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"uss essex" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

08:31 min | 11 months ago

"uss essex" Discussed on No Agenda

"Malloch brown who was in charge of the software that was in these systems. He has been promoted to the role of president with george soros as open society foundation. Thought that was a nice bold move. Go ahead just slapped in our face. There's nothing to see here. So this is coming down to the final straws. I really believe the president is out there with his team spreading the word that this is china and the china has taken control of our country. Has he's going to be showing and as we're seeing taking control of the pharmaceutical taking control of technology he's he's threatening a veto on the national defense authorization act which you know we've been reading these since the inception of the show. It's what funds the military. It's it's what funds the military industrial complex. And what he has demanded is under the auspices of it is a national security threat to have the social media companies Shielded by section two thirty the of the communications decency act so that they can just willy nilly delete stuff such as the c. span video of doctors talking in a senate hearing and he's going to veto that i don't know we'll see how powerful that way you know. Who's who the may one of the main structures. Behind this getting rid of this this tulsa tulsa gabbard tulsi gabbard guibert. She's she's been tweeting. She's all in with the president on this. I don't want section to thirty to be terminated. Because we have we survive under this as well even know agendas social is important to have to be indemnified from being sued about someone saying nutty on that But i would like it to be suspended or something for these guys because they've just taken it to a whole 'nother level as to what they feel they can take off and the president sees that as a threat to national security and that is now the That's not. The question was modified because for example agenda social. Nobody does anything. So there's not moderators trying to take off post. I mean people just banned their own posts. They don't want to be exact but the media. Facebook actually has people that will take down posts. They're politically incorrect. This goes against talk. Yeah it's called publishing editing and it's wrong if you say this what you're talking about right now about this election. If it was just some sort of a twitter post it would be taken off and you'd probably get banned. Oh yeah oh absolutely in a heartbeat. and so that's a part of it. And i was i was everyone's throwing all the chinese crap out right now. Because it's it's on vogue and we're and whether president trump's strategy works or not people are going to be aware to china. And i loved it's hits hitting podcasting lipson. You know lipson right. Lipson the pod being different. It's pod being a light here so lipson and there's there's a lot of companies that are looking to be bought mainly by spotify and and lipson has now had to ask the court to cancel stock held by chinese shareholders. They own twenty five percent of lips in jail. They can't get any paperwork on them so they've completely crippled lips and as a podcasting outfit. They can't acquire anything or be acquired with this with this Problem they have. Which i think is just now. I think it said so. Perfect to see how the chinese are in on everything and To finish this up the only thing. I have month yes now. This is the conspiracy part. I think all of this is what i've just said is not spin as just fact and and this lawsuit of the multiple states would be very interesting. I don't see how the supreme court can refuse to hear it I'm not sure. And i'll give surgeon of Of the duke of texas the benefit. Here i'm not sure amy coney barrett is going to be as helpful as the president thing. She's she's not really signing a lot of things in a dissenting on other things. She's very quiet so we'll see if If what's his face roberts is not on board if the remaining five really is five or maybe it's four we'll see but the general thinking is There will be a second term of president trump. we'll see That is definitely not what the media thinks. That's not what my partner. Johnny divorce act. Thanks But i am an optimist in this case. I'm an optimist for the country. Because i would like china to go down with this. Whether we get biden are not the result will be the same we've got. We've got to stop china. And here's the conspiracy theory part devil storm devil storm. Yes the eighty second airborne scrambled yesterday. It's time for one of those drills. This drill is taking place all across america. It's just a drill to we have nothing to worry about. And then navy is in on it as well. According to the us naval institute the navy has deployed three aircraft carriers plus a landing helicopter dock l. hd off the us west coast and two aircraft carriers and their strike groups plus another l. hd off the us east coast off the west. Coast is the uss. Carl vinson in the pacific not at port along the oregon washington border. Then you have the uss essex on the right off the east coast of san francisco. Let's go through these. The uss theodore roosevelt and it strike group off the coast of los angeles off. The east coast are the us. Dwight d eisenhower off the coast of connecticut. Go step the uss. Gerald r ford off the coast of new jersey. The uss iwo jima off the coast of south carolina. And so. here's a map showing the positioning of the ships Around the world just a screenshot there from. Us news is so. Let me explain how this is being played and conspiracy circles. The thinking is twofold one. This is going to be necessary to arrest. All of the people all probably chinese operatives around the country possible the second one is when trump is declared president for the second term. And there's a revolt when the end this goes back to one of your original clips. Which i thought was funny The democrats will call in the united nations and the blue helmets and so now we have all the ships positioned around the country to protect from the international force coming into Take over From donald trump. And all of this will happen under something very special because they need to flip on the carpet for this well. Hey guys and a geomagnetic has actually been. This is a this is a local station. Local weather guy in michigan. But hey guys and a j guy storm watch has actually been issued. And here's why let's explain what's going on this sunspot right here and they rotate around the sun when it was directed toward earth erupted a massive solar flare. And when that happens. That accelerates the normal stream of charged particles that comes from the sun to the earth so when that happens those particles which normally generate a continuous aurora near the north pole. That forces that ring we call it the aurora ring farther south. So what we're thinking. It's going to get close enough. We have a shot at seeing those northern lights. So we're talking about later. Wednesday night or thursday evening. And here's the key if this acceleration happens to hit during the daytime tomorrow. Well we don't get a chance to sit because it's daylight but if that happens later tonight meeting wednesday night or early thursday evening maybe we have a shot. So that's when you wanna get you ever been able to see northern lights in michigan.

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"uss essex" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"uss essex" Discussed on KGO 810

"If you just have to be tuning in. I am Greg O'Donnell. You're listening to the great O'Donnell Financial Hour. Every every Saturday between noon and two. You hear me on the airwaves and have for the past. 15 years. 866496 23 100 O'Donnell O'Donnell financial group dot com is website O'Donnell financial group dot com. Question. Have you enrolled in Medicare? It's very important. The basic question always is. What is Medicare? Medicare is a government sponsored health plan for people 65 over There's three parts to Medicare part a part B in part D, plus 1/4. Part C, also known as Medicare advantage, or met a gap. It's extremely complicated. I'm not looking forward to it. When I get to that. That age, I recommend you talk to your retirement planner again were retirement planners at O'Donnell Financial Group. When should you were enroll? Will you must enroll three months prior to turn 65 or pay a lifetime penalty. You say that again. You must enroll three months prior to turning 65, or you will pay a penalty. Over your entire lifetime. Even if you're not part of it, And even if you are part of an employer plan, or you did not plan on Payne Air using Medicare, you still have to enroll. And there's another part of it. Is quote unquote open enrollment. It's once a year. The only time that you could make changes to your coverage is is basically starts in five days. Enrollment starts between October 15th and runs through December. 7th to again enrollment runs October 15th through December 7th. I need to review your plan. Heartbeat covers, doctor visits and outpatient services. You got to make sure your doctor's part of that party comes automatically for hospitalization. Dia's for prescription drugs, the drugs. If your prescriptions have change, you'll need to review your part D. If your company stopped paying for prescriptions, you need to review Part D and met a gap part. See? Those are private companies. It's complicated. It's no fun. It's It's no fun. So again. We'd like some information likes and guidance. You know, I have the boomer guide. Too so security and we have one section on Medicaid Medicare in it. So if you'd like some information that more than happy to share that with you a duel, do you need you to go to the website? Give us your contact information. We do need to mail it cannot overnight. It cannot email it because it's something that I've purchased As part of our research. We have a service that we research questions complicated, complicated questions. We pay a service for guidance. When it comes to certain things, That's all they do so again. If you're interested, needs some help. 866496 23 100 is a number any and I want to remind you that we're keeping Fleet Week alive via Fleet Week. The virtual experience visit. Fleet week sf dot org or find them on Facebook. Look for the fallen or look for the honor. Our fallen soldiers concert led by Tim McGraw, or take a virtual tour on the USS Essex live from San Diego or on Sunday,.

"uss essex" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"uss essex" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"If you just have to be tuning in. I am Greg O'Donnell. You're listening to the great O'Donnell financial Hour every every Saturday between noon and two. You hear me on the airways and have for the past. 15 years. 866496 23 100 O'Donnell O'Donnell financial group dot com is website O'Donnell financial group dot com. Question. Have you enrolled in Medicare? It's very important. The basic question always is. What is Medicare? Medicare is a government sponsored health plan for people 65 over There's three parts to Medicare part a part B in part D, plus 1/4. Part C, also known as Medicare advantage, or met a gap. It's extremely complicated. I'm not looking forward to it. When I get to that. That age, I recommend you talk to your retirement planner again were retirement planners at O'Donnell Financial Group. When should you were in role Will you must enroll three months prior to turn 65 or pay a lifetime penalty. You say that again. You must enroll three months prior to turning 65, or you will pay a penalty. Over your entire lifetime. Even if you're not part of it, and even if you are part of an employer plan Or you did not plan on Payne Air using Medicare. You still have to enroll and there's another part of it. Is quote unquote open enrollment. It's once a year. The only time that you could make changes to your coverage is is basically starts in five days. Enrollment starts between October 15th and runs through December. 7th to again enrollment runs October 15th through December 7th. I need to review your plan. Part B covers, doctor visits and outpatient services. You got to make sure your doctor's part of that party comes automatically for hospitalization. Dia's for prescription drugs, D drugs. If your prescriptions have change, you'll need to review your part D. If your company stopped paying for prescriptions, you need to review Part D and met a gap part. See? Those are private companies. It's complicated. It's no fun. It's It's no fun. So again. He'd like some information likes and guidance. You know, I have the boomer guide. Too so security and we have one section on Medicaid Medicare in it. So if you'd like some information that more than happy to share that with you, I duel do need you to go to the website. Give us your contact information. We do need to mail it cannot overnight. It cannot email it because it's something that I've purchased As part of our research. We have a service that we research questions complicated, complicated questions. We pay a service for guidance. When it comes to certain things, That's all they do so again. If you're interested, needs some help. 866496 23 100 is a number and I want to remind you that we're keeping Fleet Week alive via Fleet Week. The virtual experience visit. Fleet week sf dot org or find them on Facebook. Look for the fallen or look for the honor. Our fallen soldiers concert led by Tim McGraw, or take a virtual tour on the USS Essex live from San Diego. Or on Sunday,.

"uss essex" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"uss essex" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"You. I can give practical riel advice on home ownership on rental properties, developing properties, building properties life insurance products. The stock market. Your workplace retirement plan. AM teeter state tax issues, college funding. What about the addressing the reality of old age? There are questions about any of those that please give me a call at 866496. 866496 23 100 or visit me online at O'Donnell financial group dot com. O'Donnell financial group dot com. Remember, you could always ask question during the show. 866496 23 100 is the number for I get into The joys of being a landlord or otherwise don't as toilet toilets, trash and tenets. I did want to remind you that we're trying to keep Fleet Week alive just is generally the weekend Fleet week. But we're trying to keep Fleet Week alive With Fleet Week. The virtual experience you could visit Fleet Week s f dot org Fleet Week as f dot org or find them on find it on Facebook. For the honor. Our fallen soldiers concert led off by Tim McGraw could also take a virtual tour of the USS Essex, which you'II live from San Diego Sunday. They're having an interfaith service live for Saint Ignatius again. You go online for more information. And that address is fleet week. Sf dot org. Fleet Week s f dot org You always always a great, always great event. Initially, I usedto be vory irritated because I had my show would get bumped. And then as it moved on, he really understood what it was all about. Um And certainly it was an honor to help out as much as I could. So again. If you're interested in trying to help keep Fleet Week Ah, Fleet Week. Alive. Visit.

"uss essex" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"uss essex" Discussed on KGO 810

"Listened to him and for industry conferences, I do think you're going to learn something from it. So if you're just tuning in your familiar, not familiar with my firm, my firm, the O'Donnell financial group, is a registered investment adviser, just also known as an R I. A. We'll talk about that this hour as well All start about what a fiduciary Is it does and why you want one in your corner. We'll spend time talking about the challenges of folks encounter. When they get it wrong again. He's going to jump any part of the show. 866496 23 100. You could also joined the show by going the website and sending me And email. You can schedule a complimentary 20 minute conversation with us wanted schedule something mid week. We do have that ability. Schedule the technology. Um and I'm being asked To just share with all of you because there's been a lot of questions about Fleet Week that weekend is generally the fleet week that happens, but they're going to go virtual this year October 9th 10th and 11th. Fleet Week s f dot org Feli. We S F o R G. They also have a Facebook page. Um lend Mayerling debris will do a press conference on Monday to discuss the importance of Fleet Week. Ah, and the humanitarian assistance on Friday at 4 P.m. will be a stem education. When she's open to the public Zoom conference. H branch will share a video and talked for stem education. USS Essex. Ah, you do alive in there, Um Tug. McGraw is going to spend a few comments in play a song that he wrote for his father. So again, they're trying to keep this alive rink or band as well. 866496 23 100. If you want to give me a call, If I could get more information out to you, I will certainly do my best to do something so again. Flea week s f dot org, the ninth 10th and 11th next weekend. Is when everything is going to be happening. 866496 23 100 So interesting week who'd certainly very interesting week U. S economy added 661,000 jobs last month. Unemployment dipped to 7.9% from 8.4 in August. You know what it kind of means to all of us the rate of recovery, the labor market is slowing down. This is the first job's report since April that showed debt hiring below a million new jobs. It's not necessarily a surprise economist No, The unemployment rate is a lot like your gym routine, easily knocked off track and sluggish to return to full strength. You know, take the stats. For example, more than half the jobs lost in March through April have now been recovered, which means they're about 10.7 million fewer people with jobs. Then before the pandemic at our current rate of employment or new employment or reemployment would take 16 months recoup all those jobs. But is it just shared? The hiring pace is slowing down big picture jobs mark capped off a week in which big corporate names announced drastic reductions to their workforces. Disney cut 28,000 workers at its slumping resorts United in American Airlines began to furlough 32,000 employees after the seamless discussion stalled. Um, another blue chip company include other blue chip companies, including all state in Goldman Sachs also announced layoffs..

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"uss essex" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:22 min | 1 year ago

"uss essex" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Listened to him and for industry conferences, I do think you're gonna learn something from it. So if you're just tuning in your familiar, not familiar with my firm, my firm, the O'Donnell financial group is a registered investment adviser is also known as an R I. A. We'll talk about that this hour as well. All start about what a fiduciary is in Guys and why you want one? In your corner. We'll spend time talking about the challenges of folks encounter. When they get it wrong again. He's going to jump any part of the show. 866496 23 100. You can also join the show by going the website and sending me an email. You can schedule a complimentary 20 minute conversation with us wanted schedule something mid week. We do have that ability. Schedule the technology. Um and I'm being asked To just share with all of you because there's been a lot of questions about Fleet Week. Next weekend is generally the fleet week that happens, but they're going to go virtual this year. October 9th 10th and 11th Fleet Week s f dot org Feli. We S F o R G. They also have a Facebook page. Um And Mayor Lynn Debris will do a press conference on Monday to discuss the importance of Fleet Week. Ah, and the humanitarian assistance on Friday at 4 P.m. will be a stem education when she's open to the public zoom conference. Each branch will share a video and talk for a stem education. USS Essex. Ah, you do alive in there, Um Tug. McGraw is going to spend a few comments in play a song that he wrote for his father. So again, they're trying to keep this alive rink or bad as well. 866496 23 100. If you want to give me a call. If I get more information out to you, I will certainly do my best to do something so again. Fleet Week s s dot org the ninth 10th and 11th next weekend. Is when everything is going to be happening. 866496 23 100 So interesting week who'd certainly very interesting week U. S economy added 661,000 jobs Last month, unemployment dipped to 7.9% from 8.4 in August. You know what it kind of means to all of us the rate of recovery, the labor market is slowing down. This is the first job's report since April that showed debt higher. Below a million new jobs. It's not necessarily a surprise economist No, The unemployment rate is a lot like your gym routine, easily knocked off track and sluggish to return to full strength. You know, take the stats. For example, more than half the jobs lost in March through April have now been recovered, which means they're about 10.7 million fewer people with jobs. Then before the pandemic at our current rate of employment or new employment or reemployment would take 16 months recoup all those jobs. But they just shared the hiring pace is slowing down. Big picture jobs mark capped off a week in which big corporate names announced drastic reductions to their workforces. Disney cut 20,000 workers at its slumping resorts United in American Airlines began to furlough 32,000 employees after the seamless discussion stalled. Um, another blue chip company include other blue chip companies, including all state in Goldman Sachs also announced layoffs. Um, because many respects is still showing that this, you know, showing that Corona viruses still crimping growth nearly seven months after the initial shut down most of the emergency aid for March that has been given out has been spent by now. That's why the stimulus the next stimulus package is oh, so important, you soft Think about it. You know if we if if if they're able to come up with.

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"uss essex" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

08:54 min | 1 year ago

"uss essex" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Read its the it's from the perspective of a medieval weapon developer as he's trying to perfect a new breakthrough weapon to stop barbarians from rating is village very very funny story by the the the comic author Ron Carlson a little later on I also coming up on this date in American military history sort of in general the the namesake of a famous U. S. Air Force base died at one hundred years ago today and all tell you about that guy I'm well AT U. S. marine corps F. thirty five B. the vertical take off and landing variant of the F. thirty five crashed the first non operational crash or crash in general accident and general operational meeting either you know with the the fleet marine force us serving in the squadron or serving in combat in this case a training squadron VMFA T. five a one at the Beaufort South Carolina suffered the loss of a F. thirty five B. the marine pilot ejected and was in stable condition is fine fairly this coincides also with a couple of big milestones with the F. thirty five in general one of them is marine corps F. thirty five from the USS Essex which is a L. H. D. A. R. I. helicopter you know landing ship but I can also embark sixty eight F. thirty five they were the first F. thirty five to go into combat for the United States the Israelis supposedly they're not confirming this but the Israelis supposedly used F. thirty fives and Syria about two or three months ago this year the Israelis have had them in service now a little about a year and a half a year and a half ago or for about a year and a half they are F. thirty five aids which is the the U. S. Air Force variant of the F. thirty five the marines in the Indian Ocean flying into Afghanistan or of course flying the again the F. thirty five B. the vertical take off the Pentagon is not telling us what the target was we can assume it was one of two things it was either a Taliban target or it was a ISIS in Afghanistan was called ISIS K. ISIS Khorasan target one one of the two but and then there's no they're not telling us any results are anything the video they released shows the F. thirty five apparently launching in route to the target and then later on recovering what is notable is that they are carrying all their apparent weapons in the internal bays of the F. thirty five of the F. thirty five like the F. twenty two raptor at which actually had his first flight today in nineteen ninety the the F. twenty two and the F. thirty five keep all their weapons in under cover basically in these internal bays because there's not much of a stealth fighter if your transporting air to air missiles that can reflect radar we don't have stealth missiles the the missiles can be seen on radar they look like a gigantic plane because they have flat services no whole thing so the F. twenty two and F. thirty five keep their weapons whether it's air to air air to ground in internal bays and if they have to that if the F. thirty five has two of the F. twenty two has to if if it's if they don't care about being observed at the enemy doesn't have radar then who cares right like the Taliban or ISIS thing carry weapons outside but in this case last week the marines were using the F. thirty five the way that it was advertised by Lockheed Martin and its M. what a coincidence because this week Lockheed Martin announced a a Levin billion dollars sale that includes nine hundred and forty one F. thirty fives of the different models ninety one of them are going to the U. S. and they are F. thirty five aids for the Air Force F. thirty five sees for the navy and then a few more of the the vertical takeoff bees for the marine corps the the rest are allied military which which means British F. thirty five and then the others are called FM which is foreign military sales which is probably the the the of the F. thirty five is that we are selling the the next part of the delivery to Israel and then probably the ones that Turkey is getting as well it what is significant about this is that the of the three models this new deal this noon sale which was on the books for a while this means that the per unit cost of the F. thirty five is now below a hundred million for the first time that as the F. thirty five eighty is now eighty nine million her her tail number as as a se per per aircraft so that's significant also off the U. S. right now the British are back in the aircraft carrier game and in front for them and for us for the for that matter in a big way the HMS Queen Elizabeth had her sea trials earlier this year in the Atlantic she crossed the Atlantic and about four weeks ago and arrived on station of South Carolina the entire point of the exercise is that V. a Royal Navy and Royal Air Force the Royal Air Force of already accepted delivery of the first I had I think four of the eighty or so F. thirty fives are gonna get the Royal Navy is gonna be accepting the first of the F. thirty five bees said they're getting and they already have a couple firsts for for the Royal Navy one of them is an F. thirty five landing on the Queen Elizabeth and then turning around taking off again the the Queen Elizabeth is like prior British aircraft carriers through the eighties and nineties and that it doesn't have catapults like we do and the French new friends since the British are completely vertical take off but nevertheless they're very excited for an F. thirty five to recover on the Queen Elizabeth and then turn around take off because Britain has not had a are a carrier aviation the power delivered from offshore capability for about five years event a five year gap well they had no way to project power through carrier aviation so now they will be having that again there are very very excited and they should be because in the Kerrier tradition the British are the ones who who innovated quite a bit of carrier aviation we perfected it no one does it better than us but it in many many ways all the innovations a lot of innovations came from British aircraft carrier and expertise of the brazier justifiably very proud obviously the ministry of defense is falling on far harder times right now and there the royal army is very small real maybe it's very small but they do know that this is a very important asset so the very so we make sure you congratulate him and they're they're still by the way still Huger ari of contention out at Edwards airforce base it's not uncommon as you're walking through the cosco in in Palmdale it's very very common to see R. A. F. a ground crew and officers walk around with their families wearing British British kit don't you know I anyway so congratulations to the bread and the bread snatcher update on the F. thirty five when we come back I'm a I one hundred years ago today an American hero who look who gave his name to a U. S. Air Force base died I'll tell you the story of Frank Luke when we come back on the the dark secret place branches in here till eleven KFI am six forty more stimulating talk Michael should pay with a news telling the M. six four M. confirmed another six hundred ninety one cases of the covered nineteen virus thirty eight more people have died from corona virus the disease has now killed one thousand two hundred nine people in the county and there are nearly twenty five thousand confirmed cases Orange County health officials announced ninety nine more cases of the virus into more doubts ring of galleys totals to more than twenty six hundred cases and fifty two virus related.

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"uss essex" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"uss essex" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"What kind of ship was destroyed the Nellie just yet no it was the knowledge the it was is called the USS Essex if I Google ghost town U. S. S. as Exeter probably show up right not really sure if it would or not I'm not sure how many other people told the story I bet I bet well those are great stories and so you are you going to be a hundred percent believer in ghosts right yes I think is used you saw you saw them more than once he's right yes as it was on the ship for four years so this happened before I got on and then so obviously being on there for four years on the other quite an interaction I guess what I would like you never think like I'm going to take a picture or or not I just didn't want to mess with it they didn't want to mess now all right thank you and Robert you will do in general I don't know the future or not no not really okay thank you three five not really appreciate that that's great great story thank you I'll talk to you soon okay bye bye all right ramen Anton is next and ram is the only person on hold he'll come after the break these will go stories are very very convincing I do not this believe in ghosts six one seven two five four ten thirty with a ghost story or anything related to the ghosts ghosts and Halloween and you want to know the future lot of people do on another future because when we have the T. astrologer on it's it's tremendously busy but so far three people say no interesting interesting by the way a lot of towns are sometimes anyway I've heard from rob Brooks changing their Halloween trick or treat day let me know it be a service if if you know of a change that you told us because other people in your town probably want it now WBZ Boston's news radio so you can talk.

"uss essex" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"uss essex" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Weird did you has house either of these I did yeah which one did you see so I saw a postal clerk guy and I also saw the weather balloon gentleman and he was in the the weather balloon guy he was all in the weather balloon get ready to launch one of the balloons so evening whether you know for the weather for the atmosphere and all that and I saw both of them when I was out all watches the door would open up and he would come out in the you know the whites were gone everything with the red light so you couldn't see night but they would launch a balloon to in the atmosphere so the post office got what was that when you said the post office because what was he doing he was collecting the mail from a hatch that was off the side of the ship and he was handing the mail out to the dates and clerks of the divisions how long did use how long was the experience how long did it last it was probably like two to three minutes I would say we freaking out yes the first time I sold yes I did actually I was like oh man and I had to go and tell somebody in my friends were like yeah you're right that's what do you that's what they do the same with the weather balloon to coast as well that's interesting what kind of ship was destroyed the Nellie just yet no it was the knowledge the it was is called the USS Essex if I.

"uss essex" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"uss essex" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Six optimal tax relief dot com on the next day and Tampa Bay could Hillary Clinton dived into the presidential race what would it mean for the Democratic Party we'll discuss it all starts at five AM the shining dark holomorphic sea creatures they're dominating the news that we might not know that because we're all caught up in politics but there have been plenty of these sightings many of them and log mass in Scotland course commander Freberg the man who is well known for the UFO sightings of the tech tech save ten years before that he saw some dark entity swallower torpedo many people the military I've seen a lot of these creatures kept Baker with this tonight on ground zero talk about loch ness and he's in Scotland and I would go to the phones right now it's going to Mike in Arkansas hi Mike you're with Ken Baker here on ground zero go ahead hello Mister Lewis out on your screen here a better look the navy got out not too long ago but when I was in on the USS Essex and we would have to to respond to the earthquake in Japan with the provision of dodgy reactor they're not in route to their mark vision in Malaysia we moved to assist Japan but in route we saw a all like to see a giant squid but it was more of a colossal squid release a dead one it was floating off the bow and we got was overturned duffel so we scrambled the MH sixty helicopters out there the search and rescue helicopters go take a look at it and turns out it was a giant squid it was to be bigger than at least sixty three and I don't know why it died or how it died but it was just quoting there of you know the square blood counts like overturned boat so the guys took pictures of it brought it back to the ship and up aspirin on the ship bombing the look out I saw it and the pilot thought but due to the situation you know note down and the relief efforts no one really thought about it thought about it a lot we don't really talk about it with Carl man that's crazy but Hey we gotta get stranded out all this work to do relief efforts and we were all because for about a month to month assisting the Japanese government and the civilians there but it was one of the weirdest things and there were some additional pictures they took pictures of it but after a while when things calm down we thought about the incident again are we with our servers on the ship and nobody we can kind of pictures but if I'm not a conspiracy guarantee like that but it was really odd and I'm not the only one if there's anybody on the ethics during that time frame of two thousand eleven well March two thousand eleven able to have what they remember this the school it was the biggest biggest square I've ever seen in my life and what people might not know is when your ownership of most ships travel certain shipping line much like how ways across the country and that's where the majority shipping traffic yes but that leaves a whole lot of the ocean that's not true first so it's real easy want to get off the beaten path that you can the thing that you know are sometimes unexplainable terrifying to think that it was a sixty it was sixty feet long you say yes the I'm not a biologist but it's kind of a I guess the head part of squid the triangular shape of the head to head of the square it had to be at least sixty three that was comparable in size to the to the helicopter on the battle looking at it our guys were freaked out there about the no lower guy you know because they thought was overturned boat and then a yes what you call a chemical or something kind of draped over the the court the creature and they kind of pull back up and took pictures and man we were we were staying until the coast you plan we were there right up the model like if you were killed no Sir it didn't look like from the pictures up in that it was attacked in my than natural causes or yeah I we don't know Sir but it was it was the creepiest thing I've ever seen it was it was massive I mean I I'm not Google yeah giant squid yeah they're pretty big but not like this this was and this was the Essex another helicopter pilot the spotted it correct what a poor lookout spotted bobbing in the water okay and so when we have something like that we feel laughter something that could be an overturned ship are overturned fishing boat they always kind of been the helicopter to go look because they have to keep rather large the second largest ship in the fleet the bill to the helicopter out to go take a closer look and render assistance if needed and.

"uss essex" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"uss essex" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A little more shiny Jeanne d'arc polymorphic sea creatures they're dominating the news we might not knew that because we're all caught up in politics but there have been plenty of these sightings many of them and log mass in Scotland course commander Freberg the man who is well known for the UFO sightings of the tech tech say the ten years before that he saw some dark entity swallower torpedo many people the military I've seen a lot of these creatures scat Baker with this tonight on ground zero talk about loch ness and he's in Scotland and I would go to the phones right now it's got a Mike in Arkansas hi Mike you're with Ken Baker here on ground zero go ahead hello Mister Lewis post on your screen here I'm a veteran of the navy got out not too long ago but when I was you know the USS Essex and we would have to to respond to the earthquake in Japan with the completion of dodging reactor and are in route to their mark this nimble Asia we moved to assist Japan but in route we saw a all want to see a giant squid but it was more of a colossal squid or at least a dead one it was floating off the bow and all we got was overturned battle so we scrambled the MH sixty helicopters out there the search and rescue helicopters go take a look at it and turns out it was a giant squid it will be bigger than at least sixty three and I don't know why it died or how it died but loses quote in there yeah but quit blood counts like overturned boat so the guys to pictures of it brought it back to the ship and aspirin on the ship bombing the lookout saw it I saw it and the pilot thought due to the situation you know could melt down and the relief efforts no one really thought about it thought about it a lot we don't really talk about it look how old man that's crazy but Hey we got to get your family out all this work to do relief efforts and we were all because for about a month to month the Japanese government and the civilians there but it was one of the weirdest things and there were some additional pictures they took pictures of it but after a while when things calm down we thought about the incident again we with our servers on the ship and nobody we can find the pictures but if I'm not a conspiracy guarantee like that but it was really odd and I'm not the only one if there's anybody on the ethics during that time frame of two thousand eleven well March two thousand eleven able to have what they remember this the square biggest square I've ever seen in my life and what people might not knows your ownership of most ships travel certain shipping line much like how we across the country and that's where the majority shipping traffic yes but that leaves a whole lot of the ocean that's not true first so this will be the want to get off the beaten path that you can the thing that you know are sometimes unexplainable terrifying to think it was a sixty it was sixty feet long you say yes the I'm not a biologist but it's kind of a I guess the head part of square triangular shape of the head to head of the square it had to be at least sixteen feet was comparable in size to the to the helicopter on the barrel looking at it our guys with freaked out there about the no lower guy you know because they thought was overturned boat and then a out yes what you call a chemical or something kind of draped over the the court each year and they kind of pull back up and took pictures of but man we wish we were statement to up the coast you plan we were there right up the model like if you were killed no Sir it didn't look like from the pictures up in that it was attacked in my than natural causes or yeah I really don't know Sir but it was it was the creepiest thing I've ever seen it was it was massive I mean I I'm not Google yeah giant squid yeah they're pretty big but not like this this was and this was the Essex and was a helicopter pilot the spotted it correct what a poor lookout spotted bobbing in the water okay and so when we have something like that we feel laughter something that could be an overturned ship are overturned fishing boat they always kind of been the helicopter to go look because then you'd rather large the second largest ship in the fleet the bill to the helicopter out to go take a closer look and render assistance if needed and.

"uss essex" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

08:01 min | 2 years ago

"uss essex" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"The welcome back to the letter. that's my man. is funny and they see that sees a modest guy timing issues. think about this is a funny man. had a nice man. please welcome to the show Tom treason. wow that was some introduction. I did expect Frank introduced me I thought you were. over five hundred appearances on national television sixty one appearances on tonight show. yes a bunch and over fifty on letterman by the way and even that we host when he had the shingles every time I saw him I said you don't look so good you need to take some time off you know. let's talk about your touring with with Tim Reid who came with the idea we were election on drugs to greet schoolchildren tonight we had no thought of ever being inside how do you meet him we in the G. she's a city group back in Harvey online the sauce had schools where you're from from from and Tim yeah I do part had recruited him in Chicago from Norfolk state college as a marketing rep he joined the Jaycees I had a drug education program I was I had written teaching grade school children that those of drug abuse with humor they were teaching in colleges are high schools and in those days alone at elementary school level the program became such a success Tim and I were partners on a one day a little eighth grade girl said you guys are so funny on become a comedy team and the thought of a black white calmly team intricacies known ever done that before so we set writing what we thought was much another were no comedy clubs in those days so we we had to the night clubs so we can we we it we're not we bombed in the bond and we start getting good in which we work all black clubs in the north and the south what they affectionately called the chitlin circuit black on black operated nightclubs the twenty grand in Detroit the high chaparral in Chicago the burning spoons of the sugar shack in Boston club Harlem in Atlantic city and we we paid our dues there I'd be the only white guy within three four miles did you ever perform before white or white culture we perform all white audiences in the north and the south on a black audience who thought you were the funnier the water into the black well you know the with this interesting thing Tim always talk about when we walked out in front of a white audience all of a sudden you're hush hush what in those days you can see a black and white guy walking down the street together let alone on the stage together if you saw a black and white that walking on the street the other chances are they were cops you know and even then they didn't do that you know so we were everywhere we went we anomaly you know the interesting thing to me is always welcome I'm sorry it took so when you walked out on the stage before a black audience reaction was ill up black audiences react what they will look at here look at here let me look what's this all about the old look out now also white which is completely quiet and black what is the part bring it to me what what yeah Hey wait what what you. in this neighborhood. yeah you said that you guys were the first and to your knowledge the only white why would you be the only that's always been more interesting to me that we are America's first black and white comedy team that was over forty years ago and history shows with the last there's never been one slice which I don't think America's as America wasn't ready for us then I don't think they're ready for reform now because now with the politically correct and if you can't see this and don't say that in and everybody's under such scrutiny who do we do that we do or did it in those days and and Tim eventually couldn't take anybody should I this is enough that's why we I end up talking into writing the book and then from the book you know what this can become a movie when you say could take anymore could take what anyway I mean that the pressure of of of you know to me they didn't want to see it succeed Hollywood didn't want to see it succeed you know why should the six sixty that would get killer narrative the narrative is we can't get along that's the narrative why did the pressure bother him more than you I I think that the you know I you know I think different back on so that that some for me to speak for him I had eight brothers and sisters we lived in a shack five of us left and one that we had no bathroom no shower in hot water a rat infested Roach infested check I shined shoes in taverns acceptance and bonus I can't eat all of that to help feed my brothers and sisters I'm a survivor I spent four years in the military you know I'm a survivor I'm afraid of you push me I push it back you know and and I also had this dream that time and time again become America's greatest comedy team that ever let I really believe that I believe that we were gonna vaccination bigger than Martin Lewis they have yeah I really believe that we could do that we could pull people get if we could sit down and make people laugh together maybe they could live together what on nominee what anyone thought yeah triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. is number you might want to call to ask a question of Tom treason Tom reason is my guest a a comedian for a long time as you heard very successful opening after Frank Sinatra for for decades and Tom you are a bit tough without your military experience. I spent I I was seventeen years old the day I went and I I had to get away I have holes in my shoes have again I was you know a poor kid and the for the first time in my life I had three meals a day and and we all had the same clothes and they shave their heads we all looked like he can and and in that the motor was great for me I spent four years I served on the USS Essex and USS through our and I also served in the marine corps unit for nine months call any GDF naval emergency ground defense force and in it was the greatest experience of I mean it when I came on maybe I I I I I wanted to become a success all I did was really loves out at sea and things like that with positive book Norman Vincent Peale why what would motivate you well both my parents were alcoholic you know and I just I grew up with that tavern neighborhood mentality in something inside me was eating at me all the time that I there was something I was supposed to be doing in life and and this was in it have you you know like anybody else I you know I went to the bars and hung out with all the guys who you know in it get married three kids but I was never satisfied in one day I went on stage with Tim Reid and I got a laugh at something I had written and it was like an epiphany that like that like when those will be movies with a dark clouds break through and and the son and she yes yeah this is what I want to do you know I I know that feeling a triple eight nine seven one S. eight G. Tom I got into talk radio because somebody invited me on radio as a guest I did it reluctantly because I've been on before as a guest you like me in in the station manager as we sit in for the guy who's going on vacation for a week Mr said no my wife talked me into it and I did it after twenty minutes I heard angels sing I think this is what I have to do but I was in my I was almost forty when they happen to me was he that's the point you know of this and I think it was I mean do you know and the greatest American world he said the second you're born god whispers in your ear what it is you want you to do when you search the rest the like your life for that whisper but when it happens you'll know you'll know should you go yes this is what I'm so so who said that he was admin dean on the greatest miracle in the world are going to you know yes it is. party with him it but if. you are also a scratch golfer how did that happen to the citrus nudie sport how to get in there because they can't he runs away but I'm not a scratch golfer anymore I'm a seven handicap now you know as you get older come on yeah yeah that that that that that ain't getting to ship it back it guys listening right now that I play golf with from money if they who usually within an elder said you're a scratch golfer you that he we four sets aside your triple eight nine seven one S. H. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three before we get into your opinion about a bill marshes of the inward and basically the lecture that Ice Cube gave him let's talk a little bit about your your touring with Frank not had you meet Mister yes I too was Sammy Davis for years I tried with Smokey Robinson I was home with Gladys Knight the pips Natalie Cole I took a different artists all the time when I was doing with smoking one time I was at Caesars in Lake Tahoe and Frank was appearing next door and I rush next door to catch the show when his lawyer so I mean I was introduced to him and as a a and the guy who introduced me said the device was of her hotel said to make you wouldn't thanks for making this a foundation I think you make a great opening.

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"uss essex" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"uss essex" Discussed on KGO 810

"Chinese communists, very hilly terrain that he was flying in and one defensive posture that they they took was to string not line but steel cable across the gaps of valleys and other train. So that's the pilots flew low enough one risks they faced was actually running into those wires. I it could cause one type of damage, obviously, if it was a propeller aircraft, if it was a jet aircraft. They're relatively fragile in any any damage to a wing or engine or. Other parts of the aircraft could literally bring it down. So Neil Armstrong flies into a club whose line and he loses part of his what his. As part of his wing. I believe we lost a full section of his wing and his his the the people who are flying with him told him well point towards the bottom line get south of the bottom line in punch out. What does that mean to online is kind of a dividing line where the ships who were immediately see or sending in shells to provide ground support for the troops? You get south of that line. Whether the the ship salvos are falling in you know, that you're relatively sure that you're in friendly territory. So they tell him to punch out over Pohang. What does that mean? Well, there were a number of small airfields that were in friendly hands this one I think happened to be in the hands of the US marines, and it was a place where he could reasonably expect that he he might be rescued enough fall into enemy hands. And he was and that's why landed on the move. That it's it's you know, Neil Armstrong is kind of symbolic of all the pilots at the time. And there were a number of others including John Glenn who began their aviation careers their military aviation careers in in Korea. I made note that on the same day that Armstrong walked away three of his mates. Sis trunk who was twenty nine at four twenty five and Brumwell twenty-six didn't make it back. So they were taking casualties routinely. We're taking casualties. That's correct. I mean, the the trade off between the the North Koreans and the Americans was that the North Koreans had the manpower. The Americans had the overhead technology to keep them in the game. But as the months went on the North Koreans became better and better at taking down the aircraft that were attacking James Michener the other name that rings through this. He's forty five years old. He's writing for the Saturday Evening Post in the Reader's Digest. He shows up on a carrier. How how do they treat him? What does he do? He's one of the few reporters. There are number of reporters that he him included that went to see the war on the ground and the Korean peninsula, but he was one of the few that took the time to spend a part of those efforts with the ships that were at sea. So he spent time I believe on both the USS Valley Forge and the USS Essex as a way of reporting on that aspect of the war. You say that he took copious notes and order to prepare for the articles that he was riding was well treated by the navy where they suspicious where they generous. They were relatively generous, man. He was kind of a big name when it came to writers at the time not only in in journalism, but in wider literature. He'd he'd written a book about the navy's experience in World War Two, and that book had fact at but turn into a a musical called South.

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"uss essex" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"uss essex" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Chinese communists, very hilly terrain that he was flying in and one defensive posture that they they took was to string clothesline, but steel cable across. The gaps of valleys and other train. So that's the pilots flew low enough one risks. They faced was actually running into those wires, it could cause one type of damage, obviously, if it was a propeller aircraft if it was a jet aircraft. They're relatively fragile in any any damage to a wing or engine or. Other parts of the aircraft could literally bring it down. So Neil Armstrong flies into a clothesline. Any any loses part of his what his tail. Part of his wing. I believe full section of his wing and his his the people who are flying with him told him well point towards the bottom line get south of the bomb line in punch out. What does that mean the bottom line is kind of a dividing line where the ships who were immediately at sea or sending in shells to provide ground support for the troops? You get south of that line where the the the ship salvos of following in. You know, that you're relatively sure that you're in friendly territory. So they tell him to punch out over Pohang. What does that mean? Well, there were a number of small airfields that were in friendly hands this one I think happened to be in the hands of the US marines, and it was a place where he could reasonably expect that he he might be rescued enough fall into enemy hands. And he was and that's why landed on the moon. That. It's. Armstrong is kind of symbolic of all the pilots at the time. And there were a number of others including John Glenn who began their aviation careers their military aviation careers in in Korea. I made note that on the same day that Armstrong walked away three of his mates trunk who was twenty nine at four twenty five and Brumwell twenty-six didn't make it back. So they they were taking casualties were taking casualties. That's correct. I mean, the the trade off between the the North Koreans and the Americans was that the North Koreans had the manpower. The Americans had the overhead technology to keep them in the game. But as the months went on the North Koreans became better and better at taking down the aircraft that were attacking them James Michener the other name that rings through this book. He's forty five years old. And he he's writing for the Saturday Evening Post in the Reader's Digest. Chest. He shows up on a carrier. How how do they treat him? What does he do? Well, he's one of the few reporters are are number of reporters that he him included that went to see the war on the ground and the Korean peninsula, but he was one of the few that took the time to spend part of his efforts with the ships that were at sea. So he spent time I believe on both the USS Valley Forge and the USS Essex as a way of reporting on that aspect of the war. You say that he took copious notes in order to prepare for the articles that he was riding was he well treated by the navy were they suspicious where they generous. They were relatively generous, man. He was kind of a big name when it came to riders at the time, not only in in journalism, but in wider literature. He'd he'd written a book about the navy's experience in World War Two. And that book had fact at but turn into a a musical called South.

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"uss essex" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

07:04 min | 2 years ago

"uss essex" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"To the show. What's on your mind? I just want to get my point of view since I'm a visionary. And I also have the gift of discernment. I do a lot of research, and I can say that we are the beacon of the world America. And I love this country. Love the constitution. I love the American values, and I loved the freedom that we have here. And I just wanted to point out to the American people, the the people that they have just voted in that you have to be very careful of who you vote in new voted in a woman in her name is Omar as a US Representative, and he's from Somalia, and this woman thirty seven year old woman, allegedly she has values that are not American dollars, but Islamic values. Doodo stands for eating out of garbage trucks. How country stands for sharia law? We don't throw days off, roofs and stone women there's no room in this country that anti-semitism then we have a little darling. But the name of Alexandra see that I think she's nothing, but a scoundrel this woman is a hypocrite education with no dignity. No American values. So anything from the green from the green deal to the climate change knowing that this is global taxation show lie to the people she's such a hypocrite. She wants to take away the cows. And she's still in hamburger. That's true. She's such a hypocrite. She spends three thousand dollars on a dress. But yes, she hates the people have money 'cause she's only jealous of the people that have the money because they wanted to bring into socialism because while you're eating at the garbage trucks, the young people that are following her. She will still be eating her stakes in her hamburgers. I guess like my doodle. Look at that you pointed out Marie because there are a lot of talk on their side. But not a lot of sacrifice on their side. They want you and me to make the sacrifice. I appreciate the call. I always appreciate your insights. But let's let's take a good hard. Look at this Alexandra Cossio Cortez destroyed Amazon's efforts to come into New York City. They were going to bring twenty five thousand jobs. She's very proud of what she did in stopping Amazon from coming in right? Now, Amazon's free to go to other places. There's only one problem. Andrew Cuomo the governor of New York, and he says, listen, I want chops to come. We want jobs. We want people to come into our state because they're hemorrhaging population. People were fleeing the state of New York to go to low tax states. Here's Andrew Cuomo saying, listen, we gotta grow jobs cut number forty two. Andrew Cuomo today. Go track young people, they need to know there've opportunity here, you wanna keep young people. They have to know that businesses are coming in. And this is the place to be you have to be growing jobs to do any of these things and either you are green wing or your shrinking. There is no alternative in life. Now, I I don't believe the government can grow any jobs other than state jobs, and that's certainly not something I want to see happen. But what he's saying is you either have a growing economy or contracting economy, Akhazia Cortez, deployed the mob onto the streets to run these jobs out of the city of New York, and you can. I go wherever you want on the issue. But the fact of the matter is you would theoretically one a tax base to continue to expand rather than contract. If you're the governor, I'm no fan of Andrew Cuomo. I call him governor Herod because of his position on infanticide. But listen to what he's saying. He's laying out an argument for how it is businesses are now operating in America today. Oh, see would never talk about this. She's just going to throw platitudes about income inequality and how we're all suffering. Here's Cuomo about what businesses are doing in America today. They have a lot of choice about where they can go. We in California to pay attention cut forty-three place, and you have businesses that are shopping states. We just went through the Amazon competition where Amazon took the to win local where they literally said we have twenty five thousand jobs. We will take bids from states and cities nationwide. Who will offer us the best package, but Amazon just it on a higher level? What happens every day? Because every business it's not like the old days. We're a business was in the big factory. And it was it was cemented into the ground. Now a business to pick up the laptop they can go anywhere. So there's shopping business climate. It's an environments. You ought to be paying attention to that here in California. I don't know how friendly we are makes me worry as me concerned Paul Escondido on three Paul welcome to the program. What's on your mind today, sir? Yeah. In San Diego, but no worries Cuomo. Boy, he's he's like crying, crocodile tears. He complains about salt complains about Amazon dot coming to New York. Right. Yes. Or any bars bars fracking, and you know, why he did that because that's happening in upstate New York. Yes. And he's trying he's trying to cut off and destroy upstate New York and the Republican base up there. Okay. And then make the place subsidize New York City, right? Don't want anybody anybody conservative in the state anymore. They can they can just rack up and leave. And then he complains about salt. But that's not what I called in about. I called in about Larry Larry cudlow. Yes. And you know, his comment. We gotta put socialist Montreal. He man convicted. Yup. We got convicted. But you know, what he forgot? We gotta give it the chair. We got we got to give the death penalty. I wasn't. I appreciate you there. You're right. Look, this is a terrible ideology edit. It should never be discussed. In polite company. It's a horrible ideology. We are literally begging our elected leaders to enslave us. And that is not who we are as a people. It's just not who we are. And we have got to reject it out of hand. It's not an option. It is not is it is economic suicide for our country. And I think we owe our children, and our grandchildren at least a fighting chance. And if we're going to go down this road this crazy kooky for Kochta vinyl program that these socialists cook it up. Man, we we are going to rue the day we go anywhere near that. It is poison. It is poison for our economy. It's the Brentwood herbal show IM seven sixty talk and breaking news, Jim Sharpe. Vets got headlines. Happy times at North Island. This morning is the USS Essex in its support group returned from eight month deployment, the celebration next. AM seven sixty ks MB, blue.

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"uss essex" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

09:46 min | 2 years ago

"uss essex" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I think we just have a good conversation. We got into social media for some reason yesterday. I forget why. And I quoted Jonathan hate who is not a conservative not a bible thumper. Very smart psychologist and ethicist who I love his books. Coddling of the American mind is the most recent and the righteous mind is one I definitely recommend. He's been studying for a while. Now, the effects of social media on kids, and I find his his evidence conclusive that it has dramatically harmful effect on kids. And I want to prove that second. But the rates of self harm and suicide shot up for kids who are in middle school when social media entered mainstream. And I believe social media is very dangerous and his social his suggestion among others is that no kids should be on social media until they go into high school. He said he said, and I agree that the zero reason that anyone in middle school or younger should have a social media account. He has middle schoolers. I don't. So I will take a deep breath and understand my proper role in this discussion. But in some ways, perhaps maybe because I'm outside of it a little bit. I can add some truth little more objectively who knows? But I got this thoughtful Email from a wonderful mom, and I wanna share with you because you may be thinking the same as her as I just made that suggestion that no one in middle school or below should have a social media account, this mom said, hey, there listening to all the, but Bubba Bubba. I have four kids age that was just all the part telling wonderful. I am and. Skimmed over. There's no need to reiterate that because that's just embarrassing for everyone listening. Why do I need to talk about? Oh here. She is all Mike. Love your show. Listen every day. Best thing on radio. Best part of my day. What she said. Basically, basically, I see basically like what did you say about the word, basically? I have four kids ages sixteen fourteen twelve and ten how about that. I'm in it. They says I don't however don't subscribe to the school of thought that I have to have parental blocks at every turn that I need to monitor everything they look at including their social media accounts or that I should read their messages why. Because what they can't do at my house. They'll do it someone else's what they don't look up and or see on their phone is readily available on a friend's phone. What message is they may not want me to see they simply delete those social media accounts. They set up fake ones for us parents to see and secret ones under secret names that we don't see. And honestly, the sad truth. There aren't enough hours in the day to monitor at all. So. Teach them and talk to them day in and out about the internet Cree people out there along with sex, drugs, smoking and drinking. We tackle the law at least five days out of seven sometimes casual conversations for two minutes. Another times they really open up when it comes to tempt of any kind of tell my kids. Will you be curious? Yes. Will you want to try it just once? Absolutely. But that's where your faith values conscience. You're right from wrong. Your future have to come into play. So far so good I have beautiful respectful carrying children that I cherish and love. I've got a long road. But I'm off to a good start. Thank you for all the information show bothered by more with more with. Baresi? I'm blushing. Right. You know? It's not. Yeah. But. I don't share those parts of it. Okay. So that's awesome. This is an amazing mom, and I don't want anything. I say here have come across as critical of this mom and her approach. I think it's fantastic. Admirable admiriable. I would like to be more like that. Can I push back on? Little tiny little bitty part. So. Where do I start here? Okay. This is an argument. I don't like. For anything. I heard a lot. It's the. What they don't do it my house or what they can't do it. My house they'll do at someone else's. Therefore, the conclusion is I won't prevent this ban. This monitor this at my house because what's the point? They're just going to go do it somewhere else to. I don't I don't like that. I don't think that's a good argument for anything. Now, I'm not being critical this mob. Please. Let's let's branch away from this mom because what she sent me as beautiful inarticulate and wonderful. But I hear this argument a lot with with a lot of other things. So we have a friend of ours who has a couple of teenage boys, and they don't allow any sugar in their home. No sodas or sugary stuff. We don't either. Now, we have a two year old and a one year old, but people still Mockus Ford. It's the weirdest thing slider. Let your two year old eat ice cream. Why? And no one has an answer. Yeah. Vilified myself uncle, Eric. The ice cream pretty much has anyone ever given. You a reason why you should give a two year old ice cream? Could anyone name one? I've opened up the phones here can someone tell me why two year olds should eat ice cream. I don't know. What's the point? Why would you do that? Because if your friends jump off the cliff. I don't know why I get criticized board all the time. Come on come on. Let them have candy. Why there too? They don't even know it exists. But anyway, this is the only argument that people fall back on me because they can't give me a real argument the say, oh, but when they get older they're going to go to a sleepover. And they're gonna eat because you don't allow it in the house. They're going to binge on it then John sugar at the sleepover or the friend's birthday party. And they're going to drink a sugar and drink all the soda and all that stuff. So I've heard that argument million tops. So I brought that up with with the older friend of mine who has teenage boys same scenario. Right. And I brought that argument him and I'll never forget. I can't simulate the way you said it was so funny. But I said, yeah. But what about your boys when they go to a sleepover? Do they drink all the soda and y'all cake, and he said? Yeah. They do. But that doesn't mean it needs to be in our house. But not that's not an excuse for you. Also. Giving your kids soda and sugar and everything right? And so I I share that just because I think that's the same thing with social media your kids ten. They don't need an iphone. They don't need social media cancer ten. Maybe I can talk about a phone where you can text their friends or something, right? But why why allow a ten year old to take part in a product that will significantly increase their anxiety depression, self harm, if they engage in it chance of suicide significantly increase. Because they'll when they're away. The last shot when they're eighteen or when when they leave the house they'll and get now now when you're in the house now because you're ten. And maybe if they'll encounter later when they're older, that's fine. But that's when they'll be more emotionally mature and can handle it. And which by the way, maybe never would social media because I'm not entirely convinced that adults can handle social media. In fact, I'm one hundred percent certain that adults can't handle it was that what's the stat about like what percentage of? The divorce papers have Facebook in it like that. Right. So that's is. That example, let alone a million dollars that we give right here. So if an adult can't handle social media 10-year-old-girl certainly can. So I don't I don't agree with allowing. Let me come back one last point on this. But please I love your insight too. Because I got two hundred one year old. So I'm not there yet one eight hundred seven sixty K F B on what your policy is. Or what you think of what I just said one eight hundred seven sixty K from me. And then I want to I want to explain as clearly as I can I thought about this a lot less than why why I'm so down on social media. And where I put it on this spectrum of things on do that next. Then we got celebrities. What's next half hour? Oh, and I want to quote again, because I think the best argument for why these things are bad are the quotes from the people who made them who are telling you. There are bad. Like other quotes from the people who made them who are saying. I don't want my kids you. The quotes from Steve Jobs saying, oh, yeah. No, no screen time in our house. Steve Jobs has no screen time in his house. That's crazy. But we do we allow it with these Facebook engineers were like man that stuff's poison no wage. My kids are my kids allowed to use us. And we're making arguments for why it's good or okay, or acceptable or reasonable. The next chip that's got headlines. First right now, what are you? Happy times in North Island. This morning is the USS Essex in its support group returned from an eight month deployment celebration. Beautiful one.

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"uss essex" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"uss essex" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"All the years of doing these fighters the burial at sea. I didn't realize this was a thing that happens pretty regularly. It's available to all active duty retired and honors honorably discharged veterans and their families. They can all do that do this if they wish so when it's time for the burial see the officer of the deck. 'cause. He says all hands bury the dead. If possible the ship is stopped. The flag is lowered to half-mast. The coffins covered with the American flag and carried feet first on the deck by the casket bearers. Side. Interesting fact on military funerals with the people carrying the casket, the rank is reversed. So the lowest rank leads the way the highest rank is in the back. And that is the show that in depth all are equal. The casket is placed on a stand at the edge of the deck. The edge of the casket is hanging a little bit of the edge. And then the twenty one gun salute and taps, and the casket bearers pick up the platform and the casket slides into the ocean. Perhaps some flowers are dropped in the ocean as well. The flags folded up the exact time and location of the burial is noted and a video recording. If possible is then sent to the family, no civilians are able to watch this as it happens because the ships deployed. The king cap civilians on deck during that, but the exact coordinates are noted and that videos given to the family. I learned all this because one was just performed the other day. Let's go back a little bit. August ninth two thousand eighteen a truck pulled into the driveway at home in New Hampshire. Two marines got out and walked this family's front door. Mom, opened up. I Anna her mouth was was it a crash. Now, it wasn't a crash. Son was missing. He served aboard. The US has exits Essex crew chief worked on the Super Stallion helicopters. It was assigned here at Camp Pendleton. He was on the USS Essex and fell overboard. His name was John courier. The search for courier lasted five days. Fifteen thousand nautical miles one hundred ten sorties were flown three hundred.

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Full list: Obama pardons these 78 people, shortens 153 prisoners’ sentences

Mark Levin

00:10 sec | 3 years ago

Full list: Obama pardons these 78 people, shortens 153 prisoners’ sentences

"Sixty, former major league baseball star pitcher Esteban Loaiza pled guilty in San, Diego federal court today, to. Possession of forty. Four pounds of cocaine with intent to distribute. He, faces a range of. Ten, years. To life

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Diego Unified School District, Eskin Dido and Sulu Sea discussed on Mark Reardon

Mark Reardon

00:14 sec | 3 years ago

Diego Unified School District, Eskin Dido and Sulu Sea discussed on Mark Reardon

"Police have made an arrest in the deaths of, two women discovered yesterday in two different locations, in Eskin Dido want. Ortega was taken into custody last night booked on murder and arson charges there's still no. Motive or rather no word on a

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