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"adam dick" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"They what are they gonna do. Try to arrest those people. But the consensus is what. I'm talking about the consensus change. They didn't start at the beginning and say you shouldn't have done it because all the principle of non-aggression says you shouldn't do that. You should deal with this problem some other way. But they got it authoritarian. Approach that you had for a long time. They undermine liberty they ruined the economy and finally people get fed up. So i would say daniels. Only way we congratulate those fifty thousand restaurants. They go to and declare. I am open okay. Well wait all it comes to america. We might see some really neat signs out there. I am open. Don't wear your ask what's What's been so depressing this past year. Dr paul to see what she how much shift the americans have become. Because we've seen so many things like this in europe of people standing up and we americans on their rugged individualism but it really hasn't shown up but he's fifty thousand. Italian restaurants talked fringe are all the other day and he said i lived in italy. And i know what these restaurants are like. They're small mom and pop restaurants. They're struggling. They're desperate to survive and they just had it in their fed up. And so what can the cops do with fifty thousand restaurants. In fact there's video shown where people went into these restaurants and said they're open. The police came in the customers escorted the police out. No please get out of here. We're trying to help meal. So it's very encouraging in. It's actually not just encouraging because italy it's encouraging because it's becoming a movement the i m open movement Spread to mexico. It spread to switzerland. It's spread to poland so the slogan. It's a great simple slogan. I am open. We are open and it spreading everywhere. And we're seeing a lot. More protests in europe in fact in amsterdam thousands were out in austria. Thousands were out protesting the lockdowns Which now we know dr paul. We have an article that adam dick at. Rpi put put up on our site. we know..
"adam dick" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"They need and they and they teach people you've seen this, they teach the people to spy and get angry at their friends and neighbors and even family. You're not doing why I've heard some terrible story about. That, they're they stay vicious and they never stop and think you know he's not hurting me even if they believe in where we have no objection to that in a times they should. But but this whole thing is They think if they see something, I've heard people just shouting across a room. Yeah. They think that all of a sudden because they're in this room, they're going to do it. Why don't you have a mass? Hysteria is just out of control for some people in the thing is we're not making light of the fact that a lot of people have died. They do die of the flu and colds every year and they're just tragic but we're talking about is a cruelty of, as you always say logging down children destroying colleges at a Adam, Dick at RPI wrote about this over the weekend there was a college New York University a student was online only right he wasn't on campus online only and he actually went and got together with a couple of other. Colleagues from the college to Talk About College. Well, they found out about and the kid is suspended permanently because you're not allowed to meet anyone. So. Anyway, that's what they're trying to do and in the cruelty of it and the. Even. We'll talk about this in a couple of minutes but in our own Governor Greg Abbott, he had a big press conference on Thursday where he magnanimously allowed people to visit their their elders in the nursing homes. which you can say that's a good thing because these people are suffering you know in isolation, but he refuses to open the bars and you think about it generally people in the nursing homes are more more susceptible and I'm not saying he shouldn't have opened it but generally the people that go to bars probably you know unless they're really bad bars but probably younger and more healthy and they go to their specialized. So none of it makes any sense it's just pure cruelty. I WanNa get another quote from. CZAR FROM HHS Because this is this is what he wants us to be obedient to obey what he wants. He quotes biology is independent politics. I mean, Daniel we're off track we are off July. We're obsessed with politics.
"adam dick" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"Report. With me today's Daniel Mike Adams are co hosting. Good to see you today. How are you this morning Dr Paul good feeling weak and ready and raring to go. That's right. Solve another problem. Couple I've been saying that for a long time. His hard to measure and I think that is the truth when we're in this type of business or no matter what kind of freedom group it is you never know what the results are I keep thinking about all the young people that call me the have their own little organization that somebody say, why don't you go on there? They only have two, thousand, two, thousand I used to go for twenty. So. There's a lot of people out there a lot of changes. So that's where I get my optimism. So that's why we keep plugging along. Do our best to get the information is sorted out because you know we usually find some good news people move in our direction. I think we have a little bit of that today. At least information we have the CDC report. Which is Falling our way and that trying to explain that the data's not reliable. And also, that there are some results in Berlin in Europe we're showing that to people are rebellious. Actually better than the Americans are. Rolling over here you know. Adam Dick are staffer written article really goes over this details about what's going on on our car colleges not destroying people then you know we still. Nervously have some in our family still into. Regular teaching business and kids in regular schools, and it is just devastated tried to raise kids doing this and I. It seems like it's deliberately to really get you up. Especially, if you have kids at different ages and different schools and then they take a break it up some his home, some is doing this and some of your ten classes and it's a good good way to make people nervous and the kids to there's not only parents who have to hustle has to be the kids to get all upset about this because they believe it or not kids like to be organized and they like it when people give them a little bit of help structure nor they're going to do but we WANNA go over. The CDC report and this is really something that. We suspected we talk about we knew it existed, but this is some..
"adam dick" Discussed on Ron Paul Liberty Report
"I probably want to be more tolerant. But you can't be but I but my battle, I've chosen to be more a philosophic believing that's powerful but standing up to these people either with with weapon or whatever I if they're the ones that are doing the violent if they are the aggressors and convincing the bars burning down buildings one of the most natural fundamental right is defending your life if you couldn't defend yourself against somebody coming up in socking you you know. I remember cozy a picture not too long ago we're one of the one of the I guess test to find out if you belong to the gang is you got to knock somebody out. Never seen isn't this guy's walking on their little Old Lady She was elderly I she might have been wheelchair. He just took it and claw bitter knocked out of. Town and I mean that's a sickness as a social sickness, philosophic sickness and we we have to get a message out there. There's a much better way to live. I believe there's a large majority American people would vote in that direction and in some ways even with trump shortcomings, this election is Probably going to bear down on on this. Be. The most important thing for the electorate. Once he's not going to be decided. There's no no contest here. No. The contest is who could spend money once again, the ten year of the Democrats you know tying their their shipped to this mass to this but you know Adam Dick our senior fellow, he's got a good piece up on the Ron. Paul Institute. Dot. Org website about the fact that people are starting to fight back when they're being attacked in intimidated and especially with the police unwilling or unable to do their job and protect people people are going to start fighting back and it's it's worth a read but let's do two things really quick back-to-back. I is a picture from what happened in. DC Let's put that up real quick. If we can just put that next picture up. I'll take a look at this what they're doing humiliating and intimidating this woman quickly go to the next one. This is a cultural revolution in China that killed one, hundred, million people. The exact same thing if that does not give you chills to look at the juxtaposition of those two pictures and to see where we're heading I don't know what does. And people who have come to our country for good reasons in our good citizens and they've lived there. They know it's actually what you've just said because they experienced it their families have experienced it but I don't think that it's going to be on the top TV programs and the news programs each night because they get the can material just like I think they get KFI news from the Couch E A. Bill Gates, they want us to get what they. What they please will gates gives a bunch of money to NPR rights. As. Right and no wonders at the support is out there but it's the other private stations to. Yeah. and. I think you put up something yesterday about how all the stations did everything together. Often. Wondered how that happens I'm still not sure exactly because. What did they get to twelve leading? Media..
"adam dick" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"There's something off there and Ron Paul is a person that I respect and I look at this stuff and and go what? The Jorgensen stuff Adam Dick wrote a piece basically where Jordan Johnson gave an interview where she was trying to make the case to the free market will solve racism and that is. On the show yeah. Right and their interpretation with a headline which was then copied by Info wars was that she was saying private business owners must fire anybody who who are the headlines are though that's not what the headlines Look I'll read the headline the headline. The headline misinterpreted what Jorgensen was actually saying okay. Well, Chris, I mean look I, read the article I know the one you're talking about the video was in the article. So it's not as if they wrote something up about it drastically misleading I, think the video said she praises a company who fires woman for saying. Who actually clicks reads that's not the point. People don't actually click and read which is the point of doing misleading headline. Well, no. If the headline is Click Beatty, the point is to get people to try to click on it. The point is not to have click beatty headline that people don't Click on but the headline certainly what legs and I'm just saying if you're going to criticize people for misrepresenting something in the same breath, you shouldn't misrepresent it. So if you're saying that the headline was Joe, Johnson says companies must fire people for saying all lives matter I mean you can look it up right now but I'm Libertarian Party presidential candidate. Praises company firing woman who posted all lives matter on facebook right? That is very different than saying she said, they must fire people for saying all lives matter and by the way if you listen to the video, it's not really that inaccurate of a description that what we did on our show was we played the clip we let the audience decide and said man, it sure does sound like she's praising this company for doing this. Now I gotta say Chris I mean that is not nearly as misleading as you saying on your show that I was telling my fans to attack Joe Jorgenson for being a secret Marxist. I, mean that's that seems to me like. Maybe. I might grant you maybe a touch like if I was the editor there, I'd say, why don't you make the title Jorgensen Seemingly Praises Company. Point. Why would? Why would the why would Adam Dick? Why would the Ron Paul Institute a Libertarian think tank take the most destructive or unforgiving version of that and make that their headline what if we're all in the same movement together you clearly so why are you not why are you posting on your? Why are you saying on your podcast that I said things that I straight up never said people make mistakes, I? Don't know maybe you don't have to have the worst interpretation of it. It does if you listen to what Joe Jorgensen set, how many how many you needed consistently make though? Like. This is a constant. This is what I'm talking about with the Ron Paul Institute it's consistent thing. Daniel McAdams is constantly doing the most if you're, why would they intentionally miss interpret the Libertarian Party presidential candidates headline if they're a libertarian think, they're intentionally misinterpreting if you've listened to what she said, she's listing a whole bunch of acts by the market that she is praising and she throws in their this instances well, I think anybody any libertarian like any of us at the best case scenario if you saw that would be Joe, what are you saying this is Like going back to what you said you, when you talk out loud and do as much broadcasting as you and I do or as Joe Jorgenson is right now you're going to say things that don't always lineup. So. Why would we cherry pick that and highlight that and put a big break bread red line around it because. Of that because it seems insanely like at best insanely tone deaf and at worst it seems like she is actually praising this company for doing that and to be honest it wasn't really clear which one it is right now in the country. Okay. There are a lot of forces at work other than just the state and the state apparatus and the truth is that the entire right half of the country and about. Fifty percent of the left half are terrified of this kind of cancel culture thing where you can literally be just some lady and say all lives matter and be publicly humiliated and ruined, and that's a terrible thing to happen to somebody and so if you come out and you bring it up and you're Kinda like, yeah I'm on the side of that happening. That is a good reason for people to want to criticize. And she'd certainly made it sound like she was saying that was a good thing like I don't know that women who tweeted all lives matter or facebook posted lives matter maybe she was like a shitty person or maybe not at all maybe she was just some lady just saying a fairly you know normal thing that a lot of people say a lot of people on the right half the country say all odds matter a lot of people on the left half say black lives matter you don't have to have the. I don't know I mean I I didn't think Joe Jorgenson should've sent out that tweet because she's running for President Libertarian candidate. But if some lady said black lives matter and she was fired over that, I would think that was outrageous. In the body, you criticize her in the body of..
"adam dick" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"Murat. Barred may have captured the imagination of a lot of people or captured the you know the the The the belief system of a lot of people in the party I. think that's probably very true. I think that people at the top of the party absolutely did not want the muses caucus to come in and start having the influence at has I don't think it's true. I don't think there's any evidence to back up your your assertion that this what the way the caucus is a working or the way that I'm working is driving people out of the party all of the evidence shows that we're bringing tremendous. Amounts of people into the party I I'm probably the number one or number two recruiter for the Libertarian Party. The Libertarian Party called me to see if I wanted to set up one of those you know pages. So I get credit and get paid off all of the people that I'm recruiting because. So many were telling them I'm the reason they joined and I turned it down because I'm not really interested in making money off of that I kind of see it as like a conflict of interest I'm like. If I'm telling you to do something. I'm saying I believe in this. So let's go do it. I did enter the same reason right doesn't seem exactly like the right thing to do but so no, I don't I don't think this what the truth is that the meese caucus came in they recruited a lot of people podcasters and a lot of different people in the Liberty Movement to join the liberty of the Libertarian Party and when that happened, they were attacked and condemned with all types of smears that are not accurate as it like Michael Heiss is a great dude he is. Not some right winger as he's working on decriminalize of mushrooms and shit like that. He's like a hard a hard core Ron Paul Leeann. But to the Group of people that that you're talking about who do criticize me and them Ron Paul is a racist to them to I. Think the whole thing is problematic even though the man Ron Paul does not have a hateful bone in his body you could never find anything that he's ever said or voted for or supported. That's even slightly racist. You'd literally what they could go back to some fucking newsletters from forty years I mean, yeah, we could. Some of that Shit that Ron Paul is is. Ron Paul has a bad habit of allowing people to do things in his name that are kind of ugly and it's happening right now at the institute to like, would you send a new person to go look the Ron Paul Institute News Yes. His website right now. Yes. I wouldn't. So we disagree why not? Because it's conspiratorial Daniel Adams never seems to find a Putin ally that he disagrees with and the non adventure. So. Let's let's drill down on that because I actually heard that I. I took some offense to you said that you think Daniel McAdams is a Russian asset on your show. Dana McAdams right now is running around calling students for liberty in Europe, CIA asset, a CIA plant because they're trying to in voting rights in Belarus okay. That sounds a little bit conspiratorial sodas calling him a Russian asset, right. So he also continually repeats the talking points that Abby Martin constantly pushes on Madero supported Madero and he is he anytime there is an a there is a foreign policy issue he tends to align with Russia and with Putin talking points and I. Think. It's curious. Okay I mean but that's like almost like okay. So you could like if we were in two thousand and three, you could accuse Ron Paul of being Saddam Hussein asset because he always seems to be taking the same side as Saddam Hussein I mean both of them don't want the US military to overthrow Saddam Hussein. So this is I mean this is not a very strong argument. Yes. Daniel Mc Adams is clearly against the. US Empire, and so when they are vilifying their next potential target, he's usually on the side of saying that there's a lot of propaganda here, and this isn't isn't right now he has a view that I don't really agree with that. We basically just shouldn't criticize the government's that the US is targeting for for whatever reason I don't necessarily agree with that but I certainly see the point that he's making but yeah, I agree. You can make the point but the the difference like and the Ron Paul Institutes recent criticism, Joe. Johnson's campaign and Adam Dick who when he writes stuff, you have to really fact check it like your criticism Jorgenson is totally genuine totally valid from your perspective and that isn't always the case with the people that are currently writing for the Ron Paul ends. That's my point. Okay. Well, let me I just WANNA finish. The last point just to make the point that I think, Daniel McAdams is making, which is, which is that if let's say in two thousand and two as there's the buildup to the war in Iraq and you're a libertarian with like a libertarian publication, maybe a writer for reason magazine and all the sudden you start writing all of these pieces about how illiberal Saddam Hussein is and how he's a brutal dictator and he Oppresses his people and how the enemy of Libertarians but which you know all is true. It does it seems a little bit weird and like the timing of that was I could understand where a libertarian would be like don't start doing this right now because clearly there's an agenda at work here and you don't really want to be on that side of the agenda. So I understand that part of the argument now in. Terms of what you're saying about their criticism of Joe Jordan's, and are you are you referring to all lives matter comment? Yeah and and I will say that McAdams blog in two thousand eleven by the way was called Putin's blog like he does have a track record with Putin like I'm just saying.
"adam dick" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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"adam dick" Discussed on Filter Free Amerika
"Oh Fuck I'M GONNA alien trouble for this year but Otherwise yeah I mean the coke dudes Welker do what about the complete opposite has wherever like couples that were in there and they were just losing their shit shit with each other. Oh God Yeah Oh God yeah. They're angry rich people they together because of money and a hate each other and their kids are still. I think I drove a couple of couples to They're like therapy or some shit's a couple of times because they're quiet the hallway drop them off a place come back an hour or later and they're screaming at each other hallway back like. Why would you tell her that? Dot Com okay. So so money doesn't fix everything. No no money now. This next question is from our good friend and former Guests of the podcast a comedian Darryl Horner and I think you've kind of already answered this but just a a chance to to recount or maybe something you've remember after the fact what is the worst thing you ever had to clean up and what is the best thing ever left in one of the limbs. Yeah again I I guess I left us out with. The korey stringer wife like that. There was a small fry but she also left the dirty diaper in there. I mean it Louis neatly put together but I was just like a fucking bullshit to walk to your house and you're gonNA leave this here. I think that's why I looked back smell in that kick and tailed that I would have took it melted. Hey you left the car. No you probably wanted it. Just returning your property. Yeah Oh and the nicest thing I would say that troy ounce of server silver an orgy tape and it was a pretty good urge tape you sit at home. Watch the tape and flip the coin in her head I'M GONNA say this I don't know I don't know this person For his name. Kim gentlemen Any special tips or or forms of payment to include but not limited to just the tip think addict reference. I'm assuming this lady who we're GONNA talk about should do grocery shopping and then by too much of high end stuff so I have been given twelve pounds of like like premium. Pecans have been given ten just regular. Transient pecans fantastic right. Do you like Pecans at all I do. And they're Pricey Pricey. They're not cheap. No so she special ordered them. I mean they were big. They were like small golf balls. They were good sized Pecans but she would just feed the squirrels upper the cabin. She had too many and she decided. Give me twelve pounds. I was like well. That's that's pricing. Yeah that's a lot of fucking pecans and and then. She gave me some shrimp that. Our cat didn't like Jiffy secondhand cat. Food is what you dislike. I won't get too deep into this woman. Okay let's we'll we'll get to her but But yeah I mean foodstuff was. was there anybody that was like negotiating with you. Like I don't have enough money for another hour but I'll give you a coke girl girl I'll give you whatever you can come back to my restaurant and get a free meal anything like that. Any GMO theaters. I never ever got offered drugs ever half the adventure of doing that. Job With a Kinda SORTA insinuated a threesome. Is that count as a temp Eh. Couldn't could cash that one. Yeah no I mean I I know I just didn't have to deal. Wish those upshur Smith guys would have been all against Moxie. Yeah but that's you tickets. Vikings tickets timber wolves tickets. Twins ticket did get. I did get those. Were the good seats uh-huh Vikings tickets. You sit with wives because it's the family stuff and I it's in the end zone so you can see the whole to the side. It's on the end zone. Twins tickets are back just up above the bullpen where we sat in then tipples tickets were bike. Three seats off of the court so three rows off the off the court so everything was decent free. That was going to ask you about because I didn't notice any timber wolves player on your list of people you daddy drove. I drove Sam Mitchell once. Okay Super Tall Dude. Noth with nothing exciting. I just drove into an interview drove home. That was it. No big. I derive was their their TV announcer. I can't remember his name for life of me but I drove him like every other week him and his wife Super Nice Guy. That's the guy that would give me the timberwolves tickets and then it just got into. I just wasn't in the basketball I would go and then I would hang out enough. Just go hey thanks so much in. My wife thinks someone based on their last few seasons. It'd be pretty fucking insulting again. Yeah well doesn't they've never had I mean one Edwin good season with Kgan he got the MVP onto never met insert. Sam Mitchell was the only one player I ever met but there was just that announcer. Dude I think you tell me how the Sam was was he just nothing just just a tall guy nothing out of the ordinary and just drove him to an interview drove home. He lived in a modest house. This nothing out of the ordinary This one might make kind of tailored to the story you just told about the hookers but Jerry asks what part part of what part or what town Slash scenario that a client has been taken to for drug deals indoor illicit behavior. That's the the last guy. We'll talk about that question. We can lead right into aren't so hold on German. That's coming up in the last two stories Erica well. This isn't really a question but this kind of I I think we're kind of answered that already but I'll just re ask it again to to get his question. There's like he's been there done that so apparently done job before. He said the money is good but he said Zero uh-huh respect and I think you've already disproved that. I think you've had some people who were even famous people who good to you right. I mean it's just they're humans are all different just some people get stupid stupid about the stupidest shit and some people. Just good people out there. it's surprising who does tip. Who doesn't tip sometimes? Ah You're just like Oh you fifty bucks for the half hour here you go. Do you remember what your what's your highest dollar tip was that will that will get an okay lady. Last story is GonNa all JOE ASS. Has he been given The in quotes. Keep this yourself. Keep this to yourself money as as in you possibly assault something trying to buy your be quiet if if anything it may have been off of my boss in her indiscretions is with certain clients. Because she also wasn't just banging Kirby really some other clients and one client even told me this guy who's clean cut you know. He looked like a Mormon t tell me about her for a second. Tell tell me about her physical appearance because I mean we shouldn't judge people by the physical but we're dudes so so tell me she an attractive active lady was she fit where she was. What was girl next door? She looked ten years older than she actually was. And this is when a Kirby's CONQUISTA Kirby's concourse you would not have suspected her. I guarantee you if there was a lineup Z.. Bang and you'd be like well not that one. But she came into some money she bought the majority of the company off of a guy who worked for her because he got in a car. Accident killed a couple people because he fell asleep behind the wheel so so she took on the company in she made good money doing that. if mathworks thing back then I guarantee as she would really really been on it but she's always angry about everything she would want me to drive like I live in North Bloomington and you'd want me to drive up to force lake to pick pick up the car do odd job drive that car back to her house. Drive my car down to the other bosses and then confused the rest of the day and I was like you want me to drive right for three fucking hours to do a job in covering expenses or fuel or anything for you and your personal vehicle fucker. And so she was like what do you mean. That's just Komo. Am I doing that. She would do preposterous shit like that. Maybe bipolar I don't know she dev definitely wasn't mentally stable but she would just do shit like that all the retiring to test me or but I would just fuck you know. I'm not GonNa do you know how the other prominent names of people she was banging besides Kirby now they no they weren't I don't I wouldn't say it prominence. They were just client. You wouldn't know who they would know Adam Dick's go. Oh but that one guy that guy was talking about like He. He just mentioned it one time he was talking about any how she just brought up like sex and she's like oh I'm ready to go. I'm ready to go right now. And he was. Yeah that was a weird thing to say wall. That's when my brain just want like now it all makes sense like at the end of the movie the reveal and just like it makes sense. I got that's actually a goddamn monster shoes. This is Obviously an alias. How people get away with having these names on their facebook profiles but whatever? His name is is Kinky tails Oh yeah. That's his name. I'm like him given name Brownie. No Pony maybe. I don't know I don't know I don't want to pick on him if he has a Brownie but if he is one good anyway His question is GonNa look using us as more hookers than Girlfr- girlfriends. I'm assuming assuming that were you use to shuttle more wives around or where people using you to shuttle their mistresses. Rounder would have known that really was I really wouldn't. Yeah I mean I ain't just those three dudes and that one hooker is the only one I know for a fact because I know a little something about hookers and I'm assuming they're not you know they're selling themselves to somebody they call up and say. Hey I want to order you. And then they come to him or her They're going to provide their own transportation tation and they're probably not going to splurge on a limo when they could just take a cab or for the enhance hooker. I don't know I've heard stories like Oh you want me to come over send me a car wreck shit. Yea I only really tell you one time workers more than an and mistresses. I don't know I mean I didn't get everybody's whole family's there could have been Adam ass As a Cabbie on the graveyard shift. I'm I'm always asked. What's the weirdest thing to happen? Mine is hearing the sloshing of two extremely large Edit his how you worded this a little bit Two extremely large large lesbians Dildo each other Diddley dealing with. Yes that's right. Yes me putting my own thoughts into this right here since it sounded. Like a paraplegic. Doing dish. I love are listening group. So was his legs makes nice to and get it. People are drunk What was the weirdest thing would you? Would you count the weirdness of there were maybe balls into into the last two stories. Just I mean just people basically coming back from divorce rare P. and all that shit yeah I mean and from all the stories that you can hear about. I mean it's pretty tame from what has happened. I think a Lotta because it was a high end service. I think a lot of people behave themselves a little bit more it. It would be my guess on that but I mean just the shooting things people make a mess. Don't clean up after themselves or don't tip after leaving fucking mass Drive and uh-huh just they paid for two hours but what they had to do only took an hour and forty five minutes so now they're just like Oh let's go to white castle now in a limo. That can do that. Let's fucking I can do it. But the other thing about this prototype vehicle. The back windows enroll down so your downside like I said cool the game. They were driving at coffin. The AC worked once in a while one year. Oh just sometimes you get that person who thinks they're in charge the whole thing like set up the whole back like I know how the switches had to go. Oh they weren't labeled right again prototype so it's like Ac's going it's nice and cool fucking asshole gets in the back. First thing he.
"adam dick" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Glory America are high candidate, greetings, our number two. This you show on may fourteenth. It's very turbulent day out there in the Middle East. We'll keep her on the Gulf. We'll also keep on the markets as we get closer to pre market. But as I promised, I want to begin this hour as I will close the show with my friend Senator Tom cotton. He's actually studio with me on this program. Senator cotton, welcome. It's good to have you on the program. Thank you. Good to be in studio for once and day after your birthday Belay congregation. Congratulations. But today is pub- day. Right. Publication of sacred duty soldier store at Arlington National Cemetery. Now sacred duty a terrific book. And I'm gonna talk to you about it in this hour, the next hour and then over the course of the next few days for couple of reasons one we're coming up on the end of the second decade of words last Memorial Day of our second day second decade in war when you were serving in the old guard about which is written and will tell everyone what that is. Did you have any? The idea we'd still be in war thirteen years later. Now, I can't say I did in two thousand seven two thousand eight at least committed in Iraq and Afghanistan Hughes scribe in sacred duty. We were taking severe casualties there in two thousand seven during the search when I was serving at the old guard, but that word turnaround significantly by the time, I left wreck anistan and the summer of two thousand eight of course, we got out of Iraq that required us ultimately get back in, but I would not necessarily been -ticipant that we still have troop levels that we see today in Iraq and Afghanistan. So it's been a long time. It's a long war. And that's why this Memorial Day is a little bit different. I think than when you come to the second decade the last one of the teens think yourself. Wow, I wonder if we're gonna be doing this in another ten years, and I have to think we probably are. And I don't know we'll section sixty which we will also talk about filled at that point section sixty is describing sacred duty as where we've been laying to rest of the heroes of this generation's war over the last seventeen years, and there's pictures of me in in sacred duty performing funerals in. Section sixty in the summer and fall two thousand seven behind me is almost completely open greenfield. But now section sixty is almost completely field because of the ongoing death repay out and also the return of the previous generation veterans the second sixty as well from the Vietnam war the Korean war in order to one question at the very top just a personal question. The fetchy MRs Hewitt went to the funeral at Arlington. Dear friend of her father's Ross Mulford. He's buried in section fifty seven and it happened two years ago. I was under the impression that it was by you filled up sixty then you moved to sixty one reason why that might not be the case. No, Hugh sections are used all across the cemetery the older ones. The lower numbers are for the most part field. That's right and sacred duty, but Arlington has twenty to thirty funerals day, and they all originate from the same administration buildings and therefore the cemetery's very professional staff has to play on accordingly for multiple funerals every hour. Hour on the hour between the hours of ninety m three pm ten sure that mourners processions are not conflicting. And that's that sections are filling up at a roughly even pace, and that's why inscribing sacred duty. There's so many different sections that are active working sections in the cemetery, especially on the southeast corner. Which is the newest part of the seminar was the newest part until the newest twenty four twenty seven acre section opened up in the northwest section right now, I wanna be I've done hundreds of interviews, and I've had lots of reactions lots of books rarely has it been reverential. And I'm not saying this because you're my friend or because you're not state Senator or a combat veteran that you've lost friends. But because the attitude of the old guard comes through and sacred duty. It really is an attitude of reverence towards the the people they are burying the people. They are serving the people they are watching over. I assume you intended to communicate that the sacred duty is the story of the old guard of Arlington, the oldest infantry regiment. Army going back to seventy four since nineteen forty eight. They performed the. The function of Melchior honor funerals in Arlington National Cemetery and guarding the tomb of the unknown soldier, and they have the highest standards, you know, some of the most squared away soldiers our military has an for every single funeral. Even though they do twenty or thirty funerals day. They intend to give that final indelible image of honor for the family, and I tried to convey those high stakes that pressure packed moments in which every funeral is unique for every fallen hero in their family. That's a once in a lifetime moment a lifetime in the making. Did you know that when you get the impression as you were writing this that every member of the old guard will be reading sacred duty with the same detail that they bring to the the commitment process to the dignified transfer process to the burial process to the changing of the guard the sentinel, they'll be reading your book with the same level of attention to detail the level of detail you see from a ceremonial standpoint of the old guard does reflect what you see in the army. You know? Broadly, the same kind of level attention to detail. I learned for tactical planning at the ranger school, for instance. So in part, it's something that we all learn to soldiers, but if the old guard, it was her fine day in and day out the stakes are so high, and you know, there are no do overs in Arlington Metairie. So you learn to pay attention to the smallest most minute details down to one sixty four of the show. I would imagine that they will be reading it. With a careful, I I hope that they enjoy reading the book as much as I enjoyed writing the book and telling this story of America's yard of Arlington and not only them bets grandfather and grandmother are buried there. And she thought everyone who has a family member at Arlington where we'd sacred duty all of the gold star families have buried someone at Arlington will be reading sacred duty. So it's sort of a pressure. I hadn't thought about we talked about this book a lot over the course of two years three years you've been writing it. But I never really thought about your audience's. Well, I do hope that it gets a wide readership because the old guard Varley. Story. The story really of American how much we love the warriors who defend our nation. Arlington was birthed in the most divisive time in our nation's history. When Americans raised arms against each other killed each other on such a mass scale that far across the river from our nation's capital had to become a graveyard, and ultimately became our national cemetery. So I hope that it gets widespread audience widespread audience from all walks of life, but you say in particular all those who serve the family members of those who served especially the family members of the more than four hundred thousand souls or very early national cemetery. I think we'll find particular residents book four hundred thousand people are buried there. Four million a year annually come to the cemetery. I wanna start with one story sergeant Adam dick Meyer staff sergeant who was a sentinel. And you'd have to explain that. Then you have to explain why his stories at page, two seventy one. And why it's so meaningful step searching. Adam dick Meyer, overlap at the old. I I didn't know him time only men years later in section. Sixty. He was a sentinel the tomb of the unknown soldier that's guard who's trying to his are in the Tim badge. One of the rare spach is in the army staff sergeant dick Meyer went on to perform an honor guard company that she ceremonial company Marston President Obama's inauguration. He was the lead casket bear for Senator Ted Kennedy's funeral after five years and the old guard in time though, he wanted to get into fighting on the front, so he left the old guard and went to the hundred and first airborne mild division, where he rapidly rose despite his lack of experience tactical unit platoon sergeant role tragically he was killed in October of two thousand ten one of only three former sentinels to be killed in action and the old guard late him to rest about three weeks later, and he held a special place for the Tim today. They have a rubbing his headstone and their underground quarters. They honor his grave site every year on the diversity of his death. I think most notably there's a mannequin outside the door to their quarters that bears a replica of his uniform. It's the first thing to guard. See? When he leaves the door. It's the last thing he sees when he gets back from guard shift. There's no label on that uniform. So this verse to that display case would only see an unlabeled uniform, but every guard knows that uniform uniform staff sergeant.
"adam dick" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"The show on may fourteenth. It's a very turbulent day out there in the Middle East. We'll keep an eye on the Gulf will also keep her on the markets as we get closer to pre market. But as I promised, I want to begin this hour as I will close the show with my friend Senator Tom cotton. He's actually studio with me on this programs. Under a cotton. Welcome. It's good to have you on the program. Thank you. Hugh. Good to be in studio for once on on and day after your birthday, belated congregation. Congratulations. But today is pub- day, right? Based publication of sacred duty soldier store at Arlington National Cemetery now sacred duty as a terrific book. And I'm gonna talk to you about in this hour, the next hour, and then over the course of the next few days for a couple of reasons one we're coming up on the end of the second decade of words. The last Memorial Day of our second day second decade in more when you were serving in the old guard about which reduces written, and we'll tell everyone what that is. Did you have any idea we'd still be in war thirteen years later? Now, I can't say I did. In two thousand seven two thousand eight at least committed in Iraq and Afghanistan Hughes scribe in sacred duty. We were taking severe casualties there in two thousand seven during the surge when I was serving at the old guard, but that word turnaround significantly by the time, I left wreck anistan in the summer of two thousand and of course, we got out of Iraq that required us ultimately get back in, but I would not necessarily -ticipant that we'd still have troop levels that we see today and Iraq and Afghanistan. So it's been a long time. It's a long war. And that's why this Memorial Day is a little bit different. I think that when you come to the second decade the last one of the teens you think yourself. Wow, I wonder if we're gonna be doing this in another ten years, and I have to think we probably are. And I don't know we'll section sixty which we'll also talk about be filled at that point section sixty I described and sacred duty as where we've been laying to rest of heroes of bis generations war over the last seventeen years. And there's pictures of me and in sacred duty performing funerals in section sixty in the summer and fall two thousand seven. Behind me is almost completely open greenfield. But now section sixty almost completely filled because of the ongoing deaths we've had and also the return of the previous generation veterans to section sixty as well from the Vietnam war, the Korean war order to wouldn't question at the very top just a personal question. The fetchy MRs Hewitt went to the funeral at Arlington of dear friend of her father's Colonel Ross Mulford. He's buried in section fifty seven and it happened two years ago. I was under the impression that it was by you filled up sixty then you move to sixty one. Is there reason why that might not be the case? No, Hugh sections are used all across cemetery the older ones the lower numbers or for the most part field is striving sacred duty, but Arlington has twenty to thirty funerals a day, and they all originate from the same administrative things and therefore the cemetery's professional staff has to play on accordingly for multiple funerals every hour on the hour between the hours of nine AM and three PM ensure. That mourners processions are not conflicting. And that's that sections are filling up at a roughly even pace, and that's why inscribing sacred duty. There's so many different sections that are active working sections in the cemetery, especially down the southeast corner. Which is the newest part of the seminar was the newest part until the newest twenty four twenty seven acre section opened up in the northwest section right now, I wanna be I've done hundreds of interviews, and I've had lots of reactions lots of books rarely has it been reverential. And I'm not saying this because you're my friend, or because you're not state Senator or a combat that Turner that you've lost friends, but because the attitude of the old guard comes through and sacred duty. It really is an attitude of reverence towards the people they are burying the people. They are serving the people they are watching over. I assume you intended to communicate that sacred duty is the story of the old guard of Arlene tests, the oldest infantry regiment army going back to seventeen ninety four since nineteen forty eight. They performed the function of Melchior honor funerals in Arlington National Cemetery. Gary and guarding the tomb of the unknown soldier, and they have the highest standards, you know, some of the most squared away soldiers our military has and for every single funeral even though they do twenty or thirty funerals day. They intend to give that final indelible image of honor for the family, and I tried to convey those high stakes that pressure packed moments in which every funeral is unique because for every fallen hero in their family. That's a once in a lifetime moment a lifetime in the making. Did you know that when you get the impression as you were writing this that every member of the old guard will be reading sacred duty with the same. I of detail that they bring to the the commitment process to the dignified transfer process to the Barrio process to the changing of the guard, the sentinel, they'll be reading your book with the same level of attention to detail the level of attention to detail you see from a ceremonial standpoint of the old guard does reflect what you see in the army. More broadly, the same kind of level attention to detail. I learned for tactical planning at the ranger school, for instance. So in part, it's something that we all learned soldiers, but at the old guard, it was fine day in and day out the stakes were so high, and you know, they're they're no do overs Arlington cemetery. So you learn to pay attention to these smallest most minute details down to one sixty four th of an inch. So I would imagine that they will be reading it. With a careful, I I hope that they enjoy reading the book as much as I enjoyed writing the book and telling this story of America's old of Arlington and not only them Betsy grandfather and grandmother are buried there. And she thought everyone who has a family member at Arlington will read sacred duty all of the gold star families who have buried someone at Arlington will be reading duty. So it's sort of pressure. I hadn't thought about we talked about this book a lot over the course of two years three years you've been writing, but I never really thought about your audience's. Well, I do hope that it gets a wide readership. Because the old guard of Arlington story, the story really of American how much we love the warriors who defend our nation. Arlington was birthed in the most vice of time in our nation's history. When Americans raised arms against each other. He'll be others on such a mass scale that a farm across the river from our nation's capital had to become a graveyard, and ultimately became our national cemetery. So I hope that it gets widespread widespread audience from all walks of life, but you say in particular all those who serve family members of those who served especially the family members of the more than four hundred thousand souls or buried in Arlington National Cemetery. I think we'll find particular residents book four hundred thousand people are buried there. Four million a year annually come to the cemetery. I want to start with one story sergeant Adam dick Meyer staff sergeant who was a sentinel. And you're gonna have to explain that. Then you have to explain why his stories at page, two seventy one. And why it's so meaningful searching, Adam dick Meyer over lack the old. I I didn't know time. I'll only met in years. Later in section sixty. He was a sentinel of the tomb of the unknown soldier. That's guard who's trying to his are in the Tim badge. One of the rare spach is in the army. Dick Meyer went on to perform an honor guard company that she ceremonial company marched in President Obama's inauguration. He was the lead casket bear for Senator Ted Kennedy's funeral after five years in the old guard in time of though he wanted to get into the fight and get on the front lines. So he left the old guard and went to the hundred first airborne mild division, where he rapidly rose despite his lack of experience in a tactical unit platoon sergeant role tragically he was killed in October of two thousand ten one of only three former sentinels to be killed in action in the old guard late him arrest about three weeks later, and he holds a special place for the toon platoon today. They have a rubbing his headstone in their underground quarters. They honor his grave site every year on the anniversary of his death. I think most notably there's a mannequin outside the door to their quarters that bears a replica his uniform. It's the first thing. Entombed see when he leaves the door. It's the last thing he sees when he gets back from a guard shift. There's no label on that uniform. So visitors to that display case would only see an unlabeled uniform. But every guard news that form is uniform of staff sergeant Adam dick Meyer, one of their own who went off and laid down his life and defensive our nation. There is also in the platoon logbook on that day of October twenty eight twenty ten we will not forget to other sentinels, you mentioned KIA Vietnam. Warriors staff sergeant Bill Speights in nineteen sixty five steps sergeant Marvin Franklin in nineteen sixty seven they're not as as recent to the sentinels, but they are as valued that's true. And they're honored to on their anniversaries. One is buried just down the hill from the tomb of the unknown soldier. In fact, if you stand at his gravesite, you can look back up the hill and still see the team and their reports of Tim guards from the nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies. Who had a closer immediate connection in time to him. They would form the same kind of small acts of remembrance that today's Tim guards performed for sergeant Myers, for instance, every night after days worth of laying wreaths to the unknown soldier or police. Stop there moved off the plaza to be discarded in an honorable and dignified fashion, but it's very common back in the day for two guards, take some those flowers off of those rates and walk down the hill and lay them at that gravesite. What I like I like the two dimes penny every every year at the end of dick Myers death, the tomb guards place to dimes penny shined their standard of perfection on his headstone to dimes pennies Stanford twenty one which is symbolic of the twenty one gun salute the highest salute among nations, it's what our president receives. What's we give to foreign nations? So much of what the tomb platoon does revolve around twenty one Twenty-one steps on the mat twenty one seconds waiting and that's again, a symbol of toon. Platoon to Adam dick Meyer that.
"adam dick" Discussed on Science for the People
"Good question. Well, several things about that one. When folks imagine these clam gardens in your MAC, fashioning, the wall, don't imagine cement beautiful wall. Like we see today around. I don't know round a building rather you can imagine that these are accumulation of rocks being rolled down the beach to the lowest low tide kind of away from the area of cultivation. So they're more. Like, what would you say, Nicole linear rock piles? Hey is at a better way of describing them, and they're made of rocks of various sizes that people roll down and out of the way an effect low-key way, the Kuala Kwok word for them gardens that we shared to us regionally from late chief, Adam dick actually means to roll to roll ox. So they these clam gardens though. So they were constantly maintained. Nicole said they were probably they're built initially starting at least three thousand five hundred years to go within communities continued to maintain them until they stopped working them in. We know from talking to community members that they continue to maintain them until quite recently, it only because of change and access to beaches who privatization, and so on that people have stopped visiting these places regularly hand said the the other major piece in this was the dramatic negative consequences of call this Asian and in this case particular European introduced diseases, so the was major population to clients in the late seventeen hundreds mid eighteen hundreds of the results of these introduced diseases. No, though, of course, with the decline in populations people, then moved out somewhere. These villages. They've lived in for thousands and thousands of years and consolidated into.
"adam dick" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Five five four five zero three seven three three in studio tonight. It's Daryl and Chris. And of course, you can also join us on the discord at call in lines over at discord dot L, R, N dot FM, or maybe you just want to interact with others and watch what's happening because people do that. We we've got to webcams that show the host or one of the host. And then we've also got a webcam that sometimes shows the studio dog jazzy jazzy the studio based who is probably laying in her mypillow bed right now. Is she behind me because I can't see behind me. No dog no dog no dog. You might just be saying a couple in an empty dog bed. Bitchy can find that over at twitch dot L, R, N dot FM. And it's not just free talk live. There are other shows that go out from the studios onto the twitch, including the twitch only free talk live which have happened a handful of times again, you can find all of that over at twitch dot dot FM before we get back into the article here from reason about well how it's not really innocent until proven guilty. If you're poor. Let's go to the phones we've got somebody calling themselves. Uppity slave calling in. You're on free. Talk live. Go ahead with your thoughts. Guys cell phone policy is if it's bad. I just wanted to say about the libertarian party. Often. Here's some you guys kind of getting down on him a little bit. And I totally. I understand your criticisms. And and I think oftentimes you're spot on. But I want to tell you something that. The president of our local libertarian party. He was talking to us all and he said, you know, the socialist party of America. Not elected anyone to any office in the country. How far they've moved the ball. For that reason that I think the libertarian party deserves your support. And I know some of you guys are totally supportive of the party. But I think all of you should be to some extent and beating this poor since about late nineties. I understand your criticism. Like, I said, I think they're very valid. And the other thing I wanted to mention if you don't mind real quick. Ron Paul's website today, they had an article by Adam dick. Paul. Liberty report about the Free State project jumps the shark. And I'd love to hear you guys. Maybe read that tomorrow or later and comment on f check that out. I'll take a look at that and uppity slave. I want to remind you that I'm a life member of the Liber -tarian party. The one that generally will give the L P a little bit of grief. Yeah. But that's because he's he's been a member of the state party, right? For a while. He was a life member of the national party, he wound up giving up his life membership when they wound up giving the two thousand eight nomination to Bob Barr and Wayne root. So I understand.
"adam dick" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Five four five zero three seven three three in studio tonight head sterile and Chris. And of course, you can also join us on the discord at call in lines over at discord dot L, R, N dot FM, or maybe you just want to interact with others and watch what's happening because people do that. We we've got to webcams that show the host or one of the host. And then we've also got a webcam that sometimes shows the studio dog jazzy jazzy the studio based who is probably laying in her mypillow bed right now is she behind me because I can't see behind me. No dog no dog no dog. Did you might be saying a couple of hosted an empty dog bed, but you can find that. Over at twitch dot L, R, N dot FM. And it's not just free talk live. There are other shows that go out from these studios onto the twitch, including the twitch only freer talk live. Yes. Which have happened a handful of times again, you can find all of that over at twitch dot L R N dot FM before we get back into the article here from reason about well how it's not really innocent until proven guilty. If you're poor. Let's go to the phones. We've got somebody calling themselves. Uppity slave calling in. You're on free. Talk live. Go ahead with their thoughts. Guys. Cellphone apologize. If it's bad. I just wanted to say about the libertarian party. Often. Here's so many guys kind of getting down on him a little bit. And I totally. I understand your criticisms. And I think oftentimes you're spot on. But I want to tell you something that. The president of our local party. He was he was talking to us all and he said, you know, the socialist party of America. They've not elected anyone to any office in the country. Are they moved the ball? For that reason. I think libertarian party deserves your support you guys are totally supportive of the party. But I think all of us should be to some extent. I think beating this store since about late nineties, and I understand your criticism. And like, I said, I think they're very valid and the other thing I wanted to mention if you don't mind real quick now. Go ahead. On Ron Paul's website today, they had an article by Adam dick, that's Ron Paul. Liberty report about the Free State project jumps the shark. And I'd love to hear you guys. Maybe read that tomorrow or later and comment on it. Check that out. I'll take a look at that and uppity slave. I want to remind you that I'm a life member of the libertarian party. Ends the one that generally will give the L P a little bit of grief here. But that's because he's he's been a member of the state party right for a while. He was a life member of the national party, he wound up giving up his life membership when they wound up giving the two thousand eight nomination to Bob Barr and Wayne root. So I can certainly understand somebody say I came close myself, but. We all just keep on. Yup. Yeah. I I wish the libertarians good luck. And I I'm not a member just because I don't believe in political parties. So again, this is coming from a guy who spent thirty years. To do they believe in me does the libertarians believe in me now, I can I can support them in all sorts of ways. But that doesn't mean I have to join I've just never found any group that nails every one of my beliefs. Exactly. And that's what I feel. It should do. If I am going to join something. I'm a party of one uppity slaves. Thank you for the. I'll definitely check out that article. I heard somebody mentioned something about somebody having posted an article saying that the Free State project jump the shark, but they didn't really have any details about what was in the article. We'll take him on top of the hour. And maybe maybe we'll discuss it. Maybe not depending on what's in there. And of course, your calls and thoughts. Welcome eight fifty five four fifty free. That's eight five five four five zero three seven three three. And of course, the discord Colin lines over at discord dot L, R, N dot F M. So let's actually get back into the reason article about the cash bell system, and how really in this injustice system that we have you're really only innocent until proven guilty. If you have the money to wind up getting out of jail before your court date. Correct. And we've been talking about some reforms is starting to pop up. We just spoke about case in in Atlanta where a man homeless spent three months in jail because he couldn't afford two hundred bucks for bail. And they've done some changes to the municipal court system cutting out cash bond requirements for certain low level crimes now. Philadelphia district attorney Larry. Crasner voted into office in November twenty seventeen on criminal Justice reform platform announced in February that prosecutors there would stop asking for cash bail for certain low level offenses Philly city council also passed a resolution asking.
"adam dick" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Now, they bring three receivers into the game with Miller Gabriel in Robinson Trubisky out of the gun with polling to these. Right. I intend Chicago the is to Cohen calling hit. He gets to the thirty nine yard line stretches close to the forty devan Canard made the stop. Will see a lot of read option from Chicago. That's what they ran right there to Bisky gave it to him picked up two on the play. Second and eight bears. Go straight to the line to pick up the pace here. Trubisky out of the gun on second down at eight bears from their own thirty nine yard line. Opening possession of the game. You Soldier Field. The best means in. He's got the football watch the throne. Doug over the middle caught crossed the forty five. It is Anthony Miller who is drilled as he gets to the forty six yard line going to be about a yard shy of the first down. It'll bring up a third one. Is he picked up seven. Dan, like, you say right back to the line of scrimmage to keep us from making substitutes on third and one it is Trubisky complete Burton with it into lions territory. Sean shed takes him down at the forty six yard line. So third one they allow Trubisky to throw it and he completes it to his tight end. Burton's been a terrific ad after coming over from Philadelphia and this heart make an adjustment. When the office is going as fast as they're on. Those guys are really have to be disciplined on defense from the lions forty six yard line. Now, I intend Chicago Trubisky out of the gun to his right? Three receivers. Bunch to the left side the tight end Burton to the right? Trubisky. He's got it wants thrown. Looks looks pocket. Hold complete two colon Bobbitt pulled it in down around the thirty eight yard line Rover Quinn with the stop. Picked up eight on the play. It's going to be second down in two right now. This offense is Hamad. And then this always harder when you're trying to throw to the sidelines. That's why you see a lot of not too busy passes going across the middle. Right now. It's great to the line. Go the bears to Bisky a couple of steps towards the line calls out the signals. Now he backs up. He's got Cohen to Trubisky on second down wants to throw again does over the middle. It is at his Robinson at the twenty Robinson fifteen ten at the five dives for the end zone. Did he get in? We're going to say he was out of bounds at the one yard line. Aim for the right corner. Couldn't get inside the pilot of here. Come the bears. They're to go straight to the line on first and goal. They marketed the three they give it to Cohen runs left. Touchdown. The big play. They're never a couple of all that drive. Was that road Robinson Sean shut at a chance? Adam dick, Baker tackle. And it turned into a big game thirty five yards and all that throw to Roberson reset pressure. We blitzed Kristen dolls. He wasn't able to get to Trubisky. And you're right. What's Alan gathered in this hands? He was able to make a big play with it. And then just a simple hand off to get them seven points. Dan. The office is looking good. They got a nice temple going right now. That's keeping the lions preventing the lions from changing their personnel. Cody Parker for the extra point. Go ahead. Somebody was worried about the long snapper down there. I've got the go-ahead yet. Don't know what they are waiting on you go ahead as to whether or not it was a touchdown to come from upstairs. Once it is they can proceed with the extra point. As such downs. Good. Here comes the extra point attempt by the bears. Play dry allows them to find the end zone. Very impressive right off the bat by Chicago Parker with the extra point. It is up off the upright. No good. So Cody Parker comes up empty banged it off the right or excuse me, left up light. And the bear settled for six. Impressive opening drive. They lead it by a score of six nothing. Eleven twenty two to go here in the first. This is lions radio catch inside.
"adam dick" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Donald. Oh, I love when I get home. I'm like, oh, I need to go eat out. It's not. It's not the last thing. Not the top thing. I'm thinking about nine. Yeah. I mean, he's always talking about hoping trying to get an extra lunch out of. Yes. But I'm saying, I don't go home. And thank when I get home. I have all these other things I'm thinking about I'm like, oh, what am I gonna? Every y'all do y'all. I'm going to ask for one more lunch. I think that that was a blatant lie. What you just said you do your top priority foods, not I said me asking for another launch is not my top priority. Because you talk about it a lot. I like socializing going allots one of the number one things you get mad. When people say I am not going to go to lunch because I'm not hungry. You're like, well, you just go to socialize. Yeah. I big on social life. If I if I've already eaten one, social I'll go I'm not saying make it for you said might have a different lifestyle than you. I do budget. I go to the grocery store and save tons of money on the sales and stock up at certain things. I'm like that all as I am saying is an extra week and was turned into like, I don't like eating. Misrepresented me. This is fake news. I think you should be honored that we're going to watch. I like going lunch with you guys never happened. So. I went yesterday with Jason does coupon at that. I give to every time. Do you have any rules? Jason your house. List rules for I bet you have rules for Carol known your personality type, I think we have an understanding with each other. We don't have a list of rules whatsoever. Would you do you wish Carol would stop spending so much money? Yes. Okay. But you're not willing dictator. She's has to agree to it. Adam dick box, I safely stop spending. She doesn't listen, right? But we don't have a list of rules or I don't have a list of rules for her. I think there's an understanding of like, hey, you know, we just have an understanding we begin rent together for eighty years. You know, each other at the outspending that she's not going to so well, I think it tones down a little bit for a little bit. Has his desired result for a little bit? The only rule my husband, and I have well he has for me. I don't have any rules for him. He can do it. Every once I I noticed that Ben. And he doesn't take advantage of whatever you want. Yeah. He's just like, our whatever. What would you do say? Well, back from in town what immediately played five. Football..
"adam dick" Discussed on WNVZ Z104
"Obvious guarded by the way the alsgaard in restaurants saw this on twitter and these are they know about and they said the are sending her a gift we didn't know the gift is but it's probably like free bread sticks for life sanity awesome anyways so what we wanted to know this morning because libya guard this kind of a silly name we wanna know this morning text us your answers to seven five seven one of war what is the craziest or silliest real name of somebody that you know like you work with a guy or your next door neighbour has this name and and we want to know what it is now we ought to be able to read it on the air yes us at don't make up fake names facebook these people right yeah wilmslow cherry area ashley a fat cheque but what is the crazy his or silliest real name of somebody and then tell us how you know them i wish i could say mind that uh you can say it it it is it last name yes it is a stored with that named here right now how do you noticed guy highschool okay and his name is adam dick off and he would say if dig must now that that day is an age in there but nobody pronounces the adam dickov is this look if if you isn't a arab sorry no no i'm that you shouldn't if you're proud of the whole race i think about it he did legally allies on facebook out oh wow but you will always be the offer so give us are simply as a kind of a silly name what is it and we would like to know textile and to and how do you know them text that to seven five seven 104 and we come back we'll have your top ten answers knacks.
"adam dick" Discussed on Radio America
"Tell me how unbelievably ron am and be great yeah why not why would need you know i win a why when they do it but that's it wasn't a stolen seat they don't they don't they're not required to rubber stamp somebody and that's what they're talking about their throwing fits because they're mad that there was a rubber stamp this this is the same party that bore people yes know raul report break led by teddy kennedy and former _v_p joe biden babe went out to ruin his reputation and in pm his character totally and that's a complete rape that's what they went it they couldn't they didn't want to dispute simply over over politics over policy they wanted they wanted to go adam dick and ed didn't simply because he was in a democrat they did the same thing with miguel estrada and the exact same thing with and then it they had the audacity two claim that some of how this see it was a stolen see i don't know what i'm more aggravated about the political correctness the sharks to try to invoke political correct can drums already absolute a literacy it's been demonstrated by members of congress are just bringing in helping to bring all of this on i don't i don't know but it's really it's i'm on the yeah rush and just about had it now there was one executive order it's some of the several that had been and i've been put up there there was one executive order.