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"treacher" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

The Charlie Kirk Show

05:25 min | 7 months ago

"treacher" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show

"Slash Charlie. 25 of the 26 cities and counties that receive the $1 million from Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life were one by Biden in 2020. The ten largest center for technology civic life grants in Georgia are the following Fulton Cobb gwinnett da cab. Clayton Douglas Cherokee won by Trump, Henry N muskeg. By mispronouncing of them, I'm sorry. I don't live in Georgia. The 9 out of ten of the biggest counties received massive money from Zuckerberg in fact Fulton county and Cobb county and gwinnett county received a combined $15 million. From the Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life for the actual administration of election. I know a lot of you are saying how on earth is this possibly legal, while the attorney general of Georgia didn't think to do anything about this? The Secretary of State Brad raffensperger was perfectly fine with this. Governor Brian Kemp signed a consent degree of Stacey Abrams that allowed the downfall of Georgia to occur. The federalists continues by saying the center for technology and civic life demanded the promotion of universal mail in voting through suspending election laws, extending deadlines that favored mail in over in person voting. I just want to reemphasize this. You have a private company or corporation or nonprofit funded with $420 million that comes in and demands the suspension of the law. Where the state legislatures this was in my opinion, one of the sneakiest, Treacher at most treacherous and deceitful actions but honestly, the state legislatures in Georgia, they did not meet in the summer of 2020 best of my knowledge about election integrity at all. The summer leading up to the election they should had a special session in July, they should have said hold on a second, we need to have a pregame meeting here. We gotta have a huddle. And this goes to show how weak incompetent and spineless the Republican Party is. If the Republican Party actually cared about winning elections, which sometimes they do, but they're so incredibly dumb, sometimes I don't know. Why do not why do you not have a special session? In July of 2020 in Arizona, in Georgia, in Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and just be like, hold on a second. We're in the midst of the Fauci virus Chinese coronavirus pandemic. We're about to have mail in ballots go everywhere. They're about to be mailed out. Can we have a couple hearings about this before we know what we're doing? Like can we slow down? Can we kind of have a what's the game plan here, right? Like who's in charge? Instead, these state legislatures, they, on vacation. They went to pine mountain or something, which was actually very nice. Or they went to I don't know where they went. But this is my and I say this privately all the time, and I'll say, I don't really care about saying it publicly. I don't mind is that these state legislatures and the leadership of these states they are either too lazy or too dumb to do anything? In the summer of 2020 and we're going to keep on going through the stories Mark Zuckerberg and yes, hopefully his organization will be held accountable. They probably won't be, he will definitely not be held accountable for any of this. But the real question is that the Republican states they were not solution oriented? They weren't thinking what was happening in front of them on how they could say almost like if Fulton county needs more money will appropriate more money from the legislature to get the election done. We're not all of a sudden gonna say stop administering the law because Zuckerberg is coming with a bunch of Zucker bucks. And they have these big Zucker boxes everywhere. Why didn't the legislature meet? No one can answer that question. I met with a bunch of Georgia state legislators. My goodness, you guys can do better. I asked them this question they said, well, we never really thought about that. What do you think about? And do you think? Very serious question. Arizona same thing. Why didn't you guys have a special session in June July and August, leading into the election? To kind of have a pre huddle meeting. What's going on? Where's the money coming from? Are we prepared for mail in ballots going the way they are? Why are we telling people they shouldn't vote in person? Let's get our communication strategy right. Let's make sure this election is conducted correctly. Let's appropriate more money if necessary. Let's try to get our election results in on election night. All these things would have, in my personal opinion, prevented a vast majority of this nonsense from happening. They could have had hearings all throughout the month of July. And you know what this would have done? This would have made it impossible for the media to ignore this story. It would have put them on defense. Instead, we have the story from Time Magazine we covered in great detail when it came out remember, the secret history of the shadow campaign that saved the 2020 election, while they were planning the takeover, Republicans were going on vacation in the summer of 2020. They could have been holding sessions they could have been issuing subpoenas. They could have been asking questions it's on them. And we're gonna go into more detail on how the center for technology and civic life interfered with the 2020 election to a great degree. But this is how I want to change the mindset of the Republican Party. Stop, taking excuses is answers from your spineless Republican.

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Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:05 min | 7 months ago

Democrats and Zuckerberg Had a Plan for Georgia, Republicans Didn't

"25 of the 26 cities and counties that receive the $1 million from Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life were one by Biden in 2020. The ten largest center for technology civic life grants in Georgia are the following Fulton Cobb gwinnett da cab. Clayton Douglas Cherokee won by Trump, Henry N muskeg. By mispronouncing of them, I'm sorry. I don't live in Georgia. The 9 out of ten of the biggest counties received massive money from Zuckerberg in fact Fulton county and Cobb county and gwinnett county received a combined $15 million. From the Zuckerberg center for technology and civic life for the actual administration of election. I know a lot of you are saying how on earth is this possibly legal, while the attorney general of Georgia didn't think to do anything about this? The Secretary of State Brad raffensperger was perfectly fine with this. Governor Brian Kemp signed a consent degree of Stacey Abrams that allowed the downfall of Georgia to occur. The federalists continues by saying the center for technology and civic life demanded the promotion of universal mail in voting through suspending election laws, extending deadlines that favored mail in over in person voting. I just want to reemphasize this. You have a private company or corporation or nonprofit funded with $420 million that comes in and demands the suspension of the law. Where the state legislatures this was in my opinion, one of the sneakiest, Treacher at most treacherous and deceitful actions but honestly, the state legislatures in Georgia, they did not meet in the summer of 2020 best of my knowledge about election integrity at all. The summer leading up to the election they should had a special session in July, they should have said hold on a second, we need to have a pregame meeting here. We gotta have a huddle. And this goes to show how weak incompetent and spineless the Republican Party is.

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"treacher" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

05:24 min | 8 months ago

"treacher" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"Beck giving him. I told you so cops bringing the csi team in sweep the house. They find c. Four on the bed. Melissa gets interview about cops. She says she asked him about the allegations and he became mccleary different person that he raped her and forced her to help him kill sophie or he'd cut her boobs off a weird choice. It's such an odd thing to say. What an odd remark would fit like those guys who call you. He would say. Cut her boobs off. Classic doctor back here. I could hear them in my head saying it to your totally. Cut my boobs off the cops that they're going to find the bastard back eventually steals a car and the listens to a radio report at griffith observatory. He tries to figure out a good story of what happened with vacation. Beck but beck is still obsessed with melissa. While vacation bechtel's get out of the country but instead beck goes back to the campus and watches more into her car and taylor to a neighborhood. Melissa walks in and surprise. Sophia's there and melissa knew she'd be there. The houses most fee been staying there. Most of the starts helping sophie transom wigs. Meanwhile beck sneaks around the back into the house. He sees them in the bathroom and realizes that sophie's alive so wild melissa goes to make lunch beck wraps sophie and holds the syringe to her neck demands. Melissa tell him why she did it because he knows why. Sophie hates him. She tells him that her and sophie have known each other since they were six and they hatched the plan. After he was found not guilty she goes to the entire plan of learning how to make a bomb on the internet stealing cadaver from the medical lab even sneaking into the coroner's office fix the medical records to match sophie's sophie was going to live the of the life in hiding under a new name just to make sure that beck's but the rest of his life in jail serving a prison sentence for the murder sophie. Melissa says she did for two reasons. The sophie was her best friend and she's going to be a doctor and embarrassment to the profession. This sets back often. He injects sophie in the neck and then chloroform melissa when she tries to escape so melissa wakes up to find herself in sofi been strapped down to the kitchen island as dr beck is now in surgery. Scrubs guess he carries around surgery tools wherever he goes thought. Same thing where were those. And he's talking to a non-existent team surgery students. He says the two girls suffer from treacherous heart. And he's going to remove their hearts and cure them with love and then he will put sophie's heart into melissa's body and vice versa. I love they also came with a latin phrase. What what was it. It was You not trachea remember. Yeah but trattorias torius or something like that. Yes treacher torius coronary tutorials or so. This guy thinks he's clever so beco- to apply the static melissa and she tries to appeal to him and tell him she loves him. He doesn't buy it but it's all a ploy to distract him while she grabs a frying pan. Its maximum the head with it. She goes to running grabs the phone..

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"treacher" Discussed on Mentally Yours

Mentally Yours

03:48 min | 10 months ago

"treacher" Discussed on Mentally Yours

"Shelly. Thanks for joining us today. we wanted to talk to you about freedom day as it's been cooled while the restrictions lift everything's going back to normal and i guess the big question is you know. There's a lot of excitement around freedom day but a low of also feeling not excited and more kind of anxious and worried uncomfortable. Why is that. What's worrying about freedom honestly. I think it's really normal response to a very abnormal situation with still in an abnormal situation. I mean coming out of long. Isolation caused by terrifying deadly threats on other systems is still going to be triggered. One reason we might feel like this is because we've got used to being on god and it might take a while to come out with the body's threats like response to calm down and to get back to normal because we've been vigilant for so long and on top of that it's also possible that some of us have developed social anxiety after being isolated from others for so long so we might have a natural inclination to just wanna stay indoors and you know some of us might have here of being seen having relied on food to cope with the pandemic and coping with the pandemic might also have caused us to block off our feelings. I think. Also one thing that i'm definitely experiencing i don't know if it's the same view both but i feel novus as kind of lifting lockdown and you know mosques no longer being required and i feel very much like is the outside world actually safe. Do you feel like. That's a coleman fear and how do we deal with. Yeah i see this all the time. I mean people go from one extreme to the other. Some people have really kind of in. Denial probably blase about the risks. But a lot of my clients are saying or. I'm not really sure this is happening. All of a sudden and is a bit of a shock. So i think probably the best thing to do is to take it slowly and to check things of change. Things are different now and it's going to take a physiological systems time to catch up with that but we need to check the news tech health things have changed and check what the actual risks are now. Because they've changed. It's been a massive journey from beginning to end this million so far and we kinda need to examine exactly what we're terrified of now because it might be stuck in a year and a half ago the also it's worth mentioning light. You can still do the safety things that he made. You feel secure like i'm going to continue wearing mosques et cetera at least for the foreseeable yes hundred percent to be on his stephen dislike having this conversation an hearing all the things you talking about. Shelly i was just getting bit. Novice abou- circus. I think the way that i've dealt with Freedom day and everything is just total. Denial you know thinking that. I'm just gonna stand. A fat is fine. I'm not going to go out. Because i can work from home. I'm not going to go out to a workplace. I'm not gonna go out an go together ings yet. I'm just gonna keep wearing my mosque. Yeah it's It's a bit of a scary time. Isn't it and yes. So i will still be wearing mosque I think for me phase around the social stuff is interesting. You mentioned around this ocean anxieties because of things do this. Whole pandemic in sums of different friends approaching the whole thing very differently so i've been incredibly cautious. My whole family's been incredibly cool shit like going way beyond the government guidelines and then seeing like one of my best friends being Not cautious and not not breaking the rules but certainly being relaxed around everything.

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How Do You Feel About Freedom Day? With Shelley Treacher

Mentally Yours

03:48 min | 10 months ago

How Do You Feel About Freedom Day? With Shelley Treacher

"Shelly. Thanks for joining us today. we wanted to talk to you about freedom day as it's been cooled while the restrictions lift everything's going back to normal and i guess the big question is you know. There's a lot of excitement around freedom day but a low of also feeling not excited and more kind of anxious and worried uncomfortable. Why is that. What's worrying about freedom honestly. I think it's really normal response to a very abnormal situation with still in an abnormal situation. I mean coming out of long. Isolation caused by terrifying deadly threats on other systems is still going to be triggered. One reason we might feel like this is because we've got used to being on god and it might take a while to come out with the body's threats like response to calm down and to get back to normal because we've been vigilant for so long and on top of that it's also possible that some of us have developed social anxiety after being isolated from others for so long so we might have a natural inclination to just wanna stay indoors and you know some of us might have here of being seen having relied on food to cope with the pandemic and coping with the pandemic might also have caused us to block off our feelings. I think. Also one thing that i'm definitely experiencing i don't know if it's the same view both but i feel novus as kind of lifting lockdown and you know mosques no longer being required and i feel very much like is the outside world actually safe. Do you feel like. That's a coleman fear and how do we deal with. Yeah i see this all the time. I mean people go from one extreme to the other. Some people have really kind of in. Denial probably blase about the risks. But a lot of my clients are saying or. I'm not really sure this is happening. All of a sudden and is a bit of a shock. So i think probably the best thing to do is to take it slowly and to check things of change. Things are different now and it's going to take a physiological systems time to catch up with that but we need to check the news tech health things have changed and check what the actual risks are now. Because they've changed. It's been a massive journey from beginning to end this million so far and we kinda need to examine exactly what we're terrified of now because it might be stuck in a year and a half ago the also it's worth mentioning light. You can still do the safety things that he made. You feel secure like i'm going to continue wearing mosques et cetera at least for the foreseeable yes hundred percent to be on his stephen dislike having this conversation an hearing all the things you talking about. Shelly i was just getting bit. Novice abou- circus. I think the way that i've dealt with Freedom day and everything is just total. Denial you know thinking that. I'm just gonna stand. A fat is fine. I'm not going to go out. Because i can work from home. I'm not going to go out to a workplace. I'm not gonna go out an go together ings yet. I'm just gonna keep wearing my mosque. Yeah it's It's a bit of a scary time. Isn't it and yes. So i will still be wearing mosque I think for me phase around the social stuff is interesting. You mentioned around this ocean anxieties because of things do this. Whole pandemic in sums of different friends approaching the whole thing very differently so i've been incredibly cautious. My whole family's been incredibly cool shit like going way beyond the government guidelines and then seeing like one of my best friends being Not cautious and not not breaking the rules but certainly being relaxed around everything.

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"treacher" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"treacher" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Share to go somewhere in my dudes again. I don't want I'm not don't want clubs and it wants strip clubs out of just something cool. What would be a cool weekend getaway for me? You and Sanjay long glory? Yeah. We had to bring scientific and on this, but to ask him trip to the water burger and yeah, Is there a border burger in a better state? We go to a band. Yeah, Yeah, no offense. Closer. You get to Texas is one in every state so much. We do a Texas uh, bachelor weekend down for that. I will be down for that to hang out in Austin for the weekend. You can be your tour guide. Awesome would be a great place. He'd level so I'm open for suggestions because I think it's only fair that if she gets a bachelor bachelorette weekend, I get a bachelor weekend. Absolutely. Yeah. So if you have any suggestions four or 487207 51 800 WSB talk, James Good with the show. Hey, Mark. I just want to let you know there's a walk up counter at the Harris Casino. Murphy right next to the Nathan's that Arthur Treacher's fish and chips and it's pretty damn good. Now I've been to the way this is Murphy's not Cherokee. No, it's and Murphy because I remember going to the Nathan's there, but I didn't realize they had Arthur Treacher is there as well. Yeah, they opened it up How? It's been there at least six months, so no, I haven't been there. Well, I think you're getting started The show, my friend, So there's that's Let's see. Two hour drive. I can get Arthur Treacher's tonight. Yes, it might be expensive in the casino. That's all right. And I can I can roll the bones Play some blackjack. Get fish and chips. There you go. Hot Diggity! Dang! All right. Thank you for that. Update. Jim. Mm hmm..

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"treacher" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"treacher" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Going to be roughest. Really, for below 85 down at the sucker the cab out of getting worse trouble. I spotted the second left lane. A tractor trailer 25 doors, the outer loop the highway Germany back to Boulder craft. Thank you, Doug. Here's one. I didn't know this. This fast food joint made popular by Seinfeld apparently doesn't exist anymore. Kenny Rogers Roasters. I did not know they were defunct. I think they were still here when I'm Moved here. Sure. And I guess I've never. I haven't seen one in a long time. I didn't realize Well, that's that's why they're no longer business. I don't even realize they were gone. This was again I don't know if this was down south. But every year for my birthday, my parents would take me to a place called beefsteak. Charlie's really, That's why I call Chuckie State Charlie. It is. It was so good. It was basically a rib joint. You get steaks and ribs? Not that was not fancy. Right? Right. It was It was a step below Longhorn. Okay, okay, as far as the food quality, so it's it was Longhorn adjacent. Um, but they had, uh, that's all you can eat salad bar and on all the all you can eat salad bar. They had peel and eat shrimp. Those are the best part of the deal. You get the rib dinner. It comes with the salad bar with a peony shrimp. So that was high living when whatever was my birthday Be ST Charles. I really miss that place. And here's a local one. That doesn't exist anymore. I used to frequent this joint a lot when I moved to Atlanta steak and ale. You guys remember steak Inhale. They were open until a couple years. Yeah, Yeah, that was a great little joint just to get a steak and ale. I mean, the name said at all, I'm surprised they went out because that's a really good concept. Inexpensive steak. And beer and just a jovial atmosphere. I don't know who would have run them out of business. Did they just get hit with the fast casual, The chilies and the Applebee's that they just take Too much of it because I think there's a little more expensive than like an Applebee's. Yeah, but steak and ale was was legit. I got some others. Oh, another one from my hometown that I didn't really like. People did four or 487207 51 800 wsb talk. Carter kicks us off on the market and show What's going on Qatar Air Hey, Mark! Great show hello, bananas. Yes, again. The Rogers roasters. There was one down by Atlantic. At one point I thought so off of Lennox near, uh, in Miami. Subs was part of the Navy's change. Oh, is Miami subs still a thing, Nathan. The Oh sorry. The There is or was a Arthur Treacher is off of the Roswell Road going towards bucket. That will add vanished in the early nineties, where the El Paco Velez is. That's where Arthur's region was I I missed that. That was that was long gone by the time I got here, I forgot about Miami Subs. Remember those Longoria that was like an art Deco kind of decor was like pink and blue. And it was Miami subs. It was just I mean, it was just a sub shop, but they stuck around for a while, They hung out. They gave a tough fight. Remember, we went to spring break one year in Miami. Fort Lauderdale, Miami ish and, uh, this one guy's like, Oh, we got to go to Miami Subs unlike there's one in Poughkeepsie. What do you think the one in Miami is better than the one in Poughkeepsie? They're the same thing, man. It's a chain. He didn't understand the concept, Pam a lamb, a ding dog. Welcome to the show. How are you, Pam? Pretty good, Mark. I was just wanting to tell you that cod is the proper fish proficient chips as we all know, 100% North Atlantic Cod. I believe. Yes, it is looking very forward to your Arthur Treacher. Had you? Have you ever been? Have you heard of it? I've heard of it. I remember from my child, but I never have been, but I look forward to it. Of course I have to get out of this road. We have a person up here who doesn't know about a balk line. So now traffic is backed up about 14 light because this person has passed the ball Klein so we can't get a turn like unbelievable. I'm so sorry. Pamela. Stick with us. Doug Turnbull and the team will get you around that that I refer to those people as jack wagons. You can Go ahead and use that term if you want. I think that's a great term. You have a great weekend YouTube and appreciate you. I want to temper expectations again because I don't want their B 700 person line outside. Arthur Treacher's When it opens. I remember it being really good. Okay, this isn't gourmets is still fast food fried fish. Okay, This is not as good as what your mom made as your grandmama made, but I remember being really good and the hush puppies were really good and I enjoyed it. Brian is up next on the program. What's going on, Brian. Arthur Treacher, H salt, fish and chips they owe. You know of it. The last one was over by the cat north to Cab mall had it several years ago had like to raise stripes on it. God, that's the best fish when you said, uh Steak and ale. They had the best salad bar, steak and ale did have a good salad bar. You're absolutely right. Had a great salad bar. Last one I went to that was in Jacksonville, Florida several years ago, so I'm definitely looking forward to Arthur Trees just coming back. I don't know where it's going to lie on. But if you Do you find one? Let us know. Yeah, well, I might be the one that's bringing it back. If they're going to start Franchising this thing I I'm on board. So just to be clear, I'm not misremembering that this is a really good fish and chips place. It was the best. I don't know. I thought that, uh, maybe Captain D's are long. Johns bought them out because they disappeared. Kind of like Del Taco and then came back. I don't know. I guess Nathan's bottom and they just I understand it's a weird concept. You know, I would imagine Long. John Silver's captains are struggling right? You never. There's never a bumper to bumper line at long. John Silver's like there is a chick fil A. It's Never like, Oh, my God, There's 49 cars trying to get into long. John Silver's not like Chick fil A. But it's good stuff. Tracy's up next on the market of Shohei Trace. Hi, Mark. How are you today? Excellent. What's cooking? Well, I just wanted to let you know. I remember from childhood in natural Atlanta to eating at Arthur Creatures and it was the bomb. Daddy, let me tell you all right. I feel much better now, because I.

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"treacher" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"treacher" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Com. All right, The off the beaten path topic. Part two of last month's last month was a blast. And it was from a tweet that I saw online of asking you to age yourself with the store memory of a store that perhaps no longer exist like a shilla toes or a chess king place like that service merchandise. And there were a number of people that night who called and said they had restaurants. And I said no, no, no, no, Even my guy. Andy Furman was tweeting me restaurants and I said, Whoa, Hold on. Next time we do the off the beaten path will do restaurants. So tonight classic fast food places and restaurants that no longer exist or that have been downsized to just maybe a couple of locations. I will start The conversation. Which e cheese First location. 1975 by march of 95, there were over 210 locations it was affordable and casual Mexican dining. The slogan was a celebration of food. And then later the slogan was Life's life always needs a little salsa. And then there was a hepatitis a outbreak at one of the locations and they never recovered. They still sell like it. Don't I believe in the store? Don't they sell a like a bottle of Cici salsa? I want to say, or am I misremembering that I don't think there's any cheese cheese locations open anymore. I'll give you another one. Ferrell's ice cream. Anyone remember Farrell's ice cream? It was. It was an ice cream parlor. Um, kind of a sandwich chain Ice cream parlor started in Portland. Back in the sixties, they had singing waiters. And train whistles that went off in the in the place. There were 130 locations nationwide, but the last one was in California. In 2018. There are no more Farrell's ice creams. Do some good ones on Twitter. But let's go to the phones. 5137491 7800 the big one and pounds 700 on a TNT Ed. Welcome to the show. Hi, Lance. Hey, Hey, I'm calling Thank you. Welcome back. Um, this is really gonna age me on six. And O'Fallon and Dayton, Kentucky? Yes. When I was a kid, there was a beer slash sandwich place called the Icehouse. The icehouse. Then you would take your prob. You know how to do in the crafting more bottles now where you pick your of being the hit, But they did that back then. Really? And you also got blocks of ice. No, no, that's cool. It was the last place that roadblock device. How about that, though I'm learning something tonight. I like this. That that closed in the mid seventies. I'm gonna market down. You're a good man. Enjoy your weekend. Thank you. All right. Thank you. Clifton Avenue on Twitter. Fuddruckers. That is fact completely forgot about Fuddruckers. There used to be one in in Florence. Right off of what's the that Turfway wrote? I love foot, right? They have fantasy. You What did it mean? Picked out your burger out of it, And then they cooked it for all manned. I miss Fuddruckers. A killer fries is what happened to Fuddruckers. About Bellbrook. We go, Dan. Welcome to sports Talk Atlanta. I've got Wraps up the beef. Yes, kind of like an Arby's Yes. Whatever happened styles, they got up to 221 restaurants in 82. I was born in 82 Remember eating? There's a kid drinking out of a green dinosaur e can only find five locations left in the country. Now, how about that? You know what the fact you did research for this? Makes you my color of the night. That is fantastic. Oh, well, thanks for having me on hold. Hey, thanks for calling. Call again sometime. All right. All right. Thank you looking. You looked up. How many locations and how many remain remember Arthur, treat your fish and chips. It was fast food, seafood. Who's a restaurant? She kinda long John Silver's before long. John Silver's, I guess, um, it was founded in You know, it's got the English name. Arthur Treacher, this vision Gypsy. It was founded in Columbus in 1969. And at the peak of its popularity there were about 800, Arthur Treacher. Fish and chips I remember is going to Arthur Treat your fish and chips as a kid. Now. As of as of last year, there were only six standalone locations, three in Ohio two in New York, two in New Jersey, although that's seven according to my butler, Matt, So I'm I'm reading this from a story I printed out today. Not many people remember that the restaurant chain was named after the English actor of the same name. I didn't know that Arthur Treacher. Is best remembered today as Jeeves, the butler in Shirley Temple Films. I never knew that's like trivia. I didn't know. Arthur Treacher best Remember today Is Jeeves, the butler in Shirley Temple Films. All right, How about How about Bennigan's Bennigan's was an Irish restaurant, founded in the mid seventies, started in Atlanta. They, according to the historian looking at suffered due to a lack of brand loyalty with numerous other restaurants featuring the same style and menu and slowly locations in the U. S and abroad began to close currently around 23 locations left in the U. S. I was at Bennigan's many times when I was growing up who some are good ones will get two more calls Bill John Tracy, Mac, Ed, Steve and others. Off the beaten path topic is part two from last month. We were naming stores. You were aging yourself with a store and I said, Well, what the heck, I'm not gonna deny everybody who else who wanted to call that night with classic fast food and restaurants as well. Your opportunity After we check news bottom of the hour you create sports talk. Presented. By Kelsey Chevrolet 700 WLW News, Traffic and Weather News Radio 700 w L. Jealousy Cincinnati President Trump is kicked off Twitter..

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"treacher" Discussed on Exit Mindset

Exit Mindset

07:55 min | 1 year ago

"treacher" Discussed on Exit Mindset

"Do you ever wonder why sometimes no matter what you do. Your teams don't set up correctly and you try to make them work as soon way. Yes soon objectives but it never seems to shake down in the way you want what we can talk about that today because the exit infrastructure actually might have something to do with it. And i'm going to show you some strategies and some ways where you could improve the process and make it better for yourself. So let's just start going to some fundamentals with infrastructure. Infrastructure consists of four elements are the slip elements s. l. vp systems locations processes and people and people essential employees whether they are actual employs federal contractors whether own locations off location. Does it really matter. It's the people that you work with to help you. Achieve objects you're looking for. So many of those people have different court talents and different personalities and the biggest propogate face over the years is that you're gonna see what each person is going to be different. And sometimes they have certain. These yellow gotta go. Well they're not strong at that and you wonder whether couldn't be stronger that and you wish they could be strong without because you really think as being valuable in great people but i think missing the big picture here. Nobody i've ever seen is got all in one shot. You cannot go left and right lots of times when someone is not as good in some area you gonna find. That's probably the reason why they another. You can argue that personalities electric balance and you're gonna find some strengths in some areas and things that are not going to be very strong another areas but blithering how sometimes They're not strong on could be strength another area in the different kind of war. So the idea behind this. How could he set up a good team when everybody is not good everything which is by the way not rally. Everybody is going to be doing something fooling yourself. Because you gotta be good at everything and that's one of the reasons you have other people helping you because you're not good at everything in the world you're going to be good. Something's and they rely on you but you gotta rely on them so the trick to this is to the following combined people in a way where maximize strength of the company ended up gestures. You're trying to achieve the way this works is this way is that you're trying to identify what each person has in terms of their biggest strength and the things that they really good at and combine that with somebody that has strength in an area that they need that. You've that objective to do that. You can use multiple techniques one of the techniques using companies. Is something called. Primary and secondary sheets other ones would be just listing characteristics of people with a strong and tries to combine them with others strong into other character. So the biggest thing for you is to find the core competency of what that individual has and that by the way takes time and experience. I avoid gotta be acuity people and understand what they're looking for because if you understand what they're looking for in terms of what they want in terms of their lives in dislikes whether you're comfortable with a not comfortable with you'll probably a stunning the wrong work to their own person on the job. That is that to find the right kind of worked at the person enjoys and wants to do and excited about and assign them that work. That would be right work for the right person. In many organizations have seen they bring in people and just assigned them joy job is. Here's the job and go and go do it and then works. Sometimes when in my opinion most of the time that doesn't advocate well unless you really really treacher understand is that job can use to the person alexi do in wants to do. And i'm gonna give you a strategy or tactic actually for doing that is not simply asked that person or assigned him the job and see if they get excited about it. They wanna do it now. Of course just because someone is excited doesn't dig into a very well because sometimes people have sort of woman generally excitement about a job but if you take someone and assigned them something and you find that they actually liked it and they wanna do it and the good result and most of the time it is what they do it with bring back to you is what is the actual indicator of whether they are fit for the job or not so you find that. They've done well. You follow up with another one other assignments in that area any follow up with the third son and if you find that person is doing that thing that makes the job really well is when you really have discovered where the true ability is and where they should be at and i find that in many cases you then add another area to them and see if they bite down or not and ultimately sometimes they do sometimes age. And if you do that a few times with somebody get to discover where they're good at it. If you use your experience in known how people work you're going to be able to direct the right direction and i find that the best way to assign jobs to people is a sign of the that they really really wanted to. They enjoy is still working to work for to go away. Ron and if you want to infrastructure for your company and infrastructure the exit from meaning that you want to sell to a buyer then when you sell it you won't have the right people on there. That are happy works as a member. You have to be fulfilled in their jobs and people are only fulfilled of doing the work that is meaningful to them and they enjoy doing and the world runs that way. People are like you're someone is different than anybody else out there. So every individual is different than the other person you always gotta figure out. What is it that they wanted you. And if you build organization that way you're gonna find your infrastructure is great and you're can have an easier time exiting the company now. We always talk about what this whole thing is not necessarily just exiting the company. It's more but also creating more profitable company and Gives you time and freedom and nothing would give you. These things more than employees are doing the work that they want to do that. Enjoying their working growing the thriving in this growth in your company. So that's what you wanna do now comes to how you combine. So here's what you do. You have to combine the projects and the jobs and economic achieve on accomplishing your company with the of personalities and abilities at the same john. So if you can buy personalities and abilities and you take someone who is good in one area but they don't do well now the area but he brings somebody else that does well in that other area that this person doesn't do but they are not as good in that area. First person is good at now. You accomplished it now. You've got right and you let people do what they're supposed to do so again. This was another subject which is micromanagement versus people. Don't what they wanna do. When i say that it means that get people to freedom drugs. This is judgment and to be able to make mistakes when that happens. You're gonna find that you'll get a succeed. Your people are going to be happier and you can have a company that's growing it. Infrastructure that keeps growing growing growing in a positive way so remember the exit mindset is about building steps summit very methodical it. He got do a certain way. Some of them require thinking. Remember and slip the employees part of it. Is there because you need thinking. You can't run a company by computers. Sheen's alone it doesn't work that way you will still be humans a think create produce and care to get your objective. One of the most important things you gotta realize is that you cannot overload people with different castes. In different jobs that don't necessarily belong to them. What you wanna do a segment shameful structure when it comes to people in a way that allows each person to be assigned one south of work. Now let's say gives item or that your But maybe can do multiple times but it has to be synergistic. It has to flow well within.

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"treacher" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 1 year ago

"treacher" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Like if there's a customary fee where you everybody goes to this Countered, and they pay $20 to get something filed. And if you pay the $20, you weren't necessarily in trouble. But if everybody's paying 2080, then all of a sudden you've gone over the line again. That's a gross over simplification. But it's an interesting place that comes up a lot, especially from people who operate internationally and some of the government's taking very seriously. But it's also provided this loophole where if you do a self report and you say Hey, I think I've got this problem. We need to address it with you. The penalties were reduced, and that's gradually expanding over into the health care area for these kind transactions that people might realize after the fact when they have an attorney involved, it doesn't mean you just have to wait and hope and pray that this is something that's going to go away on its own. If it's a big enough issue, where it's only gonna get worse by not self reporting, there really is a real incentive to self report that you mention it. I think it's such a convoluted area. From a legal standpoint, where a lot of times people maybe you know he's stepping over the line or having infractions that they may not. Initially even realized, Oh, absolutely. The state laws from state to state could be a little bit tougher, easier to complain till align with the federal laws in Nevada. You have. Ah, statute that is, I've never personally sent enforced. They have jurisdiction to enforce it through the attorney general's office, but Can be aligned with the federal laws. But it doesn't perfectly lines where the things that would be fine in the end a kickback statute under stark but are still prohibited. Wet Nevada law on DH. It's buried deep in the regulations of like event administrative coach after 4 30 90 s O. I mean, this is like, really esoteric stuff they have to know to look for, but it's something that if you're very concerned about this, and you want to make sure you're doing it right. It's worth investigating on the front onto make sure that there's no problems in the Treacher when they're going to be much more expensive. So if someone listening to the show wants to learn more about devoid law practice different practice areas that you operate under what should they do? Go to my website devoid of dot com or give me a call It 7027063051 set of oil ought to d E v. A Why. Law w dot com That's very law dot com Jay Thanks for being on the show. Thanks very much. David Rosen lost his money resource. We'll see you next week. Be good to one another. Most of us like to be out in the sun..

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"treacher" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:10 min | 1 year ago

"treacher" Discussed on 710 WOR

"His Confederate flag. Get off his jeep That really slipped down. Smile, Joe, so I could see if you're missing any terrible. No, they're all there at the lab minutes covering. It's all good. Okay, So you mentioned Subway sandwich shop knows very Interesting. Because over in Ireland Ah, you get a tax rebate. If you serve a staple food item, So if you serve staples that everyone needs you get a tax break. So the subway sandwich people went to the courts and said, Well, we deserve a tax break because we serve in a bread, our sandwiches and the court shot him down. Say that they're ah, The starch used in subway sandwiches is much too sugary to meet the definition of bread. So, therefore no tax break for subway, so it's not considered bread. It's basically considered pastry. Yeah, how about that? But this is really good. It's kind of funny, Natalie because Natalie and I are around the same age, so we have a lot of shared experience. I'm younger. Well, not that much and always will be. But I remember when subway first came out. We had a subway in Genesee and New York. Y grew up. Oh, my God. We used to love to go to the subway. But now I think back. I would Love to know the ingredients and the calorie count of the tuna fish subway I used because that was just nothing death, you know, one tiny little thin and the rest was all mayonnaise on that Bridget. There was something very addictive about subway sandwiches when they first came out. Now there's so many other sub shops, including chain sub shops that I think we've you know, ventured to different places, but they don't know there was something about that sandwich that made you want to eat because I used to have the veggie one. I know why you were so good was nothing on it. You go back to think what we used to be. I mean, I remember in college when they first went with Arby's. I said, Wow, This is great roast beef, and you put horseradish out there at a bud and I'm wondering what kind of crap that must have been What I thought was so good. Are you kidding? Arby's roast beef. It's made from the hoof coming home, but the horse radish, and that's what makes it you put that horse radish out there. That's what does it No, but are Oh my God are nice to think. Arthur Treacher Sze fish and ships. Remember that when I was a kid, you think? Oh, wow, We can't wait all those the French fries and the fried fish And you wonder What? What? What was the fish goldfish? I think they were serving fried goldfish. I don't know. I'm still I wouldn't say I goto fast food very often, but you bring me to Wendy's and Oh, you still like Wendy's? I love Wendy's. It is really good was Wendy is the one that had the first I think when these may have introduced the chilly dog the first time I ever had a hot dog that had chili on it. I think it was the Wendy's jelly. I don't even remember hot dog there, but Um, I think it was the first one that had Patties that were not frozen. I think that was their big thing makes the Wendy's what makes that so good for you. I don't know. I don't know why I was Arthur Treacher. So good for him, then I'm not sure. But I really like Wendy's. If I'm going to go and splurge, that's what I'm doing. What? I have a memory of you. Go ahead, Michael. Since I very know very, very quickly. Best fast food restaurant that you were a kid that you always couldn't wait to go to with your parents. Go ahead land while we were kosher by as we're allowed to go to anything so, kitty, we we hardly ate out. So that's a good question. There's a conversation stopper. Way to go. No doubt. It was Burger King so I could get the crown and the little lockstep came in. I was great. Do you remember when you actually Yeah, we had Ah, great fish Fry. Place Bob and runs fish Fry. People don't get fast right now. Now, only on Fridays. Like you Catholics. Y'all know I was thinking of when I was a Syracuse when McDonald's first came out in Syracuse, that was something called carols. Candles. I remember that too. Yes, I remember that. And he said, Wow, Carol's McDonough, who's going to win this race, and whatever happened to Carol's alright time. Wait, wait, wait for me. It's got to be ready. Nathalie Pizza Hut! Oh, you see, I came from Staten Island. Pizza Hut was just sack religious. No, we have local pizza shops. Come on. 15. Cents a slice. Bow. That's an upstate kid for you and the coat was gone. That's right. Snooze time. 9 30. Good morning, Joe. Good morning Land 800 middle and high schools in the city reopening today in person learning his beginning despite the city, seeing an increase in the number of positive test, But the mayor says he'll take action, if necessary, will watch it very carefully. Daily hourly. Invent any point We determined we need to close on individual school or any number of schools in that area. We will. But today based on the fax, it is not warranted. The city's largest teachers union is putting pressure on the city. They're warning up to 80 public schools in the city be in these affected ZIP codes could be closed. But the mayor says no, You just heard him say no. The union now ratcheting up the tension, saying this all of nothing 3% threshold that he has said is not good enough for them. And the teachers union says Ah court fight or something else will happen if the city doesn't close schools in these cluster areas, So ah, once again, not a smooth de Blasio program. And by the way, Governor Cuomo says, Look, if you're not going to enforce the law, I will, he says. The mayor hasn't been strict enough in terms of enforcing the mask requirements and threatening to come down and do it himself. Let's go to New Jersey. The gas tax there's going up again this morning. Remember it used to have like no gas tax in New Jersey. Well, I went up 10 cents a gallon this morning in new heavy driven around Jersey. Have you driven Rogers? You know, like I know these roads and messed up, man. If it's for the rose, that they need to put it for the roads and stop, you know, blow smoke up a button.

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"treacher" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"treacher" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"It. Hey, Scott nd what's going on, buddy? What do you miss? Yes or any how you guys doing today? I like apology before you don't Okay? We're doing great man. They get to him before you called before Casey. One of them kind of like a spin off like the wind is that they came afterwards. You remember that? And then the other one was out the creatures. Arthur Treaters World Man, Common Making quick work of creatures. They're still down and Myrtle Beach believe, and there was no Eddie, Get my number from your producer. Give me a call anytime without giving you updates. What's going on? Appeared meaning after treacle Wolf City from Cincinnati. So this little pet peeve but are treated you can't go wrong every time we go down the mobile pizza. Make sure you're on Scott. Thanks, buddy. See one of the original Arthur Treacher's was not too far from my house. Oh, yeah, and well, when I was a kid, and we used to go there and get that like that was one of those Friday things where everybody got a, you know, and they wrapped it in that fake England like London times or whatever, a Jamie Thanks for holding the hair in Milford. What do you have? Ah, these air some old supper clubs. Everybody remembers. Bring it if I remember the Golden Rooster. Yeah, I do. That was a corner of Beach mon. And I believe Markley exactly. Um, my grandmother and grandfather worked there. And my godfather. Does anybody remember Ronny Gayle, of course used to play the organ it Reds games. Absolutely wow. Supposedly he's supposedly He's the one that came out with Donna Donna Charge Really watch. Yeah, he wouldn't And then, after that, shut down, they moved to a place of remount caramel. Tabasco road. Yes, all 74 year old 74. Yeah. Yup. And then more supper club back in that day. I was just a little kid, but I remember Great and thanks, body, Eddie. I gotta quickly get up before you forget Roy Rogers roast beef. But one time I was, like, five of them in town. Okay? And then and then they dwindled down to just one and Mount Carmel. And then they got do dispute with Roy Rogers up on the East coach, which doesn't serve the roast beef that they serve here, so they let they let the they lost the franchise. They change Name overto Ronis that move. Remount Carballo, Milford. I did what you said. And I eat for free. Their lifetime wasn't no one on each month. Let's go day. No, never star. That was always It is a Korean morrow. What do you have, buddy? How we doing, guys? Ah big reason. What was that? I'm sorry, Miss it. Big, Big top. Big top. Remember Big top? I don't know what's going on all around. 40 Snyder. Unbelievable. Big top. And I and Bud Thanks, Cory, And that's that's one of God by me. Was it fast food? You mentioned that the bro speed place. There was that one time with Beach Monty Avenue. Back in the day, There was three roast beef places. The first one was heap. Big beef, which is now Montgomery Cyclery. Dinner was Jack's than There was Arby's. Okay. Now the only one left standing is the Arby's. Hey, Chuck, What's going on with you talking about food places you miss Well, Wild man's already said everything I was going to mention sorry. Go ahead. Say it again, which was your old time favorite. All burgers, burgers, burgers, Rogers and the dressers. Well, they still do the one the one hand they had some killer fried chick and I used to go there looking about the hamburger's not just food hasn't changed dead. Let's talk to Bobby on the West side. Bobby, what is going on, gentlemen? Absolute pleasure to speak to you. Pleasure. Growing up. It was a Ah, big time to go to Pope folks with the family. Yeah. And drink out of jars and get a moon pie. And that was that Was it for me? Those were the days Oh, folks, That's it. That's it, You know, I don't think if I rated Po folks, you've seen them, But you didn't remember the hitching post of hitching most chicken? Yeah. That's no different. I used to live right down the street from one there and Oakley that well, it's unfortunately close. Well, I was bummed out because I was keeping up with business with door dash. They get fried chicken and their coleslaw and our chocolate free by. I was bummed out when he closed the regular there. They just closed. We went there and, ah We'd go there for breakfast together For a long time, there was a hitching post on Beech Mountain. One time we had for dinner on the best potato pancakes yet ever put it like he said. The pies there. There's one that's still there, but it's under. I think it's got the same family, but it's called runs. Roost now used to be hitching post Yes on race. All right. We're going to miss that place. We're going to be talking to John Mallory's coming up. So what's your all time? Favorite restaurant? Ed? That you miss? You know what you said earlier, Um Burger chef I loved But when I was talking about in Hwa here in town, there is a place on Montgomery Road. Why? I forget what it was called Montgomery in Not still there. But there was a place of Montgomery Road and I'll think of it later. What now? It wasn't chilly, Chilly company right now. None of it was. Ah, you know, they have the big giant salad bar and stuff, and I'm gonna have to revisit okay and rethink it. But today there's a bunch of them. I mean, somebody mentioned earlier. Victoria station. I would love that place that was cool. Anyplace where the giant salad bar or you go and get yourself a slice of meat and make yourself a giant salad who I was and giants and a big potato. I was down, man Golden, right coming up. We've got John batteries. But now it is our news news Radio 700 W W.

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"treacher" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"treacher" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

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"treacher" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"treacher" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"July special presented by progressive insurance. Welcome back to the Independence Day special from the CBS Audio Network. I'm Gil Gross. We know a good deal about the founding fathers. We can reel off their names and accomplishments pretty easily and we passed by monuments and remembrances of them all the time. But other than the Molly pitcher's service center on the New Jersey Turnpike, where you can, ironically grab some very British Arthur Treacher sufficient chips, places that honor our founding mothers are few and far between. These are the kinds of stories that historian Kate Kelly likes to tell and has in more than 30 books and at her website, America comes alive dot com, where she tells the little known story set of the fabric of the United States history. She's also on the board of the American Battlefield Trust. Kate. Good to have you with us. How are you? I'm delighted. I'm perfect. Thank you. Let's start with Abigail Adams because I think since the HBO Siri's on her husband, really both of them more people than ever are at least somewhat familiar with our 2nd 1st lady. Tell me more about her. Well, I think the important thing to remember is that her line remember the ladies, which is what we all have have clung onto and gets repeated was actually a plea to her husband, John to remember women's rights when they put together the government. So So she was. It was a very pure, very serious request, and we can all later touch home. Had fat got implemented at that time, But from Abigail Adams. I'd like to make a quick, quick leapfrog over to Martha Washington because she's equally famous. And yet people have no idea what she did during the Revolutionary War. George Washington on Lee went home to Mountford and 17 75 and then he did not return until 17 81 so she made a commitment to meet him every winter. Now in those days, the revolutionary the Continental Army that the Army's did not fight during the winter weather so they would set up a winter camp so whenever he set up his winter camp Martha would make arrangements to go and join him as the leader of the army. He always got the house and so she did set up in the house, and then she would make sure that he was well rested and fed but also entertaining all the officers and anyone who came to make plans with him. And so that was a commitment that the she made, and the soldiers who wrote home from that experience said that it was actually lift to their spirits when Martha Washington Appeared for winter camp, which is actually a lovely thought. It is lovely thought, was it just the idea that she would appear there and be seen with them under these conditions and also just the fact that Her support of the revolution. I mean, Georgia, Martha Washington were very, very well off people. They were not revolutionaries because they had not prospered under the British system. So the fact that they were among the leaders of this revolution must have meant a lot to people. Yes, I think so. And also just the sense of calm that she was there that life was going to Become still for a little while. They were all freezing didn't have enough clothing. So there's not a whole lot to be grateful for, But it was one of those things that there was the sign of Everything's going to be okay. She's here. And I do believe they have a lot of belief in George Washington, so that made it a very positive. You know, Margaret Corbin is somebody who is interesting, because if we think of women as soldiers, which we don't often do back in the time of the revolution, her story stands out. What is her story? Well, she was the first woman to earn a military pension. And the surprising part about that story is she wasn't even in the military. During that time. It was common for wives, or it was somewhat common for wives to go along. Now. They did not have the market. Washington set up of moving up in a house, but a few wives would Go along with a regiment and be there for laundry and helping with food and that sort of.

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"treacher" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

04:07 min | 2 years ago

"treacher" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Other places trying to do better but because we can so easily wash over who we really are because of the color of our skin because of the texture of our here that's what divides countries artificial things well you guys should cut that out I'm I'm all for the Democrat party I'm glad yes pretty much stop lynching black people Democrats now you just should stop lynching everybody else calling everybody racist when you're the one supporting forty percent of the black population and having awards dinners for it you're the ones who are racially polarizing every single issue from the weather to health care who literally now Richard Stengel is a Democrat in good standing a long time journalist Democrat party writer journalist Democrat and journalists but what's the difference there they're inseparable New York times Washington post Democrat Democrat and he's got a piece in The Washington Post today why America needs I hate speech law see they're trying to outlaw speech they're trying to ban and criminalize speech that they disagree with the left and other totalitarian Treacher almost always lefties everywhere in the world they do this this is one of the tools they use to imprison their political enemies they banned speech they criminalize speech and they put you in prison for saying things America is a great beacon of light precisely because we don't allow that kind of third world you know a rifle **** to the head jail your grandmother for speaking up against the dictator stuff but Richard Stengel has an authoritarian leanings because he's what we used to refer to as a liberal but really he's a leftist and they are they are vicious totalitarian who will jail you for saying things nothing could be more on American they they they they don't want you to practice your religion in the public square that's one of the elements of the first amendment they want to control the press one of the elements of the first moment and they want to criminalize speech that's the first moment they're also coming for the second amendment these people are not Americans Richard Stengel as an anti American on American pig Richard Stengel as former editor of time magazine and the author of information worse it was a state department undersecretary for public diplomacy and public affairs from two thousand thirteen to two thousand sixteen what is that he dropped his job to go work for Obama just like that guy at CNN you know Jim sciutto and he says when I was a journalist I loved Oliver Wendell Holmes assertion blah blah blah a goes on it as a lot of crap and then he says as a an Obama administration bought liquor he was sent to the Arab world and while he was in the Arab world he I ran into Arabs who said that it was really upsetting very upsetting to Muslims in the Arab world that in America we would allow people to burn the car ran member that guy in Florida who are burned the Karan because this is still America and Richard Engel said that he went to the Islamic world which is all authoritarian totalitarian there are no liberties and women and I execute gay people and stuff so he wants to model America on them we can start throwing gay people off of rooftops like isis and and like Iran they hang him from cranes and public squares for being gay and stuff Richard Engel very upset he said he went to the Arab world he learned that Muslims there were upset that we allowed people to burn the Karan and and he uses that as part of his argument as to why we should criminalize speech in America me because you know speech can hurt you know not as much as dating Matt Lauer but it can it can hurt and and he is now on the school where we need to criminalize speech of course they only do it to their political enemies that's what that's what authoritarian stood rigid staying on Obama administration official a lifelong Democrat he wants to make sure that we don't burn the Karan he's Jewish to I've been critical of him I think that probably makes me an anti.

"treacher" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:42 min | 2 years ago

"treacher" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Here's some of the celebration. as for for walking out. after the guilty verdict. you know I watched amber Geiger sit there. and they couldn't chore face because the way the court was set up in the media was the shippers restricted that one camera. and hearing those hecklers and people feeling guilty guilty and you know I think was the hardest point for her at that point was when she was left alone. I watched all the way to the video ended she was left alone her attorney said to get up the lever and she is in lieu Sterrett tonight. she is in the loo Sterrett jail tonight definitely in protective custody because any cop I don't care who it is cannot be left in general population she will not make it no one will make it very very tough night for her and her family tonight and it is a horrific time to be any one of the both of John family and has been for over a year now as well. and it's been very important for me and for all of us to hear the pain of the family and to watch the body cam to see. you know it feels like one of our loved ones watching the strangers. time to save life. but why did this jury convict when it was clearly obvious. that it was not murder ended the charge of murder was proper but it wasn't murder. and good to that in just a second as promised I want to read to you. the other car they're going from Mike monta the head of the Dallas police association out to. local religious leaders and community activists according to this one of the many reports have been for me the one of the Reverend Dr folks from one of the churches insisted model be held accountable for his attempted interference twenty of stop the in car audio recording in car camera and I pulled a dagger out but that's his job he is one of our counselors as the head of her union Freddie Haynes from principle Lester Baptista Treacher also call for Montana step down for the going for him among others I'm sorry I think the more more time of the process this this was a. decision and in fact I I I saw one of the race pimp attorneys one of one of their colleagues was commented on channel eight today he said believe it or not he actually said that he had heard that some of the jurors made up their mind before the trial even started. and he's on the the the side of the of the prosecution and he said he had heard that there were rumors. I will get to appeal possibilities with our guest coming up at eight thirty. just you know that's going to be on the horizon for sure but we'll get to that with our attorney Pete Solti but why I think this was something that had to do with the black lives matter or stuff social justice stuff kinda like OJ where yeah because you see folks all across the country say you know this is for us you see the race from attorneys that are involved in this case saying this is for Trayvon Michael brown in all these thugs. Eric garner at central. and so maybe that's why that's that's my only guess I'm I will say this they clearly. clearly did not like. nor did they believe. amber Geiger they did not like her and they did not believe her. and therefore the only person that could testify. in their eyes was not likable. and was not believable. and that's what they're in. eight hundred two eight eight W. B. A. P. as our number eight hundred two eight eight nine two two seven. Tom in Arlington your live on W. B. A. P. hello Tom. Hey Chris I just wanted to make a couple comments and I'll hang up and listen to you first you said something about druggies inside he's been involved in I don't think that really had anything to do with the guy that got killed and sank initially because you let me pause you on that. because I had because everybody that was mentioned here they that you need to understand the race pepper turning to handle this case say quote this verdict I'm talking about the civil attorneys in criminal attorneys that spoke out today this verdict is for Trayvon from Michael brown for air glider those are druggies and tell you Sir so this is not a need these are the race pepper tourney is that I'm handling this case they are lumping the drug use and drug use in with this guy they are bringing the memory of both John down by lumping these thugs who didn't want a job soul stuffy legally on the streets had thirty arrests had the kids from different families and strong arm committed strong arm robbery and try to kill a cop that was not both in John but the using him and that's when you so yes this is a victory for drug use and buggies because they're all big and bold and because they're saying when you're the next Michael brown you try to kill a cop we're on your side and we're gonna take down that cop even if he does his job properly like the cop in the Michael brown case did even the Obama justice department saw nothing wrong with the cop did you know that. yes I totally agree with that so there's thank god there saying back guy is gonna hang like Geiger is hang in tonight in the jail and that's what right just clear tonight and that's why we're all going to suffer because it with the police in this city and this gonna river right beyond the city we're all going to suffer and you know the irony as I mentioned earlier African American people are people of color in trouble areas are going to suffer the most as they cheered. you're absolutely right about that why would you can yeah one other quick one other quite quick question if you're gonna have to sit in jail during this process yes there's a law that passed in twenty seventeen that said that if it's the I believe it's because murder she is not I even if they appeal she cannot get out on the field so she will not she is in jail he's a loose there it's night what she's gonna stay in protective custody guarantee because they know cop does does anything but that she's in jail right now. thank you so much for your comment thank you and thanks for being willing to open up to listen to what I had to say them and and in that first point let's go to branded in fourth you live on WBAP hi Brandon. Hey Chris side on good Sir how are you. all well I'm I'm very upset with you and I'm very upset with everybody else that believes that you know amber got screwed. I don't believe that'll all. in fact I'm gonna say this real quick okay I'm actually a white conservative Republican Christian man okay I'm thirty five years old all right now I'm gonna tell you very very quickly if I can all right you're right about thirty seconds thirty seconds they gonna do it well this is an NPR so you don't get to get on and talk for ten minutes sorry about why sorry IT can manage but more than thirty second spent about thirty forty seconds if I give everybody two three four five minutes to be the most boring show in the world now one person can control with thousands and thousands and thousands and thousands and thousands of people listen to now my call screener should've told you get right to the point to tell you that now I did not. now. which I hope you can think about how you can rephrase it make it quick because boy I gotta tell you what's coming up next there's one line opened stay on hold our legal expert is coming up next Attorney P. Solti follow him on Twitter what's amazing that you need to know people I raise a somebody that Pete is the antithesis of me politically. Pete is the antithesis of me politically we are not a lockstep in any way shape or form politically but he is and I've said this we've kind of set together each night that he and.

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"treacher" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"treacher" Discussed on 600 WREC

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"treacher" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

05:57 min | 3 years ago

"treacher" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"I. You called it quits after that. Oh, yeah. Good. Good move one swat visit. And i'm. That's the that's the limit Elissa. Thanks for your call. Another police story. Yeah. Right. A rightful case of somebody actually did something right? Susan in Ewing, New Jersey one zero one point five. And apparently she just had a gun pulled on her now. Gary, but your call will now be disconnected are disconnected it, but I just wanted to make it seem like we did it, right? Like, we had the upper hand is we're bad asses. She just hung up on us. Yeah. Thanks a lot Bill and Morgantown, you're on New Jersey one at one point five. Hey, how you doing? I love your show. Thank you Bill. We were we were working on a doing testing on the pipeline and CA. And it goes like right through somebody property, and we were out there working on it. And all of a sudden, the guy walks up in full, tears, and is holding a gun at us. So we told her we told the supervisor at the time. He went up, and he started talking to the guy they called the police and everything. And they came out, and I don't know if the guy, but they brought him in and they talked to him. So. They don't want the pipeline. Yeah. Why would he pulling a gun on? Do you think? He was the think you were doing something nefarious. I don't know. I guess they I guess they just don't want it or they don't want the pilot. Yeah. He just told us to get off his property. Sounds like the old west the pipeline thing all these pipelines. There's always like I can't believe that they're allowed to do this. Let's take somebody's property and put it through and Bill. Thanks for your call. We have another Bill from Pennsylvania. You're on New Jersey one point five. Yeah. You're doing okay. Yeah. I was at my office one day, we heard some commotion outside and copper so outside. So well, let's go down check it out. So walk out the door and lo and behold, there's fourteen officers gunned down would what what did you done? I didn't do anything apparently, apparently, my son and his friend were playing around. They had one of those little plastic guns shoot the little beads and they were playing around in the yard. Well, they want to come in and the door sticks. So the kick the door well to get in a passer bys saw kicked the door open and called the police. So they I mean, there were cut cars all over the place. It was unbelievable. So came out the door. And I said this is what's going on. They go Grammy. And cut me once they had everyone cuff, then they asked us for you know, the story what's going on. Explain it to them. Then they proceeded to escort me in the house to find the so-called gun, and the I was still cuffed. And they were giving me a hard time for I looked in another room. And they said, well, you didn't say it was in there. Don't deviate really is have a guns now. And I'm Compton you're worried about it. So that they didn't know it was a fake gun through the time. No. But when once they sounding goes, I see why born because it looks like a real gun. I should really it's because it shoots up plastic things. There were horsing around how long ago was this. Pardon? How long ago was this? Oh, two years ago. Because they take that seriously those air soft guns. I should mention the air, but we have a couple in the garage. My son had when he was a well one he is younger than been used probably ten years or so, but they look kind of real when I I know in New Jersey, they treat them as you can't transact announced crazy anything when I was in high school me and my friends had like those plastic pelicans like tiny little plastic pellets. They don't even hurt, but we had like his reprogram into teams in school. Like, we'd be running around with these things, and nobody said, boo. Like if you take him away when they found him. But there was you do that today. You're in front of a judge. You did. Yeah. You're expelled. Yeah. You're right. You would it be an illegal loan? I was always surprised by that that the air soft guns are treated just like a real gun in New Jersey. That's ridiculous. Dish one you can't have one stuck in your waistband just like having a an operational fire. That's absurd. But they're in your garage in case. But they haven't moved laws listening Caleb in doylestown. You're on New Jersey one oh one point five. Hey, guys, I got pulled over by police officer while driving or sorry, riding a motorcycle through quakertown. I just bought the motorcycle a week before off of my cousin and saw the cop behind me. So I knew he was gonna pull me over eventually, and I was doing five below. I just didn't know why he was going the over. So you find a nice straight treacher road and pulled me over and stays in the center of the road and makes traffic stop behind him. And all the gun on me tells me to put my hands behind my head and comes up behind me in handcuffs me, and my bike was reported as stolen, and so I laughed and I explained to him. I just bought it a week ago off my cousin had all the papers. And he had two more officers up while they sat me down on the graph for two hours and cops and what at all their information. And then they came up to me and chuckled and said, you're gonna laugh at this some motorcycle in New Jersey with your plate number was reported as stolen it. We just got confused with yours. Sure, you laugh quite a bit after two hours of being I had a I had a good chuckle, Andrew guffaw. So I'm sure they apologized. No. Kayla. Thanks for your call. So who has had a gun pointed at them one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five tonight..

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"treacher" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

03:38 min | 3 years ago

"treacher" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Plug, and and let the person died peacefully, but this family honestly, can't like, oh, so I think in some weird way these no matter what happens this guy's going to jail. So they're getting child maybe like people who really needed it. I don't know. I'm trying to think like a hallmark ending for it. You know, perhaps because this is such a fucking terrible thing. But it's like you look at that child. And all you think is is like the treacher in necrophilia behind. So who do we think it was like a nurse? Well, so then there's a follow up story that the facility where women in vegetative sticky birth was cited after a staff walked in on nude patient. So this this is gonna business. Oh, I mean, of course, but they have prior citations. And who do you think it is someone who works there? Obviously. Right. Like. Janitor nurse doctor. Discussed lake maybe like someone else's visitor. Ooh. Yeah. You know? I just think there's no greater injustice than like when things like this happen in a medical facility because we're really supposed to think like people pay a lot of money and like put a lot of their trust into nursing homes or re rehab facilities. So when when these kinds of terrible things happened at a place like that, it makes it so much worse. Like, she was supposed to be safe for sure. But like, that's where these horrible things happens. Because really, no one's paying attention. Totally. There's just so many people who need help. It's really sad. It's so terrible. Anyways, this story is like wild. If you didn't know it. Now, you know, and we will continue to update you the CEO of the center resigned today. Good good. But we'll continue to update you as we get more information because but so now also here's a question she gave birth. So they've known for a while she was pregnant now they found out she was pregnant because she was like moaning and labor, but she didn't have a belly. Like, I mean that should then that's negligence. Yes. Not knowing someone's pregnant is. Yes, also. Legends. And this is a weird question. But if you're in a vegetative state, would you be getting your period every month on and then she's not getting pressure and? If you're in a vegetative state. You can't push what they do a C section new. But like if the baby's cutting like the baby's coming so used to push it out though, it doesn't come on its own. For sure, but the gently just such an maybe there's more actually they barely giving us any information. I doubt they gave us that level. But yeah, I don't know. And it's just so many so many things about this. I smell a cover up for and it, smells like a big fart. Okay. Speaking of people who didn't know that they were pregnant a woman gives birth in the backseat of New York City taxi. Great. I'm sure I literally took it this morning for an expectant mom. Oh, it was one of the big ones to handcuff. Oh my God. Thank god. It was that. There was a nice things because they have these new ones that look like spaceship. So it's actually it's handy capable and pregnant and there's a ton of room on the floor that you could have lied down for sure labor capable to Leiva boat. An expectant mom got a dose of TLC Tuesday morning. I think they mean like the network when her baby was born in the back of a yellow cab on the upper east side fencing police got a call for a woman in labor in a yellow cab at seven fifty five AM at the intersection of seventy th street and second avenue cop said the baby was born without a hitch and transported along with mom to New York. Presbyterian, Weill Cornell Medical center on east sixteenth street cop said both mom and baby are doing fine create this so weird like it's like that episode of desperate housewives when Lynette they find out that the Scott those the twins friend is like the murderer Hootie murder. Eddie, he was the one like he he did hit Julie O F because he came from a bad home, right? There that episode was so sad and limit really saw the good in him and she gave birth on his fucking couch..

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