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"whatthe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:54 min | 5 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"It's easier to get a guy like me any more involved. I just hope J d. It's he's not getting reps because they gave Jimmy Graham $9 million. And I don't think that Well, you know what I've been I've been. I've been flummoxed by many things in my life. I can't say anything for certain, but I don't think that's the case. I mean, we're things stand right now with Jimmy grants. He? Obviously he's a good red zone threat between the twenty's No, not so much. I mean, right now he's showing you that he could run 10 Yards poster guy often makes a catch. But between the twenties. We haven't seen much of him. So I think what he's showing you the first four games might be what you're gonna give him the entire year. I think it would be naive not to see that since they've seen it now for from us. Agreed. Are you Are you happy with what the bears air giving you pass rusher Wise. I mean, it could be a lot better. Don't you think it's okay? I know that the defense has a lot of talent, and there's a lot of great players on this defense. And the numbers are terrible, and you know it. You know. Matt Nagy said multiple times that when you give up 19 points, you should win. But I just don't think that they're playing dominant football and that starts with Pass rush for the rivers without a mobile guy only got him a couple of times. You got so much money invested right now on Khalil Mack in and Robert Quinn. I'll be expecting more. I think team hits is at a great year. I think he's been outstanding on the defensive line. But guys think of the money you have picked into elevate that pass rush and tell me right now before games Has the pass rush from the edge has been better this year. Has been noticeably better this year compared to last year with a real macular Floyd. No, they not really not. All right, you know. Right. So did you give us a score? I did not. We did not have to get picked up Thursday night. Well, then you're gonna get this one out of jail free card in jail. You got to give us Ah, give your buddies I had no quick to give know Whatthe watch for all of the credit things we D'oh. I think it should be. I think it's going to be closer than people. Believe I don't nationally No one's given the bears much of a chance. I think the Bears could win. I think the injury for the Buccaneers do matter. I've been playing on Thursday night. Doesn't matter. I think it's a strange deal for the bus to be traveling here and plan. These injuries, But I will still guys go. Tampa Tampa 24 Bears 20. Yeah, Yeah, I write pretty much right where that line is at 3.5 right now. So you just barely have them covering the couple. Thousands on north e. I'm I'm all good. All right, JD. Great stuff is always we appreciate it. Guys, you enjoy the game and we'll talk very soon. You guys, there's Jeff Dickerson. He's awesome. We've been talking to him for many, many, many years previewing there's just like when the tight end conversation Like, why can't we take Jimmy Graham off the field and encircle command? Some of Jimmy Graham's wraps Exactly exactly Like I know the money, you know? That there's a but there was a big need for Cole commit, and I still think there is a big need for coal combat. Jimmy Graham is a good red zone target. But all right, we'll take your calls. You wanna win? How do you feel about today? Waddell's got a feeling about I had a feeling and I will tell you about it next. Listeningto model himself on ESPN. One goes home for Sports. The Notre Dame fighting Irish play on ESPN. 1000 Saturday playing Kelly Squad Welcome Florida State to South Jonathan, who is Chris Blake and Adam.

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"whatthe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

05:43 min | 5 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"But the wages that were being paid to drivers and so when Uber and lift started off, specifically uber and then lift came along. And I, I covered the advent of uber in Washington, D C is a transportation reporter with CBS radio out there, and it was a novel thing. It was amazing. I remember the first time I ordered an uber with my iPhone three or whatever the version was, and I had to pick me up outside my apartment down there on Connecticut Avenue and I remember it pulled up. It was a black car service guy gets out and he's dressed nice. He opens the door. I get in, He hands me a bottle of water, and I'm like, okay, I'm feeling like a million In box here at the time. It was It was my girlfriend. We live together. We are married now. And at that point, I was like, Yeah, right. Here we go. Oh, I'm impressing her. I'm showing off some some some good moves. We took the right on down to Georgetown went to a nice dinner. Some drinks after those drinks. Don't have to worry about walking home. I mean, you know, it's about a mile mile and a half walk, which, after you've had a few drinks, you don't want to do it. And so they take us home and and the whole time going through? I'm just thinking, Wow, This is amazing. This is going to revolutionize the way that Get around, especially in a place like Washington, D. C. Where you have cabs that are notoriously difficult to hail, notoriously difficult to deal with, and will often take you the long way around the city or the district of Columbia. Rather, and so I was among a cohort of reporters that we're covering the rollout of uber and also the consternation amongst Taxicab drivers as they're dealing with this newfound Piece of industry of transportation that is undoing everything that they've laid their life's work into, and many of them are dropping out of being a taxicab driver and instead just happen over to be an uber or lyft driver, because they see how much money these guys are making. The point of telling that part of the stories because it sets the stage. I think for 85 that there was a gradual decline in the amount of money that these drivers were making, and part of that is the business model that uber and left came into the existence with which was, when is many people over. It's possible. Get them loyal to the brand. Get them in our cars and We're going to go ahead and some, you know, supplement basically the cost of each of these rides just to get him in there. So so they're making it cheaper by not charging Whatthe right is actually worth and then we'll figure everything else out down the road. The problem with that strategy is that as they continue to go down the road, and you know, they've got a massive investors who see the worth in this service. They're not making money. You're five. They're not making money. You're 10. They're not making money. And as they're not making money at some point, Wall Street is going to say OK, This is not worth quite a cz. Much as we thought it was worth get up to the I po and the I P O revealed as much. Both these companies is they they go public. They're just not worth quite a cz much. So one of the what you got to do. I mean, it's a business you got to start cutting some where and where they start cutting is into driver wages. So how does that impact prop 22 here in California? The reason it impacts prop 22 is that 85 was passed in order to offer some form of codified protection for thes gig. Drivers now 85 worth its own show. It's worth its own time. I find it intriguing. I think it is a complex issue. I think that there are great arguments to be made for it. I think there are great arguments to be to be made against it. The thing about 85, though, is that it ended up being Lavrenti mean and in the end the way that it's stretch basically into every aspect of the gig economy, including freelancers who have been around forever and ever and ever and ever. So you end up with, you know, industries that didn't expect to be impacted by this. And those industries ended up being things that make California move, for example, you know, ah, writing articles for newspapers or acting gigs or voice acting gigs or, you know, just you know, you have all these different things. Music gigs that end up We're not sure if they're impacted. We're not sure if they're not impacted. And because of that, a inserted of a bit of Confusion. All that confusion was really aided by the attack industry because of the tech industry, said Listen. We hate this and we're going to do everything we can to find him and they fought it at every turn. And they sued at every turn, which made it rather opaque as to when the law would actually go into effect. And even when the law did going to affect you run over and left like, listen, we're not going to pay attention of this law because they see it as an existential threat. How much of an excess existential threat do you say? Well, they have decided to throw every last penny that they can at this in order to defeat 85 in the realm specifically of Rideshare and this kind of shared delivery service. And they have done that with prop 22. They have done that to the tune of photo just about $200 million. That is an absurd amount of money. So we're going to talk a little bit about that. We're going to talk also about some of the other ballot propositions that are on the list here, and I'm not going to go through all of them in excruciating detail, But I just I'm gonna break them up into some of the criminal justice measures were going to talk about those. The tax and bond measures were going to talk about those and the grab bag going to talk about those grab bags just Ah, the notable ones that I think are marrying conversation. I'm Chris and Carlo in for Brian suits and you're listening to K. If I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I Heart Radio Apple. It's gotten checking with Ko Phi newsroom Stefania live from the kick off I 24 hour news room. President Donald Trump, while hospitalized with covert 19 right to still push stimulus talks earlier today.

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"whatthe" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:50 min | 6 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on KTOK

"He's with you now, because when it comes to the fight for truth, the fun never stops. We have to do much more. And when the president says all they have to do is rake the leaves on ignore that climate challenge that we face. It's really quite sad, and I understand that he had an anti science rallies, Whatthe press reported. It was an anti science rally in Nevada. So you see the the challenges of clear one. But I don't have any complaint about any of the cooperation that is being received from the national level to our state in California. I can't speak for the other states. That's right. Listen to chief scientist Nancy Pelosi. Hey, hey, was it it was at at at Sai It's Bradley. At that day science route. Oh, my gosh. They're going to. They're going to cling to this mask mania for as long as they can Z. Only that got left because they abandoned social distancing with the protest, So they know they're going to get clobber on that they can try Tio. Lie to people gas lightest, but at the end of the day they abandon social distancing for BLM, which, as we now know, beyond any doubt, is a destructive, dangerous and And ah, ultimately. Really pointless movement. Unless you think the point of it was to get Democrats elected into her trump and all that, then I guess it's served some purpose and to allow people to express their resentment and rage through a political prism. In the name of a political ideology. And that means smash windows. Stolen merchandise. Looted businesses burned out buildings. Sure, be alarmed. It did all of those things. Trump held a rally in Nevada. I think Trump should hold more of these rallies. I think the Democrats are worried that he's running up the score board and I don't want to see that they don't Think that's acceptable. They want to do anything they can To undermine him at this stage. And You have In my mind, at least A Democrat party that is desperately clinging to this notion of the pro science party that anyone who just gives it A few moments. Honest attention will come back and say, Hold on a second. You mean the party that believes men Khun get pregnant? There are 37 genders that There's somehow no difference between men and women, except sexism is very riel. That Gender transition can occur before someone even hits puberty. I mean, you believe that and that a fetus is not a baby and That party. Oh, and and that the the mother Earth gets angry and spew fire. It spews fire all over the forest in California, and that's why that's happening. That party wants lectures all on science. You know, I worked out yesterday in the gym and I for at least a period of time because there was another gentleman in the gym. I had to have my mask on. So I'm doing dead lifts and like and like a little old lady because I've had so much muscle atrophy over the last seven months, But I'm doing my dead lives. And I got my mask on and I'm breathing really hard. And all I'm thinking is how does anyone think that is the air? I'm spewing this top of the air is just going above and below the Mass. Just I'm I'm breathing really hard. I'm shooting all over That mask is not stopping my air particles from flying or it's not doing it. But it doesn't matter. Right? This is this is the mission with the science tells us that the science keeps changing, but they're sure about it. They're sure about it. And then there's Oh, let's hear from from the lives of other chief chief scientist Don Lemon. That's terrifying. Thought play nine. Shame on the president.

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"whatthe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:33 min | 6 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Did this season's over have waved the white flag? I'm done acting like an idiot because it just comes back to bite me this evening, when our world seriously lots Okay. So at 7:37 A.m. eastern time on September the night 2020 people Pete, the body body. I'd like you to mark this tape right here. Yes, arise, claims he will not be excited for any Yankee game the rest of the year. No matter where they are in the post season, no matter what they are in the regular season matter, Whatthe win streak is or what The potential is. He will never wake up excited to watch a Yankee game. And when he watches the Yankee game, he will only watch it to take notes for the show. He will not be emotionally invested. Correct. Would that be correct? Maria's? That's absolutely correct. I don't think I don't think you have to disagree. I think that's pretty much where we're at with the Yankeesseason. So Around one of the playoffs. Yankees Take gay one behind A sterling performance by Garrett Cole and you will not Where your Giancarlo Stanton sure z the next day. You won't where you're Phil Rudo T shirt. He won't wear that. That's baseball. Susan T shirt. Are you in my closet? Right? Help? Because she rattled off every shirt. I know the best of okay. I know what I don't get the yogi 812. He's got that. Okay, so none of those T shirts could be warned. You're in October because that would suggest that you're interested or excited about the playoffs. Now I'll be focused on the NHL draft and stuff like that. How football on good SEC is back. I'm good. Okay? We have it on tape..

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"whatthe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:09 min | 6 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You know, Okay. If we expend this amount on renovations, this is what your home will be valued after right. And so we're very cognizant of the I'm very conscious him because I you know, really wantto work on building wealth for you know, people of color, so most of my clients or people of color So when I What we go through this amount as we know Whatthe house should be valued after in addition to also analyzing all of the cops, and so what I found is yes, my clients in particular in urban Environments like I live in the city of Newark in a neighborhood called Forest Hill, which is a which is actually like a beautiful historic neighborhood, like you know, mansions from the 19 twenties and stuff like that. And so a lot of my clients live in this neighborhood and what I found is there not their appraisals are not coming back, but they really should be coming back at us on. I think part of that is The home is in Newark, which is a black city. You know, black and brown City primarily on and I think when people come to this neighborhood a. They're shocked that this neighborhood even exists here. And they're also shocked that brown and black people on these homes because they're beautiful, You know, beautiful homes on DSO. One of my clients in particular, you know, was at home when the appraiser came with her husband, and they're both She is African from Nigeria and her husband is African American. And they hear the appraiser walking through the house and talking to the other praise or his assistant, or whatever and saying, Oh, wow. They must have bought this already renovated, you know. They renovated the house from top to bottom, and I designed the house and, you know it's a beautifully renovated house looks nothing like a lot of the other homes that have not been renovated. But yet those homes were appraised at a higher value. And you think this is and you think this is because they are black? Oh, yes, 100% Tell me why I think it's because they're I think it's because they're black, and they live in a black and Brown city. So that's that's truly how I feel. In my opinion, I think You know, appraisers and I keep talking to people about how we can, how more people of color could become appraisers so that you know we could become more educated on this particular You know topic so that if let's say a mortgage lender sends an appraiser out, and we feel like this appraisal is not fair and just You know, Can we request another appraiser? Can we? You know, I don't know how to really remedy the situation yet, But I am working on trying to figure it out. Let me jump in and ask you a question because I can hear listeners going. Well, how does she know it's because they're black people. Could there be any other reason for that appraisal to have been off? So I've seen families that you know, in our neighborhood..

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"whatthe" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

06:00 min | 6 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on KXNT NewsRadio 840 AM

"Welcome to the kaleidoscope where every week we discuss issues including race, LGBTQ, you income inequality and gender. This week. We look at the trouble people of color have and trying to get a fair price when selling their homes and the thing some do to try to change that. A mixed race couple in Jacksonville, Florida, says they got more than $100,000 bump in their appraisal wants. The black wife removed all pictures of black relatives and African American heroes and instead put up paintings of her white husband and his family Realtor, an interior designer Rianna Louis isn't shocked. It doesn't surprise me in the least bit. It's something that I've run into quite a bit. And you know in Ah, my role. ISS is interesting because when I work with client because I'm also I also hold a real estate license when I work with clients. You know on, you know, designing their homes. Ah, lot of times. We do an analysis beforehand on, you know, Okay if we expend this amount on renovations This is what your home will be valued after right. And so we're very cognizant of that. I'm very congressman, because I you know, really wantto work on building well for you. No people of color so most of my clients or people of color So when I When we go through this amount, as we know Whatthe house should be valued after in addition to also analyzing all of the cops, and so what I found is yes, my clients in particular in urban Environments like I live in the city of Newark in a neighborhood called Forest Hill, which is a which is actually like a beautiful historic neighborhood with like, you know, mansions from the 19 twenties and stuff like that. And so a lot of my clients live in this neighborhood, and what I found is They're not. Their appraisals are not coming back, but they really should be coming back at us on DH. I think part of that is the home is a newer, which is a black city. You know, black and Brown City primarily, um, and I think when people come to this neighborhood a they're shocked that this neighborhood even exist here. And they're also shocked that brown and black people own these homes because they're beautiful. You know, beautiful homes on DSO. One of my clients in particular, you know, was at home when the appraiser came with her husband, and they're both She's African from Nigeria and her husband is African American. And they hear the appraiser walking through the house and talking to the other praise or his assistant, or whatever and saying, Oh, wow, they must have bought this already renovated, you know? They renovated the house from top to bottom, and I designed the house and, you know it's a beautifully renovated house looks nothing like a lot of the other homes that have not been renovated. But yet those homes were appraised at a higher value. And you think this is and you think this is because they are black? Oh, yes, 100% Tell me why I think it's because they're I think it's because they're black, and they lived in a black and Brown city. So that's that's truly how I feel. In my opinion, I think You know, appraisers and I keep talking to people about how we can, how more people of color could become appraisers so that you know we could become more educated on this particular You know topic so that if let's say a mortgage lender sends an appraiser out, and we feel like this appraisal is not fair and just You know, Can we request another appraiser? Can we? You know, I don't know how to really remedy the situation yet, But I am working on trying to figure it out. Let me jump in and ask you a question because I can hear listeners going. Well, how does she know it's because they're black people. Could there be any other reason for that appraisal to have been off? So I've seen families that you know, in our neighborhood. We have a lot of Italian families, two that have been in Newark for generations. Their homes are getting appraised at a higher value. Then my clients that are black or brown and and their homes and some of the homes that I speak of That are owned by the Italian families and newer don't nest are not renovated to the level. I mean, my client's home was renovated from top to bottom, down to the basement where the whole basement was redone. I mean, and the fact that her home came in 20 to $30,000 less. Then a shot of in comparison to Ah, home that's on the market or has sold that is, you know, owned by a white family to me is mind blowing, you know, and the home That is owned by the wife. Family is not renovated at all, You know, dated kitchen. All the bathrooms need to be renovated. You know home? Definitely. There's no comparison between My black client and her completely renovated home with a full beautiful correra. Marble bathroom, you know, just high end beautiful finishes. Was I like designed by a interior designer, you know, and then my hand, then you know our neighbors who don't really have that type of home so The only thing I can think of is it's you know, due to the fact that you know my clients are minorities and let me jump in again because you also have a very personal story about this. Can you tell me a short version of it? Because I've dealt with this or have seen this happen so many times when I got my own home reappraise recently to refinance my mortgage My husband, who is mixed..

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"whatthe" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

03:00 min | 6 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Welcome to the kaleidoscope where every week we discuss issues including race, LGBTQ, you income inequality and gender this week. We look at the trouble people of color have and trying to get a fair price when selling their homes and the thing some do to try to change that. Mixed race couple in Jacksonville, Florida says they got more than $100,000 bump in their appraisal wants. The black wife removed all pictures of black relatives, an African American heroes and instead put up paintings of her white husband and his family Realtor and interior designer Rianna Louis isn't shocked. It doesn't surprise me in the least bit. It's something that I've run into quite a bit. And you know, and ah, my role. ISS is interesting because when I work with client because I'm also I also hold a real estate license when I work with clients. You know on, you know, designing their homes. Ah, lot of times. We do an analysis beforehand on, you know, Okay if we expend this amount on renovations This is what your home will be valued after right. And so we're very cognizant of the I'm very conscious him because I you know, really wantto work on building well for you. No people of color so most of my clients or people of color So when I When we go through this announces, we know Whatthe house should be valued after in addition to also analyzing all of the camps, and so what I found is yes, my clients in particular in urban Environments like I live in the city of Newark in a neighborhood called Forest Hill, which is a which is actually like a beautiful historic neighborhood, like you know, mansions from the 19 twenties and stuff like that. And so a lot of my clients live in this neighborhood and what I found is there not their appraisals are not coming back, but they really should be coming back at us on. I think part of that is The home is in Newark, which is a black city. You know, black and brown City primarily, um, and I think when people come to this neighborhood a they're shocked that this neighborhood even exists here. And they're also shocked to the brown and black people on these homes because they're beautiful. You know, beautiful homes on DSO. One of my clients in particular, you know, was at home when the appraiser came with her husband, and they're both She's African from Nigeria and her husband is African American. And they hear the praise or walking through the house and talking to the other praise or his assistant, or whatever and saying, Oh, wow, they must have bought this already renovated, you know? They renovated the house from top to bottom, and I designed the house and you know it's a beautifully renovated house looks nothing like a lot of the other homes that have not been renovated. Yet those homes were appraised at a higher value..

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"whatthe" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:57 min | 6 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"We discuss issues including race, LGBTQ, you income inequality and gender. This week. We look at the trouble people of color have and trying to get a fair price when selling their homes and the thing some do to try to change that. A mixed race couple in Jacksonville, Florida, says they got more than $100,000 bump in their appraisal wants. The black wife removed all pictures of black relatives that African American heroes and instead put up paintings of her white husband and his family Realtor, an interior designer Rianna Louis isn't shocked. It doesn't surprise me in the least bit. It's something that I've run into quite a bit And you know in Ah, my role. ISS is interesting because when I work with client because I'm also I also hold a real estate license when I work with clients. You know on, you know, designing their homes. Ah, lot of times. We do an analysis beforehand on, you know, Okay if we expend this amount on renovations This is what your home will be valued after right. And so we're very cognizant of the I'm very conscious him because I you know, really wantto work on building well for you. No people of color so most of my clients or people of color So when I When we go through this amount, as we know Whatthe house should be valued after in addition to also analyzing all of the cops, and so what I found is yes, my clients in particular in urban Environments like I live in the city of Newark in a neighborhood called Forest Hill, which is a which is actually like a beautiful historic neighborhood, like you know, mansions from the 19 twenties and stuff like that. And so a lot of my clients live in this neighborhood, and what I found is They're not. Their appraisals are not coming back, but they really should be coming back at us on DH. I think part of that is the home is in Newark, which is a black city. You know, black and Brown City primarily on and I think when people come to this neighborhood a they're shocked. That this neighborhood even exists here. And they're also shocked that brown and black people on these homes because they're beautiful, You know, beautiful homes on DSO. One of my clients in particular, you know, was at home when the appraiser came with her husband, and they're both She's African from Nigeria and her husband is African American. And they hear the appraiser walking through the house and talking to the other praise or his assistant, or whatever and saying, Oh, wow, they must have bought this already renovated, you know? They renovated the house from top to bottom, and I designed the house and, you know it's a beautifully renovated house looks nothing like a lot of the other homes that have not been renovated. But yet those homes were appraised at a higher value. And you think this is and you think this is because they're black? Oh, yes, 100% Tell me why I think it's because they're I think it's because they're black, and they lived in a black and Brown city. So that's that's truly how I feel. In my opinion, I think You know, appraisers and I keep talking to people about how we can, how more people of color could become appraisers so that you know we could become more educated on this particular You know topic so that if let's say a mortgage lender sends an appraiser out, and we feel like this appraisal is not fair and just You know, Can we request another appraiser? Can we? You know, I don't know how to really remedy the situation yet, But I am working on trying to figure it out. Let me jump in and ask you a question because I can hear listeners going. Well, how does she know it's because they're black people. Could there be any other reason for that appraisal to have been off? So I've seen families that you know, in our neighborhood. We have a lot of Italian families, two that have been in Newark for generations. Their homes are getting appraised at a higher value, then of my clients that are black or brown and and their homes and some of the homes that I speak of That are owned by the Italian families and newer don't necessary are not renovated to the level. I mean, my client's home was renovated from top to bottom down to the basement. Where the whole basement was redone. I mean, and the fact that her home came in at 20 to $30,000 less Then a shed of in comparison to Ah, home that's on the market. Where has sold that is, you know, owned by a white family to me is mind blowing, you know, and the home That is owned by the life family is not renovated at all, You know, dated kitchen. All the bathrooms need to be renovated. You know home? Definitely. There's no comparison between My black client and her completely renovated home with a full beautiful correra. Marble bathroom, you know, just high end beautiful finishes. Was I like designed by a interior designer, you know, and then my hand, then you know our neighbors who don't really have that type of home so The only thing I can think of is it's you know, due to the fact that you know my clients are minorities and let me jump in again because you also have a very personal story about this. Can you tell me a short version of it? Because I've dealt with this or have seen this happen so many times when I got my own home reappraise recently to refinance my mortgage My husband, who is mixed..

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"whatthe" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

06:14 min | 6 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"This would be cute and funny, I guess because Oh, hi. Oh, ay. Oh, aye. Oh, ay. Oh, something No, no, We're not doing this. I don't get my groove on When I host the Larry older show, I get my vibe going. I cannot get it to that. Welcome to our number Three of the broadcast Bob Brandes sitting in in case you didn't figure that part out. Here in Ohio. There really factor not come. Studios of am 14 20 the answer. We like to have a good time whenever I am in, and I'm normally very, very delighted to be here and I am again tonight, but I just wish it were under better circumstances. If you're just tuning in Larry is not in tonight because of a family emergency family tragedy really? His nephew, Eric 38 years of age son of his brother. Kirk, who passed away in 13 days for now will be one year ago that Larry lost his beloved brother, Kirk. And now just a cruel twist of fate. His son, Eric, Kirk's son, Eric has passed away as well. So Larry's, of course, spending time with his family. With Paris Mother, of course, and with the entire family and clan and obviously we want to wish them the most sincere blessings and prayers. I hope you will join me in a prayer. Privately, of course for the elder family, for God's grace and comfort at that very, very terrible time that they were dealing with right now, Larry, maybe back in the big chair tomorrow. He really didn't want to miss tonight. He you know how that is. Sometimes, I suppose when you're in a grieving process, sometimes the better best thing to do. Is to just kind of drown yourself in your work. Take yourself away from the sadness for a little while and just do what you do. And Larry wanted to come in and do the program tonight, But he decided better of it. So we'll see what he feels like tomorrow. But I do appreciate you being with us in his stead. And I knew you do join me in condolences, By the way, if you're listening to me And not watching the MBA tonight. You are like most Americans. Nobody is watching the embassy playoffs and it's a glorious thing. Headline. NBA playoff ratings sink to stone or Excuse me. Think like stone where I can read sink like stone down 23% compared to last year. Even with millions of people working from home. I think this is a spectacular story because of its nature as a spectacular failure. I mean, think about this. We went through from March. Until around early July. I think it was maybe Mitchell. I am trying to figure out exactly when they started coming back, but we had no sports of any kind. Starting in March. We didn't see the end of the winter sports season for a lot of states and a lot of places in terms of high school, you know, the state championships for basketball and for hockey and things in wrestling. We're canceled. They didn't even get to have those at the end of the winter sports, let alone spring sports, which were all wiped out baseball in softball and track and field and so forth. Then the professional in college game, so we didn't even have march Madness wouldn't get to watch them the tournament. Well, the baseball season didn't start it. All basketball was suspended in the middle. We have nothing. Or sports crazy nation and from March until around July, we had nothing Which means what One would think we would be licking our collective chops. Well, the games can't believe there's no games. I want to watch the games and finally, when we're told the games are back. The MBA is playing baseball is playing. The NFL is getting ready to go to practice. With all of that pent up desire to watch the games. The people stopped watching the games. Despite their desire, despite their hunger for the sports that they love that we all love. People aren't watching. Why Why do you suppose that is Part of it be the fact that they're in a strange environment in the MBA playoffs, playing inside that strange little bubble as they call it down in Orlando without fans, I suppose maybe that might affect I don't know. Have you ever watched a game? In the embassy, particularly in the play offs to see what the stands looked like. Do you watch the action on the court? I've always watch action on card. I suppose that maybe I'm creates is me. I don't watch the games. But if you want to say, Well, maybe it's because of the weird environment, Okay? But I believe that it might be a little bit more than that. I believe that there are millions of Americans who are either considering taking the pledge or have already taken the pledge. What pledge? You asked Bob France The lock away pledge. You know, Whatthe walkaway campaign is right. It's the campaign advanced by some of Larry's featured players in the movie, Uncle Tom. People like Handouts, Owens Hashtag Walk away Walk away was a hashtag campaign for black Americans to walk away from the Democrat Party. Get off of the Democrat Plantation to which you have been mentally and virtually and spiritually chained for far too long start thinking and acting independently of what Democrats tell you to think. Walk away. It's a huge movement. Well, I have begun the walkaway campaign. I might not have canvases platform. But from professional sports. The moment I saw them paint black lives matter on the court down there in the bubble in Orlando, I was done. I have not watched a single dribble since their return. The moment that they were putting bl em. On the MLB pitching mound. When baseball returned. I was done. I have not watched a single at bat. And now that I know that the National Football League is going to allow the players to put the names of victims as they see it off police brutality on the backs of their helmets. Like Jacob.

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"whatthe" Discussed on Z104

Z104

01:42 min | 6 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on Z104

"About, And you aren't fine with that correct. The sound songs that we are currently playing on the one before. It is very obvious what the song is about saving headed to nice, big big bow my bank account. And now we know what that song is all about Carol Basket murdering her husband, Yes or this song. But if the world is and then you come over very obvious what that song is about, right guys? Desperate, lonely. So we get it. Some of the lyrics stand out. But then you have songs like this. What the hell is watermelon sugar about ready to go? A female I think it was a drink. Okay. Like, hey, let me get a mojito or whatever you call it the most popular theory right now, A still What Watermelon Sugar is actually about is when a guy does something to a woman that a lot of guys don't do to women. But women do it. Two guys alive? Yes, with lyrics like tastes like strawberries on a summer evening, And I want more Berries and that summer feeling it's so wonderful and warm. Many people have suggested that the song is about a gentleman taking the train downtown. Okay, You know what I'm saying? Okay there. Hi. He even mentions her belly in one of the lyrics. I don't remember where it is, but it's definitely in there, so, but that's a theory again. We don't know Whatthe hell, Watermelon Sugar's about You don't either, But you sing it. How about this one thing one. This's roses by ST John the lyrics. They're all over the place If you ask me. What song is, I say Roses and then you would see what's it about?.

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New York City teachers union prepares for strike authorization votes this week

10 10 WINS 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 6 months ago

New York City teachers union prepares for strike authorization votes this week

"That's That's whatthe whatthe City City teachers teachers were were saying saying as as they they prepare prepare for for a a possible possible strike strike authorization authorization vote vote over over Corona Corona virus virus concerns, concerns, teachers teachers union union leader leader said said to to meet meet tomorrow tomorrow they they could could call call a a vote vote to to authorize authorize a a strike strike to force the delay of school openings. If the executive board approved his resolution tomorrow, Union delegates could vote Tuesday, which would get and they could give you FT President Michael Mulgrew authority to call a strike if he doesn't think it's safe for teachers to go back to schools. Haired Blasio is called the strike threat, a stunt and a provocation, saying it and it is illegal for teachers to strike in New York. But Union leaders and others have been very vocal about their concerns about safety and returning to in person classes. It is unclear what will happen next. There's a really bad

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"whatthe" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:56 min | 6 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Wear face coverings is not enough, he says. The sheriff needs to enforce it. John Baird K index, 10 70 NewsRadio, Many business owners waiting for more direction from the state on when and how they can re open. We'll tell you more about that right after traffic in two minutes, it's 12 05 traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. Who's down, Fran? It's gonna be a little while before the four or five South gets anybody down in Long Beach. We have three right lanes blocked until at least 1 30. That's whatthe, Sigalert said. It's got four or five South found jammed up. Carson Street over towards the 7 10 because of this earlier crash, car fire Once you get past the 7 10 things clear up, and it was good after that. It's just get there. It's gonna be a problem. Let's check in with Brian Douglas is taking a look at the Santa Monica Freeway where we've got slowing eastbound. Not too unusual, but for this hour kind of guy is right for Fairfax. We've got some left lane Caltrans work. Looks like a sweeper train here. Thank you for the tipster calls on this so Got about a half mile back up as you pass. We'll say, national what your past their factory's bound Dr Improves greatly to have slowing for your 1 70 Freeway, The Hollywood portion the freeway. Scott's got the details with Southern California Toyota dealers 1 70 Jam camp. Well, getting up towards Sun Valley and McCoy, MMA on the 1 70 north bound, You gotta back up, starting about Sherman way and it looks like that stays heavy onto the five up to about Osborne, where there's a disabled car in your way, so that sarees for that backup And another 1 70, both sides of the freeway between about Burbank Boulevard and Riverside Drive. You got a couple of right lanes blocked with that ongoing construction work. North found backup starting about Magnolia Boulevard and South down to slow down from right around Oxnard Street. I've got a new crash report on the north side of the 7 10 on the connector to the East bound 60 couple vehicles involved in this 11 on the left side of that transition road. The other one tried to make its own way off to the right side. Your next report. 15 more traffic reports more often. Tom Frank can't accept 17 Sunny warm Today Beach Eyes up seven Eastern around 80 degrees upper eighties for inland areas We're looking at mid to upper nineties. The Valley's overnight lows tonight in the sixties, slightly.

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"whatthe" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:33 min | 6 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on WGN Radio

"South of Fullerton, and on the south side of 71st in Loomis, an accident water main break in Buffalo Grove. Deerfield and Bush. Merry Band of LGBT on traffic Central back too. You see Bertram Green screens on Wall Street. The Dow's of 65 points the NASDAQ 39, the S and P 507. Thank you for that. Steve Bertrand, By the way, Dorian Samuelson joins us Now. I just want to mention this. And maybe you can call 3129817 200. When we had filled the tell on the restaurant critic of the Chicago Tribune a little while ago we were Asking you to join us and tell us what you're dining out. Experience has been good or bad. Let's just sort of help each other know Whatthe lay of the land is in terms of service and safety and food quality. You're ordering in your eating in whatever it is or ordering out. I'd like to know got some interesting email or text messages about that. And I'll share those in a minute. But you can also call and now 23129817 200 your restaurant review, please. Okay and Orient, you've got business news Force. What have you got? Well, let's look at the numbers and they're both red and green on the agricultural screen. Today. The September week contract is up 3.5 cents a bushel, but September corn Down two and a quarter sense and the September soybean contract trading lower or now it's trading higher, up one and a quarter cents a bushel. A sign that summer might be coming to an end and Paul might be on the horizon. Our downstate reporters said that they saw that the pumping pumpkin crop is being harvested. The farmers plant some 59 day variety that they used to get the plant working before the big harvest starts. And I just thought you might like to know pumpkins are being harvested head of the Halloween holiday. And the crop tour. That is an annual event Every summer is coming to a close and it looks like despite the wind storm we had last week. The krump tour is forecasting higher Nebraska corn yields and hires a soybean count. The Nebraska cornfields were projected at 175 bushels per acre. And the four day crop tour, which does not project soybean yields, but estimates the number of soy bean pods and a three by three square in Indiana. And an average of 1297 pods, and that was up from last year's average number. So the report Showing that you were doing pretty well despite the weather, and President Trump, who visited I was yesterday has approved some disaster payments for the crops as a result of the windstorm or the Eurasia that we had last week that moved 770 Miles. Oh, and one more thing. I would normally be talking to you from the Illinois State Fair today. But you know what's happened to advance another state fairs just aren't any. That's your money on 7 20 wg in lady Who's working hard to enrich your life is here weekdays 123 PM and didn't want to show on Chicago's very.

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"whatthe" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

07:49 min | 7 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"I think we get IRA work. Are you there? I'm here. I think I'm here. You're there, man. All right, Beautiful. Got Jim to Wow. I hear Jim to a good man. Yeah, Yeah, yeah. Yeah. So publicly dot com website Now what? Teo? I have this little habits that I get into every pretty much every morning. I You know, I don't watch this so I can learn like a great deal about all the ins and outs of investing. But I do watch just to see what's going on around the world. I watch a lot of financial shows. By every morning. It's kind of my routine. I'll get up and I will jump in there in front of TV grab Cup coffee. Read my cereal and start watching financial shows. Well, one of the things that you've heard me talk about, you know, forever. We and when things we talked about with investing, you've got to be super Super Careful. That the information you get on investing is typically to get you to do things that are not necessarily terribly prudent. And I'll talk more about that in a second, But I want to play a clip right here for you fiduciary capacity because and you know, let's you know, Let's talk a little bit about What What is typically passes as investment advice. What typically passes in a CZ investment advice is We carries in the market should be in Which asset classes should you hold? What? How much money should you have a large company? Small company Value Cos. At this point time because of what's going on the economy, which stocks should you own? And that that was a really important thing for investors got to know which stocks it sounds important, doesn't it? The reality of it is it's nonsense. So there was a guy on CNBC. And here is basically what he had to say. If we can get so just, you know, in your recent appearances. I mean, how many SNP points would you say that you have been surprised at and I don't remember You ever getting bullish at all close? I mean, you you, Mrs entire 50% moved. So I don't I mean, maybe Are you better now? A digital stuff, counselor. Listen, you know it's funny. You know, our sight raises up trouble, Roland, So no one should be crying for about 28. He hasn't overdone in a slightly under 600 place that I said watch. Look at it becoming stop which is straight up. Jangles s o, You know when you're little marketing your spot trainees. So I'm not worried about your court. I'm not worried about, you know, worry about you. I know much money you got. I'm just worried about people that are watching you. And you know you gave the advice last time you've been on, I'm sure Number one. What's really funny about that, eh? Is here is the host of the show, taking this guy to task and saying, You know, you're telling us here's what's gonna happen The market next. Then you missed all of the market upside. The S and P 500 is up there as much and you missed all of it. And what makes you come on? And then was he D'oh? He tells how well he's done. Yeah, yeah, Here's how much my stock is up in my company that I own. It would have been really bad advice for all you folks. But hey, I'm doing great. So it's all good. Yeah, I'm phenomenally. I'm wealthy. The audacity to say I'm wealthy. After I've given advice to that. Maybe somebody listened to And they got Posed by that advice, and I just had to give great credit to the host of the show. Now you have to wonder why they invite the guy back on. I don't know. Maybe it was just a lampoon. Um, I'm not sure. What he basically took him to task. You know, regarding his previous advice and then just destroyed Him, but he comes back and and what does he say? I'm not worried about you, which is that's what it oughta be. I'm worried about the people that listen to you. And so often, that doesn't happen that these guys go on. They give picks to give advice. A talk where the economy is going to do. This is what you should do, and they're never held accountable. And just, you know, if there is something they say something real extreme, and it happens, they're held up his heroes and profits. But they can say that same extreme stuff all the time. And it doesn't happen. And rarely, if ever, I do they get called on the carpet for no is just well, you know, Let's move right on. Right here, and they don't even pointed out. So you have to ask yourself. Why do they make these predictions? If so, rarely are they actually right? And the answer would be because sometimes they are right. And if they are right, they do get that hero status that Jim was talking about and they do get put on a pedestal and people will buy their mutual fund. They will listen to their next pick. And that is why is this whole game continues and they continue while they continue to get like you? You've predicted this. You predicted that you produced this. But the problem is, you see, there are so many people that you're hearing from. That you don't remember all the people that made all the bad recommendations shows that guy got lucky. So now they're going to count on him until he gets unlucky next time, And that's what sells mutual funds. That's that's what sells investments a lot of times to these people. Even if they're predictions are consistently bad. They still get invited back. There's a person who's winning. Several books that and they've, you know, guy that went around, speaking of financial conferences, and he was just been consistently Would that be Harry Denton? Of course, or Howard Rough or will be? Oh, yeah, yeah, like I could go on and then, but they're still invited back there still invited on TV and it just because They're always, you know, good for a quote, and it's the way it works is just you get the most extreme positions, the one person says, Hey, the market's going to skyrocket. You're goingto wheel barrels of money. If you listen to me or it's the other thing that, you know, run for the Hills cell. It's all coming down, and that's that's a good point, Jim. Yeah, so we found both of them. Both of them when they're predicting what's going to happen. Just Stick your fingers in years because they don't have a clue what is going to happen next. And if they did know what was going to happen next? Would they tell you No. Not none your life. Why would they tell you that? They Because they didn't act on it. They leverage up. They do everything they can. And they have all the money. Yeah. Yeah, So is so is absolutely just ethic that this person did that. That's a thing. Go, go. I don't know. I'm just going to go ahead and I actually make it very clear that people will understand. Why will they not tell you simply Because if if the listeners knew Whatthe six winning lottery numbers were tonight, they wouldn't tell him about like that. That's a good one. Yeah, And they wouldn't tell you with a lot of, you know, because it's going to water down the return that the people in the bank and it could make Yeah, that's that's very true and use a thing. And not only these people on TV, but the people selling the newsletters and stuff like that. They promise this and that, but if they really knew What stocks to buy again..

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"whatthe" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

07:45 min | 7 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"T Your emergency situation station. Extraordinary scene right now unfolding joint base, Andrews. We told you last week about the death of civil rights leader John Lewis. Right now they are preparing A motorcade that will take his body to my in state yesterday, and this was pretty extraordinary sight as well. You remember he led that demonstration across the Edmund Pettus Bridge. Many, many years ago. Yesterday. They took his body across that bridge. And it's kind of interesting to now see preparations for this motorcade. And to consider When John Lewis was a young man demonstrating I'm fighting for equality. I'm sure he never imagined. He would receive this level of attention. It would have been unimaginable at that time. Don't tell me things have not changed changed significantly. To see the kind of care and attention. That He's receiving now. And very appropriate honor and respect before the break we were telling you about a black lives matter leader. And the list of things that she is expecting. The language, and this is just profoundly obscene in so many ways. Aside from the content Number eight backing up number seven. This should be easy and this is Getting people fired. This should be easy. All these Sheet Lis clan, Nazis and other Little blank, White man. This is referring to men who are not so well endowed. I think you get the idea with that word is now. We'll all be returning to work. Get their ass is fired. Call the police. Even if they look suspicious. Nine. Okay, backing up number eight. If any white person at your work or as you enter in spaces you over here, white person praising the actions from yesterday. First get a picture. Get their name and more information. Hell, find out where they work. Get them fired. Certainly address them And if you need to You got hands used them. Number 10 commit to things fighting white supremacy where and how you can. This doesn't mean taking up knitting unless you're making scarves for black and brown kids in need and funding black and brown people in their work. Charming, isn't it? This is what some of these people think You need to understand that this is not And I think many of you already know this stopped being about George Floyd weeks ago. And I would argue with many of these people. This movement precedes George Floyd. And it's a Czolgosz Karl Marx himself. Kenan Charlotte. Good morning Welcome. Good morning. How you doing? All right, sir. How just cone and this black lives matter thing. Oda weekend men, my two Children, or it was at the dairy point on books on Boulevard here in Charlotte. What I grew up in the neighborhood. And this gentleman Pat me on my shoulder and asked me was a Caucasian. If I was I need to go to the back of the line behind them. Are you serious? Yes. And I just looked at Louvain. At first. I said, No, I'm not going anywhere American or not, but I said, no, I'm a human being. And I don't deal with human beings. And it was more disturbing because I grew up in the neighborhood asked me to live here. I grew up In short, I'm 50 years old. And that when I was in school, I never we never heard this. We want we was one Don't matter what kind of race you were. We was one as a human being here in short, and it's the start of a lot. Wow, That is pretty amazing this story that you share their and and again, this person would have no idea of your heritage, your background at all and made assumptions based on your If they really want put push it. Ah lot. The had amore. Ah, and you say more hard time than what's going on now because the government back then All the stuff that they then to the animus. Indians too tired to eliminate us. They don't really want know Whatthe heritages and may And the truth is, they don't care. I mean, that's the bottom line. You know that? Can they really don't care. All that matters is me. That's what this all comes down to. Is all about me met. Good morning. Welcome to the broadcast, Matt. Good morning. How you doing? All right, sir. I'm calling about the Billy. Um, um, a retired, showed a firefighter and I had a lot of black brother. Firefighters on the fire department got one that he's got very political, and I made a statement on social media. Jack lives matter is not really about Ensuring about black mane. Unless it's why involved in and his Ma's told us they won't meet you and I well, let's do a unity more. I'm not seeing anything and what lives matter about being unique, unified challenge him. Let's go lock arms listed to a unity march and they didn't answer back to that. But hey and are still respect your opinion. In the course of respect Knob. I said, operative go lock arms and And bring us together Open for black lives matter is taking this is not gonna have a beauty and into it. And what kind of response did you get with that comment? They said. They say Oh, you've been to the meetings and ah, source. I have not. But, uh I'm just going by What I hear in the news and you know You looked for the proof in the food and I'm not saying we're black lives matters are concerned about Real black lives. Yep. I understand where you're coming from. May thanks very much for your call, and it sounds like you're giving this an effort. Trying, Tio. Remote, some type of unity, some type of dialogue. And frankly, a lot of people really don't want that. That's the reality here. Pretty, said Pretty sad Stay with us..

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"whatthe" Discussed on WWL

WWL

02:29 min | 8 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on WWL

"News time. 307 Here's the WWL TV weather. Local weather expert forecast mostly sunny, hot and humid, with just a 10% chance for a shower today, mainly along the Mississippi coast with a high of around 97. Heat index What a way to 1 12 and it would be a record high today, originally set back in 1957 and tied again in 1998. For tonight, mostly clear, warm and muggy. Low. Temperatures know Whatthe Lake around 78 satellite around 82 Saturday and Sunday. Partly cloudy, hot and humid with a 20% chance for showers and storms each day. Better chance of rain would be on Saturday, albeit very small with a record high of 98 each day. The heated next one await to 1 13 from the weather. Expert forecast center I'm WWL TV meteorologist Dave Nusbaum. Mostly cloudy in 95 degrees south of the lake. 93 degrees under partly cloudy skies on the North shore. For the latest on the pandemic. Visit wwl dot com slash corona Virus for 24 7 updates I'm Tom, Peruvian WWL first news. Now let's get the latest on traffic from a W B over Juve be medical traffic center Josh would else traveling in from the East West bound of the Danziger Bridge is closed with roadwork. That's got extra congestion on I 10 backer on Morrison as you approach the high rise headed the other way eastbound getting over the high rise. Bridge slowdowns are at Franklin at the 6 10 merge. And out to slide. L problem free on the interstate. Those starting tonight at 7 p.m. There will be multiple lane closures on I 10. As you come off the twin span at Oak Harbor That's going to be all weekend through Monday. Downtown Ponchartrain Expressway Traveling slow both directions between the connection and the Superdome. If you're headed out to metering Kenner, westbound I 10 problem free coming in from Kenner. You do have a little bottleneck delay. When I tend from Williams up to the veterans Exit, Causeway Bridge Road work still going on a north bound in the right lane at mile Marker 11 and then South bound as you step onto the bridge. You've also got right lane Road work there and on the North Shore 12 eastbound heavy stop and go congestion from around How 21 getting to the Tchefuncte River Bridge. Traffic brought to you by Meiko. And now a game of commercial chicken. Brought to you by progressive where we see how long flow could go without talking about insurance. Ready? Go. Hey, um Yes, we should talk about something. How's thie? Vermicelli game in your town got any good.

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"whatthe" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

04:47 min | 8 months ago

"whatthe" Discussed on WTOP

"Non life threatening injuries. Officers later found 1/3 person with that was deceased with multiple gunshot wounds inside his car. Police are now investigating and requesting that anyone with any information contact them. And reports A new report claims that Russian intelligence offered bounties toe Afghan militants to kill U. S forces Today We're speaking with senior fellow at the Jackson Institute for Global Affairs at Yale and former deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Mario Mancuso about the situation. Now. Good morning, Mario. Good morning. Erica. This report has some very serious allegations aimed at the Russians. What is the Trump administration saying about this situation? So first. What we know thus far is the report that you referenced comes from The New York Times, but it appears to be pretty well sourced, Whatthe White House said with White House press secretary is that is that the president himself on the vice president have not been briefed on the particular matter, which has been circulating through the U. S government interagency process. Since at least January, the John Radcliff also confirmed that in other words, he confirmed that the president neither the president nor vice president Pence was confirmed in the matter, however, And this is an important caveat in the denial from the White House that the president and the vice president were briefed on the matter. They did not deny necessarily the quality of the report. In other words, whether or not the report itself was true, but rather just that the president was briefed on it. So here as as you say, we have a very serious allegation. Of of of the Russians offering boundary bounties to kill NATO forces in Afghanistan, led by the United States on gets out there and and obviously You know, we're left with figuring out how credible these reports are. So you say that the president and the vice president have been briefed. Historically, the president has been very chummy with Russia's president. Do you think that these allegations if they're proven to be true will change that relationship. So what? Just to clarify. The president has said that both the president vice president have not been briefed. That's what the White House has said and the DNA has confirmed that, um, I think obviously, if these reports are true And you know, based on what the body language of the reports. I think it's more likely than not true that these bounties were offered. Now there are parts of the claims, for example. Whether or not bounties were paid. Whether or not we can attribute particular U. S casualties in Afghanistan to specific boundaries and whether or not senior Russian officials were aware of this, but this apparent Russian intelligence operation With respect to those ladder claims. We just don't those air open questions, But I do think it's more likely than not that the bounties were offered and that the basic claim is true. Now, if this is true, if all of this is true, this is very, very serious. And in fact Congress is already you know, both Republicans and Democrats have already certain Republicans and Democrats have already reached out to the White House, saying that the Russians should be held accountable. Obviously, this would be a dramatic escalation. That's aimed at destabilizing in part peace talks that the US is having it with the Taliban in Afghanistan. But obviously, if true, this merits a forceful U. S response. Listen, This is a very weighty subject, and I need to wrap it up. But can you tell me very quickly? What does Russia have to gain by doing this? So there are a lot of theories out there and the I think the two best theories are at Russia again. This trying to destabilize the peace talks at the United States is currently having or in Afghanistan. You may remember this past year, the U. S. And and and the Taliban agreed that the US would draw down its forces in Afghanistan roughly by half to about 4500. In the fall. The theory is that that the Russians who have an interest a cz, well in this sort of pretty tough neighborhood in the world would try to destabilize that plan, and that that this these claims about paying bounties would make it ah that the Russians would aim to make it difficult for the United States to withdraw. That's one theory. I think that's the best theory is another theory that says that the Russians would do this. As retaliation for what the U. S. Has done to Russian mercenaries in Syria. Well, thank you so very much marry Oh, for trying to clarify the situation for us. It is 8 16 sports.

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"whatthe" Discussed on The Show About Science

The Show About Science

02:49 min | 4 years ago

"whatthe" Discussed on The Show About Science

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