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"university iowa" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"You know how bad it is out there. How? How bad is it? There's a strip club in Memphis called Perfect tens and they're hiring H. Oh, God. No, I know Now that is just wrong. Well, it's hard out there. You know, it's hard. The labor shortage. It's out of control. Guys with the perfect tens is the ones that's getting paid to stay home. Is that right? The servants, the eight they've got to go out and work that ass off seven's got to do all the heavy lifting. That's right. That's right. Well, if you're a seven or an eight, you know, ladies, we appreciate you. We really do. You are. You're beautiful to us. You're beautiful. I don't know nothing but tends to be honest with you. Me too. I've never met a woman. That's not a 10. That was good. I have to give you credit. That was good. You said there was a straight face. We have noticed. You know, that's a rule about the 10% of that we often forget. We always talk about what are the 10% of the 10% of the people that acknowledged that the world's imperfect but they have a sense of humor about it. The 10 percenters are the kind of guys who love the second Amendment but lost all their guns in a boating accident. It's tragic. You know those guys but but also 10 percenters are I've Yeah. And all the 10 percenters have only met times in there. Exactly Every woman if you're a 10% or eur, 10, I mean, that's given right now you're listening to this show. You're smoking hot Fox. I won't have anybody say otherwise. You you say otherwise. I'll do three months in Huntsville just to prove a point. The kind of guy I am I tell you what bad mouth the ladies of the talk about heaven Bad mouth 10%, You know 43% of millionaires. Don't believe Millennials. Excuse me. It's very different 43% of millennials. I don't think God exists that right? Almost half of them while they are in for a surprise, Don't you think you should believe in God? Just in case just in case Is that a threat? We'll think about the opposite of that, right. If you don't believe in God and you turn out to be wrong, you're screwed. Right. If you did believe in God, and you're wrong. Let's just say for you know, just for argument's a U turn. Very well. So what? Yeah. Shouldn't hurt. Yeah. So you lived a life less fearful of, you know of death, that sort of thing. Yeah, Yeah. You're a little less sad when your body dies because of the thought of maybe getting to see him one more time someday, you know is that so bad You're nice to everybody, just because as it Is it really so bad to believe in? Uh, I don't know. This isn't a religious show. Most of our stations play heavy metal thunder we play. You know what Some of our radio stations play a song called Hell's Bells. So we're not going to start preaching to you about religion, But, you know, what did you think you just believe in it? Just in case just be on the safe side. Like some wonder what? What would it hurt? 43% is so high because I don't have to give 10% of my money to something, you know? Some man who says he's going to pass it on to God for me. You know what that really tells me. 43% of millennials think they know everything? Because there are some things they've never seen. They assume they just don't exist. There you go. Like, you know, I've never seen Titanic but I'm pretty sure it exists at the bottom of the ocean Now or the movie for that matter. I've never watched it. You know, I can tell you the movie exists. Yeah, well, and I consider it a great triumph in my life that I've never watched it. Yeah, Good for me. Go County. Have you all heard about Mollie Tibbetts? Don't know her. We talked about her, but we haven't talked about her. In almost three years. She's the woman I think was in Iowa was murdered by an illegal alien and now the trial for the accused killer Christian Bahana Riviera. Is beginning in Scott County, Iowa. Now that's not the one that was killed on a pier in San Francisco. That was a different one. Uh, this was the university, Iowa student. I hear it happens more often than we like a lot more often. Yeah, but what? What? What Joe Biden gonna do about it? Okay, so I'd like it to happen, Not at all, but it happens somewhat often. And that was before Joe, Uh, just waved the green flag and invited everybody else who hadn't already come to get to America as quick as possible. That's true. And that raises another interesting question. If you're an illegal immigrant But the president allows you to be here then. Are you an illegal immigrant? C? Well, did they undo the law? Or did Joe Biden just say Ignore that law. Exactly. They just pick and choose Which ones they like. Maybe it was a homo. Everyone take down a homo. Now we're all home Owes Homo SAPIENs, Walton and Johnson. Pretzels. Mark What chips? Look Who's the new guy? Santa? I think he's looking at me Pretzels. You got it twisted. He's looking at me. Stop being salty.
"university iowa" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Um, whatever you think about nude, I don't care. But I do think that he knows. What's going on in Congress and what could pass and what cannot, he said. This isn't going to get through and I'm going. All this other stuff has gotten through. I mean, we had We had a stimulus check for the two of them last year. Now we've had Who of them this year, and there's another one that they're proposing tonight. Yeah, The first round was the cares Act. I wish I had a date on these things. Second one was the Consolidated Appropriations Act. First one cares was $1200 per adult. Second was $600 per adult. Third round the American rescue plan $1400 per adult. Then there's that's all first ground stuff. And then this second round of stimulus checks and it just it just keeps going. I've never seen it like this phone numbers. 855295 66, 100 Stacy and Iowa. Hello, Stacey. Mm. Hi. Uh, only thing I got to say about, you know, community, college and stuff. Most of them are given out so many scholarships that you can get through your first two years without even hardly paying anything. Yeah, in my hometown and then my son Graduates senior and University of Iowa. He's getting there without any debt because we scrimp and save and pay, and he works Summers and pays his room aboard White and then some scholarships. Yeah, There was. There was a great There was a There was a great bit on Saturday night Live. Yeah, they did a thing about Actually they somebody came along and whether one or two Uh, Teach them how to save money. And they were aghast about what you have to save. How do you save? I don't know anything about that. So for the fact that you saved Congratulations. You're in the minority. Good for you saved and paid as we went. And he did a lot in the summer working full time job for, you know and saving, and then he paid his room and board all year. But some of his tuition he pays university, Iowa comes out for low income students whose parents didn't want to get off the couch and go get a job. So he's already Yeah. And someone else? Yes. Yeah. And For people who think that that is some sort of slight. I love these stories. There was one last year where some immigrant from louse Many years ago, ran from Comeere Ruse or one of those groups over there came to America. Had five daughters. I don't think the guy ever had a job that paid about the minimum wage that was about it, and he saved his money and spent was able to pay tuition for all five daughters that went to college. You can do it if you if that's your priority, But why would you prioritize it if you know that the government's going to pay for it? Let somebody else do it. Exactly. That's worth the government's where we are. We are The government ain't paying. Yeah, I are. So they're just going to take more money out of our target for someone else that Didn't care about their kids. Well, that's what this whole speech tonight is about is we need to get all this money for the families for the schools for the pre K for Health insurance premiums. All this stuff that you and I pay for And he's basically saying to America we need this money and we're going to get it from the rich people. So don't you worry, and we'll provide all these benefits. Hi. So he's willing to pay his own money. I don't know what he's wanting to know. No, He's not. He's in that top person. It got to be, Yeah. No, that doesn't apply to him. I'm sure there's a language in there on it. Yeah, well, I'll tell you what money out of it what he pays for Twister. Support someone else. I'll tell you, Stacey, your your your son is going to Have many dividends from watching you. Scrimped and saved to pay for his education and for him having to go to work the during the summers to get jobs to pay for it as well. That is a life lesson that will be a dividend for the rest of his life. He will know. What it takes. So that's an education all in itself. Anyway. Congratulations to your son and to you. For doing it the right way. I appreciate it. Dan in Springfield, Illinois. Hello, Dan. Hey, Don, How's it going? It's going. What do you think of the day? Well, you know, I'm thinking that's our our national. Our debt has grown like baseball's players. Salaries have over the last 30 years. Yeah. Remember when a baseball player you know when they made a million dollars you thought Wow. How can anybody pay a million dollars? The baseball player? Now they're making $300 million contract stuff like that. On the debt. You know what people don't talk about is the interest that we pay on that money. Well, I'll take what I checked The pie chart on the pie chart that we get. You know, you could find on the on the Internet. I make something like 70% of all the tax dollars brought in with just to pay the interest. On our loan. That money. We borrow that money that everybody comes from that money just not fabricated by the Treasury. We have to cover that money with taxpayer's dollars. So, but nobody but but say what they've been saying that for ever that you know what somebody's going to pay for this some day And yet nobody.
"university iowa" Discussed on Defocus Media
"And it really isn't easy read It's kind of tough to get over the hump of like you really want me to sit down and read an entire on peremptory and the answer is actually yes as actually way easier and more digestible than you think it would be. So i'd say reading material affected peremptory. I think from a just overall conference of stuff. Ghani me dot org I think is a really awesome thing. That walsall word is put together. He's also put together the iowa Glaucoma curriculum which is on University iowa algae's website There's i got coma And that's by constance okay. Who is out of virginia consultants. One of my friends used to work with her. And she's awesome. It's a youtube channel So all these things that they they help again. I know i'm redundant here on the occasion. But they help you feel more comfortable with how they present the materials and it's not over the laborious or time consuming to john jesse's things and i think they're really good for empowerment and then lastly just a plug from consulting for tele site which is a new peer to peer Model and essentially. You could send us you know glaucoma information. We could talk real time consulting But you're going to have to do that. Just you can seek out information from your peers. I think the bottom line is that we have to own glaucoma and optometry. And we're more than capable of owning dot com. We just have to do it. We're still at the point where we're ten percent of. Od's are writing ninety percent.
"university iowa" Discussed on Leadership Lifestyle Podcast
"They be talking about. How how the the feelings of what they did. and by the way. Here's another note every day. You are personally living your eulogy based on what you're doing how you're behaving how your people what you're working toward that those things people are gonna talk about when you finally go and we're all going to finally go but now you have the reasons from the autopsy in the feelings from the eulogy. The third thing here is go ahead and have the funeral because you have to lay it to rest again whether you are successful at something or you failed at something you have to lay it to rest. It's okay to think about it from time to time. But you gotta let it go. It's a nice memory that pops into your head every once in a while. Make something makes you think about it. That's okay just like if you had a funeral of a person who sugaya celebration of life and it's okay to be thinking about that person from time to time but you can't just spend the rest of your days mulling over it so now. What if you're stuck. What if you can't seem to move past this point so here it is. Here's the the the first of the two word sentences. And that is now what it can be a sentence or a statement or just pondering whether you want something or lost something. It's over so now what you should ask a question and then say it is a statement. What snack dan gable. Who coached university iowa wrestling for decades back in the one thousand nine hundred like to say seventy two olympic gold medalist in wrestling. He was also undefeated in high school. Lost one matching college talked about celebrating when they raised his hand at the end of a win and from that from that time until the time walked off the mat and then it was onto the next thing. Now that might be a little extreme. But you data put a time limit on your funeral on your win or on your loss. Enjoy your celebration you shut. It's an accomplishment. But then you gotta move on and ask yourself now. What what did you learn. How did it make you feel. Let's set it down. Let's lay to rest and let's move on and you got to answer this but it's also a free thought that allows you to create your next vision. Which is i always say is a dream with a purpose. And the second two-word sentence that builds on your now what is what.
"university iowa" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I mean and say Nagy is learning on the job and developing on a job. Why do you allow God to develop here for three years? Let him go. Somebody else gonna hire me and we got all the growing pains out of them, And they're gonna reap the benefits of absolutely that's the problem is like I know everybody wants change and the 12 and four season kind of built up the expectations. And so it feels like it's been a failure. The last couple of years. If you Zane 888 12 and four this year would be allowed. Wow. He's the greatest thing in the world. Yeah, and but I think you have to look at because what's gonna happen if you fire Matt Navy, He's gonna go back and he's going to coach for Andy Reid will probably take over the offensive coordinator job for Eric the enemy and they'll be gone. And then three years, two years from now, Matt Maggie's gonna be the hot coach because he's working with Pat Mahomes. Josh McDaniels, right. It's not going to be a Josh McDaniels kind of and it hasn't been an abject failure with that. It's been disappointing. What was the expectations? Right? And here's the other problem. We we've talked about this. Now who are the bears going? Who are they looking at to replace him? If you let him go, We already know that up at Hell's Hall. They have difficulty finding the next head coach. They don't have a roll index of guys who they want to talk to looks bad this year, though, guys I will tell you maybe maybe write. It looks bad, though, the way this blew up in his face the way the full thing blow up in his face the way this offense is finally rolling now that he's not calling plays anymore. And they seem to have a different sort of flow and tempo and idea about what they want to do offensively. Too bad Look for mad Maggie. Maybe he could be like Mike Tomlin. We always wondered that Thomas doesn't call plays never has Never will. Commons. Great because of The culture he sets. His attitude. His ability to handle the ability to handle chaos is your car. They asked in that building. That's where Tomlin thrives. That's where John Harbaugh thrives. Not that they don't have a football minds and they have been put in game plans. Of course they do. But that's where Tomlin and Harbach drives three levels of cast love Ian Bell situation, hold out the Antonio brown situation and a villain a wave of going out. To salute the flag during the national anthem against the team's wishes. Whatever they were doing kind of painting, everybody he had to handle all that, and he's always done it. And early in his career, he Ben had quite a few issues himself. Did he ever recycle? He had some domestic abuse ourselves. Sexual assault. Excuse me. Yes, he's dealt with it, and he's been great at it. Nag has been pretty good at it. Maybe that is his strength. Get by an argument for Nagy coming back over paste coming back now you get into Do you really want a new GM to be saddled with coach? There's conventional wisdom that tells you that's not a good idea, right? You know what Freakonomics says about conventional wisdom If you ever refracted if you've ever read Freakonomics Couple award winning economist who say Throw it out the window. And I'm reading Peter King this morning, heaping praise on the Buffalo Bills, saying, You know, Buffalo does it differently, and they did it differently. The coach was there. They brought in this GM. And somehow it's worked beautifully. The GM and the coach sat down together and said, We have to redo our entire roster in your co By. Damn. They've done it. Do you know how many players remain out of that entire roster from when the two of them got there? Two. There are two players on the Buffalo Bills that how many years in like, five years. They read that stunning, isn't it? There are two they sat down together. The GM saddled, quote unquote with the coach, and now they're division champs and yet takes Tom Brady leaving and Cam Newton stinking for that to happen, Maybe, but like Peter's whole argument is, hey, they've done it a little differently. It's sort of bucks conventional wisdom in the NFL, right? And so I could buy met Maggie coming back more than Ryan Pace coming back that I can't. I don't think Ryan pace going anywhere. Either They're gonna They're gonna get him up to the point where they put him on a football side. When they decide to do that he'll be the president. Something else might be the GM. He'll have a role that oversees it all eyes not as much as the role of picking people when it comes to games. In 2 to 34 years if they're all still here, That's the way it's going to end up being my university, Iowa thought when somebody said university since 2017 how many offensive lineman have been drafted by the university? I'll be in the NFL from the university about 17 4017. No, The Bears have one. I know the pattern change. Daniel's Packers is one And this guy for the Buccaneers called Tristan works. Yeah, He's good kid this year. Now he's gonna be a stunt. That's too Since 2017 that have been drafted and had been drafted cannot be won in the first round one in the second round. How many tight ends have been drafted by the University of Iowa in that time, Haakenson I'm gonna bet they don't kid all fans fans, So the answer is 32 of those in the first trial has got you are tied and university is what you are. You are not Online university by any stretch of the imagination. Look at how many approved it. But look at how many Notre Dame kids have been draft all my heavens, and that was his.
"university iowa" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Pay sand. Give him a call. Send him an email purchase their products because without their support, this platform would not exist. I'm honored to have back with me A very dear friend of mine and someone who has been a regular on this platform for Close to a decade since the inception of Operation Freedom. Her name is Doctor Jane used. She is a board certified at the Mod ophthalmologist and ophthalmological surgeon and a fellow of the American College of Surgeons. She graduated from the university, Iowa. With a B A degree in received her medical degree from the Great University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. In addition to her private practice, Jade is a clinical professor in the Department of Ophthalmology in the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Now, in addition to all of that, Jane is an incredible health care policy analyst and a courageous one of that. She was one of the very first people, along with Chris held in myself and the American Association of Physicians and Surgeons to take on Obama care very early on in the process. And I must say everything that our group had projected. Is Obama care? Going to how it was gonna harm health care delivery in our country. 100% of what we discussed, and we're actually chastised for demonized by many people actually turned out to be 100% accurate. She also has a website. American doctors number four truth dot orc American doctors and don't spell it for just the number four truth that organ Jane. Welcome back to Operation Freedom. Well, Good afternoon, Dave. It's a pleasure to be with you. So Jean, we recently had a hearing here in Michigan about this goat rodeo, open election and in the fraud perpetrated, not just in Michigan but across our country. And I'd like your take out of the elite in government in the House and Senate here in Michigan, pontificating bureaucrats with no functional knowledge really on anything for it, for that matter. Let alone freedom. We're staying. We're sitting up there saying, you know to the witness. This one witness there. There was there. You know, You signed an affidavit under penalty of perjury about what occurred from a criminal standpoint, with this election. You witnessed there a couple other people that did the same, but Where there Mork people. Now that shows how ignorant there Jane because Rudy Giuliani has over 5000 Patriots from around our country, who have signed under penalty of perjury understood, sworn under oath. Off the criminality that they personally witnessed with this election. But these pontificating bureaucrats that have obviously ties into the deep state. They want this hidden so that why haven't there been more people that have stepped up? Uh, again, ignorant of the 5000 that have I want Derrick to play this clip and then get your take. Derek headed representative Camel Larry is asking is, um Perhaps why? Why is it that more people and I know we have a couple here today. But why is it that we're not having more people come forward? I mean, it seems like if they tell you why I spread fraud that you know, we have dozens and dozens of I'll tell you why my life has been destroyed. My life has been completely destroyed because of us. I've lost family. I've lost friends. I've been threatened. I've been my kids have been threatened. My I've had to move. I've had to change my phone number. I've had to get rid of social media. I've there. Nobody wants to come forward. We're getting threatened the people, Their lives are getting ruined. I can't even get a actual job anymore. I can't because Democrats like to ruin your life. That's why.
"university iowa" Discussed on KQED Radio
"We saw surgeon sales when it comes to small businesses. Hopefully, that will come back. Certainly Consumer wants to support their local businesses and help him l helped him go through this times. It's really is a matter of resilience and how what are the resource is that small businesses have in order to stay float. Which is not easy, and not all businesses obviously could do it, especially when everybody's switching online. Not all businesses have a good online infrastructure for selling to begin with, or are able to do so. But certainly there's a lot of willingness from consumers to support small businesses in their community. So we'll see that continues. We're also hearing a little bit about how consumers might be facing shortages again in essential products like toilet paper, the famous toilet paper runs and bottled water. Potentially do you expect that that will happen if In the next couple of weeks as stores start to tighten up in anticipation of a potential, not maybe not a full lockdown, but definitely more modified behavior is expected from Americans as we try to fight this covert pandemic. If we have any shortage, my guess it will be a very short term one. I think that retailers are preparing for that. They're solely will be much more prepared, and they have been in March when everything's just kind of crashed on us, And I think You know what creates sort is is a sense of urgency. I don't think consumers are experiencing or exhibiting the same certain sense of urgency they did in March. I think they're managing the situation much better. They have a better sense of control over the situation, So the sense of urgency is not That steep and they can certainly manage that, and I don't want to. You know the lockdown then you restriction are being administered differently across states. So you know, not in every every state. They're forcing you to stay home. So I don't think we'll see the same, you know, level of shortage or urgency from consumers For sure, I love Do you have one tip for people who might be shopping online this year, something that they should be careful of our avoid or do Yes. So consumer going to spend about $400 million on the Internet this holiday season? Just be careful. There are a lot of scammers out there looking to make a buck. Don't don't help them. Be careful with what you reporting with your credit card information with your personal information, but Have fun. This is a holiday to hold this season. Just have fun. Thanks for that reminder. Ayala Rubio is an associate professor for the Department of Marketing at the Broad College of Business at Michigan State University. Iowa. Thanks so.
"university iowa" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
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"university iowa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I wish off the. Jury. You can stop. Out The. Don't ask Rick Tidwell to bring it because it already done got brought. It gotten broaden. Today! We heard that sad to report that Johnny Majors has passed away at the age of eighty five. His wife Mary Lynn there married sixty one years made the announcement. Johnny Majors one of the best football coaches of all time. Call a hall of Famer. But he's rare class because he built elite programs at three separate universities Iowa, state cyclones the Pitt Panthers and his Alma Mater. Which I think. Tennessee volunteers. Cyclones nineteen sixty to seventy, two took him to the first bowl game in history. The Panthers. He was there when Tony Dorsett was there and they won the national championship, they went undefeated. But he was an all American halfback. Believe it or not, and finished second in Heisman voting, losing to the golden boy himself Paul Horning. At, South Bend so when he came back to the VOL's, he was there from seventy seven to ninety to. Sell and seventy seven I was twelve years old. So this is why I remember him. I remember Tony Dorsett at Pitt I. don't remember Johnny Majors, but Johnny. Majors won three SEC championship seven ballgames, and this is back when we had twelve bowl games a year, not sixty ballgames. Johnny majors drive is the main thoroughfare through the UT campus. But He went back to pit a little bit kind of as an old guy, but he finishes his career with one hundred and eighty five wins. twenty-ninth, most and these are all these are one hundred Twenty Five D. One big program wins no offense to Saint Mary's College, but these aren't just one hundred and twenty-five wins. So three schools that's that's very odd that three schools basically regard you as their greatest coach of all time. So that's still show you. Just how much Johnny Majors meant. To those programs all right we have another hour together and I'd love to hear from you if you'd like to participate. Because the rest of the way, I'm pretty sure I. Don't have any guests, so you can come in and be my guess. I'm ready to the Luciano's. You're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network. And HARTLAND NEWSFEED DOT COM. This dream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. Follow us on Facebook, twitter and INSTAGRAM's. Service newscasts for June third twenty twenty on Mike Clifford. In.
"university iowa" Discussed on Influencer Networking Secrets Podcast
"I've covered all of these bases in my writing. Do you have something thing like that Craig. Do you have a a list or maybe a few key routines that you always go to when you're communicating imprint yeah I see when communicating and you're talking about day to day or writing a book 'cause there's a quite a bit of difference there well. I think we could start with day to day because I think most for most people that's going to be there you on that much more often than they're going to be writing a book sure so when you say lists high make I make this sometimes mental sometimes written down of what I need to accomplish in a particular day in a particular particular week. There's a tremendous amount of tools available now. Microsoft has all kinds of tools to help you facilitate organizing is your new day. and I and I do that when I as I mentioned earlier when I'm gonNA write something often sometimes I will write a draft and then let it sit a general Stanley McChrystal who many of your audience members may have heard of He was a commander in Afghanistan. Dan got cross ways with President Obama at one point but he wrote a couple of books after he retired in one of the things he talked about. Was this what he called the thirty percent solution. I think it was called the thirty percent solution where when you write something down you're only thirty percent of the way there are you need to then get up and walk away from it and then come back later and and read it and and just like the philosophy of command I spent several weeks tweaking that over time to to make sure it was tight shot group as I possibly get and targeted on my audience it you know in a in a Qasem kind of way you can apply that kind of approach in your daily life in communicating in in writing things whether you're writing a book over time or you just sent an email out is what exactly do I need to convey in the most just concise way and how do I capture my audience in the first sentence or if I'm speaking in the first few thirty seconds if you don't capture your audience in the first thirty seconds or in the first sentence first paragraph you're probably GONNA lose them and they're not gonNA. They're gonNA wander off yeah even if they don't physically move their mind is going to wander off yeah yeah. It's I talk about. It's with Jason Gain who wrote the book mastermind dinners. I've listened to some of his podcasts and he has said essentially he will have a he doesn't like to have conversations over email but when he has to write he he makes a point of breaking up his message passage into bite size chunks for busy officials so you know he'll start off with. Hey I'm hosting this event. Would you like to come to it and that's all he says and then their response dictates whether or not he pursued that further next thing and it's just it's just an example of one thing yeah I've learned to do. I've learned to keep this list of things. I've learned to say you know I've learned to use the journalists who what where when why and how you know to to to to talk to people in print because otherwise as you said if you don't get them in that first few sentences you definitely not get a get him in the third or Fourth Paragraph Yup Yeah we get we get onslaught of advertising on social media and email and everything else and when I get these very very long solicitations if they didn't capture me in the first sentence for the first paragraph I just hit delete move on. I just stopped time yeah no and it and it really I mean I think even the most the people who have the most bandwidth in terms of time you know people who really don't have anything to do still don't read things that when they get to the end a bit they're like well. I wasn't interested in anything I just read so the next message I get that I'm GonNa read that whole thing too that they they tend to you. Tend to get on a on a on a mode of dealing with that so that unless that first sentence or two hooks you you know you just just like you said you just you just hit delete delete delete map one other thing I wanted to mention. I've got a little story here. That sort of is gonNA is GonNa testify somewhat to what you're saying here Craig. I'd just like to get your feedback on it more than anything else but I I once worked for in a job for a very demanding and impatient civilian employer and I've told the story in fact. I can't remember if I told the story in in my current booker in my previous one the story is that basically I was in a sales role there air and this employer had such an itch to hear that you know the appointments were being set and sales are being made that even on days when I was in the office by myself they would send me messages to find out how things were going. You know sort of micromanaging micromanaging. I guess is what a lot of people would refer to it as and a Lotta people would hear me tell that story and probably just get upset but I I was at that point. I'd been I'd already been five and a half years in the military I could deal with that kind of personality type and and basically what I did. It was the first several times this happened. I would just respond with you know okay or something like that I wouldn't I wouldn't provide any details tails and I and you know he'd the they would write. How're things go in there and I'd say now they're going fine and that's it and the the irony of this Craig was at I had already learned by going to communication school at at my at Pacific Lutheran University Iowa Idaho learns the rule know your your audience right and I knew this employer pretty well because I worked with him every day but it wasn't clicking for me so eventually they wrote an email to to complain about the fact that I just I would just send back a quick note saying okay and so then what I started doing was I kept a UH notepad by my desk and I would just make little tick marks for every phone call I made right and in what what enabled me to do as the next time they emailed? I could write back and say I've made phone calls. I've had thirty people not answer. I've had ten people answer and then hang up on me of had five people answer and say no and three people answered and said maybe and I got one appointment you know and and I can break down the numbers for him. In as soon as I sent that message I didn't get any more angry emails coming back. I would just get another message and said okay. Keep at it. You'll get something yeah and that was it you listening to that example but but what are you what what comes to mind when you hear a story like that. Here's what comes to mind to get back to the philosophy of command the other thing I did besides right dad has developed a presentation called Weldon Weldon. It happens to be appendix is be in my book. I have two appendixes the flossy command and welded on Weldon and what was the Weldon on weld and it was a presentation where I would early on when I joined a new organization. Tell them who I am. What I think is important and I even had a slide in there that addressed strengths and weaknesses this that I believe had been time tested over many many years and that other people had validated for me and I was comfortable enough in my own skin to tell people what my weaknesses are? What weaknesses is that? I'm an introvert and there's nothing wrong with being in an effort but if you're a leader sometimes an introvert you have have to be an extroverted personality because you're you're the leader so let me tell you a quick story. I worked for a general one time and and he was brand new he came in and nobody really knew much about him. The very first time we had a staff meeting it was at nine o'clock on a Tuesday I believe and he came in about eight fifty five and he sat at the head of the table and at the other end of the room there was a clock on the wall and he was kind of sitting there just watching the clock doing nothing else and when the clock at nine o'clock and I mean to the second because it had secondhand on the clock he turned to his aid and he said close the door and unlock it so that the aid close the door and he locked it. There were two staff officers who were not in the room so they showed up a little bit late eight and knocked on the door and he turned his aides said don't open it. He got his point across about one of the things that he was very very Peculiar courier about now was timeliness now. There's nothing wrong with being a fanatic about time on us but when you do it down to the second and you make your point in that way makes you wonder. Is that the best way to make your point. That's one of the reasons I developed the Weldon Weldon pitch so that I didn't come into into an organization and after two or three months people are still trying to figure out who I am. What I think is important? What's less important? What's inconsequential? what is not negotiable. I would tell everybody that upfront so I think it's important for a supervisor a leader a boss to tell his or her subordinates exactly who they are and how they think and what's important with the expectations are from from the outset and then and then you don't have this discovery learning over many weeks for many months yeah yeah yeah and it's funny like the we and we could go on further about this but the interesting thing about the exercise you talk about their Craig which as you were saying thing that I wrote down on on a sheet of paper here I need to do and Edwards on Edwards type of thing but the interesting thing about that that is even when you go to those lengths I feel as though there's GonNa be some people because I have certainly been one of them who are GonNa come back with more.
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In addition, our Benghazi work, we brought whistle blowers forward again about what really happened in Benghazi about the stand down through the Obama administration music from people who were in the theater of operation that night, again, will not see that in the bought off, Liam stream, fake media, and I work recently as it relates and have been for the past several years on the hammered, which is now starting to seep out in other alternative media sources. But the fact that the Obama administration with Brennan, his director CIA, and Clapper, his director of national intelligence wasn't charge of a and created a platform hired a guy by the name of Dennis Montgomery to create a platform called the hammer which legally surveilled millions of Americans phone calls, emails, internet activity financial transactions you and me fourth amendment rights. Violated. They could use that system also target individuals which they did Trump in the people around him, and anyone who was seen as a quote, subversive, actually, I got caught up in that because of my opposition to ObamaCare as did my next guest. I am. Sure if we went through the files of the hammer, we would find my next guest name and some of her phone calls and internet activity, because there were very few people early on in the in when ObamaCare was being introduced as far back as the first part of ObamaCare. We're half of it was hidden in the stimulus Bill. That's where the rationing boards and the enforcement boards were, there was myself and Jane Hughes and Chris held in the folks, that APS American sociation for physicians. That were focused on. What really ObamaCare was about? And from the very outset we determined that ObamaCare would not reduce costs would reduce availability and access to care. And we were roundly scene and demonized as being subversives in actuality. We were correct one hundred percent. Correct. A little background on Jane Hughes. She is a board certified opthamologist and optimal logic certain in a fellow of the American college of surgeons Jane graduated from the university, Iowa with a degree and received her medical degree from the university of Texas health science center in San Antonio. In addition to her, private practice, Jane is a clinical professor in the department of ophthalmology at the university of Texas health science center in San Antonio, Jane wears many hats. She is also the founder of American doctors. Number four truth dot org. American doctors number four, four truth dot org. Jane welcome back to operation for you. Well, thanks, Dave. It's a pleasure to be with you again. So Jane, you know, ten years ago, you and as I mentioned, several others had pointed out that ObamaCare was a problem that, that it was not going to be the nirvana, that Obama and Kathleen Sibelius and, and Joe Biden and many other people portended that it would be. Jane, how many people in the past ten years that? Derided you chastised you demeaned, you how many people have apologized to you that in fact you were in fact, correct about this. Well, I think if we wait for apologies we're going to be waiting a long time. I think actually it's enjoyable just realize that we were fighting the good fight, and that we were correct? And people are beginning to see it, and even the Democrats are seeing it, because let's face it. Why would you be promoting Medicare for all its ObamaCare was working? We wouldn't need it. Excellent point. And let's in before we get into Medicare for all because I believe someone with your knowledge base needs. We need to get your address address your criticism Medicare for all because, of course, here on the People's Republic of an antibody. It's perfect. But let's focus on some recent legislation, and that many people say, well, this is this is a no brainer. This is perfect we have to institute this. And this is this two houses in the house of Representative or putting a Bill forward actually several, I believe, to look at the surprise medical bills and, and to eliminate them your take. Well, first of all, my take is the federal government really should have nothing to do with quote surprise medical bills. When people understand what it is. I think they'll agree surprise medical bills are really a breakdown in the contractual agreement between the insurance company and the person that's ensured when that insured person seeks medical care outside of quote, the preferred provider network that the insurance company has established and part of the reason is nobody reads the fine print in their insurance contracts and. This is come to light because, of course, not reading the small print. If you have an emergency, you're subjected to the cash pricing of hospitals and various entities. And you and I have discussed on the program before that the cash pricing isn't really the true cost of the care delivered. It's that high in the sky price upon which hospitals and various editor, as give out there, supposed-, reduced fees these networks. So take looking at this surprise Bill. I believe one is called the Pallone Walden, Bill. It has kind of several different aspects to it. Okay. And this is how they're quoting pun intended, billing, it health insurance would be required to treat out of network emergency care as in-network for their enroll these cost sharing an out of pocket obligations. Well, right out of the chute let's take myself, I, I am an out of network provider for all insurance companies because insurance company started dangerous and my patients health, especially my glaucoma patients, I'm terms of drug denials, but that's an outrageous idea. First of all, it won't withstand legal muster. But you can't force somebody who doesn't have a contract with Aetna Blue Cross Blue shield to accept their idea of what your charge should be. And that's essentially, what that Bill suggests an early on. It was interesting when I saw some of the reports it sounded like President Trump might be in favor of that. But I've noticed that there's been a completely shift away from that recently in what's coming out of the high out of the White House, and some of the ideas that are coming out of the White House are actually, I think a step in the right direction. So what are they educator listening? Well, I think one of the first and foremost, things that I think is excellent is there. I in ways to force price transparency, all across the healthcare spectrum. That means the hospitals. That means the pharmacies that means physicians that means outpatient surgery centers etcetera. And I think this in and of itself, would go a long way to start degrading the power of these networks 'cause for listeners if you don't if you really don't.
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"Here's John Mitchell. How about those? But. Bucks. Go bucks. They take care of the Celtics wipe them out back to being town the bucks advanced to the NBA Eastern Conference final gosh such excitement in that game. I loved watching all everyone's faces last night. Like Janas had a couple of crazy faces danika Patrick had a couple of non smiley faces who went to her watching the Celtics faces. Sandy fallen apart in Kyrie's sitting out the last eight minutes, and then not taking any accountability for playing the worst four games of his life after a game. One win all that stuff about him. All that was fun to watch on the only thing. I miss about it being over as we don't get to watch kyri continue to shoot and shoot and shoot that was Chuck fest. Wasn't it? Yeah. That guy could fall off a camel in that find the sand. Right. I mean, hey, all right here, we go. So one of the things at the game last sense. You guys probably saw this was danika, Patrick and Aaron Rodgers are sitting in their fancy seats and a guy behind them appears to be passing them drinks danika trying to pay him. It ends up. That guy is Rick Barrett. High big time real estate developer here in Milwaukee. And barrett. Joined Steve Scott this morning to give us the scoop on exactly what happened. Had been giving for drinks that she had ordered before one before. So and she just gave it in the previous time. So I thought I would do the same on her behalf. So that's what was happening. So she had tipped previously. You are kind of taking care of at this time. Now, do you know danika, I know you've sat in those seats for awhile danika, do you know Aaron Rodgers I do you know, they've sat not in an earlier series game. And got the know them, you know, I I kinda drill can with Aaron a little bit. I. I asked him. I said, you know, I gotta ask this question. I said driving down from Green Bay tonight who draw and he just started laughing and kinda hit it off. Really, well, and and. I felt like we have a little tension with them 'cause we're just always making jokes with them. Hey, rick. It's Eric when did you realize that you were being discussed in mocked on Twitter? Well, that's a that's a great question. I did when my son from the university Iowa is studying for example this exam week down there. And he he touched me that dead you're trending Twitter. I don't really know what that is. Right. I I love the thought of danika Patrick driving down the United States. But it was cotton weaving in and out of cars get over. He never did. He he never said by neither one of them throws always in the right lane. Just waiting for cars to pass or there's no way to bid. That's. Well. If he met his driving, and you look over and it's Dan Patrick wearing a helmet. There's no way that he'd wanted them. Trove right now, I.
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"Oh. Is there? Is there because we got Joey NFL defensive rookie of the year. We've got Nick than ever to pick in the draft. They don't talk about the third brother the third brother in a boat somewhere. That could sack the quarterback. Yeah. I a I can't handle double team. I can hang tight end to tips me. So he swim. Oh. There. There are only two there are only two brothers. They are two years and three months apart. Right. When I saw during a Knicks press conference in Nashville that one of the reporters called him, Joey. And he literally looked kind of Pissy did you say Joey. And and they reported moved on you've been doing that for a couple of weeks. Yeah. You big on that. I think I'm going to do you know, when he comes on, you know, I'm going to do all the time. What did I do when I met the great black-eyed peas lead singer slash solo vocalist slash NBA all star legend Fergie when I was told year that story money on the show. Well, we had her up at kind of OBI editor Pebble Beach K. And I I was you know, we wanted to get her on and she wasn't gonna come in and sit down, and I had a friend Steve sands of the golf channel NBC who knows her really. Well, sandy. Hey, sandy. He's a great guy. Yeah. Big Redskins fan too. By the way. Dwayne Haskins four after she sang the national before. She had. Ooh. Yeah. They go says, no, backer, backer. I don't care. He told you. He said, listen, Murph. Stacey you'll be happy to come on. I go. What did you say said? Stacy is. That's what that's her name. You don't call it Furby. She Stacey he was friends with just two male just to mo- called Draymond green, yet, another another dark cloud that hung over this warrior season who's been Josh to Mel called out the gentleman chivalry of Draymond green laughing at her which we need to get into a music yesterday with Kerr. Oh, I got I need to get into that at some point. All right, there wasn't too happy. Actually, I thought he's gonna laugh. He wasn't. He apparently, not right. When they read on the show, there's some salt going down. We'll get into it. But so buddy, he said, yeah, stay she'll come on. Just I'll be happy to introduce you after Josh finishes his round. So he said, he's just call her Stacey show like that. So we introduced her, and I said, hi, and we roll the tape and I said, so I'm here with Sarah. Gosh. Sara, sara. Do you remember him saying that wasn't with them when this happened? Thank goodness. You. It was just me. Asmar my brace, Sarah, Ferguson, the duchess of your. Yeah. So when when Nick comes on, it's a lock I'm gonna she laughed. She was kind of laughed, but kind of Steve Kerr pissed Sarah. She's like can you turn the music down? She was like, hey, Josh. Can you turn the music down? Why don't you just call me Fergie? Do let's just make this easy anyway. So Nick Bosa was called Joey by reporter, Joey they kind of a look alike to write like, they're very good guy. You know, somebody wrote and said you said he lives for football, but he quit on his team after the core injury. That's because Bryce love quit on his team at a bowl game, etc. Etc. Had what's his Christian McCaffrey quit on his team in a bowl game? You know? Miles jack. Thing now becoming fashionable you pay these guys, but they start showing up for games, they go your schools making more money off of this bowl game. And this kid. He's already played three years is supposed to show up with an ADB injury and played for your schools. So that what I haven't announced this yet on the air. But this is probably a good time. I've decided copes going forward that a lot of times we have these big broadcast. We have our Pebble Beach are opening day. We go Jesuit. I'll probably going to skip those shows. Just to preserve myself. I I can't log those kind of miles back and forth from Tahoe sitting out. Murphy can handle that when I'm out of management manager. I'm out. All right. Listen, somebody wrote in and said, you can't just move on from white supremacy and racism, so I mean, it's something we should attack head on and talk about their right? I'm the reason why I'm sort of uncomfortable. This whole thing is because like your liking an account that somehow through the Domino's has offensive content. I'm not sure in modern society, how culpable you are for that what sort of guilt or blame should be assigned to you for liking a post. Okay. Let's face it. He is a Donald Trump supporter. He's allowed to be Donald Trump supporter, sixty two million people voted for Donald Trump. I didn't which breaking news, right? So I'm kidding. I've made that quite obvious through air. Breaking I did not vote for you know, who's member? When do you know who was at a Trump rally like jump? Up and down on stage with them and remember, we made no bones about George kennel, George, kindle and CJ Beathard. They he they introduced him. I think he did something a university Iowa and kill and Beth read their onstage or hi fi. We sit out there. Trump's supporters. We remember the cut we were playing out from it. Actually, Don, Trump came out and said I want to thank CJ Beathard for that. Great intro, Donald Trump sound from the cedar from the Iowa City rally guys. So these guys are allowed. So he likes Trump. So when you when you like somebody who likes Trump JR. Chances are that guy at some point might have posted offensive congress. Everyday murphy. Come on. Now, I know exact place every day. Accent. It's such a double standard from the NFL that that Joey Bosa gets drafted Joey see there it is again. Well, at least he's not in the room. But you can't help yourself Nick with an end. I just gotta remember Nick Nick in a box box thing, nickname, bucks Timberlake, sitting on top of the the basketball rim, or I got to think about because he doesn't video it's hilarious. I don't know why. But he's up there. Pointing at the box our bachelor party guy sitting on the rim. Should we call you Nick, or you know, Mr. Nick the blank, right? Nncholas.
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"But also through the internet this past week. We had folks in every state of the United in the union listening to our broadcast, which are fifty states. But if in your Obama's world, I believe he said, it was fifty six states in the United States and also ninety two countries folks from ninety two countries last year. Less last year last week listened to the show either live via the internet or through downloads from podcast, and we welcome. Every one of our freedom base listeners around our country and around the world. What are the issues that we focus on and have focused on since the inception of this show in October twenty ten is your healthcare freedom, and I can safely say, I believe we've provided you information to enhance your healthcare freedom like no other platform. In the country or frankly around the world. And one of the reasons is because of the guests that we bring forward to provide you information that the bought off lame stream fake media will never tell you remember this. But off lame stream fake media's the same media that has told you that the Mueller report was gonna lead to the impeachment of President Trump. This is the same bought off lame stream fake media platform, if you will that not only said that, but they they told you that Benghazi was all about a YouTube and needless to say with our groundbreaking interviews with the whistle blowers. That we presented this past week on our YouTube for our platform and now with our YouTube channel, thanks to the generosity of the subscribers to our platform. Dave, Janet dot com. That allowed me to release the interview to the general public that we now realize that that YouTube scenario that led to Benghazi and the massacre in Benghazi was a lie. This is the same syndicate that has also lying to you about the benefits of Medicare for all in about more government involvement in your healthcare delivery system. I can't think of a better person to have with us to really shine. A light on the truth of what really is occurring on. What needs to happen is Dr Jane Hughes? She is a board certified, ophthalmologist, and optimal. Logic surgeon. A fellow of the American college of surgeons chain graduated from the university Iowa with a BA degree and received her medical degree from the great university of Texas health science center in San Antonio in addition to her private practice. Jane is a clinical professor in the department of ophthalmology at the university of Texas health science center in San Antonio. Jane wears many, hats, she is also the founder of a great organization American doctors, number four, truth dot org. American doctors for number four not spell it out number four truth dot org. Jane, welcome back to operation freedom row..
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"I don't think you'll up with ten assists in this game. Because unfortunately, unfortunately, he doesn't have much help out there right now in the form of a Ginsu production from other players, but that's what happens when you run across a good team, especially in athletic team. Like, a Florida state the plays incredible defense, and those how to lock you up and stuff knows how to take away. The other players is gonna be it's gonna be a tough road for for a team. And that's what that's Murray saints finding out right now against those Seminoles, which this is also why you know, everything not just Zion Williamson, but RJ Barrett. Everything they've been able to do this year is so impressive the ACC is stack. Like look at Florida state like John I'm sorry. John Mara RJ bears play well against Florida state in in Zion. Like, there's some really good basketball being played in the ACC talking about. Zion. By the way, there's a nice matchup tomorrow. I think everybody's looking forward to Duke is on everybody's gonna watch that game for sure they're playing UCF. But the reason why I saw intriguing is they have a young man on their team name taco fall. And he is seven foot six inches to put it in perspective. Zionist 6'7 taco was seven feet six inches. Now. Taco has put it out there. Right. He didn't interview with NC double A dot com. And he said it's very hard to dunk on me. I won't allow it. I won't allow him to put me on one of those highlight tapes Zion is a great player. He someone we've never seen with that size is athleticism. And he's so quick it's gonna take team defense, and we're going to do our part. But it doesn't sound like taco is going to go out and let Zion put him on a poster Mike doesn't happen. Is there a poster of Zion tomorrow afternoon Dunkin on taco fall? Yes, there is a I think there'll be there'll be a poster of it. But I'm hoping I'm hoping that taco can at least blogs Zion. So he can say, Yep. I am being Tommy. But I did block one idea block one of his seven or eight blocks Dunkin's M's, I got I got a one time. The issue is with taco is that when you're tall and skinny and plays with so much force. That street is going to beat beat tacos height every single day. They can be one of those deals where I dot com. So hard. The taco falls back to the ground and get some that bad. Yeah. That would that would be ugly. Right. That'd be ugly for sure I wanna see the weights of of both players because I looking at taco right now to seventy two seventy six seven to seventy in Zion. Is they haven't listed to eighty four. Yeah. Tacos in trouble to eighty four were probably zero point five percent body fat actually things Diane is has a little baby Phat on them. Like, I look at his body. And I go when he gets to the to the NBA like he will really really be defined. He's in great shape. You know, calling them chubby or anything like that. I wanted to come across that way. But I feel like he still has some room to kind of mold his body. Some more scary. That's a scary thought then. Think about that. If if zion's got a quote, unquote, get rid of a little bit of that baby fat and get chiseled. Still goodness gracious. I'm tripping on two eighty four house. He able to move like that at two eighty four. I was thinking I swear I thought he was probably like two forty something. I think he was to eighty four that is that's a lot of waiting for him to be as agile as quick as the years. I mean that is definitely I'm looking at LeBron. The bronze six eight to fifty. So I mean zion's got thirty thirty five basic thirty five pounds on the on the LeBron James and the way he moves on the basketball court and how smoothie is on the basketball court. You know, that's gonna put my man on scale. Eighty five no way not to be. I mean. Well, I mean, it's Wikipedia. They're always right, right. They're never wrong way. In front of you. Yeah. Hey, you know, what hold on? I know somebody that. Is there the class of all sports media's ESPN? No, no, no, no, no, no. He's talking about Wikipedia. You crack a joke about Wikipedia, Google, Google me. Right. Quick. Put in Mike wells on Wikipedia. Okay. Now, they quick Mike wills are. Just trust me. I promise you just put don't put Mike wells ESPN. Just put Mike wells on Google. This is the prime example of what's wrong with Wikipedia. Okay. Well, it says Mike wills may refer to Mike wills businessman. Mike wells defensive lineman, Mike, Wales when you when you when you put in Mike wells and Kapiti page pops up it's by pitcher, my ESPN work pitcher, and Michael Alan Wells, the former NFL defensive lineman age forty eight played university Iowa. Hey, I'm not forty eight years old. Play football Iowa. I'm not three twenty five. Thank goodness. So that's what that's what leucopenia is all about. Yeah. They got my picture. And this Mike wells who played football is actually one. So many things I will never forget my kids came home from school. Daddy. How come you didn't tell us you played for the colts talking to me? Did it play. We Google like she's nine. She goes I Google do at school. And so my friends, and I didn't realize you played football and NFL sweetie that he wished he played football and in which he played in NFL. But that's not me. And so I googled, I'm like, that's my picture, right? There. When you talk about just weird pitches thing so years ago when the the Cavaliers were making their I believe it was there. It was the year. They won the championship. Right. And and the Cavaliers were coming back from from being down three one. I got a call from one the producers ESPN and said, hey, we want to interview you sportscenter. Absolutely. Little phone interview on sportscenter down is do this had never had that opportunity to do it before. So I'm pumped right? I'm super pumped. I walk into my bedroom to do the interview in my wife and my kids were sitting on the couch watching sports center, right? So I do the interview I walk out of the bedroom in the look on their face is like, no. And I'm like, what did I mess up my phone sound bad because I thought I killed it. I thought I did a great job you feel. That's right. I just ripped sportscenter. Right. I walk out. They had it paused. I don't know where they got this picture from. It was a pitcher. I took on Facebook where I was acting like really stupid kinda doing like the the eyebrow. Raise up and down kind of thing. I might have even been under the influence in his pitcher. And I was like oh God. No, don't tell me. A all your homeboys Texan, you time a Imbros wrong. What you've done. I got clown. They're like, oh my God. You got on sportscenter. And they use the terrible picture of you. Man that was the last time. No that was not the last time. I was on sports center. The next time we actually did kind of a simulcast, and it was again in the deep in the playoffs as myself and Aaron gold hammer, and we were doing a show in sports center. Kind wit live with us, and they were talking to us. We took a call. And let's just say they had is sportscenter had to drop less in use the dump button because we got pranked Lavaux sportscenter. Wow. Forgettable? Y'all got played. Oh, yes. We did. It was it was it was crazy. Absolutely crazy. So now, I've never been all sportscenter again since then I'm actually lucky to even be doing this. Again. Had that stuff going on a coming up next. Right. Ichi row has called it a career right this past week at the age of forty five which current athlete couldn't make it to forty five or better yet, which veteran athlete is playing right now that should've hung it up years ago. I have a guy that I can't wait to bring up in that situation. You're listening to Dickerson and Mogollon alongside Mike whales on ESPN radio and the ESPN app. This.
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"Talking about what's going on with the Justice smollet story. It looks like it actually is a race hate crime hoax. We'll see as it continues to play out. But it's not looking good for Jesse smelly which should happen to them. If it is a hoax like it looks like what's happened to them. Well, by the law. It's his first offense, you probably wouldn't get anything more than community control. You know probation. Based on everything you've seen in a how much effort time money was spent by the police how much it's impacted really our nation. That's it. That's all what happened to. Wow. And listen if we've got liberals out there saying that wearing a red make-america-great-again hat is the same thing as wearing a KKK hood. Is it any wonder that people wearing those hats are being attacked? I take you to Kentucky. Sam's Club customer. He and his wife were wearing make America. Great again hats. Well, a guy named James Phillips. Made an obscene gesture with his finger towards the couple because they were wearing their hats. And the guy with the hat on return. The gesture well that was too much for James Phillips. He walked up to the couple and pulled out a forty caliber handgun, and stuck it in the man's face backed up and said, it's a good day for you to die. The guy wearing the make-america-great-again hat said I told him then pull the trigger put the gun down fight me or pull the trigger whichever one you want and he backed up, and he said it again, he said it's a good day for you to die. But then the guy thankfully, didn't shoot him when outside sat in his car waiting for his mom to come out with the guy with a make-america-great-again hat went out to them and got into it with them, which is crazy to me the guy had a gun, but he went out to car and said and I confronted him. And he told me that I saw him. I said, I never touched you. The police were called because multiple witnesses called saying guy at pulled a gun on the couple. So there are witnesses backing up the story that this guy pulled a gun on him because he had to make America. Great again hat on. This guy had when the cops got there. Forty caliber Glock, one round chambered. And two additional magazines in another pocket. Wow. Who goes around with two magazines full in their pockets. Concealed carry permit from Tennessee. Whoa. That's highly unusual highly unusual for a concealed carry permit holder to go off like this. They should be pulling that concealed carry permit. Now. Concealed carry permit holders have lower crime rates than police officers. Do just a little bit of trivia for you. But you know, let's talk about these hate crimes the hate crimes and hate crime hoaxes great piece by Cosmas saying, maybe it's time to chill about the hate crimes. Said he he goes through all the reporting on this made it seemed like it was absolutely true. Some of the celebrities and ABC news reporting this jussie smollet performs a troubadour just days after Chicago attack. I had to be here tonight. A LA headline many commenters linked the alleged attack to larger lead sicknesses, the racist, homophobic, attack on jussie smollet is far. Right. America's end game. That's G Q tweet many others echoed that. But maybe just maybe the me you should tap the breaks on these. Remember, what happened with the Covington Catholic high school kids? Well, that was a whole month ago. So who can remember, but you look at it. And maybe it's time. Maybe just maybe it's time to get the facts. I and cosmic goes all the way back to Matthew Shepard. This thing that supposedly America's so homophobic. The people are getting killed for being gay all over the place. And there was a book written about the Matthew Shepard case that says that probably wasn't about him being gay. What of course, it was. There's a play about it. There's kids read about it. Well, the the book noted that he had a meth problem that one of his killers had had sex with him on numerous occasions. And then it looks like the real motive was that. They wanted to steal ten thousand dollars worth of crystal meth that he had. It doesn't make it. Okay. But it's a different story. Now, isn't it? This supposed surge in hate crimes in America. The FBI their numbers out for two thousand seventeen the first year. The Trump administration would supposedly this huge surge of hate crimes was happening. The incidence rate is point zero zero zero zero two percent. Wow. Wow. Now level cosmic says here at the end, he says, listen, it doesn't matter who the president might be progressives always think there's a hate crime crisis and always link it to whatever political narrative, they're currently bewailing when a bomb was in office. It was see elements in this country are so racist. The having a black man in charge is causing them to lose their minds and go out on the rampage. And now, of course, it's because of Trump, but here's the real key. How Bismullah must be to be progressive and rest your political purview on extremely dark assumptions about the nature of the American psyche. They believe America, systemically, racist, homophobic, Zena phobic, anti Muslim and on and on and on. That's what they really believe. That's what they think about you. That's what I think about our country. But then Smith points outlook. These progressives also believe the Miami will shortly disappear beneath the waves because of climate change. But when you ask them, why people are still putting their money up to buy a waterfront condo there with the thirty year mortgage. They simply get angry. When they tell you birth control will shortly be banned. But then on the flip side tell you the women are going to be forced into becoming baby factories, get angry, whatever weird anecdote that supports their larger doom narrative is eagerly and develop believed. And if it doesn't happen, then you have to make it happen. I did a little research. You got this one from November of two thousand eighteen and just in that month. They were telling you about the hate crime hoaxes, November two thousand eighteen was college heat crime hoax month. College fixed does it because they're just outlying outlining all of these fake hate crimes that are happening on college campuses. And you have to start asking yourself if they're such a hate crime epidemic at our universities and colleges all across America. Why would they have to keep making these fake ones? There was offensive graffiti around campus Groucho college in Maryland. Swastikas the N word the names of four black students. One of those black students became was actually the perpetrator. Another one. Drake university. Iowa said Friday that notes with racist. Messages sent to the dorm the students were all traced back to one student. A female. Who claim to be the recipient of one of the letters another hoax. Another November incident Kansas state student broddrick bursts, posted a photo on Twitter the purported to show a note on her apartment door warning passer bys, beware n words live here knocking at your own risk. And she said it's two thousand eighteen and this was posted apartment door. This is still happening here at Kansas state. So if it isn't as evident as already was everybody needs to get out and vote I refused to let this blatant racism. Stop me for moving onward and upward. Police later found out that she actually put the note of herself. These are isolated incidents. If you go we'll get this up on the Schnitt list reporter was telling you about earlier any will he has a listing up a big Twitter threat where he goes through fake hate crime after fake hate crime after fake hate crime. Just during the Trump ears. Right after Trump's election, the southern poverty legal center, recently, stoked panic, pro-gay Piscopo church in Indiana vandalized, with the words Trump and a swastika an anti gay slur turns out it was their own gay Oregon player who did it. He was charged with a misdemeanor days after the Pittsburgh massacre. Trump supporters were blamed for Nazi vandalism at a Brooklyn synagogue and fires the Jewish community. The perpetrator gay black, man. He'd worked with the city council on an initiative to fake to fight hate crimes. One week before the presidential election black church in Mississippi burned in an arson attack. Vote. Trump written on the building investigation revealed demand responsible a black church member. November twenty sixteen Muslim student university of Louisiana said to white racist Trump's supporters, brutally assaulted her ripped off her her job and robbed her story. Went viral. It was a lie. Media never identified by by her by name after the hoax was revealed. And he shook shows just fake hate crime f for fake hate crime pages of this. This is not an isolated incident. I I don't have time to read you all of them. And yet when it happens the story goes viral, and it feeds the narrative that this is a horrible awful evil, racist, sexist, islamophobic, homophobic, xenophobic society, all because the President Trump. And when it turns out that it's fake. He gets reported once in the back of the newspaper. And if you point this out, you are the problem because after all when these people get busted for fake hate crimes. You know, what their excuses? Well, people aren't paying enough attention to the hate crime. So we had to make these fake wants. I mean, it really happens. We just don't see enough. So we had to do this where he's trying to bring attention to a real problem. Why not just bring attention to the real problem? Then. Now, I'm not saying there's no such thing as racism in America. That'd be stupid. Of course, there is. But the racism in America today. Is miniscule compared to what it was. And it's not systemic. And the more we try to act like we're still stuck in Jim crow days, the more. We're perpetuating this victimology and victimhood is keeping people down. And not helping them live their best life not helping them reach their fullest potential. You gotta start wondering if maybe some people don't want everyone to recycle full potential because then maybe they won't vote for maybe they won't need them anymore. Maybe they won't need the government to do everything for them. What do you think eight hundred eight hundred eighty nine ninety nine get you onboard the program eight hundred eighty one eighty nine ninety nine and you are in how this how about one of the Americans who left America to go. Join isis. And now she says maybe that wasn't a great decision. Oh, man. You gotta hear this coming up in just a minute. My name's Greg napping for Schnitt on the show..
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"Did you eat that chicken sandwich? Nick, Nick is finishing it. So good, really fantastic. Tschetter dog over there too. Yeah. You did with that mustard glorious cheese inside the dog. That's the key. Got it put cheese in that dog. We you can also follow us on on Instagram at Gary and Shannon. Somebody says, hey, must be a joy working. He apparently thinks I keep for Sutherland must be a joy working across from. I can't think of a celebrity. She reminds me of Shannon. I don't think I could keep talking when I look into her eyes Lowell. That's what that person is there. You're gonna find your post pictures of things I wanted to make sure it wasn't a serial killer. Wasn't troll later this later next hour, actually going to talk with page Riley was the founder approximate, we're gonna talk more about the history of that this place as a matter of fact, and in the one o'clock hour the story about Jesse small at the actor from empire. Who is beaten up on his way home from a subway restaurant in the middle of the night question, Mark. And he has given his first statement to essence magazine. But there's something weird about that story. We're gonna talk with Ryan burrow, who's in Chicago more about that case Ryan, of course, it's been on the cold weather beat for the last few days, but it's warmed up to at least ten degrees today in Chicago. So he's going to change topics for us. We are in the jams investment company building also known as the John's dome makes sense, doesn't it? Well, look. From the outside. You can also see is was there. I heard a bell at ten o'clock. Do you think there's a bell up there? I don't know the history of this is fascinating. Everybody knows this. If you drive through the Westwood village. You know, where this is at that five point intersection at Westwood Kinross and Braxton hence the name Braxton brewing in public house right now this was built in nineteen twenty nine this building built in nineteen twenty nine and was the first building that existed here in the Westwood village. It was a Mediterranean themed neighborhood at the time. And this building was home of the headquarters the headquarters for the Johns investment company run by the chance brothers Edwin and herald John's they were developers of said Mediterranean village. One of those guys is the guy who married what's his name's, let's daughter, isn't it. Herald. Let's daughter the weirdest part about this. And I didn't realize this until today the second floor of this building was the original men's dorm for UCLA. Lot of bad decisions made up there. There's a lot of broken during bad ghosts up there. The this may seem food guy eating up there go, but that's a real person right event. Like a ghost. This this building Charlie's bed was was. Designed by the same company that designed Royce hall and Kirk off hall on the UCLA campus. That's why it looks so similar to that. Oh, yes. The high portico and arched windows. It's been thinking ever since I got here. Gosh, this place reminds me of Royce hall writes, well, those the, you know, the steps in the main part of campus at UCLA, they're in every movie everywhere all the time. They're the steps that rocky ran up the rocky. No, they're that's Philadelphia. Right. But the the steps here at UCLA they're called the Japan's steps because the people who started this company in this building. Yes. Also home to contemporary casual nineteen Ninety-two hold on a second. They the contemporary Casuals was what most people that's what my wife knew it as when I was telling her where we were going. What building it was? She said that's a contemporary casual store. Yes. It's not it used to be. And then it was you know, what it was after that a warehouse music store for people who are, you know, Nick's. A Nick explain, you know, what a warehouse music stores. He doesn't know. Well, he's kind of an old soul. It's not like ATar center music store. It's okay. All right. Nick knows what a music store was. And then there was another another restaurant tour that actually came through in one thousand nine hundred ninety eight and was gonna make this thing a euro Chow restaurant. Euro Chow restaurant, but actually painted over the white and zigzag on the rotunda. And he painted over in white and the Westwood rib. Design review board said that that will not stand. So they had to take off the white paint restore it to its old decoration. And then it went into a I think there was a Japanese restaurant in here or something for a while. But thankfully, our friends at Braxton brewery and public house have taken it over. And that's where we are today. I remember so badly wanting to be old enough to shop in contempt. Okasha walls. Think it was like the older sister were would would would shop there. My wife compared to compared to forever. Twenty one store. Yes. As. Mildly slutty. The hemlines are pretty high a lot of body suits and tube top type fashions. Tell me about that. Verdict. There are a couple programming notes that I want to keep you informed of. We just got word not too long ago that Kelly on the mo- Kelly show. Tomorrow night is expected to have Roger stone on he has been confirmed to be interviewed on the Kelly show starting at six o'clock tomorrow night. Now, the the catch in that is there is a potential for for Roger stone to have a gag order placed on him in court. Well, do they know that he's planning an appearance on the Kelly show it may play into the court testimony today, but I'm not quite certain. But that would be a big deal. If mo- is able to pull that off. And then MO also announced this week that on the next weekend. Danny Glover is going to be in studio with him Danny Glover senior he's going to be in studio with them. So that will be that would be a big deal as well. Full coming up next at the top of the noon hour, we always get you caught up on. All the stories. Everyone is talking about every where including twenty one people have died now in that in that polar vortex twenty one. That's an amazing number. Did you see that the story? The the one kid who died who was a pre med student. He wanted to. He went for a walk outside his dorm at at the university of Iowa, I think it was university Iowa Iowa State and then ended up about twenty steps away from his his dorm frozen. Solid. Well, you think you're thinking how could it possibly be? I'm only going to be outside for a minute. Well, you didn't read the all the news bulletins at said, it could take seconds to get frostbite slash hypothermia slash die. And he was almost doctor. Right. Think that would be the smarter way to take a swipe at his intelligence when is after he died. He's gone. Was he gonna do fight me? Wow. So the other story that and we'll talk more about this at twelve thirty as well. We get into swamp. Watch Elizabeth Warren has come out. And I think this is potentially a way to kind of scrub her record before she announces that she will run for president. She apologized to the Cherokee nation for her decision to take a DNA test approve her native American ancestry. The fact that she had to apologize to the Cherokee nation on the eve of her announcing her twenty twenty run is a problem for her. Well, the thing is Furthermore, Kamala, Harris has sucked all the air out of that room. I mean, I I don't know who's going to be stepping forward. I I don't know who's in it for Elizabeth Warren at this point. Now, the Cherokee nation, apparently she should have never taken that test. When we come back. We'll do those trending stories. We're live today. 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