from the truck. Is that correct? Meant the stag man is down there. And then, of course, after these races on Sunday, the segment should be furloughed another three months. I'm just getting sick. Let's continue. Tony in Fairfield, then gene on a cell and Tony. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham shown. Tony, How are you? Good Bill. How are you? Great day to be an Indian Great day, and it's a great day to be a butler County in Fairfield. Are you wearing a mask of not why? If so, why? Well, I'm not wearing a mask because I work outdoors. However, I have an alternative for wearing a mask and glad you called societal norms dictate that when you made your call That you cover your Steven your call. Correct? Absolutely. You shame He's in your elbow. That's correct Fan. Um it also. Ah, The problem is that That leaves out just talking. Talking is what they say can help spread the droplets. That's what we're told. So why can't instead of wearing a mask if you start having like you have a handkerchief in your mouth. If you're gonna have a conversation, brief conversation with discover your mouth while you're talking Sounds good, we'll do it. Do it with that cover, cover the entire spectrum. You know when you're going to sneeze and you're gonna call and you're already gonna protect everybody from that, which is normal. Just cover your call. Well, what about regular breathing at times, depending upon one's thrust out of its nostrils. Particles. I mean, match time has got a big, fat nose. So what happens when he breeze and everything just comes out of his nose? That's what the Liberals would say. You know, Tony, my last expert has been successful in this says there's no law that allows Mike DeWine order you to wear a mask. Now there's there's social as you say, peer pressure to do it. And I wear a mask because my doctor told me to do it. And so if something bad happens to me, which is entirely possible, I want to say At least I followed the rules and I caught this damn thing. It's bad. I followed the Rose and I still got it. Tony. That's life. There are smoke cigarettes, people that drink beer people that drive cars, people that water ski. There's risks in life, and if we can mend again against him, I do it. That's why I wear a mask. I got one other question for you. Bill hit it. I listen to represent representative Nino vitality when when you had him, all right. He's pretty good, very good. But my question and I'm asking through. Ah, social media is if the governor the wine is violating the constitution and making up laws illegally. Why are they not in the process of removing him from the governorship? Well, Tony, There's no impeachment provisions on Ohio law. What? Yeah, I Googled impeachment, and it says you can remove the governor. You can impeach a governor. Well, there's no appetite for the Republicans. To remove Mike DeWine. I think. What if this is what I hope happens, Tony guy like Mike, I like France. Cherry pies, Cedarville. I've been on their porch and whenever I get sideways with Mike, my wife pulls out a photo of my mother and Fran and me and Mike and Penny. And she said, Look, look at what he's meant to your family. And I said, Okay, I'm gonna pull my punch on Mike DeWine. However, what's going to happen whether it's six months or a year This thing will be over. There's gonna be a back seat to a tree, and then he's going to run for re election in 2022. He's not up for 2022 I'm very likely to support him because he's a good man who's done good work. Except in this area and this area, Mike DeWine has lost his way. Let's continue. If thousands on hold millions were listening, and I like Mike, and for those who have been to the ice cream seller shoulder I know Tony Bender and Matt's time and go on a regular basis to the ice cream social to sit around and Eat some homemade ice cream on a hot July day and get some of France pies and pecan and cherry and chocolate. Nothing better is an old time Ah, small town politician. That's why it's even more shocking what's going on and is absolutely shocking. And What? What is happening? Shocking. That he is acting like a czar, and he's ordering things that courts rule him illegal and I think the mask orders this week. Have been illegal from the get Go. Marie's Thompson just explain the why it's obviously illegal, but I have a court rule. It's illegal is going take a long time. And then the court that rose that within each county. That ruling is applicable on ly in that county. Until the governor appeals it up to the Supreme Court. Then they apply that and declare the action illegal unconstitutional. That would take a year or two, and by then the whole thing's over. If you want to wear a mask. Wear a.

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

14:00 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"In downtown but also in suburban locations and I wanted to talk to a rate capital one of the owners of capitals to see what impact the covert nineteen had on the business and also the impact of the riding things in that character and I think for the very first time ray capital welcome to the bill Cunningham show and ready how are you I'm doing well bill thanks for having the fun let's go back in time for those like Tony Bender lives in northern Kentucky has no idea what capsules does either maybe you have heard the name what this cap was doing how long to be done where are we we've been around this year we celebrate seventy five years in business bell and capsules started out as a display companies selling department stores a lot of their window interior pieces and interiors for their stores and of course that business all went sal as time went on so we are to getting more into the party business and and and the nineteen seventy area in the early years we thought Gee you know we kept hearing there's such a need for costumes and accessories and things for Halloween and other theme of ants let's go after this particular end of things so basically we have three stores today we have downtown Anderson in blue ash and may have a good website up and that's pretty much where we're we're focused in those areas right now great kabbalist talk about the downtown location talk about him and the other two to also about covert nineteen which way we're going off for two to four months the cupboard to it's been here since January we largely shut down things in Ohio March the twenty second it's been about a little over two and a half months since I began what impacted covert nineteen have on campus well it it it's it's certainly had a dramatic impact on our business we were in all of our stores closed for two months to would go along with the governor's request and and but but during that time some some pretty interesting things sort of happen bell first of all curbside service was looked for by some of our customers and we talk and did that and it was the costume sales during that time we were were fairly interesting we were finding people coming and I I mean my wife would say to me GT we have another inflatable T. rex costume one of the people doing more things about it and so we found that this was being purchased by a lady in the suburbs because she wanted to walk through the whole her whole area to put smiles on people's faces the mask but she wanted a mass that was a T. rex outfit that's about a body dinosaur that's great that's right and and the eight you know even our costume sales during that time on the web were fairly decent and then then what happened is that as the code of it started to ease a little bad even better but even at its heights there started to be a lot of outside celebrations going on with people and and and I'm sure you've seen them your viewers have seen where somebody's having a birthday so we can all get together it's against the law you know so we we got a ring in our cars were gonna put friend John and all this type of thing running out Happy Birthday signs we're going to stop just you you you modify in your job it's been the same thing was true for graduation you know we know the the ticket on that too with most of the schools they weren't able to hold the commencement ceremonies but still the the graduation business had been you know pretty decent but really overall I mean if you ask do you know how to cope with the fact apple sure it affected us in a negative way and yeah everybody there's there's just no ways around it but we just kept looking at how can we keep modifying our business during this time to at least bring in something less now let's jump ahead to your store downtown it is but I think it's right there by court street in about vine something like that according to court now man so you guys are doing you're saying you're adjusting your keeping the business alive doing your best the business's been through the rights of sixty eight maybe not you but your family sixty seven sixty eight sixty nine and one zero one it was right there in the area what happened what happened a few days ago when the rights began to your business what happened it it it it really took us by shock and surprise because the the damage that happened to our buildings was on Friday evening and it seems like it started in our costume store business our building which is located at the on race street right a block away from us and the plate glass windows were smashed and then the with the people who work in that area protesting they removed the mannequins from the window I mean life sized heavy mannequins were out talking about some kind of an in flight he's here you know or whatever and they removed costumes they removed the wigs from the window anything that was basically in the window was pretty much take and and then from there what happened is that and and we can only assume that sweet we have like twenty four seven surveillance cameras on our buildings just you know keep an eye on things and so we would then see that some of the protesters were then going down Elm Street and when they got to our windows say they smashed their windows they're using some of the mannequin parts that were removed from the other buildings like an arm or a leg or whatever it might be and so when we came down Saturday morning we were just like in awe I mean we that was probably the most damage that we've ever encountered as a downtown business and raise capital when this was going on in real time did you and your family ever have the idea while it was going on I'm driving there to stop him no not at all because and I'll tell you why bill because we didn't really know that anything like this was going to happen ugh I I'll tell you exactly what happened yeah we we work six and seven days a week because we're just a small business and we're trying to do is make a living at that what we do and so it's Saturday morning and it's like seven in the morning and you know even practice get ready to come down my wife comes down who works with me in the business as well and she says I guess the other attached from rich and rich is the other co owner of capitol she's my cousin and it says looks like we were hit pretty hard last night I'll be down to help as soon as possible so it was just such a shock such a surprise that this all was going on so we we don't have any kind of time frame to get any reaction if you know what I mean we we were just so taken in by the whole thing and then you know then it comes the Saturday morning and you're down here and I do I I do have to say that the the three CDC people were very decent and helping us and the clean up somebody actually told us I think who was it was one of the the news people who were across the street filming one of our buildings they said you know one twelve and behind I I think I saw mannequins outside the building up there they may be yours you may want to go up so my wife and myself got in the car we drove up there to try and and and see and we taken rescue any of these guys and as we drove up there I mean we were just like oh my gosh this looks like a war zone I mean that you know in terms of what we were saying that but the thing that I did notice is that everyone was pitching in and helping hello everyone and and that was really I tell you that's the really decent thing about Cincinnati and and it was it was people of all nationalities I mean our business is very supported by the black community we thank them for that and but but anyway that's that's sort of how it all came about so we spent the majority of Saturday morning cleaning up pretty much have you given a thought after your family for seventy five years you lost tens of thousands of dollars but you were in shock about what you so I have you given thought to boarding up and leaving and saying to hell with that I don't wanna deal I'm not going to wait for the next ride for the night next in justice to take place that some were used as an excuse to load my business when you're in your family's got nothing to do with it right in well those fleeting thoughts might go through you know our minds but we're try and you know really stay positive we're trying to stay persistent and and are thinking and say you know we we can make it through this we we've we've got to be able to continue to go on you know that that it's it's funny I was talking to a guy about this at a trade show back in January when I was there he's a small time business guide to ease out of Oklahoma City and I said he's he's down to like two people have taken this business now he said the one where you go in every day you know what what where when you're going to call it quits for these as you now he says I come in because of the legacy of the business he says and that's what I come in to work for every day and I think that's a lot of what chapels is all about you know started fire dad's back in nineteen forty five can you do you're not moving he can't give it up no you really don't want to give it up you know and any any and we're very much supported by the the people within communities so when we lock them and we and we love our customers and you know one thing about this this it's really sort of coal bell is that you know there's all always some kind of celebration comes on so when people come in to see us are usually happy there smiling and we know that we hopefully add to the festivities that they're going to and there's a lot of satisfaction in that now lastly yeah one little capsules be back to normal when whether be glass on the windows when when the inventory be stocked how long will it take for capitals to be back to the way it was as of us that Hey as a week ago okay our answer to that would be inventory wise we're in great shape we have a our main building here is six stories tall it's just chock full of inventory report we're not going to run out of inventory anytime soon in terms of windows my business partner rich he's addressed the other ready with a window company and we're thinking within the next we we we should have the word excel things and have a lot to work what made the comment so a certain Sunday at two o'clock one o'clock PM I drove down and I walk with my friend Shaun Donovan opened that we walked up and down Vine Street we walk to Washington Park drove up there and I made the comment there's wood a lot of what on the windows other than that there were people having brunch outside on the sidewalk there were people in Clifton that were out walking around it was as if it hadn't happened and then it shows again ray capital the resilience of Americans who want to see this thing work you're in for seventy five years you're likely be into this business seventy five more years other businesses have been devastated I can't imagine what it's like at the eagle or other restaurants downtown in which you must maintain six Ford separation I mean that business does business as Belgium waffle would be devastated because of the rules of government but you're not in that business but you can understand how restaurant businesses are devastated by having two kids six month separation by throwing out all the inventory in the middle of March getting ready for two and a half months of the pandemic and then coming out of the pandemic there ready to stock up and open it here comes the rioters looting their businesses throwing things around destroying it when you can't get insurance anyway especially a small black business that cannot have the same financial background as other businesses and they're devastated so you have sympathy for that but at the at the end of the day you're in a business that was not profoundly affected by the six what separation as other businesses are but right we got to run because of time constraints I wanted to get John there to give your story but ray capital capitals within a week completely back to normal but they give my best of the folks in capitals and thank you for coming on the bill Cunningham show thank you thanks bill really a perfect thanks again right Catholic chapels downtown should be a ten Lewis let's continue with more on this this clearly points out how resilient the Eric and people are I mean it's just incredible to see how we are some businesses will recover like apples I think other businesses may not recover because they can't I don't know what a restaurant does that employees in America total about fourteen million Americans in the hospitality business there in the restaurant business I don't know how you recover from both both hits it's going to be damn near impossible so let's continue with more blood becomes available five one three seven four nine seven thousand pounds.

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"tony bender" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

Bill Cunningham

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Bill Cunningham

"Happen today to o'clock, but on the other hand it may not happen as you may. Know I sent a missive to the governor. Saying you know what what about bowling alleys. as far as opening they're not Jim specifically, and we have a great bowling structure in the tri-state from Erlanger. Middletown all places in between and Tony Bender loves the his finger, many bowling balls, and he's thrown seventeen three hundred games, which is amazing, seventeen three hundred games, my high scores like twenty five, so there's a whole bowling structure in the tri-state, not being served because they're not Jim I wanted to check in with one of the great proprietors of the tri-state when it comes to bowling, and that is Mike Ray at Madison Bowl and Mike at Madison Bowl. Welcome to the bill, Cunningham, show and Mike Houria. How are you going good? Let's go back in time to like November December. There was a party at Madison Bowl. I found myself they're throwing a ball summer. Someone got a hold of me. You knew somebody and I showed up in congratulated some guy on his fortieth birthday, and it was a party and he was happy. I didn't know who they were, but somebody asked me just to show up. I did because that's the Kinda guy that I am. And it was packed in stock people running around like crazy people having fun. You can't do that anymore. What's happening today here? We are the Middle May Memorial Day weekend. What's happening at Madison Bowl? right now, nothing. We have no. Clue or have had no type of Contact with the governor. None of the centers have. The bowling centers in Ohio were classified as far as tourism and travel tourism. And tourists. Yes so you're saying there's people showing up from Holland now want to come in and tour the inside of Madison Bowls Tourism. We were classified as not as sport. Really, which is one of the first things from the truth the governor's board has bowling centers in travel and Tourism Advisory Group. And there is not one single solitary person from the industry in Ohio on that Board to report to the governor. How much money has your group contributed to the dewine used campaigns? We that'd be zero. Yes we I believe that the governor was doing the right thing when this first started. But to not communicate, and we are one of the only industries that has no say so. We have over two hundred sixty centers in Ohio. We have twenty four centers in Cincinnati, area We have one of the longest existing hall of fame in the area. and. We have no.

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

08:22 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It may happen today at two o'clock but on the other hand it may not happen as you may know I set up a miss into the governor saying you know what what about bowling alleys as far as opening they're not Jim specifically and we have a great bowling structure in the tri state from or Langer to Middletown all places in between in fact Tony Bender loves the stick his finger in many bowling balls and he's thrown seventeen three hundred games which is amazing seventeen three hundred games on my high scores like two twenty five so there's a whole bowling structure in the tri state not being served because they're not a gym I wanted to check in what was one of the great proprietors of the tri state when it comes to bowling and that is Mike gray at Madison bowl and my great Madison bowl welcome to the bill Cunningham shown my calorie good Sir how are you good good let's go back in time to like November December there was a party at Madison bowl I found myself they're throwing a ball summer someone got a hold of me you knew somebody and I showed up and I congratulate some guy on his fortieth birthday and it was a party and it was happening I don't know who they were but somebody asked me just to show up and I did because that's kind of guy that I am and it was packed and stacked people running around like crazy people having fun you can't do that anymore what's happening today here we are the middle of may at Memorial Day weekend what's happening at Madison bowl R. right now nothing we have no clue or have had no type of contact with the governor none of the bowling centers have the born sinners in Ohio were classified as far as tourism and travel tourism and Taurus yes so you're saying there's people showing up from Holland I want to commend and tore the inside a medicine ball historicism we were classified as not as sports really which is one of the furthest thing from the truth the governor's board has borne centers in travel tourism advisory group and there is not one single solitary person from the industry in Ohio on that board to report to the governor how much money has your group contributed to the door wine used to campaigns we are not be zero yes we I believe that the governor was doing the right thing when this first started but to not communicate and we are one of the only industry that has no say so we have over to learn sixty centers in Ohio we have twenty four centers in Cincinnati area we have one of the longest existing all of planes in the area and we have no input we have no clue we haven't talked to a single person my great day how are you classified like travel and tourism kinda like kings island or something how you classify with them that I don't think bowling is about travel and tourism almost everyone the bulls live with that live within a few miles of their center no one's traveling from Chicago to come to Madison bowl how that happened we have no idea no we we we can't we we have no idea we have we cannot get that answer the the people of the bowling center association of Ohio has been in contact with the governor and his panels and we have got no answers from them on that therefore when we practice social does anything it's going to be easy for us we can go every other lane you're going to be six feet apart you've been inside all born center we practice cleaning were one of the cleanest places around sure no we also are one of the only things you can do when you're six or when you're a hundred and six we have a large community of people in here I've I've been in the boulders trees about eighteen I'm now fifty six I actually know people in here that are three and four generations of family not you ball your ball I used to bowl let's see more lanes every now and then I threw a ball to Kenwood lanes before they closed I might have thrown a ball there into Madison bowl in the good old days when my friend Connie Darkwing ransom bowling center so how can I I don't I'm not sure what my relationship is with the governor I tell you what I'll send him a message if I can before two o'clock to say what about the bowling centers because if you're politically connected you know pay to play you get a lot more grace well a lot more essential activities than if you're not connected politically and so you guys in the bowling centers two hundred sixty in the state of Ohio you're you're not really politically connected you just worry about throwing bowling balls no worse small boards more group for small percentage of business and a lot what I feel like we're an important one more important portions of that it's important to you is in your family is that a block or two to get the board to the people the ball here I I I have been in the bowling center every single day since we close and I answer the phone every single day of people looking to when we going back do you have any idea if you have any information and I have to tell no well I can give you the phone number Marie's Thompson he's the attorney that does suit Amy acting on behalf of different industries other than yours and and and it's been reinstated in those industries which are worked out in gym area is big and the a judge yesterday ruled ME actives behavior unconstitutional and that would apply to you yeah again weakened social distance because of the way the system is set up in Bowling easily this can be accomplished very easily and you can open tomorrow yes all right let me do that salute because I know there's other people that are waiting for this to happen yeah here's could give a pen and paper I'm gonna give you his number on his website and I'll tell you what off the air I'll give you his personal cell phone how about that you have a great night his name was Maurice Thompson he can follow quickie motion in front of the judge in Lake County which is judge Eugene Lucci and I'm confident you'd be open up Marie's Thompson is his name and I tell you what off the air I don't want to give a cell phone on there are you when we when we hang up here you stay on don't hang up and I'll give you a cell phone you tell Marie's Thompson the attorney for the gems that that you want to be included in the essentially this is what the judge said about the behavior of Amy Acton that she acted without legislative authority she acted arbitrarily and wrongfully how bout this the general public would be harmed if an injunction is not granted there be diminishment of public morale and the feeling that one unelected official could exercise such unfettered power to force everyone to obey impermissibly oppressive vague arbitrary and unreasonable rules that the director of health devised and revised modified or reversed whenever she pleased without any legislative guides the public will be left with the feeling that their government is not accountable to them pro long lockdowns of dela Torre's effects upon the public psyche humans are naturally social beings socialization strengthens communities against disease and benefits psychological health and went on to say jams all these other things open immediately and I tell you what let's I'm gonna conclude this and assist they on hold I'm a give you a cell phone number and maybe by the weekend which is you know beginning tomorrow you can be included in this and get open would that be helpful that would be fantastic thank you very much for the time I hold on I don't move Mike okay stay right there okay I'm gonna give Mike his personal cell phone this is again a circumstance when these August panels get together if you're connected if you're a contributor if you're well known you get on the panel and if you've given money then you're on the panel and if you promise to give money in the future then you're really on the panel and for the bowlers of the tri state if you're not connected you can't get on the panel and so let's take a short break when we continue I'm gonna go off the air with my can given the personal cell phone of the attorney who can get this done let's continue with more bill Cunningham the great American live with you on your behalf news radio seven hundred WLW working from home.

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