7 Burst results for "Abba David"
"abba david" Discussed on Dogma Debate
"It's not a calm conversation like this. Because the emotions are running so high and I understand why. But When people say all lives, matter and protesters are upset by that. They're not upset because the person is wrong. They're upset because the person is missing the point so back on my analogy of your house, being on fire in the neighborhood. If the police, the fire department comes down the street and putting your fire out. Imagine me screaming at the at the Fire Department. My house matters to. Right. Wouldn't you say in that moment? while both of our homes are equally important that me yelling for my front yard that my house is just as important as yours would be. noncompassionate would be missing. The point of your despair in would be drawing attention away. From your, crisis. Well I could see that one, but that's not what I'm saying. That's not what the people that I know in love or saying they're not saying that you know you can have a situation where somebody can say something, and it can be genuine and can be authentic level of concern. For. All lives no matter what their color or creed or background, and it's genuine. It's Authentic SA- genuine concern there. It's not just a slogan. You truly believe that everybody has been made in the image of God and therefore every single life is of infant worth God. The other stuff is just incidentally the fact that they are human beings that are made in the image of God. and. Somebody could say that they can mean that. They can be absolutely sincere about that. That black houses black lives matter to me just as much as white lives and white houses, and you can mean APP and offensively genuinely be true, but other people may not be willing to accept that. What will? What I said though Brian because it misses the point of the crisis. I'm not look. I'M NOT GONNA. Argue with you that that that other people's lives are important in and I've never heard never once. Have I heard any protest or any Hashtag any activist on twitter? Say That white people do not matter ever. It's it's the the argument is the argument is that the racial disparity in our country has disproportionately affected African Americans and native Americans by the way, and it's a it's a moment that we all need to rise up together and say this particular population should not be treated so badly, and they're having a moment of crisis, and we can either stand with them as allies and say. Let's treat everybody respectfully in equally in in your case, because they are made in the image of God. Because you have a Christian viewpoint for me, it's from a humanist standpoint without religion I. Still think there live is just as important as mine, and so we can either stand with them as as as white people. Or we can scream that our houses just important, even though it's not on fire. And I think screaming that all lives matter were saying all lives. Matter is tone deaf. tone-deaf means it may be technically true, but you're missing the tone of the issue Abba David what you're doing, is you're you're making up your own interpretation and your own slant? On what I'm saying and that's unjust. That's no way to treat somebody else. That's May in the of. No I'm so you're if if you refuse to accept that guy's insistence and that guy's information that all lives matter to him that black lives matter to him just as much as white lives matter to him, and he genuinely means that and you're not willing to accept that. Then you're the ones that's being unjust. 'cause you're treating him differently well because of his rice. Well I think no. No, because of his race I, I've had I've had conversations with African Americans who are conservative Christians who have said all lives matter and it. It makes my skin crawl. I don't disagree with someone because of their race I think. It comes down to. Ingredient in basic counseling in basic counseling Brian. Is Let's say, marriage, counseling or basic conflict resolution. We learned validate right. If you're in a relationship and your wife says you know the way you talk to me today, really upset me and I'm so angry rather than you immediately going into defense mode, and saying I didn't say what you think you misunderstood. The first step is to validate. To show her that her feelings matter she's important and that you understand he's hurting. That's step one. So, in invalidating someone else's feelings. You're basically just saying I. understand that you're hurt. And then you move into the fact portion right then you say things like I'm sorry that upset you. I didn't intend to create that problem. What I said was this and then that point that person feels validated. They feel heard. They feel that you have compassion for them. And then they can listen and have a conversation with you, but if your wife tells you, she's upset with you and you immediately say that's not what I said and accused her of misunderstanding. That's never going to go well right, so imagine a situation where? A woman comes to me and says. I was sexually assaulted. By this by this guy over here, I was sexually assaulted and. She says I was assaulted. I was attacked. And She's like you know there's a real problem in this country of men groping women and sexually assaulting women. In that moment, my first response to her if it is. Hey not, all men attack women. That's just being in defense mode. That's missing the point that is being tone deaf right so if she she had a personal problem. She is noticing a pattern in her life. If I just respond with a factual statement that not all men are rapists. That's missing the point. Even though it's true, it's not being compassionate. It's not listening, and it's not understanding that other person so what we're doing by saying black lives, matter were validating their crisis mode. We're acknowledging that their houses on fire were standing with them to say..
"abba david" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"Later where he has to interview these two white men. One of whom is very Very racist very proud to be racist and so he comes into office and he's you know he's just regular whatever but when these men come in he puts the sunglasses on and they clearly signals to the audience and then the little titter that went through the audience tastic. It was. Yeah well you know. Those glasses represent to me You know another aspect of why I think why people especially then did not want black folks to look them in the eyes and step off the sidewalk this and the other was they did not want to be challenged. So you know the only time Captain Richie Davenport. Where's those glasses when he's confronting white men Captain Taylor who's and that's another issue in the play. Just the fact that cat my character is of equal rank to Jerry O'CONNELL's character capital Taylor and he just can't get used to and he does. The whole model is used to black folks. He says the uniforms and the bars and the ranked does not look right on Negros. So that's that's where we go and that's what my character is is confronting from the very beginning. So it's his way of also intimidating white men to say I'm I'm I'm looking in your eye but you just can't see my eyes. I'm not looking away looking down. And and and in that scene he says take those glasses off because getting to him. These glass do my job and I liked them. Because they're like Macarthur's general MacArthur. Always gets a good a good laugh but I love that that that coloring and that that texture to the character put in there something magical. Yeah I'm GonNa Watch this. I promise I'm hello. Yes come back. Stay home by. We'll go back spying. Is We. Let that sounds lovely. So if you I mean my fingers and toes across come on Tony Nominations nomination come onto. At which point you will be one step closer to ego thing? Oh well that would be get him go there. Let me say this to box check. That's great I mean it's wonderful because you mentioned your interest in history and the source of your emmy the source of your Your Grammy is kind of really interesting. Just again your interests outside of your regular kind of work You got the emmy for give And then you go the grammy for The second world for an inconvenient truth. And it's kind of like. Oh what's he gonNA also going to get the Oscar Fall it's exciting. It's nice to kind of listen. I don't know if you know this But you're you're very talented and it's it's a tree again as we said it's a kind of see that kind of thing rewarded. I know that often times the powers that be do not recognize talent and ability and hard work in a way that you think is appropriate and some of that is subjective. Some of it is whatever but I do think that there is historically. We know this and it's very provable. But oftentimes people don't get their flowers at any point and so it's always a treat when oh someone's doing work on someone's getting the applause. They're getting the noticed. Also because so much of the notice on the applause is tied again to your quote and so again. It's kind of like it's important when we WANNA go make your own and it's like Of course we're making our own. There was a reason why the official channels that we know. We know why that matters as well and I think in the course of career and considering especially how long have you been doing this and how well you've been doing that should be rewards that our parents and we see them and that makes us feel good and so it does have that feeling of like. Oh Yeah when you win. It's kind of like it's like you know. I know I didn't win but I kind of did because I'm fine. Uh and it's nice to see so that's why I'm pushing for the Tony. So the turnover is are out there. Go see this film accordingly. Thank you for saying that you know. The enemy was one for producing show as you mentioned. God gave about philanthropy And I mentioned that because you know so much of what we do is is about giving back is about entertaining performing all of that. But it's it's about trying to be selfless but it but it is nice when people notice the work and I know I I just know of too many too many incredibly talented people who used to people doing the work and aren't being knowledge but to if you were given the opportunity to even get the work So that's why and the reason I mention gave. That's why I started focusing on producing product to give more people opportunities to tell their story now. That's non scripted unscripted piece just looking to do more projects where actors are hired directors and producers hired. Abbas David as a dear friend for twenty some odd years but she's also one of my heroes because of what she's been able to accomplish in the way she's employing specifically black women as directors and filmmakers So that's that's that's where my main focus is. I must continue to do my work and do my thing but if I can open up other opportunities for other people to my production company in other ways and means that. I'm focused on doing that. To write his along those lines you have a film that recently opened at Sundance. That was just picked up By Hulu called bad hair directed by Justin Simeon. Who IS He directed dear white people. Yet create yeah So I feel like that speaks to Your need to pull people up with you and make sure that everyone is getting their Their opportunities even if you just have on your just there you know as a supporting role or whatever it's still that's that's major to be like. I have Blair underwood fell right. Thank you and you're a bad here. I don't play a big role in it. But he's he said you know I did a little run dear white people. Would you come on board? I said Yeah. Like Abbas first movie you know I met her when I was doing. City of angels four years as a black drama and hospital fantasy and she was the publicist was hired to promote that directing and just just loved adored her spirit in her. Dr Hustled Her passion but a brilliance also So yeah so she calls. Yeah I'll show up and just in calls. Yeah I'll show you know if I have the time and I can do it. Why not why not right? I love her by love it. It's great before we go. I have to just play a clip for you. So I mentioned before we we have mentioned you with love and respect on this show because obviously a fans and we've been watching for so long and so we had one of the one of the friends of the show Davina. She's hilarious. She's fantastic and she we were talking about. You know certain people over the years and she said. I'm glad you mentioned because Harry's someone that I have loved for very long time. She used to watch you and she was younger on L. A. Law with her mom and her grandma party her grandma. You look like Sam Cook. And so she was then so we have a local from one. We spoke to Vena about you being just some kind of version of Ibn being Blair being blending Blais you know and this is what she said and I just want to play this so you can hear or two thousand twenty and I see him on sex and the city. He played Miranda's boyfriend for a few episodes. And that time I was like yes. This man is finest hell. Yes okay grandma again it. Yes and now. I'm in my thirties. And as an even more mature woman he is even hotter to me because Blair underwood is like a grown man. He's grown fine and it's like the older I get the more I appreciate him. It's like my thirst gets more potent at age. I just he's just fine. I just want to watch him do stuff even little things like like listening to watch him take off his watch at the end of the day. Vitas going in. That is hilarious. We love about loving wants to watch you. Take off your watch at the end of the day and that to me is the epitome of first aid kit words not. Yeah someone's someone's what I just Wanna I just WanNa Watch you take off. Your water is such a specific kind. I've never heard that..
"abba david" Discussed on VIEWS with David Dobrik and Jason Nash
"Dumpster. I what's up guys can be no shit podcast. That's what was actually music. Hey guys okay so if you're an older person that just didn't podcast. That was a joke. We did for the younger crowd. Now we're going to dial in. Yeah we're up. Dial in already that you could just hear the shift in tone right there because Jason changed my word from little kid words to grown up words and now we're dialing into more adult audience. Doing your forty. What are we going to do? You'll be all grown up. I'll visit your your grave once or twice a week. Listen let's get back to the. Let's go back to the audience. We should try to be more intellectual on this podcast that you have been so dumb and I've I've been so much smarter I've been reading all the comments and like David so much smarter and more intelligent than Jason. Let's comments where the comments on the PODCAST. Oh there's so many of them you gotta go all over the comments. That's are all they're all talking about. How intellectual I am and how? You're slowing down everything and let me tell me some of the intellectual topics that you've exposed on. Are you talking to you about anything. What do you want to know about thoughts on fifty first dates? Is that what you mean as the top tournament. You're you WANNA know where this guy's the fact that you talk about iron man every week as a question okay. What Democratic Party has winning the election this year Democratic Party? I mean listen taken from a guy who likes to party so you have. Have you had the Democratic Party and you also have parties right so so you gotta you gotTa be in the middle and my heart is so so. What was your question you know? The election is yeah couple couple of companies that you're going to be so like such a mess but pretty pretty decently successful at the same time. Now I never did you know what. Let me tell you something I know. I know I am a mess. I come around here and I am a mess and I smell and pants are falling down because I forget to put a belt on every day. It's so weird. I almost saw your pianist because your pants were falling down. Looked like literally like an old man. I don't know folks home. That's like walking walking around. Who Shit himself and his pants are weighing down and their mind made the other day? who was a sweetheart? I love her to death she she goes. She doesn't speak English that well but she's just goes Jay he sent belt. Wanted me to get your belt. And that's like not her job to me and I was like. Oh Yeah Yeah. That's a good idea. You are you about She just handed it to me. Put It on me but yeah but my point was. This is my point before I had this job. The one I would go to the gym I would work out. I would shower. I was a I would go to a normal life like I really did when I was married like I had time to be a human being. I literally don't have time like you say that Bro. I shower every day shower. I shower every Gabay. Forget to put a belt on. It's like after we're done blogging at eleven. PM It's like you go on a high-speed chase in like gravel and like you have a full night life. I don't know about like you fucking go all the way to Vegas. You're in like you're you're crawling through sewers trying to get away for people and adjust when the sun starts to rise you start making your way way back to my house here in town and you pretend like you weren't out all night and Yeah Okay David I know I know I wanna get together. You Know Jeff. We're in Miami. I helped him with this video and he went out and he bought me a brand new fix makeover video. Yeah literally like an hour in I just fucking spill coffee all over it. Yeah I just don't think I got like Ferrari Greece on it. I just don't think I don't think using your you being busies an excuse to not shower. I do shower case she is. That is the busiest I I know I mean he wasn't. He's doing daily. Vox and he ran fifteen fucking miles a day. That's because you're calling me. You're telling me you can't turn on. Okay here's an example. Why I'm not put together rather why I can't put a belt on at dinner tonight? I'm having a great time with my kids with my mom. David calls me he goes. Are you coming over here. I go yeah I go and I got like L. panicked. I was like all right. He's ready and I go. Everybody do the podcast he goes. Yeah I'm ready like that and then I come over here and you're fucking asleep and your second channel video isn't done. It took you a long time so I fall asleep and and you know I went to bed because I was worried because it was taking you so long anyone worry anymore so I said maybe if I sleep my word worried my worries. We'll go because I was like whereas Jason. I hope I'm going to be worried about all the time when the wind up. Fuck have you ever worried about your words. Once you've never worked one time you're in the Tesla and I was in the way back. And he took a speed bump so fast. I hit my head on the top of the fucking Tesla and I go out. David he goes. I'm going to do the exact same thing right now. Don't pray that you you did. That was a rough week for me yesterday. Maybe worried about me ever. Yeah you're never out of the podcast cast and I hate the fucking double standard. That goes on around here. What's the double standard Europe? So nice to everybody you give everybody a fucking pass but me all all the time lower eyeshot okay fine but even if I didn't chart that wouldn't be a reason not to give me a trick question. My question is listen. Listen you're you're very a busy right. You're very busy. Let's say the president running over here to not do the podcast. I could've gone a shot. I could add to our Jerry. I'm sitting here watching question. Why is it that Jason Nash? Comedy blogs can't stand under a shower faucets and the president of the United States fucking freshly cleaned every second. He's up because does he doesn't have someone fucking telling him to come over and work when all your rights and work to do when your son would on the couch. You're out you're out all night you're already in IRA- worst boss free other world leader. Say You lie your father. I bother you more than every every other countries leader bothers the president. You you you call me all the time and so you're complain about her job complain about my hygiene that's why you'd have an easier job being the president of the United States and being a Youtuber that lives here in studio city working working with you. Yeah I do. I think I'd have more time to clip my toenails or shower. Oh Nafta kids that are going to fucking take care of. Our current president goes golfing a lot. So maybe you. Why Golf No have you ever seen the now once on the three years I've known you? Abbas Abbas David Hill to the links. Today no I never do that right. I mean that's the thing is like A. Why is everybody so much fucking shit you guys? You're so lucky you guys sit around here all your little fucking twentysomethings. I see what I love that you don't show her. I'm just doing it just for the podcast. fucking greatest thing. No you know I do do this this. None of this would work. If you were like the coolest clean his dude in the world like it works because you're so different than every other human right. I like you know what I first started doing these videos. I used to complain about like Shit like I used to be like. I wished like I wished Jason and was tain album. I wish they would take their videos more seriously. I used to complain Shit like that's stupid. The reason videos work is because because they just like hanging out and having fun I got at the record. It right and that's kind of the special about you dated yes you come up your fucking huge as your gross piece of Shit. Ah You're so disgusting that it works. I don't think he grows and honestly and you haven't showered in two weeks now. You've been killing it if you've been venturing every day for this at least at least fifteen days you've made serious strides key date while we're on it while we're complimenting you. I looked at you yesterday when we dinner and I was like. Wow He's very thin. What's going on? I need to borrow seventy five dollars. No I'm out of money. I'm out of money. Yeah you know what sometimes I watch your videos and I go out of money. Yeah 'cause I just watch the second channel bit where you gave someone ten thousand dollars that I didn't even know about and then I'm not GonNa Brag but but I know a lot about what David's up to in his videos I know what he's planning I I'm privy to a lot of information and then I'm sitting there while you were sleeping Joe's cutting this clip futures is giving some random fucking ten grant and I was like I go to jail. I go what is this. I guess he was like a college and I I was like you're angry. I was at a college and I was at a college. And these these kids donated the most host the can drive okay so I gave him A..
"abba david" Discussed on Murder Minute
"None of the reporters who had been on the scene saw this this the police also claimed that this Frenchie had been found with blood on his socks and under his fingernails. The explanation the police gave for why the eye. Witnesses failed to recognize Amir Ben Ali and the fact that he didn't match the John's description was that he was not the John at all these theorized that after the John left room thirty one Amir Ben. Ali had crept upped across the hull robbed and murdered Kerry Brown then returned to his room just five days. After the murder chief-inspector Barnes confidently announced that Amir Ben Ali Aka Frenchie was the killer Amir Ben Ali was arraigned on April thirtieth and held in the tombs until his trial opened on June twenty fourth eighteen eighteen ninety one the court appointed Abraham Levy as a mere Ben Ali's council as. He could not afford an attorney and found interpreter from Algeria. So that French who spoke little English could at least appear to participate his own defense district attorney Delancey nickel and Chief Assistant Francis Willman prosecuted inspector your Byron's and four officers testified character. Witnesses from the area testified for the prosecution that Amir Ben Lee Eh led a debauched life and frequented the Sordid Hotel. The prosecution called three medical experts. Who testified that an analysis of Ben Ali's fingernail scrapings his socks and of the bloodstains in room thirty one room thirty three and and the hallway showed quote intestinal contents of food elements all in the same degree of digestion? Exactly the identity suggesting that their blood analysis showed that all of the bloodstains resulted from blood flowing from the abdominal injuries. He's Kerry Brown on cross examination. The experts were not able to state with certainty that the blood was even human. The defense argued that the blood evidence was circumstantial at best but Frenchy proved a terrible witness in his own defense on the stand. Ben Ali sometimes seem to understand English at other times. He claimed and not to understand questions even after they had been translated into his native dialect. Making it easy for the prosecution to get Frenchie. She to contradict himself on cross examination. A New York Times Article Road quote at times. The man was dramatic at other times. Tears poured down his cheeks and at all times his gestures were interesting. Sometimes ludicrous. He frequently swore before Allah. Aw that he was innocent but Frenchy was believed. The jury left to deliberate on July third eighteen. Eighteen ninety one at one point. During the two hour deliberation the jury was pulled at eleven in favor of first degree murder and just one on hold out for second degree murder with jurors anxious to be done by the fourth of July the agreed to return a unanimous verdict of guilty of second degree murder and on July tenth eighteen ninety one Amir Bonelli was sentenced to life imprisonment cement in sing-sing later one juryman commented that he believed that the jury had been packed in that the Ben Ali verdict had not been fair after he was convicted. The press dropped their theory that carry Braun had been murdered by Jack The ripper and instead focused their efforts on freeing the man that they believed had been falsely convicted of murder. Word on the street was that Frenchie had been framed. Some believed that the murderer was a blonde sailor who sailed for the Far East others. I still believed that old Shakespeare really had been murdered by Jack The ripper but no one believed that Amir Ben Ali could possibly have been the famous white chapel chapel killer. Francis Coils also known as karate now was murdered by the river in February if eighteen ninety one just two months before Kerry Brown and her John Checked into room. Thirty one travel time from London to New York by steamer took roughly one week. Many believed the Jack The ripper had seen inspector Byron's comments in the papers and accepted accepted his challenge in that. The police had framed. Amir Ben only chose to save Byron's reputation when his appeals failed Amir Ben Ali became depressed and in eighteen ninety three he was moved from sing-sing to the New York State Asylum for insane criminals at Matiwane journalist Jacob Rees continued. He knew to champion Bente lease innocence. Even after Ben Elise own lawyers had given up Frenchie is crazy. They told the journalist first and has better off where he is than liberty but Jacob Rees refused to give up as a police reporter for the New York Sun at the time of the murder reese had been among the first to arrive on the scene and he knew firsthand that there had been no trail of blood as us. Past chief-inspector Thomas Barnes found it increasingly difficult to fight reformers and his links to the corruption of Tammany Hall and in Eighteen Ninety five the new New York Police Commissioner Future President Theodore Roosevelt forced Thomas. Byron's to resign. Finally in nineteen to the work of several journalists lists including Jacob Rees and Charles Edward Russell finally convinced the governor that the blood evidence and the Kerry Brown case had been either accidentally early or deliberately tampered with and that the state had convicted an innocent man nearly eleven years after the murder governor. Benjamin B Odell received a pardon application for Amir Ben Ali based on new evidence a Danish man who matched the description of the John Given by both the hotel housekeeper. Mary Mentor and Mr Kelly had worked for several several weeks in the spring of eighteen. Ninety one at Cranford New Jersey about fifteen miles from the city he had been absent from Cranford on the night of the murder. On April twenty third eighteen ninety one and disappeared entirely several days later among the objects left behind his room were a bloody shirt and a brass key bearing tag with the number thirty one matching the keys used at the East River Hotel. Police had never provided an explanation for the missing key nor have they ever attempted to find the John that carry Braun was last seen with reporter Jacob Rees submitted a witness Abba David based on his direct observation at the East River Hotel. He stated that he had not seen blood on the door of either thirty three Over thirty one or in the hallway. The governor was convinced on April Sixteenth Nineteen Nineteen ninety-two. After being imprisoned for ten years nine months and ten days Amir Bonelli also known as Frenchy was declared innocent and on April twenty second nineteen o two. He was released. He left the United States and returned to his native Algeria. Shortly afterwards the murder of Jerry Brown was never solved..
"abba david" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Jimmy Fallon ladies, gentlemen, triggered institution. Oh boy. Hey that hearing on Capitol Hill, they're grilling old Whitaker acting AG about the, you know, the Muller thing and investigating the FBI and all sorts of degenerated into Rita make up the rules, and we go along territory like the was that the Cavanaugh hearing. It was all men Grassley in charge. I remember that it was the Sheree committee. Yeah. Things are getting crazy Sheila jackson-lee was grandstanded to beat the band and dole Whitaker was getting mad and the Charon del man. Look at them sitting stone faced he's had enough of this begun men. The fact that the state of the union address did not degenerate is, you know. Last vestige of that sort of thing maybe for a while. And that was the long shot bet too. Boy that is the wildcard story hanging out there that nobody knows all your talk at twenty twenty this and the economy, and blah, blah, blah, and the green deal, we're whatever whatever else you talking about Elizabeth warns ancestry. He's still got that whole darn giant Muller investigation out there it some day is going to head New Orleans shift the Adam Schiff with his five related and semi related investigations Pena power, the shift show, and the and the the finance committee is some is busily building a legal rationale for obtaining in disclosing Donald Trump's taxes. I just assume they'll figure out a way to do that you get enough lawyers involved. I mean, it's like, well, if you've ever watched cable TV understand this. If you need a lawyer to say, oh, yeah. Absolutely. Clearly, it's permissible under the US code forty-three rows, Abba, Abba, David go ahead and do it. You can find a lawyer to defend absolutely anything. And then another one to oppose it one hundred and eighty degrees. So yeah, if they're really intent on getting his taxes and disclosing every line item, they will do that eventually, and it's going to be and so it won't just be. Here's some Russians of apartments in his place. Which then even if you you'd have to tie that to a some sort of deal he made for the Russians are well, money laundering, generalized suspicion going might politically, but not Fremont and impeachment stamps. I'm just talking about politically. Yeah. But I had a point. I was going to make oh, but the other stuff about his taxes will come out to look how literally donated to charity for four or whatever. Or look how look how rich he's not or whatever else surely a political snipe. Right. Yeah. Well, that's the purpose of it. I think mostly. Although, you know, if he will occasionally get an Email from somebody who says you guys don't care if he's taking orders from the Kremlin. I care. I just don't think he is. But if it comes up with something like that, obviously. Yeah. Change my tune based on follow me. Now, the fax. We're gonna see what are the facts are this just out Amazon reconsidering their second headquarters in New York due to local opposition. So maybe that. Bidding war will be back on or that's a poi-. You pushing us on the whole tax thing or this or that. Maybe we'll go somewhere else. Right. I wonder it could be both. But yeah, there's a whole lot of the. Kind of hipster gentrification backlash the Seattle slash San Francisco syndrome, where it turns out that maybe they can get serious to go in there. Can only hope. Boy, NewsRadio Amazon's left good News Radio shacks, covenant to outlets quite a bit of a reaction to the idea of Wyoming, exporting its grizzlies to California. From the wildly inappropriate. Two. Somebody pointing out they shouldn't do that. Because they're vicious. Thank you. You can mail us Email us, I should say mailbag at Armstrong and Getty dot com. Mailbag at Armstrong and Getty dot com. You have to say it, right? Joe mailbag at Armstrong and Getty dot com. I was at Yellowstone in Montana and saw some grizzly bears. I have never which you don't that often. I'm here to bear big deal. A lot of people. I don't wanna see any various now. Wendy of other bears and South Dakota. It's all bears all the time. Black bears. Yeah. Yeah. I've actually seen those two but turns out, Jack, according to Patty's never lied to me before the grizzly pictured on the California flag is the California grizzly subspecies which has been extinct since nineteen eleven. Gotcha. We're trying to bring him back. It's unnatural Jerry Brown shop last one. Hilarious back of a train. Speaking of governors. Oh, thanks for nothing. Chris christie. Oh. Cancelled his interview twice now while he postponed the first most me on this past Monday right twice too much dip, it is Super Bowl party. Oh boy. Is now twice this does and postpone slash canceled. An interview this once wasn't enough. He went back for second. Do. We're going to get him. Now. Chance. Anybody else want to pile on just you know, if you're keeping track. I Joe Getty was not going to go there. I better than us because I'm better than you. But that is I really wanted to talk to there's something going on out importance of interesting stuff. We would've not done his typical annoying one. After the other interview. I think it would have been a really good conversation. Oh, yeah. He's great to talk to and he's one of my favorite pundits. He's on every Sunday with George Stephanopoulos on ABC this week stand up for Trump. But he always makes really great interesting legal arguments as a former prosecutor. So he's really good from that standpoint. I think something happened. This book came out there is some sort of pushback or something that. Off the trail. What was that investigation about the transition team wasn't he on that was my suspicion for Monday because that story broke on Monday. With the various donors giving money to Trump transition in the inaugural ball and try and Chris Christie was involved with the Trump transition team. And I thought maybe he's wanting to stay away from the interviews that day figure out what's going on. But would he cancel the rest of it over that? I don't know. I think the most likely possibility is that he's just realized how incredibly annoying it is to do interview. After interview after interview, it would be because he has been the governor of a state, and then prosecutor don't you want to sell books and. Beg Donald Trump for position in the cabinet to the point of humiliating. Then got dumped like yesterday's prom date. Yeah. Humiliated. We'll Doiron Chris Christie's humiliations on Monday trop like hot baked potato covered and sour cream chives and cheese sauce and chili. And we're back. 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"abba david" Discussed on Raised by TV
"New Orleans that to do with the dreads. He had short hair. He's the one from Seattle, right? Yeah. To military brothers city. It is when wasn't there one where two guys from the same military institute? Abbas David Nathan or something like that knew each other. And they were it was the first time on real world that two people had previously known each other. Oh, great. That's not allowed. I mean, I also remember this is such a weird specific, but coral who live with the MS I just remembered as Miami. Right. I think so I think so I just remember her saying to him and no one else remembers this. But I remember saying don't disrespect me ever the fuck again and other child that was I wasn't Cussing. Don't disrespect me ever the F again. And also who's disrespecting a seven year old. I was like, yeah. She's right. I like that way of putting it did she bring Hella into lexicon was that coral. Oh, I feel like there was one person on who'd like taught us Hella at school. And we were like, it's hell, Elaine homework. And like, you know, just like we are obsessed with that word, it might have been coral. It might have been core. Also, I gotta tell you my other favorite moments now that we're thinking about today. I think Stephen. So then I'd watch the real world road rules challenge. Yes. And Stephen I think was on an app like he was on one of the seasons and C T was also on a C season. Remember, see TSA? Not really made a name for himself in the challenges. He's like, I'm an alcoholic. And I dish. For this to me. I was like hot. It's not bad. Yeah. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Okay. Yeah. T-? Yeah. Yes. She passed away from cancer. Yeah. I guess I must have known that. When it happened where kids, and I think for the longest time, I'm not gonna lie. I was a runaway bride. I've been the girl is terrified a commitment. But I'm realizing that no matter how organiz your duck Sar life can turn on two seconds. I blame the challenge for f- leisurewear becoming so popular. Reasonable just. Girl, excuse me. This is crazy is he looks in. Sane. I I remember him very different nights. His look change with the time. That's probably like what ten does. This is six though or something like ten. Ten. We know this is like because he kind of had to be in the in the eye for like nonstop. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. So he has all the right. So we have a weirdo. Six locusts. He could buzzes. The buzz. That's what I was. Remembering when I said, I thought he was too. I was remembering that big trouble. This is the big troll hair is what me and all my college roommates had we all had like DJ Pauly D. Theory is all like jello. We're all such Guido's like gel our hair every night. One dude kept his shit short. But the rest of us all I'd like I could find like frosted tips, and like, oh, I know button no-shirt on on the down on. On twenty years old legit problem. Dressed so much better. Now. Sean representing your own other podcasts non-euro. Wait, where did you grow up Baltimore, Maryland? While also that the memory of the running downstairs watching the.
"abba david" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"I think it's time to get rid of that rejoin hey mike rick hey he might be back next season right no shot of that abba david price is unique elbow fourteen shutout innings this year so far keep that one suck on that jones nick cattles with the up until four o'clock christian arcane here on ninety eight five the sports i won the bees game tonight is it is it seven or seven thirty murray asked me i said i thought it was seven thirty seven seven o'clock pregame starts at six thirty right here though on the sports apologize a thousand times a jim murray seven o'clock puck drop six one seven seven seven nine zero ninety eight five i'm excited about the nfl draft now i'm always excited about the nfl draft but i am extra excited i have pete carroll excited about this draft coming up in i think the patriots are set up perfectly for this draft after the brandin cooks deal the brennan coke steel that happened this week has set up the patriots perfectly for this draft you know the last three drafts and i understand this is something to do with the decision making by the patriots right and decisions they made on the field maybe off the field but the last three drafts they have had one single solitary pick in the top fifty nine the last three drafts one pick in the top fifty nine that's crazy and people want to know why did they you know that they don't have a lot of young young top talent that's one of the major reasons why look they've done this before too i think it was oh five to await when they kinda struggled with some of the selections they made in the draft and remember that two thousand seven draft gave away second round pick in a fourth round pick for moss and welker which was obviously worth it at the time.