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"um frank" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Alright, Let's talk a little Labor Day. The first Labor Day holiday was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5th 18 82 in New York City. I think Roger Bad ish covered that story. No, Roger there was there. Yes, Uh, 1918 84. The first Monday in September was selected as the holidays originally proposed, Um and you know, to celebrate the American worker which we do of course today. Liberty is also the third most popular holiday weekend for barbecuing after July 4th Memorial Day, and according to the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, she belonged to that anti. Remember My membership was revoked. It was revoked. I want to ever want to know why. It says it ends on labor Day. Like, okay, whatever. Like who comes up with that? Whatever. All right, um, the legacy of Jerry Lewis. I want to talk a little bit about this in the Labor Day telephone. When the M D A. When I When I still think of this weekend, I think of the Muscular Dystrophy Association. They still do a lot of events. They do a lot of streaming things, but not at the level of the telephone that they did with Jerry. It was Most seven decades. Jerry Lewis, You know producer, director, writer and movie star as host. He raised over a $1.5 billion over that period of time. That he hosted and it was the biggest names at the end. It was getting a little scary, but it was the biggest name in the biggest stars. That appeared, But you remember watching. You know all the time. Yeah, um Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis used to conclude their popular NBC variety show with a special appeal for the M D a every week, and it was 1966 that he did his first Labor Day telethon. And they raised about a million dollars was just on a New York station. Any continued each year is the telephone grew into a huge event more than 200 stations. Think about the names being Crosby, Jack Benny Adam Sandler, the Friends cast. Um Ed McMahon became a stalwart on that show, but the music, the music performances, the comedians. It was fantastic. Um Frank Sinatra, of course, was on there. And that was the big thing. Back in the 19 seventies Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis famous comedy team. They broke up quite a long time ago and Frank Sinatra decided to bring Dean Martin on the show to reunite with Jerry Lewis, which is probably the biggest event in the history of the M D. A. He was watched by, like 65 million people. We've got a little click clip from that moment when Dean and Jerry started talking, Let's take a Listen. I don't know how.
"um frank" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Now you see it. We got three minutes to me in my mind. He's certifiable seven w abc really great talking to you. Okay, Thank you so much Early. I really enjoyed the Shedding light on which Joey from Queens was was asking him. You know, me and me and my toasted ladies. Okay, then, um, Frank lightly and I wish so Fio and Jesus go into her body and take all the impurities out and and have whole kid needs to be flowing and you all take care. And you're the best enjoy about to get married and leave the show. And, um, your crew and your cast was good. And everybody the show was excellent. And have a nice day. God bless you, Shirley. Great call. Thank you so much. Maria. God bless you. She dropped the mic. Maria, did you did you like? Did you like listening to you? Like participating the whole show? Yeah, absolutely. It was a lot of fun and a great honor. Thank you so much. God bless you, Anthony. Frankie. You made my night tonight with the 40, the entity from Grimaldi's Pizza and Frankie. At the limelight, Church, old Limelight Church 40 Michael and down my pillows. God bless you, My brother. We talk to you later. Body will have a beautiful night and I talk to you again. You're the best, Anthony. You made my night with those He bought 40 Mike Lindell, my pillows. He sent me the receipts. So we're out of here. Anthony from Grimaldi's, You gotta go there. 20th at Sixth Avenue. The Maldives pizza at the old limelight Church that 718 Wait. Let me get this number here. Oh, please. I want to shout it out one more time to 12. 807 78 50. That's Grimaldi's pizza at the old Lyme like church. That's 212807 78 50. We're out of here. Great show Joey from Queens. We have a great show tonight. We got a new coal screen of PD. Bruce. He did a great job. Your timing was impeccable. You can't keep up with this. She can't. No way I'll see you. In the future. Red Apple media is proud to celebrate 100 years as one of America's most influential radio stations and New York's first double your baby and W Well, I rfm Hampton bays. It's war in US history ended are stunning and devastating Storm which ravaged the South and put parts of the Northeast underwater, claiming the lives of doesn't a weak jobs report and the latest covid 19 warnings. It's the major headline we are following on this Labor Day holiday weekend. I'm Ray Raymond E. The week started with the final plane leaving Kabul airport in Afghanistan on Monday night. Just minutes before that August 31st deadline ending the 20 year military war in Afghanistan, the president saying, Despite the more than 120,000 people evacuated out of Afghanistan more than 5000 Americans, there were still 100 to 200 Americans who are still in the country. Pentagon officials say the mission in Afghanistan has transitioned from military to diplomatic as the focus remains to get those Americans and Afghan allies out of the country. And to provide 800 more refugees from Afghanistan to the Louisiana coast. The Southeast continues to recover.
"um frank" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Was his proper name certificate. And this was May I briefly talk about Frank before you go on with your story. So, Donna. Some things are like a bit. You know, It's kind of comedy for the radio. Yeah, Donna was talking about this fly casually saying, you know, there's been this fly in my kitchen and he's just like they're all the time. But then I started to talk about how she kind of looked forward to seeing him. No. If I had your your dog Max had recently passed away. Yes. So she was in? No, It's sad. I can't make fun of her. No, you still can't done because you kill it. And then I'm like I don't know if I can. So I started like waking up and go in seeing the fly and going good morning and talking to it. I know it and then it was great. Too bad. We don't have access to it. I don't think any more. Marley even recorded a song. Um, as a part of after he did pass away of sort of eulogizing, Um, Frank, it might be somewhere deep in there. If you search Frankie or Frank look under. It should be under Donna's telltale signs that folder that I started. But then she really developed this affinity so she would talk about Frankie and he's there in my fly like an unlikely friend and then, uh, like it's a rahm, come in. And then Frankie, you know, stopped coming around as much I don't want to use to graphic of terminology here for poor Donna. But Frankie stopped coming by. And so we can only assume that she kicked it. The worst That happened. Uh huh..
"um frank" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"We watch. Do you really know what time do you all watch it, uh, usually around seven o'clock, and the caffeine doesn't keep you up all night. Not me. Okay? You guys mentioned this weekend that you're going to watch Jaws, right? Yeah, absolutely Forgot to live. Okay, let's let's synchronize our time. So Becky and I can also watch. Okay? Yes, This will be like when we're kids, and everybody saw Wizard of Oz on the same day. A idea? Yes. So everybody listening. Let's watch Joe, let's set up a time. Everyone can watch Jaws and we can talk about it Monday or text each other. No, don't like you said, Let's open up to everybody. Just say yes, everybody was. We're all going to watch Jaws at X. Yes, yes, And it really is the perfect Fourth of July movie. Is it? Not? No one absolutely is. I mean, they have another one. Some would say, Independence Day, but okay, that's in there. That's in there, but some which they born on the fourth of July. That's it. I didn't like that A little dark. Didn't like that movie at all. I wasn't a big fan at all. I mean, Tom Cruise is great in. Oh, sure. Oh, my gosh. No, I didn't like it at all. What else? Um, let's see. Should we do this on Monday when we're all off? Should it be on Sunday? I think Monday is on Sunday, though. Correct is Yeah. Okay. We're off Monday. Well, you're going to be barbecuing and drinking. You're not going to be okay. So let's do it Monday might be, uh, will be on Monday Thing. Watch twice. Let's watch it on Monday because I may or may not be hammered on no boating accident and it wasn't Jack the Ripper. We've got until Friday to figure out of time. So if anyone has suggestions reach out on social media, I I showed white last year lost movie clips. Okay, let me ask from Jaws that they had cut from the movie because they thought it was too graphic. I'm gonna ask you both a question if you get the answer. I'll kiss your rear end on Broadway at five o'clock, Okay? I don't want to answer the question. Of course you do. Who was the harbormaster in jaw? Oh, Cox, you know? No. You can see it. I can see it on your face. You can see the sign. Oh, Oh, damn you. The harbormaster is, um Frank. No, It's not Frank. Who is it? Frank? Sylvia. What? Frank? Sylvia, is it? It was right. It was Frank. Right? It was Frank. Okay? And I love the big fat guy that goes What? I'm your boy. It's a word. It's a what? It's a tiger shark. It's a word. Uh, like when Dreyfuss goes, I'm looking for a good He's on the end of the pier. Get you point me in direction of a good hotel. Yeah. Take five steps forward. All right, man. We love jaws, That's for sure. We love our money. Let's find out with the Bloomberg money minutes. Got to say about what's happening with trading today are NewsRadio 8 40. W. H A. S. This is a Bloomberg money minute. A new study seeks to put a price on the global tourism crash. The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, says the slump in tourism caused by the pandemic. Could drain as much as $4 trillion from the world economy for 2020 and 2021. Lot of young people in what is sometimes called the rent forever generation are hoping to become homeowners. Zillow survey found that Millennials and Gen Z ears were able to save some money during the pandemic, and three out of five of them plan to put that money towards a down payment on a home. We all have individual recollections of the pandemic. But how will covid 19 be seen by future generations? All around the world? Museums are starting to consider how to memorialize an event that's not over Yet Curator is have begun to collect and display artifacts that reflect some of the experiences. Stock market is starting out mixed this morning, Jeff Bellenger Bloomberg radio. You heard you could save big when you bundle home and auto with progressive. So you went online to check it out. But then you saw a link for a survey about which type of bread.
"um frank" Discussed on 710 WOR
"The greatest Sinatra book. Don't even ask any questions. Just go order it right now. You will love this book, Sinatra and me. It just came out. It's called Sinatra and me in the wee small hours, Tony Open to Sano. He's a legend in show business, known as Tonio was the closest guy to Frank Sinatra in the last 20 years. He just never left his side. It is. It's got only amazing parts of Sinatra, but all the intimate details. It's There's a lot of sadness in this book. But if you want to know everything, this is the book, Sinatra and Me. It just came out. Tonio, How you doing? Pretty well, Mark Boy. What an introduction. Holy Christmas! I got to send you a check. Yeah. No, it's an incredible. Now. Listen, uh, I've known you for years. I want to thank you because I know it's 8 40 in the morning, Los Angeles time. You have never been up this early in your life. You and Frank used to get up. What? Two in the afternoon. So I thank you for getting up this early. I don't know You did it. My pleasure, my friend. He he who used to say Sunrise is best seen on the way to bed. Yeah. Yeah. Sometimes, he says somebody will meet me for breakfast. And they say I don't want to go to bed early, and they have to tell him Breakfast is two in the afternoon. So, uh, Listen, I don't know where to start with this book, but the A lot of people went through the pandemic. You're stuck at home. You're sitting at home. It was tough. But you went through. Sinatra is the biggest star in the world. Biggest entourage traveling the world the most glamorously and then the last year or so not well, you and him alone on the couch every day at home watching TV. What was that? Like for you? And and how did he get through that? You know, we, uh we had so much in common, You know, ethnicity and the way we were brought up and you know, and and the music In addition Having been a musician. I was a singer at one time, and we have plenty of things to talk about were never at a loss. Yeah, but there were times we must have said to you. I miss being on the road I missed my life can be winding down. That career must have been so tough on him. So what kind of strength that you have mentally to get through that? You know, it really was, but because he was so devoted to his fan base, uh and and in his mind, he said, You know, these are the people that paid the freight to get me where I was And if I can't do What I think is, you know is a really good job, Iowa to my fans to all the way. Yeah, And that's part of part of the reason why he decided to pack it in. It wasn't easy. Obviously, of course he missed it. But, uh He said. I would I would. I would rather do that and and go out. You know, with a level of class than then do something to embarrass myself and, uh You know and play short, Just just about enough wasn't his style. Yeah, It's a great book. It's called Sinatra and me, and it tells everything about, uh, I mean, you were there for everyone to give away the stories. You can read them in the book, But you were there the night he got into the fight with John Gotti, and that didn't go well, and you were there for a date with Jackie Onassis. There's a lot of stuff in this book. And I mean, you were always a fan. So what was it like to finally be there and be I witnessed all of this? Oh, you know, every once in a while, I would sneak off to the men's room and pinch myself. Is this really happening? Uh um You know, it was It's something that happened over a period of years. Um, I mean, we met in 1972, thanks to Jilly. And, um Frank was in his self imposed retirement. At that point, he he wandered away from the business. You wanted to spend more time with friends and family. And he told me in later years that the other part of it was that he wasn't quite sure that he was relevant to my generation. And, uh, But we spent quite a bit of time at the club, and then I moved to California in 76, because everything was drying up in New York, But we continue to see each other and then in the eighties, when I gave up my career as a performer, got into producing T V and stuff. Was doing more and more things with Jilly, which caused me to spend far more time down the desert than I would have normally and, uh, being right around the corner from Frank. I was spending more and more time with Frank. And well, you became the leader. Yeah, eventually became the closest guy in his life. But, hey, look, this is all in the book, so I'm not revealing anything that is in the book, But I was not a big fan of Barbara. The last wife. Lot of people would say that. And here's a guy Sinatra, who was the most powerful guy fought with the biggest people on Earth. Yet he's getting pushed around a little by the wife At the end of the book. She's selling his Palm Springs the state when he doesn't want to. How did it come? That he just couldn't stand up to her? What was that all about? You know he? Uh yeah. It was a complicated relationship. They were very both of them were very much in love with each other. And sometimes you know you you, actually Yes. And then you think about after what you did, and you say what they wanted. I do that would I allow Why did I allow that to happen? But Um, you know, he he did love her and she loved him. And you know, to make a marriage work. Sometimes you do things that you know, you probably would have been better off not doing. Just to keep the peace of the house. Yeah, well, it's a pretty complicated relationship. It's in the book. It's called Sinatra and Me, and this is really every intimate detail. You won't get anywhere else. And it's all real and true. Sinatra and me, Tony open dishonor the book just came out..
"um frank" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Know, generally generally have. And then a guys know I'm the same in general. These guys are Olympic athletes at this point back then they were generalists, You know? Okay, a boxing. Okay, jujitsu. I don't think they were. They weren't as rough as Bob Blue was, Um And, um You have to look him up to if you're out there, listening. One outstanding fighter. He thought all the best people in the U. S. C. Um I happened just to study him in and out on tape for that competition. I mean, I literally, uh, the match before him. There was a Olympic wrestler guy from Iran or something like that, that I went against me. He just looked like he was a ball of muscle. So I was actually more worried about that guy had to get through him to go to Bob Blue and then to the next guy. And yes, so I didn't have the luxury when I competed to go against it. You know, people that were at my rank Because I was the first in line We were, you know, kind of the first judicial people in America. And so when I was, you know, just a purple belt that was like a black belt in America. So there you know, nobody else was a permanent. They saw that belt and the room was like, Wow, Let's watch this match. So they would pit me against the Giants to that were also very good at Jiu Jitsu. So generally like a bigger dude would get their purple belt faster because they were just smashing everyone at the gym, you know, and so instead of me going against someone in my weight class, they got to. You know, these promoters got a kick out of putting this little kid against these monsters. And you know, most of the time I came out, I came out on top. So talking about the USC, which is obviously heavily influence through present jujitsu. I've known you for 14 years and I got to meet. You know, Frankie Egger is UFC champion because of you and balanced studios. How many UFC fighters or champions? Have you and balance trained and cornered. It is countless. I mean, yeah, So so So, you know, like, coming through balance training with us and helping corner you know, you would see Eddie Alvarez has been through there. Charlie Brennaman. Um and, uh um, Frank, he's been through there. Obviously. Frankie Edgar 1st 1st couple fights. Uh, Anton Berzin for UFC. You know, like I had court right below me right now. Corey Anderson. USC was training. And so the guys, they use the space we get out there, we corner room and you know, a lot of the guys have come out on top and not just UFC have you know a lot of Belich or fighters and then Question for you. So this is important because especially now these are not like these are current champions. And oh, yeah. Terrific Athletes that you're working with The fight camps are so serious. Why do you feel that These people are choosing you because at this level of publicity and money as a pro sport now that UFC is they could choose any camp to work with that These people are choosing their seeking out the my glorious brothers. Why do you think these Superb athletes want to be trained by you and your brother. A lot of the time. It's because we we only pick Certain for you to do it with right? So we need the most serious. You know, the guys looking for the gold and no BFC, we We don't You know, I don't think they have time for it, nor do we. So these are guys that are the most coachable And, you know, most talented, the most serious about what they're doing. And those are the best partners anyway. To have in any sort of thing. Yes. No, I love this now. So your training UFC athletes UFC champions In addition to the UFC, if I if I'm if I have my information correctly, you trained the FBI, The Marines, the SWAT teams. And you know real serious law enforcement where and you do weapons defenses and things like that. Can you talk about that's serious stuff. This is combat. And this is people's lives. How is is Brazilian jiu jitsu to relevant? For law enforcement and military and high level federal agents. Well, number one. It's self defense to save your life so that you know you get grounded by somebody That is, you know, has a weapon or as bigger, stronger and just, you know. Insane. You need to get up and get out of there and routine your weapons. So the jiu jitsu that that we developed for law enforcement for military is specifically for that first self defense to keep these, you know, officers healthy and alive, and secondly, it is used for apprehending suspects. So, um, and it works. That's the biggest thing. It's not, You know, It's not like it's without truth. So these things work and every at this point, so I started in the nineties early nineties. Doing things with the FBI doing things with SWAT teams in New York City, you name it, the kind of worked with them. You know, Homeland security. I've worked in flexi down in Georgia. Everywhere all over the United States and you know, I've led You know clinics with over 100 people in the room coming out just to just to learn some of those ju jitsu stuff. But like I said, it literally a lifesaver has been proven sort of tall. What's that, like for you? Because for me, there's there's this sport and there's the art again. We talked about earlier before the show martial artists. Sometimes people forget the aid. There's an art to it. There's a passion. But when you're talking about saving a person's life, like these law enforcement officers, they have Children, these soldiers, these SWAT team members, these people are putting their lives in harm's way to serve and protect. Theoretically, right, And so what does that feel like for you and for your team to be able to literally save lives and protect people by your teachings? That's gotta feel good brothers. Well, It is the reason why I still do and teach Ju jitsu today, so not just the law enforcement but to regular people and based off of the letters and conversations I've had with students over the years. They don't just do Jiu jitsu just to be a badass. That's not the idea. So there's so much more to it, you know, like without getting too much into it. This art has kept some of our students on this earth alive. Because they were able to get through difficult things because they had. You know this sort of ju jitsu mindset that teaches you how to relax. Pause. Everything has an end. You know, you'll get through this sort of thing. So that's the idea and for law enforcement. It's a must to stale, you know, to stay alive at your job that you go to every day, so I was going to say something about law enforcement and teaching them. So when I teach a regular student I never get questions like Will that work? Prove it. So with law enforcement. I've never had to choke out so many students to prove that it worked. So law enforcement and military they're like, No, I don't think this stuff works, but I can do it in a kind way. Get a rack it up. Hug him around their neck with a little choke, and they're like, Wow, this works. I've had it multiple times I had approved to law enforcement and the military that you know this stuff works. I'm a you know, I started as a little kid and I took out too. You know, Two of my students in the law enforcement class, too. And I'm like Mary, you need to know this stuff. There's no way it is magic. I got a question on that because I didn't know this. This is hysterical. This is definitely like awesome to hear from you fill. So have you ever trained like a Navy seal or like a combat elite soldier? And tap them out. What was their reaction? As if you're like a Navy seal or a combat soldier, like, Well, here's the other thing, too. So there's a two parter..
"um frank" Discussed on WBSM 1420
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"um frank" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7
"Isn't answering story just came across the transom him. We have a team. Charged as an adult, has pleaded not guilty to multiple felony counts. Of Vote fraud. And they say that she and her mother Hacked into a computer system. Change the vote if convicted. Emily Rose, Grover 18. Faces a maximum of sentence of 16 years in prison officials say. State attorney's office in Escambia County in Florida. Confirmed ABC News today that Grover had been charged as an adult. Spokesman for the state attorney's office says she was 17 when the defense occurred. But shortly after they picked her up, she turned 18. She and her mother And assistant principal and ex school. Schedule be arraigned in the first judicial circuit court in Pensacola, May 14th So they had to do a computer system. And they change the vote. Of a homecoming queen contest of the Florida High School. Facing 16 years in prison if they just had the 2020 election. They be facing virtually no jail time. That amazing Now on this problem that we are we're seeing in the media about Asian hate crimes out there, not Asians committing them Asians being victim of hate crimes. And of course we've been talking about this, you know? Leave it to Uncle Phil to broach the subject that nobody else wants to talk about. Why is it that we're not being told that it's black on Asian crime? And why aren't we trying to get at the root of why that's happening? So if we get to the root of why it's happening. Maybe we can figure out a way to stop it. Instead, the news media folks just don't want to tell you The entire story. So, David writes and says, your observations of black on Asian crime is the norm. Well, I don't consider Nashville a big city. This has been the norm in every big city where I work since the 19 seventies. Have some thoughts on the Y of blacks assaulting Asians, but I refrained from that. Likewise, your caller regarding Japan showed extraordinary naivete. Perhaps I just have more Asian exposure. If the collar and understood Japan better and conduct of U. S forces stationed here after World War two he would understand why TV portrays Americans as societal bad actors from a Japanese point of view. To tell the truth. American servicemen have occasionally cause unneeded hostility and other communities in Europe and elsewhere. I might add that the tendency of Asian background businessmen in America to refrain from hiring blacks And business is located in black neighborhoods probably helps increase the friction between the two communities. That said, I could understand the Asian business man's point of view, too. And I was going to say this with the guy, But, you know, I don't say this without knowing, but Perhaps they are portraying Americans as the ones committing crime because there's relatively very low crime in Japan, and it could be that the Americans are committing this proportionate amount of crime in Japan. And that would be That would be white folks. What have the Americans To be white folks, black folks, Asian folks, But if the Americans so it's a it's a cultural difference. Japan historically has not had a lot of crime, especially violent crime. So Guess when Americans come in and commit crimes. It's a shock. And so they portray that on TV because that's probably what's happening. The best I can figure Um, Frank out. This is Phil. When you mentioned the politically correct Columbus Day, I didn't hear the end between the 1st and 2nd words and I thought it was Italian Indigenous Peoples Day. Hi. I thought, What the hell do they mean? The Is that the trust Kans. What the hell are we supposed to call them? After that, you cleared it up. Never mind, Frank. Yeah, we were talking about. They're changing. This is a New York City schools. They're changing it from Columbus Day, two Italian and indigenous People Day. S o. I don't know why Italian of because that's again. It's like saying b, c e and C e, as opposed to BC and maybe for what it actually is. They're going to call it Italian, American or Italian Day. Because of Columbus, for crying out loud, but they don't wanna acknowledge Columbus. So they just called her Italian Day. Which is really stupid, isn't it? The phone's 6157379986615737. W W T and and J T You're up next. J T What's up? How you doing? I'm extra good. How about yourself? I'm all right. I thought I would Maybe give your listeners a few faxes that could use with these folks with critical race theory Number one. Word slave comes from the Slavic people of Eastern Europe who were brought to Northern Africa and more numbers than any of the slave. They were taken from Africa to North or South America combined. Number to China. In ancient times, 3000 years ago had one of the most lucrative slave trades of all time. Okay, That's fact. Number three number four or excusing. Yeah, number four. Got all this information from a black man named Thomas Soul. Yes, Smart man. Yes, And just the last thing it's the Gregorian calendar. It was made in 15 82 by Catholics. They did. It's scientifically. That's why we keep B. C e. R B C because it's a nod to the Catholics and their God for making a great calendar. Well, there you go..
"um frank" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"Previous quarter. Where Twitter did disappoint wasn't its advertising business. It hasn't been able to jump on the digital ad boom like Facebook and Google, GM will be able to say it's building it's electric cars in North America. Just not all in the U. S. It'll put a billion dollars in a plant in Mexico that already builds Chevy Equinox and Blazer. SUVs, the plant will be ready to start building electric vehicles in 2023 riot. Thank you. Joan Ryan Gorman in for Jimmy Cephalonia here on South Florida's first news, and now let's bring in w I. O d. National correspondent Rory O'Neil. You can follow on Twitter at Radio Rory for the latest on the reopening is taking place across the country. The preparations for some some major shifts, Roy, Thanks so much for joining us this morning and really lots of talk of just getting big things back up and running that have maybe lags a little. But behind that the more more people are getting vaccinated, especially in the travel and tourism industry, which we see obviously hit so hard over the past year as we all know, but it's symbolic. Today. The Disneyland in California is finally reopening its been closed off for the last 13 months and finally got the go ahead to reopen. Lots of restrictions on Lee, California residents are allowed to go for now on about 25% capacity as well. But there was a 28 hour wait online. There's people trying to snatch up chickens. I mean, that's the kind of mission no sense to me. I mean, Disney World has been open for how long now and they're having made 50 years the 50 years. Actually this year Disney World overall, Yes, but there have been any problems. It's been one of the safest places to go. You know, they've done a great job with their safety protocols. Why in the world to Disney Land lagged that far behind it was counting When you're thinking what was Governor Governor Newsome was really you know, the administration there in California wasn't allowing any theme park to reopen. Universal did reopen there a little bit earlier. They just were faster on the jump to reopen. Disney said it would take more time to re train their staff and recall them get some of the back. Still, though none of the shows no. The nighttime fireworks stuff because they don't want people gathering in groups. Um, Frank, that wouldn't go. There's no fireworks where you going, anyway, But that's Zyl. Yeah, Some people love the fireworks aspect. Now New York City What I thought was really interesting here. So so enter. Yang is running for mayor of New York. And when Mayor de Blasio talked about July 1st. They're really trying to get everything up and going by then that's kind of their their target date. I guess he said Boyd, New Yorkers, You know they're looking forward to getting back to times Square. Are they? Because I don't New Yorkers don't really go to times Square. Yeah, boy, I can't wait back to get to get back to you know, South Beach, right? Exactly right. Suppose but you know, they have a July 1st deadline there now in New York, not a deadline, but the mayor promising they'll be fully re opened. They've got 6.3 million vaccinations out out of a population of 8.3 million, but the governor saying they should be reopened even sooner. S so that's going to get Broadway back of business, Get some of the tourist back. And really, that's the time to go. Since you won't have any international travelers, people, it'll all be Americans because we have so few international travelers allowed in the U. S. So maybe a smaller room, the cruise industry, potentially getting up and running again. That's gonna be huge. Especially for here in the state of Florida. No, absolutely. The CDC and the cruise line is getting a little bit closer. Looks like 95% of passengers were to be vaccinated 98% of the crew the wiggle room on the 95%. Why not 100? It's because the vaccines have been approved on young Children. So okay, That makes sense. A little bit of wiggle room in some of those numbers. A Disney cruise might not never be at 95%, but, um yeah, so they're looking at that hasn't been set yet. But some of the cruise lines are now much more optimistic that they will start re sailing by midsummer. Otherwise, their ships are already sailing and other parts ports. We've got the Disney ship going over to London and things like that. Wi OD national correspondent Rory O'Neill. Who, of course you can follow on Twitter at Radio Rory, Roy. Thanks so much for the time this morning. We appreciate it. Thanks, Right. Have a good weekend. All right. Now, let me bring in Manny for one of the biggest stories today, the NFL draft kicking off last night. Let's get an update on sports and and where the Dolphins decided to go with their pick. Speaking of crowds,.
"um frank" Discussed on KTRH
"Doctor and Palmer. Author of the shell Controversy book that is out now. Ah. Great book to get David. I know you have a question for Dr Palmer. Go ahead. Yes, in and of course Dr Palmer are in. You asked us to call you and, um the title of the book is so perfect because Yes, it is, As we all know, here sitting here we write about constantly and Shell magazine. There has been great controversy surrounding shell development, hydraulic fracturing. I was in the government of Affairs Arena in the industry and my career and in 2000 and eight we saw, you know a the the environmentalist groups and the news media and really even the entertainment industry Mount. This campaign began mounting a campaign To essentially demonize hydraulic fracturing. Asses as this evil force and pernicious threat to the environment. And so there's been a great I mean, my gosh. We had episodes of almost every TV series on network television, blaming fracking for for all manner of things, but But yes, You know, we've also had the development of science around that We're seismicity and flaring and all these controversial issues have developed around it. So I just wonder what You know, made this particular moment in time In your view, the right time to publish this boot. Look, it certainly seems like the right time to me to do something along these lines. Yes, I have hope that and I'm well aware of the political situation now and just cute story when I was when I was soliciting for my talk and fracking in earthquakes that The response was often on well of Frank's couldn't good or bad. And so in Dallas, where I did this to save Frank's a good and I said, Well, I said, I present both sides of the story. I went to you in Durango, Colorado with a lot of environmental liberals there and I said They asked me the same question that they wanted me to say, Frank. So bad. I'm so it It was very political, and I realized I needed to be careful. But I was honest. I'm a straight shooter, and I said, Look, I want to present both sides of this. Okay, every aspect of it so For example. Contamination off aquifers. Okay and again. I was coming out of the shell oil and gas, which is being a revolution the last 20 years, I said. Shale Frank's, They start deep. They usually deeper than 5000 ft aquifers shallower than 1000 ft. I said it's been proven that the Frank's never Grow up into those that with its okay, We've got measurements that proved that And so I can say things like that. But then I can also admit that Sometimes the aquifers of being contaminated and so what's that, dude? Well, it's well construction. It's generally a poor, cementing job, okay, and and it's good for the press to point that out. And it Z. Good All cos to be honest. Be transparent. Uh, admit it and fix it up promptly get that fixed up, Frank. That Z example. So if you want another example. Sure. What do you teach? Okay. Um, Frank's, um, these days, typically the long horizontal wells and the high volume fracturing It takes 20 million gallons of water to Frank one. Well, I mean up to 40 times, 40 separate tracks along the well. How much water is that? So I calculated that On a football stadium. If you take if you put it, If you can find all that water to the grassed area, the water would rise. 40 Ft 40 ft of water over the grassed area. That's Frank used in Frank's in just one. Well, So if you have 100 Wells, you've got 100 stadiums. And so this seems like an enormous amount of water. Okay, It's not not. Well understood. On the other hand on if you're in a drought area like we are in New Mexico, you really need to be thinking about that. You need to making sure that information is out. You don't want to be competing with branches and irrigation and drinking water for the city's Yeah, right. Exactly So But on the other hand in New Mexico, less than 1% of water usage is fracking and drunk less than 1%. The big The big elephant is Irrigation 7 70% exactly, But there's two sides of the story.
"um frank" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Oh, yeah, that it took the charge off. Yeah, the Texas Persons created car. So so she's sitting pretty but So PayPal is coming after me and say you have to Hmm. Yes. And if you don't pay ass, we're gonna put you into collections. So do I owe anything to pay past memory? Assuming Maureen, assuming you got the money to begin with, Okay. I mean, it's okay. It's gonna be in your papal agree for sure. I mean, if you got the money, it's not like you're going negative. I understand what you're saying. But they're not. They're not claiming You have to pay an extra 2200, right? Yes, they're claiming that my mom had no Maureen. Morning. Listen, your account was up 2200. Okay. At some point did you take the money out? Yes. Then you're not going into the negative. You are going to pay back the money. You took what I'm saying. Other than the rental itself. The money the time. You're out that actual money you took out Hey, pal, Watch it back. You're not going to end up negative, $2200 you are. But what I'm saying is from from a ground zero point of view. It's not like this cost you other than of course, your your time at that rental. I understand that part, but I'm that makes me feel a little better. You're just paying that money back, and I don't know how Frank does she does She have to pay that money back to PayPal, or are you going to say it's dependent on the agreement with PayPal, right? Right. And in terms of papal, it's kind of like, if you want to buy a house and you and if you're going to the closing, you say, you know, I don't like that that phrase right there unless you have it all determined with a lawyer. They're going to say you want to buy the house. These are the terms. That's why we buy another house. Same with the car. You want to go out and buy a car. What do you say? I don't like this phrase, so I don't wanna I don't wanna sign the agreement. Well, if you're not going to sign the agreement, then you're not gonna buy the car. Just the same way with PayPal in terms of a pal. Your contract describes what your responsibilities are and your benefits and what their responsibilities are in their benefits. So if they if they say you have to pay it back, which is logical, just like what Tom says. Then you pay it back or else you don't get to do pay palate. I assume you want to do papal. I would do it. I would do it too drunk. Why don't you just go after him? Did you have an agreement signed by them or not? Rental agreement. Yeah. With the with the Winters? Yes. That's what a man okay, so I sent that over to you, But it was It was a conversation. This is my rental agreement. If you agree, then Yes. This is payment Information. Your rental agreement. Talk about attorney's fees. It didn't look like it to me. No, it was nothing more than this is how much it is, and this is where it is. But listen, I would let him get away with a Marine, Frank on contingency. I don't know. I don't think the attorney of Frank Honestly do you think the attorney would get attorney's fees from the judge? And then the real question is what attorney is gonna look at this? On contingency for $2200 without a contract discussing attorney's fees. On everybody. Well, that that that's what people like we do for a living hell do it $100 is $200 the attorney Caesar just I want to say a kicker for additional monies. Them violating the contract. But if if somebody is an attorney in taxes says I'll do it for 25% or 30%. You know then then I'm $2200. If they make 700 bucks, and they add it with their other 1000, they're suing that month. Well, it's not a bad deal. Yeah, Yeah, I think that listen, I I think we need to get a name of somebody. But then if all else fails, what I would do and again, I understand what Frank is saying what I would do assume here in small claims court. With the rental. You can't go there in Texas. Why? No, but the rental took place here. I always thought it was where the transaction took place or where they live. That's what I thought. First. Small claims Court. Don't mark eventually going to go there. Okay. You can't tell someone that lives in Texas to come to small claims Court in Colorado. The judge will not allow it, okay. Um Frank. I don't know. You can do that with regular court, Frank. So why can't you do it with small claims? Where? I don't know. Again. There has to be a contract and if they after if she is marine, you had a contract in the contract says the venue for any disputes in okay, got it. Colorado. Okay, That's good to contract and all your agreement says is I'm gonna pay you 20 $2900 and you could stay for a week in my house and bail. Well, that that's how you have okay, by the way, Frank Ball attorney at Law three or 36 to 9. 7000 You know, I'll take a look at collections, especially businesses three or 3 67 very soon now, by the way. Maureen. We want the name and numbers of these people were going to contact him. We're gonna contact him Try to get him on the air. Right After this..
"um frank" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Talk radio that you control 6032836160 going to talk about whatever you want with you tonight, it's aria. Money and if they were in is regaling us with a story that have been Sunday here, and you have sure where you visited along with 17 other people the governor's house in new fields. Where there are police waiting for you. Oh, yes. All you guys attempted to Are you girls and other whatever All you tried to do was sing some songs. Over. Some would say, sign holding going on as well. But some song did occur. The Shire choir did have three songs that were performed out in front of Sununu's house. And No, we did like, five, but no, We only did 30. Yeah, they're lengthy and you get all the way through them. We did okay through all and it looked pretty bad in the second song. So the first song went completely, you know, fine. And then there was the second song that we were singing and these air Covad Carol's. If you would like to download the lyrics. You can do that over a TKO vid dot freaking calm and that'll take you to the covert Carole song sheets that you can download. So if you wanna try this at home you can you can go on your own covert caroling if you would like, but during the second song It was like pretty tense because five more state police cruisers rolled up so they were already in his driveway. There were at least five cruisers. And then across the street. There were at least another three, so they were probably have a minimum of eight cruisers. And I also including the undercover cars that were there as well in his driveway that you know, like the black obvious undercover vehicles. That's because in New Hampshire, it's illegal for them have unmarked vehicles, isn't it? I've never heard that. Okay. I don't know if that's what they get is close to not being visibly, Marcus thing. In fact, I've been pulled over by an unmarked car. So yeah, I'm certain that there are no cars in New Hampshire. Um, anyway, so during the second song, things got pretty tense because five more state police cruisers rolled in and just started parking around the outside of this circle that we were in. And they all gathered as we're saying, we're still singing, you know, Verse three or whatever this song and these cops. They're sort of forming like a phalanx this line of cops and they started walking towards us. While we were still singing, and they stopped. As though they it looked as though they were going to do something like that. You know, my my adrenaline was starting starting to pump like there's a lot of cops coming this way, and they didn't continue advancing. They stopped and kind of fell back. Toe where they've come from and just stood there. We went through another song. At that point, we did a third song. It's so curious how drastically different the cops reaction was Sunday to when it was the first time you went in December. For the first time people went in December or there's been multiple times legislation after the ban on picketing, you mean yeah, yeah, very different, In fact, widely different, because apparently, you know there were a couple again. There were a couple of other visits that the protesters had in the month of January that I didn't know about her attend or whatever that were also unmolested by the police. In this case, they definitely looked like they wanted to molest us. They were coming at us. They They have the You could see the big rolls of zip ties that they had on their belts. Right. So they were. They were ready to go. They had like it did seem like they were ready to do something because Frank was saying, like, Oh, they're they're saying they're going to give us all a ticket, and they said that they were getting ready to hand out tickets. But and I was getting kind of creeped out when I heard him say that they had slept eyes, But when we started singing, it's like they stopped. Yeah, I don't know if it was I want to give credit to the singing. I mean, because that's what I want to believe is what stopped these guys. Either that or they never had the intention to ticket us in the first place. And they thought they were just going to scare us off. You know, they thought maybe if they started marching toward us that we would leave, we didn't We stood our ground and sang another song in full and then decided And you know, it kind of looked at each other. And, like, all right, well, it's cold and I want to go and we've kind of done what we came here to do like we made our appearance. We said some things we held signs. We sang some songs. It's time to go. So we started packing up and as we're like, I'm loading up my tripod into the car. Um Frank, Who's the guy behind absolute defiance? Here in New Hampshire? Frank Footloose staples he started said We all know him is to put Lucy I didn't even know we had a real name are our listeners really don't know him at all? But But if you've been watching some of these videos, you you know who he is. Anyway, he approached the police and was starting to, like, Give them a raft of s, Basically, you know, over not ticketing because he was he was asking. He said, Give us what we came here for. We want ticket. I'm like, Yeah, I don't want tickets. I'm not interested in a ticket. I don't like I'm getting in the car. That is absolute defiance for whatever it's worth, and I appreciate him. You know, he I think the reason he really wanted one was because he wasn't there. The night that everybody had the crackdown happened. So he, for whatever reason, he wasn't able to make it. He doesn't have his own car. So usually has to, you know, resort to taking a ride from somebody so he couldn't get a ride. I don't think that night. And so I think he was bummed because he didn't get one of the original nine tickets that was issued. We'll also cause he said they're like unconstitutional and he could suing cost them more money. Yeah, he wants to. He wants to fight this ticket. I would be disappointed if the founder of Absolute Defiance did it all right. So he's up sort of Lino. He's gotten close to the police, right. And I'm seeing this happen from as I'm packing up the car, you get my number back out. So yeah. You know, I grabbed the camera and, like, all right, I'm gonna go walk over. Bonnie stayed in the car to keep the car running and keep the keys just in case something happened to me and nobody and nobody was also there with with the two of us. We'd all car pulled out so nobody and I walk up to this scene and as we're arriving They start putting him in handcuffs. And so I got video from both Frank Cell phone because Frank was recording good for him, Right? Like he's good at this Hey, was recording the whole interaction with the police in which the police she is supposedly the police chief of new fields. New Hampshire threatens Frank with arrest for disorderly conduct. And Frank says, Well, why? Why? You know what do you Why are you going to arrest me? If you keep talking loudly, the police chief says or something to that effect. He basically says, if you speak too loudly, we're going to arrest you. So it wasn't that somebody complained about all the notes because that was what they originally told us at one of the protests in December was you guys have to stop making all this noise? Because a neighbor complained. They didn't say that. In this case, they just said we're going to arrest you for disorderly conduct for talking too loud. And so Frank's response is basically why I'm always talking loud. This is my normal tone of voice. Are you saying you're going to arrest me? For, you know, my normal tone of voice and you know, they never don't think you really ever got a straight answer out of him, except that they did intend to arrest him for using a loud voice..
"um frank" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Much keeping this stuff. They let it live is beyond me. But we've suddenly look that is wearing a buck you before. Just fantastic. It's awesome baby with a capital and remember if you go to my struck through here anyway, Bottom line is I predicted today might be the next 34 27 Listen to it. Well, the six cameras well, so bet against this guy. Don't bet against this guy. Greatest of all time, but thank you, Thomas. Don't bet against this stuff to bet against, He said. He said, you know, he said it. Yeah. Don't bet against him. How many more times you need to see it? Murder? Any ties? You know fun. Two weeks. Meanwhile, Matt LeFlore the latest roadkill for Tom Brady in the Tampa Bay Bucks, and he, you know, he made a decision that is going to be forever. Considered one of the worst decisions and our buddy Stephen A. Smith made sure to check in How Do you not go for it on fourth and goal with Aaron Rodgers as your quarterback, Huh? Huh? Do you not do that? Matter flew off. Doesn't let Emma Rodgers go for the fourth to go listening to no damn analytic papal be analytic the analytic numbers and tell you the story. He's Aaron freak it Rogers. Give me the damn boy and let him decide the fuck the cracking voice of Stephen eight. I was great. Give him the damn ball. I've seen that a couple times. Just get just get damn. Thank you come back. Tremendous passion of Stephen and him his voice breaks on the him, doesn't it? That video. You listen to that all day. He's a gifted entertainer, Stephen A. That is really sure, man. I loved. This one comes played this in the leadoff spot. Um Frank Clark, who? By the way, don't forget. Frank Clark was a problem last year in the Super Bowl. It was a problem. He played really well, And maybe he's gonna be the guy that gets to Brady somehow, some way. He's of course, the Chiefs defensive end and he showed up in a fur coat. Polly shut out fur coats after the game, and somebody tried to bait him into some Tom Brady steps. Remember, Chase Young From Washington said Give me Tom Brady. Give me Tom Brady, right? Yeah, so they asked Frank Larkin in the fur coat. Would he say the same for a few weeks back Chase? Young say that he wants Tom Brady. He wants Tom, You have a message for the go ahead of them the Super Bowl. Um No, no, I got nothing to say to our mouse is on Sunday and so, but that's the smart man right there. See, that's a smart man. Now I got you got blank to say that is that is a great sound by well because every time you say something like that, did you just simply throwing gasoline on the Brady fire? He does add just a little, a slight, slight hint there. Of you know, I'll see you there. Hmm. No, no, I'm gonna say it's all mousey is on Sunday and said, Bob, Beautiful, Beautiful. That's great. Cut right there. Not ain't got blank to say. Keep that one around for the next two weeks cope. That's pretty darn good. Hey, And don't forget where you have to swear you have C crowd out there And that includes Waterboy and copes and our buddy Nick to tour. Oh, yeah. So close. You may need to help him now that the paper if you wasn't working, So what happened? Is they run all these things now through ESPN? Plus right, eh? So you can purchase the fight ESPN. Plus, I could have watched. You know you still have to purchase the fight must be in place. There. Are there some fights that are just put on ESPN plus on Lee, but they now use ESPN. Plus as like a paper. If you provide her almost you can order a three year I do it like through my PlayStation, Roku or whatever service you're using. Well, they turned 70 bucks for it. And basically as soon as the undercard ended, and they went to the main card, nobody could access the fight. Like the fight was not like basically the apples down. I tried to streaming from the Web site. The website was down, and it was sort of sort of funky about it was the day before the fight. Dana White had been called, and I think we have the audio was calling out illegal screamers because a lot of people scream the fight illegally. So won the fight wasn't working. That was Marcus and I started texting each other. That was the first thing I did was Went to an illegal stream of Dane is going to charge me and then not make it accessible. I'm gonna go find the fight somewhere else. Was it on an illegal street? Yeah. Still want an illegal screen, So I found it. I had to watch the stream for I'd say. Nearly and maybe almost two hours. I think I saw the final three fights or two fights of the main card on the back. You know, you're not just watching McGregor. You're watching the undercard. You know, I watch. Basically, I played golf on Saturday. When I got home. I basically watched Almost all of the under card because that's his watch in. How's that play with Sasha watching this watching these guys out here? Probably to these do I have in my living room and 17 we go three. Desperate, like every week. I don't miss any of it because I could watch on my computer and on the TV while sashes watching her. She's in the middle of some weird HBO. Big love Shit. I don't know somewhere it zah polygamy show. I don't know being right. But anyway no, I'm watching the undercurrent much also shut out to cope for being on a first name basis with Dana. You're like, Listen, if Jane is gonna charge me, I'm just saying, all right? Yeah, Jack is here s Nikki T speaking for all of America..
"um frank" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Three words on Facebook that you can find out about all it's all of our comings and goings way. Have a Facebook page now. How come nobody told me we have a Facebook page he and tell us about the Facebook page. How's that work? It's big. It's just, you know, if you're on Facebook, you go toe Auto lab radio. It's three words because there's a bunch of other like auto lab related stuff. But it's not us Auto Lab radio on Facebook and like the page, and then you can see a whole bunch of stuff and we'll have all of our contact information up there. You can ask questions at any time. 24 7 In addition to our phone number and everything else, But But we're there for you and well, you'll actually maybe even see pictures of us. It might be scary, but I When I signed on here, I said no pictures. No, but and I hear like on Facebook. You can do all kinds of like live stuff to write like you can do. We could do like extra life seminars on different things Nicole could talk about, like, do a thing on leasing. Or we could, uh, Jeff could do something on trans mystery bonus content. Bonus content. I liked that I liked. So how do you What is it? How do you do it? Because I'm really slow with this stuff. Auto Lab one. If you are on Facebook, or even if you're not just go toe auto lab radio. It's three words. Search for auto lab radio, and you'll see our logo with the little microphone and stuff and then you'll be able to Just like it and you'll be posted on everything that people definitely have to like it right? We want him to like it so that we can, like, build our phone. Yeah. Please. Like us The point in going there If you're not gonna like it. Wait, you have to come is Twitter and, uh, Instagram also really okay. 2021 u know it, Z? Yes, we're here. Yeah, and we're putting up and I believe we're building Ah, like this Awesome, incredible Web page, too, so people will be able to find us there. But the Facebook thing is it right Or don't lab radio Auto Lab radio big shout out to Olivia Lan for putting that together for us. She's working hard. Nice. Something very nice together. You guys will see it soon. Let me ask you something. So think what people really I think what people could really expect is it is another way to really connect with us, And that's really why part of the reason why we really wanted to be on Facebook because it any time we can respond. We'll be monitoring the page people who can ask us questions you can post their, you know, put up pictures of your car. Tell us what you guys are up to. How you're buying experiences because we need to know that we can better serve you what you really want to know. So I'm really excited to have the Facebook page there and I'm really looking forward to doing deep dives into You know your questions and tips and giving tips in great greater lengths. You know, I think that we all could. I think everybody out there could really benefit from what we're gonna be doing on there. It's gonna be really exciting. You guys so go there. Jump. Go, go, go. Lab radio aut. Elaborate Can people send us videos of whatever their car was doing? They can. Yeah, that's great and then and interactive weight of us because you know a lot of times. People are waiting like it's great. The 21st century does have some advantages, right? I mean, you with all these things people would wait on, you know, they'd be calling and they'd be waiting and waiting, and we never get to him right. And it's a shame. But now with Facebook they can will always get they can always get to us right. And, uh and we could be answered. They won't have to hum the noise that the car is making. Just send us the real Thing on video. How will this Willis Facebook thing? I mean it. Forgive me. I'm you know, I'm almost 65 years old. So can I reveal my age like, would this Facebook thing even reach? Oh, well, you know what, Um, it would wouldn't reach all the way over to Suffolk, England. Like what would even Robert Erskine be able of participants? This is worldwide baby, huh? They have Facebook over there. Well, yeah, not only will I be able to participate and see, I'll be able to even show you how not to do on oil and filter change on a Morris Minor 1000 very good at a guys. I'll tell you what they revealed just to just to be like real time. Here, Um Frank, One of our listeners actually just posted a picture of his car like a pretty awesome Camaro on our Facebook page. I'm just looking at it right now. So that's very, very interactive. Little transitional Ram at Trans Am Raymond exam people, Frank will get a prize Facebook. He gets a prize. He will get a prize. We'll We'll figure out what that is later, but right now Speaking of real time we have some real time callers. Um, let's have the whole call this hold on for just a minute. While we hear Robert Erskine's report for the week, Robin What have you got for us today? Something some new car company. Yeah, a very small new car company. Um, This is really great news that that's coming up from Europe. We're talking about a company called Still Antis. Which means from Latin to Brighton with stars. So what are we talking about? This is the birth of the world's fourth largest automotive manufacturer. Had with 14 car brands. Still antisense set to become like Tesler. I think the new interrupter on the block of the automotive industry. Now I'm not talking about, you know, wacky, zany cars that are gonna come pouring out of factories all across Europe. I'm talking about a company, which has just announced its perfect marriage with fit Chrysler automobiles on this is the marriage between the P ece and citrine group that we've been following for quite some time. Now this group has relaunched itself as still antis on in a nutshell. What is this really all about? Well, key toe. What This organization is going to do, I think is very, very exciting. It's going to allow each of the 14 unique groups. To be themselves to draw upon their own people. Drawer upon their engineers, their designers. They're mechanics. They're technicians. They're organizer's. Each of the 14 groups, which we're going to hear about in the coming weeks are all going to be allowed to be given their own head and to develop their own identity, And this is a special exciting As we're talking about the real take up off electric vehicles, and all of that entails..
"um frank" Discussed on 790 KABC
"What getting entertaining Take on the morning news. Can you make that happen? Yes, actually, yeah. The Armstrong and Getty Show. Morning 6 to 10 on a M 7 90 k. ABC. Salud Cheers and a toast to you, Chef. Jamie Gwen in your radio. The Modern mixologist is back, so grab a glass. Because we're sipping and savoring, we know and love Tony Abou Ghannam, of course, as the widely regarded pioneer in the bar world, the author of the Modern mixologist and Vodka distilled both award winning books and a partner in the Mandalay Bay, Las Vegas, Gastro pub, hot spot libertine Social and Highlands in Detroit. You've seen him win three Iron Chef Competition's on the Food network, and he's taking us on a cocktail journey again. Today we're kicking off 2021 in style, arming you with a wealth of knowledge when it comes to spirits and catching up with Tony Abou Ghannam because he's pouring Having new year to you, my friend and so glad to have you back, Jamie. Happy New year and always a pleasure to be back in your show. Thank you. Thank you. OK, under the serve the current circumstances I should say, as they Continue, Tony because we talked at the beginning of the pandemic. You know, when we were seriously pouring on Gui still our talk to us about how the mixology world has changed the the home mixologist has really come to the forefront. No, absolutely, Jamie I'm reminded of When I was a little kid on I would go toe my cousin Helen's house up on the lake, and she owned the breath so far. She had this beautiful Barker. And whenever her girlfriends would come up to play bridge, it wasn't which, like a glass of white wine or a light beer was. Can I make you an old fashion or a Tom Collins? She would have the proper glassware and the tools and the spirits and Garnishes and everything to create his One amazing cocktails to share with her friends. I love that, really. It's so elegant, refined, and it just You know it elevates the experience now. Jamie, I know you love a black good glass of wine. I do. I love him A cold, I P A. But there's So much more when you're able to craft a great mojito or a fresh margarita for your friends know it's true. No, I agree with you and and even if you're Mastering the technique of your favorite cocktail because you have more time on your hands right? Or you're crafting a signature house cocktail. Whatever it is, I think those that love and appreciate spirits have taken to their home bar or set up a bar or Gathered the best and the right tools and I think we have made for more impressive mixology at home, and I think there's something to be said for it like you talked about the elegance of it. But also the beauty of savoring it. Right. Maybe we've had a little more time to really dig deeper into the cocktail of choice. You name it. What has been your Most sipped cocktail over the pandemic, Tony Well, um just back up and kind of reinforce what you said. As you know, I have designed on market outside of Professional bar tool. Yes, I have them all. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, but we have seen such an increase in demand and sails on our bar tools online. During this pandemic, so I guess Somewhat silver lining. For our company, but course it It's uh you know what you were saying is kind of a theme. I mean, if I'm gonna make myself one drink, and especially if I'm going to share it virtually with you, it's got to be in a groaning I would knew you were going to say that and wait ever since years back. You taught us to make the perfect Negroni. You would be so proud to know that that has been the one cocktail at home. When I have had time when Jagger is down to sleep at night if I really wanted t O indulge, right if I wanted t give myself a little self care. I made a Negroni. I still do. And I honored you and I have to tell you, it was it is it? Wasit still continues to be so satisfying, Damien and like I said When you elevate that experience, I mean, sure, you congrats, old jam Jar throat. Fill it up with that. I say your ice maker makes in the freezer. That's all white and cloudy before the booze van, a slice of orange or whatever you might have laying around. And it's fine. But if you have a crystal mixing beaker and a long handed twist of bar, spoon and onboard strainer and all of the crucial moments in a beautiful crystal fashion glass, and you're able to Make some beautiful two by two crystal clear ice cubes in your troupe Cube, Ice cube maker. It's just again. It just bumps up that experience finally peel off swat but warranted expel those oils and perhaps Ratification. Oh, completely completely and and something to really appreciate Like I feel like it's slowed me down a little bit. I was able to really Enjoy it, and we all need those few minutes a day or however many you can catch for sure. By the way, my ice cubes are rounds fears, not cubes, hoping, hoping that's okay. Let's transition from a Negroni at home. To what I think another theme of the pandemic in the cocktail word world. Rather if I've followed you properly is from the From the mastery of a cocktail to the convenience. How has ready to drink? That's the tag for cocktails that are already in a can write or pre prepared. How has that changed the bar scene in your opinion? What we were doing battle cocktails at Liberty Social four years ago where we would Matched them. Bottle them, sell them with the glass with garnish in ice on the side, and it was It really sped up a busy bar. It insured consistency, and it was fun. It was, you know, kind of a fun experience to bring to the table and the guest kind of gets involved and Eyes. Interactive way should have been selling those than Jamie. We should have been ahead of this. Sure, but nobody saw this coming, but no it really you know it is Taking on a world of its own. I think it may be the fastest growing spirit category or drink secretary shirt. Okay, tell us what is on the horizon. I heard from a friend that you have Ah, global spirits competition in the works, and that was very exciting to me. So please do tell Yes. Thank you for asking the tag Global spirits competition. It will be held in man and Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas the last weekend of October. How fine it Aziz. You know, I said as head judge at the San Francisco World Spirits competition for the past 11 years, 19 years overall as a judge there and love it well, you know, great experience fantastic competition, but I always wanted to expand it beyond just a bunch of us judging the spirits and try to bring in the end views or the consumer Toe also share in that experience. You were bringing judges from four continents. Had some of the best palates in the world to judge this competition. But they're also be hosted educational track where you can fit and learn from some of these experts in our fields could be spirited. Dinner's gonna be a big welcome reception. And that's the end is our pink tie gala, which will be on Saturday evening to celebrate and raise funds for my charity, Helen David Relief Fund. Yes. Oh, how fabulous! I can't wait to be there. So with with the vaccine, you have my support. No doubt before I let you go give us your best Few tips on how to host a virtual cocktail party, please, Because we're not there yet. Where were you know, venturing out, But there are wonderful ways too. Continue celebrations to connect with family and friends virtually. And why not with a new, extraordinary housemaid cocktail? Absolutely. There's a couple of ways to approach that and We've been doing a lot of these virtual cocktail parties and what we do is we put together a kid and they were making the cronies, for instance, and that it would contain the mixing beaker Spoon on Hawthorne, a couple of fashion glasses. An orange and maybe even the spirits you can send. I mean, you have to be careful where you send those, but a lot of times we sent everything but the spirit. No. Everyone would get a package. And then we would pick a date where we would all sign into his zoom party. And I'd place um, Frank Sinatra makes him you ordered. And you just bring everyone in as close to being together. Yeah, it's so much fun. Yes, and you can create it at home, especially when we have your best tools. I'm sending everyone to the modern mixologist dot com. The modern mixologists dot com you confined Tony's cocktail escapades, his bar tools, his Best tips.
"um frank" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"But we are back to rapid fire to your calls. We got two lines open. Get get those calls cued up and well. We'll get to those as I look, I want to go through. I know. Listen, the last day of the year, everybody's got a lot of questions, comments and so on and so forth. We want to try to get through that. So thank you for joining us here for the, uh, second hour. Sure. Do appreciate it. We got two more hours left. We're gonna stay on phones. We do have a nag report coming up, as is usual for this segment. Then we're just going to stay with phones for the next hour. 45 minutes so cute. You're called. We've got two lines open 6 10 3. 63 11 10 6106 10 3. 63 11. One. 06 10. 363 11 10. So here you call up And we will get to that market saying Good morning Dan have been apart for three years. I've been blessed on 59 have, um, follows your model of individual investment account. I recently moved an old IRA account that was being managed by an advisor group into a brokerage account. Wanna fold. Those Iranian mutual fund investments into your model. I used the tracker. What is the best timing for me to cash out of the IRA investments and reinvest them in the model? Um the timing is going to be driven mark by your willingness to pay taxes. It's a simple that I wouldn't worry about the timing of the overall market. I would worry more about. Hey, I don't want to push myself in a higher tax bracket. And I don't want to have to pay. I don't know how much money that IRA is. But remember, as you move that it's gonna all be taxable. Now the ideal situation you might be. You have probably can't pull it off now. But the ideal situation would have been to move some of it this year and then some of them next month next week. And the taxes for those two moves would have been spread out between two tax years and that might have been a good thing. I doubt that you could get any of them moved today. But So I would just go buy whatever. You want to pay tax on, Remember your taxes are likely to go higher, not lower, but I would do it. Don't worry about the timing because it's got nothing to do with investments. Get the money moved over to your broker's account. It's going to sit in a money market account. I would definitely want to sell out of the IRA investments. Now there is the If I were you, I would do that like today. Because that's not going to get a whole lot better if the administration changes so rather than take the chance I would sell out of those because they're likely have had a pretty good year. Ah, pretty good couple years, so now would be a good time to sell a Zafar is investing goes You know, you might want to wait a little bit. But get the money moved over and our money market account. Then you can wait. Brian is saying Good morning, Dan. I wonder if the $600 stimulus check. Um, maybe 2000 who knows? 6 $600 stimulus. Jack would cover the cost. Have a plane ticket. To Pakistan. To see how our 10 million Gender research investment is going You know what, Brian? I get I get what you are. You're coming from. And by the way, let me just mention this because I don't want to confuse anybody. I don't want to say I don't want anybody to think. That we are discriminating. And with our tax hours And the 10 million For Gender research. Actually, it's more like gender information. I don't want you to think that we're discriminating and we're on Lee doing it in Pakistan. Don't worry. We're doing in a whole lot of countries. I mean, after all, We have a moral responsibility. To make sure that everybody understands that gender is just a figure of speech doesn't mean anything. Obviously, I'm being very sarcastic because it's very aggravating to even think about it. So that's what Brian is joining me in my shark, Azem. Thank you, brother that you brought that up anyway, Um, surely say we're making a donation today in honor of your great ministry. You have given so much to so many. We have benefited greatly from your ministry and we are honored to give back to your efforts. God bless you and your listeners donate. To financial issues. Today it stands birthday. That's what she wrote. I didn't say it. She wrote that I'm reading it. Thank you, Shirley. For that. Happy birthday. How old are you, Dan? About 50. I'll take it, Brian. Thank you, brother. Um, Frank is saying have Ah, Great New year, I would like to be able to withdrawal $12,000 a year for the next eight years from my brokerage account. I have a little over 200,000 in that account. This money would be used in lieu of taking social Security. Um what is the best way to invest this? Money to put it back to work. I'm retired on I have other income. Just get it right back into a brokerage account. Right away and start investing it. Um, based on being biblical responsible. Here's Craig Hagar with rag report will be right back to stay with phones.
"um frank" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Jordan secular way We are gonna take your phone calls to 164 31 10 and we have one coming in now like hell calling from Illinois online to allay her. Welcome to J secure alive. You're on the air. My Monday was my question Is that if uh the Trump administration has already solid evidence against Peter's truck and company Worse Or is that indictment? Well, That's what John Durham's doing. John terms. The law is the Justice Department official that was appointed toe. Look at all of these cases. The origins of Crossfire Hurricane which, by the way now struck knowingly misrepresented the date upon which this investigation with words like when you answer Congress under oath with words like No And now we have messages that show you were lying. I mean, right away. That's noser moves you can take now The grand jury has to approve that and you've got to go through that process, but I still think Peter struck could be in serious trouble. So again, Durham is increased his team and the Democrat majority in the House is shrinking down to like one vote. It looks like right now. Ah, one vote majority to 18. Maybe 2 to 19 and then the U. S senate. It's up for grabs. Remember? So that really will have a big part of whether Durham is able to continue to do his work is he expands his team, But, you know, we've got a major Pro life victory, and we've written about a C L. J that or we haven't had time to talk about it yet on air. It's an awesome story about the A C. LJ's work and how it has led to even bigger legal action being taken because, of course, we handle the civil side of cases. And now the Department of Justice has taken one of our civil cases. Ah, life and the conscience clause and launched an investigation. Their own investigation actually filed a lawsuit. Yeah, and they follow the civil action. To stop and let me read you. The first sentence of the United States brings a civil action to stop defendant you University of Vermont Medical Center from punishing healthcare, perfect personnel who follow their conscience and refused to perform abortions. Now let me read that to you again. This is followed by the United States Department of Justice. It's the United States of America versus the University of Vermont Medical Center. It says the United States brings this civil action to stop defendant University of Vermont Medical Center from punishing healthcare personnel who follow their conscience and refuse to perform abortions. The lawyer handling the case for us at the A. C. L. J is our senior counsel Frank Mannion. Um Frank brought the initial challenges forward and Frank. Let's get some history here. So people know how this case developed and now the Department of Justice involved Sure, j Yeah, This is a big deal. This is the first time ever since the enactment of something called the Church amendments back in 1973 right after Roe v. Wade. That we've gotten the government to file a lawsuit alleging a violation of the church. Remember, the church member is one of many conscience protections out there. If you look at it on paper, it's really the best. It's the most direct. It covers the most. Procedures, but we've never been able to get an enforced. It didn't matter whether it was a Republican administration or a Democratic administration. We now have a lawsuit filed for the first time ever. We represented nurse who worked in the operating room, a surgical nurse at the University of Vermont, She was on the list of religious objectors. In other words, people who said I'm not going to participate in any abortions of any kind because of my religious beliefs, knowing full well that she was on that list, she was deceived by her employer on one day. 2017 cent into a procedure that she was told was a noncontroversial DNC following a miscarriage once she got in the room and scrubbed in, which means she really can't get out. At that point. She found out that it was an elective abortion of a six months just station Allay age baby. She was horrified. She called out to her supervisor who could have just walked in the room and taking her place and said, You know, I'm on the subject of list. I can't do this. She said. Too bad you have to do it. The doctor in the room also knew she was an objector and greeted her with the words. Please don't hate me for this. So talk about an outrageous Carver story. She came to us. We investigated it. We interviewed witnesses in addition to our client, and we've referred this case, we found a formal complaint with the conscience and religious freedom Division of the Office of Civil Rights of HHS, a new agency or a new sub agency within HHS that was created by the Trump Administration. They investigated it. They spent a week in Vermont interviewing 15 or so other health care people. Attempted to write to reach a settlement with University of Vermont. Apparently, the university refused. And so just two days ago they filed a lawsuit in U. S District Court in Vermont Toe finally finally put some teeth in the Church amendment. After all these years, and we couldn't be prouder that it's because of the A. C. L. J that we were able to do this. This is a monumental decision or moved by the Department of Justice and HHS, but I want to underscore something here. It started because the A CL Jan Frank's leadership filed a complaint formal complaint to start the process going and if there's one thing the Constitution should clearly prefer, protect Harry that is the conscience rights of American citizens who oppose abortions and don't want to actually participate in the procedure, especially in this situation where they could have had someone else do it. Absolutely. So what we have here is an outrageous in French mint of the religious conscience rights of a pro life nurse. Who was effectively coerced into participating in an elective abortion. What we have arguably is a collusive conspiracy by the university to violate the First Amendment rights of this pro life nurse. And it was outrageous because it was pre meditated. And it was intentional, at least in my view, and one of the things that we perhaps should think about. Is seeking to criminalize the behavior engaged in by the medical personnel at the University of Vermont because they knew that this pro life nurse did have a right to object, but they engaged in action. To ensure that she violated her conscience. Right, All right. So let me ask you this, Frank. We got two minutes left here. What is the likely outcome of? First of all, you gotta worry that the new administration is not going to stop it. If there is, in fact, the new administration looks likely What happens to this case? Well, yeah, we don't know what the assuming there is a new administration in January whether they're going to pursue the case their own investigation uncovered more than we even knew about. If you look at paragraph 50 of the complaint that the Department of Justice filed they found another 10 nurses. Went through similar ordeals as our nurse s O..