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Congress Poised to Change Tax Laws
"Charlie, you and I were emailing and the house and the senator about to change the tax laws of the United States. I've been telling people all week long as soon as that happens, they should take a number of years of their past returns, call you up and find out whether or not the right kind of client high income client. And that you've got to look at that. Am I right? They're about to change the tax laws. They're about to change a tax loss of the tax laws have wavered back and forth between various proposals, there was the wealth tax. There was the family plan and now there's build back in America. And we've been fortunate that we've had two reasonable democratic senators that have essentially allowed us to Dodge a major tax bill and I believe they've not been able to enact much of the legislation that would have affected many of our listeners, but nonetheless the Biden administration wants to substantially increase marginal rates to build back America plan has many changes in it and the reality is. I formed my CPA firm two decades ago to help clients recover dollars at the unnecessarily payment form of state and federal income taxes in most CPAs are simply historians and we do a very good job of helping clients mitigate that cost. And doing simply what other CPA don't.
US employers added a sluggish 210,000 jobs in November
"American American employers employers sharply sharply slowed slowed their their hiring hiring last last month month after after adding adding five five hundred hundred thirty thirty one one thousand thousand jobs jobs in in October October a a condom condom is is predicted predicted a a similar similar game game in in November November but but the the economy economy added added just just a a sluggish sluggish two two hundred hundred ten ten thousand thousand jobs jobs the the fewest fewest in in nearly nearly a a year year still still the the jobs jobs report report points points to to what what appears appears to to be be a a resilient resilient economic economic recovery recovery the the jobless jobless rate rate fell fell sharply sharply from from four four point point sixty sixty four four point point two two percent percent is is down down about about a a third third of of this this year year consumer consumer spending spending surged surged last last month month despite despite high high inflation inflation the the viruses viruses Omicron Omicron varied varied could could potentially potentially slow slow the the recovery recovery by by discouraging discouraging some some Americans Americans from from going going out out the the widespread widespread business business shutdowns shutdowns are are considered considered unlikely unlikely Sager Sager mag mag ani ani Washington Washington
School chief: Discipline not needed for boy before shooting
"The the school school superintendent superintendent in in Michigan Michigan is is speaking speaking out out about about a a deadly deadly shooting shooting at at a a local local high high school school Tim Tim thrown thrown leader leader of of Oxford Oxford community community schools schools says says the the teenager teenager accused accused of of killing killing four four students students was was called called to to the the office office on on the the day day of of the the shooting shooting and and his his parents parents were were there there but but no no discipline discipline was was warranted warranted sheriff sheriff Mike Mike Bouchard Bouchard says says there there was was no no history history of of problems problems this this individual individual did did not not come come on on the the school's school's radar radar at at all all for for either either bullying bullying or or problem problem behavior behavior or or questionable questionable behavior behavior until until the the day day before before investigators investigators say say the the semi semi automatic automatic gun gun was was bought bought legally legally by by fifteen fifteen year year old old Ethan Ethan Crumley Crumley spa spa there there last last week week prosecutor prosecutor Karen Karen McDonald McDonald was was asked asked if if the the parents parents could could be be held held accountable accountable we're we're reviewing reviewing potential potential charges charges and and hope hope to to have have an an announcement announcement about about that that superintendent superintendent thrown thrown says says the the school school looks looks like like a a war war zone zone and and won't won't be be ready ready for for weeks weeks I'm I'm a a Donahue Donahue
Update on the latest sports
"AP AP sports sports five five a a nearly nearly thirty thirty year year record record went went down down to to the the NBA NBA the the largest largest margin margin of of victory victory the the Memphis Memphis Grizzlies Grizzlies took took apart apart the the Oklahoma Oklahoma City City thunder thunder one one fifty fifty two two seventy seventy nine nine of of seventy seventy three three point point victory victory for for the the griz griz records records are are meant meant to to be be broken broken all all those those things things that that people people say say so so what what motivates motivates us us every every single single day day is is about about just just playing playing our our best best basketball basketball and and I I think think over over the the last last three three games games we've we've done done a a lot lot better better job job with with that that Memphis Memphis coach coach Taylor Taylor Jenkins Jenkins whose whose team team led led by by as as many many as as seventy seventy eight eight jaren jaren Jackson Jackson junior junior led led the the scoring scoring for for the the griz griz with with twenty twenty seven seven the the Chicago Chicago Bulls Bulls blew blew a a twenty twenty one one point point lead lead regrouped regrouped to to beat beat the the New New York York six six one one ninety ninety one one fifteen fifteen the the Martin Martin Rosen Rosen rose rose up up in in the the fourth fourth quarter quarter eighteen eighteen of of his his team team high high thirty thirty four four is is fine fine when when we we go go out out there there compete compete you you know know we we we we we we face face adversity adversity at at times times and and not not feel feel good good when when we we come come out out come come out out on on top top Milwaukee Milwaukee had had its its eight eight game game winning winning streak streak ended ended in in Toronto Toronto the the raptors raptors beat beat the the box box ninety ninety seven seven ninety ninety three three the the box box did did not not play play leading leading scorer scorer got got a a son son of of a a couple couple who who set set out out with with a a calf calf injury injury lebron lebron James James has has been been cleared cleared to to play play again again after after missing missing one one game game out out of of the the NBA's NBA's health health and and safety safety protocol protocol NFL NFL Tampa's Tampa's Antonio Antonio brown brown one one of of three three players players suspended suspended for for three three games games for for violating violating covert covert nineteen nineteen protocol protocol Thursday Thursday night night football football Dallas Dallas got got back back on on the the winning winning track track after after its its thanksgiving thanksgiving day day loss loss they they had had their their way way with with New New Orleans Orleans twenty twenty seven seven to to seventeen seventeen thousand thousand lost lost three three of of its its previous previous four four games games was was playing playing without without head head coach coach Mike Mike McCarthy McCarthy was was out out under under covert covert protocol protocol but but dak dak Prescott Prescott and and company company still still prevailed prevailed Prescott Prescott threw threw a a touchdown touchdown pass pass the the Michel Michel Galopin Galopin Tony Tony Padron Padron fifty fifty yards yards for for another another TD TD call call us us walk walk and and scored scored on on a a twenty twenty nine nine yard yard interception interception return return one one of of four four picks picks for for the the cowboys cowboys defense defense off off taste taste in in hell hell making making his his first first start start of of the the year year for for the the saints saints I'm I'm John John Merriam Merriam at at HL HL forty forty two two save save died died for for goalie goalie Jeremy Jeremy swim swim and and pave pave the the way way for for Boston's Boston's two two nothing nothing win win over over Nashville Nashville it's it's fun fun to to watch watch guys guys are are taking taking pride pride the the defensive defensive zone zone and and also also any any offenses offenses on on I I was was had had the the best best seat seat in in the the house house watching watching him him work work you you know know play play together together a a lot lot of of talk talk out out on on the the ice ice college college football football coach coach Bronco Bronco Mendenhall Mendenhall stepping stepping down down in in Virginia Virginia check check Freeman Freeman AP AP sports sports
Defense lifts Dallas to a 27-17 victory over sinking Saints
"The the Dallas Dallas Cowboys Cowboys solidified solidified their their grip grip on on first first place place in in the the NFC NFC east east by by handing handing the the failing failing New New Orleans Orleans Saints Saints their their fifth fifth street street the the P. P. twenty twenty seven seven seventeen seventeen Dallas Dallas lost lost three three of of its its previous previous four four games games was was playing playing without without head head coach coach Mike Mike McCarthy McCarthy was was out out under under covert covert protocol protocol but but dak dak Prescott Prescott and and company company still still prevailed prevailed the the adversity adversity we've we've we've we've had had we we faced faced on on coming coming off off the the the the last last two two weeks weeks and and then then coming coming in in this this week week and and just just being being hit hit with with the the cove cove it it losing losing losing losing the the head head coach coach this this week week and and just just made made so so many many people people stepped stepped up up press press coverage coverage touchdown touchdown pass pass the the Michael Michael Gallup Gallup and and Tony Tony Padron Padron fifty fifty yards yards for for another another TD TD Carlos Carlos Watkins Watkins scored scored on on a a twenty twenty nine nine yard yard interception interception return return one one of of four four picks picks for for the the cowboys cowboys defense defense off off taste taste in in hell hell making making his his first first start start of of the the year year for for the the saints saints I'm I'm John John Merriam Merriam
Swayman's 42 saves leads Bruins over Predators 2-0
"The the Boston Boston Bruins Bruins came came into into music music city city of of skated skated away away with with a a two two nothing nothing victory victory over over the the Nashville Nashville predators predators Jake Jake DeBrusk DeBrusk used used early early power power play play to to put put the the Bruins Bruins up up one one nothing nothing and and it it has has a a Brandon Brandon Carlo Carlo tallied tallied his his second second of of the the year year in in the the second second period period but but the the story story of of the the game game was was Boston Boston goaltender goaltender Jeremy Jeremy swim swim in in the the second second year year in in a a trailer trailer made made forty forty two two saves saves for for his his third third career career shutout shutout was was fun fun to to watch watch guys guys are are taking taking pride pride the the defensive defensive zone zone and and also also any any offenses offenses on on I I was was had had the the best best seat seat in in the the house house watching watching him him work work you you know know play play together together a a lot lot of of talk talk out out on on the the ice ice it it was was really really fun fun fun fun game game to to be be a a part part of of it it was was a a great great team team won won national national goaltender goaltender you you see see stars stars was was spectacular spectacular the the loss loss he he turned turned aside aside thirty thirty one one shots shots almost almost half half of of which which seem seem to to be be of of the the highlight highlight reel reel variety variety German German takeover takeover Nashville Nashville
Kathie Lee Gifford Talks About Sharing Faith With Craig Ferguson, Kevin Costner, and Others
"Okay, so you get a job on Days of Our Lives. So you are quote unquote a secular actor, but you're still very much walking with lord. Yeah. Yeah, very much so. And that's what sort of this book is about. All of the conversations that I have had through the years. Several of them I shared in my last book, which is called it's never too late. And when I was my literary agent here in New York, a person very different from myself. He's a man. Number one, he's a male. He's Asian. He's gay and he was raised a Buddhist. But he's a fantastic guy and I love him. And he told me that what he liked the most about the last book that we had all done together with the stories of like when I shared Jesus with Craig Ferguson on a set in a movie that I wrote for you. I want to talk to you about this kind of stuff. So we're going there folks. But yeah, so that's Kevin Costner or that tell that story in this one. And he said, Kathy, because you've had a different kind of life experience because of the world that you have made your living in. Right. But I was exactly where I was supposed to be. And as a result, every time I had an opportunity to share Jesus or a scripture or just anything any moment that the Holy Spirit would give me in my own spirit, I'd know say it, say it in love, say it intended to say it and humor. You know, say it in a way that will not speak gently and tenderly to people and make them laugh, too, if you can. And they will take notice. And I probably, and I thank Billie with all my heart for this, because he became a very dear friend. I have probably reached millions and millions and millions of people with the gospel. I'm not saying that like, yay, me, I'm saying, that's because I'm fulfilling my
Kathie Lee Gifford: Jesus Wouldn't Stand for Cancel Culture
"Help. But by the way, I did it. So did you? Yes. There is nobody that I love more than Martin Short. He's absolute genius. Thinking genius and one of the he was so, so good to me. He's very sweet man to me. Not like those others. Not like Howard Stern. Hey. But even Howard Stern. Even Howard Stern, after 30 years of praying for him asked me to forgive him. I know. So, you know what? I know. That's why I can't stand this cancel culture. You know what? Jesus never canceled anybody. Jesus went out of his way to find people. Find the destitute, find the broken find the ones that had been thrown out of community, thrown out of relationships, dying from disease. You were that you were the person who went out looking for. And then when he had his disciples, he said, oh yeah, and if you're going to follow me, you're going to go there too. You're going to go to the other side, where the unloved the unclean. The saved live. And you're going to you're not going to say you're going to go to hell if you don't believe in me. You're going to say, I'm going to love you like Jesus does. And that's how we're going to that's how we're going to fill the kingdom up. With people because they were loved. Jesus, and you love because I first loved you. And it all comes out of a place of love. And we've always gotten that wrong in western culture. I think the western Christian church. And that's why I study rabbinically in Israel to learn what the Bible really says.
Kathie Lee Gifford Opens up About Being True to Her Faith
"You're here. But I've known you for quite a long time. Yes. And you are a woman of faith, and the thing that I say to people. And I've said this for years, I don't know if I've said this to you publicly, but what I've always felt we needed in the culture and I've always wanted to try to be one of those people. Is a public figure who is openly Christian. And whenever I talk about that, I immediately go to you because I think who has been out there over the years who has just been leading her life as a public figure, not as a Christian figure, but who is nonetheless openly Christian. And I really think that that's kind of the missing piece in the culture because we've divided. We've got the Christian faith over here, and then we've got the rest of the world here. And anybody with common sense knows that's nonsense. Right. But very few people are willing to live that out. You're one of them. In fact, you might be two or three of them. And I want to say thank you. Sweetie. You know, I've always had a boldness about my faith. I've always had an awareness, even a 12 year old girl when I first asked Jesus to be in my heart that the answer right away. Yeah. To who much is given much is required. I was once I started learning scripture. But I was sitting in a little movie theater in Annapolis, Maryland, and God already knew that I wanted to be an actress and a singer and a writer. He knew that I came out of the womb with a rim shot in a prep fall. You know, I mean, people do. And there's a reason for it. God, would everything I am and everything you are, was woven in our mother's wombs into
Senate passes stopgap funding bill, avoiding shutdown
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi a a reporting reporting the the Senate Senate passes passes a a stop stop gap gap funding funding bill bill avoiding avoiding a a government government shutdown shutdown the the threat threat of of a a late late year year federal federal government government shutdown shutdown was was averted averted Thursday Thursday night night as as Congress Congress passed passed a a stopgap stopgap spending spending bill bill that that funds funds the the government government through through February February eighteenth eighteenth the the Senate Senate passed passed the the measure measure late late Thursday Thursday with with Majority Majority Leader Leader Chuck Chuck Schumer Schumer boasting boasting I'm I'm happy happy to to let let the the American American people people know know that that government government remains remains open open the the bill bill passed passed sixty sixty nine nine twenty twenty eight eight despite despite a a bid bid by by Republican Republican senator senator Mike Mike Lee Lee of of Utah Utah to to block block the the measure measure to to show show opposition opposition to to Biden Biden administration administration vaccine vaccine rules rules I I am am for for my my colleagues colleagues please please join join me me in in voting voting to to protect protect the the American American worker worker earlier earlier the the house house advanced advanced the the bill bill with with representative representative Adam Adam Kinzinger Kinzinger of of Illinois Illinois the the lone lone Republican Republican voting voting for for the the measure measure the the bill bill now now goes goes to to president president Joe Joe Biden Biden for for his his signature signature Mike Mike Crossey Crossey up up Washington Washington
Kyle Rittenhouse Talks About His Decision to Take the Stand
"So you wake up and maybe the day before or the day before that, your defense counsel says Kyle, you're going to take the stand. Talk about what went into that. Because that's a big deal Kyle. You waived your Fifth Amendment rights talk about that. Well, so I met Mark in mid September, about three weeks after the incident. And your lawyer, my lawyer. And he is a straight up guy. He is amazing. The first thing he told me was, look, you got to take the stand. And I said, I agree. I want to tell my story. And we ever since I got bailed out, we were preparing. So that was there from the start. That wasn't like a game time decision. No, it was something we prepared for over a year. Cory, my other attorney would help prepare me and he would cross examine me and help me help me tell my story, not tell my story, but help not fall into the loopholes that attorney banger would have me try to. That's right, because they mentioned you guys did a couple of mock trials. Yeah. So in those, it was actually Cory playing, I guess, binger, basically. Yeah, well, the bad guy,
Kyle Rittenhouse Grew up Only Wanting to Help People
"And you always just wanted to try to help people. That is correct. While growing up, my mom was a single mother working as a CNA at a nursing home helping old people and inspired me to start helping people wanting to go to nursing school, becoming a lifeguard becoming a firefighter EMT cadet and a police explorer. You grew up in Antioch? I did. I grew up in Antioch, Illinois. Well, I lived in Lake villa for a couple years. I actually moved around a lot but the last place I was living was Antioch, Illinois. Growing up, what did you want to be when you got older? Growing up, I wanted to be a police officer to be able to help people and help people when they're having bad days because cops see people on their worst days.
Striking Kellogg's workers to get 3% raises in new contract
"Hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi reporting reporting striking striking Kellogg's Kellogg's workers workers reach reach a a deal deal on on a a new new contract contract Kellogg's Kellogg's has has reached reached a a tentative tentative agreement agreement with with its its fourteen fourteen thousand thousand serial serial plant plant workers workers that that if if approved approved will will end end a a two two month month strike strike the the tentative tentative agreement agreement includes includes three three percent percent raises raises cost cost of of living living adjustments adjustments in in the the second second through through fifty fifty years years of of the the contract contract and and maintains maintains current current health health benefits benefits the the company company said said members members of of the the bakery bakery confectionery confectionery tobacco tobacco workers workers and and grain grain millers millers International International Union Union will will vote vote on on the the new new five five year year contract contract Sunday Sunday some some Kellogg's Kellogg's employees employees have have been been working working more more than than eighty eighty hours hours a a week week over over the the past past eighteen eighteen months months to to keep keep up up with with demand demand during during the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic hi hi Mike Mike Rossi Rossi I I might might cross cross your your reporting reporting striking striking Kellogg's Kellogg's workers workers reach reach a a deal deal on on a a new new contract contract Kellogg's Kellogg's has has reached reached a a tentative tentative agreement agreement with with its its fourteen fourteen thousand thousand serial serial plant plant workers workers that that if if approved approved will will end end a a two two month month strike strike the the tentative tentative agreement agreement includes includes three three percent percent raises raises cost cost of of living living adjustments adjustments in in the the second second through through fifty fifty years years of of the the contract contract and and maintains maintains current current health health benefits benefits the the company company said said members members of of the the bakery bakery confectionery confectionery tobacco tobacco workers workers and and grain grain millers millers International International Union Union will will vote vote on on the the new new five five year year contract contract Sunday Sunday some some Kellogg's Kellogg's employees employees have have been been working working more more than than eighty eighty hours hours a a week week over over the the past past eighteen eighteen months months to to keep keep up up with with demand demand during during the the corona corona virus virus pandemic pandemic hi hi
A weary pope urges Greek, Turkish Cypriots to heal division
"Pope pope Francis Francis urged urged Cyprus Cyprus to to welcome welcome migrants migrants and and heal heal the the Greek Greek and and Turkish Turkish divisions divisions that that have have lacerated lacerated the the country country for for more more than than a a century century Francis Francis made made the the appeal appeal as as he he arrived arrived in in the the ethnically ethnically divided divided separate separate capital capital at at the the start start of of a a five five day day visit visit that that will will also also take take him him to to Greece Greece prospects prospects for for unifying unifying the the island island have have rarely rarely been been as as bleak bleak as as they they are are now now after after Turkish Turkish Cypriots Cypriots demanded demanded recognition recognition of of a a separate separate state state before before peace peace can can be be discussed discussed the the island island nation nation has has seen seen a a spike spike in in migrant migrant arrivals arrivals this this year year it it is is formally formally asked asked the the European European Commission Commission to to let let it it stop stop processing processing asylum asylum claims claims altogether altogether I'm I'm Walter Walter Ratliff Ratliff
Pomona Schools Defunded Police; A Shooting Brings Them Back
"The Pomona, California, school district. Has taken back its decision to get rid of police from Pomona schools. Not one of those people will be fired for that evil decision. Not to mention irrational. To get rid of police from schools in the Pomona school district. This is the beauty of being a leftist. You're always wrong and you never pay the price. That is heavenly. You destroy and pay no price. What is violent crime up in the United States? I will read to you the percentage later. An 81 year old woman in Beverly Hills two 30 a.m. Beverly Hills got a lot of security. In Beverly Hills guy answered the her home and she was there with her husband and shot her to death. Two 30 a.m. Beverly Hills California. It's coming to your area.
Miranda Devine: The Media Is Still Avoiding the Real Hunter Biden Story
"This has been going on since the beginning of Joe Biden's career really I mean he's the center of the Delaware He won the election when he was 29 years old And from then on because Delaware is this unique state in America where so many corporations are headquartered there because of its tax laws but mainly the opacity of its corporations law He had really a lot of power in the corporate world and he was also very powerful positions on both the legislative affairs committee and the foreign affairs committee And he was faced by these corporations and these donors gave him lots of money and also other things such as grace and favor jobs for family members especially hunter And so Hunter Biden was given inflated salaries and from that money very early on straight out of college he was expected to pay bills for the rest of the family And so there were stories along the way and even The New York Times have stories I mean Byron York did some brilliant work which I thought in the book on Joe Biden sort of real estate purchases which were very dodgy back in the day MBNA which is a credit card company in Delaware board a house from him a lot higher than comparable houses nearby An executive of theirs And so there was there was quite a bit of reporting done not enough in my view But I think that influence peddling is a Washington disease
Miranda Devine Exposes the Kind of Father Joe Biden Actually Is
"I thought it was the most important book of the year and I was not being hyperbolic about that So a couple things about the book and the Biden family and just the disturbing revelations in there You know Miranda my takeaway from the book is about Joe Biden himself who puts a guy like this Hunter Biden his son who he knows well it's his son obviously What kind of guy puts a kid like this Hunter Biden in this central position in these mega business deals with corporations and businesses all over the world knowing he's got this troubled history It's just it speaks to Joe Biden as much as it does to hunter's character You've absolutely nailed it Dan that's the overriding impression that I had was what kind of a father puts the sun with these addiction problems in front of gushing torrents of unaccountable cash And that's what he did at Hunter Biden is even admitted that in his memoir earlier this year beautiful things in which he talks about that money that came from burisma was like play money He said it was $83,333 a month And he didn't have to do anything for it and he said that really that was what led to him falling off the wagon and really indulging in his crack addiction And I think when tens of millions of dollars of ill gotten gains are coming into your bank accounts And you have an addiction problem What are you going to do And I mean it destroyed his marriage He had a really lovely wife and three quarters girls And he's like just unraveled from there on So and the other thing about burisma was that as soon as his father stepped down from being vice president was Margaret out obviously Hunter Biden's 83,000 plus salary from burisma went down to half that much It was cut in half Just crazy
Murder charge for Ohio deputy in Casey Goodson Jr. shooting
"Yeah yeah hi hi sheriff's sheriff's deputy deputy has has been been charged charged with with murder murder in in the the shooting shooting nearly nearly one one year year ago ago of of Casey Casey goods goods and and junior junior Jason Jason made made the the now now retired retired Franklin Franklin County County sheriff's sheriff's deputy deputy who who fatally fatally shot shot Casey Casey good good to to junior junior has has turned turned himself himself into into law law enforcement enforcement after after being being indicted indicted by by a a grand grand jury jury and and charged charged with with murder murder and and reckless reckless homicide homicide he he was was finishing finishing up up work work with with the the fugitive fugitive task task force force in in Columbus Columbus needs needs attorney attorney says says Goodson Goodson was was gesturing gesturing with with the the gun gun as as he he drove drove in in that that the the former former deputy deputy acted acted within within his his lawful lawful duties duties when when he he pursued pursued good good sent sent to to investigate investigate the the felony felony weapons weapons offense offense he he witnessed witnessed relative relative say say good good said said was was holding holding a a sandwich sandwich not not a a gun gun as as he he was was trying trying to to unlock unlock the the door door to to his his grandmother's grandmother's house house and and autopsy autopsy found found goods goods and and was was shot shot a a total total of of six six times times once once in in the the buttocks buttocks and and five five times times in in the the back back within within hours hours of of the the announcement announcement good good since since family family held held a a news news conference conference to to say say they they have have filed filed a a federal federal civil civil rights rights lawsuit lawsuit against against meat meat and and Franklin Franklin County County M. M. of of office office space space this this is is mother mother Tamela Tamela Payne Payne says says she's she's overwhelmed overwhelmed by by joy joy after after a a year year of of fighting fighting for for charges charges in in a a case case where where there there were were no no body body cameras cameras and and no no witnesses witnesses I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer king king
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"years later" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"On top of that charlie. I mean they're they're paying the ultimate sacrifice and we need to honor them and we need to rally and it's not just the national fallen firefighters like i was saying earlier. There are a lot of great coffee companies out there and i've been honored to try and work with autumn. A lot of veteran muniz ben as a firefighter at heart. This was perfect. I'm looking at your wonderful website minute. Men coffee dot com and it catches my attention. Coffee for we. The people and we are the sovereigns of this country unapologetically patriotic. We stand with those who protect and defend our freedom and liberty from those of us who wished to take it from us. Now everybody listening. We all have something that we are. Guilty myself included. I'd go to starbucks too often because it's convenient stop it and i'll tell him that to myself okay. I'm saying that to myself. I gotta stop. Now we've already waged war on dunkin donuts because their coffee is garbage okay. it's actually really bad starbucks. You probably think it's bad too. But it's everywhere it's ubiquitous so everyone we gotta gotta go buy from the good guys. They have the betsy ross. They had the don't tread on me. They have the victory line. The american patriot minutemen coffee dot com and producer. And i call them the other day and he was like man. This is good coffee. I mean we were just kind of chatting back and forth with it andrew. This is absolutely true. Because i went to school at the university of washington in seattle. Okay you know. It wasn't quite so radical than but donna. And i bonded over the fact that he's up in the pacific northwest. I have experienced in the pacific northwest when you are steeped in the northwest coffee culture. Your coffee better put up or shut up and this coffee is very very good. I will attest it's legitimately. I mean don you you you are following in that heritage. That is certainly true. In many ways probably exceeding this burns. Let's be i appreciate that. Andrew i really do. And i take pride. In the fact that you know we are roasting and small batches. This is one of our roasters directly behind me as you can see the green coffee you know all of our coffee a single origin. All of our coffees orders..
"years later" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Promo code charlie with us dawn. Who started minutemen coffee. How you doing. I'm good shirley. Thanks for having me on today. You bet tell us about why you started minute men and where you really think. This plays a role right now in our country. Well i think we're at a critical time in in our country's history that we've lost sight of the constitution. Coffee is the one thing that brings us together as a nation. I'm in seventeen. seventy three. We all know that the boston keep our took place and john hancock and sam adams and the indians all through the teen. The hovering we became a coffee drinking nation and throughout the course of history cough brings us together and only in recent times. Have we noticed that. The the purchase of coffee coffee's only one of the only commodities that actually purchased based on the beliefs of the roaster as well as the consumer and being a history buff and being a former in a medic in nine eleven shooting survivor. I realized that the constitution has gone so far away from the main stream that i felt compelled to bring it back. Well that that's terrific. And so tell us about what you're doing to partner with the national fallen firefighters foundation and your own work as a medic in las vegas. So my wife and i were in las vegas during the shooting and we are in the vip section when the shooting started we had i had actually just went through. A an asked leans and entertaining. Just believe it or not a few weeks earlier so during the shooting my training ended up getting in and i was blessed to be able to help as many people as we did with the the other medics and fire and police that were there but Coming into now with the national fallen firefighters. It's been twenty years and even though with in light of what's happening you suddenly which asshole other day. I wanted to bring awareness or twenty on the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven. And so what a what perfect partner you have to join with the national fallen firefighters sunday shen to not only raise awareness for the amazing work that doing for all of the loss firefighters. You know we lost three hundred and forty three day. I believe that the statistics are right..
"years later" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"You have no idea to one another plane just hit i. God another plane has just hit another building right into the middle of it. Explosion like it's right in the middle of the building this one into the east. Yes yes i remember. I've sat down with some teenagers this summer and i asked them. Do you guys know about flight. Ninety three none of them knew it and they do know about black lives matter and they do know about critical race. Theory of. And that's what happens when you send your kids to government schools. Unfortunately let's play the sound of air traffic control talk talking about flight. Ninety three cut sixty eight united nine three. You got information on that yet down. Why didn't you land land somewhere up northeast to candidate and so flight. Ninety three was one of the planes. I think there were four. That were total that hijacked and it on its way to washington. Dc and. we don't know for sure it's destination. Speculation is that it was the white house or congress and this was when passengers decided to step up and take back control of the cockpit in what was a kamikaze suicide mission. Essentially now that sounds bad. It wasn't a suicide mission. But you know what i mean. They knew they were going to die. You know my heart. When i say that and the last thing that we heard on the audio brom flight ninety three was let's roll. They went straight right into the cockpit and took down the muslims that were about to try to kill americans. Twenty years ago our world changed. We lost thousands of lives that horrific morning in september over the last twenty years with chaos ensuing brave men and women in our first responder communities entered the call and rushed into the unknown as we watched in horror as the morning unfolded before our very eyes. Three hundred forty. Three firefighters lost their lives that day. Almost all our first responders who answered that call have perished sense. We here at the charlie. Kirk show are proud to partner with minute. Men coffee a company that is unapologetically patriotic and constitutionally based who honors all our men and women who serve and have served in the amazing country that we call home the morning of september twelfth america came together as one to honor all who lost their lives that day and in the days and weeks and years to come i'm excited to announce the official coffee provider for this program. Minutemen coffee is proud to partner with the national fallen firefighters foundation nine eleven tribute roast the patriots. At minute men do not just want to honor. Those lost lives that morning but once honor. All our first responders and military servicemen women with perished since nine eleven. they're seeking to raise awareness of the fact that they put their lives on the line for all of us. No matter where you live anywhere in this country there are firefighters. Medics ellios that have dedicated their lives to protecting and serving hours. We're proud to join.
"years later" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Was just hours before the first plane was hijacked. Now little today know as they did that that release people that were entered into our country because of our foolish immigration policies and we never should've let these nationals into our country and we did immigration could stopped nine eleven and it didn't they were given visitor visas and given flight lessons. We did not know this but they were boarding planes at that very moment to eventually hijack them and so i want to go to cut sixty some of the very first audio from flight eleven that a plane was being hijacked and you have to remember when the first plane went into the tower new york city. People thought it was a mistake. People thought that it was a errant light till the second one hit like sixty american eleven tried to call the fall. I number one and five thousand staff iraq again and then cut sixty two. This is from air air. Traffic control aircraft control air traffic control. Munich the plane has hit the world trade center but sixty two thirty to god. And as i mentioned cut sixty three condoleeza rice. She said she worked for the bush regime that when they when the first plane hit they thought. Oh what a terrible accident. Not that it was a national security threat. Cut sixty three. My assistant came in and said a plane is at the world trade center. And i said well. That's a strange accident. And i call the president. Initially we thought maybe a small point of some kind and he said we'll keep me posted you've been told small twin engine prop land crashed into the world trade center. That's a horrible accident. I was concerned. But i did not think of it as a national security threat and then cut sixty four george w bush's staff when they were watching the news and saw the second plane hit the towers and realize at the same time that america the entire nation was under attack..
"years later" Discussed on The Charlie Kirk Show
"Came storming into our second grade classroom and he said that the world trade centers have been hit. The world trade center has been hit on. Never forget it. Alex A great friend of mine and still is really really great guy and the kind of the classroom went like it was like what are you talking about and i remember in all then all of a sudden kind of like the administration came in the equivalent of the administration at the school. I was going into and then by lunchtime school was cancelled and parents. Pick me up from school and everybody was quiet. My mom was quiet. It was just a day of absolute it in second grade mind. I'm trying to think of the right way process how i was processing it. It was it was like an open air funeral. That's the best way i could put it. It was like the whole country went into a funeral mindset and being in second grade. It's one of my earliest childhood memories. I remember that everything that came. After that and i remember my parents trying to explain exactly what happened at nine eleven to me and it was really hard to process because you're trying to grasp the idea of evil at that age. What do you mean that people took over airplanes and flew them into the world trade center. What what do you mean that airplanes were hijacked cannot happen if we ever fly again and from that point forward my generation at that as a as a point of day that you'll never forget like where were you at pearl harbor day where almost everything is centered around that and then of course the twenty years of war in the middle east and the thousands of people that lost their lives not just at the day of nine eleven but the thousands of people who lost their lives sense. Let's go to cut seventy seven news coverage on how just days before the twentieth anniversary of nine eleven that we have just found two more remains. Were positively identified and that brings total positively identified. Two one thousand six hundred forty six out of the nearly three thousand killed let's play cut seventy-seven seven with just a few days left until the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven terror attacks. Two more victims identified today twenty years later nikita was notified. Her beloved mother has finally been identified. Thanks to new technology. Dna in some of the remains matched. Dorothy old toothbrush making her. The one thousand six hundred forty sixth victim to be positively idead and so as we look at twenty years later at nine eleven we have to do. And this is a call to action for every single adult out there in every single parent which you need to tell this generation didn't grow up with nine eleven. What happened on nine eleven. We have people that work for us at turning point. Usa that have no memory of nine eleven. None you now have a generation of leaders that are going to be growing up with no idea of what it's like where your entire world. All of geopolitics changes almost overnight. Air travel changed for good. How the military change almost everything chain. I know so. Many members of my generation have their own story of where they were and how it happened. And it's really it's really important question. And it's one that you think about it. Osama bin laden and his evil partners they wanna make america less free. They wanted to make america weaker.
"years later" Discussed on The Ten News
"Up next. It's time for ought watch the bag idea trivia on the ten. There is a special exhibit at the nine eleven museum and memorial that recognizes the hundreds of dogs that helped with the search and rescue effort and comforted victims on nine eleven. What is the exhibit called. Is it a helpful canines. Be canine courage or see cuddly. Canines did you guess it. The answer is b. The special exhibit is called. Canine courage the letter k. And then the number nine is police. Shorthand for the word. Canine c. a. n. i n. The exhibit recognizes the cards of the dogs that supported the search and rescue effort that day. The exhibit came together after photographers charlotte. Domes- traveled around the us and took portraits of fifteen of the retire dogs. Those photos and many showing the dogs that work make up the exhibit. You can see some of the pictures of these courageous canines and read more about the exhibit at the lincoln. Our show notes. Thanks brave doggies okay. That's it times up. That's the end of the ten for today. Thank you so much for listening to this special episode. Make sure to talk to the grownups in your household if you have questions. And we've included a link to the nine eleven memorial museum website for more resources about how to discuss terrorism and the impact of nine eleven with your family by learning in discussing. We can all work together to build community and understanding. Here's a last note for the grownups. They say listening to the ten news. Look out for new episodes on tuesdays thursdays and extras on saturdays. You can go deeper into today's stories by visiting the ten news dot com. The ten news is a co production of small but mighty media and next chapter podcast in is distributed by iheartradio. The tendons creative team is reflecting. Today includes tracy crooks. Pete must've andrew hall and natalie alonzo penalty kirkland contributed to this episode and special. Thanks to alan grads for joining us today. And to fifth grade teacher tally. Good can from the san francisco school for introducing us to allen's work our production director is jeremiah tomorrow and our executive juicers are donald albright and show creator. Tracy leads kaplan. I'm bethany van delve and thanks for listening to the news. Don't forget to check out our show notes today..
"years later" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"An animalistic year is a bit under five minutes longer than a tropical year. Okay so we've tackled the concept of a year next. We need to address the concept of anniversaries. The word anniversary comes from latin and the word and ever serious and it is made up of the words honest which means year and versus which means turning. So if you ever want to be that person and someone says. They're celebrating a six month anniversary or a six week anniversary. You can smugly tell them that. It is impossible because an anniversary literally means an annual celebration. Weddings birthdays are the anniversaries in most commonly celebrated in the case of weddings or traditional gifts. Which are usually given there are different. Lists out there for what gifts are supposed to be. Given based on year anniversary is being celebrated the traditional one year anniversary gift in the united states is paper and in the uk the traditional one year anniversary gift is con- or paper. These supposed modern gift one year anniversary is a clock and therefore i suppose an ultra-modern gift would be an atomic clock. The whole idea of having different gifts for every different year of an anniversary is a rather new invention. It only goes back to nineteen thirty seven and surprise it was created by the american national retail. Jewellers association so we've covered. What a year is we've covered. What anniversary is now. We'll finish the topic by discussing this podcast. The idea for this show actually goes back a few years. The initial idea was a weekly or bi. Weekly show that went super in depth on a single topic similar to what i do now but fewer much longer shows. I actually credited list of episode ideas and began doing research. I found myself with enough material on the first show to do like a two or three hour program. The first show is going to be explaining. Why the mona. Lisa was the most famous painting in the world. A show that long is difficult to create difficult to produce and most importantly difficult to keep. Someone's attention. I had already paid for the art work in the theme music but i decided to put the project aside and just focus on my travel website and doing travel photography when the pandemic hit. It hit me really hard. Because i had all my eggs in the basket of the travel industry i never in my wildest dreams imagined that the entire multi trillion dollar travel and tourism industry could just disappear overnight yet. That's exactly what happened. People stopped traveling. Travel company stopped. All advertising and marketing campaigns..
"years later" Discussed on Everything Everywhere Daily
"This episode might seem sort of disjointed but everything has to do with the theme of this podcast one year anniversary so with that said. Let's start with the idea of what eight year is. The definition of a year is simple enough into the time it takes for a planet to complete one orbit around its star. Different planets have different lengths of a year. A year on mercury only takes eighty eight days a year. Neptune takes about one hundred and sixty five earth years. Believe it or not there is more than one way to measure a year on earth. Cubans have traditionally measured a year from solstice.
"years later" Discussed on The Semi-Social Life of a Black Introvert Podcast
"My friend. I just want to go somewhere in which i don't feel black i. I'm looking for a non black space because the past year really really been really for a lifetime. But it's been heightened for the past really five years four years. I'm so conscious of my black skin. That sometimes i just i just don't want to be conscious of it. This is this is being real completely. Ru and i came to an understanding of this i. I went to go play basketball. Never play basketball in years. And and i was just shooting and i was playing. I was just enjoying life. I was just joined the moment. And i realized once i start once i got in my car i realized like oh. My gosh aaron. You weren't thinking about being black worried about shooting at the who you're just worried about dribbling. You're just worried about hitting the next shot. I wasn't worried about getting shot hitting the next shot. But as soon as i got in the car and i realized where i was i realized what neighborhood i was in. I realized that. I left the court. And i left my. My sanctuary does little place a piece in which i was cutting the moment as soon as the car put on my seatbelt. Also put on the realization that black man and nice neighborhood playing basketball. Be careful getting home. I don't like going to the grocery store. I don't like going shopping or like that. Because i am a black man in america i run at night every night i go out and run to clear my mind and i was say ninety percent of means just in the moment ninety percent amis is is enjoying the run but there's at ten percent army the same air. You know what neighborhood iran you know. You're black man. in america. You see that confederate flag but house. Every time.
"years later" Discussed on Today, Explained
"Money the surviving residents of greenwood couldn't get back the live state lost but they tried to get compensation for all the property and businesses that had been destroyed. They filed insurance claims and lawsuits against the city. But very few people were ever paid in fact. This massacre investigated early on by a state. Grand jury congressman hank johnson representing georgia's fourth district which concluded that it was a race riot and the race riot was precipitated by the black people whose community got burned and so based on that finding all of the claims that were filed by the greenwood victims. They were denied any kind of insurance coverage and of course any kind of of compensation for what had happened to them last week. Congressman johnson introduced the tulsa greenwood massacre claims accountability act legislation that would give the victims and their descendants. Another shot at restitution is going to take an act of congress literally in order for them to have the courthouse doors open so that they can press their claims in accordance with federal law. Why do we need legislation as a remedy to this problem under the low a case can be time barred because one waited too long in order to assert the claim. And so it's a technical defense that's available to every defendant who get sued and so we have to have a low that would wave that statute of limitations period. Not play any reason other than the fact that the delay was induced by fraud and it was not the fault of the plaintiffs that they could not assert their claims. In a timely manner it was because of state action so we need to undo that state action and also Give these claimants. An opportunity to claim damage under law that did not exist at the time and of course. This legislation opens the federal courthouse doors. Not the state courthouse but the federal courthouse doors full litigation by these climates. I think that's an important distinction that you make here is that you're not guaranteeing any kind of reparation here. You're just simply opening up the available avenues. People can pursue this accountability through the courts. You're just making it available to them. Is that correct. That's exactly right. This legislation is not about in a of reparation. It's about opening the courthouse doors so that the claimants can go into court and in accordance with With the low assert their claims for damages in damages that flow from what happened a hundred years ago can be quantified and so the personal property the real estate the lives of the people themselves who were killed The descendants of those who were killed have causes action to assert for the value of the life of those who were killed. And then when you start talking about the generational wealth these descendants could have benefited through generational wealth transfer which did not happen as a result of everything going up in smoke and being denied compensation at the outset. So all these years you can quantify the effects of the loss and they would be in my opinion substantial is their support congress for your bill in particular amongst republicans in the house and senate. I don't think we have any republican co sponsors in the house and we're still working on a leader in the senate to sponsor this legislation there but momentum is building in the house. Everyday we get more and more. Co sponsors congressman. You held a hearing on this legislation a couple of weeks ago. And you heard the testimony as we all did from three centenarians who shared their remembrances of surviving the tulsa massacre. What did you make of their testimony yet. They the testimony was poignant Mr van The talking about the the yes. He actually got up during his testimony a hundred years later. He is still visibly affected by what happened to him. We aren't just black and white pictures on eight screen. We are and i was there when it happened. I'm still here. The ladies who testified reminded me of the Elderly people in my family that i have known my grandmother's my aunts and how they used to set on the back porch. Talk about things but then when we came around young people they would shush up and stopped talking and he never let us know what they were talking about but we found out later what had happened the night of the massacre. I was awakened by my family. My parents and five siblings were there was so we had to leave in. That was it. I will never forget the violence of the mob when we live for her home. I still see black. Men send being shot black bodies lying in the street still smell smoke and see are still see black businesses being burn. I still hear airplanes. Flying overhead. hear the screams Lived through the mask. Every day counter may forget history. But i cannot you know it was really a strong sense of Appreciation for what these folks have been through what they have endured and what they have accomplished in their time on this earth and for them to be able to appear before congress in a hearing that was televised to the nation and i felt You know it was deeply motivating for me. And i'm sure for my colleagues. Who were there with me. Thank you very much congressman. I appreciate your time and appreciate your work on the behalf of these survivors. And what's sure to stay in touch. Yes sir you have a great day and thank you for allowing me to be on today. Filling in for sean roms firm. I'm jim smith. It's today explained.
"years later" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"years later" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"I love doing this with you guys Get more time with my daughter wartime with my wife. Just be kind of work on What's most important in than Just try to apply myself more in the things that i enjoy doing. Better positives you know. What are some goals that you want to work on I i just want to continue my Fitness journey in in Just just working on myself Self improvement i guess overall self-improvement But still Appreciate what i've done and appreciate what what others have done for me. You know i. I wanna move forward but every now and then stop and smell the roses. Just be grateful for everything that i had just become wiser. It's that's my yeah. Yeah man I agree with you there like it just for me. There's no going back you know there's no going back. You gotta be definitely got a new perspective. Or at least i do. I've got me perspective on on life and how things can change from one from one day to the next you know all of a sudden you're mind your business and then she just bugging gets uppercutted like a different you know and there's all kinds of life changing events happening people's like some of them. Are you know impact tons of people other ones might just impact you but either way man like the way look at it. It's like well you know what what's important to me. What do i wanna do you know. And what i wanna do now. My answer to that question is well. I gotta start doing more for myself. You know like For a long time sometimes you just kind of look at like other people in sometimes you gotta like work on yourself in a date night. I was to do that this year in an throughout last year. And then now. I can move over to think about. Well how can i make things better.
"years later" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"B j j. f. jumped on board and started doing some tournaments. I wanna sing like quarter three and quarter four again only in texas and florida. But that was as far as as much as jujitsu as i got. You know What about you were able to sneak in any training during the lockdown man. You know just like what you said you know like people garage here and there but like not much to be honest with like it's a little bit more like close contacts so i really didn't want to do it as much in then for you know like a been saying afternoon lot more standup than i have been doing. Ju jitsu for past like two years So for me. It was more like Like i said. I have a heavy bag in in my garage and then i have a heavy a double n. Bag so i was just doing a lot of that. You know just looking up different story on youtube or just different drills that i can run on those things and then you know going out running. I kind of like ron especially when add a stressful day. Like the one of the things that i that distresses me so like. Just go out run. Come back if heavy bag or the land bag just to get some much technique in and Yeah like that's kind of what. I did every once in a while just like couple times a couple of times in the summer of twenty twenty. I did go to a buddies garages. We got a couple of roles But you know recently. I had been doing moy tie training With my with my coach dodo. Shout out and But it was just most of the time he was him and i and it was just like one of those days where there was nobody else knew jim just to so ray with a khaki a good distance and then we would just work on every bag so we just run different girls who gave us it would give me a drill and he just had me drill it out a bunch of times and he would be there with me. So that's kinda will were doing. Just doing different drills on the heavy bag different drills with work like he brought out like you know the i what they're call. They're just like the the ladder. Put down on the on the ground in two. Different footwork drills. So yeah i'll you know a lot of that a lot of that kinda shit so that was really helpful because that's kind of stuff. I never did in a really helped dominance me especially when it came to light my foot work and you know if you guys know your fool work is like fucking like half of what up is if you're working right like you're not gonna have good speed. You're now going to have good. You're not gonna have to balance so that stuff that i never trained before a lot so that was kind of cool in especially because there was nobody else was just kind of like a one training but nice man. Yeah say that yeah. That was pretty cool so show yeah shadows because storrow right there man get some baby. Yeah all right well you know how about now that things are kind of. I mean eighty got back. Got both of shots i got. Why mom and dad got both of their shots. You.
"years later" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"Fucked. That guy. no no once he says wants things open up. Big pay per view. Cards touchy palace. Yeah see blurred. He said when. I see it so i believe we need to be in the front row over when he told us van was come in three ten years later. All right hedy tell us wenfu so so you some bring along with doing all that all that extra yard work that all. Yeah i mean. Vina's the yard work in being catching up on that. And another thing. That i was able to do was just like you said. I've got to read a lot. And i read one book that in particular colleges like gave me a kick in the ass and then i kinda needed you know and that was i upset it. Multiple times man was jensen cerro. You are bad ass. And i mean maybe it really wasn't so much what she said but i mean i kinda was everything that..
"years later" Discussed on Jiu-Jiteiros C2C
"All of us you me because in an eddie you know we started throwing ideas around in and we came up with this idea for this show and really it was for us so that way we can hang out in bullshit and mess around but man's we started this. I feel like we've gone. Our close friends have been have become even closer. You know but the podcast aside. I was frustrated as fuck. And i still am. Because there's a lot of. I don't wanna see like peop- i don't want to call people names but people are just willing to listen to whoever without even asking for facts are associated so i'm just gonna believe it so and so said this so i'm just gonna listen to that and i feel like it's because of the people that we were around that we've been in this situation for so long. I mean we have so many freedoms you have the right to do whatever you want in this country. You aren't go shoot a bottle rocket up your ass. Go for it. You can do it. You want to live on the hill. You wanna leave by the ocean. You want sports car. You wanna ride your motorcycle with no helmet on. There's places where you can do all that stuff but wearing a mask. That was just too much for too. Many people and a lot of people didn't even believe that this thing was that cova was even real for the simple fact that they were just there weren't even good at math. You know they realize percent at a scam. Dimic like yeah. Yeah it was a perfect storm. This cove thing and it was an election year and some people may or may not have taken advantage of and push their own agenda on top of this and that surely didn't help. I believe and we needed a lot of people to step up and some people dropped the ball. You know and you could try to talk to people about it. But if they weren't open to what you were saying it just you couldn't have those those lines of communication and i'm gonna tell you guys i live up in the foothills. There's not. I didn't realize there were so many doctors and scientists that lived in my community because everybody knew about this. I'm kidding bullshit. They didn't know shit about shit for a long time. People were going about their business wearing masks. Doing whatever going into the stores. You know what i'm doing their own thing and i didn't really care just like i said before. This is a free country. You can do what you want. I wore a mask from day. One i still wear a mask. And i got both jot so same here. I kind of feel like we're we're we're so deep in this now that people are just forced to have in a wear the mask but there's still a lot of people out there that don't you know what do you guys think about. I mean i don't wanna get into that. I don't want but are well i mean speak on. What do you have to say about that. What do you think about people that were saying coming up. I'm not gonna say excuses but they're coming up with these reasons for why they shouldn't wear a mask..
"years later" Discussed on Restaurant Tales
"He's acting funny is that is. Check your phone about two minutes. Whalen just getting surprised. Every getting new report support her account. There's nothing i don't create content on tiktok tiktok works. I'm still going to report you. Just like harassment. Tiktok counties his locked out. Can you report someone for lack of appreciation. Somehow hurting quayle's feelings again. There are other. They're on my right. That yeah yeah. That's honestly fair. I support that decision for being grew. He's gonna do meet picked me. You're gonna black me. Only the was a joke. Imrie i i hear tiktok. Oh no. that's the hope. That's brady's phone makes me so happy yet again. Emily yet again. Sign your at six hundred thousand followers. That's a pretty golden number to be at sixty nine thousand. Yeah do you want me to fuck that up. I think you're one follow is what if what if it turns to seventy thousand and one. I like it. we're gonna follow it. I mean this is fine. This is okay. I literally said seventy earlier and he just called me out for lying saying i'm only sixty nine. Thanks well emily's speechless a little bit. Read right now. yeah that's true. Are you disappointed in yourself. A little bit. And now i am. That's fair. you should be another funny thing is if she will never brought up i would never do. I have seventy thousand people to worry emily. It's fine yeah. No i see that big of in crease on instagram. i have on tiktok. Instagram just been weird league. I don't know it's I don't know if it's like adjustments and thumbs or what they're doing but yeah it's been. It's been a little different recently but you know such as life. That's okay talking to microphones and seeing what happens. So do your two of this so you know. But how is life ben for you man. How how's work going. I mean it's su- crisslow still as we still are. We still are on restrictions. Stuff like that So as to the point where..