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"tony bender" Discussed on WGN Radio

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06:22 min | Last month

"tony bender" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The other holidays. I'm not sure you can say Christmas anymore, but I just did, but one posting a Jay ratliff caught my attention. There's a passenger that's headed up to here with being next to a passenger who shall we say flows outside of the seat, a morbidly obese passenger in this poor woman was stuck between two individuals who were somewhat large, invading in their space. What are the rights when that happens? I know it's happened to Tony bender repeatedly. He's a skinny svelte individual next to someone that looks like segment or someone so I would say quite larger. And what are the rights duties obligations? Can you ask to be transferred? Can you say to a flight attendant, hey, what do I do? I know I've had a circumstance on my right. I had somebody that was flowing into my space with a big fat arm on top of maybe ten pounds under the armpit, and all they wanted to do was talk. And at this point, I'm losing my mind. I kept walking up, leaving, and so Jay ratliff, what are, first of all, talk about the case that's now pending. And what are the rights of air passengers? Well, I mean, we've been trying for some time to get some sort of passenger Bill of rights. Something that the passengers can hang their hat on saying, this is a minimum standard of service. Now, the problem is it's very subjective and it's very difficult because the airlines have varying degrees of compensation for various different things. And their individual businesses. They can't be mandated by the government, how they do their business unless it's an issue of safety or discrimination or any of the other things that they kind of hit in that direction. So as a result, you may be treated one way with compensation for an irregular operation on United get something completely different on JetBlue or delta. So there's no consistency out there, and that's one of the things that aggravates consumers to know in, bottom line is the airlines in their powerful lobbying group are going to be in a position where they're going to do just as little as they need to and know more than that. Do they care that they're cramming more seats than ever in those civil revenue tubes and making those seats smaller as we get bigger? No, they don't care about any of that. It's a matter of making profit. So when you have a situation like this, doctor Sidney Winston, I believe her name was where she was seated in an American Airlines flight for three hours. She's in the middle with these two sisters that were traveling together that yes, for her to put her tray table down in the middle it was scraping the legs of a sister on each side. She asked him if they'd like to maybe sit side by side, she'd take the window or the aisle seat to which they said, no, we're perfectly fine. Where we're at and went from there. So she tried to plead to the flight attendants, didn't get much there as far as moving the flight may have been full. I don't have that information. But Bill she then went on this rant. Now, when you're somebody has a doctor in front of your name and I don't know what her specialty is or the clients that she has, you think you'd want to promote a rather, I don't know, compassionate side of yourself was not the case here. She tweeted to American Airlines. She wasn't happy. And if you needed a seat belt extender on a flight, you're too fat to fly. And that she was getting tired of this fat being considered normal. And I mean, she went on and on and on to the point that American Airlines respond to saying, look, we don't discriminate against passenger type. And it's basically it's there. Now, my question had she complained to me directly would have been doctor Sidney. When did you make your reservation? Did you make it yesterday? And this was the last seat on the plane. Got it. Was it a month or two ago? When you had the option of paying a little bit more for an IO seat or an exit row seat, or maybe first class or a comfort plus seat, if it was available on American Airlines, that might be a little bit larger. What options did you have? Because when we're complaining to the airline industry, they're sitting back with their arms crossing, look, don't blame us. We give you all kinds of options. You can take advantage of any of these extra seats we talked about. Yes, at a nominal cost to be more comfortable when you fly. Now the problem with somebody complaining like this so publicly is American Airlines may say enough, doctor Watson, we're just going to fire you. We're going to say, look, it's obvious we can't make you happy. Our best efforts to make you happy have not succeeded. So it's really your best interest if you never fly us again. So we're banning you forever from flying American Airlines. And if you had oh, I don't know, good nice bank account of frequent flyer miles. A few 100,000 miles or more? Yeah, we'll avoid it. You're gone. We see that all the time with car rentals, hotels, cruise lines, airlines. You messed with them. And they're like, this is not a right. This is not something that you're privileged to have, we can take it away from you in a moment's notice. I hear from people all the time where maybe they have a little bit too much to drink or they had a really bad day or whatever it might happen to be. They crossed that line in the company said, look, we've had enough. Goodbye. And if you give them a reason to cancel your frequent flyer account with all those hundreds of thousands of miles, they're going to do it in a heartbeat. Well, Jay, rat, have you seen to be saying you know Americans are always consumed with, I got the right to do this. No one has the right to fly Delta Air Lines, and that if you don't, there's a point at which you get up to the line, get close to the line, but don't go over the line, but if you get close to the line, okay, how do we make it happy? But if you're too much of a pain in the neck, Delta Air Lines, United American Express sky blue, whatever it might be can say, you know what? Doctor Sydney Watson. We've had enough for you. You're fired and you have no redress whatsoever. No, and one of the things that some people would like to see and I'm kind of on the fence here is they would like to have those no fly list airline to airline shared so that if you have a passenger that shoves a Delta flight attendant and they're banned rightfully so from ever flying Delta again for the rest of their life, they should also be banned for that physical assault on every other U.S. airline in the country. So far right now that's not being done. We ran into that during the mask issue with the pandemic where you'd have a passenger act up under a mass thing to get kicked off of American, but they could mess up on Delta United and all the other carriers across the board and be a pain in the butt for them as well before they were blacklisted there as well. Sometimes it's a matter of a personality conflict and things go south fast and you end up getting kicked off and you wouldn't want that necessarily to mean you couldn't fly any U.S.

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"tony bender" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:01 min | 3 months ago

"tony bender" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Are tested, they're already behind. Let me say that again. 60% of California readers are behind on the literacy scale, right? And I don't want to hear any of our friends on the left, talking about equity. If we're not going to have a very honest conversation about literacy, we have got to have a colossal effort in the earlier grades to make sure that our young people become more literate faster and at a higher level because we all know literacy is a gateway skill. If you can learn to read really well, you can learn anything. And by the way, that will bust you out of poverty faster than anything else. So yeah, that's something that we don't talk about enough, especially at some of our schools that aren't performing very well. You say in your book, among other things left is curriculum has taken center stage drawing students deeper into abandonment of traditional history and exchange for critical race theory, anti racism, pronoun, gender, identity, training, and more, you say something terrible is going wrong and something essential is missing. They're curiosity seem stunned. They're reason undeveloped. Their values uninformed. Their knowledge lacking and most roaring of all their humanity is diminished. And the smoking gun, of course, is what's happening in our schools today. It's a wonderful read, and I think every teacher, as we start here at toward the end of August, to get things going back into session, how to get this book hollowed out, a warning about America's next generation because these kids are going to come out of high school and capable of reading and capable of moving on to college or elsewhere and capable of holding down a job. Many, you can have an 8th grade education like a Tony bender, for example, but if you have a work habit, if you want to work, if you work hard, work smart show for work every day. You can find your way. But if you develop because of an education, a hatred of this country and unfairness about this country, all based upon pronoun genders and we're in trouble. But once again, Jeremy, we got to do it more like to get you back on in a month or two as school progresses a little bit to see if anything's better. I would imagine things are going to be worse because of the lockdown and the fact that we care more about anti racism and pronoun gender identity training than about the rules and Shelley's case or care about American history and I still use the term marching Marxist are coming out of Mandy colleges and universities and Jeremy Adams working with get your book and hopefully every teacher in America and every parent or get it. Where is it available if anywhere? You go to Amazon, go to Barnes and noble. Most local booksellers will have it or can order it. It just came out in paperback, and it's on sale. So it's very affordable to anybody. And again, I do have high hopes that this will be a somewhat of a return to normalcy this year. And we can really start to build on it to make some profound and colossal changes that need to be made. Thank you so much for having me on. And I will absolutely come back. It's always an honor to be here. And Jeremy Adams, I pray you're right, but I think you're wrong. But nonetheless, let's move on with life. Jeremy Adams, thank you very much. Thank you so much. Bill Cunningham the grand American live with you every Sunday Night

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"tony bender" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:35 min | 6 months ago

"tony bender" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Republican hatred and so the seriousness with which the news media take these people just because they're famous and have that seductive power is really disturbing and it's helping to corrode our whole national dialog about politics And you might recall that Joe Biden was selected or elected president in 2020 under the banner of let's return normalcy and better manners and he tells his cabinet one of the first meetings nobody better talk ill personally of any of our political opponents And if you do you're going to be fired on the spot We're going to change the tone in Washington The tone set by Trump was improper Now we see what's happening As Joe Biden ever called out any of these Hollywood lefties MSNBC hosts and others for the hate speech that they spew forth on the American people has anyone like Lester holt or David Muir ever pointed out to anyone look at what Hollywood is doing to this culture Is there any indication but from Santa and MSNBC the direct opposite of what they intend Is anyone pointing out the hypocrisy of the Hollywood left Anyone Other than you and me I'm certainly no one on the left is that they stand by that and kind of a united front So they're definitely not criticizing the left even though as you were suggesting there anytime The New Yorker Donald Trump would let loose with a curse word occasionally the left would lose its mind about how he was degrading our national discourse and that he was lowering our standards of decency of civility And meanwhile on the left they are spewing the most vile hatred I mean you really have to read these articles which are completely unexpected by the way So you read these articles and you just overwhelmed by the hate and the profanity From their side and so the real degradation of civility and decency is coming from the left Now lastly I would say this I'm not going to see the movie I haven't seen a movie in a long time but nonetheless Top Gun: Maverick Tom Cruise came out about a week ago It's having great box office and I'm told by Tony bender and others who love Tom Cruise and the Scientology movement that somehow this is patriotic it's loving it's a depiction of the right things in America Maybe that's an indication much like the passion of the Christ came out at one 500 media hated it But isn't there a little indication that the silent majority of Americans have had it up to here with the lack of baby formula inflation food and gasoline prices gun crimes rampant lawlessness faith and family gone Is there a sense that there's still a shred of the American spirit left because of the popularity of Top Gun Oh absolutely I think that it's more widespread than the culture was certainly lead you to believe because if you look around what's going on in the culture you just as a conservative you feel overwhelmed and hopeless but really the reality is that what you're seeing in the culture is a minority compared to the people who want who recognize American exceptionalism and who are real patriots and who don't want to see this country running to the ground We're actually in the majority We just don't own the culture So there's plenty of reason for optimism We just have to fight and turn around that ocean liner of the culture though and steer it back in the right direction Lastly I would point out that Harry enten who's the guru on CNN about polling at a shocking statistic about three or four days ago after all these mass shootings including the one in Tulsa et cetera and that is this That 57% of the American people either are satisfied with the present gun laws or want more access to guns And there was only 36% the other way So when Harry said this to Wolf Blitzer wolf lost his dentures that 57% actually are satisfied with the gun laws or want more gun freedom I'm thinking all right well we got to run mark tapson How do the American people get ahold of your column I'm looking at it now It's on front page mag the 20 dumbest Hollywood hate mongers Is that where to go Front page mag or somewhere else No that's definitely at front page mag dot com That's kind of the flagship website of the David Horowitz freedom center Mark Thompson you're a great American and thank you for coming on the bill Thank you Thank you My pleasure thanks for having me Bill Cunningham the grand American live with you every Sunday Night.

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:51 min | 1 year ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Kicks off at 5 35 tonight first pitch it up 6 35. As you may know, the Potter's lost again last night. They can't win a game. And the Reds are now technically in the last wild card spot in so the next three games against Pittsburgh critical of the next 18 Games, nine. Are against the Pittsburgh Pirates and four against Washington and those 13 games. Those teams stink, and they also have played the Dodgers this weekend and the Chicago White Sox White Sox are really good, as are the Dodgers, but they have nine of 18 games against Pittsburgh. And it's all up to them. Then to win the final wild card spot and probably go to Los Angeles to face mad Max Scherzer and one game playing. I'd rather play the Dodgers for one game, then, like five or seven games. So tonight's big game starting about 5 35. But until then, I recall the classic conversation I had with Rob Sanders. And that was You know what we've had, like one shooting one killing. And Covington slash Kenton County last year, and since then all hell's broken loose, including police have identified coming to a man who died after shooting Sunday in Latonia happened about 11 A.m.. And Michael Bishop 29 was shot several times in the chest. He didn't make it. Alicia hey, with 33 of Covington was shot in the leg and an 18 year old boy has been picked up. Named Keyshawn McCoy and charged with murder and first degree assault. A man with his finger on the pulse of Kenton County, in fact, all along force minutes, of course, Rob Sanders and Rob Sanders. Welcome again in the Bill Cunningham Show and Rob, How are you? Doing fantastic, Willy. Thanks for having me back on. Well, now I love your prediction, which was a good one that, of course, Kenton County and coming to. It's not quite like Cincinnati in Hamilton County, but from the uninitiated, Tony Bender told me all hell's breaking loose, And it's looking bad. So, uh, is there a common thread between the murders and the assaults and the guns? Or each case kind of despair it and different and major cities. It tends to be around gangs and drugs. Is that the case in coming to an well we had one fatal shooting Willie that also included shooting of a female as well that cases under investigation. I know it's been a couple days since the shooting took place on Sunday, and I'd love to give you more details, but quite frankly, A lot of it's still unknown. Covington police detectives are hard at work talked to him this morning. They were out. They found the gun that was used in the shooting. So that's been recovered. Now it's coming together. But in terms of why this thing happened, that's something that's still very much under investigation. Quite frankly, I don't know that I have the answers to it just yet. But we do know that the shooter and the deceased and the other shooting victim all knew one another. We're very familiar with one another and Looking into whether or not they've ever lived together or actually been that close together well or whether they were just friends at one point, But obviously things went bad somewhere along the line before shots were fired. Now there was another shooting on Sunday. That actually came out while police were still investigating the fatal shooting, And at first, it wasn't clear whether that was somehow related to the first shooting. But it turns out it wasn't That was more of a drug deal gone bad type situation. It's also being investigated but wasn't nearly as serious as the one where one man lost his wife. So at this point, it is the common thread. Domestic violence is that aberrant lifestyles is an alcohol as a drugs. It's a personal gain. Is it for anger and a You know one thing This is not in your bailiwick. But over the weekend, Sierra Allen was found with a gunshot wound around 2 30 in the morning Here in Hamilton County and ST John's Evan. Ooh, She's 30 years old mother. Of two small boys is a star law student at NK used Chase College of Law, and she's too young Children at home. Her smiling face was featured on the Chase website. She's literally the face of NK you Law school. And I talked to a person who told me this was self defense that she fired the first shot that somehow this third year life can you recall being a third year law student? But this third year law student had a gun and her sister said on television. She liked to party. So I'm watching this interview. Mother 30 years old law student she likes to party. And she fired the first shot and the other woman returned gunfire and the law student is dead. And the boy without a mother. It's unbelievable that that story caught my attention. Will you know I'm gonna chase Alum graduated as well from chief many, many moons ago, although it feels like it was just yesterday, But, yeah, I do remember still being a third year law student at Chase. We had all kinds of memorable things going on back then, Like the O. J. Simpson trial, I think might have been as educational as The entire law school. Uh, education that I got, but nevertheless, it did catch my attention because it was a chief student. And that's certainly not something that you hear about, uh, very often if not ever, coming out of chase or their alumni, their students Um And I guess the story that's starting to come out now, Or at least some of the statements that have been made by police aren't real consistent with with the lifestyle that she led when she was at school, because young lady appears to have been a model student in a model person, At least, that's the image that was portrayed not to everybody she was going to law school with now. What she was doing out in the middle of the night and house. She was in a situation where she was firing the first shot. I guess we'll just have to wait and see what the police come up with. As they released. That investigation is my good friend Joe Deters looks it over. I'm sure he and his staff will be on the ball and they'll be transparent. Tell everybody what what really went down there. But In terms of what we get on this side of the river Willy. It's almost all one of two things either spats between people that know each other. You know, I hate to use domestic violence that generically because it's not always domestic violence. It's not always violence between people that are in romantic relationships or anything like that. But it's spats between people that know one another and have some kind of personal beef. That's one of the more common one is drug related violence. Um, you know, we don't really get a whole lot of, uh, gangs or cartels or anything like that. From time to time. We'll have something like that. But more often than not when we have Violence related to drug dealing on this side of the river. It's usually either a drug deal gone bad. Someone buying drugs is a very dangerous activity to be undertaken in the first place. Drug dealers are known to be armed people that use drugs are known to be armed. And when they have disagreements, the guns come out. The bullets start flying, and I think that's what we saw in the second case here on Sunday. Um you know, whatever. It was the one thing that I know that definitely was not happening. These folks weren't getting ready to watch the Bengals game like I was, and they weren't excited for Joe Burrow to be back in action because I know that they They delayed an awful lot of the Covington Police department's ability to watch the game and mine as well as we came in and got to work, but you know it's a serious thing, and unfortunately, that's something that's going to happen in this line of work. Sooner or later, you're going to have to work a homicide case. I would just really prefer if it wasn't on Bengal Sunday, and the other thing is when you were in third year law student and a you the Chase College of Law, how many students carried gun and parties early in the morning with kids? Um, no, I didn't know anybody to care. I mean, there were lots of guys that I went to law school with that hunted and it had firearms that were responsible gun owners. But they weren't toting the guns around at four o'clock in the morning or whatever time it was in the middle of the night..

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:29 min | 1 year ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"As as I'm sure you do as well because For instance, and I was talking about this with Tony Bender before the show. It drives me nuts. Sometimes. When David Bell, for instance, reds manager You know he's always going well. We got a match a lefty against a writing all that and, you know, Meanwhile, you know Mike Moustakas, as had, like six hits in the last 10 at bats. They're like, No guys, hot man. Put him in, you know, so there's a fine line between Just going by the numbers, And to me, That's what that's what a coach is all about, because if we're only going to go by the numbers, why are we paying a head coach Millions of dollars and we just hire a computer nerd and paying, you know 80 grand and tell him just do whatever the numbers say those guys make way more money now, Rocky, That's that's a low number. Alright, Well, you get the point, right? I mean, there's there is there's got to be that element of like, Hey, I know my team. I'm looking into my guys eyes and they look tired or they don't look tired. They look like they can go for it. And to me, that's that's the That's what separates a good coach from a great coach. I would agree and you know, and that's kind of where I think everyone sided on the one from your own 30 was that You'd watch the Bengals defense just terrorized that Vikings offensive line all day. And that did not look like a team that could go the length of the field at any point against you. I mean, the way the defensive line was wrecking them up front. It just didn't seem logistically possible. Right? Then Minnesota would drive the field on. You have to give them a short field and then give them another shot. When you kind of expose yourself with the cover zero blitz on fourth down the guy free runner. You take away some of that. You know the fact that you were winning so much up front and by not forcing them to go to the length of field and waste more time in the process, And that's not even getting into the momentum factor. I mean, so much of it really is gut. It's just a matter of what slice of the pie do you give to analytics versus what slice of the pie? Are you trusting in your field for the game, and you know they're lucky? It didn't cost him yesterday. That's for sure, too. It's so good to know that all of that happened while I was there. There's CNN every play and happens in a matter of seconds. Suppose a complicated game it really I was just waiting in the beer line for most of all of that grateful Thanks so much bullet last question for you before we let you go appreciate your time. Give us your assessment of how you thought Joe Burrow played in his first action back live action. Since surgery. I mean, what else can you say about this guy? I said before the season started, you know there were we always have to do the season predictions and everything, of course, and I was at six and 11 written down and I literally I looked myself in the mirror. It said My own name. I said, Paul, are you going to bet against Joe Burrow are like, Don't be the latte, the latest guy in a line that have lost that against this guy. How many times do we have to see him? Whether it's no preseason? No offseason whether it's transferring from Ohio State to LSU, whether it's the way he came back and attacked the rehab through all of this, whether it's helping lift up Tamar Chase through erupt preseason patches. All of that stuff Don't bet against him. And you shouldn't this guy comes out. He takes five stacks. He takes a bunch of hits. He's even hobbling off and just go through the bikes. At one point, I got a guy who's nine months off the A. C. L. M. C on his first game back. Everybody's like worried and gasping at what's the first hit going to like, and he's out here, hobbling off and going to the bike and running back out there like just that guy. He's just that tough guy. That is going to go out there and try to make every play and then say, Oh, yeah, Fourth in an eyelash. How about I drop back and 30 yards over top of bet against it against your borough? No, he covers up So much of the other things that go wrong. I mean, the Bangles collective fan base when he was kind of limping. They're coming off the field with just absolutely held its breath. I mean, oh, my God, but I mean, look. It seems to be barring, obviously injury. It's all uphill from here because now he's gotten hit. He's gotten socked. There should be nothing holding him back from here on out now, that now that there was during the game, he played excellent, Paul, We've got to run, but thanks so much for your time. Appreciate it. Later on. All right? Yeah. One rolling all dinner junior. I learned so much that that's why I do this right there. I'm going to text ball next time on there. It's not just a bunch of Neanderthals just banging into each other, like real, like math and stuff going on the course of the, uh, of course of the game..

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:35 min | 1 year ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Sometimes you do become big alive. However, I guess optimistically, you've got to look at the team four hours North. You got to look at the Cleveland Browns to say Okay, remember, they were the definition of dismal. There was a definition of for the definition of bad in horrific and what happened over the course of time Right now, here going into this particular football season, they are slated to win the F C North. Now, obviously, that was because of some great draft. That was because of some great free agent pickups. But let's just face it when I'm from Cleveland, and I'll tell you, Jimmy, half of them the ownership there. Him and his wife. They were getting the hands handed to them. They were getting beat the hell up. Because of their lack of success early on in his ownership, So yeah, there's always going to be hope. And I think when you look at the challenge On 15 that will give you hope. Now, let's take hope, and we have to put something else in this bowl. He gotta put history in that boat. We put history and we mix it up we go. Oh, my God. Now you become bingo, Live And now all the things that Mike said so excellently. Now they all start pertaining to a point where? Yeah, you got a point there and especially if they lose their first game. It will. It will just get that ugly. And then Danny and Andy Dalton's waiting in Chicago for Game two. The second paragraph, the story says. I'm ticked off already sell the team Every year. I get more outraged as we lose while Mike Brown sits on his fat cachet and won't pay for a winner. Worse now the Browns are winning. I hate Browns fans and Steeler fans. I'm angry. We didn't get more blocking for Joe Burrow or help on defense. I get emotional during games. When we lose a ticket personal we stink. I will boost so Out. Mike Brown's family can hear me. That's the second paragraph of the preview of the game on Sunday. Is this town to negative? Is Tony Bender to negative? What do you say? No, no, because he's dealing with real fact his facts. Facts credit, give credits for him because he didn't He's stating the obvious. I mean, he's stating that, however, again. If you want to look at because I am I I have been totally fair and criticizing the Bengals when they need to be criticized. That should be criticized. But I am saying this particular year on paper is the first year in a long time that I see. Hope. Now I agree with him when you look at the coaching staff and Jack Taylor, you know again if you're going to measure someone on their job performance, yes, Mike scalpers bleeding from my fingernails Digging in. I'm scratching my head going. Okay. What? What? What is this all about, but the new direction of the Bengals ownership. Elizabeth Brown, Elizabeth Blackburn. Katie Blackburn's daughter has done some very progressive thing. So I do see a glimmer of hope. As in, they're doing something outside of the box that Mike Brown would have never done. I totally disagree with Mike, and when he wants to run within his prominent and again We've been to two Super Bowls. Cleveland's been or not, so I think it does. It does help. If you pay guys and you've seen you put the best talent on and the best best coaches fast. But what what mesmerizes and I'm so perplexed that you've got this base of pallet, Willy. Yeah, and you and they're being coached by Zach Taylor. I'm sorry. Exactly. He would be the first to say okay, I haven't gotten the job done and this is the year For me. It's the year of expectations if they don't win, and I'm not talking when, in 56 games, we can't allow that to happen. Well, we can't be going around here, going who? This was a better year. We won one game more than we want last year. Like way we're happy now and for those long suffering Browns fans. It looks good on paper. But the Browns never won a damn thing since the administration of William Henry Harrison that their stink and if somehow would be worse for Bengal them as if the Browns arise and do something special this year and maybe get to the Super Bowl. And then played Tom Tom Brady in the Super Bowl and win the Super Bowl. Then it's over, because we always can say Well, Ben goes aren't very good, but at least we're not in Cleveland. For God's sakes. At least you're not a Browns fan. But if something good happens to the Browns We have no argument. At that point, it's over. It's done. The late great town wife will be turning over in his grave if remember his favorite quote. You're not in Cleveland, Cleveland when Cleveland win playoff games They may be yelling, You're driving sentence in at it would be the greatest. Can you imagine Cleveland Browns with Joe Burrow at the helm. Thank God. They have a quarterback that can't function because I think the Browns quarterback is no good. At least Joe Burrow has got the potential of being special, but it's got to be protected. The receiver corps looks good Offensive line is extremely suspicious. No help on the defense. I don't know what's going to happen, but Tim McGee, thanks for sharing your thoughts about bangle them. It's fair to say that Mike Bass of the inquiry is not real positive. Would you agree? I don't think he'll be. I don't think the people that read that article will be going on buying tickets anytime soon. I like what the lovely Elizabeth has done. Uh, with tangled in Malaysia has brought us into the 20th century, which is a good thing. Now we have to make another leap later on, But at least to at least the lovely Elizabeth is getting some things done. Like the Ring of Honor. And one day, Tim McGee, you will be there. Ah, well, we'll see. We'll see. All right, Tim McGee. Good luck in the big match. The pickle ball match is being set up. Rocky and I against you and the segment. Me and the segment. We're ready, baby, but you are red. You have to. You have to agree to hit the ball, Not more than 50% of the time. I'll hit the ball 60% of the time It goes to fig 100% of the time when it comes to me 50% of the time when he goes the fake. Lastly, with the Bengals win on Sunday, I hold you to account Zimmer's in town. He lives in Independence, Kentucky. The bikes are in town. By the way, the vice are a favorite in Cincinnati to win, who wins the game on Sunday and give me the final score. Think the Bengals went 21 that's like 10, but I think it's also awful embarrassing that They are the underdogs. That's it's amazing to me. Well, disappointed. Very disappointed. We'll see what happens. Tim McGee, the great number 85 Thank you again for coming on the Bill Cunningham shin. I'll be listening on Sunday with you and the chick stir. All right, brother. Thank you, Tim McGee, the great number 85, so we'll see what occurs. Let's continue with more news at the bottom. Plus the President Joe Biden is allegedly going to speak about five o'clock today on a six point plan. To solve the delta variant. He's got issues everywhere, many of his own making And, uh, well, it's up to Tony Bender. Whether to carry that live at five o'clock. We'll see what happens. Let's continue with more bill coming in the great American Live at your over the Reds off today back at it tomorrow, they need to get some offense on news radio 700 wlw. Designer purses can cost hundreds. Even thousands of dollars and purse snatchers are always looking for them..

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03:27 min | 1 year ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And he actually said Sterling asked them. You know whether you know if somebody has the symptoms for Covid 19, what would you recommend? They do, and instead of things go and quickly get tested and get treatment. He actually said. Well, I think you should just wait a little while, maybe a few days. That's terrible advice. Early treatment saves lives, even if they don't use IBM Act in. There are monoclonal antibody treatments. It's imperative that those get done very quickly. And so for him to say that I thought that was really irresponsible. And then in addition, obviously with the ibex and I have an issue, really? He sounds like one of the doctors who just says, Well, if you get the sentence, just, you know, wait till you turn blue and then coming to the hospital. That's a horrible, horrible advice. So well I've ever met him is improved by the FDA for use in humans for very limited conditions, like on the scalp. Like I don't know what the hell scabies is, but I know I don't want to get them. I know what head lice is. Never had it don't want to get that either. But would you agree that I ever met him is not approved whatsoever for use of Covid 19. It is approved by the FDA for human use. But every time the media talks about ivermectin they make it sound like is for horses, which, of course it is. But it's also approved by the FDA for human use and certain categories. And the guy that discovered the use in 2015 received the Nobel Prize for medicine. That's not bad, but on the other hand, I get the idea that You should use it for head license Camby's and not for Covid 19. But on the other hand, Andrew, if you're near death, and you're going to die anyway, what the hell? Try something. Well, Here's the thing. Doctors are allowed to prescribe off label any medication that they think and help their patients. They are not limited they can utilize, And there's a lot of medications out there that have dual purposes, one of which is not approved by the FDA. But one other quick thing I want to cover is could you have your book or reach out to Dr Wag Shul, the doctor in question with the Westchester case, I think he would have a very different opinion than than Dr victim, but we will do then that's the doctor from Dayton. Correct. Correct. All right. I'm gonna tell Tony Bender to do that Wag Shaw. It's in the story. We can contact him and where about getting different opinions out There is not one way of looking at hardly anything. There's always multiple ways of looking at different issues. And with your permission, Andrew, I will do that. And the next day or two to see if Wag Shoal can come on because Jeffrey Smith understand is still alive. But he's languishing somehow on a ventilator and his near death and his wife wants to try it. And what the hell do you have to lose? You might lose the patient. We might lose the patient anyway. And there is a minority view point that I've ever met him. Some of these other things might be used. But it's not the majority viewpoint. And Andrew. Thank you for your call. And God bless Madera. Thank you. Let's continue with more if the line becomes available 513749 7000 up next as Jeff and many others, but I'm going to get a hold of Dr Wag showed us if you'll come on to talk about why he considers I've ever met him to be a good treatment. I think monoclonal monoclonal antibodies are really good treatment and it's intravenously applied. Let's get your reaction 513749 7000 and more. So, Cunningham home of your reds teetering but not yet have fallen on news radio 700 w all over you. Your morning shower. There's the soaping, the shampooing and the rinsing. It's time.

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:59 min | 1 year ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"All are not completely objective. So when something happens if our biases that Oh, I thought the vaccine caused that I'm going to report that and say it did, if my biases that it didn't I may not report it. So either way, there's going to be biased there, so it's a problematic situation. It's not the best scientific evidence we have, but it's important to collect that data. Dr. Fact. Obama let's move on to Children. Uh, we we, uh, the On Friday, the Centers for Disease Control issued something called the Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. And they went through a year from August of 2020 through August of 2021. In that time frame, it reported that there were a total of eight Children. In America who died of Covid 19. That's eight out of 72 million and also related that analysis reveals there were 1790 hospitalizations of patients below the age of 18 over that same time reporting. And so when I look at the response in schools to, uh to covid, 19 and the mask wearing in the separation, practically everyone I listened to Dr Michael lost her home and Dr Anthony Fauci and others talk about how these cloth masks. One of them is to my right. Are told, are 5 to 10% effective at the transmission of the virus, And that is the cloth mask is the one warning schools assuming that, according to CDC, eight Children have died of Covid 19, and over a year that's not on the top. 20 or 30 of causes of death of Children, which is, you know, number one cause of death or accidents and choking and drowning and all that kind of stuff. So it's literally one in a million of American Children have died of Covid 19. Why has there been this reaction in the schools when the rest are so small? Well, because the virus is like this that are passed through the air are often really driven by our Children, so Children get the infection. They may not get very sick, but they bring it home to their parents. Their parents get sick, some of them get very sick. And then Grandma and Grandpa are next door. Neighbors get sick and some of them can get sick and die. So while it may not affect Children in the same way that it affects adults, it is part of the problem of a pandemic, and we cannot deny That if there were no infections going on, then the older citizens in our community, Grandma and grandpa would be much safer. So I think that's why people are talking a lot about Children. And how we need to try and lower the rates of infection and Children if we can I think that's really the main reason it's not simply because were Concerned that many Children will be now that's to say with this particular Delta outbreak. Those numbers are not necessarily reflective of this current outbreak where we're seeing more Children hospitalized. So that really reflects the prior Strains of covid, and we'll have to see what will the numbers look like with Delta based upon some of the reporting in some of the data? It's probably going to be a little worse. Is it going to be like it is an adults? Of course not. Children are are much more able to get over this kind of viral infection than older people. Right now. Dr Victor Bam! I'm watching your friend Dr. Scott Gottlieb headed up the FDA on squat box on Friday morning, and he had the number of about 80% of Americans are either naturally immune are vaccinated. And that he had great confidence as you do. I think that the vaccine will work against Delta against Alpha against Moo and against Lambda, and so, uh, because we have 80% or more that either naturally immune or are vaccinated. He made the comment and I want to get your comments on it here in the tri state that he would not anticipate there to be a great outbreak in the future because of the 80 to percent or so And he said among the older folks People with Tony benders age above 65 70 and running the old folks that the number is closer to 90%. And and then they anticipate getting the booster approved either. After September 20th the first of October, and here we go again, and I'm going to get that third booster. My doctor told me to get it and I'm going to get it. I got the first one. I got the second and I'll get the third one. If you tell me to get the fourth one. I'm getting the fourth one. Whatever it is, I'm getting it. But do you hear in the tri state? You're my favorite patient, Bill. You're a good person. I keep getting shots. I said, give me more shots. I don't give me more shots. I'm not going to go to my account and argue with him about the oil depletion allowances. He knows it's his deal. So in your deal in the tri state because about 80% of all of us are either naturally immune vaccinated and the and the one at risk category might be 90%. Would you do you buy into those numbers? And does that mean that even if Children have higher infection rates because the pool of available individuals at risk is so small, we're not going to have that big of a problem in the future. Yea or nay. Yeah, I'm tending to lean in that direction and as a student of history, looking at The great influenza pandemic of 1918 1919. There were three major waves that occurred Last one was smaller. The second one was the big one. And then there were a couple of small blips after that, about six months later or so, but no real big outbreaks anywhere around the world. And I think that because we had changed things a little bit with this particular pandemic. By being more effective at locking down and staying away from each other better communication than they did 100 years ago. I think we changed this a little bit, so we've had Four waves, although honestly, the first one was very small in most places around the world because we locked down And so I tend to agree that I think that this could be the last big wave that we see of this virus. Certainly in this country, whether that's true worldwide every you know, every country has a different trajectory of how people have been infected, So it's quite possible..

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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09:52 min | 1 year ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I looked around Nippert Stadium or Dr Carl Fiction bomb is How do you see infectious health? You see hospital system and there were 35,000 desperate bear Cat fans 99% without a mask, And then I looked all over. I watch college football from Los Angeles to Ohio State to Florida. Millions of college football fans belly to belly cheek to jail. And no one had a mask on. Plus, there were many questions about Ivor Mactan and also the comments of some of the callers to Mike McConnell earlier today, a man with all the answers is Dr Carl Fiction Bomb and Dr Victim Bomb. Welcome again. And the Bill Cunningham Show and Doc, How are you? I'm okay. How are you? I'm doing well now. Can I ask you some questions that my listeners I'm sure you'd like to spend every day listening to me, especially on Sunday nights and Monday through Friday, But probably you don't listen to all the questions. So can I ask you a few of the questions asked by my audience that they can dispel the doubts about what to do or what not to do. Are you prepared? Yeah, sure. All right. The fireworks happen on Sunday and there were about 500,000 desperate people on both sides of the High River. The great majority, probably 95%, or more had no mask on. And we also have the situation in college football and which millions millions of desperate college football fans stood belly to belly and watch victories by Ohio State and Notre Dame. And you, ClA and then right there in your bailiwick. Nippert Stadium was packed and stacked 35 to 40,000 and I would say few people had a mask on What is your reaction to that relative to Covid 19? What's going to happen The next 3 to 5 days. Well, I think we're going to see continuing rather the delta infection because we've been seeing a big spike in Ohio. And we were a little bit behind some of the other states that are now declining. I don't know whether the gains that were made when they were declining will be lost by weekend festivities. But whenever lots of people gather together And nobody's wearing masks and people are in close proximity. There's chance for the virus to spread. And so if, in fact the virus is spreading, you would anticipate Which everyone's I believe it is. Everyone says it is. And the infectious period is it 3 to 6 Days? Is that when the period is that if you're exposed normally 3 to 6 days later you have you have an outbreak. I would anticipate by this weekend, all hell is gonna break loose. Yeah. I mean, usually the period of what we call incubation is anywhere between two and seven days. And it seems to be a little bit faster with Delta compared to some of the original strains or other variants, so I would agree that we would Expect to see rising rates if there was significant transmission at these events. Now I'm listening to one of Mike McConnell's calls this morning in a A person made the comment that if you've been exposed to Covid And you have the antibodies that that's as good as getting a vaccine. There was an Israeli study that seems to indicate you're better off to get the infection and be solve it yourself rather than the vaccine. So first can you comment on whether or not If one is survived Covid 19, generally with mild or no symptoms, you're as well off as if you get the shot. Yeah, I don't think that there's enough data to support that. Either way. There are some studies which suggest that when you get a vaccine that the kind of antibody response response you get is broader. Is a little bit more developed, and therefore potentially better. If you take every single individuals, some people are very mild disease. Some people have no symptoms. Some people have more severe disease, and the antibody response differs in every person. So I think it's really, really hard to take all of the information and to make any sweeping generalization that getting in fact, it is just as good as getting a vaccine or vice versa. I think the jury is still out and we we really don't know that and I think it's hard for anyone individual to say, Well, I got it, so I'll be protected from the next variant. Well, if someone has the T cells, and the B cells have won some of these rock current Certs, you have to have a requirement of either proof that you got the shot or a recent tests. So if you have a recent test that's properly done, maybe at a doctor's officer with the hospital. I don't trust the Maybe I shouldn't say this to Walgreens of the CBS testing, You buy off the shelf. I kind of trust the doctor, My doctor. As Dean, Caracas and Dr Fisher at Christ to tell me what to do. I rely upon doctors for medical advice. I don't rely upon Dr Google for medical advice. Although Dr Google is pretty good. I want a real live flesh and blood doctor to tell me what to do. And so, uh, if one is already taken a good test, and they have the antibodies in their system, they have a good T cells and B cells and a bunch of other cells. To fight it off. Should you still be required to get the vaccination? Well, I do think it's probably advisable that people get vaccinated because we just don't know what the response really is. It's hard to know in an individual person. So to try and create a policy and say, Well, if you've had covid you don't need a vaccine. I don't know that That would be the smartest thing for us to do because you have to ask yourself. What's the harm? Of the vaccine, and since the vaccine is very well tolerated. Millions and millions of people have gotten it and very few side effects. There is a potential benefit to the individual who may have had covid before. Maybe they didn't develop the best response. Maybe they did. We just don't know. So getting the vaccine to me makes good sense from a public health perspective and also from an individual perspective. Since, although we like to believe that we know our bodies. The truth is that we really don't understand our own immune systems very well and we don't know how we're going to react to the next Infection, and Dr Carl picked Obama. You see him? You made the comment about what harm can it do? There's a as you know, veers via a ER s as a government website that deals with the adverse reaction of vaccine. According to one media account, there were about 11,000 people who died after getting the vaccine. Now you can't say whether I'd because of that, or whether something else happened. And so there's something in the population listening to you and I right now that many believe that there's a sense that if you get the vaccine, there's a chance of you dying from the vaccine. How legitimate is that concern? Well, it's not legitimate from the Bears database because The problem with that is that it's reporting only when people want to report so no one reports every single vaccine ever given. So you don't have the millions of doses given where no one had a side effect to balance those who people reported a side effect. And of course, whenever somebody has something happened to them, which is not good. People are more likely to report that whether there is a true cause, and, in fact is very hard to say, because you have to remember in many of those 11,000 people. Some of them are advanced in age and all of us Going to Paso ahead at some point in time. Whether it was related to the vaccination or not, is really hard to determine when you look at something like that. And anyone can report to that database if you don't have to be a physician or healthcare provider to report You can simply report information. How complete that information is varies from case to case So I think the database is very useful if there is a rarer unusual side effect occurring with the vaccine. That might go get the attention of the FDA or other health officials to look more carefully. But I think trying to determine that a vaccine is good or no good looking at that particular databases very hard. So someone like Tony Bender, my producer if he has a bad reaction to his vaccine. He as a person can react and report that Deviers even though it could be food poisoning. It could be a cold, It could be whatever Person can report so you don't trust those numbers. I don't trust that They're going to tell us cause and effect. I believe the numbers that are reported. But I think there are many, many other explanations, which may explain why someone might have had something happened to them. You know, people often report you know someone got a vaccine. Four weeks later they died. Was that really the result of the vaccine? Um, it's hard to know, and it's very hard to tease out. With the information provided and bears and there is no control group. There's no group of people similarly match similar age and in particular, uh, healthcare providers blinded because we all have biases..

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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 Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:22 min | 1 year ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hour, his House majority leader bill Sites, taken umbrage with the governor Mike DeWine, for vetoing parts of the budget, which included the ability to buy fireworks in the state of Ohio simply, you can't set them off. Well, saying we're going to sell you beer, but you can't drink it. And so bill sites is going to come on about an hour to talk about that later on, also is Tony benders. Good friend Wayne Allyn Root. Wayne Allyn Root. He's in favor. Believe it or not of reparations for black Americans, So we'll talk about that later, but until then, This has been among the most exciting times to be a Reds fan. Maybe going back to 2012 2013 where the Reds at this point or four games out of first place, three in the loss column, Having I say swept the brew crew. They lost the first game, but the next three games are critical, and there won every game as if it was in the playoffs. So a man with perspective on this is the one and only Lance McAllister, who walks in the shoes of Tom Gamble and Lance McAllister. Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham Show and Lance, How are you? Well, I am recovering from a very emotional draining reds weekend but ultimately a very satisfying Reds weekend. I'm glad you and are together. I want to talk about all the things that we've discussed in the past. I want to talk about all the current issues. I want to have your predictions on the second half of the season. We need to go over the roster. Each of the players who succeeded and who failed. What letter grade. Do you give each player and the pitching staff? And, of course, the manager David Bell, I think is doing a great job. I taught that kid how to hit some 35 years ago. I'm now teaching him how to manage like I managed the bull tanks and Thomas funeral home, other great teams, So we're going to talk. We're going to start early and finish late. Number one. Give me the one or two most shocking, surprising positive things that happen with their Cincinnati Reds and the so called first half of the season. Well, I think it's going to be the performance of Jesse Winker and Nick Castellanos early on those to carry this team. They hoisted the franchise up on their shoulders. Nick is that was a more proven player to begin the year than Jesse. But both of them is kind of signified the kind of the mentality of this team and the embrace of this city. They're fun to watch their grinders. And Nick has that I don't give a bleep attitude that I think this city has been waiting for out of a player and I've said this before the the impact that great On hat on the right at 1999. He walked into that clubhouse and with a stare, he kind of said We're going to do it a different way, because your way has been a losing way. There's that similar vibe with Nick Castillo knows he just doesn't care what the rest of baseball thinks, and he's not afraid to say it, but more importantly, he backs it up on the field. I think those in in a has the biggest example they're going to be on the showcase event of the All Star Game tomorrow night. I think they're the story the first half I'm going to have on the Hall of Famer Marty Brennaman a day or two. He's going to clear his schedule to come on. He talks about 1999 that Greg Vaughn was the most intimidating player the Reds ever had because you didn't want to cross Greg Vaughn. And when you came into the dugout, having not run out of all the first base on a routine ground ball, Greg Vaughn was in your face. It's sad that our leader Lit up the Reds that one play in game when they did not do well in Milwaukee came back home. But secondly, Castellan is does it a different way? He's like Clint Eastwood. He's got that steel look in his eye. He doesn't yell and scream and shout, But I am told that when Winker came in the ninth inning struck out, of course, by the way, I think he's zero for 18 Winker is against left handers. And he's not been hitting at all of the past month, and Castellon has looked at Winker and said, I got this. That's the kind of guy I want batting right there. Yes and Willie, another example to back that up. A couple of weeks ago, Vladimir Gutierrez had a rough first inning. I think he walked in a run or two wild patron run comes in, and if he went to the dugout, he threw his mid and Castano's. As the story goes, walked over to him and kind of put his hand on his chest and says, Get in this game. I want seven innings from you and Gutierrez kind of like shrugged his shoulders, shook his head, and Nick said, No. Tell me you're going to Give us seven innings, and he made him verbalize it And it's those little cues like that. And then you wrap it together into how, um and I know it's cliche. But how will this team plays together? How much they enjoy in his really cliche, but how much they enjoy each other's company? I think there is, and that's why I tie it back to the 1919, which had a mix of Veterans, Young guys career years, and you just kind of rolled it all together with attitudes like you know Sean Casey to Greg Vaughn lighthearted to a grinder, and I think we're seeing something similar at work Right now we've got to talk about in the month of July. Who's coming back with the Reds? But segment just handed this to me. Trevor Powers in big trouble with big risks. After being accused of sexually assaulting a woman and his home in April and May. The Dodgers pitcher is now facing investigations by the police. Major League baseball, etcetera. The private investigator hired by Trevor Bauer. Is a man named Russell Green, who is the father of Reds pitching prospect Hunter Green. Your reaction? Um, one. It is interesting to me that the Dodgers have taken since that steps to distance themselves from him. They've already cancelled his August I think it's August 19th bobblehead night over a month away. They have pulled all his his items from the team shop and all his items off line. You can't go to Dodgers calm and by Trevor Bauer, member of the Any more jerseys, hats, gloves, You name it on 100..

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:23 min | 1 year ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Here in Hamilton County City, Cincinnati, would always asserted, But now they're paying off claims. They're giving up sovereign immunity when one of their employees commits a negligent act. They're kind of giving up on that, because it's good public policy to pay those things off, but But in reality, this thing's going to last a long time. It's going to go Surfside collapsed. They were notified 30 35 years ago it was sinking. It was built in a marshy area. Secondly, the lawsuit filed six years ago gave further notice and then the building inspector said that he was suspicious of the building. And so at this point, I would think if you're indeed, county Or if you're in Surfside, The first thing you want to do at some point is check all the other buildings there were built in the 19 eighties. Plus, you got the issue of being so near the ocean. That sea salt is a problem Plus you in an area that's had numerous hurricanes come through That way. You put it all together. And maybe maybe there was notice this thing was going to happen. But I like the comment by many that in America, this does not occur unless airliners fly into a building generally of building does not collapse on its own without some outside influences. I don't think there's any gas lines available. I lived in Miami and I have a home in Naples. And there's no gas lines because you don't need gas generally because it doesn't get any Cooler than about 45 or 50 degrees. And so I don't see a gas line explosion And the most likely thing is just deterioration of the filaments inside the cement that cracked and then gave way. That's the most likely thing but down the road. We'll see what happened now. Secondly, Your law firm Freaking Myers and rule put out a A column written by a fine law clerk about the U. S Supreme Court decision. My good friend. Nurse Tony Bender has very athletic Children that are gonna look forward to participating at the University of Kentucky, making lots of money using their images and UK Kentucky just passed a law that said that football players, basketball players gymnasts whatever. Can take advantage of their image. So kind of without getting too deep in the legalese. What did the U s Supreme Court rule and what impact does it have on Tony benders? Children? Yeah. Turn by. Turn here. Good set up. You know what you're doing? Not your first rodeo, huh? A few. Let's let's talk about. Uh, yeah. Good old Spencer Campbell. Quick shot out, put together. Really nice, quick post in shameless plug, indulge before a second Willie for any listener that wants a nugget. It is information about anything, especially Ruling about employment claims with more specifically the law in general on ECA Mars website Death, um or dot law. You go on their school at the bottom is our blog hit, Subscribe and truly Spencer in this case, or anyone else that contribute to the blog takes all of these, and I'm looking at it now. 40 yard pages of Supreme Court justices popping off the mouth and gives you a couple paragraphs with what you need to know. So let me tell you what you do need to know. Give it to me. I'm laid on you because it is two parts. Essentially, they try to what we call split the baby a little physical reference. This is what the Supreme Court does a lot now They kind of punt. They want to hedge their bets. Find this is what they determined First, they kind of gave a quasi win to the students because they said, All right, we understand that you're generally being exploited. You absolutely are. But we can't give you a free ticket to be paid astronomical amount because the first purpose of what you're doing a student athletes emphasis on students who were there for pedagogical purpose offensively, although we know that's not always the case. But they did say you're allowed to get unlimited amounts. As long as it relates to education. That was a cause I win for the students. The other part of this, Willy and for the listeners to know was the partial win. For the N C double way, which was that they did permit that the is permitted to limit the amount for direct scholarships and aid. In other words, the biggest takeaway is that in the headlines kind of miss concerned, it's not surprisingly right. This wasn't an all out victory for the students at all. In any way. It was more so a partial win for both in the sense that there's some element approaching parents for the student to incentivize them. To really use their bodies for the benefit of the N C. W A Austin, La Puma Tony Bender thinks his kids are going to become millionaires at UK and I'm saying no, That's not the case because I read the synopsis of the decision and essentially said that if you're a student athlete, you get books, tuition, and you can also get computers. You can get additional aid, but it's all relatable to being a student. But you don't get a check in the mail. Correct. You do not get a check in the mail. They are still prohibited from direct payments. Willie they can knock out their checkbook and write a big fat check made payable to Tony benders, kids that they cannot not with the rule of law set and there it goes. He was going to retire and is one daughter is a great gymnast. And so there's no money in that. But they can't get extra academic assistance not given to other students because of the money they bring to the university. Exactly. You want to talk about money because I know that, you know, follow the Almighty dollar right in the beginning of opinion, Willie. Like I said, I write it for you, The only person that get me too, and I'll be brief. Is the astronomical amounts that this cartel and I said cartel with the reason that's what they were called in the opinion is making March madness alone. $1.1 billion generated. The college playoff just the playoff 470 million. So when you talk about the uniqueness in this situation will in no other type of industry would it level of at best. Exploitation at war, straight predation be permitted, and that's effectively what the Supreme Court decided as well. And you can imagine that the additional football playoffs are going to generate overeat over a billion $100 million every year in additional income and the players the workers receive little or nothing of that chunk..

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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

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Was everything I dreamed of. Didn't matter was a small station. Just this was Huh? General Manager calls you know, going at nine. It's about quarter to nine. And he says to me, Okay, good luck to us and thank you. And then he said, what name you're gonna use. So, what you talking about? You said you can't use Larry Zeiger. My name is Eiger. Had it legally changed later. That's what you mean. He says Zeiger. They won't remember it. You wanna have a spell it? It's too ethnic. Now you could use any name. There's a lot of work, but I'm going on in 10 minutes. What am I gonna do? And he had the Miami Herald Open and there was an ad for Kings wholesale liquor. And he said, How about Larry King? OK, America Now I go in. I sit down nine o'clock. I got the music ready. Let's sell guards swinging down the lane. And I'm gonna fade the music and talk over the music like all this jockeys do Another laptop. Don't fade the music turn on the microphone. Nothing comes out. Bring the music up again. Fade music. Nothing comes up. Now, If you're listening at home, all your hearing is, huh? And I looked at the clock. It was like, four minutes after nine and I said to myself, you know Don't have the guts. I wanted it, but I can't do it. I'm too nervous, and so I'll never have a career. All that went through my mind sitting there. Was sweating, scared to death. That was up May 1st 1957. And the door to the control room kicked open. It was Marshall Simmons. The general manager's station will gave me my name. And he said, this is a communications business deck, communicate. He slammed the door and what I did that day is something I would do to this day and that I will advise any student to do. I turned on the mike and say Good morning. My name is Larry King. That's the first time I've ever said that. I've just been given that name. This is my first day on the air all my life. I wanted to be on the air. I'm sitting here with my music and I can't wait for this and I was scared. And I was too scared to talk. And the general manager just kicked open the door. He said. Damn it. This is a communications business community. So all I did was tell the audience exactly what had just happened. Why I didn't speak. Why I got the new name How the general manager kicked Open the door, and I learned something that day. But if you're honest with the audience, you can never go wrong. Never. For example, if you were listening that day, any mistake I made if I cued the wrong record. If I flubbed a commercial, it's a it's his first day. His notice is this first day, so I would do that. Someone said, What would you do? If there was a fire in the studio? I would say there's a fire in the studio. Well, you know, someone asked. What if you were walking down the hall at NBC? Someone grabbed, Jin said Tom Brokaw sick You're on. I would say I was walking down the hall and someone just grabbed me and said Tom broke a second I'm on and I'll try to do that. You can't go wrong. That was my first down the air, But I always wanted it. I was when I was a kid. I was That right there. Is why he had such a long distinguished career. Because he was honest with the audience. Honest with the audience. And I'm just that That would happen that interview. The deal with those university students was, I think it was eight years ago. I remember come across that and listen to it, and I thought Yes. If I have, you know, I I I kind of long to do this as well. Long toe just, you know, do a radio show. I got the opportunity to folks here, DJ Hodge and, uh, You know Ryan Hart, Scott Reinhardt and Tony Bender and Bill Cunningham and Rocky Boy Woman you know, gave me a shot to just do some film and work here. And I just remember that that's the best advice. I've got an even from my job, But this is insane Choir. Um, And that's I've always had that approaches you. Obviously We're in the business of telling the truth, but to me, you know, he wasn't just telling the truth about the subject or whatever he was working, you know, you know. Interviewing or the topic he was, and he wrote a newspaper column to that he was, you know, talking about on the air or writing about his newspaper column. Um, but he would take that a step further and just be himself and honest and open with the ID. So I absolutely love that. And that is my Tribute to One of the great TV and radio personalities of all time and will will always be of, you know no matter what, through the generations to come. Larry King dead at 87. Let's get another break news radio 700 wlw from.

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"When we look at that, and when we referenced Brandenburg, which talked about the intensive speech The imminent of lawlessness and a lot of lawlessness. Willie When you look at that test House, then the intent that day based on what preceded it. It appears basically that it could rise to that level. What about the double standard? What's acceptable to some is not acceptable to others. They were in large numbers of Democrats, including vice president to be Kamila Harris, who raised money. For those getting out on bond, who burned down Minneapolis and there were many times taking to the streets getting their face. I can recall Maxine Waters get in their face and restaurants and gasoline stations practically every Democrat. There's like 47 examples. I have of the Democrats telling people taking to the streets do what you got to do. We got to change the country. The idea the Democrats are held to a different standard than Republicans. And that's where the laws got to come in and make the differential. The law has got to mean something. And when Rudolph Giuliani said there must be trial by combat Trial by combat. That's another issue. Donald Trump Jr talked about fighting like hell. Don't let them do this. You had the president, raising his right hand and a fist like gestured. He used the word fighting or fight about seven or eight times. He wanted. A fight to take place is that I'll walk with you down Pennsylvania Avenue. Now the president would say that's freedom of speech on the president. I can do what I wanna do. And But the law on this area is a little iffy is between the 40 in the 40 yard line. It depends politically what side you fall on his toe. What the outcome might be. I contend that it would be a horrible thing for America to put a former United States president in jail. Normally that we've never locked up one of our former leaders. And so what would politics Austin playing in this a little bit, too? Willie Apophis plays into everything now from literally going online. Just trying, take a dog walk. And here Lee were bombarded by politics, but what we have to do it, take it one step at a time and recognized the fundamental distinction. Reference. A lot of these political people out there that are saying go to the streets take action under the wall, and that's the analysis. That dollar now is right now. It is essential imperative and failure to recognize the key word being imminent. There is a huge distinction. And you know what I'm thinking back to the day that was trying to pay attention to the law student, you know, hoping my professors don't hear this. But there was one example that I always remember and last time to back in con law with my teacher that There's a big difference between take to the street versus Take to the streets right now and go down March, Toe otr and burn the place down. That's different. The difference is that you can generally paint with a broad brush and even face him inflammatory things, but really legally what you cannot do, including the president, especially the president. Cannot go and reference with specificity. Bash Sean of Democracy, which is the capital Go down there. And take it back. So stop this deal is what he said. Stop the steel. They're stealing going on. And then there were counting the electoral ballots that which is the sacred constitutional duty, And that is what was to be disrupted. Now. Time is short. Austin a Puma. Let me ask you this about Twitter and Facebook and Google and all the rest parlor. I'm watching this morning Judge Jeannine Pirro that Tony Bender loves to watch, And she made the reference that our first Amendment rights are being evaporated and I'm looking at her saying. Man. Are you wrong? Explain why the first Amendment doesn't apply to Twitter, Facebook or power will. Amen. You know, Remember that movie back in like 2000 Erin Brockovich with Julia Roberts. Remember that? No. She went around and fought against toxic Cos I die aggressed. The reason I mentioned that is often were so guilty of this warriors are there's a quote in there that says Why you make things so complicated that are complicated. And you know what? In this specific area. It's not complicated, folks. Here's the reality. You're going to hear so many different talking at so many different things. But guess what? It's this simple. A private corporation is incapable of infringing on free speech. You know why? Because they're not the government and the First Amendment does not apply. Twitter Google Parlor. Olive garden. Whomever can go ahead and say, Hey, you can't say that in here. Hey, you can't do that in here. Hey, You can't tweet that from here That is the reality. It's that simple. Private businesses are not government entities. And so it Twitter confer. Any reason good reason. Bad reason along is not prohibited by law. What would you say? OK, let's say they say we're not gonna let black people on Twitter. Well, now you got a problem. That's the 1964 Civil Rights Act. However, they can say You know what we're going to. We're going to keep off individuals who are conservatives. Because conservatives are not covered by the 1964 Civil rights Act, etcetera and its progeny, and therefore, when I hear lawyers, including former judges talk about the First Amendment and Twitter, my eyes roll back in my head. Yeah, you and I, both my friend because there is a difference. It's about informing the American people off What the law actually is. We live in a society that values diversity in opinions and schools of thought, But what we cannot do it continued toe beaten to a bloody pulp. To complete fallacy and misinformation about the Constitution, which unfortunately is actually being desecrated in so many ways, you know, I guess I'm I'm catch. I'm a political observer. But for the last several months, the left him and talking about defunding the police when he'd less police And now they deplore the lack of police on the Capitol somewhat inconsistent and Kamila Harris and the summer help set up a fund to free on bond. Those who burned down Minneapolis there numerous quotes and cuts of practically every Democrat when the riots were going on, and not and Nancy Pelosi was asking July. Would you comment about this? She said. People do what people do. It's like no big deal. CNN commentators would say riots are the language is used by those not heard by the unheard. And so maybe the Trump supporters were paying attention to CNN. Numerous examples have existed of the double standard. Some violence is worse than other violence. How about the autonomous zone said happened in Seattle with the warlord Raz Simone and his armed thugs with absolute impunity took over a part of Seattle and also Portland, There were four shootings. Two deaths destroyed or vandalize thousands of state and federal public monuments all over the country, including some in Washington, D C. Surrounded the White House fences were put up. Washington D. C was burning. Hundreds of buildings were looted and the Democrats that their convention did nothing. No condemnation whatsoever. It ignored the ignored it because it fit a political purpose of the Democrats. That doesn't justify it all. I criticize it all those who walked into the capital and vandalize it should be prosecuted and those in Washington, D. C. Who burned a tried to burn down the Episcopal Church there and vandalized.

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"January, 6th told the rioters where the offices were and what to do, because there's been a Democratic Congress person, a woman who said that she wants it investigated that there were some Republican congressman the day before that had public tours, which would assist the riders. The next day. Is that possible. Uh, it doesn't. It doesn't seem likely to me. I would hope that that is not the case by all means, And if it is then that person should be person or persons should be flushed out and removed from Congress. I don't know if that happened, but keep in mind. Democrats said that included with Russia and, you know, they said, a lot of things that aren't true. And they do it pretty regularly, and we're going through a time. Right now. You know what you know Nancy Pelosi put in metal detectors so members of Congress before we walked onto the house floor had to go through medical detective manic Metal metal detector. Sorry, And although we have we have seen where she's now put in, where will be no amendments, no motion to reach MIT. She's cheese, limiting our voice once again, along with big check, by the way. Just just cutting our voice out. She also put in that if you're on the floor without a mask, that's a $500 fine. And the first time in $2500 the second time, I believe that's the figure and, you know, look, we have members of Congress have been offered the vaccine. I've taken it. I've gotten both doses. Don't really see you need to be having to wear a mask. And isn't that the goal of what we're after? It's crazy. They put in these things now you're not supposed to use any term that implies gender. Like Father. Mother, Brother, sister daughter. It's amazing. So you know, I guess when it comes to what we were on the floor, you know, we're supposed to wear a tie. Well, the women don't have to. So I guess we don't have to be gender. You cannot believe the things that they are doing. Which really have no positive effect on behalf of the American people. Just declare yourself to be a woman, after all the character deeply about diversity, and they need a woman president on one hand, But on the other hand, they say, gender doesn't matter. But on the other hand, it does matter on her website, Nancy Pelosi said she's a wife and a mother and a grandmother. I think she's violating her own rule. Well, I think you have even commented on the year that the gentleman who's a reverend, giving the prayer and finished with a men and a woman. Amen is it does not like then, And the guy's name is Emanuel. So maybe he needs to change. His name fan is in, isn't it? I mean, I cannot believe this is what we're dealing with and the halls of Congress today, but what we are, and I hope America wakes up to it because there are plenty of Americans out there that want to go to work on behalf of the American people each and every day and not be bogged down by this silliness. Congressman Brad went strip. Thank your statements on your website. I'm gonna ask Tony Bender to put it up on ours and we'll see See what happens, but going to be in for a rough ride, especially the 1st 100 days. But maybe delaying the Biden and Jen is not necessarily a bad thing, but we'll see. Congressman. Thank you very much for coming on the bill cutting him showing my friend will do it again. Thank you. Thank you. God bless you. Let's go. Let's continue your comments of any 513749 7000 bill cutting him news radio 700 wlw. I'm Scott Sloan..

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"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

07:34 min | 2 years ago

"tony bender" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"See him out there with a bullhorn directing people to break down the capital doors, but Guess the Democrats are really nervous about something. We'll get into that more is the evening continues right now, my great honor to welcome back into the program. A guy we've had on many, many times, and you've heard him many, many times on these very airwaves, in fact, for almost 30 years He has been a mainstay of 700 W, well w broadcast and all across the country as a commercial airlines aviation expert and is a stock day trading guy. And he's just he's a somebody. I called a friend now. Jay Ratliff. Good evening. Well, good evening, And the honor is mine, My friend. So, 30 years on 700 wlw. Well, 30 years in the market of Cincinnati, Okay, Jerry Thomas in the 1990 wanna guess? 55 K r C That was it. And do you know who his Coke court was them? I'm not sure was. Can Anderson no kid? Yep, That's when Kenny was in the studio with him. I would show up with doughnuts and can What about not Jerry overcoming form? So, but I learned a lot and there was a new guy they hired just recently. That kind of showed me the ropes named Tony Bender. And it was who's here with us now? Absolutely. Yeah. So it Z He was. He was a good coach. And, yeah, I mean again, it was. It was fun, because any time I can talk about aviation and travel tips and and to try to take a little mystery out of the Somewhat complex it times. Airline industry was always fun, and I can't remember if it was rich King or Gary King that tonight show in the evening it KRC. I was on with him frequently from During his evening show, and he did that through the nineties and then the team www 4001 and started the morning show with Jim Scott and January 2005 some kicking off my 17th year. On the morning show, And that was when You're a parks and the ritual. Berg asked me if I'd be interested in being on three times the morning covered aviation, and I said I didn't want to be the John Phillips. You know, just talking about travel delays that boring But if we could talk about the fun stuff I said, Yeah. Then I'm all for that and started working for Fox in 2000. I think five or six after the Comair crash have been working with Fox News since then, as well. It's fun. It's zany fun topics, not the sad ones. It's It's a lot of fun. It's an amazingly blessed life that you have lived and I know that you are very, very grateful. Incredibly self and feel blessed by God. Because of this, this experience J. But like so many of us There are times you have to reinvent yourself in this life. You know you either keep living it and you find a new way to apply the things that you've learned. To keep going, and you had to do that, too. And a great piece that I saw from Andy Furman and talking about You talking about your experiences after you left Northwest Airlines? Can you kind of run through that a little bit? I can, But first was, it's always good to hear Andy on the air paradigm last night with you. It takes you back to a time that you just just love but that was 38 years old when my position was eliminated with Northwest Airlines. Was a general manager at the Dayton International Airport. They had offered me jobs around the country and I don't want to take it because my daughters live with my ex wife and spring room, so I adopted to just take the Somewhat generous payout They gave me and you know off, I went, but, yeah, they kind of kicked me to the curb. They did Northwest Airlines, and that's when I decided to take my part time love of the stock market and try to turn it into a full time. Endeavor where I could, you know, maybe make his much is Northwest Airlines was paying me to time 50 or $60,000 a year and I thought, if I could do that trading stocks, it would be it would be great. The problem was, I had to sell pretty much everything. I had moved into a motel room at the Dayton International Airport at the Travel Lodge there. And I was there for 10 years trying to allow figure out how to make the stock market work. I delivered newspapers in the morning from you know, four in the morning. Yeah, Yeah, Let's let's go through this day of yours. You're delivering newspapers and four o'clock in the morning. You're living in a hotel room. The Travelodge motel difference between hotels, motels. Okay, four am, you're out delivering papers. And you do that until win. 7 30 had get back to the back to Van Dalia and I'd sleep from 7 30 till 9 30. The opening bell would ring at 9 30. I'd worked till four and watching the market and again. I did have a lot of money in the beginning, So I'm just taking notes like some mad scientists watching the Markets move and trying to see if I can find out how it works and how I can use it. And then at 5 30 a reported to a place that Bill GM car seats from 5 30 at night until two or three in the morning. And then that would let me enough time to get back to the branch to deliver papers and kind of go from their size existing on a couple of hours of sleep a day through the week and I try to catch up on my sleep on the weekend, but Um, it was just a matter of how bad that I wanted it. And there were a lot of nights. You know, when you're there 2345 years living in this motel room. You're now in your forties, and you think that you really don't have anything of value that you've accumulated and you're wondering if my best days have been behind me. I was a travel coordinator for the Detroit Lions traveled the world with Northwest Airlines have done so many fascinating things for so many years. And there were many nights so you know that I would Wherever I was that it was a break it to the GM place where I just walk around thinking, you know, I'm working two jobs to try to make $25,000 a year. I'm killing myself And you'd think after 345 years If you haven't figured out the stock market by then it's time to quit. And there'd been a TV show on intervention back then I'd have been a candidate and you know they were gonna say that came and tried to rescue me out of that room. But The longer I was there, that the better. I was getting a trading stocks and you know when you're 40 50 60% successful and you see you're getting better to 70% and so on. George. If I could see it was just a matter of time before I could Go and use the stock market as a business and at 2003, and I was able to start seeing some things turn around, and he just changed my life and for a new is making 100 and 6200 plus trading stocks. From a laptop computer that I would take wherever I went. But that was the price I had to pay. And it was 10 years ago, 11 years ago that I started my company where I trained people around the world on the stock market. I get students and Asia, Australia and Europe and here in the United States, as I teach them what I've learned and a lot of information a lot more money than I ever did. What I was trading stocks, and it's fun to help people, you know, kind of reinvent themselves as far as the next chapter of their life, and it's uh, you know, I took the proceeds of what Had made last year in the market. My portfolio's up 17% whatever and put money on a house here in Georgia, outside of Savannah for Sherry and I, so we'll get home in Ohio and a home in the In a you know, in the Ohio and Georgia Home, Ohio home,.

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