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"um scott" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"A hurricane to be on your doorstep could bear now download the wdbo and tap the beef are contracting Hurricane God get the latest updates, track storms, preparedness tips and more Wdbo and Mark Spain real estate are here to help you get through another hurricane season. When there's no power, TV or Internet you're only reliable source for information during a hurricane is wdbo. So this is where Orlando turns first for severe weather. W D V o We appreciate you guys being here this morning. It is on Windows Morning News. Cotton is with you. Let's get your five day forecast now brought to you by the great folks protect air conditioning and plumbing services. Here's our chief meteorologist, Tom Terry. Good morning. Certainly the humidity but not much morning rainfall. Today we're going to wait until the early to mid afternoon heat after near 90, and then it's game time for showers and some locally heavy thunderstorms. With our savory 70% rain chance today, we'll keep at least a 60% storm chance both Saturday and Sunday and even into early next week, Even though a little bit of dry air is going to try to mix in. I think we'll still keep at least a 40 to 50% coverage of afternoon storms has been a record pace to the start of the hurricane season with five named storms. We are looking at a fairly quiet next week and a half, maybe two weeks across the tropical Atlantic. Indications are toward the end of this month will start to get things cranked back up again. And that would be normal as we get to our late July and August for the Atlantic to get more active. They extended five day forecast four times an hour. I'm Tom Terry, Tom right now. Downtown Orlando. I see 74 is now 75 degrees and Fernando Severe Weather Station safe Touch Security. Triple team traffic got a red alert on the turnpike, so have found live to air one. Here's Eric Brown. Yeah. Turn based, Um Scott at consular drive all through lanes are blocked with a serious.
"um scott" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"From Gridiron to Gribble is a tasty report from Luke Burbank. The average NFL career lasts about three years. So what do you do with the rest of your life? You'd be doing what you love. You're not working. How about going to use a little bit of these muscles? I got a free and escalate to get in there. Oh, Food Network star. Would you get more injured from Footballer Frying Wings, football people like Oh, Do you miss playing football? No. Later on Sunday morning. Eddie Jackson goes from the gridiron to the griddle. You've seen a 70 year old chef, right? Have you ever seen a 70 year football player? Not a good one. Tracy Smith talks with former TV Zombie slayer Stephen Yang. And more. On the Super Bowl Sunday, February 7th 2021 We'll be back in a moment. You're listening to Sunday morning on CBS and You're listening to Sunday morning on CBS news radio. Can an international border In this time of cove, it stopped the course of true love. Question for Steve Hartman. Scott Myers of Detroit, Michigan, and Caroline Gagne of Windsor, Canada, are in one of the shortest long distance relationships in North America. We could literally wave it one another way batter and she would see me Scott and Caroline have been dating a couple years. They used to see each other all the time. But when covert closed all land border crossings to non essential travel this mile wide waterway Became an ocean. So what does it take for you to see him? Here we go. Right? So I get in my car drive 4.5 hours to the airport in Toronto got on an airplane flew literally back to where I had started to surprise him at work. That's how much I love. They've gotten together a few other times, but flights are expensive, so most of their visits are decidedly less intimate. Scott. I'm getting my binoculars out as we speak this past week, they came to the river at our request ICU to show just how close but yet so far they are. They're all water. I know. I miss our normal. You know, there are other fish in the Detroit River. So you're the 451st person. I believe that's asked that question in the last year. Um Scott is my person. Along our borders. There are thousands of couples like Caroline and Scott stranded on separate shores waiting for land crossings to open and I share their story today. Hopes that their curse illuminates your blessing to be stuck at home with the one you love on Valentine's Day sounds pretty perfect to them. And Caroline says well worth waiting for. We have a trip planned last March, where Scott was going to ask me a very important question. What's your favorite color? Exactly? So I'm very much looking forward to Scott Night being able to finally travels where he can ask me in a very romantic manner. What my favorite colors And what will the answer be? Yes and red. Sunday morning on CBS News Radio continues after this good afternoon. Would you like to try a free sample of our double fudge? Brownie? Oh, sure, Hmm. That's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure. Yep,.
"um scott" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"It here. Thank you so much. It's an honor to win this award for the third time. 2020 was definitely a crazy year filled with lots of change growth. Some amazing, memorable moments. 180 straight days of having my nose. There's great plan for very little fans or no stands entire season. Got engaged, and I loved the best people on my career. Wake up one day in the comm, Patrick. Yeah, he and Danica broke up. Maybe about a year ago, just got engaged. I was kind of like just a casual announcement, like just threw that in there while he's accepting its EVP, or I don't know who this person is when she's an actress shelling Woodley. I have no idea that is. I think she was in the movie divergent. Uh, but congratulations to Aaron Rodgers. He's a weirdo. He is man. I don't like his body language on the side of the sidelines. Sometimes questions like Jerk. He doesn't talk to US family either. Now, maybe his family is a group of jerks. But I'm willing to bet that you know there's a little bit on the air inside as well, because they've tried to reach out to him and say, Please come back to our family. He doesn't speak to his brother doesn't speak to his parents. He's a weird dude. That being said, Please come to Indianapolis. Indianapolis too soon as possible. Um, Scott Evil from Austin Powers is 47 Seth Green. The big show is 49 years old W W E superstar surprised Kyle's at work today. He's got some show that my kids watch on Netflix now. Said that it's actually not bad. He was also captain and say no in the movie The Waterboy When Bobby Boucher calls in to speak to the wrestler about that guy's a virgin. It's wides. Oh, my gosh. He was a bad ass basketball player. I think of Wichita State. Wow! Shocker. The chick that plays flow from those progressive insurance commercials is 51. What do you think? Her net worth is? It's got to be millions. Yeah, that's a good gig. Uh, the guy that plays Creed in the office is 78. Yeah. And Nick Nolte, One of the best dy mug shots in the history of the white mug Shots is 80 years old today who said we're talking a lot about goats right now, because of Tom Brady, G O A T. Greatest of all time. The Nick Nolte mug shot is the goat of celebrity mug shots. Um, 36 years ago today, 1985 tragedy struck him or Dukes of Hazzard. Got canceled after six years. I thought it was on from or than six years. I love that show is a kid. So why don't we jump in the hot tub time machine here and have a little Sarah McLachlan style tribute. Away marriage. You wanna scream?.
"um scott" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"We're still working on manufacturing cause we're gonna make it union made in the USA and it is very hard to find a unionized. Hello, manufacturer in the United States of anybody want knows One, please dm me on Twitter or reach out on gonna get sustainable everything and partner control as well as to help raise money for good causes. It is a for profit, but a big part of it is to have a social enterprise kind of component. So This guy now if he can actually get this thing up and running. Initially, that guy's gonna make bank because there are a lot of dopey liberals out there who will buy the hug pillow. Even if it sucks. It doesn't really matter. They're gonna They're gonna love that He's attached to it. You know, And so he's going to make some money off of that. But it's your local pillow makers. 9 25, right. That's the thing is, he wants to find a pillow manufacturing outfit that already exists is unionized, ethically sourced and carbon neutral. Yes, that doesn't exist. That's not a thing. I didn't want to start his own factory or something like that. I mean, I guess man more power to him. If you wants to do it, I wish him all the best. I just think it's funny, by the way. Just another Funny little side note on this. So the little headline that's under or they called Chiron. That's below on the lower third of the screen as they were interviewing David Hog today on CNN. So they're talking about him trying to bury my pillow, right? The headline reads. David Hog Tow Launch Pillow Company to compete with Mr Pillow. Mr Pillows, pillows? I think I think someone was watching The Simpsons episode of Mr Plow just got the names mixed up or something. I don't know. That's just the exclamation point on how ridiculous this whole thing is. Well, by the way, just clear up on something because when you first brought this up And I was like, Is it already out? Are you talking about the new ads that are out there for this square pillow? It's like, not like traditional Pilar. That's completely different. No, no. Yeah. And, um, Scott, you're looking at me like I got eight heads. I'll explain that when you're on YouTube or something else and adds, just pop up. I had just seen an ad for a square pillow. Really? Yes. Interesting. That's not the hard pillow. Something different. Okay. My square pillow. That's not well. The new progressive pillows called our pillow. Really Don't know. Yeah, I need to share our way. Somebody has somebody comes into your house and takes it and you can't do anything about it. E mean, pillow equality has been an issue for years. Well, pillow access. I mean, we're living in pillow Desert that right? Just don't have can't have it. I don't know what the future plans Daren't. There's gonna be a don't know with with hog pillow. I don't know if there's going to be like a grand re opening. Of this or if it's going to be a I don't know. What would you call it? A soft.
"um scott" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"31. We're just talking about we get another meeting scheduled today. I don't know if your job is like this and you know Hey. Thanks, Speedy God, we're working, right? You know, so there's that, but we had We had a meeting mid week. Another meeting yesterday had two meetings yesterday have another big meeting today. Have another big meeting Monday. Then the guys like us so many meetings. John Peak, had said in the new year he wanted to have less meetings. We've had more meetings than the people in our government. Southsea has had less meetings right now that we've had. He also called me yesterday. It's no. You haven't been able to schedule a meeting every other week. Just he and I went on one for what Just just to check in and chat every other week after the meeting within the chicken and Shad Wednesdays at noon. Oh, my gosh. He better not pull that with may Hey, better not pull out, man. How do you react? The brand you were on the call gave you an out, he said, Jill, I don't want to take over your life. But I'm going to give you the option of a bi weekly meeting. It's what I do with Dave styles, and I said dogs, and I wanted to stand that. But then again, you kind of were in a position. Where How are you gonna say no. Say no to the boss. Oh, yeah, you can. You can. You can do it all the time. Here's here's a better way to do it. So I will just role play here. So cab your peak asking me go ahead bi weekly meeting. Hey, Val, I was thinking in the new year would be nice if we if we just, you know, had a little catch up every other week. Just a biweekly meeting. What do you think every Tuesday at noon shot. It's a great idea. But I feel like what we're doing right now where you and I have that open door relationship. It seems to be working just as well as scheduling anything. And I think with, you know, the family life in everything else and responsibilities that pop up for you putting on the calendar might be difficult. Continue to have our open door policy where you and I chat whenever we need help. Great. So every Tuesday at noon No, wait a minute, Kevin. I've been thinking, you know. That? Yeah, that idea is what it just does. You know what it was? I just lost my breath for a second because I was laughing. So then it sounded good, Kevin. I was thinking, you know. That we have a A lot of bi weekly meeting every Wednesday. You would I knew just to go over like, you know, life and family and how's it going and just to catch up to you tonight? No, I can't do that. And actually, since I have I'm gonna start working less. Okay. Hello. Are you there? Right? I'd like to catch up with you every day to talk about Kevin already do we 00 man, man, And then Scott Lester hit him up yesterday to Scots are a friend. You just some stuff behind the scene. And Scott's working remotely as well. Scott's working out of Seattle, Baltimore, Baltimore, right, Did you win the lottery? Oh, my God. He's Maryland. Yeah. He would've told him. He's playing it. Cool. If you did he is he has played a real cool of you won the lottery man s O. We're sitting here yesterday and then, Um Scott pops up in a virtual meeting. Brian's talking to But I'm trapped because they can't get past because the camera angles over there so that I was part of another meeting. Oh, yeah, It's a meeting you guys that I want to be part of, because now it's extra work for us that came out of this meeting. So, yeah, just by virtue of worse standing the studio you can't walk fast out of the army crawl to get out of the studio and scout would've found like, Hey, Val. Quick question is never a quick question with any meetings nowadays. Man. Oh, man, But listen, we all got jobs. We should be thankful you guys should stop complaining about which one of you brought this out. One old boy. Three. My FM. Call 1888 farmers to switch and you could save an average of $470 on your auto insurance. That's a lot of money in just a few minutes with savings like that. You could be lounging on an impractical amount of ornate and overpriced throw pillows he bought for your couch. But you won't because you're better with money than that. That's why you're calling us in the first place..
"um scott" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Isn't. Yes, I'm here. How you doing, Eddie? This is all I know this, Susan? Yes. Yes, This is Mrs Posey. Susan. Yes, it is. We're doing okay. We want to thank you for what you provided for the station and for the show, and now we're talking about Valentine's Day, Right right late. Come out with specials every holiday. So Bound times. They were coming out with a red velvet cheesecake. Chocolate shavings one top, So what's What's what? What are the ingredients? Um, it's red cake. And then it got our secret recipe. A cheesecake poured on top covered in white chocolate secret recipe. Yes. Only known by the post the family. That's right. Okay, Mrs Post has been in business since the sixties. Right? 1961? Yeah, they're having their on the mill road in Pikesville, that great cheesecake, And this is called What's called Red Velvet cheesecake, Red Velvet. And we can get that one line. You can get it online in come in the store. You can call me up if you're a restaurant. What is that? Website there, Susan. By me with the websites that if you go online, there's a bakery calm this P O s e c. E O s e b a k e r y dot com Great. Well, you know, we don't want to lose the valuable institutions have been around for over a half century. We're losing too many of them. You know we are. So we want you to stick around, Susan were we appreciate you, Susan. Thank you. Thank you so much. Mrs. I appreciate both Theo Posey's bakery dot com. Is that right? Yeah. You got it, folks. You have to try this cheesecake and saying Go see Season on no for Mill Road. Older for normal homo from the road, okay? IRA. We mentioned the film National Society of Film Critics Awards, which they give a best picture. The best director is such a gnome Nomad Land won four awards that this year's national society think. Did you remember that movie? Yes, it's a Fox Searchlight film. It's supposed to be very, very, very good. Frances McDormand is that she was named best actress, right. Where can you see? There's only one line, right? No, I mean, coming out February, the fifth At your theater. I'm might have it in Fallston. Okay, so possibility. Also, Delroy Lindo has won best actor for his role in Spike Lee's The five Bloods that was very good movie. There was other and I don't really know. The National Society of Film Critics is made up of 60 film critics from across the U. S. Okay, So Yeah, no matter what. I really want to say that there must be a marksman. My loving alien nation. Yeah. You know what, Eddie? But it looked like she tells lies like me to have a very special skill set. Yes. Yeah, we'll find you. What is that? Look for you. You okay? I've been using that for years. All right, Captain. Light four. Yes, sir. Hi, Eddie. Hi, Ira. Hi, Captain. How are you? Minus Bob minus Bob? Yes. Well, listen. I was looking through a book just the other day. And actually, the was a former guest of yours, Amy Davis. I think your book is titled flickering treasures that is correct. But it was so well done so well put together research wise. The history of the theaters. The photos were absolutely outstanding. And I think you know a lot of people if you're if sitting the architecture and the history of Baltimore That is one great book. Good Pick up is a great book. She spent a lot of time but it's been a couple years on that book. I helped her In the beginning. I gave her tours. Showed over all the theaters were. She's a photographer's for the some papers and really didn't know a lot of the history, so I helped her with that. Yeah, You did a great job because the architecture's in these photographs I mean, you don't see that anymore in theaters just unique. Even the entrance to the theaters from the outside. Well, which was spectacular was the century and the Valencia downtown. On Lexington Street Years ago. They were right on top of each other was an Art Deco building. It was absolutely unbelievable. With Senator Nail is an Art Deco. I think the only last of the art Deco theaters that are still showing movies but you had the ambassador within our Gekko movie theater. You know the real Big ones. Stanley was an Art Deco movie theater. The crest that area the press wasn't was that now That was a more modern theater, You know not, you know, A lot of these theaters were in the twenties and early thirties. Okay? I think the press found interesting in the bottom or community. They were like Over 240 different movie theaters. Yeah, one time There was 125 in 1962. That's amazing. Now there's five From five Yep, five our landmark Harbor East. Patrols. The senator. The At the Hollywood No Parkway and the Rotunda. His close, it's only for now. That the Senate bistros not open right now, maybe, you know And they're all closed right now until Mayor Um Scott Scott opens them up so well, you know, a lot of these theaters really have a pretty long run. You know, have them too. I guess the seventies. I mean, you have theaters like the lyric that was built in the 18 nineties. Well, lyrics, not a movie theater. It's It's a concert hall. It does plays. It does everything else with if they've shown five movies. They're in the time they've been there, they'd be lucky. Okay, so you would have it. The Hippodrome Hippodrome was a movie theater. I still manage to the hippodrome in the late sixties. That was a great theater that was built like in the 1910. Yeah, yeah. That used to be a vaudeville house. It's great people came through there. Oh, yeah. All the big stars came to the Hippodrome. The circuit was on the tour. Yeah, that was a great hippodrome is Is one of the greatest theaters ever in Baltimore when you're with the history and everything. Probably top five. Hurley recommend your listeners. You either get the book or or just somehow get ahold of these photographs. And you could buy the book at Barnes and Noble. They have it so great. I mean, she carried you carries a lot of the older theaters like Century mentions Stanley. About the senator. Senator, you know, I mean, you could one day We'll do a whole finger on both theaters, but I could I could give you chapter and verse. The downtown theaters were very, very interesting. You know, you had the keys theater That was old, the closed in the early sixties, You had the new theater, The town theater, the Mayfair Theater. The Charles the Tower. Um, the little Did you mention the little? The little? Yeah. Yeah, and the Mayfair, Okay? Great..
"um scott" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Few minutes left before we get the status update at the bottom of the hour questions. I know there was one about spaghetti sauce. So let's get to that. Mike's clothing. I was withholding asking this one, Steve because I know Sicilians are very secretive about their sauce. Yes. What do you know? Just what you're What's the what's the special special thing you do with it? I'm taking next to it. Yeah, There's two answers. Really? I mean, here's some basic stuff. Right Olive oil for start saying that that's a no brainer. Salt, Pepper, Obviously. Onion, garlic, fresh onion, Fresh garlic. Don't have it sitting around for six months. Um, a little tomato paste. If you want a thicker sauce, fresh basil is another one. The freshness thing is big oregano, obviously other great Italian seasoning. And then there's that meat question. So some people like ground beef. Meatballs, and you could certainly prepare your meatballs and drop in the sauce. What Sicilians love pork in sauce, spaghetti sauce and by adding that Meat into your sauce. It opens up a whole new world of great smells when you're cooking it, but great taste after the fact when you're done and you're throwing it on a load of bucatini or Whatever your favorite noodle is. Mine is Rigatoni, but everybody's got their own angel hair. But some people love it's that choice. Right? The meat choice and for me, it's It's all about pork because I grew up a Sicilian, my dad, Dominic. Makes a spectacular sauce. I mean, my friends always asked for his recipe when he makes the sauce for, like a party or something. That's how good it is. Are. We could probably squeeze one more quick one in here. I consider us friends, Steve, So I'll take that saucer superior if you get a moment here with One more from the talk and text lines. I want to know if you have any big garden projects coming up. When do you start planning the palatial Garden? It's graffiti estate. Good question. It reminds me of my answer on the spirit. He saw San Marzano tomatoes, of course, my grower, Tea House. National Creek is like the unbelievable source for great plants when I get him and when I put it on the ground. Garden. So I experimented last year with the with the fabric between my lanes as I call them of almost tomato plants, and I was I produce from like 300. So I think I was 120 last year, which was still plenty They're all basically San Marzano with the fabric between between the rows. Worked out fantastically cut the weeds down, protected the plants. You know that blight problem lot of US deal with in Wisconsin didn't have to deal with this year this year, and it was a welcome relief some to do more of that. I'm gonna flip around some of the arrangements to make it more. Smart toe work a star's picking and stuff. But, yeah, I'm already in my planning mode. Thinking about plants might go 1 50 for plants this year. I think that's healthy medium between you know what I was doing last year in the 300 I used to do. Great questions. I will try to get back to some of these in the later part of the show. Um Scott in Jill, I will answer your questions after some of the other stuff is going on. So we got a lot going on after the break. When I asked the question, What should we do? Or tell the senators who voted to refuse to accept our electoral votes yesterday? That was two congressmen. We'll get to that story and more. During the break. I was checking to see if The Twitter folks. The Leaders of that company have let the president back on it. It doesn't appear so yet. I'll be looking to see what I'm really.
"um scott" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Few minutes left before we get the status update at the bottom of the hour questions. I know there was one about spaghetti sauce. So let's get to that. Mike's well, Then I was withholding asking this one, Steve because I know Sicilians. They're very secretive about their sauce. Yes, I don't want to know Just what you're what's the what's the special special thing you do with it? I'm taking notes letters to it. Yeah, There's two answers. Really? I mean, here's some basic stuff, right? Olive oil for sauteing that that's a no brainer. Um salt, Pepper, Obviously. Onion, garlic, fresh onion, Fresh garlic. Don't have it sitting around for six months. Um, a little tomato paste. If you want a thicker sauce, fresh basil is another one. The freshness thing is big oregano, obviously other great Italian seasoning. And then there's that meat question. So some people like ground beef. Meatballs, and you could certainly prepare your meatballs and dropping the sauce. But Sicilians love pork in sauce, spaghetti sauce and by adding that Meat into your size. It opens up a whole new world of great smells when you're cooking it, but great taste after the fact when you're done and you're throwing it on a load of bucatini or Whatever your favorite noodle is. Mine is Rigatoni, but everybody's got their own angel hair. But some people love it's that choice. Right? The meat choice and for me, it's It's all about pork because I grew up with Sicilian. My dad, Dominic. Makes a spectacular sauce. I mean, my friends always asked for his recipe when he makes the sauce for, like a party or something. That's how good it is. Are. We could probably squeeze one more quick one in here. I consider us friends, Steve, So I'll take that saucers appear whenever you get a moment here. One more from the talk and text lines. I want to know if you have any big garden projects coming up. When do you start planning the palatial Garden? It's graffiti estate. Good question, and it reminds me of my answer on the spaghetti sauce. San Marzano Tomatoes, Of course, my grower, Tea House Nursery. No Creek is like the unbelievable source for great plants when I get him, and when I put him in the ground garden, so I experimented last year with the With the fabric between my lanes as I call them of all my tomato plants, and I was I've reduced from like 300. So I think I was 120 last year, which was still plenty They're all basically San Marzano with the fabric between between the rows. It worked out fantastically cut the weeds down, protected the plants. You know that blight problem lot of us deal with in Wisconsin didn't have to deal with this year this year, and it was a welcome relief. I'm gonna do more of that. I'm gonna flip around some of the arrangements to make it more. Smart toe work. A star is picking and stuff. But, yeah, I'm already in my planning moment Thinking about plants Michael 1 50 for plants this year. I think that's healthy medium between you know what I was doing last year in the 300 I used to do. Great questions. I will try to get back to some of these in the later part of the show. Um Scott in Jill, I will answer your questions after some of the other stuff is going on. So we got a lot going out after the break. When I answer the question, What should we do? Or tell the senators who voted to refuse to accept our electoral votes yesterday? That was two congressmen. We'll get to that story and more right now. It's time for the news from the WTMJ Breaking news Center Jane Matt knew Thank you. Steve, Wisconsin, surpassing 5000 cope in 19 deaths, The total number of cases nearing half a million the Department of Health Services on Wednesday reporting 60 additional deaths that now brings the total number in Wisconsin to 5039 the number of positive Kobe cases in the state declining Since peaking in mid November, But they did begin to rise again in late December. We will take a look at the markets and the weather coming up momentarily first, though, Let's get an update from ABC News 11 38 WTMJ. Full review underway within the D C police and federal law enforcement response to the violent mob of Trump supporters that the U. S Capitol yesterday. Washington D. C Mayor Muriel Bowser calling for the president to be held accountable along with she says anyone involved in carrying out or inciting terrorist and we know that the current president must be held accountable. But this unprecedented attack on our democracy. What happened yesterday is what he wanted to happen and we must not underestimate the damage he going to our nation and our democracy over the next two weeks. There are some calls for the president to be removed from office. Meantime, former Attorney General Bill Bar and Trump loyal allies speaking out against his former boss, saying, quote orchestrating a mob to pressure Congress is inexcusable. The president's conduct yesterday was a betrayal of his office and support Years and more resignations. The latest deputy National security advisor Matthew Pottenger, resigned yesterday. Michele France and ABC News type of the WTMJ Drake and Associates Market update everything in the green At this hour, the Dow is up to 02 at 31,032, the NASDAQ up to 82 at 13,023. And the S and P is up. 50 at 37 98 the wtmj paella deputy white dot com Time saver Traffic Good on the system right now. 94 inbound from Howie 16 to the zoo isn't easy, 10 minute trip from the suit to the market your regular seven minutes 41 45 south on highway cute to the zoo at 14. 43 inbound brown dear to the market. No trouble. 13 minutes. 94 inbound at late into the market, seven minutes Wtmj five day forecast cloudy some light fog today up to 36 cloudy and foggy tonight a chance of drizzle and some flurries low down.
"um scott" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"First with Sebastian Gorka, and I'm very proud to introduce our guest host for today. Jennifer Horn. Thank you, Dr G. That is at the Pretty best the best voice on a radio. I think he comes pretty close. My dad's on radio, so I can't say that he's the best, but they're tied for the top spot. That's for sure. I'm Jennifer Horn. Proud to be in the filling in for Dr Drea on America first Want to remind you to follow him on Twitter at Seb? Gorka? You can also check out the website SEB Gorka. Dot com You can check us out. We're streaming right now on YouTube. But lots of content up there on the America first, Seb Gorka Chance makes you check that out on YouTube. You could follow me by the way on loan from Salem Radio in Los Angeles, host of the Morning answer and the Genin don show you can follow me on Twitter at Jennifer Horn. Now we have so much to talk about with our next guest. Joel Polic is a writer for bright Bart and host of his own program as well. He's got a brand new book out. It's called neither free nor fair. The 2020 U. S presidential election be joining us. In just a few moments to talk about the latest in this fight for election into election integrity, if if you missed it. There was a big announcement today from the United States Senate. Josh Holly's The senator there has said he is going to come to the table and he is going to fight on behalf of President Trump. This is some big news coming out today, Remember? It was Congressman Mo Brooks and a few other Republicans in the House of Representatives. Who said that on January 6 so weak from today, actually When the electoral college to transmit their results of the 2020 presidential election to the United States Congress, it'll be presided over by the vice president Mike Pence. That as those results come in, Congress will actually stand up and fight for President Trump. It was originally just the House of Representatives. Now we have our first senator who is joining that fight, Senator Josh Holly, saying that he will stand up on behalf of President Trump. This means That The results may not be overturned. Joe Biden could still be sworn in on January 20th. But at least the debate will take place in the United States. Congress and This is a pretty big deal because With the House alone. You would have that tossed away. Now that you've got both bodies involved both the House and the Senate together. Forming this argument. There will be a real tablet debate that will be happening in Congress. That's pretty important stuff, and it matters because President Trump will actually have the conversation that I think Many Americans, many of his supporters clearly the over 70 million people who voted for president Trump want the country to have whether it results in a new election being overturned or whether it results in further scrutiny on certain states. We need to do is make sure that these cases of voter fraud, these hundreds of affidavits these questions about the voting system that has taken place in states across the country that That they'll actually pay some attention to it that maybe we make some real changes in elections moving forward. I think that needs to be the end goal here again. Our last caller last hour was was concerned about how we talk about all of this stuff. But yet there's no real change. But the real change has come. That we're finally as a nation. Least amongst our own party having the conversation and that with President Trump to thank for because I'll tell you living in California, which is where I'm based on based in Los Angeles. We've had instances of voter fraud that happened. They're actually recognized by the mainstream news media there, pointed out. And then there's swept under the rug, and another election happens and we continue on in that same pattern. If This is the only thing that comes from the discussion that will happen next week in Congress that we're going to start giving a closer look more scrutiny. To our elections. I say, Bring it on. It's important for us as a country to have faith in that already, people have been losing faith in the way government works. We've been losing faith in the fact that we've been operating under swamp like conditions. That maybe all of this arguing between Republicans and Democrats. Maybe it's not all Based on the fact that Republicans and Democrats actually hate each other. Maybe it's actually a distraction. From On high right. The elected officials that we bring into office get us distracted, fighting back and forth party to party when they're actually all operating together. As that's what the light is on. At least we're having this discussion a 3333 Dorcas number to call. We'll talk to Joel Pollack in just a few moments. But let's say hello to Scott calling from California Online to Hi, Scott. You're on America first, Jennifer one in for, said Gorka. Yes, Jennifer. Good to talk to you and Katarina, that last caller hit the nail on the nose. Basically, we need to play by the rules and way we can do that and help Trump. Keep his presidency is to start recalls on these judges. All these stolen elected officials anyone who George Soros funded their election campaign and wake these people up that they're gonna have to start taking and listening to us the people or we will move them out of office. If they're going to steal the election will take it back by a recall. We all need to stand up and fight for Trump. He's been fighting for us for four years. Now it's our turn to fight for him. And I have to say it even goes beyond trump. And yes, I want to stand with him, But I think we need to make this even broader. We need to stand up for free and free and fair elections across the board because you live in California. Um Scott, where do you live in California? I'd rather that Southern or no well, in any case, whether you're in Southern California or Northern California. The point is that we have seen this fraud happened in elections across our state for many, many years, and people talk about it, and then we forget about it. And we move on. So the reason I say this even needs to be brought her and you're right. I want to stand up and fight with President Trump. But we need to hear his message. It's not just about his own political life, blood..
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"Hello, everyone and welcome back to the Halley car show. This is Grace, curly and how he's executive producer. I'm filling in for the captain. And I'm so honored and humbled to be doing so I've had the best few days here. We've had some amazing guests. And actually, one of them is just coming up now, Scott. How Ansel from Red State. Thank you so much for being with us, Scott. No thanks for having me again. It's just gonna have to talk to you first. I have a few a few points. I want to go over. But first, can you tell everyone you wrote a story in the title is Ted Cruz is a wise and battle scarred Canadian Trailblazer. Can you tell us? What what inspired this column. Pretty much the liberals fawning over Justin Trudeau's, uh, reared S O political, wrote an article I believe was yesterday that talked about how true does Beard is a sign of him being wise and battle scarred? And and how it's just he's grown into this beard and all these other things that are just absolutely laughable. Can I realized that I was gonna read one part of that actually read one part of that, Scott, so people know it What they said the beard was significant. A symbol of a once youthful prime minister, who was now older and wiser and battle scarred. Many headlines were written. It was a simpler time we had nothing better to do than debate the merits of facial hair as an indicator of gravity tests. So This was a headline. I got a lot of it got a lot of press because people were thinking. Wait a second. You know who cares that he has a beard. But you pointed out so many Republicans about beards for so long, and they haven't gotten any credit for it. Right. The only thing that they had talked about what Ted Cruz and this is, you know, to Ted Cruz is credit is that they talked about how he was more attractive with his beard. So in other words, they simply meet it made him a piece of meat. In discussing his his beard, nous but in they never talked about wisdom or or strategy or being battle scarred as a result of his of his beard, And so I decided Toso, those How does a pardoned Ted since no one else would. And Scott? I'm gonna quote your story now. You said it wasn't until soy boy Trudeau grew out of his whiskers during the covert 19 lockdowns that suddenly having a beard. This story worthy. Do you think if they had Looked into his black face as much as they are now looking into his beard that there would've been more stories on that. I think I think that this just goes back to show that the media is it will praise the left for doing the things that right does and criticize the right for doing things The left does. On so it it really doesn't make any sense for for us to try to make sense of whether or not the media's trying tol, you know, be fair. We know that they aren't We know that they're not trying to, uh, talk about this From an objective standpoint, they just want to get out there and make it look like Trudeau is some somehow be wiser and and more stages, a result of growing a little bit of facial hair. The next question I have for you because it seems like today there was so much news about the press giving themselves a pat on the back. And specifically, I was thinking of the open letter. I just read it in the last segment. That Julie Wolf tweeted out to journalists where she said, You know you are strong. You are important. And then Maggie have vermin tweeted out that you know, chief thinks the press corps is That it's rude that Trump would have a 7:30 a.m. call time on Christmas Eve to do that to the press. Have you ever seen a more self congratulatory group of people in your life? Absolutely not. And that's one of the things I mean, especially with some of the articles that we've been riding over a red state where the mainstream media has been extremely critical. I mean, Jennifer van Laren. I did a whole series of articles. 100 Biden business dealings in China in October and we were called Russian dense information, conspiracy theories, everything under the sun. Now, the sudden it's a It's a Germaine. Story and the media's covering it. I think that it just comes down to the fact that they, uh it's blind. They're blinded by their own by their own bias. They're blinded by their own egos. They don't seem to sit back and think Maybe I need to moderate how I approach these issues or deliver this information. It's no longer about informing the opinions off the public. It is about shaping the opinions of the public. That's the way the media treats it. I totally agree and they're heroes for shaping it the way they they want. Um Scott, my next question for us. You've also written a lot of pieces about coronavirus. Hypocrites. Specifically, you wrote about the governor of Rhode Island and the governor of California. Is there anyone lately Because it does feel like these stories pop up once or twice a day where someone broke their own rules. Is there anyone lately who stands out to you as being a major hypocrite? Obviously in this is but I mean, my own bias is living a resident state of California. I think Gavin Newsom is the numeral Uno. Uh, coronavirus hypocrite, not just because he's violated his rules, once twice, three times, four times five times. He continues to violate them. His auntie Dancy Pelosi violated them, and he had nothing to say about that again. Gavin has his own rules for him. He's been willing to travel out of state, something he's asked us not to do when he went when he went to campaign for Biden in Nevada. He had a large dinner with no masks in indoors at a very fancy restaurant. He's got his own rules that he had lived, choose to abide by and then decides to shame us all inside. With with his with his restrictions, and, frankly, I think enough people walking up to the fact that he is such a hypocrite, and I've never seen more intention. Tolo, an effort to recall the governor in the state of California. Since we did recall Gray Davis in 2003..
"um scott" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Nothing when George was growing know his father now all the commercial and religious aspects of Christmas so he made up his own holiday island. Another piece of the puzzle falls into place lights up from Seinfeld years ago, the story of Festivus festivals for the rest of us, so you're not left out, you know, I mean, Joyce dispense service. Yeah. George Costanza. It was Jewish. And, uh, yeah, in the storyline, and so you know, people go. They created their own little of festival. Why not? S so there you have it, Festivus for the rest of us that aired on December 18th 19. 97. I don't know about you and and maybe you're showing my age, but that showed to me is kind of one of those timeless shows. I won't call it The Andy Griffith show for those who don't know what I'm talking about. You have to look that up The Andy Griffith Show of the nineties. But you know, it was funny. It did in a double a lot of things. And of course, you know Seinfeld's one of these guys that Makes these absurd human behaviors that we all have, at times or things that were hypocritical about at times laugh, you know that we're all in kind of in the human soup if you will, But yeah. That was a great great show. Um Scott. What does he like toe watch on a regular basis. It's not Seinfeld. I'm trying to think what he was his go to his Somebody on has talked about Frasier. Yeah, he watched. Well, we both watch Frasier. Yeah, that's a terrific show. Because I'd see I can't watch Frasier. As much. Because I'm too O c d about the radio scenes because half of them aren't right. We? Really? Yeah, because Frasier works as a like an on air psychologist. And things aren't and The portrayal of the radio station is Not accurate. And for most people, they're gonna look at that. Go with just shut up. Leave me alone. Just let me watch Frasier, but I've seen how the sausage is made, and I can't go back. Okay, So whenever they do, the radio shows you have to just say Speed studios like I know good and well, it's like when, uh, remember the show news radio with Phil Hartman. I think it was on NBC for For five years back in the nineties. And they would have what we call carts and non radio people like it goes all That's just stack of eight tracks. And if you don't know what an eight track is again why you're Googling Andy Griffith swing by there, but he pulled them out too early. They don't cue back up correctly, thus causing the next person to have angst when they try to play, said CART. Yeah, but they would constantly pull out cards in mid sound and then put them back in and they would they would have magically cute back up. Yeah, Just that bothers me greatly have also having been someone who has been the victim of an uncut cart cart are Essentially eight tracks. I mean, you know, and back in the day you would play either commercials on cards. Let's say that there was a 32nd commercial, will you There would be 40 seconds of tape. On that cartridge that you could play and a lot of times you You had songs on there, too. You would have a 4.5 3.5. Five minutes 5.5 minute card, the links very here. And if you're playing in a gotta DaVita, or, uh, you know something from Led Zeppelin almost anything from Led Zeppelin. You get an eight or nine minute card because it's that was the bathroom song right there exactly zero giving away all our secrets. Look, I'm going to be a bathroom where we're sampling, or yes, you have You ever heard that it was because the DJ needed to burn one or he was in the can Correct Mondo. It's 6 10 and news radio 8 20 WHS Protect hands were new way to get guys to quit smoking. In side because a lot of people don't like, you know, smoke, obviously. Inside the control room, because that used to be a thing, too, and then the way they got around that the radio stations would say on. Besides that, it makes the heads on the cartridge machines get gummed up with your smoke. So that's all they have limits to do that, which is why most radio stations always have a large stash of Q tips. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, you to clean those with some cleaners? Yeah. All right. We gotta get to a break when we come back. Christmas approaching Million's traveling. Are you one of them will talk about it with Matt Remember clear from NBC News radio next? And now a game of commercial chicken. Brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go. Oh, hi. Um.
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"Public affair. I am STD nor a couple things to deal with quickly before we start. I'll show I want to thank the people who pledged for this show two weeks ago. Um there's quite a few of you. I don't know how much we made, but I bet that we made a goal or maybe even a little more. Thank you. So much to David from Medicine. Anonymous from Stoughton complain for Madison. A needle for Madison. Hi, Anita. Alberto from Madison. Anonymous from Blue Mound, Robert for Medicine Ray from Madison. Another anonymous for Madison. Another anonymous from Winnebago Street. Um Scott from Columbus route from Madison. And Hurry on, Barbara. Thank you all so much for your support. Off the show off the station. I would like to. And thanks to Jonah for sitting in for me last week. I would like to dedicate today's show to the memory off my brother who passed on almost a couple weeks ago. So you'd ignore this. Um this show is dedicated to you. I have two great guests. Today. Casey Camp or in IQ is an environmental and environmental ambassador on hereditary drum people off the women's called Dan Society off the polka tribe off Oklahoma. She's a longtime activist, environmentalist, actress and published author. Casey, looking at your bail, I realized why. When I saw you last week on a panel, you looked familiar. I watch marking water just recently as part of the Venice Film Festival of the Smithsonian Museum. So good to have you Thank you for joining us today. And also with us is Simmons centered goals. She is an Asian, Abby from the Red Lake Nation in northern Minnesota. She's a member of the leadership team at the indigenous environmental Network. I n well, she has worked for the last 20 years. He'll work is focused on indigenous women's leadership and the importance off lifting up the work and power We've had. Staff members of I am before, but you may not remember that it is an indigenous led and operated Environmental Justice organization, working with indigenous communities and nations in the U. S and Canada on climate justice, sustainable communities adjust transition away from a fossil fuel economy. And more. And I would like to start with you. C'mon, you will released from jail just a few days ago. Why will you arrested? What was your crime? Hi s D. Thank you so much for having me. Can everyone hear me? Clearly? Yes, Yes. You're good. Good. Um, just so pleased to be on the show, and especially with my Auntie Casey, who I just love in respect so much, So it's good to be sharing this space with all of you. Um, so I was arrested on beheld in jail overnight. Thing on Monday and was released on Tuesday for protesting the line three pipeline, which is going through my homeland's here in northern Minnesota. So line three actually is alignment exists. It's an M bridge pipeline on do it goes to superior, Wisconsin. And yet it is something that I haven't heard Discussed Hill in Wisconsin. Can you tell us more about what it is and why you will protesting it? Yes, I think they've been trying to keep it sort of under wraps, although it will be the largest M bridge project to date and what it is is it's a pipeline that does your right exist already. It's about 60 years old. And it carries oil from Alberta Tar Sands oil, which is one of the dirtiest fuels on earth, and certainly the dirtiest oil. And Uh, they're building an additional pipeline. So some of the rhetoric being used by the company says it's a replacement of an old pipeline as replacing an aging pipeline and that they're doing us a favor by doing this new pipeline. That's not true. So this is an additional pipeline. It will carry more tar Sands oil. And M Bridge, As we know has a history of spills like all pipelines. My understanding is the average about one spill every 20 days. And like Wisconsin, Minnesota is, um full of water. You know, it's called the land of 10,000 lakes, and they mean it. You can't really go far without being in water, whether it be a wetland. A river or a lake. And so we do not want this water coming through our community and we as a nation of a women. Our responsibility within our spiritual direction is that we care for the water, so it's very important for us. And many of the leaders of this movement are National Bay Women. So yeah. So what are you going after men in four So, um, the Mississippi River, the Headwaters air here in Minnesota about, um Two hours for me and about another hour away. So about three hours from the headwaters of Mississippi, the pipeline is proposing to go under the river under the Mississippi. And they have already begun construction and, um, the drill pad where they will post up to go under the river. Was being occupied by tree sitters and other people, and there was one tree sitter left and they were coming to take him down and cut down the tree. Andre. So we went and held that space trying to prevent a drill pad from coming. And then there are many, many lad force mint officers who came and Uh, pretty much threw us around as they tend to do. Even though they were elders in our group we had in the women who were arrested who were put in the cell with me. There was Women who were 63 64 years old and they excessive force just tossed us around. Then they asked him tied our hands behind our back where we had to stand outside in minus two weather for about an hour before we were transported. A King County. Andre Strip searched and then put in a cell. There were 12 of us, and the cell was only meant for eight people. So of course, we're really worried about her health and co bid. But we also had a lot of solidarity and there we were there for a righteous cause, and we stayed strong and saying and prayed and Visited and, you know, did what we could to make the time pass. So just what were, you know? Crime laws standing around the tree? Yes, and we have four charges against us trespassing and unlawful assembly. Hmm. Casey. How? How familiar? Does that sound to you? Right. It's absolutely been our life as as long as the colonists have been on our shores. We've been treated this way. I'm grateful that Simone is okay..
"um scott" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission
"Listen, Christians at Carnegie Hall singing Christmas carols at the top of our lungs, literally raising the roof of that historic of venue. And that's just one of the things that's not happening this year in New York because of covert 19. And you know what? You know what I immediately thought of Justus. I was hearing that bumper. Those tickets. They run. What? The 50 60 80 9100 bucks each guys if you didn't get to go see the Gettys because they wanted to come. They were willing to come. But they're not allowed to come. Can you take what you would have spent their and cure some kids with it. We can in the McCullough house, and we normally take a big batch of people. So that's what we'll do this year anyway. 809 79 1988 109 791980 is how you do that. But Scott, you caused me to think about that in the last segment cause you said, you know It is a different environment. We're not going to different entertainment venues and some of us We don't even have to change our budget to be noted your kid. Now some of us do, And if we do need to do that, That's that's okay too. Maybe you want to do 12 kids, and you can only do one per month for the coming here. You could do it that way. But whatever fits. That's what I want you to consider right now because there's 520 Children that need our help. 809 791980 You know, we're not asking to do what you can't on Lee actually do what you can. You know, I really do believe that we have a little more of my grandfather used to call folding money. Or maybe Jed Clampett called that walking around money. We haven't heard folding money that Z holding money is the real deal. You know, sales not to change. So, my grandpa, you say he got some folding money, and that's a real deal. So you had some folding money right now. And you might say, You know what? That is mild count of the number of stockings. I have all the stockings. My blessings. My grand blessing my great grand blessings. I was on the other friend Don in D. C. Not so long ago, and I had mentioned that thing of canopy kids, canopy, grandkids, whatever and somebody else to your column today. I did that thing that you were talking about. We can't appear kids. I said, Well, sir, That's great. Thank you. And he said, no, no, no, but I, But I added, my grandkids said that's what he said No. And I added my great grand kick. Hey, said I want to do this for 17. And so today. Yeah, I think it's a great idea that the ticket amount you'd be spending on the Getty event. See that That's money already have. Sometimes we say things like, you know, if you just don't do this thing you could do that We've already had society. Tell us the government has told us you can't do that. He hadn't been to the sporting places. I would suggest that the amount of money we have saved in tips alone. With the restaurants and the sporting places could cure leprosy today for his Lisa's many his kids, grandkids, maybe even great grandkids that you have, and it wouldn't even feel it because you have a little extra Folded money. It's $30 per child that we can cure and friend just multiply that by the number of kids that you think you'd like to do, Um Scott's good go to is to take a look at your heart if you have a heart Or maybe it's your staircase wherever you hang them Stockings if you do stockings, if you don't know judgment either way, But here's the thing. How many do you have there? That's an easy number to say. Well, if I'm gonna spend X number of dollars on gifts for all of them, what's another $30 to represent each of them in helping a child that has no one helping it right now, because Scott, I have to think that if the parents in Coat, Devoir gun of other places on the African continent where the leprosy is the worst. I have to think that if the parents had the ability to get the medication, they would This is an issue where just a little bit of pocket change from us changes their life forever. And they don't even have access to the pocket. Change that we have. No, that's exactly right. And I will say this. You gotta remember. We're talking about a part of the world. Where there I won't say which doctors but there still are. They called the traditional medicine people. But they really are what you might call wished you take sides some leaves and you burn him and you blow the smoke on the wound, or you hang a little jar of brown liquid outside the hut. On it supposed to do some magic. And of course it does nothing. And in the meantime, they actually get worse and worse and worse. I think about one gentleman who brought his brother any finally was tired his brother going to these sort of doctors and spending all of his money. All that he had. He was spending on the stuff that did nothing. And he brought his brother in with him. A diagnosed with leprosy gone to the hospital. We went then to see him and to take him some food and to check on him and we gave him the food and when he took the food from us He walked away from us and went out into a field all by himself, and he turned his back to us. And then sat and ate. And this tall grass all by himself. Because he had been so trained That he was not to be with people who are well Just like in the biblical days where somebody if they had leprosy, they had to declare to see somebody else coming in. But it doesn't declare three times shout out, unclean, unclean, unclean about themselves. When you deliver the cure with this gentleman came back. We told his brother, he said he doesn't have to do that. He's been cured. He's not contagious anymore, and his brother came back. I mean, the reunion that we saw was just it's the same way. You're gonna have a re union with your family members. When the dust finally clears here, we have a taste of it now. But this is what they live with all the time If I don't get them the cure and they don't have zoom and they don't have you know Netflix and who Lou and all this kind of stuff that we do social media ways to be. Connected when they're socially distance. They are outcast. That's the only level of it there. So when you called the day you're bringing folks back and restore them to the dignity that they deserve. Well, here's the Here's the real bottom line friend. We've done this for a number of years. In fact, I think over the last two or three years we've cured in excess of 12 to 1500 Children, which is really an amazing statement of your belief in what we're doing, and in the effectiveness of a limb and why it works and why we want to keep doing it because there's more kids. 52 a day that air diagnosed again if we hit if we wait, take care of all 520 that are on this list already that will just cover a 10 day supply of the diagnoses. That that may seem somewhat like a big, heavy lift and like the problem is getting worse, But friends were not called to solve all the problems, but we can solve the problems of the people that we know about right in front of us. And those 520.
"um scott" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM
"Drama coach Scott to call 805 069028. All right back to the phones. We go, should read a couple of text here. This is A lot of texture, lot of text for you there. Play. Thank you for being much like Rush Limbaugh, says David, a powerful voice for folks like me who try to think about issues from a position of faith and common sense. How nice is that? You don't find that every place anymore, do you? No, but I appreciate the compliment. That's great on your right, Todd. It's just hard to find that the news concerning Fox News what makes you think they give a damn what Republicans think anymore. They're left. His leadership would rather go out of business and switch back to reporting factual news. Well, we'll find out because that's what will happen, but if enough of the people under them that they're still there Are able to get through to them and their own crisis management. That's in place says Hmm. These guys were right. See the crisis management is there in my view for two reasons. One the ratings Plummet but also the Coinciding drop in revenue. Can Fox News has been a cash cow? It's been like, unbelievable. You wanna become a third banana to CNN and MSNBC, or do you wanna be a cash cow? Which do you want to be? So I think there's a chance they fix it. But you probably have a few less board members or something. I don't know. Um Scott, We're having our Thanksgiving We picked up the turkey cranberry sauce, the ingredients for the stuffing and pie ingredients and then money order for bail bond money. We're set. Oh, God, All the turkey and fictions. Also the money order for the bill button button didn't realize some of my family is listening to this show today. That's good to hear. Yeah. Fuck. The Legislature is gonna be gathering to straighten out the governor's moves. Get one of them on People require this to be lifted immediately going to be getting together. What if they know some news? We don't Suggested we get hold of down shy blade on the education Committee. I believe he's But on the ND H s a two People who require this to be lifted immediately. High Good. Don't do a little checking. I've hurt a few rumbles about legislators that are upset and potential. Special sessions. I think they have four days left. They could use text me says as a middle of the road guy. I can't listen to your far right wing antics. I prided myself on being able to listen to both sides, but have to quit tuning in when you're on. Nothing American about what you're saying. Okay, Wait a minute, that that means. You know what That means. That means here exactly where you should be. Because now you are on both sides the road too far. So If have foreseen. You're too far right? And after singing too far left and She moved too far. Interestingly enough. I see on Friday that the same person texted the only guy more partisan than this clown is Mitch McConnell. So generally, if you think Mitch McConnell Is a clown. Right and far, right Wing. You're you're not middle of the road, but you know, some people put themselves when they put themselves but that's okay. I appreciate the feedback right on Scott. Next, you'll be telling us what toilet paper to use. We'll get ready for it. Could become only that, but how to put the role in? Yeah, okay, I better go back to some calls here Lot of Texas where we've them as we go throughout the program, Farley's on the road with Sonny Mind Take it away. Yeah, I wanted elaborate a little bit about that incident I was dealt with in Frenchtown, Montana, where I had the police called on me because I wasn't wearing a mask. Uh, the guy told me that they reserve the right To refuse service to anyone. He didn't care that I had a medical exemption that threatened me that I was gonna have to pay everybody's wages because they're going to shut him down. Go out the track. I'm trying to make the short story here. I go out to the truck and I called 911 myself. I said, I'm sitting in the track. I'm waiting for you the clip show up because I just want you to The seas of video where I have recorded everything that happened me in this store. And they finally took me off hold and they got back. You should go ahead and head down. The road of police might be calling you. The more I got. Think about it. I called the local board of health there and greater module area and ask them. How it is this guy? I can refuse service to me. And, uh, she said, you can't. The governor gives you an exemption for mask mandates. And I said, Well, somebody ought to call that storm straighten him out. You said you'd have to file a special complaint with them. So I called the number. I left the matches. The next day I get a call from the Board of Health in Missoula area, And this girl tells me that the governor also allows East County or each area to do whatever they think is right. Without regard to his directive, And so if they say no matter what, whether you got a medical exemption or not, just you just can't be in public places. It's out of math, and I thought that was incredible. I talked to my buddy who was used to work for the Board of Health, the northern Idaho. He's saying that those decisions like that Don't come from any medical opinion, and I believe he said that it was the county commissioner That makes those decision and I could be wrong..
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"Yeah, right And the rest of that branch off from the guys in charge from those guys. Yeah, that's interesting to look at that. I mean, clearly you think of the Cleveland Browns back in the mid mid seventies, mid nineties, when Bill Belichick was the head coach. Will you grant? Pull up that pull up if you can. The Cleveland Browns coaching roster back in 90. I don't know for When when Belichick was there and look at the names on that. Coaching. Tree that coaching roster. And it's mean Jim Schwartz was on that later became a head coach. Um Ozzie Newsome was on that, as an assistant coach later became may be as good a general manager as we've ever had in the history of this league. Um The Nick Saban was on that staff. We all know about Nick Saban's coaching acumen. I think Um Scott, Scott Pio Li Was on that staff for part of that staff, and he later became a GM running two different organisations. Kirk parents also hurt fares was the line coach on the brown staff. And obviously, now is the Head coach of the University of Iowa. There's a couple of more There's a couple of younger guys that really went onto good careers. Then. In the league. Yes, it's amazing job bugle, too part of the woody tree. Didn't know that. You know, either. George Shop, Navy head coach. Yes. Or it looks like champions chump. I think I remember having his champ Dave McClane, Wisconsin, you head coach. Doit Perry Bowling Green. Miles. Stop Cincinnati, would he looks like he's the man? When it comes to Ah, Glen Mason. Remember, Glenn Make sure university Kansas Dick LeBeau. I didn't realise Dick Lobel. I think he did. I don't know. I don't remember that. Well, he played OK, so he played for Woody. Gary Moeller, John McVeigh, There's up and it's a long list here era procedure. The airport's Egan was was part of that Miami of Ohio staff. I don't think airports Egon ever worked in Ohio State that no member northwestern Notre Dame in Miami behind me of Ohio. Interesting. Did he recruit you? He did. Coach Parseghian set in my parents. Living room. How cool is that? That was pretty. You know what for an 18 year old punk that was I was pretty cool that he was a big, big, big name back there and then obviously I did not go to Notre Dame. But then the college All Star game that was played and that was the final college All Star game and I Participated in that in Chicago. We played the Steelers coach Parseghian was the head coach. He just He just retired from being the head coach. Notre Dame. I know we're out of time. But how could you have era come to your house and then not go to Notre Dame? I mean, seriously, you know what? Notre Dame and Digger Phelps Said in my living room as well and digger was the basketball coach at Notre Dame. And so he will recruit me in basketball, and I didn't go because you want a mom and dad to watch him play? Yeah. I mean, I was C U had had it going on, and I was a local kid. You know, suddenly get it. Stay home. 10 25 time. Stick around more ahead on K away individual results. Very exclusions apply. Imagine feeling the freedom of.
"um scott" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"One is everyone knows because there is no fact out there that everyone knows. There's no opinion out there that everyone shares so There's no such thing The other one to avoid is all I know is Because you sound stupid. All I know is it means I know I've refused to listen to anything further. Regardless of whether or not it might change my mind. All I know is, don't say that. Don't don't Don't. No, I didn't vote for Hillary. There's somebody wants to know I voted libertarian. Um Scott in Fairfield at a point to make Scott what's up? Well, I agree with this on Trump number one number two. The left side would start working with him. Our country would be the best that I could ever be. Number one number two. If they're so anal about Want to see his tax returns and everyone, congressmen and senators needs to show their that we really see what the swamp looks like because They go in average income. They all come out. Multi millionaires and their kids like biting son comes out with How much money from whole differ China wherever, But if people would really come together and make all the senators and congressmen, but if you have a reason to challenge somebody, somebody's Under handedness. You know financially in Congress, you'll see their taxes like that that can be done. I want saying is they hide so much stuff. They make all the laws to protect ourselves. They play the stock market before anybody else does What's going on? That's all I know is when they do they get busted for that. We've just had three members of Congress last year. Questioned on that quizzed on that as to whether or not they were handling their money, or somebody else was handling their money. No, that's that's That part's absolutely watch. Now. I like most of Trump's policies. I just can't stand the man. I got to get to a break. I'll thank you. 8 26 bangle stuff. This's Zach Taylor report brought to you in part by.
"um scott" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"In your life, Your sweetheart. Your significant other Your Children. Your grandchildren. Maybe Grandpa wants to send a little smiley. Now see, my policy is once a once The guy hits 30 years old. No more Emojis to that point. Folks, I am almost nine full years. Emoji sober. I have not sent an emoji. Since I turned 30. That's just one of my policies in life. It just is. Um, So alright to six to texture says Ain't is a word. Yeah, Not now. It is. That's another one. Where I think I think the folks at Webster just gave in to public pressure. 60 yeah, Okay, six always says you do. D thought chicken by placing it in the freezer. Aren't you just thawing it out? If you were to follow me here. Defying is de Okay. I okay. My bad. My bad. I see where you're going with this 60 wait. I got you. You're right. You're right. You're absolutely right. You're absolutely right. You do? D thought something by putting it in the freezer like a double negative. You thought it out? You defrost. If you want to de thaw, you put it in the freezer to six deuces. Why do people say over exaggeration? Another misuse. You exaggerate. And then you over, exaggerate Kyle producing. Any word like that, that just stick in your craw something that is you here when it's misused when it's over, used incorrectly, and it just it just rings in your ear like a bowel. Anything. Get on your nerves like that, or I'm just weird. I can't think of a word off the top of my head but a phrase where people say like it's a horse of peace. You don't like It's a horse apiece. Now. I mean, I don't I don't know what perhaps is too old of a phrase for me that I don't really understand the meaning. But I would imagine that if I had two horses in front of me if they did not explicitly look exactly the same. Then they're not the same thing, right? I mean, they're all different. Not six of 1/2 a dozen of the other, but about that I'm just getting more upset Jeff and Fox point people say The document is in PDF format. You don't have to say format because Thie F in PDF. Stands for format does it not? Okay, 414 You nailed it. This was the one because this is a term that we use in radio. A lot. Just used it this week with somebody. Pre record Now, sometimes in radio. You can't get a guest live, so you'll ask. Hey, can we and I've made this mistake. Do you mind if we pre record Let's think this through. So You're either. Recording the interview ahead of time or it's a live interview. What exactly does a pre recorded are all say pre tape tape. If you can't do it, live weaken pre tape. You can pre taped you either tape weaken tape, the interview. Yeah. I'm so glad that you mentioned that one for one for texture. That was the one that was on the tip of my tongue. But I just completely forgot the other people bringing up irregardless. 262 Hot water heater Hot water does not need heating. There's something wrong. I need a new hot water heater. Well, hot water heater. Okay. All right, I guess. Let's see if I told you once I told you a 1,000,000 times don't exaggerate Interesting. Hey, somebody else saying you defrost? Take a look at this. Here. You defrost the freezer. So that it will freeze faster and better. I gotta think See this is now hurting my head to think about. Um Scott, the phrase that bothers me the most is when people say Have a good rest of your day. Sherry in Hartford, says that Why would that bother you? Have a good rest of your day. I don't follow that one. You'll have to write me Sherry and explain that one for me. What's the difference between flammable and inflammable? I love words, but they drive us crazy, don't they? Do you have a Fraser? I mean, I guess we can. If someone was a call in, we can take it. This is not how we starting on this. Oh Heat index. That's what it was. See Is it fun to trying to trace back the conversation? It's called the hot water tank. Okay. Hot water tank. Self quarantine myself. Self quarantine myself. Yeah, OK, well, 815 year, right. Talk about overused terms literally. I have said that the word literally. Has become Not only misused but overused. And misused. And I'll sometimes fall into the trap, but I'm really cautious of not trying to go down the Literal, literally wormhole, But yeah, literally. Like Don't tell me what it's like. Tell me how it actually is. Words are important people. Words have meaning. How smart.